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OLUME IV.
SANDPOINT, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MAY ao, 1uo_>.
NUMBER 8.
SOCIETY CARDS
"LMET LODGE. NO. 32, K. OK P.
Dmu Thursday evening of each
>lc at K. of P. hall. A. Ë. Franklin. C. (J. ;
L McCall K. of H. A B.
DEPENDENT ORDER ODD FELLoW.S
Sand point Lodge No. 59. Meets Tuesday
n i DK of each week at K. of P. Hall. R. L.
\m&. N. G. ; P. H. Moran. U. 6.
yVAL TENT NO. 28, K. O. T. M.
Monday evening of each week at
of P.tiall, W. P. Whitaker, (Jom.; J. 11.
rtln. K. K.
ZPAH HIVE, NO. 15. L. O. T. M.
Meets Friday evening of each week at
>f P halt. Jennie Workman, Com.; Pellu
tlgg*.K.K.
DERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Sandpoint Camp No. 7191. Meets Satur
evenlng of each week at K. ot P. hall.
. Moran. V. C. ; C. B. Foss, Clerk.
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RESIDE CAMP NO. 2373, R. N. A.
Meets Wednesday evenings at Pytlilan
!. Mrs. Sara A. Perkins, Oracle; Mrs. Em
Walrad. Recorder.
)PE LODGE NO. 35. I. O. O. F.. HOPE.
Idaho, meets at Wrnienntker's hall on
diiesday ovening of each week. Visiting
mbers cordially Invited. J. A. Carnegie,
G. ; E. A. Craadall. Sec.
VVTON POST NO. 29. G. A. R.. RATH
drutn. Idatio—Meet* second Saturday of
h month at Hart's hall. Ail comrades of
G. A. K. are cordially invited to meet
4 us. John U. Wilson, Commander; John
us. Adjutant.
Church Servie«.
E. CHURCH-MORNING SERVICE AT
clock; evening service, 7:30o'clock. Sun
School at 10 a. m. Epworth League, 7:00
. Prayer meeting Thursday uvenlng at
uadock. J. V. KEED. Pastor.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
►HN A. STEINLEIN,
ATTORNEY AND.
CO UNSELOR-AT-L A W.
SANDPOINT, IDAHO.
*ntlon given to collection*.
«TER JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
SANDPOINT, IDAHO.
MAS. L. HEITMAN
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
RATHDRUM, IDAHO
O. F. PAGE
[1Y.SICIAN AND SURGEON
SANDPOINT, IDAHO
*u at Foss' Drusstore..
IAS. S. MOODY, M. D.,
SAND POINT, IDAHO.
beial Attention given to Surgery and Dis
Ls«s of Woman.
le one door south of Lcland's Rakery.
NTISTRY.
In All of Its Latest Branches by
DR. J. B. BUCHANAN
Examination Free
SDPOINT.
- IDAHO
IRA JOHNSON,
BRICKLAYER,
Hope, - - Idaho
Imates fhrnlshed for all kinds of work.
RE INSURANCE....
W. E. HUTCHINSON,
Sand Point,
I Ag«nt for ehe QUEEN loturance Co, of
Bw Tork. and the ROYAL tnsurunee Co.
Grvrpool, England.
Idaho.
VIL ENGINEERS
Sand Point. - Idaho :
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J. K. ASHLEY,
WILUAM ASHLEY, Jr.
Kathdrum, -
Idalio
tola* Claim». Homesteads. Etc., accarsle
urrejrpd. and drangbtlng neatijr executed.
E OLESON.
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ILDING CONTRACTOR.
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SlSh. (loarc lloaUlanc and,
ill Kills of nSSha Ma- :
tertal m
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celsior Deafening Felt for House
SANDPOINT,IDAH02
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Contractor Travis has J. R. Law's
new dwelling well under way.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley spent
several days at Spokane this week.
A.. H. Cruse came up from Spokane
Tuesday for a two week's visit with
his folks here.
Ladies, come and see my new
hats, trimmed and untrimmed. Mrs.
C. D. Gillelt.
Dr. O. F. Page is instructing the
band boys and they arc doing some
good practice work.
W. F. Whitaker and Harry Baldwin
were among the Sandpoint visitors to
Spokane Thursday.
Do not forget the school election
Monday. It is your duty to Interest
yourself in this matter.
Organiser Wolfe, of the Foresters of
America, is herc-for the purpose of re
organizing the Court at this place.
Mrs. C. E. Redman, who was the
guest of Mrs. L. D. Farmin for about
ten days, returned to her home at
Butte Wednesday.
Dr. Moody returned the first of this
week from a trip to Spokane, bringing
back with him his son who had been
attending school there.
Sponges; large assortment of fancy
bleached sponges, large size at 25 and
40 cents; they are nice ones. 'At the
drug store. Chas. R. Foss.
The Humbird Lumber company's
saw mill has been running full capac
ity since Wednesday. The shingle
mill will be started Monday.
Sandpoint real estate men say that
the brisk demand for residence prop
erty not only continues, but Inquiries
for business locations are Increasing.
The Ladies Church Aid Society will
meet at the residence of Mrs. Hun
singer next Thursday. The ladies of
Sandpoint are cordially Invited.
It is reported that high water mark
of last year has already been reached.
The water in the lake is still rising
and is certain to go much higher.
Do you smoke? I have the largest
and best assortment of fancy high
grade Key West and domestic cigars
in Sandpoint at the drug store. Chas.
R. Foss.
The Republican was in error last
week in stating that "William Hous
ton" had sustained a broken hand.
It was William Ross who suffered the
injury.
Ignatz Weil was at the county seat
Thursday on business connected with
the final settlement of the estate of
W. A. Smith, deceased, for which he
is administrator.
O. L. Peavey lias atwut completed
his contract of 15 cottages for the
Humbird Lumber combany. This
makes a total of 45 cottages built by
him for the company.
Mrs. C. D. Gillett and her sister.
Miss Minnie Woodbridge, returned
Wednesday from a week's visit with
their brothers, H. B. aud E. W.
Woodbridge, at Spokane.
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The revenue tax on mining stock
certificates, which has been in force
several years, was by an act of con
gress repealed on April 12. and takes
effect on and after July 1st of this |
year.
For a stiff neck there is nothing
0
better than a free application of
Chamberlain's I'ain Balm. It quick- j
ly relieves the stiffness and soreness
effecting a rompietc cure. For sale
by C. B. Foss.
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While going to the spring after a
bucket of water Tuesday. Mrs. Eri
wards, aged fi-5, fell and sustained a
broken left arm just above tlie ellrow.
The arm was set by Dr. Moody and
the patient is doing nicely.
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William Sisson, who conducts a log
ging camp near G reenough for the
: Humbird Lumber company, had a
valuable horse killed on tbe (».
1 track about one mile below town 1
Thursday. He valued tbe animal at
« 2 «*.
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The rails have been laid on
Great Northern spur, which will cou -1
nect witli the Northern Pacific at a
the Humbird Lumber
point near
company'* mills, and the piling for the
bridge acros* Sand creek is on the
i ground.
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William Ashley. Jr., former county
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surveyor, passed through here Mon
: day t,D hts wa> fn L " r,ed ^ ,4> f1n H " n c
He
i road surveying for the county.
i will return to this place in a few day* ;
i to do some work on a re-survev of
i Ignatz Weil thiä week srdd to Mr.
1 E E. Brav of IVashurg. M ash., a 2u
Weih addition.
foot lot fronting on Past side of First j
street, opposite the Republican office, I
for a consideration of $40<». Mrs •
, „ ' i t '
Rray Intends embarking in the nulli- !
nery and ladies' furnishing goods bus- f
iness here.
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Miss Clara Svdow, one of the teach
ers in the Rathdrum public seht Mil i
which closed Wednesday, came up this !
morning to spend a few hours with :
Miss lluey. Miss Sydow left on the ,
iitxiu train for Missoula, where site ex
pects to attend a summer term ofj]|opc
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While at work on the streets yester
day afternoon Henry Mitchell severe- ;
ly.cut his left foot with an axe, cut-iand
ting off the second too and nearly sev- ;
ering the big one. Dr. Moodv dressed
school.
the wound, which was so severe and
painful that the patient had to be i
taken to his home on a stretcher.
If you eat candy you want the best.
1 have secured
point for Die celebrated Palm cnndi.-s
Positively the best candies in the
northwest. Try them. At tlie drug
store. Chas. R. Foss.
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t lie agency in Saild
Butler & Culver had some import
ant changes made in the interior of ;
t heir store building t lii* week, prepar- '
atory to enlarging tlieir stock in the]
line of gents' furnishing goods, boots
and shoes. The capacity of t he sli-lv-J
ingroom has been greatly Increased'
on one side of t.he store and new clou- j
ble tiers of shelves have been placed
in the center of tin* store half the
length of the building.
Tom Cleland, who until rccetitlvi.
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had been conducting a saloon at the;
Great Northern depot, was last Friday
arrested on the charge of selling liq
uor without a license. Tin; hearing! 1 ,
was had before Judge Steinlein Satur-;
day and resulted in the defendant 's !
dismissal. Attorney Johnson appeared |
for Cleland. Mr. Cleiand s sal.. j
was recently pin *ed in the $50.) a year 1
license class liv the eominissioners.
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He considered this ton high for his hi j
cation, and the saloon lias been dosed
since the last year's license expired.
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DEPARTED. !
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IN HONOR OF Till:
Memorial E sereine« t«» lie Carrleif Out In
8an«i|»<>ltil Today.
The public meeting called for Mon
day evening at tlie M. E. church, to
arrange for the appropriate observance
or Memorial day in Sandnomi. was
well attended and all arrangements j
were perfected for a program which I
will be carried out this afternoon. In-,
vi tat ions have b-en issued lotheii.
A. R. imm, members of Du* W. R. c.
aud others from neigiiitoiing towns b.
mitleipate it. tlu exercises here, and
a liberal response to thi-se invitations
is ant ici [>ated.
During t iie t ini"of tlteexercises this !
afternoon all of I lie p.in.ipal business !
places in town will b closed, and the |
people will unite in d< big lion u* to th ■
memory of departed ones. At this : .
time the i rospects for a su**i e.^sfu! ap- j
propriate observance are very good.!.,
The following p »gra;u will be render
ed at the iv. of P. Hall:
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Prayer
by the drehest, a '
Mrs. O. i>. <j>i
Ui** Mlss' b ! ,m
Music.
Reading
Duet .
Piano Solo
A*i d res«
M :ss .1rs ■ Murray
Hon. Ilarry Ki senh:,upi
Mrs '.ris. .;
i,y the orchestra
. Harry Cali 1
\Wv. .1. < mi S
si,,'*
Music
It
K'o'li iiliun
Song
Musi,
i., ■
which does not appr»ar on tlie al, \>
program, will be marching l<> the t \ ,
etery to tlie t ; me "f life and drum and
decorating the grave* of loved out -
who have crossed over ti e divide.
i*':.ig Driil
A loading feat ure of the i xer ...
:
large nuoil«*r <>f <■. A. R. men and
members of tue various fraternal or
ganizations are cxpvted to be in line.
The address bv Mr. Rosenhaugiit ".11
a feature tliat will interest uli. per- ;
He is an el
ticulariy the oj,t soldiers.
Mjurnt and forcible speaker.
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Jude« nrv»ri«l In hh
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In the supreme court "f Idaho last •
Friday a (ic,u w. s liaiid d io-vu ;
tin* **f J«— pii W, Child«, n.p.nd*
ent. t>. W. F. Miarai. ap| Bant, an
appeal fnrm tbe district ■ i of i !•;.*
judgment for the
h> tLe^ower <
county, wi, - in
plaintiff, re., c r- i
v, a» r*. > er >, d.
,urt.
and
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The opinion of'tire tupreme court
by Justice >;iHivan. <*. J. Qua:!' * and
J. Mocksiager concurring, is a h»i.gth
i one. and ends wifli the following cm;
.
; chislon* of law sjllahus by the emit :
"Right of May f or DiU'h >*.'U! r .'*
on Public Land.— fl lie re a eitzi *i » ,
lies upou a t>art of tlie uusuneyed
public. Und of the United Statt -
tws peace.-ibk* p»«-«c*si*,n there f.
j constructs a ditch amt
I «cures the light- of u iy
• though •'»•■eh 1 » n I wli *n Mirv ied i* ;
i t ' > 1111*1 to 1 ., wit ion the grant to the
! \h.nheni l'i -iii,- ttadroad immuinv.
f "•Tit!.* i., iti • .t of Way.
<-h^er of land'from a mU'mvri cumpa- ;
n\ does not. t.h<*retiv a -quire title to a
dlt.h v. ni, i, w a. , prior ic s
i the survey of sitcli laud,
!
■s the sa tue, lu* :
there tor. al
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The pur
The action "as comm need in the
: district court by Joseph W. Childs, to |
, quiet title to a certain water right on ,
pi,- - m land a short disianc.*
ofj]|opc
! constructed at a cost of #suu was
claimed by W . F. Sbarai under a prior
; right, he having *"U led upon t he land
cut-iand improved tin* water ruiil when "
; the laud was v.*( a part of lie* unsni- "
vexed public ddiiain. After tin» gov- :
■its, of I
'I it it* to tin* w'atcr and u ditch
[eminent survey the land "as found to
i lx* embraced in a.Id mimbere I sec
ti«ui, thus becoming railroad land
under the grant by congress, and I
j Chili!* s.bsqu.ntly purchased the!
: same from t tic Northern I'acirte Rail i
wav t*oi, panv. ..strict court j r
rei.de. d im.gmcnt in favor of t be !
j plaint I if. '.V new trial was domed and
! >1, ira! apt* ,i d to tie* sup. mm* cm. :
Ous. I,.
licit man
; me att.,.rn«-v f ,
' siiar.ii. and
Rathdrum. is alt* -n.*y for i, -p-mdent,.
ji,,.,.ph ' ri.ii.l;
com *t awatds costs to appeilatU.
f liathdrum, is
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appi
Edwin
McB'*e,
also
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supreme
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Mcrlcy.
M : »sM. Ena Mori,*.., late of Flint.
were married in Spokane last
Alfred H. Derr of Clark Fork, and I
Mi cl
ev -iiiug by E A. R
Sal uni
ijum
I H known and ;
ha*, re-; *
I bel t.
lie gr mm is a *>
j prominent young farmer who
! sided in the n i.'iiii i , of < .
bride came from j
1 , 1 ! 111 '
Mir|,i '' m ^' vral ' no " th * a "°
! ,h,rin » i ' ll " « Jast Wim " r " ;,s
| al "' a 11 ■' " ' h ' l ' t lark _ K* *rk |
j <,lMn, ' u " ' '' v,!,1| ims!c d
1 ,a<ly ,,uri,ltf '"' r h,u r r ' 'I
;
; hiii}*
pr-r- :
i Idaho i
made many fi iends.
Rcpitblicati in v
who I
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n t he
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1 lift Im pp\ ( I ui pie long life
Mr. and Mrs. D**rr will make 1
and
I peril>
r |.;i , i in-1;,
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future home
! " I i i C 1 lv* ! 11 IK .. ; 1 > I p •>( s vain.
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property inter
Ni:w Mil.I* HIM IS I.A(Niili:i>
llnheft MUlerof H pokane hassolda
lllllf intert . g , Jn 22,000acres of timber
j tl)( ,
I , n dhdrum. to.l. g.
y Vit<( . |U; , \ Vi ,
t>n , Iiail . wrl „,* the ,
. (] , :|! W;1S ,, ir ,
at i.*„.,l I..vest me.it
& TruM Spokane,
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! i t (
! (| ,,,!* , 1;m
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\> ill Cul «^tOOO.OOO l * vt «1
Kt«t Ittiruui.
• t I.uidIbt N*'t

'I in' nr* o*i • *
a in wspa
tint wr* I -I ve about
mu "* i i .loom
* oe i oO,MV r Imnber on the » riel
'.o'" i" r oi i.i o h I o.i I m ii.iii.
■i*i, lt ... t .,k„ i,, O, I, .» vi t h I hi,. « iter ;
1 **' na »' in n * i.un ion wan r i
>t 'Iwin lakn
Si riivii, P r
a,l '* *'• y '* i
i d Mai ble
sol the timber land
< ntcied Into pari nersliip and :
friiilCat CaHsp'4 aid-1
if the Fish
M a oui act u ring
Mr. < 'iia.sesaid t
upany.
per man Tuc>d,iy:
•■o'
* est
ff thu avaiia-1
i lakes. This
1 rlgliis, taking in most
I ble water front on In
' wll! M'ort Iv be pia *> (I Oil Dli*
m irki't I
tor summer cot lag,* sil- s. We also
liav* eon i i«*rabl * land cro, *d by tlie |
fjjj.q, . s ,,f tile Sp 'kill * V.llley Lind &
.
" b r company. I Ills land is sulla
bl** for Hgriculrural pnrfHisis.
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I» r day.
iperiit* I at t'aiispe)
rt the mill at < 'al- !
e expect I
ispel siding this wer k. W* shall erri
5 men. Tire cutting
and iiauiiug of tue logs will be l»*t by
rom 12
The mill
" a eap.T'ity of
: contract.
■trim 2o,
The mill "HI he
to .;oo ." f.,,
CKXI
tfdiatidy sur- !
v t:< n it "ill
sttore of one of the 1
i*r
ui
be mov' d nea
t
;
Qbaldv.
akes. The
- il»- fr !n trails at 1h * mill, ha« beeil
:outrACtod to S;
fc*i Ljjls s *li.
put
»f jfotxi
if* men.
*Th : timber i* jelluw pin#»
It j t i><* int • tit ion of. the
is « riiiii.n.
ill a complete
r the manufac
• \\> m i workin
i turc of wood
mhü* Irv.
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I>f d !*i Tliitt Frarlloti«r*
Mu*' Soft<1
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'he supreme
Idiiy of the
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* dlsp'tsed '-! in the opn. m
A down today.
T;,.- <*;i*., i* ,.n ■ of import a nee ir; nil
in denyin r Du
writ, tlie court goes at considerable
:■ .thin, the < "Ustitnti'ii.i! points
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■■ Judt of the second di
for a writ of habeas corp -
refused. He then applied
.and this hi
to t
■ 11 -
l > 1 he su pc,
cat
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|k.i'.»
th
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; authorizing the governor to appoint
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s '"' u w* 1 « 1 "'Llioul the concurrence
: raised by cotin. e!W for the petitioner,
is
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They are for most part disposed of
v parately. The court hold* that a
legislative enactment providing for a
state board or medical examiners and
of the senate does not contravene sec
tion 1 ot article 2, nor doe* section rt of
| ,rtl "lo 4 of the constitution of Idaho.
, * * ie court sa.\s:
*PPO*n»tnent or election is not Other
w ' st> provid e! tor by law. But in the
,li 1 111 V*csMon Die legislature has
" ! ided. h* H has the power todnwri
" pr Du* constitution, for the appoint
: mrM,t l< > 1 i' - koycriva*. 1 lie manner
provided in said medical bill for the
••Section ri, article 4, supra, points
out the manner of niiirig offices whose
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»'PPoint m *nt ot t lie hoard does not de
prive the legislat ive of the power of
impeachment. "
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! Don, nor the rule of "equality he fore
t; ''' 1:,w '. 111,(1 'low not «rant «pedal
: lu *»*'*} (tes - hut
enactment Is a valid exercise of the
The court also holds the act of
March 4. lSii'.i, docs not violate the
proper police power of the state.
Jo One point was raised that the court
i intimât' s might In* well taken, but
which, however, it. holds lias no bear
ing on the crsc. It was coni ended Die
I act was un "list it ut ional because it
made t.'iiin* sc Ineligible to practice
medicine and that, therefore, it was
! in violation of the const itutlon and In
1 contravention of existing treaties,
The petitioner was not a Chinese, and
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; as ,,R ' A ction relating tliercto might
* M ' v "' ( * "ithout affecting t he remaind
er ot the act. the supreme court dis
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; misses tlie point with abrlofstate
ment.
Supremo Court Unit t In l r «vor of the
rfU'lltrv.
m
Boise, May 2'.l. The supreme court
ll is decided a case of special interest to
: fraternal orders. It Is ent It lcd Cour
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Kootenai
i recover
husband, v> sus Ancient Order of Bed
appellants, from
jeounty. Suit was brought t
' ê.'.iMK' t he amount of Insurance in l Ids
order by Maurice Dobbins, deceased,
who was a member of Clark Fork
1 dye No. 2. Courtie Dell Reed, a sis
-^.1 *rnf tlie deeeasi d, was a I«*:r.-t**'iary
mined in tlie ixiilcy. In the lower
ciiiit judgment was obtained against
the order. Tilg supreme court affirms
it. The court says:
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tone- ii uiiiiiic or treuelielary after
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trie death of the assured the proceeds .
. . , , ,
llf ;U1 assessm<*tit, less costs and ex
r .
pense of collection, not, to exceed In
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i amount a certain sum. Here the
stipulation Is tliat the appellant will
,
pay out of tin* mortuary fund tire
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amount of one assessment not to ex
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i he supreme court quotes at lengt h
fro,,, the lodge constitution, and ar
i "A tter referring to a numtier of au
tliorlties cited tiy tin* appellant,, wc
bave carefully examined eaeli of tlie
derisions i iti d and Und tliat none of
tli *ui are in point. Tlie certificate
sued on in this ease Is entirely differ
:
eiied. »
lent from those involved in the eases
'1 ii tin* eases cited the respective
tieneiit association» undertook to
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misât the conclusion that the Meere
I tan of Hie sip ordinate lodge was tlie
I special agent of the supreme lodge for
'the collection and forwarding of its
f the money collected, and
tliat the member who make* pay
ments required to the secretary can
, jl)t tK , responsible for tlie latter's
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'allure to pe rform his duty.
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mimt itum* vhom katiidri,' w
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Faithful l(«-«'<irrl of Ihf at
th«* County «oat.
Mrs. K. Se »U nt Spokane in visiting
with relativen here thin week.
T H. Brundage left for Payette,
Id ih i, tbl* we<*k to Im.* absent about a |
month.
Miss Lucy Ashley of Ilofie Is here
vldtlng with lier brother, William
As
y.
'ir*. Henry '!'»Idcr of Bonner* Ferry
is taking an outing on Twin lakes at
. tlie Melder ranch.
Mr
John Stark is here from Spo
visirieg f, r a few days with
if
k*in<
iier is^T M s. L*mis ChamWanl.
Tin* pu title s'dioid epsed Wednesday
wiu. appropriate • xcrcises, a very in
. t resting program trcuig rendered.
Barrett and wife moved to
Reardon, Wash., Monday. Mr. Bar
r ctt ht\lug purchased a farm there.
who have been visiting in Rathdrum
the past two weeks have gone to
Priest River to remain indefinitely.
A. L
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J. 11. Johnston and wife of Granite,
Robert Dyer came home from the
Fulouse country, where be has been
engaged at carpenter work for the
past month, to spend Decoration day.
The cemetery grounds are now en
closed by a good and substantial fence,
and have otherwise been greatly Im
proved under the supervision of Loula
Eilert.
R. E. McFarland of Lewiston Is per
fecting an appeal in behalf of hit
client \V. II. Wiiheluibusse, who wm
convicted in the district court at
Rathdrum for killing Judge Brady.
A young man, whose name we were
unable to learn, t ried to catch a ride
on a westbound freight Tuesday and
fell under the wheels, smashing the
toes of one finit very hadly. He was
taken to the hospital.
The social to he given hy the Rath
hone Sisters June ,5 at K. of P. hall,
is an unique affair. An admission
fee will lie charged according to
height 3 cents tier foot. An Inter
esting program will be rendered.
Several K. of P.'s came over from
Post Falls Tuesday evening to attend
a regular meeting of the lodge, bring
ing with them a candidate for the
third degree. The local lodge also
had a candidate for the same degree.
A Jolly time was had by all present.
C. L. Boynton of Rathdrum and
Ellen M. Noble of Weatherford,
Texas, were married at the Hotel
Pedlcord in Spokane Monday evening,
Rev. A. It. Lambert officiating. Mr.
Boynton Is otic of the prominent
fanners living on Rathdrum prairie.
Miss Clara Sydow left for Missoula,
Mont., Friday morning, where she
will attend a summer scIiimiI. Miss
Sydow 1ms Just tiuished a very success
ful school year In Rathdrum, where
she tins made many warm friends.
We understand that Miss Svdow in
tends to return here in September to
again resume charge of the Intermed
iate department of our public school.
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Tlu; commencement exercises at til«
court house Tlmrsday evening wele
highly successful. The efforts of tire
j graduating class, composed of Miss
Minnie Cook. Minnie Waddcl and lloy
Ratio, were highly commendable, and
elicited tin* iramirnMon of the large
crowd present. There was a largo
and beautiful display of flower* and
each graduate was tiie recipient of a
magnificent floral offering. The court
room was tilled to overflowing, stand
ing room being at a premium.
Dlitrirt C'ourl Not««.
Teresa Carroll and J. W. M i !;!n
tosii, both natives of Great Bril lu,
and Alfred Carlson, a native of Sweu *n,
were admitted to citizenship.
In the ease of Pal ton Hampton vs.
Emma Patton Connolly, et al, Mie de
mtirrer to pblnUffs complaint whs
overruled and defendant given uu.ll
May 2« to answer.
Case of Solomon & Co. vs. Klbstcln,
was continued for i iie term.
Tlie cas** of ('ameron Lumber Co. v*.
. , __
Judson Nan Kuren, et ai, came on for
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trial May 24 aud took up the attention »
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of the Court for two d.»>H, wliell tile
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(xairl bKik til« matter under advise
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In the i'll*.*» of Kooteftai county vs*. *
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Dittemore et al. I ticker and s.ssuu,
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I the demurrer to plaintiff s complaint
In inch case was taken under advise
h lm .„, by the court,
J() th# ^ of Jatne!< Tymn et ^
vs. Robert Nell «t ai, the motion to
strike plnintiffs' reply from the flies
wa* denied, the demurrer to plaintiffs'
complaint was overruled, tin* défend
ent s' motion that- judgment be en
tered against plaintiff* was denied,
aud the ease was set for trial Monday,
June 2. Tlie case will tie tried by a
Jury, for which u special venire has
been Issued.
The ease of G. II. Ilurnier vs. Anna
Manner for divorce was tried and was
taken under advisement by the court.
Tlie case of the state vs. the town
of Harrison wa* ordered dismissed as
w
at
per stipulation.
In the case of Peter Liivlftlrom vs.
a | Hot»» Lumber Co. the demurrer to
to answer.
amended complaint wa» overruled and
defendant given until June 3 in which
<Jiad la Haar It«
A Salt Like real ootate man writing
to an Idaho friend says:
tlemen in Utah" were in a position to
drift around ttic country as I do, you
would conclude that all the world waa
going to Id»l>o tills year. In all 107
25 years' experience in paeseuger work
die lias also been a railroad man) I
never saw tlie ilk" <>f It."
at
If you geu
in
to
to
I'rcobytoriau Hmico*.
Rev. D. O. GUormky, D. D., ay nodi
cal missionary of tlie Presbyterian
church for Washington and northern
Idaho, will preach in Pythian hall,
Sandpoint, on Babbath, June 8th, at
11 O'clock a. m., and 8 o'clock p. id.
All are cordially invited to attend
these services. Bring »inging hoofca,

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