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warrant for the amount of said toil. Ul ,i at. this time the board ad jnurncfl to meet Saturday the 4th <lav o'. July« at 3 "'clock, a. m. N. G. SISSON, Chairman. Attest. J xo . C. Callahan, Clerk. Ijv A. Cook, Deputy. l.OOAl. IlltlOVlTIKk. ,1 L. Kulil of Athol was trahsact i h town on Wednesday, f Algnnia was trans tiefore the commis ipu bus 11 less m T. 1*. f'raig <> business it acting sinners Thursday. A marriage license was Issued on Monday to Fred Nelson and Emma Man well, both of Spokane. Mr. R. F. Dyer of Spokane arrived and will spend a few here yesterday isiting relatives and friends. days v and Mrs. Halley, and Mrs. S. L. ;li( > visiting tlie latter's home I'.obinson (laughters of Mr. smith, this Week. Mrs. a j-earh' L. Morton, the copyist left yesterday Miss in the auditor's ollice, fur St. Joe, where she goes for a two 'days' ou iing f . It. Howes of Clark's Fork was in He has interests in s town jisterdny. several valuable that vicinity. mining claims in M. D. Wright are Mr. and Mrs. visiting friends in Seattle and V ie week. They are expected toria ibis hume Monday. Frank Cervany and John Fowler of each report a Hue boy. Other Post Falls items are crowded out till next. week. W. M. Wallace, of Plains, brother-in-law visiting the latter for days during the past week. I'ost Falls Mont., a has several if John Russell, Mill liarlon of Halts r was in town lie has been on the sick iai Tuesday, list fora sin »it. time and was consult ing ])r. Wcoz as to bis ailment. The lomimissionors hold a session tin Thursday and adjourned until August 27, when they will complete the unllinshed business of the session. Joint F. Luders of Post Falls was appui nt.ed adniinisiratur of the estate pf Win. J. IJuflerlield, deceased, on Tltiir-ilay, by llie judge of tlie probate cmirt. Sheriff iJradbury collected $2,5Sô 00 in license money during tile month of i July. During llie same period As- | sessnr liuckle collected ÿ42 ( J."0 in tli'litopieut lakes The chicken sea'Oii (ipened NYednes flay, arid most of our local Nimrods have heeii enjoying rare sport since 'inti. Chickens are less plentiful than ;n former season's. Twenty-four mining locations have j Leu recorded from the Lane mining district since August 1. That part of the county is experiencing quite a hooiu in mining drei I W. A. L »gue, foreman of the Sil VEK I »lade for the past eighteen iiion t lis, left for Florence, Idaho, on Monday, where he goes to take charge ot a mine for a Spokane company. Harry Horthwiek, fusion candidate for assessor, week*-' trip to the St. Regis mining district on Tuesday, itdt on Thursday for the same camp. I'v'v. Victor Itoth and S. C. Rowel, were witnesses Indore the probate (tourt on Wedne* heu the application for a guar dian for Mrs. KUcn Mallov was being neard. C. A. returned from a two Assessiyr Buckb Gib of Clark's Fork flay Luther of Lakeview was transacting business in town on Tues day. Be states that his precinct will l 1 "'! filly votes this year and that the hisiun ticket will receive forty-eight M tlleill. Un a.-cniint of the Rmgling Bros.' rircu-i the Northern Pncillc Railroad fuiiipiiny will sell tound trip tickets on August, 27, good to *' Umi 1111 August 2S, for one and une Hftli fare. hi Spokane MAN.Frost of Harrison has been a^ Pniiitecl deputy mineral ■h W. lieutmi. resigned, and Fountain » erry bus l)i>(* recorder vice u appointed to the same i'inn at Lakeview vice W. II. Lyon, removed. 11 special term of tlie district court will lie ib id commencing next Wed- Aug. 22, Judge A. E. May- prcsiiHue. Those desiring so to 11 inaj take out their second papers •R this t, nesdav, hew nu. Kilpatrick of Priest river was transacting i„ )s j m , Re has Win of ss here ou Tuesday, b ■(■.'( engaged to teach a fail s( - , hiK>l at. Newport, and will ", nU : r u »""> lbs duties the first Monday •st'liteinlic r. ' Louis Lllison, , !" "'M-mt \ a „ Duzer, a cousin of Super spent Monday ai T'- V v • 1111 Ft the family of the r - Klüsen is recently from •ind wit! focate som-o'vhvre' in' imithwe.t ■ . O'OI. tu, W. I!. McFarland ( ,f Coeur d'Aleue i , was in town a short time Thursday j evening. He came here to meet his wife and son froth an extended visit with relatives and friends in Missouri. ■ who worn returning : W. II. Cable, one of the rangers on ! the driest river forest reserve, was in ; I town yesterday. He says that the late rains have eliminated all danger of forest (1res on the reserve for the on remainder of this year. tine of ehe soldiers who was passing | ^ through town yesterday in charge of to or to it train load of government mules, gave W. A. Hart apiece o,f wood taken from the battleship Maine. Mr. Hart prizes the relic very highly. Chas. McTavish of Athol had a hearing before the Probate Court last Saturday on the charge of threaten ing to do bodily harm to I. L. Young of the. same town. On his promise to keep the peace he was discharged. The stonework which comprises the foundation and basement of the new Catholic church is completed and bricklaying is progressing rapidly. When completed it, will be one of the handsomest church edifices in the state. Geo. W. Edelen, Wash., a couple of days this week with friends in the city. It is rumored the young man would like to prove up :m a claim in Hathdrum—not a timber claim either. of Wellington, spent several days last and llev. A. M. Hurt, A. C. Noble and G. li Henson, all of Athol, were transacting business in town Wednes day. Mr. Henson will teach a fall term of school in district No. 2f>, beginning on the second Monday in September. Mrs. J. C. Callahan, who has been ailing for some time, was taken to the Mountview It ispital, in Spokane, on Thursday, for treatment. Her husband and son F-ederick accom panied her. but returned on Thurs day evening. Dr. Wenz is having built mi hi' pasture lot in the eastern part, of the city a large and substantial barn to replace the one recently destroyed by lire 1 . The framework is completed and the work of boarding it in is fairly under way. Iblthd'um has as many handsome residences and substantial business of t i | j ' do in block* as a 11 v city of its size in the Unr citizens are entei Uni t ll west. I prising and progressive, and are grow ing all !h'e time and moving along with ttii procession. Mrs. O. Lavin, proprietress of the Wright house, received a letter the lirst, of the week from her son, Jos. J. Lavin, who is with the Manning government geological survey party, in which lie slated that they were all well and that work was progressing satisfactorily. W. L. lierai brought a suit in the G |)mbîit<* cou *'ti on last Monday against the While Fine Lumber Company, Limited, for the collection of a bill amounting to SI 19.(50 against the Judgment was granted company. the plaintiff for the amount of his Dili, together with co°ts of action \V. F. Sbarai of Hope was bound over to the grand jury by Justice of the Peace Smith of Hope precinct, in the sum in default of which lie was committed Sbarai is charged He is mak ing arrangements to give bonds and no doubt be released in a few of $1.000 on last Saturday, to the county jail, with malicious mischief. wi: days. J. W. Ryan cf Newport, fusion candidate for county commissioner for the second district, was shaking hands with his friends here on Mon day. Mr. Ryan is president of the Pride of the West Mining and Milling company. Tie stales that his company is doing a large amount of work on a copper claim in the vicinity of Mar shall lake. to The Northern Pacific Overland, which should have reached here Sat urday night last at 1 u:40, got in Sun day morning over ten hours late. Sunday North Coast Limited was abandoned, and Wednesday morning three passenger trains went west all in a bunch. in the passenger service was a clnud and washout near Billings, The The cause of tlie mix-tip to Mont. excursionists and visiting Spirit and The number of outing parties Fish lakes this season from Spokane ; and other points along the Northern Pacific has lieeu and if the increase continues it will n'ot, lu a great while before the rail rolul people will build a brunch line from Hathdrum to tl.ose favorite , . , . sinnmei resorts and run special trains greater than ever, the in' from this place and Spokane for the uc bmtnodation of the public and as L"-,iuying bùsrues s proposition. The republican central committed held a meeting here on Wednesday Ralph T. Morgan of Harrison I. Hache' v.iis placed ou their ticket for county at torney, and plans for the campaign were discussed« Chairman Fetin of was to ^he state central committee To on court In plaint herein the such on have been present, but was delayed account of the lateness of the morning train, on The meeting was not largely attended, and it is stated that several candidates, realizing the hope ^ essl *ess of the struggle, asked wiLhtlril wn from the ticket. A trainload of government mules, bound from St. Paul to China, passed though this city at !) o'clock yester day morning. side of Hauser junction the train was (lagged by the seetbm crew, but owing to failure of the air brakes to work the engineer could not stop his train, with the result that the engine ran into a place where a rail hail been taken out and was overturned, dam aging the engine very badly and one or two freight cars, but the trainciew and mules and men in charge of the latter escaped unhurt. William J. Quirk of Hope was ap pointed guardian of the person and estate of Mrs. Ellen Malloy, an im becile, on Thursday, by th§ judge of tlie probate court. John Larson of Hope was also a petitioner for the appointment. Mrs. Malloy appears to be sane on all matters except (inances. She has no conception of the value of money. Her late hus band, John Malloy, left her two thousand dollars insurance in the A. O. U. W., arid it was thought ex pedient to have a guardian appointed before she came into possession of the money. Tin; guardian'-bond was fixed by the court at three thousand dollars. to he day cause, and said her ten within days, said if Hie tlie A short distance this for liy 2 S « „ " ! <» « 2 4> 4> 4» • o o 49 <> Notice of Special Term of tourt, o <> 8 In the district court of the first judicial dis trict of the state of Idaho, in and for Koote nai eonmy. Notice of special term of the court of the lirst judicial dist rict of t he state of Idaho in and for Kootenai county. it is hereby orderet! by tlie undersigned judge of said above court that a special term of tlie districtcourt of the thsl judicial dD t riet of the state of Idaho, in and for Kootenai county, be held at Kathdrum. tin.» county seat of said county, commencing on tlie twenty-second day of August, A. I> 1ÎXM). Let notice of this order be published by the ele-k of said court in some newspaper of general circulat ion, printed and published in said county three successive weeks before the beginning of said term. All persons desiring to secure their second papers may sit that time. * u ■ . Si i-i ■ .. do : A. E. MAYHEW. Judge of the lirst judicial district of Idaho, in and forth« county of Kootenai. A itest : H J no. Callahan, Clerk of the district court of Kootenai county, suite of Idaho, this tweiily-fourtli day of July. A. I >.. 1U0U. !" Alias Summons. è . In the District Court. First Judicial District of the stale of Idaho, in and for the coun ty of K- otenai. G 11. Horsfall, Plaintiff, VS. r Adelaide Horsfall, Defendant. ) STATK OK IDAHO . u r To Adelaide Horsfall. Defendant. You are iiereliy notilied that there is now on tile iiftlie office of theClerk of the District Court of the First Judicial District of said State, in Kathdrum, coumy of Ivootenai. the complaint of the above-named plaintiff, wherein judgment is demanded against you that the marriage between you and the plain tiff herein hi* dissolved and .*i divoice decreed to the said plaintiff according to the statutes in such case made mid provided. The ground on which such judgment and decree is claimed is that you did on or about the lirst day of February. 1MC. willfully and without cause and without plaintiff's consent, desert and abandon plaintiff and have ever since said time continued to desert and abandon plain tiff and to live separate and apart from him without his consent and against his will. And you are also notified that unless you appearand answer to said complaint within ten days after the service hereof, if served within Kootenai county and within twenty days, if served mit of said county, but within j said Judicial district, and within forty day?», if served out» of said district, (exclusive of the day of service» the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said | complaint. Given under my timid nndllie seal 'll llie Bist riet, Court of (lie First Judicial District of 1 he stale of Idaho, in and for the count y of Kootenai, this Hthdnyof July. A, U., 1IW0. .1X0. C CALLAHAN. Clerk, tty T. !.. Quahi.es. Deputy. Edwin Mcltee. ilUorney for plaintiff. SKAL . a ML ol Issue oi Attachment. In tlie Probate Court of Kootenai County, Statu of Idaho. V . S. lierai, plaint iff, vs. the White Fine Dumber Company. Limited, a corporal lull, Defendant Si ate of Idaho, county of Koot enai, ss. .Vu ion is hereny given that an attachment, issued oui of the probate court of Koote nai county of the state of Idaho, in the above eut itled action, on theTtli day of August, RK)0. a gainst the property of Jhe defendant, the White Fine Lumber Company, Limifcd, conn »ration. Dated this Dili (lav of August. 1000. J. C. ItUADY, Frobate Judge. Notice to Creditors. Estiil.e of NANNIE W. MAXF.Y. (I.used. Xiitieu is lieceliv given by the undersigned ^Jür.VT.'.x ixi »!'» 11 ViV. «Il Vr't iîe ,c ,,.^-V.L|î ,v voucher?-, wltliin four months after the first_ ÂÂÎir ! 11 K:i 1 lull- 11111 . Idiilio. tile saine being the place 1 - .... «ass&ffSiTiME pe fur estate, in the county Idaho. Dated at Hathdrum the 16th day of J. W. MAXEN'. Administrator. August. l'.KX). ; > p< \ Notice to Creditors. Eslii.lL' of William J. lliitlorlieUI. diamasod. Notice is licccby given by the nodoi-sigm-d. adiidnisli'ator of I be est am of William J. Hut tei'l'n ld. dccascd. t.j ti e eicdimi's uf, and all usons having claims against the said de •(»'(■(I. to exhibit ( belli with the iiceessnrv , vouchers within four months after (he II cs I publication of this notice, to the said adintutsirator . m his "fitce I Post Falls, the same being the |»laee ( f()l . the transaciion of the husinessoi said i estate, in the county, of Kootenai, stale oî ! Il Uali'd at Post Falls on t ht Ißt 1» day of , \ IL r llSl. 11 M) 0 . * ' JOHN F. FNDEFï 5 - A:dtnin1t»tTiitoi*. al I as Alias Summons I. me Insi riet Court. Firs' Judicial Dlstrlel or tin' suite of Idaho, !i' and for Mi" CHUM ty of Kootenai. t Hache' I. llansoi', flail', tiff i ..„.VK. • ( AnditMy llr.i'son, Defendant | STATE (5 F IDAHO. : * f » To Andrew Hanson, defeudilnt You are hereby notified that there i., how on file hi the-Ofliee of* tlujelerk of tlie district court of thu-first judieia 1 district of said state In Hathdrum. county of Kootenai, Hie com plaint of til« above niltnen plaintiff, who judgment is demanded against marriage lietween you and the plaintiff * herein he dissolved and a divorce decreed to <f . the said plaintiff aecoudlng to the statutes in jÿ such ease made and provided. The ground * on which such judgment and decree is jfej * « » < ■in -» *; tlmt the ÎI claimed 1 m that you did, on or about, the second day of Decumber. 1807, wilfully and without $ cause, and without plaintiff's consent, desert T and abandon plaint! said time continued to desert and abandon plaintiff and to live separate and apart from her without her consent and against her will. And you are also notified tlmt unless you appearand answer to said complaint within ten days after the service hereof, if served within Kootenai county and within twenty days, if served out of said county hut within said Judicial district, and within forty days if served out of said district, (exclusive of Hie day of service), the plaintiff will appl y to tlie Court for the relief demanded in tin* com plaint. < IT. and have ever si nee Î: *.* J. Given under mv hand und the Heal of the District Court of the First Judicial District of the state of Idaho, in and for the county of Kootenai, this lit h day of August, A. I)., 1!K)0. SEAL. ! i Ir>S .1 NO. O. CALLAHAN. Clerk, liy T. I,. Quahoes, Deputy. ^05*aoftssssoosi>oooo«tco«^j 2 BO AND SAMPLE S JBRRY LAtKS'S S « FAMOUS „ O ! " (^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA«J j ! Î WINES, LIOUORS, Î t CIGARS. ; i <» 4 « .V WVV i e <> 2 THE CELEBRATED 4> 4> IIKNCO BEER 4» : <» Always on Tap. ► • umber the name ami place 4> « » • 4 • 4» Hei <> TAMMANY -X ® NALL. • S&loorv «> V <> ; u <> o % < 4» ! > » o IB jti idl o 49 4V <> Next to Hotel Wright. J. O. LANE, Proprietor J»0 0 6«4S(M>iS0 0CS®4s00®SS 2 ! (} o <> 8 8 • — V. * . CLUfS L. n m u .. ■ . m wtl li .. it SALOON, Si ELM HR PORTER - i-i ■ > ' Prop. .. DEALERS IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars A * . H I I » » u THE CELEBRATED Galland-Burke Beer ? !" è . ê . Always on Draught-. Gibson Rye Whiskies. ;* u I r a ! « .•r r NORTHERN il PACIFIC j | i Wl It u ★ N s PULLMAN ! SLEEPING CARS: ELEGANT DINING CARS! FREE COLONIST SLEEPING CARS ST. PAUL M INNEAPOLlb DULUTH FARGO GRAND FORK! IGROOKSTON WINNIPEG HELEN A and BUTTE -T( » ( THROUGH TICKETS TO CHICAGO WASHINGTON FH1LADELPHIA NEW YORK BOSTON AND ALL POINTS EAST and SOUTH u japan and CHINA, Via TACOMA and ,v Northern Pacific Steamship Co. first_ _ ! VESTIBULE TRAINS—DINING CARS ! 1 --- card-rathdrüm ■TO E AST- lh Hl N 1 » of A ItItl VK dki'ahts 10:41 an . j llx>ipm| II:;« pm 11:40 am' 11:40 am 10:41 ; No. 2. No. 4. 1. ». -.-a 1 No. Wednesday WI 8Ï BO( M> SS, Monday. . Friday... ! . y 1 11111 1 . , I Put,OMAN uikst ci.ass--touhi.si oî of , >i:41 i ; 10:47 pm 10:47 pm ! 0:41 » No. 1 No. Tuesday i turd ay.. ■ 1*2 :H0 pml JET PERMITS FOR LOCALS. I UK^KHS. al I ]♦ r in format ion. time cards, maps and tick els cal! oV or write A. D. Quaki.ton, General Passenger Agent- Portland, Ore 255 Morrison street, cornet Tldr l. or \V. .1. JolOiAN. 1 Ilathdru'm, Idaho > *é*..*'*>.*.'.* : The Renowned - - « «K « HALL SALOON, • * > f * ! f » *) l.uuls «■:. Ktlert. Prop. * * <f . jÿ * jfej * « WINES, w » * LIQUQR5 < . « -» *; and CIGARS. * » « — noon — t » BILLIARD & POOL TABLES « $ T » > < liATlltmtlM, - IDAHO * t: Î: « *.* » * > * ».« * *;•*.* » •*■•**« « J. W. SETTLE, * t « NOTARY PUBLIC and JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ▲ FÇ^al Estate, ; Coar?, Ejectai, ! Çolleçtirç-ç A V * > i Ir>S ~:-a SH «i r\ » £ <i .-•£ .•'-s n S i ■ i„; a l !i o Ä T ! POST IDAHO i \mm-s <> SIOOO 4> 4» : <» « » I <> Reward I «> V <> ; u <> % < 4» ! > » Will be paid for informatior that will o IB leadto the conviction of any person wü- j jti fully buying goods cheaper than drfe j idl now offered at thë I 4V 2 ! (} «►.V vw. , - a . L. n m r .. m wtl li .. JOHN RUSSELL, Manager it > ' 1 ». *..* *' « '« 4**0 4*:* * « »'■'* » * 4 .4.4'.« *. S'*..* A Wlli-X IN RATH DRUM * . i ï STOP I AtTheXrrXiXi - Ä I WISH ARD : HOTEL | » X » u I ? ê HEADQUARTERS For Witnesses and Jurors While Attending Court. ;* MEALS, 25 Cts. I Board by the Week, r a $4.00. I ! « .•r « '*> ■>. « « <? M 6 U « 0 0 0 M ^ ^ rt tf « QL.^I $$$ »> '<• «> tf ME : i Wl STABLES. I« ♦ ♦ « ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 9 9 « ! COM PL PEN i DRIVERS. .FIRST CLASS TURNOUTS.— manor REASONABLE RATES SPECIAL ATTENTION Drummers and Fishing and Camping Parties GIVEN TO at Give us a call and lie convfnced. ( LEVI ESGH. FiopL;*! or* UUOi TîTf^E rT ' ,r1 f S ,T ' \%m a ■ 1 lali I» Patronize i spPl 11 «?-' . an * * C /-. W'ïî:: Ind ustry w h i e h has I' L iü tnltffl and ! g 11 nwti . rrv ' )I T ! «ait H A10 J k an Ï1 pm am USE WINTER WHEAT ANI) COEUR D'ALENE sb vV* ! a it —'■ it aj ! e= II 1) Costs i pm ! i5 T r7 No i ►j m More. tick 7f 1 . T mi sl'i i 'MSM 4*** Mi#Mi *.¥#!*.*(! « «K « > * f SALOON *) ♦♦♦ HENR r REIN 1 UK It, Prop. JtVNSKLl. niAKK , X 9 >< M >< >< »4 WINES »4 >4 ><AAaa )4Mf* . AAAAx « ••••>< • iu; > n 1: LIQUORS, SCIGARS. X > »<•••• X ♦♦ »< « t ♦ ♦ ♦ ■ »4 ><• OR TTTTxUU X(«< : « x > XT Y t: X HILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. « * OUR MEATS t ARE « ALWAYS PRESH• ■ ■ ■■ -T1IK - If RATHDRUI MARKET SH «i « FISH, GAME. POULTRY. And all n : * l FRCI1TS AND VEGETABLES £ 111 Si-iisull. o % LOUIS E. Eli. EUT, Ä llailidruni, Iduho. Proprietor.