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of -Granite precinct
was in town
■ tue Hist of the week.
Lane paid a
Visit to Si okuni
Eilert and E. B. Marsh were
visitors to Coeur
V W Sander ànd Wife of Coeur
Kepkey and wile of Markham
visitors in the city a couple of
(list of the week.
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\V. Quirk, a
man of Dupe, was
ni . ss in thé city Tuesday.
1 ». Dyer, justice of the peace,
■accent paned by his wife, returned from
short visit to Spokane Monday.
Tims. Fitzsimmons arrived in the
city last Sunday from Salt Lake and
.pent several days visiting relatives
L. E. Eilert is having a commodi
llar built under his Main street
It will he used for
place of business,
There was a social dance at Wood
hall last night, which proved an
enjoyable Affair for a number of our
,1 os porier added to the looks and
of his blacksmith shop by
having a new shingle roof put on it
the past week.
A number of building improve
ments are being made throughout the
citv at pi osent, preparatory lor the
Mis* Dearie Morton spent a few
tile tirst ol the week iu Fust
the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Toda\ the close season for hig game
expires, and you can kill all the deer
you want to—that is, if you can shoot
Tile Northern Pacific lias made a
rate of $1.10 for the round trip to
Spokane from Bnihdium during the
exposition next month.
Mrs. Mary A. Wright, one of Lhe
prom i neu I educators of this county,
left to-day for Lane, where she will
teach a term of school.
E. C. Alvord, an attorney of Wash
was in Rathdrum several
liHtkiug itfter timber land in this
days the. tirst of the week.
H C. Patterson, the new agent at
the Northern Bacitlc depot, was made |
glad by the arrival of his wife Thurs
day night. The lady came in on the
evening train from Elk Point, S. D.
fl. H. Watkins, a prominent mer
chant of Athol, was in the citv on
silver forces in his precinct
and *a>s a club will soon lie organized
A number of people from this city
went to Spokane
present at the hig political
there Friday night, which was ad
dressed hy Charles A. Towne and
He reports the
yesterday to he
Mrs. J. C. Callahan returned the
first of the week from Spokane, where
she had been under treatment, of a
The lady's many friends
will be pleased to hear that
Henry Saddler, a former resident of
this city, wlio had been away in the
southern part of the state for some
time, returned the first of the week,
htinging his wife and children, and
will locate here.
r I oui my Lavin, the 14-year old son
if Mrs. Owen Lavin, was able to sit t)
up fur awhile yesterda', after being
'unllned to his bed for the past few
■veeks with fever. His improvement
vill likely be steady henceforth.
J. M. Heaton of Harrison was in
own Tuursday transacting business,
le recently sold bis farm, near Ham
it i Edmund E. Omen, of the
»men Hardware Company of Spokane,
>r $5,0C0. Mr. Heaton will remove
I Spokane and engage in the real
Some democrit stole the rope
ittached to the pole which held up
'■he republican banner last Saturday
tight. It is quite certain it was a
*1« I not: rat,. If it had been a republi
ait he would have taken the pole
is well, and then been around in the
morning trying to sell the hole to the
Shingling the roof of the new
Catholic church has been completed,
and construction of
the tower is
Plastering will soon
eumence. T.h'e church will be. ready
•'tu . ccupaifcy by the first of Novem-
i, but, vEfll prt lialily not he dedi-
cated tînt il t be IRth of that month,
- >n. t.h'e ô6(-asJoi.r rif the Feast of
Stanislaus, for whom the church*
Chaplain Bateman attempted to!
hold a republican meeting at Athol !
last Friday evening, hut as only two j
tfersnns put in an appearance he did
riot even light up the hall.
A. K. White, ex-probate judge of
this county, has been visiting his son,
J. C. White, our popular surveyor,
during the past week.
Don't fail to hear the distinguished
Jahres Hamilton Lewis next Wednes
day evening. As an orator he ranks
with Towne, Williams and Bryan.
The auditor's office earned $135 in
making abstracts Wednesday. The
total income from this source for the.
paSt week amounts to over two
Theo. Breach and wife of Leaven
worth, Wash., arrived this morning
on lhe east-hound passenger train and
will remain several days visiting his
sisters, Mrs. Miller and Miss Lizzie
Elder Ransom, Elder Walker, Elder
Platt and Elder Dye, four Mormon
elders from Utah, will hold services
at the court house here this evening.
Also Sunday afternoon at 2:30 and
Sunday evening at 7:30. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public to
attend these meetings.
George Humphrey moved his frame
dwelling-house from his ranch to town
tlds week, a distance of about two
miles. It was cut into three sections
and brought in, and wi'l he tilted up
i and occupied by his family this win
ter. Levi Esch had the contract for
hauling it in.
Miss Eliza Kercheval. who was in
jured two weeks ago by being thrown
from a buggy while out driving with
her mother, Mrs. J. \V. McClure, will
not be able to assume lier duties as
teacher in the public school for some
time yet on account of injuries she
H. F. Elliott, who is engaged in
farming near Colville, in Stephen's
county. Wash., arrived in Rathdrum
Thursday night for a few days' visit
with relatives and friends in this
Mr. Elliott speaks
city and vicinity,
well of his section 'of Washington.
and says there is a great ru-h o!
people heading for the Colville re
serve, which is to he thrown open to
settlement next month.
Coroner John Hayes of Missoula
arrived in Rathdrum
Tuesday and was driven to G run it«
| iumef , th; , ,„ M j y ,, r Max
1 iv Ilenrv Horst man. where he ex
who was killed by an engine ar that
I wo weeks ago, and shipped
was the son of well-to-do parents who
reside in Missoula, and he was struck
and killed while crossing a trestle
it hack to Missoula.
John T. Sullivan, a popular police
sergeant nf Spokane, was married to
Merneugh of that, city
last Tuesday morning.
accompanied by F. Q. Quin
Ian and Miss Ratie Bayne, attendants
> bid r wedding, came to Ratlidrorn
morning and took a private
conveyance for Coeur d'Alene city in
hy Misses Katie and May
A I ter a short honeymoon in
nur d'Alene, Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan
up tnelr permaueut abode
who is in
Prof. Walter C. Bro/ver,
the employ of a strong mining emu
of Spokane, is examining the
mineral districts of Kootenai county
with a view of ascertaining if capital
ma y j )0 safely invested in the mines
t) f uli i s region,
pp r t geologist and mining engineer,
anc j j S favorably impressed with the
formation of the mountains in this
He has a fine camp outfit
Mr. Brower is an ex
with horse», and will travel all o'er
the country before snow Hies.
be secured it will
jrood prupu*rty can
be promptly developed.
Bart Wishard, the genial proprietor
of the Wishard house, returned yes
terday morning from St. Regis mining
district, in Missoula Countv, Mont.,
where he had been engaged for the
Mr. Wishard is well
past, three mon tits
pleased with his prospects and speak»
favorably of the outlook for the
new cuLip*. Assessor Buckle of this
county and W. II. Howell, who are
interested vtith Mr. Wishard, returned
Wednesday of this week from a three
week's visit to the mines. St. Regis
is situated about thirty-five miles
southeast of Mullan, and there are
many promising prospects in the dis- :
trict. The ore of that section carries j
,-old. silver, copper and lead, and IS
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of good uniform value. -While n °t !
many men 'are at work there now, j
there is no doubt but that at an early
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/i., v •» I »Ur caniD will spring up in tho
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St. Begis COUrittry.
Call for County Warrant*,
Notice is hereby givea that. I a hi
prepared to pay the. following de
scribed Kootenai county warrants
days from the first publication of this i
Interest ceases ten
CUKUENT EXPENSE FUND.
Warrants No. 786 to No. 797 inclu
sive, issued in the year 1899.
GENKUAL UOAD FUND.
Warrants No. 225 to No. 262 inclu
sive, issued in the year 1899.
First publication, Sept. 8, 1900.
W. J. McClup.e,
Rathdrum, Idaho, Sept. 7, 1900.
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In tlie District Court. First .liidlctiil District
of I In- Slate of Idaho. Ill and for tile cinin
ty of Iv otemii.
John A. Pruitt. Defendant.
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STATE OF IDAHO
To John A. Pruitt, Deffeudant.
You are luuetiy mitili-d ttnii tliere is now
on file oi the olttee of the fieri, of l tie Hist riel
fourtof Die First, Judicial District of said
State, in Itattidrum, county of ttootenai. the
eomplaint of the
w herein judgment I* demanded against you
that the marriage between you and the phi til
lin' herein lut dissolved and a dtvoice decreed
to the Said plaintiff according to the statutes
in .such ease made and provided. Thai the
..ntrol and possession of the minor
children of lhe plaintiff and defendant, to
wit : Maggie Pm It t and John Thomas Pruitt,
lie adjudged to t his plaintiff, and for costs of
this action for counsel fees and alimony.
The grounds on which such judgment and
decree is claimed Is t hat you have for mure
than one year last past failed to provide
for plaintiff the common necessaries of life,
and have during said time treated plaintiff
in a cruel and inhuman manner.
Ami von are also notified that unless you
appeal' and answer losntd complaint within
tell days after 1 tie service hereof, if served
within Kootenai county mid within twenty
d ivs if served out of said county, but within
sai'd judicial dist riot, and within fo'-ty days,
il s-i-ved out, of said district, (exclusive ot
the day of service) the plaintiff will apply
he court for the relief demanded til
Given under my hand and the
neat of t he District Court ot
the First Judicial District
— .. — of the state of Idaho. In and
for the county of Kootenai, this tirst day of
September. A. D.. 1IW0.
.1X0. C CALLAHAN. Clerk,
tty T. L. QltAltPK.s. Deputy.
Edwin Mcliee. attorney for ulalntiff.
In the Justtcu Court, Hope 1'roclnct, County
of l ooU'iuii. stufe of Idaho.
.luck Forties, Plaintiff.
\ E. l'eck, Defendant-.
STATE OF IDAHO
A. E. Peck, the above-named defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in an
action brought against you by the above-.
Tiallied plaintiff, in the justice court of Hope
f Kootenai, Slateof Idaho.
•mR io iinswur tin' complaint iiltnl lliorum. at
ihc- time liereliiiiftef designated, or judgment
liv default will he taken against, you accord
ing to the prayer of said eon-plaint.
The said action D brought to recover t,he
payment of a certain promissory note a copy
of 'which is hereby drawn:
#.-,-,()() Thompson. Mont.. Dec. 20. I sill).
(Ill days after d!ib-1 promise to pay to the
order of Jack Forbes tifty-tive and
dollars at no In
1 1 -
-iv.-t value received.
A. E. FECK
\ml you ant hereby liot.lthxt, that, if.you
fail to appeal-mid answer said complaint tut
the 21th dav of September, iiiiill tlie -îlld
ulaIiTtttl will take judgment against you in
of ii ft v live ($55.00) dolhuw together
« ilh cost of suit.
Dated at my office, in Hope nreeinct. in
said county of Kootenai, this cisy of
August, A. l>. 1900.
Justice of the Fi-ace i
Notice to Creditors.
E-tatc of NANNIE W. MAXEY. deceased.
, Not Ice ts hereby given hy the underslgnetl
: ^^/«n.Urs öeämt aii
IS vouchers, within four mouths after the «rat
I DUblicatJon of this notice, to the said admin
°t ! (sttalor at theofHee of t tie O K Ç'vf-i-yhar"
j }" r R "F,e <, nwiMmi a ivn^
estate, in the county of Kootenai, state., j
Lcialio. . » .»f
DiUtKi at Rathdrum on 1th day <f
j a llt r, Js t. 1900.
j. w. MAXEY, Administrator.
. Alias Sammons.
i STATE Oh' IDAHO.
lu the PM rift »Vmrt. First .Judiolul District -
of the Kittle of Idaho, it) uitd for the comi
ty of koolemti. (
Rachel h, 11 t^ty-oé . Plaintiff,
Andrew Hanson. Defendant
To Andrew Hanson, ctaïeridiint.
• hereby mililtod (hat there Is now
on file In ihe office of theelork of the district
court of the first judicial district of said st ate
in liatlidrum, county of Kootenai, the com
plaint of the above named plaintitr, wherein
judgment is demanded against you that, the
marriage between you and the plaintiff
herein be dissolved and a divorce decreed to
the said plaintiff according to the statutes iu
such case made and provided. The ground
on which such judgment and decree is
claimed Is that you did, on or about the second
day of December, 1897, wilfully and without
cause, and without plaintiff's consent, desert
plaintiff, and have ever since
.said time continued to desert and aban&on
plaintiff and to live separate and apart fr om
her without her consent and against, her will.
And you are also notified that unless you
appear and answer to said complaint within
ten days after the ser vice hereof, if served
within Kootenai county and within t wenty
days, if served out of said county but within ,
safei Judicial district, and within forty days (
if served out of said district, (exclusive of
the day of service), the plaintiff will apply to j
t he Court for the relief demanded In the com- j
Given under my hand and the
seal of the District Court of
the First Judicial District
of the state of Idaho, in and
for the county of Kootenai, this IJtli day of
August, A. D.. 1900.
JNO. C. CALLAHAN. Clerk.
By T. L. Quaklks, Deputy.
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.»f ors Murrlaon street, corner Third, or
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A Sn?cial Line of Hand Brick for Cisterns and Sewers.
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