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services as Juror In
j. o. Lane,
saloon bond of Clark Quarles
Port Hill I«« was wn motion
. 2 25
And ut fhis
,1 to meet Friday, November 9*
time the board ad
A. D-i 1900.
N. G. SISSON,
jno. C. CALLAHAN, Clerk.
By A. Cook, Deputy.
Buckle collected $690.13
; during the month of October
office earned $80.00
during the past week in mäkle« ab
A. K. White ex- probate jud«e of
Kootenui county was transacting bus
here on Thursday.
Thomas E. L. Logan of Bonners
transacting business In
tbwti the (irst of the. week.
state Senator elect S. P. Donnelly,
passed through town on Wednesday
when returning to his home at Lake
□ W. B. Turner, ex-principal of the
Ijbeney normal school, was talking
life insurance to our citizens on Tues
Henry Keyser, one of the substan
tial fanners of the Pend O'Reille val
ley, was in town on Monday shaking
hands with his many friends here.
W. ,1. McClure, public admlnlsrra
Ibr, has taken charge of ihe estates
of Olaf Cleve and Alfred Richie, the
rec fitly drowned in the S'.
The commissioners have een can
the election returns since
The Silver Blade
#111 publish the official cuunt next
District court will convene on Mon
day. A grand Jury has been sum
tumied to appear at that time hut the
trial j it row «(til not meet until Nov.
Five marriage licenses were grant
ed by Auditor Callahan on Monday
to Italian couples from Priest River.
They came overland returning home
the next day.
Sheriff Bradbury turned over to
Tie surer McClure on Monday $2
748 33, tlie same being the amount of
saloon licenses collected for the month
Attorney Gllpatrlek of Priest Ltiver
was in town on Monday. He came
to attend the disrrict court but ou ac
count of the ab once of dudge May
hew he returned home the following
Ürs. Geo. B. Duncan, who recently
Returned from the Philippine Islands,
is sick at the Sacred Heart, hospital,
,Spokane, with fever.
Mrs. IV. J. McClure, Is with her.
Dave and William Cleland and Mrs.
J. S. Wooiery received the sad news
on Thursday of the death of their
toother at Dundas, Minnesota,
liain Cleland and Mrs.
on first train to attend the funeral.
Mr. George P. Horn and Miss Sadie
Pratt, two well known and highly re
spected young people of Seneaquoteen
^ere quietly married at the parlors of
the Hotel Wright, on Monday by Pro
hale Judge Itrady.
Spokane, where they went to spend a
Mr. and Mrs.
on Monday evening for
Tram Our Special Correspondent.
Janies Brooks has rented his farm
m Charles Stringer and moved his
fa ni i ly to Falls. Mr. Brooks
cleared over $1,000 on vegetables and
fruits since spring, but decided to
rent his piaco and become a "knight
of the grip.
toakti a success of anything he under
takes. His line place is listed for
sale with J. w. Settle.
Charles Straight has located a gold
»»ne sôüth of town,
edge of rose quartz which promises
t" be a bonanza
Chas. Rover has been spending a
iVkTi ° r two 1,1 Spokaite, visiting
lends and taking massage treatment
Mhe Un-sell Comedy Co. showed
ere Monday and Tuesday nights to
air sized audiences and gave very
rjn.v ''Veiling Miss Lulu Leonardy
TObid the , llost p (lt)U | Hr )ady] arld Gj |.
rt Manor the most popular young
v,.^ rs ; J"hn Mitchell has returned to
-asi, Spokane Iai attend her sick son,
"" is slowly recovering from an at
;; ,,f ' 5 , 'boid fever.
, M'- Morton of Quincy, Illinois, Is
■' ""g his daughter, Mrs. Joe Gar
»nîin' h hlS ,)1;lCe ' ani * expects to re
u" h " r " nil winter. Miss Pearl
i,VhU," r lli,thclru,u ' |S Lis youngest
c -. . «««. j. w. s.,...,
several snaps In town and farm
T' Tties which UlUAt be dlspoS<*d or
M, ire X LUÎIH.
He is a rustler and will
There is a fine
nt('rtainmeut«. On Mon*
STATEMENT OF COUNTY TREASURER AND AUDITOR
To the Board of County Commissioners of Kootenai County,
Idaho, for the Third Quarter of the Year 1900.
REVENUE FROM ALL SOURCES.
State and county licenses...
£ ees county officers.
State and county tax for 1894 '...V"
State and county tax for 1895
State und county tax for 1896.
State and county tax for 1897.
State and county tax for 1898.
State and county tax foi 1898 ..
State and county tax for 1900 .
Cost und penalty.
Special school tax.
Poll Tax.. ..
Fines In Justice court.
Boad poll tax .
Teachers' Institute Fund...;;;";.
F ling tax certificates for eounty... .
Filing tax certificates for villages.
Sale of school district property.
r rom state for general school fund.
APPORTIONED AND TRANSFERRED AS FOLLOWS!
To State Fund.
To current expense fund.
To bond and interest fund
General school fund.
To general road fund.
To district road fund. '
To district school special fund.
To district school, general fund.
To Teachers' Institute fund.
To incorporated towns.
To Bridge Fuud.
To warrant redemption fund..
CASH IN TREASURY.
General Road Fund.
General school fund.
Bond Interest and fund.
Warrant, redemption fund.
Teachers Institute fund.
Bond redemption fund.
Excess tax fund.
District school general fund.
District school special fund.
Road district funds.
.... 3.09K 73
. . 2,496.32
Statement of Financial Condition of Kootenai County.
Funding bonds, täte of Interest. 7 per cent_
Funding bonds, rate of Interest. 8 per cent_
Funding bonds, rate or Interest, 6 nor cent ...
Funding bonds, rate of interest, 6 per cent.
Total bonded debt.. ..
Current Expense Fund.
Warrants Issued In the fiscal year 1895 .
Warrants issued lu the fiscal year 1898.
Warrants Issued In the fiscal year 1897.
Warrants Issued in the flsoal year 18B8.
Warrants Issued In the fiscal year 1899.
Warrants issued In the fiscal year 1900.
Accrued interest on above warrants.
.f 7,000 00
. ... 23.16
... . 61.13
. 15.024 98
Warrants Issued in 1898.
Warrants Issued in 1899.
Warrants Issued in 1900.
Accrued Interest on above warrants .
Warrants Issued In 1900.
Accrued interest on above warrants.
CASH IN TKKASUKY.
General Hoad Fund.
Gonrral Bridg«» Fund.
Warrant redemption fund,
Total Net Debt.
w, j. McClure,
JN0, C. CALLAHAN,
From Our Special Correspondent.
Mr. Snyder of Kalispel, Montana,
is in our vicinity improving his ranch
preparatory to moving his family
Mr, and Mrs. James Faye and fam
ily of Spokane, who have been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin.
Mrs. Fayes' parents, left for their
home in Spokane on Tuesday.
Mr. Scott has been on the sick list
for a few days.
Mr. lames Leahy who has been in
Nome lor ihe past summer, returned
home last Sunday.
Mr. Frank Beth is contemplating A
house raising in the near future.
Mr. Graham, of Libby Creek, Mon
tana, who purchased Mrs
place, has begun the erection of a
J. W. Kyan Elected.
It gives us pleasure to announce
th9 election of our townsman. J. W.
Ryan, as commissioner 2nd district,
Kootenai county, Idaho,
is the only person from Newport who
has ever been accorded a place on any
of the tickets and his election is a
source of gratification to his many
Jim will do his utmost for the bene
fit of the section he represents and
the county will lose nothing
from his hands.—Newport Miner.
Estate of MICHEAL O. KEEFE, deceased
Is Notice Is hereby given bylmun^relgned
Keefe" deceased? to the creditorslof, ana all
re- arsonsha^ng claims a^lust^e |a^de
«Äw "thin ten months after the first
1 Dated at Hope. Idabol on thé 23d day of
or October. 1900. 1
nl7d8 JOHN C. ObAHE. Administrator
We can safely say that
For Sale.— A good wagon, team
and harness for $125.00 See Johnnie
Cook, four and a-half miles east of
Rathdrum, Idaho. 4t -
For Sale—A house and lot in
For particulars call at
this office or address
Notice to Creditors.
The next quarterjy examination of
applicants for all grades of county
certificate.- will be held at the court
house, Rathdrum, Kootenai county,
November 22, 23 and 24, 1900. The
sessions will begin at 9 o'clock, a. m.
Questions in "History" and In
"Theory ajid Art" will be general.
The use of "Hart's Formation" and
"De Garmo's Essentials" has been
Questions in "State Constitution"
will lie taken from Article XVIII.
Questions in "School Law" will he
taken from Chapters XV., XVI,
XVII. and XVIII. without parti
cular reference to Chapter XV.
Dan. Van Duzer,
Co. Supt. Public Instruction.
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL.
State of Idaho,
County of Kootenai,
In the Probate Court of said oonnty.
In the matter of the estate of Mary
Leinley, deceased. .. . ,
Pursuant to an order of »aid court, made on
the 9th day of November, 1900, notice Is here
by given that Monday, the 28th November,
1900, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, at the
court room of said court, at the town of Rath
drum, in the state of-Idaho, eounty of Koote
nai, has been appointed as the time and place
for proving the Will of said Mary Lemley.
deceased, mid for hearing the applica
tion of N. G. Sisson for the issuance to
him of letters testamentary when and where
erson Interested may appear and eon
test the same.
Dated the 9tb day of November, 1900.
J. C. Bkady. Clerk.
J GO AND SAMPLE
: JSRRY LAHS'S S
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11KNCO BEER !
Always on Tap. *
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! Next to Hotel Wright. JJ
J. O. LANE, Proprietor o
In the pistrict Court. First Judicial District
or the State of Idaho, in and for the coun
ty of Kootenai.
Maggie Bowers. Plaintiff.
Thomas Rowers, Defendant.
To Thomas Bowers, defendant.
Yon are hereby notified that there Is now
l file In the office of the clerk of the district.
Ç°urt of the first Judicial district of said st ate
In Katlidrutn, county of Kootenai, the com
S tint of the above named plaintiff, wherein I
[lament is demanded against you that the 1
nds of matrimony be dissolved and a
decree of divorce be entered against you and ,
n favor of the plaintiff, Maggie Howom. as '
ore fully appears from the complaint filed
And you are also notified that unless you
ppcar and answer to said complaint within
en days after the service hereof, if served
within Kootenai county and within twenty
days. If served out of said county but within
said Judicial district, und within forty days
if served out of said district, (exclusive Of
the day of sorvlee). the plaintiff will take
Judgment against you according to the prayer
of said complaint.
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 13th day of
October, A. D.. 1900. Kg
JNO.C. CALLAHAN. Clerk. ' 1
By T. L. Quaiilks, Deputy.
H. M. Gllpatrlek. attorney for plaintiff,
and MAIN Ave,,
Fine Furnished Room».
j. e, McCauley, -
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and Cigars j]
Alwavs*on Urught. !
Gibson Rye Whiskies, j
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The Renowned - -
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Local No. 57, Tuesday.
GET PERM ITS FOR LOOAL9. _
PULLMAN rilirtT CLASS—TOURIST B LIiX VF.Ht*
For Information, time card», maps and tick
ets call or or write
A. D. Charlton.
General Passenger Agent. Portland, Ore
266 Morrison street, corner Third, or
W. J. JORDAN»
You can't keep I hem. You don't
want to keep them—vnu sell them!
The Flor de Hamilton Çlgar
msaamejfi m an
FOULTET. And nil
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LOUIS E. E1LF.HT,
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AT BRICKYARD OF RICHARD TAUTENHAHN
FOUR MILES WEST OF RATHDRUM.
ALL KINDS OF BRICK ON HAND
A Special Line of Hand Briok for Cisterns and Sewers.
I Reward I
Will be paid for informatior that will
M lead to the conviction of any person wil
• ys fully buying goods cheaper than are
-Jffi now offered at the
ONLY BIQ JT0KE
I THE RATHDRUM MERCANTILE CO.. Ltd.
JOHN RUSSELL. Manager
I WHEN IN RATHDRUM
WISHARD : HOTEL
HEADQUARTERS For Witnesses and Jurors While Attending Court.
MEALS, 23 Cts.
$ 4 . 00 .
I Board by the Week,
♦ 4- Z » ♦
FIRST CLASS TURNOUT».
SPECIAL ATTENTION siven to
Drummers and Fishing and Camping
Give us a call and lie convinced.
BUILT UP OUR FARMING COMMUNITY.
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