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THE SILVER BLADE.
.'uHJ.IShUll FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK. CULP BROS., Publishers and Proprietors. TERMS; Onr Yvah. IV PAID IM ADV * : 8.x JIOSTHb..'. Thheb Months. Siscos Copies. Advertising Rates made known on Applica tion. .II.no •.00 ;o .8 |Ei.-cred at tbe Postofflco at Knthdrum. Idaho, as noeond dass matter. I F .110 A Y H0V. 28.1902 An Opening for an Elevator lluslnes*. There Is a growing need In Rath drum for a grain elevator. The con stantly Increasing acreage of wheat and oats on the pralFle and the con sequent Inability on the part of the business men of the town to handle tbe product in large quantities, and the Inconvenience which ramiers ex perience in their efforts to find a ready market fur every load of grain which they bring into town, indicates ibat a grain elevator Is rapld'y be coming a vital necessity to the pros perity of our farmers and to the set tlement of vast areas of the valley which, as yet, remain unoccupied. The amount of grain which Is raised on Rathdrum prairie Is increas ing In volum i every year. The farm ers have, heretofore, been in the hab it of marketing their wheat at the Post Falls mill and trading It In at tbe stores. Their supply Is growing beyond tbe demands of tbe home market. The business men can han dle but a limited supply, and do so uuty as accommodation to their custo mers. They would much rather that the farmer could dispose of his grain for cash and deal with them on a cash basis. This would also be much better for tne farmer. With an ele vator at this point, the farmer would tie assured of a ready iflurket, for cash nt current market prices, of every loud of grain which he has for sale. There is not the least doubt, that a grain elevator at Ratbdrum would be a boon, not only to the farmer und the merchant, but most certainly to the owner or owners of the elevator as well. Local capitalists might take up tbe matter, or they should take steps to interest outside capital. A ■careful study of the ueed of an elevat or here, and its possibilities, of growth and prosjierlty Insures most liberal re turns on tbe investment. A marke., could bo created to all points between Spokane and Thompson Falls, Mont. None or these supply their own de mand for grain. They are a'l In a timbered belt, Impracticable for tbe production of grain. Ratbdrum prairie can supply these nearby and gruwing markets, all of which have to Import their supply. All that Is needed Is someone to gather the grain from the harvest fields and Oiling the orders for alt these points. The sup ply Is here, the demand is there; the market does not ueed to bo created, it already exists; and the man who builds an elevator at this point is sured of prosperity beyond a doubt. as Hon. S. P. Donnelly, chairman of the democratic state committee dur ing tho late campaign, was in the city Sunday, on his way to his home at Lukeview. Mr. Donnelly labored hard and conscientious y for demo cratic success, but his efforts were unavailing, not through lack of abili ty on his part but because fate ruled otherwise. The Surveyor General of Idaho. Hon. Ernest G. Engleston, is calling for bids foi the survey of 17 town ships of land in the central and north ern portions of tbe state. Thl* means the opening of 3,448 quarter sections to settlement. A consider able portion of this is fine timber land In the central and southern portions ot this county.—Herald. O ving to the delay of Kootenai, Lemhi and Noz Perce counties in sending In their elettlon returns, the state canvassing board could not complete its work at the meeting of Nov. 21th. It meets again today, and the exact result in the state will be known. Henry Keyser, a prosperous farm' er of Priest River, is In town to-day. Bj paying $1.50 you can get the Toledo B ade and the Silver Blade for one year. The Thanksgiving hall was cessful and brilliant afialr. Mrs. Bradshaw and Miss May Lavln are visiting in Spokane. Teacheis examination is being ducted at the court house. Jos. Laviu is up from Sp kane. a SUC ton Commissioners Proceedings. Saturday Oct. 18 1902— Board mot at 10 a ui pursuant to adjourn ment. Minutes of yesterday read and approved. The following hills were allowed: A N Tucker sup for road appro $11 L Y Lyons wk on rd appro Jes Paire wk on rd appro C Whitiker wk on rd appro C J Thomas serv ovsr rd dst 29 28 O W Schilling wk on rd appro 200 J A Sloop freight pd on booths 3 27 The report of S. J Thomas as over seer of road dlst No 29, was on mo tion duly anproyed. The petition of J M Bascue, Edwin Doust, et al for a public road in Twp, 61, range 2 east was approvod and Spencer Doust and Walter Sweet were appointed viewers on same, and the county surveyor Is ordered to survey same and report. The bond for said petition was also approved. The petition of Henry B. Baker, Mike Smith et al, for a public road in Twps 58 and 59 was on motion ap proved. and the right of way deeds accompantng said petition, and there being no dissenting land owners, and said road having already been opened the same Is hereby declared a public, highway, without viewing and sur veying and the county surveyor is hereby ordered to plat same, as a pub lic highway. Board than took a re cess until 1:30 p m. Afternoon session.— The peti tion of Ed BJorouson ct a), for a pub lic road beginning at Moravia siding and ending at what is known as the Bonners Ferry and Moravia road, was on motion approved, and It Burke and S Murphy are hereby appointed as viewers on same. The county sur veyor with the viewers herein appoin ted are Instructed to view out and survey said road and the bond for the above petition was approved. The petition of A Nacarratto, F Mal et al for a road commencing where the road comes around the point of Hill on the north side of C'ai ey's Ferry running north to foot of Hill, t.hunce following hill as close as practicable, to intersect same road, distance about J of mile was approv ed, and C Lemley and I C Finstad is appointed as viewers on same, The county surveyor and the viewers here in appointed are hereby instructed to view out and survey said road, and make their report to this board, The bond for same was approved. The petition of Geo. W. Carey. T. Presta and others for a road as fol lows, commencing at Careyi roud, about 300 fen south of house and fol* 'owing down Fend 'Oredle river as close as p : ct'cable, to the west s'de of tec 32 Ip 50 ng 4 w b m., was on motion approved and C Lemley and J C Flnstead, are hereby appointed as viewers on same. The county sur veyor and viev/er we;e inst.ucted to v'ew out and survey said road, and the' bond was duty approved. The petition of L Y Lyons, Chas. Waggoner et al, for a public road as follows, beginning at the quarter post iietweeu sections 16 and 17, tp 50 rng 5 west thence north 3-4 of a mile fol lowing the section line between sec's 8 and 9, to a point Intersecting the Post Falls and State Line road was approved and M A Hickey and Hiram Herring are hereby appointed viewers on same. The county curveyof with the viewers we*e instructed to view out and survey said road, and their bond wus approved. The cost bills in the sur eying of the St Joe river road, were taken up, and audited and allowed: J S Fergu son viewer, $24; F G Scott viewer, $24; H A Burton chainman, $16; G L 3 33 3 Britt's Disease The largest sum ever paid for a pre scription. changed hands in San Fran cisco, Alt ;. 30, 1901. The 1 , 1 'Bi'sfer in volved In col. I and slock $1)2,500.00 and was paid by a party of business men fo.- a spec 1 tic for Bright's Disease and Diabetes, hitherto iocdiable dis ease®. They commenced the se loos inves aiRnUou of the specific Nov. 15, 1900. They Interviewed scores of the cured and tried it out on its merits by put ting over three dozen cases ou the treatment and watching them. They also got physicians to na .«e chionic, incnrab'e case®, a-'d ad nbi stered It wi :h the physicians for judge®. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the test cases weie either well or grossing favo'ably. There being but thirteen per cent of failures, the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. The proceed ings of the Investigating committee and the clinical reportsof the test es were published and will be mailed free on application, Fulton Company, 420 Montgomery St. San Fraucisco, Cal. pro. cas Address John J. IF YOU ARE A FARMER ßpd have ope Sept Buy a postal card and send to The New York Tribune Farmer, New York City, fora free specimen copy. The Tribune Farmer is a National Illustrated Agricultural Weekly for Farmers and their families, and stands at the head of the agricultural press. The price Is $1.00 per year, but if you like It you can secure It with your own favorite local newspa per, The Silver Blade, Uathdrum, Idaho, at a bargain. Both papers one year only $1.50. Send your order and money to "The Silver Blade." Gordon chainman, $6: R O Chapman axeman, $6; P L Rockwell chainman, $10. The clerk of the board of coun ty commissioners was instructed to notify W W Ferrell, Rochet Bros, and Paul Rochet, to appear before the board on Tuesday Nov. 18 at Rathdrutn and show cause why the St. Joe road should not be opened. The cost bill in the surveying of the Harrison and Beauty Bay road, were audited and allowed: W S Slayton viewer, Geo Edelblute chainman Henry VanZes ' Jno Hein axman D S Wright • The report of the surveyor and viewers was approved and said road declared a public highway, port of A Burroughs, as overseer road dlst 42 was approved. The following bibs were allowed: G II Crane wk rd ovsr. Tacie Bartleson, tkng testimny lu 3 cases befoie J P. $30 18 20 6 2 The re $30 32 20 M A Burroughs rd ovsr dis 42 26 50 At this time the board adjourned until Tuesday tbe 21st at 10 a m. HOPE ITEMS. The Foresters gave a ball Thanks giving night. J. K. Ashley Is in Hope this week and doing some surveying for Clarks Fork people. The Foresters of Sandpoint have purchased a block from I. Weil at that place and will build a hall in the near future. Mr. McDougal of tbe Hope saw mill Is fitting up a boose. Miss Nellie Cookson has written to some of her friends and says she wili be home for Christmas. Supt. Russell, A. E. and Ray Nin tit-man spent Sunday hunting and brought back a large bunch of ducks. C.W. Hutchinson was found dead Sunday morning, in the resort Della B irns. An inquest held by Coroner Barker und Dr. Page brought a ver dict of death from unknown causes. A son of deceased suspects foul play and may bave the contents of the stomach analyzed. The remains were taken to Sandpoint for burial. The tenth birthday of Miss Hazel, the beautiful daughter of Mrs. Mis ner, was handsomely celebrated last week. A partial list of the invited guests was Louie Hunter, Pearl Brem en, S- I. Smith, Carl Nlnneman, Ray Ninneinan, Miss Allbaugh and Miss Hrewen. Twelve or more girl friends of tbe charming little hostess were present arrayed In dainty paper cos tumes representing the various hues of the rainbow. The Japanese Idea of decoration predominated in the room and was elaborately arranged, «âmes were plaved and handsome presents bestowed and altogether a most pleasant time was had. Advertising is the means by which a business man can reach those who do not at present know of the value of what he has to sell, nor the worth of his methods of doiog business. Crenshaw & Wright, Real Estate Dealers Rathdrum, Idaho. The following BARGAINS offered for the next two w^eks: Four roomed house and 5 lots on North side of truck for Î800. are 240 acres nw 14 of see 19 sH of sw * sec 18 tp M. r6 w; all fenced: 7 acres lu timothy; Broom house; iiar.i 18x24 with sheds; 55 000 ft. of saw timber; well and pump; fill fruit trees for the »um of $2700. 600 acres near Hayden laKe. all feneea; run ning water through land; most all under cultivation; ut Ï20 per acre; would mtiKe ono of the best stoch ranches in county. 210 Acre Farm, good spring water, a small creek running through It, 40 acres In tim othy. ICO acres under fence. 40 acres hot torn land easily cleared up. good hum 40x80. house ana out buildings and gar den. seven hundred thousand feet good saw timber, five thoiisuml ties. This is a snap buy. lies 8 miles east of Ruthanim adjoining the Prickett ranch. Price Street Licht» »«cured by Town Council. At a special meeting of the council Monday night a proposition from a Chicago firm, for lighting the streets was accepted. Three lamps, costing $50, were ordered, and it is hoped they will arrive before the meeting of the district court, Dec. 8th. They will be placed on Main St. one at each end of the business center and one half way between. Gasoline will be used. It is estimated that each lamp will consume a quart of the oil. The cost of running the three lights will be 30 cents a night, the expense to be borne by the village treasury. VPIlmbu»»« Mi'it Sei ve bis Life Sentence. Boise, Ida., Nov. 24,—The famous case of the state against G. II. H. Wlimbusse for the murder of Probate Judge J. C. Brady of Kootenai county has been decided by the supreme court, the judgement of the lower court being affirmed. The murder was committed July 5, 1901. The jury refused to grant a new trial. Settlers in Cougar gulch and the vicinity south of Post Falls are ex periencing considerable annoyance from the action of squatters on un surveyeil land, who, having no fences to protect their crops, have resorted to the extreme measure bf shooting stock that happen to stray upon their land. One rancher ha3 lost one yearl ing heifer, being shot through the bead, while another bad a cow shot in the head with bird shot. The set tlers threaten to make an example of the next man caught in the act of killing or injuring stock. The union Thanksgiving services at tbe Presbyterian church were well attended. The sermon by Rev. C. T. Cook was a model of its kind and eli cited favorable comment. Rheumatism Cured at last Good News For All Who Suffer With Rheumatism Free. To all who suffer with Rheumatism I will gladly send free the wonderful story of how my mother was cured af ter years of suffering, together with the most elaborate treatise on Rheu matism ever published. No matter what your form of Rheu matism is, whether acute, chronic, muscular, inflammatory, déformant, scipue, nein Bigla, gout, lumbago, r-no matter how many doctors have failed id your cose—no matter how many socalled "sure cures t.ied—I want you to write to me and let me veil you how mother was cured. 1 am a Doctor nor a Profes imply a plain man of bust but I have a CUBE for r.heumatisru, and I want to tell everyone who suffers with Rheumatism all aboutit. I wish to be cle. -ly undeistood, that ail who are suffering with this terrible disease, peyond the reach of erne. etc you have SOI ne-c — ?nd trust b v/eve. appi>.ei> 'v . will w ice to me this day am, I vu 1 »end you uv return mail this wo; k of mine I ap peal especially to the "chionically ill" who are we. lied and discouraged with doctoring" and to those who have been cast ..«dde as • 'incurable." All you have thought aboiu Rheumatism may be wrong. Send me your address today—a pos «> «"I »'■' 1"—«| I -m mu p ,„„ thla wonderful a,,,,,. 1, 1 any friends suffering with Rheuma tlsm no matter where located, me their address i 4 Lei me tell you experience. Su ely, if you have Rheu matism, or have a suffo'ing friend, It will pay you to investigate anyway, and prove for yourself these claims I make. our my offer, send bttKI jnd 1 will mall them a CODV Mv iHrlmco Ic vinmeAw !>l> address is VICTOR ItAINROLT, RloomHpIrl Wi uww, JJiOUimield, loci. I 5 HOSS ANP * J^UBBSRS. At Larsen Bros. Jr We have a Complete line of Shoes and Rubbers for Men, Boys, Women and Children. The Best make to be had. Call and look over our STOCK. LAUSEN BROS. Healers In Groceries, Hardware, Hay, Grain, Yegetables, Fruit, RATH DRUM, IDAHO. Etc. Etc. saaxm îïlVi- -'''•ialÜ'Ä&S : : '■ ->!HARDWAREfc A FULL and COMPLETE LÏNE of Hardware, Tinware, VENETIAN WARE. Ranges, Stoves, Utensils, Guns and Ammunition; tacks, nails, pans, palls and kei'les. TOOLS—OF ALL KINDS—Logger's tools, chains saw, axes, Swamp hooks, woodchopper's tools, etc. _Everything you want In the Hardware line. KW-COME AND SEE TJ9 BEFORE GOING TO SPOKANE. YOU WILL KIND •tHATOUU PltlOES ARE ALM0 N 9T p AS K L0W ANDIN MANYCA8ÙS LOW H. REINIGER, PROPRIETOR, RATHDRUM, IDAHO. IgSKSs; ^ 3 fc-Fv F. WENZ..M, D Physician and Surgeon, >1 KATUDRUM. IDAHO *100 REWARD Thu A. It. T. A. No. 50. will give a reward of 150 to any person or persons for the nrrest and conviction of any person or persons stealing, driving awuv. shooting, poisoning, killing any livestock of any members of the association. Jun 27 tf or CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, NOv. a. 1902. A sufficient contest affidavit having heen (lied in this office by Eugene Denzel. Of Spo kane. Wash., contestant, against. Homestead ent ry No. 2224. made October 8, 1900, for seti see 2 tp 53 u, range 4 W B M, bv Moses J. Monroe, and said entryman has wholly abandoned and failed to reside upon, cultivate or improve any part of said laud from date of entry upto the present time: and that said alleged absence from the said land was not due to his employment In the army. navy, or marine corps of the Unit ed States as a private soldier, officer, seaman or murine, during the war with Spain, ing any other war in which the United may be engaged. Said parties itro hereby notified to appear, respond and ofTerevidcnee touching said allegation at. 10 o'clock a. m. on Junnnry 16. 1903 before the Register and Re ceiver at the United States Land OITlce in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. The said contestant having. In a proper affidavit, filed Sept. 22nd, 1902. set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not he made. It Is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. n7 dl2 D. H. BUDLONG. Register. Ol d in state» Alias Summons. In the Justice Court, Clark's Fork Precinct. Kootenai County. State of Idaho. Before I). F. Vaughan, Justice of tne Peace. John ltecd. Plaintiff 1 vs. y W. II. Welch, Defendant. I , The State of Idaho sends Greeting to W. H. Wele.i, Defendant. You are hereby summoned and required 00 iepr in an action brought against you by the uoove named plaintiff in the Justice Court of Clurks Fork precinct. Kootenai county. sU.ie of Idano, before tho under sijjuec' as justice of the peace of and for said precinc« comity and state, and to answer oefoiö said Irsifce of the peace at his office near the v* iage of Ciarks Fork in said pre cinct. comity and state, and answer the coni oh' uu °r vhe Plaintiff in said action on t»ie IOl.i ai.y uf December 1002 at the hour of - o clock p. in. The said action is brought to iccover from you the sum of Eight and *20-100 nouai s, for and on account of merchandise so c and delivered to you at your special i stence and request and for costs of suit you are further notified that attuehmcni ha» ?«,l s8ue<1 1,1 tml(i suit und levied upon (Ï41.W), moneys In tho possession of the Northern Pacific Railway Company, a cor poration, In said precinct, county and stale SL mim to I 0 ," y«« &ru hereby iat ,f ,y? u ' a " to appear and an complaint as above required said 1 lain tiff will take judgement against you for the sum of (18.2ft) and cost» of t Ills action D. F. VAUGHAN. ' J ustice of the Peace. to II n"-d5 TIMBER LAND ACT, JUNE 3,1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, November 3,1902. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance June 3 ,e |»"5''»nmi l8 i 0f î he aetof Congress of Ihnw i!?'s e , nt l t ie6"A n act for the sale of ïïîüw " ll, P b ln Die States of California. Ore gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory " au extended to all the Public Land Suites by »Äw sr « a v * lu ? b 1« f° r ite timber o d r establish hi f< ü Ii a P ri l c«lfcuiHl purposes, and to establish his claim to said Yann before iim d' A*le S ne r Stf C6l îv Cr thl. office at Coe ? 0fJanu e àîy, a i h fl?3 O " Wü<lntlBd "y' t '* e 14th Ch \ny oi?d'"u ° f G ™ ,,lt, ' t Idaho" 1 ' 0 ' " nd Af ' „W? LSH?°"a SC,l * lm,n * adversely • I . . 1 sei ibed lands are reouosted tn ai« Uth davofTu" 'hi* office on or before said n:-l9 y ' Janui "ï 1«J3, D. H. BUDLONG Register. the TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE - Notice for Publication.— United States Land Office, J-Oftup d'Alene, Idaho, Nov. 15, JÖ02. iSäs:^ ment ÎNfo. 111$ fiirihpm,»?u 8 s worn state Section No! pi In Town'shVn ^râ^ Lot 4 ' * :, "6 wmght i^TO*^Vj?uaSS« t r Hno T r, *^T ;l " 1 **® S ?«£ JanUi * r)r ' ' Mo,lda y' the »*th duy of 3 1878 of He name» n s ,. i,„„ . . George H. Welch" Muv S< i» : Jo ' n K ' "'bite. S. hlemliin an of Gr. nl und . all persons elalmin^ .'a'^i? 11 )' 0 - , A "y «nd tlosftribHd lands a'; ^, ve ? e > t,,c above claims in this oirw rtîfî 11 t0 th«lr of January , ^11 ur b T^^ ald ^thday ..»Ii?, n. n * »■ ■ BUDLONG, Register J - H ' . EDWIN Mc BEE, Attorney at lav, MATHDUUX. IDAHO TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3. 1878 —NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United St.itbb Lamp Orne*, i Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. Sept. 10,1902. ( Notice I» hereby given that in compliant» with the previsions of the act of Congress of June S, 1»7S, entitled "An act f.w the timber lands III the Statu of tinl f.wr.ia, Ore gon, Nevada and Washington T sritory," a, extended to ull the Thiblie Laitr! '.-.tutespy act of August!, ISVi. A une E. Wilson, of Ru.hjreu, eounty of Kootenai, state of Idaho, has ti.i* day tlie(i In this office hei »worn st lernen» No. 103» for the purchase of the E idU V. Lots a nod 4 of Section No. JO ir iownsbio No. 54 N. Range No. a. W. B. M.. and will of i r proof to show that the land sought Is ixori» valueable for its timber or stone then fur agricultural purposes, und to establish hi» olnlni to said land bein' n the lleeistei unit Receiver of this office at Coeur 'll A lene. Id., on Sat urday, the 12 day of Doccu.t>ur., 1902. He names as witnesses: Stephen Adams. Hiram M. Stotenhuig. Al berto. C. Slocum, and Elbuih K Taylor, al, of Riithdrutn. Idaho. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-disertbed land» ar i reqnested to file their claims In this offiec on or before said tilth day of December. t&OI. 1« uf D. H. Budlobo. Register s2tin28 TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNK 3, 1878. —Notice for Publication — United state- Land Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idulio, October #th. 19OT. Notice Is hereby given that In cor.rplutnoe with the provisions of the act of Congress er June 3,18,8. entitled "All act for the sale of timber lauds In lh - States of California, Ore gon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the I'nbllc Land states by act of August 4, 1MH. ANTHONY M. FOX, Spokane, eounty of Spokane, htuto of Wash ington. has this day hied la this office Ft» »worn .statement No. 11*75. for tbe purchase o? the S!4 of NE»4 and S«i <if NW>* of Sec No 24. Tp No 53 n. Range No 5 \V 11 M, and wll! ofler proof to show that, the land sought fa mur» valuable for its limber or atone than fi. agri cultural purposes, und to establish fits (A'-lm to said land before the Regi-ter and Re, Ivor r d'Aleùe, off of this office at Ooo Monday the 22nd day of Decc-mlirr, tUQ. He names as witnesses: >VT'l»arn ltalhs. Mary A. Fox, aud Louis Brill all of Spokane. Washington, and Charles Brekoll ot l.'avh drum, Idaho. Any and ail persons claiming adversely above-described lands are reqested te fil» their claims in this office on or before Maid 22nd day of December. IUQ3. D. H. BUDLONG Keg later. >dab4> or. olOdl'J TIMBER LAND Art JUNE 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United State» Land Office, t'oeurd'Alene. Idaho. November 8, [902. Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provision» of the act of Congre»» of .laue a 187S, entitled "An act fur the »nie of timber lands In the States of California, Ore gon. Nevada and Washington Terril ory." as extended to ull the Ktlb'lc Land Slates by act uf August 4. It«-.'. CATHERINE L. BOURN, of Uathdrum, coumy of Kootenai, state of Idaho, has this day filed iu thlsolfUm her sworn statement No 1113. for the pur chase of the NE*4 of Section No. 3f> Tp Si n range 4 w h in, and will offer proof to »bow that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for am ioultural poses, and to establish her ohiim to said before the Register and Rocelvor of this offlee at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho on Tuesday, tho 20th day of January. 1003, Ho names as witnesses: Nutt G riff lu Wil liam GUI. John Lions and William Andrew", all of Rathdrum. Idaho. Any and nil perrons claiming adversely the armve-deserlbcd lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or befuro said 20t)i day of January. 1003. U14 jttt-U3 D. II. BUDLONG. Kegh b r. f iur n lid Notice of Bond Sale. Notice I« hereby given thul School District No, 58, of Kootenai Ooun ty. Idaho, will »ell two bonds to tho amount of 1700.00 each, one of said bonds being payable four year» from date of Issue, and the other eight years from date of issue, each bear>ug interest at a rate not to exceed six per coot per annum, paya ble annually; said bond» bring Issued for the purpose of erecting and cqutpiug à school house ln said School District. Said bids will he received for said bond- by the Board of School Trustees of said School District until the hour of 4 o'clock of Deo. -7. 1902. at the office of the Clerk of said Board of school Trustees of said School dl»> riet. The right to reject any and ail bids Is re erved. Each bid should be directed to L. W. Fahl Clerk of School District No, M, Elm.ra, Idaho. By order of School trustees of District No. 56. Kootenai County, Idaho. Dated this 13th day of November, Jlkrl, FRED B. RAY. Chairman. L. W, KAHL. Clerk. Il21dl2 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Coour d'Alene Idaho. No / 13.1KB. Notice is hereby given that the following* named »etiler has Hid notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his elalm. and that said broof wilt he made before the Register anil Receiver at Coeur d'Alene. Ida, ho. on December 23, 1902. viz: THEOPORfc J NICOLAI. Hd. 1260 for the sw}* uwj*. lot 4 sec 2 tp 51 11 , r 6 » He names the following witnesses to pW« Ida continuous residence upon aud cultD» lion nfsaid land viz: David F. Finney. An-» ion Binder. Gust.»ve Nicolai and Edward H, Rriidhitry all of Rathdrum. Idaho. 1114 dl« D, U, BUDLONG. Register b m.