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Not as Wann Yet as It Will
Be a Little later
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but our spring suits are going very rapidly Our $8.50,
$10.00, $12.50 and $15 Suits are all new and nob
by patterns and going rapidly since we have reduced the
prices. We have an immense line of all the new, nobby,
up to date shape» in hats, which are selling during this clearing sale at 40c
$1 and $1.to, which means a saving uf from 75c to$1,50 on purchase during
tills clearing sale.
Special Shoe Sale Next Week.
Just received from the Manufacturers 800 Pairs of new and up to date, also a big
line of Cruisers Shoes.
Our Price $1 25:
Regular Price $2 00
" 2 50
" 3 50
These are the Greatest Opportunities ever offered in
Rathdrum.
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Manor & Mulledy,
Rathdrum, Idaho.
Fifty Years the Standard
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Highest Honors World's Fair
Highest tests U.S. Gov't Chemists
PRICE BAKING POWDCN OO.
_ CHICAGO _
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Aut.o-eet-it is best.
Did you try !t?-What!-Auto-eet
Edgar Sheffield is up from Spokane
today.
Pianos for sale by G. R. Klopf, ag
ent lor the instruments.
H. L. Carlton, of Bonners Ferry
wan visiting in town Saturday.
Stewart Young returned, Sun
day, front lleppner, Oregon.
Auto-eel —a nice white, moist loaf.
G. E. Coleman of Hauser, was,
transacting business in Rath
drum, Tuesday.
G. R- Klopf, undertaker and em
balraer.
Mrs. E. W. Thorpe lias laid in
a complete stock of first class
stationery.
Klopf carries a full line of carpets
and linoleums.
The death of Thomas A. Wad-
dle has created a vacancy in the
justice of the peace office.
-On Monday of last week,
Married:
by Justice J. R. Wilson, John Nelson
of Seattle and Laura A. Tubbs, of
Memphis, Tcnn.
A nice white, moist loaf—Auto-eet.
WANTED—YOUNG MEN to prepare for Gov
ernment Positions. Fine openings in alT De
partments. Good Salarie». Rapid Promo
tions. Examinations soon. Particulars I- ree.
Inter-State Cor. Inst., Cedar Rapids, la.
3m— "aus.
Charles Stevens, a nephew of J. W.
Handy, is visiting at the latter's
home at this place. Mr. Stevens ar
rived last Friday, from Gentry Co.,
Mo.
Itis true that- the best flour is
made near at home—Auto-eet.
Do you Mice Burr ground Graham
Cable Milling Co's.
Furniture, racket goods, porcelain
and crockery ware at Klopf's.
The best made—Auto-eet.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect.
F. Wenz.
Postmaster J >hn Peters, has re
ceived from Congressman Burton L.
French, a letter informing him that
an inspector will arrive, shortly, to
investigate the proposed rural free
mail delivery route 00 the prairie.
1 or sale bj* Dr.
If you want good bread use XXX
Kalispell,
manufactured in
Flour,
Mont., of Dakota Winter Wheat.
For Sale By
Larsen Bros.
of
ger
In fact the best flour made—Auto
eet.
FOR SALE: All kinds of Fresh
cows for sale by Gust Peters. Ilauser
Junction, Idaho.
The new gasoline boat of T. L.
Quarles and Dr. D. F. Hollister,
has been launched on Fish lake,
lt runs beautifully. on
"Strength and vigor come of good in
food, duly digested. 'Force', a ready
to serve wheat and barley food, adds
no burden, but sustains, nourishes,
invigorates."
J. Or. Humes, who departed
Monday, with his family, for
Goldendale, Wash., soldliisplace
to A. W. Anstine of Spokane, by
Young, Duff & Rrundage.
FOR SALE: From 1 to 500 acres
of deeded land situated on the Elec
tric road line. Also improvements
on 148 acres homestead. Inquire oi
B. M. Ross, 2 miles cast of Post Falls
may 15
The Frank Dahlgreen ranch
near Ramsey, was sold this week
to John Litchfield, of Oxford,
Iowa. Young, Duff & Brundage
made the sale.
Justice.!. 11. Kenedy, of Post
Falls, was in town Wednesday,
attending court. Mr. Kenedy
has been subpoenaed as a wit
ness in the case of Clark Bartlett
vs. McGillis & Gibbs, to recover
salary unpaid.
I will buy or sell your land right
now, if your price is right. Write
me at once. II. L, Moody, Box 1074
may8
Joseph Buckle says the timo
thy is growing rapidly on. his
prairie farm. A small patch of
clover also in fine condition, and
promises better crops than al
falfa.
Anyone buying 100 pieces of porce
lain dishware atKlopf's, is allowed a
rebate of 10 per cent.
Mrs. C. L. Heitman and child
ren and her mother, Mrs. S. L.
Smith, were visiting with her
sister, Mrs. AJlbaugh, at H»pe,
Friday and Saturday of last
week. They returned home Sun
day.
Prohate Judge F. A. McCall
has appointed Mrs. Jeannette
M. Whitenack, administratrix of
her late husband's estate near
Athol.
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in
Idaho.
Spokane, Washington.
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pressions
good-will, concerning the change
in the paper.
Various improvements are be
ing made m the lawns and flower
gardens of the town.
A Farmer Straight« net! Out,
"A man-living on a farm near here
came in a short time ago completely
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand
ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Ba'.m and told him to use it freely
and if not satisfied after using it he
need not pay a cent for it," says C. P.
Rayder, of Pattens Mills, N. Y..
few days later he walked into the
store as straight as a string anil
handed me a dollar saving, 'give me
another bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. I want it in the bouse all the
time for it cured me.
Dr. F, Wenz.
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Tbe board of village trustees
met last night. A few bills were
allowed and some preliminary
discussion was had regarding
ways and means of future pro
cedure.
Wm. and Ernest Reinhart
started their mill Monday. Their
work, at present, is but prelim
inary as they are sawing lumber
to finish the building of the mill.
The late Thomas A. Waddle
carried flOOO insurance in the
Modern Woodmen of America.
A check for the amount will be
received by Mrs. Rachel N. Wad
dle, wife of the deceased, from
the head camp, in about two
weeks.
The county commissioners re
turned from the southern part
of the county, Saturday, and re
sumed work in session. They
found the roads in very bod con
dition in the St. Maries and the
St. Joe country. They will not
be in session after this week.
An old but serviceable range
for sale at a bargain. Inquire
at this office.
Mrs. Anna Reiniger lias pur
chased from Jos. Porier, the
frame building between the bricks
of Manor and Hart. This build
ing lias been occupied by the In
dependent Saloon. Mrs. Reini
ger will tear it down and build a
brick.
C. W. Royee departed Tuesday
morning for I airfield, Neb., ùp
on «*e»pt of a telegram inform
in K that his father was not
expected to live. Mi. llo^cc vas
serving as a trial juror but was
excused by agreement of the
counsel, the case being tried by
eleven jurors.
Mrs- Royce received a telegram
this morning saying that Mr.
Royce's father is recovering.
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J. W. Handy is about with his
tight arm and shoulder bound
in position. The shoulder was
broken at one of the immovable
joints and is now knitting. Dr.
Wenz states that scarcely one
man in a hundred, injured in
this manner, ever escape with
out a broken neck.
By
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LOST:—Small purse contain
ing a $5 bill and some small
change. Return to Tbibune of
fice and receive reward.
B. F. Bourn, who was elected
second delegate to represent the
local camp of the Modern Wood
men of America, at the State
camp, departed, Monday for
Lewiston where the session was
held Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. Bourn took his little daugh
ter, Emma, with him, as far as
Rosalia, Wash, to visit her
;randparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Riggs of that place. On his re
turn Mr. Bourn will stop in Mos
cow and Rosalia and w ill arrive
home about Monday next.
J. W. Ferguson was in town,
Monday, from Blacktail, and re
ports another rich strike on the
Mexico. In driving No. 2 tunnel,
which was started to cut the north
and south vein of ore that gave
such rich values on the surface,
another rich vein, 2 feet wide, was
encountered,
made last Saturday and is 75 feet
from the mouth of the tunnel. Mr.
Ferguson says, "We are now pros
pecting this vein and think it is
just as rich as the north and south
vein which we will cut, 75 feet a
head, by continueing this tunnel.
This will givo us 250 feet depth on
the rich ore shoot.
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood sonic
one has died from an attack of colic
or cholera morbus, often before medi
cine could be procured or a physician
summoned. A reliable remedy for
these diseases should be kept at hand.
The risk is too great for anyone to
take. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubt
edly saved the lives of more people
and relieved more pain and suffering
than any other medicine in use. It
can always be depended upon. For
sale by Dr. F. Wenz.
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Mrs. C. II. Peters is contem
plating anot lier grand millinery
sale about June 10, or 11.
E. P. Manor is superintending
the construction of a residence
for C. H. Mulledy.
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Buried Under Woodmen Anipioe*.
Last Saturday forenoon the mortal
remains of Tbomas A. Waddle were
laid to rest in Pine Grove cemetery
under the auspices of the Modern
Woodmen of America, of which the
deceased was an honored member. The
Woodmen congregated tbe hall at
10 o'clock a.m., and were formed In a
line two abreast, with J. C. Callahan
as captain; J. G Koch, acting consul;
B. F. Bourn, master of ceremonies,
and C. T. Cook, worthy advisor. Ser
vices were held at the M. E. church,
Rev, C. T. Cook, officiating. The
march to the cemetery began at 11:30.
The Woodmen led In military order,
b.dng followed by the hearse, and the
pall bearers, C. H. Thomas, W. II.
Andrus, Grant Vess, August Peters,
F. D. Haines and Geo. W. Koch. Then
came the mourners and the long pro
cession in carnages and on foot. Ar
riving at the grave the Woodmen
formed in wedge shape about tbe bier,
the point at the head of the grave,
according to the funeral rites of the
order. The mourners and officers oc
cupied the space inside the wedge.
Acting Consul Koch, standing at the
foot of the open grave, pronounced
the impressive funeral service of the
order. The singing of "Nearer My
God, to Thee", was also a beautiful
feature of the last rites. The funer
al was well conducted and the pro
cession bespoke the esteem in which
the deceased was held by the com
munity.
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Another robbery has taken place at
Bonners Ferry. On April 24, while
asleep in a tent Frank Husson was
robbed of a pockctbook containing
$20 in bills and a certificate of de
posit for $275 on the Traders Nation
al bank, of Spokane. Andy Bannctt
was arrested charged with the crime,
and it was proven that he had had
the certificate of deposit. He was
heard In Justice O'Callagpan's court
and bound over to the grand jury in
$1000 bonds. Deputy Sheriff Doust
brought him to Rathdrum last Fri
day. Bennett claims that a man
named "Frank" gave him the certifi
cate on finding it was not negotiable.
"Frank" could not be found.
URKATLV ALARSIKl)
By a Fertigten t Cough, but Permanently
Cured by Chamberlain'« Cough Keinedy,
Mr. II. P. Burbage, a student at
law, iu Greenville, S. C. had been
troubled fur four or five years with a
continuous cough which he says,
"greatly alarmed me, causing me to
fear that I was In the first stage ol
consumption." Mr. Burbage, having
seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
advertised, concluded to try it. Now
read what he says of it: "I soon felt
a remarkable change and alter using
two bottles of the 25 cent size, was
permanently cured." Sold by Dr. F.
Wenz.
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The most palatable sandwich Is
made by using bread made from Auto
eet.
Joseph La Roque, of Springs!or,
was in town, Wednesday, on business.
B. O. Graham, of the Cable
Milling company, was in town
Wednesday, to set a date for trial
of the injunction case of James
Monahan vs. the Cable Milling Co.
Willis Sweet was also in town rep
resenting the plaintiff for the same
purpose.
BRAIN-FOOD NONSENSE.
Another ridiculous food fad lias
been branded by the most competent
authorities. They have dispelled the
silly notion that one kind of food is
needed for brain, another 'or muscles,
and still another for bones. A correct
dlat will not only nourish a particu-
lar part of the body, but It will sus-
tain every othor part. Yet, however
good your food may be, its nutriment
is destroyed by indigestion or dyspep-
sia. You must prepare for their ap-
pearance or prevent their coming by
taking regular doses of Green's Aug-
ust Flower, the favorite medicine of
the healthy millions. A few doses
aids digestion, stimulates the liver to
healthy action, purifies the blood, and
makes you feel buoyant aud vigorous.
You can get this reliable remedy at
Dr. F. Wenz drug store. Price 25c
and 75c.
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WANTED-SEVERAL PERSONS OF OIIAU
ac un and good reputation In each statu (one
county required) to represent am ad
vertise old established wealthy business
house of solid flnauelnl standing. Salary
*31.00 weekly with expenses additional, all
payable lu cash direct eaeli Wednesday from
head offices. Horen and carriage furnished
when
addressed envelope. Colonial Co., T4 Dear
Ijoi-ii St.. Chicago.
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In this
essarv. References. Enclose self
Tiie Fashion Barber Shop.
Peters & Ford, Prop's
Second Door West of
Meat Market.
Itathdruui, Idulio
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Parties intending to purchase real estate can
jli assure themselves of this fact by requiring an ab
vS stract of title before they purchase. This can be
j|^ had by calling on or writing to the
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FISHING TACKLE OF ALL RINDS
W e have Just received a full line of the llriest fishing tackle, and
a large number of Squirrel Guns.
We have also
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Placed an order for a Car Load of Barb wire and nails, and when
this arrives we will dlsptss of same at Spokane Prices. Don't Send
away—Remember we keep the fullest lino of Hardware in Kootenai
county.
Farming tools, Cooking Utensils, etc., etc.
Stoves, Ranges, Tinware, Graniteware, Woodeuware,
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HENRY REINIGER, Puor.
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Land For Sale, Some of the best farms in Koote
nai County, arid HAVE MADE some of the best SALES. We
have a class of Customers that DliMANDS the BEST, arid to sup
ply that demand we want to list some mi re Good, First-Class
FARMS. If you want to Sell. Come in and list your land with us
and WE WILL do the lest; or if you want to buy, CALL ON US.
We are here to Please our Customer«, as well as Profit for Ourselves.
Office Second Door East of Mountain View Hotel.
RATHDR'JM,
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IDAHO.
Jim Dumps was a most unfriendly man
Who lived his life on a hermit plan.
He'd never stop for a friendly smile,
But trudged along in his moody style
TUI "Force"one day was served to him—
8!nce then they call him " Sunny Jim.
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The Bead; to-Serve Cereal
a better builder
than a vacation.
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Novae Tlroo of It.
"I am considerably advanced towards eighty years
of age. I have of late been almost rojuvenoted by the
nr.e of your very excellent preparation, which you have
rightly designated as 'Force.' Never tire of it.
''E. CATTBRMCM."
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of RATHDRUM, IDAHO.
Crenshaw & Wright.
Buys and Sells real estate on commission. Town proper
ty for sale. We have a list of good farms and timber lands for sale.
We loan money on improved farms at reasonable rates.
Crenshaw $■ Wright, liathdrunv, Idaho.
Address:
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Rathdrum, Idaho.
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Buys Warrants, takes Pepos
Docs General Banking
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i W, A. HART, Pres. |
Rathdrum Lumber Co.
Christie, Shaner, Gaa & Co.
ALL KINDS OF
Hough Lumber on hand.
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ALL OBDEBS GIVEN
PROMPT ATTENTION.
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E. P. Dyer
JEWELER and
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WATCHMAKER
»Special Attention
Given to Repair Work.
Cilice
2nd Door Fast of P. O'
Rath d rum, Jdaiïo.
H. BANGS
PINE LAND.
BOX 2 .
idaho.
Rathdrum
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