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STATE OF IDAHO. the 1 ; to Senators—Fred Dubois. W. It. Heyburn. Gongrcs-rrn n Sum erne J udije—J. F, AUhlo. ijn T. MoriUon. >r-J. M Stevens. te~\V. II. Gibson. Turner. . I F rend». Purl j j in I 1 I in j I ' I i as to LiviiU; liant V.. I-04411/ of S Ilroi •iisure**— -H. II. Coffin. pi t rhtodor A 3 i" May !.. Fcott. Su;«t. lobile o.striK-tloi Bti.tn Attorney—. 1 . '»'• I» t,,r of Mi ties fiey. Hobt. Hell. KOOTENAI COUNTY. Legislature—Senator—John F. Yost. Represent at Ives—'Win. Asliluy Warren Flint. James ReUl. District Judge—Ralph T. Morgan, the; if? -E. L. Whitney. Aejltrr .'1. rk and Recorder— T. L. Quarles Tri nsU!c. -Geo. L. Fitzsimmons. Asbe.-.tor— Hobt. C. Thompson. Hupt, of Schools— Hobt. ('. Egliors. County Attorney—Thus. li. Wilson. Prohate JutU * F. A, MeCall. Surveyor- W. II. Etlclhlute. Coroner—T. A. Bishop. County Physicien— Dr. F. Went. Commissioner- : 1st district, Joseph Fisher. a. a. Merritt. ; 2nd Alex Quirle. 3rd lodge directory. Modem Woodmen of Ameri Rathdrum Camp, No. 6843 ca, Meets at Woodmen Hall every 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. Visiting neighbors cordially invited. D. R. Klopf, Clerk: Edwin Mo Bee. Consul; J.G. Koch, Deputy Head Consul. Rathdrum Lodge No, 7 . K. O. T. M. a Meets at Woodman Hall 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in evet.v month. D. VanDd/.ek, Commander. R. S. MoCuka, Record Keeper. W. R. C. No. 16 , M.-ots tlilrt! Saturday lit cat: 11,ontli at Harts liall at 1 o'rlor ANNIE E. WILSON. p. m. ESTELLA HE* TM AN. Sec. l'r Lawton Post No. 29, G. A. R., Meets second Saturday in each o'clock Com. ■ noiiili at Harts liall at J. R. WILSON. n JOHN LYONS. Adjutant. CHURCH DIRECTORY. KIRBY I'UESHYTEUIAN UIllTRUH-Rev. U. A. Walker. Uustor. Sunday School 10a.ni; «»onilnrç «vrvico 11 o'clock. C'hi lHt.lan En deavor at 5: JO p. m. Evonlnp servio« at 7:30. Puiyur mooting every Wednesday evening. M. E. CHURCH—Rev. O. T. Cook. Pastor. Hcrvh -*s every Sunday evening at7:30 o'clock and« very other.Sunday morning at. 11 ocloek. Sunday School at 10 a in.; Jr, League at 5:15 ,.rtf Sr. la ngue at 0:30 p. m. Cottage pray er d eu. ting every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, at the Church. n PROFESSION Al. C AR DS. Chas. L. Hcitman, Attorney at Law, RatUium, Idaho. F. WENZ, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, KATIIDRI'M. IDA1IC EDWIN Me BEE Attorney at Law, ! KATIIDKt Al, IÜAJ pSHTLSTKY ••• In all Its latest branches by DR. D, F, HOLLISTER I EXAMINATION FREE llATItimu.U IDAHO tm m* C. H. PETERS -Dealer In DIAMONDS. WATCHES & JEWELRY. ÆâPT'iDe Watch Repairing a specialty liathdrum, Idaho. Ac * ' i Advertising Kates. I DISPLAY ADS. On- «renk per Inch. . Tuo we. kx t ,er lie h. Tarea we-aa per inch. On« month, four weeks. i'et year per Inch. i-olldly ' : advertising at local Locals. 1'ivn cents per line, straight. Legal advents«" cuts at legal rates. Special rates on long contracts. * .2ë .35 45 Ml . c.oo ties. ; j ; j WANTF.I)—FKVF.UAL INDUSTRIOUS PFR ei ' 1 l| l»te U> travel for house est ab t h ','n V ;' ,.7! y ' I'? wi l h il 1 capital, t .ill upon nu ch ntsand agents for sae tt-s: .ot hi til proi.iaele line. Permanent en K.tz i. nt. Weekly eash salary of 118 and all eitrig xpeus« s and hotel bills advanced S"Ä r,lE NATIONAL. 334 Dcorbofu ! J all d'Oreille the Comraission'TS Proceedings. (continued from i>:*jre on« ,) the north side ot the L'emi 1 river aud following the county road ; to a point directly north of the Great j Northern railway right-of-way. thence j in n northerly direction up Riley I creek to the watershed between I'liest 1 river and Pend d'Oreille river, thence I in a northwesterly direction to inter sect the Priest river road; was at this j time taken up and after due considcr I ation said petition was granted, and I Thus. Campbell and John Riley with the county surveyor were appointed i as viewers to view out, survey plat said road and make their report to this board. At this time the petition of Joseph Varcoe, et al, came up for bearing and the said boundaries V were estab of and I of lished as follows, to-wit: Commencing in the southwest cor ner of the northwest quarter of sec ; lion 23, township 82 north, range 2 east, Boise Meridian, thence running _Isonthtothe township line between township 62 and 61 thence In an east erly direction two miles to the range linu between range two and three east Boise Meridian, thence south 3 miles along said range line, thence east to the state line. The application of S. R. Ekiuntl Tor a plow anti scraper was at this time approved, In the matter of granting a fran chise to the Interstate Telephone Co. The Interstate Telephone company, | a corporation, having duly presented its petition whereby it appears: That said petitioner is a corporation, duly incorporated and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the state of Washington, hiving its general office and principal place of business in the city and county of Spokane, in said state of Washington; that it is duly authorized to do business In the state I of Idaho, having its principal office and place of business In and for the said slate in the town of St. Maries, In Kootenai county aforesaid; that said company is duly authorized to construct, maintain and operate tele phone and telegraph lines, and now has such lines in operation in said county of Kootenai, and now desires to extond said lines throughout said county as the demands of business shall warrant, and asking a right, privilege, easement and franchise therefor, in all the public highways of said county not included in the corporate limits of any incorporated city, town or vlllago. Now, therefore, be it resolved, by the Board of County Commissioners of said couuty of Kootenai, that there be and hereby is granted, unto the Interstate Telephone company, a cor poration, and its successors and as signs, tho right, privilege, easement and franchise, in ail the public high ways of said conn tv, not included in the corporate limits of any incorpora ted city, town or village, to construct maintain and operate telephone and telegraph lines along, upon and over and under any and all public high ways; to construct, maintain and use, in said public highways, posts, piers, abutments, conduits, subways and all other structures necessary or proper for supporting, protecting and oper ating said lines, with the wires, cab les, insulators and other necessary and proper fixtures, apparatus and appurtenances of such lines; and to use such public highways for the pur pose herein specified, for the term of twenty-five years. This franchise is granted to tho Interstate Telephone company, its successors and assigns, herein disig nated the grantees, subject to the following express conditions: 1. All lines, posts, piers, abut ments, conduits, subways and other structures, must bo constructed in such manner and at such points not to incommode the use by the pub lic of any public highway, or inter fere with the maintenance thereof by the proper officers and their employ by as ees. 2. The grantees shall hold the oountv of Kootenai harmless of and from any and all liability for damage and injury to any persou or corpora tlon or property, which may he caused or suffered hy reasou of this grant. ' i the exercise of the right and privilege hereby conferred, and the or couuty or I Kootenai shall under no circuiustanc es be liable to any person or Lion for any such damage 3. Wherever it shall be corpora or injury. .2ë .35 45 necessary in an Ml to excavate in, or in any other c.oo ; ner to interfere with, any public j highway, the grantees shall complete ; the work as soon as practicable, and j without delay restore such highway to as good condition as before t was uterfered with; and during the prog PFR ab sae en all ress of such work tnev shall at all times leave wholly unobstructed suitably protected a portion of the highway sufficient to accommodate ar.d ! J all travel anil tiaftic. 4. If Uie eouniy through its board of county slons or otherwise at any time during the term for which this franchise is ^rant or renew any of Kootenai, commis granted, shall other franchise for like purposes, the I ter the let to to grantees hereof shall, upon d rection of the board of county commissioners, connect their telephone system with the system of the grantees of such other franchise, in such manner that of either system may any portion communicate with any portion of the Regulations and other system. charges for such use shall bo made by I the grantees of t.ho several systems, subject, to the approval of the board of commissioners; or, in any casefsuch grantees do not make, publish and enforce regulations and charges so approved, the board of county com missioners may. from time to time, prescribe suitable regulations and charges, which shall be binding upon ihe grantees of the several systems. 5. Tills resolution and franchise 2 to shall take effect and he in force fjotu and after its adoption by the board of county commissioners and the accept ant: of its provisions by the grantees by written acceptance executed under its corporate seal and filed with the clerk of the board. The foregoing resolutions were adopted by the affirmative votes of A. A. Merritt and Alexander Quirle, Commissioner Joseph Fisher being excused from voting at his own re | quest, by reason of being a stockhold er und an officer of the corporation of the grantee. Board adjourned until Friday, April 24, 1903, at 4 o'clock p. m. Friday, April 24, 1903.—Board met at 4 o'clock p. m., persuant to ad journment. Commissioners present same as before. Minutes of Thurs day's meeting read and approved. The following bills were allowed: I A Walters, constable fees.$15 40 T J White, juror in justice court. 2 25 The petition of Robert Murray and 15 others for a public road described as follows: Beginning at a point about one-quarter of a mile east of the northwest corner of section 19, township 56 north, range 2 east, Boise Meridian, thence running in a northeasterly direction through sec. 18 to the south line of sec. 7 thence running through sec. 7 in a north westerly direction intersecting the west line of sec. 7 about one-quarter of a mile south of the northwest cor ner of the said section 7, thence run ning about onc-quarter of a mile north, joining the county road: was at this time taken up and after due consideration said petition was grant ed and Robert Murray and IL E. Or daway with the couuly surveyor were appointed as viewers to view out, sur vey and plat said road and make their report to this board. The petition of August Oakland and others known, for a change in the State line road in district No. 23, section 25, township 50 north, range 6 west; commencing on the west side of Cable's farm and at a point where said road is bridged across Sudan creek, thence running southeast about forty rods and connects with State line road again; it is therefore ordered that the county surveyor vey out and plat said road, and the auditor is hereby authorized to draw a warrant on the general road fund in the sum of $15 to be held by him until the said W. II. Cable furnish right-of-way deed to the said land. At this time the board adjourned. the to the by the cor as in and over use, all oper cab and to pur of tho its the other in pub by sur a Mr. Joseph 1'oniinville, of Stillwat er. Minn., after having spent over $2 000 with the best doctors for stomach trouble, without relief, by his druggist, Mr. Alex Richard, to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, lie did so, and is a well man today. If troubled with indigestion, bad taste in the mouth, lack of appetite or constipation, give these tablets a trial, and you arc tain to he more than pleased with the result. was advised as cer For sale at 25 cents per box by Dr. F. Wenz. the and WOMEN AND JEWELS. Jewels, candy, flowers is the order of a woman's preferences. Jewels form a magnet of mighty pow er to the average woman, greatest of all jewels, health, is often efforts to make or save the money to purchase them. If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem, then let her fortify herself against the Insidu oys consequences of coughs, colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr. Boschee's German Syrup. It will promptly arrest consumptio in its early stages and heal the affect ed lungs and bronchial tubes aud drive the. dread disease from the tern. It is not a cure-all, but it is certain cure for coughs, colds and nil bronchial troubles. You can get this reliable remedy at Dr. F. Wenz drug store, l'rice 23c aud 75c. men—that or Even that or ruined in the strenuous an and n was prog sys all the a ar.d Rheumatism Cured at last I Good News For All Who Suffer With Rheumatism Free. To all who suiTer 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 sciatie, neuralgia, gout, lumbago, etc no matter how many doctors have failed in your case—no matter how many socalled "sure cures" you have tried—I want you to write to me and let me tell you how mother was cured. 1 am neither a Doctor nor a Profes sor—simply a plain man of business— but I have a CURE for Rheumatism, and I want to tell everyone who suffers with Rheumatism all aboutit. I wish to be clearly understood, and trust that all who are suffering with this terrible disease, however apparently peyond the reach of cure, will write to me this day and I will send you by return mail this work of mine. I ap peal especially to the "chronically ill" who are wearied and discouraged with "doctoring" and to those who have been cast aside as -'incurable." All you have thought about Rheumatism may be wrong. Let me tell you our experience. Surely, if you have Rheu matism, or have a suffering friend, it will pay you to investigate my offer, anyway, and prove for yourself these claims I make. Send me your address today—a pos tal card will do—and I will mail you this wonderful story. If you have any friends suffering with Rheuma tism no matter where located, senu me their address, and 1 will mail them a copy. My address is VICTOR RAINBOLT, Bloomfield, Ind. ' W el Jit Î50 or id 40 25 of 19, a the cor was due Or sur in 23, side with the draw fund him New Corporations Articles of incorporation for the following corporations were filed with the Secretary of State at Boise, Monday: Coeur d'Alene Bank & Trust Co. of Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai county Idaho. Directors: J. J. Brown, Spokane; Guy C. Brown, Wenat chee, Wash.; Frank O. Hill, John Crenshaw and R. S. McCrea, Rathdrum. Capital stock $50,000 in 500 shares of $100 each. Pur pose: To carry on the business of banking and all incident thereto. Fraternity Building Association of Rathdrum, Kootenai county, Idaho. Capital stock $6000 in 600 shares of ?io each. Directors: Frank Wenz, E. P. Manor, Jno. W. Peters, Walter Larsen and Jno. C. Callahan of Rathdrum. pose: To buy, sell and hold real estate, and do any and all things pertaining to fraternal and amuse ment societies. » Pur Eighth Grad« Examination. Notice is hereby given that on May 14. and 15, 1003. the final examination for dcplornas ot graduation from the common schools of Kootenai County, will be conducted at ail principal points throughout the County. Teachers desiring questions should report the fact to the Co. Sup't at oi.co. R. C. EGBEUS, Co. Sup't. 2t-may 1-8 Rathdrum, Idaho, sur a THE RATHDRUM MEAT MARKET $2 to is with give the Carries a full line of Choice Meats, Haois, Bacon, Lard, and Poultry-Came in Season. GRANT VESS, Prop. cer box pow to her let and aud nil this drug Katfulruin Idaho. IjOBTHEaW ffMCiric SLR. that TIME CARD--RATHDRUM EAST-BOUND AlllUVKS DEPARTS No. 2. No. 4 . No. b. Local No.68,dHllyox cept Sunday. W EST-BO U ND 1:53 pm 12:50 am 9:40 am 1:53 prr 12:50 am 9:40 am 9.55 am 9:55 am n No. 1. No. 3. No. 5. Louai No. 57. dully ex cept Sunday. 7:35. U :00 pm 2:35 am 7:35 am 11:00 pm 2:35 am It:.?5 am 11.20 am sys GET PERMITS FOR LOCALS. a PU LT.M AN FI RST CLASS— TOURIST 8LF.EPBR8 For Information, time cards.maps and tick ets call on or write , „ . A. D. Oharutok, General Passenger Agent. Portland, Ore Morrison street, corner Third, or F. A. IIrown. Agent, Rathdrum, Idaho. Pioneer Livery Stable nui ■I* m fiATHDRÜfO, 1DAHC = Proprietor LEVI ESCII, refitted, FEW BUGGIES aided, GOOD and S \FE hor-.es and experienced Public patronage solicited. 1 am This OLD STAND has been the best in the market, drivers. 7; < Charges reasonable. CAMPING and FISHING parties, large ana ip prepared to serve ,IUI smali, to all surrounding LAKES, at SPECIAL STAGE RATES j" - IS it : If you want an up-to-date sectional of Kootenai County send $1.00 to j , map the Panhandle Abstract Co. ~ \ W ANTED—FAITHFUL PERSON To TRAY- with el for well established house In n few conn- June ties culling on retail merchants and agents. I Local territory. Salary *1024 a year and ex- 1 gon, payable Î1!) TU a week in cash and ex- : penses advanced. Position permanent. Hus- | «f IriesH successful and rushing. Standard House of Jit Dearborn St.. Chicago. the No, offer to of tt pense »100REWARD The A. II. T. A. No. 51), will give a reward of Î50 to any person or persons for the and conviction of any person or persons stealing, driving awav. shooting, poisoning, or killing any live stock of any members of the association. JunllTIf NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, April »I. 1903. Notice Is hereby given that the following named settler lias Hied notice of Ids intent ion to make Altai proof in support of bis elaim. and that said proof will be made be töre Register and Receiver at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, tin June 12, l'.WJ. viz: FRANK W. NORTHWAY, lid. 3101. fill the sVineJi; s' j nw ' 4 , sec. 2« Tp. 5311, r. 0 w. b. in. He names the follow ing w itnesses to nfnve bis contlduous residence upon and cultiva tion ,*f said land, via George E. Thomas. Ezekiel M. Finney, Dav id F. Finney, Edward Bradbury, all of Rath drum, Idaho. M1J5 3rd i of of 54 on D. II. BUDLONG. R'gister. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Ivina Oliiet ut Coeur d'Alene Idaho. April 30, 15)03. Notice is hereby Riven that the foilowinjr mimed settler lias (ild notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and Dial said proof will lie made before the Register and Receiver at Coeur d'Alero, Ida ho, on June 12. 15)03, viz: GEORGE E. TIIOMAS, Hd. 1801, for the .sw 1 * ne 1 *; nw 1 * sej*, sec 34, tp. 52 n, r. 5 \v b m. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residenco upon and cultiva tion ofsuid land viz: Frank W. Northway. Ezekiel M. Finney. Georço Davis, David F. Finney, all of Rathdruir., Idaho. D. II. BUDLONG, Register at of 600 real Ml .15 Notice of Sale of Real Estate of 53 JM, oticeis licreby Riven, that i H pursuance of tin* Probate Court of the County of Ivoot » uai, State of Idaiio, made on the 1st day of May, 1903, in the matter of the estate "arid jruardianshipof Maude Yothers and Merrill Yothers, minois. tl»e of said minors will sell at private sale t highest bidder for cash. s:old coin of ahn Unit nlirmntion l.y said 11 the ris^lit, title, interest d estate of t lie said Maude Yothers and Merrill Yothers, minors in and lo those cer tain lots pieces and parcels of land, situated lyinfç and being in the said County of Koote nai, State of Idaho, and bounded and des cribed as follows, to-wit: The sw 1 * of the **, the s!4 of the sw*4 and the nw 1 * of the s of section 24, in township 52, n. r 4. w. b. in. in Idaho containlns one hundred and sixty acres, which is vrorrh about $500.00; and tho w'i of nehi of seel ion 25, in township 52. n of b m. containing according to the Unit ed States Government Purvey eightv mere or lev and is worth about $300.00. ndersigned guardian the cd States, subject to Probate Court *4 r 4. acres, Bids will be received on and after the lstl» day of May, 1903. All bids in list be delivered tot lie undersigned personally or deposited in the Uostottice at Rathdrum. Kootenai county Idaho, addressed to the undersigned. Dated at R.uhdi urn, Idaho, tl May. 1903. 2t rnt-y 1st day of Signed: LEVI YOTHERS. Guardian. NOTICE. Notice la hereby elver, that on Monday evening. May SmIi, at Ho'clock there will be a meet Ins' of the Members of the First Presby terian < 11uroll of Coeur d'Alene church for the purpose of conslderliiR a pro position to mortunye the church property for lour hundred dollars (iftUU). By order of llio Trustees. May8-3a it the Geo. C. Thomson, President. and of ail BUY THE 1 E mi SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those xvlio ad vertise a $60.(10 Sewing Machine for $20.00. This kind of a machine can he bought from us or any of our dealers from $15.00 to $18.00. WE MAKE A VARIETY. THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST. The Feed determines, the strength or weakness of Sewing Machines. The Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home the best Bewing Machine to buy. showing tho dif ferent styles of , . . Sewing Machines we miiQuiacture and prices before purchasing Writs forCIRCULARS TBE KEW HOHE SEWINE HAEH1NE GO. ORANGE, MASS. 28 UnionSq. N. Y., Chicago, 111,, Atlanta, Ga., Bt. Louis,Mo., Dallas,Tcx.,Ban Francisco, Cal FOR SALE BY »mmammmim in each town to take orders for Guaranteed Bicycles. our uo'.v High G rad a New t&SSS Metëata $3.2 & trH2.7S &S4.7& té n Complete Cossack, Guaranta.:; High Cra«l " Siberian ,A LHauty e * Neudarf , fr Itoad I facer no better bicycle at any price. Any other make ci model you wznt ci one-third usual price. Choice of any standard tiros and best equipment on all our bicycles, tlrouy-st guarantee. . .... y? c SNIP OH APPPS v'-o" C. O. I), to ar.'. r one cent deposit and alloy, JO DAYS FKE.E IuAnB I^k bcf0rc P 1!rc h 3 so is blading. _ w»f Second Hand t*r. A?' yfev jSss tradp by our Chicago relail stores, âtQ L13MFD and models, t" :. mI us nt;tv iHVEifliSsSS* Oäl KfiT SUV 5.yr, y SL n J' n i 11 rnv. f ive vriten loT . tr 1 I IlfflT Tiret eouirîîat n »< ÖW I FACTORY PRICES 0*ri TREE IR'1- OFFeR. *■ bJEAD QYCIE GO., Gbtage, ill. % .'!■ ■■ ViïH t I// V ■ TIMBER LAN D, A CT J U I* E 3, 1878. —Not'cc for Publication.— Unite.! slnte und OlIIe«* C'oeur d Alette, Idaho. April 17, 11.08. Notice is hereby given ilmt ir> jotipltance with the provisions o'' ilia net'! « tmgrors of June II. H,8, entitled "Ao ac for the sale of timber laud 'll llmStnt: s of GulDot ult , (Jre gon, Nevada and Wi sin- i n Territoryus extended to i '1 lee l iiLl'e Lntid Slates by art «f August 4, 1SP2. BFNJAMP F. W II SON, of Kuhdrum, county of Koo.emi : . state of Idaho, has this lav Mod I" thloOillee his sworn statement No 1 Mi, for the pntchuse of the S4 of HWÎ* a , nw\i of s\\;., of section No, •«. Ill Tp. No 51 n. ntw No. " w ' ie and offer proof to show t In, t thcliiod si gl.. ! mi a valuable for its tin '>e:'or stone i luni for agri cultural putuoses, and to esta Vls'i hit el afin to said land hefor > ti n Hegl • in a id Re of this olTIco at i oeui 1 d'Alene. Idaho, on Thursday the llrd day of I 'll y, «3J. YU.V Ho names as witm f ses: Albert R. Mayer, John Tjcnee. TheodoiC Nlcolt.1 and Htirry Bradbury, all of Ruthdruni. Any and till persons claiming adversely tho above described lands are reue Red to Aie thei: claims In this office on or before said 3rd day of July. J'JOU D JI. DIJDLUNO a24,j26 Register. TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3 . 1878 —NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United ? i'atk 1 Land Or ilk. Coeur d'Aline» id.tlm. A;r\ 17, 15*03. Notion U hereby givtn thar, in compliance with tho previsions of the uct oi Couvri s« of June 3,184*8, enti'led "An not for Ihf s.ile of timber LtndH In tht? of tvùi foruln. Ore* gon. Nevada and Washington Torrito 1 y, M as i xterded to all tho rublkt Land Staff shy art of August4. IN92. ALBERT li MAY Lit. of Itatbui uii 1 . county of Koot t al, staV ok Idaho, has tin tlav lhud in this oilice hi» sworn statenn in No. 1231, for tin* t>u Ji ise of tiic W j of N 54 north, ran.', offer proof to si valueable for Hi timber agricultural puip.--; . at claim to said laud \ Receiver of this office at Uoc on Friday, the 3rd lay of July, l!M3 lie names as witru sso-: of sue. No. in i p. No. Nr. 3 y» b unci v. Ill v tliLillie bind '-ought ismoro :• stone lhan for lO est ub 11 -dt Ms re tii0 Konistor :»r»d dip *fi Alene, Id., Benjamin F. Wilson. John I.cnce Tlipodo' o all i t Unthdruni. Nicolai, Harry briiUUu Idaho. Any and all por-ons claiming atlvi i-sely tlm iibove-Uiscrlbcd lands ate n jicstcd lo An tlicit claims in this ..ffino on 01 oe.'ote said 3rd day of July, tuet. D. H. Bcoi.o.xa, Register A2J 12« TIMBER LAND ACT, JUNE 3, ls;8. Notice*for Publication United States Land OfTU Coeur d'Alone, Idaho, au»H Gtb, 1*203. Notice is hereby iriveu that In compliance with the nrovb- on.; of the June 3/1878. entitled ' An act f timber lands in 1 h*' hD'.Us of Caiifoi'hi.., Oro Rcn. Nevada, and Wasuin^u n Territory," ns extended to all tin* Uublie * at. States by act of Auiro-a L ' S'.»:L M '.GG1U L. MLHIOAN of Batluliaim. county of I Idaho, has this Guv l.L*d i. tin sworn statement No. 1226. for the n Vi of nw 1 * of so *. No. 14 i 53 n o r t. ii. JM, and will offer .) sought is more vaiiiabl stone than for aeri-.-nitu estubiish hi- laim o s.iid Re!?i.,ter sine 1 d'Alene Idain of June, 15*03, •t n: » ingress of a!e of the terni! st; te of office her 4 i purchase of n Township No. N o. 5 \V. B. to . how t tin land for its timber or VaV.if'''-' htre^the u n lI f tills off oil Tncsdi y, tu •at C ltlth day. nr Ho narr.e> as wLiics^oh: John Lyons. Ben ton limn y. Lou Bnrke n.d Nicholas dungs, all of Rathdrum, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming coverscly tho above-described lam • a*e ret,no ted to file their claims In t his oil it- o* Jütli day of June 1903, A10J12 before said 1). li. RUDLUiNG. lick's* e»*. TIMBER LAND ACT .1 UNE 3 1878 —• Notice for Publication.— United States Land Offh e Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. April 15 j02. Notice Is hereby given U tt . with the provision * Mi act of Ci n ;. ;ss of June 3, 1S7S. entitled An act for the sal ef timber lands in the NtiiB s of t alifnrnl *, Ore gon. Ncvao -, ami V'asljington ten*,to y," as extended to all the "ublic Land S:a-es'hv act of August 4, 1S0L \V ! LLTAM O. NE3TLETON <»f Spokane, county of .Spokane, rtair- of Washington, has this day filed In this off uo his sworn s„; of the w',4 v. Number 52 3 w l> m, and will oiler j-rof to land sought is mare valuable for or stone than for agrlcul : urai pun.- .-es and toostabli-1. his claim to »Id 1 rid be* >r Register aiul Rocelvor i f pll.iuco dînent No. 1221. for the pnrehaso <»f Section No, 26 in Tov ship range Numb* r snow that 11»«' » f s timber th, r-ho s office «.t Coeur d Alene. Idah*». on Weunuadav, the 17th day of June. 1903 He names ns wltne'-sos: M vude v Early, and Eliza .vl. Early of St . Joe, fda' c-: William A. Yeomans of Spokane. Ws»' )i.; Lodo'.n i Smith, of Julietut, Idaho. , Any und all persons cli Imliiff mlvcrst-iy the i.'iovc described lands uro feipicstod to til ib»»lr claims in this office on or bi fore said lTthday of June. 1903. D. H. BUDLONG, l.cglster. AlOJ 12-03 We promptly obtain (J. S. and Fore ign m Send model, sketch o- r . . to of 1' vtat oufet froereportou paten.abiin/. For free book HowtoSocureTaUFSC wriio Patents and -V s ® tf> U« i Opposite U. S. Putv.nl Offict ^ WASHJNGTOr^^C.