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m Evefybody fCpows That We Sell the Cheapest For Cash Olir Lille of Clothing can not be Equaled either in Style or Workmanship and Onr Prices are lower than the lowest, this can be told by getting our prices ^e will give all Next Week a Special Reduction Price on Ready Made Çlothing. Our Patterns. aNd Cuts are of the ve, 7 latest de vVe receive all our clothes direct from Chicago, and their quality is unsurpas sign as sed. We also Carry a Complete Line of Ladies tailor made suits, hats and trimmings. We have now opened our stock of Straw hats for Men, Ladies and chil dren ana are ready for your inspection. Our Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries are Complete in every detail. Yours for Business. nflNOR & nULLCDT, SUCCESSORS TO E. P. MANOR. IDAHO. RATHDRUM, Mr. the of the wife. ing his as o!d of to no PERSONAL MENTION. Frank McRee was in town Sunday. Roht. Milky went to Spokane on business, Wednesday. Peter Rodebock has been appointed post master at Spirit lake. G B. Mouu was in town Wodnes day, IT. M. Strath» rn was hero, Wed nesday, from Post Falls. J. M. Henderson, the historian, was in town, Tuesday. E. J. Smith, of Sandpoint, was a visitor jn town Tuesday. A- D. Foster wgs in tuwn, Tues dpy, from Athol. T. A. Shomer and J, W. Kennedy were elected school trustees at Ram sey, Mondai'. Jno. C. Callahan made a business trip to Post Falls Tuesday. Mrs, John G. Koch was a visitor to Spokane Tuesday, G. R. Klopf, undertaker anti em balmer. Anyone buying 100 pieces of porce lain dishwaro at Klopf's, is allowed a rebate of 10 per cent. Reinhart brothers and sisters have rented the residence vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Conners. Grass carpets and rugs, and musical and bicycle good» at Ktopf's. Mrs. F. A. McCall Is visiting with Mr. and Mrs; J. L,. Burkett, at Sand point. Pianos and organs for sale by G. R. Klopf, agent for the Instruments. J. F. Fuller, the draughtsman, has rented a front room In the Wishard Hotel, Id which to make school maps, Furnitur«, racket goods, porcelain and crockery ware at Kloof's. FOR SALE: AH kinds of Fresh cows for a*ile by Gust Peters. Hauser Junction, Idaho WANTED—YOUNG MEN to pr»>par.o for Gov ernment Positions. Fine opening,, ln nil I,e iinrlments. Good Halarltss. Rapid Prflino fions. Examination« soon- PjMTtouJars Free Inter-State Cor. last,, <Ms»r Rapids, la, Hin— ' Taug. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, R«y ce, parents of C. W, Royce, went to Palouse, Wash., to reside. Willis Lamberson, of Granite, was jn town Thursday* County Surveyor W- IT. Edelblute has moved his family here from Har rison to reside. J. J. Dumas, postmaster of Athol, •was in town yesterday, suffering with blood poison in the arm. July 10 fifty Ymt* till Standard 1 BANN« PffWDffi __ j MclMSt Nwmts W»rld*« fair i HIHml twH M Chtmltte Award««! PWlOK «AS I MO «WI» *o> CHICAOO ing in in Miss Effie Oakland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Oakland of Stateline, attended the dance Wed nesday evening. Attorney C. L. Hettman was in Sandpoint, Monday on business with the llumblrd Lumber Co. The Northwestern Ilomeflnding Association, meets at the residence of Mrs. R. McCrea, lune II. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Laplant are the guests of John Crenshaw and wife. Geo. A. Read was in town, from Spirit lake, yesterday. J. S, Kelso was dawn from Granite, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. T- D. Elliott are here from Alyea, Wash., to reside pe r - niancn tlv. Asa Green, of Wisconsin, was visit ing the Conklin hrothers last week, E. F. Grunert returned, the latter part-of last week, from the funeral of his mother in Minn. II. R, Smith hasaccepted a position as assistant in the assessor's offiec. D. N. Rushing, has returned to his o!d home in Arkansas. W. II. Cable and Mr. Cay le, of Slateline, were sojourning at Twin lakes, this week. Misses Mae and Khda, daughters of M, D. Wright, were up from Spo kane, Memorial Day, to decorate the graves of their departed mother and brother. ' Strength and vigor come of good fowl, duly digested. 'Force', a ready to serve wheat and barley food, adds no burden, but sustains, nourishes, invigorates. Mr. and Mrs. Albert have moved into the house recently vacated by Mrs. May Dyer and family, and J. S. Woolcry bas purchased the Albert residence. Klopf has a full line of blcyole goods casings and repairing tools. Lou S. Robinson, a relative of S. L. Smith and family, arrived from Spo kane yesterday and will work at Mil ler's sawmill. Mrs. S. L. Smith is confined with a bad attack of rheumatism. Mrs. J F. Fuller la visiting her parents and a sick brother at Moscow. Born:-~To Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Sinclair, an eight pound girl, Friday morning, June f>th. D. E. Danby went to Granite, Wednesday. Geo. Conners, who has accepted the position of section foreman for the N. P., at Athol, will move his family to that place tomorrow. J. W. Broad head, who has rented Peter Rodebeck's place at Spirit lake will erect eating places there, and put in a stage line to Ruthdrum. for accommodation of excursionists. »! Cuts, Ur, lises mid Burns Quickly Healed. Chamberlain's J'ain Balm Is an an tiseptic liniment, and when applied to cuts, bruises and burns, causes them to heal wiYhout maturation and much more quickly than by the usr ual treatment. For sale by Dr. F. Wenz. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Post went to Sandpoint, Sunday, to assist I»év. E. A. Walker and J. P. MacDonald, \y organizing a Presbyterian church j g i that place. They also assisted in i the inst.luting of a temple, of 32 Rat hlmn- Slst.«». They return cd home Tuesday. from and inch to of ill two It. W. J. Burrows Is having his build ing entirely ref it toil. B, S. Wishawl has been affected with an attaok of rheumatism the past week. O. R. Klopf was a visitor in Athol Monday. Rev. C. T. Cook made a trip to Spo kane, Wednesday. Mrs: U. F. Bourn and children hav< been undergoing an attack of measles. S. II. Watkins and little son were in town from Athol Tuesday. John G. Koch went to Pend d' Oreille lake Wednesday on business. John F. O'Donnell, of Athol was in town Saturday. If you want good bread use XXX Flour, manufactured in KalUpell. Mont., of Dakota Winter Wheat. Fcr Sale P.y Larsen Bros. Mrs, Bessie Marsh has presented the Royal Neighbors a handsome pre sent of a glass set. Sheriff Whitney went to Spokam Monday on official business. He wa accompanied by bis daughter Stella. Chas. McCall brother of Probat» Judge McCall was visiting with the latter, until the first of the week. Geo.Peacock an employe in Severn's sawmill at Granite was in lUthdrum Tuesday. W, J. McClure and Miss Eliza Kercheval of Coeur d'Alene were in llathdrum this week. Geu, Steele and Lester Harris have been eiuatel the part week in laying the new board walk at the drug store. Willie Russell, son of John Russe I has returned from Walla Walla Where he attended school the past winter. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets are Just what you need when you have no appetite, feel dull aftei eating and wake up with a bad tast» ip your mouth. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach and give you a relish for your food. Fur sale by Dr. F. Wenz. John Russell, relu mod on Mondai from Portland, where he attended the funeral of his mother. He was accom panied by bis daughters Mollie and Rope. Enroutc Mr. Russel! bad the misfortune to get a hot cinder in his He consulted a surgeon in Spo kane and may lqse the eye, The In jured eye has bae# blind for some time. a for his and for ter en P. B. of of eye. Chamberlain'« Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Is everywhere recognized as the one remedy that can always be depended upon and that is .pleasant to take. It is especially valuable fur summer diarrhoea in children and is undoubt edly the means of saving the lives of il great many children each year. For sale by Dr. F. Wenz. an and usr F. J. A. Waters, was over from Coeur d'Alene, Wednesday. Mr. Waters informs us that, the Farmers' Institute was held at that place, Friday lasJÇ, and that many valuable bits of knowledge were learned by the fariner« from the professors. Farmers iibout Rathdrum, should get together, and secure a meeting of the Ir stitute at this place. It will be of j great benefit. AR manney of questions can be nskejl and turn- i to I»év. in 32 cd were*! w LOCAL EVENTS. A. A Sage, was down from Athol, Saturday, on business. John Papendjcfc, of Ramsey, was a pleasant c filler in town, Memorial Ray. The special school tax of 5 mills was voted down at Rum sey. J. S. Woolery and C. A. berry have finished their contract on the electric road right of way. The Coeur d'Alene base boll team was defeated by the Rath drum team here, Sunday, by a score of 10-12 The L. O. T- M gave a dance in Burrows ball, Wednesday evening. Ice cream aud lemon ade were dispensed. G W. Nicolai has been super intending the construction of a new brick vault in the Bank of Commerce. Geo. E. Wilcox, of Ht. Maries, has lwen received at the county hospital. He is an aged man and is suffering with cancer. J. S. Rushing has the contract from the water company to dig and fill the trenoh for the four inch pipe from Reiniger's corner to the corner of Idaho and Main street. The work commenced Monday. A line of White Duck Hats, just received at Mrs. C. H. Peters' millinery store. Also a new line of Ladies' furnishing goods of ill kinds. Prices will be cut in two on all goods on Friday, Line 12. ' Sunday and Monday were very warm days, the theremometer registering 90° or over. The thunder shower Monday evening was unusually severe. Treasurer G. b, Fitzsimmons and family drove over to Mica Bay, Saturday, to visit their farm there. They found every thing in good condition and re turned Sunday. At the school election Monday, It. S. McCrea, was unanimously re-elected trustee for the- 3-year term. The proposition for levy ing a special school tax of û mills was passed by a big major t B. in I F. the and the his Spo In some itv. Lydia, the foui» venr old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hollis ter, has been left blind by the measles. The little one was tak en to Spokane, Monday, 1« con sult a specialist, but no relief was obtained. The rural route insjiector, .1. P. Fogarty, arrived here Wed nesday, and in company with F. B. (Jhambnrd, inspected the prai rie route. Two applicants, Fred Ohambard and lister Harris were examined for the position of carrier. (Tins. Emerson lias been re lease»l from custody, Iris slaving of Wni. Cavei'ly being judged justifiable homicide, man's father was in the county this week looking into the mat ter of his son's death. The dead Samuel Starr, whose hand was so badly cut at Miller'« sawmill some time ago was in town Mon day. He has moved his place of residence from Granite to Calis pell, where he now resides with his family. His hand is carried in a sling and will be useless for two month's yet. Our attention lias been called to an error in the account of the commencement exercises in last week's issue, and we gladly cor rect the same in this. Miss Freda Faulconer, not Misa Walker, plaved tiie accompaniment for the duet by Misse« Kate and Amui Lavin. Miss Fauleonep re sides at Trent, and is recognized as a brilliant pianist one It of year. from Mr. the We learned last Frjday, but at toQ-kite for publication, that that President Roosevelt'« train stopped at Hope for about 20 from minutes, Tuesday eveningof last iibout week. The president made a neat little speech to the people Ir- assembled, and distributed bo of j quets to nearly everyone present of |H. L. Bid well, who was in Rath turn- i drum, Friday, piïparted to u« i the information, ... Jim Diapi a little girl ftuuMd 1 Whom lose of appetite dietreseed. M I dee tent eat ('* the child wovldb acroam. Jim laid a dleh of "Forced with cream; She taeted It, then, joj for him I he^j-ed i for more from ** Seaa/ *■ \ <5> * . 6* Fore *9 Th« Ready-to-Sem C«n*l A good fairy to all youngsters. i I j F—*m I Toai for Chlllrm. _ " Wheat is a perfect summer cereal, and ■■ «Sorte should be made to teach children A. to «at tt," Louisa E. Uooam, Wk tu " How to Feed Children." / ^ > The luocciiful One». Following is a list of those who successfully passed the t mcliers' examination May 20, 1003, submitted by Supt. R. C. EgU?rs: Dana Agergaard, Val ley; J. It. Eastland, Freeman, Wash; A. R. Foster, .Terushn Remington, of Athol; Genevieve Garvey, Mrs. F. O. Hkinner, of Coeur d'Alene; Jas. K. Hite, Spo kane; Katherine Hiatt, Valley; Cora Kenedy, Post Falls; Chas. B. McCall, Kootenai; Winifred C. Moss, Newport; M. B. Pettibone, Freeman, Waal;. III* Hup« HmllMMl, 110on, tlin fontlncl, Ocbo, Mont. I In the first opening of Oklahoma to ettiers in 1889, the editor of this paper was among the niupy seekers after fortune wno made the big race one fine day in Appil. During his traveling about and afterwards his camping upon his claim, he encount ered much bud water, which, togeth -r with the severe heat, gave him a very severe diarrhoea which it seemed almost impossible to check, and along in June the case became so bad hn expected to die. One day one his neighbors brought him one small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a last hope A big dose was given hipi while he was rolling about on the ground in great agony, and iu a few minutes the dose was repeated, The good effect of the medicine was soon notic ed and within an hour the patient was taking his first sound sleep for a fortnight. That one little bottle worked a complete cure, and he can not help but feel grateful. The sea s in for howel disorders being at hami suggests this item, Fur sale by Dr. F. ffeaz. of tteraman Nyrup, We want to impress on our reader« hat Boschee's German Syrup is pusi ivcly the only preparation on the market to day that does relieve and :ure consumption, It cuutains the -pecifics, such as pu ye tar, extracts of gnms, etc., which have been so high ly endorsed for the cure of cough", cold* and consumption by the great medical congresses. The consumptive whether his disease is In the throat <»r lungs, must have rest at night, and be free from the spasm of dry and rackiug cough in the morning. The diseased parts Whht rest, healing and soothing treatment, and the pat ient needs fresh air, good food, etc. German Syrup will give free and easy expectoration in the morning with speedy and permanent relief. Small bottles,.25 cents; regular size, con taining nearly four times as much, 75 cents. At Dr. F. Wena drug store. of for the cor for and re R-I-P-A-N-S Tabules Doctors find A good prescription Fpr mankind packet 1« enough for usual oc t family buttle («»* cents) con it h druggists Tlie 5-cent casions. The tut ns a supply for u ypa/\ them. sell WANTED—SEVERAL PERSONS OF CIIAR actor and good icpututhpfl m Papli state („ne in this county requiiud) to represent am ad vertise old established wealthy business house of solid tinanclal s tändln» Salary ♦21 no weekly with expenses additional, ail payable Ip cash direct each Wednesday from head offices. Horse and carriage furnished when necessary. References. Enclose self addressed envelope. Colonial Co., 3&T Dear born St., OblouKo. but that 20 last a bo j J u« . Fashion Barber Shop Peters & .Ford, Prop's Second Door WcsJl.uJ Meat Market. RHthdruni, Idaho E. P. Dyer JEWELER and WATCHMAKER Special Attention Given to Repair Work. 2od Dour East of P. O. Rathdrum, Idaiïo. Dice Çxel?ai?<$e BapK* -OK Rathdrun, Idaho. Buys Warrants, takes Depos Docs General Banking Business. its. W, A, HART, Pres. % BANGS PINE lM ttOfc a. Idaiïo. Rathdrum The RATHDRUM MEAT MARKET 75 Carries a full line of Choie# I, Card) Heats, Haps, and Poultry--' Sod. GRANT VESS, Trop'. Lp«fco. Rathdrum Rathdrum Lumber Co» Christie, Shaner,' Gaa & Co. AIJ. KINDS OF flM&r Lumber 04 feand; oc con * * ALL DRDRftS GIVEN PROMUT ATTENTION/ * * N OWtMMM "pacific b.«. TIME CARD-RÄTObIÜI sell („ne ad ail from self EAST-BOUND AHK1VK& D KP A UTS t:53 pip ttttL U:40 am 9.55 ;i ni I ^ 9:ft5nn * ■ 1 :SI pin I 12:50 sun! 0:40 mu! No. 2. No. 4. No. « . ,.. Local No. 58, daily ex ceptSuuctay.... WestbounB 7,;i5 am 11:00 pip 2:25 um 11:25 am' 11:26 lit,* 7:35 um 11.DO pm I 2:35 am No. 1.. w a ..- I No. 5 .. :.! Local No. 57, daily ex, I ceul Sunday. GET PERM 1TBf OJtLOCALS. "_ PUM-gAW JVJ Iffjr C I.Ags—TQtTBlST 8I.KEWKWj* For Information, tlfe card's.maps and tiek - - writ* . etséall on- . _ „ ; , A.p. CIIAH1.TON, ÆanèraV Passenger Agent. Portland, Or* ' Jlorrlsun street, corner r.liird. or 1 ■ A. mt I i Î - l .'