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Pairs of Shoes
WHIClH
■WE WILL SELL AT
Factory Friccs.
SWThese SHOES are l)"P-TO-DATE
in Every Respect- • : :
Poi\'t Fail to Tl*n>
MANOR&
MULLEDY CO
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Successors to E P jilanor
Rathdrum- Idaho
PERSONAL MENTION.
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I). Alexander is reported i l.
M. D. Wright was in town Monday.
Mrs. 11. C. Thompson Visited fi lends
at Murray, this week.
Gust Melder was in Rathdrum at
the close of last week.
Miss Grace Baldwin is up from Spo
kline on a visit.
Bargains in Ladies' Wrappers.—
Manor & Mulledy do.
I). B. McDonald, of Newport, was
in town on business, Monday and
Tuesday.
H- M. Stbuhern was a visitor from
Post Falls, Wednesday.
Grass carpets and rugs, and musical
anti bicycle goods at Klopf's.
J. C. Callahan has had the trees in
front of his residence, moved out aud
a m w walk laid.
G. R. Klopf, undertaker and ern
balmer.
Mrs. Nannie Shetlleld visited her
toother, Mrs. Johnston, at Granite,
the forepart of the week.
FOR SALEt 15 or 20 head of line
cattle, all thti way from yearlings to
No. 1 Milk cows. A. A. Sage, Athol,
Idaho.
G. 11. Klopf was transacting busi
ness in Coeur d' Alene and Spokane
Monday,
Geo. Thomas and Dave Clelantl of
this place have rented the Enterprise
hotel formerly the Knox house of
Post Falls- -
For a lazy liver try Chamberlain's
Htomach and Liver Tablets. They
invigorate the liver, aid the digestion
fCgulalc the bowels and prevent bil
ious attacks. For sale by Dr. F. Wenz
A A. Sage, of Athol, was in town
(in business Wednesday. Mr. Sage
has a new house under construction.
Furniture, racket goods, porcelain
and crockery ware at Klopf's.
Frank Lavlghc and family arrived
here this week and went out to their
handsom summer home at Spirit lake
Where they will spend the season.
E. P. Manor has been doing some
repair' work this week to the front of
the orick store occupied by Manor &
Mulledy Co.
Klopf has a full line of bicycle goods
Casings and repairing tools.
Mrs. West of Rosalia, Wash., and
Mrs. Mulkey of Moscow, arrived here
yesterday evening and are guests at
the home of their brothers, B. F. and
J. M. Bourn. They will visit here a
few days.
or
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Fifty Years the Standard
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Highast Honors World's Fair
Highest lasts U.S. Gov't Chemist*
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G. W. Fleming has moved into his
new hou^e.
G. W. Nicolai had charge of the re
pairing <|f the Manor brick.
Dr. F.l Wenz has had bis residence
painted a light drab.
E. L'. pyer has given the front of
his reside nee a fresh coat of paint.
Miss Irene Schofield departed last
night foj Walla Walla, to reside.
Mrs, (jllaude Bolton, of Spokane
and Mrs. O. B. Masterson, of Post
Falls are visiting here, with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hart.
John l|. Bourn, of Spokane, was
visiting With his brothers, B. F. ai d
J. M. Bourn of this place, the ft r -
part of the week, lie returned to
Spokane Wednesday.
Pianos and organs for sale by G. R.
Klopf, agent for the instruments.
Wrn. Vkne of Newport was in town
on court business the forepart of the
week returning home Tuesday.
"Strength and vigor come of good
food, duly "digested. 'Force', a ready
to serve Wheat and barley food, adds
no burden, but sustains, nourishes,
invigorates."
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Don't overlook the shoe sale.-Man
or & Mulledy Co.
Henry ^elder and Ernest Reinhart
They took
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were in Spokane Monday,
a room at the Idaho house and while
asleep, a ljurglar eqtered the room by
the windojv. Mr. Melder was awak
ened, wheieupon the burglar escaped,
lie secured nothing.
If youv^ant good bread use XXX
Kalispell,
in
Flour, manufactured
Mont., of Dakota Winter Wheat.
For Sale By
Larsen Bros.
No man or woman in the state will
hesitate to speak well of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
after once trying them,
produce a ileasaiit movement of the
bowels, 1 nj prove
strengthen the digestion,
by Dr. F. Wenz.
Captain i-'lsher was In town from
Post Falls, Saturday. He expected to
leave shortly for his new home the
National Soldiers Home near Santa
Monica, California. Although aged
and feeble, with the use of but one
eye his bearing is still erect and
soldierly and his temperament sunny.
Capt. Fishdr was accompanied by C.
IV. Cable of Stateline, also a veteran.
They always
the appetite and
For sale
eux Will liny It I»ack.
You assujue no risk when you buy
Cholera and
Dr. F. Wenz
Dr. F.
Chain berluip's Colic,
Diarrhoea Remedy.
will refund your money if you are not I
satisfied aftpr using it. It is every- j
where admitted to be the most sue- j
cessful repiedy in use for bowel com-|
plaints aud the only one that never
It is pleasant, safe and relia
fails.
ble.
CIIOI.URA INFANTUM.
This has long been regarded as one
of the most dangerous and fatal dis
eases to which infants are subject. It
can be cured, howevej, when properly
All that is necessary is to
treated.
give Chritubjirlaln's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil,
as
directed with each bottle, and a cute
is certain, For sale by Dr. I. Wenz.
Miss Ani|a Sexton has returned
from a visit with her parents at liar
rison.
PASTURE TO RENT:—ABer the
15th of July 3 miles west of town;
room for 40j>r 50 head of stock; good
\ water, good shade In
Rathdfufti,
Jy.a n
qui
feed, runnin
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F. Fiuueyf
Idaho,
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Commissioners Proceedings.
the
ing
(continued from pnge one,)
"WEDNESDAY, JULY 15:— The
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hoard ruet pursuant to adjournment
at 10 o'clock a m, all commissioners
and the clerk and assessor present.
At this time the board proceeded
with the equalization and continued
until the noon hour.
I
At this time it appearing to the i
satisfaction of the board that the fol
lowing property was assessed for a
lower amount than its actual cash
value. It was unanimously ordered
that the assessed valuatiou of said
property be raised as follows:
Lands of the White Pine Lumber Co.
from $7,070 to $10,550; Chas. Wilcox,
$200 to $400; Will. Howard Lumber
company, $2.50 to $3.50 per acre, a
total raise of $14,103.20; Menasha
Wooden Ware company, $2.50 to $7.00
per acre a total raise of $18,501; C.
R. Smith. $2.50 to $3.50 peracre mak
ing a total raise of $10,611.
to
A
ity
of
of
In the afternoon the board resumed
the matter uf equalization of taxes.
THURSDAY, JULY 10:-The valu
ation of the property of the following
persons in the Town of Eaton were
raised about 100 per cent:
Jos. Anderson, Louis Ammerraan, B.
P. Bothel, S W Bigger, W S Beebee.
Mrs. M A Carlton, Mrs. I Causter. P.
Casev, W A and S B Carson, J C Cal
lahan, Wm Elderton, Mrs. B C Hem
minger, Mrs. Jennie E. Harmon. C L
Ileitman, Wm Eaton, C li Powell, F.
R Richardson and W D Sa ville. In
the same town the property of A J
Kent, E L Little, Edwin McBee and
S D Taylor was raised more than 100
percent.
In the Town of Bonner Point valu
ations were increased from 50 to 200
percent on the following persons:
Itolit. Bunting. CC Mile. Co., Mrs.
M. A. Carlton, J. F. Cook. Jr., J. G
Cook, James Casey, Mrs. Mary Hol
linger, Loretta Hopkins, S. E. nenry,
T. J. Jones, W. L. Kin near, Koote
nai Trading Co., C. O'Callaghan, Mrs
E. O'llogge, JohnO'IIogge.
The property of the following was
raised similarly:-Louis Amnion, Geo.
Alberts, Aqnls & Hart, MeCurry &
Curtis, McGillis & Gibbs, Peter Mc
Arthur, C M Parker, S P Pearson, J.
Jorgenson, James Prater, B. M. Ross,
Carl Rock, F. Rabbau, D L Root, A
! B. Reid, Paul Rochat and Rochat.
[ Bros.
Lands nr the Hope Lumber Co.
were raised from $2240 to $3200:
Horn & Burns, $2400 to $2880; Pries!
River Co. $1300 to $1920; LaClede
Lumber Co, $1790 to $3903, and
North Idaho Land Co. $3200 to $0400
The valuation of the Hope Lumber
Co. sawmill was raised from $8,000 to
$ 20 , 000 .
his
re
of
last
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took
by
(continued next week.)
M. A. Hickey was a visitor from
Hauser, a dav or two, the forepart of
the week. Mr. Hickey reports great
prosperity at Stateline and Spokane
Bridge, and harvesting in full blast.
He also informs us that a new saw
mill is in course of construction by a
stock company, near Hauser, and that
the Cable Milling Co., is about to put
a warehouse at Barker Bridge, seven
miles flora Spokane Bridge.
Mr. Hickey who has had consider
able experience in railroading describ
es the line of the new electric road
as the straightest and best graded
road in the country.
will
the
from
to
the
Santa
aged
one
and
C.
and
sale
W. II. Cleland, the liveryman, was
a Spokane visitor Tuesday.
C. L. Ileitman has been absent on
a business trip to Boise, this week.
The commissioners arrived Monday
and arc in session as a board of equi
Bzation.
B. S, Wishard has gone to the St.
Regis mines in Missoula county,
Mont., where he and other Rathdrum
buy
and
Wenz
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not I People are interested in various pro
every- j perties.
sue- j
com-| We want to impress on our readers
never j that Boschee's German Syrup is posi-j
relia tively the only preparation on the'
i mai ket to day that does relieve and
German Syrup.
j cure consumption. It contains the
one S p ec j tl C », such as pure tar, extracts of
dis- 1 g nnjS) etc., which have been so high
It iy endorsed for the cure of coughs,
cu j f j s aDf j consumption liy the great
to me( i, ca i
and
congresses. The consumptive
whether his disease is in the throat
as
or lungs, must have rest at night,
cute a ^,j , )e free from the spasm of dry
Wenz. anl j rac kiiig cough In the morning.
The diseased parts want rest, healing
liar- and soothing treatment, and the pat-1
lent needs fresh air, goo'd food, etc".
the German Syrup will give free and eàfsy
town; expectoration in the morning with'
good speedy and .permanent relief. Small
In- bottles, 25 cents; regiflar size, con
taining nearly four tithes as much, 75
n cents. At Di. F. Wenz drirg store'.
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Athol.
J. W. Douglas spent several days
the past week, in Spokane, attend
ing the Holiness camp meeting.
j. C. Dula made a trip to Spo
kane, Sunday evening, and re
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turned Monday.
The Sterling company will move
their sawmill to a new locality as
I soon as they finish sawing what
i ogs t hey have on hand,
a
I. L. Young made a flying trip
to Spokane this week.
Henry Clark made a trip to Spo
kane, Sunday night.
A. H- Graham was a Rathdrum
visitor, the forepart of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Donovan
visited in Rathdrum, Sunday.
Priest River.
The funeral of Mrs Strong, who
died of Bright's disease Saturday
morning, took place from the First
Congregational churclTjuly n.
A pleasant party was given by
Miss Elsie Jones at her home Sat
urday evening. Progressive eu
chre was played until a late hour.
Mr. Prehentis won the gentleman's
prize, having won the most games,
and Miss Long the ladies' prize.
A dainty lunch was served by Miss
Jones, who assisted in making the
evening a most enjoyable one.
Bonners Ferry.
The city council held a meeting
last night with a view to the com
pleting of arrangements for the
raising of Main street about three
feet, to do away with the perplex
ity of high water in the future.
C. E. Rykert, the genial custom
officer, from King Edward's do
main at the boundary, passed
through here Sunday for home
with his wife, on their way from
Spokane.
The prosperity surrounding th<
vicinity is quite noticeable in the
several improvements in residen
ces and business houses.
William Van Gasken, managet
of the Kootenai Trading Co., is
breaking ground for the building
of a new residence on Railroad
avenue.
L
J
G
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J.
A
to
C.
in
have
to
3t.
week,
fee,
ous
Fish
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Fish
N.
went
here
was
Coeur d'Alene.
The stockholders have unani
mously voted to increase the capi
tal stock of the First National
bank from $25,000 to $100,000.
The old school building on Wal
lace street was totally destroyed by
fire, Monday night. It is sup
posed to have been the work ol
incendiaries. The building has
been used lately to accommodate
overflow from the regular buildings
but will not be rebuilt.
Born, July 13, to Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Schultz, twins, a son and
daughter.
of
a
put
for
the
ed
his
in
A. McPherson. State horticultural
inspector and pure food commissioner
was here today on ofHcial business.
He inspected the stores here, and to
a Trihunk représentât! ve, he stated
that some of the stocks were excellent
while others were very objectionable,
lie is giving notice to merchants to
discontinue carrying adulterated food
Mr. McPherson says 800 barrels of
vinegar were condemned and sent oui
of the.state, and a carloaiL of kero
sene was recently ordered sent out of
Wallace, lie states that it js neces
sary to enforce the law gradually,
lie left for St. Paul today.
A meeting of the Methodists was
held Wednesday and the advisability
of building a church was discussed.
Presiding Elder Dr. Brown, of Spo
kane, was present.
D. W. Culp was ovbr from Post
Falls, Saturday, visiting his family.
He was accompanied by little Miss
Jessie McNair.
A. H. Graham was down from Ath
ol Monday, and reports that cutting |
timothy will commence soon.
II. It. Smith resigned his position
at the court house, Saturday, work on
the farm requiring his entire time.
A number of Woodmen will attend
was
on
St.
pro
posi-j
the'
and
the
of
high
great
throat
night,
dry
^ lle ^ P' cnlc a1, otur ene
Sunday._ ■■ - ■
pat-1 VQU U ant to gut tffè' official
etc". 1 ,, w ; yf K()otena j COUntv .an well
eàfsy j aml I
with' *' YY*. ^ vWnolu ri, t I a
Small 11111 ' • " ■ j ^
con- to have tl.« IhibOKK 6 * »'1 1
75 fneani*. #1 .DO pur y ear, «>U< foi
«montlm. Subscribe UOV'.'
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{ lm Damps and wife invariably
lad " Force " for Sunday evening tea,
When cook went out that afternoon»
" 'Tie bat a saucer and a spoon
T9 wash—a task not grim—
And an are pleased," laughed
Sonny Jim."
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Th« Beady-to-Serv« Cenri
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pleases everybody
in every way
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Wo BJko It
"We use 'Force' at homo and like
It eKoeedingir.
n. K. SAUirDSBS."
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C. A. Chiistieis installing a r. saw
in his mill, and will saw box lumber.
Jos. Ruslow and sister of Spokane,
have sold their places at Spirit lake
to the same party who bought Chas.
Crandall's place.
County Attorney Wilson, Went to
3t. Maries on business the first of the
week, returning Thursday.
Have you tried that. M. J. B, Cof
fee, Sold by Manor & Mulledy Cp.
W. A. Hart is having a galvanized
cornice put on bis brick block by the
Brandt's of Spokane, at a cost of $140.
Dr. II. Knudson Is making numer
ous improvements on his place at
Fish lake.
Judge Henry Melder and wife of
Bonners Ferry, were pleasant visitors
! n Rathdrum this week. They were
guests of their son, Henry Melder of
Fish lake.
Mrs. Durham and family, wife of
N. W. Durham, of the Spokesman
lleview, arrived here Monday and
went out to their summer home at
Spirit lake.
A. C. Smith, of Cheney, Wash., is
here visiting with Geo. O. and J. «S:
"Rushing, old neighbors of his in Ark
insus,
County Surveyor W. II. Edelblute
was surveying a county road at the
town of La del Cardo on Lake Coeur
i'Alene, beyond Mica, this week. lie
became confused with Inaccurato gov
ernment plats and returned here to
consult better authority.
iM'-ter
in t
vertUe
house
♦21.00
head
when
born
I
WANTED—YOUNG MEN to prepare for Gov*
eminent Positions. Fine openings Iff utl De
partments. Good Hal a ries. Rapid Promts
lions. Examinations soon. Particulars Free.
Tnter-Htate Cor. Inst., Cedar Rapids, la.
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B. F. Bourn returned, Wednesday
from lilacktall where be prospected
for two flays and wrote up some life
insurance in the Equitable, lie re
ports a large force of men at work on
the Mexico and much ore being taken
out.
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A merchant's businesl can be judg
ed a great deal by the character (if
his advertisements in the newspapers
and the wise merchant, makes his ad
vertisement a "leader" regularly and
in every issue of the paper.
to
to
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W. A. Hart returned from Spokane
Wednesday night, with an automo
bile whicn he purchased there. He
was accompanied by C. W. Itoyce.
On the road they ran into a wire'
fence and a stone wall, but no dam
age was done. This isAhc first auto
mobile owned by a resident of Bath
drum.
Very Ueinarkiible Cure of Dtarrlioea.
"About six years ago for the first
time in toy life I had a sudden and
severe attack of diarrhoea," says Mrs.
Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas,
got temporary relief, but it came buck
again and again, and for six long
years I have suffered more misery and
agony than I can tell. It was worse
than death. My husband spent hun
dreds of dollars for physicians' pres
criptions and treatment without
avail. Finallywe moved to Bosque
county, our present home, and one
day 1 happened to see an advertise
ment of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy with a test! -
momalof a man who had been cured
by it. The case was so similar to
ene
ln J' 0 * n that 1 concluded to try the
well remedy. The result was wonderful.
I could hardly realize that I was well
ri, t I a » ll,n ' or UOiove i \ con " be «* Rftor
having suffered so lonff-but that one
»'1 1 bottle of medicine, costing but a few
foi- cents, cured uie." For sale by Dr .
F. Wenz.
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WANTEO—SEVERAL PERSONS OP OH Alt
iM'-ter and jrood reputation in eai'lintatc (om?
in t Ids county required) to represent uni ad*
vertUe old established wealthy hnsinesH
house of solid lliiancial standing. Salary
♦21.00 Weekly with expenses additional, ufi
pavable in cash direct each Wednesday front
head offices. Horse and carriage furnt-hoiT
when necessary. References. Enclose self
addressed envelope. Colonial Co., iCM Rear
born Ht., Chicago.
E. P. Dyer—
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Special Attention
Given to Repair Work.
2nd Duor East of P. Ü.
Rathdrum, Idaho.
Office
Fashion Barber Shop
Peters & Ford, Prop's
Second Door West lit
Meat Market.'
llHtlMlrti.il. Idaho
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Rathdrum, Idaho.
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Buys Warrants, takes Depos
Does General Banking
Business.
its.
§ W. A, HART, pres.
a
N. BANGS
PINE LAND.
BOX 2.
Idaho;
Rathdrum
TUB RAiTHPRUW
neAT
MARKET
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to
-Carrie« a Full lane of Choice
Meats, Hams, Bacon, Lartf f
and Poultry-Game in
GRAN T YHSS, Prop.
Idaho.
Rathdrum
Rathdrum Lumber Cm
.
Christie, Shaner, Gaa & Co.
AI.Î, kinds or
Rough Lumber on hantt.
AL L ORDERS (itVKN
PROM I'T ATTENTION.
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