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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
STATX OF IDAHO.
Senators—Fred Duls.K AV. ». Ileyliurn.
t'ongressinan— Kurloii L. French,
huitième Judge .1. 1-YAIshlc.
I Inventor—John T., Morrison.
Lieutenant Governor— J. M. Stevens.
Soeretury of State—W. II. Gibson.
Auditor— 1 Theodore Turner.
Treasurer—11.11. Collin.
Hujil. Public instruct ion—May L. holt.
Statu Attorney— J. T. Ilugley.
inspector of Mines—It'iht. Bell.
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Le K isisiure-^nîmf-Jm.n*™.
HcprcM'iituthvK—Win. Ashley, [
Warren Flint. J
District Judgo— Jtalph T. Morgan.
.Sheriff—E. L. Whitney.
Auditor. Clerk and He,'order— T. L. Quurles
■s Held.
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Trensurvr -0h'o. L. Fitzsimmons.
Assessor— Itoht, ('. Thompson.
Supt. Of Schools—Hold. <\ F.gls'rs.
County Attorney—Tlios. II. Wilson.
«T mbnt? Juriff?—F. j
Burveyor— \V. II. EflHWutc.
FuroiH'r-T. A. Jii.shop.
l 'ou lit y Phyalelun— l>r. F. Wenat.
Coin missions ts: l»t district. Joseph Fisher.
a. a. Merritt.
Alex Quirle.
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S5rd
LODGE DIRECTORY.
ODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA,'
ltaiiidrom o»mp N<>. «ata.
Meet* at Woodmen Ilall every 1st und 3rd j
fhiturduy of each month. Visiting neighbors
cordially Invlled. J. It. M. Culp. Clerk; F.d
win MeBec Consul; J. u. Koch. Deputy |
Head Consul.
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u O. T. M.. katiiD iti'M LODOF. no j
ft. T, mvrtsm Wood Hall Und und 4th
SÄtarUÄT j
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R oyal nkighhous of America, j
Evergreen Hump No. Sil". Meett, , ]
Munilav evening at Woodmen Ilall. Miss
Jennie Culp, Reeurder; Mrs. J. c. Callahan.
Oracle.
W. R. C. No. 16 ,
Meet» third Saturday In rac
month ut Hurls hull at 1 o'cloc
ANNIE R. WILSON.
ESTELLATlKITMAN. See.
Pr
Laivton Post No. 29, G. A. R.,
Meets second Salurdsy In each
inoe li ;.l Harts liait al 1 u'elonk
p. in.
JOHN LY4»NH, Adjutant
J. H. WILSON.
Uom.
CHURCH D1RKCTORY.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUKOU-Rov.
E. A. Wnlker. Pastor. Mtnday Selxsil 10 a.nit
■'.inriilnv service tl n'elot-k. Clirlsllan Kn
•leavor nt t>::»p. m. Evening service at 7:110.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening.
M. E. CHURCH—Rev. C. T. Cook. Pastor,
•ervlce* every Sitnduy evening a»7:i*)o'elis'k
and every olhei Sunday morning at It rs'ltiek.
dundny Unit at Id a. m.; Jr. League at '6:1ft
nt. and Sr. League nt il::i> p. in. CnHuge pray
.. meeting every Friday evening at 7:30
u'elook, at »lie Church.
PROFK88K)NAL CARDS.
Chas. L. Heitman,
Attorney at Lav,
latMroB,
Idaho.
F. W-ENZ, M. I).,
Physician and Snrgeon,
RATIIDKUM, IDAHO
EDWIN McBEE,
Attorney at Lav,
KATHDKUM. 1DA.T
JPßNTISTKY
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In all Its latest brat.ches by
Di. D. F. Hollister,
EXAMINATION FREE
ÜATHUH4JM
IDAHO
œam m, m m m
C. H. PETERS
IX'aler lu
DIAMONDS,
WATCHES &
JEWELRY.
JH^Fine Watch Repairing a specialty
* Itathdrum, Idaho.
4*
AdvcrtisiRg Rates.
DISI'LAY ADS.
One week per Inch.
Two weeks per Inch.. .
Th rw- week* per iiw-h.
*>m* month, four weeks.
Per year per Inch .
Solidly set advertising ,-u local rates.
Locals. Five cents per line, straight.
Legal adverttacments at legal rates.
Special rates
t .is
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t, 00
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long contracts.
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JOB PR1NTINC ;!'>"<•;.t*l*eTri
WW'e Print
— _ ** **
anything' from a
visiting card up to h full size
poster. Fancy Printing of all
kinds. Address all orders to
The Tribune, Rathdrum, Idaho.
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BUILDING AT ST. LOUIS
St. Louis.,—Work upon the giant
structure iu which the United States
Government exhibits aie to be in
stalled at tliu World's Fair, is pro
gressing well. Many carloads of the
structural steel have arrived and
Mildly
i
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more is up the way. The building is
Blaine
July
age.
ago,
dence
der
since.
ed
a
Mrs.
riet
a
She
them
ta,
of
one
Mrs
who
last
will
be
; the largest structure ever built by
jgovernmental authority for any Kx
[ position. It is 800x250 feet, and
! $450,000 was set aside for its con
struction. The Government building
occupies a commanding site on a bill
in tiie extreme eastern part of the
World's Fair Grounds, Southeast of
it lies the high plateau on which will
lie situated the group of State build
j irigs. The building fronts northwest
; and commands a splendid view of the
main Exposition boulevard, which is
a mile long and 300 feet wide. The
grounds surrounding the building are
j
generously treated by the landscape
.gardener. On ihe terrace In front of
......
the Government building, a great
j fl ower garden Is laid Out on either
| from side to side leading to the main
! side of the flight of steps 100 feet
j entrance. These gardens are on a
j «l«pe sc. that the entire beds may be
[seen from the street level in front of
j <*• «»* A platform «,.» «,
_ I eupies a space in the center of the
j flight of steps, and the entire flight is
] to be richly adorned with statues.
......
Other means of reaching the level of
the Government building will be a
series of zig-zag roads, with gentle in
clines, 30 feet wide.
The general style of the building is
pseudo classic. The central pavilion
with the colonnade on either side,
forms a portion 15 feet wide and 524
feet long, 50 feet above the general
level of the other buildings, from
which a splendid view is permitted
the visitor.
An attic, 15 feet in height, sur
mounts the colonnade of Ionic col
umns, and this is richly embellished
with statues. The dome surmount
ing the central pavilion is 100 feet In
diameter, and in a general way is de
signed after the Pantheon ut Rome.
The top of the quadriga which sur
mounts it, is 115 feet above the
ground. The sculpture displayed is
symbolic of the Republic and tlic arts
of peace.
It
skin
the
and
prove
and
only
ilver
is
tion.
rectly
riches
ion.
cure
sing
tion.
W
sons
ll»hed
to
cessful
in
St..
On Good Roads
One greut reason for the prevalence
of bad roads throughout the United
.States is lack of agreement and united
action among the advocates of im
provement. Everybody prefers good
roads to bad. Everybody knows that
the roads can be Improved only by the
expenditure of money and labor. But
here the agreement ends. There is a
great variety of ideas and schemes for
securing the desired object. There is
no end of discussion, but very little
Is accomplished. Some people would
rather travel through mud than to
have the roads improved by any other
plan than their own "pet scheme."
Thus road reformers themselves some
times,actually hinder the cause to
which they arc devoted.
If the roads of the country are to
ke made good within the life time of
the present generation, it is high time
the advocates of good roads should
unite in support of a few general prt
pusilions, and go to work In favor
of a general plan. If a national goi d
roads movement ever gets started,
thing can stop it. It will sweep
everything before it. But the diffi
culty is to get started.
One great advantage possessed by
the national aid pian, which is
becoming so popular, is that it is gen
eral instead of sectional or local. It.
is as broad as the whole country. It
can bring into harmonious united
The
find
and
or
Hie
no
now
ae
lion the friends of good roads in every
state, and it is the only plan yet pro
posed that can do this.
The friends of national aid will
make a mistake if they undertake to
workout details in-advance,
will disagree among themselves and
give objections, to every advantage.
They should go to work Tor the
cral principle and leave details to be
worked out later,
of action
They
gen
This was the plan
i dopted liy Gladstone.
When his opponents asked for details
of any great reform which advocated,
Gladstoce would
"There
will he time enough to work out tie
details when we get the power."
advocates of national aid will do well
! lo emulate the example of this gre;.t
English statesman.
ansuer:
The
They should
ganize everywhere and light for the
principle leaving details to l>e worked
out in due time.—Exchange.
o -
' Trying to do business without ad
j vertising,
is like
winking in the
dark." you know what you are Uyiug
to do, but nobody else doe».
W ^99 jJ, For Drunkenness, Optait, !
liAAlAir Morphine and
<», 4 "«' Wother Drug Using,
Jft «r the Tobacco Habit
and Neurasthenia.
' THE KEELEY
INSTITUTE,
Pwlght, III.
ure
Mildly '
CmIMnllat.
Mrs James G Blaine Dead
Mrs. Janies G. Blaine died at the
Blaine homestead at Augusta. Me.,
July 15. Mrs. Blaine was 16 years of
age. From Washington, a short time
ago, she came to the old family resi
dence on State street. She was in an
enfeebled condition and bad been un
der almost constant medical attention
since. During the past week she fail
ed rapidly. Her condition was due to
a general break down of the system.
Mrs. Blaine's maiden name was Har
riet Stanwood. She was a daughter of
a leading citizen of the stuteof Maine
She met tier husband while both of
them were teachers iu a school in
Kentucky. They were married at
Pittsburg, and later came to Augus
ta, where Mr. Blaine became editor
of the Kennebec Journal. She leaves
one son, James G. Blaine, and two
daughters, Mrs. Harriet Beale and
Mrs Walter Damrusch of New York,
who were at her bedside during her
last sickm-ss. The funeral services
will occur Friday and the body will
be buried at Washington.
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A Woman's Complexion.
It is rank foolishness to attempt to
remove sallowness or greasiness of the
skin by the use of cosmetics, or
"local" treatment, cs advocated by
the "beauty doctors." The only safe
and sure way that a woman can im
prove her complexion is by purifying
and enriching the blood, which can
only be accomplished by keeping the
ilver healthy and active. The liver
is the seat of disease and blood polu
tion. Green's August Flower acts di
rectly on the liver, ciaanses and en
riches the blood, purities the complex
ion. It also cures constapation, bil
iousness, nervousness and induces re
freshing sleep. A single buttle of
August Flower bas been known to
cure the most pronounced and distres
sing cases of dyspepsia and indiges
tion. New trial size bottle, 25 cents;
regular size, 75 cents. At Dr. F.
Wenzdrug store.
to
W ANTED—SEVER A L INDUSTRIOUS PER
sons in eaili stute to travel for house estah
ll»hed eleven years and with a large capital,
to call upon merchants and agents for suc
cessful and profitable Ime. Permanent en
gagement. Weekly cash salary of 41H and ail
traveling expenses and hotel hills advanced
in cash each week. Experience not essent ial
Mention reference and enclose self-addressed
envelope. THE NATIONAL, Dearborn
St.. Chicago.
52
SIOO REWARD
The A. H. T. A. No. r.o, will glvo reward of
find lo any person or persons for the arresi
and conviction of any person or persons
stealing, driving awav. si,noting, poisoning,
or killing any live stock ol any
Hie association.
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3»»» 27 If
FOR T I I K
ed
Jribui^e
he
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and cjkt alk
TU K NIiAVSALL
TM IK r UI ME.
.Only #1.00 l'er Year.
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LIVER
TROUBLES
. ru®?« 1 TbertfonV. Blaok-Dz«nght
• good medicine for liver disease.
ï 3 ' ' on • fter he had spent
P?®-Ith dnctor*. It is all the med
MaSttv*«' ,r M ? 8 «'AFOLINH
MARTIN, Parkersburg, W. Va.
If your liver does not net reg
uwrly go to your druggist and
jeeure a package of Thedford's
IIIack-DrauBlit and take a dose
tonight. This great family
medicine frees the constipated
bowels, stirs up the torpid liver
a ?i F ailse ® a healthy secretion
of bile.
.Thedford's Black - Draught
will cleanse the bowels of im
porities and strengthen the kid
* 1 ^ 8 - A torpid liver invites
colds, biliousness, chills and
fever and all manner of sick
ness and contagion. Weak kid
neys result in Bright's disease
which claims as many victims
-- consumption. A' 25-cent
package of Thedford's Black
I'raught should always be kept
in the house.
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«on,
of
m*
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his
•t
land
or
lieg
Of
ship
a*
Tn.1' 1 . Th°dford's Black
l?f. mf, n ? T found nothing to excsl
ÏÏÜS *âf AM CO >FM^N, MÎ?
THEDFORD'S
DU«f
DRAUGHT
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timber cruiser
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II. C. Ramsey, a
near Wallace, had an exciting advin
Saturduy night las 1 , with a
ture,
large mountain lion which he met in
the road about 200 yards
Ramsey was armed only
and
from the
(ity limits,
with a knife,
circled closely about
times, until he reached his
When he had secured a gun the
The lion came
him several
cabin.
cougar had disappeared.
property insured
If you want your
against loss by lire call on the l'an
tl
handle Abstract Co.
TIM PER LAND, ACT J UN V- 3, 1878.
—Notice for Publication —
ÎS I.niul tllnri*.
■. Iditl.ii, July 11. infill.
Culled sin
Coeur d'Alei
eoinplianee
Not ire is hereby pi ven that »
with the provisions of 1 hi* aet of ( d»k
J une A, I*;*, entitled An act for 1 he
timber lands iu the States of ('aliform
go», Nevada and Washington Territory
extended toall the I'nblie Land stab
of August 4, ISir>. JULIAS. RANI),
kune, county of Spokane, stale of \\
ton. has this dav Hied in this oth
sworn statement No. KKKk for the niirch
Mie Lot I of section No. 4 in Pp. No. >«
e No. 2 w b in. a n <1 will
howthat thelaud sought is more
of
le of
Or
. I.v act
,»f Spo
ishing
tv iter
l
f
north.
r « n
offer proof ti
valuable for its timber or stone tha
cultural purposes, and to
to said land before Ihn Rt
or this office :it ( of
Monday, fl»e 21st flay of September
He nantiras witnesses: Guy Huas, of Spo
il a i»«'. Wash.; Arnold J. Taylor. Lloyd Quack
eninish and Frank Grass all of Athol. Idaho.
laimingadversely the
are reqested to file
>r before said
for
l ♦ in»
tahlish hi'
iver
•ur d'Alene. Idaho, on
UKXI.
Any and all persons c
ahove-desi'ribed lands
their claims in thisnffh
2Istduy of September im 1». II. HU DLO.VJ
J17SW Kehlst er.
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CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of tho Interior.
United States Land Offiee Coeur d'Alene.
Idaho, June H. IIKHI.
A sufficient eon test affidavit Iu
filed in this office by J. A. Miller.
Idaho, contest ant, against homestead
No. 174U. made July ff. IHW. for NE'*' 4 . i
24. township 74n, range J w. b.
it. O'Neill Contestée, in whirl
that said entryman has never cleared
vated. fenced, improved or established resi
dence on the place, that th
unfinished canin at the time of filing and
that said aile x e il a h se n e e
from said land was not due to bis
ment in the Army, Navy or Marine Corp
the United States during the war w
or during any other war in « hieb the United
St a tea. may be engaged either as
soldier, officer, seaman or marine,
ties are hereby not ified to appeal
and offer evidence touching said allegation
at 10 o'clock a. ni. on August ü liefere
the Register and Receiver at the United
States Land Office in Coeur d'Alene. Idaho.
The said contestant havi
affidavit, filed
which show that after due diligence personal
service of this notice can not, be mane, it is
horeby ordered and directed that such notice
be Riven by due and proper publication.
jun!2julyl7 D.il. BUDLONG. »exister.
f n At hoi.
»try
'tiim
!.. by William
it i* ailcLM'd
in
a small
euuloy
''
itli Spain
private
lid par
respond
in si proper
set forth facts
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
Land Office at Uoeur cl'Ale
ne Idaho.
June 1. I HOT
Notice is hereby «iven timt the following
named settler has Hid notice of hi> intention
to make final proof in sup|>ort of ids claim,
and that said proof will tn* made before the
Register and Receiver at Uoeur d'Alene. Ida
ho, on July 1H, lW.t. vi/.:
BRICE COLM AN
lid. 14BÏ for the md. 4 of section :#>, township
52 n, r. 3 \r b in.
limes the following witnesses to i:
bis continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: Ross Diugntan.
DavidL. Masterson. Samuel F. Rhodes, Mark
Hudlow. all of Ratbdrum. Idaho.
jun!2julyl7 D. H. BUDLONG, Register
lie
>rov
ty
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of ll.e Interior,
Voiled States Land Office
ll'Alene. Idalio, April 10. 180B.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
tiled In lids office by Thomas ('. Napier of
(iranite. Idaho., contestant, against, home
-toad entry No. 103. made .lime 3. )!I3>. r, M E'
HklX'ifeSecitTpNX Ullwbni. by
•rank II. Lewis. ( ontestee, in which it is al
leged that said ontrymen never attempted ti
make any improvements on tin
erilied land,
cultivated
Coe I
hove des
never lived nil the same, never
... ' ,r Improved any part thereof,
.hat the said entryman has wholly abandon
ed the said land and has made his I.
other place then th
some
.. , on and Dial for the six
months last past he has not liecn near, nor
lived on said land and that said alleged ab
sence was not doe to bis employment In the
army, navy or niarimt corps of the United
Slates during the war with Spain or during
any other war in which the I'uited Slates
nmy be engaged either as a private soldier,
ottlcfr, süüiimn or marine.
Salti parties are hereby untitled to appear
respond and offer evidence touching said al
egatlon at 10 o'clock a. m. on August 3. I!l03
before the Legislcr and Receiver at the I'nit
Idaho
I lie said ('onlesianl bavin«;, u, ,„. nnil)
affidavit, filed June 17, IROtt. set forth faets
vvliieb show that after due dilixenee personal
service of this notieeean not he made, it i '
hereby ordered and directed that such notice
he giien by duo and proper publication,
junl»-July24
l>. H. HlTDLONO, Register.
TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3 1878
- Notice for Publication.—
United States Land Office.
t'ociir d'Alene, Idaho. June 11*. 11*03.
ls l,( T e , l '.v given that in ciimpllancc
« ith the pi-nvislons of the set of t'on-Vcss ol
•1*1 no .*, IS,S. entitled "An act for thu suie
timlicc lands In the Stall's of ('alifoniia. Oiv
«on, Nevada, and Washington territorv "
extended to all the Publie Laud Slates by ttCl
of August 4, 1SD2.GEORGK P. WETUEIHLL
m* 'l>ukune. eounty of Spokane, state, of
.• aslilii^ton. has this day filed in this off ice
his sworn statement No. 1272. forth? pureliase
of Section No. 2k In Town
, , ... fiWth, r a n v N u m her
•t w b in. and will offer proof to snow that the
land sought Is more valuable for its tinthei
or Ht«>nc than for agricultural purposes, and
totstahlish his claim to said land before tin
lieg stcr and It,*-,-Iver of this "IncclS"^^»'
oÂe*nbï';: , Â Wt ' d,,L ' S,1,,y - t,K 91,1 di '-v
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Jui.J6Augat-03 Ucgistcr.
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Of the SC *4 of su
ship Number i
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_We promptly obtain U. 8. and For
PATENTS
model,sketeti or photo tfiimTtionfor
Went* and TRADE-MfiRKS *1*
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Opposite U. S. Patent Office
WASHINGTON Cf. C.
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GPOCEP1ES
Everything clean,
We spare no
That are right,
bright and up-to-date,
efforts or expense to please our trade
Our Prices are right-Quality the best
Courteous treatinont-Pi ompt delivery
i»r.V & Stationery in Connection jj y |
U
j V^ltuhery, Confect loi
Uafsep Bpos.
——HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
HATH DRUM IDAHO
tü 1 ÜIÜÜ
I^E^E 5 T^R Ö copfj Ço...
Land For Sale I Sonic of the best farms in Knote
nai Cuunty, andllA VR MADE some of the liest, SALES. We
have a class of Customers that DEMANDS the BUST, and to sup
ply I liai demand we want lo list some more Good, First-Class
FARMS. If you want to Sell, Come in and list your land with us
and WE WILL do the rest; or if you want to buy, CALL ON US.
e here to Flenseonr Customers, as well as Trollt for Ourselves.
Office Second Door East of Mountain View Hotel.
RATHDRUM, IDAHO.
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Be Sure You are Right
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Parties intending 1 to purchase real estate can
assure themselves of this fact by requiring an ab
eA stract of title before they purchase. This can be
had by calling on or writing to the
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Panhandle Abstract Co. Ltd., Rathdrnm, Idaho. ,,,
Piorv^p
R^éil Éétéik Co.
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of RATHDRUM, IDAHO.
Crenshaw, Wright & Borthwick.
Buys and Sells real estate on commission.
Town proper
ty for sale. We have a list of good farms and timber lands for sale.
ADDRKSS
Crenshaw, Wright Borthirick, Hathdrum, Idaho.
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iRATHDRUro. IDAHO
EEYI ESCII,
Proprietor
This OLD STAND has Iteen rofltted, NEW BUGGIES artfled, Ff
the best in the market. GOOD and SAFE horses and experienced Sj
drivers. Charges reasonable. Public patronage solicited. I am
prepared to serve CAMPING and FISHING parties, large and
small, to all surrounding LAKES, at pi
SPECIAL STAGE RATES
—ti r k—
UTRIBUNE PRINTERYP
K< )K—
ll ILL HEADS,
ENVELOPES,
POSTERS,
INVITATIONS,
BUSINESS CARDS,
CI RCULARS,
MEAL TICKETS,
RECEIPT BLANKS.
NOTE HEADS,
LETTER HEADS,
STATEMENTS,
DODGERS,
PROGRAMS,
CALLING CARDS,
MILK TICKETS,
SHIPPING TAGS,
NOTE BLANKS,
LEGAL BLANKS.
Address. THE TRIBUNE, Rathdrum, Idaho
and
«»RIDER AGENTS WANTED
in each town to take orders for our new High G ratio
Guaranteed Bicycles.
New 1903 Models
$ 8.75
$ 10.75
$ 12.78
$ 14.78
ti
BeMèc/'
Cossack,"
Siberian," A Beauty
. Ivoad Racer
,r j j ffi bicycle a ^y price. . «
RMilW Any other make or model you want ct one-thifd
WftHil price. Clioice of any standard tires and best
MaH C( l u iL>nicnt on al] our bicycles. tStronucat guarantee
Mil -Y® ®W#P ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any on»
mjW without a cent deposit and allow lo DAYS FRE»
!)i ) Æ TRIAL, before purchase is binding.
mwsÆ' G®® fécond Hand Wheels *2 6ft
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