m Kaihdrum Tribune
Succeeding the Silver Blade.
PUBLISHED FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK.
RFirr 11 tons
Publishers and Proprietors.
J. R. M CtILP
One Yeah, ie paid in advance.
••Entered April 28,1008, at Iintlidruni, Ida
)io. as second-class matter, under Act of
('oi,sre».s of March '.i, 1H79.
Numerous complaints are be
ing made about the unsavory
condition of the water works.
Lengthy discussion is unnecess
ary. Anyone by a few minutes
walk can ascertain the exact
conditions as they exist. The
reservoir and the creek immed
iately above it is filled with rot
ton logs, old shoes, etc., and is
the trysting pince of the cattle
of the vicinity. The absence of a
filter allows this water, in a
tainted and unwholesome eondi- j
tion to reach the users. Is Hath- j
drum to lose its reputation of ;
having the finest water in Idaho? |
Will the citizens tolerate it?
Will the water company do its '
The Teachers' Institute finished its
sessions last Friday, Prof. Reed the
conductor continuad his instructions
in general methods and school admin
istration each day.
acted as Instructors duiiDg the last
three days were, W. O. Cummings,
geography; D. VanDuzer, orthography
D. McCall, history. Miss Davis dis
cussed reading and Superintendent
Egbers gave Instructions in School
Law and Course of Study.
The total number of those who ab
tended wits 107, as follows:
Burnham, IL L.
Branscomb, Flora McCall, D.
Benuett, Nellie Nogel, A r chie
Bropbey,Elizabeth Neavllle, Jas. D.
Bump, Eliza J.
Cord, Oma S.
Cummings, W. O. Ryan, Sadie
Clancy, Emily II. Reiniger, Laura
Carpenter, Ada Ross, Bertha
Carlson, Miss A R Reed, Mlles F.
Calef, Ida A.
Davis, May M.
Dyer, Mrs. Robt.
Davis, Susan L.
McMillan R. H.
Miles, II. Mctta
McCall, C. B.
Matbeson, Mrs MJ
Moss, Winifred C.
Putman, Daisy D.
Ramsey, J. W.
Riggs, Ella R.
Shern, O. R.
Skinner, Mrs. Ft)
' Eaton, Reta
Egbers, R. C.
Eastland, J. it.
Fisher, Ruby Glen Sexton, Eliza
Foster, A. I).
Galloway, Eunice Sala, Lenora
Gray, Emma A Tarkington, India
Garvey, Genevieve Trow bridge, Mabel
Hiatt, Katherine Slayton, Flora F
Henson, G. B. VanDuzer, D
llickman, Mrs A Wood, W. T.
Hawkins, Jessie Waddle, Minnie
Hockett, Bessie C Wilson, Francis E
Hickman, A II Wales, Marie J
Hunter, Francis Williams, Ursula
Huge, Martha M White, Mrs Jenulc
Hussey, Mabel S Walker, J. B
Jlaberiuan,Margaret Wells, Nelle J
Hogan, Laura C. Woodwaitb, T. G.
Hub.ii, Mary Kenedy, Cora
Sprout, Ada B
Kennedy, Jas. L. Kennedy, Rosa E
Lagers, Abble R.
Morley, Samuel J.
Fruit From Kootenai Valley.
Sheriff Whitney has on exhibition
at his office, some fine samples oi
fruit raised in the Kootenai valley.
They were sent to him by A. F. An
nis of Bonners Ferry. They include
apples, pears, peache«, plums and
crab apples, and clearly bespeak tht
supremacy of Kootenai valley as i>
fruit couutry. Two of the apples
weighed 4J lbs, one alone tipping the
scales at 22 ounces, ilush.
Justice John A. Steiuline of Sand
Roint is io town today.
"Just as soon as snow flies we
shall commence shipping from the
Continental, and wc expect to pro
duce 5000 tons of high grade silver
lead ore this winter," said Harry
Roberts of Duluth, who is heavily
interested in the great galena bon
anza on Mount Klockmann, near
Port Hill, Idaho.
i "We have 50 men at work," he
"Thirty of them are
overhauling the road and putting
il in sha P e t0 la y Steel u P on il *
when we get ready for a railway.
The road was constructed last year
It has a length of 22 miles and a
maximum grade of 3 per cent. It
was built with the view of laying
steel eventually for a narrow guage
"The mine is showing up better
than ever. In the Blue Joe tunnel
at a distance of 650 feet and a
depth of 400 feet, we have three
feet of $80 ore, and there is 40
feet of a six into one concentrate
in addition. "We have taken out
! 600 tons of ore from the surface of
the Continental claim to have it
i ready before snow flies. We shall
take out ore from the tunnel levels
i as soon as winter sets in and sur
I face work is impossible."
' A Klockman, the original owner
! of the Idaho-Continental group,
j left for the mine last night.—Spok
esman-Review of Monday Sept. 7.
Vernon Leon, the little son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sliter, died
on Tuesday morning, Sept. 1, af
ter a sickness of about 12 hours.
He was 2 years and 15 days old.
The funeral services were conduct
ed on Thursday at the M. E.
church, by Rev. D. D. Allen. The
beautiful white casket was covered
with flowers, tributes of respect
from many sympathetic friends. A
large procession followed the re
mains to the cemetery.
On Thursday, Sept. 9, at 3 p.
m. Mr. N. K. Nelson, of Hillyard,
Wash., and Miss Carrie Sliter,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Sliter, of Post Falls, Idaho,
were united in marriage at the
home of the bride's parents, Rev.
D. D. Allen officiating.
A fire last Satuday morning des
troyed the Jamison blacksmith
shop. The cause of the fire is un
Governor and Mrs. John T. Morri
son are visiting in Nortnern Idaho
this week. They arrived in Rathdrum
from Spokane Monday morning.
Their visit was a surprise, but an in
formal reception was held at Hon. C.
L. Heltman's office, after which Mr.
Heitman took them to his summer
home at Fish lake. They were also
treated to a ride on tho lake in W,
A. Hart's gasoline launch. Return
ing to town, In the evening the gov
ernor graciously consented to partici
pate in the opening of the new hall.
On Tuesday mofning the distinguish
ed couple went to Coeur d'Alene,
whence, by w»y of Harrison, Wallace
and Grangeville they will return to
Boise. This is the governor's first va
cation since ho took office since which
time he had been working 14 hours a
day. He is enjoying his ten days re
spite and is eulhuslaslic in his praise
of this grand region.
$100 Reward, $100.
Thc readers of this paper will bi
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science hat
been ab'e to cure in afl its stages and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cun
is the only positive cure now knowi
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requir
es a constitutional treatment. IlallV
Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
iug directly upon the biojd and muc
)us surfaces of the system, thereby
lestroylng the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature m doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith
in its curative powers, that they offei
me Hundred Dollars for any
that it fails to cure. Send for list ol
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, G
Sold by Druggist, 75c.
Hail's Family Pills are tbe best.
.„IjfJpDp I^E^E5JPT^9 CO^|J <$o...
Land For sale, Some of the best farms in Koote
nai County, and HAVE MADE some of the best SALES. We
have a class of Customers that DEMANDS the BEST, and to sup
ply that demand we want to 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 lest; or if you want to buy, CALL ON US.
We are here to I'leaneoar Customer«, as well a« Protit for Ouraclvea.
Office Second Door East of Mountain View Hotel.
Rathdrum Lumber Co. Fashion Barber Shop
WM. J. FORD, Proprietor.
Christie, Shaner, Gaa & Co.
ALL KINDS OF
Rough Lumber on baud.
ALL ORDERS GIVEN
Second Door West of
of RATHDRUM, IDAHO.
Borthwick & «Berry.
Buys and Sells real estate on commission.
ty for sale. We have a list of good farms and timber lands for sale.
Borthwick ft Berry, Rathdrum, Idaho.
Rev C. T. Cook returned, Wednes
day, from the M. E, Conference at
Spokane, lie passed a good examin
ation and was regularly ordained and
returned to his charge here, for an
other year, much to the satisfaction
of bis congregation.
I will give $50 reward for informa
tion leading to the arrest and convic
tion of anyone taking my wood from
along the railroads, without authori
M. D. Wright. Aug. 2i-tf
Jeff Davis is janitor for the Fra
ternal hail, at a salary of $15 per
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in this County and
adjoining territory for well and favor
ably known House of solid financial
standing. $20 00 straight cash salary
and expenses, paid each Monday by
check direct from headquarters. Ex
pense money advanced; position per
manent. Address Manager. 610
Monon Bldg., Chicago, III. nv!3
"I find Tbedford'a Black-Draught
Medicine for liver disease. ^
Jtcnred my foo after he had spent
•100 with doctors. It is all themed
îS , fSj , .J a L®-'!r MBS - CAROLINE
MARTIN, Parkersburg, W. V».
If your liver does not act reg
ularly go to your druggist and
a package of Thedford's
Black-Draught and take a dose
tonight. This great family
medicine frees the constipated
bowels, stirs un tho torpid liver
and causes a healthy secretion
Thedford's Black - Draught
will cleanse the bowels of im
purities and strengthen the kid
neys- 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
as consumption. A 25-cent
package of Thedford's Black
Draught should always be kept
in the house.
"I used Thedford's Blaek
Draught for liver and kidney 00 m
P"»» »od found nothing to excel
ÖS" COFFufN. XSi
-Carries a Eull Line of Choice_
Meats, Hams, Bacon, Lard,
and Poultry-Game in
GRANT Y ESS, Prop.
The largest sum ever paid for a pre
scription, changed hands in San Fian
clsco, Aug. 30, 1901. The transfer in
volved in coin and stock $112,500.00
and was paid by a party of business
men for a specific for Bright's Disease
and Diabetes, hitherto incurable dis
They commenced the serious inves
tigation of the specific Nov. 15, 1900
They interviewed scores of the cured
and tried it out on its merits by pul
ting over three dozen cases on thi
treatment and watching them. The)
also got physicians to name chronic,
incurable cases, and administered ii
with the physicians for judges. Uj
to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent ot
the test cases were either well or pro
There being but thirteen per cent oi
failures, the parties were satisfied and
closed the transaction. The proceed
ingsofthe investigating eommittei
and the clinical reportsof the test cas
es were published and will be mailed
free on application, Address John J.
Fulton Company, 409 Washingtoi
St. San Francisco, Cai.
WANTED—SEVERAL INDUSTRIOUS PER
sons in ou ih state to travel for house estab
lished eleven years mid with a large capital,
to call iipou merchants and agents for sue
cessful and profitable line. Permanent en
gagement. Weekly easli salary of ÿis and ail
traveling expenses and hotel bills advanced
in cash euch week. Experience not essential
•Mention reference and enclose self-add ressen
envelope. THE NATIONAL, 334 Dearborn
Notice of Election.
N OTICE FS HEREBY GIVEN that an Elec
tlpn will be held at the School House in
echoot District No. 2«, in Kootenai County,
lcinho, for the purpose of voting on the es
tablishment of Dratnuge District No. One
Kootenai Oounty, Idaho, on Saturday, Sept!
WC3, and for tho further
purpose of choosing three Commissioners
who shall be known and dlslgnated as drain
age Commissioners for sahl drainage district
o utvO.V M ,tr À L '* ot silld proposed Drainage
distilct No. One are particularly described
as follows, to wit: Comineiicing on lloodo
Creek at the Junction of said Creek with ,
North Line of Section 7, Twp. 5ft North Hun-,
u,w ."- thence following the West ami
Vi' . I " ur ï L,ne of wllllt I» known as
through section 7 Twp.
'il' .U, a !îrP,Z West II. M.; arid Sections 12, 11. 14.
21. 21k 35. 27, 34. ft of Twp. 55. Range 4 W. B. M
and Sections 3, 4, 10. lft, 14, 21. 2«. 25. In Twn 54
Range 4 W. B. M. thence through Sections :
JMP d •*? , iu T'WP- M. Range 3 W. B. M. to the
Section Line between sections 20 and 21. Twp.
"North. Range 3 W. R. M. thence due North
a»?» ïo t ' to . l !in lne J to thc Northern Bonn
daiy of the said Hoodoo Meadows: thence in
Northern Course following the
North and East Boundary of the said Hiiodoo
M^ows, through the following sections.
Sections 19. «.and 30. Twp. M N. Range 3
; .J*' ■ : an< l sections 25,24. 23. u. il. in and
.k in Twp. 54. North Range 4 W It M and
sections 34.27, 35. 2«, 2:4, 24. 23, 14. ai'dlS in' Two
ff' 3,'i r 'b. Rsoge 4 W. B. M. and section Seven
in Twp. 5» North, range 3 w. B. M. to the
}y Yàooaeres! mii,,g ' con *»lnlng approxlmate
Said election shall be conducted In accord
. .- «><
IN WITNESS WnEREOF I. have hereunto
s« 1 "' y hand and affixed the Seal
A D y V«?« U th 8 2nd Day of Sept.
,, T. L. QUARLES.
Clerk of the Board of Couuty Commissioners
eH-WH-H* H-H* h-H*
I G. S. THOMAS, President.
X JNO. C. CALLAHAN, Caiihier.
K. E. YOUNG. Asst. Cashier.
Bank oi Commerce |
General Banking Business.
Hat Ini nun,
Bankers Money Orders Sold on nil
Points In the United States,
Canada and Mexico.
X Insurance Against Burglary by I
X Maryland Casualty Co. I
Fall Time is Coming—^
RATHDRUM HARDWARE STORE
Has Jnst Received a Complete Line Of
HEATERS AND COOK STOVES
RIGHT STOVES AT RIGHT PRICES.
ISaTCome in and see oiir new amethyst ware, which will not chip
or peal. Something new."'©a Full line of Hardware, Including
guns and ammunition.
Henry Reiniger, : Rathdrum, Idaho
Homefinders' Real Estate and Insurance
B. F. BOURN, General Manager
Farms Listed and Sold—Life and Fire Insurance Solicited— and— Mining
Stock for Sale. .
Stock Farms, Hay Farms, Prairie Land anil Homestead Itrlingulahmentii--
A large list of ttie best in the country, for the purchase of which, a large
1 :umber of parties are now corresponding with the company—parties who
are coming to look over I lie country, the coming Spring with a view to set
tlelng permanently. Considering this, the Company is anxious to list
more land, so as to supply the demand. We will sell your prouerty for
you at good prices and yet dispose of It at prices which are Bargains com
pared with eastern real estate values
I.lfe Insurance:—! am agent for tho Equitable Life Assurance Association,
which Is the best of the old line companies,
fc: Accident Insurance:—i nm agent for the Travelers' Accident company, well
Si known to be reliable. -
Jt- Fire Insurance:—I a
Fire insurance Companies.
Mining stock:—t also bandle Mining Stock where It is no fake proposition .
tWlfullon mo. All business promptly attended to.
affont for tho Hamburg. Breman nnd German -a merleau
B. F. BOURN, Rathdrum, Idaho.
ii 4 ilàiUiUiiàiUiUiUiUi 4 UUiUi<iiUiUiUiUÜ 4 iUiUiUiUi
Millinery, Trimmed Hats,
Ribbons, and Silk Veilings in latest styles, etc.
Battenburg and Ladies Furnishings.
Mrs. C. H. PETERS, Proprietor
That the Warm Weather is
Here People are Constantly
Looking around for Some
thing Kool. We can Supply Your
Needs. WE KEEP
Kool Dry Goods.
Kool Boots & Shoes
—Kool Kourteous Clerks—
EVERY THING KOOL.
THE RATHDRUM MERCANTILE CO., Ltd.
Is the only all home print weekly newspaper in Koote
nai county. It is a home industry,
its income is spent at home,
and deserving of patronage and
The greater part of
It is a paper fur tlie people,
Is the only Paper in Kootenai
•cial news, complete and up-to-date.
county which prints the offi
Has the only JOB OFFICE in Rathdrum.
, Prices away be
low Spokane. First Class Printing of all kinds. Everything
p to date. Don t send to Spokane for your job work, when
'* * ust as >' ou want it, right here at home.
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME, by Patronizing those
Want to Ppint Yogp
NOTF, HEADS. LETTER HEADS
* "'K"^"k7lriKi;Sd. 01 " j ° u °"'*
BILL HEADS. STATEMENTS.
BUSINESS CARDS, Everything.
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