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Every Day's a Bargain
We Are Giving
Special Inducements on Men's Youths' and Childrens'
Clothing.
Our Stock of Fall Dry Goods and
Notions is Complete in Every Line with a Larger
Stock than ever before,
Don't Miss the Opportunity; Watch the
Crowd and Follow it to
Manor & Mulledy Company
Successors to E P Manor
Rathdrum.
Idaho
PBOFKSSIONAL CARDS.
Chas. L. Heitman,
Attorney at Law,
Idaho.
Rathdrum,
F. WENZ, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
RATIIDSl'lI, IDAHO
EDWIN McBEE,
Attorney at Law,
RATHDRUM, IDA.T
A. W. POST
Justice of the Peace and
ü. S. Court Commissioner
fSr-,Ul legal business promptly attended to.
Also for Sale: Lots In Post's Addition and
Acre Property. OFFICE In annex to Moun
tain View Uotcl, RATHDRUM, IDAHO.
pSKTlSTRY
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In all its latest branches by
Dr. D. F. Hollister,
EXAMINATION FREE
IDAHO
KATIlDKUftl
N. BANGS
PINE LAND.
BOX 2.
Idaho.
Rathdrum
E. P. DYER
WATCHMAKER.
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Special Attention Given
to Repair Work.
1st Door East of
Post Office.
IDAHO
OFFICE
RATHDRUm.
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I » Buys Warrants, takes Depos
its. Does General Banking É
Business. f|
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If you want good bread use XXX
Flour, manufactured in Kallspcil,
Mont., of Dakota Winter Wheat.
Fcr Sale By
Larsen Bros.
If you want your property insured
against loss by fire call on the Pan
handle Abstract Co.
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PERSONAL MENTION.
Geo. Batters, of Athol, was heie
Monday.
A. C. Noble was among the visltois
from Granite, Monday.
Undertaking and embalming, G. R.
Klopf.
Read the ad which Beggs, Cren
shaw & Co., have in this issue.
Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Graham, of
Athol, were in town Monday.
Don't miss seeing those Ladles'
Coats, just received at M. & M. Co.
Jahn Papendiek and family, moved
into their new house, this week.
J. J. Browne, of Spokane, was in
town on business, Tuesday.
E. P. Dyer has been clearing his
lots, preparatory to erecting a dwell
ing bouse thereon.
Fur pianos and organs, inquire of
Klopf.
Mr. and Mrs, G. L. Dick expect to
leave tomorrow for Roseburg, Ore.
Justice J. R. Wilson was at Coeur
d'Aleue on land business, Wednesday.
Leona r d Bernard, secretary of the
Sterling Mill, of Athol, was in town
Thursday,
G. R. Klopf carries a full line of
furniture, racket goods, porcelain and
crockery.
Henry Keyser, a prominent stock
raiser of Priest River, was in town
yesterday and this morning.
B. F. Wilson is slowly convalesing,
but the typhoid foyer still maintains
its hold upon Mrs. "Wilson.
Attorney Wilson had legal business
at Coeur d'Alene, a couple of days
this week.
Jas. II. Harte, and wife, of Coeur
d'Alene, attended the grand opening
of the new fraternal hall, Monday.
FOR SALE:—Fine large Milk Cow
at Echo Ranch, Fish lake, for $45.
Dr. Knudson.
R. S. McCrea was in Spokane, laut
week, and accompanied Mrs. McCrea
home from the hospital, Saturday.
Just received, A full line of Ladies'
Shirt waists, for fall and winter.
M. & M. Co.
1 lime
J. W. Peters reports that four
show companies have written him,
desiring to make dates in Rathdrum.
Supt. Egbers, who attended the M.
E. conference in Spokane, returned
Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary Lancaster has a large
lot of clean timothy seed for sale.
Address: Rathdrum, Idaho.
Auditor T. L. Quarles was at
Wardner, Saturday and Sunday, on
important mining business.
church, Sunday morning and evening
by the pastor, C. P. Cook.
The ladles of the banquet commit-!
tee, gave a supper, Tuesday, consist
Ing of the remains of the great feast,
Over 150 persons were accommodated,
There will be services at the M. E.
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Farr Is able to be out with
the assistance of a cane, although be
is vet far from being recovered.
Solom
lheRathbone Sisters are prepar
log to give a lazaar and New Eng
land supper, the second Thursday in
LOST—At the Fraternal ball, a
haodsome china pitcher. Finder
please return H to Mrj. 0. A, Me
Donald.
December.
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We are indebted to Mr». Ifary
Lancaster for samples of two excell
°.nt varieties of plums, whlefa ire
ready for market at her farm near
Gatbdrum.
Married: Tuesday, by Justice J. R.
WÜ80D, F. M. Noonen of Spokane,
and Belle R. Pope of Boise; C. E.
Snyder and Julia A, Foust of Repub
lic, Wash,
Dr. Joseph J. Pflstor, the well
known eye specialist, from St. Paul,
will be in Ratbdruru, Sept. 15, to 19,
at the Mountain View. Ou Sept. 20,
he will be In Athol.
G. W. Nicolai, who has been dan
gerously ill with typhoid fever, died
this morning. An extended notice
will appear next week.
! Geo. Humphry is building a black
smith shop in the East End. He re
considered his intention of going to
Post Falls.
The Sterling Mill Co. of Athol, Id
aho. is now turning out large quanti
ties of curtain crown mouldings, quar
ter rounds, coves, astragles, base,
parting beads, stops, nosings, fancy
casings and a large lot of the finished
product.
Fifty-eight additional lock boxes
have been Installed In the postofflce.
This indicates, with precision, the
growth of the community.
Rev. T. G. Hodgson has been re
turned to Coeur d'Alene, for his 8tb
year.
Gto. W. Koch, the photographer,
arrived home, Monday, and has been
awaiting a favorable day to make
some views. He returned to Deer
Park, Wash., today.
Miss De ia Reinhart accompanied
Miss Rachel Smith to Lakeview, Sat
urday, for a visit. Miss Smith is the
teacher of the Lakeview school in
place of Miss Reinhart who taught
there last year.
Klopf has bicycle goods, casings
and repairing tools.
Mrs. Winnie Smith finished a suc
cessful term of school at Carlin Bay,
on Lake Coeur d'Alene, two weeks
ago. It is said she departed with
the regrets of the community and the
children, who had become greatly
attached to their teacher.
Attorney C. L. Heitman has made
some changes in the interior of his
town residence, having carved a pri
vate office off the dining room back of
his splendid library. Other changes
are to be be made immediately, and
the transforming of the building in
to a two story house, is contemplated.
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His Life Saved by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy.
'•B. L. Byer, a well known coop r
of this town, says he believes Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrh
oea Remedy saved his life last sum
mer. He had been sick for a month
with what the doctors call bilious dy
sentery, and could get nothing to do
him aoy good until he tried this
remedy. It gave him immediate re
lief," says B. T. Little, merchant,
Hancock, Md. For sale by Dr. F.
Wenz.
Killed at LaClede.
Wi Him Rufenhorst was run over
and killed by a Great Northern train
near Laclede, Idaho, Saturday morn
ing. He was repairing a bridge on
the road and had a haDdcar of tim
bers on the track. AVhen the engine
was coming along he attempted tn
move the car upon the switch, but
the engine struck the end of the tim
bers and the unfortunate man was
knocked beneath the engine and cut
in two.
He leaves a widow and daughter at
Priest River, Idaho. He was 38 years
of age. The remaios were taken to
Wayside for interment,
Medical Lake Salt* Mfg.Co.. Spokane. Wash
My Dear Sirs—For several years I
j had been a sufferer from chronic dls
Could neither
order of the stomach.
! eat nor drink with comfort, and my
I stomach seemed to rebel against such
; food as other people enjoyed. It was
some time after I learned of the vir
tues of Medical Lake In cure of such •
• cases before I consented to try the 1
wa ter, for the reason that I bad no
faith in It. But persistant friends
finally prevailed and I commenced
using toe water. Much to my surprise
immediate Improvement followed,
and in an incredibly short time was
entirely well. Since then I eat what
best pleases me and no further trou
I
Ue is experienced,
II. G. VIRGIN.
• Medical Lake, Wash.
I Your druggist has Medical Lake
a Salts for sale. Oct a package and
g j VC it a trial. It will give releif and
8ave expense of a trip to Medical Lake,
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ON SOME ARTICLES
SELLING- AT LESS THAN
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♦••-"A Full Carload of Liverpool Sait in 50 ib. Sacks at 60 Gents
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Ctandard Pie Peaches, Peats,
J Cherries, Blackberries and
Pumpkins, Gallon Cans 30c
Ctandard Table Corn 10c per
à Can. (Not sold in case lots)
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Carnation Milk lOo per can
S TANDARD Table Fruit, consisting of Pears, Peaches, Cherriçs, Apricots
and Strawberries, @ 12^4 cents per cah. § *
All other Goods at as Low Prices as oan be had anywhere
Quality considered. Highest Market Price paid for
Hay, Grain, Cordwood and Produce, in Exchange
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RATHDRUM
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Question Answered.
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine In the
civilized world. Your mothers' and
grandmptherè' never thought of using
anything else for Indigestion or Bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of Appendicitis,
Nervous Prostration or Heart failure,
etc. They used August ^Flower to
clean out the system and stop fermen
tation of undigested food, regulate
the action of the liver, stimulate thi
nervous and organtic action of the
system, and that is all they took
when feeling dull and bad with head
aches and other aches. You only need
a few doses of Green's August Flower
in liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothlog serious the matter
with you. You can get this reliable
remedy at Dr. F. Wenz drug store.
Price 25c and 75c.
The Sterling Mill Co. of Athol, Id
aho, makes a specialty in finished
lumber. They carry now, in stock,
large quantities of bevel siding, floor
ing, ceiling, rustic, casings, mouldings
and Id fact ueariy every thing that it
takes to build a bouse.
Stomach Trouble.
"I have been troubled with my
stomach for the past four years,"
says D. L. Beach, of Clover Nook
Farm, Greenfield, Mass. "A few days
ago I was induced to buy a box of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. I have taken part of them
and feel a great deal better,
have any trouble with your stomach
try a box of these Tablets. You are
certain to be pleased with the result.
Price 25 cents. For sale by Dr. F.
Wenz.
If vou
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W. C. Rogers has the new second
story uf bis building nearly completed.
OwesHisXif étoaN eighbor ' sKindness
Mr. D. P. Daugherty, well known
throughout Mercer and Sumner coun
ties, W. Va., most likely owes his life
to the kindness of a neighbor. He
was almost hopelessly afflicted with
diarrhoea; was attended by two phy
sicians who gave him little, if any,
relief, when a neighbor learning of
his serious condition, brought him a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured
him in less than twenty-four hours.
For sale by Dr. F. Wenz.
G. B. Henson, who has been teach
ing at Rimrock, has secured a school
at St. Joe.
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A Remarkable Record.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a
remarkable record. It has been in
• use for over thirty years, during
1 which time many million bottles have
been sold and used. It has long beeD
toe standard and main reliance In the
treatment of croup In thousands of
homes, yet during ail this time no
case has ever been reported to the
manufacturers In which it failed to
effect a cure. When given as soon as
the child becomes hoarse or even as
soon as the croupy cough appears, it
will prevent the attack. It is pleas
ant to take, many children like it. It
contains no opium or other harmful
substance and may be given as confl
dently to a baby as to an adult. For
vale by Dr. F. Wenz.
If Not, Why Not
Gall on the
Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd.
For an ABSTRACT of your Property and See â
if your Title is good We make Plats and
Search Records.
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Rathdbum, Idaho.
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John Miller, Pres.
Uoo. W. Putnam. Trees.
J. 8. Gault, Vloe-Pres.
L. Bernard, Secretary.
Sterling Mill Co.
Manufacture' ! of
Roush and Dressed Lumber, Shingles and Certain Mouldings. Dry Klin In
Cunncetlon. Correspondence Solicited. Special Terms to Dealers & Contractors
>1111 3>{ Mlles H. K. uf Athol.
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ADDRESS, Athol, Idaho.
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BINDERS,
MOWERS,
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RARES and
CULTIVATORS
HARROWS.
I)eere-Weber Buggies and Hacks,
of Farm Machinery.
Dealer in all kind^
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C. W. ROYCE. Rathdrum. Idaho.
SPOKANE, OCT. 5 to 13
TENTH ANNUAL
namws to!
Mope Than $30,000 In Premiums
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STOCK SHOW FRUIT FAIR
FI ME ARTS DISPLAY
AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITS
MINING DEPARTMENT
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Bight Days Racing
BIG EVENT EACH DAY
OVER U00 HORSED ENTERED
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$10,000 IN PURSES
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Down Town »treat Carnival Every Night. Vaudeville Specialties
and High Class Circus Features
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SPECIAL LOW RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
Write for Premium List.
Concession Privileges for Rule.
H. G. STIMMEL, Bec'y and Mgr.
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'•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."
If you wafft an up-to-date sectional
map of Kootenai County send $1.00 to
the Panhandle Abstract Co.
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