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Its object is to And out whither we are all bound. Everybody has heard that the solar system is flying swiftly to ward the north. It is a plunging flight that carries us more than 42 000 miles straight through the ether every hour of the day and night. It is a motion that has nothing to do with the earth's an nual revolution about the sun, ex cept as it prevents that revolution from carrying the earth back turn and turn to the same spot in space, says Garrett P. Serviss in Collier's Weekly. In truth, we never gel back to the same place. Every new year comes in with the globe at a point more than 300,000,000 miles near er to a very bright northern star » « us Medical Lake Toilet Soap is th« purest, sweetest, medicated toilet soap ever sold in anjr country. It contain» all the medi* cinal propertiea of Jledical Lake* Salta, an unequalled akin beautUler; makes the ekln firm, smooth and fine, fro« from It la soothing, purifying and healing, and la it's m vm. x pimple or blomleh. tha only toilet soap made that will poiitively remove all odors of perspira tion. It removal sunburn, tab and truckles in the shortest possible time, making the skhl soft and velvety. For the allaying of heat raihea, and for a sense of complete cleanliness, MEDICAL LAKE TOILET SOAP will be found to give exquisite satisfaction. It's different from any other Soap made. It does what is claimed for it. It ia made by k combining a large amount of Medical Lake Salta, with the purest and simplest of bases, aud perfumed with the most refreshing of flower odors. If you use it once, you will never be without It. 'mû*] I 'f IT'S THE rtOST TRULY 5r>LENDID . * TOILET SOAP YOU HAVE EVER USED Bold at Loading Dry Goods Stores and DruggUt» la Your City } 25c. Per Cake riANUFACTURBD ONLY BY THE MEDICAL LAKE SALTS MFQ. CO. NEW YORK AND SPOKANE, WASH. to. SKSSU flBDICAL LAKE RBflEDIBS ARB NOT PATENT flEDICINBS a named Vega than it was a year earlier. As far as the evidence now in hand goes, the flight of the sun toward the north is as straight as that of an arrow, but the path des cribed by the earth, since it is compelled all the time to circle round the flying sun, is a great spiral. And thus we sweep onward, moving continually into new reg ions, running through what perils nobod^ can guess—perhaps at all—and impelled by a force as mysterious as that which drew the unfortunate ship in the Arabian Nights to be wrecked on the mountain of adamant. Now, the precise object of the expedition to Chili is to examine the light of the southern stars Ironi wnicn we are tiying away, They have been much less studied ,1 1 _ . . » than nave the northern stars, to » . . winch we are drawing nearer. It IS • r .1 , s .* » f as if the peoplo on the how of a j none m ä For DrunktiuiMt, Opium, |teeIeVÄ".s; H || f* ^ iweTiTiiTr strictly IMSTITUTc, CmUm<IiL Dwight. Ill» Strictly ship, after watching for a long time the effects of their approach to objects ahead, should visit the stern in order to note the recession of objects behind. Through a com bination of such observations the speed and direction of the ship's motion could be deduced. But there are many other ab sorbingly interesting questions re lating to the organization of the universe, and our place and rank in it, which will he brought nearer to solution by the success of the exploration of the southern heav ens, now beginning. State News. Chas. W. Beale of Wallace has an nouncer) that he will be a candidate before the next republican state con vention for nomination as candidate for congress against Congressman Burton L. French.—Pocatello Ad vance. The tine $6,000 residence of Judge James F. Ailshie of the state supreme court, was completely destroyed by tire at Grangeville, on the r.ight of Out. 28th. Nothing was saved. There was $1000 insurance on the house. AVednesday morning last week a bout 9 o'clock, Mrs. Frank Kesler of Weiser, was discovered in the Weiser liver, standing in water up to her waist. She had on stockings but no shoes, and was clad in a night dress ! j and underclothes. She was taken Out of the water by the ladies of the neighborhood and immediately be came unconscious. When sheregained consciousness she said that she knew nothing uf what had occurred. "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." Question Answered. A'es, August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world. Your mothers' and grandmothers' never thought of using anything else for Indigestion or Bil iousness. Doctors wore 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 the nervous and organtu: action of the system, and that is ail 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 nothing serious the matter with you. You can get this reliable remedy at Dr. F. AVenz drug store. Price 25c and 75c. wanted-seveuai, persons of ciiar in this county renuirud) to ropres iHuisu'of" 1 "Li! m "V üan ui'a 1 "tamùnjr. sninrv » 21.00 weekly with expenses additional, ail imvublcln rush direct every Wednesday from neue! offices. Horse und carrluirc furnished when necessary. Rcforenc addressed envelope. Colonial j bom st., chien.no. sent am ad business • Enclose self 334 Dear HOW IDAHO WAS NAMED. The last issue of the Pacific Coast Miner, published at Sau Francisco, 4s devoted largely to Idaho, the mining districts are faithfullv, the articles being accom panied by tine illustrations, number is one that should be of great value to the mining industry in Ida ho, since there is nothing about it In dicating that any of the matter has been published for advertising pur poses. Perhaps the most interesting feat ure to Idaho readers Is a contribution to the literature of the subject of the naming of the state On this point the Miner says: A considerable amount of contro versy has been indulged in regarding the naming of the stale, and as the question is interesting, and is Inti mately connected with the exploits of the early miners, we will cursorily refer to i t. The first white men who visited the country now embraced by Idaho were the members of the Lends and Clark exploring expedition, who cross ed the nionntains from the Horse plains to the Lemhi valley on August 18,1805. Five years later, the Mis souri Fur company established a trad ing post on the Snake river. In 1811 Wilson P. Hunt, with 60 men engag ed by the Pacific Fur company, pass ed through to the coast. In 1843 Captain Bonneville with 100 men visited the Port Neuf river and in the same year Nathaniel J. Wythe established a trading station at Fort Hall, near the Snake river. The missionaries were also busy at this time, and formed a number of mission stations. But whenever they •referred to the scenes of their opera tions and exploits they described them as being at, or near, one of the rivers, or one of the trading or mis sionary stations. None of them ever used the word Idaho. It has been said that the name was first mentioned in Congress when it was proposed for one of the neighbor ing states: hut it seems probable that the term was first used by the Indians and afterwards by the early miners. It was apparently compounded of two Indian words, Eda and Ho, which meant gem of the mountains, bright mountain or shining mountain. Joaquin Miller, the poet, was one of the pioneers, and he has given a pleasing, if not altogether trustwor thy, account of the origin of the word. "Thedistinction of naming Idaho," he said, "certainly belongs to my old friend Colonel Craig, of Craig's moun tain, Nez Perce county. As to some fellow naming it In congress—hah! The name was familiar in 5000 men's mouths as they wallowed through the snow in 1861 on their way to the Oro Fino diggings, long before congress bad ever heard of the discovery. "The facts are these: 1 was riding poney express at the lime rumors reached us through the Nez Perce In dians that gold was to be found the headwaters and tributaries of the Salmon river. 1 had lived with the Indians, and Colonel Craig, who had spent most of his life with them, often talked with me about possible discoveries of gold In the mountains to the right, as we rode to Oro Fino, and of what the Indians had said of the then unknown regions. Gallop your horse, as I have done a hundred times, against the rising sun. As you climb the Sweetwater mountains, far away to your right, you will see a pe culiar and beautiful light at sunrise, a sort of diadem on two grand clust ers of mountains that bear away der the clouds tirty miles distant. "I called Colonel Craig's attention to this singular and beautiful arched light. 'That,' said he, "is what the Indians call E-dah-hoe, which means the light or diadem, on the line of the mountains.' "That was the first time I heard of the name. Later, In Septem ber, 1861, when I rode into the newly discovered camp to establish press office I took with me an Indian from Lapwai. We followed an Indian trail, crossed Craig's mountain, then Camas prairie, and had E-dah-hoe mountain all the time in vie objective point. Many of described The on un ever an ex v as an "Un my return to Lewiston I a letter containing a brief wrote account of our trip to the mines, published in one of the Oregon In that account, I often and it was papers mentioned Edahoe, but spelt it Idaho, leaving the pronunciation unmarked by diacritical signs. So that, perhaps, I may have been the first to give it the present spelling, hut I certainly did not originate the word." any Ail parties having household goods, Mock, etc., to AUCTION off. Re member that R, M. Hurt, of Athol, can do your auctioneering for you. tf. lodge directoby. * a M odern woodmen of America. Kuthdrum Camp No. »»**4. Maeta at Fraternal Hall every lat. and 3rd Saturday of each month. Visiting neighbors cordially invited. .1. tt. M. Culp. Clerk ; Ed win McKee. Consul; J. G. Koch, Deputy Hoad Consul. _ K O. T. M.. RATH DRUM LODGE NO. 7 , meets »1 Fraternal Hall 2nd and ttli D. VanDusor, Wednesdays in each month. Commander; tt. S. MeCrea, Record Keeper. AMERICA. Merits every R oyal neighbors of Evergreen Camp No. 2817. Monday evening at Fraternal Hall. Miss Jennie Culp. Recorder; Mrs. J. U. Callahan. Oracle. CHURCH DIRECTORY. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCII-Kev. E. A. Walker, Pastor. Sunday School lOa.tn; morning service II »'clock. Chr stint. En Evenlng service at <:.*). •ry Wednesday evening. «leaver ut tiofi) p, ni. Prayer meeting evi M. E. CHURCH—Rev. C. T. Cook. Pastor. Services every Sunday evening at 7:80 o clock and every otliei Sunday mornlng'at 11 oclook. Sunday School at 10 a. in.; Jr. League at -5:15 m and Sr. League at0:80 p. m. Cottage pray er meeting every Friday evening at i :.J0 o'clock, al the Church. Sunday "at ' l'i a" m! ' SiViidiiy ' Sunday a 10 a. ni. In the Advent Church. j •-—-:-' : L GERMAN M. E. CHURCH— Rev. J. M. Preaching every other Hcrrmun. Pastor. TIMBER LAND Act JUNE 3, 1878. ! Notice for Publication. ' United States Land Office Coeur d'Alene. ] Idaho. Octobci III. INK.. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of sssssssh ; extended to all the Public Laud States by act « if August, 4. IS«-. THOMAS RUSSELL of Bellgrove, county of Kootenai, state of ; Idaho, hits this day tilt'd in this office his, sworn statement No. 14(12. for the purchase of : the S'i NW 1 », .Y Lots 3&4 of Section No. | a^Townshlp ^ J W »hôw j that the land sought Is more valuable for Its | limiter or stone than for agricultural pur poses, and to establish her claim to said land ! before Register and Receiver at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho on Monday, the 4th day of 4. January, 1904. Hu names as witnesses: Fred Kussel 1, ; William Brown. Frank Adams and Thomas Kevils, all of Athol, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming adversely tlie ahove-deserthed lands are requested 1,1 tile their c.al,ns In this office on or before said 4lh day of January. 1W04. 1 I). 11. BUDLONG. Register. Oet23-I>eo2.VOJ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Land OtHoe at Cœur d'Alene. Idaho, October 111, 1H<M. Notice Is hereby liven that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion to make final proof In support of his claim, and that said proof will lie made be fore Register and Receiver at Cœur d'Alene, Idaho, on December 5th, 11103. viz: JOHN B. LEIBERG. lid- 1288. for the Lots I. N \Vq. sec. 2, Tp. 52 n. r. .. ., # ,, » i * « . He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultiva- : tion of said land, viz: George Batters. A. W Low. Robert Lewel- ■' len and A. G. Lewellen, all of Athol.Idaho. 3. and 4 and SW ?4 i w b m. I). II. BUDLONG, Register, ■ .... . . ïnthe District Court of the First Judicial Dlstrlct of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Kootenai. Northwestern and Fuel He Hypotheek ) hank. Plaintiff, vs. | James G. Chapman. Thomas Ttiomp- ; kinson and Lucy A. Thompklnson, \ his wife. Defendant. 028 N 27 -08 Alias Summons. 1 ■ To James O. Chapman. Thomas Thompkln- , son and Lucy A. Tlumipkliison. Ills wife. You are hereby notified pear In an action to np- , h r o u K II t î against you by the aoove named Plaintiff. In the District Court of the First Judicial Dis- i trlct of the State of Idaho. In and for the County of Kootenai, and to answer the com plaint tiled therein, within ten days (exclus ive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons. If served within this Countv; or. If served out of this County hill within this District, then within twenty difts otherwise, within forty days, or .lodgment by default will he taken against you, according to the pruyerof said complaint. The said action Is hrught to obtain a decree of this Court for the foreclosure ot a certain Mortgage described In the said complaint, and executed by the said James O. Chapman on the 20th. day of August. 11)01. Insecure the payment of a certain promissory note for the sum of »1500.00 with Interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per an mini given by Jan.es O. Chapman to the plaintiff herein; that the premises conveyed by said Mortgage may he î sold and the proceeds applied to the pay ment of said promissory note and Interest; and In case such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain an execution against said defendants for the balance re maining due. and also that the said defend ant and all persons claiming by, through or under them noty lie barred and foreclosed of right, title, claim. Ilpn, equity of redt mptlon and Interest in and to the said mortgaged premises, and for other and further relief, as will more folly appear by reference to the complaint on tile herein, a copy of which is hereto nttnehed. And you are noreby notified Huit If you fall to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the said Plaintiff will ap ply to the Court forth» relief demanded In the said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the I) strict Court of the First Judicial f BKAL' nis , tl "lctuf the State of Idaho. In .and fur the said County of Koote 0 mil this 8 th day of October In the year of cur Lord one thousand nine hundred and three. T. L. QUARLES, Clerg POST, AVERY & HIGGINS. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Octl«-Novl3-'03. STEVENS Jm> ü r. .*■. _w.— " 4k- >a>. Within the last three /earn we have introduced ° f 8 ^ NGLE BARREL SHOT ï? th BD(1 hammer]** gtylea. h"? *r e th ® mo »t popular on the mZ PlSTOT5i Ä i , A Inak ® ine ®f RIFLES and SHOTQUh" " moi,U °* B»rr.l Our Line RIFLES, from . $3.00 to *150.00 PISTOLS, from . * 2.50 to 50.00 SHOTGUNS, from 7.50 to 30.00 lotlrt.pon the "STEVENS" and It ronenmi «»r, th™». ,hi P ysars receipt of price. Send for catalog. J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co., P. O. BOX 3091 CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS. j ! TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3 i S7s —Notice fur Publication.— United States Land Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. September i, 1003 Notice Ih hereby given that in comull», with the provl»lous«of the act of OoBirnw. . Juno », 1878. entitled "An act for the »a?« üî timber lands in the Stat«!» of California n.. cun, Nevada, and Washington torritorv » T* extended to all the Public Land State» TiV *!* of Aucust 4, 1802. WILLIAM A, CAM Putt't 1 of Granite, county of Kootenai, state Idaho, has this day tiled In this tïïrù'l hl» »worn maternent, No. 142«. for the purchaj! of the neü »c )4 of Seetlon No, 20 In C ship Number 54 north, ranee Number * w .and will offer proof to snow that tl,„ land soucht 1 » more valuable for Its tlinlu,.' or stone than for acricultural purposes! r to establish his claim to anld land before . 1 — Beeister and Receiver of this office at ™o.' r d'Alene. Idaho, on Monday, the 7th d,Vi of December, 1908 " au -V lie names as witnesses: James MoVUl« George H. Welch. Robert Schlendeln .°„.i John R. White, all of Granite, Idaho. '* Any and all person» clalnilnit a d v e r s el y the above-dese r 1 b e d lands are requested to die their claims In this office on or before »aid 7th of December. 11 KJB. D. H. BUDLONO, y Register. and rs Sept.4Nov tl-011 NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the undersigned, Dorlon Mlhllls. whose Post DHL ce address Is 221 Rookery Building. Spokane Washington, lies made application to select Washington. 1ms made application under the Act of June i, 1807. Cm Stats IHÏ the following described t mets of land fat-wit ■ —The Southeast quarter of Ute Southeast ' ^ow'nsh/p Hfty'three ]lKfl ^North* Rang«' four j l>l West Boise Meridian. " B ' ol r L Protest »qrcon tests against the sutd se . . - —scrib lereof, Is more valuable for agricultural .... .iiHK'nis HKinrisi 1 ne sill ' ground that the hind de tlon thereof. Is more vul elections on the led. or any port ! for its mineral than for agricultural purnos ' es, will he received by the Register of the U ] posting and publication of notice of said sc lection and noted for report to the Commit,, sioncr of the General Land Office. ; « Slt-NU ; : | j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the | tniut rhijoiecl. norlori Mlhllls. whose Post Off| <'* address Is 231 Rookery Building, Spokane, ! Washington, has made application to select under the act of June 4th. 18«, I!» stats.. ;wi H»'following ddsj-rlhed tracts of land, to-wlt: The South half of the Northeast quarter IS "4 -two [221 In Town i, Range live < 5 ) Applicant. NOTICE. ; D . . . . . 1o mk ,,r an v nortlon thereof Is more viiLiul/ h ï l1 ' KÄuhan' MÂl''ÏÏÏÏS oJST will be received by tho Register of tue \l s' Land Offlec, Cieur d'Alene. Idaho, at nnv time prior to the expiration of the period o'f post log and publication of notice of said se lection and noted for report to Hie Commis sioner of the General Land Office. Signed this 7th day of Sept. 1903.at Spokane Washington. DORLON MIHILLS. SI1-M3 Applicant. of NE' 4 I of Section Twenty 1 ship fifty-three MB] North '.Vest Bofse Meridian. NOTICE. NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN. That the undersigned, Dorlon Mlhllls. whose Post OITI ce address Is 221 Rookery Building. Spokane. AVttsliington. has made applfe under the Act of June 4tb, 1M*7. [30 Ht»ts..3lil the following described tract« ofinnd. to-wit: The Southeast quarter of the Nortlnve : quarter [SE** of NW^l of Section Twentv t wo (22) In Township fifty-three (Ä 3 ) North, ■' Knnge four (4) West Boisé Meridian, ation to select ist Protests or contests against the said selec tlons on the ground that the land described. any portion thereof, Is more valuable for its mineral than for Its agricultural purposes will he received liy the Register of the U. 8 . Land Office. Cœur d'Alene. Idaho at any ■ time prior to tho expiration of the posting and publication of notice lection and noted for report to the L'ommls sinner of the Oeuvrai Land Office, or period of f said 0 Signed this 7th day of Sept., 1903 at Spokane 1 Washington. DORLON MIHILLS, Applicant. 8 II-NI 8 ■ , NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. , î i î _ I le part ment of the Interior. Land Office nt Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. Oct. 12. 11)02. Notice Is hereby etven that the following named settler has tiled notice of her intention to make final proof In support of his ciuim, and that said proof will lie made before Reg ister and Receiver at Coeur d'Alene, on November 1 «. 1008. vlx: ELIJAH A MICHAEL, lid. No. 1215. for the S!4 ne!»; N■/, SB's see. 20 tp. 51 n. r 4 w h m. She names the following witnesses to prove ni» continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vlx: William II. Clelnnd. Peter Sanitielson. James L. Tempest, Jared It. Michael, all of Uathdrum, Idaho. D. II. BUDLONG, Register. O 1 IIX 20 TIMBERLATJD, ACT JUNE3, 1878. —Notice for Publication — United states Land Office. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, (Jet. 29, 190». Notice Is lien*by given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1K78, entitled "An act for the sale of Umber lands in the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land states by act of August 4. 1892. ERNEST BELGER, of Spo kane, county of Spokane, state of Washing ton, has this day filed In this office his sworn statement No. 1487, for the purchase of the HEl* of section No. J2 in Tp. No. 53 north, range No. •# w b m, a n d will offer proof to siiowthat tholand sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agri cultural pm poses, and to establish his cl»Ini to said land before the Register and Receiver this office at Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, on Monday, the Uth day of January. 19(U. He names as witnesses: William E. 8 tanger of Spokane. Wash.; John Lyons of Ratlidiuiii Idaho; Fred F. Campbell and Nicholas Bangs both of Spirit Lake, Idaho. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are reqested to file their claims in this office on or before satd 11th day of January 1904. D. JI. BU DLONG O30-J»yl-04 Register. If you want your property injured against loss by flro call on the Pan handle Abstract Co. n N ORTHERN PACIFIC R.R. TIME CARD--RATHDRUM EAST-BOUND No. 2. No. 4 . Nu. d . Lucid No. 58, daily ex cent Sunday. wlir-BOUND A Hit IV ES llRPAKTS 1:58 prr lv:50 am S:4U am 1:53 pm I2;50 am 11:40 am 9:7)5 am 0 ; im No. 1 . No. 8 . No. 5 . Local No. 57, dally coot Sunday. 7:85 am 11:00 pm 2:85 urn 7:85 am 11:00 pm 2:85 uni ex II :26 am 11.25 urn GET PERMITS FOR LOCALS. j PP1.I.MAN FIRST CLASH —TO PR1ST SLEEPKHS Fpr Information.time cards.maps and tick ! et» call on ot write „ A. D. CHAHf.TON, General Passenger Agent. Portland, Ore Morrison street, corner Third, or F. A. Brown. Agent, Rathdrum. Idaho.