CHEAP FOR CASH....
Manor & Mulledy Company
Chas. L. Heitman,
Attorney at Lav,
F. WENZ, M. 1)..
Physician and Surgeon,
Attorney at Law,
A. W. POST
Justice of the Peace and
C. S. Court Commissioner
EV~AU legal business promptly attended to.
Xiao lor Sale: Lots In Cost's Addition and
Acre Property. OFFICE In annex to Mouu
mlu View Hotel, UATUUKUM, IDAHO.
In all Its latest branches by
Dr. D. F. Hollister,
Equitable Savings & Loap As
Dr. C. R. Cross, the veterinary sur
geon, while looking over some sleighs
in the loft, back of F. II. Bradbury's
furniture store, last Friday evening,
met with a slight but painful accident.
One of his feet went through a six
Inch hole In the floor, causing him to
fall heavily. Friends assisted the
doctor to his hoiue where he quickly
G. R. Klopf carries a full line of
furniture, racket goods, porcelaiuand
There was no school Wednesday,
owing to the cold and Incompetency
of the furnace
Rfty Yurt lb* Staadsrd
harwii Dm flaw
•f the food.
Mica BASINS SOWBIS CO
CK 1C AGO
G. R. Klopf, undertaker.
Anton Busk, of Athol, was trans
acting business in town Sunday.
Frank Tripp was down from Ram
C. L. Ileitman sports a handsome
new pair of sleighs.
Paul Linehan was down from Gran
R. A. McPherson is proving up on
his homestead near this place.
George B. Welch of Sandpolnt, was
a business visitor In' Rathdrum one
day this week.
Mrs. G. R. Klopf made a business
visit to Spokane, Monday morning,
We can supply your wants in rub
ber footwear at the lowest price.
Manor & Mulledy Co,
Miss Delia Reinhart was quite 1)1,
this week, but is recovering. Miss
Lina Stoddard has been teaching in
her stead in the extra room.
Brice Coleman departed Sunday for
Coos Bay, Oregon, where he will
spend the winter. lie will return in
Get your masquerade costumes at
G. R. Klopf's furniture store.
There will be election of officers by
the Knights of Pythias next Tuesday
night. All brothers should be pres
The Royal Neighbors will have
nominations for officers at their next
meeting, Monday, Dec. 5th. A got d ■
There will be a masquerade in Fra- j
attendance is desired.
ternal hall Thanksgiving night, with ;
a supper served by the L. O. T. M. j
Dance and supper, $1.75. Spectators!
will be charged 25c.
Klopf has bicycle goods, casings
and repairing tools.
The dance to be given Thanksgiv
ing night for the benefit of the base
ball team, is to be a masquerade. A
supper Is to be served by the Lady
James Casey, one of our prominent
fanners, rece.ved from Spokane,
Thursday morning, a $2500 thorough
bred Clydesdale horse.
Surveyor Wm. Ashley, Jr., assisted
by L. Chambard, finished setting the
grade stakes on the principal streets
of the town, Tuesday. This completes
the establishment of the street grade
o-dered by the village trustees.
We have had about two straight
weeks of winter with a high wind and
a temperature close to zero. Sleigh
ing has been good with nearly two
feet of snow on an average,
nook commenced last night and there
Is some prjiuice of a green Thanks
T. L. Quarles and party, consisting !
H. J. Borthwick and 1
of C. A. Bejry,
Wallace and John Green, have re
turned from a successful hunting ex
pedition to Priest lake. The two foi- !
returned home by rail* the bal-1
of the party arriving later with j
the wagon load of deer. Mr. Quarles
slates that the party enjoyed the out
ing very much. They were well equip
ped for the cold snap,
was ideal for hunting and game was
plentiful. Cougcrs are very numer
ous around the lake and destroy a
great many deer, but the party found
no traces of bear.
Have you seen the latest In furs?
We have just received a line selection.
Manor & Mulled y Co:
Mrs. L. Cbanihard returned, Satur
day morning, from a very enjoyable
visit with her sister, Mrs. John F,
Stark, at Sliver King In Shoshone
All parties knowing themselves to Ed
be indebted to Mountain View Hotel,
are requested to appear and settle
before Djc. 25,
Union Methodist, and Presbyterian
Thanksgiving services will be held in
the M. E. church, at 11 o'clock, a. in.
Rev. E. A. Walker, the Presbyterian
pastor, will deliver the scriuor.
There will be a children's entertain
ment in the M. E. church, in the
On Sunday, Rev. C. T. Cook will
preach to men, only, at 2 o'clock p.m.
Admission by ticket. Roys under 14
years of age will not be admitted.
There will be the usual morning and
evening service by the pastor.
Brass extension rods, window
shades and all window fixtures, also
mantles and globes for gasoline lamps
The ladies of the W. R. C. served a
delicious banquet at Fraternal hall
last Saturday evening, to the com
rades of the 6. A. R. and a number
of Invited guests.
For sick headache try Chamberlain
Stomach and Liver Tablets; they will
ward off the attack if taken in time.
For sale by Dr. F. Wenz.
C. W. Dyer was up to Lightning
creek, Sunday, looking over the sile
for the county bridge which he has
the contract to build there. He found
the snow 2} feet deep and, in view of
a posrlhle Chinook and consequent
flood, he deemed it best to postpone
the work a while.
The Rathdrum Gun Ciuh has ar
ranged for a big shoot on Thanksgiv
ing day. The prizes will be geese,
turkeys and chickens. The range is
to be 40 yards offhand and 60 yards
with a rest. Get that rifle duw'n now
and practice up.
Teachers' examination for first, se
cond and third grade certificates was
commenced at the court house,yester
day, by County Superintendent Egbers
assisted by Professors.O. R. Shem of
Bonners Ferry, and J. W, Ramsey of
Hope. The attendance is unusual
A full line of doors, windows, win
dow lights, door and window stops
and parting beads, at Klopfs,
Rural Route No. 1 will be in opera
tion December 15th, with Fred Chain
bird as carrier. Fred has ordered a
mail rig from C. W. Royce, the im
plement dealer, who is also canvass
ing for a style of mail box to be used
on the route.
d ■ full line of hanging lamps, standing
1 lamps, shades and globes; crockery,
j K^ware, queensware. dishes, toilet
sets; quilts, blankets, mattresses,beds,
louDges, sofas, chairs, tables; carpets,
matting, art squares, etc., in fact ev
erything in house furnishing goods in
sets or pieces. A handsome line of
holiday goods received. Out for busi
ness and can supply you at prices
that are right.
F. H. Bradbury, manager nf the
Rathdrum Furniture company, has u
The Best Remedy for Croup.
(.Prom the Atchison. Knn., Dally Globe.)
This is the season when tne woman
who knows the best remedies for
croup Is in demand in every neighbor
hood. One of the most terrible things
in the world is to be awakened in the
middle of the night by a whoop from
one of the jhiidren. The croup reme
dies are almost as sure to be lost in
case of burglars. There used to be an
old fashioned remedy for croup,
known as hive syrup and toiu, but
some modern mothers say that Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is lietter, and
does not cost so much. It causes the
patient to "throw up the phlegm"
quicker, and gives relief In a shorter
time. Give this remedy as soon as the
croupv cough appears and it will pre
vent the attack. It never falls and is
pleasant and safe to take. For sale by
Dr. F. Wenz.
Mrs. T. L. Quarles is in Spokane |
t iking medical treatment at the san
FOR SALE:—18 fine pigs, ready to
take away In ab-iut four weeks.
C. Jensen, Hauser, Idaho.
FOR SALE:—Good team, wagon,
and harness. Team weighs about 2.
a 500 and J truck wagou about as good
as new. Enquire at Mounta n \ iew
Farm, or address Lock box 6.
> T 7tf
j We are pleased to report that
Mrs. Frank Tripp is rapidly re
covering from her recent illness.
Mrs. H. Williams journeyed to
Spokane, last Wednesday, to visit
I for a few days with her sister, Mrs.
Jerry had the misfortune to lose
his dog last Monday, it being run
over by the local-freight.
Miss Nelle J. Wells, our esteemed
Schoolma'am, was the guest of
Mrs. H. Yates, last Tuesday.
G. A. Miller lectures on Social
ism at the schoolhouse, today.
We are still watching and wait
ing for Andy to build that new
Con Atwater has moved onto the
Mr. Harry Williams made a
trip to the State-line, last Wednes
day, to look up his horses on the
The party of hunters, consisting
of Messrs A. Roth, Seth Vaughn
and the Howard boys, who went to
the head of the hikes, in search of
big game, returned in the storm
last Saturday, with long faces and
weary feet. The game—well, it is
still in the woods.
The School Entertainment, for
the benefit of Wesley Howard, will
be given at the Schoolhouse, on
Friday, Nov. 20. An eladorate
program has been arranged. Af
ter the rendition of the program,
the patrons will adjourn to the
home of Geo. Roth, where dancing
will be indulged in and a hearty
The Ramsey Lyceum held its
weekly meeting last Saturday eve
ning, there was a| fair attendance I
of members present. The follow
ing officers were elected for the
ensueing term: President, Frank
Tripp; vice-pres. Harry Williams;
sec. Miss Nina Ayers; editor "Pat";
associate-editor, Mrs. H. Yates;
janitor, Herbert Thomas. These j
weekly entertainments are becom
ing very popular and the interest j
taken in them, increases each j
week. Next meeting, Saturday, ;
can furnish you I
the masquerade, !
Mrs. C. 11. Peters
with masks for
JUST WHAT YOU NEED. |
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver j
When you feel dull after eating. :
When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in your
When vour liver is torpid.
When your bowels are constipated.
When you have a headache.
When you feel bilious.
They will improve your appetite,
cleanse and invigornte your stomach,
and regulate your 1 ver and bowels.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Dr. F. Wenz.
Beggs, Crenshaw |& Co., have secur
ed the N. P. Ry. Cd. tie contract and
will pay 26c for No. 1 and 16c for No.
2 ties, delivered on fhe right of wav
as heretofore; from Algoma to Spok
Ties inspected every month, until
July 61st, 1904.
Cash, every 30 days, after inspect
ion and trade, as has been given in
BEGGS, CRENSHAW & CO ,
WANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY GENTLE
nuin or ludy In each enmity to manage busi
ness for an old estubllslea bouse of solid II
nuuclul standing. A str light bnnu fide week
ly salary of Ils. 00 paid by check eacliMonday
with all expenses direct from headquarters.
Money advanced for expenses. Enclose ad
dressed envelope. Manager. asOCuxton Bldg. ;
l E. P. DYÉR^-^ $
Special Attention Given
to Repair Work.
2.- j OFFICE
lsj Door East of
RATHDRU/n, Of IDAHO
If Not, Why Not.*
Call on the
Panhandle Abstract Co., Ltd.
Property and See
For an ABSTRACT of
if your Title is g-ood We make Plats and
of RATHDRUM, ÎDAHO.
Borthwick & Berry.
Buys and Sells real estate on commission. Town proper
ty for sale, We have a list of good farms and timber lands for said.
Borthwick Sf Berry, Rathdrum., Idaho .
Fruits and Vegetables—Hay, Grain and Feed—Hardware
Bakery, Confectionery and Stationery—The Best of Every
thing the Market affords—Boots and Shoes.
H. J. BORTHWICK,
JOHN RUSSEL. 1.,
THE KOOTENAI ABSTRACT CO., Ltd,
A list facts furnished to all property in the county. We
are prepared to furnish plats of any' Townships and
assist prospective purchasers to locate owners,
have in our employ the only Practical Abstracter in
J. S. OAULT, Vice- freu.
L. BERNARD. Secretary.
JOHN MILLER. Pres.
GEO. W. PUTNAM. Treat
Sterling Mill Co.
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles and Certain Mouldings; Dry
Kiln in connection. Correspondence Solicited. Special Terms to
Dealers and Contractors.
Mill 3q mil«! 8. K, of Athol.
Address. AT HOI., IDAHO.
Dealeh in till kindt*
Deere-Weber Buggies and Hacks,
of Farin Machinery.
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O. W. ROYCE, Rathdrum, Idaho.
Pioneer Livery Stable
This OLD STAND has been refitted, NEW BUGGIES added,
the beet in the market,
drivers. Charges renponahle.
prepared to serve CAMPING and FISHING parties, large and
smali, to all surrounding LAKES, at
GOOD and SAFE horses and experienced
Public patronage solicited. I am
SPECIAL STAGE RATES
Fashion Barber Shop
WM. J. FORD, Proprietor.
Second Doo,r West,of
Rathdrum Lumber Co.
Christie, Sbaner, Gaa & Co.
ALL KINDS OF
Rough. Lumber on hand.
ALL. ORDERS U1VEN * *
PROM FT. ATTENTION.
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