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THE CLOSING DAY
OF OUR GREAT
JUST A HINT—LARGER SAVING POSSIBILITIES THAN EVER ON THE LAST DAY
The prices quoted in our hand bills and advertising in
the Press are still on and some cut still deeper. Muslin
underwear all reduced, nothing reserved—Corset Covers,
Gowns, Petticoats, Drawers, Chemises, Combinations, at
Dress Goods Specials
In Our Dress Goods Department
Three pieces of cravenette suiting in dark gray and
two shades of tan; big value at our regular price of $1.75
the yard. For Saturday only .....................$1.39
These come 52 inches wide.
For Saturday we will sell four pieces of linen finish
suiting, 30 inches wide, in white, pink, light blue aud
Copenhagen blue, at 20c the yard.
AT SPECIAL PRICES
See our window display for White Lingerie Waists.
They are beauties, and marked at prices that will sell all
during our White Sale ....................85c to $9.50
Choice of any colored waist up to $2.25............. 98c
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he Press will deem it a special favor If pat
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'e will pay a reward of S35 (or evidence that
II convict anyone of stealing papers after
■y are delivered to residences.
TH> PRESS PUBLISHING CO.
CITY IN BRIEF.
Cabs and Messengers. Phone 153.
F. D. McMann of Wilbur is in the
if you use Certana flour you use
C. B. LeDeau made a business visit
Spirit Lake today.
Fresh green vegetables received
ily at Haley's.
F. L. Bowen and wife of Harrison
e visitors in the city.
A few loads of black earth for sale.
Fayette Transfer Co.
H. E. Corum is a business visitor
the city from Moscow.
For rent—Suite 10 Wiggett block,
pply to J. W. Wiggett.
R. T. Bressler of Genesee is visit
g in the city with friends.
Merchants lunch at the Hotel Ida
o, from 12 to 2 p. m., 40 cents.
Peter Gunderson, president of the
id Island Lumber company, is ill.
Frank Duhrkopf of the Idaho Mer
cantile company made a visit to Spo
Alfalfa, timothy and grain hay;
lust received four cars. J. W. Wig
Mrs. George Freedland of St. Joe
Is visiting with her mother, Mrs. F.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Harris are
back from California, where they
spent the winter.
Mrs. N. R. Palmeter, who Is suffer
wlth an attack of pneumonia, is re
ported slightly better today.
Edward Cyr of Newbury, Mich., is
making final proof on a stone and
timber claim at the land office today.
For prompt and accurate service
get your abstracts from the Realty
Trust company. Either phone 208.
Fred Burgan of the Realty Trust
company went to Harrison today on
business in connection with the com
Miss Gwendolin Gunter is back
prom a visit to Missouri and is again
occupying her old position with Dr.
A. Voelker. who has been visiting
nor several days with his brother, J.
fl,. Voelker, returned to his home at
Dola this morning.
I I have for sale a choice lot of
pulbs, imported from Holland; all
shades and colors. Inquire of G. W.
iFayxett at the park.
I Charles Shoemaker, county treas
urer, came over from Rathdrum last
[evening to attend the meeting of the
■county seat removal executive com
The Home Electric Supply Co. has
large stock of boat supplies, Co
lumbia and Red Top batteries, spark
plugs, dynamos, coils, switches, etc.
113 Fourth street.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hatfield have sold
their residence In the city to Spo
kane parties and will in the near fu
ture move to 8pokane and make that
(city their future home.
I A game of baseball is being played
I this afternoon at Wood lawn park be
lt ween members of the school board
and faculty and the freshmen team.
A similar game was played last year
[between the two teams, the latter
j winalng by four polata. The game
at 1:31 this afternoon.
For plumbing, see Desell.
Car of alfalfa hay at Norberg's.
Joseph Fallon made a visit to
Rathdrum last evening.
The best grades of domestic coal.
J. W. Wiggett.
J. L. Voelker made a business visit
to Spokane this morning.
Fancy ripe tomatoes for slicing at
Thomas Burchill of Lewiston is a
business visitor in the city.
Just received a fresh shipment of
finan haddie. Haley's.
C. Lightner of Wallace is in the
city on business matters before the
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crandall, who
have been on a visit to Minnesota,
Get busy and work that puzzle and
get two seats for "Arkensaw" Satur
day, March 21.
Otto Grice of the firm of Grice &
Son of Moscow was transacting busi
ness in the city today.
J. B. Pershall has taken up his
residence on the tract which he re
cently purchased at Dalton Gardens.
John H. Hushmann, jeweler at the
M. C. Petersen jewelry store, is suf
fering from a slight attack of typhoid
Our abstracts are accurate and are
completed with dispatch. Fred L.
Tiffany, Mgr., 104 Fourth St. Bell
To lenders—Can place a loan of
$1500 on best real estate security.
Whitney & Morison, real estate, Mc
The most delicious fruits and
early spring vegetables subject to
your order at our store Saturday.
Order early. Winn-Barr-Chainey Co.,
James Kerns, who has been ill in
the hospital for some time has suffi
ciently recovered to be out again,
and will take a trip east in the near
future to visit with friends and rela
Just received a shipment of new
bicycles and bicycle goods; Racycle,
Exceljlor, Crescent, Miami, Fay and
Pierce bicycles. Come and get my
prices. L. D. Tracy, 819 4th St.
In the case of A. E. Whitney vs.
Kennedy & Son a lien amounting to
$356.74 haB been filed on timber
amounting to 4.000,000 feet, situat
ed on the north half of section 16.
township 49, range 4 west.
The best the market affords in
fruit and fresh vegetables for Sun
day dinners. Order early Saturday
morning. Winn-Barr-Chainey Co.,
Buy Where Others Are Buying
If you want a HOME, buy where others are buying and building fine homes—DALTON GARDENS
AND HAYDEN LAKE.
If you want to buy for an investment, buy where others are buying; where property is changing
hands every day: where property is in demand, and where you can turn your Investment qak-k at a
profit— HAYDEN LAKE AND DALTON GARDENS 18 THE PLACE.
Land that sold at Hayden Lake one year ago for $125 and $150 is now selling readily to Wenatchee
and Yakima people at $175 and $200 an acre. These same parties are building fine 6. 7, t and 9
room modern homes, setting the land to fruit (principally winter apples), and the future of HAYDEN
LAKE AND DALTON GARDENS as a fruit district, and as a valley of HOMES, is assured.
Hales at Dalton Gardens stare January $*•..............................fifiO.OOO
Hales the first three days of the present week, by this oflke alone, at Hayden
l^akr and Dalton Gardens........................................*l*J»fiO
Go out with us any day. see tke Improvements that are being made, and be convinced that DALTON
GARDENS is the IDEAL PLACE FOR TOUR FUTURE HOME. Do It now.
We still have a good bargain in a 20-acre improved tract at Hayden Lake. Good bouse, barn and
orchard. It will be sold cheap and will not last long at this time of the year. Look this up quick.
F. W. FITZE
For spring shoes our collection Is
the best; look them over. Famous
Ripe tomatoes, lettuce, rhubarb,
egg plant, spinach, parsley, green
onions and celery for Saturday.
Place your orders early. Winn-Barr
Chainey Co., Ltd.
C. T. Lathrop of Spokane passed
through the city today en route to
Dalton Gardens. Mr. Lathrop has
purchased a 10-acre tract in the Gar
dens and is now constructing a house
Apples—apples—apples, from 60c
to $1.75 per box, for Saturday only.
Winn-Barr-Chainey Co., Ltd.
Suit has been filed in the district
court by the Chicago, Milwaukee A
St. Paul Railway company against
William Trueman and Albert Wun
der. The action is in the nature of
a condemnation proceeding for
right-of-way purposes across lot 10,
block 1, 8t. Maries.
Lately so many people drink Gold
en Grain Granules, the pure cereal
coffee. As long as people want to
drink something with their meals,
there is nothing healthier than this
system building drink. Children
will do well by using it and nervous
people wllll find it very strengthen
The time for hearing objections to
the petition of J. H. Danner of Post
Falls as a bankrupt has been set for
March 25 at the office of Referee L.
L. Lewis. The objections are filed
by the Valley State bank and the
Cable Milling company. Danner was
formerly in the mercantile business
at Post Falls.
Apples—apples—apples, from 60c
to $1.75 per box, for Saturday only.
Winn-Barr-Chainey Co., Ltd.
An examination for the position of
ranger in the forest reserve will be
held at Wallace on April 23 and 24
The examination will be along prac
tlcal lines, consisting of questions re
garding the use of the forest and
supplemented with field tests. Those
desiring to take the examination
should make application immediately
to the civil service commissioner at
Washington, D. C.
Give your abstract work to a com
pany that has all of its capital in
vested in Kootenai county and helps
to pay the taxes of your county. A
strictly home company. The Pan
handle Abstract Co., Ltd.
See Fitxe's ad In this Issue.
Lee Marx of Spokane, representing
M. A. Gunst & Co., dealers in tobac
cos and cigars, was in the city this
morning. Mr. Marx said that some
time ago C. P. Steeleman had stated
through the Press that the company
would install a store at this place.
He stated that he desired to have
this corrected, and said that the com
pany had not intended to enter busi
ness here, and would not.
Ginghams worth 15 cents tomor
row from 9:30 to 10:30 at 10 cents
per yard; 12-yard limit. Winn-Barr
Suit has been commenced In the
district court by the United States
against Andrew A. Anderson. The
suit is brought for the purpose of
having the defendant's naturalisa
tion papers canceled.
Use Certana flour.
The supper given last evening by
the ladles of the Baptist church was
a big success. The ladies have been
asked to repeat the supper and an
other will be served at the church
from 5 to 8 o'clock Saturday even
Apples—apples—apples, from <0c
to $1.76 per box, for Saturday only.
Winn-Barr-Chainey Co., Ltd.
The county seat removal executive
committee held a meeting last even
ing. The county seat campaign In
general was discussed, a secretary
elected and a sub-committee appoint
ed. George C. Huebener was made
secretary of the committee.
Commencing Friday. March 20,
Mrs. L. M. Robinson, Franklin block,
will place on display a fine line of
eastern patterns and tailored hats,
as well as some splendid creations
from her own workroom. The ladles
of Coeur d'Alene are cordially Invit
ed to call and Inspect this complete
line. Remember the place, Frank
Many diangra and Improvements
for the Lyondale.
The steamer Lyondale, which has
been undergoing repairs at John'
son's Boat Works, Is about complet
ed and ready to be again put into
service for the season.
Many repairs and Improvements
have been made upon the boat. The
boiler has been rebuilt and now jk>s
sesses double the power that It did
before. A new pilot house and lad'
ies' cabin have been constructed; a
new steering gear and speed propel
ler substituted for the old. New
furnishings have been installed, and
the boat trimmed throughout with
brass, making it of a very fine and
The Lyondale was always popular
with the public. It was rated among
the boats on the lake as being pos
sessed with ail accomodations, and
the many Improvements and Increase
of its traveling power Is destined to
bring it into greater favor and make
It more popular than ever with the
The boat will go into service on
the lake and the Coeur d'Alene riv
er run will be resumed on the first
of next month. It will leave this
city dally at 12:20 p. m. The boat
Is under the command of Captain J.
H. Lyon, who is an old and exper
Table Supply Co., Ltd.
EVERYTH IQ QOOD TO EAT
H«r« Ar« a Paw Specials for Tomorrow:
Ferndell 1 "reserves. In glass jam.
IxHig's Preserves, In glass jars.
Bishop's ("reserves. In glass Jan.
Ferndell IVaaut Uniter, Inrge and small alas.
Ferndell Mint Sauce.
Gedney's Pickled Onions.
Crosse fi Blackwell's Pare Malt Vinegar.
Hrinse's Pure Malt Vinegar.
Antoaim Salad (HI.
Morrell's Pickled Pigs' Feet.
Welch Bros.' Maple Sugar Cream.
These goods are A No. 1 and a trial will convince you. Remem
ber that all goods are promptly delivered, and hurry-up orders
given special attention.
Bell Phone 6s Interstate 3$
Jay J. Parker & Co.
Room s Coeur d'Alene Bank Bldg.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Houses for Sale
No. 17—A new 7-room cottage, close is;
bath and all conveniences. Price $1700;
No. 10—A new 6-room cottage, with
bath, electric lights; all improvements oom
plete. Price $2100; half cash, balance
No. 9—Good 6-room house and 4 good
lots. Price $1200; terms.
No. 54—A 6-room cottage, near the Cath
olic school; new and modern in every re
spect. Price $1500; terms. THIS 18 A
No. 13—A 6-room modern bungalow, to
gether with two large lots. A bargain at
$1800; good terms.
No. 18—A good 2-room house, with large
lot, on Fourth street; very convenient.
Price $1050. Ask ns to show you this.
No. 62—A fine corner lot, close in, with
a small bungalow and woodshed on rear
of lot. Price $700. This is a winner.
We have a large list of extra good bargains and a few
minutes in our office will convince yon that we
have pretty nearly everything that is desir
able in city property. Give ns a call.
A Trial Will Convince You
If you wish to be dressy, with a SNOW WHITS SHIRT and
coeur Plum sms uiimbi