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UR D'ALENE PRESS
Paper of Kootenai County
r»M w«l ht publlatnM entry K«lur<J»y,
I imiltloi, lor the b*»l lut.rd.ol
rout tul r.'OO a ywr. II csmiot jt
I, Iriflilomxl otuarfuiUek; but will
1 punoui aud uieiiurM Ibtlr juit dun.
tarda uI thank! and uUwr uotti-aa ol a
ta or a bu>tu«M nalura will ba charged
iba rata ol 10 eaota par llua aacb Inaartloa.
KMKkai. J a mom A. (iAuriaLO Uau
. No. 49. It. A. A N. U., U. 8. A.
ta in Hander's hall, CVi-ur d'Alene,
o, every alternate Monday, at 8
ick |i. m. Commander, Henry Van
"* Adjutant, 8. J. Clark ; Quarter
ler, Tiioa. Norrii. Visiting corn
ea alwaya welcome,
eat regular meeting June 3, 1895.
i n uai.xsk i-otMj* «o m. i. o o. r.
—Meata every Tuea
day evening at 7 10
Viaiting nieiu liera
cordially Invited to attend. H. M.
uike, noble grand; Jnaefdi (iarno,
-grand ; A. Hui-ouimuu, necretary ;
'• Wiggett, treaturer; T. U. Wataon,
Melder, J. (iarno. relief c«iu mil lee.
ourgaai ljoooa No. 7, Kmuuii or
iiiao.—M eeta in Fraternity liall
raday evening of each week,
ting brotlieraare alwaya wekoome.
Connor, O. C., F. Joy,
. .JUNE 8, 18U5.
retiVTkuiAS Sunday school at loa.
Preaching at II a. ni ami 8 p iu.
im oi al.- Sunday school, 10 a m
Morning prayer and sermon, II a ui.;
'veiling prayer and serinuu, 8 p. hi
At ediit-Mlay, litany at 7ik<p ni. elioir
ltM*barge **'*** ^ • Skoltowe,
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tiioi.ic itegular mass at II a m
fcunday aclmof, 2 p ui. V espera at 8
p m. 1 athrr ll« ker ,«utor
nonisT. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
uuior Enworth Eeague, 8JM) p m.;
Kpworth League, 6 :99 and preaching
1:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday
-venings at 7 A) p. m. G\ U. Muller,
MW M 1 p
Christian Endeavor society at 7 p.
T. ti. Watson, |iastor.
■••IS llsaas—leaves S. P. |Sak
ry morning at !) CO for Harrison aud
or d'Alene tii.r |»unu; returning,
in i! I IS |. iu. Connerta with N
train!. IHniirr sem-J on tbe l«iat.
I. It. uimm, Captain.
I. Sim u*. Purser,
Eilat l.iui — la-ave* Johuron's |(rk
Harriuuii amt all **t J-us river |mjin|.
unday. amt Thurs-Urs at PCM a. in.,
uriiing. arrive# I oe-lav! and Fridays
earli ml. bandar rsrursion* to
J. II. I.von. Captain.
)WIN Mi IIEE.
Attorney ol Law,
CUtt'll U'AI-KNK. 10*110
I ary Public.
M 8 A KEAT,
(<tt a baLtsr Ibslio
ORF.RT. fc. MiFARLAND,
Attorney at Law,
oxca p alxxx ti<*no
(ECU D'AI.ENF. 1. a city of l.u»
population, lieantlfully sltuatetl on
northern shore of the famous C»rur
Alene lake. 33 miles east of bpokaro
a branch line of tlie Northern Pacific
It Lines of steamers make rrgular
pa from this city up the lake to the
t of navigation on the St. Joe and
ur d'Alene rivers, connecting at Old
Ion with the railroad line Into Uie
, silver and lead mines. The city Is
of tho most noted summer resort*
Urn northwest, and la bccumtug more
ular each year. It* fishing, hunting,
ng and bathing attractions are al
t limitless. The finest 1*. 8. mill
pout In the west (Fort Sherman•
its magnificent forest park reserva
adjoin tbe rity on the west. The
nlry round about is made up of rich
cultural lands ami extensive forests
yellow pins, fir, redar and tamarac.
the city is destined to become a
mifnctiiring renter for the products
these wood* The business uien and
dent* are enterprising, and take
de in making the place attractive,
-re are five church organisations -
ptist, Methodist, Presbyterian, Epl*
al ami Itoman Catholic. The secret
era are well represented by a lodge
of Masons.Odd Fellows. Knight*of
■las, A. O. F, (I. A. It., and Women'*
lef Corps. The city la supplied w ith
-trie lights, good water works, an
ant public school building, aash and
r factory, two saw mills, two Drat
hotel*, boat building ynnls, etc.
-re art yet good opportunity to en
In lucraUva business and In diver
farming. Manufactories are par
larly desired, ami are offered extra
ucemnnta. The an rumen are tern
te, with sufficient rainfall to Insure
udant crops, while the winter* are
from extreme eold. No lietter lo
on for profitable Investment* or for
ring ideal homes can bo found In
northwest. There I* always a wel
e here, among an excellent people,
A beautiful region and an iticompar
Call Par City Warrants.
Saturday, May 18,1 will pay the
lowing doacrllied city warranto, with
"rest. Internal to cease from date:
II registered warranto on the gener
fund dated 1894. Mid all warranto
mo «rin# to *#irii wi inn-.
wn prior to April 3n i«k,.
C. A. DaStraatritR,
Trca«. of the town of Cesar d'Alen-,
no none kokaxcz.
Xvta tka Wild Forest! Araaad Lake Xialkaa
WU1 laaa ba Changed.
Only a few more yea re and the United
Ktatag will looae that element which haa
furuiahed nearly all the romance of
America aiticeJohn Smith landed on
the ahorea of Virginia nearly three
hundred year* ago -the element of fron
tier life. Even In the far nortbweat
the "wild land" the "new couutry" la
ahrinkiug mouth by month at an alarm
log rate, and the end of tliia century
will liud few square milea of laud in
Waahtngton, Idaho and Montaua that
are not dotted with bouses and croaaed
by wagon roada.
No better example of Uiia fact la
needed than la afforded by the I'rieat
lake country in northern Idaho. Here
la a beautiful body of freah water,
thirty milea long and alx milea In width,
within teu milea of one of the great
tranacoutlnental llnea, aurrounded by
splendid Umber, with huge veins of
precious raiueral cropping out along its
northern shore; yet neglected, deserted
almost unknown aave to the deer and
bear and wildcats that wander on its
shores, and to Uie fish and wildfowl that
will yet make lake Kuiksu tlie sports
"Wait two months and you will tee
a change," said Commissioner M. S.
Lindsay who was in Uie city yesterday.
"Our road to Uie lake is uearly finished
now. There are only two more bridges
to build aud by July I, we will have it
ready for use and Priest lake will be
open to Uie world. It is a good road
too. Starting from Priest river, tlie
(•rest Northern station, it follows the
east bunk of the stream to the foot of
the lake. Near the mouth of tbe East
iriver " e b » Te " •"'•f »'•* ''O'**'
« l tlie foot of the lake, where the
little pusUiffiee of Cooliiu la 'ocsted we
1 will have another stopping place.
" A ' " 0,6 "*« " eom '
pleted we will put on regular stages to
run three limes a week from Priest
river to Coolins, thus for the first time
^Ing buntrrs, lirsiienuaii. settlers and
tourists g fair chance to get to the lake.
We will arrange for ronnecUon with
the (.teat Northern Express company
loo ^ can be sent through to
the lake In quick time. Then we hope
to take a few of Spokane's sportsmen
up there to see slut kind of fun Kinik
su take alfoida. Once get them started
and there will be uo lack of Havel in
"What next» A steamer on the lake
We've got to have it and may be able
to complete tlie arrangement yet this
year < Mire get a little steamer on tlie
lakr and a great district will be opened
for settlement aud trade.
"Meantime we are making progrews
In bunging in srttleri for the Priest
rtvrr valley We have already secured
quite a number lias spring and I aui
counting on eight or teu more families
that 1 know of now. And each family
will bring others next year8pokane
I.lent Hrowne is acting manager ol
the bait team during the absence of
Edgar F. bramans and Sebastian
Ellis, Jr. enlisted at Ihla post for the
Ordnance Sergeant Itoper. who has
be# n seriously ill for Uie past mouth, ts
Recruit Edwards, assigned to com
|iany II at Seat lie. arrived here and
jotiicd Ills company Tuesday.
Private Harry C. Ilutlrr rernlislrd
here for the Twenty Ofth infantry, and
h „ ,,, MlMouU .
Private Kdlund of company A. has
been appointed corporal, vice Sage
transferred to company C at Hoim
Tbe ball game at tbe post Sunday
between the home team and the Plan
stfters of Spokane resulted In a rlean
wiping up of the visiting team, the
score being 9 to 17 In favor of Uie sol
The Surgeon lietiera! of the army has
directed that at each post hospital a
room be art aside as an operating room
which will be furnished with all neces
sary appliances; a small labratory will
also be maintained at each post,
Haltalton drill during the present
wreg has been In extended oriler on the
ground lying lietween the post and
t, 1WM Company drill Is also In extend
order, two companies being consoll
jufr,! form one of proper strength,
If the arrangements that are being
made for a Held day here on July 4th,
next, are carried out. It I* expected to
hare the S It's play a return game at
this post on that day. The atlicletir
program ran be carried out In tlie
morning and the ball game be played
In the afteruon.
Several of the officer* at this post
have procured the new rap that has
been adopted for wear after July I.
New pattern blouaoa are also being re
ceived with Insignia placed on the col
tar. consisting of the letters l'. S., and
for Infantry, crossed rifles, of embroid
ered gold thread.
Tlie Fort Sherman ba I team Is prae
tiring dally to keep in good form. The
manager haa been trying to arrange a
aerie* of two games with the Planslftera
to be played Saturday and Sunday, but
It appears that Moscow lisa the prefer
ence. Two games will probably be
played at Hpokane between Spokesman
Review and FL Sherman tesmson June
|5 and 1A.
Call fer County Warrant*.
On Monday, May (Uh 1895, I will pay
the following deeerilml Kootenai county
warrants, with interest. Interest ceases
All warranto on the current expense
fund. Issued prior to Jan. 31, IS'.Ci, and
numbers 8tt, HI. 82,88 84. on the re
d#B»ptlon fond, issued Jan. SI. 1895.
k»ank O. IIii.i,
Treasurer, Kootenai Co., Idaho.
THE IDAHO ZHCAHPHXaT.
Praparatlaas Coatplaun for a loyal later
talawast of tbo Votoraaa.
The arrangement* for entertaining
the member* of the Idaho Department,
O. A. It., the Washington and Alaska
Encampment and their friends are
about completed. Ample provision has
been made for taking care of the vast
number of people that will he present,
and an elaborate program for their en
tertainment bos been prepared.
The street parade on Friday will te
the graudest military aud civic pageant
ever witnessed In Idaho and will attract
thouiands of visitors. Col. Itobert II.
Ilall, commander at Fort Sherman, to
taking a lively interest In the success of
tlie encampment and haa hod Uie poat
grounds cleaned and put iu a more neat
aud tidy condition tlian ever before and
will extend all courtesies possible to
our vtoitora next week.
The following to the program for the
MONDAY, JUNE 10.
Seven O'clock P. M.
Open Air Concert at Fort Sherman by
the Fourth lufautry Military Hand.
TUESDAY, JUNE II.
First Day, Ten O'clock A. M.
Assembly of Idaho Encampment in
Address of Welcome.... James Grahatu
Short Address...... Hon. Willia Sweet
Response Ily Department Commander
Organization of tbe Encampment.
Afternoon Session of Encampment.
One O'clock P. M.
liattaliou Drill of Troup* at Fort Sher
Eight O'clock 1*. M.
Orand Free Concert at Poat Hall, Fort
Sherman, by Fourth Infan
Nine O'clock P. M.
Iteceptioii and Hauquet to the G. A. It.
W. It. C, by Uie W. IL C. of
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12.
Morning Sesslou of EncampmenL
Niue O'clock A. M.
Guard Muiiuting at Fort Sherman.
Afternoon Kewuou of Encampment.
One O'clock 1*. M.
Hattaltou Drill of the Troops at Fort
Seven O'clock I*. M.
Full Dress Parade of the Troops at
A Stale Dept, of the Woman's Relief
Corps will be Organized this Day.
Tlll'll»DAY. JUNE 13.
Morning Session of EncampmenL
Nine o'clock A. M.
Guard Mounting at Fort slierman.
Afternoon Session of EncampmenL
One O'clock I' M.
liattaliou Drill of theTn>oj>s at Fort
Seven O'clock P. M.
Open Air Concert at Fort Sherman, by
the Fourth Infantry Military Rand.
Nine O'clock P. M.
Graud liall at Uie Pavilion iu tiouor of
theG. A. It.
mtiAY, JUKE 14.
Ten O'clock A. M.
(in arrival of Excursion from Spokane,
ci( the Washington and A'aska
Encampment G. A. IL
there will be a
Grand Parade and Street Pageant
In the Following Older:
Fourth Infantry Military Hand.
Entire Command from Fort Sherman,
in Full Dims, Commanded by
Colonel Robert II. Hall,
t 'ne Troop of Cavalry.
Four t ompaiocs of Infantry.
Washington and Alaska Encampment
G. A. R.
Idaho Encampment G. A. R.
(ien. Jaa. A. Gar,.eld Garrison. Regular
Army and Navy Union,
secret organization* of Crrur d'Alene.
One Thirty O'clock P. M.
Grand steamboat Excursion on I-ake
Co-ur d'Alene, for member* of the
G. A. R. and their Families,
Accompanied by the Fourth
Music and Dancing at the Pavilion after
return of the I.ake Excursion.
The S|K>kpsman-Review Rase Rail Club
will play a Game with the Fort
Sherman Club dome time
During the Encamp
SATURDAY, JUNE 15.
Excursion from C«rur d'Alene to Spo
ksno. for Idaho G. A. R. and oUiers.
A Cat* *r Batwrr
A quarrel, a gun play nud an arrest
caused some excitement in the pcace
able town ol Fust Falls last Monday.
0. It. Parsons came here and swore out
a warrant for tlie arrest of Edwin
Humes and constable Hcchtcl made the
arresL The trial came off Wednesday
in Justice Iloskena' court, beforea jury.
After hearing Uie evidence in the case
the Jury returned a verdict of guilty of
battery and the Justice lined defendant
815 and costs. Upon the presentation
of letters from residents of Post Falla,
among them a number of leading (ill
sens, asking the leniency of the court
toward the prisoner, there being many
mitigating circumstances, ten dollars of
the line was remitted. Humes then paid
his line and was discharged.
Nallea to Watar Csmumtrs.
All persons taking water from tlie
Water Company are hereby notified
Unit the water must not bo used niter
9 p. m. or before 5 a. m. in the yards or
lawns for sprinkling.
For infringement of this rule the
water will be shut off from the premises
and uue dollar will ba charged for shut
ting off aud turning on the water again.
C. A. DkHaussuhk,
0 f u, e county,
Dr. McPherson, denUst,Co:ur(r Alette.
Hair cloth and Fibre Chamois at the
Idaho Mercantile Co.
Law llriefs and Pamphlet prinUng a
specialty at tha Press office.
James Roche and wife visited Spo
friends during tbe first of Uie week.
See our line of ladies', Misses' and
children's underwear, Idaho Mercantile
See our new line of 850 wheels. None
better for the money. Idaho Mercan
Stanley Ilealep came in from Helena
last Sunday aud spent a few days with
Sheriff Ryan came over from Rath
drum Tuesday to attend the Harrto
James IL Ilarte and wife, after
speudiug ( a few day* in Spokane, will
return home today,
John W. Peters and L. T. Quarles,
deputy auditor and assessor, were over
from Itathdrum Tuesday.
Fred E. Wounacott, of the Idaho Mer
cantile Co., made a business trip to Uie
mines, returning Thursday.
Mis* Houghton, who U stopping with
her brother at Lake View, returned
from a visit to Spokane last Sunday.
C. It. Clark, of Post Falla, passed
through here Thursday evening, return
ing from a business trip to tbe mines.
Fred Kaesemeyer, a brother of T. G.,
arrived from Unionville, Mich., last
Saturday and will remain here during
Thomas Graney arrived from Yaki
ma, Wash., Thursday evening, driving
through by teim. He tliinks of going
to the Trail Creek mines.
E. Lashbrook came down from Har
rison tbe liist of the week, where he lias
spent some time loading ties on the
cars for the O. R. &. N. under contract
A new awning adorns the front of
Draper's furniture store and an
addiUon is being made to Uie building
which will be used as an undertaking
Fred Empey is having the rubbish
and old burned timbers removed from
the lot where Morris' livery stable
formerly stood. Others should follow
Every business place in tow a should
be neatly decorated for the gala days of
nyxt week. !#et every one take an iu
terest in the matter and see Uiat the
decorations are complete.
Dan Hurke came down from the
mines the first of the week. He ex
pects to go to Trail Creek. II. C, w here
his father is manager of and interested
in several mining properties.
C. II King is res)>onsib!e for the neit
and cleanly appearance of Slierman
street. It makes quite an improvement
and will have a tendency to give our
visitors a favorable imjiression of the
Robert Sabin, who has been absent
for a year or more returned the first of
tlie week and spent a few days with his
father and friends, leaving Wednesday
for Ruffalo, N. Y., where he will take a
thorough course in a dental college.
Road Overseer Osborn has been do-;
Ing some good work on the Wolf Lodge
road, especially in the canyon near
Silver Reach, which he has cleared of
large boulders and made passable. Ills
efforts will be appreciated by people
who are compiled to travel the road.
Capt. Thompson, of the Fourth caT
airy, ami his family leave this evening
for Grove City. Pa. where he goes as
inslnietor iu military science. The
captain and family have been residents
at Fort Sherman for the past five years,
during which Ume they made many
warm friends, both Uiere and in town,
wlio will regret their departure for tbe
I.ast Sunday we boarded Cap*.
Houghton's steam launch. Edna, for
Lake View. Arriving at this popular
summer resort we found many improve
ment* since last year w hich add to its
attractiveness. The grounds have been
cleaned, several cottages fitted up and
the walks improved, making it a de
lightful place for an outing. From its
location and nenrm ss to town it must
soon become one of (he most frequented
resorts on the lake.
The board of county commissioners
were in session at Hathdrum this week.
They accepted the addition to the court
house, finding that the contractors, the
Ctrur d'Alene Mill Co., had made a very
complete and satisfactory job in build
ing the same. The board also decided
to call a special election for the purpose
of submitting a proposition to the peo
ple for issuing (Kinds to raise funds for
(lie funding of the warrant indebtedness
The Spokane Chronicle Rays that
Canada hs* just completed a <M,(XX>,0()0
canal at Seult Ste Marie "for use in
case of trouble with the United States." J
To a man on this side of the line this
looks like a terrible waste of good 1
money. In the first place there should :
not ever bo any trouble between the 1
United States and Canada; in Uie sec
ond case If really serious "trouble''
should arise the United States could
settle it permanently in about ten days,
canal or no canal.
J. I. Shall!*, the gentlemanly and ac
commodating purser on the Georgie
Oakes believes In encouraging home
industries ami was one of the first to
use Jersey Creamery butter, which he
now supplies to the tables on the boa*.
He says that patrons speak very highly
of the fine (lavor ami quality of the
butter, and a traveling man made
special inquiries ns to where the butter
was made, saying it was the best he
ever tasted. The creamery company
should feel highly complimented to
have strangers speak so favorably of
Highest Honors—World** Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pur* Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frat 1
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THS STANDARD. j
Mrs. J. I. Shallto, after spending ten ;
days visitlug with her son Ira, atj
Farmington, Wash., returned home this
morning accompanied by Miss Laura
Lake, one of the accomplished society |
ladies of that place, who will spend two ;
or three weeks here.
One of the most attractive perform
ances that will be given in Spokane's !
popular play house this season to to i
take place next Monday evening under
the auspices of the Elks and Uie ladies
of the Art League. It will be a pro
duct ion of that entertaining Shake
■jiearian drama, "As You Like It," by j
amateur talent. The costumes will be ;
historically correct and the scenes ax i
beautiful as they can be made, no ex-1
pense having been spared in making
preparations for its presentation.
The cc uncil met in regular session i
last Wednesday evening and transacted
routine business. The committee ap-!
pointed to prepare an estimate of
expenses for the coming year made its
report, a copy of which is published in j
this issue; an ordinance amending tbe
l.quor license ordinance was read tbe
first time, aud T. E. Jacobs was ap
pointed a special night policeman to
act during the session of the Idaho
encampment next week. The board i
meets again this ereuiug.
J. Harvey Harris, chief deputy in the '
sheriff's office and Miss Marie Kildea
were married at the residence of Sir. j
aud Mrs. J. 1*. Healey,Wednesday ev<n
ing. June Oth, llev. Father Heckir
officiating. lSotb Uie bride aud groom
are well and favorably known in this ■
section and a host of friends w ill wish |
them all the joy aud happiness this
world affords. (Iwing to recent deaths
in the family of the bride the wedding
was a quiet affair, only a few of the
most intimate friends of the happy
couple being present to witness the
ceremony, after which an e.egant wed
ding 6upper was served. The newly
married couple took the evening train ;
A Eemarkabls Cura of Rheumatism.
Westminister, Cal, March 21,1894.
-Some time ago, on awakening one
morning. 1 found that 1 nad rheums j
tisrn in my knee so badly Uiat, as I re- 1
marked to my wife, it would be impos-'
sible for me to attend to business that j
day. Remembering that I liad some of :
(Jiamiuberlain's l'ain Halm in my store '
I sent for a bottle, and niblied Uie
afflicted parts thoroughly with it ac
cording to directions, and within an
hour I was completely relieved. One
application had done the business. It,
is the best liniment on the matket. and
I sell it under a positive guarantee. I
IL T. Harris. For sale by A. L. Miller,
EsUmaia of Expsnsas.
The following is an estimate of the
probable amount of money necessary
for ail purposes to be raised by the vil
lage of Corur d'Alene, Kootenai county,
Idaho for Uie fiscal year ending May 8,
S»l»rj VtIU;e (Irik ............ $130 00
" " aUonirv..................... 13(1 00
*' tilsht wulcUuuui................... ..SOOOO 1
" 1 it-AMirer ....... #s 00 i
Fire depsruneut ........ ISO 00
Water Expense* ........ uio 00
Rent of ooune-l room .................. loo 00 !
(Yui.lnjent fund 309 do 1
Total............................ $um 00
The following is a statement of the
entire revenue of the said village for
the fiscal year ending May 4Ui IsiCi:
I.lquor lieeuse*. ....... $za so
DrtJ Iteenso* ............................ 70 09
Fine* «nd penalties..... S3 75 ;
Do* 111 31 M
General town wx ........... sso is
If you wish to subscribe for any of
the leau.ng newspapers, magazines or
technical journals, cither domestic or'
foreign call at this office. We can
save you monev.
— AND —
ICE CREAM PARLOR,
C<zur d'Alene, Idaho.
left cttvun furtil<eHl pii-nlc and camping
partio* in any quantity. Wr al«o have for sale
land suitable f«*r nuiunu'r ir*idcnees ot the
hank» of a iHMutiful hay, three mite* from town.
For further Information call on or a«hlrc*a
Wafer ruuivt. I
Twiners' & Stockgrowers'
C(EUR D'ALENE, : : : IDAHO.
Transacts a General Banking Business
DO YOUU BANKING BUSINESS AT HOME.
C. A. DaSAUSBURE. Cashier.
tor PURE MEDICINES, ALWAYS, AT
Arthur L. Miller's,
THE # BRU 60 IST!
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Books, Stationery and Toilet Articles.
_ (XEUB D 'ALENE, : : IDAHO.
THE "OLD, RELIABLE 7 ' *
Bancroft # House.
H. L. BANCROFT, PROPRIETOR.
_ ICCEUtt D'ALENE, IDAHO. _
!Mm riERCflNTILE CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest and Best Assarted Stack
Of General Merchandise iu Northern Idaho, Comprising
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, BOOTS, SHOES,
Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Notions, Hay,
Grain, Fishing Tackle, Lumber,
Shakes, Shingles, Etc., Etc.
Agents for all the Leading Wheels at fI0, |50, $55, $G0, $75,
All goods sold at prices to correspond with the times. Satis
faction guaranteed or money refunded.
^ 4 b Is sharper than a two-edged sword. The
I I truth is Emerald Soap is the best iu the
5 11 world.
II Ask your Grocer for it. Give it a trial. It
S | costs but little and saves much.
fjS If your dealer hasn't it, he will get it for you
2 if you insist upon it.
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Berries * * *
Berries * * *
LOTS IN SIMS' ADDITION
EACH —LESS THAN HALF
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