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IR D'ALENE PRESS
Paper ef K ooten a i Gouty.
i of Omass sad other souses at s
| or • business nature will he cbei*<4
i rue of is Deals her line oaeb taestUoa.
ID AY...........MAY », i»7.
Corps. Tbe city le supplied with
R lights, good water works, an
It public school building, sash and
factory, two eaw-milto, two lint
hotels. boat-butMtof yards, etc.
I are yet good opportunities to en
In lucrative business and in diver
farming. Manufactories are par
My desired, and are offered extra
aments. The enmmera are tem
», with sufficient rainfall to insure
lent crops, while tin wiuten are
Item extreme cold. No better io
I for protltoUe Investments or for
Ing Ideal homes can be found In
orthweeL There Is always a wei
liere, among an excellent people,
eautiful region and an lncompar
[dalbxx Lonax «o w,to o. r.
-Meets every Torre
h*tey evening sir :30.
Hally invited to attend. A,
nun, ttcbla grand; N. J. Mer
(ire mitd; Jot. Garno, recording
WlJ-C. Slutitowe lVr. secretory;
»• lews No. 7, Kkiuhts or
»t,—Mseto In Fraternity HaH j
sy eveatag of earti week,
■ toother. nm always wefcom*
ntooa, O. C.; Thorns* Bums, K.
1 in wail standing are invited.
F. Mason, Master; Wn. M.
rp.N At IrOlXJK NO. ti, f. A A.
rate In Fraternity Halt on tlm 3u«l
Church fie r i i ces.
ItYTenun. feinday school 10 a.
1 Morning service at II o'clock;
service Midi Wednesday
I prayer meeting at 7 AO.
G. L. DtcrritWhAi on.
r.-Sunday srtMwl at 10:
ng at Hose of Sunday
'bine at 7 30 p. ni. Pray
Tboreday i JO p. m
T. U. iionosoa. Pastor.
rau IMy communion IG Son'!
in the month after morning.
prayer and sermon. S p. m
Jay. litany at W30 p m, aim
Rnv. J.t. Shot
at 4 p.
of St. Thomas,
teat mam. R-fit
Attorney at Law,
syaMIma^bMy after tost
, Rep. T. J. 1'u'vril. pretor. ,
Crtt'l i> aL**x insuo
Attorney el Law,
nxt-lt ii aMtax. IDA
ITAI.F.NE is a city of l/M»
33 mile, east of Spokane ,
of the Northern Paciffe
of sleamm make regular
this city up the lake to Uw
navigation on Uw St, Joe and
rivers, connecting at Old
with the railroad line luto the
lead mines. Tbe city to
meet noted summer resorts
Its Ashing, hunting.
cedar and tamarec, i
to destined to become s' ■
ceu ter for the product.,
woods. The business men and
are enterprising, and take
making the place Attractive.
Tits finest U. 8 . mill
west (Fort Sherman)
magnificent forest park rreerva
city on Uw west. The
about to made up of rich
nds and extensive forests
five church organisations
Methodist, Presbyterian, F.pis
Roman Catholic. The secret
are well represented by a lodge
Masons, Odd Kellows.'Kulghtsof |
O. K-G. A. It., and Women's ;
to always a wei -1
an excellent people,
b getewertby Istarvtaw With Is tasaUt
Bs-IT. H, Senator Fred T. Dubois
spent yeeterday and, today wltli bis
friends in this city.' lie returned from
Washington last week and has been at
bit home in Blaekfeot since. He will
leave for Boise this morning.
Tbe senator will devote bis time dur
ing tbe summer to looking after hie
ranch and hU cattle and petbapa will
only leave the state long enough to at
tend tbe meeting of tbe National Stiver
Republican Committee. Late in tbe
summer, about tbe drat of August, be
eapeete to leave for a trip to Japan and
China. He will be accompanied by
rienafoni Pettigrew of North Dakota
and Cannon of Utah. Their viatt will
be primarily for tbe study of tbe mone
tary conditions to the Orient, and loci
Tbe ex-aenator is looking unusually
well end says that be le gtod to get beck
to his borne. He spoke with consider
able amassment of the persistence with
which some not too friendly newspaper
correspondents Insisted on finding some
office for him, even going so far ae
to have if anoounoed that he bad been
chosen president of some railroad con
struction company, fetch Ulk hat been
only nonsense. Neither Mr. Dubois
nor bis friends have thought of any
thing of this kind. He would have ac
cepted 90 office and eertolly not the
presidency of a construction company.
Ill hM mm hbn limetre fttim inlswifiiut rimiil
acres seeded to aifaifa
head of yearling steers on Urn nun
can look forward to Urn winter
The ex-eeoator says that tbe sliver
^P* 1 h i lean nwvemeot to fathering
etowigth all over tbe east. An active
campaign WUI be waged In Ohio this
fail alth ((,« indication Gist thev will
j: " . . •™ w xami iarj win
be able to control the situation there,
In (ho course of an interview —
® J*" '
t^lbd kUisUoa. sopaetaily with refer
mare to silver and U» tariff. Mr. Duboto
of current poHtteaTXlu thattbe^e
(ration cannot be maintained under
" . !
the gold standard. Tbe contention of
liver -■* _______ has bean _______- -
the framing of the Dingtey tariff toll by
His I,,,..,m i u ».» *--- -....... r
the prese nt bou se of repreeentaUves
and r«pi,sailed by tbe amendments
made to U by Uw senate, liimetalllsni
and protocUou are ineepnrahto, and free
trade and the gold aUud.nl are natural
ry companions. The stiver
landers have abendoned all thought of
anything approaching free trade while
ih» pn„wl «7 _ *_.____
drifting tow.wl "^^wlU
-The silver forces are united tn de j
m e w dl n g that all protection, all revenue i
«to»wg tariffs mart be hosed on no ode
quit* duty on raw materials. In this '
they are the real friends of the seat on
(be quHrtton of unff The ptWut<
tariff hill to designed for the benefit of
trusts, monopohre and the manufse
tilting iutetesls. and is so framed as to
rata, rerecoe The otd riogan of the
protection's sake, protection for tbc
larmer and wage niruer, to never heard
-What chance do you think there to
for an International agreement which j
a ill bring about universal bimetal
Unit, y* ;
-None whatever. The n^uWlcan.
admit without reserve that miles* the j
McKinley administration brings pros*.
pertly to the country the sliver forces'
will win io W and inn. The prospects
for good times are not flattering and
they are casting a sheet to windward !
in tb« form of an Internattonal mono
tary agreement. In the ffret place they
do uot wish, nor do they expeettoeerure
an agreement for tbe restoration of bi
metallism. They do not want bimetal
Itsm, undrr any form or combination,
They are preparing.(I mean tbe monied
l»wrr of the republican party, which
«*" ,, D>to the party and dicutem Ita
«• foo) Uw ***"
"If any international conference to
celled and any agreement reached. It
will be one under the provisions of
which each nation entering Into it will
agree to coin a certain specified amouul
of silver. It Is mow than probable that
they will accompany this agreement
with a change of ratio. They may
compromise, or spilt Uw difference be
tween 10 to I and 33 to I and establish
the ratio at 34 or fo to I. You may be
abaolutely certain that England will
uot eminent to an agreement for Uw un
limited coinage or silver at Uw ratio of
Iff to I, or IStf to I. You may be
equally certain that silver advocates
who are making this great tight for
principle will not accept anything short
«f unlimited coinage and equal treat
"»«* **»' ««**
-Tlw question low been compromised
so often, that fujttot■compromise can ;
not liouorably be tliought of- riw (
Issue to fairly aiid squarely joiued and
either the gold standard or genuin. hi
metallism must prevail. Ry Wmetelllsm
silver advocates mean the unlimited
coinage of eilver at the reUo of 1«
ounce, of ttlver or t*H mince, of Giver,
to one ounce or gold. There is abeo
lutrty no intention or thought in the
republican party of trying ttf bring
about such bimetallism. Kven if tltey
honestly desired sueh a result, -wlilch
they do not, and strove for it, their
efforts wmild be In vain, aud they
"Tbe party to playlug politics, and
will endeavor to frighleu the European
nations into accepting a compromise,
on the argument that the Giver forces
in the United State* will prevail unless
some eiHieeoslons are wade, and will try
1 to root the people of our country by
saying that it Is better to have hair a
| loaf rather than no bread If through
| foeir tactics any Giver be coined and
the volume of money U Increased
through Oil international agreement,
you mix rest assured that such money
will not be the basic money. Gold will
continue to be the sole standard." ~
Capt. w. V. Bicbsrds returned from
a tour of inepectlon last Monday.
First Lieut B. B. Buck went to
Ratbdrum Monday last to meet bis
family arriving from the east.
Private John Blakely, Ceu G, was re
lieved from extra duty at laborer to tbe
quartermaster department May 10.
Mrs. C. C. Bateman and daughter
Florence will leave Sunday evening for
California, expecting to return in about
Private Ilarrold Ilorsweil, Co. O, was
transferred to the hospital corps, Mm -
day last, and August Mater, hospital
W»|W, W W, U, HUHSIMIJ.
Sergt. Brown and Private Wilson,
Co. C, left Monday last on their hikes
to pay a visit their friends stationed nt
Ft. Spokane. They expect to make the
trip—M mile* in one day.
The colors red, white and blue have
been adopted by nearly all Uw cyclists
at this post, and it to hoped that cyclists
not member* of tbe poet club will In
future choose their own coton; such
not conflicting with those mentioned
Mr. Date, G Co.'s tailor, bad the bad
luck to catch the biggest flab ever
caught single banded In this
vicinity. It took the surgeon about
minutes to remove the book. Any
d firing to Ms ID die, pl f* akI I
Privates Cultom and Haggerty, Co.
D, took about W from Private McFall,
recently discharged from same com
were canxtit bv a
Bnd u>4 m »a* to retun.
Tit . ,
t |^j r to tbe owner, who left on
the evening train. The assailants were
pot in the guard house, but as no evi
deuce could be found against CuUom,
WM Ifoggertywill be tried
( '* U1 * to WM »°" ,K, ' d i™* *
toy * "• po " d * d h> the call with such
pro»ptn«re that Colonel Thenker
,, . . » 1
seemed to be well pleased and compii
ww "* d wMa « *«*
hue than three minutes for all tbe com
j u> be in line of battle. Between
?T . tontii of June arompeU
Uve contest call "to arms'' for the com
? I>M ** W ^riling out Urn
largest percentage of available enlisted
will be excused from all drills
twenty four boom,
Tbe Improved Order of Red Men, of
r " pondin * the quickest dunng
t'»* time allowed, which to 80 seconds,
be excused from all drill, for
this post and the city, who received and
«H*rtatned tn soeli a royal tnauuer
lW l,1 *' , '" 1 the good fortune to be
' Au Masque-last winter, ere mak
'"fiffwal preparetion for an excuruon
00 ** ke l< * ur d'Alene, June 30.
* *** * le * m *" r Ktk will be chartered and
^ fextoenth Inf. string
band will disenmee strains of sweet
" u * i< " There will he dancing and dl
rerehms for all. The excursion wiU
start about 9M a. tn. and ret urn at 6
F *• Nothing will be left undone by
^ "Reds" to make this one of the
mMt ««Jo>*Me affairs of the season
Tribes from Spot sue, llathdrum and
''^" wiU * ^ « r,U «*
beam of in. green.
After suffering patiently for two and
ooe limit years fcomsstroksof paralysis,
during which Umerbe was a helplrea
Invalid. Mrs. Margaret Woods Green
died nt the borne of her daughter, Mrs.
C„ D. Warner, fewday evetdng. May tS,
at I 0 J» o'clock For eereraldays pro
vione her friends knew that the end
was near. Nie paned away peacefully
with * Christian's faith iu the future.
The funeral took place Tuesday morn
higat II o'clock from the family real
deneeL interment at tlw Feet Sherman
cemetery. Rev. G. L. Deffoubaugh eon
ducted the service and the funeral waa
largely attended by friends of Uw
Deceased was born In Cambridge, N.
V., July 7,1818, consequently aha would
have reached the ripe old age of 79 uext
July. Early in Ufa she beoame a mem
ber of Uw United Presbyterian church
and erer after lived a faithful and cou
sisteut Christian life. Sept. 84. 1838,
she was united In marriage to Robert
Green, wbo died ten yean later, leaving
her with five children to care for. She
came to C«nr d'Alene In 1893 to make
her home with Mr. and Mrs. Warner,
filer long days of suffering were made
lighter and the more easily endured by
their uutirtug efforts to relieve Uw
monotony of a long term on the sick
bed. Mm. Green was a very pleasant
.lady and bad many friends in this place.
-, w chi|dm , , re iUU j w
nrFn , dMli of lhe lUte taw at
L #wrWK * t Kan., Wm. Green, who lives
^ m f, rIU nMr y, e Mroc pj^,, Bn< j xfrs.
c „ WanMf of thu place .
Mr. and Mrs. Warner are among the
rmMmu ofUle town and
wtnn friend, who sympathire
UH>tn lhe|r , mtclion
•uve Tour Orals.
Few realize that each squirrel des
troys fit AO worth of grain annuGly.
Wakelee's Squirrel and Gopher Exter
minator to tlw moat effective and
economtoG poison known. Prim re
duced to *) cents. For .Go by A. L.
Miller, ageuL febiS Jel3
The ninth grade of tiro public school
will have graduating exercises in tbe
opera bourn next Friday evening. A
literary aud musical program has been
prepared that promises to be very Inter
e*Uug. An admimiou fee or 5 cents
will be charged for the purpose paying
for use of Uw hGt. Everybody cor
dially invited to attend.
Special Msetlag of tbe CemafigGeoer*.
The board of eonnty eommiashmen
met last Saturday in special session for
tbe purpose of taking action in tbe
matter of tlw uttfto&d county otW
in tbe hand* of TMai A Barrel, of Spo
kane, amounting to filtyUO. Tbseeare
tbe remaining boudaof U>egtf /)00 is
sue authorised by a vote of tbe peop le
about two yean age. The bond# have
been returned to tbe eeunty by Titles
A Barrol upon s former demand by tbe
eommiseioners and at last Saturday's
meeting It was decided In raedvertiee
tluMfi for nkn m tin eniiflt md but
way out ef tbe difficulty. Thtag *
Barrol might have been compelled to
ItA f y tbf bonds tod pty for th wn tact
it would have taken a law suit to force
them to doio. fnrwfuiuintljr tho action
of the board in tbe matter te for tbe
The question of tax sad license cot
lections to the new town of SylvanMe
of tbe town to in di sp u te, some claim
ing it to iu Montana while others any it
It Id Tbe eeleon me have tab*
en advantage of the dispute and refuse
to pay license In cither state and tbe
merchants refose to be aaeeeaed, yet a
petition, has been presented to tbe
board, signed by citiesns of tbe town,
asking this county to appropriate fiMOO
for road purposes. After fully discuss
ing tbs matter Uw commissioners de
cided to not grant an appropriation of
money until the dispute over Uw lose
lion to settled.
A Craad Vasal Canaan.
. . . .. .
Arrangements ws * j
week for Uw appearance here, in the
opera house, Saturday, June S, of the
distinguished Ungers, Augusta Obr
strom Reuaid, from Uw Royal Open,
Stockholm, Sweden, and Uw greatly
gifted new American singer, Rebecca
McKenzie, to present their highly in
teresting song recital program, consist
ing of popular ballads of various
countries, selections from tlw operas
Wagner, Thomas and lUUiue, as well as
duets, which are said to be a decided
feature of tbe program. These two
artists come here with the highest rep
utation. 1 taring appeared iu nearly all
of Uw large cities, both east and west,
ae well ae tn Europe. Recently they
have appeared In the cities on Uw coast,
everywhere cresting the most favorable
Impression. It to safe to predict a moO
exceptional vocal treat. Tbe Van
couver (B. C.) Dolly Advertiser In
speakiuf of them said:
"A large audience greeted kfdme'
Augusta Obretrom liensrd sad Utos I
Rebecca UcKenxw and gare the "
complisbed artiste a reception that at
times partook of areal ovatioo The
duets xm gems; tbe voice, of .be two
singers blending finely. Tbe nice shad
ing of tbe f way b and diminuendo
pisno ,„d forte ptemgre were «««d;
Uw sustaining notes were held without j
apparent effort aad the time kept :
througtl difficult counter fugues villi
mwptoes or the Odd Ftdlow. lodge of
The very latest thing tn ladies' ox
fords « iggett A Km pry Co.
We have a very complete Hue of
children's shoes. TV Iggett A Empey Co.
kllss Grace Empey. going to school in
Spokane, returned home last Sunday to
remain for some time. |
Call and see ourtiine of ladles' wrap
win an rtwuu.
Law Briefs aad I'am ph let printing a
specialty at tlw Pana office.
The Renard concert will be under the
They are very pretty. Wtggetl,
A Empey Co.
Tbe steam launch Saasacot, owned
by Capt. Stocho, to bring improved in
appearance by a coat of patnL
Tbe nobbiest Una of men'* chocolate
and ox blood aboee tn town at the Wig
gelt A Empey Co.
The Idaho Mercantile Co. is offering
some good bargains in a new adverttoeg
merit on the eeoood page.
A Une of youths' and men's swesters
from too to fit JO. W Iggett A Empey
N. S. Panl left for the Methow,
Wash., mining district, Thursday to |
look after minlug Interests.
Spring and summer tailor made suits
AUO patterns to select from. Wiggett 1
A Empey Co.
CapL C. A. Waters has moved his
family to town. He wilt hare charge
of the steamer Elk during the season.
Ws are agents for the celebrated
Studebuker wagons and vGildes aid
Oliver chilled plows. Wiggett A Em
Rev. W. II. McFarland aud daughter,
Miss Hattie, arrived Wednesday to
spend a few weeks visiting his sou
A full Uue Of ladies' akirt waists
—fancy patterns from 66 c to filfifi;
also a line of fancy Giii t-watet sets.
TV iggett A Empey Oo.
Ice cream. Grew berries aud aoft
drinks at Thomson's bakery duriug the
warm season. Ice cream by Uw dish,
piut aud quart.
Aa we go to pram Memorial Day Is
being appropriately observed in ac
cordance with the program aa published
Ladies' sailors, children's TamO'ahant
ers, men's mimes' and children's straw
hats In all Gtea aud styles at astonishing
low prices. TV iggett A Empey Co.
Dr. C, C. Mann returned from Seattle,
Wash., Wednesday, where lie
fully passed the examination to
Gate board of dental examiners.
E. A. McCarty and wife went ti
Spokane last Saturday on their wheel*,
returning Sunday morning on the train.
Mrs. McCarty waa anxious to make iht
return trip on thetr wheels, but K. A
thought cue trip like that waa sufficient
for the whole season.
church tost Sunday to
Uw G. A. IL, W. IL C.
was driving one
to Spekmw tbe
The Caeur d'Alene and Rathdrom
b as e ba ll nines played a match game on
Uw Hathdrum grounds last Saturday
which resulted io a score of tt to tt to
favor of Crnnr d'Alene. •
The ladies of Uw Catholic cfaoTcfa wiU
gire a strawberry festival and dance at
the pavtlhm, Thursday eveuiug, Jni.e
Mi. Admission S Crete. A pood Uaw
to promtoed and there should be n huge
E. L. Abrams, manager of Uw Lost
Cabin mine was In towu the find of Uw
week and says that they are at work in
a tuuuel to tap Uw ledge at a depth of
** ) fee V Ti .** lu ."" e ' *' u . *®
* ' '
feet in length aad to now In 60 feet.
Judge McBee wag touring the nortl ~
era part of tbe county on bis bike last
week and came to grief aad a long, if
not lonely walk of Seven miles, by Uw
breaking of Uw froot axle on hit wheel.
In relating Uw incident afterward an
attentive listener asked tbe lodge bow
he came to break Uw front axle as there
was ordinarily, but Rule weight en it.
The judge replied that the front wheel
carried I» pounds, and bis fnends are
anxious to know Uw name of tbe young
__ __ __
lady who shared bto misfortune.
I _ # , , „ .
•?****°ciudt from AU
8a ° l * E P'* co P * 1 fUurch ' bpokaoe, in
^ T-innoant. The Cwurd'-ktae.
. Ah ** of *'' *** *
**** represented at Uw funeral byi^
j j - 11 ' U * r **' P '
: , * e "7 u * rtn *'^ t ^f 0 '' dFeU o^ > '>7
*' A '
Smith, T. E. lledal, Henry Thamke'
and Henry Kloppcnburg. Tbe funeral
was In charge of tlw Odd Fettowa
J. J. Will urns arrested on a warrant
■worn out by Station Agent Joy, at Uw
request of X 1*. oflicmU, charging him j
with obtaining money under false
nreietises. Will worked for tbe com
J^SaUng the Oakes ami received
atime clirek for hi. pay. lty some
m uufce Iw afterwaid received a regular
check, thus duplicating bis pay. He
refused to return Uw mouey, churning
Uw company still owed him and was
wrested. The company failed to appear
*» U* >'»» for trial and tlw case
| was dismissed.
(A prise turn by Mrs. C. C. BatrtaM.;
Wbeer prsy'r* are leu, do tear Crape <$<4
Above tbe law); mrlia Seal
My oxweSra baAsaie otreaa;
I mony rout btian.
And tay tbe frasraut Moeiuiaf dowu
Where Mere Ibe brore ankiuniu.
Voder Uw tas- bta Mr Maud sealed.
My bnrr boy Mbthre;
Bta aaari reatinrlx »0I keep
Their vigil* o'er hti dresaOna Uerp,
Though taolta *d hi* glare, oukiwaa.
I kooa aa II «y taxed oae te* *
When load Uw *hauts at >tarry «rell
Sod bathed hh dylag waoa.
Or, U to rioad* a dark defeat,
When rvea ruadng death arrawd meet.
He M«d Uw great aakuown.
Bright Mrd* **rtU borhtnger* a Spring,
A wr*—wr trow the houth-taad bring
t)a eager plutoas Soa-n;
Where nuodtata rbanwea mound.
Hove ye not spied s gras»gtx>u*i wound
That bear* tbe nainr, anknoaar
In ntwky xwnap or open ftade.
On 'neath Uw waoodtnped bnd shod
Where oawrt arrears i b one;
8am to tbe Work they softy oped.
And furered s halo Yount the dent
That era nod deep unknown.
That covered the unknosu.
O, South wind waft ywor fragrant sighs,
Dorn 'nroth the do w di er* Summer Skies,
Where n range hurts are Mown:
End swing Uw pure aagaolta Mount.
A glooming censer a perfume.
Above the graves unknow n.
When dew and rain and smiling ana.
Their round of duty each hath ton,
A Father's tare sms shown;
Fieri Denotation Day of tlocl.
A garland twined of rarest 8ow*rs
Whose petals fa* In rosy ahowYs;
Let friendship's chain be thrown
Around our (and. UU East aud West
Shall decorate their ptaee of rent,
RfUMfibcx tiw Rfikfiofin.
Viral Uw bitter bate and mrife
Let seeds of tare be sown
And hhwn itns a sweet peace and trust
shall Sourish oYr the raered dust
Ilf these ws eat) "unknown ''
I prey when centra the tlrand Hevtrw,
And each tmereM I ct -gray and Mae
Hhatt stand he tar* Uw throne.
When-rands the to* «n brad and etanr.
That svVy real shall answer "Mere,"
carry Job*-Sawn, iota*,# MS f. aad lata i S
Mk F. S-marMav, ntrS, tax M TS. I*« Wr.
CaavMy Mrs I.~ri»y.lota II. It Mk F. tat SMk
a, las Sta. yea Mr.
(WnanaXn i M- loan, lata II, It btk «,
Iota* ML 11 Mk II. las #1 W, yea JSr.
Dual Cios—rity, let i Mk C, let « Mk D. Us
DtaayeeyCeyt C A Ue a kll MktasWr,
D aeen nrv J S-rHf, MII Mk CC, lei Sr, yea
DmtraaA H-rity.MX bta F, wafoa. haa
tax S1.1S, yen SSr.
Dudley 1 C—*My. n-C a( let • Mk 31, tas la,
Darted W-towa, lest Mk K, wagon, hoi
tax SttZ. pea Wr.
KMerk la H B -Um, tnr. <4 reaerve. yi
Somehiae, vacua, natch, hone*, tax yea
Fader 8 W-Sonn, la I Mk M, tax $ 1 - 0 , pen
Ftaher II H-tawa,tata 7,« Mk n.tax yus,
dearer Delta-Iona, kit SMk M.tat S Mk L,
tax HA yea Mr.
Uo 'd ta n a r M sia■ ti es, M d Ml MkS, tas
daad Hunk K tuwa.kd; Mk V. tax Me yea
drsy W W-unro, lota T.S Mk 11. tat SSe. yea
drinaeUFredB-toaa. total. SMk StataAS
Mk 11. tax Slot yea Mr.
Halite. Ceyt Akucr- tan, la 1 Mk F, tax
Mu l* Sr.
HattPaaCo-tann. tataS. M.ILU Mk M.
la s Mk B, tax Or.
Haare John—tonn. W tafia tatSMk T, E-t
atatSMk 1-eSQr. ta« l.l Uk r. snlrh. tax
MSS, yen Si
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M Oca F—tovra. tat S Mk M, tax Stas.
I lire ICL-tom. kd * Idk £7, tax M W,
tas MOMm, tab I, t Mk l ax
«-h, x., x-u™,« - tat w Mk r-o*.
j. w is Mk d. tax si. yen sse.
BaShaidl (i-saaa. la «W a. tax SI-SS, yea
iuuae 8 A-rity.ia>t. MWkir.u. ise.yea
Htofit t bits 7, £ Mk CT, tax
8ton '* J ,— ••<*, tost, sMk ro, aaorkiae,
hu«t ( rette-Savra, kd t Mk at, tax s&r, yea Sr
Tontr iu*? F-tity.ka 1 uk m.ul i*r, pen
T -n« ^ J w-wm. kd. Mk F. tax me.
■ J —iHy. kd 1 Mk C, tax Mr.y>a
BHtkeytiO-tovm,tatSMkS~ctty,IM 13 Mk
Tb-fly W -toon, lot s Mk I', tax Mr. pea Mr.
Toan. lata 7 S, S Idk Ml tax 9LSS. pen ZSr.
~ luta T, S Mk *$. tax SSr. pea Sr.
" la 1 Mk R, tax Sir. pro S'.
City, tat X btk A. tax Se. pea t e.
Wheaton tiea Frank-loan.M S Mk A-rtty.
tats I. S Mk K, lots X, s btk A. tax St, | en TSr.
Whltrbouse Mrs IIM tore, tat* ty < Mk K.
tats IS II Mk II. tax W pen Sr.
barmaid Joa eity. tat • Mk s, tax Hr. pro Sr
Westoo lota a frar. a reserve. H levrblne.
txx ft. M, pea Mr. *
ho*tar Is hereby girea that nntaav the shore
taxes dettn^arot, tagrthrr *Uk east, penalty
aad Interest are isM, tbe real praprrty ttpou
shteh sueh taxes are a Ben, sin be add at pub
Ita narttan at IS n'rtark a- m. on the Stk day a
July. IHd. in front of the emwty court house in
raibdrua, kuutrvwl eouuty. date of Idaho.
Jxo. C. Cmisax,
Assessor aad rx4Uhrin Tax t sUortor, Kootenai
«KM) , date at Idaho.
Wanted-An Idea SS3
Ik van Pwmiatk Cor nr is and rvm run
CatKTV OF Kootenai. State op Idauo.
Iu the natter of the estate of John A. Moore,
Order to shorn cause srhy order of of tale of
real estate should not be wade.
Fred. K. Wouaarott. Uw adaunlstrahir of the
estate of John A. Moore, deceased, having Sled
his petition herein, duly rerihed. praying tar aa
order a rale a certain real estate, b e ta ng l ng to
the estate a nil deceased, tar the pnrpaae
It la theretare, ordered by Uw Judge of this
court . Uot nil persons Interested In the estate of
ssM de eeooed, appear before the raid prolate
court on Monday. the 7th day of June, nsc. at
eb-vea o'etaek In the forenoon of aid day, at the
court roots a nil prolate matt, at Kathdrvun.
Kootenai county. Idaho, to show cause shy aa
ruder should not he granted hr the said adartnt*
tntor to ae* re taurh of the real estate of Uw
uM deeeaaed, aa shall lie neee*aanr,gM that s
copy of this order he published ot host four <tl
meeetslre oeeks In tlte I'd rear. a seekty new
prt ntr g aBd published a Uw tuna of
t'oor d'Alene. In Kootenai county. Idaho
Dated, signed nod sealed stth the seal of snkl
luvtbalrrsHirt. at Kathdruar. Kootenai county,
Idaho, this grd day of April, M7.
ISEAL] Edwin McBee,
I heretiy- certify the tategoing tu he n
tree and correct copy of the original order to
show cause, now on He iu my mutt In the abme
minted iworeertlng April XI mk.
(seal] Edwin Mr IIxk.
Prololc Judge anrl ex-OUh-lo fieri.
01. C. C. KMN
Graduate Chicago College of Dental
Office in Merri&m Block.
*;n **-'!> forks
BOSTON and all points
EAST AND SOUTH
Train leaves Cmor d'Alene ut 8 -JO p. I
and arrive* Uli. m.
bound, arrives at 3:35 and
3:40 o'clock p. m; No. 3, eaG
arrives at IlfiS and departs
eeoiO*. mop, tad Urkst
P. JOY. Ageat,
Coeur d'Alene, Idatw
A. D. CltkXLTOX,
Aszirtant Gen. Pam. Aft.,
No. XjA klcrriaou St., cor. 3rd fit.
Port la mi, Orexoa.
Just call in
A new Supply received
Wanted-An Idea £3r«
THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR. ♦ ♦ ♦
* ♦ WORL D-WIDE CWCUlA TtpH.
TweatyPites; Weekly; ninslrtted.
1 worses hsaoiz to Mirena Mtu. _
• TOXX muars m mi. rmrrxsD.
820 Mabkct St., 8am Fbancmco, Cm.
R. R MANN,
GENERAL $ BLACKSMITH,
Fwrtfc SI, lut to I. V. Sudor I Co.'s
Ston, Cw i'ikM, Utfiko.
New Work end Repairing Neatly aad