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It is the high
quality of Royal
that has estab
lished its great
wife knows she
can rely upon
it; that it makes
the bread and
biscuit more delicious and whole
some—always the finest that can
It is economy r.nd every way
better to use the Royal, whose
work is always certain, never
TVtr !*.fr many imitation Inking
|.~tWv nude (rum alum They
m»j k*» per pound. Iw«
uim incbiU Uk curt ut lieahh.
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k'Ur «n*ia| at 7 JO.
__PVirtling mam bars
*>• cordially iantMl to attend. Km**
<ial HoeGW. no hi* grand; Haary Ktap
Smtuii Umi Ho. 7. Kitam oa
P tvnia*.—M#*«* in Fraternity Hall
Tharaday araaiag of rorh am*.
Vi*ttla* benthoe* era alaay* wrlroaw.
I- W Jofcesae. C-C-. V A. SbaiDa. K.
ot U. a ad ».
ffEm D'ALKXK Is a city of KJD
V/ population. brwuttfSdly al'.aaied on,
tho noathrrn ahora of the famous C.#uf
d A leas lake. S mtlaa east at Kpofcanai
an a bieach Itweof the Xortbsrn PartSe
>.dread l.laaaof ateaasmmake rag*
lar tnpa (torn Una city ap the lake to the
bead of MalgaUeo aw the KC Jos and
«<**r 4'AlaaorlTera,eaon«rUag at liar
nam with the railroad Una Into the
gotd. allvar and tead wine*. The clly to
ooa of ih. mo* anted mmmm rawwta
,n W* noetkwart, and to baromlng a* 0 **
poputor ml yeor Its dobing, hauling
tary |mat M U>a want (Fort Dtomi^
and Mb wngMflrowt formt park reasrra ■
(loo ad(a|« tl«e city ro the want Thaj
country round a bant to made ap of rtrh;
agricultural lands and rxteoatr* foraate
»f yellow plow, dr, o nd a r and tame roe.'
andtha dty to daoUned to become a|
manufacturing renter for lha prodaato >
of Uteoe woods The buainraa men and
ratedente are amterprtelnf. and taka
pride in making the place attractive ,
1 here are font church organ nations
UrtliadM. 1'ranbytorlao, Kplaeopal and
Homan CaUnllc. The rocvwt order*
Maaona. Odd » sUowa Knlfbte of l*ylh
la*. K.al.rn Star, tteughler* of Its
Improvtel Order of lied Men.
Mareabeea. I. O T M. 0. A. R. and
Women'. Relief Corps. Tbaetly letup
piled with electric light*. food water
works, an elegant public school build
lug one sawmill, two drat claro botela.
lmat building yards, rtc. Thera are yet
good opportunlUea to engage In luora
in. buttnaro and UvaraUlad farming
Manufactories are particularly deal red.
and are offroad extra Inducements. The
anmmeri art temperate, with sufficient
rainfall to Insure abundant crops, while
I he winters are free from extreme cold,
No better location for prod labia Invent.
'n»nte or for ancuflng Weal homes can
I- found In the north west. Thera to
r.llent (wople. In a henutitul region and
incomparabl e dlmate.
The toraaaey af Waaaaa
'Vaa grandly shows by Mra. John
"'.wling of Ha Oar. Pa,(n a '^tveyeara 1
'■'ruffle with a malignant stomach
trouble that caused dislraroinf altecks
"f nuiteea and Urdlgastlou. All remedies
|*IM to relieve bar until »M tried Klee
Dir Hitlers. A rtar taking It two months,
•lie wrote: *i am now wholly cured and
< *n rat anything. It to truly a grand
•nntr far the whole system ro I gained
h> weight and fast ranch stronger since
"•Ing it." It aide digestion, cures dyi
f'Twte, improves appetite, glees new
•»»« Only jne. Uuarenleed, at any
Iditerl AmHI Flight.
> M. Illgglns, editor Saoeoa (Ills.)
Nr "»> wee afflicted for years with piles
"'at no doctor or remedy helped until
*• <rted Husk lee's Arnica Halve, the
the world. Be writes, two boxw
•lelly rerad him. Infallible for piles,
fure gosraetred. Only tee MR by
•win a bb n iioitu
Walter A Ik Ira I* now located at Nor
Xaw good* commencing to arrire.
Wiggvtt A Km pry Co.
Towoaiup plate (or aaia at lb* Pace*
office. Two (or Ore caota.
for amngtra. ahakm and lumbrr. am
U»a WlggMt A Km pry Co.
Cbarlaa Kdmlatoo baa our thanks for
a mra. large watermelon.
Freak rtdrr. <0 emu a gallon. Sold
by J A. Walrt* or at the Cash grocery.
Thomas Kroner and Grid* camedoan
from llanlaoo Tharaday.
Emy sack of Cmor d'Alene or Win
ter Wheat dour U warranted
W. 1) MrFartand and F. E. Empey
nailed hpufcane Wrdurxiay.
You ran tar. » pet rent by buying
chlnawar* at the Wiggrtt A Kmpry Cu.
C' A. Water* us organising a romp of
" 00,, " M '® •* Cotakto.
*<*•'"* soon-a awreplng discount
•***■ Ms on lha lookout The Wiggett
* Empey P«.
Jodeun Gtle* and Fred Itoper drove
in from the 1'aJoatr country Tharaday.
Every thing In the houae rrdumj
during our role for rash Wiggett A
IIKlMre „, om * Tlw
from an anting of thrve .rok. up the
M Jar r
^ra and up. Tb. Wig^u
* ' 1 °
E Iteahbrook returned Friday mom
>°« ,ro * • buainraa trip to the I'alouae
r * un,, T
A new and fnwh line of fancy con
feetlonery. made by ItoarhofRi Paul,
at the r.rur d'Alene Drug Store,
Henry Klappenbarg has secured a
position at Cauldo.and left for lor that
f*o yon know that the I'nnui can be
one whole year for dl «uh In ad
, anr ,y Now la the time to aubacribr.
Edwin rrochell, a droervlo, veteran.
", " a " ,on * , ^'" ,on
Move r yIra of all kind* (or tala by
Arm.nd Pterenoiid, the people* l.«rd
"® r ® d *«* r -
Gd. and Mn. D. II. Ilndlong and Son
left laat evening on a visit to hto ttoter,
Mra. Roar, near Milwaukee, Wl*.
None to pure aa lloarh'a candles
They are made of pure sugar, and told
at the tame prices aa cheaper goods,
at the Vtrur d'Alene Drug Store,
j ||, ||,rte aucceeded this year In
nosing oorae nice Coorord grapes, a
sample of which wa found on our desk.
nand good* bought and sold
by || Mr; Kroner. If you have any
Ui , nj| |# ^ , l|m ,
I'atrirk Flood roturoed Wednesday
^ )|r1Uun Co|umb| ^ H traro ha ha.
^ ^ r , MrMd contraction
During lha Spokaua Indnratrial ex
^ Uon y,, x ort harn l*addo will roll
tr|p tlck cu, good dve days, at
Mr. and Mra. J. II. Hart* returned
Saturday from a two weeks' outing at
tha head of navigation on tlioftt. Jo*
Call for C<*ur d'Alene end Winter
Wheat Hour. It coals no more than
other flour and to far superior.
Dr. Seal ton returned from Moscow
Thuraday. Ilia family will vtolt for a
couple of weeks in Hpokans before com
All kind* of new and fresh drags,
carefully oompounded and dispensed,
at the OwirU'Aleo* Drag Store, post
Dr. B. U MoEuen will rtoltCoeur
d'Alene dering the fir* and third weekf
of each month fot the practice of den
ttotiy. Office In the McFarland block
D.F. Mason has put lo a nice line of
flne randies and to adding materially to
hto stork of drags.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Warner and Her.
o. L. Deffenbaugli and wife visited
Hpokane Wadnseday, rrturnlng home
Flatobmann's Coaiprraaad yeast, the
kind you used back rost for role at the
Caah Grocery. W
Fred Empey, a prominent merehant
of H eroto n d. B. C„ has purchased UO
ponnds of T. Hugnenln's ahesee far
export across Ute Una.
If you want a suit of clothes, call at
Uw Cask Grocery and sea our Uus of
samples at lowest prices.
Mra. Dueomoo, of the 8t. Toe ralley.
favored us with a couple of heads of
the ffneet cauliflower that we liary roan
tills season. They were beauties.
A new line of men's, misses' ladies'
boy's and children's shots, all the latest
■tylaa. Over tfXO pairs to select from.
Wiggett A Empey Co.
Mra. Peter Mason and son left Mon
day morning tor Wardner where they
will reeaain during the wiutsr. Mr.
Mason has a good position at that place.
The be* peaches, peart and grape* at
cheapest price* at the Cash Groeary;
also all kinds of groceries, teas, coffees,:
John Farnan mat with a loro of flte
Thuraday, one 9i and one •#) gold
piece. The muoey was lost from bit
pocket between the poet and hto bouse.'
A rate »f fll.AO for the round trip will
bs given by the Xortiiern Pacific from
this place during the Spokane expoai
L. if. Patehen, living thro* mile*
north of town, succeeded this year lu
raising some fine yellow dent corn. The
ears are well filled sod perfectly ma
When yon buy a tack of Cmurd'Alene
or Winter Wheat Hour you help tei
build up the farming community.
E. X. and Manley Jellum returned
Wednesday from north of Spokane;
where they had spent aeveral weeks do
imenl work on tome piomlslu*
All the latest styles In men's and
hoys' hate, a Urge hue to arlert from
Price the lowest at the Idaho Mereau
After a lingering Illness of consump
Uon. Mra. Jefferson Swofford died at
her home a few miles north of here.
Tuesday, Sept » llunal took place
Wednesday at tin- llathdrum cemetery,
Rev T. U Hodgson officiating.
For all the new m* nobby thing. In
and boy.' ck.th.ng, go to the
,. ... .. .„ ,
Waho MerronUleCO. Our Ml and
n er no ju pened.
Ladles! Now to the Ume la gel your
Bff *°°* wrap* aud
jackets. W# are having an advance,
role. Ten per cent, discount for two
week*. The Idaho Mercantile Co.
.. , .... . ,
Mra. J. Clerfoyt, of San r ranciaco. Is
visiting Mr and Mrs. Jamro Brook. In
State Une prertncU Mra. tlerfoyt to a
sister of Mr*. Brooks and will re main
Iter* until tier husband, who is a pram
Inent railroad man. return, from Part.
where be wro call on railroad boslnero.
We have Ihe finest and larges! Un* of
men's, women's and children's under
waar ever shown In Covur d'Alene
Come lo and let ut show them to you.
Our prices are Hie lowest The Idaho
Joseph Houghton. George Ford, Thus,
Meadows and John lkonovan returned
Wednesday from a trip to lit* M. Maries
country, where they located claim* un
der the limber and atone act. They
each secured 100 acre* of white |dne
and left Thuraday for Lewtotoo to file.,
the land being In the Lewuton di.lricl
Out sweeping discount sale com
metiers Tuesday the SiUi mat. and will
continue for thirty dsys. Within that
time secure a few of the many bargain*
offered. WIggett A Empey Co.
Wednesday, September tfilh, at the
bride's home near Poet Falla, Mr. A. X.
Tucker, comity commissioner ol the sec
nod district and a prominent merchant
of the town, waa united iu marriage
to Miss Mamie Bump, the estimable
daughter of Mr. and Mra. L. T. Bump.
Rev. Walker, of lUU.drum, performed
the ceremony lu the preaenc* of a num
bet of friend*.
Included in our aalra will be anita
from two of tin- largest tailoring ratab
UabraenU In the east. Over 1,000 ram
plea to select from. Secure a suit for
the frull fair. Wiggett A Empey com
Dr. Scalloo U renovating hto drug
store and substituting a fine lot of
square labeled bottles which will add
much to the appearance of tlie store.
Kroner will buy. sell or exchange
anything In theaecond hand good* line;
also deals in junk, such as rubber, cop
per, brass and old cast iron.
Th* Burlington A Mtoaouri River
Railway ha* opened IU line between
Alliance. Neb., and Denver. The open
Ing of this line make* th# Burlington
the short#* line between IlUlingt and
Monuna, Idaho and Washington polnu
on the Northern Pacific to Denver and
MUthern Colorado |»lnte lWngera
for Denrer should not overlook U.I.
. „ . . . . _, .
Our fall .lock ofdry good. I. now
*<>v , ^ J
large variety of dremgood. in p^ain and,
plahto. Come l o and ee* our Hire I...
of mtoses' and to d to.' jacke ts, ladies
" " * -" ""
capes, ablrt waists, wrappers, etc. Buy
your «®^®* b° , »*- W ® Rtiafrt'leenur
priera fro* 10 to Mp* emit- '«*«'ban
Spokane. The Idaho Mercantile Oo.
Farm of IM serra, two mllm we* of
town, with water, good buildings and .
bearing orehard, for tale. Apply to
II Altai XT B. WOHXACOTT.
Subscribe for th* Pans, St a year,
cash In sdvar.ea.
MARS KARRA ARP TBR Txosrx.
A Carrespaadrot FUraa Kashas la sa 0a
RATKimm, Idaho, Sept, tl, 1900.
Mr. Editor: -Bryan, In hto letter of
Moepttnec says, In sp e ak ing of the
true**: "SInos hot n small proportion
<* "*• paoplacan sharelnUte advaot
age* secured by private monopoly, it
follows that the remainder of the peo
ple are not only excluded from the ben
efits, but are the be!picas victims of
every such monopoly organised. Ills
difficult to overestimate the immediate
Injustice that may bs done, or to calcu
late the ultimate effect of this injustice
upon the social and political welfare of
our people. Our platform pledges the
P*ri.y to an aneeasiog warfare on pri
vate monopoly Id nation, state and
city." Every Intelligent person can eee
"***• " w * iwd » #f *Mdom «*» truth,
" rr E ln * co " Tlotlon anpreju
diced mind, and it to la striking con
treat to the vituperative mass of de
uunciatlon and misstatement in Mark
Hanna's address to the business men of
Chicago on Meptomber IS, in which be
aaya: 'I believe there to not a trust In
the entire United States. They cannot
exist, and every law against trusts, na
tional and state, baa beau the product
of Republican law makers aud the
credit to dua the liapubiieao party," aud
he afterwards aaya: "I have no objee
Uon to the Democrats opposing trusts,
but they have notgoleny patent ouif'
How can any party oppose that which
•»" no existence, as he asserts of trusts
lu ***** "»• speech» But I hardly
lh * nk *°f P*™° u . however prejudiced.
who has receutly bought trust nails,
wire, etc., at about two prices, would
agree with Mark in bis statement about
I will mention one more false and
spiteful statement, lie said lu the:
course of his remarks, "I would tear the
mask off the face of that hypocrite.
Wm j Bry . D .. Tlie aepubliean con
greasmau, Tliurston, from Nebraska,
who served in congress with Uryau and
W as intimately acquainted with him.
auted that be. Bryan, bad been feed by
Uw owner* of silver mines, hut when
Bryan denied It, Thurston said iu sub
stance, that what Bryan raid must be
true, aa he knew Bryan to be an honest
man. Mark finished up by declaring,
j"I am alright for I talk about thiugt
**** » know, and I don't lie either."
T **"» ■* I T troa Auuautas to Mark
«»**!<* he likely to brace up a
a*»*key sUtemeut. Now, to sum the
"hole thing up. that speech would be a
dlacredlt to any second-class polltiral
""«• U '* «*"«*«*«*
head of the Kepublicaii party. It shows
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Hod material to fool their followers
wlth Mart llBd better IK his. monev
j or | I | B> | t j g f, r Borv cihiyikc
(n ^ Mr(u(nr , lt (bun the owner iu Unit
^ g jj
Care, af Cbraal* DUrrkara after Thirty
Trar* af SuSSrtag
|vr iujrty yemn w|lh d „ r
H>ora u>d (bourhl , , u pMt
cured> -. Myl John 8. Ilalloway, of'
Fmich Catnp Mlt , , |>d t M
mucl , , itnr and molwJ B1K] M
much lh „ , hu) rrn , up ,, opw of !
recovery. I was to feeble from the ,
effect* of the diarrhoea Uiat I could do ;
no Q | labor, could not even travel.
but by a ccident 1 was permitted to find I
r&rtU# of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera i
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after tak ;
ing aeveral bottles I am entirety cure^
of that trouble. 1 am *o pleased with j
the result that i am anxious that it'
be to reach of all wlio have suffered as !
1 have." For sale by any druggist,
Thf j* llt ,„.Ulute of Kooteuai and
Shoshone county teacher*. In acasion at I
WsiUce duriug the week, closed yrater- !
d*y. The attendance wss large and
the dally sessions were most Interesting
ai.d instructive. The next meeting will |
be held liere during September. IU0I !
Among the teachers present from this '
vlriulty were Prof. Cummings and wife,
Mrs. Chat. McCarthy. Mist Maud Mix.
Miss Mitchell, Mrs. Fred WUson. Miss
Maud Horn* and Mias Thco DeSaut
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0(l , y „ roiirl , IK flrr rllHblml j M Glir .
„ tUon of San Anlonlo> TeS t
down BlUckfd by MtllD>| frotD
whtch br iu ff prwl for JMr ». n e writes ,
hit misery was often so great that It,
seemed lie endured tlie agantra of death;
but Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-.
sufoptton wholly cured him. This mar-'
Teh.ua medicine to the only known cure
for Asthma as well as Consumption,:
Coughs and Colds, and all throat, cheat
and lung troubles. Price 80c and fll.OO.
Ouarauteed. Trial boltlea fro* at any ;
drug store .
The seventh animal Spokane Indus- 1
trial Exposition will open next Tuesday :
with a big parade and Interesting cere 1
monies. The parade will march down |
Riverside led by Ihe Iloyal Marine band
lul * Mia* Lulu Kirby, Goddraa of i
«"**F. ■» * h « «•*•■» «UfwUbn and
*'» ho "°" »'* h **>® *"'' d •'«*
u *» wevchante' floats. She will ride iu
* 1 *® «* rrt ®«® " hteh Abralram Lincoln i
ow, * wl ®" d *» hl « h '• •«*PP°®® d be the :
«••'» w ' , '® h h ®. WM ,** k ®* , hom ® « f ** r ,
u ® Tin « •*«• ® ho * *» Ford ® theatro
One of tho most Interesting feature* or |
the opening day will be the chorus of i
y. and rrl. who will ring rev- !
®nU number, in counecUon with the!
.n.r the parade;
the lent. Laat yew this chorus
blggrat thing, at the ex- j
position, and thla year there will be
1,000 children participating i
400 more than there were laat year.
cb ' lldrH1 pwr^cip.ung which to
^ ^ year
A PswSst Kill Ixflastaa
draalle mineral pills, but both areroighty
X®-««* *® dyn.m to y«« r
^ wbaiiDr. King's Naw Lir* Pile
do th* work so easily and perfectly.
Cure* headache, constipation Only til
cents at ar.v dnij store
ron ram mn.
WIII Barber to on tbs sick Hat.
Mn. Never*, who ha* been quit* sick,
to at p rese n t recovering.
Born, to Mr. and Mr*. Sherm. Smith,
Sept. 9, a nine-pound girt.
Charlie Colgate to sriU in a vary eriU
eal condition. He to haring a hard ran
of typhoid fever.
Mr. Cmodal, who has been Bring in
town during*tlie summer, ha* removed
hto family to th* ranch * Rim Bock.
Mr. Pierce's family will oeccpy the
house thus vacated.
Ot> Thursday morning Mr. Crosby wa*
helping carry a heavy wheel * the saw
mill, and when they laid it down it
seemed the side he held tipped In such
a way be could not remove hto hand,
and the weight of the wheel crushed a
cog entirely throngh the palm of the
hand, crushing and displacing two of
Mr. A M. Martin m* with a painful
accident, which for awhile was thought
to be serious. While standing on a lad
der, arranging a block and tackle * the
aaw mill a rang of the Udder broke,
letting Mr. Martin fall about twelve
feet. He struck bis bead on some ma
chinery, and when found a few minute*
Uter waa unconscious. After some at
tention from the workingmen be recov
ered consciousness and was taken home.
Dr. Wens was summoned, and by tlie
next day Mr. Martin had so far recov
ered aa to be out walking around.
At the home of the bride's parents,
one mile west of town, A. X. Tucker
and Mis* Mamie Bump were married
on Wednesday afternoon, aud took the
five o'clock train for Seattle and other
coast towns, where they will spend
about two weeks, and return to Mr.
Tucker's heme in this place. The wed
ding was a very pleasant affair. There
were about thirty Invited gueate, a de
llghtful dinner was served, aud Mr. aud
Mrs. Tucker departed, carrying the best
wislies of a boat of friends. Mias Bump
has grown from childhood st this place,
and Mr. Tucker is one Post Falls'
earliest business men, and has served
the county for two years as eommis
sinner from this district. Both young
people enjoy the highest esteem of their
many friends, and all unite in the very
brat wishes for their future.
CARTED THX PURSER
HaL Kilter Attack* J t Skalll* Witt a
An assault took place la* Saturday
on the Georgie Oakes, at Harrison. Dial
might have resulted in a murder but for
tbe Interference of George Groves, the
engineer, and II. B. Stevens, tlie fire
man. The steamer Schley had landed
alouglide tlie Oakes and Ilia passenger*
were waiting for the bo* to resume her
run. Hal. Miller waa among the pas
sengers aud had been drinking until hi*
condition of intoxication was qnite
noticeable. He was in tlie engine room
of the Georgie Oakes when Purser J. I.
Shall is passed by. Miller remarked to
the purser that he would tell him all.
about it, and tlie purser replied Uiat lie
did not care to hear it, wheu Miller sud
denly attacked him with a kuife, cut
ting a deep gash four inches long in his
right arm and stabbing him in the abdo
men, making two ugly and painful
wounds. Tlie cut in the abdomen, had
it been but a little nearer the groin,
would have proven fatal. Before Miller
could do any more serious damage he
was sirred by tlie engineer who, with
tlie assistance of the fireman, wrested
the knife from Shall!*' antagonist. It
waa necessary to take several stitches
In the wounds, aud the pureer Is rapidly
recovering from the effects of his bloody
encounter. Those who witnessed the
affair say th* Shallia dealt Miller some
heavy blows and Uiat tlie assault was
unprovoked. It to said that Miller se
creted himself in tbe hull of tbe Schley
and came to this place where lie secured
a livery team and made his escape.
Should tie be captured lie will be tried
on a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon. It it said that Uie two men
have had no trouble previous to this
and Mr. Stiallis it unable to account for
Uie assault. Officers m the surround
ing town* were notified to be on the
lookout for Miller, but up to this morn
ing lie had not been captured.
A Rick Q*M Due*vary.
James Tyson, of tlie Santa countjy,
waa in town during Uie week and re
ports some rich discoveries in free mill
ing gold ore on Santa mountain. He
say* tlie ledge U about eight feet wide
and contains several rich streaks of ore
Uiat assay as high as •600. The dis
covery wss made by John Brown, an
old prospector who has been in that
country for some time. Mr. Tyson says
that some paying placers have been
opened up in Uiat section Uie past sum
mer. He and hU brother own a claim
on which they have done 110 fe* of
tunnel work and they have a very fine
showing of free milling ore. A number
of claim* have been located in tlie new
camp, which is just across the divide
from the lioodo.
Ckuahartela'a Otagk RtauSv a Great
The soothing and healing properties
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures have made
It a groat favorite with people every
where. It is especially prised by
mothers of small children for colds,
croup aud whooping cough, aa it always
affords quick relief, as it contains no
opium or liarmfnl drag. It may be given
as confidently to a baby aa to an adult.
For sale by any druggist.. •
Cato sad Brmia** Qateklv Kaal*.
Chamberlain's rain Balm applied to a
cut, bruise, burn, scald or like Injury
will instantly allay tlie palu and will
heal the parts In Iras time than any
oilier treatment. Unless Uie Injury is
very severe It will not leave a tear.
Pain Balm also cures rheumyiitem,
sprains, swelling and l a mane aaa, For
«*'« «-r fr-Bf**
EigfetMfi km, ii4id by th# fintent
mailing appHsnesa, ars kept on a rush
•very month ff tl iny Umi I irtlii Hocm
J ournal off to Its subscriber*. The first
shipments are started about Ui* mid
dle of each month, and from th* time
anti! tbe twenty-fifth tbe magarines
poor out of Uw Journal** publishing
office by Uw two-borae-dray load. Un
tbe twenty-filth of each month every
Journal has reached its destination,
and work In tho mailing department
slackens fora few days. Homo idea of
tbe tremendous size of tbe Journal's
subscription Ust may be gained when it
is known that forty tone of matting I
type are required to set ap the names!
of aubecriben. There are three quarters i
of stonofeach numeral, sod it requires I
twenty thousand galleys to aeeommo- ■
date the subscribers' names In type.!
This stock would equip six or eight!
large daily newspapers. As many as!
sixty Ore compositors are employed J
setting tho names of the Journal's tub-'
sc libers in type- printers enough to set!
the type for tbe biggest metropolitan J
newspaper. The expenses for postage >
paid by the Journal approximate Kit,- i
000 X year.
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It was Harry Farley who made Uw
improvements on tbe Hoieman property
instead of Ram Black, a* announced
; week. Harry recently received a
pension with back pay, and inverted
tbe money In tbe property, which he baa
fitted up for a home.
■otto* Cor Publication.
Parian * p»v nr vac Iirntaioa.
LairnOrnca uCata B Aiavalnso,
Notice I* bertby gfwti mat the loilowtig
Mined art iter ha* filed notlo* of hi* Imealtea
to Bisk, Baal proof In (apport of hi* chla. sad
that said proof oil) hr made before the Regteter
and Reerirrr at Corar d'Alene. Idaho, oa Ihs
oetnber IX. tea* vta:
Hi- Xo.il*. lor Uw S. M S. E. N. E. >, S. E.
K and S F- <4 N. F. V See. SI. Tp. to X.. R. «
W R. M.
He naa tn the tattooing nttavur* to prorr hi*
ooBtlaiwu* residence upon ond eoltlraltoo af
mid laud, vtl: «'i*> IVrtrr, Jay M. Runum.
Andres EUntetn aad Net* Foniond, alt of Mica,
1> H. BCDLOXG.
■otto* for Publication.
HtntTvisT or rut Ixtuiob.
Land Orrica at Cott a ii'Alua Inano,
September B. 1*0*
Notire I* hereby given that the foihm-ing
ruuned arttler ha* Sled ootice of hU Intention to
make final proof to rapport yd hi» claim, and
that said |-roof mill be made before the Keglrter
and Receiver al Coeur d'Alene. Idaho, on
November I, Mk«. vlt:
ltd No tas. for Ihe S W. V. S W.See. 4, and
S. K. !« 8. K.See. 4. Tp ** X.. R. » W B. II.
He name* Ihe toBoming m llnesae* to prove hla
continuous mddeoee upon and eulUiattun of.
•Aid land. Vtl: Mk-htrl Burke, Thonua Ritchey.
John M forty and Charic* kalauquin. all of
Coeur d'Alene. Idaho.
D. H. Bfnt.ONO,
sept Woov.Np Register.
■otic* for Publication.
ntr.IRTMKTT or TUB IXTBRIOB.
I.ANi» Office atCikue d alkmc, Idaho.
September 11. ME
Notice Is hereby given that tbe taMomlng
named srttlrr has hied notice of ht» luteutkin to ,
make final proof In support of his claim, aud that '
saW proof mill be made before tlie Register and :
Receiver at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, on <K'tober fifi,.
nF.RRCRT D. VtVHRl RC.
Hd. No. *10. for the & S fv W ^ and * », R. E.
*4* Nee. H, Tp. fiD N-. R 4 W. R. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
eontlnoous resWenee upon and cultivation of, •
saMiaod.rti: IsraIs Price,of l>mt Kalla. Idaho.
Victor Rellmore, Anders !'. Huudln and John
NopR of C'neur d'Alene. Ittaho.
II. II. RCDLONCfi. 1
aept.tVoetJfi-p , KecWlrr
Node* for Publication.
DecAhTMifrT or TUB Ivtbbiob,
l.AMt orrica at t ori'u k'Ai.bm. Ioaho.
September SO. Wfi
Notice I* hereby gttvm that the fuUoirtafr
uamed arttter has filed notice of hU talraUoa to
make final I-rout u> Kupaory of hiv claim and
that aaid prouf will bo BUMle before the Kcgtok-e
aud Receiver al Cacur d'Alrae, Idaho, un K»
vember s. ISOh. vU:
MARSHAL W. TCKfl.F..
Hd No. SS). tar the S. R. UK. W. 14. N W. U
• K. >, and N.SS. W. >, See. aa,Tp WN..R.S
W B. M.
•I aatd laud, vlt: clay Furter aad Jaaou R.
Babcock, of Mica Idaho: \ 1 etov nelliaarc aad ,
David rtater, at Oaaar d Ateaa. Idaho.
D H BCDLONQ.
wrttMdfli RsgllVW |
Just call in
A new supply received
The Best the Market
We Hive the CaLV -
We also carry the best
brands of smoked and
WEKT 7 HARKET. „
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CCEUR D'ALENE 1
NEW AND FRESH.
All medicines are
by C. C. Dumdi,
who has had wide
experience and is
of the best in his
Lines Consist of Evstything'
Pertaining to Drags
D. F. MASON, Prop.
Coll and ee* as.
CASH IN ADVANCE.
You can all afford it at this
price. Send u* $1 and get all
the county mid neighborhood
news all tho time. If you owe
us, pay up and get on the cash
Call and leave your subscrip
tion, or address
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