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Will iMlt Hj4r».U S«»
The board of town trustee# held ita
regular monthly meeting Wedueeday
evening. After the reading and
approval of the minutes of the laet
regular and epeelal meetings the board
took up the question of locating fire
hydrants for connection with the
of the new water company.
The plan is to place a hydrant at
each alternate street crowing so that
in case of fire two lines of hose may
be easily strung and reach any build
ing in the block. This will give,
when the system is completed, one
hydrant at each of two corners
diagonally acrusB the block and
furnish the Tery best Are protection.
The matter of locating the hydrants
was placed in the hands of the Are
and water committee.
The board ordered the construction
and repair of a number of sidewalks.
Hie opening of Lakeside avenue
across Third street is a great necessity
which will be increased by the
building of the electric line ou
Sherman street. The matter came
before the board Wednesday evening
in the form of a petition signed by
property owners ou the street request
ing the authorities to take action in
the premises. After discussion it
was referred to the street committee
with instructions to have estimates
made showing the cost of the improve
The bond of the new water company
was filed in the sum of *5,000 as a
guarantee that it would complete its
light and water systems in accordance
with the terms of its franchise. The
bond was accepted and placed on file.
After allownig the regular and
special bills the board adjourned to
meet next Wednesday evening for the
purpose of taking np the question of
extending the corporate limits of the
town to include the additions.
WOCLD RACK ON THK LARK.
riu to XUch
G mu I» Oakn.
To the Spokesman-Review George
M. Forster, owner of the fast steamer
Imp, proposes a formal race between
the steamers Idaho and Georg ie
Oakes on Lake Coeur d'Alene. "To
end the uncertainty as to which is
the swifter Doat," said Mr. Forster,
"I suggest that tbs Idaho choose one
referee, the Oakes another and the
two a third; the referees to direct and
manage all details. The course would
naturally be the 20 miles between
Coeur d'Alene and Harrison. I would
allow the two boats to use any fuel
they might desire and to get np all
the steam they can. Tbe Oakes, hav
ing old fadbioned boilers, would
probably use Roslyn coal, but tbe
Idaho with its water tnbe boilers,
can use Rock Springs coal to best
"The winning boat would be eu
titled to call herself 'Queen of the
Lmke' until some other boat might
take tbe title from her. Later on, 1
might challenge the winner to a race
with the new Imp."
Mr. Forster's Imp was burned on
Lake Coeur d'Alene several months
ago, but the machinery was saved,
and be has had the burned vessel
duplicated at Tacoma. 'The new
Imp is completed," said he, "and
will be brought to the lake as soon
as I can secure a car that will be
large enough. It will take a car at
least 5l> feet long." Mr. Forster
added that a race like that suggested
would draw enormous crowds from
Spokane and he thought the railroads
would be glad to give excursion rates
and run special trains to accommo
date tbe people that would go from
Dr. Beiisario Sara, a prominent
surgeon of Lima. Peru, has started
for New York to stndy the latest ad
vaucee in medicine and surgery, and
then report his observations
Ceretana flour is always the best
Shoe repairing of all kinds at Blood
A. Shall i*
(Jo to Keefe k Bedell for all
kind* of weighing ou their five ton
Um Ceretana floor. E. B. Keller k
Good, dry w«a>d for n« >y t ie
Wiggett A Empey company.
The beet line of fishing tackle iu
the county at Perrenoud's hardware
All jointed fishing rods will lie
closed out at half price. Armand
Try one sack of Ceretana flour and
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If you want a nice, moist loaf witbj.
a rich, toothsome flavor, use Auto
Lota in Hunt's a<i>litlou inuuadi
ately north of tbe original townsite.
See James H. Harte.
If you aie looking for a good range,
cooking or heating atove at the right
prices, you want to nee our line. The
Idaho Mercantile Co.
Srvw doctor bills by baying • first
class water filter of Armand Pvrrv
Roud, the hardware dealer.
Any breadmaker can make good
bread from Ceretana.
The Cash Grocery is the place to
get your vegetable. Always fresh
from the gardens.
See Jas H. Harte for lota In
O'Brien's Addition.the most desirable
location In Coeur d'Alene.
When you make your children a
brithday or holiday present, open a
saving aeoount with tbe First
A house of eight rooms, furnished,
to rent. Also an offee room to reut
on good terms. Apply to J, W.
We buy lu carload lots from first
hands and can wheel sale and retail
goods at the lowest prices. Call and
get our prices before buying elsewhere.
We have just received an elegant
line of ladies' shirtwaists. Come iu
and see the new style at the Idaho
For a big line of heatiug stoves,
cooking stoves or ranges to select
from, go to Perrenoud's hardware
store. Prices and quality cannot be
duplicated by any other dealer.
Our line of Mackinaws is complete
and we can fit you out at tbe lowest
prices consistent with good business
principles and first class goods. Cali
and see our stock before you buy
elsewhere. E. B. Keller A Co.
One of the best lines of underwear
in the town may be found at E. B.
Keller A Co.'s store. We can fit you
out for fall or winter wear in all
grades and at prices that are hard to
It is uever too late to improve tbe
appearance of your home when you
can do so with but litte expense. You
ean save money on wall paper, oils
and Sherwin A Williams ready mixed
paints—the best on the market by
going to Armand Perrenoud
Brick and lime for sale by Armand
Lots in O'Briens' addition, border
ing on the original townsite, at low
prices and on easy terms of payment
to prospective builders. See James
For sale—80 acres prairie land,
fenced, 20 acres in fall wheat, new
house of 5 rooms, 2 miles northeast
of Poet Falls, * 18.00 per acre. Write
call on the Meyer Land Co.,
Coeur d'Aieue, Idaho.
Steam ami pipe fittings of all kinds
at Armand Perenoud's hardware store
That rich, "nutty" flavor ia found
only in bread made from Auto-eet
flour. Manufactured by tbe Cable
Milling Co., Post Falls, Idaho. For
sale by all grocers.
How about that new suit for fall
We have just received two of tbe
strongest lines of samples shown in
tbe United States. We guarantee a
fit and satisfaction in every instance.
The Idaho Mercantile Co.
Just received Two barrels of
electric lamps from 8 to .12 candle
power. Also the celebrated hylo
lamps, two lamps in one. Lowest
prices. Novelty works, Fifth Street
For sale An excellent mill site,
S»3 acre.-, with over one half mile of
water front. Its a bird. The Post
Falls Laud Co., Post Falls. Idaho
Ladies, if yonr knives are dull go
| to A. Perrenoud's hardware store and
get one of those tine emery knife
sharpeners absolutely free Y'ou are
not even required to make a purchase
i n re one.
When in Post Fails, stop at. the
Enterprise hotel on W. South Rail
road street and get a square meal.
You'll get your money's worth!
To make room for my Christmas
stock. I will sell all my jewelry and
watches at very reduced rates. lie
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sure ami do not miss this, as you can
have jewelry at yonr own price. P.
IS. H. Williams will commence his
removal sale November Itb, when he
will give a reduction on all shoes
and rubber* in ntock. a* be de*irea to
re ^ ,,<ie bi*» block a* low a* poimible
before moving to new quartern.
N <»(|r» iff Tri utw Mo r llwg
Notice is hereby
special meeting of
giveu that a
tbe Board of
Trustees for the village of Coenr d'
Alene will be held November 25th,
1901, at seven o'clock p. m .for the
p Ur p 0ge making an assessment for
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speical tax to pay expenses of new
sidewalks to tie constructed as fol
i Fifty feet on north side lot 0,
block H; 50 feet on north side lot 2,
block H; <51 feet on west side of lot
1, block S; 10 feet on north side of
<*est 30 feet block U; 100 feet on
| south side lots 7 and 8, block Q; 118
; feet on west side lot 7, block Q; 100
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feet on Mouth aide lota 7 and 8, block
K; 118 feet on eaat aide lot 12,
block L; 50 feet on aontli aide lot
12, block L; 50 feet on north aide
lot 5, block H.
All peraona Interested in auch
amoaanient. please take notice.
By order of tbe Board of Trustees.
JAMES H. HARTE,
opt.21 nov.21 Village Clerk.
1 have 12,000 borne grown fruit
trees for sole at tbe Coeur d'Alene
nursery tour mile* north of towu.
There are many reasons why home
grown fruit tree# are the beet and 1
will prove It to the satisfaction of
J. A. WATERS.
The A. H. T. A. No. SO,will give a reward ul
0 to auy penou or penoua for lh«* arrrftl »u«i
convection of ui> t**r*on or per-ioiw *tea>ltig
drtviMtg*wav, vhoothix. poist»l|n> or killtug any
live stock of any inenibor of thin a***M'iatioii
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
btute of Andrew Kd Johnson 4ccea»ctl
Notice ii hereby given by the uudenigned <ul
auimtratnx of the estnte of Andrew Kd Johnson
deceased, to the creditor* of. aiul fill tier*
having cUitufi again*! the said deceased to
htbit them with the ueceouftry voucher* within
sii month* after the Amt uttbUmtiou of th»*
notice,to the *ud admit. i»tratri\ at her residence
iu i'oeur d Alene.ldahu.the value being the place
for the trauvactiou of the bii'ine** of «aki evUtr
iu the County of Kootenai. State of Idaho.
Dated at t'uenr d'Alene on the JtHh da) of CX*t.
AUQt'JiTA JOHN SO*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of OcnuoBd NVUou, Jr., deceased.
Notice L* hereay given by the undersigned
adnilnUtrator of the enlale of 0*m«Mid Nelvou,
Jr. deceased, to the creditor* of and all pri
«*)» having claim.* *gain»l the *ald deceased to
exhibit them with tbe imv\xar) voucher*,
within four mouths after the Ar*t publication of
thi* notice, to the *aid Administrator at hi* real
deuce, the same bring the place for the traus
action of the buainexx of *aid !e*tatr, in the
County of Kuotenai, Malt of Idaho
Dated at St. Marie* on the i d day of October
► KAN K K. SCOTT.
orCM-uov 14 . Administrator
Chicago, Oct,, 2, 1902.
I nuflrrfd with failing and con
gestion of th* womb, with
C m* through th#* groins. I *uf
ed terribly at th»* tim* of fn*n
•truation. blinding headaches
and nifthing of blood to th<* brain
What to try I kn*w not. for it
■eerned that I had tri#*d all and
failed, bat I had n#v*r tri^d Wine
of Oardoi. that blewwd remedy for
tick women. I found it pleatant
to take and toon knew that I had
the right medicine. New blood
■Mined to course through my veins
and after using eleven bottles I
was a well woman
Mrs. Hush it now in perfect
health because she took Wine of
Csrdui for menstrual disorders,
bearing down pains and blinding
headaches when all other remedies
failed to bring her relief. Any
sufferer may secure health by tak
ing Wine of Cardui in her home.
The first U,ttle convinces the pa
tient she is on the road to health.
For a<lviee in cases requiring
special directions, address, giving
symptoms. "The I Julies' Advisory
Department," The I'boUanooga
Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, I'enn.
Our Bread is
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of all kinds, for all d
Ie, at prices to suit x u A
iietter equipped Dental d
lit this state ?
Coeur d'Alene J
a Over Exchange Hank
60,000 Acres of Patented Forest
reserve scrip for sale cheap I can fur
nlsh any size tract Immediutly; the title
has been approved by the general
land office; every tract giiarenteed
T WAI.DO MURPHY. l« .latnicaoi,
blk., Npokane, Wash. Plmne Main 1202.
» & Co,
Wt* doth,' you from ht**d to fool
iu rctttly to-wear garment*. We
sell only tlf|>eii«lal)Ie qualities and
at the lowest powwilile prir«*.
l.adiet' jersey riMe-d fleece lined testa and gtg|
weight,vesta hake ta|wl neck and cruebed neck,
Value, here at 2
(..idles tine cashmere hose, merino heel and toe,
vervwhere at 8.V, here at ifie
Men's Work Pants
Men's work pants of heavy weight. coUonade UmI
throughout with heavy drill, guaranteed not to rip, «MM
in black and gray »trt|>* Wilt outwear two pair of hut
ovcralU. only 11 ii
Specials Saturday and Monday
iiosxl weight, turkisli towels, sue |Nx 42, regular
I V on special sale at Joe
"hort I'nderskirts ofgo.nl quality, llanellette. blue 1*1
w lute ami |>ink an<l white strips. Iwtinm lritnu»e<l triA
wide torchon lace, regularly worth .Vie. on sale at 4*kf. yl
it ita if lark blue cheviot, eiMM I to $
2 piece .mi, of d irk caselniere with email *U
rs worth here at 41 30.
'(• n •< work gloves, of mule skin, thr bowl cheap glof* It
'lie market, regular .U* kind, «>n s|wrinl sale at Vtr.
* *!»•' tiiii'l "ft nil all our Iaolii*'*'
' 'liililri'ii's ..........I hats Saturday it ml
K.ast md '"•onth.
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STONE AND BRICK W0R
Estimates furnishe*! and satisfactory work guaranUmd.
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