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THE IDAHO MERG/INTILE GO.
Our Sale Will Continue
Do you know that we have the beat Potatoes on the
market? Large, white, smooth stock. They will cost you
no more than the common article.
If you enjoy a good cud of Coffee, try Folger's Crystal
Blend, 25 cent* per pound. If you want the Best Coffee on
the market, use Folger'a Golden Gate, at 40 cents a pound.
There is no better.
We have a few Heating Stoves left from oar large stock,
ou which we will make a reduction of 15 per cent.
W E have concluded to continue our reduction sale on the
following articles to make room for the arrival of our
Spring and Summer Orders:
On«-third off on Ladios* and Misses' Jackats
Ons-third off on Boys* Ovarcoats
Ona-fourth off on Man's Ovarcoats
Ona-fourth off on Man's and-Boys* Swaatars
Ona-fourth off on Man's Haavy Undarwaar
Ona-half off on Ladias* and Missas' Hats
All goods ara mark ad In plain figuras at tha rag
ular prlca, from which tha abova discount will ba
Now in regard to Flour, if you like a nice, white, moist
loaf, try Olympic or Red, White and Blue. We guarantee
every sack to please.
Do you know that we are headquarters for all kinds of
Feed? We have Timothy Hay, Grain Hay, Alfalfa Hay,
Wheat and Oat 8traw, Cracked Corn, Wheat, Oats, Rolled
Barley, Shorts, Bran and Shorts, by the sack or ton.
For the next two weeks we will make special price on
all Felt Boots and Rubbers for same.
The Following Goods We Purchase in Car Lots
I Flour, Feed, Sugar, Salt, Canned Goods, Wire and Nails. We can save you money on quantity buys.
ts* R arara:~arijaaa-arja mtm . a-a-jw-a-a-awr aam
FHty Ymts to StiMkri
tartar iaiivad fraa grapat*
W*®« MAH I MO FOWOIR OAs
W. H. Chapman has returned to
tirsntte. where he has employment In
The local attorneys are attending
Court al lUthdrum and report a large
calendar to be disposed of.
Horn, to Mr. and Mr*. H II. King,
of Hayden lake, Saturday. February
11. a son. weight I<H pound*.
Major Lubn, formerly statlooed at
BBWS OF TOWN AID C0UJITY
Fort Hhertnan, now retired,
Wednesday In tbs city with Irleuda.
He la now living in Spokane.
Fdgsr D. Gilson. secretary of tbe
Washington Frees association and
manager of tbe Adam* County News,
was a caller In (be city Thursday.
H. A. Edminston has purchased
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lota 1, 2 and 3, block 3, lots II and
12, block 4, Varnatn's addition, of,
H. A. Varus in for a consideration of
The Progressiva Kucher club met
evening and enjoyed cards for
couple of hour* when lunrheou was
James Monaghan has disposed of
lota 1 and 2. block 23, to 8. A. Ver
nam, for a consideration of 1550.
Tbe sola was made through tieo. F.
David Mayer has sold to Henry
Kergey two lota on north Fourth
street for a consideration of 4245.
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Th# sal# was msde through the agency
of Kolwrt W. Collins.
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A ple._s.nt private dance took
place at tbs lllackwell park |>avlllon
Wednesilay evening. Tbe music was
by home talent and tbosa present re
port an enjoyable time.
Tha Katbbone sisters bold their
regnlar meeting Monday evening and
the attendance of all member* la de
sired aa buxines# of importation Is to
come up for consideration.
A. II. Hankins has a farm at Mica
bay from which ha produced timothy
last year measuring six feet In length,
red top over four feet and second
growth clover over two feet In length.
Sopha, tbe Infant daughter of Mr./
and Mr*. M. Amell, who live seven
miles north of the city, died Tbure
day morning after an lllnea* of but
a few hours. The funeral take*
place today, burial at Ratbdrum.
Mr. and Mr*. AmeJI are tbe parents
of fifteen children, ten of whom are
Tb* MIm of the Cat hullo club
hare arranged to sire a can! party at
their hall. Tuesday craning. These
parties arc quite popular with the
public and the attendance la usually
The men who were arrested In ooo
nactlon elth the ducking of J H
Frabaa In tbe laka at Half Hound bay
•eredischarged by the probate judge,
there not belug eufficleut evidence to
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A surprise party was given batur
t ~-17 »-*■*•»•
An enjoyable evening was rieot by
those - -
The (iunderson I.umber company
ba# tha steamer Hellenes on tbe dry
dock to be orerhauled and put In
good condition for tbe season's bust
steam launches on tbe lake
Mrs Harsh York Hulls has pur
>ased through Geo P. Kteele. of
Jams* Monaghan, lot «, block K. on
lakeside street, for MOO. Kbs will
at once Imgin the erection of a mud
jeru 91,600 cottage ou tbe lot.
morning tbe isrstor will
the text "What Is Thy Life?" His
* T *blng subject will be "Neutrality
,n lop Impossible." Tbe ser
num *HI be followed by baptism.
Beautiful eye* and handsome face
are eloquent commendation*. Hrlght
eyes are window* to a woman's heart.
Kockf Mountain T«
tablela. Coeur d'Aleue Drug store
Ht. Luke's church. February
Sunday school at 10 a. m
prayer and sermon at 11 a
Is one of the swlltoel
Al tbe Haptlst church Sunday
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i... .k. —-in y.mcb on
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mskes bright eye. .36 cent*, tea nr
tablet*. ' —--**»*------•—
will be no evening servioe. Tbe
Guild will meet wilb Mrs. Robert
Mousey Wedeutday afternoon al 2 :30
J. T. Sullivan returned from lloise
When be left there the
flgbt on tbe division bill was waxing
warm. W. II. McFarland, who went
.to the capital with Mr. Sulliavn,
I•'°PP* d 0,T ■» Hot bake. Oregon, to
take advantage of tbe hot bathe.
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(ieorge Forster, a well
Spokane attorney and a frequent
died at Los
visitor to this city,
Angeles. California, Sunday from
liver dlseaae. Mr. Forster h»s a
summer residence across the lake and
was owner of tbe steam launch Imp.
II makes no difference bow many
medlcinea have failed to
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,f Jro *| t^o " b, •; , w,,h h " d » c!, «>
I«on.U,mtlon. kidney or liver
trouble*. Hollister s Rocky Mountain
Tw| w| „ ni , kp yot , Ooenr d> .
Also* Drug Co.
W. J. Seat and R. H. Muneey have
purchased Joseph Itougbtou'e Interest
in tbe real estate busies**. Mr.
Houghton recently returned from a
lr uL t s, N *,T U * n ? b r k # flllod
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shine and gold. >1. think, oflocat
The male quartette, composed of
W. A. Thomas, T. C. Hahn. J. C.
Dwyer and Byron Rensbaw, contain
plate* giving a concert at the Audi
torlum at an early date, consisting
of vocal and Instrumental music,
The program will be selected with
care and every effort made to Insure
the sucoeaa of tbe undertaking. It
le the intention to charge popular
price, for admlaaloo and if these
gentlemen decide to give the concert
wa have no doubt they will he greet
*d with a crowded house.
The firemen are count ing on mak-j
lug their nail at black well park
pavilion Wednesday ereutng the beat
and most eujuyable dance of the
winter. There la to be good music
and committees to look after the
®°" fort * n<1 P'***«r* of all who at
tood Tbe ***• are deeerriug of a
,lb * r *' l*trouag. and abould ba able
to of * Ur *» """ber of
Tbe ladlea of the Coeur d'Alene
club desire to extend tbeir
tfc . nh . to th wbo klnd ,_
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to -Mrs Geo. C. Thomson for the use
of the parilion; to the city editors
for courtesies extended, and to tbe
public In general for their liberal
* dJ »•*•- «ell known singer*, hare
charge of tbe music. Tbe serrtces
begin each evening at 7 :30 and are
creating quite an Intersat. A few
A serin* of revival meetings are
being held at th# Chrsitlan church
under tbe direction of Evangelist
McConnell, as lasted by the pastor,
Hev. E. M. Fllnn (ieorge A. Webb
7° M . r ' W ? b T?"***! * »" C
ceesfo I singing class In the city,
There's s prwttv girl In an Alpine
A sweeter girl wilh a sailor brim.
Hut tbe handsomest girl voa'll ever
Is tbe sensible girl wbo uses Rocky
Coeur d'Alene Drug Co.
The Ladle*' Aid society, of the
Pnmbft „ tmo
church, will give a
colonial supper and relic exhibit at
the church parlors Tuesday evening
from 5:30 to 7:30. Tbe colonial
dames will aerve a supper of "ye
olden times." Miss Hath Dionne
will render s number of selection*
on tbe mandolin, beside other enter
talning number*. Twenty-five cent*
w * ,b * b,U * • Dd lb * rel,c Mh ibtl
" ** H * orth th * pr ' 1 '*
V. T. Cass, of Sault 8t. Marie,
Michigan, and E. B. Taylor of tbe
same place arrived In tbe city Wed
nemla, and will engage to bnalnem.
Mr. Case la a merchant tailor and
e *T* cl * *° 0 I W ' U »" establishment at
* n *** r,,r date. Mr. Taylor l* a
lM,udin * contractor and will follow
that line of business. Both men ex -
****• ' b em*elv«* M ««»» P>oa-J with
tbe •TP**""*™ ot 'bl. elt? and have
c '"'" d «>''' future.
The Coeur d'Alene A Spokane
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Hallway company baa a car of rnach
Inery on the road from the east for
Its shops In this city. The outflt
MD|||U of , n #leetrMS motori U(h „
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company has begun work on its new
depot at Poet Falls. The building is
to be a frame 24 by 45 feet, with
freight and waiting room* and tiokst
j offloe. A side track will be put In
and other improvements made.
Navigation on the lake oloeed
W'edneeday when the learner Spok
\ of th# Co|Ur „ n ^ „, d< ,
her last trip to Harrison. For
j several days she had been breaking
| through the lo* at the head of tbe
lake and kept the channel open, but
the continued fleecing weather made
it necessary to tie up until the Ice
melts. The steamer Oeorgle Oakes
tied up the day before tbe Spokane,
Tbe main body of the lake la not
froxeu over, but at the upper end tbe
lea I* six inches thick and extends
down aa far as East Point. It will
probably be three or tour weeks be
fore the boats are able to resume
i their regular runs.
For hack service, call up *he
Coeur d'Alene Drug Store.
Use Cere tana flour. E. B. Keller A
Jas. H. Hart* offers fire acres of
land close to Seventh street at a
special reduced price for a few days.
Anyone wanting a snap should in
Do not mlae B. H. Williams' big
reduction sale In shoes. All grades
and makes at a big reduction to dose
out the stock.
Overstocked on men's, youths' and
boya' overcoats. Your choice at
wholesale price at the Idaho Mercan
It is not necessary to go to Spok-;
ana to do your shopping. The Idaho
Mercantile company will ears you
money by buying at home.
For the beet quality of rubbers at
th* right price, go to tbe Idaho
Mercantile Co. We have the Ball
Brand and Gold Seal.
Miller A Morris, Lakeside avenue,
near tbe N. P. depot, have new and
second hand furniture at lowest prices.
Our closing out sale of shoes and
rubbers give* you an opportunity to
purchase some big l«rgains. Prices
reduced from 25 to 50 per cent. B.
Dry wood—Fir, tamarack and pine,
sixteen inch and four foot. The
Idaho Mercantile Co.
Our doverieaf and Limburger
cheese can't be beat. Tbe Wggett A
We are doting out our line of
shoe* and rubbers at prices that will
surprise you. These goods are all
standard makes and tbe prices are so
low that you can afford to lay in a
supply for tbe future. B. H. Wil
Geo. F. Steele, two door* west of
the Kaeeemeyer market. Is egent for
ten of the largest Are Insurance com
panies In the world. Give him a
call when in need of insurance.
A Stahl Incubator aud brooder,
good aa new, for sale at a big bargain
t«oauee tbe owner doee not wish to
raise chickens by the hundred. This
I* one of tbe best incubator* made
and hold# 200 eggs. Call at the
Press office for particulate.
For pure, fresh candy you should
patronize the City Bakery. An ex
perienced candy maker will supply
you with tbe beet that can be made.
Highest market price paid for
green and dry bide*. B. 11. Williams.
Closing out all wall paper at cost.
Idaho Mercantile Co.
Lots In O'Briens* addition, border
ing on the original townsite, at low
prices and on easy term* of payment
to prospective builder*. See James
A new and complete line of oeekete
at T. E. Medal's.
Our tailor made suite from 910
up. A perfect fit guaranteed. The
Wlggett A Kmpey Co.
Any breadmaker oan make good
bread from Cere tana.
T. E. Medal, tbe furniture dealer,
will sell you a 950 high grade aewlng
machine for 435 and 440. This la
your opportunity to buy at a small
margiu above cost.
Closing out tneu'a clothing and
overcoats at cost. These are genuine
bargains and it will pay you to call
and make your purchase* in these
good* before the lines are broken.
Wlggett A Kmpey Co.
Candy kitchen at the City Bakery.
Fresh and pure candies every day at j
Dry wood for sale. The Wlggett
A Kmpey Co.
While at Spokane, eat at the Model
Bakery Cafe, 819 Sprague Ave. |
For all kinds of property, consult
wlth Geo. F. Steele, two doors west
of the Kaeeemeyer market.
All men's heavy underwear at cost;
at the Idaho Mercantile Co.
For bargains In wall paper, goto
Perrenoud'a, Scott block. Paper
from five cents a doable roll up.
Geo. F. Steele writes insurance and '
Axes rates right. See him about that
policy you need on your home.
Geo. F. Steele, notary public. All
kinds of legal document* promptly
and neatly executed.
Tbe W ashington Home company I
builds houses on monthly payments
without interest. Mr. Stoney will
be in Coeur d'Alene next week and
will explain to any one interested.
tbe attractive feature* offered. Call
him op at tbe Lake City Hardware
Mr. Geo. F. Stoney, formerly of
this city, I* here on behalf of the
Washington Home company, which
builds houses on the installment plan
without interest. He will be glad
to explain tbe plan to any one wbo
might be interested. His bead
quarter* are at the Lake City Hard
If you are in need of shoes and
rubbers, go to B. H. Williams and
take advantage of bis great dosing
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Saturday and Monday furniture
sale at tbe Baptist parsonage, cor
ner of Eighth and Lakeview streets
HIRTHDAT CK1KBK AVION.
w Rr.wd g. a. R. Hold a ».cor,.fui
Tbe celebration of tbe birthday
anniversary of tbe three great preei
deuts, Washington, Lincoln and Me
Kluley, under tbe auspices of tbe W.
R. C. and G. A. R. at the Catholic
hall, Tuesday evening, was verv sue
ceasful. both socially aud financially
and fully sustained tbe reputation of
the ladles and veterans as enter-;
taitiers. After supper, served from
5:30 lo 7 :30, a short literarv and
musical program was tendered which
those present highly appreciated. It
opened with a salute to the flag by!
tbe oolor guard of tbe W. R. C.. fol
lowed by a recitation, "Wounded to
Death." by Miss Lucile Elder; song.
"1 Want to Go South," by W. A.
Thomas, T. C. Hahn. J. C. Dwyer
aud Byron Rensbaw; recitation by
Mrs. Guptll; mandolin solo by Miss
Ruth Dionne, ot Spokane: "Memor
ial to Washington, Lincoln and Mo
Kin ley," by Lnctle Eldar. Tbe
closing number was the singing of
"America" by tbe audience. Tbe
««t««aA iium.iM. ta
guests then «joyed tbeiweltw. to
dancing, a number of tbe old veterans
joining in tbe maxy waltt with such
vigor and enthusiasm that acme of
th. young people thought they might
take' lessons from them?
l.U» of \<!v«>rU*#d
The following letters remain un
claimed In the postofflee:
D. L. Ayers, Jes. Bleckwell, Clyde
Derby, Ed. Johnson. H. F. Lambert,
T p Pto» n >
Please say advertised when calling
for the above letter*.
D. F. MASON, Poatmaster.
sax nruLono rouox.
MORK ITBIET LIGHT*.
Mn. Cktpsss XerMntaUr Tttk • Oree
Saturday morning Mr*. W. 8.
Chapman created a actuation in tha
vicinity of her home on Fourth street,
rushing to the front door and oall
ln » toT * doctor, stating that ah* had
accidentally swallowed poison.
***f bbot * w * r * ** u * d in and Dr.
Webb arrived a few minutes later.
He learned that tbe woman had
M overdose of oU of ♦-~ T it
once administered restorative*. She
was unoonaoloo. for some time and It
was necessary to work with bar for
several boors before ah* ooold ba
considered out of danger.
light* ara all to
dAUn * ™ll b. a wall
, 'f bt * d 1I 0 '^ 8om * Un " *« 0 " ■«»*
^ 01 "* bU **" pat j" °" FoQrth *
C<><>ur ^ Atone. Lekeeide and Sher
mmn ,treet * ThU »®* k Con
sumers Company installed eleven
more at tbe corner of Fourth end
Reid, Third and Foster, end
Lakeview, Second and Foster, Fifth
and Wallace, Fifth and Gardner
Seventh and Wallace, Seventh and
Lakeview. Ttnth and Sherman,
Eleventh and Sherman. Tbe city
has ordered nine more, making a
total of forty lights when these are
' uaUlled - Tbu « ir *« «H part* oi
tb * ci * 1 ' * ood ,t * ht " nd tb * P«op4a
*PP rec *a t * the improvement aa a
COKI K U ALLXX OFriKKU AT PAR.
Prahodj, n«uct.t*ita C a r*.
Heeds of Klsctrle Llae.
Boodg ^ ^ *
Spokane electric road, which were
* ol ' 1 *° Peabody, H oughts ling A Co.,
°I Chicago, a month ago for 924, ara
off * red th,t now at
or P* r ' w ' tb accrued interest,
bond buyers took 9222,000
worth < tho last of tb * bond issue of
e500 - 000 -
The Coeur d ' A1 « D< ' company 1 mm
tb * opMon ^ deeming tbe bondta
,ber January 1, 1914, at 105 and
Ibe Chicago bond buying
flrm ha * lwued • circular advertising
bonds, and gives a statement ot
! ! he company's fluaooes as compiled
from Its books.
Tho " umber of fult passenger*
c * rrl * d b Y thp road to 1904 Is given
'*_ February, 9265; March. 11,
TS7; April, 1«,883; May. 26,206;
Juu ® 25,960; July, 32,253; August,
30 > 194 J September, 26.12C; Octo
ber ' 23,46and November, 18,512.
MsMpnssI Has Left Matters la a Bag
Boise, Idaho, Feb. 16.—Th* oota
®Ht*e appointed by th* house to
lnr ^ tls . u th . condition of tbe land
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™ b »Utod a report today,
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are U-hindin their acoounU with the
department. Tbe report My*:
"We are convinced by what w*
bare thus far seen of th* record* that
an effort baa been made during the
past two years to correct the method*
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°* U ' | tbe , " d d °P* rt ""L
but such an Inextricable tangle ax
lated for year* that It U abeolntolr
necessary, at any reasonable cost, to
rectify the existing evils and plan*
th# land depart meat on a substantial