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CITY IN BRIEF
Woo Ison take the baby. Coeur
. Geo. C. Rabeneau, of Foot
Wasb., is a visitor in the city.
t received a ear of Anchor
cement. We can famish it in
atity at the right price. Ida
our Eastern Friends—Use Plan
Flour. You'll like it. Every
guaranteed. Barr k Chainey.
"ss Edna Monroe and Mrs.
ks, who have been visiting Miss
ret Main, left for their home
rtland, Ore., today.
erculee and XXX Hard wheat
lead them all. Barr k Chainey.
timothy and alfalfa hay,
Mill Feed by sack or ton.
iss Maude Corbin left today for
man, where she has accepted a
ion as teacher in the high school
e sell fresh milk and cream.
d'Alene Tea oompany.
's "Plansifter" Flour that leads
all. Barr k Chainey.
oyd Hamilton, of the Coeur d'
Bank k Trust oompany, was a
ess visitor in Spokane today.
wood, 16 Inch and 4 foot, for
Barr k Chainey.
e beet coffee from Mocha k Java,
ial blend. Barr k Chainey.
% E. J. Jamison and daughter
, who were visiting Mrs. Totten,
yesterday for their home in Spo
cme cement plaster by the sack
n at the Idaho Merantile com
iss Jennie King, of Hayden lake,
nfined to her home with illness,
eet Home Flour, $1 sack, $3.85
1; Bluestem Patent Flour,
per sack, $4.50 per barrel;
Best Eastern Hard Wheat
,$1.55 per sack, $6 per barrel.
sack guaranteed at the Idaho
H. H. Hubbard and wife re
from thier camping trip on
it. Joe river yesterday, and re
a very pleasant time,
you desire to experience a good
jty jolly remember Mr. Jolly of
"t on "Jolly Side of Life" on the
ing of Sept. 6th. at the Fratema
isses Fannie Lawson and Hazel
i gave a party last evening at the
of the last named, on Lakeside
t, in honor of H. P. Glindeman.
mber of young people were in
and the evening was pleasntly
d in playing cards and enjoying
and instrumental music. Del
refreshments were served.
you dearly love to be jollied
*t fail to hear Mr. Jolly of Joliet
"Jolly Side of Life" under the
ices of Kootenia Lodge No. 7,
hts of Pythias, at Fraternal hall,
regg's coffee at from 20 to 40
is having a big run at Winn k
's. This great brand of coffee
own and appreciated by every
"wife in the oity.
. H. Potts and J. M. Flynn, law
, moved from thier respective
es today, to joint quarters in the
'er block. The new suite, whioh
ists of three rooms, are well ap
ted and located at the head of
stairway, on the left hand side of
hall. Both lawyers are practi
y new arrivals in the city, but
interests are centered here, and
are among our leading citizens.
e Hotel Idaho Cafe will sell
tiokets good for $5.50 for $5.
service and cuisine equal the best
e funeral of Mrs. Etta Johnson,
died yesterday, was held this
ing at ten o'cloek, Rev. O. M.
. of the Norwegian Luthern
of Spokane, officiating,
ohnson was a member of Rev.
's church at one time and
friends in Spokane, as well as
city. She was about thirty
of age, and leaves an eight
d daughter to mourn her loss,
band is not a resident of the
firm of Winn k Brown are the
nta for the famous Gold Med
innesota Wheat flour. Every
Heyburn and wife left to
r Boise, Idaho, wbe:e they will
some time visiting. Senator
is called to the capitol to
to matters of importance. He
today that his health was con
bly improved and that he had
his visit to this oity a pleasant
Cieur d'Alene Furniture 00 m
s in stock a line organ made
Estsy Organ company of
Vv, which has only been
» short time. Right la right
Price is right. Chll and see
School books, Lakeside Pharmacy.
Harry Eunz, of the First Nation
al bank, Is enjoying a ten days' va
A $2500 stock of stationery and
school supplies just received at Lake
Rock Maple Flooring is a special
ty of the R. S. Valentine Lumber
company of Spokane, Wash., Foot
of Adams street.
Rev. Holden, of Spokane is a visi
tor in the city and will remain over
Sunday. He officiated at the funeral
of John Carlson yesterday.
Persons desiring to take the busi
ness course in the high school are re
quested to communicate with Supei
intendend Barton at onoe. As the
school board will not pay the ex
penses of this department, a tuition
of $5 per month will be charged each
Jolly gave his "Jolly Side of Life"
in our town and we would advise all to
hear him when they have a chance.
Take all the babies and Molly. Buy
tiokets and go and hear Jolly. You'll
never regret it, and don't you forget it.
He is worth the admission by golly.
—Signal, Greensburg, K«n
The Norquist Department store,
under the management of C. W. Nor
quist, will be opened for business
Saturday morning, but the regular
opening will not occur until about
the middle of September, when Mr.
Norquist has promised a treat for all,
and one of the finest openings ever
held in this city. The stock is
about all in, and is being arranged,
and in spite of the disorder, the store
presents a very neat appearance,
which will undoubtedly be improved
when the final opening takes place.
For two hours, the Franklin Pierce
Jolly held the audience spell bound
and left each one wishing he had con
tinued longer. If you want a liter
ary treat, if you want to see the many
sides of life—the real, the serious,
the hum Arons, if you want to gain
moral and mental strength at the
same time being highly entertained,
do not fail to hear Mr. Jolly on the
'Jolly Side of Life."—Rev. 8. E.
Wilson, Portales, N. M.
Party at Beauty Bay.
The Young People's Society of the
Swedish Luthern church gave a moon
light party last evening and enjoyed
a trip to Beauty Bay. About eight
o'clock the party assembled at the
corner of Third and Sherman and
proceeded to the Johnson dock where
they embarked for Beauty bay on the
Steamer Dolphin. The trip was a
pleasant one, singing being a feature.
On arriving at Beauty Bay the party
built huge bonfires over which coffee
was made and a rare treat enjoyed.
The evening was spent in playing
games and singing, and when the
moon sank behind the bills the party
returned to the city, and voted the
outing a success.
A Fine Home.
Two and one half acres 1 mile
north of town, all in cutivation.
Fruit and shrubbery, 5 room cot
tage, good barn, city water in the
house, fine lawn. Fine location,
good soil. Price $1800. W. J. Seat,
corner of Second and Sherman
Want Local Option.
Boise, Idaho. 30.—The Methodist
conference for the Idaho district, em
bracing southern Idaho and eastern
Oregon, has completed its labors at
Idaho Falls. It was agreed t w the
fullest support should be given the
work of the anti-saloon league, and
there was a unanimity of sentiment
that no candidates for the legislature
should be supported who would not
pledge themselves to vote for a local
option law. That subject has been
attracting much attention lately, it
was before the legislature at the last
session, and is to be brought up
again next winter. The agreement
NICHOLS & GERTEN
General Contractors & Builders
I F you are going to build, we would be glad to figure
with you; and if you desire anything in Concrete,
Sidewalks, Building Blocks, Ornamental Work in
Cement, we invite your patronage
Phone 178 K
Postoffice Box 387
Don't Suffer From the Heat
M 0h, Joy! I 4 ll never do it the 'old way'
again. I bought a new Electric Flat
Iron; it s the perfectest rig ever seen."
— [ Testimonial J
Ask Hk man at the Coosumas Company's '
office- He will teB yon how to save
Sor$n$a$ of Tompor. Loss of Moaoy, Hoat
,, ,, Troubja and Inconvonlonco
Doc tan prescribe
s h ouse w il e, the Electrical fiat iroa— Have a look
Everything for Men and Boys to Wear
If you are going to buy your boy an outfit for school, this is the spot
We have just received another large shipment of Boys' School Suits,
all colors and styles, sizes from 4 to 15, and warranted not to rip.
Prices ranging from 92.00 lip
Don't forget that we carry the famous steel bottom school shoes for
boys—the only shoe that will not wear out. Money back if not
■Specials lor Saturday
Men's extra heavy Canvas Gloves, pair.................... 0 c
Men's heavy black sateen shirts, fast color and warranted not to
rip ................ BOc
Men's sanitary wool-fleeced underwear, regular 75c value,
tomorrow only...... 50 c
Men's light weight natural wool, all sizes, regular value gi.oo,
tomorrow only......7 Sc
DON'T F0R0ET THE SPOT.....
THE RED FRONT
STRICTLY ONE PRICE
reached by the conference indicates
the iasue will be an active one in the
campagin for members of the legisla
This company will not approve any
labor statements not presented by
payee preeonally at our office in
Coeur d'Alene. All parties are
warned not to accept these statements
unless as approved, as they are not
transferable and are subject to any
deductions held against the employes
of this company.
B. R. LEWIS LBR. CO.
The following program will be giv
en at the Eilers Piano House, Coeur
d'Alene street this evening at 7:30.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend. There was a large and appre
ciative audience present last evening.
Piano—Attack of the Uhlans (4
Marie Scammell and Mr. Scammell
Piano—March Nuptial Scammell
Song "I remember meeting lou
Piano—Postillion D'Amour (4 bands)
Miss Scammell and Mrs. Scammell
I Piano—Bunch of Violets
| Song—The Proposal Lohr
Piano Overture—If I were King
Lutheran College Band.
a The Luthern College Concert band
and chorus gave a concert to a packed
house here last Saturday evening
which excelled anything ever given
here by any musical organization
The rendition of the selections
played show much care and reflect
great credit on the conductor, Mr.
Carlo Sperati. In fact it could not
well be otherwise when such spirited
leader beads the organization.
Mias Leo sang the "Holy City"
accompanied by the band in a way
that will keep this beautiful old song
in our memories for a long time to
On Sunday the band played in the
Synod church and Mias Leo sang
several sacred airs.—Sacred Heart
Journal, July 19th.
This band and concert club will
give an entertainment at the Audi
torium Sunday evening. They will
also assist in the services at the
Swedish Lutheran church on Sandsy
The Lakeside Pharmacy are leaders
in stationery, office and school sup
plies. See window display.
Is our motto in selling our
Builders' Supplies and Hard
Corbin and Sargent
Sportsmen would do well to
see our stock of guns and
Sherman street Coeur d'Alene
More News of the Opening of the
Norquist Department Store
"The Savings Spot"
T HE "Savings Spot" has certainly
been a busy spot here lately-full
of tremendous preparations when
we will be ready for business to
Saturday, September I
We realize the vital importance of
"first impressions" and if the first im
pression of the people of Coeur d'
Alene regarding us are not favorable,
we shan't know where to lay the
blame, for we are leaving nothing un
done to show you what a valuable ac
quisition we are going to be to the
Out of the chaos of bulky boxes
and packing cases which are pouring
into The "Saving Spot" will emerge
a store perfectly systematized, con
veniently arranged, and affording
every facility for careful shopping.
We want the ladies to get the ha
bit of dropping into our store just
any old time, whether they want to
buy or not. It is opened for their
convenience and they must feel at
home there. We'll see to that.
Come ami be convinced that you
are destined to be vastly benefitted
the opening of the '^SAVINGS
Norquist Department Store
; / ' NEW ROGERS BLOCK
is a long way off, but we in*
tend to start the fireworks at
once, and [to be strictly "in
it," you will have to tee
our fine line of
that we bought for this season of the year, and make selections from
it. If it's ties, shirts, collar*, cuffs or handkerchiefs, we
can supply them. UD-to-date and no dearer than
other times. See them.
A. CARLSON & SON
School Supplies Given Away
Starting Monday and continuing for the balance
of the week, WE WILL GIVE AWAY a pen.
cil with each 6c purchase made by school children
Tablets, Rulers, Pens, Crayons, Compo
sition Books, Slates
Everything Needed in School Work
at RICE & BERRY'S
COEUR D'ALENE, IDAHO
'CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS."
by having your laundry work done by the
COEUR D'ALENE LAUNDRY
CHA8. KIEL, tbuiivr
Ukmkte. between tteeoiid a Third