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Lake City Hardware Co., Ltd.
Offer You Especially Good Bargains in HARDWARE Before Moving Mail Orders Solicited Both Phones 87 AND STEAMBOAT TIME CARDS A. M. following table shows the time of arrival departure of tralna and steamboata: Northern Pacific Ballway. - Local Passenger I^aje. 10:00 A. M. P. M. 4:00 P. M. White Star Navigation Co. __ Steamer Flyer. Arrive. g K 4:00 P. M. Steamer Boneta.^ ^ 1.30 P. M. Thur. 1:30 P. M. Sat. a. ff: i * 100 _____ t Wed A. M. Frl. Steamer Lvondale. Bed Collar Line. Bteenier Idaho. Steamer* Spokane & Colfax Arrive 4:00 P. M. 1:30 P. M. -nr d'Alene A Spokane Railway. Arrive Depart A.M. 825 P.M. 625 A.M. 3:15 P.M. AM. 4:18 P.M. 8:05 A.M. 4:10 P.M. A.M. 5:30 P.M. 8:56 A.M. 5817 P.M. A.M. 620 P.M. 10:10 A.M. 6:05 P.M. A.M. 7:80 P.M. UKM A.M. 7:05 P.M. P.M. 620 P.M. 1:15 P.M. 9:00 P.M. P M 8 * t '*" Uy and Sunday only ^ ^ pjj Hayden Lake Branch. Leave Arrive A.M. 820 P.M. 8:00 A.M. 5:01P.M. 4:83 P.M. 10:06 A.M. 7:00 P.M. AM. 5:35 P.M. 110 P.M. 8:20 P.M. A.M. 7:30 P.M. 3:10 P.M. CITY IN BRIEF :_b Phone 153. or plumbing, see Dezell. :ra. H. A. Barton, Miss Edith ton and her mother, were St. Joe visitors yesterday, ow la the time for piotnres. All good times renewed. Kodaks tl up. Film and plate oam of ill kinds at the City Drug roll call, see page 3. r. ahd Mrs. Herman Kennell and ily, formerly connected with tbe bank Cigar store, leave for Portland, near wbioh t they antlelpate locating. property in Meyerdale 15 $6 per month. See Union Trust 7ny's ad. Warren Jones of the Blair Bns - college was in the olty Satur He reports many new pupils tbe Ooeur d'Alenes and a num onr olty who anticipate at Ms institution this year. roll call, see page 3. and Mrs. D. R- Ostrander, B. ader, Mr. and Mrs. O. S 11 and daughters, of Spokane viaiting C. E. Cadwell of the offloe yesterday, while enronte St. Joe river on a brief ont I; 't forget the dance at Black pavilion, Aug. 13, given by omen of Woodcraft. L- Gerrlsh Is oooupied today in ylng tbe strip of land recently by C. Masini and 1. M. from King and Monoghau, and along Government way. The will be cnt up into 16 choice pon one of wbioh liyng north of street, Mr. Bubsy will at ereot a fine large bungalow and into it with hie family. It modern in every respect. roll cell, see page 3. and Mrs. Appleton, parents O Burlingame, will return ' home within a few days, go by way of Seattle. They Hit Sonoma, where Mr. Apple an old timer ooming In 1849. your order for fruit and •a to Kidinger A Casey. Tf, free delivery. Bolen, of the Lewiston Trib family are camping on the roll cell, see page 3. Oedwell end J. T. Robinson, ?lo*v yesterday at the Metho Bh. a lot for $10 from the Anter oom pany. W. Norquist la busy today from the Roger block to his outers in the Monaghan block. a lot for $10 from tbe Ameri oompany. ' See ad. E. Seeley, who has bean at Washington, on mining returned home. Orville Norbreg, formerly at the j oorner of Fourth and Coeur d'Alene j atreets, but recently of L«wiaton, is , in the city. Mrs. Norberg in oamp- ] ing on the Fort grounds. The roll oall, see page 3. Photographs with the new light, new finish, latest mounts at Burns A Raymond. T. H. Whalen and C. A. Adams of Wallaoe, are Coeur d'Alene visit ors. Case, tbe tailor, has the largest stock of new stylish patterns for mens fall and winter suits. Call and see them. Attorney I. N. Smith of Lewiston is in the oity. The roll oall, see page' 3. Buy a lot for $10 from the Amer ican Trust oompany. See ad. Judge W. W. Wood is holding dis trict court in chambers today in the city. New fall goods now^ready at Case's, tbe tailor. R. H. Hobson of the firm of Parker A Hobson, was a Spokane visitor to day. The roll call, see page 3. Don't forget the dance at Black well's pavilion, Aug. 13, given by the Women of Woodcraft. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Goddard of St. Maries are in the oity. T. V. Case, the tailor, has just re ceived his fall and winter stock of suitings. Leave your order early and get first choice. Tbe roll oall, see page 3. T. J. Daggett, a resident of St. Maries sinoe the "mind of man run neth not to the contrary," is in the oity. He was a postmaster there in early times. Buy a lot for $10 trom the Ameri can Trust oompany. See ad. John Phillips and L. C. Haflns, of Kalispel, Mont., are in the oity looking np a location. Mr. Phillips has been an old standby at the Kalis pel court house for years. Have your Kodak finishing done at Burns A Raymonds, 209 1-2 Sher man street. Dr. O. E. Worthington,well known throughout the Coenr d'Alenes and Palouse country, is spending some time In the city. He now resides at Spokane. Can yon save 17 cents a day to buy a home; if so see Union Trusf com pany. L. A. Torsen, a prominent drug gist and politician of Moscow, is in the city. He has held important city positions in his home town. You can't do better than invest in Meyerdale, see ad. Robt. H. Elder's parents, from ly Kansas, arrived in the city Saturday J evening. While here on a visit, it is protable they may looate permanent ly in our midst. Don't forget, the dance at Black well's paviliou Aug. 13, given by the Women of Woodcraft. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Barton are en joying a visit from tbeir old Ken tucky friend, Miss Virginia Cass, who is a great grand daughter of Geu. Lewis Can. Gen. Case fought in the war of 1812, was minister to Frauoe, governor of MiohigaD terri tory, secretary of war, andjdemocratio nominee for president in 1848, when be was defeated in a close contest by General Taylor. Gen Cass and Mr. Barton's grandfather were oloae po litical and personal friends. To make good bread use Cere tana the hard wheat flour. E. B. Keller A Company Mrs. Margaret Carr, 83 years old, an aunt of Mr. F. F. Shadduck, is visiting with her naioe this wee*. It should be borne in miDd that all taxpayers are entitled to vote in the ooming oity election when the bond ing proposition will be submitted Taxpayers include not only those having real estate in their name but those paying taxes on personal prop arty. Be sore to register and vote for a oity hall. A large 10 pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McFarland yes terday. Mr. McFarland smiles and steps bigb. For sale.—Homemade bread, pies and cakes, 154, Indiana avenue. John (j. Ross, a prominent attor ney of Muskegon, Mich.,where he is president of the Commercial olub, has been visiting the LaFayette fami ly and has made up his mind to return this fall and locate here permanently. W. H. LaFayette has beoome a great Coeur d'Alene booster. This Is not the first individual he has inter ested in onr oity. If others would do as well the town might be 25,000 in the very near future. Let us boost for Coeur d'Alene. It might be well to add that Missouri and Minnesota will have to hnstle or Miohigan will become a close compet itor for honors in tbe line of boost Ing. The ball game yesterday was play ed between the Hayden Labe and the Inland Pride teams. Tbe saoie stood 26 to 5 in favor of "It's the Soil." Mrs. W. G. Schmeizel, and Mrs. H. M. Thompson, sister and mother, respectively of Mrs. J. L. MeClear, left for Spokane today. Her siatei will continue to her home at Boise. The Gorman Rifle olub held a shoot yesterday at Fenian lake. Fay Gold smith won the first prize, a set of silver knives. He struck 46 out of a possible 50. Goldsmith and H. Biaokus tied but on the shoot off Goldsmith won. Brackus received aeoond prize a set of silver spoons. L. N. Tracy won third prize, a fount ain pen. The Consumers Company lias se cured an adding machine to assist them in its business. The new drug store to be opened by A. H. Porter, la having installed many new fixtures today. Byron Carr, of Sauk Center, Min nesota, oousln of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Shadduck, spent Sunday with them. Mr. Shadduck showed him tbe oity and the llaydeu lake country with which be was very favorably im pressed. He stated that after travel ing for over two months in the west our oity looked much tbe best to him of any place. He will go east and close ont bis properly returning to Coeur d'Alene for a permanent home. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Following is a list of real estate transfers for Kootenai county as fur nished by the Panhandle Abstract oompauy. United States to Fred Kufman, s hf of ne qr, ne qr of ne qr and se qr of nw qr of section 3. township 53 north, range 5 west. W. A. Sullivan to Panhandle Lumber oompany, ee qr of ne qr of section 1, township 52 north, range 5 west, $1. Fred Kaufman to Panhandle Lum ber company, s bf of ne qr, ne qr of ne qr and se qr of nw qr of section 3, township 53 north, range 5 west, $ 1 . Henry Bragger to Alice L. Flint lots 18, 19, block 2, Shanks Boyd addition to Post Falls, 91. Andrew Thomas to J. H. Gaultuey, r qr of section 14, township 52 north, range 4 west, $1700. Fred W. Scott to Benj. F. Crow ther, lots 1, 2, 3, block 8, Emida, $ 1 . Columbia Investment company, to L. E. Tucker, lot 12, block 10, Browne Park addition to Rathdrum, $75. Colombia Investment oompany to L. E. Tucker, lot 11, block 10, Browne Park addition to Ratbdrnm, $75. lining Stock. Tbe facilities of tbe Press Publish ing oompany for printing the highest class of mining stocks, numbering and binding the nm«, are of the beet. We guarantee our mining stock printing equal to any turned out in Spokane. Come and give ns your order, tell us about your property and we will treat you right. <ffe SPORTING WORLD Cy Young's Sixteenth Season. This will be Cy Young's slxtcei *•» year as a pitcher, and he still is good. Young pitched hto first game with tlu> m ox nsnroN xouna. Cleveland nine iu 1891 and beat the Chicagos. That night Anson wanted to buy his release from Cleveland. Cy will remain In Boston with tbe Amer icana. Madden's Sens to Breed Horses. The youngest firm of trotting horse breeders In America are Edward and Joeeph Madden, sons of John E. Mad den, proprietor of Hamburg Place, Lex ington, Ky. The Madden boys, through purchases made by John Splnn of r. II. Parrish, Midway, have a stud consist ing of tlie noted Futurity winner filllko, • three-year-old brother of Blllko, and eleven heed of mares and fillies bought the other day. The latter belong to the Ley burn family, from which so many good win- i ners have come and to which n large numlier of the beat winners In Europe | belong. They include Rose Leyburu, Belle Leyburu. Elsie Leyburu, Wilto Ley burn. Lulu I Tyburn, Willet Ley -1 burn, Gertie Layburn, Minnie Leyburu . and May Bells. Soqie of them will lie trained and j raced the comltiR season, as will also | the stallions after u short season In ' the stud. The price paid was large. | since Vlr. Parrish held his stud at a pretty figure and would not dispose of any without all of the horses. Mad den has presented to his sons also the champion saddle stallion Chance, which will be added to the stud and bred to saddlu bred mares. Trotting In Detroit. Announcement Is made of the prac tical certainty rf a grand circuit meet Ing for Detroit In July. The meet will be conducted, rs In past years, by Dan iel J. Carman, and the details will be managed by Alfred U. Moone of Prov Idencq, Who arrived In Detroit re cently, "The Grosae Point track has been leased for a blue ribbon meeting to open the grand circuit," said Mr Moone "In all probability $10,00*1 will be set aside far an M. and M., with $5,000 for a O. ef C. These stakes prob bly wtQ be open to 2:24 trotters and pacers, respectively, and will be raced on the three heat plan, although this has not yet been decided. From tbe in terwt which seems to be general all over the United States, Detroit's re turn to the light harness game will Is welcomed by all the horsemen, and tbe large lift of premising green material makes tt appear certain that the big •takes will be veil filled." Classified Advertisements PLACARDS -Furnished room*, for sub-, no minor* allowed, bote] law* and other card* v,irt at the Pro** oIBce. FOR SALE at a bargain, h«u*e boat of 3 room*, nicely furnished Complete In rrery de tail. Coenr d'Alene Boat House. FOR SALE— Hunting dog, fail blooded Clad *tone setter. Inquire D. Free* WANTED—A rood girl for h cooking. Inquire T, Pres* office for house work and KOOKS TO RENT.—Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 413 Lakeside avenue. FOR SALK OK BEST—Seven room house, lot 73x15(1, fenced, l»«u, nice b»m. also farm laud. 1. K. Mortal Coeur d'Alene Undertaking Parlors. WANTED—Bright young man about 18 to learn laundry business. Coeur d'Alene laundry. TWO Furnished rooms. 815 lakeside street. DOST An umbrella at Woodlawu 'Ball Park Monday Engraved W. Renahaw. Return to B. B. Krnslmw, Kennell Cigar Store. Reward 1 WANI YOU 10 SEE OUR GUT GLASS DISPLAY We can trust you to detect its beauties without any explanation from us. At the first glance you will lie ready to concede that this is not in any sense an ordinary collec tion. In fact w« say without the least hesitation that you never saw a su|icrior showing in this town in your life. This is the story of how we came to have it: First, we selected a maker—Hawks—whose very name was famous. Then we saw all that he had to ofler and we have now on display the pick of his latest out put. The designs are extremely beauti ful and we stand behind it all with our guarantee. M. C. Petersen LEADING JEWELER 312 Sherman Street METR 0 P 0 LE MARKET U. S Inspected Meats WIQQETT BLOCK Phones: ""L121 Lafayette Transfer & Storage Company Pianos and furniture boxed, moved and stored. Everything handled with care. 319 Sherman Street Office 20* raONKHi Residence 149L J. W. CARR, Contractinq Plasterer I'lain and ornamental work. Dealer in Acme Cement and Hard Wall Plaster. Professional Directory aa«L sAKiutas iohw m. elt** SANDERS & FLYNN Attorneys at Lav Wiggett Block Coeur d'Alene. Idaho U L. HLA' K N. D. WKRNBTTK BUCK & WERNETTE Attorney* at Law SUITE •*ys#7, COKLR D'ALENE BANK TUL8T BLDG., COEUR D'ALENE, IDAHO Q. H. rOTTS Attorney-at-Law Prosecuting Attorney of Kootenai Co. Rooms 14 and 16 Sander Block Coeur d'Alene, Idaho L, GERRISH Licensed Land Suryeyor and Engineer Dollar Block Coeur d'Alene, Idaho r\*j. CARRIE SrKflQUC lfanicurii an i. Scalp, Facial Manage id Shampooing' anile 6 Hander llloeh Flume MO X J. J. QRCCN fr JOh Contractor and Builder. Phono 60 y Coenr d'Alene, Ida r. n- hill Civil, Mining and Mechanical Engineering Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Junes ROCHE Real Estate and Insurance Room Id Sender Block Books o|iened, closed and exprrted. Books bulunced and put tii order for small dealers. . p. SMITH Contractor and Builder Estimates furnished on all work Phone 102 X Butcher * maple Building Contractors Coeur d'Alene, P. O. Box 657 Idaho Br. j . h. mceueh DENTIST Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Office: First Nat. Bank Block J. W* ZEIQLER. Contracting Plasterer 18tb ami Coeur d'Alene KL Estimate* furtiMtieu Nee me for ft ■ si class work Dr . JflHE 5H4HK OSTEOPATHIC: PHYSICIAN Idaho Hotel Phone 94 Thos. PERROTT M Contractor A Builder A Building 8upt _ Ml Garden St B». TILLIE WOOD MID-WIFB Tears of experience and diploma North of OmrU»rv A. t A. BLIXT Justice of Peace Oe*«u Steamship Tickets, rtsh aim! Utia« f Irriiwi, Wiggett Block CncerdTAMae