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CCEUR D'ALENE PRESS
EVENING EDITION PUBLISHED BY THE PRESS PUBLISHING COMPANY uobur d'Aijwb. Idaho SUBSCRIPTION « Joe year. In ad t ance.................... M 00 t*x vnonlin, In Advance................ 2 25 ■▼earner, weekly........ ....... JUkH. T. SCOTT. - Editor and Publlsfier THE SPECIAL EDITION. This issue of the daily evening SPteaa consists of 32 pages of news, •advertising and special matter of in terest and value to, not. only real • tents of the city, oat the general tpabl ic. |& While no attempt has been made to issue an elaborate edltluo, we believe it will meet with the appioval of the oeople as a stroke of enterprise of •■rest value in oalling attention to our (rowing and prosperous oity, showing in a favorable light Its advantages amd attraottons as a desirable plaoe -of businaaa and reaidenoe. 5 As a olty of attractlva homes, 'where the climate Is neither too warm nor too oold, we offer inducements unsurpassed and with this Issue It Itas been the elm of the Press to show these things up In a truthful, favor able light, that the stranger,—the •eastern friend,—Into whose hands wsopy may fall can see jnat what we • offer. It Is an edition which will do icnuoh good for the olty If properly -distributed by leeldenta among their eastern friends. Extra ooplee will • be on sale at the office. This edition la as much a credit to 'Coeur d'Alene and Its enterprising ebusiness men as It is to the offloe of WbHoatlon and everyone should ■sa i l s an effort to give It wide circu lation HOSTAGE IS TWO CENTS. Fentons mailing copies of this edi - Cion <of tbs Press must plaos two cants in postage on the wrapper of •aoh. One oent will not bo suffic ient, and persona mailing the paper should not overlook this or the paper waill be held In the office for add! ad postage. Place a two oent stamp •cam each paper. BEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS following Is a llat of real estate transfers for Kootenai county as fur nished by the Panhandle Abstract •company. A. W. Lee to Mlaa H. Grote, lot G. block 11, O'Brien's 2nd additiou to Cosur d'Alsue, 9000. Robt. Stewart to Mluuls Swift, lot 4, blook 4, Ferrell, 9300. a'B. R. Lewis Lumber oompauy to ' 43 - L Fltsslmmone, n hf of ae qr, sw qr ofwqruf section 6, township 49 asorth, range 4 west, 91. Joseph H. Brown to A. P. Bailey, lot 2, of section 2, townshln 48 north, range 1 west, 97. 9oeeph Nevottl to Edward V. Goody, lot G, blook 4, Sim's addition to Conor d'Alene, |1. 'Joseph Nsvottl to Edward V. Goody. part of sw qr of section 12, township 00 north, raugs 4 west, and vr hf of blook 44 and block 38 1-2, Sherman addition and lots 7, 8 and block 8, Sim's addition to Coaur •d'Alene, lot 1 of section 10, township -40, north range 0 weet, 91. Goat Peters to Idabo Washington -A Northern railroad, right of way •across ne qr of aaottnn 10, township dll north, range 0 west, 9138. John W. Post to Kootenai oounty, ■right of way aorosa uw qr of section 20, township 25 north, range 4 west, $1. Robt. W. Morris to Idaho A Wash tagiou Nortberu railroad, right of wray aoroaa as qr of eeottou 28, towu ■ahip 01 north, range 5 west. CITY IN BRIEF Csb Phone 103. For plumbing, see Desell. "We have a hobby! Hate you? Harry Stiuer haa drawu plans for a dumber of bouses to be erected. Re •OBUtly he made a trip to 8 token* ▼with Mr. Partington for tbe purpose •of obUlnlug Mews in Old Euslish nr «hlts«turr. Ou Aug. 30, the Coeur d'Alene •German Rifle club will atteud and taka part iu tbe parade of tbe Spok au« Saeugerfest. All members of the «lub are requested to attend. A oordlal invitation Is extended to ell the clttseua of Coeur d'Alene. We bare a hobby 1 Have you? Tbe lake bas only talleu eight iu «hea during August. Usually it falls 24 inches during the mouth' To make good bread use CereUua •the hard wheat flour ■Coincauv E. B. Keller A Rev. J. Jeepcrsou, president of ------- ,-------- — Lutheran college, returned lrolB pokane where be haa been on bust We have a hofcby! Have you? While excavating for tbe sewer ayatem a few days ago, two skeleton* were dog up, howaver, they were so badly decayed that they could not be handled. » P. W. Johnson, the boat builder, was a business visitor at Spokane yesterday. He is looking after the machinery for the dredge be is building. We have a bobby! Have yon? Now is the time for pictures. All your good times renewed. Kodak* from II up. Film and plate oam eras of all kinds at the City Drug company. Rev. Oscar Liden, of the Swedish oburob, is at Rathrirum and Sandpolnt in the interest of the Swedish college. Reports from Portland and Astoria, Oregon, Indicate a good attendance from both places will be present at the fall opening of the college. We'bave a bobby! Have you? Have your Kodak finishing don., at ■ Burns A Raymonds, 209 1-2 Sber-1 msn street. Cesser Maalul sold to Walter Burns lota 1 and 2, block 10, Forest Heights addition, for 9600. We have a hobby! Have you? Photographs with the new light, new finish, latest mounts at Burns A Raymond. Miss Grace Davison, of Spokane, is visiting Miss Vera Nevers and will remain about two weeks. She came yesterday. We have a hobby 1 Wbat Is yonrs? Early Crawford peaches, 91 per box, Winn-Barr-Chainey company. W. A. Thomas and family are ■pending a vacation this week. They ■pend the days in various places. Yesterday was enjoyed at Hayden lake. Another day will be put in at Spokane. Monday was devotad to the pleasures around Fernsn lake. We have a bobby! Wbat is yours? Photograph gallery, furnished, and one offloe room to rent. Apply to 303, Cosur d'Aleno street. E. M. Krleg, Is a prominent con tractor and builder of Coeur d'Alene, with office rooms at 318 Fourth street, his factory being in the rear of the same building. At this place he manufactures all bis own finishing. He bas recently completed tbe Harding, tbs two Mouogban and the Graham blocks. He bas constructed many small structures and residences, I receutly receiving the contract for tbe I. M. Busby bungalow near Garden | and Government way. He is an up to date aicbitect. | Fancy canning peaches, 90 ceuts I per box. Idaho Mercantile company. Barton runs a book store, not a j diug store. If you wsut books go to Barton's Book stnre; It you want ■ drugs go to a drug store. See the j point? The contract for the erection of the new dining hall for the Coeur d' Alene college bas been given to Louis Sampson who will beglu work tomorrow. Other boildluge will fol low In rapid succession. Early Crawford peaohes, 91 per box, Winn-Barr-Cbalney oompacy. Barton will sail all books at a dis count tbe uext lew daye so as to make room tor school supplies. The Coeur d'Alene Lumber com pany is constructing ■ large log storage at tbeir plaoe iu Echo bay. J. C. Hunt, who baa oherge of piecing the rook buoys, to bold it iu plaoe iu stormy weather, goes eud comes to j tbe oity daily on the lennoh Clipper, j it will be tome time before tbe work is completed. Now is tbe time to cau peaches. We have tbe fluent yellow peaohes ou the market at 90 cent* a box. In land Gtocery. Ueutall A Heury, who will ocoupy the Rogers blook are arrauglug many up to date and costly fixtures. They have finished Installing some valua ble ebow windows, coatiug aeveiat hundred dollar*. Ridge Mining oompauy, Sauder block. Fancy oeuulng peaches, 85 oeuta per box. Idaho Mercantile company. Wanted. —Women cook. Gold n 14, Fred Bothwall, of tbe Cold Stor age Meat market, is on the sick list. Early Crawford peaohes, 91 pel box, WiuuBarr-Cbaiuay company. Tbe Red Frout Clotblug store is moving iuto tbe large and more com modious loom recently vacated by tbe Colquohouu Hardware com|«uy. Tbe room has been greatly reno vated aud altered for tbe Red Front's increasing bust usee. The stook will lie enlarged aud kept up to date. M. C. Petersen, tbe jewler. will oo 0U P7 Front building, a* soou as It le gotten in shape Early Crawford peaches, 91 per box. W inu-Barr Ch.lney company. 11 B. Treff is building, at bis snsb ""■* — '—'— "" "—— 1 -*—* and door factory on Second street. tbe bauk fixtures of tbe St. Jo* bank soou too be opeued at tbe head of navigation. Tha fixtures will be cou structed of Oregon fir and will be ae beautifully tin I tubed as those reeeut ly built by Mr Treff for the new Porter drug stole. THE COEUR D'ALENE MILITARY BAND There are 20 pieces in tbe Coeur d'Alene : Military band. It was or ganlzed March 12, 1907; with In members and first played after the city election, April 2. It regularly ------ - ---------- r- . --- 1 — The best school shoes for boys and girls. Norquist. j j Connolly, of Harrison, is in the city at the Coeur d'Alene Inn. 0ar peaehes are the best, only 85 ceuU „ box _ i n i an d Grocery, Bert Hngbes, of Tobin A Hughs, begine to work today tor J. W. Dez ell, the plumber. Fancy oanuiog peaches, 85 cents pei box. Idaho Mercantile company. Hazel Treff, who baa been very sick for several daye with appendici tis, is reported much improved. Miss Baldwin Evans, of Spokane, la tbe guest of Eula, tbe daughter of Rev. J. P. Barker, at tbe coiner of Seventy and Wallace street#. Guy A. MoDugal, of Minneapolis, and Jessie T. Wood, of Seattle, Wash., were married yesterday by Judge A. V. Chamberlin. Rev. William Hoskins and wife, of j Chelan, Wash., are visiting in tbe j city at the home of J. W. Malkson, renidiug at 415 Fostei street, Rev. G. C. Williams of the Spok ane Swedish Methodist church, will hold services in the Baptist church tomorrow eveniug at 7 :30 o'clock. George Mutch, the St. Maries mull contractor, is a Coeur d'Alene visitor today. U * z * tte ' U * Coel,r d'Alene visitor, Dr. U. A. Martin, who has been 00 " business trip to Ellensburg, re J. C. Arnold aud wife of Harrisou, are at the Hotel Normoyle today. Herman Rau, of the St. Maries t0 n've permanently „ blacksmith shop of Harrison, ness turned home this morning. J. J. Nichols, the fattier of Mrs. Normoyle. of the Hotel Normoyle. left yesterday for his home at Juliet ta. Latah couuty, where be will look after bis large fruit ranch He is 78 years old. T. F. Kirwln aud family of New berry, Midi., bare moved to the city He will open W. T. Hiree't, of Spirit lake, who ie connected with the Blackwell rat! road, we* in the city yesterday. A. A. Crane, a prominent attorney is in tbe city ou busi Hugh Todd, of Crltax, Wash., ie , U itlng , n the eity Mr Todd is couuty clerk of Whitman county, Washington. Company C is iu search of a dril ling hall. When bad weather seta in it will become e necessity. Miss Paulne. the sister of Mrs. Frank Stevens, leaves next week for her eastern heme. meets in the McFarland block, each member owniDg his own suit and in strument. Prof. James Austin is in charge and is a graduate in music. lie has 1500 selections of music. ----- JOE WIGGLES. OWNED BY H. T. DILLON Coeur d'Alene with good horses. generally believed that western com munities have only the cayuse grade. This is rertaiulv not true of our towu and locality. Some of the finest driving horses to he found any plaoe may be seeu here. The excellent s well supplied Iu the east it i. Notice. The busiuess and accounts of the stoie will be settled and paid at the office of M. D. Wright street. Notice. 1 have for sale 9 lots, located im mediately uorth aud adjoining the Swedish Lutherau addition. They are each 49 by 135 feet, all nioe lev, el lots. They must sell this week price each 9150. Small pavmeut dowu, balauce to suit yourself. They are, everyone of them bargains L. J. COLUMBUS. Classified Advertisements WANTED — itir* '>' ,1a general housework - mu'.i lauuly. Box iss,eity. . 103 Second j W ANTED-—Woman nek ng Co. Room U. Sander b i bold Ridge Mm FOB SALE.—A smith-Premier So writer cheap. Impure li H Barton M AND . 2 type • split and one we-si. Iu The following is an average pro gram rendered: March, The E®cort..... ..Miller Overture, The Italian in Algiers ....................Rossini those who desire to drive' Draft hcrses are also fouud iu abundance. The lumber compares and loggers require the largest horses. The purchasers often go to the Palouse and other adjacent terri roads aud surrounding country afford the best opportunity possible for receive reward, LOST - -a pane anti some valuable parent Ktitl totmt Is In rush. Return to Pres- ottice a-,,1 Engine tor Sale—Th ree In.rse pc 8 nt> * low pnee. . all at the Pi PLAldtttUe.—FimnsKeil r,>.,!n-rior -a!e~u,i ntliiorsallowed, hotel laws aud other curds sold at the Press office boost par iu* boarding ami rooming house d 'a Sene'street*'*' ehe " p ' s ' vhI location, 210 Coeur FOURTH STREET FAIR A fine line of school haudkerchiefs.............5c tO 50* 1A e have a few bargains in chiua Are elosiug out our sun hats at ................20* FOURTH STREET FaS| Waltzes, J|Fur-get-me-not. . . Bri La Paloma, Spanish Serenade. Yarc Selection, The Prince ofPilsen.Lo March, The White House . . .Tayl tory to secure teams uulil d ' Alene affords tbe ^ pcsstW ,l this respect. A team will o'teo | the sacles at 3800 pounds. Id. D. Dillou and horse, of I d'Alene, are shewn iu the cut on* page. SALE-Large range cheap. 117 N. WANTED—I>,i\Vove lo Press, call alter Pp* in. years o tl to WaNTKD—M essenger bov. app. Rocky Mountain bell Phone. of!i<'. W ANTED—Work by young roan age office or store or otherwise, good i euW* 7 , Press office.