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AND STEAMBOAT TIME CARDS
lie following table show* the time of arrival
i.d departure of trains and steamboats:
Northern Pacific Kailway.
Local Passenger leave.
1U.DU A. M.
4:00 P. M.
45 A. M.
:I5 P. M.
White Star Navigation Co.
leave. Steamer Flyer. Arrive.
:45 A. M. _
1 eavo Steamer Boueta.
:*i A. M. Mon.
A. M. Wed.
:30 A. M. Frl.
4:00 P. M.
1:30 P. M. Tue.
1.30 P M. rhur.
1:30 P. M. Sal
Knl Collar Lino.
l^ave. Steamer Idaho. Arrive
1:110 A. M. . 4:00 P. k
steamers Spokane A Colfax
Jl A. M. 1 00 P. H
t'oeur d'Alene A Spokane Railway.
,A.M. 2:35 P.M.
1A.M. 4:18 P.M.
I A.M 5:30 P.M.
1A.M. 6^0 P.M.
1 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
i P.M. 8:20 P.M.
0:25 A.M. 3:15 P.M
8315 A.M. 4:10 P.M
8:55 A.M. 5317 P.M
10:10 A.M. 0:05 P.M
113)3 A.M. 7:06 P.M
1;15 P.M. 0:00 P.M,
Saturday and Sunday only
l P M. 11:15 P.M
Hayden Lake llraneb.
1A.M. 2:30 P.M. 8310 A.M. 5:01 P.M,
4:23 P.M. 10:00 A.M. 7:UUP.M,
j A M. 5;:i5P.M. 110 P.M. 8:20 P.M
, A.M. 7:30 P.M. 3:10 P.M.
CITY IN BRIEF.
Cab Phone 153.
Ror plumbing, see Dezell.
Watch Bjork'a window.
Wanted.—To meet respectably
man, object matrimony. 1 am
her of three children, youngest
t 21 and desire companionship of
od woman. I own property in tbe
y and am able to protide. Am
-preate and reliable. Gall on
is A. Manchester, opposite the Post
"oe, up stairs.
Woods Lumber company phone 575
(i for lumber of all kinds. Bed
Watch Bjork's window.
'he sewer on Second street is being
structed as rapdly as possbile. It
inne of tbe laterals leading to tbe
in sewer whioh runs below Sber
n treet. It will be sunk 15 feet
the surface. Considerable
'culty is being encountered at
lous points, especially on the Fort
uuds, due to the caving.
'jork makes tbe prices.
The MoDurmon blacksmith and
p carriage building is nearing com
tion. It is located on Lakeside,
ckof the Hotel Idaho and will be
largest in the city, extending
■k over 100 feet with a front of 5u
t. The roofing has been oom
ted and the interior will be fln
d as rapidly as possible.
11 school books and stationer
lies sold at the Lakeside Phar
teps are being taken by the Com
cial club looking toward the ae
ng of quarters in the old MoFar
1 block. An arohiteol will
ssitgate the matter and
ise the board of directors as soon
e oiisiuate,others imitate, Bjork.
hinese lanterns in the most fan
ic oriental designs at the Coenr
ene Tea company.
ttorueys R. T, Morgan and F. W.
1 returned on the steamer Idaho
night, from Wallace, where they
ed the case of Robert Mann ver
ibe city of Coeur d'Alene in
h Mann wants the city enjoined
collecting tbe cost of grading
ont of his property and have
nine not assessed against him.
judge took it under avdisement,
■d Attorney Morgan this morning.
atch Bjork's window.
tree hundred loads of good soil
le. Must be sold and delivered
in one week LaFayette Trane
e green ticket suit sale at
large barge of household goods
Tent over the Red Collar liie to
or St. Joe and St. Maries.
e green ticket suit sale at
kuow who you are. Return
umber that was taken from Mrs.
e's or pay far it and we will not
you. Settle at room 5, Coeur
me Bank and Trust buildlDg.
T. Dillon who formerly ran tbe
r A Co. wagon, bas re
ins position and left for tbe
oe river country thin mort ing.
ill be gone several days.
green ticket salt se.e at
S. Martin and friends, of tbe!
Lewis Lumber company, left !
for np lake points where they
peud some time bunting ducks. j
goods, SI.50 values. Satur
ly $1.19. See display window.
Wade, of St. Mariea, ia at the
P. W. Johnson expeots hi* pomp
today for tbe dredge. Two large
''■pads" have been secured and will
be added at once.
To make room for new atook, we
will sell wall paper from 15 to 50
per cent off for the next few daya.
Fourth Street Fair.
Patrick Motiovera, obisf of police,
who left for Wallaoe the first of tbe
week, returned last night, lie has
been looking after tbe Shoshone Min
The greeD ticket suit sale at
Mr. and Mm. Robert F. Herring
and daughtr, of Chicago, are visiting
Mrs. Herring's brothets, Hsrry and
William Jones. They left for Hay
den lake today. Tomorrow they will
leave for San Francisco and other
California points before returning
borne. They are delighted with Coeur
d'Alene and were especially pleased
to see tbe "baby brother," Harry,
who long sinoe became a man.
Tbe Chewelah Copper Mining A
Smelting company has put aside
$10,000 to be used in developing
tbe Alberta property. This mine is
being poshed with vigor. The
money will be expended ohief
ly on tbe Alberta group. A. H. And
erson, D. W. Dorchester. Henry Heyn
and David Bedell are among the
Coeur d'Alene citizens interested in
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smith, of
Gutbrle Center, Iowa, will arrive to
morrow to visit tbeir daughter Mrs.
George S. Comer. They will remain
Watch Bjork's window.
E. A. Allen, formerly of the City
Drug store, Coeur d'Alene, passed
through the city this morning enroute
to Wardner whioh he will make his
V. H. Brown, a prominent Spokane
musioian, is in tbe oity today at the
F. M. Bedell, a brother of David
Bedell, and a stockholder of the Spo
kane Plaoer Mining oompany, located
at Trout lake on the Lardo river in
Brititah Columbia, is in the oity visit
ing the latter.
Look for Norquist's half page ad
tomorrow. It will pay you.
J. E. Piokerell, formerly an in
surance man of Coenr d'Alene is in
the oity today.
John Boothe returned last evening
from Hayden lake where he has been
invetigating the Big Prong Mining
property. He states the ledge im
proves as the workmen desoend.
The progressive firm of Winn-Barr
Ciiainey company have started a
branch store at Harrison and are do
ing a thriving business there. Mr.
Winn went 10 Harrison to help start
tbe business yesterday but returned
on tbe evening's boat. Mrs. Winn
aid Miss Emma Nikolas have the
store in oharge. The trade is exoei
We lead, others try to follow,
Col. Jenkins and Postmster Mil
lard T. Hortson.of Spokane are Coeur
d'Alene visitors today. They came
on business, both being interested in
the White Star Navigation company.
Dr. W. O. Mauion, of Portland,
Oie., supreme medical director of tbe
United Artisians instituted an as
sembly here on the evening of Sept.
16. The following were elected its
ocfilers: F. C. Smith, M. A., W.
H. Gil lain, Supt-, H. B. Treff, insp.,
Stella M. Smith, M. C., Elizabeth
Biglow, Sr. C., Mary A. Treff, Jr.
C., Ada Petersen, P. M. A., Eliza
beth P. Smith, Inst., O. F. Gborm
ley, musician; W. P. Smith, treas
uier, W. F. Biglow, secretary. Other
members were C. G. Errett, Dr.
Jack Shepherd, Kata Ghormley,Edith
Powell, Clara Errett, Alta McKelvy,
Richard Lambert, Dr. John T. Wood
Gilbert Telford, Maode Webb.
Have yon seen tboae pretty papers
at tbe Benton Wall Paper A Paint
oompany. Bell phone 199 Red, 315
Coeur d'Alene stieet.
All you have to do Is look at
Mrs. George F. Steele was a Spo
kane. visitor today.
Mias Viola M. Fallon, of the public
schools, left today for Spokane,
where she will visit the city sobools
of that place, with tbe object of ac
quiring any information poasible
which will assist her in the local
schools. Her room ia vacated this
week on account of tbe lack of heat
John J- and L- K Connelly, both
of Harrison, ware in the city today
D. T. Rocs waa a Spokane vlaitor
today. He waa oalled there on busi
John McKenna will occupy tbe
Frank Marlow property this winter.
Marlow will work in the woods.
The Fraternal hall traateas met
j last night to oonaidar matter* in re
Audi tori am for the ensuing year.
Considerable disonaslou prevailed.
It was finally determined to lease the
opera house to tbe approved highest
bidder. This will be attended to by
Mr. Harte and than considered by the
trnsteee. The Anditorinm netted tbe
stockholders bate small profit daring
the peat year.
Bert Letts has added a hot drink
and lnucb department to his popular
loe orem and oandy stand on Fourth
street. He la doing an excellent
Frank Duhrkoff, of the Idaho Mer
cantile oompany, where he baa oharge
of the shoe department, ia a Spokane
vlaitor today, having been oalled
there on business.
Company O will meet tonight In
the Roman Catholic olnb hall for
drill. The oompany is doing excel
lent work at present;
Ewdard O. Liberty, of tbe Coeur
d'Alene Indian reservation, and an
old friend of George F. Steele, visit
ed the latter yesterday.
John Gallagher, of Farmington,
Wash., a prominent Palonae rancher,
was in the oity yesterday, calling
upen George F. Steele.
Ralph Rowley and C. W. Murray
leave tomorrow at 5 a. m., for the
Little North Fork, where both have
homesteads. It la intended to olear
10 sores of land on each claim and to
clean out Copper creek in order to
float logs in it. The Murray claim
has 8,000,000 feet of fine timber up
on it, whioh makes it very valuable.
The homesteaders are making many
i approvements in that locality.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Following ia a list of real estate
transfers for Kootenai oonnty aa fur
nished by the Panhandle Abstract
M. A. Hudlow to N. E. Lewis,
lots 5, 6, 7, 8, block i, Rathdrum,
$ 100 .
Julia Rnshaw et al., to N. E.
Lewis, lot 10, bloek H, Rathdrum,
$ 100 .
Amelia Ruahaw to John Stewart,
lot 9, block H, Rathdrum, $90.
Simon Rosenhupt to Avondale
Stock farm, n hf of tract 76, Avon
H. J. Swafford to N. J. Molvor,
part of s hf of sw qr of seotion 33,
township 51 north., range 4 weat,
Avondale Stnok Farm to Poblman
Investment company, w hf of tract 19,
Martin Poleson etal., to Panhandle
Lumber oompany, timber on ae qr of
sw qr, ne qr of se qr, s hf of se qr of
section 28, and w hf of nw qr, w hf
of sw r of seotion 34, township 53
north, range 4 west, $1.
United States to W. J. Seat, e hf
of ne qr and nw qr of nw qr of seo
tion 21, sw qr of sw qr of section 22,
township 52 north, range 1 east.
United States to W. J. Boat at al.,
lot 7 of section 10, township 50
north, range 4 weat.
Andrew Breviok to G. S. Mo La re a,
lot 10 of seotion 23, township 46
north, range 2 west.
J. E. Landeryou to St. Maries
Land company, lot 1, 2, 3, 4, block
1, River Front addition to St.
J. E. Landeryou et al., to St.
Maries Land company, lota 2, 3. 4,
5, 6, 8, 9, in block 3, River Front
additon to St. Mariees, $1.
United States to. F B. Jorion, lot
4, of seotion 4, township 60 north,
range 5 west.
Arkansas Pesch Ordhsrd.
Arkansas will surprise the world this
year with her peach crop, says the Fort
Smith (Ark.) Interview. Tbe peach
yield all over tbe country haa prac
tically been a failure this season, and,
with tbe exception of California, Ar
kansas will supply nearly half of the
markets of the United States with this
particular fruit, of' which tbe Ameri
can people are so fond. The Elberta ia
the peach on which Arkansas depends
for this year's output. Ar k ansa s , by
the bye, has tbe largest peach orchard
In the United State*. If not In the
world. It covers an area o^ more than
8,000 acres and is located about 100
miles south of Fort Smith. Thla or
chard will produce enough peaches thla
year to yield to its owner a small for
Bar captain's name la Ooldaorod; his
ranks an In the fields.
The asters are her couriers who hash
their purple shields:
The corn, her mighty army, waves tta tas
sels to tbe sky.
And down the dreamful valleys misty
shadows flutter by;
The milkweed grenadiers, with all the*
orange bonnets on.
and enow upon the mountain, form the
vanguard of the dawn;
ne grass la gray with go ssa m er, aad,
tinkling fine and sweet,
ne fairies dance upaa it with their sti
ver cymbaled feet;
The bees are In the barley aad the birds
are In the lane
To watch tbe ghosts of A pell d a n se the
The river, like a mirror, gtvoe us bask
the brasen day
With half the blue of h eaven In tta
breathless, molten ray;
The afternoon Is drowsy in the cool caves
of the wood.
And, oh. the lasy feeling that o o snee (far
one Is eo good.
Vo calm, so sweet, eo pleasant, whan upon
the wings of musk
the west wind's cooling current gutters
deem the deeps of dusk;
Press Want Ads.
If you want to buy, sell, tirade, or have
any other wants, advertise them in the
CLASSIFIED WANT COLUMN
of the Daily Evening Press* It will pay
to use this service. Price 6c a line each
insertion. Count eight words to a line
VALUE OF A WHOOPER.
Indian Tarritory Hunters Introduoad
to s New Character.
A Muskogee (I. T.) hunting penl.v on
the brakes of the Illinois river had
pitched Its tenta for the night; the Jpiut
srs had eaten aupper and were <*'iiok
tng a pipeful of "home grown" liefora
turning in. They Intended to gel n
good rest and begin their hunt tin- next
morning. While they were spinning
yarn* a barefooted country hoy imsh
fully sauntered up to the romp no and
Inquired whether or not lie \ \ anted
to hire a "whooper," writ, - n Musko
gee correspondent of the Kalinas City
"What Is a whooper 7" asked one of
"A whooper'a a whooper," said tbe
boy In surprise. ** 'Pears to me you all
ain't much hunters If you don't know
what a whooper Is."
More to have sport with the boy
than anything else tbe lad was hired.
When the hunting party started luto
tha canebrake the next morning the
"Now, when you all la lost just
Whoop 'er up, and I'll whoop hack, and
you all come to my whoop."
In the afternoon one of the hunter*
tried to go hack to camp, but lost bis
way. About the time he thought he
would strike a clearing he would And
the canebrake growing thicker. He
had almost given up In despair when
be thought of the whooper. He let
out a yell and listened.
"Whoopee!" came tbe sound from
the distance. He knew the whooper
had lived up to his contract. By fol
lowing the sound made by the boy tbe
hunter struck the clearing and got
back to camp in safety.
"It's a cinch If a man goes hunting
oc the Illinois," said thla hunter, "he'd
better employ a whooper."
If the window shades are all worn
and soiled at the bottom do not throw
away, bat cut off eoiled part, make an
other hem and put back stick. If
shade Is net long enough to cut away
open tbe hem at the bottom and take
■he*** from roller, nail tbe bottom of
sheds on roller, make new hem and
pot back stick.
Kainy daya give tome people aches, but damp weather pains don't sig
nify that you have Rheumatism. A constantly recurring pain in knee,
hip, back or shoulder is not Rheumatism. Don't always blame your kid
neys lor lame back either.
There is one kind ol real Rheumatism—the oll-over-thc-body Jort. There
is one sure way of ridding yourself of Rheumatic twinges and muscular
pains—THE OSTBOl'ATHIC WAY, IT REMOVES THE CAUSE.
W1GGET BLK PHONE 2oy