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LOCAL and county
I
•f Interest CompiM For the Be>
f fit ot Busy K»*4tn
«ai#*"
V.
^ H. Cleland spent Thursday in
on personal business.
arpentersare at work repairinptlie j j,,
^.iWripht piazza facinp the .North
„racitie. is
îprfane
Send for new illustrated
It may save you money.
Paine Co., Spokane, Wash.
a
l.v
Groceries.
list.
trice
;i<«ne
dl
Ml» Helen Hart leave» today for an
«tended y» s1 * with her sister, Mrs. |
p Masterson, at Seattle, and ]
riends at Tacoma.
Fresh fruit received daily from the j
■eld storage ware rooms of Ryan &
Srwton, at the Postoffice store,
rything st « idly first-class
Ev
0. E. Kamm, second baseman for
[be Rathdruin base ball team, sus
Uincd a broken nose as the result of a
8 fthap during a practice game Sun
by
A furnished hotel Tor sale at Athol
far further particulars apply to
JOHN M'TAVISH,
Athol, Idaho.
a
John F. Yost, editor of the Ilepuh
ican, returned Saturday morning
rom Boise, where he had been attend
ng a meeting of the republican state
ominittee.
eminence work on'a contract let by I
y the Kootenai Giant Mining and |
S. li. Morgan exjiects to leave today
or the St. Keg is mining district to
lilling company.
Martin & Miller, of the Rathdruin
teat company, quote the following
rices: Dressed cows, 7 and 7*: steers,
and 8i: cows on hoof, ili: steers. Jj:
mtton dreesed, it: live 5j.
The wet, c«k» 1 weather of ll*e past
wo weeks may not have had a good
fleet on garden vegetables,, but hay
rid grain in this vicinity ate in a
burishing condition.
ft
IJ.
The wet weather of the past week
as somewhat checked the lake camp
ngintliis vicinity, but fishing par
ies have Vie en numerous and many
ood catches are reported from Sjiirit
ike.
The 'annual state encampment of
he G. A. il. will take place at Coeur
'Alette next Thursday, J une '20th. It
i expected that Iiathdrum will be
rell represented at the gathering of
Id soldiers.
The annex to Poirier's blacksmith
hop is being fitted up for a telephone
dice and when completed will bo oe
upied by Edwin li. Marsh, who is
Iso jnstice of the peace. Robt. J »yet
doing tite work.
lie!! liradbury, who have recently
pened a butcher shop expect at all
inies to be supplied with a full line
f everything to be found in a first
lass market at the most reasonable
trices that it Is possible, to sell.
\V. II. Cleland, a subscriber to the
laa Francisco Examiner at this place,
as received notice that he was the
ncky winner of a ladies' handsome
old watch at the annual June draw
ng which occured a few days ago.
ii
Miss Fredda Faulconer.
who has
ieen visiting with her sister, Mrs. F.
». Hill, for the past two months, left
or the coast Tuesday, where she will
isit until about the middle of August,
rhen she will return to her home in
lutte.
A. YV. Evoy has disposed of his in
erest in the Iiathdrum Meat
A
com pa
iv and the new tirm will be known
Martin & Miller.
as
Mr.
Evoy has
uoved his family to Spokane where he
fill enter the employ of the Gold Stor
ige market.
Tlie people in and around Garfield
»mut are pledged to patronize, as far j
is possible, only those business bouses!
Lhat advertise in the local paper \n I
organization of that kind ought'to !
Tourtsh here.
A severe sprain will usually disable i
h- injured person for three or four ! S
Many cases have octirred
■OWfvrr , , •
• .. . . ' 1K 1 a cure llas ,M ' on ef
>ten in less than one week by apply
in e Ghamherlain's Pain Italui.
vale by F. Wenz. druggist.
!
-eks.
For
je
'
this countv tnent ne " s l 1a l'' r Iu *»n of (
■un county, spent several days this ,
week
,r - M - YVentworth of Spokane, for
merly a well known
nmennot;«. ; *» ■ ... i
Mr. Wentworth s^àks vlrî highly'of
the Hayden lake district, where ire il
interested in what lie considers -i vil
»table prospect * j
Northern P-ifi- . j
been at work' itéré havc
1 i M . w )r * k * ,rrc wveral days re
»uilding the foundation at the water
tank and erecting a new oar and tool
li« ai so : 4 t
F M improvements have
^ded much to the i
(
A large gang of Italian laborers has !
cn stationed here for several da's
—tin- „„ *. mus
, ln * " n the Northern Pacific
Tlie track is being raised
cigltt inches to a foot for a dis
of several miles above and be.
own. The roadbed was badlv in
of this improvement. '
appearance of the
w ^! llany ' s proper ty f* n their ripht-of. 1
Cl
<
dwin Me Dee left f-r St. Paul .Sat
urclay to represent tin- Ideal lmlge at !
tli«- national convent ion of
Woodmen, which
city this wee!:.
tf
.'Indern
convenes in that i
Ilf 1 Will ret 11 r*i hv •
..... . ,r,ur " DJ
way of Illinois where Mrs. M* l'.ee lias j
been visitintr relatives for several j
months, and accompany her home. j
, I
j
:
I
V.
Jt is estimated that more tin;
in
a one
thousand visitors raine here* t n m* ; . t îio j
circus Saturday. This iarge pat Ikt- '
j j,, 4 gj V es uumista kahle -vid.-i,. .■ . f
the rapidity with which this section |
is settling up. A lew \ *ars a*^'» swh
i

I
a crowd would hav
represented m ai - j
l.v half the population of tl».- whole
dl
county.
an A1 :UJ election bv the local lodge ;.
| Loresters of America last Sat ut-d.i>
] "'Rhi the following officers wer-i
IcQosen: A. L'lbripht, chief rauper:
Joseph Ebbitt, vice chief rauper: .In.
seph i'oirier. senior warden: I-'raid:
Italilcreu. junior warden:
j
&
.. 11 ' n . !
sell, recording secretary: M. \.
i 1111 ' j
!
ev, senior bcadH; M. W. Audius.
ior beadel.
for
a
('amphell ltros. Croat < 'mis'didateii ]
shows were well pal roniz.'*d I»- .• las! ;
Saturday, and s> far as wn have tieen ;
able to learn evorybodv was well satis- j
tied.
Everything
while the graft '-i s and
first-class,
"sure-t hing-'
men. who seem to he a fixture with
Was
most shows, were conspicuous by their
absence. The Campbells have made
a good record here and should they
!
:
ever return they will sur.-H nap tlir
reward that goes w it it lion-st dealing.
A. \\. I'ost and T. L. CJu:"ri*-s have
VM*en attending a session of the grand
lodge K. of 1*. at I'ocatolio this week. !
by I the former in his official capacity as
and | grand master of exchequer and tin hit
ter as representative from 1 'aniiandle -
to
Jj:
hay
a
1
lodge No. Lf. of this place. Wi
derstand that Mr. Post has i
elected to his position in 1 hr grand!
lodge, as has also James Ii. Harte of j
Coeur d'Alene, who has held the office |
un
•11 re
o! grand keeper of record and seals
for several years.
William Jlowell returned from the
Santa country Tuesday. Although he
has thus far been imsiieccss'iii in
curing a claim yielding immédiat- re
turns, Mr. Howell is not discouraged
and expeets soon to ret urn to 1 he dig
gings to look al't-r a claim which I»
believes will yet prove valuable. Ii
rejTnrt.s the sale of a .-laim in which j
IJ. F. htigun is iiileivsti-r! on a ImukI
ing proposition for > 1 . 001 . Mr. I*t 1 -
gan's sliar*- amounts to >l.'.oo. and 1 ite
se
;
par
of
It
be
of
oe
is
»yet
all
line
the
the
;
money will be paid on the 1st of
July.
In conversation at Spokane recently
C. L. iienham assured u.s iiial liis ini
gating scheine in this section had not
been abandoned, hut on the cuiitrarv
tlie enterprise would soon be vigor
ously pushed to completion,
veying litis already been completed at
ii cost of several thousand dollars.
The sur
The company is now wrestling with
property owners fora right of wav for
the ditch.
tied work on the enterprise will he
AY'hen t h is matter is >. t -
promptly resumed.
Sometime during Thursday night
an attempt was made to burglarize
M. 1». Wright's general merchandise J
estahlishuu-nt, but the t liicf or thieves
were evidently frightened away liefotv
an entrance was etfected. The place
back door
•il'ected tic
of attack was the sane
where an entrance
was
has burglars about one year ago. An
F. tempt to cut a hole through the door.
left
will
in
near where it is bolted on tin- in>i i.-.
was made, but the effort was balked
bv a zinc lining which had Iteen placed

there after the burglary "1 la.«t year
There is no eine t<> theguilt v parties.
in
A
IMPORTAS« I
DECISION
or
pa
as
has
he
»Judge Steele Holds County < Minii.Usioner*.
i aiumt Employ Spécial I'ouium-1.
Attorney S. L. McFarland is in r<
ceipt of two decisions handed d'.wn by
Judge Steele on cases where an .tpjieal
i. . . run,,,- ..r
far j board of county commissioners i-r
Kez l'eree county, says the Lew: «ton
\n I Teller. One was taken in th- matter
! of the allowance made to A. X.
ningham for acting as expert a— ;ut
i ant * tl,e other in the matter of Mia-.«
four ! S ' J< ' 1]ns, ' n f " r s-rviees a« sjxcial at tor
nev in th '' prosecution of the T.-mna
• hilleas.s. Judge Steele susirins tl»'
ef- board in the Gunningham -as and re
verses the b« atd in the .1 * «Im*-.* n
■a.v.
For
Small I'm at
In response to a
' that a case < f smallpox had U
of ( . ovelv( j tT Dyer vv.-nt to 1 ! ;
this ,
for
n» s> ige
i Tuesdav. II»* found the ««i>e to l*
pt '" Ui,1C anfi P r '^*«-.J,Mi t «. * r : , n.n t » .;*
il Üf hous< : in " hl ^ t
vil- L he victim proxeti to be a woman -,
j the town who came to IIojk* recently
j from Kalispel, Mont. The only ot her
inmate of the bouse is the woman's
re- consort, .•sheriff Dyer ant:■•ipat* s n,
further spread of the mal-dy. ;■ vid-l
tool ,lu> P'opie Hop- are e. -*-im *t. s
4 t ho (juhtu ni i nc nH'«iHur*> iil r-tr.
observed
( All members of Lawton post N<.
has ! 2i>* and all other cx-s-ldieis who d -
da's -re to attend the enca
mus
Coeur d'Alene on June 20, »re request- j
ed to meet in Iiathdrum at > o'elock
dis- in the morning of that day. t onvey
be. ances f>>r ail will be in readiness, and
in it is desired that all attend tlie en- 1
campment in a bwly. ;
.1. R. YVILSON.
>. V. Commander.
;
the
1
Notice to r%
.Sat
at ! abovt sthikk
ON Till-: SAMl'SON
i rint Kerris n*> i*»«m H a i|,,
hv • ^ 4 *<kuI strike ILi« ileeit 'Inl< .
DJ ;
lias j A report of an Immensely rich
j strike in the Sampson mine,
j Lopin and Davis, and situated in the!
, I footbiiis of liathtli um mountain,
j than one-third of a um L*
:
owned by J
less ;
Irom town. '
îio j
' , ' aus< ' ,i il r M'pte (, f
f ! ' k-:i1 »>«'» the tit-:
| vv, '*' k ft ' w li
,il 1 v ' * * 1 1 ! " -n pf*^
i much vigor hy men who liav herlo-j
• fore exhibited little faith in th«» Ht:,- ! f«
îbiliiv f»î this district.
•veitenien! among 1
■ T ilii
«
prospee! in- '
•cut.il with
A1 ! kinds-of J t
were afloat- utioul this
and tlie repmT speedily;
I traveled to Spokane, with th- r-«ull i
that 11»* Sampson mvucis were kept ! «•<
- j
wild rumois
;. ;..j, rik ,
.In.
busy tor a while answering ; : --^>1 1 < ,|i<
w
impliries.
pper-i
Kcaii/ing the frequency -i
! at ion in connection w ith r.-p.rts of i
lb,, ....
[strikes and tite great pies: nht v of ! s
' j harm to th" district
! from, t lie Ilepublican serib - s a-<iu an : t
• * v : I
res. III. , • I,.IV.
] intn v ,ew witi
; making
; Mr. i.npuedid li
j mia-h ■ v : a !
M r.
a sta'.i-ment
l>- fore i
to tie- pail die. i
i„. V( , n :
:
■' :U1 - ■
ment, lie wouid n-iU.«r linn not
deni t in- rep.-.; * , ; a ricii s! ri i.-- in 11 ..• . '
. 1 -
I appeal t<
that
there
was
f. if*
Sampson, hut it was plain that 1»> did
not at all rel sh ; 1»- not oriel \ his pro; - i
erty had stiddemv achieved, lie said j
that the tanne:
now in about
! al» Hit 40 feet i
: it indicates a
tlir
>atno- .ut was
1 . 1
j
oil the
feet and a depth nt
"1 liecn attaini-d: that 1
' ri e inllMntr g' id ore t
! ! ! r T , * i,i, .it: h '' 11:1,1 alw. .s i» -
as heve.i in the >atn|ison s ultimate sue-.
hit- '■ ■ v -' ! 1 •• ! had recently beenl 1
- trc«-ut ly si rciis 1 » tied by a strike.
nature
Jstfiki-be alisoliitelj refused to make aj
statement for piiblication. He did
t M
"f this!
1 1
an-i »
of j
| l,v k' ivi: --'
fore he was fully convinced that a
strike of n ai i.c-rit had been made.
I-'rom this it may tie inferred that a
good strike was really made on lie
un
re
•.h t" injure hi* |»n»pt*rly <.i il*v
•ut ;i Maternent l»e
11' »I. w
' ; I
,
the
he
re

Ii
j
1 -
ite ic,,.,i
Sampson. out l!;al tite owners then.
se
Sc: VeS are II it
' convinced as to the I
.*r that it 1
r ally indicati > that tiie\ have a min-.
; Mr. 1.ugue prnmis-.i to talk for juin i
cal ion just as m as lie felt sure 1 ii it
ent of its
j
;
;
jifnduiT-r. ' j
; the Sainps , .ti " 'oi i. --i. mi
a
!
m:\Ti
VI'
L.MKI !N K
Li IN II AIM
"M!il<l«*«il> at v|>(tHa
I* If'«» lit
of
1 a
of tlir StoilUidl.
j
;
Mrs. Enieline i;. iuliart. wife of V\.
I ». Reinhart, a we known and prom
inent Canne;- residing a mile -.is! of
ini
iiathdrum. di*-d very .sudden]\ at il»
1 »eaeoness 11 <>11 ■ do-pita! ill >pukülic
in. 'i'hur>dav. .sin
not
at about :t:.'in |
at
sur- liad liecli eonfiii'-d toiler bed alniiil 1.7
weeks, sullering from cane.-r of tlie
>1 < it iiiich. all hough the at t-tiding phy
certain as lo
f th- maiadv.
shdans »-tv not always
the correct diagnosis o
for
he batte
t - The pal i-nt was removed tot Id- >;>o-i
hospital a week ago Monday. !
1
For a t ime there seemed to he no ma
terial change in li-r condition, hut a
day or two before the end cam»- she *
was reported much improved, as a re
'suit of which only one number ot the
fatnilv. Miss.Mvrtlc Reinhart, was at
J
the bi-lside when her motlc-r died.
The end can- very ttnexp.- -l-dly and'
door so >.'.idd-n that no otii-r mt-mlx-r
tic ti» 1 family could lie summoned.
Tl.. remains w rc brought to Rath
drum tins morning and convev.-d lo
Ute i\. i'. iiall. accomp.inicd bv a large
num'o . of relatives and friemis of tl»
Toe fuller. Wl'i I a k o'
•Iitireh toinor
i.-.
fanni. .
!r " ! ' he Pn-slivt.-ri.iii
row at one o clock, lb v. Walker of
■ t his place and lb-\. Ihxigsou <.f « 'lauir
d'A ne wili <-o,i lu ; tiie >.-rvi -i s.
The remains wili 1«- interred at the
fami tv burving lot in l'in- G no. i-em
I
•assd was inrtt in < »hin. S.-pt --i
ber Isp., ai. I was married to \V. 1 >.
R. : ' i i . i rt in M im» - .ta \ pri 1 1«. :
-re horn to tiiis
1 ift• --n chi; Iren
r<
uiiion. 12 of whom, tin.-e son« and
by nin- daught* r>. h-.«»ie tl»- lms-md.
> .n n- th- ; nc ; :i ; . 'I t.e .-."imgest
"I."]!":;: .';:;
i-r ,, d.-mght.-r. » , ■ i -
«ton •.,"■> a; »: .. -It. N. G. I >• a«- i was
1 : >ted wip- nsi i . ' . : and p —
^ ' I, 1 , « o ; s 'V'•. 1 '
;ut- ! v - md ;. t inthe fam'.y and tl»
adn-raHon ot tiieiais. Tb- « r-.i\ 1
tor- h.u.,1 . who-.- •«.« is Known to '»
tl»'
re
great, have Hi- sincere «.Mnpatl.v f
tlii> 'immunity, where tl»- depaft-'d
one Pad a larg- circle of friends and
versa!iv
was u
■a.v.
\V ILL
i i i ! ni: y i i
li \ TIIDKl M
;
IihIi jk iuIi ih f flax In I n*nt! t»kl >tyk
rroiçraiu Niai
Th- muitt t.-- app-.intcl at a m. « •
inectit-.g .f citizens ie i-i s<.me tin»
>f arranging for a
•i-iehration here, and
l*
.;* ;u „, * pur;i .
1 »rtb -.t j„.
-, w |,„ | i;|( | altaiii'mited th- pr- A l»-■
cause of their inabiiitv to s.-' ore ad* -
her fuil .!„ to insure mi*-«
«„-..nd effort tins w-k with ti,- t -
n,
s
•« 'n,<. m.i»'«* a
suit lhat ampi*- funds hav-lr-o side
«...•ri>*<-«i and the arrai.g-iifiits i r ..
first-*-lass. ... are raje
PI-gram, wilt is to lie an
. .ah*.rate one. I,as i ,t y. • li n --m
p: t-d. but it s •-ii will « -, and an, ;,i
N<. next week w shall be able t<> give it'
- "•'*»*• |»ut>U-. M-w, v. tw attr:-
^ ,
ed upon, and t . s are a match game
j of base ball between the home team j
and a t*.«m from some of th<' neigh
horiog t«.wiis. iind a grand Ikii) in G»*
and evening. Nothing will b spar.-d t
en- 1 make th-s.-tw < f< attires most -'ttra-'- ;
; Ive. < »tlier in:-resting and attract" :
tfeatur*s of the day v«ill b*.-given tub
attention next week.
; 1-ilX
A tl »I»«*« II
Lo Shout.
Lust I ridav the trial
i|,, :iv ,- lir the »hootini; „f n ( , w
. , ,
; of Una place, «a» h. Id in theij...slice
court at St. Maries and th
of Eiigene j
I'ierce '
prisoner
J aiNpiitted on the ground that there
snrtleieiit evidence to convict
:is (I«*1
; him, notwit Jistunding
' mnulK-r ol witiies-.-s «lei ttsiltled in
there were a!
human Iif«*. on* hu i»*t tr
! f«
1 m lialf of the stati
the house for 1 1 pun and di liln r.-i ■ y
til l <.ay sent to
«
' fir-d tliree shots il.l .
!»ewey. with evident intent ortakmp
ii r p a !» le a '
•l ionp in tin i*oat. anotiier passing .
J t hrouph a roll of blankets,
jo.re *;,at and;; In pound pail of 1 <r<1 ■
and then strikiiip '--urge Piere-, in
i
! «•< -nliiied him to
;e. W e are informed bv «
the steamer
a marki

a-; inp an ugly If- u wound that i 0
his lied since that!
•ne 1 1 tie
w it m >ses 1 liât att :• i h••
pris- hut w as
diS'-harped i • nin. y Atimn r liraliam
i ndvivd him that il aiiv.ine cam
....
! s lu* irai
: t hat
ancr j
!i w as t in- cause of 1 1
w !.
it*
, -i
lento!
coining rromj
lldi.i. who iS Stipp-:; d I'
alte real and attempted lo lake
hc
;; n:
i shoot inp.
i a count .
: pr*-V-l|le uli criic.lll
: del- 1 1 . in ip t iieiu, is in tic
■ Scarci.ligld a .. i 1 1
ii'-i i.lliuii lismt
nfft t
. ' 0 1 ' u -i * -
si:*-uid t.e
Th:.
; Hi.
»!
•ases III- ; • .
Opinlotl : f !
-rf ' f ■ cr; mi
lid suci] mi
ti 1 i a oublie odd
'
bv
ill*!
no\. i u . »:*» o' • .ti Jib«
ilk Mirât. < >'ii 'Hit
- i v a-
j ei» h
earn
dbl
t i
and
:
M;i t i*
prison vontvUn I
wit }:')!iî * i. * * ai f ! «»f !
•' ,,Ii rl - lls en -ouraging sucli .1 -is. I
1 The above ease was not Ihiow nuul I
j ill tile judge lnr lack <d evUlt iiCi .
i of the worthy county
liai ris'.n s ■ iri l.ligni .
iTinim
1
t '>r:, - •.
-
1
aj
II Id - »I tot
at
'rite Hutel \V| ;
■ i-r ti.c b -t -
lit is 1
-oiidüctod liotts**\ in northern
Th • iiropriet less. Mrs. 11. Lav in.
:
Malm.!
ii- ;
1> .
w-avs in n tu i ni of the con. fort and ciii
venience or her gie-sis.
ad elsevvhere on tins pag. .
a
a
l!lv M » I sUj j,
Ill Dr. ( Iiiiii.I.i rl-.i
Din
< elir. < lu.l* 1
1 iiu-.ly.
< 'hantherlain's
Keinedv
.. 11 .i
I am sure that
Oil-,- and I »iarrhoea
' ; I ina- saved my life."
, lette oi i.'regi
M issotiri.
:it »»1 it* I
vv \. Lata
>r> !..iiu!im-. [ l irk coun

I
1
i
w;.s in Mich H11I
j ty.
; shape that tit- doro-ts Miid 1 .-..uld
Hv-. Wiien I was at the lowest con
if my ueighlxirs brought in a hot
( -.he. i holera j
and 1 took il
■\4
; one
' j i..
* iianil^riam's
and 1 »iarrhoea Reined)
and g<a instant relief. !
! and around. That was nine years ng<
and ! am slill in p .od health. >inct
;
lit
j then that n»-di< tno has always lieeu
; in my house and alwavs will Ik-. It is
the liest on earth." l nr sale hv 1-.
W-nz. druggist.
je
I SELL
,
1.7
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