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PIONEER PAPER OP KOOTENAI 001
S. D. TAYLOR. Editor and Proprietor
But all speak more elo
A Few More Pointers.
The following
came to The Kootenai Herald
the first week in this month, repre
senting in value more than the en
tire advertising patronage of some
newspapers:
From U. S. Land Office;
Geo. A. Hurd, T. & S. Notice.
Casper Koch, T. ife S. Notice.
R. C. Moter, T. & S. Notice.
Kootenai County:
Notice for Road Bids.
Notice for Ferry Bids.
Bonner Mercantile Co., general
merchandise advertisement.
O. A. Blakeslee. dray advertise
ment.
Kootenai Encampment, ball ad
vertisement.
The returns from these and from
numerous other patrons is appre
ciated
quently than any words of ours of
the approval of the public of our
efforts to give Bonners Ferry and
North Kootenai a clean, representa
tive newspaper.
The Kootenai Herald is a legi
timate nevvspape" enterprise,
sieks business for the same reasons
that any other business enterprise
seeks business. It has no ax to
NEW business
It
grind, no revenge to gratify, and no
enemies ii considers worth punish
It hopes to merit continued
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appiovaland patronage by advunc
ing the material interests of Bon
ners Ferry and North Kootenai to
the best of its ability.
The Attorney General, Hon.
John A. Bagley, has rendered an
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opinion in which he holds that all
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fines and licenses collected in a
village or city in the state of Idaho
must he divided equally between
the town treasury and the treasury
of the school district which em
braces the town within its bounda
ries. All such fines and licenses
formerly went into the town
treasuiy. The opinion is bused
upon a law passed in 1903.
There is evidence that some
thing is going to be doing down at
Washington in a few days relative
to Forest Reserve matters. Senator
Heyburn called upon the President
one Jay lan week to protest against
the further extension of forest re
serves, and so impressed the Presi
dent with the force of his argu
ments that Roosevelt called a halt
on the whole business and will take
the matter up in a few days with
the senators and representatives
from the states effected.
Heyburn has a way of getting what
he goes after
Senator
There is a warm political fight
in Latah county between the
friends of Congressman French and
of would-be governor Francis Jen
kins. The fad that Mr. French
must make the fight of his life in
bis home county is weakening his
It may
transpire that Jenkins and French
will both wear each other ont at
home.
candidacy elsewhere.
City and village elections in
Idaho will be held on Tuesday,
April 5.
Bonners Ferry took action during
the week to anange for the local
election. Five tiustees are to be
elected.
The board of trustees of
The Democratic State Central
Committee will be called tc meet
April 2, to arrange for slate
conventions.
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newferry const
As Drawn By ;
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Surveyor Wm. Ashley, Jr.
As the construction of a new ferry
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at this place is attracting much at
tention among those who have oc
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casion to use a ferry across the
Kootenai we publish below the
specifications as drawn by Suiveyor
Ashley.
locations will serve to give one
good idea of what is proposed to be
done. The specifications follow:
Specifications for south approach
of ferry at Bonners Perry:
Beginning at the north end o^
Main Street in Bonners Ferry
where is post on the top ofjvhich is
bench mart, the approach to be
gin two feet below tup of said post
hich is the street grade of Main
street, thence descending on a grade
of five and twentyfive hundredths
feet in one hundred teet, or eighty
four one hundredths feet in sixteen
feet for twentyfive bents of sixteen
foot sach from center to center,
thence descending on a grade of
two and three one hundredtns feel
in one hundred feet, or thirty six
one hundredths feet in sixteen feet
bents to consist ol tamarack pues
A leading ol these epeci-!
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which must hs twelve inches in
diameter at the small end, driven
fifteen feet in the ground, sway
braced by three by ten inch plank
and bolted to piling by three quar
ter inch boll; and also to cap which
is to he leu by twelve inches,
eighteen feet long drift bolted to
piling by three seven eighths by
twenty-four inch drift Doits as
shown on plan,
rtd fir or tamarack twelve inches
in diameter at small end, eighteen
Stringers to be of
feet long, lapped and drift bolted
up
to caps with two seven eighths by
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twenty-lour inch drift ht, Its; floor
to be three by twelve inches by six
leen ^ eet ' 8 P'ked to stringers wit
eighty penny wire nails, guard rail
l J be B 'V b ? eix , 1 " eht ' 8 -
ab,n S inside of railing posts an
tlour ever y ei ^ ht ,eet w,th
a one half inch holt; hand rail posts
f " ur b ? inuhe8 antl hve , feet
long, to be set in one quarter inch
strap iron band and boiled to guard
rail as shown on plan; hand railing
to he built as shown on plan; hub
rail two by twelve inches, top rail
and cap rail two by six inches.
The end of each sixteen foot panel
is to be spiked to a two by four and
so arranged thit each from the
lower or outer end can be lifted out
of the iron bard and removed in
high water. The first two hundred
feet of approach will be horizontal
and down stream,
other bents to have a slope ot six
inches in eighteen feel up stream
so that the water in running over
it will press down as shown in plan.
Specifications for north approach
of ferry at Bonners Ferry:
Beginning at low water mark on
north side of the river at proposed
ferry lauding, and cutting through
the bank a distance of 170 feet, cut
to be twelve feet wide at bottom,
and band to have a slope of three
fourths to one; bottom of cut to
covered with brush one foot deep
on which is to be placed gravel and
broken stone enough to fill the
brush which must be extended
low water line.
All the
up
Dressmaking
To ths ladies of Bonners Ferry
and vicinity, I desire to announce
• hat I shall again take orders
dressmaking or plain sewing and
would be pleased to have them call
and leave their orders.
Mrs. T W. McLaughlin.
Grazing Land for Lease.
8took men end ranchers desiring
to le^se school lands can sectire in
formation concerning telmft, etc.,
by inquiring of the County Treas
urer or writing Norman Jackson,
Chief Clerk Stats Board of Land
Commissioners, Boise, Idaho.
2-19—5t
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World's Fair, all the news of the j
national campaign, and all the|®
news of the earth. See advertise
ment elsewhere in this issue.
Eighth Grade Examinations.
Rathdruro, Idaho, Feb. 18, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that there
will be two eighth grade examina
pj on8 f () , Kootenai County again
this year, the first to occur March
29th, 30th and 31st. All teachers
having pupils desiring to take this
examination should report to the
county superintendent at once the
number so desiring.
R. C. Egbkrs, County Sput
All Eyes on St Louis.
The eyes of all the world will be
turned toward St. Louis during the
year 1904. Everybody will want
to get, from first hands, the news
of the gréâtes. World's Fair which
the world has ever seen. Our
readers are advised, therefore, to
subscribe for the greatest St. Louis
newspaper—a newspaper which ac
knowledges no equal or rival in all
tne west, and which stands in the
FOREST RESERVE LIEU SELECTION
In the United Staten Land Olik-e at Coeur
d'Alene idauo, February 23,1904.
Notice is hereby given that the Sante Fe
Pacltie Railroad Company, by C. E. Moulton, ita
atloruey-lu-faet, whose poBtofliee address is
Tacoma, Washington, has on February 2, 1904,
made application to select under the Act ot
June 4, 1897 (30 Stat. 36), the following described
land, lo-Wlt:
NW '4 ol SE*4 of Sec. 20 In Twp. 59 N, Range 2
East, K. M.
W.thln the next thirty days from the date
hereof, protests or contest« against the selec
tion, on the ground that 'he tract is more vain
able for its mineral than for agricultural pur
poses. or is claimed under the mining laws,
will be received oy aforesaid land otliee and
noted lor report to the Commissioner ol the
General Land Ortice.
D. H. BUDLONG, Regiitef.
2-26-4-1
St. Patrick's
Thursday Evening
March 17th, 1904
I. O. O. F Hall, Bonners Ferry
Given Under the Auspice* of
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Good Music. Fine Sapper.
Splendid Time. First Ball
Ever Given in Bonners
Ferry by the Encampment
Degree. ; ; : : : :
Everybody Invited
Tickets at the Usual Prices
BALL $1.00 Suppsr 50c
Draying
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Prompt attention given to
anything in the Dray Busi
ness. Transferring, Goods
Delivered, Furniture Mov
ing. Contracts taken. : : :
Wood for sale. Call on
0. A. Blakeslee
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
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MERCHANDISE
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We are now making a special effort
to increase oui G rocery business and we are
in a position to make some very interesting
prices on Staple and Fancy Groceries. ; :
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■ We are agents for the Cen- ■
tennial Milling Co.'s Flour,
and Cereals. We haudie ihe
celebrated ; : : : : :
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GOLD DROP FLOUR
Per sack
$1.15
BIG LOAF FLOUR
Per sack
$ 1.30
No better flour made,
sack guaranteed to give satis
faction or money refunded. . . .
Every
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All orders—large or small—by mail or other
wise, will be thankfully received, and will
have our prompt attention.
Very truly yours,
Bonner Mercantile Co., Ltd.
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Location; Hotel Casey Building: Bonners Ferry, Idaho.
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Our stock Includes
McBrayer's Cedar Brook Whiskey, Belle rf Lexington
Whiskey, Hiram Walker & Son's Canadian Club Whiskey.
Key W est a id Domestic Cigars—Flora de Lovera, Com
mander's Club, Old Maturity, Tom Moore, Pauline Hall, etc.
Purest Wines and Best Malted Goods.
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A. F. Annis.
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GENERAL HEAtlQUARTKKS FOR

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HIGHEST grade goods in city.
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Bonner's Ferry, Idaho
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POOL and BILLIARDS
REFRESHMENTS.
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