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U 8. COMMISSIONER! THOS. J. JONES, NOTARY PUBLIC : : : : and CONVEYANCER OFFICE AT JONES DRUG STORE QKNTIST! Dr. F L ROBERT^ DENTIST BURKE AVE, BONNERS FKRRV, IDAHO P HYSICIAN! DR. E. E. FRY, AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON. I 1 IDAHO.' - Offline in the Rear of J. F. Cook's Drug Store [ AWYER! JAMES GRAHAM, . ATTORNEY - AT - L*W. Cases in the U. S. Land Courts a Specialty. COEUR D' ALENE, j AWYER1 JAMES E. DOLAN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Collections Promptly Attended to. BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO. PHYSICIA N! T. A. BISHOP, M. D., PHYSICIAN SURGEON. AND Office in Tones Drug Store. [SJ OTARY PUBLIC! A. H. FINROW, NOTARY PUBLIC, : ; : : and CONVEYANCER PORT HILL, IDAHO. A TTORNEYS AT LAW! C. H. Mkkriam. Elbert Owen. MERRIAM &. OWEN, ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW. Probate Law a Specialty. BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO. I AWYER CHAS. L. HE1TMAN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Rathdrum, Idaho r, j* / Pr«otlPeB in Stale, Federal and Supreme Conns |_AWYER_ BARTLETT SINCLAIR ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Idaho Rathdrum, m_ m _ î M _*_ »I _ » _ Ä. * ' j T. J. JONES f i DruiK 1« j* « g j f 1 I* L a r a . I semes, . a I . r - 1 (* * f v 5r I AND tf . ALSO, CHOICE CIGARS . T. A. Bishop h*i Office Room in the tUort. . - Idaho Bonners Ferry, - FY5 EEDS2 Deserve your confl dance. They Itavene vor / H-T (ailed—won't fall 5 Tld by «II dealers. ■SH JM-l herd Annual WBlx postpaid, free. D. JW. FERRY Sl CO. 1 Dotrolt, Mich. u£ now. £ o - Coca! and Personal —A. Klockmann, the mining | man, was in town dining the week. —Get your candies of Phillips the Baker. All pure, homemade. ,—Louis Pnpp of Naples paid our sanctum a social call on Thursday —Postmaster Walker and C. R. Ifiirns were in from Moravia today. —TO RENT—Two houses oppo site International Hotel. See Mi Hi ner. —Another shipment of Funk's Popular Chocolates was received at Cook's this week. —Rev. Father Kelley conducted Catholic services at the church last Sunday. —Although flour has gone up 70c 1 per barrel, bread is just the same at the Model Bakery. Hon. W. B. Thews, immigra tion inspector was up from his official station early in the week. —Try some of the candies that Phillips the baker makes. —John P. Dunn, the contractor, was in from Moravia on Wednes day. —Guess where I got this dandy Don't At Gray's? H. B. Shoe? guess again. — See the announcement of the Encampment, relative to their St. Patricks ball. —In an A1 shoe we can suit the most exacting taste. C. C. Mercan tile Co. —Mrs. J. R. Shavalear, wife of ■ " . . . our G. N. agent, is enjoying a four weeks visit in Spokane. —The Security School Shoe is an all around shoe for boys and girls. Get them at Gray's. Miss May Callahan arrived from Elk last Monday and will visit friends until Saturday. —Buy your bread at the Mode Bakery, S. C. Phillips, proprietor 28 tickets for $1. tf — C. L. Collins returned Mon day from a trip which took him to Rathdrum, Spokane and Elk. —Tillman and Bendalls' Cele brated Coffees at C. C. Merc. Co. — H. L. Medbury is again home, having been acting as a deputy sheriff in Sheriff Whitney's absence. —$1000.00 Reward coloring in.Schilling's Tea. at C. C. Mercantile Co. —Mrs. S. D. Taylor went to Hill yard last night to visit her daugh ter, Mrs. W, R. Eddy, lor a few Fur any Sold days, —We carry the best grade of 1 canned goods—ilso some "dollar C. C. Mercar tile Co. i —Prof, O. R. Shern returned 1 Sunday evening from Rathdrum where he assisted in conducting a teachers' examination. goods. 1 ' —While the price of Montana ; hard wheat Hour is advancing, we still sell Washington flour at the old price, c. c. Mercantile Co. , „ „ , _ —J. F. Cook, Jr., our postmaster, •T'"*? , M,i ": lay fr 7, s >f" y where he has been with his family „ , i for a few weeks. —We are busy as usual, and the song goes the same old way—at the Kootenai Trading Co. Their prices are right and they will appreciate your trade. —The Rev. C. P. Burnett of Spokane filled the appointment u! Rev, Bull last evening and preached an able sermon tii a crowded church —O. A. Blakeslee, drayman, haf an ad in this issue. Mr. Blakeslee is ex perienced in his business and will give yon good service. —Inspector Thews informs us j that Chas. A. Budlong, of the force jatSaultSt. Marie, has been pointed immigration inspector at Gateway. ap- j —The Rebekabs had a social ses sion last Tuesday evening. There was a short program, then cards, followed by a lunch. Many were present and they had a jolly time. — H. L. Carlton, of the McClure hardware store, has had an attack of lagrippe, but successfully stood his assailant off and is able to be on duty again. — T. L. Cummins went to Kalis pell the fore part of the week to at tend to a suit he is piosecuting in the district court. He returned Tuesday, the case being postponed, —Miss Maud Collins returned from Downs, Wash, on Monday. She expects to return to Downs in a tew days and will be accompanied by her sister, Miss Maggie Collins. — Mrs Arthur Looby, wife of Arthur Looby of the Hkkai.d, ar rived from Spokane last Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Looby have rented rooms for housekeeping of Mrs. VVm. Elderton. —Mr?, W. L. Kinnear and son Emery accompanied Mr and Mrs. Henry Litzenberger on their return home to Endicott, Wash. They left on Thursday and Mrs. Kinnear will remain some time. — W. II. Emery has been paint ing tilings red this week. To pre vent a wrong impression perhaps we should explain that we reler to the interior Uecorations of his bar bershop. —The county commissioners are readvertising for bids for the Cross port road. The contract for the repairs to the bridge across the Moyie was let to J. A. Wales at $35(1 —The Great Northern passenger trains changed time Sunday. The new time card will be found else where in these columns, ferences amount to only a few min ules. The dil J. N. McCracken is fitting up the Bunting building for the purpose j of opening a short order restaurant. Mr. McCracken has an established He will reputation in this line, carry confectionery and fruits, in j connection, — Born—To the wife of D. Me Donald, on Saturday, Feb. 27, , The child weighed 15^ lbs. The mother's [son It was still-born. life was despaired of for a time. Dr. E. E. Fry and Dr. T. A. Bishop were ir. attendance and Mrs. Me Donald is recovering. —An important arrest was made at Sandpoint Wednesday. A. 8. Stanton of Bonners Ferry was caught passing some of the bad money that has been in circulation here. He was hound over to ihell district court. revelations may result. —" - Some sensational Mat's Seeds 'Are Northern Grown , Early, Hardy and Productive . catalogue Free" , , Describing manv new and valuable varieties. • for it today. : : W ri te L. L May Company ! Hie Kind You Have Always Bought 1 zy _. SEEDSMEN Minnesota St. Paid, CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Signatare of *—*—*—* .» _*>_r_r_ k _ir_•*_ » _ _ « _I I* :• fa ' !* 3 WSj, WM. VanGASKEN, Manager, *. BONNERS FERRY, : : : IDAHO. r aA A : "Bek Hive Siore 1 f ft DEALERS IN m General :: Merchandise.r % . r : P „ Our Stock is Complete in Every Line and the Public are I Cordially Invited to Call and get Prices before Purchasing r •l No old Stock. J r j Goods Don't have lime- to gel old Around r THE r % j Beehive Store!" 3 Everything Jiew and strictly Up to (Date f 44 r j p j j S Fine Stock of Winter Goods, f. r . j Agents for Harrington Milling Co's Hour and ^ . F. Mayer Boot and Shoe Go's Shoes. K KOOTENAI TRADING CO. J » i WM. VanGASKEN. Manager. ,-1 I—sr (^Titiand FEED STABLE First class Rigs and Saddle Horses. Parties taken to all parts of the Country. Careful Drivers Furnished. <r Î BLACKSMITHING Firstclass Blacksmith Shop in Connection. All kinds of Blaoksmithing done and work guar anteed. Charges reasonable. Wm. Elderton, w> Bonners Ferry, Idaho _<5 [•: » » » at » _r_r_ m _r__i r_ •»_ i THE PIONEER LIMITED There is no train in service on any railway in the world that equals in equipment T le Pioneer Limited train from St. Paul to Chicago via the • : # CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL • RAILWAY • * ^ The railway company owns and operates the sleeping ana dining curs ou Us trains, and gives to Us patrons an excellence >>t set vice not obtainable elsewhere. The buf fet curs, oomparlment cars, standard sleep ing cars.-aud dining cars of The Pioneer are the handsomest ever built. R. î _FORD, Agent, Room 2, Marble Bank Building* Spokane, Wash. r—* ar î — « —5r —Sheriff Whitney returned from Montana last Sunday, but did not succeed in locating Cod ley, tne hold up leader, in locating a man wanted, however, finding an escaped jail bird at Kalispell—one of the bnrg lais who escaped the second night he was in office. —Miss Viola McCartor left for Missoula last Sunday after visiting in Bonners Ferry a week, the guest of Mis. S. D. Taylor, Miss Mc Cartor will stop in Sandpoint on her way to visit Miss Bertha Reed er, who is teaching in the Sa«d point schools. Both young ladies taught in the Bonners Ferry sciiools last year and have many friends here. He did succeed —The new plaie glass front in the building owned by A. C. Moor? and P. T. Moore is being much admired. The building will be oc cupied by the Messrs. Moore, about April 1, with a stock of men's furnishing good«, at which time A . C. expects to retire from the liquor .— Card Ot Thanks. 1 desire to thauk my manv friends for their recent acts of kind ness, which I can assure them is deeply appreciated and will never he forgotten. Mbs. Mary McDonald.