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Supplement to The Kootenai Herald
BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO. FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 1904. YOL Xill NO. 36 o] feu O c 0 OREGON Short Line Union Pacific AND Only LINE EAST Via Salt Lake and Denvei TWO TRAINS DAILY Leaves Daily. Arrives Daily SPK INK TIM sCHEUUM. Effective June22,1902 Fast Mall—For the Coeur d' Aleues, Farmington, Garfield, Colfax. Pull man, Moscow, Pomeroy Waitburg, Day ton, Walla Walla,Pendleton, baker Cityand an pointsEAST Fast Mall—From allpoinls east, Baker City, Peu dietou, Walla Walla, Dayton, Pullman, Pom eroy, Waitsburg, Mos cow, Colfax, Garfield, Farmington and Coeui d' Alenes. 1:25 a.m. 8:00 p .a Express—for Farmington, Garfield. Colfax. Pull man. Moscow, Lewiston, Walla Walla, Portland, Baker City.SauFrauciscn and allnoinls east 4:30 p. in Ex press-From all points east. Baker City, San , Portland, uarfield and Francisco Col fax, Farmington. 1:40 am STEAMER LINES. SAN FKANC18CO-PORTLANÜ ROUTE. Steamship sails from Ainswortl Dock, Portland, at 8:00 p. rn , and from S|rear street Francisco, at 11:00 a. m., every five days. Geo. J. Mohlkr, Gen'l Agent, Spokane, Wash. A. L. Craig, Gen'l Pass, Agt., Portland, Or. Wharf Sar TICKETS TO ALL POINTS East & West VIA wsm n « f>i Mi * A Short Une -TO ST. PAUL, DUL' TH, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO And All Points Ë ist SEATTLE, TACOMA, VICTORIA, PORTLAND And All Pacific Coast Points Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers. Dining and Buffet Smoking Library Cars. Q Fast Overland Trains Daily For rates, foUers and full information regard ing trips, call on or address J. H. SHAVELEAR, Agent Bonners Ferry, Ida. H. BRANDT, C. e. A T. A. 701 W. Ki vereitle \ve. Wireh. S. G. YERKKS, O. W, V. A: Seattle, Wash. There's no Better Service Than that via the I From Kansas City, Saint Louis and Memphis to points in the South, South east and Southwest. The Southeastern Limited Leaving Kansas City at 6:30 P. M. daily, will take you to Springfield, Mem phis Birmingham, Atlanta, Jacksonville %nd all points in the Southeast. For detailed information apply to G. W. MARTIN SEMER AL WESTERN AGENT 1106. 17th St. DENVER. COLO. . I ; wk, h. Embry, C. P. Di recto rieS Secret Societies. on FELLOWS— Utophia Lodge,No 36, T.O. C F.. meets every Saturday eveulog at 8 o'clock. Visiting brothets fraternally Invited. Wm, H. Kmeby. N.G. Wm. VanGasken. Secretary. O KBF.K AH DKGRKE, J. O. O. F — Loyal Rebckah Lodge No. 43, I, O. O. F., meet« every Tuesday evening at 3:00 o'clock. Visiting Kebekahs cordially invited. Ma». Adi.adk ViKOBURY, N. G, Ml»» Mabel L. Me Near. Setreiaay. _ _ R N IOHT8 OF PYTHIAo— Acme Lodge, No. 15, K. o( P. meets lit Pythian Hall every Thuiiday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting knights always welcome. wm. Perbrache, G. C. Geo. Albert, K.olK.to K R ath bon f, sisters Creseut Temple N(. 10. meets every other Friday evening in Knights of Pythias hall. invited. Mrs. James E. Dolan, Visiting members M. E, C , Mrs, T. A. bishop, M. of K. and C. E ncampment i. o. o. f. Kootenai Camp No. 25, T, O.O. F., meets 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 8 o'clock. Visiting patriarchs cordially invited Ben Morrow, Scribe. NIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES— Kootenai Tent, No. 20, K.O. T. M., meeta every alternate Wednesday evening at 8o'clock. Visiting Sir Knights always invited. B. w. Lüdingtos. Commander. B, H. WalKer, R. K. K L adies of the maccabf.es— North Star Hive, No. 16, L O. T. M., meets every alternate Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Ladies always cordially invited. Mrs. Ella E Lopinoton, Lady Commander. Mrs. EmMa Taylor, Record Keeper. ODERN WOODMEN OFAMEP.1CV — North Star Camp, No. 6160. M. W. A., meets In Woodmen Hall every Monday evening, Visiting Neighbors always welcome. Fkrrkachb, V. C. E. L. Little, olcrg. M W. W. Porthlll Lodge. O DD FELLOWS— Bonuilury Ixxige, No. 63, I. O, O, K, meets in Ross' Hall' every Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting brothers fraternally invited. James Husckoft, N. G. Otis F. Warren. Sec. ODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA— Porthlll Ixidge, No. 95S1, M. W. A..meets the first and third Saturday evenings of each mouth, at 8 o'elock. Visiting Neigt •Hally Invited. F. W. Danielson, V. O. H. A French. Secretary. M ibors cor Railroads and Malls. aM.VVAY TIMECARD— Gre il Northern Railway trains arrive and depart us tollows: R STA I IONS ' EAST BOUND WEST BOUND No. 2. No. 4 No. 3 No. 1 KAL1SPELL 8 30 P m 12:57 P m 8:35 a m 10:10 p. m 3:20 a m 7:00 a III 10:40 a m 3.3-» p m 8:00 p 111 : 7;-. j a m 1 ;8l a m 1 9.45 ! p in BONNERS - FERRY ! SPOKANE J, H. SHAVELEAR. /gent Kootenai Valley Railway trains leiive Great Northern Depot at 8 a, m. on Tuesday, Thurs days and Saturdays, returning in timi to ••ou nect with No. 3 and No. 4. P OST OFFICE HOL'RS Office opens a, 8 a. m., and clorfsat 8 p. m. ( except Sundays. Open Sundays Iran !l a. m. to 2 p. n- Ensibound mall closes ,t .12:60 p. in. Westbound mall closes at 2:40 p. J. and 8 p, m. Copeland and Porthlll mailclogsat 7 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Frida* T. F. CoOK. JR. Postmaster. Correspondit« McArthur We have an unlinfted supply of It is oyer the "Beautiful Snow two feet deep on til level and still coming. Sometim* the sun shines a little and hope hats in the the human breast; ten it begins to snow and hope tarafdiately drops The ix'H working in the to zero. woods seem to fel the worst about it as they can auomplish very little. Carl Scbumier and Will Bartle cougar fining tow ards them saw a day. Thy had no gun and one being too far com the cabin to get determirf to kill him with an one He came within ax and sled? eight rods t them and then beat a hasty rttret boys ran te other way—"I tell the tale as 'tv*s told to me. Don't know as the Bart al Fred Graham have pur chased D Mike and Pat Connely places, sd are about to buy the Body p'' e - Verily, they seem to want t* earth. There was a dance at Mi Curtin's last week, and notwithstanding the snow, there was a goodly ctowd and all seemed in enjoy themselve-. Mike Cnnnely and Fred Graham made a trip to Coeur d'Alene last Sunday on business. Edna and Gertrude Graham, ac companied by Caddy Welch and Arthur Sankey, visited at the Con nelly home last Sunday. A misplaced letter, although not as disastrous as a misplaced switch, has its inconvenience«, however. A letter containing important paper«, addressed to F. C. Graham, was place 1 by mistake in F. D. Gra ham's box at the McArthur post office. The latter not calling for his mail for several days the mis take was not discovered. Mean while K. C had gone to Sandpoint to telephone that the letter had not arrived and must be lost, Fred said when he returned from his wild g<K)se chase and found it had been in the office all the time, is not recorded—here, at least. Mrs. Root is rather under the weather with a sore foot. Mercury 38 above zero and snow —Nevermind who (Received last week but too late for publication.—Ed.) What mg. North Side News Rev. Saxby, a Seventh Day Ad ventist from Spokane, held services at the school house on Thursday. Friday and Saturday evenings of last week, and Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mrs, Mary Mortan has purchased ten acres of land from Charles Ed wards of what is known as the Baines ranch. The purchase in cludes the piece where the house stands which will he occupied by Mr. and Mrs Fred Fry. Sidney Swartwood has rented P. vV. Owen's place and will take possession about the 15th of March. M'. Owen intends moving to his homestead. Mr. Christianson expects to move his family to his ranch near Cope land in the near future. He is now living on C. 1). Rowell's place, which has been rented by Len Brant. An sight pound daughter was born to the wife of Walter Aldrich on Friday, Feb. 26th. Mother and child are doing well under the care of Mrs. M. M. Fry. Moravia The Petersons have each sent a heavy team with driver to the lim ber camp above Bonners Ferry. The box social was a pronounced More than enough three limes over— success, money—yes, w is raised for lamps, and the young man that bought them was amply repaid, boxes might have been sold if they had been there. As rnanv more Mr John VanPaplendam Foe« to Wyman, Wa-h. to engage in bu»i John will ba missed by his ness, many friends. Much snow and cold, and Mike need not send to Hudson Bay for ice. A son of Mrs. Lee Fawkes is rus ticating at home for a few days. Mr. Wm. Gines and daughter have returned from Utah, report that living there is no belter than here. The young folks at Nels Peter son's. with many from outside, had rollicking good time on Monday night. Birthday party for Albert Barton and Waldron are impi tiently awaiting the shrinking of the snow to do a big timber con tract. They ■i Mrs. Walker, the assistant post master, went to Bonners Ferry on Tuesday. 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