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PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J J S. COMMISSIONER! THOS. J. JONES, NOTARY PUBLIC : : : ; and CONVEYANCER •FFI0E AT JONES DRUG STORE DENTIST J_ Dr. F L ROBERTS DENTIST ■ URKE AVE, BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO PHYSICIAN I DR. E. E. FRY, AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON, 'Offiice in the Rear of J. F. Cook's Diug Store j I AWYER1 JAMES E. DOLAN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Collections Promptly Attended to. BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO. * PHY SICIA N ! T. A. BISHOP, M. D., PHYSICIAN bURGEON. AND Office in lones Drug Store. I AWYER CHAS. L. HEITMAN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Rathdrum, Idaho ✓ Practice* iu Stale. Federal aud Supreme Couru LA WYER BARTLETT SINCLAIR ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Rathdrum, Idaho LAWYER JOHN £. TRACY ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice lu AU Couru Bonners Ferry. Idaho Local and Personal —Ice cream at Phillips'. —Miss May Hart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hart, is home from Spokaue where she has been attending school the past year. —When in need glass of any size, call on Jones it Bishop. —Children's day will be observ ed at the M. E. Cnutch in Paradise Valley next Sunday, the program Commencing at 2 p. m. All are Cordially invited. —Phillips is the man that makes the bread—14 large or 28 small loaves fur $1.00. —W. H. McArthur of McArthur writes the Herald that they in tend to celebrate the 4tb at that place. —The Bonner Mercantile Co. are making interesting prices on doors and windows. Scretn doors, mos quito proof, sold cheap. —James T. Davis, the ferryman, and Miss Anderson, recently fiom New York, were married in Spo kane last Sunday. —Now is the time In give your dwelling a fresh coat of paint.— Jones & Bishop can supply yo with the mateiial. — Fred Woodhouse and wife ar lived from W adiington dining the week, and are visiting with Mr* Woo J houses parents, Mr. aud Mrs G. W. Dawson. tf —Corsets! Corsets! Corsets We have a beautiful line of tie fam eus J. C. C. Corsets. Prices range from 35c to $4.50. At Holiinger s, g —James B. Goodheart, grand lecturer af the A. F. & A. M., ar rived Thursday and is giving in struction to the members of the local lodge of the Masonic order. —You will save money by buy ing your goods from the Bonner Mercantile Co, See what they have to say in their add this week. f —Evan T. Hassen has accepted 'ni position with the Kootenai Trad ing Company, and now attends to the delivery department. The K. T. Co. made a good selection. — Just Received. New trunks, telescopes, dress suit cases, club bags, valises, etc. Bonner Mercan tile Co. —The county commissioners have finally let the contract for the building of the Crossport road lo ! tV. C. Rogers and Frank Dahlgren, of Rathdrum. The Price is $1600. They have commenced work. —We can show you five new I shapes in men's Royal Blue shoes. Neat, snappy and up-to-date. Bon ner Mercantile Co. f —The marriage of Mis» Bessie Hockett and Leonard Bernard of Athol is announced, ett's home was in Bonners Ferry but she has been teaching near Athol. —Our entire line of ladies and children's straw bate, only 10c and 25c. Bonner Mercantile Co. Miss Hock —Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Jacobs, of Elmore, Minn, arr.ved Thursday and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Stein. Dr. and Mrs. Jacobs are returning from a trip to Cali fornia and stopped off here to visit friends. — Melting fust. Those 75c and $1 00 bargain shoes at tne Bonner Mercantile Co. —A, E. Voelker of Priest River was in town Sunday. Mr. Voelker is connected with the White Pine Lumber Co. Judging from the fre quency of his visits to Bonners Ferry, we should not be sur prised if A. E. located a claim in this vicinity some day. —Ladies, it will pay you to visit our store almost daily duting June, as we will be making daily sweeping reductions in almost ev erything in the dry goods line. At Hollinger's. —The marriage of Gus Bergen aud Mrs. Ellen Kelley, both of this place, took place in Spokane last Tuesday. Both were formerly of Katka, but Mr. Bergen was recent ly transferred to this place. He has pur ( based the Cassanova cot tage where they will reside. —Paint brushes and kalsomine in complete assortment. Jones & Bishop. —The Bonners Ferry Lumber Co. had secured permission of the town board to construct a telephone line, connecting their office with th» mill. The line will probably connect with the depot also. The need of a telephone exchange in Bonners Ferry becomes more ing each month. — \re you going to the World s Fair? If so, don't fail to look at! our new line of trunks, telescopes,' club bags, dress suit cases, Glad stone bags, etc. Just received. Bonn er Mercantile Go. — A, J K.-r.l, street commission - er, is succeeding in having a Urge amount of road poll taxes worked out. The road leading out through town towards Crossport has ceived some needed repairs. hill near Wm. Eaton's place has been graded down and the r..ad materially raised across the slough at the foot of the hill, oress re Tlu —The finances of the school dis trict, as reported at the business meeting at the school election are, in round numbers, as follows: Ex penditures past year, *2,100. De ficit for year, *75. No other in debtedness. Estimated revenue lor coming year, 13,000. —Fred Little, of Baker City, Or egon, arrived today on a visit to to his brother, E. L. Little, of the Bonner Mercantile Co. Fred re sided here with bis parents a num ber of years ago and up lo the time they moved to Baker City. He has grown so that the writer failed to recognize him. —The Kootenai River is again falling, and with the cold wave now on all danger of high water is considered past, a snow storm on the mountains last night, indicating weather that will cause a decided tall in the liver. There was The high water mark of this year is the lowest for twelve years. —A blaze was averted last night only by a fortunate discovery and the timely action of J. C. Phillips, the baker. At about 3 a. m. Mr. Phillips' bister was awakened hy the sound of fire, and, looking out, beheld a blaze in the woodshed of the McClure dwelling, now vacant Mr. Phillipe was aroused and, rushing out was soon able to ex tinguish the fiâmes. Had it not been discovered in the nick of time there would probably have been a big fire in Bonners Ferry to report today. The origin of the fire is a complete mystery. Moral: Hur up with that fire engine. /—A. F. Annin is back from '■spokane. He went to the ransh yesteiday. Notice All of my" bills and account have been placèd in th4 hands of K. J. Kent for colleciiua. W. J. McClure. Don't Go to St. Louis Till you call at nr write to the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad office, 134 Third Street, Portland, Oregon, Low rates to all points east, in connection with all transcontinentais. H. B. Rowe, General Agent, . Portland, Oregon. It Will Be To Your Interest If you contemplate visiting the St. Louis Exposition, to seuuie reliable information as to railroad service, the lowest rales and the best route. Also as to loral conditions in St. Louis; hotels, etc. If you will write the undersigned, stating -»hat information you desire, the same will be promptly furnished. If we do not have it on bund, will secure it if possible, and without any ex pense to you. Address B. H, Trum bull, commercial agent, 142 Third Street, Portland, Ortgon. I j j | For Infants and Children. îllB Kind YOU Hä¥6 AlW3)fS BOUgtlt I ^ ^ _/7 _ *> n r /AL A7 * Graying • • • Prompt attention given to anything in the Dray Busi ness. Transferring, Gocds Delivereo, Furniture Mov ing. Contracts taken. : : : Wood for sale. Call on 0. A. BiAKEElEE CASTOR IA J&i V Th« Beehive ...Store (Um. Ü4*6atkc« ma«ager - DkALKKft iS - General Merchandise Stock includes Groceries , ( Provisions, Flour , Hardware, Queensware, (Dry Goods, Mens Furnishings, Hoots , Shoes, (Rubber Goods, Lumber, Sash and (Doors , Shingles. We Are Sole Agents for (Bain Wagons and Moline Flows . . . . We Sell Bradley & Metcalf Shoes anoIeed me,, °\ First Class Rigs and Saddle Horses, Parties Taken to All Parts of the Country. Careful Drivers Furnished. BLACKSMITHING Firstclass Blacksmith Shop in Connection. All Kinds of Blacksmithing Done and Work Guar anteed. Charges Reasonable. : : V Bonners Ferry, WM. ELDERTON T. J. Jones T. A. Bishop, M. D. JONES & BISHOP DRUGGISTS Dealers in Drugs, Medicines and Notions. Choice Cigars, Palm Candies, Paints and Oils Bonners Ferry, Idaho —The Bonners Ferry Lumber Company are getting ready for another log drive of 3,000,0X) feet. The logs are those 3ut at the com pany camp near Katka. They have been banked on the bluff overlook ing the river and will have to be put through a chute to get them into the water, taken the contract. —Ladies, we have a lew trimmed ball left that we will c«ose out away below cost of manufacturer. Secure a bargain while they last. ! At Hollinger's. —Louis Am merman and family ; departed Sunday for the Assiniboia. country, where Mr.' Ammerman j purchased land about a year ago. They have lived here many years »nd their many friends regret to have them leave. The Herald wishes them every prosperity in tl.eir new home. Ed Gilson has Home With His Bride. J. H. Hoagland returned last Sunday, accompanied by his wife, formerly Miss Emma Shiudler of Rosalia, Wash. They were married the preceoing Wednesday. Hoagland is one of our must sub stantial young men and the Her ald takes great pleasure in extend ing congratulations au 1 wishing him and his fuir young bride the full measure of life's happiness. They will reside in one of tho Emery cottage». Mr —Snapsl Snaps! Snaps! Snaps in Shoes. Snaps in Dry Goods, Snaps in Hosiery. Snaps in Hats. Snaps in Mens' Pants, Etc. At Hollinge'-'s. — W. L. Kin near was transact ing business iu Spokane on Mon day.