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U »• COMMISSIONER! THOC. J. JONES, ■OTARY PUBLIC : : : AMD CONVEYANCER •moi AT JONES DRUG STORE - □) » NTI8T I_ DR. F L ROBERTS DENTIST lintKl AVK, BONNKKS KERRY. IDAHO F> HY8ICIANI DR. E. E. FRY, AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Offiice in the Rear of J. F. Cook's Diug Store I I_AWYER!_ JAMES E. DOLAN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Collections Promptly Atiended to. BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO. PPHYSICIANI T. A. BISHOP, M. D., PHYSICIAN SURGEON. AND Office in loues Drugstore. t / I AWYER CHAS. L. HEITMAN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ' Rathdrum. Idaho Practice« iu State, Federal and Supreme Couru LA WYER _ BARTLETT SINCLAIR ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Rathdrum Idaho Lawyer O. J. BANDELIN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice lu All Court« Bonners Ferry. Idaho Cocal and Personal ^ —James R Eckert of Copeland ' has been in town a couple of days this week on business. —Get your street hat trimmed to match your coat at Madam North rup's. —Keep your eye on the Bonner Merc. Co.'s baigam counter. It will save you money. —Next Thursday being Thanks giving, we understand it is the in-1 ten lion of all places of business in Bonners Ferry to close at lia. tn., a most appropriate and praisworthy decision on the part of our busi ness men. —J. M. Townsend, for harness, saddles or repair work ; References —any of his customers. —Try Pressed Ham for lunches The G. & H. keeps it. —You can not afford to miss seeing those $5.00 all wool suits at theB. M. Go's store. —If you are in need of a Range Cook Stove or Heater—Call at the C. C. Mercantile Co. — C. M. Chambers of Everett was in town today, accompanied by his wife, looking over the situ ation with a view to locating in Bonners Ferry. ... , ii 1 - W h have a swell line of , —There will be a grand hall in ♦he 1. O. O. F. Hall Thanksgiving night, given by the Encampment, All inriUd. —Gents: new ties just in from Chicago. Call Wnd see. Bonner Merc. Co. —We have on our counter some of the best snaps you ever saw in baby coibts—Bonner Merc. Co. —M. McL. Murray and wife have rented the Fletcher residence Mr, Murray has accepted a position with the Bonner Mercantile Co. —Rev, L. N. B. Anderson of the M. Ë. church will preach at the K. of P. Hall on Sunday evening. Dec. 4, and on every alternate Sun day evening thereafter. —Dr. Beebee, the dentest, has moved his office to the 2nd door west of the Hotel Casey, where he will be pleased to attend to the wants of all requiring his proles sional services. Wanted! 100 women to call at the big double store and inspect our line ot llannelett wrappers, waists auu kimonos, the bestand cheapest line in town —Bonner Meac. Co. -Th. Ladies' Aid of the Presby tsrian church »,11 hold their sale on the evening of Dec. 2, at the 1. O. O. F. Hall. „ _ . , -Rev. O. S. W ilson s next date for holding services at the Presby terian church on Sunday morning and evening. Nov. 27. * —Don't over look the buigains we have in Ladies Jackets and Waists. Bonner Merc Co. : Mrs. VV . L. Baeker ot Elk has bee vm*ing fiiends in Bonners Ferry lor past week, turn Dome today. n Stie will re nice, fresh, home made candy.—See Phillips, the Baker. —Fur wile will — T. J. Converse and move Saturday to the company's logging camp. — See our bargain counter for ladies and children felt shoes and slippers Merc. Co. Big snaps.—Bonner Thanksgiving —The finest turkeys will be found at tne G. & H. Market. —Geo. Schofield and wife had the misfortune to loose their home by fire on Tuesday night of last week. 1 hev live four miles below They lost most of their They have let a contract for a new house in town. —Buy your Thanksgiving meats at the G, & H. Market. tq w n. household effects. -, —C. F. Fischer went to Copeland Tuesday and will remain a few! weeks with the people chased his ranch. who pur — We are now prepared to do all classes of photo work, for the Hoiii day trade. Come early that may have time to do your work,— Jerry Studio. we It is sincerely hoped that all citizens ot the town will arrange their business and social affairs for Thanksgiving Day so that all may in accordance with the Pres ; dents, proclamation, join in the public Ttanksgiving service, at the Pres byterian Church from 11 to 12 o'clock. There will be appropriate decorations and music and a Thanksgiving sermon by the pastor. —Special Price Sale.—At Hol lingers, consisting of Ladies and Children* Underwear, Toques, Caps. Baby Bonnette, Hosiery, Skirts, Underskirts, j lacket, Capes, Gloves and Mittens, . 8peoiftl Mention, Sweater*, — At the prices these goods are being sold at will appear to you as being the most __, wonderful bargains ever offered j .. ... ,, i and it will pay you to call and mi,« v-_; ... r>i i ... . — I tie INnrCDSUS Club will give a Literary and Musical entertain-: ment at I.O. O. F. Hall Dec. 16 j Program will be published later. look our bargain counter over. The only place in town to buv a dollar and a quarter ffiirt for euty five cenls is at the Bonner sev Merc Co. The Christmas Delineator. The December Delineator, with its message nf good cheer and help fulness, will be welcomed in every home. The fashion pages are un usually attractive, illustrating and describing the very latest modes in a way to make their construction during the busy festive season a pleasure instead of a task, and the literary and pictorial features are of rare exellence. In addition, there are the regular departments of the magazine,with manv special articles on topics relating to woman's interests within and with out he home. Moravia News, Nels Peterson shipped a car load of hay to Colburn this week. Five ° r ' uoh ranch " " this have t " a<le M<,ra ' ,a '"'"o'"'' The next regular lecture at th* school house on Sunday night will be "The amended Geography of Ameri , a * bv w . S. Walker, Mr ' PerriK °> of Naples has moved into Martîn Peterson's house. North Side News. John Hamren returned home Tuesday from Montana where he working for several 1 as been months, Thomas Mills is homealp'r being absent seveial months working for a surveying company, Capt. A. C. Fry has the steamer Errand Boy in running order again. Mr. Fry purchased a new wheel and has had it put in place and the boat repaired generally so that she is better than before the wrick. when the drive wheel went to the bottom of the river where it could not be gotten out. Rev. Anderson held services at the school house, at 2:30 p. m. Sun day. Services again Dec 4th at the same hour Sunday school at 1:30 p. m. Born, Sunday, Nov. 13th, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plato a son. Dr. Fry attending physician Mother and child doing well under the care of Mrs. Belle Shields. Stephen Shields has gone to Spokane where he has secured work in the Railroad shops. - Turkeys, chickens and ducks at the G. & H, Market for Thanks giving. Wakelul? Sleeplessness Is a Sign of Nerve Trou ble and Should Be Looked To. There are three different manifesta tions of sleeplessness. First, hardly to sleep a wink all night, second, to lie awake a long time before falling asleep; third, to fall asleep soon, waking up after several hours and then find it hard to sleep again. They mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres, somewhere In the brain cells, somewhere in the blood vessels that carry blood to the brain, something is radically wrong, and must be righted, or the end may be worse than death. To right it. take Dr. Miles' Nervine. Some other symptoms of nerve trou hie are: Dizziness, Headache, Back ache. Worry, Fretfulness, Irritability, Melancholy, Lack of Ambition. They indicate diseases which may lead to Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance, Nervous Prostration, Paralysis, Insanity. Nothing will give such quick and last ing relief as Dr. Miles' Nervine. "My husband had been sick for weeks, could not sit up to have his bed made. With all the medical help we could get continued to grow worse. He could neither sleep or eat. Our baby girt was sent away, and all callers barred, be cause he could not stand a bit of talk ln*- I read of a case of nervous pros tratlon cured by Dr. Miles' Restorative ^nd'in"'» days n h* U waa awè°to 'Si Improved. Nervine saved * ' ° HA8laI,, Fr ® evm# * N - T * time he steadily his life."— Write to ua for FTeo Trial kage a i Dr. Ml lea' Anti Pain Pill*, the blew Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our Specialist will diagnose your case, tell you what la wrong, and how to right It, Free. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., LABORATORIES, E LK. HAK T, 1ND. ran vm anoIeeo STABLE^! 1 First Class Rigs and Saddle Horses. Parties Taken to All Parts nf the Country. Careful Drivers Furnished. BLACKSMITHING Firstclass Blacksmith Shop in Connection. All Kinds of Blacksmithing Done and Work Guar anteed. Chargee Reasonable. : : ; : WM. 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