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I Ol UCCUuCl ( Dentist, PROFESSIONAL CARDS, U S . COMMISSION ER! THOS. J. JONES, NOTARY PUBLIC : : : : and CONVEYANCER OFFICE AT JONES DRUG STORE DENTIST!_ Dr. F L ROBERTS DENTIST BORKE AVK. BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO PHYSICIAN! DR. E. E. FRY, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON gjdß Offiice in the Rear of J. F. Cook's Di ug Store I_AWYERI_ JAMES E. DOLAN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Collections Promptly Attended to. BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO. PHYSICIAN!_ T. A. BISHOP, M. D., SURGEON. PHYSICIAN AND 'Office in fonts Drugstore. t j _AWYER CHAS. L. HEITMAN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Rathdrum, Idaho Truelleo« iu Slate, Federal aud Supreme Couru l_A W YER _ BARTLETT SINCLAIR A i HjRNEY-AT-LAW Rathdru m, Idaho L K " O. J. BANDEL1N. AT TORNEY- AT-LAW Practice iu All Courts Bonners Kerry. Idaho //M i irl Two poors West of Hotel Casey Bonners Ferry, Idaho Local and Personal . —When in need of camp supplies call at the C. C. Mercantile Co. Store. —Charlie Braham was brought in' from Gleed's logging camp during the week and sent to the hospital in Spokane He had the misfortune of his toes while to cut off two chopping. —If you want first class food for your table, buv your groceries from the Bonner Mercantile Co. —Mr. and Mrs. Alf Gillon, of. Round Prairie, passed through Thursday on their way to Spokane, Mr. Gillon suffering from the effects of having seriously cut his foot —Try Pressed Ham for lunches The G. & H. keeps it, with an ax. —Miss May Hart, w ho is attend ing school in Spokane, ia expected home for the holidays, by Mr, and X. Mrs. Wm. Hart. —A complete and choice line of Holiday goods at Jones & Bishop's _Inspector Thews, of Perl Hill, up Thursday and went to came Spokane to spend Christmas with his family. _Discount Jewelry Sale at Hoi lingers from now until the 25th _Fresh candies every day at the bakery. —Madame Northrop innounces that she will carry Christmas goods this year as usual. —Miss Mamie Wales, who is attending the State Normal School at Lewiston, is expected home today, —If you are particular about the quality of your meats go to the 3. & H market. —A fine assortment of Holiday books will he found at Jones & Bishop's Drug Store. — Mrs. Fred Gleed and son and daughter are home from Spokane to spend the holidays. —We have long overcoats that will wear long, but our prices are short. B, M. Co. C. K. Andrews of Boise is a recent arrival in Bonners Ferry and will be located at this place. His family will arrive next moqth, —Sacrifice Sale of Millinery Goods at Madame Northrup's. In order to close out the season's goods in order to place a large, new stock in our new building, everything marked down to Sacrifice Prices. —If you are in need of a Range Cook Stove or Healer—Call at the C. C. Mercantile Co. —Mrs. S. D. Taylor went to Spo kane Sunday, returning Monday night, visiting her da'ughter, Mrs W. R. Eddy at Hilyard on the way. — Why is the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co. the largest shoe house.in the world? Because 'hey make the best shoes, most stylish shots, at tne most reasonable price. For sale by C. C. M. Co. —The Panhanle Orchestra are making elaborate preparations for their ball, to he given on New Year's eve. The music will be very fine. The Mandolin Club will play for several of tha numbers on the progiam. —See the new «lock of Holiday goods at Jones <t Bishop's store before purchasing elsewhere. —The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church I Mr8 ' G ' H * Albert next Wednesda y-1 The best green apple or the mar ket $1.25 per box, common apples 7Ö cents — Bonner Mercantile Co. meets with Mrs. James Casev and sons, James Casey, Jr. and Arthur, and daughter, arrived from Spokane Thursday to spend the holidays. —Ladies, call on Madame North-I jrup and take advantage of reduced pi ices of Millinery, j —Sheriff-elect Edwin Dunst! arrived last night to enjoy Christ I mas at home. He will return Mon da y. accompanied by Mrs Doust. He has selected Chas. McDonald, at present jailer, hi his chief i deputy, and John Hart of Paradise Valley as jail er. — Beautiful Neckwear, Iland kerchiefs, Gloves, etc. Make nice Christmas gifts. A swell line to select from at Hollinger's —Ralph Fishei and wife have spent several days in town this week fixing up a house; i_. Fisher and the children will spend the remainder of the w inter in town, tfiat the children may avail i themselves of the school opportuni j Mrs. —Mrs. P. H.Callahan has return ed from a trip East w here she j visited relatives for the past six weeks. —For nice, fresh, home made candy.—See Phillips, the Baker. —There was a good attendance at the Woodman ball last night. —J. M. Townsend, fur harness, saddles or repair work. References —any of his customers. j _There was a Christmas Ireel and appropriate exercises at the' Presbyterian church last night. Herald Buys Progress Plant. On last Tuesday the Herald purchased from Cbfcs. F. Bischet the plant of the Bonners Ferry Progress which suspended publica tion some weeks ago. The material will be added to the Herald plant and used in connection with the publication of this paper. Occupies New Office. The Bonntrs Ferry Lumber Co. moved into their new office during the week. They have very hand Some and commodious quarters. Besides the main office, there is a private office for Manager A. E. Rickerd. The rooms are elegantly finished arid furnished. The large fire proof vault is an important feature. A Wedding in Rebekah Lodge, Announcement is made that the marriage of Miss Harriett Causton and Mr. W. H. Emery, will be solemnized in the lodge room of Loyal Rebtkah Lodge, No. 43, I. 0. O. F., on Monday evening, January 2. All members of the Oddfellows and Rebekahs are priviledged to be present, including all visiting mem bers. Invitations will be issued only by the bride's parents and none by the lodge. In the Justice Court. It appears fiom the record that the fallowing cases have been dis posed of in Justice Chas. O'Calla ghan's court during the past few days: Slate vs. Henry Blume, charged with obstructing public highway, Thomas complainant, defendant tried and acquitted. State vs. Geo. E. Andrews, charg ed with killing hog belonging tu D. H. Chisholm*, complainant,.case dismissed at request of prosecution. State vs D. H. Chisholm, battery. Geo. E. Andrews complainant, jury disagreed. State vs D. H. Chisholm, second trial same charge, dismissed at Hooker requesi of prosecution. State vs. D, P. Dayton, of Naples, battery, James R\an, jomplainant, case set for January 2 McMANUS-COOLEDGE. Miss Addie McManus and Chas. Coo ledge, of iola, were united in marriage last Monday at the parlorc °* Casey, Rev. bather 'dficialing. 1 he bride and groom are prom inent young people at lola and are very ponular. They returned home on the afternoon train and met the hearty congratulations of many friends. The H kkald extends best wishes. Goods —\\ e have perfect suits that suit : perfectly and ready fur immediate Bonner Mercantile Co. I use. —The famous Elgin Jewelrj' handled at Hollinger's. guaranteed the best in the T. S. —Mr. and Mrs. McCabe, of Og j E. Callahan and P. H. Callahan, Mrs. McCabe being a sister of the Callahan brothers. den, are visiting the families of J. —See Irwing Bragg, or write to him, for anything you want in the line of stove wood. Fine dry wood, | Lady Shoe, factored by the Hamilton The American manu Brown Shae Co., is carried in stock on iy by the C. C Mercantile Co, The uloPt p()pular laGies shoe in the world. — Mr. and Mrs. Shnltis are en joying a visit from Mr. Shuliis father and mother. —The Copeland litigants sensibly d ®®* ded toarbitrate their differences, which they did and returned home, LIVERY ANdIeED STABLE., °\ F I rst 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. : : : : Bonners Ferry, WM. ELDERTON 0 et your Abstracts from the Panhandle Abstract Company (LIMITED) Katbdrum. Idaho PROMPT SER VICE 4*4 AL WA YS RELIABLE Information regaiding Real Estate furnished at reasonable rates. Surety Bonds, Tire Insurance, Conveyancing and notary Worn f H eado uarters -for H ats a/t the * : c» Milliners O Oui New Winter Millinery is Now on Display • MADAM JfO<RTH f RU r P. • » © —A ladies' silk or wo»d waist would make a nice Xmas gift, and you can get the best in town from B. M Co. for the least money. —The ladies of the M. E. church | will give a Box Social at the K of j P. Hall, on Wednesday evening, Decernl»«' 28. Each lady is re quested to bring a box with lunch for two, the boxes to be auctioned iff. A first and second prize •vill be awarded for the two handsomest j boxes. Musical and litenry pro- j Every one gram in connection. cordially invited. —See the big hat sale from now j now until the 31st Dec. ut Hcl Unger's. — Rev. Father Kelley of Rath drum, pastor of the Catholic church at this place, has been with us during the week. He has perform ed two inatriage ceremonies, will say High Mass tonight, Christmas e ve, and will hold the usual ser it being the date vices tomonow, of h> 9 regular appointment. dy in tow n 20 cte. to 25 cts. at the bakery. —Best and only home-made can --For fine, home-made Christ mas candies see Phillips, the baker — James Eutsler, a former res ident of the valley, and well known ah through this region, is reported as «hooting himself with suicidal where he has intent at Moscow, been living since he It ft here. The - ause of the ead deed is supposed to have been an infatuation for a woman. A bout six vears ago quite a few of the Eutsler family were located in the valley, girls and , .... . 6 boys, but all have lelt, the last one hein* John Currin. j j for the 1 i'tie 'oiks at Hollinger's. —See our line of toys, dolls etc. —ft r % • Odd-feliOW's Ra!l * Berners Terry. Idaho. Special Engagement of the DicK P. Sutton ShOW Company I Dec. 26. J u IB I • I I I 1 II Starting Band and Orchestra 2U Pcoj e New Specialities Moving Pictures „ New Plays S Band Parade Every Day at Noon S S*als on Sale at Bishops Drug Store—Prices 75 and 50 cent. w V J & [«] peilin B gloves, mittens, underwear, night gowns, wrappers, jackets/ baby cap8 at ac iual wholesale prices? 0 i ; , ,, ... , See these bargains at Hollinger's. — Did you know that Ladies' skirts, we jire s wen iers, — Special ex< r Les were conclut t ed yesterday in the Mora via school, taught by Miss Mary Dawson.