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Ladies' Wash Skirts In Linens, Beach Cloths Gabardines In sizes 23 to 38 waists Prices $2.00 to $3.75 A NICE: NEW LINE JUST ARRIVED TAKE A LOOK REID'S DEPARTMENT STORE The Biq Store with the Reasonable Prices 4 Methodist Church Services Services will be held as follows dur the month of July: Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. each Sunday and prayer meeting at 8.00 p. m. The official board has granted the pastor a vaca tion during the month of July. On his return the regular morning and evening services will be resumed. U. S. Crowder, pastor. r ? bs' f v Don't neglect the lawn! W HEN good old So I turns his piercinggazc upon your lawn —turn the hose on the lawn! Rubber hose — the kind that sprinkles from the nozzle (not the sides) —is now ready for our customers. Furnished in all lengths. Let us measure up your requirements. Spor tarnen' a y Headquarters W Trap shooters and Hunters Will he interested in our Remington EMC Une of shotguns, rifles and shot shells. Always a big and complete stock. 4 Richardson & Monks o & wßs&smzm We Have Moved to m New Quarters r I » Forced by our growing business to acquire larger quarters, we have now moved into the brick build ing recently purchased by us and formerly occu pied by the Bixler Bakery. Here we will be glad to welcome all our old customers and those new ones who will favor us with their patronage. We will be able to display our stock to much bet ter advantage in the new building and it will be much easier to make your selections here. We are rapidly increasing our stock of men's and boys' clothing. Step in and look over our new quarters and let us show you what we have in Light Weight Underwear, Summer Hats and Caps, Summer Suits, Etc. I 1 i WALDEN BROS. All Hind» of Furnishings for Hen and Boys CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING Phone 133 J Sm o o /* j Mrs Roache will demonstrate Ma [ zola at Brown's on Wednesday, Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, Local News You can buy all kinds of Kodaks and Cameras and photogrimhic supplies at the Simonds' Drug/Sk) L. M. Hinthorn, a wellknown farmer of Shiloh, passed through town Wed nesday on his way to Copeland where he spent the Fourth. For Sale Very Cheap—1916 Ford, five passenger, thoroughly hauled and in firstda Two new Goodyear y of J. B. Brody, Bonners Dr. L. J. Stauffer has located In Sandpoint where he is associated with Dr. McKinnon. Dr. Stauffer was as sociated with Dr. Fry here about three years ago. re. over 6 condition, es. Inquire Ferry. tf FOR SALE—Indian two-speed mo tor cycle In good repair With complete equipment including Idoctrlc lamp and horn. Inquire of J f *-^. Kindschuh Bonners Ferry, Idaho; Miss Mary Peterson, of Chateau, Mont., is here on her summer vacation, and is visiting with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Martin Peterson, of Moravie, and her cousin, Miss Freda Peterson of this city. Mrs. E. C. Gale, accompanied by her grandson, Claire Gale, left Wednesday for Sampsonton. Alberta, to spend a few weeks visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Homer Gano. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson, of Spokane, arrived here last week to visit at the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. A V. Hemming, the Lincoln Trust company of Spo kane. Mr and Mrs W D Baxter and Mr. J I. Monks, all former residents hera and now of Spokane, motored here Sunday to spend a few days visiting at the home of Mr. Monk's son and Mrs. Baxter's brother, H. J. Monks, tf Mr. Atkinson is with Mail orders given prompt and care ful attention. We guarantee them against breakag^ and pay parcels ! post or expressscharges. Send your ! next order for oHmî sundries to Si | monds' Drug Stork, Bonners Ferry, 1 Idaho.—adv-tf. WANTED— Aâtmfl Write Ben BeagfV, 1 riding saddle. Lenia, Idaho. George R. Gray returned Wednesday from a few days business trip to Spo kane. It FOR SALE—Fitzpatrick's "K", one Write Ben Beach % man stump pu Lenia, Idaho. It Fine line of fishing tackle and sportsmens supplies at the C. D. Si monds Drug'Stqre. game license^ ^ Mrs. T. J. Jones left Sunday for a week's visit with friends in Spokane and with her daughter, Vera, who is attending the summer normal school at Lewiston. We sell fish and FOR SALE— E. M. F. auto, with de livery box attachment; in first class condition. Cheap, \lnquire of C. C Smith, P. O. Box lOfl/sBonners Ferry Idaho. • ite Miss Hilda Brinkworth, stenograph er for the Eirst National Bank, is spending her vacation visiting with her parents at Greenacres, Wash. Mrs. Mary Sullivan, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Leota, arrived here Thursday to visit for some time at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Douglas Palmer. P. H. Callahan left Sunday tor Rose Lake, Idaho, where he is in the em ploy of the Shoshone Lumber com pany, after having spent a few days here visiting with his family. FOR SALE—Four months old bull, thoroughbred and registered Guern sey, for $150 witK, five percent dis Llberty bonds. count if paid for w Inquire of W. R. Hoagland, Moravia, F. H. Watson, manager of the Beth lehem Gold Mines, of the Copeland dis trict, was in Spokane last week attend ing a meeting of the officers and the stockholders of the company. Allen Lewis and Harry Giuhler, of Butte, Mont., left Saturday for coast points after having visited here for a few days with their friend, Fred Causton. We are the sole agents for kodaks The only kodak on the agufactured by the in this city, market is that Eastman compaiivy Let us show you the finest line q) supplies to be fgu ane. Brody's' Drug Store. kodaks and kodak i this side of Spok tf Dean Norton left Friday for Spokane where he will try to enlist in the navy. If he is not accepted In the navy he will go the the harvest fields and work until he is called by the local draft board. II. L. Ramthun,and family, of Cen tralia. Wash., returned home Thurs day after a few days visit here at the home of Mr. Ramthun's sister, Mrs. Edgar Charles, conductor on the Northern Pacific railway. Mr. Ramthun is a Auctioneer Causton will conduct sale at Fitzpatrick's barn at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon of July 13th for J. N. Norton, at which time work hors es, wagons and all kinds of farm im plements and household goods will be sold to the highest bidders, ual terms are offered, will act as clerk. Mrs. H. S. Remer and daughters, Mrs. George Bush and Miss Alwilda, left Wednesday for Sandpoint after a few days visit here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bush, are former residents of this city. Mrs Bush resides at Wallace. Ida., Miss Laura Smith arrived here last Wednesday to take charge of the city office of the Western Union telegraph company, succeeding Miss Duff who was promoted to the Sandpoint office. Miss Smith's home Is at Grangeville, and she has been working for the Western Union at Lewiston. F. L. Danquist returned Wednesday to his home at Addie after having worked for some time at his trade of painting for H .W. Bliss, companied home by his little daughter who recently underwent an operation at the Bonners Ferry hospital for ap pendicitis. Mrs. H. A. Galt received a letter last week from her husband, Harry Gale who is a top sergeant of an aviation squadron at the Wilbur Wright Field, Fairfield, Ohio, in which he stated that he had already made two flights and that the sensation was not greatly dif ferent from riding In a launch on the Kootenai river except on the decents when his stomach felt as it it was near the top of his head. ■ I The us F. A. Shu It is All three now He was ac If you have anything you wish to 1 sell you can find a buyer by adver tising in the Bonners Ferry Herald. Alec Wylet. who is operating n tie camp near Porthill, was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Mrs. L. V. Duvall returned last Tuesday from a two weeks visit with her daughter in Spokane. Fred G. Chambers of Copeland, was a business visitor in the city last Tues day. Mrs. George Fry left Wednesday fori Coeur d Alene where she planned to visit with friends and relatives for a few days. Frank Danquist. of Addie, was a business visitor In the city last Wed-| nesday. W. W. Ferbrache, proprietor of the International Dining Room, motored to Spokane Tuesday returning the same day. Mrs. J. R. Meeker and children left Wednesday for Milan, Wash., where they will visit for a week with friends Mr, Meeker joined his family there on the Fourth. Camp No. 17, of the Bonners Ferry Lumber company, has been discon tinued and the equipment was taken to the Perry Wilson camp in the Tom Hooker district on Saturday. When you are hot and thirsty re member that the coolest and most up to-date Ice cyWm parlors in the county are to be found at Simonds' Drug Store. All/tmt latest drinks; quick) service. ' Dr. E. E. Fry was called to Lenia Wednesday to attend George McCor mack who cut his foot severely with an axe Wednesday afternoon. Miss Kathleen Callahan returned home Sunday from Spokane where she had been visiting with friends for the past six weeks. FOR SALE—Horse, 14 years old, weight about 120« pounds, price $40. Inquire of J. J. kindschuh, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. / N 2tjulyl6 The Ladies' Aid society of the Union church will meet at the church par lors Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock. Mrs. Winnie Jarvis, Mrs. J. W. Knowles and Mrs. W. F. Kinnear will entertain. FOR SALE—Black team of mare colts, four and five years old, weight. 1200 pounds. Leonard Butler, tnqptre or address Dinners Ferry, Ida Itc ho. Joe Banning received a card Friday from Thomas Lynch who told that he was in Chicago with a troop train and had been four days on the road. The detachment left Camp Lewis on July 1st. Mrs. John Lynch, of this city. Dave Forsythe, who enlisted in Spo kane some weeks ago and who is now stationed at Fort Wright, spent the Fourth here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Callahan with his daughter, Evelyn, along fine and says the army Is the on ly life. Tom is the son of Mr. and "Dave" is getting Henry J. Olson, a former Bonners Ferry boy who went to Camp Lewis with one of the recent draft contin gents. spent his Fourth of July fur lough visiting friends here and re turned Saturday to Camp No. 1, of the Coats-Pordney Co., near Aberdeen Wash., where he is with the 413th Squadron getting out spruce lor gov ernment aeroplane production. Mrs. E. H. Wells tells the Herald editor this week that she has had very good success with sheep the past sea son, as well as the ranchers of the Copeland and Porthill and north bench districts. Wells shipped to the Spokane market 335 pounds of wool clipped from 31 head of sheep which they believe will bring around 53 cents per pound. Last week Mr. and Mrs TEACHER'S EXAMINATIONS Teacher's examinations for all clas ses of certificates, both state and coun ty, will be held beginning July 25th in the Court house, Bonners Ferry Idaho, under the charge of Mrs. C. W Flood, County Superintendent o£ Schools. Lame Shoulder This ailment Is usually caused by All that rheumatism of the muscles, is needed is absolute rest and a few applications of Chamberlain's Lini ment. Try it. FARM IY TREAT TURKEY FOR CHOLERA Isolate Affected Birds in House Re mote From Other Poultry Build ings—Give Creolin. The word Is used to cover a num ber of intestinal disorders, but chol era is a contagious germ disease and Is practically Incurable, birds which show any symptoms of the disease in a house remote from other poultry buildings and one which can be easily and thoroughly disin fected. Give the birds a few drops of creolin or sulpho-nnpthol in their drinking water, just enough to turn It faintly milky. Give the birds a one thousandth of a grain tablet of cor rosive sublimate every "three hours. Feed sparingly on soft easily digested food. All badly affected birds should be killed by a blow on the head with out drawing blood and then burned. Rake up and burn all litter used In the house and runs occupied by in fected birds. Spray the runs and all parts of the building with a creolin or sulpho-nnpthol solution, one table spoonful to two gallons of water. The runs should also be plowed frequently. Place all I 1 4m - « \ < ! ; | Legal Receipts The policy of paying all bills by check permits of no argument as to-the payment or non-payment of a cer tain obligation. If the transaction has been completed, it is recorded in the check book stub. The returned cancelled check is your legal receipt. This is the protection automatically afforded in the handling of money matters through a Checking Ac count with this Institution. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO Ihmmmi J The Joy of Living To enjoy life we must have good No one can hope to get much real pleasure out. of life when his bowels are clogged a good share! of the time and the poisons that should be expelled are absorbed into the! system, producing headache and In digestion. Iain's Tablets will move the bowels strengthen the digestion and hive you a chance to realize the real joy of living. health. Young Calves Wanted—Inquire at the Casey Hotel, of Mrs. Schaffer, tf wMj oat u- . FOR SALE-Shafting and pulleys C/ eap. «(I e w 3% inch Shuttler 890.00. N. R. Sei Idul A few doses of Chamber Try It. in good condition, at the Herald office. FOR SALE— Ne wagon. Price, over, Copeland, ho. u % r ïleep watcK over your children's eyes The full grown eye is almost a perfect sphere. It does not reach this full development until after the child has begun school work. Parents ought to have an optometrist examine the eyes of their children. Only in this way can the exact condition of the eyes be found out, and proper care be taken of them. Glasses will often help a slow growing eye to de velop properly without being strained by school work. In a year or two the glasses can be left off completely. Howe makes a specialty of examin ing children's eyes. O. r. Howe Jeweler and Optometrist Edison Phonographs CEL Records J V* Canning Season Has started. Not many strawberries but cherries are fine. We have a nice lot of Royal Anns on hand. Bings and Pie Cherries will be in after the 4th. Our stock of Fruit Jars, Covers and Rubbers is complete. The Sugar Regulation allows up to 100 pounds pro vided you have fruit on hand, but you can buy in less quantities as you procure the fruit and sign for what you get. So get busy with the cherries. LADIES' SHOES We wish to call special attention to our line of Ladies' Dress Shoes as we feel they are a little better in quality and price. VERY SPECIAL—Hamilton Brown High Cut, White Duck Shoes With oak soles, really the best white duck shoe ever shown here at $ 5.00 A complete line of canvas shoes for Men, Boys, Girls and Children. A new line of Hats for Men and Boys. Army Shoes for Men. Taffeta and Messaline Silks in a good range of colors at $ 1.75 yard 36 inches wide. We want your Kggs, Wood and Cedar Posts. Brown's Dept. Store I NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Stale of Idaho, County of Boundary, ss. In the Probate Court of said County. In the matter of the estate of Frank j Gillard, Deceased. Pursuant to an order of said Court, made on the 17th day of June, 1918, notice is hereby given that Wednesday, the 3rd day of July, 1918, at 10.00 o'clock a. m., of said day, at the Court room of said Court, at the County I Court House, in the Village of Bon ners Ferry, County of Boundary, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said Frank | Gillard, deceased, and for the hearing I of the application of Matilda Gillard ; for the ^ Buance t0 her of Letters Testamentary when and where any ! person interested may appear and 1 contest the i same. Dated the 17th day of June, 1918. E. R. Henderson, Clerk.