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Reid's Department Store's
Summer Clearance Sale J , I ! I Of All Low Cuts, Pumps, Oxfords r S» tew Everything in Summer footwear Goes > Per Cent Reduction This Sale includes Ladies', Men's aud Children's in Whites, Blacks and Tans. First come, first served, as some sizes are short. The Sale Is Now On Reid's Department Store 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 tlon during the month of July, his return the regular morning and evening services will be resumed. U. S. Crowder, pastor. Methodist Church Services Services will be held as follows dur On si A really good breakfast needs a fragrant cup of Crescent 99 Coffee to be complete and satisfying. ß kßJl\ M & Your grocer sells it. 25c for a pound, which makes forty or more cups of fine coffee. "1 r We Have Moved to New Quarters 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 I I I I WALDEN BROS. All Hinds of furnishings for Hen and Boys CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING Phone 133 J o o All that If you have anything you wish to sell you can find a buyer by adver Lame Shoulder This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles. is needed Is absolute rest and a few applications of Chamberlain's Linl meut. Try It. Using in the Bonners Ferry Herald. [ Local News Mrs. E. G. Watson went to Troy Sun day to visit with friends. Piano for sale. Easy payments. Inquire at Simonds' Drug Store. Good Stoddard Tire Shrinker for sale. Inquire of J. R. Meeker, City. H. S. Swanson has accepted a posi tion with W. O. Bosebaugh, at the Bosebaugh Cash Grocery. FOB RENT—A four room house, newly painted, $10 per month. In j quire of J. W. Held. I WANTED—Young pigs, six or eight I weeks old. Write price and weight. W. A. Leslie, box 124, city. I A dance will be held at the I. O. O. I F. hall at Porthill on Saturday night I for the benefit of the Red Cross. I Otto F. Mathiesen, assistant cashier j of the First State Bank, returned Sun I day from a two days business trip to Spokane. I Fine line of fishing tackle and j sportsmens supplies at the" C. D. Sl j monda. Drug Store. We sell fish and game licenses. Mr. and Mrs. Allan DeWolf, of Cran brook, B. C., are visiting at the home of Mr. DeWolt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. DeWolf. FOR SALE—Horse, 14 years old, weight about 1200 pounds, price $40. Inquire of J. J. Kindschuh, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Pat Moreland was arrested Sunday by Deputy Sheriff Fry, for drunken ness and was fined $10 in probate court yesterday by Judge Henderson. Harold Dehlbom, the ferryman at Copeland, went to Spokane last week and applied to enlist in the navy'. His application will be acted upon in the near future. The hearing of the case or the Mon ey-weight Scales company vs. D. P, Dayton, a replevin action, was contin ued yesterday in the probate court un til August 30th. FOB SALE—Indian two-speed mo tor cycle in good repair with complete equipment including electric lamp and horn. Inquire of J. J. Kindschuh Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Mrs. Otto F. Mathiesen is entertain ing a company of little folks this af ternoon at her home in Park addition, in honor of the birthday anniversary of her son. Glenn Edgar. J. W. Stewart, logging superintend ent of the Bonners Ferry Lumber com pany, returned Saturday from a sev eral days business trip to Nelson and other Canadian points on company business. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Dehlbom, of Copeland, at the Bonners Ferry hospital yesterday. Mr Dehlbom returned here Saturday from Nashua, Mont., where ho is operating a large ranch. J. C. Parker turned over $15.00 to the Red Cross yesterday, this money having been raised at the benefit dance given in the Cow Creek district Satur day evening in honor of the draft boys who left yesterday. Last week Fred Gumaer sold his Ford auto to Mrs. John Dehlbom, of Copeland. Mr. Gumaer has purchased a new car from the Crescent garage and Mr. Megquier expects to go to Spokane to get it today. JylGtt » 2tjulylG tf Mrs. A. C. Gay left Saturday for her former home at Lewiston, Ida., to spend a week visiting with her rela tives. Her brother is in the draft and left yesterday for Camp Lewis with the Lewiston contingent. A. C. Burris, who owns a ranch in the Myrtle creek district, returned last Thursday from Tacoma where he bought a residence and where he plans to move to in the near future, expecting to go to work in the govern ment ship yards. Leonard Butler and his mother, Mrs. Ada Butler, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Henderson, left today for Hot Springs, Mont., where Mr. Hen derson will take treatment for rheu matism, a week or ten days. Mrs. S. E. Henry returned Wednes day from a six weeks visit with friends and relatives at her former home, Grafton, N. Dak. from this district to attend the annual synod of the Lutheran church which was held at Biamark, S. Dak. The hardware firm of Richardson & Monks is delivering two new binders this week to local patrons, ing binder was sold to Henry Tank and a McCormick to John A. Peterson. Mr. Monks and C. W. Gunther are set ting up the new machines today. Mrs. Pat Sullivan and daughter, who are spending several weeks here as guests at the home of Mrs. Sullivan's daughter, Mrs. Douglas Palmer, were in Spokane and Coeur d Alene the past week visiting with friends and returned here yesterday, driving over with Jos. Jacoby in his auto. The members of the Entre Nous club were pleasantly entertained Friday ev ening at the home of Mrs. O. C. Wil son. played, Mrs. C. W. King winning the prize for the high score, a couple of pleasant hours at the card tables a dainty lunch was served. He is They plan to be gone about She was a delegate A Deer As usual, auction bridge was Following W. J. McGlocklin, for several years grocery clerk with Causton Bros., has resigned and plans to leave the 20th of August, with his family, for Tacoma where he will work in the government shipyards, have been respected residents hero for many years and they will be greatly missed among many scores of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Jacoby left Satur day in their auto for Spokane. Couer d Alerte city and St Maries where they will visit friends, turned home yesterday while his wife will remain for a week or more. They wore accompanied by Miss Agnes Rookey who will also visit friends In Spokane and Couer d Alene and with her brother, Joseph, at St. Maries. A quantity of dairy cows, a team of horses and all kinds of farm imple ments and household goods, the prop erty of A. M. Dorrah, will be sold at public auction on Saturday, July 27th at the Dorrah home next to the old creamery on the south down river road, I. Causton, auctioneer, sale starts at 1:30 p. m. and a free lunch will be served at 12:30. is an open sale and no reserve. Mr. and Mrs. McGlocklin Mr. Jacoby re The This Bernard Nystrom, of Moravia, has 1 gone to Klookmann to work for the summer at the Idaho-Continental mine Mrs. F. B. White and two boys, ai-j rived here last week from Malta, Mom to join Mr. White and make their per Mr. White is In charge of the men's furnishings at Itcid's Department store. A new double oven range of the latest type was installed in the kitchen of the International Dining Boom last week by W. W, Ferbrache. range was purchased through the H. B. Kinnear Hardware store. miment home* here. The new II. J. McCoy, assistant general man ager of the Bonners Ferry Lumber company, left last week for Portland Seattle and other coast points where he will spend a few days on company business. He made the trip by auto Charles Osberg. with the McGold rlck Lumber company, of Spokane, was a business visitor in the city Wednes day. and was foreman of the planning mill of the Bonners *Ferry Lumber com pany. Mr. Osberg formerly lived here Mrs. A. D. Mazzano left Wednesday for Klockmann where she will join her husband who is working for the Idaho-Continental company, been employed for several months as night cook at the International Dining Room. She has O. H. Campbell, proprietor of the. Sunny Brook farm, has timothy this year which will cut four tons to the Other crops are looking good acre. with the exception of the fruit which will be about half what it was last season. We are the sole agents for kodaks in this city. The only kodak on the market is that manufactured by the Eastman company. Let us show you the finest line of kodaks and kodak supplies to be found this side of Spok ane. Brody's Drug Store. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN:—A chestnut sorrel saddle horse, about 2 weeks ago: white strip on forehead; two white hind feet; old wire cut on right shoulder; forefeet shod. Re ward for information or return to Plato Bros., Bonners Ferry, Ida. Edward Peterson, son of Mr.' and Mrs. B. Martin Peterson, of Moravia enlisted in the navy in Spokane last Tuesday. He came homo Wednesday to get ready to go and reported again in Spokane on Friday. He will be sent at once to Mare Island, Cali. Last week the members of the local camp of Modern Woodmen presented a handsome wrist watch to Larue Mc Pherson in token of their respect and esteem for him. Mr. McPherson is a member of the camp and left yester day for Camp Lewis with the draft contingent. Beginning with the present quarter the fourth class postmasters of the United States are scheduled to receive an advance in compensation amount ing to about 50 or 60 per cept. They are now to receive 100 per cent of the first $80 of cancellation and 60 per cent of the next $100. R. W. King, time-keeper for the A C. White camps, left Thursday even ing for Spokane w'here he will remain a few days packing his household goods preparatory to making his par liament home at the Colony. He re turned to the camps yesterday and was accompanied by Mrs. King. Francis Berger is the new baggage master at the Great Northern depot, Helmar Bangs having resigned his position with the idea of enlisting in the army or navy in the near future He is working temporarily for the City Transfer in the place of LaRue Mc Pherson who was with the last draft contingent. W. C. Reid, janitor of the county 1 courthouse, is arranging for a spar ring contest between Lyman Castle, of McArthur and Frank Gillard, of this city, the proceeds to go to the local Red Cross. It is understood that both men are willing to give an exhibition and from reports of their ability in this line the match should attract a large crowd. tt NOTICE TO VOTERS The attention of the voters of Boundary County is again called to the necessity of registering in order to be able to vote at the fall elec tions, September 3rd and November 6th, 1918. Attention is specifically called to Section 5, Chapter 44 of the 1917 Session Laws, which reads as follows: "Sec. 5. All persons offering to vote at any election are subject to challenge, as provided by election laws, but registration of any elector's name is prima facie evidence of his right to vote, and no person shall vote unless lie Is first registered." BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS SIONERS, Boundary County, Idaho. By H. II. Elder, Clerk. jly9 3t NOTICE All those who subscribed to the Red Cross fund fn the recent drive and are pledged to make monthly payments should make all checks payable to the treasurer of the drive, Roy Voshmlk, and should give or mail the same to him. A. J. Kent, Chairman. Union Church Notice The church has granted the pas tor a month's vacation which will he taken after next Sunday, ject of the morning sermon will be: "The Wings of a Dove." be the last preaching service until August 18th. will be held at the usual hour, 10 o' clock, services. d The sub This will The Sunday School You are all invited to these G. H. Wilbur, Pastor QUOTATIONS We are paying the following prices F. O. B. Spokane for week ending July 27. 1918 Butter Fat.. Hens, 4 pounds and over, alive... ,22c Hens, smaller,.. ... Old Roosters,. Broilers,. Young Ducks,. Old Ducks,. Geese Veal, No. 1, dressed, Hogs. No. 1, dressed, Hides, COMMERCIAL CREAMERY CO. Spokane, Wash. 4Sc 20 c 13c 25c 2, 5e 22 e ISe He 18c Market i 6? -i I V. ^ ; u This Bank— Managed by Officers of integrity and ability, Directed by citizens of recognized responsi bility and business ability, Operated under National regulations. This Institution, as a member of the Fed eral Reserve System, surrounds its patrons with every safeguard and is equipped with the most comprehensive and efficient bank ing service. r THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO 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 health. be expelled are absorbed into the system, producing headache and in digestion. Iain's Tablets will move the bowels. A few doses of Chamber strengthen the digestion and blve you a chance to realize the real joy of living. Try it. Young Calves Wanted—Inquire at the Casey Hotel, of Mrs. Schaffer, tf FOR SALE—Shafting and pulleys, in good condition. Cheap. Inquire at the Herald office. FOR SALE—New 3 wagon. over, Copeland, Idaho. ir Inch Shuttler N. R. Sei tf Price, $90.00. N Facilities for fitting glasses Every up-to-date aid for the accurate fitting of glasses is provided in Howe's optical de partment. All the modern scientific instru ment's required for examining eyes and test ing vision are here. A n experienced, careful optometrist, licensed by the state board of optometry, will take care of you. Charges are fair and reasonable. It is a safe and economical place at which to buy glasses. O. F. Howe Jeweler and Optometrist Edison Phonographs ®L Records J % 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. t 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. VERV SPECIÂL-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 Eggs, Wood and Cedar Posts. Brown's Dept. Store Mrs. Burn's Letter Here is a letter that is certain to P rove of interest to people in this vi clnity, as cases of this sort occurr in almost every neighborhood, and peo P le should know What to do in like circumstances: Savannah, Mo., Oct. 12, 1916. "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhea Remedy about nine years ago and it cured me of flux (dysentery), the same compliant some three or four years ago and a few doses of this remedy cured me. mended Chamberlain's Colic and Dia. rrhea Remedy to dozens of people I had another attack of I have recom since I first used it." - Mrs. H. S. Lee returned to her home at Sandpoint Thursday after having visited for several days with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Little.