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Dtz & Dunn Shoes
For ladies McCall I ; I I I Patterns Outinp Hanne!» Lights and Dark» 3 2k yd WHITE at 35c yd. j I These were bought before the advance in prices, so we can sell them at less than wholesale today. This price is guaranteed till Saturday night, September 21, but not after that date. REID'» DEPARTMENT »TORE Holeproof Hosiery for the family Florsheim Shoes for the Man Who Cares I • LOOKING AFTF.R A 8IXTÏ TWO ROOM HOUSE NO TASK FOR ■•AW my m r . .now and can Ha!" .'"'.r Ä Ä made such a wonderful change in my condition that they are simply amazed at my improvement," said Mrs. Ella La Plant, who conducts a laçge room -1 ing house at 412 Puyallup Avenue, Tacoma, Washington, the other day. "For the past twelve years," she continued, "I had been in a terribly rundown condition, and during that whole time, hardly a day passed that I did not suffer from awful headaches. I had no appetite at all and what lit IMPROVEMENT AMAZES FRIENDS MRS. LA PLANT NOW n :: V Bargains in Second-Hand Auto Tires ... H }> £ it : J.t ! y : ; Following is a list of some of tbe second-hand automobile tires we have on hand which we will sell at very low prices: Two Gates Half Sole 31 by 3*. One Federal Straight-side 34 by 4. One Vaccum Cup, 32 by 3i. One nearly new Goodrich, 32 by 3b Also bargains in second-hand auto tubes. Gasoline 30c per gallon : :: ; ; : ; : ; y :: u 4 . ... « •j te K : The Parks Highway Garage I. B. NEILL, Prop. : : I :;s m Shoes for Men and Boys Fruit Jars Our men's and boys' department is complete* New goods arriving every day* Call and look over our stock before purchasing elsewhere* The stock consists of a large assortment selected to give long wear and perfect sat isfaction. Get our prices. We have one of the most complete lines of glass and stone jars for canning pur poses. Our prices are right. Make your purchases now before the supply is gone as jars are hard to get. Only a few Days left to Outfit Your Boy for School Days Everything You Need We have a fine line of boys' shoes, hats, caps, shirts, stockings, and a very select assort ment of boys' suits. Call and!aspect Our Line of Men's Pants . Prices as Cheap as Overalls . Causton Brothers « All Kinds of Emits and Vegetables. Call and Get Our Prices. Phone 73 tie I forced down would ferment in my stomach and disWeas me fw hours My kidneys were out of order and wor ried me night and day and my nerves were so unstrung that, after going to bed, any little sound, even the rust ling of a newspaper would awaken (me with a start and it would be some time before I could drop off to sleep 'again. I had a very large house to look after and I was so weak and mis erable that a couple of hour's work ÄiÄÄrhe ^ J°the dav have to quit tor the rest of the day. «UJ™ ft .ÄÄ 1 10,1 ' ' "I spent all the money I had on nourishments and treatments that did me no good, and I had about given up hope of ever getting well. when I i (began to read about the good Tanlac was doing others and I thoughtl might as well try it. -Well. sir. the way I began to pick up right after starting on it, surprised even me, (or after ex perience with other medicines I did not expect such quick results. My appetite is just flne-too fine- the wav Äs are now, (or I feel hungry nTost all the time. My kidneys don't both er me at all now and I am rid of that terrible backache at last. Tho'se aw-1 (ul headaches are all gone, too, which Is a grand relief, besides I sleep all night like a child and (eel so strong and rested in the morning when I get S up. that I don't mind at all, the work I have to do in looking after a sixty two room house full of people. My lÄVr.Ä/ Tanl " and 3ays he is Just feeling fine." 'S B! - : Mrs. R. E. Clapp and L. E. Tesarlk "'ere called to Spokane* Wednesday by the death of their father, J. M. Tes- ( arik, at Sharon. Wash. The deceased i is survived by four sons and a daugh ter. The members of the Ladies' Aid so ciety of the Union church held a re ception at the church Friday night in honor of the teachers of the schools of this vicinity and the newc -»mers to tms community, grr.m was rendered and a pleasant social evening passed at the conclus ion of which delicious refreshments v.tre served. A delighUal pro This is not only one of the best and most efficient medicines for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough but it is also pleasant to lake, which Is important when a medicine must be given to young children. Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy has been in use tor many years and has met with much favor wherever its good qualities have become known. (Tiiinibcrlaln's Cough Remedy Many mothers have given it their unqualified endorsement. Wm. Scruby, Chillicothe, Mo., writes, I have raised three children, have al . . , . , _ . _ ways used Chamberlains Cough Hein edy and found it to be the best for coughs, colds and croup. It is pleas adults and children like It. My wife and I always felt safe from croup with it in the house. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy contains no opium or other narcotic. Local News Inquire of T. J. Team for sale. Jones. FOR SALE—One 1914 Ford touring car in good condition Inquire of Forest Bush. City. POUND Two keys. Owner may have the same by applying at this office and paying for this ad. Miss Lizzie Mahoney left Sunday for Portland, Oreg., where sha plans to make her future home. The Ladies' Aid society of the Luth eran church will meet on Thursday af ternoon at the homo of Mrs. Hartvig Dahlen. Miss Hose Dunning left Sunday for Troy, Mont., to accept a position with the Great Northern Ry. company as ' yard clerk. Novlc LOST—Silver pin. lawn tennis de sign, between Main street and hall Finder please leave at Herald * Itc park. office and receive reward. Last week O. R. Stookey purchased | a Ford runabout equipped with a de- ! livery box, which he will use in mak ing deliveries from his store. Miss Mildred Libert, teacher of the Dover, Idaho, school, visited here Sat urday and Sunday at the home of her. friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gay. Joe Burke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm, ! Burke, left Sunday for Sandpoint where he will make his home with Fr. Kelly and attend school this winter. \ FOR SALE—Six head of heavy work horses, weighing from 1400 to 1500 pounds each, in fine condition, sell cheap for cash. Ralston. Lenia, Ida. WANTED—To rent, a piano. In quire of Mrs. L. N. Brown, City. Itc Mrs. Gnnder Hansen and daughter, of Naples, were business visitors in the city last Tuesday. Will ; Inquire of G, A. tf The Ladies' Aid society of the Union church will meet in the church par !? rH Wednesday afternoon; Mesdames Barne y Wooledge, G. H. Wilbur and ; Mrs - stroh will entertain. E. B. Schlette, of the Curley Creek ! district brought his aged mother to the Bonners Ferry hospital Saturday; for treatment. Mr. Schlette is a for-1 est ranger, stationed at Copeland. j Ingwer, Thomsen returned from ' Camp Lewis last Thursday, having been rejected for service on account of a , r; eak ? e .Ä. r m hi * duties as teller at the First National , M .,n,.,a. .. ^ Sil ! »'"g "on, A.mr,. wh.r. Ï.S Ä« working in the government ship yards t° r the past eight months. He will spend a two weeks vacation here visit ln K with friends, W. L. Kinnear, Emery Kinnear and W. F. Kinnear left Wednesday in W. F. 1 Kinnear's auto for a ten days or two weeks auto trip to Canadian points. The party took camping paraphernalia and planned to hunt and fish enroute.) Shippers of Baled Hay desiring the services of the Wilson steamboat and barge please notify Wilson Steamboat Company, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Give date when you will be ready for barge and number of tons. Sept 242t Your home is not complete without; a Columbia Phonograph. the exclusive agency for this wonder ( ful musical instrument and can place it in any style in your home on the easy payment plan. Store. Wm. Maughan and daughter. Mrs. A. W. D'Arcy, left Saturday for Port- j land where Mr. Maughan expects to join one of the shipyard Mrs. D'Arcy will join her husband win We have Simonds' Drug hands and ; is now working In one of the ship ( yards. j Frank Rowlo, the deaf and dumb son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rowlo, i eavea todav for the state school for the rtoaf and bllnd at Gooding. Mrs. r ow ] 0 expects to leave soon for Sand po i n t to spend the winter with her dau hter Mrs McGill Mrs. Fred Dashiell, of Spokane, Miss I Della Prell, of Pullman. Wash., both sisters of Charles Prell, and Miss Mary Keenan, of the Culbertson-Grote-Ran ! kin store of Spokane, were visitors last week at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Prell in the Cow Creek district. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker and daughter, of Hartline, Wash., arrived here lust Wednesday to spend a few days visiting at the home of Mrs. Walker's brother, M. F. McAnelly, of Copeland. way home after a trip to Iowa and other middle west states. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ratcliff and daughter, of Wastuckna, Wash., have been visiting here for a couple of weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Delbert Fry and Dennis Ratcliff. Mrs. Fry is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Ratcliff and M. S. Ratcliff and I Dennis Ratcliff are brothers. In a recent letter to a friend in Spokane, David Nelson, formerly of ! Addie where he was foreman for the (Inland Empire Paper company, writes that he is now in France and is enjoy ing soldiering. ; is "Pvt. David Nelson, Headquarters Company, 346 F. A., A E. F. Engineer Cave states that material has been ordered and that as soon as It arrives a new out tall for the city sewerage system from the last manhole to the river, will be construct For several weeks past the sew erage from the septic tank has been pumped with a gasoline engine. The visitors are on their His present, address ed. J. M. Pate, accompanied by his son. J. L. Pate, arrived here last Wednes day from Sheridan. Wyo. J. M. Pate will remain here this winter as the guest of his daughter. Mrs. O. S. Davis,; in hopes that the mild winter climate of this district will prove beneficial to his health. His son, J. L. Pate, returned yesterday to Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gwinn and daughter, Miss Lucille, left Thursday I for their home at Jamestown. N. Dak., ■ where Mr. Gwinn is a dispatcher (or the N. P. Ry. company, spent several weeks here visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wil Mr. Gwinn states that N, Dakota people are not well pleased with the non-partisan league regime and that; this year the republicans and demo crats of the state will fuse in the ef fort to put the non-partisans out of power. The visitors son. r 4 S The Hun Said: America wouldn't fight—we were un prepared-unable to land an army in Europe—equally unable to maintain it there —- altogether unwilling to finance a great war. We Have Answered: Force to the utmost! More than a million men across the seas and as many more on their way! More ships! More guns! More supplies! Billions for defense but not one cent for tribute! » . . ! THE FIRST. NATIONAL BANK l BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO For u Weak Stomach berlain's Tablets in a multitude of The great relief afforded by Cham , , . , ca8e8 ha8 fuU y proven the * reat vaIue of this preparation for a weak stom ach and impaired digestion. In many! cases this relief has become permanent' and the sufferers have been complete ly restored to health. . This is your chance to get the best! peaches on the market for canning See the fancy Albertas at Brown's Department Store. Rush your order. Mail orders elven r, r o m nt and care ™attSn.fWe , M i ns (. hrenkno-e and o»v nnrcels E » " ïÔEff' Sî" ÄST ££, Idaho.—adv-tf. _________ Buy your new watch aL once The watch factories, according to Harry L. Brown of the Waltham Company, who addressed the National Wholesale Jewelers' Association, are working on a "hand-to-mouth basis." Shortage of labor and govern ment contract work have cut down production heavily. Demand is far beyond daily production. Prices advanced * are due very soon. Having foreseen this condition, we have made extra efforts to build up our watch stock. When you come here, you will not realize there is a tremendous shortage of watches. We have splendid selections in all grades of the best makes. Prices range from $6.00 to $50.00. j O. F. Howe Jeweler and Optometrist Edison Phonog'raphs C0L Records J V EALL I» HERE And to fulfill our obligations to our patrons, we have the following lines to offer— BEDDING DEPARTMENT 11-4 Heavy Cotton Blankets. Full Size Shoddy Comforts. Full Size Cotton Comforts. Full Size Wool Comforts. Full Size Down Comforts. 11-4 All-Wool Blankets. 5-lb. All-Wool Blankets. 11-4 Wool Nap Blankets. »HOE DEPARTMENT Billy Buster Shoes for Boys in dress and work leathers . $4.00 and $4.25 Also Cutter High Tops. .. $5.50 For Girls those Security and Mayer Shoes can't be beaten. A few Ladies' High Cuts left. Ladies, for comfort ask for Martha Washington Shoes. Onr line of Men's Shoes was never more complete in both work and dress shoes. RUBBERS —Our stock of Rubbers is here ready for that rainy weather. $ 4.00 3.00 4.25 9.00 18.50 8.00 . 10.00 5.00 Bath Robe Material, OOc yd. Night Robe Outings, 45c yd. | | One price to all. All goods marked in plain figures. Cash Paid for Eggs, Hay, Grain and Cordwood. Brown's Dept Store Attention School Children—The Fif teen Cent Store has a fine large stock of the very best values obtainable In , )en and ink tablets, pencils, pens. ,. , . ... , , ln * 8 and everthlng you need tor your school work. Come in and see. Auctioneer—1 am an auctioneer of tong experience and am open to en gagements at all times in any part of the^county. I Causton, Bonners Ferry, Idaho.—adv-tf. For diarrhoea in children one year or older you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Colic and Dlar u n ..... . , , - ««on a. a. .h. «r.. nnn.t ural looseness of the bowels appears, Diarrhoea In Children It should be kept at hand castor oil.