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McCall Patterns Introductory dale Of Virginia Dare Dresse» In order to introduce this new line of Jersey and French Serge dresses, we offer them to you on Special Sale \ Thursday and Friday, December 5tb and $19.10 $21.25 $23.25 $25.50 $29.85 6tb $22.50 Jersey or Serge Dresses at $25.00 $27.50 $30.00 $85.00 I < < ^ < < i i i i i i i t i i i * i i . i i < These prices for two days only REID'S DEPARTMENT STORE Tracer-. ex.mlm.Uon. tor all eta.. es of certificates, both state and coun ty, will be held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 19, 20 and 21, in the courthouse Bonners Ferry. Id aho, under the charge of Mrs. C. W. Flood. County Superintendent of Schools. The following schedule will be ob served: TEACHER'S EXA M I NATIONS THURSDAY—8:30-10:10 a. m.—Arith metic, English Literature. 10:10-12:00 a. m.—Geography, Phys ics or Botany. 1:00-2:30 p. m.— Idaho History. 2:40-3:40 p. in,—Heading. 3:50-4:50 p. m.—Orthography. * "l 9S Men's and Boys' Furnishings Shoes Hats 0 a Klothing Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing Bonners Ferry. Idaho We Have installed for Your Protection the Hoffman Sanitary Cleaning and Clothes Pressing Machine a We invite our It is our purpose to give you prompt service and guaranteed satisfaction. out-of-town customers to mail their clothes to us and they will receive the same attention as called-for work. 11V give it. Call No. .? for Service. r Attention, Loggers and Tie Men ! . We are prepared to take care of all your needs in the way of loggers' and tie men's supplies. Quality goods at lowest prices. Kelly and Lippincott's Chopping Axés Barton Broad Axes Royal Chinook Cross Cut Saw s Files, Chains, Peevies, Etc. Full Line of Logging Sleighs I I ; Jr lr Isnt Alright - Bring Jt Back E.L. LITTLE' GL. ' -PHONE 57 HARÛNARE - GROCERIES-FURNISHINGS L J ! 5:00-6:30 p. m.—English Compost u °" FRIDAY—8:30-10:10—Grammar and Elementary Composition. Principles of Teaching. l0:20-f2:00 a. m.-U. S. Civil Gov 1 eminent. Algebra. 1:00-2:30 p. in.—Physiology and Hy giene, Sociology, Educational Phsy chology, Mediaeval and Modern Hts tory or English History. | 2:40-3:40 p. m.—Penmanship, Home Economics. j 3:50-4:50 p. m.—Agriculture. 5:00-6:30 p. m.—American Litera- I Reading Circle Work. ; ture. SATURDAY—8:30-10:10 a. m.— 'United States History, Civic and i School Hygiene. !,rät°l«n°' HuS Ic"o 7 cîr"i«f»"ÏJ pf,! Lioà 1C en eranhv |.aa «.on n m__Tdahn rivii Pnvern s iu 00 i j Fntrlish Comn osUi t on (St ' at0 Certlflckte). History of Education J ,,. 4 ' n , m * Pmirnc nf qtndv p. m.-Llbrary Science! 5 - 00 - 6 '30 p in —General Science = —; -;--—; Your home is not complete without a Columbia Phonograph. We have D 16 exclusive agency for this wonder f u l ntusical instrument and can place it in any style in your home on the [easy payment plan. Simonds' Drug ^ ore THANKSGIVING DAY PROGRAM EXERCISES ON MAIN STREET ARE CARRIER OUT ACCORDING TO ANNOUNCED PLANS MUSIC AND SEVERAL ADDRESSES Large Crowd Gives Thanks for the Coining of Peace Sickness, the fear of contracting the Spanish Influenza and the cold weath er prevented many from attending the open air Thanksgiving Day célébra- : tion Thursday morning on Main street, never-the-less there were several hun jdred people on hand to enjoy a care fully arranged and well carried out program. The exercises began with the sound- j Ing of "reveille" by Clare Yahne who also concluded the program with the' sounding of "taps", the Bonners Ferry schools,, acted as chairman. The Boundary county service flag and "Old Glory" were unfurled side by side. It was planned to fly the flags of the Allies but these were de layed in shipment from the east and it was impossible to get them In any of the western cities, county service flag contained stars for 275 men who enlisted from the coun Six of these stars are gold to represent those who died in the ser vice of their country. Following the flag raising Walden's band played several selections, was the first public appearance of this organization and everyone commented upon the manner in which the young musicians were able to play. Supt. Kerr, of The Boundary ty. h . ,, „ Tr ..... Ur dIÄ S' tïe S.r.elu..: God Save the King and the Maple Leaf Forever. national atrs of the Allies and Canada ^rmly ap,. laude, 1 the program was band music by the Walden band and the numbers were enthusiastically encored Wilbur gave the Invocation and then Chairman Kerr introduced County At torney Frank Bottum and Attorney E. Flood, who gave short addresses on topics in keeping with the Thanksgiv j ng theme. Mrs. G. H. Wilbur sang an inspiring song and then Senator W. g Walker delivered a fervid patriotic address aml in closing asked the gath ering to join him in the salute of the flag of the United States. (ti(i au( ii ence joined in the singing of "America." The rendition of these The next on Rev, G. H. Following Heuige a Goat Fancier I "C. W. King. "Editor in Cheif". Reading the diverent articles of the respective "editors of the Herald and Times" we have every reason to be leive that you have unintentionally captured Mr. MCIntires or the Times goat and as we are an ardent tender of that species of goat we would be _verry much indebted to you if you would kindly advise us as to wether it would he possible for you to dis pose of that particular "goat" to us to mate one of the same species which we have obtained several years of Mr. Mcintire and we are verry anxious to find a suitable mate, conclude U> part with the one you have will you kindly state what to feed ■him as mine eats "corn" only. Please advise us at once as we are verry anxious to know just what pros pects their are to obtain your goat as a mate. Hoping to receive an early reply in this matter wo are. If you 'will I Verry respectfully, Hcnjge, the Tie Man." Boundary County Subscribes (juolu Chairman A. J. Kent, of the United War Work drive announces that this county raised Its full quota and some $75 more in the recent drive. \ full report is now being prepared to be sent to the state headquarters. Boundary county was able to go ov er the top in (his drive hy reason of the magnificent subscription raised by the employes of the Idaho-Continental Mining company at Klockmann. Klockmann district has always lead all other districts of the county In all war work drives hut in this Instance it' exceeded all expectations and so saved the. day for Boundary county. Mr. Kent states that the Klockmann people gave $305 to the United War Work fund. The Modern Health Crusaders Mrs. C. W. Flood, county superin tendent of schools, has"'undertaken to interest the teachers and pupils of the Boundary county schools in the Mod ern Health Crusader movement, and this week full information and details of organization have been mailed the teachers of tire various districts. in this movement the children from six to sixteen years of age, are pledged to health habits and receive valuable instruction regarding hygienic prin ciples. the parents and the children who com ply with all the rules are rewarded with certificates of enrolment and when they have followed the rules of, the organization for a certain length of time they become full fledged "Cru saders." Daily records are kept hy l ard of Thanks We. the undersigned, desire to ex press to all our friends and neighbors our deep appreciation of the help and assistance given us during the time of the last Illness of our son and hus We are also deeply grateful bund. for the many floral tributes and the expressions of sympathy and condol ence extended to us. Mrs. R. P. Foster. Mrs. C. W. Shoop. Stomach Trouble "Before I used Chamberlain's Tab-^ lets i doctored a great deal tor stom -1 ■eh trouble and felt nervous and tired all the time. These tablets helped me from the first, and inside of a week's j I time 1 had improved in every way," writes Mrs L. A. Drinkard, Jefferson City, Mo. 1 If A \ ÿrMii, «7 «US 2 >• w ■ s Vv . ' ! r i§3Sk f f ... J ..'^1 ■ What you want in your Bank is Safety and Service. We have ample capital to take care of all de mands and with stockholders whose financial re sponsibility is many times that of the total re sources of the Bank. This represents strength that is unquestioned. We aim to give satisfactory service to all wheth er their volume of business is great or small, and welcome suggestions for the further per fecting of this service. W THE FIRST STATE BANK Bonners Ferry» Idaho Mail orders given prompit and care ful attention. We guarantee them against breakage and pay parcels post or express charges. Send your next order for drug sundries to Si monds' Drug Store, Bonners Ferry, I Idaho.—adv-tf. Attention Students—We have the ( finest lines of school tablets, inks, pens, pencils and everything you need in school work. Make our store your ; headquarters all through the school year. Get the Genuine and Avoid Waste*^ MS 0 Economy m Every Cake W C. D. Simonds' Drug Store. Christmas ms J A SKop E.arly Christmas Is Approaching * and useful presents, if any at all, is~the world slogan. We do not carry anything but useful, staple merchandise, so this year our store should be your Christmas shopping store. F or Men —Our line of neckwear in individual boxes is a most suitable gift. Handkerchiefs, Sox, Paris Garters and Arm Bands, Pocahontas House Slippers, an Umbrella, Gloves, a pair Shoes, Suit Case or Bag. For Women —Silk Dress Pattern, Handkerchiefs, Black Silk Hose, pair of those nifty Pocahontas Moccasins, box of Handkerchiefs or an Umbrella would be very accept able; Gloves or Shoes or how about one of those Down Com forts or a Trunk. For Uoys-Pair of those English Shoes, Sox, Hand kerchiefs, Pocahontas Moccasins,, one of those Ties in Indi vidual Boxes would be very appropriate. For Girls —A pair of those nifty School Shoes, Stock ings. Handkerchiefs, Pocahonla^House Moccadns, or a Silk Dress Pattern would be very appropriate. OUR GROCERY STOCK was never more complete at prices comparatively low consid ering wholesale costs of today. A complete supply of Christmas Candies and Nuts will be available to supply our Christmas trade. Call for your Calendar about Christmas time. Regular Shipments of Green Vegetables Weekly To our farming trade who wish to exchange BuLLer* Eggs, Hay, Grain or Wood-We can use these in place of cash at highest, market prices. Brown's Dept. Store Only one more month to make that War Savings Stamp pledge good. We sell Ghem.