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VILLAGE TREASURER REPORT
Report of the Treasurer of the Village of Bonners Ferry
for Quarter Ending April 29, 1919
DISBURSEMENTS
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June B, 1913 261 First State Bank, incidental.
June 5, 1918 251 First State Bank, incidental.
Oct. 1, 1918 333 Golden Rule Transfer, street.
41 16, 1919 341 Parks Highway Garage, sewer maintenance
15, 1918 343 W. W. Ferbrache, police---
Kov. 8, 1918 344 J. C. Nichols, sewer...-.—
8, 1918 345 C. R. Knight, police....
8, 1918 346 Clarence Fry, sewer--
Thos. Waldron, sewer...
9, 1918 348 Ben Webster, sewer ...
8, 1918 349 R. McPherson, sewer -
8, 1918 350 Wm. Warwick, sewer-
8, 1918 361 J. R. Meeker, sewer -—
8, 1918 862 J. H. Cave, sewer -
8, 1918 353 Ernest Mayer, cemetery ....
20, 1918 354 Clarence Fry, sewer maintenance..
19, 1918 366 A. E. Aldridge, sewer maintenance..
19, 1938 366 A. E. Aldridge, sewer maintenance.—
19, 1918 366 Ben Webster, sewer maintenance..
19, 1918 867 Tom Waldron, sewer maintenance..
19, 1918 358 Ralph Buck, sewer maintenance.
19, 1918 369 Richardson & Monks, sewer maintenance.
" 19, 1918 360 George Arnet, Gsewer maintenance .—
19, 1918 861 J. F. McGlocklin, incidental -
19, 1918 362 W. H. Richardson, salary .......
Dec. 3, 1918 363 J. C. Nichols, sewer maintenance-:.
9, 1918 364 Bonners Ferry Lumber Co., sewer maintenance 164.05
3, 1919 365 Ben Webster, sewer maintenance... 26.00
3, 1918 366 United Supply Co., sewer maintenance. 24.00
3, 1918 367 Bonner Water & Light Co., lights. 126.83
3, 1918 368 W. H. Richardson, salary. . . 21.60
19, 1918 369 Interstate Utilities Co., fire department.
19, 1918 370 C. R. Knight, salary . »...
19, 1918 371 C. W. King, printing.-.
19, 1918 372 R. McPherson, streets .
" 19, 1918 373 F. A. Shultis, police .
" 19, 1918 374 W. W. Fcrbraene, police ...
Jan. 4, 1919 376 W. T. James, incidental .—
8, 1919 376 Interstate Utilities, fire department.
8, 1919 377 J. H. Cave, streets ..
8, 1919 378 W. H. Richardson, salary .
8, 1919 379 J. F. McGlocklin, incidental .
8, 1919 380 R. McPherson, streets .
8, 1919 381 J. C. Nichols, sewer maintenance.
8, 1919 382 C. W. King, printing .
8, 1919 383 Frank Garris, streets ..
8, 1919 384 Bonner Water & Light, lights.
8, 1919 385 C. R. Knight, salary......
22, 1919 386 P. H. Callahan, salary.
•• 22, 1919 387 M. &. M. Plumbing Co., sewer maintenance.
Feb. 4, 1919 388 Bonner Water & Light, lights.
4, 1919 389 R. McPherson; streets .
4, 1919 390 P. H. Callahan, salary ...
4, 1919 391 W. H. Richardson, salary ..
4, 1919 392 J. P. Dunn, streets ...
4, 1919 393 J. P. Nichols, sewer maintenance.
4, 1919 394 Interstate Utilities Co., fire department.
19, 1919 395 John Leach, sewer maintenance.
19, 1919 396 J. F. McGlocklin, incidental ..
19, 1919 397 Frank Bottum, police ...
Mar. 6, 1919 398 Clarence Fry, sewer maintenance .
5, 1919 399 Kinnear Hardware Co., sewer maintenance
5, 1919 400 M. & M. Plumbing Co., sewer maintenance
5, 1919 401 M. Aldridge, sewer maintenance .
5, 1919 402 Richardson & Monks, sewer maintenance....
5, 1919 403 P. H. Callahan, police .
5, 1919 404 Bill Burke, sewer maintenance.
5, 1919 405 J. P. Nichols, sewer maintenance..
6, 1919 406 Bonner Water & Light, lights.
19, 1919 407 R. McPherson, streets .
19, 1919 408 Sam Biggar, streets ...
19, 1919 409 First National Bank, sewer maintenance.
April 2, 1919 410 Geo. LaFountain, fire department.
2, 1919 411 M. GGuilfoyle, fire department.
2, 1919 412 W. H. Richardson, salary..,..
2, 1919 412 Interstate Utilities, fire department.
2, 1919 413 Sam Stemson, fire department.
2, 1919 414 Otto F. Mathiesen, salary.
2, 1919 416 P. H. Callahan, salary .
2, 1919 417 Wm. Burke, street .
2, 1919 419 J. C. Nichols, sewer maintenance.:..
2, 1919 420 R. McPherson, sewer maintenance.
2, 1919 421 J. H. Cave, street .
2, 1919 422 J. P. Dunn, street .
2, 1919 424 Bonner Water & Light, lights.
16, 1919 425 C. L. Wardell, street ..
16, 1919 426 J. H. Cave, incidental .
16, 1919 428 Tom Williams, street .
16, 1919 429 A. Derthick, street .
16, 1919 431 J. F. McGlocklin, incidental..
16, 1919 433 L. H. Brant, street. „ .
16, 1919 434 L. J. Johnson, street.
16, 1919 435 W r m. Murphy, street.^.
16, 1919 438 R. McPherson, street.
16, 1919 439 Wm. Burke, street.
16, 1919 440 Steve Garvey, street.
16, 1919 442 C. W. King, printing
16, 1919 443 C. W. King, J. P., police.
Mar. 3, 1919
5. 1919
5, 1919
6, 1919
10, 1919
18, 1919
18, 1919
Auril 2, 1919
4, 1919
8, 1919
21, 1919
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11.46
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3.00
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5.00
28.40
9.98
2.00
33.00
20.00
10.00
24.00
76.00
37.24
23.00
63.20
63.63
43.26
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60.00
16.00
100.00
20.50
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51.00
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100.00
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90.00
60.00
420.00
60.001
60.00
60.00
30.00
60.00
330.00
240.00
2,520.84
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59 Interest Coupons 27, 28, 29.
62 Interest coupons 49, 48.
61 Interest coupons 8 to 21, inclusive..
60 Interest coupons, 30, 31.
64 Interest coupons 53, 54.
66 Interest coupons 51, 52.
67 Interest coupon 50 ...
68 Interest coupons 33, 34.
69 Interest coupons, 35 to 45, inclusive .
38 Interest coupons 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 32, 46, 46....
70 Bonds 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and accrued interest.
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1,283.10
60.00
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1.50
1.50
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Total Disbursements
$7,268.02
RECEIPTS
$3,780.70
105.50
245.00
10.00
10.00
5,556.70
. Nov. 7, 1918
14, 1918
26, 1918
Dec. 7, 1918
Jan. 19, 1919
30, 1919
Feb. 1, 1919
5, 1919
19, 1919
24, 1919
Mar. 5, 1919
5, 1919
27, 1919
31, 1919
April 9, 1919
12, 1919
25, 1919
Total Receipts ...
Total Disbursements .
Apr. 29, 1919 Balance
Balance .
County treasurer
Fines .
Licenses .
License .
County treasurer
License .
Sewer license .
County treasurer
license .
License .
Sewer Ijcense ....
Sewer license ....
License .
Sewer license .
Interest .
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$11,280.10
. 7,268.02
. . .$ 4,012.08
OTTO F. MATHIESEN, Village Treasurer.
FORTY YEARS A DRUGGIST
He Endorses
PERUNA
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Read this from Mr. L. A. Richardson
of Marine, Illinois:
"I have been engaged in the retail drag boat,
neaa here for the paat forty years. During this
time T have seen many patent medicines come
into use. flourish for one or two years and then »
gradually disappear. There are very few of
these remedies that possess enough real merit to Insure them long
life. Prronn has always been a good aellrr with us, with a marked
Increase from year to year. The change in the formula some years
ago. by the addition of the slightly laxative properties, ha» made it
a reliable remedy for eooatipatiou and for colds. If taken hourly In
tablespoonful doses by adults it will break up the worst eold In "two
or three daj» - time. 1 take pleasure In urging my brother druggists
to recommend It for these two ailments."
Sold Everywhere Liquid or Tablet Form Ask Your Dealer
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COMMISSIONERS'
PROCEEDINGS
Continued from page 3.
Bonners Ferry, Idaho, April 15th,
1919.—Meeting called to order by
Chairman, all members of the board
present. Minutes of last meeting
read, and approved.
Petitions.
Petition from Porthill district re
questing immediate action in regard
the ferry at Porthll, read and ap- j
proved. The board voiced their sen
timents to look after the nu tter at j
once.
Appointments.
At this time Oscar Bangs was ap
pointed brand inspector for the en- !
suing year.
Call for Bids.
The sealed bids for 100 cords of ;
cord wood as advertised were opened
and read as follows:
B. J. States
Reeding ....
Plato Bros. ..
S. Plato ..
Frank Garris
The contract was awarded to
Frank Garris as the lowest bidder.
$7.00
6.50
6.25
6.26 1
5.90
Adjournment.
At this time the board adjourned
till April 21st, 1919.
James A, Welch, Chairman.
Attest:
J. B. Brody, Clerk.
TRAINED NURSE
NOW TESTIFIES
SAYS SHE FEELS MADE OVER
SINCE TAKING TANLAC—
GAINS NINE POUNDS.
Mrs. F. O. Forrester, a trained
nurse residing at the Grand Central
Hotel, Denver, Colo., is but one of
this high profession who have testi
fied to the merits of Tanlac. Mrs.
Forrester recently said:
"I had been in miserable health
seven years, suffering from indiges
tion. Everything I ate would sour
and even cold water would cause me
much distress. The pains in my chest
and about my heart were almost un
bearable at times and I suffered
terribly from neuralgia. I would
have vomiting spells daily and for
three months couldn't retain a thing
on my stomach but oatmeal. Often
at night I would wake up feeling like
I was smothering to death and would
have to get up out of bed and stand
on my feet awhile to get my breath.
"One of my friends who knew of
my awful condition and who had been
benefitted by Tanlac advised me to
try it, I did so and my relief haas
been remarkable. Really I feel like
I have been made over again.
have ad ready gained nine pounds in
weight and intend to keep on taking
Tanlac as long as it ^ does me as
much good as it is now."
Tanlac Is sold In Bonners Ferry by
C. D. SImonds, druggist and at Lenia,
Idaho, by the Boundary Mercantile Co.
Buy a Columbia grafanola, easy pay
The best machine on the
Full stock of records
Ask for a demon
Slmonds' Drug Store, "On
ment plan.
market today.
always on hand.
Btration.
the Corner."
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COMING TO
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Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, of
Ma > I*» 18* 16.
fo 4 p.
DOCTOR
Mellenthin
&> Co.
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DO >0T USE SURGERY
Will be at SPOKANE HOTEL
Oflice hours 10 a. nu
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m.
THREE DAYS ONLY
>0 CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION
The doc.or In charge, on account of
having been in the United States army
service, has not been able to visit the
different cities for the past seven
months, but from now on will again
make his regular calls. He is a grad
uate In medicine and surgery, and is
licensed by the state of Washington.
He visits professionally the more Im
portant towns and cities and offers to 1
all who call on this trip, consultation
and examination free, except the ex
pense of treatment when desired.
According to his method of treat
ment he does not operate tor chronic
appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of the
stomach, tonsils or adenoids.
He has to his credit many wonderful
results in diseases of the stomach, liv
er. bowels, blood, skin, nerves, heart,
kidneys, bladder, bedwetting,
tarrh. weak lungs, rheumatism, sciat
ica, leg ulcers and rectal ailments.
If you have been ailing for any
length of time and do not get any bet
ter. do not fail to call, as improper
measures, rather than disease, are of
ten the cause of your long-standing
trouble.
Remember above date, that examina- 1
itlon on this trip will be free, and that
his treatment is different,
i Address: 336 Boston Block. Mlnne
3t May 13 adv
ca
apolis, Minn.
Have you ever heard this?
says the

My baking powder,
smooth solicitor, "costs less than
Dr. Price's.
But he omits to say that it often
leaves a bitter taste, that food made
with it is likely to stale in a day and
that it contains alum, which is con
demned by many medical authorities
for use in food.
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England and France prohibit the
sale of alum baking powders.
Dr. PRICE'S
CREAM
BAKING POWDER
Made from Cream of Tartar derived from Grapet
Contains No Alum—Leaves No Bitter Taste
Union Church Notice
Services in Union church next Sun-1
day as usual. Sunday school at 101
o'clock. Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Subject, "God's Eternal Love."
Evening service at 8 o'clock. Good |
music both morning and evening.
Everyone is cordially invited to these
services. There will be a very im-1
portant business meeting at the close ,
0 f the morning service. All who I
are interested in the church be sure
j and attend,
| often be avoided.
ly true of headache,
mon cause of headache Is a disordered
! tomach or constipation, which may be
corrected by taking a few doses of
Chamberlain's Tablets. Try It. Ma
ny others have obtained permanent re
lief by taking these Tablets. They
i are easy to take and mild and gentle
11 in effect,
!
Auctioneer—1 am an auctioneer of
long experience and am open to en
gagements at ail times in any part of
t h e coun ty. I Causton, Bonners Ferry
| Idaho.—adv-tf.
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G. H. Wilbur, Pastor.
Cause of Headache
By knowing the cause a disease may
This is particular
The most com
QUARTERLY REPORT OF OPERATION OF COUNTY FUNK
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To the County Commissioners of Boundary County, Idaho.
Sirs; I have the honor to report operations in the various funds of Boundary County, for the Quarter
ending April 12th, 1919, as follows:
On hand
End of Quar[|
Journal
Credit
Journal
Debit
10,443.48
14,363.18
3,863.64
9,658.00
5,402.34
19,865.36
On hand 1st
of Quarter [| Received.
FUND
Disbursed
2,093.79
198.58
1,672.63
3,336.81
7,512.47
8,392.15
9,174,78
331.11
1,477.34
124.72
917.88
40.33
816.63 j
3,438,43 !
375.32
481.98
444.88
121.67
26.97
2,069.80
1,548.38 1
State Account
General School
I General Bridge
I General Road
i Bond and Interest
j Current Expense
Delinquent Tax
Bonners Ferry
Village Sewer
District School
j Tax Redemption
! Institute
Unapportioned
j State Highway
School District No. 4.
Road Sinking
Predatory Animal
16,086.82
1,007.37
383.74
2,437.30 i
6,257.67
13,454.38
3,438.43
4,625.15 I
2,214.65 I
17.024.27
2,336.86
69.64
5.57
6,899.84
337.38 1
44.29
92,408.20 '
38,029.89 !
56.18 I
1,730.91 1
4,424.28
2,366.39
22,115.30 1
68.21
157.31
175.88 I
14,765.99.
3.49
44.29
6,212.67
38,029.89
112.93
1,730.91
160.41])
$84,442>H
2,776.12
2,002.97
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20,959.60
358.42
107,513.56i
112.93
15,142.87
14,966.04
233.01
160.41 (j
$128,764.86 || >75,929.53 || $125,450.0111'
$144,274.48
TOTALS
$12,783.10
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I hereby certify that the above statement is true and correct.
. , , W. T. JAMES, County Treasurer.
. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23rd day of April, 1919.
J. B. BRODY, Auditor.
Checked and found correct April. 14th, 1919.
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OILS
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Office Phone No. 19
Residence Phone No. 107
Bonners Ferry, Idaho
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TRUE'S OIL CO.
Spokane, Wash.
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