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iiiiiimiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Keep a Kodak Story of the Children I E ! Such pictures, preserving forever the childhood days, mean a world of comfort to mother's heart—yes, and to father's, too. * That's you, Polly, s = I And just a few years afterward; when you were—let me x see. Oh yes, the film says it was August 8, 1919, your fourth birthday. And Junior was five." To help you keep this story, we have a complete dark room with the most modern equipment. In this dark room we use VELOX paper exclusively. And you can't get a better print than the best print you 1 'get on VELOX The Hawks Drug St.ore The Rexall Store Always Reliable u s i g 5 S 9 5 i 3 i i 2 Bonners Ferry, Ida. MiimmiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTi Byron N. Hawks, Prop. CAM- FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that bids will be received up until six (6) o'clock, P.. M.. Wednesday, August 20th, 1919, for one hundred and Ofty (1B0) cords of green cut, seasoned and spli£ tam arack and fir cordwood; bids to be made on fifty (50) cord lots and de livery to be made at the school house as required by the Board. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. FRED GLEED. Clerk Independent School District No. 4, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. WANTED—Tiomakers and men to ut cord wood. Inquire of Frauk Garris, City. if. 21 . 'll % SOI, GOOD FURNITURE IS YOUR DUTY TO YOUR 1 HOME Ele^anti^ Simplicity ( marks our offerings for the furnishing of your parlor. From the complete sets to the single pieces the designs are ail modern. The finishes will attract and delight the eye of the most particular. And the prices will satisfy the most persistent seeker after economy as well as style Correct Parlor Furniture Is a specialty with us. You can depend on our knowledge of furniture construction and furniture fashions to insure complete •satisfaction to you. We invite you to inspect this display of parlor furniture — durable yet comfortable, up-tp-date yet economical. > I f n> Good Furniture Is Our Pledge to You PATHE PHONOGRAPHS We have the exclusive agency in this county. Sold on the easy payment plan. Come in and let us -demonstrate this wonderful machine that ill play . anv record. August records now in. I . St ookey Furniture Compan y Here's a F riendly Tip says the Good Judg'e ft » Men who know tobacco, chew the best without its costing them any more. They take a little chew and it's amazing how the good taste stays in a rich, high grade chewing tobacco. For lasting Jobacco satis faction, there's nothing like a small chew of that rich-tasting tobacco. 9 THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW i ' ■ put up in two styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco ^?/P~tfih-BrHteaJ^oiTipjany^U97 Bkh>c!yv.i o 'b C ca rs or "on ^kldT^Y any^staUon WOT X «"Ä Ferry or write to the Northern Cedar Co.. Spokane. Wash. adv tf. When you have a bilious attack your liver falls to perform Us functions, The food CEDAR PRODUCTS WANTED A Bilious Attack You become constipated. you eat ferments in your stomach in-1 stead of digesting. This inflames the stomach and causes nausea, vomiting and a.terrible headache. Take three of Chamberlain's Tablets. They will tone up your liver, clean out your sto mache and y^m will soon be as well as ever. They only cost it quarter; r Ed Jones and George Myers re Local Pick-ups turned on Thursday from a several days Ashing trip on the Vakt river.■■ Harold J. Askevold left on Friday for Seattle, Wash., wliere he will follow his trade as a carpenter. T, W. McLaughlin has accepted a 1 position with the Spokane Interna tlonal Railway as engine watcher and started on his new duties last Friday. Carl C. Gray, of the Lenia district, was in the city yesterday to arrange ;to make final proof on his home 1 Hteatl at Lenia. 1 The ladles' Aid society of the Luth eran church will meet on Thursday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. O. En i gelbretson. * X. „ , n » i , I Me^low CreeTr^ve "toda^ fo" Cal gary, Alberta, and other Canadian clt-, j ies, to visit with friends and relatives Schweitzer Moore left last Tuesday ! for Seattle and coast cities where he will visit with friends for a short 1 time. j The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth ! odist church will meet on Thursday I afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Crowley. ! If you know of anyone visiting In j your neighborhood, or If you or any of your neighbors plan making a vis-j It, write or telephone the news to thj j Herald. Mrs. Harry Buell and daughter, Miss Dorleskie, of Rockford, Ill,, arej visiting here with Mrs. Buell's moth ! er. Mrs. Polzln and her sister. Mrs Mrs Ed Blahop and children expect B°ccnp?e M rs. Bishop. H. A. Allen and son. Kent, and Mg« « i\ 0 . , daughter. Miss Dorothy, left Saturday, for Spokane for a few days visit with friends and relatives. Hy may move to Spokane soon for the The Allen fam winter, 1 The auction sale on Saturday of ! stock belonging to Fred G. Cham 1 bers. was well attended and Auction eer Causton reports that the stock sold for good prices and that the sale | was very successful. Mrg Kay Homesley arrived here on I Friday from Havre, Mont., where she 1 has been making her home. tàr. j Homesley will return here soon and j they will again make their permanent I home in Bonners Ferry. — j Miss Clara Charles left Thursday for Loon Lake, Wash., where she will spend several weeks visiting with rel ! atlves and friends. From there she i will go to Centralia. Wash., to finish her high school course j W. P. Luse and wife and daughter, I Miss Vera, arrived here yesterday to spend a couple ot weeks, Mr. Luse be j ing on his annual vacation. I train dispatcher at Spokane for the Spokane International Railway Co. j The members of the I. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges of this city have per fected their plans for a joint picnic which Is to be held next Sunday on I grounds In the vicinity of Deep Creek. He is ! Earl Sawyer arrived here Sunday I to spend a couple of weeks visiting with friends and relatives, discharged from the navy a short [time ago after 14 months service on both the east and west coast. The four children of Wm Peters, of Copeland, have been admitted to the I children's home at Lewiston and will , be taken there today or tomorrow on the order of Probate Judge Hender son. He was rr.Tr., . ....... ,. E ' H Palmer returned the first the week from a business trip to Spo kane and was accompanied home by his niece. Miss Audrey Palmer, who planned to spend-the week here visit ing. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Rule, of Spo kane, arrived here last week to visit with their old friends, Mr. and Mrs^. Gus Rlefsteck. ! chant of Spokane and states that he is highly Impressed with Boundary \ county and Its resources. Mr. Rule is a mer Mrs. J. W Northrop returned this j week from a trip to San Francisco, and ebast points where, she studied j fall millinery styles. Mesdames Her nieces. Peterson and Johnson, were guests at the Northrop home during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard, tele graph operators for the Great North ern Railway Co., resumed their duties last Monday after a two weeks ab sence on their annual vacation which was spent on a camping and fishing trip to various streams of the district. H. B. Kinnear, the proprietor of the Kinnear Hardware store, reports the sale this week of several farm imple ments including an 8 foot Daln hay loader to D. H. Chisholm, of Copeland; a 6 foot Gain hayloader to J. L. Wash burn, of Copeland and a 6 foot Pain hay loader to Sol Bauman, of this city E. M. Wilson and Wm. McDonald. ; arrived here today from Sandpoint and are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. King. Messrs. Wil son and McDonald both saw overseas service in the war with Germany. Wil son in the Canadian army and Me Donald in the U. S. army. Mrs. Caroline W. Flood, county sup ! erlntendent of schools, announces that she has appointed H. W. Cooper a trustee of School District No. 3, of the Curley Creek district, to serve un til the next general election in the place of E. B. Schlette. resigned. E. B Schlette. forest ranger for the ! Copeland district, was a business vis itor in town Saturday. He states that there have been some very serious fires in his district this year and that it has required hard work and con , slant effort to keep them under con trol. A forest fire started Saturday in slashings of the Meadow Creek Lum her Company, nyar Meadow Creek, and considerable valuable property and timber was threatened. Fire fighters from here were taken out to combat the flames and today it la re 1 ported that the fire is under control. NOTICE We will pay postage or Prompt I Hawks ! express on all mail orders, attention given to all orders. Drug Store. FOR SALE—One new set of single 1 harness, driving, for less than the See it at Reid s L>e factory price, partment Store. Postmaster John R. Viley and Fred 1 Stoos spent a few days this week on a fishing trip near Porthill anil Klock [ mann. Miss Berdlne Gines returned home ) as t week from Lewiston where she had been attending the summer nor mal school, w r, Moore left Wednesday for Kansas City, Mo . where he will spend several weeks visiting old, friends and relatives. ___ , BROOM SALE—Firstclass brooms, just received from the factory, now on sale: regular $1.70 brooms for only g-g *" d re * ular * 160 broom8 for ' ' s STRAYED—Team of bay mares : i years old; weighing 1700 and 1®00 pounds; one hud on a halter, Finder will please notify H. P. I eter sen, Porthill, Idaho, and receive a re- | ward. Klnnear's Hardware Store. Itc, MEADOW ( KEEK NEWS NOTES ■ Mrs. James Lazos arrived here this j wee ^ from Seattle to join her husband, Mrs. A. L. Swetnam and daughter, j of Spokane, were in town on Monday. ! Martin and Ben Johnson were Bon-! j ners Ferry visitors this week. Miss Beulah Douglas, of Bonners) ferry, came here on Sunday for a visit with Mrs. G. W. Felch. workdone ^Bonnfr^Fe^ry thls'we^k' ■ Agnes Rookey was the guest and Mr8 ' Wm Yerkes on Sat ' urday ' ® at , e h 8 ' was a guest at the Boyd Spring home ", , J WGek * ■ 1 moved from Eileen and are occupying the Wm. Johnson house. Mr. and Mrs. George Lee have Mrs. E. W. Hartman returned to her i home at Trout Creek, Mont., after spending the past three weeks here with her mother. Mrs. Fred Hartman. Mrs. Wm. Crossman. of Spokane, re- , turned home the last of the week after spending a few days with her son, George Crossman and family. The dance Saturday night was well attended and everyone enjoyed a good time. close of the dance that another would be given in two weeks. Fred Ryno announced at the The school trustees have elected Roy Hupe the teacher for the com It Is hoped that the par-1 ing term. ents will take as much interest In the school affairs this year as do the pu pils. There was great excitement here on Saturday when a fire started near the Bonner Tie Company's mill. Thq, blaze was soon under control but no'* before several people had moved from their homes nearby. Mi%. H. J. Peterson and children and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Johnson will leave this week tor Grainger, Alberta, to join Mr. Peterson who left a week ago. Grainger this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ray DeWolf had as their guests on Sunday. Mrs. Janice Foss, of Coeur d Alene, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Peterson, of Moravia, Mr. and Mrs. John Fogelsong. Miss Gertrude Dutton. Ed Peterson and Fred John son. They will makç their home at The spacious ranch home, of Thos. McDougal was the scene of enjoyment on Wednesday evening when several young people gathered there to sur prise the McDougal family. An ex exceptionally well prepared dinner was ed after w u lph e8 followed ^f, d other amu ^ me nt8 If you have anything you wish to sell you can find a buyer by adver tising in thé Bonners Ferry Herald. , ; i W'SS Just Received 4 f> .• I , / Ji BA . i -, 1 j \ ■ v The hart Schaffner & Marx a W vj r ' : ; - Sample line for the Fall and Winter season 1919-1920. As usual the Hart Schaffner & Marx line is vast ly bigger and better than the ordi nary lines and it will pay you to visit us and examine the materials. The finished clothes can be deliv ered to suit your convenience. > ■ 11/ îU 8 ' - 'Æn J : *• i ; j ; s ! j ' ' ; ' j 1 : ; ■ ' ■!# ■ nwfi wm M\ S y ! A ■ : i * ymm "" i 7M A . , 0 . .1 / * T 1 \ Clearance Sale Prices On our remaining Summer suits and our line of Panama and straw hats. Mighty fine bargains that you cannot afford to pass up. i I* \ > -X . a i \v ■ j f Copyright 1019 IL* t Schaffner i Marx KINNEAR KLOTHING Men a vVe have about— 45 pairs of sample dress shoes for men Copeland & Ryder (Jefferson) made that we will sell at a special price of $ 7.50 The sizes are 6 1-2, 7 and 7 1-2, narrow and medium widths. Gun Metal, Russia Calf and Kid leathers and actually worth $10.00 to $12.50 a pair. If you can wear a pair of these, we will save you considerable money on a pair of first class shoes. are Reid's Department Store Bonners ferry, Idaho Terms. FOR SALE—Twenty acre trad near city—three blocks from .best part of town—ten acres can be cultivated am^ is now planted. $5,000. Easy terms Inquire at the FOR SALE—Four room cottage on within half block of Cottage avenue Main Street, for only $50p. Inquire at this office. tf. responsible party, Herald office. tf. _ Announcement Owing to the continuous advance price of materials so essential in the manufacture of good and wholesome bread, the, undersigned is compelled to advance the price of bread to 11c a loaf effective Friday, Aug. 15. BONNER BAKERY C. H. Bixler, Prop. Fresh Bread, PasUries, Oakes, Etc., Daily Canning Books Free The Herald has on hand a quantity 10 f books on canning and drying of fruits and vegetables which are put out by the government and which were received too late for distribution Iasi fall. These will be g.ven to persons asking for them or who send postage to cover mailing. These are valuable books and were prepared by experts in the employ of the U. S. government.