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CALL FOR BIOS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned Board of County Commissioners of Boundary County, State of Idaho, will receive bids tor the construction of a Kerry at Port hill, Idaho, according to plans and specifications now on file with the Clerk of the Board. All proposals must be in sealed en velopes, marked "Bids," directed to the Board of County Commissioner.! of Boundary County, Idaho, and must be filed with the Clerk of the Board not later than Nine (9) o'clock A. M., October 13th, 1919, after which time no bids will be permitted to be chang ed or withdrawn. All proposals must be filed on blanks furnished by the Clerk. The Board of County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and or all bids. Dated September 22, 1919. Board of County Commissioners, By JAMES A. WELCH. Chairman. ,T. A. Brody, Clerk Attest: Sept. 22—Oct 7—3 t. 160 Acres for Only $3000 Half Is alder loam and remainder Is loam free from rocks: best opring water; good B room house, log barn and out-bulldings; half mile to good Can Best Time If Call at Herald office. tf Storage batteries charged and for rent. Amazon Electric Shop, tf chool and four miles to Naples, lear for $25 to $30 per acre, opportunity In the county, desired. Gilt Top Cigar Store H. E. Carlson, Prop. Pool and Card Tables in Connection These fall evenings you want a congenial company and a place to while away an evening. Make the Gilt Top Cigar Store your headquarters. We carry all kinds of the best cigars, cigarettes and tobaccos. Cream Beer and all kinds of re freshing soft drinks. Fruits and confectio nery, cakes, etc. * Your Own Garage S AFER than a padlocked gar age on your own premises is the storage space you can secure here. In addition to safety there is the advantage of convenience to all accessories, repairs, cleaning apparatus and the service of automobile specialists. fj fir Store Your Car Here ) L tf \1 Storage costs little and means much, v Before building or renting a garage, investigate this service. Try it a month or two. At the price we can quote you will likely find it more economical than any other arrangement. And you who wish relief from the many burdens of the present home care of your car may well investigate also. r i I Prompt Service - Certain Satisfaction CRESCENT GARAGE C. W. Megquier, Prop. Shoe binding» of All Kind» for Sale Shoe» Repaired While You jWait UP-TO-DATE SHOE SHOP R. D. PAOLtCCI, Prop. Mail orders given prompt and care ful attention. We guarantee them against breakage and pay post or express charges. S next order for drug sundries to Si monds' Drug Store, Bonners Ferry, Idaho.—adv-tf. parcels end your FOR SALE—Twenty acre tract near city—three blocks from best part of town—ten acres can be cultivated and is now planted. $5,000. Easy terms to responsible party. Inquire at the Herald office. tf. T* »-p lONIGHl Tomorrow Alright NR Tablets stop sick headaches, relieve bilious attacks, tone and regulate the eliminative organs, make you feel fine. "Better Thsn Pills For Liver 111«'' f, toj'e tdjßm KVi V/ ] § » 1 Get ■ 26c. Box. Jg" THE BRODY DRUO STORE AROUND WORLD NEXT AIR FEAT Some Aviator Expected to Emu late Magellan by Long Cruise. STILL NEW TO MANY LANDS National Geographic Society Says There Are Many Places Where Airplane, Automobile and Even Horse Would Be Curiosity. Washington.—"Now that the At- . /antic has been crossed and there are , plans afoot to fly over the Pacific, the 1 day may not be far distant when some aerial Magellan will make an air plane tour around tbe world," says a bulletin of the National Geographic society, "There are still many corners of the world where airplane, automobile and even the horse would be curiosities. And If a man set out to tour the globe and 'do as the Romans do' in re spect to adopting native conveyances he would have to : "Resort to « donkey in Spanish America and In the Holy Land. "Climb aboard a camel to traverse African deserts. "Cross some rivers of India on the inflated skins of bullocks, and others by a bridge of one rawhide rope. Using Elephant as Taxi. "Submit to the sea-going motion of an elephant when he continued his Journey on land. "Get into a man-borne palanquin at Calcutta. "Jolt over far Eastern roads in a non-shock absorbing cart drawn by I oxen. "And In China he prepared to climb Into n Jinrikisha, a sedan chair or a i wheelbarrow." A few of these curious means of j travel are described In a tommunlca- ; tlon to the society by O. P. Austin, ns follows : "In all parts of that great line of deserts, stretching from North Africa j across Central Asia to Northwest China, the camel is everywhere in j evidence; the total number in the i world being estimated at about three millions. "Not only is the camel a valuable j freight carrier, but he serves ns the | traveling car of the Rockefellers, the I Carnegies, the Morgans and the Har rlmnns of the desert. When he is chosen for this more pretentious serv ice a light framework is placed upon his back, and covered with cloths to j screen the occupants from the sun and the observation of the passers, and decorated with pompons of vari- i ous colors. In this gorgeous com n,.rtment which mnv he not inantlv 1 f , J , , f ,, , ' termed the palace car of the desert, c the master of the camel train places his wife and children, his choicest a merchandise, his cooking utensils and dully requirements, and travels in ; state, the observed of all observers, the envy of the wandering native of ; j I the desert. Craft on the Euphrates. "On the Euphrates and the Tigris ! : are still retained the curious water transports of centuries ago—the raft | of skins and the circular boats. These rafts are sustained by inflated skins, prepared for this especial pur- j pose, and after the raft floats down ! the river to its destination the inflated skins are removed, the air permitted to escape, and the skins carefully } folded and carried back to the upper ! waters, where they are again inflated and used as the support of another and still another raft. "Even more curious to the eyes of j the traveler from other parts of the I world are the circular boats, made of | wickerwork and covered with skins, | j or made watertight with pitch, which ! are still in daily use on the Tigris 1 and Euphrates rivers. "The three principal methods of j ; transportation of people In central j and southern China are the sedan chair, the jinrikisha and the wheel- I barrow. "Probably more freight and more passengers are transported in China ; by the wheelbarrow than by any other j land method. The wheelbarrow there 1 used differs from that used by us in j the fact that the wheel Is set in the j center and thus supports practically the entire load, while the handles are 1 supported in part by a strap or rope : over the shoulders of the man who ' operates it. As a result, the wheel barrow coolie in China will transport nearly a half ton on his vehicle." HERE'S NEW FINANCIAL "WIZ John Fixes the Pump So That HI* Wife Can Take in Washing; Charges Her $1. Waukegan. 111.—John Nevelier of Zion City can lay claim to unique dis | tinctlon as a financial genius. In the Lake county Juvenile court in Wau kegan his daughter, Grace, who was sent to Geneva school for girls, de clared she had been forced to support herself ever since she was 12 years ; old and that her mother was compelled to take In washing. One day the pump , was broken, which prevented Mrs. Nevelier from getting water so she could do a washing. She asked her husband to fix the pump, Grace said, and he charged her a dollar for do ing It i IF® "™1 SEPTEMBER 22 to 29 Is the week in which you will be given the opportunity of showing your apprecia tion of the Salvation Army and This Read This "I was on the St. Mihel Front in the reserves about one mile from the front and our Company was ordered to the trenches at four A. M. A Sal vation Army hut was there and two Salvation Army lassies making coffee and doughnuts for the boys under steady shell-fire, much for the Army for what they did for us." "The Salvation Army had a hut at Penny, France. Men and women were there making pies, hot-cakes. They worked all day and way into the night. The General or dered them out on account of heavy shell-fire. The Girls refused to go. and wanted to stay wi^h the boys right through." doughnuts and j | I 1 can't say too PVT. P. T. RILEY, 28th Dlv. PVT. E. H. LANDSBOROUGH. This Space Contributed by The Bonners Ferry Lumber Co., Ltd. Bonners Ferry, Idaho j E=P i NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Charles Kelley, deceased. 1 Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of c £ arles Kell leased, to the cred ltorg ofj and all persons having claims! a g a i ns t the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers,! ; within four months after the first pub llcation of this notice, to the said ad-! ministrator, at his office in the ; läge of Bonners Ferry, Boundary j County, Idaho, the same being the I place for the transaction of the bus!-, IN ll b ) » ■ ■ iï; Ht I ii II . / f I mm lil!« «ii v. ) ■ j •<i> 11 ♦ I iii,. i T ALK about smokes, Prince Albert is geared to a joyhandout standard that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe—old or new ! Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality-' You can t any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process ! ^ ou just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back I r » 4 « r*j \t] I $ j * fidi ^ n # Ce A, I' ert * v * r ywher€ tobacco i, told. Toppy red bagi. _ t i . * m * p pound and half pound tin humidors— und p / 1 acf, f a/ P 0 ™* crystal glass humidor with spongs er °P *hat heepg the tobacco in such perfect condition* CapTTKht Hit br R.J. k.,DwUlj Tobtet c*. R. J. Reynold« Tobacco Co., Win«ton-Salem, N, C. ness of said estate in the County of Boundary, State of Idaho , , CHARLES O CALLAGHAN, Administrator of the estate of Charles Kelley, deceased. Dated this 22nd day of August, 1919. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy This is not only one of the best and most efficient medicines for coughs, Vll-jcolds, croup and whooping cough, but iit is also pleasant to take which is im portant when a medicine must be glv en to young children. Chamberlain's ; Cough Remedy has been in use for ma ny years and has met with much favor wherever Its good qualities have be-■ come known. Many mothers have glv en it their unqualified endorsement jWm. Scruby, Chlllicothe, Mo., writes, I "I have raised three children, haveal-*^ ways used Chamberlain's Cough Rem-Ho, edy, and found it to be the best for all coughs, colds and croup. My wife* and I have always felt safe from croup* with it in the house " Chamberlain's* Cough Remedy contains no opium or other narcotic.