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. Ä new offering of % E Wirthmor 1 Æ 3 Silk Blouses ci-A/-« s \>i (> V^-4-IO» W-9-107 I , ' l ! would cost today, we are still enab „They are P rlced $ 5 - 00 - fashioned of beautiful ! led t0 offer these Blouses at this I extremely low price. ' „They are georgette, Crepe de chine and also ^ped Silk shirting of splendid quality. When mak er's material stocks are depleted, this will no longer be possible. are dependably made and lines that insure perfect flt They are appealing and au thentically styled, and the styles are exclusive —A Word of Caution: The quantity is limited and no more of the same styles will be obtainable, therefore advising early buying. „They cut on We are ting. I with us. NOTE : This is the only store In this city where WIRTHMOR SILK BLOUSES can he bought. „Just because the materials were purchased many months ago at one-half what they practically Reid's Department Store The Store of Quality with a Reasonable Price If you have anything you wish to nil vou can find a buyer by adver -1 * u ' „ „ ,, jilng in the Bonners berry Herald. - 160 Acres for Only $3000 ,. , , _ Half Is alder loam and remainder |i loam free from rocks: best spring nter: good 5 room house, log barn ma out-buildings; halt mile to good r and four miles to Naples. Can l«r for $2B to $30 per acre. Bes ijportunity In the county. Time If tolred. Call at Herald office. tf New Stocks of Merchandise These days we are now receiving:, almost daily, shipments of new stocks for our various departments. We ordered our stocks early in order to be able to take care*of your holiday and mid-winter wants. Stationery— Our new lines are very attractive. Plain and fancy boxed, very fine quality and most reasonably priced. We have a very large assort ment to select from. Books- All the latest Popular Fiction. A fine line for boys and girls. Also elegantly bound Gift Books, Bibles, etc, Parisian ivory is always suitable for gifts and while we keep a large stock the year round, at this season we have for your inspection almost ev ery article you could desire, and show these in many pretty designs. Cameras— Another new shipment, various sizes, reasonably priced. Remember, we will do your finishing and printing. Prompt service. We have a complete line of photo supplies. Simonds Drug Store C. D. SIMONDS. Prop. "Dependable Merchandise" "On the Corner" Buy a Columbia Orafonola ON THE EASY PAYMENT PLAN will insure delivery of a Colum A small payment now bia to you at Christmas time. Don't wait. Do it today. 99 'Take it from Me the Good Judge «ays Wise tobacco chewers long since got over the big-chew idea. A little chew of this real quality tobacco gives them better satisfaction and they find their chew ing costs even less. With this class of tobacco, you don't need a fresh chew so often and you find you're saving part of your tobacco money. r\ V / THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW put up in two styles RiGriT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco Bronchial Trouble, Mrs. A. E. Sidenberder, Rockfield, Ind., states; For an atack of bron c hial trouble which usually assails in the spring I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the only thing htat gives me relief. After uslrg it for a f ew (j a y S t u signs of bronchial trouble disappear?." Mail orders given prompt and care fn> attention. We guarantee them Jg-* £ fixt order H for dnlg sundries to Si mond . D St0 ref Bonners Ferry, Wa ho.—adv-tf. n [ total Pick-ups ; I the . v .., _ 4 , i u. * HEAP—Good woik be r ® 6, weighing about 1550 poun is. u. H. Campbell. City. NovlS. a All of the new paved district in the business part of town was opened to traffic last week by City Engineer H 1 S. Cave. Mr. and Mrs. M. McNichols are the I 0 happy parents of a baby boy that ar- ® rived at their home in Park addition ! on Saturday. I r FOUND Set of automobile chains. Owner may recover same by describ- 1 lertl P seme e nt ty Pay ' nB f0r th,S ad ' anted to Rent—Furnished farm Qn shares, by a first elass farmer. Best ! of care and references. M. L. Shel-1 don, P. O, Box 473, Bonners Ferry, Ida, ANNOUNCEMENT—I have arranged to give both instrumental and vocal lessons to pupils desiring instruction. Phone 194. Miss Vina O'Callaghan. Mrs. J. T. Lawless returned Thurs day from a several days combined bus iness and pleasure trip to Spokane. While in the city she was the guest of her daughter. FOR SALE—Team of horses and harness. each; 9 and 10 years old. or particulars address P. O. Box 44, Moravia, Idaho. Mrs. Laura Hawkins, of Washington, D. C. , arrived here this morning and will be the guest, for a few weeks, of her brother, W. B. Hawkins and her neice, Miss Mary Hawkins. Horses weigh 1300 pounds For price Nov 11c. Sven A. Anderson made final proof on Saturday on his 80 acre home stead, before C. W. King, U. S. Com missioner. Fred Baughman and M. L. Rowe were witnesses for the claimant. Miss Agnes Muhlfeld, of Reid's De partment Store, and Miss Marie Muhl feld. of the First State Bank, left on Friday for Spokane where they will spend a few days of their vacation vis iting with friends. On Saturday Probate Judge Hender son appointed"Frank Bush the execu tor of the estate of the late Mrs. Lydia J. Bush. E. M. Flood has been re tained to take care of the legal matters in regard to the estate. 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. tt. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kelly moved their household goods to Porthill on Friday and they will make their home this winter at Camp 21, of the Bon ners Ferry Lumber Company, Mr. Kel ly being foreman of the cajnp. M. T. Huffman, of Eastport, was in town Saturday to make final proof on his homestead before U. S. Commis sioner King, Harry E. Burton and Leo Gieszelman, both of the Eastport district, were witnesses for Mr. Huff man. BSTRAY NOTICE—The undersigned has in his possession a dark red calf, about four months old. that recently strayed on his place. Owner can have same by proving claim and paying ex Martin Peterson, Moravia, penses. Idaho. Harry Fry returned last Tuesday from Wenatchee, Wash,, where he has been employed on the police force as a plain clothes officer, to remain here this winter and Is the violinist of an orchestra which has been recently organized. He intends Walter Brace, a former Bonners, Ferry citizen, returned here last. Thursday from Lewistown, Mont., and plans to make his home here this win ter. district the crops have been a failure for several years on account of the dry weather. He states that in the Lewistown Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Soule are the happy parents of a baby boy which the stork left at their home Wednesday. Grandfather Spurling thinks he now has quite a record as he has three new grandchildren, all boys, one born Septembers, one born October 5 and one born November 5. M. P. Priest, formerly electrician for the Bonners Ferry Lumber Company, arrived here Friday to spend a couple of days visiting with old acquaint He has' been doing electrical ances. construction work at Coulee City and after his visit here will go to LaCrosse, Wash., to do similar work. Auditor Turner, of the northwest division of the American Red Cross, was here Wednesday from his head quarters in Seattle and made arrange ments for the transfer of Red Cross funds from the Sandpolnt chapter to the newly organized Boundary county J. Bert Cowen is the treas chapter. urer of the Borfndary county chapter Mrs. E. H. Brock, of Golden, B. C-, and her daughter, Miss Edna Brock, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, left yesterday tor points in Texas where they will visit with relatives. residents of this city and for the past week had been visiting at the home of Mrs. George McGlocklin, a daughter of Mrs. Brock. They are form er A quilt made by Mrs. Cassie Clifford, a resident of the Northslde, Is on dis play In the windows of Walden Bros, store this week. The quilt Is being raffled bv H. A. Graham for the bene fit of Mrs. Clifford who is 72 years old and a serai-invalid. The quilt Is a verv beautiful one, with flower de signs and it took Mrs. Clifford two years to complete It. Mrs. W. S. Warrlner, of Sheridan. Wyo., left for her home yesterday af ter a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Davis and Mrs. Florence Warrlner, the visitor being the raother-ln-law of Mrs. Florence Warrlner. Little Miss Janet Warrin returned home with her grandmoth and will remain at Sheridan the re mainder of the winter. er er Miss Patti Carrait recently recleved souvenir from the battlefields of France in the shape of a German bay The bayonet Is one of the "saw" type, one side being sharpened to an edge and the other having a saw edge. This is a most barbarous weap on and inflicts a ragged edged wound The bavonet was sent Miss Carratt •several months ago but for some reas on was delayed in transit. a onet. I Delphian* Guests of Render's flob The members of the Reader's club will be entertained this afternoon at home of Mrs. W. S. Severns. The members of the Delphian society will guests of the Reader's club and following a special musical program social hour will be spent. The following program will be ren dered; Plano Solo Mrs. S. C. Witwer, Under What Circumstances was the Mrs, J, R. Vtley. Mrs. H. A. Gale. Life and Mrs. B, Wooledge. Miss Vina O'Callaghan. Mes8ia . h J iVr 1 ' tten tory the Piano Sun } mar V of Beethoven's Works Renresen'tatlve American Sones and Xmnoscrs Songs and Music In the Public Schools Mrs. George R. Gray, Miss Ijaurel Glec?d. Quartette— Mesdames Wilbur, Witwer, Shultis and Bishop. Loomis (loos To Wenatchee L. R. Loomis, for many years In charge of the office ahd commissary department of the Idaho-Continental Mining Company, at Klockmann. Ida., has severed hta connection with the mining company and with A. Klock mann as a partner, has purchased the business of the Mott Candy Co., of Wenatchee, Wash. This is a whole sale candy business and is well es- ] tabltshed. Mr. Loomis will have full charge of the business and with Mr. Klock mann has plans for enlargement and new equipment. The many friends of Messrs. Loomis and Klockmann in this district wish them great success in their new business venture. Sportsmen Enjoy Banquet Members of the Boundary County Fish and Game club and their wives, enjoyed a splendid duck supper at the International hotel Wednesday even ing plates being laid for some 40 peo ple. The banquet was prepared by W. W. Ferbrache and full justice was done the efforts of the caterer. After the banquet various mem bers of the club were called upon for stories and anecdotes. President E. J. New acting as toastmaster, attended the event report a most sat isfying and enjoyable evening. All who Union Church Notice Services in Union church next Sun day as usual. % Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning service at 11 o'clock, sub ject: "Pessimism, Its Cause and Cure." Evening service at 7:30. This service will be under the aus pices of Company C with Miss Har riet Middaugh as chairman, helpful and Interesting service is be ing planned. Come and join in all the services. The church printed and include six months even ing programs, may have It by speaking to the pas tor. A very bulletins are now Anyone desiring one The program last Sunday evening helpful and uplifting and had for was its aim the making of better citizens. G. H. WILBUR. Pastor. Organize Royal Neighbors Lodge Mrs. Carrie J. Benson arrived here last Wednesday from her home in Coeur d Alene, for the purpose of or ganizing a lodge of the Royal Neigh bors of America, an auxiliary-of the Modern Woodmen. All the residents of this district who are members of the Royal Neighbors are requested to leave their names' with R. E. Luse at the Great North ern depot. Postpone State Land Sale The Herald received notice this week from the state land department. Ben Bush, state timber cruiser and land agent. Moscow, Idaho, that the sale of state lands in this county scheduled for November 27, had been postponed until Wednesday, December The lands to be sold are em braced in townships 62 N. 1 E.. 63 N. 1 E., and 65 N. 1 W. Full particulars of the sale and appraised values may be found In this weeks Herald on an other page. 10th. METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES Sabbath School at 10:00 a. m. Morning service at 11:00 a. m., ser mon subject, "The Character of God's Servant." Evening service at 7:30 p. m., ser mon subject, "Those Who Hear God's Voice." Thursday evening prayer service, 7:30 p. m. You are most cordially invited to come and worship with us. J. F. GIBSON, Pastor. CARD OF THANKS The undersigned desire to express their heartfelt thanks for the assist given during the last Illness of They also ance a loving wife and mother, want to thank all those who offered and gave their servlets and assistance at the funeral and further expressed their respect for our loved one with their tributes of mowers. A. B. Ashby and Family. Freshman Hallowe'eri Party On Hallowe'en evening the freshmen, of the Bonners Ferry high school en- i . tertained the members of the faculty . and the student body at a masquerade party. The party began at 8 p. m. with a large crowd present. The gymnasium was cleverly decorated for the occasion. There was a wide va rlety of costumes, from a gay black and yellow clown, soldier boys and Jews to wlerd ghosts with misplaced mouths and clammy hands. The entertainment consisted dancing, games and a "shadow dance", given by four of the freshmen girls. At 10 o'clock a delicious lunch con sistlng of sandwiches, pumpkin pie and cider, was served. At 12 o'clock all the guests departed, declaring that they had spent a very pleasant even Ing. of ENGRAVED CALLING CARDS, and wedding annuoncements > and invita tions, embossed stationery, etc. All the latest samples at the Herald office. Don't read your neighbor's paper. Subscribe for the Herald and be sure of getting the latest and all the news first each week. Aand don't forget that It pays to advertise In the Bon ners Ferry Herald. k I s*' IF You live out of town— The weather is inclement— You are pressed for time— . or for any other reason you find It impossible or impractical to stop in at the bank yourself— Our banklng-by-mall service will be of the greatest convenience. The maximum banking efficiency is secured at a min imum expenditure of effort. Requests tor detailed Information are always wel comed. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BONNERS FERRY. IDAHO Resources over $400,000.00 I I HEN "FARM" ON LONDON ROOF Thirty-Six of Them Lay Eggs There and Seem Perfectly Con tented. London.—One hundred feet above one of London's busiest streets and ! within 200 yards of Big Ben on the roof of the Institute of Civil En gineers, there is one of the best-kept . and most prosperous poultry farms in the city. It comprises 30 hens, housed In three spacious coops, but during the great er part of the day the hens are allowed to roam about the roof at will. Although the coping is not more than IS inches high, the hens never at tempt to reach the ground, contenting themselves with mounting the top and i there announcing their satisfaction af ter an egg lias been added to the rec ord they have been ranking. + Women Use Window of Store for Mirror. Toledo, O.—A clerk In an au tomobile sales place sat at the window all day. He noticed ev ery woman who passed seemed to stare at him. Flirting, thought he, as he patted his cowlick down and stared back, passed. She stared, too. Your window makes a perfect looking glass, she said when she entered the store. His wife Come to Headquarters For your WINTER CLOTHING where your dollars will do their full duty. Ball Band White Heavy Rubbers Ball Band Vacuum Rubbers,water-pr. lea. tops 5.50 U. S. All Red Rubber, 12-inch tops McMillan All-Wool Pants, heavy,. _ McMillan Mackinaws, 40-ounce, 34-inch Boys' Suits, $6.00 to A complete line of Wool Hose, Sweaters, Caps and Underwear for the Whole Family. Our Shoe Stock we feel is the best assortment we ever had, and if you are lucky on size so as to use last year's stock, you get last year's price, as we sell shoes according to what they cost us. A complete line of Ball Band Rubbers for the whole family to fit any shoe. $4.50 5.50 10.00 7.50 medium U i i 16.50 15.00 We Carry the New Idea Patterns we can show you in one-half the time that it takes to sell the old style. Subscriptions taken for Woman's Magazine. which 'A complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries FEED FLOUR. Victory , 49 lb. sack. . Cascade, 49 lb. sack ..... SJ5 UUne's Special, 49 lb. sack., 3.45 kill Wheat, per cwt. Oats, per cwt .. Rolled Oats, per cwt .... 8.60 White Shorts, per cwt .... 8.00 Middlings, per cwt . Bran and Shorts, 80 lb sk.. We pay cash for eggs at all times and other produce as needed for our trade. Can use at* once 100 Sacks Good Spuds at $2 per cwt. $3.25 L£0 2.00 Brown's Dept. Store BRINGS BACK LOST $10.000 Railroad Conductor Find* Package) Dropped by Girl From an Auto in Pennsylvania. I s. w i ■■ Pottsvllle, Pa.—Conductor Downs of the Pennsylvania railroad! returned to Miss Ida McAdams, a clerk in the Pottsville post office, a package* worth nearly $10,000 which Miss Mc Adams Inst from an automobile near her home. She is a sister of William McAdams, a conductor well known all over the state. Search was made for the missing package when the loss wa* discovered, but no clew was discovered 1 until morning papers conveyed th« news that Downs found It and took It to his home at Sunhury. Among other valuables, the package contained $600 In Liberty bonds, unregistered. OIL RAINED ON KANSAS TOWN Geyser Blackens House* and Ruins Carpets and Furniture at Oil Hill, Kan. ■ Eldorado, Knn.—Dry cleaners are doing a land office business and house wives at Oil Hill are working day and, night as the result of oily and muddy spray from a huge geyser when a full head of gas blew off recently. The eruption continued about 30 minutes. For a distance of nearly one. half mile houses, lawns and trees were sprayed. The greasy, sticky liquid was carried through open windows and doors by the wind, and rugs, curtains, * furniture and clothing were smeared and in many Instances ruined.