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Books! Books!
All books of fiction now on display in
our show window will be sold at
Half Price
while they last. Regular $1.00 values
for 50 cents. Better make your choice
at once.
Hawks' Drug Store
Tf . .
frinno j tbe Uerald, tell your
iriend who does not read it.
1' OR SALE—Firstclass piano, stand
nrd make, in finest condition, only
$175. Inqure of I. Causton. city. tf ■
Special f or
Chocolate and White Cake Jelly Rolls, 20c per cut.
Wo wlU have the following Pies at 25c each:
Apple and Mince Meat.
Fresh Batter Horns, Breakfast Buns, Custard Rolls,
cults, Crescents, Coffee Cakes—Made fresh
H uckleberrj,
Tea Bis
every day.
Our Breads
arc Rye, Graham, Nat, Raisin and Prune Loaf.
Three Loaves for 25c, any day of the week.
Cakes and Cookies
made fresh every day; also delicious Chocolate
and Sugar Dough
Bonner Bakery
I The
Now Startmi
Buy your Heating Stove
while our stock is complete. We
have a heater for
The Old Reliable Air Tight
Heaters priced from
every require
The Famous Cole's Hot Blast
Heaters at prices you can afford
to pay.
Come in and get j ours
Marnot—The best floor varnish
made. Bliss Paint and Paper Store, tf
For Sale_Flratclass i, r
typewriter! almost new «5 Ino" re
at Herald office * ®
Cocal Pick-ups
POH RENT—A small house, cheap.
ad/ tf.
See J. W Reid.
L. C. Smith and wife, of Leonia, were
visitors in the city Tuesday.
For Wood-sawing:- Leave orders at
Cash's Secondhand Store,
Bill Mea
Nov 10 2t
and reliable: careful driving.
Buck, Phone 60-W.
The Loyal Legion of Loggers and
Lumbermen have arranged to give a
dance at the K. P. hall on Thanksgiv
ing evening.
Don't blame anybody but yourself if
your nights are made miserable by in
digestion. Your failure to take Tan
lac. C. D. Simonds.
A marriage license was Issued at
the courthouse Tuesday to Lucien J,
Daufau, of Porthill and Miss Elsie
Goldbeck, of Bonners Ferry
Miss Bertha Gentzler, Western Un
ion Telegraph Co. operator at Kalis
pell, Mont., is visiting at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Fay Berger.
Bud Winegar, who has been
ployed for some time at the Bcards
more and other logging camps in this
district, left Friday for Jackson,Wyo.
WANTED, TO BUY-—A good fresh
milch cow; must be gentle and broke.
State price and particulars. Address
P. O. Box No. 573, Bonners Ferry. Itc
Rev. Father Kelly will hear confes
sion Saturday afternoon and evening
ftt the Catholic church. Mass will be
cele hrated at 8 o'clock Sunday morn
lng -
Douglas Palmer, local representa
tive ° r the Weyerhaeuser Sales Co„
returned today from a several weeks
business trip to Montana and North
Dakota points.
Rev. Jacob A. Hiatt will hold
vices Sunday, November 13. at 1:30
p. m„ at the St. Mary's Guild hall,
The general public is invited to at
tend this service.
t m
The demand for Tanlac has broken
all world's records. Over twenty mil
lion bottles have been sold since It
was placed on the market six
ago. C. D, Smonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Graham left
last Thursday evening for Portland.
Vancouver and other
coast towns
planning to spend a few weeks visit
ing with friends and relatives.
The contract for
the re-shingling
of the county courthouse was let
cently to Jack O'Keefe, by the county
commissioners, for $3.00 per thousand.
Mr. O'Keefe started work on the con
tract on Tuesday.
Mrs. H. O .Rouse, a resident of the
Northside, has been seriously il! with
appendicitis tor several days and
was compelled to undergo an oper
ation yesterday afternoon at the Bon
ners Ferry hospital.
II. V. Van Gundy, one of the pro
prietors of the New Variety Store, has
sold out his store at Oakesdale, Wash.,
and has opened a ladies' furnishings
store in Spokane at the corner of First
and Howard streets.
W, C. Butler left last Friday for
Spokane to attend the meetings of
the district board of the Loyal Legion
of Loggers and Lumbermen, he being
a member of the board representing
the L. L. L. L. employees of this dis
E. E, Saunders, of Hawks Drug
Store, is enjoying a vacation this
week and plans to visit with relatives
at Naples and at Rockford, Wash.
Warren Bonnington is assist.ug Mr.
Hawks in the absence of Mr. Saun
The "K. M. " club was pleasantly
entertained Tuesday afternoon at !he
home of Mrs. Gerald Brooks,
afternoon was spent sewing and a de
licious lunch was served,
meeting will be at the home of Miss
Effie Dunn.
The box of soap offered by Causton
Bros.' store to the person making the
nearest correct guess of the number
of burs of soap in the pile displayed
in the store window, was won by Mrs.
Eva Leslie, whose guess was D06 bars,
"he'e were 940 bars of soap ia the
The next
James W T . Knight is
reco/sr.'ng as
fast as could be expected from a ser
ious accident of a couple of weeks
ago, when he was struck by a log, at
a siding near Naples and suffered the
fracture of both pelvis bones. He Is
being cared for at the Bonners E'erry
A deal was concluded this
whereby Tom McGinnis, a newcomer
from Canada, purchased 160 acres of
the Zornes estate, adjoining the Fied
R. Davis ranch at McArthur.
McGinnis will take immediate
session and plans to do considerable
clearing and improvement work.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cowart,
dents of the Meadow Creek district,
were business visitors in the city Sat
urday. Mr. Cowart is an officer of
the Meadow Creek Lumber Co. He
states that his company is now get
ting out white pine logs but that the
j mill is not running owing to poor
) lumber market conditions.
! Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Causton left
i terday tor Spokane, Colville and Pas
co, Wash., where they plan to spend
[a couple of weeks on a combined bus
! inesa and pleasure trip. Mr. Cans- i
j ton joined his wife at Sandpoint, hav- |
j ing been called to that city yesterday |
! morning to conduct a public auction
sale for the Sandpoint Chamber of !
Howard Kent, who is attending the
government vocational training school
in Spokane, spent Saturday and Sun
day here visiting with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kent.
He was
accompanied on the week-end visit
by one of his Instructors, Prof. Click,,
and two friends. James Jump Nind !
Lawrence Nuer, who are also taking 1
vocational training courses. !
AUCTIONEER—I am prepared to i
give you the benefit of over 20 years |
experience as an auctioneer. Arrange
ments for sales may be made at either
the First State Bank, the First Na
tional Bank, or the Herald office.
Terms upon application. Also am li
censed real estate broker. Address p.
O. Box No. 33. I. Causton, Bonners |
Ferry, Idaho.
§ $1.00 Day
November 12
Boundary Dry Goods Co.
Another $1.00 Day
ill feature $1.00 day about once a month.
— It will pay you to investi
II gate and take advantage of the Special Bargains offered at our Special $1.00
— Day Sale. We mention some of the items as follows,
values in all departments.)
(Other special price
Men's Heavy Cotton two-piece Underwear...
. $1.00 garment
A special good assortment of Silk Ties will
be gathered together; values up to $2.00.
. $1.00 each
Our 36-inch Silk Poplins, a good quality in
all shades, dark and light. A splendid material
for evening gowns .*1.00 yard
~ 80-Inch Kimona Crepe, handsome patterns,
— medium heavy quality, good values at 45c; Salnr
= da >' .. yards $1.00
Two pairs of 75c Suspenders for .
These are Christmas suggestions.
Men's warm lined Leather Mitts; soft and
tough; see these at.$1.00
A lot of Men's and Boys' Caps in odds and
Von will find In this lot $3.00 and $3.00
..$ 1.00
A fen Boys' Knee Pants, while they last. .$1.00
$ 1.00
Fine blenched white Canton Flannel; can be
made up into fine underwear.6 yards $1.00
1 for $1.00
Pillows—Feather Pillows, 17x34... .$1.00 each
Knitting lard, In Black and White only;
.-2 hanks, 14-pound each, $1.00
Women's Black Kid and Silk Gloves, not all
.sizes; choice ....
Ask to see our Women's Coats.
Towels—Bleached Hack and Bath
sizes 36x18
caps at
Three pairs Men's Heavy White AH Wool Sox
(limited amount) for.$1,00
.$1.00 pair
Look at onr Men's Overcoats.
Boundary Dry Goods Go.
Phone 34
Take Tanlac and eat three
meals a day. C. D. Simonds.
LOST—Mitchell auto hub cap Re
turn to L. \. Brown's Department
Fred R. Davis, a wellknown rancher
of the McArthur district, was a busi
ness visitor in the city Tuesday.
FOR SALE—1920 Ford runabout
Inquire of Fred Ja
good condition.
cobs, care White's Camp Nof 3.
FREE COFFEE!—Read all the
ticulars of our free coffee offer in
our half page ad in this Issue of the
White & White.
The Altar society of St. Ann's Cath
olic church will meet in the church
parlors on Thursday afternoon, No
vember 17. Mrs. J. J. Neville will en
Martin Estlund, the
plans to leave Saturday for St. Maries
where he will submit a bid on the
construction of a proposed new \mcr
ican Legion hall.
Miss Eulalia Ferrill,
Wn„ is the new teacher of the fifth
and sixth grades of the
school, succeeding Mrs.
Dehlbom, resigned.
of Marcus,
Mr. and Mrs. F.
L. Sterling, of
Columbus, Wash., arrived here Mon
day to visit at the home of Mrs. Ster
lings son, F. A. Amos and with her
brother. M. P. DeWolf.
It will pay you to careiully read
the many bargains offered by the
Boundary Dry Gopds Co. ('or the spec
ial Saturday Dollar Day Sale,
advertisement in this paper
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson left
Wednesday for Port Angeles, Wash.,
where they will join their
Peterson, and spend the winter. Mr.
Peterson owns a large tract of land
near Port Angeles which he Is hold
ing as an investment.
The members of the G. G. G. club
were entertained last night at the
home of Mrs. D. C. McDonald. The
prize for the high score atAhe auction
bridge games was won by Miss Agnes
Callahan. A delicious lunch was
served after the games.
Tom Montgomery, Bob Ames, Lee
Oudbaur, Charles Reny and Charles
Noe. wellknown stockmen of the Port
hill and Copeland districts, were In
town Tuesday, having brought in a
largo herd of beet cattle which
sold to the City Meat Market.
On Tuesday of this ' week, Miss
Carleton, the county nurse, with Mrs.
Flood, visited the Washington school
near the Bonner Tie camp and exam
ined the ten children enrolled there.
On Thursday and Friday she will ex
amine the'children of the Copeland
son, A*
The board of directors of the Bound
ary County Fair Association held
i meeting Monday night to go ever their
| accounts and make a final settlement
| of the fair business for the year. Sec
retary Brown plans to have a financial
! report ready for publication in the
near future.
._ , „
* JTJ al , (J azaar I ridaj, November 11
The ladies of the Lutheran church
will hold their annual bazaar and sup
per at the Christian church on FY1
day, November 11. The sale of plain
and fancy sewing will begin at 2:30
?; m • n . n 1 <1 * n W er , b f served from
fl '® untl | e f P ht o dock at 50 cents per
plate ; A11 ^nds of go " d thir J g f to
eat, including chicken. The public is
invited to attend,
For Trade or Exchange
Will trade my property in Pullman,
in on a ranch near Bonners Ferry.
I prefer improved land; must be good
land; no poor propositions wanted.
Will trade for acreage close to Bon
ners Ferrv. Address John H. Hall,
222 Harrison St., Pullman. Wash, 2t
Order your butter-wrappers at the
Herald office.
Lost Brown leather ladies' purse.
Finder kindly return to owner at the
city water and light office.
Val Spar, the best waterproof
nish made, for sale by the Bliss Paint
& Paper Store.
The Way To Buy
Watch Satisfaction
■y OU may like a man very much, yet not like his brother.
You may like one Waltham or Elgin, yet another one
of those same makes of watches would not suit you at all.
, There's just one way to buy watch satisfaction. That
is to have the expert watchmaker, who knows the con
struction and the "whys" for it, of watches, help you select
the one best suited to you.
You get that expert help here. That's why watches
we sell are always so completely satisfactory. Then, too,
our prices are big values. You can't buy as good watches
cheaper anywhere.
Waltham, Elgin, Swiss,
from $12.00 to $75.00
0. F. HOWE, Jeweler
Registered Optometrist
Edison Phonographs and Records
Does It Pay?
To Light the Town?
It cost the Village $70.42 to replace street
lights broken and burned out during the five
months ending November 1st.
Many of these lamps were broken by boys.
Ten dollars reward will be paid for
information leading to the arrest and
conviction of anyone destroying street
Light and Water Dept.
Before you buy a phonograph hear
the Actuelle, greater than the phono
graph. Stookey Furniture Co.
Compare the Edison Phonograph
with any other talking machine and
you will always be a booster for the
"Edison." Sold on the easy payment
plan. O. F. Howe.

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