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HAPPY NEW YEAR
As comrades engaged in a common task; as friends whom we have come to trust and rc spect, we extend to you greetings, to you and yours a New Year full of personal happiness and of that satisfaction and We wish pros perity which spring from work entered upon with confidence and enthusiasm, and carried through with courage assured success. and industry to an HAPPY NEW YEAR! CAUSTON BROS. Phone 73 üiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiirË a! Established in 1891. C. W. KING. Editor Published every Thursday at Bon ners Ferry, Idaho, In the Interests of Boundary County of Idaho. Entered is second class matter, January 1, 1906. at the postoftice at Bonners Ferry, Idaho, under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. Subscription rates, $2.00 per year if paid in advance; $2.50 otherwise; Canada and foreign countries, $2.50 yearly in advance. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of E. C. Gale, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Administratrix of the Estate •of E. C. Gale, deceased, to the credit ors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit' them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administratrix, at the office of S. E Henry, at Bonners Ferry, County of Boundary, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated December 12, 1922. j IDA M.. GALE. Administratrix. dec 14-jan4 .. Notice Is hereby given that the, Board of County Commissioners of Boundary county, state of Idaho, will sell at public auction to the highest bidders, at the county courthouse on Saturday. January 6, at 1:30 p, nx.. j all the old timbers taken from the! county wagon bridge located at the j north end of Main street, Bonners Ferry, Idaho. < all for Bids. j j _. Cinnamon Toast. Oatmeal Toast. ; i rennost, Anchovies, Rye Crisp, S.S. j ioast, just received for you. at Lit ties Store. rj adv. I J. B, BRODY', Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, Boundary County, Idaho. it 19 2 3 As we approach the Old Year's end, thoughts turn kindly to those whose co-operation to progress, a happy and our — es: = — — 77 T EE ezz e= EEE in the past has enabled We wish you most heartily prosperous New Year. us = ~ —: — Kootenai Valley Produce Co I j EE *--tU • ~ •9 PHONE 109 CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN I In ' KAUM COSTS OKI HI, ASK * YEAH Substantial Cut In Many Articles in | fust Twelve Months. j I The following table of prices under I taken by the Division of Crop and j Livestock Estimates i States Department of of the United Agriculture ! «bows the relative prices which the ; farmers paid for their material and I equipment one year ago and at the present time. It will be seen that a j marked reduction has been effected in | practically all items. The prices noted i are the average paid hy western farm ers. For Axes . Barbwire .. 1922 $ 2..25 . ».51 Separators .... 85.00 Harness 1921 $ 2.85 fier. 97.75 61.50 46.69 Fruit jars . Harrows .. Hay rakes Hoes . Lanterns .. Manure sprdrs. 185.67 Mowers . Paint ... Plows .. . Cement . Binder twine... AVheelbarrows On the average the price 1.32 1.44 39.82 . 63.60 51.80 63,10 1.29 1.03 j j 1.32 I I | I j I of the ! was S3 j 1.81 231.80 110.00 . . 93.95 3.46 4.08 44.20 56.00 1.45 farmer's equipment in 1922 P®« 1 cent of the price in 1921, on the j corresponding date, 1.51 .17 .21 9.39 11.30 $6,500,000 Road Fund Rack. y The full amount appropriated by j the last session of congress for the construction of forest roads and trails of which the larger mileage is in I Oregon, Washington and Idaho, was restored to the agricultural depart ment bill by the house committee on ( agricultural appropriations Tuesday, j says a Washington news dispatch. The last session of congress appro printed $6,500,000, hut the budget di j rector only allowed $3,000.000. j NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned will, at the regular meet ing of the Board of County Commis sioners of Boundary county to be held! on Monday, the 12th day of February. 11923, apply to the Board of Commis- 1 sioners for the appointment of such deputies and clerical assistants as i may be necessary in the office of the 1 Assessor for the ensuing term d28-j25 W. C. REID. ! GOVERNMENT OWNS MANY BOOKS | Congressional Library Report Sh Rapid Growth. Housed in the most beautiful, plete, and modern library building in the world, the United States possesses in the congressional library the great est single educational unit extant. Over 3,000,000 books are now in the collection. To them are to be added manuscripts, maps, and pieces of mu sic to the number of many millions more, with a resultant total implying the existence under a single roof and administration of a mass of collec tions. literary and artistic, any of which might justly be the entire cern of an independent institution, cording to the annual report of the j librarian of congress, just submitted to congress. Since the library was removed from the capitol to the new' building, it I has grown at the rate of 1.000,000 a decade. (IBS com con ac I On July 1 last the books numbered 3.000,000.408; the maps and charts. 174,093; pieces of music, 954, 304. and prints. 428,745. The number of pieces in the map division, with the ordnance and insurance maps itemized, reached 500,000.. An item ized count of the manuscripts is im Practicable, but if made would show many million folios. j NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the un j dersigned will, at the regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners of Boundary county to be held Monday, the 12th dav of February 1923. apply to the Board of Commis sioners for the appointment of such deputies and clerical assistants as may be necessary to the office of the Recorder of Boundary' County and ex-in. officio Auditor. Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, and Clerk of .■e the District Court, for the ensuing term, <J2S-j25 DOLLIE BRUCE. Methodist Church Notices, Sunday school at 10. Morning serv ice at 11. Junior and Epworth League at 6:30. Preaching at 7 30 at 7 choir Dractice at s „ V ' 1 p a tK at 8. Preaching in the Paradise church Sunday at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Y'ou are cordially invited. A. H. MORTON, Pastor —- n:» of the agrlcul tur e department of the Idaho Techni '•al Institute will enter a stock Inde 'ne team at ri.» fJZ „ * . ut the Ogden livestock show , Felix I'lastlno is the oach of til© team ami says that, al- 1 though this is the first team entere«! hy the stil te aoliool here in such a 1 eondest he believes it win be in g .. shape by the time Of the show. Judg-| mg will he graded on beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep and swine. Pocatello. The Pocatello chamber ' of commerce went on record as oppos mg the propose.ut by congress of appropriation of *(!, 500,000 for forest roads to $3,000,000. A telegram fr,,.», 4 * m the Interim, imam Development league was rend by President Fred -MW,i.wan and members of the club i wired the answer that it was opposed to the reduction. Pithy News Notes From All Parts of IDAHO Pocatello.— St: the Caldwell.—Five boys were injured us the result of playing with dynamite '■aps. Harry Houser bus had several pieces of metal extracted from his faee ; Kenneth Houser lias had metal removed from on,- eye, sight perhaps injured ; Everet Calhoun, one thumb blown off ; Charles Calhoun, cuts and bruises about ttie faee and knee, Melvin Harris, face. Marl He an I badly powder-burned user escaped unscathed. Boise.-—"It is much wiser and far i more economical to observe care in : handling sick, animals than to pay for ; rabies treatment." said Dr. Almond state medical advisor, after ordering preventive medicine for a patient for rabies sent to Joseph Madison of Cam bridge, who had been bitten by a mad toyote. Twin Falls. Taking exception certain published reports to the effect that financial conditions among south ern Idaho farmers are extremely had, members of the Twin Falls Kiwanis club authorized the appointment of a 1 £ committee, to compile authoritative In- Is formation on airricultiirn. conditions S to combating such £ to here with a view' reports. Boise.—That it will he ImpossibF for a private monopoly of public lands, \ especially lieu selections, the west as would have been possible under tlie terms of house hill No. 77, which President Harding vetoed on E I be application of the members of the JE Idaho congressional delegation, is evi dent from the fuir text of a that lias readied the land office in this city, law the exchange which house bill No. 77 proposed is effected by ■ to exist in § new law i_ United States E Under this means of procedure and regulations to apply in j ail cases and the fullest publicity. The j secretary of the interior is empowered j to exchange lands within a forest sm ' e fnr outside land of an equal val- i ue - or the secretorv of agriculture i may grant in exchange for such ian.il its equivalent inHmi.r It ° in tlnll * ei taken from j e U8ene - re Boise.—Riding the' treacherous wat- I et's and rapids of the Snake river from j Ueiser to Lewiston is the feat which j panion, I.en Ensign, also are attempting. the trip safely in a rowboat built es pecially for the trp. Pocatello.—Christmas cheer and a real Christmas dinner in every home in Pocatello, even the seems assured hy the manner in which the campaign of the "Good Fellow" club of the Elks is getting underway. —Members of the American association of State Highway Officials went on record at their recent tion in Kansas City as being opposed to the reduction of federal aid on for est roads from $0,500,000 to $3,000,000, according to D. P. Olsen, director for Idaho of highways, who represented the state at the convention. of Weiser, They expect to make most humble. conven Pocatello.—George H. fisli commissioner, claims the record for economy in constructing a new fish hatchery at Hay Spur near Bullevue. I hp new unit of the hatchery cost lj* $44102.50 and is 135 feet long by 22 feet wide. Isaac, state on The floor and wall, 10 in dies high, Is made of moulded -Tete. The capacity of the hatchery, '>,000,000 a one hatching makes it one j of the largest In the state. equipment are three rearing ponds, where the fish grow to sufficient size to place in streams. enty-flve feet long, eight ; and three feet deep with sides of ■ crete and bottoms of gravel. The roofs are ail of wooden construction con In the These are sev feet wide con Boise.—Tha: turkeys are a profit ftble crop is proven by YVurden Cuddy tbo Idaho State Penitentiary. The convicts have raised and year $6,750 worth of turkeys. marketed Idnl 'o Tails.—The Utah- Idaho factory at Lincoln sugar j has closed the year's run. The scasen wag the short est the company licts known for years, but present indications point to a bumper crop of sugar beets next many season, enough to keep the facton», in this district in operation WILL REDUCE ALL EXPENSES ; * ; .... _ . . . . ."* re ls uneasiness in otficial Boise which means the stale house, and while no definite announcements have ^generally understood ' I"' 11 ', there is to he a process of consol „-.Vfa" el l ml,laUun ,n al1 depart to be followed by cut in sal aries. not so much among department heads as in assistants. A 8UI *vey of the situation hnugs out the fact that man y state employees are j settee" rendeVèdTh an Ste'doirg 1 similar ÄÄS and business houses and the question I naturally has come up. "why should s V l *f 1 mo r c f bap an Individual t r r, S f r ( V C i C? * , Oregon has air^wSunSd a" pro! j «ram of this kind and bills are now t e "fS re ? l»mviding for a cut la "f*', from h ? goverm ' r down ag^about 2fiI 1 *™ f 00 th . e , !lver ' a £ e anout per cent more than is paid in Idaho for state officials elec-I tive and appointed including the as sistants in all departments. 1 „ Governor-elect Moore, who is in Boise serving during the absence of Governor Davis is giving the matter a great deal of study. 'His t vo terms as lieutenant governor has rnaoe him 1 ^i n 11111 j111111111111111 i 111111]iiIn11]111111111111)11111111 „ j „ 11 „ I( „ 11111111j11,1,j,jIj 111111 ■ 11 j, Fixing Up For Winter i — £ i £ : £ ; - 5 £ E 5 5 £ Now that the hay is up, the apples picked and the spuds dug, we start to think about and figure on fixing up for winter. Maybe the barn or hay shed needs fixing; maybe the chickens didn't lay the way they should last winter be cause their coop wasn't warm enough. Maybe your home needs fixing—new floors or new shingles—or maybe this is the fall you are figuring to build your new' house or barn. 5 •» S £ £ Is S £ E 5 \\ hatever it is, we are here to serve 3 ou Specials" you can work in to good advantage and our prices are right. we most always have some 5 £ E JE .. E s Also our 16-inch dry slab and planing mill wood is good wood—$3.00 pci load delivered in town, with 25c ad ditional charge for hauling across the river or on Mahoney Hill. § i_ E Bonners ferry Lumber Company, Ltd. Phone 96 lumber lath Mouldings Shingles Wood E 5 E ritnitn>iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnniniuiniinniiiiii iniiiiiiiii„imiiniiinii„„ t „. BOUNDARY Butter and Ice Cream 66 M If you want the best, use Boundarv Butter and Ice Cream. These products are manufactured in Bonneis Ferry under ILie most sani tar\ conditions, where you can inspect them yourselves. Boundary" is the password of quality dairy products. Boundary Creamery The Crystal Laundry i' red Tsudaka, Proprietor Telephone 132. Now ready for and delivered. FNrst-ctoss work atTow^anagement. Bundles called of-town wo>k and Or" Work^ Lr >Weat i p ' dce8 ' warnnieed. Out l.Mndry MUlpo.., „4 ,„p|„ tb, tSt o'S* Cleaning & Pressing Ladies' Garments Moderate Prices. Our specialty. . 4 ; familiar with the needs of the state so far as the departments are con * cerned and he with others believes that there can be-a simplification and retrenchment without injury to any departments. Governor-elect Moore pledged him self and the state to constructive .economy during the campaign and sees no reason to change his mind now that he has been elected. It is not to be the policy to put into effect a program of retrenchment that will cripple or handicap the state in any particular but one which will promit of a saving and at the same time conduct the business of the state along construe tive and progressive lines, The same policy it is expected will be carri . e( '. out in the matter of state stTeTndswmbe^è !nto carefullv i n the effort to h* I p reduce stole taxes and at the same lime carry on the business of the state. The national administrative policy tSVl?! "he to set the examp^e of adopUng a noHcv on conservation so that the stole and the people mav catch up with them seIves and Set on a firmer business Lutheran Church. . English and Norwegian services New Year's day at 7:30 p. m. Contirma tion class will meet next Saturday at 10 o'clock a. m Sunday school next Sunday at 10 requests for a. m. M. P. DOMMERSNAES. Pastor.