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Bonners Ferry herald. [volume] (Bonners Ferry, Idaho) 1904-current, December 28, 1922, Image 5

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At this season of the year we are gratefully reminded of
those whose friendly good will and co-operation have
contributed to our success, and we feel that 1922 should
not pass from us without extending to you an expression
of our appreciation of the cordial relations that have
always existed between ns and we take this opportunity
to extend
The Greetings of the Season
And we are sincere in hoping that the year 1923 will
bring to you the best you have ever known in Health,
Happiness and Prosperity. That is our wish to you.
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M. E. CASH
Dealer in
DISHES, GBANITEAVARE, FLOOR COVERINGS, FURNITURE,
STOVES, GALVANIZED WIRE
Both New and Second Hand.
Always Have Something Yon Want
CALL AND SEE US
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With the coming of the New Year
we take pleasure in expressing our
sincere appreciation of your good
will and extend to you the season's
greetings, together with our cordial
wishes for your happiness and
prosperity.
Stookey Furniture Co
Bonners terry, Idaho
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New Year's Greetings
A cordial clasping of your hand,
A happy smile you'll understand,
A friendly look into your eye—
These are the tilings we cannot buy.
And in this ad cannot send.
But yet as greetings we extend
In »Spirit.
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Brick Ice Cream for New Year's Day.
Place your order at once and you
will not be disappointed.
Simonds Drug Store
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C. D. Simond«, Prop.
Opposite the Postoffice
On the Corner
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ternoon „ Ole home of Mr.. A. A. Me
Intyre, in Spokane, of sleeping sick
ness, will be held this afternoon at
! -i:30 o'clock at the Methodist church
under the auspices of Acme Lodge No
15, Knights of Pythias, of which the
deceased was a member Rev. E. R.
Hendersou will preach the funeral
Interment will be had in the
Grandview cemetery. |
Mr. Maughan was nearly 73 years'
old and had always enjoyed good
health until about 26 days ago, when
he told of not feeling quite well. He
went to Spokane a couple of weeks !
ago and his illness developed into
sleeping sickness, from which he died.
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WILLIAM MAUGHAN PASSES \W \Y
Wcllknovvn and Popular Musician
Dies of Sleeping Sickness.
sermon.
The deceased was born in
castle, England, on March 13. 1850.
He lived in England until lie was 30
years old and was married in New
castle in 1878. With his wife he came j
to the United States in 1880 and final
ly located in Montana where he lived i
for many years and raised a family of
six boys and two girls. He moved to
Bonners Ferrv in 1907 and has since
made this city his home.
died here in 1916. He is survived by
his mother, who is over 90 years old
and is residing at Newcastle, England;
two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Boyer, of
Wallace, Idaho, and Mrs. Manon
D A rev, of Spokane, A\ ash. ; six sons,
Joseph Maughan, John Maughan and
Prank Maughan. all residents of Port
land, Greg ; Ted Maughan. Robert
Maughan and Thomas Maughan. all
residents of Bonners Perry. Ralph
Maughan, a grandson, who was raised
from early infan y by Mr. and Mrs.
William Maughan. is one of 24 grand
children of the deceased.
His wife
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family.
All the children of the deceased
were with him in his last illness and
came here last evening from Spokane
to attend the funeral services
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ability and instructed in music and
directed orchestra and band organi
ations until a few years ago. He was
a member of the Methodist church
and the Knights of Pythias and A.
! O. U. W. lodges.
He was respected and admired by
all his acquaintances wherever he
1 lived. He was a kind father, generous
I and considerate and alwavs ready to
render any assistance to his friends.
Host of Bonners Perry people join
j in mourning his death and in extend
1 ing their sympathies to the bereaved
The deceased was a rhuslcian of
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Cocal Pick-ups
Mr. and Mrs. Kill« G. Watson are,
the h »Pl»' l> are n' 8 o{ « >>« b >' girl born
, to them on Wednesday. December 20.
Henry Henige returned home this
morning from Portland. Dreg., where
he spent several weeks visiting with
' his brother,
J. B. Brody went to Spokane Friday
j to attend the funeral of Mrs. H I.
Medbury, who died at Seattle on Mon
day, Dec. 18.
Miss Florence McGreevy left Salur
day for Spokane to spend the holiday
vacation visiting with her sister, Mrs.
I Harry O'Brien, ■
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Alderson
of Leonia are the proud parents of
twins, a boy and a girl, born to them
on Sunday. December 24.
Wallace Reid in "The World's
i Champion." is said to be Reid's best
picture to date. See it at tlie Amazon
Sunday afternoon and evening.
Mr. and Mrs Glen Cole arrived here
Iasi Wednesday from Libby, Mont., anil
will visit for a time at the home of
Mr. Cote's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doolittle lefi
Saturday foi Priest. River, Idaho,
where they planned to spend the
Christmas holidays with relatives of
Mr. Doolittle. :
Ed Becker, who is with the state
highway surveying crew, left Tues
day- for Boise, where he was called as
a witness in a case being tried in the
federal court.
Third rank work will be put on the
regular meeting of the K. P. lodge
tonight. There will be special enter
taiument and a "feed" following the
regular lodge work.
A dance will be given at the Farm
j ers' Union hail on the Northside. au
; spices the Farmers' Union, Saturday
night December 30. Megquier's music.
adv
All invited
Mrs. R. M. Bowell and .Mrs. John
Hanson have issued Invitations for a
bridge luncheon to be given at the
home of Mrs. Hanson, on Saturday af
ternoon, December 30.
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' ^ aro ' Aldridge and Miss Ber
,ba Plato, who are students at the
normal school at Lewiston, ar
rncil home I» riday to spend the hull
" !l% vacation with their parents.
J. Bert Cowen. J. F. T. Stamm. O, F.
Howe and C. W. King plan to go to
Standpoint tomorrow to take Knight
Templar degree work in Mason- - in
the Sandpoint Commanderv No. 14. |
Geo. J. Gunther, who is taking gov
ernment vocational training at the
University of Idaho at Moscow, ar
rived here Saturday to spend Christ
mas with his brother, C. W. Gunther,
Miss Gertrude Jacobv, who is tak
ing a course in pharmacy at the Wash
ington state college at Pullman, ar
rived home Saturday to spend the hol
iday vacation with her parents, Mr.
'and Mrs. Jos. Jacoby,
young daughter, of Spokane, arrived
holidays visiting
father. W. F. Dunning, and Mr. Jar
vis' mother, Mrs Wm. Jarvis,
The Christmas dance given at the 1
K P ha n by the members of the
siampire club for the benefit of the
municipal swimming nool fund, on
Christmas night, was well attended
an q t be siampire members believe the
net -receipts will amount to about
$ 100 .
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Stanlev Jarvis and
Mr. and Mrs.
here Saturday to spend the Christmas
Jarvis'
wijb Mrs.
Estray Notice—I have taken up one
light iron gray gelding, had halte.r on;
weighs about 1250 pounds. Owner can
have same by proving ownership and
paying for this notice and feed bill, at
my place near Moyle Springs.
Hershman, Box 822, City.
janl8-4t
Thomas Lynch returned home the
I first of the week from Libby, Mont.,
where he spent Christmas with his
sister. Miss Stephana Lynch,
Loretta Lynch will go to- Libbv today
Jo visit her sister.
am |
WilO is
in charge of the Western Union Tele
graph Co. office in that city.
Floating ice In the Kootenai river
yesterday afternoon broke a section
of the suction pipe through
water is pumped into the reservoir
which supplies the city water system.
A crew of men repaired the damage
service was resumed in a tew
which
hours.
W. W. Ferbrache has recently com
pleted a fancy pillow which he will
coinmittee. 6 T"i ÄS
drrtaken to raffle the pillow and has
already disposed o f many chances
She hopes to raise about $25 for the
swimming pool fund.
Mrs. L N. Brown left last Friday
for Crosby, Minn., in response to a tel
cgram received that morning telling
of her youngest brother, Dan O'Brien,
having been seriously injured
Brown was joined at Rexford, Mont.,
by her sister, Mrs. Eewkes, who also
planned to go to Crosby.
Mr. Brown has received
Utters from the family of Mr. O'Brien
stating that he had suffered a fall,
striking his head in such a manner j
as to cause a blood clot on the brain.
Since Mrs.
Brown left.
ChrNtnia« Uarly Tuesday
The members of the "K. M." club
were the guests of Mrs. Claude Peter
son on Tuesday evening at a Christ- '
mas party.
The members of the club report a
wonderfully good time. The Christ
mas tree was decorated in a most ar-
ilstic manner and was laden .with gifts
for each guest. To conclude a dc
lightful social evening a dainty lunch
was served by the hostess.
Commercial dull Meeting
The regular Monday night meet
ings of the Kootenai Valiev Cominer
cial Club will be resumed January 1
Luncheon will be served at six o'clock
' Monday evening at the Grill restaur
ant in the Casey hotel. All Bonners
Ferry peonle interested in the work
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Speaking of
RESOLUTIONS
A host of resolutions enger I ) made
and idly dropped are cause only for
ridicule.
A fen resolutions seriously made and
as seriously kepi eau be the menus
of hiking your far.
As a suggestion:
Why not resolve
to put "something" no matter how
little. Into the hank regularly
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF
BONNERS FERRY, IDAHO
Member Federal Reserve Hanking System
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" °* Gamhler-llero.
One of the most unusual, original
aUf j thrilling incidents in "While
oak," William S. Hart's new Para
niount photoplay, which will be shown
the Amazon theatre Friday and
Saturday of this week, is that in
which Mr. Hart in the character of
Oak Miller, a gambler, saves a wagon
train from Indians single banded, by
changing his base of operations from
point to point and shooting first with
a pistol and then with a rifle,
Attacked from the rear, the savages
suppose that this is the fire of a con
sidorable body of attackers, and also
the deadly aim of the marksman dis
concerts them and they draw off, thus
giving the emigrants a chance to rally
and turn defeat into victory,
ing fifties.,
It tells a charming love story as well,
The date of the play is in the tight
It is a graphic story of
the hardships of the pioneers and the
dastardly work of a smooth villain.
Vola Vale and Mr. Hart being the
principals. The story Is an original
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Ladies' Shoe Special |
$2.50 Pair |
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We have 19 pairs of Ladies' Dress Shoes, Louis
heels, plain loes, sizes 5, Ö 1 (>, (9/o, in black
and Ians; regular today's values, $7.50, which
we will close lor $2.50 a pair,
30 PAIRS LADIES' RUBBERS, 50c PAIR
Sizes 2 VG to t
Still have a good assortment ■ of Children's
ShoeS, some Boys' and Men's Shoes, some
Ladies' and Children's Underwear, Hosiery,
and a few Sweaters, »Silks and Dress Goods.
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MEN'S COLLARS, 3 FOR 25c
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Solid pack Tomatoes, per can. . . .
.Standard Apricots, per can.
Quality Macaroni, per package ...
Corn Flakes, per package.
Those arc a sample of mir regular prices all the nay through.
We don't believe in selling one article at less Ilian cost and
(hen double-price something else to make it up.
Our motto: "A Square Deal." and if you are not satisfied return
the article and your money will he cheerfully refunded.
We guarantee to meet mail order compeliflon on any order of
groceries consisting of six or more articles, considering Hie
freight and other expenses you are to, and deliver the goods
to you over the counter instead of having to wail
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Flour, Feed and Hay
Just received a car of Poison flour and fee«. Also a ear of
Victory floor and Spokane feed. This makes our stock very
complete.
Get our prices on Timothy, Red Top and Wild Hay.
WE WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR
We close all dav to lake stock.
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Brown's
"'""'is.r-JÄ . . nt "" e ' on
'll who here re.,I the early hl.tory
of the emigrant trains of prairie
schooners, or who have marveled at
the braverv of the men and women of
those days, will appreciate this screen
romance, and the thrills with which
It was possible to invest it. The niate
rial was at hand and Mr. Hart made
excellent, use of it.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Amelia Johnson. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned Administratrix of the Estate
of Amelia Johnson, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within four mouths 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.
HATTIE SEAMEN.
Administratrix.
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