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j. s. eox. Lewiston Outfitting Co. | Manufacture! s and Dealers in Harness £ and Saddles, Tents, also New and Second } Hand Furniture, Stoves, Hardware, Tin- J ware, Crockery, Guns, Watches, Notions, etc & 4^<>>riier «if Main ami Fifth Strvets, oppimite tlie Uayin«>ii<t Huiiw. t; O. F U* i< lining iiU'iiie.'s in H|k>I;uii«* till» wevk. Art'll Saitii-lil in visiting "l«l fi lends ■ luring the Holidays Harry Lydtm returm.'<l WVilnesday from li s iri|> to liuliana|>oli«. .1 no M. William» and Walker «■■rr down fr«. in Cameron ye-iterday. A large for«»- of men are ex<'iivaflng lor the basement of llie neu Vollmei building. I'll AKT. N koh sAi.K— Empiire of Wm Huevernieke, at the Wnile Front livery barn. Misa Lillian Oreutt who has been «,j .1 illiaettu for the past lew inoiitlis re -1 turned Sunduy evening. She expects lo enter the Normal for the remainder >f the year. Happy New Year. w» Jt y *2* ...The Fair... The Place to Save Money. j wt ets 2 T JL <#t fa Lewiston's Greatest Store ! Great - Slaughter = Sale of • Winter » Goods Beginning December 28. *97, to continue until January 10. '98. Slaughter of Dry Goods. Ladies Feather Boas. Ladies Fascinators. Ladies and Misses Knit Underskirts. Ladies Wool Waists. Ladies, Misses and Childrens Jackets and Capes. Ladies, Missesand Childrens Hoods, Caps, Bonnets Ladies, Misses and Childrens Wool Host-. Slaughter of Dress Goods. Sixty pieces Novelty Wool Suitings in Mixtures and Plaids. Twenty French Suit Patterns. — *** ■vrxurrm.Tfsi eanrs SLASH GO THE PRICES on the Goods herein enumerated. In order to reduce our stock of Winter Goods before commencing our Annual In ventory January 10th, we have inaugurated the Greatest Slaughter Sale of the season. >wm ' i, m * ! Slaughter of Clothing, Etc. Mens, \ ouths and Boys Suits, Overcoats, Pants. • * Niens, \ ouths and Boys Duck Coats. Mens, \ ouths and Boys Caps. Mens Mackintoshes. Slaughter of Blankets, Boots and Shoes, Silk Umbrellas, ioo pairs Mens and Boys lined Mittens to close at half price. Oo Mens I nlauudried Shirts, worth 50 and 75 cts to close at 35 cents. 60 prs Boys \\ ool Boots, worth 60 e, to close at ;5 C John P. Vollmer & Go., Lewiston. Idaho. A H'i|i|>v New Year to all. May lis l>romi»e of prosperity reach a glorious fulfillment. Mi»» Sadie I'oe left Mosenw to take up her l ' in versltv yesterday work in tor the Oscar Hogan a Normal student has gone to Wawawal to teach a three IIKill t li*» school. F/r.a Sheldon, one of the large-t tanners in the Oenesoe country was in the city yesterday. j Matt H. Trescutt, postmaster at Mt. ! Idaho, left lor home on yesterday's ! äl "* e " flw " week ' rt v,M,t in ,heoity - Will Wright, now of the Dverland Hotel at Boise, spent a few days of his holiday vacation among old friends in j Lewiston. The »trunn r Lewi.-ton took down f ui earl'iad» of (.'an a.» prairie hog» rilexday -hinp,-.| Io the Wil «Oli-Dlülll lieller Picking ('«>. of Spokane t ii' *" I'hiessvn reports mi inerease of d«.) lamb« tld» week. He will be prepared to furnish spring lamb lor the early markets. 1'h.i « elei rated Sumer's Family t'on eert and Comedy Co. w ill appear at the Masonic Hall Monday and Tuesday nights under I lie auspices of the local lodge of Heil Men. Coupon Number Tüiî won tile tin. medallion given by the Owl Drug Store lo ils holiday patrons. Mrs. I., A. Porter was the lucky holder of the winning ticket. M.( . Noiini»yh* wtm clown IV*>tn Kendrick Monday. He says that the ; surveyors have arrived there ready to hegiri active operations in extending the road to Lewiston. On Tuesday night the jewelry store of Konant A Konant. of Genesee was burglarized and over £;ïihi wmth of jewelry taken. No trace of the liur glars has yet been ttiseovereu. « )„ Wednesday evening, Mr. Phillip Wclsgerber gathered a company oi friends at the family tesidence as a j surprise party in honor of Miss Maggie's ^ r *hday. The company spent a de l 'K ,lt, ul , * vt ' ll > ll *t w ith cards and other gaines. Leland Notes. j he ,. Hob,läy "in M osl-o w ' w i tl ,*r'd a lives and friends Mrs. K. I). Davis went to North Yakima last week to spend the Hnli j ll!l - vs " ill ' lltl ' tunlher. , with us again, during vacation, we are glad to see you Elmo. j Misses Enin and Carrie Ward stii d.mts at the Lewis on State Normal, j arc spending their H ilidays at home. ! Messrs. Win. Black and W. W. Leeper went lo Lewiston, Tuesday to spend a few da>s on business and I pleasure. j W. F. t lalbraitli, the dentist, wishes tin- public lo know that be is prepared lo dti all kinds of Dental work in first class shape. All work is guaranteed. The tesidence of .Mrs. H. I). Levdc j was entirely destroyed by (ire Dee. <#>.'J7tli. The lire occurring about S o'clock p m. A few household goods I T'were saved. No insurance. Mrs. Ley de has the sympathy of every one over ! her loss. * ' I The Christmas exorcises passe:! «»It « nicely at each ol the «•liiirchvs, both bmldmgs being crow.led. Santa Claus ; was present to the delight of the cliil. dretl. The two Santa Clauses met in! the street und shook hands before they ! wi tit about their work. ! , I lie L mon Lpwortli League elected | Hie billowing oflieets tortile eusiieing term, l'res., (teo. Wbiuda r; 1st Vice ! Pies , N. B. Long;" «I Vice Pres., Mrs I C. W. Van lvlt;.'îrd Y.ce I'res., .1. H. ! Lewis; 4th Nice Pie«.. K. K. Sage; I rcits., Mr.«, t-ec'v, W. Miller. F. (la biuitli; /MOV I V5»j*.7 Î0C 0 K Æ <&&ti A Happy and Prosperous New Year To One and All. J. Alexander. The Old eorner»Lewiston, Idaho A New Teacher Elected. mg ., re« ..i i ie I , , , P™' 1 '>e school board at its regular ! Ill<,, *t Dly meeting heldMotidiiy elected I Geo. H. McFetridge late «■!' the St I'aul, Minn, schools and a graduate » f the Ypsi'anti Michigan normal to as ; „i, , " 1 There will lie a general shining of ! grade work from the fourth gratte to ! ,, , , , , , .... , , , the high school and the eighth, ninth. | and tenth grades v. - ..'. i a seated in the i,;.,i. , .. . ! " 1 r<M ' a '' A re,,|tatltm I t,e cu ^ °ß ' from this room to he ! used by the principal. Prof. MeFetridge will have charge of all grammar, lilerti lure and history work troin the seventh grade through the high school. -- i 1 lie growth <il the public school has| been yer.v rapid during the year and it i been' a r«"«* «s-u-v to increase the teach- ! In« t. re, I.ic 'middle of the sc-hool Northwest Fruit Growers Associa i tion at Portland, Or. jo,> r 1 1 1 «» above occasion, a round trtp i rate of siti 47 on the certi Heute plan is ! aulhori/.ed. Tickets on sale January 8 9 > l9 > or 11 K w Kettenhaelt, Agent. Talking .w.oi'T it—P atrons who have tried the Model Cafe ibis week are talking about the menu and the service. Ask them if it is notull right. Medicinal Port Wine. 'l l e Log Cabin ha.« in stock for sale some tine port wine esjieiially pre pan «1 for in valid» and for family use. Wai.king ADVKirnsKMKNTK-Every | person who has diiusl at the Modell Cafe this week is a walking advertise-! nielli for I he excellence of the house Ask them about it I ' j | Prof. W. Orion Band and Orchestra Lead« Lessons given on Violin. Cor net and Harmony. Notice to Shareholders. The regular annual nicetiiigofgtook holders of I lie Lewiston National Bank will be held at 1 1 it- rooms of lue Bunk, on Tuesday, January 11, Isa» at :i o'clock p. m. Oko. H. Kkstkk, Cashier. Dated Dec. 4, 18!)7. Wood for Sale. I Dry re«l tir wood lor sale, iiroiuptlj j delivered. Teleplmi *• 14. F. W. Kettenbaili.