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« « i The Grand Leader ! Red, White and Blue Flour $1.25 per sack rjua ran teed better than any flour on the market. Ask your neighbor. Misa Hannon the celebrate® Demon strator ■will not use any other. She knows. Try a sack and be convinced. Four carloads sold In Lewiston since Its Introduction last February. , . P ' 1 1 I 1 Always a Little Cheaper THE J. ALEXANDER CO., Ltd. I BRICK COMPANY MANUFACTURERS Moat modern and complet* plant in state All grades. Fancy Face, Common and Clinker always on hand. Prompt dalivary and pricaa guaranteed. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ INVESTIGATE The Unexcelled terms offered by the IDAHO TRUST CO. ON REAL ESTATE LOANS W# mak* loan* on improvad City Proparty upon battar tarma chan thoa* offered by BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. Low rat# of into root. Easy pay manta. No delays. Othars hava investi gated and found our term* moot satisfactory. Farm loans a spscialty. F. W. KETTENBACH, Présidant. O. A. KJOS, Vio# Proaidant. E. C. SMITH, Sacrotary. W - F - XETTRNBACH, Präsident. J. ALEXANDER, Visa Présidant GEORGL H. KE STeR, Cashier The Lewiston National Bank LEWISTON. IDAHO directors Joseph Alexander. R C. Reach. C. C. Bunnell J ß rruJdwrtch, Grace PfufTlIn. John W. Given* Wm j W. F. Kettenbach. George Keater, O. E. Guernsey Morris, Liber». Comer of Main and Fourth 8tr*ota TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS S.ght Exchange Sold on All the Principal Cities of the United State* and Europe. I ■ I ; ! I is j i ! ! 0«040*0*0«0*0t0*0*C»CHK>K>» Yon Can Eat. GOLDMAN'S MEAT CoM Storage Market Pi .one lfmln IS*. 90*060*0*0*090*060*0*0*0*0 Patronize Home Industry and Drink Weisgerber's Beer •pacial Braw, * r TOTS NICHT" Bottle ^laa r . Filers Piano House sell over DO per j cent of the pianos and organs on Pa ! eitle coast. Local branch house a busy J institution. i Few citizens of Lewiston and vlcln tty realize the magnitude of the noted j Filers Piano House. This company Is Incorporated with a paid up capital of 1250,000 and operates In all the Pacific coast states. In every city where they are repre seated they are recognised as the leading dealers. The principal stores are located In San Francisco, I Oakland, Stockton, Portland, Spokane I Seattle, Boise and Lewiston. There Is not another firm In the west that buy and sell nearly as many pi anos each year. For this reason the eastern factories all want their busi ness. and Filers Plano House has practically a choice of the leading makes of pianos. Included In the some 30 makes which they handle are found such time-honored pianos ns the (■'flickering & Sons, Weber. Hlazelton, Steck. Kimball, Pease, Story & Clark and many others. The Pianola and Pianola Pianos. Aeolian nrchestrelles, Kimball. Reed and Pipe Organs. Bur dette and Story & Clark Organs. The city of Lewiston can noast of no more substantial institution than the local branch store of Fliers Piano House. From this store the Filers Company supply the entire Northern Idaho country and a part of Eastern Washington. Over a thousand Instru ments have already been sold from this store. Prices and terms at the local house are the same as In Port land or San Francisco, and a large, well assorted stock is always on ex hibition For satisfying and delicious soda drinks go to the Chastain McNair Drug Co. LAND , TO TRADE-VV. F. Larson, the Nezperee real estate man. was an arrival In the city this afternoon. Mr. Larson has Interests In this section of the country and is here now looking after them. He has a ranch situated In one of the best localities on Camas prairie which he will trade for Lewis ton or Clarkston property. ENGINE DERAILED—Last night Engine No. 672 was derailed at the de pot switch and the Owl train delayed an hour and a quarter In Its depart ure for Spokane. There Is no light on this switch, and It had been opened so that yard engines would not run Into the passenger. Through a misunderstanding the track was not opened when the passenger pulled out nnd two wheels of the engine left the track shortly after starting up. Steam had to he raised In a yard engine, and after much "bucking" the passenger engine was replaced on the rails and the train proceeded on Its way to Spo kane. FIRST OFFICIAL TRIP—The or der has gone out for the appointment of W. J. Jordan as general freight agent of the Northern Pacific In charge of all the district south of Spo kane. Mr. Jordan left this morning for the first official trip over the line since his appointment. AT THE HOSPITAL— Mrs. Lane and her 17 -months-old child left on the afternoon train for their home at Lookout. The child has been at the St. Joseph hospital In this city for the past few weeks and has been ope rated upon five times since her com ing here. The hand of the child was severely burned and the fingers grew together In healing, necessitating the numerous operations. Dr. Nourse was the attending physician. Mrs. DeBuc. who has been at tbe hospital under treatment by Dr Nourse, will /leave in the morning for her home In the city having fully recovered. NOTICE A meeting of the directors of the I fair aseociation is called for Thursday, July 26 at 8 p. m.. at the office of the ■ecretary. By order of J. T. Ray, \ présidant. MARKETS SHORT OF PEACHES Supply Come* in 8lowlv and Fruit is of Poor Quality. The local market this morning Is still short of peaches and marketable Kreen stuffs. The supply of peaches "'8» relieved somewhat this morning by the arrival of 5ft crates from the Snake river valley. They are of poor quality, however ns are the caches received of late and are selling slowly. The demand for fruit of good quality is very large at this time, the supply not reaching the demand. Roasting ear« are now selling very *>«. coming principal'v frvn the Sn-ike river valley. The Clarkston .wst.rmelons and musk melons are In '-onstant demand the skvward trend of *be price lowering ns the «u-'olv In creases. Ch-sn Rate* t" th# C*a*t. The Northern Pnc|fc railway an nnunced a nte of »"ft ftft for the round »rip from Lewiston to Foellns. West nort. Long Reach. Clatsop Rench and Tokeland Tickets on sale daily until August 26. Final return limit Sen- j tember 3ft. For further Information : call or "phone Northern Pr>-|fie denot. I w. J. JORDAN. Agent. 1 ANY 2-PIECE SUIT IN THE HOUSE THIS WEEK AT HALF PRICE This sensational announcement, coining at the height of the Summer season should lie hailed with delight by late purchasers. However we bought too many ot these suits and go they must, we pocket the loss. At $5.00 These Suits thoroughly well tailored homespuns and light wool ascots, priced a* ltd" and worth every cent of it, beginning tomorrow, HALF PRICE, $5.00. At $6.00 We offer a large part of our two-piece stock, homespuns in the newest colors and the grev worsted; cool, comfortable and dressv, marked to sell for $12. Your choice HALF PRICE, $6.00. At $6.75 and $7.50 These constitute the best two-piece suits we have in the house, most careful workmanship, high class materials, and fit for more than two Summer's wear. Were $R1.50 and $15.00, at this sale, HALF PRICE, $6.25 and $7.50. Want one of those large wagon umbrellas? They are worth $d, but as they Itear nur advertisement we'll sell them at $1.00. Only one dozen left. ICE WATER AND PALM LEAF FANS FREE PERSONAL Colonel H. V. A. Ferguson of the land office left this morning for Mos cow on business connected with his wurk of special agent. George I. Scofield left this morning for his home in Oconta, Wisconsin. A. L. Holenstein and daughter went to Lapwal this morning to join the other members of the family that are enjoying an outing near that place. William A. Libert was a passenger on the Spokane train this morning bound for the northern lakes for an outing. A. Baumeister and Mrs. Baumeister of Asotin went to Spokane this morn ing enroule to Lake Coeur d'Alene for an outing. Attorney S. L. McFarland has re turned from an extended visit to Washington City, where he has had business before the departments. Lafe Williams returned this morn ing from the Black Lead mines In the Lolo district, where he has been on development work this summer, Eugene Rowley and daughter Dawn returned on the boat last night from Los Angeles, where the family has been during the aupirner. Mrs. Row ley returned as far as Portland where she will visit for a while before com ing to Lewiston. Mr. Rowley was In business In Los Angeles, but sold Jt out and will return to Lewiston to reside. Z. A. Johnson arrived in the city this morning enroute home after a visit to the cities on Puget (Sound. Eugene Bnnhore and Mrs. Bonhore, Mrs, Effie Mix and Master Archie Mix left on the Clearwater train this after noon for Buffalo Hump for a two months' outing trip. Mrs. E. Darr went to Orangeville this afternoon to visit her son Leon ard Mitchell. Chris Jacobson of Forest and daughter arrived In the city this morn ing for a few days' visit. Mr. Jacob son will probably be an Interested spectator at the republican conven tion. as he is one of the wheel horses of the republican party. M. Sweeney of Boise has arrived In the city and will he employed In the harbershop of William Hogan. Mr Sweeney brings his family with him and will make this his home. Judge I. B. Cowan left for Pierce today, having arrived in the city last night enroute to the southern end of the county. Matt Er\ m rchant at Greer, was a visitor In the city today between trains. H A. Whltted Is in the city from Central Ridge, Mr. Whitted is one of the delegates from Central Ridge pre cinct. Fred White arrived In the city this morning from Orangeville. MUST HUNT DEO SPIDERS Inspector G.W. Ferguson Gives Warning to the Fruit Men "If the hot weather continues for ten days longer there are orchards in \ hieland that will be leafless, owing to the depredations of the red spider which has gotten such a hold on some of the orchards that unless some di rected move is taken by the fruit growers Immediately, a " part of the orchards will be ruined/' said G. W. Ferguson today. Mr. Ferguson is horticultural In spector of Asotin county and has made careful Investigations of the existing conditions in that locality with the re sult of the above statement. The red spider Is the pest which Is most dreaded by tbe local fruit grow ers and has a tendency to attack and destroy neglected and unwatered or chard«. : I 1 I I . | JAPANESE Foot Cure A SURE CURE FOR A Powder tuted and used in the Jepanese Army, that made Japan ese Soldiers the Best Marchers ever known in history. Tender, Sore or Sweaty Feet. Warranted to Do the Work or Money Back. FOR SALE AT DRUGSTORES PRICE 25 CENTS J rû^O+O-KJ+O+ü+O+O+O'îO+Cd-C'+O'IO+O'Kj+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+OH MONEY TO LOAN On impro-eJ farms and ranches in Nez Perce, Latah and Idaho cnin* tie», Idaho, nnd and Whitman ccunties, Washington, at lowest rates of irtt^-est. Principal and interest payable at our office in Lewiston. No delay in sending away applications. All leans ap* proved here Privilege of paving $I0C or multiples any interest pay aay. Can ar.d see u& or write, JOHNSON BROTHERS FINANCIAL AGENTS. Püo-ns 2(7 and 218 New Idaho Trust Build'ng, LEWISTON. IDAHO. ^^v.o+O+O-FO+O+O+Od-O+O+O'l'O •K>hO+OK>K>hC+0+ M- C DCK D*C ' > FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LEWISTON, IDAHO Capital and Surplus, $290.000 Deposits June 18, 1906, 1,072,312.59 THE! STRONGEST BANK IN IDAHO -10hN P. VOLMER, Pre*. A. E. CLARK, ( ashitf N _>. 2t upjn the roll of honjr of all National Banks "The recent breaks In the irrigation : ditch Is another detriment to the work I of the fruit grower and makes condl 1 tions more favorable to the work of the red spider,'' continued Mr. Fergu son, "for the detrimental work of the pest Is furthered by dust and drouth, in this locality as elsewhere." The spider Is of two varieties, the I biting and the sucking spider. The former pH acks the leaf of the tree, the latter boring to the interior and sucking the sap. The fight against I them Is made with a spray. The sul phur and lime and the kerosene and whale oil soap w hich is mixed ln such . proportions aa to form a light creamy mass. Mr Ferguson states that the work of the pest Is seemingly encouraged hv the man who invests In a fruit farm simply for speculative purposes, know | In"" but little concerning the growth and core of the trees. , Neglected orchards or orchards not properly Irrigated, are always victims to the ravages of the spider. The en thusiastic fruit grower cares for hia orchard and has no fear of the spider. "It is the fruitgrower who has no more trees than he can take caff who is making a success of the * n ^ try," says Mr. Ferguson, who I* 4 loua that Clarkston maintain H* 5 premacy In the fruit Industry In Id *G The codlln moth Is not so P reV T.. # this year as before and the pf® ^ of their destruction has not beooW* ^ severe as has that of the red sP idfr this locality. The moth is much » "sstly dealt with and extermina Paris Green and arsenite spr»> s . used in their destruction, the eat n ^ the poison doing away with theh»^ solving Itself to the proposition the first meal be the last. The slug, another insect of Ing class to be dealt with, I« j, exterminated. Road duRt KIBs it does the Sr.n Jose scale. Fr*«h pur« drug* and chen»'** th* Chastain McNair Drug O Wilhelmina R**t ng The Hague. July 25—Queen helmfna passed a pood ntgnt. Prescriptions filhd •*««*'>' **.