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j^Free Insurance Use safety matches ' ° r I'**«' vou r phosphorous match** m a tin box, away from children end fools. Then with electric lights prop erly distributed /.ur house is pretty w' 11 in,ur * No lamps to overturn. No gas to leak or explode. The Company furnishes the lamps for renewals free of cost to you. The newest types of lamps re duce the amount of current consumed, and lessens the meter bills. Telephone 221 or cal1 at the [lectric light Office lessee ,*#aseeeeeeeeeeeeeee J our method of manufacturing ICE \ Guarantees tTiat is is chemically I I pure. I I I We deliver ice to your place I • promptly. I » I •IDAHO ICE & CO D ; STORAGE CO. I Main Street, Lewieton j 'Phone Main 133 S.eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeei •s.eeeeeeeer leeessssetsese i BOOK BINDING j ! • • We manufacture Blank Books * • ind Special Ruled forms for « J Bsnke, Corporations and Buai- * • neee Houses. e • We make Billing Systems and. « J Loose Leaf Ledger Sheets. * • Send your Art Books, Music * • end Magazir.ee to Bind. • • e ; Lewiston • Blank Book : • Company | • 120 New Sixth Street • LEWISTON, IDAHO ! Don't forget we are sole agents for CROWN Princess Canned Goods MJB High Grade Coffee MJB Tree Teas * tine line of itaplc and fancy j _ groceries j Lewiston Grocery & Bakery I Telephone 281 250 Main St. LEWISTON DRAY company ölflce at Blue Front, Main 8t. Office Phone 1111. "T-i Ur S' B *?a a 0*- Freight •nd ParceT Delivery. STORAGE Pleal« th * leveling Publier with 'r^i Cl ! an * e your check* A*en-w Wl8ton Dray Company's ^Bafe 0 «;, 01 ' 1 delays "Sto *are and prompt delivery. * ♦♦.1 1 » —"• * LaiUKlry i •••••eeeei»! cUus work - ! --—.............. : ;.................. iJ-J-MBRAY i LBS c,.' WELL PLEASED with quality and quantity of the food, the cooking the service and the charge. That Is the feeling of ninety nine out of each hundred who pat ronize The Bollinger The exception is the professional fault finder. Our meals are acknowledged to be the best in the city. Finest Cafe In Idaho It certainly fills the bill, our deli cious dinner wines. They are so good that we Intend to make a leading feat ure of them. To make these wlnea so well known that any dinner or even ing lunch will not be complete with out them. We are agents for the fam ous Val Blatz, Milwaukee beer, which we sell In large or small quantities— all goods delivered to any part of the city or Clarkston. 'Phone orders re ceive prompt attention. California Wine House Wholesade and retail wines, liquors, cigars. No. 428 Eaet Main St. 'Phone Main 31. We grve H. & H. Green Stamps. oooooooooooooooooo O A. J. GREEN O O Attorney-at-Law O ♦ O Practices in »11 State and O O Federal Courts of Idaho and O O Washington. O O Main Street, Culdesac, Idaho. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Lewiston Fuel & Transfer Company Phone Main 176 We give Green Trading Stamps Mark Means Co. Wholesale Merchandise BROKERS LEWISTON - - - IDAHO =OJ BUTT THE TRUTH and you're bound to get your head smashed. Those who speak slighting ly of our upright methods are sure to falL TRUTHFUL PLUMBING is the kind you needn't watch. It's safe and sound. Employ us and you'll be certain of that kind without exor bitant charges. For new or repair work engage us. H. L. INGRAM PLUMBER 'Phone Red 51. CLAY Mc NAMEE LAWYER Rooms 15 and 16, Thlessen Building LEWISTON. IDAHO. •eaaeaeeaeeaeaeeeeaaeaea* The j Tacoma \ Pine Wines, Liquors, and I Cigars # R. L. LATIMER, £ New Moxley Block, 255 Main S*.. * Phone 3781. ! Idaho Tea Company 368 MAIN ST. The best coffees and teat and finest line of Crockery in the city. We give green stamps. PACIFIC BEER DRINK IT. You will find it th* bsst mad*. R. L. LATIMER, Local Agent. LEWISTON - - • IDAHO MALLORY & LYD0N LIVERY, FEED AND HACK STABLE First class Rigs and careful drivers at all hours of the day or night Cornai C and Fourth streets. Bam Phon« 171 1eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee RANGE ! MEAT MARKET ; DILL BR08. a a Opposite Raymond House. a Main 161. ! The Mint BAKER A 8MITH, Proprietors Choice liquors, wines, brandies and slgars. A club room In connection Clark Building. Main street J. F. ATKINSON DENTIST. New Idaho Trust Building. Over Kjos Store. THEIR FIRST RIDi By T. S. Boyd CopirrighL, l'M6, li 1/ Hmner Sprague Glider glaucetl anxiously at his watch. lie had only seven minutes in which to catch Ills train. The night was dark, and he could scarcely walk live blocks In a driving rain, wait for a car and make connections. Just then a carriage drove up to the curb and an elderly man of about his build alighted. The chairs were all oc cupled; It would be fully fifteen min utes before the newcomer could get a shave. In that time he could get to tile station and the carriage would have time to return. It was worth the chance. He dashed across the sidewalk, called an order to the driver and jumped lu. As the door slummed the horses started up and they were off at a brisk pace liefore Glider realized that there waa a second occupant in the carriage. "It did not take you very long," laughed a musical voice. Gilder sank Into the seat with a groan. "1 don't know who you think I am," he said apologetically, "but I'm a robber. Don't be afraid. I'm not a regular robber, hut one through force of circumstances. 1 have to catch the 6:48 train, and the only way 1 could do it was to borrow a carriage without permission." "My uncle did not give you permis sion to use the carriage?" demanded the voice. Gilder knew that a girl with a voice like that must necessarily be pretty. "I didn't ask him," he said calmly. "You see, it would have wasted pre cious time. I figured that I could get to tlie station awl the carriage could get back before he was shaved. A dollar would have fixed the driver. I suppose now you will have me ar rested." "For trespass, perhaps," she laughed. "On your own confession you did not mean to steal the brougham." "How was I to know that a man who went In to get shaved would leave a . k •via \ •'THE MAN'H DRIVING DOWNTOWN," US WAIIiKD. womau waiting in the carriage for him?" "When oue gets as old as uncle one is apt to feel himself privileged," she laughed. "He doesn't appreciate his privileges," he said boldly. "Now, if I had a pret ty niece"— "Flattery will not amend your of fense," she warned. "How do you know what 1 look like?" "By your voice," he explained. "It's a sort of Intuition." "I thought that was a femiulne girt," she laughed. "Not entirely," he Insisted. The car riage rattled past an electric light, and he peered into her corner. "You know I am right," he added triumphantly. "What can I say?" she laughed help lessly. "You are a most embarrassing person." "Don't say anything," he pleaded. "If you did you would probably toll me to get out." "In all this rain?" she questioned, with a little shudder. "I shall let you go on to the station In common char ity" "The gods are good," he murmured. "I am only sorry It is such a short ride to the station. I'll be there in a min ute." He glanced out of the window •nd gave a cry. "Wbat Is the matter?" she asked. "The man's driving downtown," be wailed. *T can never make the train now." "Did you just tell him to drive to the itatiou?" she asked. "Of course," he said. "There Is only one station." "You forget the Northern." she re minded. "Uncle was faking me there. I live In Union terrace. John supposed th- ♦ you meant the Northern." served me right." he admitted, glancing at his watch. "I suppose the only thing to do Is to drive hack to the barker shop and ask his forgiveness." "He might he getting worried," she suggested. He lifted the speaking tulie and blew through It. When he had given the order for the change of direction he turned to the girl again. "It's going to be mighty awkward (Continued on page seven.) 7 * :.N Western Hardware and Implement Co. R. L. SPIKER, Pres, and Mgr. Machinery and Farm Implements «d Telephone Main 189 393 Attain Street W. P. Hurlbut, President M. W. Barnett Treasurer. E. D. Thomas, Vice President. James Aspoaa, Secretary. H. K. Bamett, Supervisor Abstract Department COMMERCIAL TRUST CO. CAPITAL 81,000,000.00 General Banking and Trust Business. Abstra Fire Insurance. Four Per Cent Inter« Paid on Savings Accounts. LEWISTON. IDAHO. JAPANESE Foot Cure A SURE CURE FOR Tender, Sore or Sweaty Feet. Warranted to Do the Work or Money Back. FOR SALE AT DRUGSTORES A Powder toted | and used In the I l Î • r>,«->r.re Arnv, mat mao- Japan '■t Soldiers the l b e s t Marchers k-».r known in I lily.O'y. T>KI C/Î CIÎNTS **mf If / ; j j j ! WOOD AND COAL LONG WOOD, SHORT WOOD, DRY WOOD, WOOD AND COAL BY TRAIN LOAD8 OR WHEELBARRAW LOADS. No order* to* largo or smalt for uo to fill. Lot ut figura with you on largo orders. Phono 1821. Vardo« Pirat Street and N. P. Tracks. Clearwater Fuel Company JOLLY A THOMP80N ***** RAYMOND GRILL is the place to dine DAY OR NIGHT THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD: For your table. Your health and your disposition de-* pend on what you eat. You can get the best | Bread* Cakes, Pies, or anything in the ; Bakery Line, by calling op Î MAIN 55 : We deliver every day. Our wares are fresh and we • respectfully solicit your patronage ! üE WISTON BAKERY, bin p£££,£? os : How Much Was Your Ice Bill? A good refrigerator will ma k* it smaller. Como and so* our* be fore you buy. NEW ENGLAND OUTFITTING CO.