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FEARLESS, PROGRESSIVE AND REPUBLICAN ^ LEWISTON EVENING TELLER Member Associated Pres* Daily Except Sunday by LEWISTON PUBLISHING CO, LTD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: DAILY One week ......................t .IB One month .......................50 Three months .................. 1.35 SOx Months ..................... 2.50 l>i,e year ............. 5.00 WEEKLY One year .......................31.50 Six Months ......................T5 Four months .....................50 Application for entrance Pos'.oftlce i.wwlaton, Idaho, as Second Class Mall Matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906. THE SPIRIT OF PROGRESS. Last night's meeting was a splendid success and the enthusiasm aroused should be made the foundation for the beginning of a new era of Lewiston prosperity. The general concession Is made that Lewiston In the past has not lived up to her possibilities. Given the greatest natural advantages In the Wy of geographical location and ex tent and variety of the resources of the surrounding territory, Lewiston has the possibilities of being the me tropolis of the Clearwater country and one of the most Important commer cial centers In the Pacific northwest. But there is another factor that makes for the growth and development of a city or community and that is the energy and push of its citizens. The sense of last night's meeting was that here was opportunity, and the way to make Lewiston grow was to Join in a united effort to boost for the progress of the whole community, losing sight of local differences in a persistent cam paign to put Lewiston-Clarkston on the map In full possession of the field that great natural advantages have made for It. There was nothing vainglorious or boastful In the spirit of last night's meeting. It was attended by the seri ousness that soher-minded men put into a business proposition. The present status of the problem was clearly set forth and the Interest and enthusiasm manifested Indicates that the time Is ripe to launch a movement that is to mean much for the progrès*; of this community. It Is time to start something and to see that it Is kept going. In shifting his campaign speeches from a discussion of the issues as he has conceived them to personal abus of his opponent. Senator Dubois con fesses the weakness of his position. No enthusiasm can be aroused on the false Issues that he lias sought to raise. Senator Dubois has lost his senatorial dignity and has entered Into a campaign of vituperative abuse. " ' S J - ♦ ********* ♦ THINK IT OVER. Tom Richardson's advise to Lewis Put your shoulder Don't be a Meawber. to the wheel. ton is "to sturt something.'» • • • The Lew iston of tomorrow is in th ■ hands of the citizen of today. • • • Natural advantages plus a united energy ought to make things hum. • • • The size of Lewiston on the map of the future will depend largely on the hustle and bustle of the citizens. • • • That was a rousing meeting at the Woodman hall last night. May the spirit of It prove contageous. • • • There were still a few that were backward In coming-forward, and con spicuous On account of their absence. • • • Bryan Is for Hearst, and Hearst ! s for government ownership, but there are many democrats who are not'this In the game of follow-your-leader. If all mothers trained their daugh ters to read the ads in the local paper, as to where they v could procure their new dress or hat the cheapest, as much as they have them practice their music lesson, fewer young men would be so shy at matrimony. "THIS DATE IN HI3TORY." September 28. t 1066—William the Conqueror reach ed the coast of'England on his me morable Invasion. 1687—Vetetlons urlder Morosini bom barded Athens. 1S54—United States sloop-of-war Albany sailed from Asplnwall and was never more heard of, 1864—Confederates under General Price Invaded Missouri. FROM THE COUNTY RECORDS. (By Commercial Trust Co.) Deed»—September 27. Santa F> Pac. Ry. Co. to Clearwater Timber Co. ne sw, s 1-2 sw 23-37-6 e, $1.00. William S. Demarest to Grace Blake, lot 1". n 1-2 lot 18. block 9, Oroflno, *175.00. Same to Charles Thayer, lot 19 and s 1-2 lot 18, block 9, Oroflno, 3175.00. R. T. Thompson to A. M. Patterson, e 1-2 lot 4 and w 1-2 lot 3 block 10, Park addition, Lewiston, $800.00. Salvador Marauda to Josephine Feehan, lot 12, block 3. Thompson ad dition, Lewiston. $500.00. James Aspoas to Commercial Trust Co., sw and se of Sec. 11; n 1-2 ne, n 1-2 nw sec. 14-35-5 w, $11,597.50. Patents. U. S. to Robert L. Robison, se 34 34-2 e. U. S. to Maud M. Barton, lots 3-4-5, se ne 4-39-2 e. U. S. to Henry Harnelt, lots 9-10 sec. 6-35-1 w and lots 1-2-15-16, sec. 1-35-2 w. Final Receipts. U. S. to George F. Swope, n 1-2 nw, nw ne 32; ne ne 31-37-5 e, *400.00. V. S. to Luther A. Morgan, ne se, 31; n 1-2 sw. nw se 32-37-5 e, $400.00. V. S. to John Frei, e 1-2 se, nw se. sw ne 25-41-2 e, $400.00. U. S. to Julia S. Clark, w 1-2 se, s 1-2 sw 25-40-1 e, $400.00. U. S. to Eva May Cady, e 1-2 sw, sw se, se nw 25-41-2 e. $400.00. What He Made. Minneapolis Telegram. A Scandinavian who had Just come ' .r over was to act as a witness In an ac cident case, and the lawyer was to question him. The first question put before him was: "What do you do?" "Oh. I I is not feeling very veil." "I didn't ask you how you felt, but what you did." "Oh! I vurk." "Well, we all know that you work, but we want to know what kind of work you do." "Vy, I do hard vurk." "Of course, that's true, you do hard 1 work ' 1>ut " hat kln,î of work? Do you work in a factory, or store, or what?" "oh ja. 1 vurk in a fac'try." "Now. that's very good, we found out that much; but we would like to know what you make In that factory." "You want to know vut I make? Veil, I make dollar and half a day." Reapportionment in Court of Appeals. •ALBANY. N. Y.. Sept. 28.—The court of appeals convened in extra session today to_ take up the appeals from the judgments of the courts below, which sustained the reapportloument of leg islative districts made by the legisla ture last spring. Bobby's Explanation. , Woman's Home Companion. Teacher (sternly)—What were you laughing at, Robert? Bobby—I wasn't laughin', ma'am; my complexion puckered, that'« all. Copyright 1906 B. Kupp«nheim«r A Co Chicago Copyright 1906, by Tho House of Kuppanhoimor Good Suits at medium prices will be scarce In most stores this season. We anticipated the conditions of the markets for this Fall and wisely selected Our Fall Stock. The Result Today we are showing the best $10 and $15 Men's Suits the town afford«. Come to us and be clothed from head to foot. fatson Clothing Co. FOR UP-TO-DATE SAN ITARY PLUMBING GO TO Bowler Broa., successors to the Cash Hardware. Per sonal supervision on all work. We take pride In doing our work well wid we hire no incompetent men our work always gives satisfaction. Give ua a trial and you are eure to be pleased. *5» The Evening Teller 50c Mo. INVFSTIGATF t * ie unexcelled terms offered 111 T LJ11UA1L by the IDAHO TRUST ÇO. ON REAL ESTATE LOANS We make loans on improved City Property upon bottor forms (hen thoe# offered by BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. Low rat# of interest. Easy payments. No delays. Others have investi* gated and found our terms most satisfactory. Farm loans a specialty. F. W. KETTEN BACH, President. O. A. KJOS, Viee President. E. C. SMITH. Secretary. W. F. KETTENBACH, Présidant. J. ALEXANDER, Viea President GEORGL H. KE STER. Cashier The Lewiston National Bank LEWISTON. IDAHO DIRECTORS Joseph Alexander. R C. Beach C. c. Bunnell J B Aaron Freldenrlch, Grace Pfaftlln, ......- w m A W F. Kettenbach, George Keeter. x. ' A Llb * rt Corner of Main ans rourth «tram» TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Sight Exchange Sold an Alt the Principal Cities of the United Statas and Europe. Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co. We have the beet equipped Faetory in the Inland Empire. Our improved facilities enable ue te turn out the highest grade Furnishings, Finishings atyi Fixtures of every description. We earry Lime and Cement. Lumber in any quantity and of all kinds. Office comar O and Fourth Streets. LEWISTON, IDAHO. Faetory and Yards in Clarketon, Washington. ü WALKOVER SHOE FOR MEN $3.50 HASTINGS THE SHOE MAI 314 Main Street MMMMMMMMM l—First National Bank - LEWISTON, IDAHO. JOHN P. VOLLMER, President. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $290,000.00 Deposits Sept 4, 1906, $1,111,353.11 A. E. CLARKE, Cnhitr, I -- I The Strongest Bank in Idaho $ No. 24 upon the Roll of Honor of all National Raifo •Ml »MMMMMMMMSSWi Attention Ladies Will offer for one week only a ape clal price in all Pattern Hata $8.00 PATTERN FOR W& A proportionate reduction In alt patterns. A CHANCE TO SAVE. PARLOR MILLINERY MRS. L. J. OUBREY, Parlors. Cor, Eighth and Ninth LEWISTON Meat Market L. CHERRIER, Prep. Dealer in Fresh*and Salt Maats, But ter, Egge, Fish, Oysters and Gsm* •* Season. Phene 19. 858 Main «treat Free Delivery. HHIIII » *** WOOD AND COAL LONG WOOD, 8HORT WOOD, DRY WOOD, WOOD AND C 0 * 1 BY TRAIN L0AD8 OR WHEBLBARRAW L0A08. No <*+"* larg* or small for ua t# Mil. Lat ua figure with you on lift* **** Phene 1821. v »rds. First Street and N. P. Tracks. Clearwater Fuel Company JOLLY A THOMPSON >♦♦»1» bi ll I I H I » ** haYDR* MMMMMMMMMMMM******** Lf ® J. W. WILKS c. *• a a I Stltes and Grangeville Livery § and Feed Stable f a WILKS A HAYDEN, Proprietors Ô U«l»t rigs leave Stltes and Orangeville dally. MMMMMMMMM MO* *£***'