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Valuable Features LaurelTwo-Flue Construc tion. Six Hot Covers with Dam per Open. Increased Cooking Facili ties. Uniform Heat Above and Beneath Oven. Capacity for Quick and Even Baking. Quick Heating All-Copper Reservoir. Laurel Patented Reservoir Heater. Duplex Grates for Wood or Coal. Extra Heavy Top and Fire box Castinga. * Extension on Firebox for Long Wood. The Most Economical Steel Ranges Made. The handsomest and .Most Durable of Any. The Best of High Grade Ranges. Barg ains To the townspeople and visitors of Lewiston we wish to announce that during fair week we will make a reduction on every article in our im mence stock. This means that whether you wish to furnish a mansion or a cottage, we have the stock to select from and the prices that sell. We would appreciate a visit from you that we may prove this assertion. Come Today! And get our speciaf prices on Dressers. Chiffoniers, Beds, iron and in the latest woods, Sideboards, China Closets, Hall Stands, Bedroom Suits, Dining Room Furniture, Leather Couches, Carpets and the many things that go to make up a complete furniture stock. We consider it a pleasure to show you through our stock. Laurel Stoves and Ranges, They Sell On. Their Merits! Remember that the original cost of a stove is nothing to what it costs to feed it. The Laurel is a fuel saver, burns coal, coke or wood. Re quires little attention and are handsome and durably made. Give ue a call and let us show you the many points of advantage over other stoves. LEWISTON FURNITURE And UNDERTAKING COMPANY 391 Main Street. Phone Main 263. Colonel Todd of Pierce Is visiting In the city for a few days. R. Cote, the popular cigar dealer of Orangeville, Is In tbe city to attend the fair. Fred D. Culver of Boise, general . ........ m PROOF OF THE PUDDING is The eating thereof For the third successive year, bread made from Princess Flour, takes First Prize at the Inter-State Fair The knockers against home flour, home products and home industry, can not knock it out. TAKE NO OTHER, IT IS THE BEST! LEWISTON HILLING COi / manager of the Mutual Life Insurance company, will arrive In the city Mon day. Joseph Bassler, who has business in terests In Grangevllle, is spending the day in Lewiston. Mr. Bassler leaves tonight for his home in Pendleton. W. H. Beardsley of Moscow Is a visitor In the city today. Thomas Stinson arived In the city yesterday from Troy. He will spend the week visiting the fair. PERSONAL Mrs. Laura Savage and little daugh ter arrived this morning from Grange ville, where she has been the guest j for two weeks of her brother, Dr. I Ayers. Elmer Waldrip, candidate for state I senator on the republican ticket and editor of the Nez Perce Herald, Is In ; the city today and will be here until tomorrow afternoon. Mr. Waldrip | i states that his wife continues on the j road to recovery from the Illness from which she has been suffering during [ | the last three weeks. Walter R. Knapp, a prominent farmer of the Lapwal section and re j publican candidate for justice of the peace In Lapwal precinct. Is in the city attending to business In the dis i (riot court. Herbert Wright and family of Cald well's station are In the city visiting with relatives and attending the fair. J. Olson, of the Clarksttin & Lewis ton Real Estate company, returned this morning from a trip to Mohler, ' where he has been looking after his ! farming Interests. F. J. Gwinn of Summit Is In the city this week to attend a meeting of the | republican executive committee. Percy A. Chandler, a prominent citi zen of Oroflno, was in the city today. Theodore Parks, a prominent mining man of Buffalo Hump, Is In the city for a few days. Mrs. Mattie Swan arrived In the city this morning from Moscow. She left for Asotin where she will spend a few days visiting her sister. Con Smith and wife arrived yes terday from Troy. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thornton arriv ed In the city yesterday from the*r home in Kendrick for a few days visit at the fair. , Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tentrh will leave this evening for their home In Pendle ton, after havelng spent the last three days in Lewiston taking in the fair. L. Mitchell of Orangeville Is visiting Lewiston this week. Morphy has pleased every audience he ever appeared before. Don't mies hearing him at the fair grounds to morrow afternoon. See Corbin the Great in the etriped tent on D street. Miss Cogan of Grangevllle is a Lew iston visitor for a few days. AMERICAN BEAUTY STYLE 73 Kalamazoo Corset Co. Sole Makers Great Sale American Beauty Corsets In our enlarged Corset line we are prepared to show all the new models. Made of beautifully figured imported silk brocaded, Batistes, Italian cloths and Contils. Most of them have two pair frilled hose supporters attached. The 95c Tape Girdle for........ 49c $1 50 Corset for................. 95c $1.95 Corset for.................$1.25 $3.50 Corset for............... $2.50 75c Corset for................... 35c 50c Girdle for................... 23c GOLDEN RULE STORE, 142 FIFTH STREET. LEWISTOr Meat Ma L. CHERRIER, Prop, Dealer in Fresh and Salt Meate, But ter, Eggs, Fish, Oysters and Game in Seaton. Phone 19. 858 Main Street Free Delivery. Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co. We have the beet equipped Faotory in the Inland Empira. Our improvad facilities enable ut to turn out the highest grade work. Furnishings, Finishings and Fixtures of every description. We oarry Lime end Cement. Lumber in any quantity and of all kinda. Office corner D-and Fourth 8treets. LEWI8TON, IDAHO. Factory and Yards in Clarkston, Washington.