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To Be Prepared For Winter's Chilly
Blasts, Is To Have A Laurel Heater Burns hard and soft coal, coke or wood. The original cost of a stove is nothing compared to the cost of the fuel it will con sume, so it is very essential to purchase a stove that is a fuel saver. Buy a Laurel Heater and you will have a fuel saver. Superior A Laurel will give you more heat, satisfaction and comfort than any other heating stoves, because they SAVE fuel, KEEP FIRE OVETÏ NIGHT, REQUIRE LITTLE ATTENTION and ARE HANDSOME AND durably made. The Oakland Laurel Is an entire ly new design. The new screw draft door, fitted on the Oakland and Oak Laurels Is absolutely tight when closed, and when open the grate can be shaken through It, which prevents dust and ashes es caping Into the room, as they do when the ash pit door has to be opened to shake the grate. Qualifications That part of the body exposed to the fire Is made of cast iron In stead of steel used in all other stoves of this type. The only stove of this class that will heat the floor and has linings that will not burn out. They are not surpassed In opera tion or appearance. The castings are smooth, perfectly fitted and of beautiful design; the nickel plating heavy and durable. All Laurel Heater are made positively air tight, the joints being fitted so that they will always remain tight. The Hot Blast Down Draft Tube furnished with the Oak Laurel, is made of cast iron, and forces heat ed air upon the surface of the fuel, causing the gas to burn and con suming the smoke. You do not buy a boating stove every day ,or in fact every year. Therefore, it ie worth your while to let us show you the features of these heaters. We Have at present with us a demonstrator direct from the manufacturers of these heaters and he will be pleased to have you. call so that he can show you the many points ef advantage in the Laurel Heater. We have also an unexcelled line of Laurel Ranges which we would like to have you in spect at the same tima. Wa hava sold a numbar of these Heaters and Ranges and thay are giving perfect satisfaction ^n svary instance. Be sure and come and see our line of Steves before you close a bargain elsewhere. LEWISTON FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING COMPANY PERSONAL J. H. Hapgood and Charles Cruler of Pierce left this morning for Marys ville, Cal. Messrs. Hapgood and Cruler have had cnarge of the work on the big mining dredge of the' Pierce Oredge company, Ltd., during the sum mer. Mrs. Mary Denny returned to her Rainier Beer! 'The Drink Which Brings You Health" "There's New strength and Vigor In Every Drop Strengthens body, brain and nerves, aids digestion, appetite and sleep. Makes flesh, rich blood and long life. Bottled By the CON COLLIER RAINIER BOTTLING WKS. Telephone Main 67 Lewiston, Idaho home In Spokane this morning. She has been spending the last two weeks visiting with the famlliies of Edward Arent and Bert Oarret. William Seagrist, mill man at Lap wal, accompanied by Mrs. Seagrist, Is a visitor in the city today. Charted Monroe, candidate for sher iff on the republican ticket, returned from a campaign of the county last evening. Mrs. Viola Heaton and son Herbert left this morning for their home In Seattle after a visit with the (family of H. E. Farnsworth ln Clarkston. They were accompanied by Miss Ella Darby of Clarkston, who will spend some time visiting there. Miss Stella Enoch left yesterday for a short visit with friends In Spokane. Mrs. Saille Morgan of Ilo passed through the city this morning en route to Moscow, where she will visit rela tives. BUYS OLD RELIC LEWISANOCLARK Frank Parkyns Secures Adz Which Explorers Gave the Indians Frank Parkyns of east Lewiston has added another relic of the Lewis and Clark days to the interesting col lection be has had in his possession ! since last summer. Yesterday he purchased a cooper's j hand adz from Charles Jackson, an J Indian pilot, living near the north fork of the Clearwater river. This adz has been handed down | from the grandfather of Adams, Ab- | a-me-tim-tmm, who lived at the north i fork 101 years ago. when the first white men who ever traversed the canyons of the Clearwater river came through from Montana. Ab-a-me-tlm-im took charge of the horses belonging to the white men while the party was making Its Jour ney from the forks to the Pacific ocean, and upon their return he was presented with this adz and an ax which his family has kept during all these years. The explorers had evidently brought the tool along for the purpose of us ing It for digging out canoes. It Is made ln such a shape that a cooper could complete a barrel from begin ning to end without the aid of any other tool. A hardwood handle shows that It was made east of the moun tains. The few who have been able to Identify It say that It Is an anti date specimen and very few of them are to be found at the present time ! In the country. » A half finished canoe and a stump j from which the Lewis and Clark ca I noes were taken are the other relics ! Mr. Parkyn's possesses. JUSTICE CLEAR MAKES REPORT Shows How City Treasury Was En riched by Fines in Past Month. Clarkston Bureau Evening Teller. CLARKSTON, Wasli., Oct. 17.—Jus Uce Clear made his report last night for the past month, which showed ar rests and fines are as follows: , Five dollar fines from each of the following for violation of the bicycle ordinance;' H. H. Sheveman, E. Wal ters, B. Bertstressen, J. B. Marquand. Loy McCracken and Carl Woods en riched the city treasury $6.50 each on a charge of disorderly conduct. The following drunks paid $7.50 each: Tucker, Jenkins, McFarland, Jabeth, Marand, Hennen, Frai, George, Houseman, Lukens. A fine of $8.50 was collected from a ! tout, and seven drunks were "vagged" I because they had no funds. HE IS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT Benedict Pleads Not Guilty to Com ' plaint Filed by Ella Arnold. Charged with assault with crim inal Intent, W. B. Benedict was this morning arraingned before Justice Co. burtp and entered a plea of not guilty. H's bonds were fixed at $250 and ft'« hearing will be held next Monday. The complaining witness is Ella Arn old. keeper of the lodging house known as the Pleasant Home Flats. She al leges that she was assaulted and chok ed by Benedict. FINE EXHIBIT HERE FROM TWIN FALLS Lewiston now has a permanent ex rlblt of the products of the Twin Falls Irrigated lands. J. R. Conley, who brought from Southern Idaho the fine exhibit of Twin Falls irrigated products which drew so much attention at the Lewis ton-Clarkston fair, returned to his home this morning, but before going he removed the exhibit from the fair grounds and found permanent quar ters for It In the offices of Crocker & Riggs in the Donzac block. Mr. Conley states that all of the fifty miles of the main ditch In the Twin Falls project was finished two months ago and now the contractors are completing laterals. Two crops have been raised on the land, which has been found to be very fertile. What was formerly 270,000 acres of dessert waste land Is now under water and 750,000 acres will be Irrigated when all the laterals are completed. Mr. Conley was for eight years a resident of Clarkston and had charge of the Asotin county exhibit at the fair for a number of years. He ,1* highly pleased with the Investment he has made In Twin Falls and Informs the public that he has no land for sale. SHUT OUT OTHER RAILROADS Northern Pacific Buys Land Bstwcsn River and East End Bluff. A deed was recorded yesterday by Wesley Steele and wife to the North ern Pacific Railway company convey ing' a strip of land 88 feet wide, 400 feet east of the east city line and ex- 1 tending from the Lapwal road to the Clearwater sloughs. The considera tion is $1,000. This land Is in the old French Louis place and extends a distance of about 600 feet at right angles with the Northern Pacific track. From the lo cation of the land between the sloughs and a high bluff It Is probable that this Is a move upon the part of the Northern Pacific to keep all other railroads from entering the valley from the east. LIQUOR DRIVES GOODE INSANE Former Prominent and Able Citizen is Now a Homan Wreck Special to Evening Teller, ORANGEVILLE, Idaho, Oct. 17.— George \V. Goode, one of the most widely known men In Idaho county, and an old pioneer here, was yester day Judged insane by Probate Judge Jaques. The complaint was made bjr L. Vinyard and Drs. Stockton and Shaeffer were called as witnesses. The evidence introduced show-ed that the man's mind was affected, and that he was violent at times, and a dangerous man to have at large. But a short time ago he was arrested for driving his family from home under threats of murder. Mr. Goode Is one of the old timers of Idaho county. During the early days of Orangeville he came here and established a printing plant, and pub lished the Grangsvllle Standard. He was known In those days as one of the brightest men In Idaho county, but he was always a hard drinking man and a man of violent Ideas. In the newspaper work his rgdlcal ut terances' won for him a score of ene mies, and he soon was forced to sell his plant for what he could get. He remained In Grangevllle and un dertook the practice of law. As a lawyer he was recognized as a man of ability-, but a man who might be come violently drunk at any time during his ease. He secured some thing of a practice and for a time en joyed the respect of his fellow citizens especially for his ability. During alt of this time he was a heavy drinker and the effects of liquor were potlced to be gradually destroy ing his mind. When a few weeks ago he violently drove his family out of home his condition was susplcloned. It Is not definitely known where his family Is at this time, but they are thought to be In Seattle. Mrs. Goode Is said to have Inherited a con siderable sum of money In the past year, and one of the reasons for Mr. Goode's violence is said to hava been her refusal to allow him to spend the money for drink. ADDRESS STUDENTS.—In assem bly at the Normal this morning Mr. Talkington addressed the faculty and students. He chose as tils subject: "The Rights of Man." and his dis course was full of excellent sugges tions to the students on life's .Ideals. The next regular assembly will be held next Wednesday, when Rev. William Lattlmore. will address the school.