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Lewiston evening teller. (Lewiston, Idaho) 1903-1911, October 18, 1906, Image 5

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To Be Prepared For Winter's Chilly
Blasts, t Is To Hâve 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 OVER 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 Oakjand
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.
QSGfP*
Qualifications
That part of the body exposed
to the lire 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
at'e 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*a!r upon the surface of the fuel,
causing the gas to bum and con
suming the smoke.
You do wot buy a boating stovo every day ,or in fact every year. Therefore, it is worth your while
to let ua ahow you the features of these heater^. We have at present with us a demonstrator direst from
the manufacturers of these heaters and, he will be pleased to have you call so that he can show you the
many points of advantage in the ,Laurel Heater. We have also an unexcelled line of Laurel Ranges which
w# would like to have you inspect at the same time.
We have sold a number of these Heaters and Ranges and they are giving perfect satisfaction in
•very instanee. Be euro and oo me and eee our line of 8toves before you close a bargain elsewhere.
LEWISTON FURNITURE
AMD UNDERTAKING COMPANY
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PERSONAL
T. B. Reed, the enterprising mer
chant at Pierce, was an arrival in the
city this morning.
J. H. Wann, general agent for the
Holland bank of Spokane in Nez
Perce and Asotin counties, was an ar
rival from Spalding this morning.
A. M. Roberts, mining man of
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
Pierce, is visiting with relatives in
the city.
John J. Jennings and wife returned
this morning from a visit with rela
tives at Clearwater.
Frank Surprise is a visitor in the
city from Ahsahka. ,
George Basher, merchant and liv
eryman at Summit, was an arrival In ;
the city this morning.
SELLS LARGE TRACT.—Robert
Goodwin filed a deed in the auditor's
office today in which he transfers 240
acres of land located near the Jim
Ford's creek to M. S. Goodwin for a
consideration of $1.
Birmingham Has Bxpanslva Fire.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct. 18.—Fire
at midnight destroyed the building of
the Prowell Hardware company. The
damage will amount to $300,000.
NOT HALF VOTFRS
HAVE REGISTERED
OUT OF 2,400 VOTES IN LEWISTON
PRECINCTS ONLY 963 ARE NOW
ON REGISTRAR'S BOOKS.
Reports from the city precincts show
that the voters of Lewiston aro regis
ering very slow for the coming gen
ral election and only three Saturdays
ire left for registration. It Is proba
ble that there will be a grand rush
at the close of the books and some
may be left out.
Registrar C. P. Coburn states that
he has registered 265 voters In pre
cinct Xo. 1.
Registrar E. A. Martinson reports
254 registered in Xo. 2.
Registrar L. Rowley has 224 names
on his poll books in X'o. 3.
Registrar Charles Swarmstedt re
ports 220 names registered up to this
time in X'o. 4.
These reports show a total of 963
votes registered In a city that can cast
a vote of more than 2,400 at the elec
tion.
There are many who are of the
opinion that they do not have to reg
ister again If they registered last year,
hut this Is wrong and any one who
wishes to vote must register this fall
before election.
ELLIS VIOLATED
EIGHT HOUR LAW
BOSTON, Oct. 18.—A verdict of
guilty was returned In the trial of
William H. Ellis, a local contractor,
accused of working his men nine
j hours in government work In the
Charleston navy yard, in violation of
the federal eight-hour law. He was
granted 20 days to file exceptions.
NO VERDICT CASE
STANDARD OIL
FINDLAY, Oct. 18 —The Jury in the
cast of the Standard Oil In Ohio
charged with conspiracy In restraint
of trade, which went out last night at
8; 30 o'clock, had not agreed upon a
verdict at 1:65 this afternoon and so
reported to Judge Parker, who order
ed the Jury to retire for further de
liberation.
Prescriptions filteC exactly as writ
ten at the Chastain McNair Drug Co.
WITHDRAW MARINES FROM CUBA
Will Be Replaced by Additional Levies
of Troopt.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18—Orders
will be isstied In a few days for the
withdrawal of all but 500 of the ma
rines now In Cuba. They will be re
placed by additional levies of troops.
From the County Records.
A warranty deed from R. C. Kirby
to Theophelus Haralson to lot 9, of
black 2S of the village of Peck, was
fteled In the auditor's office today.
Consideration $20.
A deed from D. S. Waskey to T.
Haralson to lot 10, block 28, of the
village of Peck, was filed In the audi
tor's office today. Consideration $25.
W. A. Curry filed his notice of loca
tion of the Idaho quartz claim In the
Mees mining district today.
In a deed filed with the county audi
tor today George F. Walker and wife
transferred lots 1 and 2, of block 63,
of the village of Peck, to T. Haralson.
Consideration $600.
FINAL STEPS
TAKEN TODAY
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ST. PETERSBURG. Oct. 18.—The
final step of demobilization of Rus
sia's great Manchurian army was
taken today when an order was pub
lished disbanding the staff of the
army of the Far East. Only a corps
commander will remain Jn Manchuria
until the completion of the evacua
tion of that . territory. The Russian
troops In Siberia are already on a
peace footing.
JUDGE TIES KNOT.—Last evening
Judge Hanlon of the probate court
performed the ceremonies In the mar
riage of Miss Gertrude V. Reeves to
L. L. Haynes. Both parties are from
Lenore. where they will make their
future home.
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Miss Bell of irrlgon, Ore., wha has
been visiting Miss Lamaster of
Clarkston. returned to her home today.
On her way she will stop over a few
days in Moscow to visit friends.
THE WEATHER
LEWISTON, Oct. 18.—Flrecast for
eastern Washington and northern Ida
ho for tonight and: tomorrow: Fair
and cooler tonight with heavy frost;
Friday fair and warmer.
Following data recorded at the
local United States Weather Bureau
office up to noon: Maximum temper
ature, 59: minimum temperature, 41;
mean temperature, 5Ô; precipitation,
.00 inches.
L. M. DEY, Jr., Official In Charge.
EXPERIMENTWITH
GERMAN LABOR
CHARLESTON, S. C., Oct. 18.—The
departure of the North German Lloyd
steamer Wittekind from Bremen to
day bound for this city marks the be
ginning of an experiment that Is of
vital importance to the industrial
south, and particularly of interest to
the mill men and other manufactur
ers. The WJttekind Is bringing nearly
a thousand German Immigrants to be
distributed among the mills and other
industries of South Carolina and other
southern states. If the experiment
proves successful It will result In the
maintenance of a regular line of
steamships plying between European
ports and Charleston and Savannah
on this side of the Atlantic.
Notice to Electors.
State of Idaho, County or Nez Perce,
Precincts of 1st Lewiston, ss.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Registrar of Election for
1st Lewiston, Prlnct, County and
State aforesaid, will, at Room 6. Don
gae Building, No. 286 Main Street, In
said Precinct, County and State, every
Saturday from and after the first day
of September, 1906, between the hours
of 9:00 o'clock A. M. and 5:00 o'clock
P. M.. and 7:00 o'clock P. If. and 9:00
P. M. of eald day«, until and including
Saturday, November 3rd, 1906. receive
application for registration of qualified
electors of said Precince for the gener
al election to be held In said Precinct.
County and State on Tuesday, Novem
ber 6th, 1906.
Dated this 24th day of August, 1906.
C. P. COBURN,
Registrar 1st Lewiston Precinct.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Lewiston, Idaho, August 24,
1906.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed no
tice of his Intention to make final
proof In support of his claim and that
said proof will be made before the reg
ister and receiver at Lewiston, Tdaho.
on October 9. 1906, viz: If. E. No.
8165.
SAMUEL LEWIS
of Spalding, Idaho, for the ne 1-4 of
sec 21, T 36, N.. R. 4 W. B. M.
He names the following witneasea
to prove his continuous resldenca
upon and cultivation of said land,
viz:
WlHlam Anderson of Spalding, Ida
ho, Martin Williams of Genesee, Ida
ho, John E. i Goldsmith of Spalding,
Idaho. Crlstoper T. Cooper of Spald
ing. Idaho.
T. H. BARTLETT, Register.
To be satisfied Is to eat at tha Grand
Restaurant.
To kill that eorn usa Mexlay'a Dead
8hot Corn Cure.
Why suffer with that, corn whan
Moxley'e Dead Shot Corn Cura will
remove it.

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