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The Ed. L. Wiggin Cigar Store
CIGARS AND TOBACCO i-hIESUN BLOCK STAGE LINE ' i,,--.**«ss »Guldesac tor Spalding .............................. * a. m. Kffiurit 'from Spalding on arrival afternoon train from Spukaut GOOD RIGS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS. RCeHERl & RKOPEl, Props., Cutdesac, Idaho I EWISTON Meat Market v, '>* -BW- Vi'S;, > WJ- -Wi-.v *'' v -ï;-4 WILL CHERRIER, Prop., Dcaier n Fresh and Salt Meat». tS*. ter. Ey^s. F»sh. Oysters *»nd G»*'** >• Season. °honF 19. 858 Main Free Delivery. Valley Lumber & Mtg. Co. We have the best equipped Factory in the Inland Empire. Our improved facilities enable us to turn out the highest grade work. Furnishings, Finishings and Fixtures of every description. We carry Lime end Cement. Lumber in any quantity and of all kinds. Office comer D and Fourth Streets. LEWISTON, IDAHO. Factory and Yards in Clarkston, Washington. j I I oooooooooocooooooo O A. J. GREEN O 0 Attorney-at-Law O O Practices In all State and O O Federal Courts of Idaho and O 0 Washington. O 0 Main Street, Culdesac, Idaho. O COOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOO First National Bank LEWISTON, IDAHO. JOHN P. VOLLMER, President. A. E. CLARKE, Caaliiar. Capital, $50,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, $245,000 Deposits Jan. 26, 1907, $1,177,849.47 United StatesDepositary The Strongest Bank In Idaho No. 24'upon the Roll of Honor of all National Banks WOOD AND COAL LONG WOOD, 8HORT WOOD, DRY WOOD, WOOD AND COAL BY TRAIN LOAD8 OR WHEELBARRAW LOAD8. No orders too large or small for ua to fill. Lot us figure with you on large orders. Phene 1821 V ar ds, First Street and N. P. Traok*. Clearwater Fuel Company JOLLY A THOMPSON THE IMPERIAL BAR Turf and Stock Exchange California and Eastern Races by direct wire* FREE LUNCH A nice hot sandwich served at noon and afternoons. A hot bowl of Chili Con Cami with cold lunch. Qub rooms in connection* AUCHINVOLE & CO 282 Main 282 Main You Can Eat GOLDMAN'S MEAT Cold Storage Market Phone Main 289. KENTUCKY FUED DISTRICT CASES Verdicts la Trials Causing Much Interest In State eeial to Evening Teller. I.KXIXOTOK, K>\. March 13.—'That j "Tiitm of Kentucky long known as I tic» feud district during the past week >r s.i tin.- Veen the scene of two trials Hi results of which are awaited with I lively interest. it' the little court house at Jackson Judge James Hargis, notorious as the TÎ - ithi ttt count' feud letider, Is be ing tried for the alleged assassination of l>r. B. 1>. Cox. At Beatty villa, Lee county, John Smith. B. Fulton French iml John Miner are on trial for the assassination of James B. Marcum at Jackson. l>r B TV Cox was assassinated In April. 1902, as he was passing the Har ds residence tn Jackson, to visit his child who was 111. The fatal shots were fired from a shed belonging to Judge James Hargis. Judge Hargis and Sheriff Ed. Callahan were charged with the assassination. Noted Feudist Makes Confession Last June Ausbury Spicer, a noted feudist, made a confession in which he swore that Judge Hargis and Ed. Callahan had employed John Smith, John Abner and himself to murder TV. Cox. He said that after wafting every night for a week for Hr. Cox to pass the shed, Elbert Hargis, a brother of the Judge, one night signalled to Smith. Abner and himself that Cox was coming. Spicer swore that he dozed and was awakened by the crack of a gun. He looked up and saw that Smith had just fired, and Abner was In the act of shooting Cox. who lay on the ground groaning. When Cox was dead. Spicer, Smith and Abner went into Judges Hargis' yard, where Judge James and Senator Alex Hargis and Ed. Callahan awaited them. Judge Hargis commended them for killing Cox. Spicer's confession was corroborat ed in full last January, when John Smith also made a confession, telling the same story that Spicer had told, saying, however, that he had not fired at Cox. Assassination of J. B. Marcum. The assassination of James B. Mar cum occourred May 4, 1903. He was killed as he stood tn the courthouse door at Jackson. Judge Hargis and 1 ploying Curtis Jett and Tom White to j Sheriff Callanan were accused of em- , do the killing. JeYT was sentenced to hang and White was given a life term in the penitentiary. Last June Jett confessed, saying that he had killed Marcum at the behest of Hargis and Callahan. He said White had nothing to do with it. Later, hawever, Jett was placed on the witness stand and he then repudiated In full his confession, saying he had been forced to make It by attorneys for the prosecution. Judge Hargis and Callahan were acquitted, while Mrs. Marcum, widow of he murdered man, swore vengeance. Later Curt Jett was given a life sentence for the murder of James Cockrlll, and upon a reversal of his death sentence for the killing of Mar- 1 cum was given a life sentence for that murder also. Jett is now In the peni tentiary with two life sentences hang ing over him. Feud Costa 100 Lives. Fulton. French, Smith and Abner were • charged With complicity In the j assassination of Marcum, and were tried at Beattyvtlle on a change of ; venue from Breathitt county. The Jury stood eight for hanging and four for acquittal. They could not agree and were dlcharged. French Is the former leader of his faction In the French-Ev.rsole feud j war tn Perry county, In which nearly one hundred men were killed. NATAL DAY OF ECCENTRIC DUKE Special to Evening Teller. B ERLIN , March IS.—There were great festivities at Darmstadt today In celebration of the fiftieth anniver sary of the accession of the present grand duke, EJrnest Louis V. The grand duke is a nephew of King Ed ward VU of England, is one of the most eccentric royalties of Europe, but at the same time hs Is personally very popular with his subjects. it is now six years since he was di vorced from his first wife, who was the Princess Victoria Mellta. the daughter of Queen Victoria's "Sweet 1 j , 1 j ; j Prim * s* Alice." The grand duke a vi ar or so ago t"ok n second wife in the person of Princess Kleanoro of S •ens-Hohen s c:ns. The grand duchess has like wts" remarried, iter choice being the sweetheart of her youth, the Grand T Hike Peril of Russia. MfINFY ANXIOUS TO BE RETURNED Mississippi Senatorial Row Promises to Be An Exciting One Special to Evening Teller JAPKSOX. Miss,. March 13. The ■ atorlnl light in Mis.d.sippl lias coin 'll«« c 1 this week in earnest and nin\ he expected n continu» ,v r> lively clip until after the primaries ni ■ held in August. Two United States senators are to he chosen by the legislature which will assemble next January, but as Senator A. J. MeLnurin, one of the incumbents, will be returned without opposition, the contest will be but for onu toga, that which now adorns the shoulders of Senator H. . Money. Senator Money could secure a re election without trouble. It Is believed, but hts health has not been good of late and he has consequently decided to retire. Governor Also a Candidate. I Fince Senator Money made hts de cision known things political in Miss issippi have been shaping for one of the most exciting senatorial fights in the history of the state. The rival aspirants for the seat are Governor Vardman and Representa tive John Sharp Williams, the mi nority leader in the house. It is im j poslble at this early stage of the con I test to pick the winner with any de j gree of certainty. Mr. Williams has returned from Washington and from all appearances he Intends to make the fight of his life to succeed Money in the senate. It is no secret that he stands higher with the better and more substanti al element of the people of Mlssllfrip pt than does Governor Vardman. But the latter has a strong pull with the masses. William* Stands Wall. Mr. Williams stands well with the people on the greater Issues of the day. but Governor Vardman, on the other hand, has kept closer to home and has captivated the popular fancy by his public declarations regarding those questions in which the people of Mississippi are particularly Inter ested. Governor Vardman, moreover, Is a ready speaker and may be conuted on to hold his own if he accedes to Mr. Williams' request for a joint canvass. Whether the next senator be Wil liams or Vardman it is already cer tain that the political not will boll at a lively rate In Mississippi this sum mer. Nature's Warning Lewieton Peole Must Recognize and Heed It. > Kidney ills come quickly, myster ■ lously, But nature always warns you through the urine. Notice the kidney secretions. See If color is unhealthy— If there are settlings and sediment, Passages too frequent, scanty, pain ful It's time then to use Doan's Kidney Polls, To ward off Bright's disease or diabetes. G. S. Warren, a retired veteran of the civil wap, living at 319 South Eigh th street, Boise City, says: "I served during the war In the Forty-fourth Wisconsin regiment and laid the trou ble I always had with my back in re cent years to the hardships and ex posures I had with the other boys at the time. The worst of my troubles was the aching pain across mykldneys and back. My back tired quickly when I was sitting In one posture for any length of time, and when stooping and lifting. The secretions were too fre quent and there was a scalding sen sation. I have used other medicines but obtained little benefit from them. When I aaw Doan's Kidney Pills ad vertise I procured a box. The first dose did me so much good that I got a second one. They relieved the back ache and helped the kidney trouble#, and it la hardly necessary for me to say that Doan's Kidney Pill* are the beet and that they are doing me more good every day." V*. F KETTt N Fi ACK. President. J. ALEXANDER. Vic. President jtOKGL ' .£ STER. Cashier The Lewiston National Saak LEW J SI ON. IDAHO DIRECTORS Jov Alexarvier, C. C Bunnell. J. EL Morns, Grace K. Pfafflin, R. C. Beach, Geo H. Kester, W. F. Kettenbach, O E. Guernsey, Wm. A. Libert, Jrso. W. Givens, A. Freidenrich. Corner of Main a no rourtb sir-».«,# transacts general banking business Exchange Sold Ad the Principal Cit es of the United Stut.s •nd Europe. THE CRYSTAL BAR—JOHN DESCHAMPS, Proprietor. Everything new and up-to-date. Clean, attractive and comfort able. Strictly a gentleman's resort. Good music during the evening. Lunch room in connection. Wc will be pleased to have you mate this place your headquarters, and we will try to please you if you will give us a call. TNVt-SkTir* ATP unexcelled terms offered 11X J LtlllimiL by the IDAHO TRUST CO. ON REAL ESTATE LOANS We make loans on improved City Property upon better terms <han those offered by BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. Low rate of interest. Easy payments. No delays. Others have investi gated and found our terms moat satisfactory. Farm loans a specialty. f W KETTENBACH, President. O. A. KJOS, Vice President. E. C. SMITH, Secretary. You are cordially invited to be present at the Opening of our New Store Next to New Post Office Saturday, March 16th, 1907 As a souvenir of our opsning, a beautiful Japanese Cup and Sauoor will be presented with a cash purchase of 50c or more of our Coffeee, Teas, Extracts, etc. Our Grand Opening Sale will commence Saturday. All Fancy China, Haviland China, Glassware and Granitewar* at half price. Refreshments will b* served free. IDAHO TEA e©MP'Y. T Sign of Big Phone Main 64 Main Street Bollinger Hotel Lewiston's Leading Commercial Hotel W P Huribut President. M. W. Barnett. Treasurer. K O Thomas, Vice President. James Aspoas, Secretary. H K Rame t. Supervisor Abstract Department Commercial Trust Company Capital - - $1,000,000.00 General Banking and T rust Business. Abstractingfand Fire Insurance. Four Per*Cent Interest! Paid on Savings Accounts. LEWISTON. IDAHO. The TELLER 50cts a Mo.