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Prof. F. C. Hagel la a diplomate of three schools: Weltmers Institute of Healing, Mo., American Institute of Science, Mo., Dr. L. W. De Insurance of Chicago. 111. A student of Prof. Hall In' Hygiene of New York and of Fowler and Wells of New York. If you are sick come to me and I ■rill do all In my power to help you overcome your trouble In mind and Sody. Room 10 Beehive Bldg. & & « & S 8 kk «I .r. .vav»-* Coughs,Colds, a u This remedy can always be depended upon and Is pleasant to take. It contains no opium or other harmful drug and may be given as confi dently to a baby as to an adult nice 25 cents, large size SO cents. The Crocker Pear Wo Claim Dooo Not Blight. Bee U. S. Year Book for Je ocrlptlon. Originated by L. L. Crooker, Loomie. Cat. Ripens About January and February. Is preferable to the original Bartlett Batter flavored; very Juicy and melting when ripe; high golden oolor end prolific bearer. Treea never overload them eelvea, although bears heavy every year. Very hardy; will ship to England and back If re quired. It has stood the teat for past 10 years. What Luther Burbank says of it: "Bo* of pears received last December; samples have been tested from time to time and even at this date, February 10, are still in best condition. Its form, size, color are attractlva Fruit le among the best: Juicy, Refreshing and In all respects satisfactory and especially so at this unusual season. "LUTHER BURBANK." * HERMAN J. WEBSTER TUNER, REBUILDER AND REGULATOR Telephone Red 781. IDAHO BRICK Patronize Home Industry IDAHO BRICK CO. & STAGE ft @ A J Between Stltee and Elk City, g Y dally except Mondays. Leaves £ jst Stltee 6 a. m. to NATE PETTIBONE, Prop. II Chicago and New York LAKE SHORE—NBW YOR. CEN THAL. Lv. Chicago dally............3:80 p. m At. New Tork dally........>:M a. m Lv. New Tork dally........Site p. m At. Chicago dally.......... 8:*» a. m MOST COMFORTABLE FAST SERVICE ROUTE IN AMERICA 9~ It's a Pleasure to Have Coal That Does Not Make Clinkers Let us send you a sample order at the ton price. LEWISTON FUEL & TRAN8FER CO- LTD l lie Mint •AKER A SMITH, Proprietors Choice liquors, wines, brandies an« ■Igars. A club room In tonneetlor Clark Bl' ,g, Main street. Clyde J. Vassar UNDERTAKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Telephone 1921—Residence 1923 Î LEWISTON DRAY COMPANY t Office at Blur Front Main St J Office Phone Main 3. Furniture, Baggage, Freight end Parcel Delivery. STORAGE To the Traveling Publies Please exchange your checks with "Lewiston Dray Company's Agent." to avoid delays and In sure auf» and promt* delivery. Watch Repairing Promptly Done Bpeoial attention given to Optical and Job Work All Work Guaranteed. J. H. BETHEL <yH Main 8treet, Lewiston. RANGE MEAT MARKET DILL BROS. 371 Mein Street. Phone Main 161. Patronize Home Indnstry and Drink Weisgerber's Beer Special Brew, "TOTS NICHT* Bottle Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, February 1, 1*07. Notice Is hereby given that John B. Todd, of Falrbum, Idaho, has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, vis: Homestead Entry No. S.81S, made December *4. 1901, for the N 1-* 8W 1-4. SW 1-4 NW 1-4 Section 5. Town •hip S3 N, Range 8 W. B. M„ and that ■aid proof will be made before register and receiver at Lewiston, Idaho, on March 1», 1907. He names the following witnesses to provs his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, vis; James A. Monroe, Heron Conger. William P. Morrow. Molly Murphy, all of Falrbum, Idaho. T. H. BARTLETT, Register. Dally «wks Feb. 1 to Mar. *. Century Printing Co. Phono Blaok 601. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank of Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessen sanitation ; beauty, vigor and cheerful ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or dis eased. Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys. If the child urinates too often, if the urine scalds the flesh, or if, wlven the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet ting, depend upon it, thecause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble, and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble, and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold by druggists, in fifty cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle by mail free, also a Home of Swamp-Root, pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and mention this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every bottle. "IDAHO LAST i VIRGIN WEST"! So Declares Blaine Phillips In Interview at Salt : Lake City "Idaho Hs better than any state in the Union, for the reason that its de velopment has just commenced and opportunities are greater and more frequently encountered than else where." That Is Blaine Phillips estimate of his home state. He Is the publisher and editor of the Northwest Maga zine. Phillips is a frail specimen. When he talks about Idaho his remote face glows like an arc light. "Listen," he said. "I am going to tell you a tale of wondrous Interest. Years and years ago the government of the United States refused an ap propriation of *2,500 for the purpose of financing an expedition Into the vast territory lying west of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. Last year one county In one state In that formerly interminable and unknown waste fur nished one-sixth of the lead produc tion of the entire world. That county was Shoshone, and It is In the state of Idaho. ; Idaho the Last West. You. of course, have a gread deal of undeveloped territory In Utah, but Idaho Is truly the last west—the west whose history Is writ with blood, the west that has been built with aching hearts and shattered hopes. One-third of the state Is unsurveyed. There are places there where no man has ever visited, regions Which In two or three decades will become great productive and scenic centers. "Ten miles west of Landore, In Washington county, the Snake is hem med In by sheer walls more than mile high. The Short Line Is now building through this canyon to Lew iston. and that route will, in scenic attractions, surpass the Royal Gorge f>r the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. Landome is in the heart of the Seven Devils mining district which, so soon as proper transportation facilities are provided, will boast mines that will rival the Calumet & Hecla. Greatest Stand of Timber. Northwest of Ladrone lies the great est stand of timber In the world. In the extreme north in Kootenai county, where the precipitation Is equal to Oregon, Washington or western Mon tana, an Irrigation project is being de veloped at Haden Lake. On the east ern border In Lemhi county are ex ceptional opportunities for mining de velopment. This section is 70 miles off the railroad. "Down in the southeastern part spreads the Incomparable Gentile val ley. and at Its head stretches an area of 60.000 acres, which is adapted to Irrigation, and- which. I presume, will eventually be called the 'Saints' Ely sium.' Water for this land can be obtained from Bear river. Extensive Lime Deposits. "Fifty miles east of Pocatello are some extensive ilme deposits. One hundred and fifty cars were shipped from Rancroft last year. South of the e-rcat Twin Fails tract coal can he j found in the Wa«<ttrh mountains I There are also gold and platinum. i "The development of the NorthsiJe Twin Falls project has Just been un dertaken. This involves 180.00Q acres. Altogether the irrigation projects of the state, federal reclamatjeas, Carey act and private enterprises, will bring under water about 1.500,000 acres. In the mountainous regions can be found many fertile valleys which permit of intense farming. This is all in a state which in area is almost twice as large as New York and whose population is less than 250.000. Less Politics; More Effort. "What Idaho more particularly needs is less politics and more of an effort to get out of it what is there The real Idahoans are fully conscious of the deplorable lack of population and are trying mightily to build up the state, while others are trying to impede its development. "There have been attempts to dis courage those enterprises that have : been of Incalculable benefit to the state, and unless a watchful eye Is kept other undertakings will be driven away and the state rendered little bet ter than bankrupt. "If you will just give me one issue of the Herald—say on a Sunday—I'll guarantee to fill it. And I'll promise to write of Idaho rather than of my self.'' Old Time Reporter. Mr. Phillips has been in the city since Tuesday on business connected with his magazine. He located in Ida ho abhut a year ago and has succeed ed In making himself pretty well known. He was formerly city hall re porter on the Oregonian gnd did edi torial writing on Montana and coast papers.—Salt Lake City, Utah, Her ald. REDWINE TO LOCATE HERE. Lemhi Attorney Decides to Make Lew iston Hie Heme. Attorney H. G. Redwlne has com pleted the arrangements for removal from this city to Lewiston, where he wil lentahlish hpms*lf In the prac tice of the law. This news will be a source of regret to scores of people In this county , who have had business dealings with Mr. Redwlne for the oast fourteen years and found those dealings and business relations mos agreeable. Mr. Redwlne Is exceptionally learn ed and able as a barrister, and in the in the capacity of councillor at law, there are few in the str'e who may "xcel. He has been a pm resslve cltl sen here and while he r-*H be much missed In this particular field, la la KAMIAH FARMERS BEGIN FLOWING C. W. Buxton Buys a Farm and J. Frazier Part In Sawmill Special to Evening Teller. KAMIAH, Idaho, March 13.—Farm ers in the valley have commenced plowing, and a bumper crop is ex pected. The ground Is thoroughly saturated with water, the heavy snowfall last winter being just what was needed. The crop in the valley lagt season was considered a good one and the season was drier than usual. The lands here do not need Irriga tion. Most everything that is grown In a worm climate thrives here. Last fall one farmer brought into town a stalk of alfalfa that stood six feet. C. W. Buxton Buys Farm. C. W. Buxton of Wenatchee, Wash ington recently bought a 22-acre tract on the east side of the river near the Corbett ferry. * He will plant most of it to fruit. He is a painter by trade. Miss Mable Hair Married. Robert Hugh MeCallie was married to Miss Mahle Hair at the residence of the bride's mother near Kamiah. Sun day morning. Justice J. M. Shaw of ficiating. The bride Is well known as a most estimable young woman, while the groom Is one of the best known young men in the community. He Is the eldest son of Dr. J. H. MeCallie, well known In Lewiston and Moscow. The young couple will make their home near Kamiah. Kamiah Valley Suits Him. A. Girardelly and family have arriv ed from Renwick, Iowa, and after vis iting prairie points came to Kamiah. He is negotiating for a home near town. Mr. Girardelly Is a well to do farmer and is looking for a place to make a home. He says that the Kami ah valley suite him best of any lo cality he saw In the west and he is satisfied to settle here. Frazier Buys Into Saw Mill. T ohn Frazier has purchased a half Merest in the Ledlgie sawmill, east 'f Kamiah. and is putting it in shape for a good spring run. cream Baking Pbwder FOREMOST IN QUALITY earnestly hoped and certainly expect ed thaf he will thrive and fatten in his new pasture lot. He has a very fine wife and family, who also will be missed in this city. Ho will start some time next week and the family will follow later. • Mr Redwlne will sell his house hold goods but will still retain his realty Interests, which are worth con siderable money.—Lemhi Herald. FORFEITURE IS SURE FO FOLLOW Purchasers of State Lands Must Comply With Pay= ment Contracts J ! I I j j j Paying up on their land is the only thing that will save a lot of piirchas ers of state land from forfeiting their the holdings, according to the oreder given out by the state land board at its meeting Friday. The state lands, as is well known, are sold on exceptionally easy terms, so that the buyer can have a number of years irv which to pay up and secure his title. On the other hand, while offering the buyers the easiest terms, the state makes a forfeiture clause that is ironclad, if the state chooses to insist on it. The state has not been a hard creditor and in many Instan ces the purchasers have been allowed to become negligent. State Becoming Exacting. As the state land business grows it has been found necessary to insist on the exact compliance with the law in regard to payments. The state needs the money as much as the private in dividual, and has the power to col lect it, too. The state land board has Bulk end Package Garden, grass & flower SEEDS Garden Tools, Spray Pumps, Eto. CHARLES H. LILLY'S POULTRY SUPPLIES Ground Oyatar Shell. Ground Bone. Holly Chiok Food,. Bone Mills and Inoubators. MARK MEANS Wholesale end Retail. Phone Main 2. Lewiston, Idaho. Now is the Time to Buy Musical Goods Any Three pieces of Shoot Muoio 50c. Violins S5.00 up. Standard Graded Course flOo. National Graded Coure OOo. Special Sale in Every Department We have some fine Bargains in Phonographs. This Week Only Lewiston Music Co H. C. Tilley, Manager 1 laud i>4j. 1 ' lu uU lldjl ■ J. aiui uw lauds fo t . non-i ulrilinient oUji uas sent at delin h'om tin JUSl piiäöcU U ru.uig u meats mat are not nu are to Oe consiuercu , the state will declare feited to the stale tor of tomruct. Hie re a< out two notices on tin quent payments, and Hr last notice is the latest unie ou which payment wil be received. After that there will be no peaceable paymeut, but the lauds will be declared forfeit. Last Notice to Delinquents. Those who are delinquent in their payment on state lands are advise! that the state will consider the last notice as final, and that all lands on which payments are delinquent after 30 days will be considered forfeit, There is a large acreage of land, some of It extremely valuable, at fected by the order, the land being scattered all over the state.—Boise Statesman. CONSULAR SERVICE EXAMS. Government Exeriencing Difficulty in Securing Applicants. WASHINGTON, D. (J., March 13._ The first examinations for tha con sular service under the new rules laid down by Secretary Root are to be held tomorrow, and the result Is await ed with a good deal of interest by persons Interested in the development of the consular service on the civil service lines. It was expected that there would be a läge number of apllcants. but such, has not proven the case. From pres ent Indications there will not be suf ficient number to fill all the vacancies that now exist in the consular service or will exist in the near future. The apparent difficulty is In finding applicants properly equipped with the necessary technical knowledge of two languages or more, and at the same time possessing acquaintance with worldly affairs and business methods likely to make them good consuls. Century Printing Co. Phone Black 801. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank.