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The Ed. L. Wiggin Cigar Store
CIGARS AND TOBACCO fU1**** N _ LEWISTON Meat Market WILL CMeRRIER, Prep, Dealer In Freeh and Salt Maate, Sut ler, Eggs, Finh, Oyetere and O ar*" 1 In Phone 19. 98S Main Street Free Delivery. Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co. We have the »»eat equipped Factory in the Inland Empire. Our impreved faoilitiea enable ue to turn out the highest grade Furnishings, Flnlahinge and Fixtures of every description. We carry Lime and Cement/ Lumber in any quantity and of all kinds. Office comer D and Fourth 8treets. LEWISTON, IDAHO. Factory and Yards In Clarkston, Washington. otoOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 2° A. j. GREEN o Attorney-at-Law O 0 practices In ell State and O 0 Federal Courts of Idaho and O 0 Washington. ® 0 Main Street, Culda.ee, Idaho. O oooooooooooooooooo First National Bank LBWI8TON, IDAHO. JOHN P. VOLLMER, ProsWonL A. E. CLARKE, Caahier. 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 r upon the RoH of Honor of all National Banks >♦•♦♦♦♦♦ «"»H >♦♦ ♦« WOOD AND COAL LONG WOOD, SHORT WOOD, DRY WOOD, WOOD AND COAL BY TRAIN LOADS OR WHEELBARRAW LOADS. No oixloro too largo or small for ua to All. Lot us figura with you on largo ordoro. Phono 1821. Varda, First Street and N. P. Traeka. 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. Club rooms in connection. AUCHINV0LE & CO I 282 Main 282 Main RAYMONP HOUSE European Plan. Rate« 50c to *1.50. AU modsm aonTealencsa. Nawly bum and refurnished. Orlll Room open day end night 'Jght iM »by sample rooms. Geo. K. Reed, Prop. You Can Eat GOLDMAN'S MEAT Gold Storage Market ^es>e Mata M9. HANOS CLASPED ! ACROSS RIVER Booster Mieting at Clarkstoa Saturday Night Replete ; With Enthnsiasm ! Clarkston Bureau Evening Teller. | CLARKSTON, Wash., April 1 .—With the Idea that what is good for Lewis ton is good for Clarkston. and vice versa, the meeting of the Lewlston Clarkston 50,000 club at Clarkston Sat urday night was replete with good things and good thoughts. The wel fare of the two cities, working hand in hand for an open river to the sea, and the betterment of Internal city condi tions, was the gist of the numerous speeches of the evening. William Lattimofe, who successfully launched the cleaning up movement at the last booster meeting held at Lew iston, was again on the program and did himself and his city justice. He made a strong plea for the patronage of home industry-. Rousing Speeches Delivered. George E. Crum laid the foundations for a prospective box factory which, if constructed, would greatly benefit the fruit growers of Lewiston and Clarks ton. George W. Tannahill on "Tax Dodg ing." and Mark A. Means on "An Open River to the Sea." were enthjjslis»ical ly greeted at the completion of their speeches. Mayor R. M. Yount made an enter taining address, expressing apprecia tion that the people of the twin cities had joined hands in the move, verita bly making "the lion and the lamb lay down together." He spoke at length of conditions at Clarkston. the coming fruit crop, the possibilities and the home Industry already established. The other speakers on the program were Judge E. fv Fowler, M. D. Mills, M. P. Shaughnessy, X. W. Newton, R. B. Hooper, and * Superintendent Ran dall of the Clarkston schools. H. W. Newton, president of the club, opened the meeting. R. B. Hooper pre siding. A delegation of over 150 Lew iston people headed by the military band, attended. I ! j I TWO EDUCATORS ARE IN THIS CITY Miss Belle Chamberlain, state school superintendent, arrived in the city this morning and will be in attendance at the teachers' meetings during the ses sions this week. For the pasT two years Miss Cham berlain has been deputy in the state superintendent's office and comes into her new position especially equipped for anticipating the needs and require ments for the next term. E. T. Mathes arrived from Belling ham, Washington, this morning and will act as instructor In the Inint coun tv institute which convened here to day at the Ig-wiston State Normal school. \1r. Mathes is president of the Bel- , s lingham Normal where he has been i for several yeajrs. j He was formerlv in the chair of hi= tory and civicN at the Lewiston Nor mal and has a wide acquaintance I among Idaho teachers, and many old friends will htf glod to greet him dur- ; ing the week. For Rood photos sro to the Rem i brandt Studio, Elsrhth and Main. tf Why So Weak? Kidney Troubles May be Sapping Your Life Away.—Lewiaton People Have Learned Thie Fact. When a healthy man or woman be gins to run down without apparent cause, becomes weak, languid, depres sed, suffers backache, headache, dizzy spells and urinary disorders, look to the kidneys for the cause of It all. Keep the kidneys well and they will keep you well. Doan's Kidney Pills cure tick kidneys and keep hem well. William"" Lane, llylng at south Baker one box T __ cured was sufficient to convince me j that there Is nothing to equal this j remedy for curing backache and kid ney complaint. Heavy work, lifting I lumber all day long and exposure to I bad weather seemed to affect my kid neys so that my back was sore and 11 could not rest well at night, feeling j tired ont and lame In the morning. Every cold I took settled on my kid neys and made my condition worse. Finally being Induced to try Doan's Kidney Pills I found relief In a short time, and soon was rid of the lameness and backache." I By a ! I ! j j lam Lane, liyjng at eoutn 01 City, Ore,, aays: "The use of « of Doan'e Kidney Pills pro- 1 :F. L Hauer ■Sigüsj • MEANS BUILDINO. •Shop Hours 12 to 1 and 4:9B ta Ml * • PHONE RED 51 ••• EG6 ROLLING AT WHITE HOUSE President and Grown People Look on and Enjoy the Sport Special to Evening Teller WASHINGTON, D. C.. .April 1.— Several thousand children, boys and girls, black and white, from the in fant in arms to the ten-year-olds, par ticipated in the annual egg rolling fes tival on the White House grounds to day An eqttai number of grown-ups look ed on and enjoyed the festivities. The gre. n slopes of the south grounds are well adapted to egg rolling, and it was a pretty sight to see the sport. It was President Lincoln who orig inated he custom of Inviting the chil dren of Washington to roll their eggs in the White House grounds on Easter Monday, and the precedent has been followed by all his successors. President Roosevelt has always dis placed a lively Interest in his Easter Monday guests, and today he stepped to the window many times to watch the children at their frolics. The younger children of the White House, including the convalescent Archibald, viewed the egg rolling from the shelter of the portico. A NEW MOVE , s j eet mU sic at 15 cents per single i CO py or 35 cents for miscellaneous j lots, or five copies each. One half off nn standard a.id classic'll copies books and folios; harmonicas 25 cents I to $1.50 values will he sold for 10 cents to 85 cents; talking machine ; bargains in slightly used machines. j appeals, j I to I 11 j DEVELOPMENTS WHICH SHOULD INTEREST 50,000 PEOPLE There is a move on foot here which should interest everyone; an under taking which without question means many dollars added to the annual re turns to the city of Lewiston. When one of the largest music Concerns in the world deems Lewis ten a city worthy of the best in their line it is certainly significant of gen eral prosperity, unbounded resources and a high appreciation of the best. The day has passed when music was considered a luxury for only those whose purses were well filled. By the careful organization, the greatest financiering and best buying facilities on earth in the music line, this one great concern has made it possible for everyone to have the ad vantages and sublime Influences of music in their home. Eilera Plano House deems Lewis ton worthy of a better, a grander musical influence than It has ever had and to this end have bought the entire stock of the Lewiston Music company and will move shortly to the splendid new Mounce building next the postofflee. As a means of Introducing more thoroughly their vast project and as a means of securing the future music business of every man, woman and child in this vicinity they have in augurated a price-cutting sale in all j lines that "has never been duplicated. Pianos at $148. $190,- $179, $218, $274, $283, $315, $302, $345 values from $300 to $600; organs from $15 up; violins $3.50 and up; guitars $3.50 and up; mandolins $1.50 and up: Player piano and Pianola induce ! ments. Easy tempi dn ail purchases I over $15. Enjoy the use of an ln ! strument while you pqy for it easily, j "Play while you pay." The srqall j goods department will be closed to day for Inventory: However, this does not include the piano and organ department.. Watch the papers—get the prices, see the goods and you hav e bought and are happy while the future music business of yourself and friends will follow us to our new 8 :ore. Remember that all goods are guaranteed satisfactory. See Ellers Piano House at once. Wm. Larson, Manager. Greene-Gaynor Appeal Argued. NEW ORLEANS, La., April 1—The long-drawn-out case of John F. Gay nor and Benjamine D. Greene, who were convicted of conspiracy with ex Captaln Oberlln M. Carter In the Sa oflvannah harbor Improvement frauds, ,------— ...............................; *' as called for argument here today be- j 1 the United States circuit court of I ppeals. BAD BLOOD Sei Teen truthfully »»T th»t C<uie»ret» »r« ju^ i Beat for r m. ' Æ The Dowels ^ * Cano* CAftwanc Sterling_______ ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES W. F. KETTENBACH, President. J. ALEXANDER, Vice PresidenL GEORGE H. KE3TER, Cashier. The Lewiston National Bank LEWISTON. IDAHO DIRECTORS Jos. Alsxander, C. C. Bunnell, J. B. Morris, Graee K. Pfafflln, R. C. Beach, Geo. H. Kester, W. F. Kettenbach, O. E. Guernsey, Wm. A. Libert, Jno. W. Givens, A. Freidenrich. Corner of Main ana rourth Streets TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Sight Exchange 8old on All the Prinelpal Cities of the United State* and Europa. THE CRYSTAL BAR—JOHN DESCHAMPS, Proprietor. Eveeything new and up-to-date. Clean, attractiva and oemforat able. Strictly a gentleman's resort. Good musio during the evening. Lunch room in connection. We will be pleased to have you make thie place your headquarters, and we will try to please you if you will give us a call. TVIVCCTlf ATC the unexcelled terms offered 111 YCMIuAIE by the IDAHO TRUST CO. ON REAL ESTATE LOANS We make loan* on improved City Property upon batter terme chan thoee offered by BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. Low rate of intereet. Easy paymante. No délaya. Othere have invsstl gated and found our tarma moat satisfactory. Farm loana a specialty. F. W. KETTENBACH, President. O. A. KJO 8 , Vioa Preaidant. E. C. SMITH, Secretary. ROLLER RINK Open Daily Except Sunday 2:30 to 5 p. m. 7:30 to 10:30p.m. Tilley*!» Orchestra Every Evening Commutation Tickets on sale at the rink Lewiston Amusement Co. Bollinger Hotel Lewiston's Leading Commercial Hotel W. P. HURLBUT, President. M. W. BARNETT, Treaeurer. E. D. THOMAS, Vice President, JAMES A8POA8, Secretary. H. K. BARNETT, Supervisor Abstract Department. Commercial Trust Company Capital - - $1,000,000.00 General Banking and T rust Business. Abstracting and Fire Insurance. Four Per'Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. LEWISTON. IDAHO.