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Sale A* a result of the naturally large spring business there was accumulated an unusual large amount of remnant lots, odds and ends and merchandise soiled by handling or display. In order to clean up stock we offer these ends lots of desirable spring merchandise at ridiculously low prices Friday and Saturday this week. j tü ail nMJiKMI $2.50 and $3.00 Hats at............................................... $1-00 Caps at .......................... 26o Overalls (Hiekery Brand) at........................................... 49c $1.25 and $1.50 Shirts...................... Wo Double front, heavy twill 8hirta........................................ SOr Underwear, fine Derby ribbed, a suit................................... 70o Rockford 8#amless Hose, an pair, only................................. 5e From the dry gooda department we have Dress Goods at 49c that every one else sells for 75c. 15c Ginghams at 12%c; 12tic Ginghams at 8 l-3c. Long Silk Gloves, black and white, $1.60 and $1.75; long Lisle Gloves, white, black, tan and greys, at 90c; and all other goods cheaper than elsewhere. THE J. ALEXANDER CO. ♦ HOTEL ARRIVALS. Bollinger. H. Chrisman, W. V. Rlrstand, Port land; H. G. Thompson, C. A. Foal, Mewrey, Ireland; H. N. MUcan, Ber gan; Jos. A. Ocl, J. J. Oliver, H. N. Black, Moscow; Thomas Johnson, A. M. Sloman, Rochester. N. Y.; Joseph Thleber, Spokane; A. J. Pelfter, Port land; J. O. Ockwlg, Portland: Mrs. L. X* Raymer, Spokane: E. M, Eldridge, AL Louis; M. Wollhelm, San Fran cisco; F. W. Wood In and wife. Peck. Raymond. B. E. Travis, Portland; Otto Grice, Moscow; J. A. Foley, S. M. Long, J. B. Lancaster, Spokane; J. K. Clark, Sunnyside; D. H. Robinson, Pierce; Geo. Harris, Spokane; Speedy S. Waft, Spokane. Grand. F. J. Alldrldge, Jack Peters, Wal 1mm; George Maul, Wallowa; Fran« Etlmmons. Walla Walla: Abe Williams. WE TAKE PAINS TO SEE THAT EVERY DETAIL IS ABSOLUTELY RIGHT MARKS DRUG COMPANY Prescription Specialists Wc have installed in our Prescription Department the latest improved drug machinery. Our labratory is equipped with Tablet Triturate Machine. Turns out 300 1-grain tablets a minute. Pill Machine. Compressed Tablet Machine. Capacity 1,750 tablets per hour. Bougie and Cold Pressure Suppository Moulds. Mixers and Emulsifiers. Wc are as well prepared to handle prescriptions as any store in the northwest. We take pride in compounding prescrip tions of more than ordinary difficulty. There is more to the compounding of a prescription than the mere throwing together of the ingredients. The different ingiedients entering into the composition of a receipt may, if properly added, result in an elegant, dear, attractive preparation, inviting to the eye and palate of the invalid, when if the same formula were improperly prepared or thrown together, a muddy, unsightly mixture would be the result. Every prescription or receipt entrusted to our care will be filled in a proper manner. If you are particular about the medicine you or your family are to take, bring the prescription to us* Wc are sure of the quality and strength of our drugs and sure of our ability to compound them in a proper manner. ^Vc are not advertising that we are prescription specialists with nothing to back us up. We ask you to bring your prescriptions to us and let us prove our claims. No! our charges are no higher, they are generally less than you have been paying. MARKS DRUG COMPANY 424 Main Street Near Post Office Phones Red 721 Red 722 Call us up. Prescriptions called for and delivered. Normal Hill Branch Comer 7th st and 7th ave. Almota; Frank Baufman, Anatone; Chas. B. Wortman, Nez Perce; Nel son Holmes, Welser; Mrs. Chet Shu maker, Anatone. De France. J. N. Steensma, Juliaetta; F. W. Malloy. Havard; Ed McGuire, Har vard: E. C. Pickett, R. O. Relgel, Westlake: Mrs. R. Ireland, R. D. Me hllls, Spokane; W. M. Scudder, Jr., West Seattle; Chas. Wyatt, Priest River; Roy Flseus, Sumner. 111.; A. J. Marson, J. P. Ferguson, L. Jackson, W. H. Grows and wife. J. J. Fare, Sam Patterson. G. S. Hall and wife, Gif ford; Wm. Younger, R. A. McPherson, Grouse; C. A. Parrott, Kippen; Chas. Bobbitt, Chas. Cox, Thomas Scatton, Peck: A J. Babbitt, Peck; H. J. Ma hlt, N. A. Daniels, C. Chrlstinsen, J. Palmer, Chesley; Mrs. Palmer, Chas ley; J. R. Jones, W, P. Corwin, E. V\. Hercvhburger, Knut Orvlck. Music every night by the orchestrian >t the skating rink. ♦ WEATHER REPORT. Forecast for Lewiston and vicinity for tonight and tomorrow: Showehs 'tonight and Wednesday; cooler. Following data recorded at ^local United States Weather Bureau office; Maximum temperature, 57; minimum temperature, 47; mean temperature. 52; precipitation, .00. L. M. Dey, Jr., Official in Charge. Stops Itching Instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, Itch, hive-, herpes, scabies—Doan's Ointment. At any drug store. WILL SELL FIVE HOUSES. The, five houses In the rear of the postoffice will be «old at once. See Eben Mounce for particulars. tf H. N. BLACK, Architect, office Room» 4 and 5 Bee Hive block. ♦ LOCAL BRIEF8. ♦ Charles Crawford, an exper broom maker from California, has been em ployed by Mr. Thurber. t The Seatle bar Is to be enlarged by P. Le Francis removing the partition between his place and the O. R & N. saloon and using both quarters. Joseph M. Hanks has been appoint ed constable of Lenore precinct by the board of county commissioners. The county commissioners are In the Clearwater section Inspecting county roads. Fred Manning has gone to Boise, where he has accepted a position as guard at the penitentiary. The Ford Lumber company has be gun grading for a side track running from its yards to the Northern Pacific tracks. Katzenberger & Rosenkratz, pro prietors of the Reubens Hardware company, have sold out to F. \V. Lewis. The Christian Science congregation has decided to build a church on Nor mal Hill near the head of the Miner grade. Rev. Mr. Vosberg of Rochester, N. Y., will deliver a lecture In this city on May 24 under the auspices of the Christian Science church. The Clearwater Lumber company has opened offices In this city, which will be In charge of E. Nat Brown. Heretofore the company has had Its offices at Moscow. Murray & Mack will be the attrac tion at the Temple theater this even ing. They are the funniest comedians on the road. R. F. G. Smith has been placed un der Î600 bonds by Judge Erb for as saulting with a deadly weapon James Henry, a young Indian of Lapwai. German State bank Is the name of the third banking Institution which Is to be opened at Cottonwood about June 1. Attorney P. W. Mitchell of Nez Perce Is authority for the statement that It Is the Intention of the Northern Pacific to build a branch from Voll mer to Nez Perce. James B. McGrane today completed the planting of 300 Carolina poplar PORTLAND. SEATTLE. PRIVATE WIRES. 8 p OKANE. J Downing Hopkins Co. Stocks ESTABLISHED 1893. BROKERS Bonds Grai ins Fourteen years of success. We guarantee the delivery of all bought through us. t0Clt Bank. Portland, Oregon; References: United State.. National Traders' National Bank, Spokane, Wash. LOCAL OFFICE! 219-220 NEW IDAHO TRUST BUILDING trees on the Beach tract on Normal hll, which property he owns. Felix Warren announces that on May 1 he will operate a through stage be tween his city and Grangevtle, mak ing the trip ln II hours. R. F. G. Smith, arrested on the charge of assault with a deadly wea pon on James Henry, a Nez Perce In dian, and yesterday brought before Judge Erb and placed under V600 bonds, this mom'ng furnlsr.ed ball. The case is set for hearing before Judge Erb April 29. On April 7, it is alleged, that Smith beat up Henry with a piece of gas pipe. '' D. P. Parks, a lumber man of Clarks ton, returned this morning from It -o skla, where he has been gathering in formation relative to h1s business. Attorney James E. Babb will ad dress the students of the Lewiston State Normal school at assembly to morrow morning at 11 o clock. » Free hot lunch at the IM- -• * PERIAL BAR. 282 Main 8t Re- « » suits an all soortlnq events daily * * by special wire. ♦ * Free entertainment every eve- - * nlng. a FROM THE COUNTY ^RECORDS (Commercial Trust Co.) Deeds—April 16. M. A. Means to J. B. West (QCD) nw se, ne sw, s 1-2 nw 25-40-4 e, 31. Alfred D. Pardee to same, undv. 1-2 Int. nw se, ne sw, s 1-2 nw 25-40-4 e, 31.00. M. A. Means to same, undv. 1-2 lnt. see No. 2, $1.06. Pauline G. Rlsdon to Ella A R. 2 Houghton, lots 1, 2, 3, 4. block 1 2 to 6. block 2; lot 4 block ». wt to 14. block 4; lot 12. block 5 ;' \ot! 2, 3, 4, lock 6; lots 1, 2, 3, 4. g ' 7, Rlsdon tract, Lewiston, ti.oo Levi M. Monroe to Wm. McCar^n lots 1. 2. 3, 10, 11. 12, block 6, Btenc ard Helghths, Lewiston, 31,800. Kamlah Townslte Co. to John p Pomeroy, lots 3, 4, block 4, Kamlah! D. A. McDermott to Mary Mo-r| S(m lots 1, 2, 3, block 3, Oxford add Lew' 1st on, 880. ' w ' Joseph Alexander to J. b. West 1- 2 ne, n 1-2 se 22-40-4 e; sw s W 26 n 1-* nw 16; ne ne 84-41-3 e; sw ne ■ 1-1 nw, ne sw 28-81-4 e; lots 3 and 4, sw nw 4; se ne 5-37-4 e, 31,00. Ella Rlsdon Davies to First Church of Christian Scientist, lot 12, block 5 Rlsdon tract (QCD), 31.00. Final Receipts. U. S. to Paul M. Mahan, lots 13-14-4 sec. 14-33-1 w, 32.25. U. S. to James B. Flynn, e 1-2 2- 40-4 e, $20«. Mr. Freedland at the M. E. Church. Mr. Freedland, who Is well and fa vorably known to the people of Lewis ton, will entertain at the Methodist church Tuesday next, April 18. Mr. Freedland has appeared In the church here on several different oc casions and has always shown to the capacity of the house. He comes this* time with an entirely new and up-to date program of moving pictures, Il lustrated songs and music. The lliu» trated songs will be sung by Mr. F. J Aldridge. "W Price«, children, 15 cents: adults, 2» cent* ^ Come and spend an enjoyable even ing at the rink. Music by the orches trian. Century Printing Co. Phone Blade 601. Basement Lewiston Natl. Bank.