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'Uet the Habit." Its time now Regarding Your Hammock THE GREAT Pre-Inventory Stock Reduction Sale presents the opportunity you are looking for. You know our line this season is the Manufacturers 9 Samples everyone particularly selected as to construc tion and style, and bought at just 66 2-3 Cents on the dollar. Palmer's hammocks have al ways been recognized as the best line in the market, on account of their scientific con struction, which provides for an equal strain on all parts, no matter what your position may be, nor what weight, nor how many of you may bp in it at the same time. These features are the important ones to be con sidered in the buying of a hammock, so when all these go with the most beautiful patterns and color combinations, nothing re mains to consider but the price. Ours were marked originally one-third less, but now they go at the additional discount, that ob tains on all goods during the great Pre-inventory Stock Reduction Sale n 50 V 00 e; N OT at any price can there be built smarter shoes than the "Dorothy Dodd." And it is said that shapely, well-fitting shoes are an essential mark of the lady. The "Dorothy Dodd" is the problem of shoe perfection worked out in choicest leathers and original, distinctive styles. Women fastidious as to what they wear choose the "Dorothy Dodd" Shoe for its elegance. Women particular as to what they pay choose the "Dorothy Dodd" for its economy. We have a splendid assortment in a variety of leathers, shapes and designs. Hastings, The Shoe Man I HAVE 10 Timber Locations that can be filed on at once. Call and *ee me at carpenter shop on Seventh St., or Phone Black 1992 after 6 p. m. J. C. LASKER PERSONALS. ♦ W - K Campbell left on the after noon train for Stites. . T ' New, and was a passenger on *■ ° ut goin k train this afternoon for Stites. ' arl Thompson, who arrived In the ' > it> a few days ago, departed today | for Ahsahka. Vt rs . A. Pogue left on the afternoon train for her home at Oroflno. She has been visiting m the city for the past few days. I B. MilU-r, of Los Angeles, Cal., " ho has been visiting in the city for a few days, departed on the afternoon train for Stites. He will visit the nines that he Is interested In. ' Martin returned to his home in Ncz Perce this afternoon. He has been down here looking after his real estate interests. Mrs Georg« H. Storer left on the morning train for Spokane, where she will visit her daughter. Pen Anderson, who has been visiting in the city for several days, returned to his home at North Lapwal this afternoon. < reorge Blake, of Hutchinson, Kan sas was a passenger on the afternoon •fain for Oroflno. II Nohle, who has been visiting In the city for the past few days, return ed to his home at Oroflno today. ♦ FLASHES FROM THE WIRE. ♦ I Narbonne, France.—An attempt was , made last night to arrest M. Marcel Albert, leader of the wine growers' j mo\and M. Ferroul, ex-mayor j ,,f Narbonne. Tbe situation Is full of j menace. Practically the whole popu I lace is disturbed and the wildest ex citement prevails. — ! Denver, Colo.—James R. Garfield, j secretary of the interior, and R. A. Ballenger, commissioner of the gen era! land office, and Henry M. Teller, I nit. d States senator from Colorado, were the principal speakers at the ses sion of the public lands convention which convened in this city yesterday. New York.—Advices from Berlin to the Herald state that Emperor Wil liam is to contribute several special prizes to athletes from America, who will compete in the next German turn fest at Frankfort. Chicago.—The Tribune last night re ceived advices from London telling of the engagement of Mrs. Potter Pal mer to Aubrey Fitz Clarence, earl of Muster and Baron Tewksbury, The wedding will take place In London in the fall. Kiev, Russia.—Last night the 21st battalion of sappers, 450 strong, mu tinied. They killed the commander of the Third company and began to Are at random. Five battalions were sum moned to quell the mutiny and 258 were arrested. Boston.—All heat records for June were broken generally throughout New England today. Four deaths and many prostrations occurred. In Bos ton the highest official temperature was 99 degrees. Brazil, Ind.—Mike Donnovan was awarded the decision over Joe Walcott after ten rounds of fast fighting here tonight. Hugh Kelly refereed. Warren, Ohio.—George W. Bidell, cashier of the Kinsman National bank, was shot and killed tonight by Alfred Kinsman. Bus'nes affairs Is the prob able cause. London.—China is about to enter the world's wine market. The cultivation of grapes has been going on experi- | mentally there for the past ten years, and the cellars belonging to the vine- I yards will have their first wine ready ! for the market in 1908. Experts say the wine Is excellent and will prove a factor in the trade. London.—Joseph Chamberlain ar- i rived here last evening from Birming- J ham. He said that his health Is im- j proving. The family deny that he proposes resigning from parliament. ; London.—Prof. Alexander Stewart \ Herschel, the distinguished astron omer. died today at the Observatory ! hospital, Slough Bucks, where his ! grandfather, Sir Elmer Herschel, and 1 Sir John Herschel made the most of their discoveries. New potatoes and new horn* grown cabbage fresh every morning. SL C. Beach Co. Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, ec zema, salt rheum, any itching. Doan's Ointment. Tour druggist sells 1L For a drink ot good old Bock or Pacific, see Harry and Bill at tbe Tacoma. Feel languid, weak, run-down? Headache? Stomach "off"?—Just a plain case of lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood. Washington.—Senator Foral^er left today for Ohio, where on Thursday at Wilberforce university he will review the testimony of the senate committee on military affairs in the Brownsville inquiry and will make a defense of the negro troops. Teller ads bring result* Saturday , June 22 Musical Specials Wo are sorry that we are unable to offer you our usual Summer Clearance Sale, but facts are we havo been so busy selling goods that we have nothing on hand which would come under that head. A careful reading of the following will convince you of its value to YOU. You Ought to Know about; these late songs and instrumental pieces which we are offering as specials. This includes the latest and best popular music on the market. Why not lay in your supply of sheet music NOW. We are offering some special prices on folios, also. We carry the Schirmer Library and have included some other folios besides Piano and vocal. Remember that this special is for ONE WEEK ONLY. Latest and best sheet music, 15 CENTS PER COPY. You Should Have One of the Talking Machine bargains. We have a few second hand and slightly used machines which will be sold for $10 and up. Regular values as high as $30. It will take an early call to get one of these as Lewiston people are not slow to take advantage of a good saving. Remember that we have at all times a full line of VICTOR goods, both machines and records. Hear the latest RED SEAL RECORDS. We also have the Edison Outfit No. 5. The quality of this great little machine is purely ''EDISON,'' and the price brings It in reach of everyone. Easy monthly terms if you desire. Step in today or drop us a sard. $1.00 down; $1.00 per Week. PRICE COMPLETE $27.50. Write for Free Catalog of Pianos and Organs Over Thirty jFactories Sell Through Us The House of Highest Quality Next to the Postoffice WM, LARSON, Mgr. mm Keep Informed About the Moyer-Haywood-Pettibone Murder /Trial and the Land Fraud Trial by subscribing noWj Tor The Lewiston Evening Teller The reading public] is]jbeing ^attracted by] these greatftrials. With our special service at Boise and (Moscow *we ------ . i.rwOiwn , eb. — will give all the news up to the minute. mAi a special jinducetn ent we are" offering the Pacific Monthly Free to all^new subscribers. Call at our office, or phone ps your address and our solicitor will call on you. You Ought to Hear tiie new disc and cylinder records which have Just been received at the bigest, busiest and best. These include the very latest records—''My Merry Oldsmo bile,'' " Uncle Josh," "Cheyenne," and many other records equally well known and liked. This is the first time the above have ever been produced in a cylinder record. Call and hear these while the selec tion is large. We have also some new VICTOR rec ords. HEAR THEM TODAY. You Can Save Money by buying your piano or organ RIGHT NOW. School vacation Is here and the little folks should have THEIR chance. We have a few samples from which we are ordering our 1908 stock. We are making some exceptional low prices on these for a few days. As our guarantee is "Satisfaction or Money Back," there is no question as to quality. The only question which remains is; Can you afford to save $100 to $127 on the purchase of a piano, or from $20 to $35 on an organ. We believe you can, but it means quick action as there are only a few of these bargains. Terms as low as $5 per month. PRICES $160 UP.