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Get the Habit Then you're started right New Shopping Bags A most elaborate display of the latest novelties is now ready for your inspection. Also some rare specialties in opera bags. Come in and see them. 35c to $10.00 Fluffy Ruffle Belts The second shipment is already here and they are beauties. No wonder 'Miss Ruffles has captured the people who like to follow the fashions. Prices 65c to $1.50 New Laces Many of the new laces and trimmings are now ready and the indications point to a greater demand than ever before. As usual we will have the supply Prices from 3c to $3.00 School Shoes Thê entire line, even including the rubber goods and leggins, is now in and ready for your inspection. Remember, "QUALITY" is always the paramount argument and when when you buy our shoes you have bought all that can be conveyed by that word. Prices $1.50 to $7.00 Men's Goods A bigger, better and more stylish line than we have ever shown is what we have to of fer you for the fall season. Our steadily in creasing business has tempted us to bring on some high class things that are usually found only in the very large cities and very smart stores. Come in, look the line over, and see the CORRECT THINGS lr OR MEN'S WEAR Furniture and Stoves New and Secondhand Largest Stock in the State Highest Cash Price Paid for Secondhand Goods L. Pennell Outfitting Co. MILLINERY Miss Meeds is showing some pretty things in trimmed hats and invites you to call and see them 541 MAIN 8TREET. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. : I ; | ; I | I i i ! I I I Firm Now Opon for Business. Messrs. Baldeck and Ransburg, after having been away for the summer n 'onths, and are again at their place of business in the Means block, where they are better fitted and more com ptent than ever to handle their tail or ing business. While Mr. Baldeck was ,n Chicago he took ft special course ladies' and gents' tailoring and styles and cuts for the fall and winter wears. He also made a personal se lection of the materials. The firm Is now in a position to give the people of Lewiston the best and latest In ma terial and workmanship. They extend a cordial invitation to all to come and inspect their goods and consult them NPROVEMENT OF WATER SYSTEM (Continued From Page Two.) feet 8-inch steel pipe, SI,900; laying, S300. On Sixth to B, on B »o Second, on Second to C, on C to First, and on First to D; 2,230 fc-'t 6-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $1,338; laying, $223. On Twelfth street between Main and Idaho street; 640 feet 6-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $384; laying, $64. On Thirteenth street between Main and G streets: 440 feet 6-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $264; laying, $44. One Twenty-first street between Ma n and Eighth avenue: 1,240 feet 6-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $744; laying, $124. On North street between Main and Harrison: 900 feet 6-inc.h steel pipe; cost of pipe. $540; laying, $90. On G street between Eighteenth and Twenty-first street: 1,000 feet 6-inch steel pipe, $600; laying. $100. On Fourth street between B and C street: 250 feet 4-inch steel pipe; cost ot pipe. $92.50; laying, $20. On Fifth street between B and C street: 250 feet 4-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $92.50; laying, $20. On Thirteenth street between Park and Seventh avenue, and on Seventh avenue to Fifteenth: 1.650 feet 4-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $610.50; lay ing. $132. On now Sixteenth street between Carson and Seventh avenue. 600 feet 4-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $222; laying, $48. On Seventeenth street between Car son and Seventh avenue: 250 feet 4 inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $92.50; laying, $20. On'Fourteenth street between Sev enth and Eighth avenues, and on Eighth avenue and Boulevard to Nine teenth: 2.400 feet 4-inch steel pipe, $888; laying, $192. On Grand avenue between Nez Perce and Pacific streets: 800 feet 4 inch steel pipe, $296; laying, $64. On Clearwater avenue, between i Aiken and Durham street: 440 feet 4 i inch steel pipe; cost of pipe. $162.80; ! lay Inc. $35.20; six 12-inch gate valves ion Main street line, $270; five '8-inch valves on D and Sixth streets. $125; 15 6-inch gate valves distributed over the down town line, $225; 12 4-inch I gate valves, distributed, $96; 12,600 I pounds pig lead, $756; 10,000 pounds least iron fittings, $600; 20 6-inch fire plugs, $800; setting 20 fire plugs. $300: I total, $31,675.; grand total, $45,585.50. H It District Plat. On Fourth street between Eighth and Tenth avenue: 1,000 feet 6-ineh st el pipe; cost of pipe,"1600; laying of pipe, $100. On Eleventh avenue between Sec ond and Seventh streets: 1,600 feet 6-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $960; laying of pipe, $160 . } On Prospect avenue street and Third advenue; 1,950 feet 6-inch steel pipe; cdst of pipe, $721.50; lay ng of pipe, $150. On Third avenue between Fourth and Fifth street: 500 feet 4-inch steèl pipe; cost of pipe, $186; laying of pipe, $40. ; On Fourth avenue between Fourth and Fifth street: 400 feet 4-lnCh steel pipe; cost of pipe, 148; laying of pipe, $32. * f ■ ,, On Seventeenth * avenue '' between First and Fourth street. 700 feet 4 Inch steel pipe; copt of pipe, j$259;j laying of pipe, $56. On Prospect avenue betw'een Seven teenth and Eighteenth avenue; on Eighteenth to Third street, and on Third street to Sixteenth avenue feet 4-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe $851; laying of pipe, $184. On Seventeenth avenue between Prospect avenue and Third street; 1,100 feet 4-inch pipe; cost of pipe, | $407; laying of pipe. $88. j .... a ,on " e ; i P P • j I j On Sixteenth avenue between Fif teenth avenue and Sixth street: 800 feet 4-inch steel pipe;, cost of pipe, $296; laying of pipe, $64. On Eighth street between Eleventh and Thirteenth avenue: 600 feet 4 inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $185; laying of pipe, $40. On Ninth street between Eleventh and Twelfth avenue: 500 feet 4-inch j steel pipe; cost of pipe, $185; laying of pipe, $40. On Tenth street between Eleventh and Twelfth avenue: 600 feet 4-lnch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $185; laying of pipe, $40. On End street between Beall and Fourteenth street; 1,700 feet 4-inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $629; laying of pipe, $136. On A street between Beall and Fourteenth street: 500 feet 4-lnch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $185; laying of pipe, $40. On Sixteenth avenue between Twelfth and Fourteenth streets. 800 feet 4-lnch steel pipé; cost of pipe. $296; laying of pipe, $04. On Twentieth street between Ninth and Eleventh avenue; 1,000 feet 4-lnch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $370; laying of pipe, $80. On Tenth street between Eighth and Eleventh avenue: 800 feet 4-Inch steel pipe; cost of pipe, $296; laying of pipe. $64. On, Third street between Eleventh and Fourteenth avenues: 1.600 feet laying qf pipe. $210. Seven thousand pounds pig lead, $420; 4,000 pounds cast Iron fittings. $240; 36 4-lnch gate valves, $288; 12 6-inch gate valves. 8-fnch steel pipe; cost of pft>e, $1,520: j laying of pipe, $240. On Fifteenth avenue between Fourth and Seventh streets: 400 feet 8-inch | pipe; cost of pipe, $1,330; laying off gate valve boxes, $240; 20 4-inch fire plugs, $600; setting 20 fire plugs, $200; total, $13,910.50. * NORTHWEST INLAND NOTES. ♦ TROY.—The tar plant of the Troy | Chemical company has resumed op- | erations after a brief shjutdown to make repairs. The plant will ^use, chiefly pine stumps and profitable em- j ployment is offered for a large number of people as the company will pay a good sum for the stumps as well as the I land owner who is desirous of having ! his land cleared. COUNCIL.—August Bauer was seri-| ously injured in his saw mill last week j by raising his head against a cutoff j saw. Bauer was engaged in oiling a ! pulley under the saw and thoughtless- j ly raised his head against the rapidly! revolving saw'. The skull was cut so that the brain was exposed. He Is ! now in a critical condition. MOSCOW.—Business men have made voluntary contributions to assist the city government in a plan to grade the streets. A large sum has been raised in this manner and some of the streets that have been practically' Im passable during the winter will be pav ed with gravel before the rainy season begins 5. GENESEE.—J. K. Bell has ordered machinery necessary to the operation of a plant for the manufacture, of cider, apple butter and other products j of the Genesee fruit crop. It will be the purpose of Mr. Bell to provide a market for all fruit products that has heretofore gone to waste in this sec tion. ASOTIN.—Jeffersojt H. Fulton left Friday for Manila, where he will join his regiment in the hapaeity of second lieutenant. Mr. Fulton is a graduate of the Washington State college at Pullman and received his appointment at the close of the school term last June. WALLA WALLA.—Fruit growers of j this section have been granted a trkns j portation relief by the completion of the Walla Walla Traction company's line to a connection with the Washing ton & Columbia River j-oad. Trans portation arrangements have T5Vn be<-'n madç between the two companies by which Northern Paolflc cars will be handled ovfer the traction company's »ne. HOPE.—Thbmas W. Crawford has been fined $20 and sentenced to 30 j days in the^ounty jail for -Wife beat- j in£, tfie jail, sentence, was suspended' tuider good behavjjD^ £ra#ford owns! town and some | property In the city. He went to town last week and became intoxicated, after which he went home and beat; his wi|e and dragged her about the'house by the hair. } Tfofge farm near __ Horses , n the aect(on Qf Perce county are reported higher than known. Ordinary draft horses KENDRICK.—The Kendrick citi zens h,ave made a protest to the coun ty commissioners of Latah county against the removal of the bridge aenpesr potl4tch creek at thii- tiAi e on account of the large amount of grain to be delivered here during the next fèw weeks. matter has ben In vstigated by County Commissioner Chris Hagan, who has decided the old structure is unsafe, and unless the ? e ° pIe ° f Kendrlek will put up a bosd to save the county from liability In case of accident because of the unsafe structure the contractor will proceed with the work of tearing it down. j ever are selling for $200 and upward. Notice to Creditors. In the -District Court of the United States, In and for the Northern Di vision of the District of Idaho. In the matter of Frank X Le Doux, a voluntary bankrupt in bankruptcy. The first meeting of creditors of said bankrupt is hereby called for the day of September, 1907, at 9 21st o'clock, a. m., at my ofiice in Lewiston, County of Nez Perce, and State oflda ho. Such meeting will be held for the allowance of claims, appointment of trustee and examination of bankrupt. Dated this 7th day of September, j D. 1907. G. ORR M'MINIMY, Referee in Bankruptcy. L&die's and Gent'* TAILORS Baldeck & Ransburg 153-154 Means Block We Are Now Ready to Take Your Order for Fall Millinery Miss Houghton has returned from Chicago, where she made a per sonal selection of our fall stock, and made a careful study of all the latest in the millinery world of etyle and fashion, Come and place your order at once. Kennedy Millinery Parlors Binnard Block, Between 3d, and 4th Skating Rink Open Nightly Floor in Excellent Condition Skates Thoroughly Renovated Music by the Orchestrion Admission 10c. Skates 25c. COME and Spend an Enjoyable Evening Summer T rips Eastward * * seif TO THE NEW ENGLAND STATES, NEW YORK AND EASTERN CANADA Tickets on 8ale SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 1907. Take advantage of tho low 3ummer tourist fares to Eastern pointa. For full information and reservations, call W. J. JORDAN, Gonoral Agont, Lewiston, Idaho. Northern Pacific Railway A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A. Portland, Oregon. The Star Theatre 204 Main Street Opens Tuesday Night Latest High Class Moving Pictures And Illustrated Songs We use the Polyscope, the only machine that makes a steady picture Continuous Performance !i 3 to 5:30 7:30 to 10 ADMISSION 10 CENTS Room formerly occupied by Eilers Piano House COLFAX.—Farmers In this part of | the Palouse country are taking ad vantage of the good weather and are operating the harvest machinery with men that can be secured. pioneer of the Juliaett* country, died last Thursday from rheumatism. Mr. Perryman was 60 years of age and baa been a sufferer from rheumatism for the past eight years.