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[WE RNSnr&NEV TONl We represent the Most Reliable Fire insurance companies of the world Real Estate, Rentals, Leases Lows Beach Building. Phone Main 6 UHTrCTTr A TE the unexcelled terms offeree lNVtMlllAiC by the IDAHO TRUST CO. ON real estate loans W« rwk* loarM'on improved City Property upon «botter terme then thoee offered by BUILDING AND LOA N ASSOCIATION 8 . Low rate of internet, fieey »payments. No delay«. Others have investi gated end found our »terme moot satisfactory. Farm loons a specialty. ___ F, W. KETTEHBACH, PreeidenL O. A. KAOS, Vice President. E. C. SMITH, Secretary. LEWISTON NATIONAL BANK 8ueoessor to Bank .of John Bearley, the first bank in North Idaho and v National Bank since 18U CapitaL Surplus and Profits $221.500 FRANK W. KETTENBACH, Pres. J. ALEXANDER, Vice Pree. J. E. CHAPMAN, Teller. & DIRECTORS. J. ALEXANDER. O. E. GUERNSEY, . C. C. BUNNELL. WM. A. LIBERT, J. 8 . MORRIS, JOHN W. GIVINS, EDWARD C. SMITH, A. FREIDEKRICH, R. C. BEACH, FRANK W. KETTENBACH. Diligent attention given to the interests of our patrons. Offers every'facility consistent vHh safe banking. Can furnish valua able information rcratlye to the resources and business opportunities of Nee Perce, Idaho and Asotin Counties. Correspondence and personal interviews solicited. First National Bank LEWISTON, IDAHO. Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $280*00. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. Deposits July 1*L 1907, $1,184,277.39 The Strongest Bank In Idaho JOHN P. VOLLMER. President. A. E. CLARKE, Oeehier. No. 11 upon the RoD of Honor of all National Banks IDAHO FEED AND LIVERY Opposite Masonic Tempi«. Now ready far business. Bpaolal attention given to Radies' Single Driver«. FI rat-el aaa rigs and first-class horses at reasonable prloes. Phone Mein 262. Horees boarded, hay sad grain. $16; hay, $10.50. RAYMOND HOUSE European Plan. Rates 50c to $1.5*. AU modern convenlencea. Newly built and refurnished. Grill Room open day and night T Jght and slry sample rooms. ^ 'Hit.., ! ' "-ISZJ Geo. K. Reed. Prop. TELLER WANT ADS BUMS RESETS I WHOLESALE. Butter. Cascade—3 4 Vs c. Country—23c. . Butterfat—32 %c. Vegetables and Traits. Bananas—Per pound, 6V4«. Oranges—Per crate. $8.50. Lemons—Per case, $7,25. Cocoanuts—Per «rerser, 51. Green Onions—Per dosen. Sic. Dry Onions—Per 100 lbs., $2.25. Rhubarb—Pet pound, 4c. Radishes—Per dozen, 25c. Lettuce—Per pound, 7c. Cabbage—Per pound. 2c. Carots—Par dosen, S5c. Turnips—Per hundredweight, $1. Beans—Per pound, 4c. New Potatoes—Hundredweight, $L Peaches—Per box, 65® 75c. Apples—Per box, 7Sc®$1.25. Watermelons—Per dosen, $1.50. Cantaloupes—Per crate, $1.25. Grapes—Per crate, $1.00 @1.25. Pears—Box, $firstname.lastname@example.org. ^ Poultry. Hens—Per pound, 12c. Fries—15c. Eggs—Per dozen, 25c. j Livestock. Steers—Per pound, 3%c. Cows—Per pound, 2V4c. Lambs—Per pound, 5Vâc. Hogs—Per pound, 7c. Veal—Per pound, 7V£c. Forage. Timothy—Per ton, $18. Wheat— Per ton, $14. . , Alfalfa—Per ton, $14. ^ T j RETAIL. Flour. Princess—$1.35. Century—$1.25. Clearwater—$1.10. Bran—Per t®i, $16. Shorts—Per ton, $18. Mlllrun—Per ton, $17. Rolled Barley—Per ton, $2$. Rolled Wheat—Per ton, $25 Chicken Feed—Per sake, $1.75. Poultry and Produo*. Hens—Per pound, 17Vic. [. Fries—Per pound, 20c. .Eggs—Per daaen, 35c. £ Fresh Meat. Sirloin Steak—Per pound, 15c. J Bolling—Per pound, Ec@7e. Veal—8@18c. ! ; j j fi._ T-bone Steak—Per pound, lHUC# 20 c. Porterhouse Steak—Per, pound, 18e. Round Steak—Per pound, l&Vfce. Chuck Steak—Per pound, 8 c. Prime Rib Roast—Per pound, 1316« Mutton— 8 c® 17c. Mutton .Stew— ÛRer pound, AOe. Pork—Per pound, 12 * 74 c 016 c. Sausage—Per pound, 12V5C. Lard—Five pounds, 76c; 1$ pound«, «1.46. —Per pound, 18c. iPickled Pig«' Feet—Per pound, 10c. j Bacon—Per pound I8c®26a Hamburger Steak—Per pound, 10a > Wood and Coal. Dry Wood—Per coed. 16-inch. $8®9, delivered. » Cord Wood—$8.50, delivered. Slab Wood—$5.00. delivered. Lump Coal—Per ton, $8.50 to $1L Hides, Pelts and Wool. Buying prices are as fallows*. Pelts—Sheep, 65c. , v Full Wool Pelts—Per pound, 9c. Hides—Calf, green. 6c; dry, l«a 1 Steer—15c. ^ Bull and Stag—11c. ,, Coyote Skins—Each, 25075c. Badger—Each, 15c® 40c. Bear Skins—$1.6001040. Coon—25c®54c. Forage. Haulers are receiving the following price« for loose forage: Straw—Per load, $ 6 . Timothy—Pe r ton, $32. Alfajfa—Per ton, $16. ~ Wheat—Per ton, «15. Fruits and Nuts. Walnuts—Per pound, 20c®38a Almonds—Per pound, 35a Bananas—Per dozen, S 6 a Oranges—Per dozen, 30c, 40a Ik Date*—Per pound, 15c. Figs—Per pound, 10a Pineapples—Me. Apples—Per pound, 3o®Sa Dried Fruits. Peaches— Pii* pound, 30c. Prunes—Per pound, 10a , £ Currant»—Per pound, 15a I Orange Peel—Per pound, 15 c. Lemon Peel—Per pound, 40a Raisins—Per pound, 16a Dried Apricot»—Per pound, 30a CKron—Per pound. 40a 8 ugar. Fruit—Per hundredweight, 06.65. Beet—Per hundredweight, 30.45. Cane—Per hundredweight «0.80. Extra—Per hundredweight, $6.50. Retail prices of groceries are as fol lows: Butter—Cascade, 40c. Country—30c. Lettuce—Pef pound, 15c. Radishes—Three bunches, 10c. Green Onion*—Three bunches, 10a Rhubarb—Per pound. 6c. Tomatoes—per potfhd, 5c. Parsley—Per bunch, 5c. Onions—Per pound, 5c. Garllo—Per pound, 20a Cocoanuts—Each, 15a Honey—Per box, 20c. Lemons—Per dosen, 35c® 40c. Mincemeat—Per package, 15c. Cucumbers—3 for 5c. Hn Potatoes—Per pound. lV4c. Beans—Per gallon, 18c; pound, la Turnip»—Per pound. 8 a Cabbage-tPer pound, 4a Apple*—Per pound, Sc Pears—Per pound, 5c; per box, 75c. Peaches—Per pound, 5c; per box, 65c. Apricots—Per basket, 35c. Green Corn—Per dozen. 25c. Peach Plum—Per basket, 80c. Egg Plant—Each, 10c. Chinook Salmon—Per pound, 16c. Halibut—Per pound. 12V4C. Crabs—Each, 26 c. Codfish—Two Dounds, 25c. Fresh Herring—Per pound, 12V&C. Shad—Per pound, 15c. ♦ POLITICS AND POLITICIANS. ♦ It Is said that the friends of Gover- j nor Hoke Smith of Georgia are plan- j ning to send him to the United States j senate. Congressman Charles E. Townsend j of the Second Michigan district has j announced himself as a candidate for. United States senator, and it Is inti-j mated that he will oppose Senator: Julius C. Burrows if Mr. Burrows be- ' comes a candidate to succeed himself. I Senator Jonathan Bourne, who is one of the most ardent "third-term ers," aspires to the honor of heading the Oregon delegation to the next na- j tional republican convention, and he hopes thus to win the distinction of re- j nominating Roosevelt fot president. ; - Congressman Walter I. Smith of the < Ninth district-of Iowa says he Is not 1 a candidate for the United (States senate, and will not under any clrcum stances be a candidate to succeed Sen ator Allison. Roswell B. Burchard Is said to stand the best chance of obtaining the re publican nomination for governor of Rhode Island at the convention next month. Fenner Governor Utter Is still spoken favorably of in some quarters, but Mt. "Btrrchard, who was speaker of the last house of representatives. Is conceded to have the Inside track. Senator William B. Allison of Iowa, who has announced his candidacy for another term, has been continuously In the senate since 1872, and with the end of his present term in 1909 he will have served In the upper chamber of congress a total of six full terms or 36 years. He had previously served eight years in the house, making 44 years of continuous representation of Iowa at Washington. Hie record of unbroken service in the senate Is un paralleled. - FLASHES FROM THE WIRE. - Xiawrenee, Kan.—-The body of Lucius H. Perkin*, the Lawrence lawyer who died June 1, after a fall from the roof of his house, was exhumed here yes terOay by order of the United States circuit court and the stomach will be examined for traces of poison. Per kins held a $100.000 life insurance pol icy aiMl the company refuses payment on the ground that he was a suicide. Washington.—The national Öaptist convention, colored, after a stormy ses sion yesterday passed resolution* cen suring President Roosevelt and jjraise tag Senator Foraker for the develop* ments in the Brownsville affair. Columbus, Ohio.—Mrs. Cassle Chad wick, of financial disrepute, nowAerv ing a term of ten years In th^ \>enl tentlary for swindling, was stricken blind yesterday and is In a state of genera] collapse. It is thought that she will never live to serve out her term. Norfolk, Va. —The king's cup in the International yacht races at the Jamestown exposition was won yester day afternoon by the yacht Manhas sett, owned by Clarence Robins, of the Manhassett Yacht club of New York. The yacht Eleanor, owned by F. W. Fabyan, of the Eastern Yacht club. New York, was second. Butte.—The action of the Amalga mated company In closing down work at its properties has resulted in throw ing 3,000 men out of employment. Other companies have followed the lead of the Amalgamated, and Butte fears that there will be great hardship In the mining section If the action is permanent. The depressed condition of the copper market Is the alleged reason for the shut down. St. Paul, Minn.—A general strike of the boiler makers on Western roads has been ordered and It Is expected that In a few days all the shops on these roads will be tied up. The strike follows a refusal to accede to a de mand for 45 cents an hour east of the Mississippi river and 47H cents an hour west of the Mississippi. San Francisco.—Four surgeon of the marine hospital service have been or dered to the assistance of Dr. Ruperf Blue, who has been placed by the fed eral authorities, at the request of the mayor, in charge of the bubonic plague situation in San Francisco. The situa tion is such that drastic measures must be taken. Tr • the Teller Want Ada f □PPRIGE CREAM s BAKING POWD 1ER j j j j j ' I ^^^Uiapilllllllllllllllllllilllllllllillllllllllllll«l!!lllli!tlllll| A Pure, Wholesome, Reliable Cream of Tartar Baking Powder The cream of tartar used in Dr. Price's Baking Powder is derived from grapes in the exact form and composi* —— ■ tion in which it occurs in that luscious, healthful fruit Improves the Flavor and Adds To the Healthtulness of the Food Its Use a Protection and a Guarantee Against Alum Food "" — « ..... FROM THE COUNTY RECORDS (Commercial Trust Co.) A. T. McCarty to Wm. Bollinger, lot j 7 > Fairview add., $350. ; Same to same, undv. 1-2 int. lot 11, blk 18, Lewiston, $1,500. < James B. McGrane to same, part lots 1 4 and 5, block 2, south part lot 5 of i Acres; undv. 1-2 int. lot 1, Holcomb's j subdv. lot 3, sec. 1-35-6 w, lot 2 and j part lot 3, block 15, McGrane's add. and lots 10 and 11, block 2, Poos tract, $13,000. M. A. Cad well to Elizabeth White (QCD) William Craig's donation claim In secs. 17, 19, 20 and 30, tp. 35-3 w and sec. 24-35-4 w, $1 Mayzle P. Stewart to M. H. Watson, lot 18, sec. 27-35-4 w, $1,200. Alice M. Blakeman to Clearwater Timber Co., e 1-2 sw, s 1-2 se, sec. 11 38-6 e. $3,500. Jacob Blakeman to same, s 1-2 se 14; n 1-2 ne 23-38-5 e, $4,200. Elizabeth White to same, s 1-2 sw, se 1-2 se 15-39-3 e, 31,600. Same to same, s 1-2 nw, n 1-2 sw 15-39-3 e, $1,200. Margaret A. Goldsmith to same, s 1-2 sw 24; n 1-2 nw 25-38-5 e, $3,000. William J. White to same, e 1-2 se se ne 19; nw sw, s 1-2 sw, ne sw, nw se 20-36-5 e. J. W. KUlinger to same, sw se 18; n -2 ne 19; nw nw 20-37-6 e, $3,500. Frank M. Stallard to same, w 1-2 nw 24; e 1-2 ne 23-37-4 e. *825. Final Receipt. U. S. to Emma B. Curtis, s 1-2 ne, n 1-2 se 5-36-4 e $400. Patent*. U. S. to Bert E. Farley, w 1-2 sw 28; n 1-2 nw 33-32-3 w. INSURANCE MEN MEET. National Organization That Hopes to Effect Large Results. RICHMOND Va., Sept. 17.—The thirty-eighth annual convention of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, which assembled here today for a three-days' session, marks an epoch In the history of insurance In America. It has brought together sev eral hundred of the foremost repre sentatives of life, fire and accident companies and of fraternal societies. Addresses on all the main features of insurance will be delivered by men j who stand at the head of the Insurance j world. In addition to the annual ad dress by President Adams of New Hampshire, President Kingsley of the! New York Life will speak on "The ' Future of Life Insurance;" F. L. Hoff- ! man, statistician of the Prudential, on J "Government Regulation of Insurance] In Germany;" Mlles M. Dawson on! "The Functions of Actuaries in State Supervision;" "S. H. Wolfe on "Fidell will review the life insurance legisla tion enacted in the various states 1 w'thin the past two years, and George A. Bangs of North Dakota will speak on fraternal insurance. A number of Important committee reports will also be presented to the ^.convention. MINNESOTA W. C. T. U. Thirty-first Annual Session to Hold a Three- Days'. Conventi on. N ORTHFIELD, Minn., Sept. 17.— Several hundred women wearing white ribbons emblematic of the cause they advocate, gathered here today from all over the state of Minnesota to attend the thirty-first annual convention of the Minnesota Woman's Christian Temperançe Union. The session« which will be held In the Congrega tional church, will be public and will continue for three days. This afternoon there was a meeting of the executive committee to prepare reports and arrange the final details of the. convention program. A welcome banquet and reception are to be held .bis evening, and the regular order of usiness will be taken up tomorrow ornlng. Among the prominent speakers who will be heard Is Mrs. Katherine Lent Stevenson of Massachusetts. /ns t fin» , 'here Is Doth Ins to equal KIRK'S '«•»nsparent soep for WASHING -Hi, i-f 1R, Ad druggist. i.uùgroceta mjU tu Eagle island, eight miles long an# one and one-half miles wide, forma# by a division of the Boise river, coo tains seven farms, one of which Is that of T. C. Catlin, which comprises 66* acres. Clarkston=Lewiston BUS and CAB UNE Trunk« and Baggage Transferred. SCHEDULE. Daily Except Sunday. Leave Clarkston: 7 a. «n., 8:16 a m., 10 a. m., 1:10 p. m., 2:40 p. m., 4:68 p. m. Leave Lewiston. 7:30 a. m., 9 a. m. 10:45 a. m., 1:60 p. m., 3:25 p. m., 5:8* p. m. Sunday. Leave Clarkston: 7 a. m., ];S0 p. a. Leave Lewiston; 7:30 a. m., 3:38 p. m. Will meet all night trains and boat* on special calls. Leaves Clarkston from Ramsey Ho tel. Leaves Lewiston from Bollinger Hotel. Leave all orders at the Ramsey Ho tel, Sycamore Street. Phone Main 1CA H. E. BUNDY, Proprietor. Lewiston Abstract Co. « BONDED AB 8 TRACTER 8 , Lewiston, Idaho. Room 3 Vollmer Blk. Phons Blaok 171 Diarrhoea Whrn you war*, n quick cure without any loss of lime, a-vl » ,ie tba\ u .owe # 1 by no bad results., - .. Char/ '-la« Vi <! Colic, C.' :iora ond Diarrhoea Remedy It never fails and is pleasant to tok* His equally valuable for children. It fc famous for its c :res jver a large part • the civilized worij. The Star Theatre 204 Main Street Show 7:30 to 10 Matinee Saturdays 3:30 to 5 Entire Chang* of Program Mondays and Thursdays. MOVING PICTURES. "Te Stolen Spectacles." "The Pony Express." ILLUSTRATED 80NG. "In the Wildwood Whire the Bluebells Grew." Pianist Miss Alta Lotzenhiser Singer Mr. Le Grande Flint Pollard & Co. CLOTHES CLEANERS. Wild«nthal«r Blk, Main 8 t Phon« Red 111 The Mint BAKER ff SMITH. PROPRIETOR«. Choice Liquor« wine« brandi«« and cigars. A Clark Building, Mate Strate. '