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Its a safe investment New Silkolines A beautiful assortment" of new patterns in the celebrated "Gobelin" Silkolines. These are the highest grade in the market and the patterns are exceptionally fine, cloths highly calendared, full 36 inch. Price per yard 15c Kimona Flannelettes We have Just opened a nice assortment of fancy fleeced Kimona Cloths, 36-inch, in floral, conventional and Persian effects, principally Arnold goods, which are the finest made. Price per yard 15c Dress Goods Section Is showing a very superior number in r,4-inch Chiffon Broadcloth in all the new shades, Burgundy, Résida, Onion, Brown Neode Tan as well as all the staples, such as Red, Green, Navy, Black, White knd Cream. Full 54 inch, per yard $2.50 Men 9 s Furnishings We are showing some exceptional styles and values in Men's Neckwear, in Four-in-Hand, Club and Bow styles. The new solid pastel shades of Barathea Silk ar e extremely stylish and may be found here in endles variety. Prices 25c to $1.50 Underwear The entire fall and winter assortment is ready and includes such high-class brands as the "Vassor," the "Munsing," the "Belfast . esh, the ' Way, ' the "American Hosiery Co.," the "Forest Mills," in union or two-piece suits, covering every grade from $1.00 to $7.00 per suit Riding Skirts The women s suit section is showing a choice assortment of di vided Skirts in Khaki, Covert, Cravenette and Scotch Worsteds. A full run of sizes In each separate material. Prices ranging from $6.00 to $15.00 The Biggest In Idaho Week of Fun, Relaxation, Education and Jubilee THE EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION . Interstate Fair Oct. 7. 8, 9, 10,11,12 Pageant of Progress OPENING DAY Street Carnival Every Night Fruits, Flowers, Grasses, Grains, LiveStock, Machinery, Timber, Bees, Honey, Poultry, Pigeons, Dogs Six Days of Racing PREPARATION FOR FAIR DISPLAY Clarkston Contributions Coining Freely Products Being Saved Clarkston Bureau Evening Teller. CLARKSTON, Sept. 18.—The com mittee appointed to solicit contribu tions for the fair completed their la bors late last night. In their canvass the committee found the business men liberal in their contributions and suc ceeded in raising about double the amount ever realized before. The fruit growers and gardeners are all busy selecting specimens of fruits and vegetables for exhibition and many of the ladles are preparing fine displays of their work in the way of preserves and canned fruits and other delicacies. Nez Perce will have to do some hust ling if she expects to make a good second. Asotin county does not en tertain the idea of allowing her a pince in the first class but admits that with good effort she may make a good second to Asotin. The exhibit of |fuits will be con siderable larger than that of last year and will cover a wider range. The showing in grains and grasses will also he increased, and the vegetable department will surpass anything heretofore shown. Clarkston News Notes. • Greenville Holbrook will leave to morrow for Walla Walla, Wash., for a short business trip. Mrs. Allen E. Ransom leaves tomor row' for Seattle, where she will reside in the future. Miss Bessie Hooper, who has been visiting her brother, R. B. Hooper, on Fourth street, has gone to Cottonwood to visit friends. F. E. Brown has returned from the Peola country, where he spent a few days looking after business matters in the real estate line. The Woodmen of the World will meet this evening in Bradford's hall. Charles Riggle, of Kendrick, is in the city looking up a market for his apple crop. Mr. Riggle will have about 1,500 boxes of choice apples for sale this j year. j Dallas McCarrol, Harry Crouch and Reuben Doege left this morning for ; Salem, Ore., to attend college, j W. J. Hays, father of W. W. Hays, j has returned home from a visit to ! Kamiah. | I : I J I ! ! $1.50 $1.50 Another bunch of Women's and Misses Shoes at bargain Prices ■ When we offer you Bargains you know you get Bargains. Now we offer you another lot at $1.50 Pair Former prices $2.50 to $5. Sizes 2 1-2 to 7 1.2. Another lot at $1.00 per pair. Better come today and get your pick of the lot. They wont last long. Good school shoes for girls among them. > We don't have much to say. The prices speak for themselves. See them in our window. HASTINGS, The Shoeman James Clairbourne returned this morning from Oroflno, where he went on business. Mrs. O. R. Langdon, who has been visiting her daughter on Chestnut street, left this morning for Pullman, Wash. The football team has purchase their new uniforms from W. W. Hays. The uniforms will consist of Khaki pants and stockings of scarlet and black. Scarlet and black are the colors of the team. The boys are now practicing regularly. They are doing effective work and may be expected to put up a good strong game when the time comes for them to appear. Mr. A. Wimpey, Miss Francis An derson, Charles Cox and Miss Ethel Wimpey, all of Nez Perce, arrived yes | ti rday and are visiting their uncle, I W. D. Anderson. They are relatives of : Benton Anderson, who was killed by I being thrown from his wagon while J making a trip to Sweetwater with a I load of grain. ! Olive Anderson, a brother of Benton Anderson, killed on Monday, and wife ! arrived from Tekoa, Wash., and are at j the home of W. D. Anderson, j Mrs. M. E. Gregg and her daughter, I Stella, have moved to Lewiston, where j they will make their home in the fu ture. j W. E. Potter came up frem Alpowa today. Mr. Potter has been harvesting. I He says the rains have interfered with j the work considerably. : The Libby park is being improved in j appearance. Men are at work cutting the weeds and grass and cleaning the I grounds generally. Mrs. D. H. Ransom will give a stag ' dinner this evening in honor of her : brother, P. C. McVicar, who is visiting her from Chicago. The guests will be Messrs. Vollmer, Denhart, Sharpe, Me Neary, Watson, Wynrlck and Ransom. The cannery is running full timj, employing about 25 persons. Pears is the principal fruit being put up at present and a good run is expected. The enrollment at the Clarkston High school has now reached 95. P. C. McVicar, of Chicago, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Dr. Ransom. Mr. Mc Vicar will remain a week when he will return East. Dr. Ransom and wife enterta ned at their home at dinner Dr. and Mrs. Johnson and Dr. and Mrs. Temple. The I dinner was in honor of Dr. Temple, who will leave shortly for Pendleton, where he will be associated with Dr. C. J. Smith in the practice of medicine. Another St. Patrick. A small prairie rattlesnake measur ing about two feet was killed this morning by L. F. Williams at the cor ner of Third street and Tenth avenue. The reptile was discovered by school children who heard the rattle as they were enroute to school. Mr. 'Williams secured a stick and noon dispatched the snake, which had j seven rattles and a button. The body of Benton Anderson was shipped this afternoon to Greer, from which point it will be conveyed to Nez Perce, where the funeral will probably be conducted tomorrow. ♦ PERSONALS. * F. Z. Taylor is a visitor in the city .from Whitebird. A. V. McCarty was an arrival this morning from the Clearwater country. Cash Cole returned this morning from a hunting trip to the reserva tion. J. N. Jolly, of the Clearwater Fuel company, returned this morning from a business visit to the Clearwater country. Mr. A. D. Perry, a former resident of Lewiston, but now of Tammany, is visiting In the city. Mr. A. J. Showalter, of the Pring Parson Co., leaves today for a business trip to St. Joe and the Coeur d'Alene country. B. F. Lynch, of Minto, N. D., is in the city. Mr. Lynch will visit the sur rounding country to learn something of its possibilities. A. S. Barnes, manager of Eilers Piano house of this city, left on the morning train for Moscow and Colfax to transact business for his house. P. R. Bevis left this afternoon for a business visit to the Clearwater coun try. County Attorney Daniel Needham left this afternoon for a business visit to Oroflno. Dr. S. A. Roe returned this afternoon to his home at Greer. J. G. Wright is a visitor today from Craig mountain. Captain W. S. Swain, head of the Thiel detective agency in the north west, is a business visitor In the city. John H. Evans is In the city today from his fruit farm on the lower river. Waite for Miss Kennedy's opening. Chant Music Co. Will sell the balance of their sewing machine stock at greatly reduced prices, for the next week, to close them out, as we need the room for pianos now enroute. Com in and get bargains. A. D. WHITSON, Manager. 618 Main St. Porter Block The Riverside Barn Phone Main 183. First-class Rigs, Single and Double. J. H. BREMER & SON, Proprietors. Prompt Attention Assured All Patrone. Horses Boarded. Skating Rink Open Nightly And Saturday Afternoons Floor in Excellent Condition Skates Thoroughly Renovated Music by the Orchestrion Admission 10c. Skates 25c. COME and Spend an Enjoyable Ev< ■MMPHfli September 23 and 2*. WOOD PRICES SOAR HIGH. TFie Consumer Pays the Freight and Then Some Profit. Farmers in the upper Clearwater country are reaping the harvest from the fuel situation by asking $6.50 for wood delivered to the railroad. This la the condition reported by J. N. Jolly, of the Clearwater Fuel company, who returned this morning from the Clear water country, where he has purchased a large quantity of wood. Mr. Jolly reports that there are large quantities of wood In all sections of the Clearwater valley, but that the woodsmen seem to have perfected a veritable trust and the same prices prevail in all sections of the country. Some of the wood has been cut near the shipping points while other wood Is hauled for a distance of ten miles, but the price for all Is the same. Wait for Miss Kennedy's opening, September 23 and 24.