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GRAND OPENING OF
Fall and Winter Millinery SEPTEMBER 23 AND 24 SSRÄVb. On those dates we will be » *n a position to show you a radiant display of smartly trimmed hats for the season now upon us and the one to come a little later. Dame Fashion has bequeathed us something decidedly different in the Autumn styles, and you are invited to come and inspect to your heart's con« tent. The cuts in this ad I will give you an idea of the style, shapes and trimmings to be used this season. Dont Forget the Date, Sept. 23 and 24 Kennedy Millinery Parlors BINNARD BLOCK m 'll , * •/ In l *m 1 tv i "V I 1907, 4, W* «realm « C* CAuaj'» œ é WL ÿ v ; Ipv, b Vo. A Manicuring Department newly installed. MAIN STREET fire t pots guaranteed for We Are Closing Out Our Complete Line of Art Laurel Stoves and Ranges at 20 Per Cent Twentieth Century Art Laurel Range, with reservoir (as per cut), $75; re duced to ............................. Twentieth Century Art Laurel Range, without reservoir, $55; reduced to.. 8upreme Art Laurel Range, $54.25; reduced to ........................... Special Art Laurel Rang% $42.50; reduced to ........................... Comfort Art Laurel Range, reduced to ................... 750 ; Diamond Art Laurel Range, $18.75; reduced to ........................... Twentieth Century Art Laurel Heater, $42.50; reduced to ................... Wood Art Laurel Heater, $17.50; reduced to ........................... No. 14 Hot Blast Laurel Heater, $14.50; reduced to ........................... No. 12 Hot Blast Laurel Heater, $10.00; reduced to ........................... 160.00 $ 02.00 $ 43.40 $ 34.00 $ 30.00 $ 10.00 $ 34.00 $ 14.00 $ 11.60 $ 8.00 Z o l d c z o PI o o r o 50 These prices include one joint of russian iron pipe, one coal scuttle and shovel. .Stove delivered and set up. See our east window for display Lewiston Furniture Co. PERSONAL8. Mining Engineer Frank T. Barnard left this morning for a business visit to Spokane. E. H. Libby returned this morning from a business visit to Spokane. Dr. F. L. Hlnkley returned this morning from a professional visit to Arow Junction. James Armstrong was a Lewiston visitor today from Jullaetta. Q. A. Heldlnger, northwest manager for Eller's piano bouse, was an arrival in the city this morning. Frank Proehl left this morning for Seattle, after an extended visit with relatives in the city. Tom Stevenson left this morning for a business visit to Spokane. F. A. Wellman and wife returned to day from Oroflno. J. W. Blake was a visitor today from Oroflno. Seth Gifford was q Lewiston visitor today from Gifford. Miss Lulu Murphy, who has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Hen derson, will leave In the morning for Montana, from which point she will go to San Diego. L. R. Alderson returned today from a business visit to the Clearwater country. BOOK PRICES IN DI8PUTE. (Continued fro« Page One.) The same character of contract Is said to be held with all of the book companies, and the same discrepancy In prices occurs with all bocks han dled. For Instance, one of the books that has been retailed at $1.76 Is scheduled In the contract with the publishers to be sold for $1.22 cents, and the mailing price from Chicago, $1.86. The question was brought to the at tention of President G. H. Black of the ; Lewiston Normal school, and who Is a member of the state textbook commis sion. In speaking of the discrepancy I In prices, Mr. Black said: 1 "All we can say at present is that the Intent of the law, so far as obtain ing books at the cheaper price named In the contract Is concerned, Is not ac tually being realised, and since this means thousands of dollars to the peo ple of Idaho, If the same conditions hold àt other depositary points. It is ; our duty as a textbook commission to j i see tliat the book companies deliver ( books at the depositaries at prices I stipulated in the bids. I am speaking, of course, only from conditions exist ing here. If the textbook companies have issued instructions which do not conform to the Intent of the law, the i error will be corrected." I _ Wanted—Boy to fire boiler. Call early Monday morning at LeClalre laundry. 8-24 Great Twin Falls Canal System. Idaho. 150,000 ACRE8 CAREY ACT LAND To Be Opened fer Entry October 1st,' 1907—$3550 per Acre. $3.26 per acre in casb Is paid at tbe time of filing, the balance Is divided Into annual payments covering a per iod of 10 years with 6 per cent Interest on deferred payments. Under tbe Carey act -people who have used all their government rights to take up land can still acquire 160 acres of Carey act land. Filings may be made by power of attorney wben parties Intending to file cannot possi bly come. Tbe entire Twin Falls tract em braces 420,000 acres. The opening October 1st Is the last tract to be sold under the gravity system. There are three new" towns in this opening, Milner, Jerome and Wendell. Reduced Fares £ A « o * o -o Vti WASHINGTON STATE FAIR •' North Yakima, Wash., Sept. 23d to 28th, Inclusive. Special fares from all points in Washington ana from Spokane and Palouse branch line stations. SPOKANE INTER-STATE FAIR Spokane, Wash., Sept. 23d to Oct. 5th, Inclusive. Special fares from all points, North Yakima to Hop and Wallace, Idaho, main and branch lines. LEWISTON-C INTER-ST TON E FAIR Lewiston, Idaho, October 7th to 12th, Inclusive. Special fares from all points, Spokane to Stites a Lewiston, main and branch lines. Northern Pacific Railway PATRONfZE YOUR FARES. Surveys for an electric railroad reach ing all the towns have been made, and active construction from Milner and Jerome commenced August 1, 1907. The contract from Jerome to Wendell will be let later In the season. Special rates will be given on the 0. S. L. railroad, also the O. R. & N., to reach Jeroftie, where the opening takes place October 1st. Take O. S. L. rail road to Shoshone or Twin Falls, where stages make frequent trips to Jerome. For full information, circulars and printed matter, address R. M. McCOLLUM, Secretary Twin Falls North Side In vestment Co., Limited, Milner, Idaho. FRED R. REED, Land Commissioner. Feel languid, weak, run-down? Headache. Stomach "off?"—Just a plain case ef lasy liver. Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stomach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood.