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Many posit»®*** **ave **een secursd, scores of rooms rented, a great number ef
tales made by the use of a want ad. It is an inexpensive form of adver
tising, but brings bountiful results.
IT PA YS
TO USE THESE COLUMNS
HELP WANTED.
GIRL WANT»»—Wanted a girl tor
pantry work. Good wages, steady!
employment. Call up Red 921. |
WANTED —Woman to'r general !
housework. Apply at Lewiston
laundry. !
WANTED—Office girl, mangle hands
and ironers at the Lewiston laundry.
WANTED—For U. S. Army. Able
bodied unmarried men, between
ages of 21 and 35, citizens of the
United States, of good character!
and temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For
Information apply to recruiting
officer, 300 Main street, Lewiston,
Idaho.
ATTORNEYS.
H. G. REDWINE—General law prac
tice in state and federal courts.
Rooms 6, 7 and 8 Bee Hive block,
Lewiston. Phone, Main 109.
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ANDERSON & ELLIOTT, Attorneys |
at Law, No. 317, corner Fourth
and D. streets, ground floor, Means
block. Phone, Black 51. Lewis
ton, Idaho.
GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, LAW
YER—Practices In all state and
federal courts of Idaho and Wash
ington. Rooms 5, 6, 7, New Por-1
ter block. Phone, Main 227.
AT
F. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY
LAW—Rooms 398-309 Weisgerber
building.
JOHNSON & STOOKEY, LAWYERS
—Rooms 317-318 Welsgerber
block.
JAMES E. BABB, ATTORNEY AT
LAW—Practices In state and fed
eral courts of Idaho and Washing
ton.
ARCHITECTS.
H. N. BLACKS Architect. Office Bee
Hive block.
J. E. TOURTELLOTTE & CO.. AR
CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent & But
ler.
BOARDERS WANTED.
'WANTED—Boarders by the day or
week at 403 Second avenue and
Fourth street.
CHIROPRACTIC.
iDR. J. B. GABLE—CHIROPRAC
tor. Acute and chronic diseases
cured without drugs or knife. Spe
cialist on nervous and female dis
eases. Rooms 1 and 2, New Por
ter Block. Phone, Black 751.
CONTRACTORS.
iH. T. MADOGW1CK, CONTRACTOR
and Builder, Lewiston, Idaho.
Phone, Main 26fc
DENTISTS.
I DR. BOSTON—Dentist Roomie 20,
Adams Block. Phone, Main 254.
EYE SPECIALIST.
J R. CLAIBORNE, Optician. Eyes
properly fitted to glasses. Satis
faction guaranteed. Call at George
Lake's jewelry store.
FOR SALE.
STOVES FOR SALE—Gas range, gas
water heater, heating stove and
Ice box. Call North street (be-!
tween First avenue and Prospect,
avenue), near Fourth street. F.j
D. Warner. tf
FOR SALE—Four-year-old mare,
weight aboue 1090 pounds. Cheap.
Phone Blank 992.
AN EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
situated on Normal Hill- Lot 100
by 150 fest. Inquire at 624 Main,
street.
FOR SALE—Four horses, harness
and four delivery wagons, at the
LeClare laundry. Phone Red 842.
FOR SALE—A 5-horsepower water
Motor. Cheap. Apply at Teller
office.
FOR RENT"
FOR ReNT—A' good barnwlthflve
stalls and carriage room. Apply
at Teller office or at 321 corner of
Idaho and Thirteenth etreets.
FORERENT CHEAP—Store and liv :
Ing rooms adjoining meat market.
East Main street. Also three fur
nished or'unfurnished rooms. By
Brlnton, opposite Temple theater.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. HINKLEY—Physician add Sur
geon. Rooms 201-203-205 New
Salsberg block. Office phone, Red
- 181; realdenCe phone ' Red 182 '
MORRIS—Physician and Sur
! geon. Room 205 Welsgerber
block. Phone, Red 651.
DR. HURLBBUT—Physician and
Surgeon. Rooms 3, 4, 5 Thlessen
block. Phone, Red 661.
DR. C . K . HENKLE —Office hours 10
to 12 a. m 2 to 5
a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Office
night phone, black 811, Lewiston,
Idaho.
DR. L. F. fNMAN—Specialist nerv
ous diseases, female diseases and
obstetrics given special attention.
All calls promptly attended. Office
Porter building. Phone, Main 96.
In
house MOVING.
HOUSE MOVING AND RAISING and
foundation work. Schmidt &
| Blume, corner Third and C streets,
Phone Red 1922. tf
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KARL
F. VALK—House moving and
raising. 97 Snake River avenue,
Lewiston, Idaho.
MUSICAL DIRECTOR.
BAUMGAERTEL — Musical
director and teacher. Music fur
nished for all occasions. Room 4,
Hotel Assemblée. Phone, Main 28.
SECRET SOCIETIES.
LEWISTON LODGE OF ELKS NO.
896—Meets every first and third
Thursday of each month at the
Elks' Temple. Charles W. Mount,
exalted ruler; C. V. Smith, Sec.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS—Excelsior
Lodge No. 2, K. of P., meets every
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting knights always welcome.
E. A. Meyers, C. C.; Henry Fair,
K. of R. and S.
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LEWISTON FUEL & TRANSFER
CO., LTD.
Main Street at Tenth Street.
Phone Main 178.
Patronize Home Industry
and Drink
Weisgerber Beer
Special Brew
"TOTS NICHT"
Bottle Beer.
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LEWISTON DRAY
COMPANY
STORAGE.
Office at Blue Front, Main St.
Office Phone Main 3.
Chamberlain's
Cough
Remedy
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Contest Notice.
Department of the Interior, United
SUtes Land Office, Lewiston, Ida
ho, October 26, 1907.
A sufficient contest affidavit hav
ing been Hied in this office by
Charles C. Phillips, contestant,
against Thomas H. Davis, entry No. |
10018, made July 6, 1903, for N Vi
NW V4, N Vi NE Vs section 13,
township 38, N., range 1 E., B. M.,
by Thomas H. Davis, contestée, in
which it is alleged that said Thomas
H. Davis has wholiy abandoned, said
tract and changed his residence
therefrom for more than six months
next preceding the date hereof, and
that said tract is not settled upon
or cultivated by said party as requir- (
ed by law or at all and that contes- j
tant is i-nformed and belie\es that
said entrynmn never established a -
residence thereupon. |
Said parties are hereby notified to (
appear, respond and offer evidence,
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. in. on December 6, 1907, before
register and receiver at the United |
States land office in Lewiston, Idaho |
'1 he said contestant having, la a
proper affidavit, filed October 26,1
1907, set forth facts which show
that after due diligence personal
service of this notice can ,not be!
made, it Is hereby ordered and dl-||,
reefed that such notice be given by
due and proper publication. j
T. H. BARTLETT. Register,
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Notice for Publication. i
Department of the Interior, Land Of-j
flee at Lewiston, Idaho, October
10, 1907. I
Notice is hereby given that Ralph |
E. Bell of Forest, Idaho, has filed no- j
tice of his intention to make final i
commutation proof in support of his
claim, viz.; Homestead Entry No. I
10616, made April 12, 1904, for the
E Va NW M and W M NE %
tion 20, township 32 N., range 3 W.,
B. M., and that said proof will be
made before the register and receiv
er at Lewiston, Idaho, on November
23, 1907.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, the land,
viz.;
Robert B. Bell, John P. Johnson,
Mallory Farley, Frank Aytch, all of
Forest, Idaho.
T. H. BARTLETT. Register.
. Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Lewiston, Idaho, November
6, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that Ralph
L. McCracken of Woodside, Idaho,
has filed notice of his intention to
make final five-year proof in support i
of his claim, viz.; Homestead Entry j
No. 8851, made January 20, 1902, !
for the lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 20 and ;
21, section 17, township 33 N. range j
2 W., B. M., and that said proof will :
be made before register and receiver
at Lewiston, Idaho, on December 26,
1907.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, the land,
viz.:
George McMUlen, George Hunder
man, Theodore Hartman, John Mil
ler, all of Woodside, Idaho.
T. H. BARTLETT, Register.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Lewiston, Idaho, November
6, 1807.
Notice is hereby given that Theo
dore Hartman of Woodside, Idaho,
has filed notice of his Intention to
make final five-year proof in support
of his claim, viz.; Homestead Entry
No. 9434, made October 17, 1902,
for the lots 1, 16, 17 and 18, section
30, township 33 N. range 2 W., B.
M., and that said proof will be made
before register and receiver at Lew
iston, Idaho, on December 26. 1907.
He names the following witnesses j
to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, the land,
viz.;
George McMillen, George Hunder
man, John Miller, RaHph L Mc
Cracken, all of Woodside, Idaho.
T. H. BARTLETT. Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Laud. Act June 3. 1878.
United States Land Office, Lewiston
Idaho, November 4, 1907.
Notice Is hereby given that in !
compliance with the provisions of
the act of Congress of June 3, 1878
entitled "An act for the sale of tim
ber lands ln the States of California,
Oregon, Nevada, and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the i
Public Land States by act of August j
4, 1892. Anna Mounce, of Lewiston, j
county of Nez Perce, state of Idaho. ;
has this day Wed In this office her j
sworn statement No. 3260, for
purchase of the NE 1-4 NE 1-4.
19. E 1-2 SE 1-4, and SE 1-4 NE
1-4, of Section No. 3, in Township
No. 32 N, Range No. 4 W.. B. M..
and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before Register and Re
ceiver. at Lewiston, Idaho, on Wed
nesday, the 15th day of January.
1908.
She names as witnesses: George
B. Clark, of Lewiston, Idaho; Henry
B. Benton. Guy Mounce. Isaac Des
"hamp, all of Forest. Idaho. ,
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
cenuested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 15th day of
January, 1908.
T. H. BARTLETT. Register.
AL KAUFFMAN VS
JACK SULLIVAN
EVEN MONEY ON THE PRINCI
PALS OF NEXT RING BATTLE
SCHEDULED FOR FRISCO FANS
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 2S.—It Is
said that the betting market always
giveg tfae best iudicatioll u£ the lu .
tereat uken iu a y^zetight. Wheu
oue ju an j s a strong favorite over the
other it goes without saying that the
tch is an UQequal one , and as a
ru£e public takes uo particular
stock in the eveut . Arguing from
tUU viewpoint, it must be that au
uffair ln whlc h eve u betting is the
ru ] e is the kind of a Queensberry
f unct i on that appeals to most of the
follo wers of ttle fistic game .
rarely, indeed, that two pugi
u s ts sell even at the beginning of
betting season. A1 Kaufman
atl(] j ack (Twin) Sullivan, enjoy
t bis distinction. Discussions have
een ( n progress for several days as
£o which of the pair was better en
titled to be Installed first choice.
gentiment in the matter was so
equally divided that when wagering
began today, it was a case of "even
money and take your pick.''
Tom Corbett had a little fund of
I Kaufman money that was entrusted
| to him to be placed to the best ad
j vantage. It was readily eaten up
i by small bettors who fancied the
Sullivan end, and they did not ask
I for favors In the matter of odds.
Whether the heavyweights will con
Bec-jtinue to sell even, remains to be
seen. For each man you find who
thinks that Kaufman will become
favorite, there is another who Is of
the opposite opinion.
In natural advantages, Kaufman
quite lays over Sullivan. He is sev
eral Inches taller, thirty pounds
heavier and strikes a much harder
blow. It is believed, ln fact, that
the young blacksmith Is without ex
ception the hardest hitter in the
heavyweight ranks today.
The men who study the form of
the fighter, believe that Sullivan's
experience and trickiness offset any
thing that Kaufman has.
Sullivan's Showing Against Squires.
Jack, the Twin, made friends here
by his grand showing against Bill
Squires of Australia. He accepted a
deal of punishment ln the early
rounds of the bout, but weathered
j the storm, and when the man from
! Kangarooland was fading to a whis
; per, Sullivan, though bumped and
j bruised, was as fresh as a daisy.
: This was shown ln the punishment
Inflicted upon Squires towards the
latter end of the bout.
Kaufman is due from Harbin
Springs tomorrow. According to all
accounts he has trained for speed
while In the mountains, and has be
come as nimble as a lightweight.
It looks as though the Abe Attell
Owen Moran contest will hang fire
for a while. Moran has been ad
vised to engage In a few minor
bouts before tackling Attell for the
championship, and for that matter
Attell himself has made no warlike
demonstration towards the English
man so far.
It is reported that McCreary, the
Los Angeles promoter, had an agent
on the ground when Moran and Neil
boxed, and that Moran was offered a
ten-round bout with Attell at Los
Angeles. If this afTalr Is put through
It wtll be under the new regulations
which obtain in the Southland. The
boys will wear pillows, and there
will be no decision; that Is, unless
there is a knockout, which of course
Moran hasn't decided what to do
in the matter.
j a speaks ,!°j
Squash Tournev.
TUXEDO PARK. N. Y„ Nox. 28.
( Play in the annual tournament
I for the squash championship of
I America began here today on the
j field of the Tuxedo Tfcnnis and
Racquet club.
The entry list Is larger than ex
| pected this year and the contest.
! which will last three days, promises
to be an exciting one.
An unusually heavy entry Is re
ported for the eighth annual squash
championship tournament, which
i begins at Tuxedo Park Thanksgiving
j day and will continue through the
j rest of the week. It will be held
; under the auspices of the Tuxedo
j Racquet and Tennis club, which or
theiiginated the tournament,
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America Benresented.
LONDON, Nov. 28—The Canadian
provinces, especially Nova Scotia,
are represented by magnificent dis
plays of various varieties of fruits
at the annual Royal Agricultural
show, which opened today.
Impure blood runs you down—
makes you an easy victim for organ
ic diseases. Burdock's Blood Bit
ters purifies the blood—cures the
cause—builds you up.
Yellow pine timber location, re
cently withdrawn from government
reserve, cruise 1% to 2 million.
Fee. $150. Address immediately,
(Washington Trust Co., J6 Washing
ton block, Portland, Ore.
GANS PICKS
MACFARLAND
HE REGRETS THAT HE
IS SURE WINNER.
HAD
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NOT HANDED DOWN HIS TITLE
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TO STOCK YARD S LAD WHO
CHICAGO. Nov. 28.—Joe Gana (
says that Packy MacFarland is the
legitimate lightweight champion of
the world. The colored boxer in
formed Harry Gilmore. MacFarland's
manager, that he had no desire to j
fight again and was through wlthjj
the gloves except ln exhibition con-j
tests. j
Gans regrets that he did not relin-jthe
quish his title in favor of the
yards lad and explains that he had
no idea what a great little fighter
the Irishman was when he handed i
the lightweight crown to Geo.,
Memsic. |
Gans says that he stands ready to j
bet $5,000 that MacFarland can
whip Nelson, and posted $500 today
to be forfeited If he does not make
good his assertion, provided Nelson
accepts the defl.
Speaking of his conference with
the Dane In Minneapolis last week,
the Baltimore scrapper said he was
willing to meet Nelson but would
not give In to him on the weight
question.
"I don't care about fighting any
more," he said. "This follow came
after me attempting to force me Into
a match. I can beat him and he
knows It, and, while it would not
give me any great credit to pound
him again, I was willing to aecom
modote him. I finally consented to
a match, but when he got down to
his old stipulation obout weighing
In, I refused as a matter of princfple.
Now, I will not agree to meet him
on any terms.
"I think this fellow MacFarland
is the best of the Ughtweights, and
to back up my Judgment I stand
ready to bet Nelson $5,000 that
Packy can beat him. MacFarland
Is the only one of these good boys
that can make 133 pounds ringside,
and T regret, very much that I re
linqulshed the title to Memsic, who
is too big for the class.
When asked what he would do if
Nelson should happen to beat Mac
Farland, Joe laughed and said there
was not much danger of that
"We are ready to negotiate with
Nelson this minute," said Harry
Gilmore, manager for MacFarland.
"I believe Nelson will make the
match. He has said repeatedly that
he did not care to fight because of
the close friendship that existed be
tween them, hut when It comes down
to dollars and cents Packy .will not
let his friendship for the Dane stand
ln the way. He says he and Nelson
are fighters ln the same division find
that as both have championship as
pirations, It Is essential that they
meet and decide the question of su
periority between them."
Cornell won the championship laBt
year, although Lloyd Jones of Penn
sylvania won the Individual honors
and set the cross country record at
35:28 3-5. Syracuse Is a contestant
for the first, time, but the addition
Is not expected to afTect the result,
unless some unusually good men
have been developed ln the New
York college.
Regulates the bowels, promotes
easy, natural movements, enres con
stipation—Doan's Rernlets. Ask
your druggist for thesn.
Neuralgia
Pains
Are the result of an
abnormal condition of
the more prominent nerve
branches, caused by con
gestion, irritation, or dis
ease. If you want to re
lieve the pain try Dr. Miles
Anti-Pain Pills. They
often relieve when every
thing else fails. They
leave no disagreeable
after-effects. Just a
E leasurable sense of re
ef. Try them.
*T have neuralgia headache rieht
•ver my eyes, and I am really afraid
that my eyes wlU burst. I also have
neuralgia pain around my heart. X
have been taking Dr. Miles' Anti
Pain Pills recently and find they re
lieve these troubles quickly. I seldom
find it necessary to take more than
two tablets for complete relief."
MRS. KATHBRINK BARTON
1117 Valley St, Carthage, Mo.
"I have awful spells of neuralgia
and have doctored a great deal with
out getting much benefit. For the
last two years I have been taking
Dr. Miles' A n ti-Pain Fills and they
always relieve me. I have been so
bad with neuralgia that I sometimes
thought I would go crazy. Sometimes
it is necessary to take two of them,
but never more and they are sure to
relieve me." MRS. FBRRIER,
2434 Lynn St., Lincoln. Neb.
Your druggist sells Or. Mites' Anti
Pain Pills, and we authorize him to
return the price of «ret package (only)
If it fails to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
THIELE FEARS
ASSASSINATORS
SPOKANE, Nov. 28.—It is report
ed here that an attempt was lagt
night made to assassinate S. C.
'Thiele, assistant superintendent Of
the pi n kerton detective agency tn
this city, at his rooms ln the Audi
torium building. Men have beta.
watching Thiele for some time. A
suspicious looking character warn
seen with a gun watching the room«
of Thiele for a long time last even
ing. When a call was sent to the
police station and officers approached
on the street the man vanished. It
g charged that the prominence of
Thiele ln the affairs of the Wester«
Federation of Miners Is the cause of
alleged attempt on his life.
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MURDERED WOMAN IDENTIFIED,
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Not the Wife o{ the Man Witk
whom g he Lived
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OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 27.—Edi
denoe tending to show that the wo
man who passed as the wife of M. A.
Wilkins, and of whose murder he I«
accused, was Mrs. Vernie Llndermas
Carnion, formerly of Kansas City,
was obtained today.
Try The Teller Want Ada.
Lewiston Abstract Co.
BONDED ABSTRACTERS.
Lewiston, Idaho.
Room 3 Vollmer Blk. Phono Btaok ITT
Pollard & Co.
CLOTHES CLEANERS.
Wildonthalor Blk, Main 8L
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Washing
Done right, priced right, deliver
ed promptly.
Give ue a trial that we may
substantiate our aooortlen.
Phone Main $04.
THE LEWISTON STEAM
LAUNDRY.
IDAHO BRICK
Patronize Home .Industry
IDAHO BRICK CO .
The Mint
BAKER A SMITH, PROPRIETORS)
Choi«* Liquors, wines, brandies and
clean. ▲ dub room in
Clark Building, Main Stmt
JNO. HALLORAN
Contractor and Builder 4
• Prans*.
Estimates Furnished on All C
Bui Mingo.
CLYDE J. YAS8AR,
UNDERTAKER.
AMBULANCE SERVICE.
Phone: Office, Red 331. Op
posite L 0. 0. F. Hall.
For tlie Most
Reliable Flour
Call for the Anatone Floor.
It is the best. Made from the
best of wheat. And is milled
by the latest approved pre
cess. Our brands are; "First,"
"Marvel," "Ûueen," "Gem"
and "Climax."
Handled by the Lewiston
Grocery.
Phones, 281 and 84.
ANATONE MILLING CO.
Office Phone Main 34.
Residence, Red 1091.
CHAS. NORUN, PLUMBER.
Steam and Hot Water Heat
ing. Gas Fitting.
Repair work promptly at
tended to.
DILL BROS.
MEAT MARKET
371 Main Street.
Phone Main 161.
YOU CAN EAT
Goldman's Meat
COLD STORAGE MARKET.
Phone Main 239.

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