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Iportion* have boon eocurod, »core* 0 f room* rontod, a groat number of
jgglaa mad* by u ** • w,n * ad. It is an inaxpanalva form af ad vor -
Ljng, but bring* bountiful result*.
IT PA YS
TO USE THESE COLUMNS
HELP WANTED.
ÔÎrITwANTEi»— •Wanted a girl tor
pantry work. # Good wages, steady
employ ment - Call up Red 921.
---- -- ,
WANTED—Woman for "»»™i
housework. Apply at
laundry.
general
Lewiston :
WANTED—Office girl, mangle hand*
An d ironers at the LewUton laundry. 1
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.
y. G. REDWINE—General law prac
tice in state and federal courts.
Rooms 6, 7 and 8 Bee Hive block,
Lewiston. Phone, Main 109.
ANDERSON & ELLIOTT, Attorneys
at Law, No. 317, corner Fourth
and D. streets, ground floor, Means 1
block. Phone, Black 51. Lewis
ton, Idaho.
GEORGE W. TANNAHILL, LAW
YER—Practices In all state and
federal courts of Idaho and Wash
ter block. Phone, Main 227.
ington. Rooms 5, 6. 7, New Por- 1
1
F. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT
LAW—Rooms 308-309 Weisgerber
building.
JOHNSON ft STOOKEY, LAWYERS
—Rooms 317-318 Weisgerber
block.
JAMES E. BABB, ATTORN BY AT
LAW—Practices in state and fed
eral courts of Idaho and Washing
ton.
ARCHITECTS.
HTN. BLACK, Architect. Office Bee
Hive block.
J. E. TOURTELLOTTE ft CO., AR
CHITECTS. Room 1, Dent ft But
ler.
__BOARDERS WANTED.
WANTED—Boarders by the day or
week at 403 Second avenue and
Fourth street.
CHIROPRACTIC.
DR. J. B. GABLE—CH1ROPRAC
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.
H. T. MADGGWICK, CONTRACTOR
and Builder, Lewiston, Idaho.
Phone, Main 264.
DENTISTS.
DR. BOSTON— Dentist. Roome 20,
Adams Block. Phone, Main 254.
EYE SPECIALIST.
L 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.
D. Warner. tf
TOR SALE— Four-year-old mare,
weight aboue 1060 pounds. Cheap.
Phone Black 992.
AN EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
situated on Normal Hill. Lot 100
hy 150 feet. Inquire at 624 Main,
street.
TOR SALE—Four horses, harness
and four delivery wagons, at the
LeClare laundry. Phone Red 842.
TOR SALE—A 5-horsepower water
motor. Cheap. Apply at Teller
office.
_ FOR RENT.
TOR RENT—X~g06d barn" with five
«tails and carriage room. Apply
M Teller office or at 321 corner of
ldaho and Thirteenth streets.
TOR
RENTHi'HEAlP—Store and ÏÏT
"8 rooms adlolntng meat market,
Ra *t Main street. Also three fur
alahed or unfurnished rooms. By
r, nton. opposite Temple theater.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. HINKLE Y —Physician aid Sur-
geon. Rooms 201-203-205 New
Salsberg block. Office phone, Red
131; residence phone, Red 132
v '
GR. MORRIS—Physician and Sur-
geon. Room 205 Weisgerber
block. Phone, Red 651.
_
DR. HURLBBUT—Physician
Surgeon. Rooms 3
block. Phone, Red 661.
and
DR. C. K. HENKLE _Office hours i0'
4, 5 Thiessen !
to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Office
night phone, black 811, Lewiston,
Idaho.
DR. L. F, INMAN—Specialist nerv
ous diseases, female diseases and
obstetrics given special attention.
All calls promptly attended. Office
Porter building. Phone. Main 96.
HOUSE MOVING.

M.

HOUSE MOVING AND RAISING and
foundation work. Schmidt ft
Blume, corner Third and C streets.
Phone Red 1922. tf
F. VALK—House moving and
raising. 97 Snake River avenue.
Lewiston, Idaho.
NURSE.
NURSE-Experienced nurse. Con
finement cases a specialty. Mrs.
Augusta Axelson, 206 Eighteenth
avenue. Phone Black 19»2.
MUSICAL DIRECTOR.
KARL 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.
Yellow pine timber location, re
cently withdrawn from government
reserve, cruise 1% to 2 million.
Fee, $150. Address immediately,
Washington Trust Co., 16 Washing
ton block, Portland, Ore.
Century Printing Co. Phone, Black
601. Basement Lewiston Natl Bank.
S W
CAPSULES
BUY
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_ COAL
and Wood
of
LEWISTON FUEL & TRANSFER
CO., LTD.
Main Street at Tenth Street.
Phone Main 176.
Patronize Home Industry
and Drink
Weisgerber Beer
Special Brew
"TOTS NICHT"
Bottle Beer.
LEWISTON DRAY
COMPANY
STORAGE.
Office at Blue Front, Main St.
Office Phone Main 3. .
CASTOR IA
Vor Infante and Children.
The Ktajl You Ha« Always Bought
Bear« the
Signature
Contest Notice.
Department of the Interior, United
States Laud Office, Lewiston, Ida
ho, October 26, 1907..
A sufficient contest affidavit hav
ing been filed in this office by
Charles C. Phillips, contestant,
against Thomas H. Davis, entry No.
10018, made July 6, 1903, for N V»
NW N M NE *4 section 13,
township 38, N., range 1 E., B. M.,
by Thomas H. Davis, coutestee, in
which it is alleged that said Thomas
H. Davis has wholly 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
tant' is Informed and believes that |
touehln * : sai(1 allegation at 10 o'clock
said entry man never established a
! res _*dence thereupon.
Said parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond and offer evidence
a. m. on December 6, 1907, before
register and receiver at the United
States land office in Lewiston, Idaho.
The said contestant having, in a
proper affidavit, filed October 26,
1907, set forth facts which show
that after due diligence personal
service of this notice can not be
made, it is hereby ordered and di
rected that such notice be given by
due and proper publication.
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
of his claim, viz.: Homestead Entry
No. 8851, made January 20, 1902,
for the lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 20 and
21, section 17, township 33 N. range
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,
vi?.:
George McMlilen, George Hunder
man, Theodore Hartman, John Mil
ler, all of Woodside, Idaho.
T. H. BARTLETT, Register
to
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Lewiston, Idaho, November
6, 1907.
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
istou, Idaho, on December 26, 1907
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of,, the land
viz.:
George McMillen, George Hunder
man, John Miller, Ra)|>h L. Mc
Cracken, all of Woodside, Idaho.
T. H. BARTLETT, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, 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 in the States of California,
Oregon, Nevada, and Washington
Territory," as extended to all the
Public Land States by act of August
4, 1892, Anna Mounce, of Lewiston,
county of Nez Perce, state of Idaho,
has this day filed in this office hei
sworn statement No. 3260, for the
purchase of the NE 1-4 NE 1-4, Sec.
10, 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
1 B. Clark, of Lewiston, Idaho; Henry
B. Benton, Guy Mounce, Isaac Des
champ, all of Forest, Idaho.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 15th day of
January, 1908.
T. H. BARTLETT, Register.
Contain« no Opium or
other harmful dru«.
Chamberlain's
Cough
Remedy
O Croup and Whocotng Ccugli
VARSITY BOYS
PLAY TIE GAME
IDAHO-WASHINGTON GAME AT
SEATTLE RESULTS IN NEITH
ER SIDE SCORING DURING THE
GAME.
SEATTLE. Nov.
Washington fought
yesterday, neither eleven being able
to register a i\»*ot. Idaho ha 1 ce
best of the first half, puzzling Wash
ington by their open style of play.
Washington's tackling was miser
able, and Idaho made substantia!
gains time and again after shaking
off the purple and gold warriors. In
the second half the ball was in Ida
„ . , ,
—Idaho and
to a standstill
ho's territory most of the time, but
Washington was unable to push the
ball over the last chalk line for a
touchdown. Graham of Washingto 1
made three attempts at field goals,
but all were failures. Small starred
for the visiting team, while Grimm
put up the best game for Washing
ton.
The teams tied for honors. The
grounds were wet with a large crowd
present. The forward passes falle i.
Washington was expected to win.
Pennsv 14. Cornell 4.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29.—On
Franklin field this afternoon Penn
sylvania won the football game with
Cornell, the score being 12 to 4. It
was Pennsylvania's thirteenth vic
tory in games played with the Itha
cans, the New York state team hav
ing won one contest, and tied an
other. The game was finely played,
bringing out many spectacular fea
tures. which were enjoyed by the
30,000 people present.
0. A. C. 10. Los Angeles 0.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Nov. 29.—
The football eleven of the Oregon
Agricultural college of Corvallis to
day won the coast college champion
ship by defeating St. Vincent's col
lege of Los Angeles by a score of 10
to 0. A touchdown and goal and a
goal from the 30-yard line during
the first 15 minutes of play account
ed for Oregon's defeat.
CALEB POWERS
JURY SECURED
GREATEST criminal trial in
KENTUCKY BEGINS TODAY—
HAS BEEN SEVEN YEARS BE
FORE THE COURTS.
GEORGETOWN, Ky., Nov. 29.—
The jury in the Powers case was
completed yesterday afternoon. There
are eight democrats and four repuo
Means on the jury. Eleven are from
Grant county and one is from Harri
son county.
At the afternoon session wltnesse
for the Commonwealth were called
and an attachment issued for thos"
who did not answer. The indict
ment of Caleb Powers, found by th'
Franklin county grand Jury April 17
1900, was read and Attorney Wil
iams stated the case of the prosecu
tion, reciting the crime and deflntng
the term "conspiracy."
Judge Williams touched on the po
litical feature of the caBe and ad
dressing the jury said that the only
man meaner than a republican who
would acquit a prisoner guilty of
crime because of republican affilia
tion, would be a democrat who
would rob the prisoner of liberty
because of political bias.
He gave brief statistics of the po
litical history of the period surround
ing the commission of the crime,
purposing to show a motive for Ca
leb Powers' alleged participation in
it. He recalled the bringing of arm
ed men from the mountains, the re
sponsibility for this being placed on
Powers.
Judge Sims, for the defense, re
served his statement until the close
of the testimony for the common
wealth. »
of
BIC MONEY TO
WNIP JOHNSON
FRISCO HORSEMEN POOL $25,000 1
FOR THE MAN WHO
TAKE MEASURE OF
BLACK MAN.
WILL
THE
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29.—"On
his bended knee" LIT Arthur John
son is begging white men to fight
him. and in all the land there is not
one really good opponent for him,
unless James J. Jeffries comes out of
retirement. That Johnson is the
peer of all the heavies was proved at
the ringside a w r eek before the race
meet opened here, when he laid
Flynn low. That day hundreds of
horsemen were beside the ropes, and
anguish gnawed their very vitals as
they saw the tremendous black out
box, out slug and out clever the Col
orado fighter. It was pitiable.
When it W'as all over "Hoots"
Durnell talked the matter over with
a number of his cronies. They sought
about for some means to bring n |
white man into the limelight who
might lie capable of taking the!
smoke's measure. At last Durnell I
hit upon a scheme which, if It ever j
comes to a head, should produce the i
^ . , _ . * , .
rrenn toot hfliivvwnifrht nnrt 1 o einen
greatest heavyweight battle since;
the fading away of the clever big |
white man. |
Durnell does not believe that Jeff I
ries will shake the dust of his alfal- j
. , . .
*'*,^ W * '"j 1 * .° n T °\ „
*" «■»* '* r " 1 '"
that j
seem to hover so lovingly over the ;
destiny of the mighty Johnson. He |
stands rendv to establish an honorar- 1
him for the first white man who will
a-,.. *11 , - ..
take away the laurels of the big j
coon, who looms up on the horizon
to get into condition to fight John
son He Righs for the days when
the white man ruled supreme. He
longs for another Corbett, a greater
Sullivan or a lankier Fitz and curses
the shades of Deter Jackson
now as the real heavyweight cham
pion of the world.
He will give $2,500 of his own
money providing nine other men will
do the same thing, making a purse
of $25,000 to go to the first white
man who will decisively defeat
Johnson, this money to he In addi
tion to the purse offered by the pro
moters of the battle. The further
conditions are that the battle shall
go 45 rounds, as allowed at Colma,
which in all probability would
amount to the same thing as a finish
fight. So it is that there Is some
thing in it for the first stalwart that
crawls from under the bushel to let
his light shine upon the pugilistic
world and reclaim the fighting game
for the white gladiator.
Michigan Pedagogues.
CADILLAC, Mich., Nov. 29.—Sev
eral hundred members, the largest in
the history of the association, were
present today at the opening of the
annual meeting of the Northern
Michigan Teachers' association.
President G. A. McGee called the
meeting to order and addresses were
delivered by Prof. C. D. Smith of the
State Agricultural College, Superin
tendent F. M. Whitney of Reed City,
President E. G. Lancaster of Olivet
College, and several other educators
of note.
Congressman J. Adam Bede of
Minnesota is scheduled for an ad
dress this evening. The proceedings
will he continued and concluded to
morrow.
Meeting of Historians.
CINCINNATI. O.. Nov. 29.—A
conference of the Central Ohio Val
ley Historical association began to
day at the University of Cincinnati
and will continue over tomorrow.
Arthur W. Dunn, of the Indiana
State Historical society, presided at
the opening session, and papers and
addresses were presented by Reuben
Goldthwaite of the Wisconsin His
torical society. Archer E. Hulbert of
Marietta. E. O. Randall of the Ohio
State Archeological society, Mrs.
Jennie C. Morton of the Kentucky
8tate Historical society, Virgil A.
Lewis of the State Department of
Archives and History of West Vir
ginia, and a number of others.
William Dudley Foulke of Indiana
is to address the members of the as
sociation this evening.
Why It Succeeds
Because It's for One Thing Only,
and Lewiston People Appreciate
This.
Nothing can be good for every
thing.
Doing one thing well brings suc
cess.
Doan's Kidney Pills do one thing
only.
They cure sick kidneys.
They cure backache., every kidney
111 .
George Carey, farmer, of 30 Cen
ter street, owner of a ranch about
10 miles from Pocatello, says: "I
can say that Doan's Kidney PlHs
are a most excellent remedy for dis
ordered kidneys and weak back that
I have ever used, and it Is with
pleasure that I endorse such a medi
cine. For over six years I have
been annoyed with backache aorees
the loins and irregular action of the
kidney secretious. This caused a
scalding sensation and otherwise
showed that my kidneys wer* disor
dered. When I bent over I was
1 s " r# te «Phrtone* P a * M 1» th* re
gion of the kidneys and wire« I
straightened they were Just as bad.
I precured Doan's Kidneys Pilta and
oommenced their use. Five bones
cured the Alffisultr with the kidney
secretions and removed the back
ache."
For sale by aE dealers. Print* 60
eent8. Foster-Mllburn Bo., BtsBal*.
New York, sole agents for the Unit
ed States.
Remember the name—Doan s—
and take no other.
tack the vital organs
The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths»
There is a disease prevailing in tldb
country most dangerous because 90 decep
... ... t j ve> M an ysudd««
deaths are caused
by it— heart die
ease, pneumoni»,
heart failure or
apoplexy are oft««
the result of kid
r.ev disease. H
kidney trouble i*
al '.owed to advance
the k idney-poison
ed blood will at*
causing catarrh of
[ he or the kidneys themselve.
break down and waste away cell by celL
... . . . ' •* -
Bladder troubles almost'al ways result
f ron , a derangement of the kidneys sad
a cure is obtained quickest by a p oper
treatment of the kidneys. If you are feel
ing bailly you can make no uiistake by
taking Dr. Kilmers Swamp-Root, the
great kidney, liver and t,ladder remedy.
It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing it, and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of being
compelled to go often through the day,
and to get up many times during tb*
night. The mild and the extraordinaiy
a ff ec t of Swamp-Root is soon realized,
it stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases,
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and la
sold J b >; aU . druggists in fifty-cent and
otie-dollar size bottles. \ on may have *
Mni pj e bottle of this wonderful new dia
COV ery and a book that tells all about it.
both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil
mer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When
writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper. Don't make any
mistake, but remember tile name, Swainj*
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and tb*
address, Binghamton, N, Y., on evuty
bottle.
Lewiston Abstract Co.
î
BONDED AB8TRACTERB,
Lewiston, Idaho.
Room $ Vollmor Blk. Phono Blaok YTt
Pollard & Co.
CLOTHES CLEANERS.
Witdenthaler Blk, Main 8L
Phene Red 111
Washing
:
Don* right, priced right, deliver* •
ed promptly. •
Give u* ■ trial that we may •
substantiate our assertion, •

Phone Main 204.
THE LEWISTON STEAM •
LAUNDRY. Î,
IDAHO BRICK
Patronize Home'Industry
IDAHO BRICK CO.
The Mint
BAKER ft SMITH, PROPRIETORS.
Choie* Liquor*, warn, brandi** aad
cigars. A club room in
Clark Building. Main Street
JNO. HALLORAN
Contractor and Builder
Hotel Do Fran**.
Estimate* Furnished on All Claaeoa at
Building*.
CLYDE J. VASSAR,
UNDERTAKER.
AMBULANCE SERVICE.
Phone: Office, Red 331. Op
posite I. 0. 0. F. Hall.
For the Most
Reliable Flour
Call for the Anatone Flour.
It is the best. Made from the
best of wheat. And is milled
by the latest approved pra
cess. Our brands are; "First,"
"Marvel," "Queen," "Gem"
and "Climax."
Handled by the Lewiston
Grocery.
Phones, 281 and 84.
ANATONE MILLING CO.
Office Phone Main 34. /
Residence, Red 1091. 1
CHAS. NORLIN, PLUMBER. 1
Steam and Hot Water Heat- !
lng. Gas Fitting.
Repair work promptly at- l
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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