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Get The Habit Visit the Red Tag Sale A Wirel ess M essage At The Red Tag Sale, 0. A. Kjos Saturday Jan. 18, 1908 10 A. M. To The Public: - « Lewiston, Idaho; Clarkston. Wash. The Sale Started promptly on schedule time and at this hour the store is crowded. Those who are here evidence the wonderfulness of the Bargains by their unusually heavy purchases. Come tonight if possible; the opportunity for money saving is the best ever of fered in this section of the country. Signed— ONE WHO HAS SEEN AND HEARD At The Red Tag Sale The Red Tag Sale Tonight As the Store is open tonight for convenience of the late shoppers, those who are unable to visit the Red Tag Sale at any other time will find the bargains even more tempting in some instances than usual. Visitors will find the store just as light as day which of fers an equal opportunity for making selections as the daylight. Send For Four Pa^e Circular MOTHER BELIEVES IN PERUNA Mrs. K. Kane, of Chicago, Uses Pe-ru-na in her family of five children, Grace, Myrtle, Edward, Reeves and George. mm WÈÊml& Wm. Qeorge Reeves Catarrh of Stomach. G RAGE AI WEALTHY pXMILY Kept tiie Children Well. m, :VKrf'| m *« Pe-ru-na In the home. Alter all, experience is the best teacher. Some doctors may writs in favor of Pe rana. Other doctors may write against it. But it is the testimony ot the mothers *ad fathers who are roaring families, who love tbelr children, who must economize as to doctor bills, who are Vaislng little boys and girls intojmen apd women of the future, It Is the testimony *>f such people that really oounts. There is no way to positively ascertain t0w ™ny families In the United States re ly upon Pernna for tha many ollmatio ailments to which the family is subject, bo number must be a great one. Sever * millions perhaps. They have learned to use Peruna tor ordinary ail ments, and in that way are guarding heir homes against more serious dis eases. Buch ailments as coughs and colds, sere throat and catarrh, croup and colic, digestion and loss of appetite, anemia «tid nervousness, all these ailments are romptly relieved by m tew doses of * eruorn at the right time. Miilions of provident mothers and 1 •** are guarding the Interests of the , by aaln * Dr - Hartman's great » and profiting by his medical ^ctn mad personal advice. RTL& Catarrhal Croup. Few people realise how frequently croup Is caused by catarrhal congestion of the throat. Probably nine cases out of ten of oroup Is of the catarrhal variety. The mod leal profession recognises three forms of croup. The spasmodic va riety, membranous croup and catarrhal croup. . , Nearly every case Isof the catarrhal va riety, and a few doses of Parana taken at the first appearance of the catarrhal symptoms is generally sufficient to avert the attack of croup altogether. Croup is a frightful disease. No dis ease of children so alarms the household. Mrs. K. Kane, 196 Sebor St., Flat 1, Chicago, III., writes: "Peruna has been used so long in our family that I do not know how I could get along without it. "I have given it to all of my five children at different times when they suffered with croup, colds and the many ailments that children are subject to, and am pleased to say that it has kept them in splen did health. "I have also used it for a catarrhal difficulty of long standing, and it cured me in a short time, so I have every reason to praise ~eruna." LL e It is Impossible to estimate bow many homes have been protected against croup by the proper use of Peruna. Household Remedies. There is no remedy tn the world which has proven so popular for catarrh as Peruna. It has been used for more than thirty years and cured thousands of cases, as proven by onr testimonials. In the early history of this country every family had its home-made medi cines. Herb teas, bitters, laxatives and tonics were to be found in almost every house, compounded by the housewife, sometimes assisted by the apothecary or tiie family doctor. Furnishing medical compounds direct to the people, through the druggists, la simply the extension of the praoUoe be gan by the people themselvos. Nervous System a Wreck. John G. Hirdler, Garfield, Kas., writes : "On December 2, 1809, I was injured by a fall on the Santa Fe R. R., and my entire nervous system was Impaired by the same. The help of a physician was useless. I believe I tried every one In the vicinity, but all were alike and I Mr. John M. Stansberry, Amarillo, Tex., writes: "For several years I had catarrh of the stomach. I was hardly able to do anything, and could not eat with any satisfaction! "When I commenced using Peruna, I weighed only 110 pounds. I took six bottles, commencing in the spring, and by the following winter I had gained 63 pounds. "I owe it ali ta Peruna. It cannot be praised too highly. "I am forty-five years old, and my occupation is that of architect and builder." remained without strength. «I then tried Peruna, and after using it for three months was totally well. I am seventy-one years old, and my work on the railroad Is bard and tedions, bat I can work like a young man In all kinds of weather, beat, oold, rain, snow or storm alike. "Peruna is the purest and beet medi cine, and if used according to directions, it will help any person and care any dis ease for which it is recommended. I rec ommend this medicine by my own ex perience to any one suffering from an ailment on the order of mine." F nr Herself and Children. Mrs. Aline DcPasse, 776 E. 165th St., New York, N. Y., writes t "It gives me pleasure to testify to the oorattve qualities of Peruna and MaasUh. "I was afflicted for over seven yearn with catarrh of the head, throat and digestive organs. I consulted many physicians, but they did me no good. "One day I happened to read some tes timonials in yonr Pernna almanac. I decided to try Peruna and Manalin. I bought a bottle of each and after taking them for a week, I noticed a change for the better. So I kept It up and after us ing twelve bottles I was perfectly cared. "I also gave the medicine to my child ren and they had the same beneficial re sult. I would never be without theca remedies in the house. "I highly recommend Pernna and Manalin to all my friends, and, in fact, to everybody." Thousands of families have learned to trust and believe tn Dr. Hartman's judg ment, and to rely on his remedy, Per u u ky STRONGHEART A COLLEGE HERO The Stage Setting Is a Graphic Pic- j ture of College Life Ralph Stuart, as the college-bred ■ Indian hero, Strongheart, in the [ comedy-drama by William C. De Mille, is the attractive offering an- ; nounced for the Temple theater on 1 Monday, anuary 20. Wi'Hjim C. De Mille has laid the ! scenes of "Strongheart" at Colum-1 bia university, and furnishes a vivid j and highly amusing picture of col- j lege life. Strongheart is an Indian, ! a son of a chief, who. through his prowess on the football field, has be- j come a hero to his classmates at Columbia. His love for the sister of his chum forms a motive of this play which, although serious in its prob lems, is related amid scenes of such bright, breezy comedy that vividly photograph eo'lege life, that "Strongheart" deserves the name comedy-drama. Mr. Stuart has re vealed himself as a character actor of note and has widely increased the popularity won by him in former productions. "Strongheart scored the dramatic h ! t of last season, both in Boston and New York. where it plaved a long and prosperous en gagement. KJOS RED TAG RECEPTION Big Store Room Throno'ed With Vis itors Last Evening Last night the Kjos store was thronged wit* visitors who respond ed to the invitation to attend the re j ception tendered by the management to celebrate the eightr annual Red Tag sale. The store was brilliantly ; lighted and the stock tastefully ar ranged to p'ease the evgs of the j eruests. The proprietor and the heads I of the several denartments were on hand to receive the gusts and show them through the store. The fo'low jing mu«i''al urogram was furnished j during the evening bv the Lewiston [band. unde- the direction of Prof. I B^umgaertel: ; March—"King Karl".....Silenberg j Waltz— "Jollv Fellows". . .Voelstedt j Overture—" r >'he Humors of Donnybrook" .........Vol't j Reverie—"The Roses' Honev moon" ............Bratton Fantasia—"A Hunting Scene" • Buealossi Spanish Serenade—"La Paloma" Yradier "Grand American Fantasia".. Bendix i ' j 1 TOE FAMILY 1 HIS is the store where you take no chances. You get the Best in Footwear and our prices are strictly in keeping _ with the times W E handle nothing but high grade Shoes, made by the best manufacturers of America. For every member of the family from Baby to Father we have just what you want. Come in and see the new styles for 1908. Grämlich- LetsonShoe Co. Ltd. Lewiston 's Exclusive Shoe House Answers to Charge of Assault i The preliminary examination of ' Bert Kelso, charged with assault j with a dangerous weapon upon the person of John Hicks, is being con ducted this afternoon before Justice of the Peace Erb. 1 The assault is alleged to have taken place in the Imperial saloon early this week. It is charged lu the complaint that Kelso drew a knife and made a murderous attack upon the complaining witness, ln ! flict'ng a slight flesh wound. Heavy, Impure blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion, head aches, nausea, Indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak, pale, sickly. Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood rich, red, pure—restores per fect health. INAUGURATE A NEW SYSTEM a a Lewiston Amusement Co. Desires to Keep Out Undesirable Class j The Lewiston Amusement com ipany has decided to inaugurate a I new system governing its afternoon sessions. Beginning Monday, Janu ary 20, an admission of 10 cents will be charged to all men and boys. Under this plan, only 15 cents extra will be charged for skates. It is believed that this plan will I meet with the hearty approval of all I rink patrons, because it will tend to keep out a class of onlookers who are not wanted, whi'e the price of skates will be the same as ever to all skaters. This plan refers to the afternoon sessions only, the evening prices being as before. 10c admis sion, 25c extra for skates. Clarkston Committee Appointed j a The Clarkston committee of five, who will represent the interests of that community in the electric road association, is composed of Mayor Yount, R. B. Hooper, Frank E. Brown, J. E. Hoobler and Sam Fow ler. Il*** 1 The Anatone people will meet to night to discuss the situation, at which time it is probable the com mitteemen from Cloverland and I Anatone will be named. ! ! _ - "Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is the j best remedy for that often fatal dis I ease—croup. Has been used with I success in our family for eight I years."—Mrs. L. Whlteacre, Buffalo, j N. Y. Try The Teller Want Ads.