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politloni hive boon secured, ocoroo of rooms rented, a great number of
M les 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.
WANTED —Subscribers to
Evening Teller who are entitled to
premiums, either plate racks or
berry sets, can get them by call
ing at the office of The Evening
Teller.
WANTED—For Ü. 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
apeak, read and write English. For
information apply to recruiting
officer, 3tfo Main street, Lewiston,
Idaho.
ipk e
ATTORNEYS.
H. G. REDWINE—General law
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
block. Phone, Black 51. Lewis
ton, Idaho.
GEORGE wT~ TANNAHILL, LAW
YER—Practices in all state and
!
federal courts of Idaho and Wash
ington. Rooms 5, 6, 7, New Por
ter block. Phone, Main 227. i
——
E. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT
LAW—Rooms 368-309 Weisgerber
building.
I
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JOHNSON & STOOKEY, LAWYERS !
—Rooms 317-318 Weisgerber
block. I
—------ATTORNEY AT 1
J*MES E. BABB,
LAW—Practices in state and fed
eral courts of Idaho and Washing
ton.
ARCHITECTS.
H. N BLACK, Architect.
Hive block.
Office Bee
TOURTELLOTTE & CO.. AR
CHITECTS.
1er.
Room 1, Dent & But-!
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CHIROPRACTIC.
DR. J. R. GABLE—CHIROPHAC
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. MADGGW1CK, COWTRACTOR
and Builder, Lewiston, Idaho.
Phone, Main 264.
DENTISTS.
DR. BOSTON—Dentist. Roome 20,
Adams Block. Phone, Main 254.
FOE SALE.
I.N EIGHT-ROOM MODERN HOUSE,
situated on Normal Hill. Lot 100
by 150 feet. Inquire at 624 Main,
street.
FOR SALE—A ^horsepower water
motor. Cheap. Apply at T"Uer
office.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with
board. Call at No. 99 First avenue,
<7 call up phone Red 921.
FOR RENT—Nice clean furnished
rooms at the Vendôme hotel, 619
Porter bloc. Phone, Black 741. j
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FOR RENT— A good barn with five ]
«tails and carriage room. Apply
at Teller office or at 321 corner of
Idaho and Thirteenth streets.
PH YSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
DR. HINKLEY— Physician atd Sur
Beon. Rooms 201-203-205 New
Salsberg block. Office phone, Red
131; residence phone, Red 132.
DR. MORRIS—Physician and Sur
geon. Room «05 Weisgerber (
_ block - Phone, Red. «51. J
HURLBBUT—Physician and
Surgeon. Rooms 3, 4, 6 Thiesaen
Block. Phone, Red ««1.
DR C. K. HENKLE— Office hours 10
to 12 a. m„ 2 to 6 p. m. Office
uight phone, black «11. Lewiston,
Idaho.
®R. L. F. INMAN —Specialist nerv
ous diseases, female diseases and
ostetries given special attention.
A" calls promptly attended. Office J
Porter building. Phone, Main »6.J
NURSE.
NURSE—Experienced nurse. Con
finement cases a specialty. Mrs.
Augusta Axelson, 206 Eighteenth
avenue. Phone, Red 1971.
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MUSICAL DIRECTOR.
KARL BAUMGAERTEL — Musical
director and teacher. Music fur
SECRET SOCIETIES.
prac-___
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.
nished for all occasions. Room
Hotel Assemblée. Phone. Main 28.1
SEWING
CHILDREN'S and infants' sewing
done promptly and neatly. Eyelet
embroidery and hemstitching
done to order. Call at 533 Fourth
avenue. Phone Red 1901.
! Central League Meeting.
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Jan. 21.—
The Central League magnates con
vened here in annual session to
^ a y an< * before they adjourn it is
expected that all important busi
ness relative to the season of 1998
.will have been attended to.
changes already decided upon, and
arrangements for the season's sched- J
tile to be adopted at the spring
meeting.
■All of the club owners are pleas-'
e(1 v> '" 1 tIle Prospects and believe
that the changes in the circuit will
This will inc'ude the circuit
he for the general good of the league
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
fc* Trade IViAFiHS,
>4'* Designs
COPVfi'GHTS &c.
AnvonosonrUng a and deacrlpMnn nmy
quickly uMOortam our <>;>tttion fritd whether a:»
If eut Ion Is probably patentable. Commitnknv
tlv.MS8trictlyconlldeiitial. HfiNOBGOK on Patents
sont frœ. Oldest auenoy for »ocarina patents.
I'm nuts taken tlironrh Munn & Co. receive
notice , wli bout c harg e. In the
Scientific American.
A handsomely lllnstrntM weekly. Largest cir
culation of nny »oient llio Journal. Tonus, 1 3 a
year : four months, $L Sold by ail newsdealers.
MUNN & Co, 3GICroadAay, YOlK
brauch Office, 025 F fa., WasbtuKlon, I>. C.
COPAIBg
o'
%
to
55
in Z^
LEWISTON FUEL & TRANSFER
Big lump coal
and nothing but
Clean, Big Lumps
CO., LTD.
Main Street at Tenth Street.
Phone Main 176.
J
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.
Mississippi's New Executive
JACKSON, Miss., Jan. 21—The
inauguration of E. F. Noel as Gov
ernor of Mississippi today was one
of the most brilliant events of its
kind ever seen here.
Great crowwds began gathering
yesterday and last night, and every
train this morning brought 'large
additions. The inaugural ceremo
nies were proceeded by a large mili
tary and civic procession, in which
the state militia participated in full
force.
I ' Governor Noel's inaugural ad
dress deUvered in the presence of
the members of the legislature and
I many other people, dealt almost ex- (
c'usively with matters pertaining to
the state.
I
Remember, the Roller Rink
ing to le.raTrt.tfA
corps of instructors has been en
r a uccu eu I
mg.
has been en
4.1K?"V^
^ deVOted to ladles who are lea ™'
Lewiston Railway Time Card
PUBLIC INFORMATION
NORTHERN PACIFIC
No. 18—(Clearwater Passenger)
leaves Lewiston 6:50 a. m. Ar
ri\es in Stites, 10:35 a. m.
No. 17—(Clearwater Passenger)
leaves Stites 11:20 a. m. Ar
rives in Lewiston, 3:05 p. m. |
No. 10—(Spokane Passenger) leaves
Lewiston 7:10 a. m. Arrives
in Spokane 1:55 p. m.
No. 12—(Spokane Passenger) leaves
Lewiston 3:30 p. m. Arrives
at Spokane 10:30 p. m.
No. 9—(Spokane Passenger) leaves
Spokane 7:00 a. m. Arrives in
Lewiston 2:00 p. m.
J
*°' teaves
Spokane 4:15 p. m. Arrives in
Lewiston 11:55 p. m.
No. 22 — (Culdesac Passenger)
leaves Lewiston 1:00 p. m. Ar
rives »at Culdesac 2:15 p. m.
No. .23 — (Culdesac .Passenger)
leaves Culdesac at 4:00 p. m.
Arrives at Lewiston 5:30 p. m.
I
0. R. & N. RIVER ROUTE
Steamer Lewiston leaves Lewiston
dock Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 8 a. in. and ar
rives at Riparia about 5 p. m. :
Iteainer Lewiston leaves Riparia
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fid
days at 5:40 a. m. and arrives
at Lewiston about 5 p. m.
■Reamer Spokane leaves Lewiston
Mondays, Wednesdays and Sat
urdays at 8 a. m. and arrives
at Riparia about 5:00 p. m.
Steamer Spokane leaves Riparia
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sun
days at 5:40 a. m. and arrives
in Lewiston about 5:00 p. m.
POSTOFFICE TIME CARD
Windows open daily, except Sun
lay, at 8 a. m. Money order win
dow closes at 5:30 p. m. and the
others at 6 p. m. On Sunday the '
general delivery, carrier and regis
try windows are open for delivery
only from 9 to 10 a. m.
East and West Mails
Arrive 8 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.
Close 6 a. m. and 2 p. m.
Clearwater Short Line
Arrive 3:15 p. m.
Close 6:00 a. m.
Asotin and Clarkston
Arrive 7 a. m. and 1:30 p. m.
Close 7:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m.
Cottonwood Stage Line
Arrive 5:30 p. m.
Close 4:30 a. m.
Clarkston-Lewiston
BUS LINE
Tranks and Baggage
SCHEDULE
I
Transferred
Daily Except Sunday
Leave Clarkston—6:15 a m.; 8:15 !
a.m.; 10:00 a.m.; 1:15 p.m.; 2:30
P-m.; 4:45 p.m.
Leave Lewiston—7:30 a.m.; 9:00
a.m.; 10:45 a.m.; 2:00 p.m.; 3:05
p.m.; 5:30 p.m
Sunday
Leave Clarkston—1:15 p.m.
Leave Lewiston—2:00 p.m.
Will meet all night trains and
boats on special calls.
Leaves Clarkston from Clarkston
Commercial Co.
Leaves Lewiston from Raymond
Hotel and Bollinger Hotel.
Rates—15c one way, round trip
25c.
Leave orders at Clarkston Com
mercial Co.. Sycamore Street or call
up 'phone Main 150.
H. E. BUNDY. Proprietor
Residence 8th and Sycamore Sts.
Exoress packages and baggage
will be attended to promptly,
,
BANK PRESIDENT
SLEEP WALKER
CHICAGO. Jan. 21.—A dispatch
to the Tribune from Jackson, Miss.,!
says:
BANK ROBBERS FOLLOW HIM
INTO BANK, GET SAFE COMBI
NATION, LOOT IT AND MAKE
THEIR ESCAPE
A unique confession was made
yesterday to A. F. Thomas, presi
dent of the National Bank of Hat
tiesburg. Miss., by James Harper and i
compS*"•"* «**"!
„ , , ...
Harper says the bank president
^walked In his sleep. He and Smith'
watched the bank for several nights.
according to their confession, and
frequently witnessed Thomason en
ter with the aid of his door key.
They' never dreamed that he was not
in full possession of his senses until
they saw him under an electric
liKht> wlth e >' es closed. Then the
robbers say they conceived a plan to
enter the bank with Thomason and
to gag him If he came out of his
trance. They declare that Thoma
son gave them Ibe combination to
jthe safe, which they looted, and that
thev left Thomason asleep In the
bank. t r If
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JAP FACTION
OPPOSES POLICY
0 pp 0Sm0N TQ
GOVERNMENT
FINANCIAL POLICY NOV/ SOL
IDLY UNITED AND MAY FORCE
AN AGREEMENT i
I
J
TOKiO, Jan. 21.—At the.
club teday 60 members of ti e lower
house in the diet issued a nrm'fcf:
"-'Ich proclaimed unalterable op
Position to the financial po icy of
the government,
This is one of the significant de
velopmputs of the present situation,
because Marquis Katsura, the ex
premier, is recognised as the leading
'spirit of the DaidoS, although he
does not lay any claim to the posi
tt on 0 f leader.
J
I»aido
ral.
in
at
the
th
This act'on unites the Daidos with
e progressive party, and practical- Q
iy unites the opfiosttlon, in
event the government would be de- j
feated in its attempt to carry!
through the budget.
Up to the present moment it was
generally believed that Marquis Kat
£, U ra and the prime minister, Mar
quia Salonji, had reached an agree
nient on the subject.
_
NEBRASKA
STOCK EXIBIT
LINCOLN, Neb. Jan. 21.—Hun
dreds of additional delegates arriv
ed today to take part in the meet
ings of the allied agricultural as
sociation now in progress at the
state farm. The Nebraska Dairy
mens' association today commenced
its twenty-third annual meeting
and exhibition of butter and cheese.
Sessions were also held today by the
state board of agriculture, the
State Duroc-Jersey Breeders assoei
ation, the Nebraska Poultry assocl
at,on > the State Poland-Chlna Breed
jers' association and the State Horto
cultural society.
President William H. P. Faunce
0 f Brown university has started a
movement whereby it is hoped to ln
terest dll Brown men, undergradu-'
ates as well as alumni, in booming
Governor Charles E. Hughes of New
York for president. Governor
Hughes is a Brown man, and is held
in high regard by the students of
his alma mater.
The executive committee of the
League of Lincoln and Roosevelt
Republican Clubs of California has
Indorsed Secretary Taft for Presl
dent.
Heavy, impure blood makes a
muddy, pimply complexion, head
aches, nausea, indigestion. Thin '
blood makes you weak, paie, sickly, j
Burdock Blood Bitters makes the
blood rich, red, pure—resto ei per-!
feet health. • »
Heart
Troubles
The heart may he weak
just the same as the eyes,
stomach or ©ther organs.
It often happens that a
person is born with a weak
heart. Then again dis
ease, fevers, over-exertion,
anxiety, nervousness,
rheumatism, etc. weaken
the heart The result is
shortness of breath, pal
pitation, pain in the heart,
or in some of the nerves
of the chest or abdomen.
The heart should bo
ït W th ?» ed W ? th » toni ?>
and for this nothing equals
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
'T had LaGrippe last fall as I
thought In a mild form. I was weak,
tired feeling, and short of breath:
could hardly go about, and a good
deal of the time sort or an asthmatio
breathing and extremely nervous. I
began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
and Nervine and now I feel so much
better In every way. I am so thank
ful that I began taking this raedieine.
and shall ,not hesitate to tell others
how much, good It has done me."
MU8. F. J. NORTON,
Freevflle, New York.
Your druggist sells Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure, and we authorize him to return
Ice of first b
benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
GOV. FORT IS
INAUGURATED
TRENTON, N. J„ Jan. 21.—The
inauguration of John Franklin Fort
as governor of New Jersey took
place at Taylor's Opera house today
at noon., in the presence of members
of both branches of the legislature
and a large number of people.
I'hc ;
oath of office was administered by
i ChI ° r Jll3ÜCC °ummere.
I The great sPal of the state was i
J formally handed to Governor Fort
retiring governor, after which j
Governor Fort delivered his inaugu
ral. At the conclusion of the cere-j
monies Governor Fort. ex-Governor !
Rlckea find other chief participants j
in the ceremonies were entertained j
at lurmTicon by a io'nt committee of
the legislature. There was no in-:
augural parade.
Tt isn't always the man who 1ms
acquired the most information who
knows the mo d.
1or first-class laundry work see;
Q uy Fountain. Phone Black 34L tf !
which_____

RECORD
Pacific Horse Liniment is prepared
expressly lor the needs ol horsemen and
ranchmen. It is a powerful and pene
trating liniment, a remedy (or emergen
cies. A soothing embrocation lor the
relief of pain, and the best liniment (or
sprains and soreness. Unequaled for
curing thé wounds and injuries of
BARBED WIRE and for healing cuts,
abrasions, sores and bruises Pacific
Horse Liniment is fully guaranteed.
No other is so good or helpful in so many
ways. II it fails to satisfy, we authorize
ail dealers to refund the purchase price.
KXTft* LAROt BOTTLES FIFTY CENTS
Hoyt Chemical Co., o*t.
fP BOOKLET
Fountain Cab Line
525 Corner Main and Sixth Sts
Phone Main 165
This is oar main office and
aU orders should be sent here
for cabs. Prompt, first-class
service to all.
G. L ACKLEY,
REAL ESTATE
City and country property (or
sale.
Second-hand Furniture bought
and sold.
First door south of Evans,
Hooper 4 Burrows.
Ccal!
Without clinkers. We are
handling a high grade,
mine run coal for
$9.50 per ton
delivered to any part of ,
the city. Send us a"trial
order for a FULL ton.
Lewiston Gas Co .
Phone Main 38
**••«*••**•••*•••****•••«•
Washing •
Done right, pricad right, dalivar- *
ad promptly.
Giva us a trial that wa may •
substantiate our assertion. 2

Phone Main 204.
THE LEWISTON STEAM •
LAUNDRY. •
Lewiston Abstract Co.
BONDED ABSTRACTER», !
Lewiston, Idaho.
; Room 3 Vollmer Blk. Phone Black 171
j--------- —
Pollard & Co.
i
CLOTHES CLEANERS.
j Wildanthaler Blk, Main St.
Phone Rad Ilf
II
BRICK
Patronize Home Iniuitry
IDAHO BRICK CO.
The Mint
3AKER A SMITH, PROPRIETOR»,
Choice Liquors, wines, brandies an»
cigars A
club room tn connection
Clark Building, Main Street
JNO. HALLORAN
Contractor and Builder
Hotal Da Franoe. t
Estimate* Furnished on Ali Classa* «V
Building«
CLYDE J. VASSAB,
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 pro
cess. Our brands are : "First,"
"Marvel," "öueen," "Gem"
and "Climax."
Handled by the Lewis tea
Grocery.
Phones, 281 and 84.
ANATONE MILLING CO.
Office Phone Main 34.
Residence, Red 1091.
CHAS. NORLIN, PLUMBER.
Steam and Hot Water Heat
ing. Gas Fitting.
Repair work promptly at
tended to.
DILL BROS.
MEAT MARKET
371 Main Street
Phone Main 181.
YOU CAN EAT
Goldman's Meal
COLD STORAGE MARKET.
Phone Main 238.

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