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Real is what wins in the long run. K C Baking Powder has won from Maine to California after twenty years of success. Success in baking powder means : Fluffy lightness. Even baking. NO failures. teS'Wl'SOll Ü &MANf succeeds always, because it is scientifically made of pure, tested ingredients. No matter how delicious your baking, K C will make it better still. Get a can on trial, try it for your favorite cake, and if you are not delighted your money will be returned. Jaques fflfg. Co., Chicago Jt VS a* POLITICS AND POLITICIANS. James H. Brady, chairman of the republican state central committee of Idaho during the last two cam paigns, is talked of for the republi can gubernatorial nomination. Judge William H. Wallace of Kan sas City, who recently has been making a vigorous campaign for Sunday observance, has announced Tlie Grand Leader Spend your shoe-money for Selz Royal Blue Shoes For Men. I PS your money; and your feet to be shod. You can take your feet any where for shoes and spend your money for any shoes you want. Take this from us: If you're look ing for the best of it, you'll bring your feet and your money to this store, and put both into Selz Royal Blue Shoes; $3.50, $4.00. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tl,e J. Alexander Co. his candidacy for the democratic nomination for governor of Missouri. J. L. Bristow, former fourth as sistant postmaster genera], has made formal announcement of his candi dacy for the United States senate to succeed Chester I. Long of Kansas, whose term will expire next Month. For first-class laundry work see Guy Fountain. Phone, Black 341. tf CO-OPERATION, GROWING FAST NEZPERCE PRAIRIE FARMERS, 1,000 STRONG, WILL JOIN IN MOVEMENT TO DISPOSE OF GRAIN AND OTHER PRODUCTS. Special to Evening Teller. NEZPERCE, Ida., Feb. 25.—Tim meeting held at the Wright school house last night continued with suc cess and enthusiasm the movement begun by the farmers in organizing for mutual protection in lodges of the Farmers' Educative and Co-op eiutive union. Lodge No. 1 was organized at Nez Perce Saturday night by organizer Crow of Palou8e. It was not well advertised but forty of the best farmers of thrs section were present at the meeting. Some work has been done since on membership and and at the meeting to be held in one week it is estimated that the lodge membership will show 200 in the organization. Organizer Crow will institute lodges at Mohler, Russel, Ilo and Central Ridge. There will easily 100 farmers in the movement when all the lodges are in working order. The farmers will work co-oper atively; la thô handling of their grain, Yu the buying of sacks, Tn storing grain and in invitin ginde pendent buyers into the field, not only to take their grain but live stock and other products of the fn rm. FINED FOR SHOOTING GUNS. Lapwai Sports Disturbed School With Their Firing: Special to Evening Teller. LAPWAI, Feb. 26.—Harry .War ren and Jacob Taylor, two young men of this place, were each fined I $5 and costs yesterday, having been j convicted of the charge of firing j guns on the school grounds while the school was in session. The defendants entered Dleas of not guilty, and were tried before Justice of the Peace McGrath. $100 Reward. The undersigned will pay a re ward of $100 for information lead ing to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties guilt yof put ting out the poison on Normal hill. R. L. PENNELL, tf STEVE HEPTON. Package and Bulk Seeds for sale st Mark Means' Lewiston, Idaho. Come and see if you can pick th r winner. , - FIXING DATES FOR FAND SAFE STATE LAND BOARD FINDS DE MAND FOR CONTINUING SALES DROPPED BECAUSE OF RE CENT FINANCIAL FLURRY. The state land department is now fixing the dates for the sale of state land in the-northern counties, according to a statement of State Land Agent C. J. Munson, who was an arrival in the city last night en route to the Salmon river section, where an inspection of state hold ings will be made. The resumption of the state sales is regarded as one of the best indi cations of a general improvement in financial conditions, as sales in these counties were canceled because of the financial flurry. At the beginning of the financial trouble sales were advertised for Idaho, Nez Perce, Latah and other northern counties. The sales were conducted in the counties named and with the exception of Nez Perce county the bidding was very light because of the money tieup. After the conclusion of the Latah county sale the sales advertised for other sections were canceled by order of the state board. '« »v —* The people Tn Yïïe Ttfrrlïïern coun ties are again in a condition to sub mit bids for the state lands and have petitioned the state board that the dates for the sales may again be fixed. It is expected the board will announce the sales within the next few days. I j j CONTEST GROWS WARMER. Six-Day Race st the Rink Anybody's Victory. The six-day race at the roller rink is drawing large crowds every night and tonight, the third night of rac ing, promises to be one of the best nights. Earl Hensley stands first on the Hst. C. Hamm second and John Connel third. Connel has played in hard luck and his standing does not really show him in bis real form. It would be hard to pick the win ner at this early date, for each of the boys claims to have something up his sleeve, and It Is certain that it will not be decided in one more race. The Lewiston band will be in at tendance Thursday evening to pro vide extra amusement for the pat rons of the rink. The management of the roller rink wish to announce that on March 1 7 thev will give another masked carnival. '*« FATHER LEO DENVER, Feb. 20.—Most of the priests of the Catholic: church in this city believe that Father Leo Hein richs, who was murdered by Gui seppe Alio, an Italian anarchist, was a marked man from the time he arrived in town last August, or even before. The dead priest was station ed previously in Paterson, N. J., and it is believed he may have incurred the enmity of the anarchists there and that a plot was laid to kil' him. rerhaps prior to his leaving Pater sen, but that the plot failed to get into working order until Alio car ried out orders Sunday. Tt transpires that a woman who witnesses the tragedy Sunday told a prominent Catholic priest yesterday that two weeks ago, during an early mass, sho saw two evil-appeat ing men, one of whom she believes was tbe assassin, standing in the aisle of St. Elizabeth's church. They were conversing in a low tone, but siie saw one of the men point to two priests who were in the sanctuary. The priests, one of whom was Father Leo, were separated several feet, and the one who did the point ing directed his finger toward Father Leo and remarked in a low tone, "That, is the man." ' : 1 I i j , 1 GROCERIES Thurston & Eldredge We make a specialty of Teas and Coffee If you want a good Coffee at a moderate price try our GOLDEN GATE BRAND, it will please you. THURSTON & ELDREDGE First National Bank LEWI8TON, IDAHO. -> ♦ S'-os i" — ' . Capital, $50,000. 8urplua and Undivided Profita, $250,000. UNITED STATE8 DEPOSITARY. Deposits July 1st, 1907, $1,184,277.39 The Strongest Bank In Idaho 30HN P. VOLLMER. 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While kidney dis orders are the most common diseases that pre vail, they are almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians, who con tent themselves with doctoring the effects, while the orig inal disease undermines the system. Wliat To Do. There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage, it corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many i times during the night. The mild and j the extraordinary effect of Swatnp-Rdbt is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing c ases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by drug gists in fifty cent and one-dollar sizes. You tnav have a sample bottle and a book that tells ail ahoutit, ljot.li sent free bv mail. Address Dr. B^iPSKl-IWîSf , Kilmer & Co., haniton, N. \ . when fTsmeoC Swamp-Pilot, writing mention this paper and don't make any mistake, but remember the. n line, l»r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, aud the address, Binghamton, N. Y, A race in which all the contest ants are favorites.