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Kills the pests that kill year trees, and it is cheaper and bettor than you can mhke you.self. For sale by Western Hardware&Implement Co Wanted to Buy All the Second-Hand Goo is I can get. Will pay the Highest Cash Price. R. L PENNELL; Main Street. Lewiston Plumbing Shop C. F. Philipi, Prop. The Lewiston Plumbing Shop :s now ready to do all kinds of cbing. Now is the tinte to make your sewer connections. Prices Right and AH Work Guaranteed Repair Work a Specialty. Shop opposite to the Postoihce, on Eighth'street. PHONE BLACK 1241 PAYS TO USE THESE COLUMNS I ! ] I ! | } I J HELP WANTED. WANTED—Fifty men to know that 'they can set first-class hoard and room for $5 per week at the East End restaurant. tf WANTED—Men for farm and rail road work. Inland Employment Agency, 316 D street, Thiessen block. Phone, Black 1251. INTED—-Subscribers to The 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. * ATTORNEYS. JAMES E. BABB, ATTORNEY AT LAW— Practices In state and fed eral courts of Idaho and Washing ton. Office In Lewiston National Bank Bllding. I. G. REDWINE—General law prac tice in state and federal courts. Rooms 6, 7 and 8 Bee Hive block, Lewiston. Phone, Mala 109. ANDERSON & ELLIOTT, Attorneys st Law, No. 817, cerner Fourth and D. streets, ground floor, Means block. Phone, Black 51. Lewis ton, Idaho. GEORGE W. TANNAH1LL, 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. '. D. CULVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW—Rooms 898-309 Welsgerber .building. GlINSON & STOOKEY, LAWYERS —Rooms 317-31« Weisgerber Mock. ARCHITECTS. H. N. BLACK, Architect. Hive .block. Office Bee l E. TQURTELLOTTE & CO., AR CHITECTS. Room 1, Deal & But ler. CONTRACTORS. H. T. MADGGWICK, CONTRACTOR aid Builder, Lewiston, Idaho. Phone, Main 264. DENTISTS. DR. BOSTON—Dentist. Roome 20, Adams Block. Phoae, Main 254. FOR SALE. f 0R SALE— Full-blooded Barred & nd White Plymouth Rock eggs, Bom birds that were prize win ner s at the Lewiston-Clarkston lair. Eggs $1 per setting. Ad dress b. H. Krets, Lewiston. FOR SALE—White Wyandotte eggs 11.50 per netting of 15. Phone 294. Residence, phone, Black 2041 FOR SALE—Toulouse goose and Royal Pekin duck eggs. Goose «8SS «1.50 per 7; duck eggs, 75c lor 13. w. H. Stewart, Eleventh and Bridge sts., Clarkston. Phone. Black 1001 . ■ 8ALE—Barred Plymouth Rock IBs. $1 per setting of 15. 403 dam 3 street. « ■ SALE—A 5-horsepower water __ otor Oheap. Apply at T*Uer ALE—160 acres of good farm ® ■ well watered, good improve n ts and bearing orchard. One * to school. Address Box 31, 1 Idaho. . 4 Maw . PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. OR. MORRIS—Physician and Sur geon. Room «05 Weisgerber block. Phone. Red 651. OR. HINKLEY—Physician aid Sur geon. Rooms 2bl-203-205 New Salsberg block. Office phone, Red 131; residence phone, Red 132. DR; HURLBBUT—Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 3, 4, 6 Thiessen block. Phone, Red 661. 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. 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. HOTEL GRAND Phone number Two-Six-One European ALBERT STIFFEL, Proprietor. First-class Cafe In Connection. White help only. LEWISTON DRAY COMPANY STORAGE. Office at Blue Front, Main St. Office Phone Main 3. Washing 5 • Done right, priced right, deliver- J • eel promptly. • • Give u« a trial that we may « • substantiate our assertion. « • ! Phone Main *04. - J * THE LEWISTON STEAM • • LAUNDRY. J eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee»**« JNO. HALLORAN Contractor and Builder Hotel Da France. Estimates Furnished an All Claaaee tf Buildings, I I Fountain Cab Line 525 Corner Main and Sixth Sts Phone Main 165 This is our main office and all orders should be sent here for cabs. Prompt, first-class service to all. IDAHO BRICK Patronize HomeJIndustry IDAHO BRICK CO. NEWS FORECAST GOmiNO WEEK WASHINGTON, March 9.—The coming week does not hold in pros pect very many events of wide news interest, either domestic or foreign. It is the accepted belief that con gress will not be able to agree on any financial legislation at the pres ent session, and nothing above the regular routine of business is expect ed from either the house or senate during the week. In the foreign field the proceedings of the British parliament and possible political de velopments in Portugal and in the Balkan provinces wi 1 attract more ot- less attention. Admiral Evans' fleet of battleships I i.-. clue to reach Magdalena Bay next ! Saturday and will put in about three ] weeks there before resuming the trip I to San Francisco. ! Republicans of Oklahoma and Ne | hraska will hold their state conven } tions Wednesday to choose delegates I to the national convention. The J Taft managers confidently place Oklahoma in their co'umn and the probabilities seem to be that Nebras ka will also declare lier preference for the secretary of war, despite the | effort that has been made recently I to arouse a sentiment for La Follette ! in that state. William J. Bryan is expeced to deliver his customary quota of ad dresses during the week, and Gov ernor Hughes will be heard at a pub lic dinner in Boston. For Secretary Taft it will be a week of compara tive inactivity so far as public speaking is concerned. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Pennsylvania Rail road company will be held In Phila delphia Tuesday. The motion for a new trial in the case of John R. Walsh, convicted of misapplying funds of the Chicago National hank, will be heard in the federal court at Chicago Tuesday. Conventions of the week that will attract attention will be he meeting ot the National Congress of Mothers iii this city and the first interna tional convention of the Young Peo ple's Missionary Movement, in Pitts burg. burg. An event of interest to a large section of the West and Southwest will be the annual meeting and ex hibition of the Texas Cattle Raisers' association at Fort Worth. FROM THE COUNTY RECORDS. GOSSIP FOR BASEBAL LFANS. (By Commercial Trust Co.) March 6, 1908—Deeds. James B. Flynn to Wm. L. Isbell, E Yi SW Yt 2-40-4 E„ $1000. Jacob Welch to John Shepard, E Yt NE A4, SW Y*, NE Y*. NE % PE Yt 7-37-2 E„ $550. Karriiah Townslte Co. to Minnie Elmore, lots 7, 10, block 14, Kam, Iah, $200. Geo. W. Crocker to Chas. H. Baldwin, lot 3, block 8, Thompson's Second addition, $1800. John P. Vollmer to Vollmer Clearwater Co., lot 17, block 34, Vollmer, $180. John P. Vollmer to Vollmer Clearwater company, lots 1 to 4, b>ock 64; lots 9, 10, block 20, Reu bens, $1000. Final Receipts. U. S. to Daniel Kettelson, SE Yt 4-37-2 E., $400. Patents. U. S. to Peter K. Knusen, N % SW Y*, W Yt SE Y*. 9-36-4 W. ü. S. to Earl Taylor, S Yi NE Y*. N Yt SE Y* 10-40-1 E. Russ Hall Has Denny Shay to Take Meyers' Place. Eddie Quinn, over In Spokane, is expressing surprise that the other magnates of the league are going to insist that the Rpokane games be played in Naatorlum park this year. Eddie is only "spoofing." When he got the franchise last year it was with the understanding that the games were to be played In Nata torium park. He failed to make good, and he was told last summer that he would have to come through this year or lose the franchise. He may tell the Spokane sport writers that he never heard of the matter before, but the fact remains that he was in Seattle about six weeks ago on practically that business. He has known all about It for months, so he cannot c'aim that some one 1« trying to force him out. He jobbed the league last year, but he will have to make good this time or quit. AT THE PASTIME. 'Ren Hur Maniac Ins^leT*. Fn-hant-d Glasses. Song—"Sweethearts and Roses.' I plipil W. cH fir ■: r Get tie Habit Buy your thing# of ua Tailored Suits of Quality A collection unrivaled for beauty, individuality of design, originality and up-to-dateness of styles. This stock is in a class by itself, It is so far superior in every respect to any other line you may see that comparison is ont of the question. Where else can you find such a varied assemblage of modish Suits? Where else can you find a stock where every Suit shown lias no duplicate? Where else is it possible to find a line combining all the features that are essential to complete satisfaction, style, material, workmanship, fit, individuality and exclusiveness. Your answer must be "Nowhere." There's positively no place where you are offered so much that is really pleasing in a Spring Cos tume as you will find right here in our Suit Department—Yon'll not clc yourself justice if von buy be fore seeing our Suits. Come in and spend a little while with us in ou Suit Section—there's where you'll find the most positive evidence and the most indisputable argument of this store's satisfaction p'iving qualities. Compare our Suifs and prk s with any voaVe seen; there can be but one result. You'll buy here. An unusually large assortment from $12:50 up to $45, Many exquisite models at $50, $65, $75 and up to $125. Hand Made Shirt Waists The new Shirtwaists we are showing are the correct styles for the coming season. Just what the most exclusive style shops of New York are exploiting today. You can't make a mistake if you select your spring waists from our immense new stock . Any size you wish, $1.00 up to 6.50 each. We have just received a number of extremely pretty Hand-Made White Waists. They're made of the finest sheer linen lawns, some plain, others checked or striped, made with hand-embroidered yokes with lnee insertion and fine tucks in a va riety of designs and every particle .of the work is done by hanJ. Priced $12.50 up to $17.50 each. Correct Styles of Belts Just mention the kind of belt you like and If it's new you'll find it among this magnificent assortment—Gold and Silver belts, combination of ltather and tinsel braids leather belts, plain anil fancy elastic belts, belts of velvet ribbon and cut steel heads, in fact every good and desirable style. Prices run from 25c to $3.00 1 RUMP CLOTHES Buy the Boy a New bpring Suit If you buy It here, you'll get your money's worth. You get a mit that will fit, one that's made up In the most becoming styles, and you'll get a a suit that will be serviceable. The pants are re inforced with double seat and knees, assuring double the wear ing qualities. Made of fancy worsteds, serges, cheviots, etc., in Russian and sailor blouses, Loop the-Loup, double or single breast ed two-piece suits. Here for boys 3 to 17 years, Hundreds to pick from and the prices are from 3.00 up. TRUMP CLOTHES There Is small reward for secret virtues. The wise girl Is she who darns stockings and pares potatoes ir> the front window, where all^men may observe her domesticity. Lewiston Abstract Co. BONDED AB8TRACTERS," Lewiston, Idaho, Room 3 Vollmer BIk. Phone Blaok 17t Office Phone Main 34. Residence, Red 1091. CHAS. N0RUN, PLUMBER. Steam and Hot Water Heat ing. Gas Fitting. Repair work promptly at tended to. YOU CAN EAT Goldman's Meat COLD STORAGE MARKET. Phone Main 239. < CLYDE J. VASSAR, UNDERT AKER. AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phone: Office, Red 331. Op posite I. 0. 0. F. HalL THE ENDLESS CHAIN With the coming of spring, squirrels gophers and sage rats regularly appear to devastate the fields of growing grain. Early In the season, when their natural food is scarce, their numbers may be groatly diminished by a systematic war fare upon them. Every female killed be fore the young are born, reduces the number of pests at least ten later on. "Woodlark" Squirrel Poison is the most reliable and destructive agent yet devised for their extermination. It Is an abso lutely certain Instrument of death for squirrels. Every kernel Is warranted to kill. Climatic changes, dew, frost, or the moisture of the. earth do not effect Ha strength. It requires no' mixing or prep aration, and Js always ready for use. No other is so good. Dealers will refund the purchase price. If not as claimed. The Hoyt Chemical Co., Portland, Oregon Raymond Hotel HEADQUARTERS FOR ;COM- ] MERCIAL [AND MINING MEN FINE GRILL IN CONNEC1 ION Daniel H. Robinson Proprietor W. P. HURLBUT, President M. W. BARNETT, Treasurer. 'K. a THOMAS, Vio« President. JAMES A8POA8, Secretary. H. K. BARNETT, Supervisor Abetrsot Department Commercial Trust Company Capital - - $1,000,000.00 General Banking and 1 rust Business. Abstracting and Fire Insurance. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. LEWISTON, IDAHO. The Newest Low Shoes These now Spring Shoes are deserving ot your < ' ns'deratkm. If there's a style that.' new you'll surely find it in this splendid stock ot Gibson and Sailor Ties, Pumps and Oxfords. They're here in blacks and tans and you can choose t the kind of leather that pleases you hest, patents, velour or vici kid. They are made with the view of giving the wearer the greatest amount of com fort, style and service. Priced reasonably, too. $3.00 to $5.00 Shell Hair Ornaments No matter what your wants may be In hatr ornaments this store is prepared to satisfy you. Plain and fancy side combs, 10c to $1.00 a pair. Plain or fancy back combs, 25c to $5.00 each. An jndless varitey of shell and horn hair pins In dozens of shapes and lengths, either in shell or amber colors, at prices from 15c a dozen up to 25c each.