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>♦♦$11 Rev. Anderson has returned from Lacrosse. Wash., where he preached last Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Davidson's sister is vis iting here from the east. She expects to remain here during the summer. J. N. Never«, of Minnesota, is in this city looking over the country with an idea of permanently locating here. He is the guest of his old »friend O. B. Nelson. The W. O. W. will give a dance to night (Friday). A great many invita tions were sent out and a large crowd is expected. The band orchestra furnish the music. Mr. Roy Kink left Sunday morning for his home in F'ortland. Oregon. Mr. Fink has made many friends during his brief stay in Clarkston and is greatly missed among his associates. Mrs. Dwyer will entertain the Kpis copal guild members this afternoon at her home with a social and the public Is invited to attend the aiTair. A nom inal charge of to'cents will be made. Wednesday night the Clarkston band gave an open air concert at the corner of Sixth and Sycamore which was greatly enjoyed by a large crowd. The band is Improving rapidly and is one of the finest organizations in this part of the country. At the session of the city council Wednesday night a number of bills were read and allowed. The city or dered a sidewalk constructed one half mile in length along Seventh street from Chestnut to the fair grounds. The sidewalk Is to be five feet four Inches wide and is to be completely con structed by July 1. At the meeting of the school board Tuesday night the following appoint ments were made on the text book commission: Otis Randall, chairman: Miss Blanche Clark. W. K. Howard, Henry Clark, G. C. Tyler. The com mission has the power to call for bids letting contracts for a supply of books for five years. The commission will probably meet Saturday and call for III ' FRUIT FOR THE FAIR Part of Washington Exhibit Shipped From Tacoma for Portland. Tacoma. Wash., April 26.—Several large boxes containing the state hor ticultural collection exhibited at the St. Louis exposition were shipped to Port land from headquarters of State Hor ticulturist Van Holderheke, In Tacoma, yesterday. The exhibit will be placed In the Washington building at the Lewis and Clark fair. In variety and attractiveness the display will excej any heretofore made by the state of Washington, as large additions will be made to the exhibit made at St. Louis. Everything is in a fine state of pres ervation. It is also Intended to have fresh fruit on exhibit In season. WANT SAMPLE8 OF PLATINUM Gaological Survoy to Assist in Homo Production of tho Motal. Victor C. Heikes, field assistant in the geological survey is at the Idanhit. He Is making a tour of the state for the purpose of gathering statistics, and at 4be same time is promoting a work undertaken by the survey that may prove of great value to miners, says the Boise Statesman. It is the desire of the survey to en courage the production of platinum and for this purpose it has undertaken to make an analysis of any ores or sands supposed to contain that or any other rare and valuable metal. Miners having such Aintld 'or ores are Invited to send sample* pf fiv pounds to tlîe office In 'Washington. If It is found to justify it an expert wilt 4 b* sent to make :iq e v nmlnu.io i. The latter will tuk-» a larger «ample, if he -«».'-I 1*0 VI ZENITH BALL BFARÏNG LA'V\ MOWERS The Rest Machin <<• «'••• \!;i"ket WtkmLMn Mower* fron. $4.50 bo $13.75 ich Myers (8b Neyland bids. At the meeting the board con sidered the advisability of issuing $8. 000 in bonds and have decided to call for an election to determine whether a vote will be favorable to the action. At the present time there is a five mill tax levy already provided for tint will he unnecessary if the issue carries. Next Monday steam will be turned on the the new auxiliary steam plant of the Lewiston Clarkston company, which Is Heated J'ist below the bridge. The handsome new building Is all com pleted and the machinery and boilers have been Installed. The fires will be lighted In the furnaces and the work of testing th< intricate machinery will be In progress for a week. The com pany expect to he able to turn on the electric current i:t about two weeks and will lie ready to supply the towns of Miscow and Genesee with electr"' current about June 1. Engineer Ran som. of the company, has just returned from an Inspection of the line« and the sub-stations at Moscow and Gen esee and he states that the latter are all equipped and ready for the current. At Genesee the connections are also in place for the Genesee roller mills, --itv pumping plant, chop mills and ma chine shop and residence anti business lighting. At Moscow power will serve the old light plant now In operation The company is now contemplating furnishing service to Pullman,' Colton and Unlontown. Mr. Ransom will leave next week with a force of men for the purpose of making repairs ot1 the new line. The auxiliary plant has a capacity of 1,000 horse power. School Vote«. Clarence Goff returned to school Monday after several weeks of sick ness. Miss Lois Pelton was absent during the former part of the week on ac count of sickness. * The ninth grade having finished their study of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" began the stndv of "The Merchant of Venice" Thursday. find« the ground promising, this sam ple being sent to the exhibit made by the survey at the Portland exposition. There It will he treated to determine the best methods of concentration. When these steps shall have been taken, the owner will be Informed whether he has a valuable deposit, and he w ill also he advised as to the pro per method of treatment. Platinum Is very generally found In placer sands. It has been met with in Idaho and is rather expected that some payable de can be found In this state, es neclsllv along the Snake river and in Long vnlley. Mr. Heikes f"rnt«hes tag« to tie used In shipping samples to Washington, together with forms and envelopes. SOME EXCELLENT PRODUCTIONS Now Being Run at the Binnard Opera House by the Keith Stock Co. Tin- high I l ie* performances now be ing s i ged at the Binnard opera house by t'a- Keith Stuck company Is bring ing high commendation from all classes of (beater*goers of Lewiston. By Dur the best attraction placed on the stage «in.-e It« run In tills city is the "Count of Motile Cristo." and the acting and • Ini orate stage effects together with •lie especially fine costumes worn by the performers Is a credit to the man agement. At every performance of Monte Cristo the house was packed to standing room and each performance wa* greatly appreciated. The success of the «'„iw compelled the company, by «pec'V I request, hi produce the play ag In Thursday night. 1 '■ ' i 1 ' voir-puny will produce ll'< h Ig lu Adet . «(«nedy "My Wife." F « e,i.; , ci-,, he«, been taken by Mr. Lawrence to bring out the best talent of his company in this play and there is little doubt but what the most crit ical audience will be entirely satisfied. At the production of this play ' you must be prepared to laugh. A special Invitation has been issued by the house to all children in the city under the age of 1'.' years to enjoy the show Sat urday afternoon free of charge when such children are accompanied by older persons. Sunday night "Tennessee's Partner" will be the bill. WESTERN DIRECTORS MEET Consider Contract for Big New Trans continental Line San Francisco, April 26.—Three of the local directors of the Western Pa cific departed last evening for New York, where they are to attend the important meeting railed by George Gould for the purpose of organizing the board of directors and placing con tracts for the construction of the big new transcontinental road. The direc tors who left town last evening were J. Dulzell Brown, David F. Walker and J. A. Bachelder. Another ■ local direc tor. A. C. Kalns, has already left for the east. TheLew iston Inter-Stae New s has the largest circulation of any paper in Northern Idaho. MOSCOW'S NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY It will be a Handsome Structure when Completed—Will Cost $9,500 Moscow, April 27. — Contractor Knapp, who Is to build the Carnegie library, Is expected from Boise In a day or two, and the work on the build ing will start shortly. The contract price for the building is low, being only $9,500, which In cludes everything—heating apparatus, plumbing, wiring for lights, bringing water into the building, book racks, fireplaces, painting a"nd everything down to two ornamental brackets for electric lights at the entrance. The basement of the building will contain the furnace, coal room, work room and a club ropm 43x22, where meetings and entertainments can be held. At the entrance Is a small room for bicycles. The heating will be hot air. and will be up to date tri- all respects. On the first floor will be the stack rooms to contain 6.000 volumes. These w ill be behind the librarian's desk and can lie reached only by' passing through a turnstile. On the right hand side of the desk is a second turnstile, through which persons getting books must pass out. as the gates only Work one way. The desk commands a view of the stacks. To the right and in front of the i desk is a large reading room. Each has 1 a fireplace jo add coziness to the ap- ;l pearance of the rooms and improve \ the ventilation. The floors are to hp finished In Ore gon fir in its natural color«. The ceilings are to be what Is knogui aa beam ceilings, and the efTect will be neater than piaster. There la a small room in the rear of this floors for the board of directors. ' The building will be of white press- ] ed brick and with Tepino sandstone] base. The window sills will be trim med » Ith sapdstone. The roof will be tiled. The floors In the tfllçt. room will be tiled and the remainder of. the flooring will he of Oregon fir. The building faces west, and the site I« on the corner Becorrd and JefTerson streets. If everything progresse« ftvrwr aWy the library should be reedy for occupancy by September. OOOOOCCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO O' Uf tar o O ASOTIN COUNTY DH» ECTOR Y O O O OOOOOOOOOOÛOOOOOOOOOOOOQQD Aaotin County Offictrt. County auditor, C. S. Florence. County treasurer. W. G. WoodrufT. , County sheriff, R. H. Richards. • Prosecuting attorney, G. H. Runa ',menr. ' /j ' 1 ^ . ' County assessor. F. E., Brown. • .. County clerk. M. P. Shaughnessey.', County si-hool superintendent, Lillian (Clemen*. , * County surveyor. Jay Swum. County coroner. R. H. Merchant. County com.', district No. 1, R Dow nen. . . I A 'ill County com., district No. 2. F Co uity com., district No. 3. Cowan. Body.} C. T. 1 Clarktton Town Officer*. Mayor. F. E. Brown. Co incllmen. W. O. Bond. A. S. Bur nett. V. Andm-soti. A. J. Wood Wnd FM. •Bradford. ' - Treasurer.- ,L. H, Latina. 7 • ^ Town clerk. Wm. Porter. ■ Marsh*!, Al IÎ. f)t»v. 1 ^ Clarkston Civic 1 Sociotioa. * p-'. * A. M„ V, D.—Regular comm unie* - <*tion second and fourth Monday. H« • sonic hall. R. V. Kuhn. W. M.. L. R » Lahn, secretary. J. G. o. F—Clarkston lodge No. Kf7. ' Every fctftm-day Mining. Bradford • Hall. Ira Cook. X. O.. Oscar Olson, • • V.*6.* ••«••••s$s**a- «•*-•« D. OF R.—Clarkston lodge No 125; first and third Tuesday, Bradford hall. D. OF R.—Rose Leaf Lodge No. 152; second and fourth Tuesday, Bradford hall. Lena Windus, N. G.. Grace Anderson, recording secretary. UNITED ARTISANS—Morning Stai lodge No. 167. Meets first and third Wednesdays. G. A. R.—John M. Palmer Post, No. 102; meets Saturday at Bradford hall. MODER N W O ODM EN— Clarkston camv; meets first Monday of each month. Chas. Lambert. V. C., C. W Hunton, clerk. W. OF W.—Meets first and Wednesday of each month. Hooper, C. C., W. M. clerk. WOMANS RELIEF OORPS—Meets al ternate Wednesdays at 2 p. m.. at Bradford hall. Mrs. K. Waite, presi dent, Mrs. H. Blair, secretary. ROYAL NEIGHBORS—Meets second and fourth Tuesdays in Bradford hall. Mrs. Fanny Smith, Oracle, Mrs. Mary Day. vice oracle. WOMEN OF WOODCRAFT—No. 114, Meets second and fourth Wednesdays at Bradford hall. Della Steves. G. N., Alice Bradfieid, clerk. third R. B. Clemenson. i £ 1 * ;l » \ ^ Churches. METHODIST EPISCOPAL—Rev. J. E. Williams, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.; preaching service 11, children's church 2:30 v. m., Pentecostal ser vice 4, Epworth League 6. preaching 7. prayer meeting, Thursday 7. ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL—Rev. Fran cis V. Baer, restor. Sunday schoo 1 10 a. m., morning prayer 11, evening prayer 7 p. m.; holy communion first Sunday in each month at 11 a. m.. Services at Asotin in the M. E. church every second Sunday. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Rev. J \V. Hood, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m.. preaching service 11, Junior C E. 3 p. m., C. F2. 6, preaching service 7, prayer meeting Thursday 7:30. CHRISTIAN CHURCH—Rev. W. L. McCullough, pastor, Sunday school 10 a. in., preaching service 11. Junior C. E. 3 p. m., C. E. 6, preaching ser vice 7. prayer meeting, Thursday 7. BAPTIST CHURCH—Rev. R. J. Bar bee. pastor; Sunday school 10 a. m.; preaching service 11, ever»- Sunday in Goetchiu's hall. ADVENTIST CHURCH—Rev. J. H Stukey, pastor. Sunday senool 10 a. m. preaching service 11. evening ser vfee 7 p. m„ prayer meeting. Wednes day 7. NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN—Rev. O. K. Anderson, pastor. Breaching ser vices first and second Sundays of each month. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE HOLY FAITH—Rev. Father Valpallna. Mass every Sunday morning at 10 O'clock. Sewing cir cle meets every Tuesday. Mrs. S. Shaner of Minneapolis is in the city visiting with her sister Mrs. A. J. Mcbonald. THAT YOU CAN GET, A GOOD SUIT MADE BT t • F or %rt? ! i "•tMSS"» Il s Clippings from Our Limited Quantity Sale FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL 28 and 29 MEN'S CLOTHING The H. R and M. and Stein-Rloeli lines stand in a class by themselves. If any suits should b*. bought in our J.o se and prove unsatisfactory every cent, Of your money will be ref uvdnij. We place on sale foi; Friday ang Sat urday one lot of Men's nuits; absolute ly new. styles of the latest designs; sizes 34 to 44. Not a one in the lot worth less than $16. Friday and Sat urday $12.50. . we a*re going to close out at * size MEN'S FANCY HALF HOSE To make loom for a large stock of f^ncy half hose Juwt arrived, we are compelled to cut out several almost new line*. Not a pair' but what Is worth a hundred cents on the dollar. Pretty styles in fancy mixtures; also some in plain colors; none worth'less than 35 cents; Rome a* high a* 50 ct*. To close quick. 25 cent*. MEN'S HALF HÖSE Another lot of about 50 dozen fancy half hose: splendid V alues 0or Special price Fridsty iii»d> S|t twMrs fnr n.nt. iOjuents. tirdflj . 2 pairs for 25 cent*.■ MEN'S SUSPENDERS One .lot of men's Kuspender*: good elastic In every pair, strong web ends; regular 35 cent sellers. Friday, apft j $ Saturday, 19 cents. SILK WAIST SPECIALS f Is that very low figure. If you see your , in the lot dip the price out and look the waist or waists over the next tim* :n \.:.c store. They are *naps. No. 1075—Three waists In crepe lle l'inné; pink, blue and white: sizes 34 and 36; trimmed with braid aid silk buttons: regular $10. For quick selling. No. I"d0—one silk waist; pink taffe ta; sire 34: accord Ian pleated, regular *8.50. Take this away for *4.25. No. 1056—One silk waist: color blue: size 34: fancy lace yoke with shirre body and sleeves; regular $10. fin close quick. *5. No. 950—One ladies' waist; color, deep cream; trimmed with black b'ai and buttons: regular *8.56. *4.25. No. K90—One light blue "Ilk lip'itd-omely trimmed with black ribbon and buttons; regular $<.50. Go ing at half price, *3.75. , No. 117. r n— Onç blue silk waist. s ' V; Itcatu rrlmifted with braid and b' 1 Jt.gN: regulièr *f50. Closing figured J* :<*n. Wo—One' pink silk waist, hand somely finished with t. * ks and f->P Ing; 'sine *4: sdbl at *7.5«: closing 5*' urv *3.75, : ' , . No. 165—tune light blue silk size 36: fancy tucked yoke, trimmed : alpfilkiue;' sold'*t <97.50: >mw *3.73. pink. »'«■ ' ■ trimmed , dose. waist velvet We Hat for your information good bargains In seasonable No. 900—One silk waist, separate ! w hile ' silk Ront with black velvet buttons and créa nppHqbe: body of waist ncHtl> ,u ' k Lew Iston Idaho i.'u, m————»**®* O. fl. KJflgj CAST0RIA fa «mal xmMrrr. *<C€C**K Allow no one to deceive v„„T*** All Counterfeits, Imitations and «« Jus^as-tood»»,** ^ • Experiments that trifle with and endanger th« i , .*** Infant a and Children—Experience against What is CASTOR 1A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor oil p. Sorte, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is IMeuutMbT contains neither Opium, Morphine nor otherJhuLi! " substance. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys Zt and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and wZ Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Consthndw and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulstïtS Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. ^ GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Lewiston-Clarkston Co. I Succeeding Lewiston Water end Power Co.) ; Clarkston, Wash. : : : Lewiston, Idaho V Vr. electric power, all purposes ' i Electric Lights In Seven Towns » Manufacturing Site* Lewiston-CIarkston Bridge Clarkston Water Work« Irrigated Fruit Lands Residence arid Business Fites I have recently i cei\ed a t-irpni ill of Extra Heavy Team Harne«*, : ml also liter Don IV e ami Single Ha i;e-s, an our prices are just right I also hate a ■nipiete line of i : planet Jr. Garden Tools, Spray Pumps, Garden Hose and Lawn Sprinklers My stock of Vehicles, Farm and Spring '\ agon*. Plows. Se> eer> and Drills :s CMiupl ie and we will not be urdersold. (live me a call ar.d >ee fur vonr*elf Il Louis Oelsol I •« W. IHorr «a». Manager.