W t H I
Stones of Street» and Town
harvesters are busy—very busy
, sS crozier has returned from a
visit to the coast.
Diversity of enterprises is needed to
build up a t0WT1 -
A- Neyiand was an arrival on the
gpokane train yesterday.
tv. Tannahill left Sunday for
to the prairie country.
jlr, Sarah Flynn returned a few
m s ago from a trip to Oroflno.
Lewiston offers superior advantages
w manufacturers to locate here.
Father Post was an arrival on the
train from Spokane Saturday evening.
Dr Phillips and wife have returned
from their trip to the Portland expo
C. H. Lingenfelter has returned from
a visit to the Lewis and Clark fair at
f L x. McCarty and wife are back
from an extended visit with rriends on
A C. Elliott and wife have returned
from a visit to the Lewis and Clark ex
M. Donzac left this morning for a
visit to Yellowstone park and points in
j. H. Schtldts and wife were arri
vals in the city yesterday from a trip
W. S. Thompson and wife, of Ore
gon. are visiting relatives in the city
Miss Grennis left on the owl train
Monday night for a visit to the coast
Mrs. Edtninson was a passenger on
the Spokane train Sunday from a visit
to the coast.
F. W. Goddard has opened an em
ployment office at room 311 in the
Mrs. Oscar Franklin will leave to
morrow for an extended visit with
relatives in Debeque, Colorado.
Miss Helen Grannis left yesterday
for Vernon Center, Minnesota, for a
visit with friends and relatives.
H. C. Williamson and sons. Clyde
and Clarence, have gone to the We
natchee section to be absent about two
Geo. K. Reed and wife, of Grange
ville. were among the arrivals on the
boat Sunday from the Portland ex
Mrs. John P. Vollmer and daughter
Norma left Monday night on the Spo
kane train for a visit to Portland and
The house tlv. if in good condition,
U Is said, can lay 20,000 eggs in one
season. It's a pity a fly can't be graft
ed on a hen.
Ralph Hall and wife, of Gifford, were
in the city a few days ago. Mr. Hall
came down to make final proof on his
homestead near Gifford.
Conductor Tinling on the the night
train from Spokane, is taking a layoff
and D. D. Bos worth is filling the posi
tion during Mr. Tinling's absence.
J Oillikson, of Blue Earth, Minn.,
and John McLaughlin, are in the city,
the guests of Frank Cole. Mr. Mc
Laughlin is a brother-in-law of Mr.
Mrs. Gayman. who has been here
visiting with her brother. Jap Mounce.
left this morning for her home at New
Cambrick. Missouri. Mrs. Gayman
will go via Portland and visit the ex
William Quinn and J. H. Clark left
Monday morning for Judkins on the
lower Snake river where they will be
employed at Murphy's warehouse. Mr.
Clark until recently was an employee
on the steamer Spokane.
J S. Skinner and daughter Ella left
Sunday for Portland to visit the ex
position. They w-ill be absent about
two weeks and w ill spend several da> s j
at the seaside. On their return they
.will stop off at Tacoma and Spokane
for a short visit with friends.
Mrs. Dudley Strain, of Spokane, who
has been visiting for some time past
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
Rice, of Clarkston. will leave in a few
days for Pomeroy, where she will
®P*nd a short time visiting old-time
friends before returning home.
T^e nevv fl re | >p || vvhich w'as pur
chased a short time ago under contract
from the firm that the bell should he
POid for provided it proved satisfac
tory, will be returned, the council de
ciding that it does not meet the re
quirements of the city's demands F
R- F. Marquis and wife were arrivals
in the city Saturday from a trip to
Portland. Mr. Marquis is general
•gent of the Bankers' Reserve Life In
surance Company, of Omaha. More
territory has recently been added by
the company to his district, which will
necessitate the removal of his head
quarters from this place to Oregon.
J- H. Chamberlain, of the Warman
Blark-Chamberlaln Co., of Indianapo
lis. was an arrival in the city Satur
day from the Clearwater section. Mr.
Chamberlain is buying horses and eg
Wets to ship 27 rar load's from here on'
the 20th Inst. He has Just closed a
deal with W J Cleirmens. of Anatone
tor 500 heaH* «ni Ke included in'
ft. 7.« M, =o.h.
Dr. J. B. Morris is back from
G. A. Nehrhood has returned from a
trip to the coast cities.
J. F. Thompson has returned from a
business trip to Spokane.
Miss Washburn is back from a trip
to the Lewis and Clark fair.
Adam Schubert, of Boise, was a visi
tor in Lewiston this week.
Mr. Leonard, a Culdesac merchant,
was a visitor in Lewiston Saturday.
P. J. Hester has moved into his fine
new residence on Blanchard Heights.
S. R. Hogan was an arrival on the
9 o'clock train from Stltes Saturday.
Attorney John Green, of Culdesac,
was in the city yesterday on legal busi
Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark have gone for
a short visit at the exposition at Port
J. M. Harrington left Saturday for
his farm on Bear ridge, to be absent
about a week.
E. E. Dibble and wife are in the c>ty
from Kansas, the guests of their son,
L. L. Dibble.
M. H. Harmon came down from Fra
ser Saturday and will remain through
the harvest season.
Dr. Perkins was among the passen
gers on the boat Sunday from the T,ew
is and Clark exposition.
Mexican chili con carne and a full
line of sandwiches at the Cove restau
rant. Phone 121.
R. C. Beach, of the Bee Hive Depart
ment Store, has gone east to purchase
his fall supply of goods.
D. Caffery was an arrival on the
boat Sunday from a trip to Portland
and other coast towns.
Louis Edwards and bride arrived
yesterday from Portland and were
serenaded by the band last night.
Parlament, of Spokane, has j
uecepted a position ns stenographer for
the law ttrm of Anderson & Nickerson.
The picknickers are enjoying them
selves. The weather is propitious and
bids fair to continue so for several
W. C. Cooper held the lucky number
which drew the suit of clothes at the
drawing held Saturday night by H. F.
Mrs. H. C. Bauman and children, of
Clarkston, were arrivals on the boa»
Sunday from a trip to the Lewis and
O. Weisgerber and Mrs. Weisgerber
were arrivals on the Spokane train
Saturday morning from a visit to th
Pa louse country.
Louis McCabe is in the city from
Atchison. Kansas. Mr. McCabe is an
uncle of M. D. Mills of this place, with
whom he is visiting.
Hugh Campbell and Lee Davis ex
pect to leave today or tomorrow for an
outing in the Craig mountains. They
will be absent about three weeks.
Roscoe Hadley returned this morning
from a trip to Spokane, where he met
traveling men and purchased goods for
the fall trade of the Vollmer Depart
One of our printers is trying to bribe
us to snv that ice cream spoils a girl's
complexion, makes them how legged
and so on. but we wont he bought to
prevaricate that way.
gone to Portland
steward on the!
Edward Scott has
to accept a position
steamer T. J. Potter, plying on the I
Columbia river. Mr. Scott was for- |
merly steward on the Spokane between
T^-wiston and Riparia.
W. W. .Tanne and wife are expected
to arrive In the city this week to visit
vith P. Murch. of the Oregon Lodging
House. Mrs. Janne is a sister of Mr.
Murch and the two have not met for
3T years. Mr. Janne is traveling agent
for a New York wholesale firm.
J C. Larkins is in the city from near
Kigln, Oregon. Mr. Larkins came up
to put in the harvest season in the
Lewiston valley. He reports the finest
crops for years in the Elgin country,
but says the harvest there is from two
to three weeks later than in this sec
The remains of Jacob Btrehlen. who
died from appoplexy a few days ago
w ' er e shipped to Galesburg. Illinois.
Sunday night at the request of his
father and sister, who reside at the
above place. The body was prepared
for shipment by C. J ^ assnr. of the
Vassar Fndertaking parlors.
I The Keith stock company g.
farewell performance at tlie
theatre last night and Mr. T
will go to Vancouver, where
ve their i
a w retire ,
pear at th
join the Raymond Theatrical company.
While Mr. Richards will Join the Clara,
Mathes company in British Columbia. f
. tn. romnanv it i«
Other members of the company, it is
here and ap
('. A. Yanr. narrowly escaped being
kited last week near Sweetwater. Mr.
Yann arrived in the city Saturday and
said that he was riding on the hand- j
or 14 other men when he
Car Crowded 'off and fell beneath the
one of them striking him '
on' on the head, making an ugly Ml»
a wound. He was taken to Culdesac.
I where a physician was summoned and
in' several stitches were required to close
; .P U» eve.
J. L. Goodnight was in the city Sat
urday on business.
Ed. L. Wiggins and wife left today
for a trip to Portland.
Go to the Cove Restaurant for fine
chill con carne. Phone 121. 3t
Charles Morrison returned Saturday
from a trip to Pierce City.
Miss Claire Morris has returned
from a visit to the Portland fair.
Attorney F. E. Fogg Is transacting
business In Grangeville this week.
W. W. Leeper was an arrival on the
Spokane train yesterday afternoon.
Harry Adains left on the night train
Sunday to visit a short time with
relatives at Wallace.
Mrs. H. Russell has gone to Russell,
Iowa, where she will spend the sum
mer visiting relatives.
Miss Luella Clark, graduate nurse,
was an arrival on the Clearwater train
Saturday from a visit to Stltes.
Joe Cox Is In the city from High
Point, North Carolina, visiting his
uncle, Mr. Dundas.
Mr. Bowman was in the city Satur
day en route home to Nezperce from
trip to the Sound country.
Mrs. C. W. Shaft and daughter left
Sunday for Janesville, Idaho, where
they will visit for some time:
B. F. Bush, of the Spokane roominj
house, returned Saturday from a visit
to the Lewis and Clark fair.
Mrs. Hepner. of Clarkston, returned
on the Spokane train Saturday from
a visit with friends at Colfax.
Mrs. Walter I.eeper and children are
visiting in Idaho county and will be
absent for several weeks.
• C. Thompson was an arrival in the
city yesterday from lower river points
on tiis way home at Ahsahkn.
Mrs. D. B. Hilbert and children left
yesterday for a visit to the exposition
and other points on the coast.
Dr Klnkiy was an arrival on the
boat Sunday evening from a trip to
Portland and the cities on the Sound.
Mrs. L. W. Robinson has returned to
Chambers. Washington, after a week's
visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M.
Dr. J. G. Lenz and Mrs. Lenz arrived
in Lewiston Saturday from California,
where they have been visiting for
some time past.
A. F. Broo. who recently disposed of
his shoe shop in this city to C. Serely
left Saturday night for a two month's
visit on the coast.
Ben Gruhs and wife left Sunday for
a visit to the Portland fair and Mr
Gruhs will also attend to some busi
ness matters while there.
Blondell and Annie Stookey. children
of P. E. Stookey, left on the morning
train Saturday for a visit with thpir
uncle. Reed Stookey. at Moscow.
W. A. Jones wns tn the city Satur
day on business from Grangeville. Mr.
Jones is a stock dealer and was here
to arrange for the sale of some horse-'.
Mrs. Jap Mounce has returned frrtm
Seattle, where she went several weeks
ago being summoned to the bedside of
her sister. Mrs. Neighbor, who has
since died and was buried at Seattle.
H. Reeves was in the city from Waba
Saturday getting supplies and looking
for harvest hands. Mr. Reeves says he
has commenced haying and will have
between two and three hundred tons of
the finest wheat and timothy hay.
I Frank Nelson, of Tammany. \
the city Saturday on business
Nelson has just completed the thresh
ing of 7 acres of a new variety of bar
ley which he sowed last fall The
grain was sown to test the productive- *
ness of the variety and it averaged '**
about 84 bushels to the acre.
Bam tie! Wolff manufacturer of the
famous H. & K. cigar, returned today |
from :• trip to the Coeur d'Alene coun- j
try Mr. Wolff Just rerentfv purchased
the H. & K. factory here and is nnk- j
ing a trip over the country to become !
acquainted with his patrons. He will
leave in a few d ivs to visit the prat- !
The hod \ of William Wes lev p.leke
man arrived on' the Clearwater line
yesterday morning from Spalding and
the funeral serv ires were conducted
' from the train. Rev. C. F. Rea'id ream
I of the Christian church delivering the
address at the grave. The 4 remains
were in charge of tTndertaker C. J.
D C. Howard, of the Lewiston Paint
i nnd Varnish Do., made a business trip
I ,as? through the Nezperce and
, Camas prairie countries. Mr. Howard
said he had heard a great deal about
the fine wheat crop of that section, hut
that It was far better than he had an
f »cipated. the whole country appearing
to 1)6 a continuous field of grain of the
flneBt quality, and was an inspiring |
sight He says the grain is now ready
to harvest and there seems to be a j
scarcity of hands owing to so many 1
going to the mines at this season of the
' O GILT EDGE CANDY CO. O
O MeN.ll «. Ervin. Prop. O
O Gilt Edge Ice Cream and C'an-.O
| O dies, the finest in the land. O
O New Grosto.n BIV . Main Straet O
Attorney Morgan is in the city from
Moscow on legal business.
James Langan of the Imperial Cigar
Store, is In Spokane this week on busi
The Woodmen of the World held
their regular meeting last night and
transacted some business for the order.
Frank.Edwards and wife were visit
ors today from Culdesac. They re-1
turned home on the Clearwater train.
Janies Reeves Will leave for the
Hump country tomorrow, where he Is
In trested In some mining property. He
has Just returned from a trip to Mon
Edward Norhurg, of Gould City, Wn„
was a passenger on the boat this morn
ing en route home from Juliaetta,
where he has been visiting friends and
E. Bickford and family, of Grange
vtlle, arrived In the city this morning
on the Clearwater train and left on the
steamer Lewiston for Portland to visit
the fair. They will be absent about 20
E, L. Wiggins and family left for the
Lewis and Clark exposition via boat
this morning. Mrs, Wiggins and chil
dren will remain at Portland during
the summer. They were accompanied
by Miss Galloway.
P. H. Cone is furnishing the brick
used In the construction of the Idaho
Trust Company's building on the cor
ner of Fifth and Main streets. Mr.
Cone manufactures the brick at his
plant In the eastern part of the city.
Miss Anna Ryan arrived In the city
Saturday from Emmettsburg, Iowa.
Miss Ryan is a niece of W. and P. J.
Hester, of this place, and will remain
for a couple of weeks visiting with her
uncles. She has been to the Portland
fair and spent some time visiting with
her brothers at Spokane before coming
W. C. Brooks lias petitioned the
council for a lease of a portion of
Church street. The part of the street
Mr. Brooks desires to lease is located
at the rear of his property and is not
in use at the present time. He agrees
to vacate the street upon 30 days' no
tice from the council in case the city
should at any time desire to have it
opened to the public.
It is understood that the contractors
of the Idaho Trust Company's build
ing at the corner of Fifth and Main
streets, have been requested to furnish
estimates for adding a fourth story to
the brick block now In course of con
struction It Is nlso expected that aft
elevator will be installed and persons
wishing to avoid climbing the hill can
ride up in the elevator at about one
cent a trip.
Tlie city council has granted the
Idaho Granite Company a lease on 200
feet of water front on Snake River
avenue for wharfage purposes, nnd a
place to establish a polishing plant.
The contract calls for the placing of
tl.ooo worth of Improvements on the
property within the first year and $230
annuallj thereafter until the sum of
$2.300 has been expended. The lease
is for ten years and the Granite Com
pany is to pay $10 a month rental dur
ing the life of the lease.
♦ For fine confectionery, cigars, to- <
* baccos, etc, go to 484 East Main. J
^Also Ice cream and soft drinks. ♦
• Everything neat and first-class.
• J. A. LANDIS, Prop.
City Transfer Co
does a general (fray
ing business tn al!
parts of the citv. Light
and heavy hauling of
DUNCAN & CO Props
Offiice Phone Z471
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YOU SHOULD USE
MILLS' Harness and Saddles
They are Standard Goods. Up-to-Date Styles
The Price is Right. Our Aim is to Produce
It has been appreciated. Our reward is a
steadily increasing business : . ;
THE BEST FARMERS
Are Carrying off a jag of our Harness; getting
ready for Harvest. Join the Procession. The
best is none too good for the Horse :
Branch Store at
M. D. MILLS
43) iÆiii St
The only real genuine bargains in first class material,
hand tailored, all wool, in cheviots and worsteds, cleaning
up sale of Suits for v
that • r vlll be ottered this reason.
This Is only a plain proposition to you, without flourish
or bombast. No sensational advertising: for you to pay.
We give you more VALUE
Look us up on HATS -$1.85 for the $3 and $3.50.
GIDDENS St WATSON
LEWISTON'S GREATEST CLOTHIERS
(vFO H I A If F Jewelry. Watches, Silver
ULU * 11# ware. Engraving and
316 MAIN STREET Repairing _^_ «
♦44 H4M»H « ll»W 4t
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Valley Lumber & Mfg. Co.
General Mill Work. Clearwater Lime, Ce
ment, Lumber in Quarter Sawed Oak, Maple,
Fir, Pine, Tamarac and California Red Wood.
The most complete stock and the : :
Best Equipped Factory in the Inland Empire
►»♦♦♦ m i' M I H II M S M Ill
( Succeeding L.wiaton Watar and Power Co.)
Clarkston, Wash. Lewiston, Idaho
Water-electric power, all purposes
Electric Lights In Beven Towns
Clarkston Water Work*
Irrigated Fruit Lands
Residence and Business Bites
COLD STORAGE MARKET
Ca C. GOLDMAN, Prop.
Only Brand on the Market
Opposite Postoffice Phone 4AI
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