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M ill ♦♦♦♦ ♦ < ! I I* I | |H | » 4 H ******* "M-f Tillman Bell made a business trip to Greer Monday g o. Maxon was an arrival from Sweetwater yesterday morning. j, rf . A. A. Masters won the kodak ,,,'the drawing at the Owl Drug store. | William Elliot of Clarkston, return ^ Sunday from a visit to Walla Wala. Roscoe Hadley was an arrival on tue morning train from Spokane yes terday* judge Ailshie was a passenger Sat urday on the af ternoon train for Orangeville. jack B el1 an< * wlfe 'returned Sunday afternoon from a trip to the Lewis & dark exposition. Mr and Mrs. Farrisfc were arrivals yesterday morning from Portland en route home at Asotin. Mr. Clemmans, of Clarkston, return ed on the boat Sunday evening from a trip to the lower country. Miss Catherine Fix was a passenger on the morning train yesterday for a visit with friends at Spokane. Stanley Rankin left on the Spokane passenger train yesterday morning for a week's visit with friends at Spo kane. Mrs. Loman and children .left Sunday for the medows near Warren where they will spend the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Frank Cole and her brother, Mr. McLaughlin, who is Just out* from the east, are taking in the fair this week atPortland. Doc Taylor and family left Saturday afternoon on the Clearwater train for j a summer's outing In the mountains j near Kooskia. [ T LnnghO'n arrived on the af* * noon train yesterday from Nashua. Iowa, for *. visit with his son. W. R. Longhorn of this city. Mrs Rester and her daughter.. Mrs. Atkinson, and Miss Alice Coburn, left on the morning train «Sunday for a visit at Juliaetta. R. F Marquis and family left on the Clearwater train yesterday afternoon for a three weeks' outing in the moun tains near Orangeville. P. T Lomax and family are taking an outing in the mountains this week. They are accompanied by A. Wann, of Wallula. who is a brother of Mrs. Lo max. H. Simpson left on the Spokane pas senger yesterday morning for Portland where he will play in the band which is furnishing the music for the ex position. Robert Schleicher was an arrival on the morning train from Spokane Sat urday. He hfts just made an extended trip through the Yellowstone National Park. j Lieutenant Avery Cummings, who ! G has been visiting with E.* G. Cum - J mings. of this city, left on tbe boni Saturday for Wnllula. where he will visit relatives. Mrs. E. P. Illsley and son Wilbur left Sunday on the steamer Lewiston for a two weeks visit at the Portland exposition. They were accompanied by Mr. John Elisbury. father of Mrs. Illsley. George Ruddell und family, left Mon day morning for a visit at Portland. While absent Mr. Ruddell will attend to some business matters at Tacoma. They were accompanied by Mr. Isaac Mounee, father of Mrs. Ruddell. The interior Improvements made this j tains near Kendrick. outing in the week by Bert Younkman at the O. K. barber shop have added greatly to th* appearance of the place. The wood work has all been repainted and grain ed giving it the appearance of a fine oak finish. The Misses Rich, of Des Moines, la., arrived in the city a few days ago and | are the guests of Miss Hicks, of this . city The three young ladies left on ! the Spokane morning train Saturday, for a 10-days outing in the moun- , Ttie outgoing Spokane train yester day morning was delayed 30 minutes owing to the breaking of the right back spring hanger on engine No. 377. The damages were sufficiently repaired to enable the engine to proceed to Spo kane with the passenger coaches. 7-ffi Edwards, formerly of this city, Is visiting relatives 'n Pullman this from Harpster. After complet ing his visit at the above place Mr. Edwards 'will go to Grangeville where he will be employed at the new liquor store soon to be opened there by' A. Sent pert. Steve Hepton brought 124 Head 0f fine cattle to the city Sunday for shipment to the eastern market. The Asotin county stock raisers and were lb excellent condition. Some diffi _____________________ ____ cultv was experienced in getting the j cattle across the bridge, a portion of the heard stampeding when pat# way i across, -and had to he rounded up again. * ; E. G. Hastings arrived on the steam cr Spokane Sunday from his ranch °n the river near Central Ferry. Mr. Hasting's came up to prove up on a timber claim which he has In the Cl»arwater country. He says that last Friday it registered 113 in the shade at his place, but no damage so has been sustained bv the heatjof to .the crops in his section. lien Chapman was an arrival on the 30 train Monday morning. Miss Carrie Ward was visiting with friends at Kendrick Sunday. Robert Grostein was an arrival on the steamer Spokane Sunday evening. Ray Morris is back from an extended trip to San Francisco and other coast towns. William Watson and family have re turned from a trip to the Portland ex position. Geo. Crum was an arrival from the fruit orchards on Snake . river Sunday evening. Orren Prine, of the Lewiston Bot tling Works, is taking in the Portland fair this week. Fred Herbert was an arrival from Oroflno Saturday and will put In the harvest season In this section. F. D. Culver left on the afternoon train Monday for a trip to Orangeville to attend to Borne business matters. Harry Riley, proprietor of the Grand Hotel, left Sunday morning for a visit to the Lewis and Clark fair at Port land. for several days, left Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Osmers were pas sengers on the steamer Lewiston for | a visit to Portland and other coast | towns. B. Ward, who has been in the city i on the Clearwater train for his home at Lenore. J. H. Jones, of the firm of .Tellum j * Jones, arrived Sunday afternoon from a business trip to Baker City. : j Oregon. j R. L. Latimer this week received j [ another large shipment of the famous i Pacific beer for his local trade and ont- 1 side patrons. Joel' McCollister. who has been in | the city on business for several days, j left on the Clearwater train Saturday j for his home at Mohler. i W. Irvin, who has'been in the city j for several days past attending to some j business matters, returned to his home j at Orangeville yesterday. | Mrs. F. P. Simpson and children, of Asotin, were passengers on the morn ing train Saturday for a two-weeks outing near Spokane. Miss Xell'e Harrington has returned from theh Portland fair. Miss Har rington was one of the number of young ladles sent to the exposition hv the Spokesman-Review. The Misses Hattie and Edna Wal lace. who have been here the past 10 days visiting with Miss McLauren. left j yesterday morning for their home at | Drayton. North Dakota. Dr. Riggs and sister, who have been visiting at the Portland fair, were in the city Monday en route hn\*e at G rr angevllle. They were accompanied by a sister of Mrs. Riggs, John Benner was a passenger on the steamer Spokane Saturday morn ing for Almota where be has three large rafts which he and his brother will work up into posts. A. B .Williams and W. L. Ritchie, who have been working for some time past at their mines at Wild Goose, on Snake river, passed through the city Saturday en route to their homes at Pullman. Miss Mattie Wilkins and Miss Lora Hitchcock left on the steamer Spo kane Saturday for Pomeroy, where the\ will spend the summer. They have just returned from Elk City at « liich I been for several ! ! place they hav months past. L. F. Harris and daughter Lena, who have been visiting in the city for some time past with J. F. and C. L. Harris, left over the O." R. & X Mon day morning for their home at Pros-! Mr. Harris is father ! y Harris. moun-|......._ ,_____ ....._____tn .«v» 1 Heppn se r. Washington n f C. L. and J. R c Rf .. i( . h nIM j SO n Kenneth j ^ ^ the . hoat ^„ndny morning for _ Oregon, where they will take! an outing in the mountains. Stie will | inter join her husband at Twin Falls from which place they w il return via Portland, reaching Lewiston about the j first of September. ! Miller of Seattle, electrical I for the Westinghouse com- | tl H. M Ferguson, of Pitts- . burg are in the city and will assist A. E. Ransome. electrical engineer for the power company across the river, j in the final Inspection of the big plant, j The test Will be made this week. j John Rutledge, of Clarkston. return- , A. engine pany. ed Sundav from a hus ness trip to Gar field Wash. Mr Rutledge drove the ! en tire distance and took particular no tice of the fine wheat crop along the route He thinks there is very little damage so far by the hot weather to the grain in that section and says the j rro ps are the finest he ever saw, in nianv fields the grain standing five and i ajT fee, high. johnny Wiggin. Webb War dwell and ; Root v, have gone with the crew of j from this place who will asaist in the construction of the three miles of flume being put in by a mining com pany on Salmon river. 12 mile» south of Forest Mr. Hobson, of this city, will be foreman nf the crew. The flume is being installed at the placer pro perty which S. P. Jellum. of the firm Jellum and Jones was recently sent out by the company to inspect. Go to the Cove Restaurant for fine chili con carne. Phone 121. St Prof. Wooster and family have re turned from a visit to the coast. Ben Dill was among the arrivals on the Steamer Spokane Sunday evening. President Black and family left Sat urday morning for an outing at Lake Waha. Mox Alexander was a passenger yes terday morning for a business trip to Moscow. J. B. West was a passenger on the StiteK train for a trip up the Clear water Saturday. Marshal Barnhoiree left over the Q. R. & X. Saturday* morning for a trip to southern Idaho. N. R. Lee was a passenger on the Stltes train yesterday afternoon for a business trip to Orangeville. William Dwyer and wife, of Clarks ton, left Sunday via boat for a month's visit at Portland and the seaside. A. T. McCarty and family left on the afternoon train Saturday for a months' outing in the mountains near Melrose. A freight wreck on the Clearwater line delayed the departure of the train from Lewiston one hour and 20 mln utes Saturday, Rev. E. F. Beaudreau left Saturday for Juliaetta where he conducted ser vices Sunday in the Christian church at that place. Samuel Wolff, proprietor of the H. & K. cigar factory, and Fred Farmer. left Sunday for a 10 days business trip to the prairie country, A p, Whaley left on the Clearwater train Saturday afternoon for his home at Weippe. after transacting some bus iness at the local land office. William Wolton. of the Woiton Pool Room, left Saturday for a trip to Hot Lake. Oregon, where he will receive treatment for rheumatism, Miss Myrtle Tlleher. of Orangeville, arrived In the city* Sunday and took the steamer yesterday morning for a visit at the Portland exposition, h. Laird .nd W. A. Lnrch wer* a** rivals in the *"ty Monday aL'rnnnn on ire Spokane train, from Iowa and will he the guests of W It. Longhorn a' d W. H. Skinner whil* here. Fred Kling left on the steamer Spo kane yesterday morning for Portland to visit the fair and arrange for the purchase of holiday goods for the Thatcher &- Kling hook store. Mrs. J H. Tipton, of Clarkston. left Saturday afternoon for a vjsit with j t]l(5 f nni Uy of Dave Yates, at Kooskia. j | Mr s. Tipton will also visit In Denver and Grangeville before returning home. J. L. Adams, of the Portland Coffee and Spice company. w*as in the city Saturday and reports a good business Saturday and reports a good business for his firm in that section. He left Sunday for a trip through the Palouse country. Mrs. Tait and son. Mrs. Hampton, and daughter, and Mrs. Oster, of Bray man. Mo., were passengers on the boat this morning en route home via Port land. They have been visiting rela- | m tives at Woodslde. ;_ W. D. Gano and daughter. Miss Pearl, left via the Northern Pacific Monday morning for Moscow where Miss Gano will visit with friends. Mr. Gano will go to Colfax where he has a position in a carriage shop. William Crisp was a business visitor I fi om PeoLi. Mash Saturday. Mr : ! Crisp says the crops in that section, ! are looking fine and the farmers are i getting their machinery in readiness | to begin the harvest, which will begin j in about a week. ?ui visiting M. H. Rartlet who h here with his brother B. M. Bartlett ! for the past few clays. left Sunday morning for a visit to the ILewis A will spend some time visiting on the coast before returning to his home at 1 Aberdeen. South Dakota j | Burgess Ward has just returned from a week's visit to Lenore where h<* purchased the Joe Frost place three j tT1 iies northeast of the town. There ! are about «0 acres of grain op the land I and Mr. Ward will return today to look | after the crop. H» paid J3.5«0 for the j . property. j N Gwin. who has been assisting 1 jn , hf . wor R a t Assessor Daggett's of- , j flce the past week, completed his la- , j bors and re tji T ned. to his home at Gif j for(1 , aat Saturday. Mr. Gwin and ! , wife only recently returned from a visit j to Tennessee. He states that the heat ! there was very oppressive and the hot nlm/ao* iinamlueoKlA r i fl nights almost unendurable. Mr. Gwin | says he now knows how to appreciate j the cool nights we have in this sec- , tiori. H. A. Whitted, of Peck, was in the .............. ....... | c | ty yesterday on business. Mr. 'Whit ptates thnt the hot weather is dam aging the spring grain in that vicinity to quite an extent, but that all fall grain is in fine condition and barley j i(i suffering but little, owing to it being a more hardv grain than wheat. The extreme heat he says, does not seem to injure t**e crops. h**t that tvo **ot ' winds which h**ve accompanied the ! warm weather t v e past week is the principal cause of the damage, they ap parently having a more drying and scorching effect on the grain than the hot sunshine. R. P. Lee returned last night from a trip to the Portlan I fair. Fred Lane has returned from a three weeks' visit to Walla Walla. For Sale.—Butcher shop;; complete outfit. Call at 790 Main street. lm Dr. Phillips was an arrival on the Spokane passenger this morning. Ben Gruhs and wife have returned from a visit to the exposition at Port land. Frank Bursell has returned from his mines, in the Newsone mining dis trict. John Ebel expects to leave this week for Seattle where he will remain till the first of September. Mr. H. Simmons, Mrs. Hilbert and Mrs. Ebel, were arrivals on the boat yesterday from a trip to Portland. Miss Katie Boice was an arrival on the Clearwater train Monday from a 'visit with relatives at Grangeville. Roger Morrissey has nearly complet ed a new cottage on Ninth avenue, which will be used for rental purposes. Roy Goodhue, manager of the Com mercial Cream company, returned this morning from a trip to Salem, Ore gon. The Misses Lightle, who have been visiting with their uncle, T. E. Nuss, of Clarkston, left this morning for their home at Southwick. W. E. Howard and family, and Miss Mildred Aldrich, left on the Spokane train this morning for a 10-days visit to the Lewis and Clark fair. Mrs. L. A. Kerr, of Clarkston, left on tHe boat this morning for Jalisco, Mexico, where she will Join Mr. Kerr, who went down some time ago. Jru k Simmons left today for Salmon river where he will work on the big flume being put in by a mining com pany 12 miles south rf Forest. E. !.. Wiggins returned last even ing on the boat from a visit at the ex position. Mrs. Wiggin will remain a while longer visiting at the seaside. John Ebel and wife, who have been visiting relatives at Gilbert, in the Clearwater section, were passengers on the boat this morning for their home at Lincoln, Neb. George Norton was in the city yes terday from his home at Paradise, Or. Mr. Norton came down to take out a binder which he will use to cut his crop this season. A. J. Showalter is breaking ground for a residence on the half block lie purchased last week in Nez Perce ad dition and he will move to town from his reservation farm this fall. The Knights of the Maccabees will hold their regular review Thursday ev ening at the Mason'c Temple. Some Initiations will be made and other Im portant business will come before the order. A full attendance of the mem bers is requested. j J. D. Davis died Sunday morning at ! his home in Clarkston. Mr. Davis was | 50 years of age and has been a resi dent of Clarkston for some time past. formerly reslded „„ Camas prairie where he was engaged in farming. The cause of death is attributed to heart failure. The funeral services will be held Wednesday forenoon from the Presbyterian church in this city. The deceased leaves a wife and son and two brothers, one at Coeur d'Alene City and the other at Farmington, Wash. Also two daughters in this city, Brown and Mrs. Hinkle. | m City Transfer Co does h general draw ing business to all parts of the city. Light and heavy hauiitig of all kinds i DUNCAN & CO Props i: Offiice Phone 2471 • ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ YOU SHOULD USE MILLS' Harness and Saddles a 99 t They are Standard Goods, Up-to-Date Styles The Price is Right. Our Aim is to Produce QUALITY 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 n me too good for the Horse : : Branch Store at Culdesac M. D. MILLS Lewiston, Idaho 431 4ih Miss Mabel We y man made a busi ness trip to Troy Sunday. G. B. Brown and wife are moving into a dwelling on Eighth street where they will keep house. E. Wiggin has opened a shooting gal lery on the site of the Bass grocery which was destroyed by fire some time ugo. Martini Tlmby, of Mt. Ayer, la., who lias been visiting the past week with P. R. Bevis and wife, of this city, left this morning for the sound country. She is making a tour of the west and will visit all of the important points of interest In California and return by way of Chicago. Word was received yesterday from Henley Bros, of Pomeroy, that they will be in the city In a short time and arrange for the erection of a two-story brick to be built on the s'te of the Chi nese store, which was destroyed by fire a short time ago. Henley Bros, purchased the property several years ago and formerly conducted a grocery store there. J. Hoepner, of Clarkston, was severe ly Injured yesterday morning by his horse becoming frightened and back ing off the grade north of town, throw ing him to the ground and trampling upon him as the animal and rig rolled down the steep embankment. The ve hicle, which was a light spring wagon, was demolished. Bruno Läufer, who resides in Clarkston witnessed the acci dent and went to Mr. Hoepner's as sistance and brought him to town where his injuries were looked after. While no bones were broken he was severely injured Internally but It is thought he will recover. GEO. H. LAKE 316 MAIN STREET Repairing Jewelry. Watches, Silver ware. Engraving and ■♦♦♦♦♦♦« M ill Valiey 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 ; )30000000CXXXXXXXX? < i Lewiston-Clarkston Co. (Succeeding Lewiston Water and Power Co.) Clarkston, Wash. : : Lewiston, Idaho Water-electric power, all purposes Electric Lights In Beven Towns Manufacturing Sites Lewiston-Clarkston Bridge Clarkston Water Worka Irrigated Fruit Lands Residence and Business Sites ; , •MHMH ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ nmi COLD STORAGE MARKET C. C. GOLDMAN, Prop. Try the Net Perce Special Hams, Bacon and Lard Only Brand on the Market Opposite Postoffice Phone 481 Mr. Snyder was a visitor this IUMI ing from Culdesac. He conducts a barber shop at the above placd. Mr. Dundas and family. Of this city, left this afternoon for Lenore, ->« e Mr. Dundas will bave charge.of a mill. Fred J. Oliver, of the J. AlexanF r company, will leave this afternoon Fr an outing In the mountains wit it friends near Lenore. Notes. from Alpows. Tom Robinson made a business trip to Lewiston Tuesday morning. Pears are being badly blighted on the Alpowa this season, but a fair crop of the fruit will be gathered. Spring grain near the foot of the mountains Is being damaged to slderable extent by the htt The grain on the higher altitudes 1» no# so far advanced as that In the valleys and the tender condition makes It mors susceptible to damage by the heat. oJhn Houser is harvesting his second, crop of alfalfa and the yield la p row— lng an excellent one. The Alpowa is lower than It has ' for many years and fishermen usually And plenty of trout In the - stream at this season, say practically', none are to be caught this year. A crew of O. R. A N. surveyors Ijave established a camp on the opposite side of the river from the mouth of the Alpowa. Not much fruit so far has been ship ped from this place, but It Is beginning to ripen more rapidly now and much larger shipments will be made here after. White Bros, last week made a ship ment of four carloads of potatoes which were produced on their Alpowa farm.