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. « V'.jri'i»' ■;■■'] COMING HERE Noted Evangelists Will Hold Meet ings in Methodist Church. Evangelist BaskerviUe and his spe cial singer, Mr. Tibbitts, who are to begin a series of meetings in Lewiston, beginning December 31, are among the ver> best and most successful evan gelists in America. They have held some of the most successful meetings in many of the cities of this continent. They work in the same manner at Evangelists Chapman and Ostrom. Their work is of the same character. Rev. \V. A. Sunday, in a personal letter of recent date to Rev. W. T. Eus ter, pastor of the First M. E. church Lewiston, says: "Lewiston cannot secure any better services than by getting BaskerviUe and Tibbitts. They will do a world of good and are safe and fine workers." Last May the ministers of Lewiston and Clarkston combined and gave these men a call, but later on because of the changes and the fact that it is hard to secure a location that is suitable for both places and which can be agreed upon by both places, and because this could not be secured the work was can celled. The M. E. church sent a call to these men and as a result Lewiston will not be without the very best work in this line this winter. Mr. Tibbitts has been associated with Tory and Alexander, who are having such suc cess in England and with Dr, Chap man, who is holding some of the largest meetings in America. The meetings in Lewiston will be held in the M. E. church, but they will not be denominational in that all are invited to come and all will be left perfectly free to unite with any church they please, as the pastor, Rev. Dr. Euster, believes in the most liberal and largest hearted work possible. He will personally issue an invitation to all the churches to participate in this work as much as they may be able. The work will be carried on upon the broadest basis possible. Rev. Dr. Euster believes heartily in church federation. 'T hope," said he, "for the day to come soon when all de nominations will be united in such manner as will be a saving to all mem bers of the kingdom of money, energy and expenditure of labor which does not bring about adequate results sepa rated, as the denominations now are." if v.T"f vrrvP * z ttJ WE HAVE JUST ORDERED A COMPLETE OUTFIT OF NEW JOB TYPE WHICH WILL REPLACE THE H All TYPE WE NOW HAVE ON HAND. WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BODY TYPE THAT WE DO NOT USE SINCE WE HAVE INSTALLED OUR LINOTYPE MACHINE. THE BODY TYPE IS IN m MBBl GOOD CONDITION, AND MUCH OF OUR JOB TYPE IS AS GOOD AS NEW. IT IS OUR INTENTION, l E HOWEVER, TO HAVE OUR SHOP EQUIPPED WITH m Cs, z New Faces of the Latest Type £ H £ IF YOUR OFFICE IS SHORT IN ANY OF THE LINES WE ARE GOING TO DISPOSE OF WE ARE PREPAR © ED TO MAKE YOU © £ ah vupai aiieicu viici c a S3 © READ THE FOLLOWING PRICES: © > SIX 50 POUND CASES OF 8 POINT ROMAN, $6 PER CASE pF 50 POUNDS, WITH EXTRA CAP SORT8 < Lm AND CASES INCLUDED. WE WILL SELL ONE CASE OR ALL 8IX CA8ES AT THIS FIGURE. TWO 50 POUND FONTS OF 12 POINT ROMAN, |6 PER CASE WITH CA8ES INCLUDED. 2 TWO 50 POUND CA8ES OF 6 POINT ROMAN, |6 PER CASE WITH CASE8 INCLUDED. mam m ONE FONT 12 POINT JENSEN WHICH WE WILL 8ELL WITH CASE3 INCLUDED FOR 12*/z CENT8 PER *8 POUND. 50 e* ONE LARGE FONT OF LEGAL ITALIC WHICH WILL GO AS THE JENSEN AT 121/* CENTS WITH THE CASES INCLUDED. WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF JOB FACES THAT WILL BE OF GREAT 8ERVICE TO H YOU AND IF YOU WILL WRITE US WE WILL MAKE YOU A PRICE THAT WILL SUIT YOU. CO TYPE AT YOUR OWN PRICE IS WHAT WE ARE OFFERING YOU. Teller Publishing Company, Ltd., LEWISTON, IDAHO. ARM CRUSHED ' * i 1 '*,£ \ ■ UNDER WAGON O. P. Calvin Meets With Serious Acci dent Near Greer. I Crushed under a wagon load of wheat and pinioned into the frozen ground from which he had to be dug out with an ax, Oliver P. Calvin, a farmer of the Russell section, still did not lose his nerve but walked two and a half miles to Greer to have his crushed and bleeding arm dressed. The local doctors though an amputation was necessary, but he thought not, and insisted on coming to Lewiston to con sult a surgeon. He was told he had a chance to save his arm, though blood poisoning might set in and make a sub sequent amputation even more danger ous; he said he would take that chance. The accident which resulted in maiming Mr. Calvin occurred Wednes day on the Clearwater grade, leading down to Greer. Calvin was driving a four-horse load of wheat to market when the wheel went into a chuck and he was pitched under the wagon. He called to his team; they stopped, but not soon enough. Chop Away Frozon Earth. Calvin was caught under the wheels and pinioned with his right arm crushed Into the frozen earth by the weight of the load. He had a helper with him but the team could not go forward without fear of crushing his body and It became necessary to get an ax and cut away the frozen earth to get the maimed arm from beneath the wheel. This done he walked the two and a half miles into Greer, where a local physician dressed the wounded member and made him as comfortable as possible for the night, that he might come on to Lewiston, since he would not consent to an operation removing the arm. He reached Lewiston on the Clear water train yesterday morning and was met by Dr. J. F. Hurlbut, who went with him to the St. Joseph hospital. An examination of the arm was made. The hand and wrist of the right arm have the skin and flesh flayed from the bones on the back of the hand and the wound nearly girdles the wrist. Above this in the lower third of the fore arm the bones have suffered a compound fracture, but the danger, says the doc tor, lies where the skin and flesh are so lacerated. The circulation of the blood is badly arrested, but still there is a circulation and while there is, there is hope that the arm and hand may be saved. Calvin Clinga to the Chance. There is a clmn*n ami Mr. Calvin has very resolutely flecided to take that chance. The bones of the broken arm were set and the torn and lacerated flesh cleansed and stitched Into place. He is resting easily at the hospital where he will remain till the crisis is passed. Minstrels Sunday Night. Manager Kroutinger announces the next outside attraction at the Temple theatre will be the Haverly Minstrels, who are billed here for December 24 and 25. Two nights of Joy and jolity will come to enliven the holiday week. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS IN CITY AND COUNTY Reported by the Commercial Trust Co., of Lewiston. Dec. 12. 1905— Deeds. James Hall et ux to Omar Bartlett, lots 5 and 6. block T. Dean's Add., Möh ler; consideration *700. Charlotte a. Davis to Frank Thomp son. lot 7. block 4. Cemetery Add., Lew iston; consideration *1. Seneber S. Brooks et ux to Marv E. Kauffman. NE1-4 SW1-4 Sec. 11-32-3 W; consideration *300. William Fellen to George W. Klnzer, Rl-2 NE1-4 12-36-4 W; lots 1 and the N'1-2 of lot 2, Sec. 7-36-3 W; con side - ! ration *1400. George Sherwood to Thomas M. Mockler, NE1-4 SW1-4 25-33-1 E: con sideration $500. Frank J. Fox et ux to same, lot 1Î, block 20, Town of Nezperce; considera tion *100. Sarah C. Thompson to P. G. Zook, lots 12 and 13, block —, Thompson's Add., Lewiston; consideration $125. Patents. U. S. to Charles Bliesner, 8W1-4 21 34-2 E. U. S. to Rainhardt D. Luttropp, El-2 NW1-4, Wl-2 NE1-4 19-36-3 E. TT. S. to Fred W. Luttropp, SEI -4 NE1-4 See. 19; Nl-2 SW1-4, SW1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 20-36-3 E. Dec. 13, 1905—Deeds. E. B. Wilson et ux to 8. Gertrude Palmer, lot 6, block 22, Nezperce; con sideration $1. Charles E. Burkhart to Ben Palmer, lot 10, block 3S, Nezperce; considera tion *250. Chas. Hutchins et ux to Benona Pal mer, lot 12, block 88, Nezperce; con sideration $380. A. H. Garllnghouse et ux et al to Mary L. Sullivan, lots 1 and 2, block 8, Mrs. S. C. Thompson's Second Add., Lewiston; consideration $500. Kamiah Townsite Co. to Kamlah Trading Co., lots 12. 13, 16, 17, 20. block 9, in town of Kamiah; consideration *275. Harry S. Palmer et ux to Kendrick State Bank. El-2 SW1-4, SI-2 SE1-4 33-40-4 E: consideration $1.000. R. L. Durham, Trustee, to W. A. Smith, lots 1 to 5, block 2, and lots 1 and 2. block 3, Clearwater Add., Lew iston ; consideration $700. Frederick W. Winterfelt et ux to Allen G. Slead. Nl-2 NE1-4. El-2 NW 1-4 Sec. 11-36-4 W; consideration *1400. Edward Holee to Maud L. Brown, lot 3, block 4, Holee Add. Town of For est; consideration $30. !.< wlsioii Ice and Cold Storage Co, to Malm ice and Cold Storage Oo.. part of lot 2 of Subilv. of lot 2 of Acres: con sideration $50.000. Patents. H. S to Jefferson D. Triplett, NE1-4 NE1-4 *8-36-3 XV. D. S. to Frederick W. Winterfelt; same as Winterfelt to Slead. Dec. 14. 1905— Deeds. Angus R. Trimble et ux to Mrs. Mhr gle Latimer, lots 2 and 3, block 5, Hol comb's First Subdv. of lot 10 of Acres, City; consideration $2767.50, Eben Mounce et ux to Sweetwater Ir rigating Co., 25 feet right of wav across si.2 NE1-4 Sec. 5-34-4 W; con sideration $1. Jacob L. Goodnight to same, right of way across SEI -4 SEI -4 Sec. 31-35-4 W. Same to same, right of way across lot 1. See 6-34-4 W: consideration $1. Martha J. McKlssick to same. NE1-4 BEI -4 Sec. 31-35-4 W; consideration $1. John H. Powell et ux to David W. Eaves, NW1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 14; NE1-4 NE1-4 Sec. 15; El-2 SW1-4 SW1-4,: SW1-4 SW1-4 SW1-4 See. 11-34-2 E; consideration *l.noo. Adelaid * L. Garby to Charles W. Oarby, lot 2 and SE1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 7-37-2 W; consideration $1. Charles H. Garby to Adelaide L. Garby, lot 3, NE1-4 SW1-4 Sec. 7-37-2 W; consideration $1. Nets Jensen et ux to A. S. Butter field, 50x125 feet in lot 6 of Acres, amended Lewiston; consideration $1. A. S. Butterfield et ux to Alice M. Jensen, same ns above; consideration $ 1 . 00 . Adelaide L. Garby to Louis R. Garby, same as Charles H. Garby to Adelaide L. Garby; consideration $1. Patents. U. s. to John H. Powell, same as Powell to Eaves above described. U. S. to Lee Lucas. NW1-4 19-S6-1 W. Alias Summons. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Idaho, In and for the County of Nes Perce.. The Union Central Life Insurance Company, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Samuel W. Allen and Susan A. Allen, Defendants. To Samuel W. Allen and Susan A. Allen, his wife. The State of Idaho Sends Greeting; You and each of you are hereby noti fied and required to be and appear In the above entitled cause, and to an swer the complaint of the plaintiff herein filed against you within ten (10) days after the service of this summons upon you. If served within Nez Perce County. Idaho; within twenty (20) days after the service of this summons upon you If served outside Nez Perce county. Idaho, but within the above entitled Judicial district, within forty (40) days after the service of this summons upon you, If served elsewhere (In either case exclusive of the day of service) or Judgment by default will be taken against you, in accordance with the prayer of plaintiff's complaint. The general nature of this action Is, that plalntlfT alleges, that It is a corporation organized under the laws of Ohio and doing business In Idaho; that the de ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Goods for Holiday - - « . ■ si ' «■ —ft CHOICEST LINE IN THE CITY. A8 REPRESENTED. GUARANTEED Your choice of a flue line of Silver and Sliver Plated W«pa, Glass. Diamonds. Lockets, Necklaces, Bracelets, Hand Painted ^ Brooches. Diamonds, Rings, Scarf Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs. CharOMÙ Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Gold Filled Watches and Chaîna. i CHAS. G. KRESS, JEWELER THIESBEN BUILDING. fendants are huaband an<f wife; that on December 13th, 1901. the defendants ex-, ecuted and delivered to the plaintiff a note for eight hundred dollars ($800.00) payable ten years after date, at the office of plaintiff and drawing Interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum from date to maturity and twelve per cent thereafter; and providing In effect that In the event of failure to pay any interest thereon: at the maturing periods thereof, the holder of the said notes could elect to declare tne whole sum due. That to secure the payment of the said notes, according to their terms, the defendants executed and delivered to plaintiff a mortgage on the west half of the northeast quarter, and the east half of the northweet quarter of section 1«, township 36 N., rangs 1, W. B. M., hi Nea Perc« County, Idaho, together with all Improvements, privileges and ap purtenances thereunto belonging and all rights of homestead exemption, that such mortgage aa duly executed and acknowledged so as to entitle It to be recorded and the same was recorded In the records of Nes Perce County. Idaho, on December 13th, 1901, at S:50 o'clock p. ni. and Is now of record therein: that default has been made In the condition of said notes In this; de fendants have failed to pay the Inter est due on said principal note, Novem ber 1st, 1904, and have failed to pay the taxes due on said lands, for the year 1904 and by reason thereof the plaintiff elects to declare the whole sum evi denced by said principal note and se cured by said mortgage due and pay able; that there Is now due, owing and unpaid from defendants to plaintiff the principal note of eight hundred dollars ($800.00). with accrued Interest of sixty-four ($64.00) dollars with attor neys fees of one hundred ($100.00) dol lars, with accruing Interest at twelve per cent per annum on eight hun dred (3300) dollars frbm November tat, 1904. to payment; and that aatd mort* gage secures' the payment of all atfC sums. Plaintiff prays Judgment against defendants for the aim a t nme to dred sixty-four dollars (9994.99) Interest on eight hundred < (9300.00) thereof« at twelve par mat ; annum, from November lft, 7 rment, together ■ wMÉ Âtfta ' and Mkf.fi mortgage, and Uw appl from aatd 1 costa thereof, the amount fendante T^A^t efficiency that!) nertt, i due tha against the défendait tl Allen. Plaintiff prays that U the purchaser at aaM aal purchaser be given a cert for. and that at tne exprlattoo o* period of redemption the holder at a certificate be given a deed then and upon production of aaM deed. $ purchaser be let Into poasetdldM otj premises. .. , M 7 • Plaintiff prays for geneea|rell#f, with costs In support of all of which refsr*. ence Is hereby made to the comntatat.^ a copy of which to served herewith;''' ' And you and eaeh of you are further notified, that If you ao fall to . and answer the complaint of p_ as above required, the plaintiff apply to the court for the relief mended In the complaint .->• In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the sea) at m above court, this 14th day of Decent« her. 1905. 3. It LYBON« (Court Seal) Gleite w By Oeo. E. Er 1. N. Smith, residing at Idaho, attorney for plaintiff. dl9-J19 Inc 6w '