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DIAMOND TIRES MONOGRAM OILS It's a Dirty Job Draining the old oil out of your car and washing it out with coal oil. We do all this undesirable work free of charge one only one condition—that you buy your re-fill ing oils from us. The next time you need fresh oils in your car give us the opportunity to do this work free for you. Sure! Men have mined good clothes to do this very same job so why take chances when you can have it done without cost. Cottonwood Garage WE AIM TO PLEASE YOU Electrical Work We Repair All Makes of Batteries j=j ïKbJë a IMb ]^ 7 D FOR SALE One 3 Yt ton Garford truck with platform for grain hauling. . Five "Reo" speed wagons, chassis only. One "Dodge" light truck, chassis only. One "Buick" light truck, chassis only. The Reo speed wagon is recognized as the best light truck built, capacity D/j to 2 Va tons. These light trucks came into our possession by failure of a bakery in Seattle, and have been run on city streets only. Suitable for stage lines, general utility farm truck, or build your house on one and tour the country—prices on light trucks $500.00 to $800.00. Price on large truck $2000.00—cost price new wa* $4800.00. Truck is in first class condition, just been over hauled. For further information apply to our local agent, or call and see the trucks here in Lewiston. The Vollmer Clearwater Co., Ltd. ^IllllillllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllliliiiilllllllllllllllllllilllllllllillllllllllllllliV^ I You Use 1 NOTIONS EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE SB FC tarns GINGHAMS SPECIAL THIS WEEK 25c per yard THE HOME OF THE PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS J. V. BAKER & SON 'Where Quality and Prices Meet' Let Us Do Your Printing HOW NEW ELECTRICAL DEVICE BENEFITS DEAF PERSONS. —An electrical device Iium re cently been patented which, wbile suiull euoutcb to be carried conveniently iu tbe pocket, in said to afford very great assist ance to those who buve been unable to beur any but tbe loud en of sound*. The pbouopber, an this device in called, connlstn mainly of u »mull earpiece or receiver, weigh ing lean Ilian half an ounce and Utting uluiont Invisibly into tlie outer ear pannage, a small Irans initier, measuring 2 by 4 Indien und a little over a quarter of an iucli In tlilcknesu. a switch and a »mall light buttery of high storage capacity. It Is claimed that this Instrument enables tbe deuf to hear the most subdued muslcul sounds as well as con versational und public speaking, without the faintest suggestion of that tiny tone usually no ticed Iu sound-trunsmittlug In strument». Tbe idea of electrical bearing uldn In not new. Various con trivances have made their up peurance for the last 15 years or no, but have bad many draw backs, such as tlie roaring and nlsslng sounds, caused by tbe ex cessive vibration of the large diuphrugm, coupled with the general uppeurance of these con trivances with the large black box receiver held to the head by the heavy steel headband. Iu the phouophor tbe earpiece Uts into the ear and, but for the slender silk connecting cord, is almost Inperceptlble. Even the transmitter, that part wblch col lects the sounds. Is carried com pletely hidden in a pocket with out materially impairing Its func tion. Tbe elimination uf the metallic tones from the transmitted sounds has been accomplished by substituting u thin membrane in place of the metal diaphragm, an idea based upon the action of the human ear drum. JAPS HONOR GOD OF FIRE How Peculiar Religious Observance le Carried Out In lelande Ruled by the Mikado. A religious observance in Japan pe culiar to the coldest sea sou of the year is that of bathing In cold water and wearing to and from the bath a single kimono of pure white, with a white band about the bead. The ceremony is out of respect to Fudo Han, the god of fire, primarily. Those observing the custom carry a lautem and Jingle a small bell as they go along the street. The sea son continues for 30 days. The first 15 days of the season Is called the dalken, or great cold, and the second 15 days the shokon, or small cold. Most of those who go through the ceremouy are young men. apprentices in some trade, who run to and from the bath, repeating tbe words, "Rokkon Shojo," as they go. Tha principal temple and bath Is the one In Fukawaga Ku. The cold water bath there is open for women only until 6 o'clock in the evening, but at all hours In the day for men. Among the women are many young uctre.-.ses, who pray earnestly for success Iu their profession. How Deadly Gas Is Mad* Useful. By mixing tear gun. developed for war use, with deadly but odorless hy drocyanic acid, a powerful disinfect ant, the chemlsta of the chemical war fare service have made a combination that can be used safely in sanltury work.' Since tbe hydrocyanic acid gas kills the eggs of vermin as well us the vermin, it is one of the most effec tive disinfectants known. As It hus no taste or smell and produces no dis comfort when breathed, the first indi cation of its pruseuce In the atunw pliere Is the collapse of the person breathing it. Tear gas is detected In stuntly by its irritant effect on tbe eyes even when the air contains only minute amounts, and the combination of the two can thus he escaped be fore the cyanide has a chance to act. : How Changea Affect Humanity. Nattona develop skill, prosperity, power, for awhile; then retrograde, while other nations develop. The earth, first a bull of tire from the sun, cooled a crust ; huge vegetation and animals developed. As the crust thickened, less heat has diminished size but lucreased qualities of plauts, auUuals. mankind. When the earth be comes too cool to supply ample susten ance the human race must retrograde. Finally our solar system will be come a lifeless frozen wu-te. But other systems will be developed some where In the universe. How Wall Street Will Guard Fund*. The Wall street messenger boy who loses or mislays the fort-we in securi ties which Is entrusted to him Is soon to be replaced by a bullet-proof ar mored cor. carrying a chauffeur end two armed guards, according to au announcement by tbe National Sure ty company. No attempt will be made by*th!s firm to carry all of the finan cial district's securities, as only those of |U own patrous will be transported, but It la believed that the move for greater safety wUl be followed by For a limited time only we are giving abso lutely FREE with each regular Vacuum Cup tire purchased One "Ton Tested" Tube The extra thickness of the Vacuum Cup Thread plus the extra plies of highest quality fabric and the good measure tread of hundreds of sturdy, none skid \ acuum Cups, make Vacuum Cup Tires, at prevailing price« the biggest value on the market today. Get Your Season's Tires Today and a Free Tube With Every Tire Purchased Cottonwood Hardware & Implement Co. For Commissioner, 2nd District. 1 will be a candidate for the office of county commissioner of Idaho county, subject to the democratic county primary elec - tion August 1. If nominated and elected I will perform the duties of the office with strict regaid to the interests of the taxpayers of the county. AUGUST SCHROEDER. For State Representative. Subject to the will of the electors at the republican pri mary election I announce my candidacy for reelection as State Representative. Kooskia, Idaho. LLOYD A. FENN. For Sheriff. I hereby announoe myself as a candidate for sheriff of Idaho : county, Idaho, on the republican ticket, subject to the primary election August 1. V. H. JOHNSON. COUNTY SEAT NEWS ITEMS. Mr. and Mrs. John Coram ar vived in Grangeville Friday even ing from Los Angeles. During the past winter both Mr. and Mrs Coram have enjoyed very good health and their numerous friends here will lye pleased to learn of (heir return. After quietly slipping away last Saturday morning two of Grangeville'» popular young peo ple, Gaylord Eimers and Miss Leona Lynch, were quietly unit ed in marriage at Lewiston at 7 o'clock that evening by Rev. D. J. W. Sommerville, rector of the Epsicopal church. P. P. Oehler, civil engineer, of Election Comes This Fall! Your selection for your new 4th of July suit is here WE ARE SENDING IN ORDERS BY THE SCORE. COME IN AND BE ONE OF THE SCORE. LET US DO YOUR CLEANING AND PRESSING. WE ALTER GARMENTS OF ANY SORT. THIS TAILOR SHOP IS YOURS FOR YOUR PATRONAGE. RICHARDS & SON, The Cottonwood Tailors Lewiston is surveying Main street west from Idaho avenue to the North and South high way, and is establishing a grade, preparatory to grading and ma cadamizing of the street by Con tractor O. T. Lingo. Victor Peterson has purchased a car and the foie part of the week in company with W. G. Peacock and Alfred Kettenbach, made a business trip to Lewiston While there he visited with Geo. D. Smith, who suffered a stieke of paralysis in February and re ports he can see no noticeable improvement in his condition. 1. Harris and a crew of six teen man this week opened the South Fork highway to Castle creek. Automobiles can now traverse the entire distance of the highway. The road has been filled with dirt and rock slides. Some rocks in the road weigh ed from five to six tons, said Mr. Hams. Miss Louise Dellaven and Her bert Brown, l>oth of Grangeville, were married Sunday afternoon at 4 in the home of the bride groom's parants, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Brown, in this city. W. N. Knox, minister performed the ceremony. The wedding march was played by Miss Mariorie Griffith, on the piano, and Miss Mildred Griffith, on the violin. E. O. Brown on Tuesday start ed truck sendee on the Grange ville-Whitebird stage line. The truck, driven by George Carter, leaves Grangeville at 7 in the morning, and connects at White bird with the stage for Riggins. The Grangeville stage leaves Whitebird on arrival of the stage ICE DAYS ARE HERE Phone Your Orders or call -at Meat Market T. P. Brown CHIROPRACTOR Craigmont, Idaho from Riggins, and reaches Grangeville about 6 in the even ing.