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10e FOR MEN HAS BEEN KNOWN FOR NEARLY A QUARBR OF A CENTURY AS ONE OP the BEST UNES or FOOT WEAR IN THE UNITED STATES, or WHICH I AM AGENT FOR, AND CARRY ALL UP TO DATE STYLES AND SIZES IN STOCK. I '. W. SAPP. Opp. Raymond House l aaa a a a aaa aa *----------- o < ► WE HAVE MOVED 380 ..... Grostein & Binnard Block Next door to fair STORE, our new quarters. As formerly, we are the cheapest store in Idaho. Highest cash prices paid for second hand goods of all kinds. Harness shop in connection with the store A j. s. COX & SON ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦♦ THE MINT œ Morrissey ft Baker, Proprietors. Choice Liquors, Wines, Brandies and Cigars, room in connection. Clark Building, Main Street. A club I ParagrapbkanyCoM W. A. Curry is to succeed Clarence Yaller as assessor of Clearwater county, thirty two arrests made in Lewis in the month of May netted the treascry (92. Frank Hart of Myrtle ia in the city and will lea re tomorrow for a visit to the Round country 8. W. Cope baa purchased an interest in a drug store st Harrison, Idaho, and Mm. Cope and son will join him there. Treasurer Kling's May report shows of $365.84, and warrants re for $5,785.13, leaving a balance •till on hand of $5,268.38. John King and wife returned from Portland Sunday. Mrs. King, who has been recèiving treatment at the hospital is very much improved in health Misa Laura Burnt, of Clérkaton, re tarnad Monday from Orangeville, where sbs went to receive the legacy left her by Dell Bntterworth. Her interest wss $5,000 in cash and stock in two mines in Bufialo Hump. The Lewiston Milling Co. has shut down for lack of good milling wheat. Farmers who bold what little is left in the country claim that it ia worth fifty cents, which ia more than the millers are willing tb pay. By an exchange of corner divisions D. M. Risdon and Mike Ketten have squared np their lote on the hill and have wiped oat another section of the Fifth street boundary lines. The only part BOW remaining is in the Vollmer tract at the head of Fifth atreet grade. Del Fountain, the wdll known horse man ia playing lucky at the California races this season. He is reported to have won $30,000 thia season. Hs won $5,000 to $6,000 May 31 on the races won by his hones, Doublet and Snipe. Doublet, carrying 117 pounds, won the six furlong handicap, and in the mile and asixteenth Snips won easily by a dozen lengths. J. T. Bills, late merchant aud post master at Melrose, has purchased the J. M, Edwards store and stock at Culdesac and ia moving to that place to engage in business. Mr. Bills was in the city .this WMk to make additional purchases to add to his stock. He predicts that Cul deaac will be the liveliest trading point on the reservation during the crop season. Invitations announcing tbe marriage of* Miles S. Johnson were received by Lewiston friends yesterday. Miles S. Johnson and Misa Sarah Grace Swett were married Wednesday June 5th, at St. Andrews Episcopal church, Chariton, Iowa. A reception was given tbe youug couple at the armory at 7 o'clock p. m. They will be at home at Lewiston, Idaho, after June 15. C. D. Chinn, penitentiary guard, passed through the city yesterday en tente to Boise with prisoners, Gilbert and McGaun, recently convicted at the Idaho county term of court. Gilbert is under life sentence for the murder of Joseph Smith and McCann is to serve ten years for tbe killing of John Moru aon. Both are reputed bad other crimes to their credit. In anticipation of the coming heavy men with I a« nHuiiymivii VI IUC CUUIlUg IlCHVy crop the'farmers are investing in her-' vesting machinery. The Cash Hardware J Co. sold Buffalo-Potts outfits this week to j Nelson pm. ,1 of ! „ . ' ----------- people of this city to hear'a man of the following farmers: Tammany; J. M. Walker,___ Shaffer & Scott, of Melrose; Peter Klaus,. of Fletcher; The continued cool weather fanners of the Clearwater couatrv The new 7 iJr. T, restaurant opened its doors yesterday and under the inviting I circumstances, enjoyed a splendid trade, * win Mr " Sœlth " * I caterer will be plepsed to renew acquaint -1 been »»lï .Ï h " been remodeled thronghont and fitted u to be congratulated on the model ap-1 pearance presented by his new surround „ , | B ""°P Earl Cranston, one of the I bishops of the Methodist Episcopal chnrch, will be in Lewiston on Friday, I Jane 14. Arrangements have been per -1 fected with him for hit great lecture on I "China to date," to be delivered on that I evening at 8 o'clock in the Methodist I church. This will be a rare occasion for I international reputation on the subject I which is now greatly interesting the evi-1 ilized world. The bishop has recently I returned from China after two vears of travel and study in that country. Filed for R*c«rd. Warranty Deeds: Geo. W. Sutherland to H. H. Ames, 80 acres, south of Potlatch creek, con sideration $100. R. J. Carty ct ux to Tbeon W. Smith, 160 acres near Nesperce, consideration $1500. Agnes W. Hin man et mar to Richard Stevens 40 acres on Craig Mountain near I Forest, consideration $1.00 I Forest, consideration $1.00 WrnB. Cooper to Martha B. Cooper, I I acre more or less near. Central Ferry I MUtBlAasafiAM O* ^ ' I I Maggie Galloway, to W. B. Ratclifle, I ,;j____I consideration $1.00, First National Bank of Kendrick to State Rank of Kendrick, 80 acres in Pot latch, consideration $500. Belle aqd John McLean to W. R. Rat cliffe, lota in townsite of Peck, considère tion $1.00 lota in townsite of Peck, consideration $1.00. Oil Leues: Mathew Dowd et al to R. T. Dabney 1920acres. Dabney, 640 Eliza Inghratn to R. T. acres. Final Receipts: U. S. to David H. Lowrey, 160 acres. U. S. to Frank W. Julian, 80 acres. U. S. to Joseph H. Day, 160 acres. U. S. to Schuyler J. Adams, 140 acres. U. S. to Robt. J. Carty, 160 acres. U. S. tp Samuel 11 . Holt, 160 acres. Marriage Licenses: D[. Samuel Salsberg to Mae Louise Ketteubacb. Geo. A. Miller to Murtha Haase. Patents: U. S. to O. F. Downs, 160 acres near I Morrow. R. T. Babney filed for record this week I oil leases on 2220 acres located near I Lewiston, and filed on tbe same day an assignment of a one-half interest in the! same to D. C. Corbin of Spokane. The| land in question is 400 acres of the Dowd fsrm, 1020 acres of Ira Small's, 160 acres I of Alex Steven's and 640 acres of Jin. Inghram's. Dabney and Corbin will Mr. _ up the I questions of adequate machinery. | ■------- —--vvi vi ac *' ve operations at once, Corbin is in the east now looking 1 questions of adequate machinery. NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL I Stak Fair A w a c l a Ma « Farm'd—N«w Cxtsaslia Gmtad tits Midland—OH Bmm k SapMum ► Boise, May 30.—Some two months ago the case of Roberts vs. Spack man was tried in the district court for Boise county, being decided in favor of the defendant, when appeal was taken to the supreme court. It is an election conteat, involving the position of county school superinten dent. Mias Spackman ran against Miaa Cotton, winning by nine votes. . At the first action it was stated that she had that majority because ft waa cast by inmates of the Soldiers' Hörne, which was granted. It an interesting case. The couael for the plaintiff claims that an inmate of the Soldiers' Home cannot exercise his right to franchise in the precinct of the home unless be had resided in that precinct prior to admission to the institution. They claim that an inmate of that iastitntion, even after hkving been there ten or more years, may, on the day prior to election, go to the place where he resided before entering the state institution, and there vote, but that be may have no legal resi dence ia the home. The case was heard on appeal in the supreme court nearly tgo weeks «go. There has been no decision yet. At it involves the question of legal residence, the decision is looked for by practically I ever T and old soldier in the atate. There is no longer an institution known as the Inteimountain Fair association, ,1 haring been made a corporation under thC n * me ' ,The SU '« Pair Aseoci ' I » tion i limited." It is capitalised at $50.. 000. The reason for this was that the of ___ _______ ... 4 ^' Tor tbi * th * the " ' !" d h deemed '"expedient to *P end f*®»» to $3<>oo in improvements on its buildings which could be used only one I time. New mounds have been and the fair will be held there thb year. * I This adds to the merits of the institution, -1 The fonr banks of the cily have screed ^ the$13000 for theÂeïS " new «"»»*. taking feir association bonds for security. It is decided to make ap-1 northwest. The city council, at its meeting Mou | d »y erening, granted an extension of I «ighteeu months on the franchise to the Idaho Midland railway allowing the I building of a railway over certain streets -1 of the city. The action waa taken at the I request of Thomas Bates, the promoter I »nd hit New York backers. From all in I formation possible to secure at this time I it is believed that the road is "a go. Some of the largest capitalists of New I York City have interested themselves in the proposition and say that they are pre I pared to push it to completion. Mr. Bates announces that several of them will I A *"'* Unt P«*American Commissioner I Taylor ia in the city. H« will leave for be in Boise next week, at which time definite arrangementa will be made. Pressure has been brought to bear from Butte, which ia having an excellent effect. Tbe people of that city very much desire tbe railroad to be built, and many of them have been here during the past few months talking in its interest. It is stated by several gentlemen close to the leaders of the enterprise that the road is now certain to be built. Assistant Pan-American Commissioner I .------------\---------------- I r *** er * "* P r *P* r ' n 8 to forward to Buffalo ' I shipments Of their different nnwliu-ta « I Bufialo next week. He states that fruit shipments of their different producta as soon as they ripen. It ia the intention of the commissioners to have fresh frnit on exhibition aU the time after the first product of tbe season is ready. Such an exhibit, kept in shape, as it will be, is expected to attract a great deal of atten I tio " ia th * mt The on * "P"*« 1 thml kea done the moat so far, according to the atatamenta of Commissioner Rice, ia the timber. Several shipments were made of timber from all sections of the °* t,M,>er fPMa » u • ection * of the 'Istate which has been handsomely pre pared and installed in the forestry depart ment. Eastern people, who have hitherto believed Idaho a sagebrush waste, exhibit a great interest and surprise at the shoe ing in this department. Contracts have been let for healing large quantities of supplies into the Thunder Mountain section. Col. Dewey, owner of large holding* there,Ms now in the east purchasing supplies. The oil boom for Southern Idaho ia now well launched, one company owning large holdings having began placing ad vertisements. They claim to be certain I °f »trikiug oil, and it is known they have ample backing to sink several test wells. I Their ,WM *a ,r * some 18 miles from I N *t"P*. Owyhee county Bert Costello, of Culdesac, was arrested yesterday by Constable Gilman on the rhfirm'lf charged carrying concealed weapon*, I He was tried before Justice McConkey and given $50 or 30 days. He expects to Uppeal the case to the district court and pending the hearing will be held on $100 I bond. He ia now in jail but will furnish | bond today. was the that was for the it ITrttmlMrh 'islikirg Mias Mae Ketten bach and Dr. Samuel Salaberg were united in marriage at 6 a. m., Tuesday morning at the church ot the Nativity. Rev. J. D. McConkey, as sisted by the rector, Rev. B P. Smith, performed the ceremony. Only the-memj ben of the bride's .family were present. Dr. and Mrs. Salaberg left on the morn ing train for Spokane enroute east, where they will spend their honeymoon. Both are well known in Lewiston social circles. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. C. Kettenbach and the groom is a prominent Lewiston business man. Born, yesterday Knight, a son. to the wife of WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT BV F. L. m'CUNTIC. V. S. OBSSBVBB. to U. S. Department of Agriculture—Lew ston, Idaho: For week end- Temperature ing June 5. Max Min Precip itation 30..... 11 S 3 O ................ 45 On a..... ****** 7 * 55 *15 3 ..... 4 ..... / 9 6 7 ! 5 5 * X T 5 —« 70 4 t .T RoVal Baking Powder Makes the bread more healthful. Safeguards the food v against alum* 'Alum baking powder* are the greatest* m snse rrs to health of the présent day. --IW»At amma sowws ce., as* rose. UJaienam Ideal Tournai* Pew*«*«** WE CAN SUIT YOU WITH ANY POINT OR DEGREE OF FLEXIBILITY THATCHER ft KLING HATS! HATS A new lot John B* Stetson 1 and Gordon's just received Meuli & Lomax Men's Furnishers. Suits and Shirts Made to order NEW: GROCERY STORE Thompion ft Brashcan STAPLE AND-FANCY GROCERIES, FRUITS AND j* VEGETABLES Ptioac tes. Cor Main and FMI* 'dtetetati : O On X These Sunny days remind you that you must have a parasol. We have them in great variety. PARASOLS ranging in price from 50 cehtsto $10 When you want more for your money 1 than you get elsewhere, try me. J. ALEXANDER DUSTERS..... L Peacock, Turkey, Down and Wool Dustrrs, for house, store, piano, ceiling, furniture and carriage u*e. Complete line. Our Peacock Dusters are the newest thing on the market. See them McGilvery & Boston 145. Use it. Complete House Furnishers. Wholesale and Retail LEWISTON-MULING CO., Ltd. 'Largest Flour Mill in the State Manufactures CENTURY 1900 PATENT, CLEARWATER STRAIGHT; Graham and Whole Wheat Flour made on burrs. Feed of all kinds in stock. All orders promptly filled. — 88 M 888————8088 WlUitetel^ :► ------- 4 FOUND An Appetite.... t THE loser can be put into posse ssio n of his property by calling at the...... .W-S restaurant r • » .1 I —— , —. —. t, — — - - I «■ t ............................ ..... 111111111 ....."'"""" I 1 n viscid _ _ _____ O. VASSAR, Manager. F. B. WILLIS, Sec'y and Treasurer LEWISTON Furniture and Undertaking Co. Wholesale and Retail Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Embalming MOULDING, PRAMINO Mi MATTING ere aada a spec ially ... . ....... : ! IS). Odd Fellows' Building.