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Lewiston daily teller. (Lewiston, Idaho) 1900-1901, January 01, 1901, Image 4

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The United Artisan lodge of Clarkston
will give a ball Jan. 8 at the Goetches
ball.
The new years ball given by the Wood
men of the World last evening at I. O.
O. F. hall was a marked social success.
Chris Larsett & Co., have purchased
the O. R. & N. saloon from the former
proprietor, Cash Cole. Mr. Larsen is a
well known caterer and will make a
model host.
Mrs. B. F. Morris entertained the B.
O. M. club at her home last evening. A
merry couple of young people spent the
evening at games and dancing and saw
the birth of the new century. Elcgent
refreshments Were served.
Secared a Pension.
Guy Skinner was the recipent of a pen
sion of eight dollars per month from the
government yesterday. Mr. Skinner is
a veteran of the volunteer army of the
late Spanish-Apierican war. He enlisted
in a South Dakota regiment which was
detailed for duty in the Philippines.
While fighting near Manila he received a
severe gun shot wound which has dis
abled him permauently.
Oraatf Old Ne* Perte.
Treasurer Hastings reports collecting
for the school fund on account of the
state lands for the mouth of December*
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fa.9t6.07. This is on account of interest
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and rental and which is sent to the state ,
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treasurer and apportioned by the state
superintendent of schools in January, to
the various counties in the state in pro
portion to the number of school children
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they have. Latah and Nez Perce are
the two banner counties in the state in
regard to the school lands.
Ba< Boy» ia Jail.
Four small bCys of the genus "tough
urchins" were apprehended in their
mischief last night and lodged in jail by
Marshal Denny. They are noted dis
turbers of the peace and have been
warned from lime to time about their
misdeeds. Last night they were up till
after midnight and insisted upon disturb
in
ing the church services at Cathol.c mass
bp ringing the fire bell. So they began
the century by occupying quarters for the
night in the City jail. They were re- i
leased today on their own recognizance
to appear before the justice tomorrow
morning to answer the charge of violat
ing the curfew ordinance.
Tbt Artesian Well.
The artesian well that is being drilled
by the Idaho National Bank on the hill
above the Yantis place, one mile south of
town, has reached a depth of 85 feet.
During the last few days they have been
penetrating a strata of hard boulders
which retard the work materially. The
well is eight inches in diameter and the
steel drill -used weighs 3000 pounds. At
a depth of 63 feet the drill struck a vein
of water that rose in the tubing 30 feet.
As the drill slink deeper the vein was
closed or lost ill a gravel formation and
the well is dry at present. Herman
Helm is the' contractor and the company
intends to aink at least 400 feet, unless !
plenty of water is found above that level. !
Zlaiwemaa-Bachlmaa.
The marriage of Mrs. Philippine Zim
merman and Louis Buehlman took place
at the home of] the former last evening,
Rev. J. D. McConkey, officiating. The
affair was a quiet home wedding, only a
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CHINA and LAMPS
SNOWFLAKE
COMFORTS..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
© UR LINE OF CHINA IS COMPLETE
WE SHOW EVERYTHING IN LAT
EST NOVELTIES. THIS IS LAMP SEASON
FOR UP TO DATE GOODS, THAT EXCEL.
IN QUALITY, DECORATION AND PRICE,
CALL ON US
McGILVERY & BOSTON, ®p^tehouse
H ousehold i
Furnishings |
AT THE LOWEST PRICES %
QUOTED IN THE CITY.*.* ^
J. S. Cox Outfitting Co.
EAS
Y
PRICES
EAS
TERMS
The normal aud public schools of the
dty wiU open tomorrow morning. A full
atten ^ ance is expected.
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Contractor Reed had a large truck
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wagon broken down on Main street to
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day while hauling macadam to the nf-w
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flfw friends of the contracting parties l>e- 1
'mg present. The house was tastefully
decorated for the occasion. After the
ceremony the wedding lunch was served.
The bride and groom are both well knowu
in the city where they have many friends
who extend congiatulations. Mr Buehl
man is at present proprietor of the- Lew
iston hotel, but expects as soon as he can
dispose of his business interests here to
make his future home ill bis nati\e
country. Switzerland.
A Watch Pariy.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Morris gave a
watch party last evening in honor of
their son Ray, who is home spending va
cation from l lie Whitman college at
Walla Walla. Mesdames C. W. Mount,
C. Usmers ami Arthur Stacy and Messrs.
Mount aud Osmers helped to entertain
the young folks. Mesdames Stacy and Os
uiers furnishing the music. The evening
was spent in games and dancing Lunch
was served at 13 o'clock by Mrs. Morris.
Those present were Misses Nellie Echert,
Helen Echert, Clara Morris, Bessie
Shearer, Lulu Kroutiuger, Olive Neal,
Lolo Timberlake, Lulu Palmer, Grace
Briggs, Bessie Lewis, Jessie Havernick,
Katie Rice, May Pingree and Winnie
Barbor; Messers. Delos Needham, Adam
Schubert, Laura Hastings, Erie Fritter,
Marsh Wright, Harold and Verne
Hurlbut, Ewing Thompson, Lewis Baird,
Eugene, Gregory and Frank Morris. A
pleasant time was enjoyed by all.
Skating parties are gathering on the
Holbrook ponds this afternoou and the
evening promises to lie a merry oi.v. f >r
the young folks of the city.
Advertised Letters.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the postoffice at Lewiston, for the
week ending Dec. 31, 1900.
GKNTI.FMKN: v
Arnold, A Jones, J. E
Adams, Jvnion Kern, V E
Allison, Albert C Meak, Joe
Brown, William Mead, Raymond S
Merry-Go-Round Man Miner, Grant
Brown, F H Gruliam, M J
Gfeer Haryey Rood , i„ ga n
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George, L F Starcher, Otis
Harley, Cornelius Somers, Frank P
Jewell, Lorn Thompson, P
Thompson, L W
I. a mss:
Crosby, Miss Lula Mouran, Miss Ellen
McCready, Maud Philips, Jane H
Roberts, Mrs Mattie Reed, Miss Lela,
Simon, Mrs F G Smith, Miss Hellen
A charge of one cent extra will be made
on advertised letters.
Jno. L. Chapman, P. M.
The best canned vegetables is the Mil
lionaire Club, for sale at Russell's gtoc
erv.
I ASK HAHN
! ABOUT IT!
IF you are figuring on a job
and want Scientific and
Sanitary Plumbing, call at
JjHA.HN'S
i $ NO. 240, MAIN. STREET
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Coming and Going
Dr. Gill left for Agatha this, tuoruiug.
Charles Bvers left for- Culdesac this
morning.
F'. G. McMinuitny made a short visit
to Spalding today.
K W. Hamilton, of Juliaetta, returned
home this morning.
W. E. Hieralis, of Spokane, left for
Kamiali this morning.
Geo. Holbrook returned to bis hune at
Juliaetta this morning.
Lester Coffin came down on the even- I
ing train frem Lapwai.
G. E. Ryan returned to his home at j
Wawawai this morning.
Miss Myrtle Mitchell of Russell, is vis-1
iting friends in the city.
F\ W. Corbus, of Boise, left for a short '
trip to Orotino this morning.
Micahel Smith a mining man of Asotin,
left for Orofino this morning. •
Eben Mounce was a passenger 011 the
Spokatic train this afternoon.
Miss Anna Torsen returned this even
ng from a short visit to Viola.
Martin B. Coon and family returned
today from a visit with friends at Pull
man.
R. J. Chambers, of Culdesac, returned
home this morning after a short visit to
the city.
Mrs. S. O. Yasser left this morning for
a two week's visit with her daughter at
Pomeroy.
Miss Ruth Naylor returned from Mos
cow this afternoou where she has been
spending vacation.
Miss Bridges, a teacher in the city
schools, returned from a holiday visit to
Hood river this afternoon.
Guy Skinner will leave for Pullman
tomorrow to attend the YV. A. C. during
the reuiaindei of the winter.
Miss Lillian Table returned from Mos
cow this afternoou. She will resume her
work at the normal tomorrow.
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Miss Katherine Anderson, who has
been visiting friends in Kansas during
holidays, returned this afternoon.
T. O Olson returned from Kendrick
this afternoon, where he has been spend
ing the holidays with his parents.
A. Morse, of Seattle, left on the morn
ing train for Culdesac, where he expects
to purchase several car loads of hogs.
YV. E. McCallister left for Spokane this
morning where he has purchased a hotel.
His family will join him Saturday even
ing.
Chas. Markwell, of YVallace, left011 the
host this morning to visit friends in San
Francisco. He expects to he gone all
winter.
Miss Minuie Harrington' left on the
stage for Cottonwood. She goes there to
resume her work in the Cottonwood
schools.
Willie Kling has resigned his position
with Dent & Butler and will attend the
normal school during the remainder of
the year. •
Lewis M. Gates who has been visiting
in Grangeville for the last few weeks,
returned to his home at Silver City this
morning.
Adrian Sweet will leave tomorrow for
a three weeks visit to Chicago. YVhile he
is absent Miss Page will have charge of
his office.
A marriage liceuse was issued to Ira B.
Mitchell and Minnie E. King last even
ing and the marriage will take place at
Russell tonight.
Miss Emma Rowley left on the Oro
fino train this morning for Spalding
where she expects to visit some time with
Miss Lora Remington.
A. Stoker and wife, who have been
visiting J. YY'hifeuger and sons on the
reservation, left for her home at Neola,
Iowa, on this mornings boat.
R. C. YY'est, of Moscow, is iu the city
visiting his brother, J. B. YY'est. He re
cently returned from a visit with friends
and relatives in North Carolina.
T. D. Stanley, a mining engineer for
the North Pacific Mining company, left
on the Orofino train for Reeds creek to
do some work for his company.
Mrs. C. C. Fuller, of Orofino, left for
Boise this morning to join her husband
who has gone there to lobby for the new
county bill to be introduced. They ex
pect to spend the winter in Boise.
The dairy of Joseph Robuett has been
sold to J. Howard Howe. The delivery
was made today. Mr. Howe has cut
away his orchard three miles east of the
nty,.on account of the San Jose scale,
and has converted it into a dairy' farm.
G. M. Lindsey, who has beeu purchas
ing a large stock of general merchandise
from local wholesale dealers for his store
at the little town north of Beetnan post
office, returned home this morning. The
new little town • will be known by the
name
F.
•E"gene" in the future.
. Hupp, who has been
spending
vacation at Kendrick, .returned to his
work at the normal school this afternoon. (
Mrs. J. K. West will leave tomorrow
morning to visit friends in Tennessee aud
North Carolina. She exacts to be gone
some time.
BARGAINS AND
SPECIALTIES
Pointers for busy Buyers.
Breezy Bargains and Snap
py Specialties. First come
First served . " . ' '
% - - 5
MEN'S ALL WOOL
SHIRTS AND
DRAWERS
Men's all wool Ribbed or Plain Shirts
aud Drawers, Brown, Gray or Pink.
Every garment fresh and clean.
Choice each
75 cents.
O. A. Kjos
CUT TO COST
YVe have concluded to cut to cost on
our New Y'ienua assortment of holi- :
day chinaware.
The Cash Hardware Store
JUST TWO DAYS MORE
To get Decorated Imported
Chinaware eheape. than tin
ware.
The Fair !
MEN'S
FLEECE LINED
UNDERWEAR
Men's Fleeced Lined Shirts ami
Drawers. New, clean, fresh goods.
No job lots. Choice each
25 cents.
O. A. Kjos
JUST TWO DAYS MORE
To get a fancy Decorated
_Parlor Lamp at the price of
'common glass lamp.
The Fair
GOOD COFFEE
Chase & Sanborn's. All grades from
30 cents to 50 cents per pound.
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Russell's Cash Grocery
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Sterling Silver Novelties
Christmas trinkets in
cost to close stock.
this line at
The Fashion !
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THAT IS HIS
BUSINESS. IF
A G I R L'S IN
LOVE, THAT IS
HER BUSINESS
IF ANYONE IS
IN LOVE WITH
GOOD PRINT
ING, THAT IS
OUR BUSINESS
WE DO MOD
ERN PRINTING
AT MODERN
PRICES
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TELLER
PRINTRY
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J. ALEXANDER
Rooms 25c and 50c Meals 25c
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BOLLINGER HOUSE \
New Brick Building
D Street ^
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LEWISTON MILLING 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.
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FOUND An Appetite.
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THE loser can be put into
possession of his property
by calling at the......
W-S RESTAURANT
Manager.
Sec'y aud Treasurer Ï
LEWISTON
Furniture and Undertaking Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Coffins, Caskets,
Robes, Embalming
MOULDING, FRAMING and
MATTING are made a spec
ialty ...........
Phone 153
Odd Fellows* Building. *
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