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—or—» TRAINS. Trains Leave ®ASr BOÜXD àioo m. e*. 6:45 b. nt. WtXT HOUND v PuMengpr 3,00 p. m. Freight '4t10 p. m. L. F. HARE, AO-nt* Kfentfrriçk, Idaho Live Men of. Kendrick this date, lieuiiitiinirfo'oriihig \ • At Benjamin & Soiin Livery & Feed Stable FARJlEliS TAKii NOTICK Ou aud after tHmnrduv, April Id, 1903, and .on tfie *ecoud Saturday of eaoii mointh.rfiere •liter, will iyw conducted a ptffmc sale ■ÿf.aeèoiid'haud goods y ' llotxesi. Harness, ^pio»vs, Wagon», Buffte«, Cows Mieep, Hog», "VTools, and till fact everything lake an interest and bring ns btn wfent,t<> seJJ, 'l ake i^lere»! Vwôrk up^t^foopifiraite. It. wjli LYou oajkhuy whaf you «tant sell wnat you want sold, bring I lie goods a^d wi work! It y a most needed îere. Coure und 'see us and pleased. Yoyrts Benjamin & Sons STAR BARBER SHOP 1 -AND BATH ROOMS Shop, first door west of Pad fife Hotel None- lait. first ployed .class workmen em W B. CREWS, Proprietor Kendrick Idaho KENDRICK LIVERY STABLE Chas. Chandler, Prop. (*ucci-s#l>r to J. l#. Cr cker) Livery, Feed and Sale Stably Fine Stbek. Good Rigs Buggies, Hacks nr Handle cau he hud at all hours Stock Bimritail l*y day or Month, Best of Caro to Transient Work * 'REASONABLE RATES K j > Tlie Hoilthwieß Stage leaves every afternoon at 3 o'clock 4>„ FIJRNITUB,: Clialrs, Lounges, Beds, Mantels,, * Mirror.*, Mat nesses, Springs, fl* R»>ckers, Mirrors, Desks, Wall Paper PictiEre Framing -Second f&F' GOOD? Bought amJ Sold Hunter-Brothers [ " -"w- ' ?' ■ / All persons violutiug tlie state rame ami fish law by hunting or,fishing v ft hobt a licence will he summarily tihult willy,* Î. À K rr. • Depp y Gmu- Warden i -iy-^y- vy - -tth-zy-ty-itr : Of Interest To of Us wfxyUrta.'where they are residing. .■G. W. Lawrttfiee arrive»! Sunday from Nezpeijce for a visit father-in-law I. Jl. Etèekley. Owing to the evangelistic services,ln [ th« Jlethodlst church thère will lie ho' preaching services in the Presbyterian] preaching services in the Presbyterian cliujjeli next Sunday rtinrning. Sun day school however will be held us usual. ' ltd Smith of Lelund commenced the repairing ofli. C. SlnpUflra residence tills week. He will ai&o (mint it which will add greatly*^) it» appearance, liuri and^^hra Coups wfge visitors a jjtiiniay. The lafter returning t<> >1 at 'Mows*w whlje 1 lie former went loin 4tis parents atjfiitton tlTda."where tliey are resfdii with Ilia T. Hunter is one <»f tlie most suc cessful fisliyinep of our town. He went out last Fyday -ami 'along with, other line specimen» hrougtit in a fine •minimi weighing i:2 jKjjtlhd - ». Tom is never tielterplyu«e<l than, when he can •>ut do the boys in suerf spoK and he generally dotty it. '**•/■' 'Tlie exercises in hfiUof of tlie found ing of tlie order of Oiia Felinfg at tlie Methodist church was well attended np the members of tlie o*rer and ,J>y I lie Rebekuhs. Tlie pdktor-» j>Te«^-lie<l :>n appropriate termon and there y It special music by tlie choir. ^ £ . Tlie new road up Bear Creek' was iegan Monday, Martin Tiiomus liubTa large forces bf men at wijrk under him nut it will take two or three months to complete it. They are starting: in witli a will and are. making it suf ficiently.,. wide tliat teams may pass aim st any where. Tliere is consider ilile rock work to do but tiiefe are old md experienced) rock workers who •ave ciiarge of this part of the road »lid they will soon complete their open - ions. It is encouraging that ut lus * 1 » is road for which we have waited rid worked so long is now in sight. D. J. ItowlfmU returned from ' tin ast Sunday, af'teyioou. He r port« ■very thing tliere in a fi uirishing con lilioii yet dock hot seem to want 1»' ■eturifTliere to live They have an ailv sprftig throughout tlie east and n many places tlie seas >n is more ad 'Sliced thun.h.re. \V. B. Crews commenced w»:rk oi iis liOhse this week. He tore down lie back part ami moved tlie front tij arilier on'tlie lot. iHe will use tlii or kitchen and dining room aTni sleep jig rooms up stairs and build an ad iition to the front. This will maki lim a comfortable liome. Andrew Hill's team .took a little run »round the streets Tuesday afternoon it was only o le of their<periodieal e.« ■aItalics ami they did no harm expepi . f knock down the city hydrant in TortVof A-. C. Wiii^s-»e iiiug store. Dr, Htonehiirner »if Leland was a visitor in Lewistojr Monday. "Ramsay Walker is among the hilli for a few days. J. J. Handey, 'C. M. Keep, and S. P. Callison attemied the Nezpcrct tpupty gun slioot at Lewiston Sunday Out ca rrl&l away uo prizes. WANTED.— experienced girl »>i woman to work in small family; no washing; good home and good wage.« Mrs. O. F. Pakkkr G rangeville. Ida » Too Great a Risk In ulinoat , every iieiglihorhocvi someone lias died from an attack oi colic or cholera morbus, liefore medi cine could he procured «ir a plivsi.ian su in moped. A reliable remedy foi lliese diseases siioulil ne kept at liand Tlie risk i > great for anyone to take. Uhauitieriuiu s Colic, (hi »1er.» unit Diarrhoea Remedy lias undoubted** saved the II ves of more pople and re lieved more pain and suffering limn any other medicine iu use. It cun always !>e depended upon. For Hale by A. C. While * ('»». The Wastes of the Body. Eveyy seven days tlie blood, muscle* atid bones of a man of averuge size loses two pounds of wnrnnut tissue. Tiiis waste cannot be replenished ami tlie health and strength kept up .with out |>erfeci digestion. When die sto down, heal til gives way,* an I »iiseas» sets up, Kodal Dyspepsia Cure enables tile stomach anti digestive organa to digest uml assimilate all of the whole some fjKgl that may he eaten into too kind of blood that rebuilds the tissues! and protects tlie health and strength of the mind amt body. Kodol km re* Indigestiwii,. Dyspepsia ami all atoiuach trouble«. Tt is all id »I «prime Haiti» - . ' .•'■'i--. • * w 'î - '* <'»». ' 1 an î I- . ou. .....I .. .uni Lu macli ami ,digfHtiva organ* fail to per form tlieir.fuuction.-«, tlie strength let» PRICE TtEDCCEiy on EUREKA V^ASHING FLUID to 15 c a «tuait a WHITE'S DRUG 8TOHE, Did you see E. D. EmersoiPs posters that he lias had put out fomlie sale of his stock and implements at liis plate on American fldge May 8th. J. F. Fox of Juliaetta wav transact ing business ill Keudrlck Wednesday oftlds^eek. » Ladies we have a lot of Gloves in all col»*rs and sixes just tlie tiling Id work in thegnrden with, 6cents |>er pair is tlie price. MrGrews Joe Freichtl is busy making brick these days. Tiiis is the last kiln lie will probably ljurii*fn Kendrick, hut lie does'nt know wlp»re he will move his plant yet. He has several places in view. If you are in need of glasses Tam pre pared to suit von or no charge will l>e made. My new Retiha Scope meas ures tlie eye perfectly showing lust what you need. L. A. Kerr, Rtf. D. TJie McCrea Brothers hardware store is iieing overhauled this week. Tlie doors will lie changed from the corners to tlie center s»i that tlie entrance will in the middle of the building instead if at tlie side as hitherto. Tiiis is a material improvement and .will be much more convenient in every- way. If you woulid huyoneof those New Straw Hats of ours tlie Summer would I) êr- -"jflflj' doipe. McGrews »A. GHm'mel! of Juliaetta was a visiT or id Kendrick Tuesday'. • Rev. Aura Smith is assist iog Rev Miiclffll tlifS week in.a series of evau. •gelistio meetings at tlie Methodist diurch. He edmes quite lrgiily re aittpnenderl nod it is to l>e i oped that much good will lie accomplished through his assistance. Mrs. Metcalf was a visitor in Lewis ton last week. The best physic: Chamberlain'« StomaCh and Liver 'Jjiblets. Easy to take; pleasant in » fleet. For sale by A. (J. White, * Co. Our window display shows to-day he smart tilings in Spring Shirtwaists McGrews A number of mir eitiztjtis are making substantial improvements to their res idences and property. Among tliosi we have noticed as doing s « are.Pierce -Hainley who is fixing op tlie grounds ihouti Ills house, 1). S Hunter who das put rustic on hV «1 welling, added a oorcli or two ami .is | aiming It also, ■»nd \Vl S. Wadmau who lias .put a neat new fciu>e about 'his property, built a porch in froijt-of his house and will give it a coat of paint. Smoke, The, Medfortl Absolutely nothing hut white labor mi ployed. 1 .. George E«h a former resident of Kendrick having kept bur for tlie Sr Elmo is a fugitive from justice in [dalio county for the killing of John Bishop in the Buffalo Hump last week ft seemed there had been I,ad idood between these men for some time growing out of trouble »Verlorne wo* m-in. Bishop lived but a few minutes after being shot and was unable pi make any statement as to the trouble. Esli has nut yet been capture»! ami his «nie df tlie story Is unknown', - If lie umt been caught immediately uf»er the shooting he might, have lieen lypiçhed but there is a disposition to be. more lenient with hiin'nt present as lie lias always heliuved himself. Divorce yourself from $15 00 and mar *y oue of those spring suits »>f McGrews. Tlie team of Rev. Guy Kelly run n way Thursday evening mid tnade a big racket as they dashed through the streets. He had »iriveii in to revival services at the Mefoiiist eliurtdl and hitched his team soiiiewliere 111 tlie vi cinity. In some way tliey liecame frightened and broke loose froni the iiiiching post tliey dashed down Kirby street at a tremendous unec and kept it all tlie way down Main street until tliey readied Brady's gillch when they made for home. We have not learned i | no damage dons wliatever. Our M.lliner8 are, sliowing merry colors for the merry montli of May. j I ' Ul * ""d w« the spring togs in cor ; itci form. McGrews. ' Born to Mr and Mrs Will Long i Tim reday April 30 a baby boy. All are j doing well. ; John s -ijili'c I-iV, .y Hp-agin - I,<| ■•pir m—r I f Vi-.. ,,,, , ,, »»•»too v» I, p t, » u»> , , ! l * le exteu< l °f dumag» - » at, the hour of | ! to P r ' , - sa hut we iieleive tliere waa ; OUIt GLORLf SHOES for women fits si* perfectly makes the feet just about I wo sizes smaller looking. , PRICE Always $3.60 We have ready for your in spection and request a com* pafison of qualities «Lawns Batistes Dotted Swiss Scotch Oxfords Mercerized Sicilians Kelso Cords Soie - Mercerized Chambré^ Queen Ann Silk Pont de Venice Semile Soie Scotoh Dimity In co!^>r and lace effects Pricesfraiii Il y Haizlip & Norman I Can supply you with everything you need « GROCERIES, DRY GOODS HARDWARE, NOTIONS The Calve Shoe for Ladies Village School khq£ for Children "LUZON" Shoes/ The best Men, r honest wear I W. E. DAGGETT, Southwirk, Ida Ç If you wilt step In we tPilt » you the finest lot harness and SADDLES iu IDAHO At rices that cant be duplicated We use the best California Oak leather in everything We keep a big stock of tents and wagon coders fiamlcy ONQANIZIO 1IIO & C | ; Pioneer Dray and Express Line, ! I KENDRICK, IDAHO. Wobd, Ice ant kmnd Shingles kept constantly on hand I am prepare^ to do any and all kinds of* work in I d I""- 'n uml nlJuit A roii'gi .ih.ii'. . t »•••.* i >» - i - t iuii\ *»)i;»-iu H'LL. Proo.