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• •s*. VOT,. XII Uk fifetle KENDRICK, LATAH COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1903 NO. 21 How We PI ,yed Baseball Sunday uftt-rnoixn Julinetta base ball nine t liras In d li e Kendrick nine In a comparatively clnae score. Wed nesday afternoon a return game was played on our own diamond und we were thrashed worse than ever. To tell how it happened is impossible. The first of the game Kendrick held her own, and a little better, the latter put t our neighbor town had it her own and did tilings, A fair crowd witnessed the game hut could not those enough to make the ho\ s win out. J,il1iaetta was well represented and left with a pleased loo)». It was a clean game and pleasantness prevailed. Wuen yon talk of errors fumbles, etc we vive it tip, too many to count. Oc casionally there was an argument with the umpire, hut he came out alive. We can not much better express the results I hau in words of our friejtd Huns, who though in language pecu liar has the correct idea. Ola. ay tank ay go liv by Yulata. Ay bun feel hud for dis Jvandrik base bafl buseness. Et muk me sack. Ay nevr cud phi bull butt ay het fim dolar ay cun pin batter dan sum of dns Kau drlk fallars. 8a Ola et vas rottan, ay ball cl)m rit douiien fallars hands and ha letîêt fall and dem K ndrik fallars .sn.tujpn sum 2 hi skaiitlens tu hit tmll wit. Hum of dem cud not hit hallun. Av tank mu be we get sum dose lallars fur plow husencss. Lia Ink butter on ransli dun plaing hall. 8um of dose fallars go to sieap on base an cud not sea hull cum any wliare. Ay am glad Ola you bv by voliner ay tail you cf yu got cedar trea bout 2 bi sax, sand him doun har und ay mak pra-aiit tu Kandrik fallal's und sea ef da kau hit hurra! with et. Val Ola yu kum doun har und av 'k you round tu «jMiu off de stors liar l yu forgat ulboiit base hall game whan yu luk et al de stuf yu kan gut hur fur tim an cliuga sauts. Kum ugan, haus. The Commencement • Program As per our statement in lust issue we take pleasure in presenting the pro gram which will lie rendered by the »ch'iol at the close of this very success ful term. These exercises will be held in the opera house June 5th commencing at 8 p. m. and the public are requested to show their interest in school u (fairs by attending. The following Sunday June "tli a baccalaureate sermon will lie preached for the graduates by llev. J. A. He'dges. The dîass who will have studied in our town school for the last are; Elba McGrew, Aman da Johnson, Lillian Davis, Hallie Hill Bessie J'ember ton, Oakey Hall, Henry Judd. The program prepared for our delectation is: Instrumental Solo - El lia McGrew "Lou isuiiu Purchase Exp. March" Morgan. , Invocation -Rev. W. I. Mitchell K iurce of Every Messing -Class Quintette Lillian Davis Resale Pemberton Hallie Hill Amanda Johnson Elba McGrew Recital -Henry Judd "Our'JL'oumry" The Crows * Boys Trio Oration -Oakey Hall The New Celebration Beautiful Streamlet Class Quintette Class address Prof Begeh W. A.C. The Brownies Boys Chorus Presentation of Diplomas By A. Hunt er President Board of Education School Chorus Vacation Increased Facilities. We have addi-d new rigs ard new stock to our livery establishment to meet Lite increased démuni and can ! now serve you at any and all times. Hood drivers furnished on request. We have tlie best barn in tlie Palouse I -AEl tli corrals, etc. required by tlie de I^Qind (wr feeding. Box stalls are 1 lie disposal of our patrons and the most improved facilities iti tue livery business are found here. Call and see us. Chandi.er & Him,. NOTICE All persons are requested to keep their stock up during tlie night. Any Stock found running at large in tlie streets or alleys of tlie town after dark [" will tie impounded. By Order of the Street and Alley 1 Coumiittee, Council Pioceeiings Council met Wednesday evening, nil present except Hull. , The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved and the following bills al lowed, orders iieing drawn for same: Mecrea Bros & co. 78:3S. J. F. Brown, 2 16. Report of special committee on ap plication Jos. Freuchtel adopted ami petition granted. Mr. Freuchtel being allowed privilege of excavating certain lots and using the clay on street down to grade, subject to supervision of street committee and a bond'of $100. The Mill co and J. F. Brown present ed bids for limitier for the next year. Brown's hid being accepted. Ot motion council adinurned. Texas Ridge Closes School A very enjoyable time was spent at the Texas ridge school house Saturday, that being the Inst day of school. The patrons gathered in with well filled baskets to which all present did ample justice-. A fine program was rendered showing careful training on the teachers part; inclusive of speeches by the trustees and friends. Those gaining prizes for not being absent or tardy during the term were, Sarah Strahl, Cornelia Rnudall, Lofe Randall, Hortense Randall and Lloyd liirnduil. The tendier, Mrs Noma Taylor receives our hearty thanks for kind and faithful performance of duty, Afresh Strawberries, Ice créa tn and Cake Can be procured at the social of the Ladies Aid in the Pacific Ho tel sample rooms tomorrow (Satur day until 7 p. in. See posters. Camp Meeting at Peck. A Camp meeting will be commenced at Peck Idaho, on June 18. A large tent will he secured for the? purpose. Plenty of water and shade for campers and full and fiee, sal vatiou for all. People coming who do not wigft to eump will find good and reasonable ac commodations at the Hotel. Several holiness preache,S' will he present to assist, in spreading tlie Holy Fire. All are in vited to come and "lake of the »ater of life freel,". "He that be lieveili oil the Soil hath everlasting' life." Joseph Brock Evangelist. Notice, Tlie building committee of the Luth eran church will rective sealed bids for tlie carpenter work on their structure at Cameron Ida. up to June 1st 1903. Plans and specifications at the resi dence of M. Bleck. Tlie committee reserves the right to reject any aud all bids. address M. Bleck. Wanted Immediately. Teams are wanted, as many as pos sible, to iiaui lumber from tlie Arnold mill to tlie station at Kendrick. Also bids are wanted on trucking logs from five to eight hundred thousand. Bids to lie su omitted not later than June 15th 1903. For further information as to teams or bids, write or call on' Willis Arnold. Kendrick Ida. The increased demand for Sta'e lands for grazing purposes is most gralifyiug and wide-awake stockmen and ranch ers in every county ure applying for tracts that are most convenient and desirable. Vast quantities of laud here tofore open to tlie public are being fenced and tlie receipts for rental will malcriall swell ttie common school fund. The ii.iome fram tirs source lias increased at a surprising rate. Many liv< s ock owners are not aware t liât all school land is subject to lease at prices ranging from 12J to 25 cents per acre per ithnuni. Duplicate records of la,.ds of each county are kept by tlie County Treas urer and are open for public inspection thus making it possible for any inter ested person to learn ihestans of any piece without trouble or delay. The treasurers of tlie various counties, as well as tlie Secretary of tlie State Lund Department, will lie pleased to furnish full information upon ai plication either by mail or in ptrsou, Peck, Ida, Mch. 35th -03. We have tested "Good as Gold" Washing compound and find ilint it washes ciotiies perfectly and requires tin rubbing. Mrs. Ol. Farley. " Was h burn. " B. S. Kugg. Mrs. Hester Sbelburu. For Sale. Two good teams and two. good sad- ! die horses. A good bargain. Inquire I at Chandler's Livery StuHtfe J A Farmer Straightened Out "A man living on a farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with rheumatism. I handed iiitn a bottle of Chimberaiii's Pain Balm and told him to use it free ly and if not satisfied after using it lie neèd not pay a cent for it," says Cî P. Rayder, of Pattens Mills, N. Y. "A few days later lie wuiked .into tile store as straight as a string and hand ed me a dollar saying, "give me au-» other bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I want it in the bouse all tlie time for it cured me. For Salé by A. C. White & Co. By a -Presistent Cough but Permantly Cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law, in Germauville, S. C. had been troubl ed 1'or four or five years witlra contin uous cough which lie says, "greatly alarmed me, causing me to fear that I was in tlie first stage of cniisumpgän." Mr, Burbage, having seen Chuiuuer laiu's Cough Remedy udvertised, ^in cluded to try it. Now read what lip says ot it: "I soon felt a remarkable change and after using two bottles of tlie twenty-fire cent size, was per manently cured." Sold by A» C. White ifc Co. Did Y ou See Benjamin & Sons? Sale for the 18th. If you have any thing you want to sell, get it around, or if there is anything you want .to buy, get around yourself. | Presbyterian General Assembly . Loa Angeles Cal, May 21 to Ju<jul£| & For t he alKive occasion tlie Nor Pac. Ry. Co. will sell round trip jickeis to Los Angeles Cui. as follows. V T ia Port land and Sunset Route, ail rail $49 20 tickets on sale May 13 14 ur.d IS. Via Portland and O. R. & N Steamers to San F r a il c i sco $46 90 t i|c k ets on sale May 10, 11,15, and 1« Via Seattle and Pacifie Coast S. S. Co. steamers $5.90 tickets oti Bale May 7 and 12. •Final limit for return July 15th. Stopovers wll ne allowed ill Califor nia in either direction. L. Ht H^re, Agent Mr. Joseph Pominville, o^tillwate« Minn., after having spent over $2,000 witli the best doctors for stomach trouble, without relief, was advised by his druggist, Mr. Alex. Richard, to try a box of Chamberlain's S omach and Liver Tablets. He did so,- and Is a well man to-day. If troubled with indigestion, bad taste in tlie mouth, lack of appetite or constipation, give! these Tablets a trial, and you are cer tain tobe more than pleased with the • result. For sale at 25 cents per box by A. C. White & Co. j A Little Early Riser. »Now and then, at bedtime will cure constipation, biliousness and liver I trouilles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers , are tlie famous little pills that cure by i arousing ttie secretions, moving tlie bowels gently, yet elfeofnallv, and j giving such tone ami strength to tl.e ! glands of the stom icn and liver that tlie causj of tlie trouble is removed entirely, and if tliei•* use is continued for a few days, there will be no return I of tlie complaint. Sold bv White & Co and F. M. Snyder, i.eland Ida. The X-Rays. Recent experiments, by practical ' tests and examinât ion with tlie aid of I tlie X Rays, established it as a fact that Catarrh of the stomach is not a ; disease of itself, tint that it results! from repeated attacks of indigent ion. i "How can I cure My Indigestion?" . Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is curing thou- i sands, it will cure you of indigestion j and dyspepsia, ami prevent or cure, j Catarrh of tlie Stom veil, K</do! di- ' 1 gents w uat you eal—makes the sto i ma -h sweet. Sold by White & Co.' | F. M. Snyder, Liluud Lia. FOB INTENSE CULTIVATION use ClarkiS i r Lap Cutaway Mm Bros. & Go 9®<$i®(S>®<g»®®®<S)®<g>®®<SxSxS)®®®(*xsxSxg).sxax&<S>«x»xs/sgKsX8»iSxsx*x£)<gx*) @®®<sxg®®® r - MB I daho Meat & Provision Co 1 J. M. Wild, Proprietor! WHOLESALE Meat Market RETAiL fin fin ® Fresh and Salted Meats Game, Poulty and Fish in Season I Highest Market Price Pail for all Kleis of Lire Stool 1 ® (•) ü Kendrick Idaho I The Gazette Do you take It? SI.. Are You Ready for FLIES? When they Come at a m K You may need a screen doer % ? any morning now fjtj They are cheap this season, and vve have a good jtjj. j\ assortment ji if-h . ____________ (hji M We have all widths of wire screening for ■ O Repairing ([)) A coat of 'New Era' paint makes an old door (Jl) look like new A ,\\ !) 5:15 r • war œ m ©