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KENDRICK, LATAH COUNTY, IDAHO, "FRIDAY, JUNE, 5, 1903 NO, 23 Commencement Tonight. This evenii g comes off the Commencement. Now don't forget this occasion hut attend and show your appreciation of the splendid work done the last term by the present corps of teachers. This is tue» largest class yet graduated from our school aud tile program, urraugmei-tis ;aud all will take you hack to your own de parture from school or college. It is as i-eat und nicely arranged as the prog ram of the University. Atteud and for a few hours go back to the time of your youth, when the world before you scanned itestirface through glasses which lent a roseate blend to its dif ficulties. By your presence you show your appreciation of the teacher and give courage and strength to the young people who are just ou life's thresh old—Come. Bong "Idaho" -Chorus Instrumental Solo - Elba McOrew "Louiaana Purchase Exp. March" Morgan. Invocation -Rev. W. I. Mitchell Bouroe ef Every Blessing -Class Quintette Lillian Davis Bessie Pemberton Hallie Hill Amanda Johnson Elba McUrew Recital -Henry Judd "Oür Country" The Brownies Boys Chorus Oration ^-Oakey Hall The New Celebration Çlag Salute -School Beautiful Streamlet Class Quintette Class address Prof Beach"W. A.C. The Crows Boys Trio . Presentation of Diplomas By A. Hunt er President Board if Education School Chorus Vacation Any flowers intended for the grad uates ou the night of commencement should be marked for the oue intend ed so as to save confusion. Increased Facilities. We bave add'(1 new rigs ard new stock to our livery establishment to meet the increased dem imi and oan now serve you at any and all times. Good drivers furnished on request. We have the best barn in the Palouse with corrals, etc. required ly tile de mand lor feeding. Box stalls are I lie disposal of our patrons and the most improved facilities in the livery business are found here. Call aud see us. Chandler A Hill. NOTICE All persons are requested to keep their stock up during the night. Any Btock fodnd running at large in the streets or alleys of the towuufter dark will he Impounded. By Order of the Street aud Alley Committee. Wanted Immediately. Teams are wanted, as many as pos sible, to haul 1 tun her from tiie Arnold mill to tlie station at Kendrick. Aiso bids are wanted on trucking logs from five to eight hundred thousand. Bids to he suninitted not later than Juue 15th 1903. For furl her information as to teams or bids, write or call on Willis Arnold. Kendrick Ida. Th» case of J. I. Mitcham versus the Kendrick Water company is continu ri j until the next term of court. After] everything was ready for trial and the principal witness for the plaintiff wa> , on tile star id a technicality was dis ; covered by which it was found that ^thé case could uot be tried by this term i o. court. ' ■ Motet At ba*t nri Je; n Fruith and i Miss Willis went to Lewiston Wednes day, returning Thursday. We ate the cheapest on summer | underware, we invite comparison in ! price aud quality. M. C. McGrew. WANTED MEN Fif'y men are wanted to work on the bear creek road at $2. per day. Ap ply to Martin Thomas, or the jewelry sto re. «>£ want your Insurance. 1 Kendrick Realty Co. Important Sale MEANS MUCH TO KENDRICK Kendrick Milling Company Interests Transferred to Vollmer-Clearwater Orain Co. The Clearwater Grain company yes terday purchased the big milling plant of the Kendrick Milling company, located at Kendrick, the consideration being $30,000. /H. H. Ames, capitalist, of Hutchinson, Minn , was the princi pal stockholder in the company and he made the sale in order to devo e his entire time to large business interests in the east. The mill, which has a capacity of 225 bbls. a day, was installed at Kendrick about two years ago and and W one of the largest plants in the inland empire country. The mill building is equipped in such manner as to enable the capacity to be con veniently increased to 500 barrels daily. The present water flume pro vides 200 horse-power aud the water right is one of great value. When seen yesterday and questioned regarding the pureliase, Mr. E. W. Eaves, of the grain company, said: "The milling plant lias been purchased for the purpose of- a better market lor the wheat grown in the Clearwater country. It will enable us to mix the bluestein wheat, grown in the lower altitudes of the grain lielt, with the varieties growu in the higher altitudes, * providing a combination that makeft the liest known flour. At the snmejitne the step will allow us to add an extensive business to the grain businese bÿ cleaning grain and grind ing feed for the coast and local market, returning our flour to our warehouses for local distribution. As the business demands, it is tlie purpose to increase the capacitv of the mill up to the full 500 barrels dally." It has been known for some time that the grain company lias been ne gotiating for rlie pureliase of the big milling plant but no announcement was made oublie until last evening.— Lewiston Tribune. • TIiIh sale we believe means much for the good of Kendrick. The plant is one of the best in t lier state of Idaho but it lias not been run to its full capacity. The new company will run it to its fullest eti pneitv, employ more men und make a number of additions to the pfant which will arid greatly to its efficiency. We predict a large ship ment of flour and feed stuff from this point at once and much larger ship ments as the months go by. Mn Ames who was formerly the principal owner of the plant will now devote the rest of his time to his large interests in the east. Our Game Law Sec. 5. It shall he unlawful to kill j , ; i i | ! j or destroy or have In possession for any purpose, at any time of tiie year, any trout or black bass-less than four inches in length, aud the possession of any such Ash shall be a misdemeanor. It is unlawful for any person or persons to stretch a line or lines in or across any of the waters of this Btate and atta'ch thereto hooks commonly ktiowu as "Btiag hooks." The in tention being to prohibit wiiat is known as "snag hook fishing." Bee. 6. It shall tie unlawful for the owner or owners of any sawmill, re ducing works, smelters, refining or concentrating works, or any of the emyloyees thereof, or any other person or persons, whomsoever, to deposit, throw, < r in any way permit to pass into any natural stream or lake any saw dust, chemicals, or other sub stances that will or may tend to tiie destruction ordriviug away from such waters, any fish or kill any fish by tiie use of any' poison or deleterious drug or by M e use of any explosive sul Mtance, < r to explode or cause to be ex ploded, anv ppwder,-hvrcules powder, dynamite, ^.iroglyceriue, lime gass or other explosive sub -tance, for the pur pose of catching, killing, or destroying any kind oi fish. Provided, tiiat if it shall become necessary for any person or persous tb use any df said explos ives for the purpose of internal im provement in any of the streams or likes of this Btate, such person or persons before m-iqg sbeh explosives] must seoure permission from tbe uuuty Couiut.sstouers, or. tUe 8.ate fish and game warden or the deputy warden of the county In which kuch said explosives are to be used. Pro vided further, that nothing in thia wet contained, shall prevent the owner or owners of any quarts mill|or reduction works in this state, now or hereafter to be located upon any natural stream or lake, from operating said quarts mill or reduction works where the said owner or owners thereof shall build or cause to be built a suitable dam to be used in connection with said quartz mill or reduction works, for prevent ing any del terious chemicals from flowing into such stream or lake. * Council Proceedings The City council met In regular meeting Wednesday evening June 3rd, All the members were present. The minutes of the preceeding meeting Were read and approved with slight correct ions- The following bills were allowed und ordered paid; Kendrick Gazette $5,75; Chas. Weber. $46,25; H. P. Hull $1,80; D. B. Mackintosh $5. Crocker A Meyer8$5.15; Cora Crow $10; D. J, Rowlands $1,65; Hunter de VonSoehnen $2 70; Henry Durbin,$40; D. W. Han nah $17,50; Five dollars aud fifty cents were deducted from the bill of the Lincoln Hardware dt Implement Co. for $21,00 for replacing hydraut untill such time as the hyddraut should be properly fixed. The balance of the bills was allowed and ordered paid. The bill of D.. W. Hannali for $17,50 was not allowed, The report of the street and alley committee was read and adopted condeming certain side walks. The street commissioner was ordered to notify'property holdershav ing such sidewalk in front of their pro perty to replace them at ODCe in 'ac cordance with the recommeudalions of the committees on tile in the office of city clerk. The report of tjie special comniitsee on ti^e bond ot Joseph Frucli tl was read and adopted aud tiie bond ordered to be cared for by the clerk. Tiie petition of Joseph Fruchtl that he be allowed to remove dirt in or upon Kirby street under instructions of the street commissioner was reported fa vorably aud the petition grained. The street commissioner Was instructed to drain the water from, tiie lower end of ttiuin street the cost not to exceed $25. The finance committee was authorized to employ an attorney in drawing up the tux ordinance. The council then adjourned to meet at the call of tiie chairman. * A Serious Mistake. E. C. DeWitt A Co., is the name of tiie firm who makes the genuine Witch Hazel Salve. DeWitl's is the Witch Hazel Balve that heals without leaving a sear. It is a serious mistake to use 'others. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Balve cures blind, bleeding, itching and pro truding piles, burns, bruises, eczema aud all skin diseases. For sale by A 0. White A Co., Kendrick, aud F. M. Snider, Leland; Idaho. | Chamberlain's Colic,J Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is everywhere n cognized as the one remedy that can always lie depended upon and I liât is pleasant to take. It is especially valuable for summer diar rhoea in children and is undoubtedly the me ns of saving tiie lives of a great many children each year. For sale by A. (J. White A Co. Cuts, Bruises and Burns Quickly Healed. ('hnniberlain's Pain Balm is an anti septic liniment, and when applied to cuts, bruises aud burns, causes them to Heul without maturation and much more quickly than by the usual tVeat meut. For sale by A. C. White & Co. Attention Knigit i of Phythias. All K of P's are requested to meet at the Hull Sunday Juue Tib at one o'clock P. M. prepared to it fend decoration s-rvices at tbe cemetery. W. M. McCrea. C. C, For Sale. Two good teams and two good sad die horses. A good bargain. Inquire at Chandler's Livery Biahle. Did You See Bi njamin & Sons? I Sale for the 18th. If you have any thing you want to sell, get it around, j or it'mere is anytoiug you want to V> u >'i «round yourself. The Very Latest And Up To Datest Washing Machines AND Wringers McCrea Bros. & So 1 Id aho Meat & Provision Co J. M. Wild, Proprietor! WHOLESALE Meat Market RETAiL Fresh and Salted Meats Game, Poulty and Fish in Season Hiebest Markt Price Paià for ail liais of Live Start § §> Kendrick Idaho • ®''»X*X 5 XSXSX*X»X»< 3 Sy»X»>S<S>^«XSI'®<SX©< 5 X»XSX^*) ®@xi The Gazette Do you take It? $1, •e-O a s p Füllen /Measure' A E N 9 T 231 Cubic inches of dint II always does w „you buy W 9 o D am -.11 5^8 N V PURE. in hidht. Its pure too, every atom of it. A chemical, analysis and a certificate of purity with every gallon __ _____ o [ e? Acme White Lead fr Color Warh3, D[ M T ,f; ---- ) Qsfe^FOR SALE fb) ) 9 y y ifî,'