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Ä Store with a Soul
jäfc We have always believed that a business institution of any kind was just as good or just as bad as those who con- w trolled its policy. This store had its birth among the mas T* r. e ®.^ â h . as reac ^ed its magnitude in a few years because M t W d ia business on right principles. If it had done business 4 $ 011 Principles partly right and partly wrong, it might have aP Â rc^mrcd thirty or jorty years to reach its present m-igni- W tude, had it reached it at all. This is anhonest store! A store w with a heart that beats for the masses. It is an honest store that never allows merchapdise to enter its doors which it cannot conscientiously offer to its customers and guaran tee quality and wholesomeness in every respect. Ï , is the store which first took the stand in this community chat a trad was not a trade until a customer was satis he ! the strength of its motto, "Satisfaction or Yoi Back," has been amply verified by being ador. fc< ious other institutions. & * t & * & & * & & & & & & 4b 4b nej by var You can buy goods here with the full confidence that you are not paying high credit prices made necessery by large expenses and losses incident to doing a big credit business. Prices based on the above stated principles. £ REW -YT m TO&k .-i A ßSßu.ji I A. » m w m rmsnx n I | 1 ABSÎRAGTS of TITLE To all Lands and Lots in Latah Cy Idaho - - Idaho Realty Title & Trost Moscow, Ida ...THE... Kendrick State Bank Kendrick Idaho Interest Paid on Tims Deposits Transacts a General Bhsiuo Banking 2r. J. Dyer President l'nssident of Excbang« Kal'l, Spokane C. M. Keep A W Gordon Cashier Ass'i Cashier BUY THE wm SEW ING MAC HINE Do not be deceived by those who ad vertise a $60.00 Sewing Machine fur $20.00. Tills kind of a machine can be bought from us or any of our dealers from $16.00 to $18.00. WC MARK A VARIETY. THE NEW HOWE IS THE BEST, j The Feed determine« the strength or 1 weakness of ßewing Machines. The»,* Doublet Feed combined with other ? strong points makes the New Homo ] the best Sewing Machine to buy. Writs for CIRCULARS SSS •we manufacture aud prices before purchasing ! THE NEW HOME SEWIN« MACHINE 80. ORANGE. MASS. 28 Union Sq. N. Y., Chicago, III., Atlanta, Oa., gt. Louis,ilo., Dallas,Tex.,Han Francisco, Cal : FOR BALK BY Hunter Brothers^ iv u JricK ï /gent ItonM Oram Co. Ltd. LEWIS HUNTER, i Dealers In and Shippers WHEAT, BATS, BARLEY and FLAX We have a large quantity of Grain Bag' and Twine to furnish our Customers We bave a large Warehouse to receive and store all kinds of Grain. Grading and piling separately to suit customers Let us Talk Business with You KENDRICK IDAHO fd iwM •j i m r* 999 ■ C in each town to fake orders for oar tow High Grad. Guaranteed Bicycles. ife&r $903 ** Complete G&r '75 Sä ®983HOk, ßW Guaranteed Ulgh Credo $ A Ceauty », ".%}«stonf, w Road Itacer usual price. Choice of any standard fires and best equipment on all our bicycles, btror ;• t guarantee, Th m wo smp oa appro val C. O. D. to any one [u NÉS without a cent deposit and allow |Q BAYS ÏBEE K&Av.f > fa wimouz a cent at,------------- 1W . ip 1 « T$'?AL before purchase is binding. W èoo CiwrdHand Whttets *4 . tr-ker. In trade by our Chicago retail stores. tÄrj 1 1 t.j| makes and models, (rood as new.......... r ■ pi- 33 i.rei. cqeiLimrni. sunenes and r=r.ortln? poods of all kinds, at liai; rceuiar pr!cc, ourt lfsesunç-v< a't!.ig. ç „ nies a world of useful lrloricatl-a. Write for , w i » iieïft ftWA e flA ÄO a Ls V I GLE C0«9 ÙlSa \J * ♦ * J J § V | ' f J f Hunter Proprietor Kandriak Luishr YardI m Sliiugles, Moulding, Coal, Lumber. Li mo, CITY DRAY I am prepared to do any and § all kinds of work in the liue» of dray iug or transfer ♦ • ~-r Fv- c-'o in- ■ M »iHOdW'it*' . .->«>1 « >« Ju Church Notice. German Lutheran church at erou, Ida., Service will be held Sunday at 10 h. m. by P.ev. C. Ho 1 f. German Lutheran service will lie litid at tlie Presbyterian church in liaetta, Ida. every alternate Sunday at -.oi) p. m. Preabytenan Church. Sabbath school. Sabbath, 10 a m Preaching, Sabbath, 11 a. in. Y P. s. C. E., Sabbath, sunmier 7 p. m.. win er 6:80 p. m. J. A. Hkikh.S, Past Notice I On and after July 1st the post avI! Î flo*- „I s p »n in- r III-lit. a.; Ho • • v. Pun, l„! Csm-! r y o I Ti < •< OH I t i *e Kendrick Gazette FUDUSt-lLD EVERY FRIDAY. -- KY - WÄCK'NTOSH & WEBER Knterad at the t'ostofflee at Kendrick, Idaho is second-class mail matter. TKUMS OK HUBSCKIFTIOK. One Year ii:r Months Three .Months ADV-EKT1HINU KATKH. bocal notices. first week périmé. .$0.10 Each subsequent week........ 0.05 Display locals, tirst week........ 0.15 Rack subsequent week..........0.10 Display advertisements per month single column, uer inch........ 1.00 FRIDAY, JULY 3 , 1000. the lower end of main St. The pmd i a question is ft u v .1 mroo * 1 ^ mencing ha 1 he city council at its last meet ing m June passed the following resolution as taken from the min utes of that meeting. "On motion the street commissioner was in structed to drain the water from the ex med q in the ground com of tlis property of 11 \ T Neho i an! \ P M im i„ v ü b 1 a,i 1 A 1 ' a ' 1 Continuing far as Brady gulch. There area large number n oi .springs com ng out of the rocks all aloiur the north side of main St. :iU Rj01 - r the «<le of main St. j au-l their united ivaters mad© quit«« j* 1 little stream hv the tim« thsv 1 -. j 1 (X so treara by the time they reached the de, ression spoken < f above and here they collect tm iug a pool-of a considerable length and si ib but contint a ly runni out at the lower * n 1 so that the ! water can not L; said o be etavn eut though it appears to our pre- h sent council to be so and a menace j to the health of the town. For this reason apparon My.they deoil vi to d'g the outlet deeper and drain 1 off ail of the waters Now let us j say frankly tlmt we d > not believe | that the water was stagnant and unhealthy. The la •s :it in ï h • w u nurn •r- ac: II: of 1 . 1 cations of its freshness and health fulnes as well as the constant in flow and outflow of the water itself If the council had decided to drain off the pond, fill up the depression with dirt and gravel and make it thoroughly passable for vehicles of every kind there might be some ground for theii action and we are not so sure but that we would have commended it. But such was not their design is shown by the re solutions at the head of this article the only thing in view being the draining of the waters and that at a cost not to exceed $25. perhaps also to give the street commissioner something to do. In accordance therefore with the aforesaid reso lution of the council the street com missioner last week commenced work with a force of men digging a deep ditch beginning at the lower end of the pond and extending it for a considerable distance so as to drain the waters into the Potlatch. In due time the ditch was com pleted, draining the pond it is true but leaving an immense mudhole with a stream of water running through its midst and which we be lieve it is designed to leave as at present. What has been gained? Nothing so far as we can see either to make the spot more healthful or to be more beautiful or more useful The mud hole still remained, the germs of disease if there were anv lurking in this innocent looking pool can find a more ready access to the atmosphere and the place generally made unsightly and all this at a cost of $25. which the council said should be the limit of cost? By no means. We believ* that we are estimating it cotiser ■'atm lj when we say that the city comm i vhen they comq to estimate , tf oo,.t of the work already done v ill find it approximating $100 an 1 there is yet the cost of the lumber and the making and plac ing of the box trench for the ditch that was dug to drain off the water. By what sort of logic can the coun cil juggle with the city a money in thi.- way without really showing any improvement? During the process of this work a remonstrance against it was circulated by A. P. Hamley and signed by many of our leading tax payers asking that the work be delayed until further investigations should shows its necessity or what should be done in order to make this spot of gome use or more healthy if it really was un healthy. This was placed in the hands of the council we believe or members of the council or gt least ■diown to them. Did they do any thing about it? Not the least atten tion was given it until after the work was done that (hey wanted done and then in regular session took it up, with what results is shown in the minutes of this paper. It does seem to us that in a mat ter of this kind where a paper is signed by the leading tax payers asking for a cessation df certain public works until their wisdom could be demonstrated and duly presented that, the metnbero of the council are surely presunainggre.it iy on their position. It looks to us as though there was a nigger in he woodpile somewhere. There is an appearance of spitework about or of such stubhomess as to de «erve the lash of public criticism. Let it be said in all honesty that all the n lembere of the council are noi in sympathy with this work as m _ ]t carried on in the matter t ^ le P on ds and h P°' which the present !iave been inaugurated; the spend il! S so much money to little pur pose and the ignoring of the re ar® op>posed to ding so much mqney without ibtainiug the desired end. They ire J. I. Mitcham and J. 8. Crock Oil r objection the spirit in work seems to iiioost a roc by the people.