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A Cure Pot Dyepepeia.
I hafi dysyepsia Id it* worst form and fait miserable mart of tbe time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Kndoi Dyspepsia Cura which has com pletely cured me.—Mrs. W. W. Baylor Hilliard. Pa. No appetite, loss of aUength, nervousness, headache, con stipation, bad breath, sour risings, in digestion, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kode). Kodol represents the nat ural jutass of digestion combined with with tbe greatest known products and reconstructive properties. It cleansesi purifies and sweetens the stomaeh Bold by White A Co., Kendrick and F, M. Snyder, Leland, Ida. Dieting Invites Disease. To cure dyspepsia or Indigestion it ii no longer accessary to live on mil a id teat. Starvation produces such weakness that the whale system be comes an easy prey to dlaeaee. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and as similate all of the wholesome lood that one cares to eat, and ia a never failing cure for indigestion, dyspepsia and ail stomach troubles. Kodol digests wbat you eat—makes the stomach sweet. Sold by F. M. Bo y der, Iceland and White & Co. Leudrick, Ida. 6. HUE s At the Pair. R- B. Ni mes wishes to announce that, be is in attendance at the Mos cow fair, but will be home for a few days after Moscow closes or until the opening of the Peck fair. To thoee holding tickets he requests that they 1 tajn same till he returns. Mr.. Himes lias the exclusive right or con cession as photographer of the Mos cow, Pbck and Lewiston fairs and Bow has hie tent arranged at the fi pines. I The Kendrick «STTT« WV V Of Inter" -•* To Each of Us « Mrs. P. Jenkins and root her are in Moscow this week visiting. Chas. F. Hamlin eras taking In the Moscow sights 4hla weak. Dr. Btoneburaer spent Tuesday even in town during which time he was made a full-fledged Rebcfeeh. Or account of the scarcity of cars, Md the tremendous quantity of wheat Sew coming In, the Vollmer Clearwa ter Co., at this point are loading flat ears which they cover with tarpaulins This Is getting to be quite i custom In tbe Inland Empire and for several sea sons has worked to perfection. For a pleasant physietake Chamber lain's Stomach aad Liver Tablets. Kaay to take and pleasant in effect. For sale by White A Ce. Quite a number of our residents are attending the Moscow fair this week whom names we did not secure. Mr«. t,*B.~Beelrley Is et the home of Mrs. Emerson, attending Mrs. Kelly. Mrs. John Rwndberg and Hope Berkley are In Moecow attending the flair. Beatty Bros gave a moving nictate exhibition in the hall Wednesday evening which waa the best of its kind we bave seen. John P. Vellmer of Lewiston was in Keadtick Wednesday looking after hie variant busi ne ss interests at this paint. Did yeu ssy apple trees? The Rome Beauty, Oano, Joaathan and Wagner can he purchased from H El Wessels in any quantity, one to 10,000 and at a prias that can't be duplicated. The Potlatch Land Co. had Mr. Kabdernsan of Iowa looking over their Potlatch property Tuesday. Bbee Palish at Osborn's. H. E. Wessels is preparing to move his fkmily into his town residence. Miss Mamie Hunter spent Saturday and Suuday in Moscow. Mr. Nisplon, brother of Mrs. Haupt, left Saturday with hia family fur the Coeur d'Alene after a two weeks visit here. fl. B. Osborne has been distributing a considerable of advertising matter, and the quickening of sales shows the result. Mrs. Lydia Hodson, a sister of C. W Jessup, arrived here Friday last from Kansas on a visit to her brother. It nas been years slued they have seen each other and Mr. Jessup went to Vollmer to meet her. Mrs. Hodson will make quite a little visit now she is here, C. W. Hall is finishing the interior of the upper story ot bis building and will reut the same to parties desiring either rooms or offices. An indepen dent entrance is being made ana two inside stairways. Oil at Oeboru's to make your shoes waterproof. P. W. Green, our new ageut is g t ling set to rights and grasping the sit uation. We age glad to state that both he and hie wife are well pleased with our town and we look forward to moat social future aa we are aware that our citiseue welcome them siucerely " L* Martin Themaa hauled in hi- threshJ lag outfit Tuesday and slacked it away tor another aeaa»u. Rather a remark able record, hut curing his entire sea son he was ouiy delayed two hours by aceideut or breakdown and lit* aver age run per day wae 900 bushels. Shoe laces at Osborn's. Don,t forget that Kendrick is pre paring a play for the public, the caste « iw home talent. A guarantee of a good time. Wait till you aee the caste of the coming Horn* Talent Dramatique Troupe, Pianos and organs from the famous Allen A Gilbert-Kamaker Co. of Port land, Ore. L. A. Kerr, agent. High grade instrument«. Good terms. Bee them at the jewelry store. j The M. E. chuych will have a song service a week from Friday on Oct. 9th Practice ia now being held to that end MASONS—Neal Thursday, Oct. 8th the first meeting in Octet*» is held Don't forget the date. Visites cor diully welcomed. Howard UfcBt has returned from j Spokane and will occupy the position | oi cashier and stenographer with Me -1 We are glad to welcome How- j ■cents çev J- %e hwvefcA*. Grew, it'd bach Mrs. A. Hill was visiting in Lewis ton the first of the week. ('has Fisher came down from Mos cow (Sunday for a brief visit with his sister. Mr. Turner of the Cash Hardware Co. spent a day with his friend P. D. Roberts, on his return from homestead ing in the Coeur d'Alenes. X pleasant call was made at the Gazette offloe. Now is the time to set out your trees and that you may get what you want we note the fact that H. E. Wessells has the celebrated Rome Beauty. Gano Jonathan and Wagner apple trees, two year olds, tine large and healthy. Mr. Wessels Is selling the above at a very low figure, they are perfectly acclima ted and he will he wise who purchases from him. Remember Osborn sells the Reid Brunke shoes for men and boys. Every pair of shoes sold by Osborn is sold under a positive guarantee not to rip or burst from the soieB. Cork soles, Shoe Nails, Rubber heels at Osborn's Call and examine those shoes at Os born's shoe shop, they cannot be beat for hard wear. Ail hand made. a>M )l( l l l( I M t TITLES OF NOBILITY Vre fur sale Id Newark, N. J, on the \ 1.V TAIJ.MENT PLAN They may be applied for by any < Healthy American Poverlgn at any of the established agencies of the MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY^ ITS Policies are— "Home Preservers, Child Educators, Saviors from Want in Old AGe," and therefore BadokS of Mobility H. W. WEBER— Is the Company's District Agent. Write or call on him—"Get Noble" cts» - Dg tbe fo,k8 Ht that P olnt - Mrs. A. W. Gordon, who has been feeling miserable -for some time left Tuesday morning fora visit with her daugiiter and family in Helena, Mont. It is much hoped that the trip will do lier a deal of good and undoubtedly she will return refreshed and recuper ated from her trip. T. B. West is fixing up the lower floor of the old lodge hail, which lie has rented to D. B. Hunter, As soon as it is resdy Mr. Hunter will move in C. Tweedy reports very fair success with his bean crop and especially with his broom coru. Miss Grostein of Lewiston was visit ing with her relative, Mrs. H. W. Weber this week. R. M. Crockett, an old friend of the editor, made a brief visit here from Wilbur this week. Rev. J. A. Hedges was in Juliaetta this week attending the fall meeting of Presbytery which met at that point Miss Kate McBeth, accompanied by Rev. James Hayes and Mark Arthur made a visit on the family of Rev. _Hedges Tuesday. Mrs. A. C. White and daughter are in Moscow enjoying the fair and visit Mrs. C. F. Cole and Dr. Pemberton and daughter are fair visitors at Mos cow. — Fruit Galore. P. T. Barnum reports good business for this week at the cold storage. They have shipped four carloads of fruit this week; one of prunes on Sunday, one of apples, Monday auother of apples Wednesday, And one of pruues touior row. They are receivjng quite a number of beaus, and as slated elsewhere will eitiier buy, sell, store or commission your produce. Henry Bwitzer and wife returned Wednesday from tueir visit to Spokane. The Salve That Heals Without leaving s scar is *DeWitt's. Tiie name Witch Hnzle Salve is the only With Hazle Salve made that con tains tbe pure unadulterated^ witch lia If any «liier witch haale sdve is le. „ 'T " ? «'unterfeit. E. C-j DeWitt invented with ha sei salve and;] DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is the! best salve in the world for cuts, hums, bruises, tetter or blind, bleeding, itch ing and protruding piles. Bold by F. M. Snyder, Leland and, White A Co. Kemiswk- tda. Haizlip & Norman Rtgn Hrt Our Customers Think Our $10 Suits are much better values than they have seen elsewhere* We think f The ones we show at $12 . 50 , $14 and ^18 just as good values in proportion f to the price paid What Do Tou Think <§> #> We are vitally interested in your opinion. Won't <§> you examine the goods and tell us f.'i -A -A-Æ? Hearts are Trumps IfYou Buy them at KERR'S JEWELRY STORE With or without a cinch in the way of fine Bracelets All kinds, all sizps, all styles. We invite you to call j> and examine the stock nf both lately received |> v -v KENDRICK LIVERY STARLE The Best Stock Expert Drivers Best Rigs in Kendrick All kinds of Feed, Timoty Hay, Chop, Grain. Board by day or month ■ i I ! ' j Giue us a Trial CHANDLER & HILL Livery, Feed & Sale 1 i FURNITURE j Chairs, Lounges, Beds. Mantels, ^ Mirrors, Mattresses, Springs, Rockers, Mirrors, Desks, Wall Paper Picture Framing Second GOOD? Bought ami Sold Hunter Brothers 3> Si> ^4 WAN! ED- 'tfJT'Nr, MEN to prepare for lovera meut Positions, rfoe openings in aP Departments. Good Salaries. Hapid Premo tlouKiuruIpHtUmssoon. Particulars free rnttr-Stute Cor: Inst.. Cedtu lUpMs la Watlted-An Idea & . washinetoT-., n t f .t t iijoi M f Ir'A'v 'nil -