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The Kendrick gazette. [volume] (Kendrick, Idaho) 1892-1968, November 01, 1918, Image 4

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Sandwiches
Bread
Confectionery
Fruits
Lunches Coffee Cocoa
Doughnuts Cookies Pies
— In Addition to —
Soft Drinks
Tobaccos
Phone Orders Taken
Ice Cream
Cigars
TOM MçPOWELL'S
VOTE FOR
John L. Woody
FOR SHERIFF
Pyrex and Guernsey
CASSEROLES
Prices Range From
$2.00 to $5.00
Community Silverware
Farmers Hardware
Company
Pay Your Bills by Check And
You Pay Them But Once
This is settling up time of the year. The re
sults of your year's hard work are realized in
cash. Instead of carrying your hard won
earnings in your pocket and paying your bills
in cash we invite you to open an account with
this bank, take a check book and thus receive
for each bill paid an indisputable receipt.
Business methods pay big in Farming) as well
as in every other occupation.
We welcome all accounts,
large or small and guarantee
satisfaction.
Kendrick State Bank
j
POLITICAL ADVERTISING
Republican Ticket
U. S. Senator
(Long Term)
W. E. BORAH
U. S. Senator
(Short Term)
FRANK R. GOODING
Representative in Congress
(First District)
BURTON L. FRENCH
Justice of the Supreme Court
ALFRED BUDGE
Governor
D. W. DAVIS
Lieutenant Governor
C. C. MOORE
Secretary of State
ROBERT O. JONES
State Auditor
EDWARD G. GALLETT
State Treasurer
JOHN W. EAGLESON
Attorney General
ROY L. BLACK
Superintendent Puplic Instruction
ETHEL E. REDFIELD
Inspector of Mines
ROBERT N. BELL
Judge of the District Court
EDGAR E. STEELE
State Senator
E. W. PORTER
State Representatives
(Vote for Three)
ALFRED S. ANDERSON
HOMER W. CANFIELD
C. J. HUGO
County Commissioner
(First District)
JOHN CONE
County Commissioner
(Second District)
ELMER M. PAULSON
County Commissioner
(Third District)
COLUMBUS CLARK
Clerk of the District Court and Ex
Officio Auditor and Recorder
HOMER E. ESTES
Sheriff
JOHN L. WOODY
County Treasurer and Ex-Officio
Pubilc Administrator and Tax
Collector
IONA S. ADAIR
Probate Judge
ADRIAN NELSON
County Superintendent of Public
Instruction
LILLIAN M. SKATTABOE
County Surveyor
HARVEY J. SMITH
Prosecuting Attorney
JOHN NISBET
To the voters and taxpayers of
Latah County!
One of the most important duties
of the citizens of Latah County hav
ing just been performed in raising
its quota of the Fourth Liberty
Loan, we are certainly all grate
ful.
But there are other duties which
must be met by the people of the
county.
As Chairman of the Republican
organization of Latah county, I ap
peal to you one and all before cast
ing your ballot on November 5th
1918, that you studv the Republican
ticket carefully and give it due con
sideration.
I point with pride to the conduct
of Latah County, its economical
handling by our county officials,
and call your attention to the fact
that it is the best governed county
in the state. Th^ following from
Byron Defenbach and Sons, Public
Accountants, who have audited
practically every county in North
ern Idaho, stands as a strong testi
monial to the officials now directly
responsible for handling the finan
ces of Latah County, and which
statement appears in the Pocatello
Tribune under date of Oct. 3, 1918.
"Comparing the various counties
of the State by sections from an ac
countants standpoint, the broad
general statement is made that the
Northern Counties of Idaho are far
superior to those of the south, and
Latah County is pronounced to be
the best governed county in the
state of Idaho.
The governing power of Latah
County has been in the hands of
Republican Officials for several
years, and our candidates nominated
at the primary are known by all to
be loyal citizens and thoroughly
capable ot handing the affairs of
j this county if elected.
Again asking your loyal support
and favorable consideration ,1 am,
Respectfully yours,
C. A. Hagan, Chairman.
Big Bear Ridge
Mr. and Mrs. George Eacker are
rejoicing over the arrival of a
daughter, Oct. 25th.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Bowers of
Avon are spending a number of days
at the A. Galloway home.
M iss Evelny Tesch went to Mos
cow Tuesday to visit her parents
until school opens again.
Announcements were received of
the arrival of a son at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hadley at Wen
atchee. Wash. Mrs. Hadley is re- i
membered here by her many friends
as Miss Wilhelmina Melvile.
Mrs. M. Sether and sons, Harry
and Walter arrived < from lone,
Wash, Firday for a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Slind.
Dan Johns and family will soon
move to Texas ridge.
Hiram Galloway, Fred Gladen,
Fred Hecht and Powell McGraw
have left Camp Fremont, California
and are on their way east.
Eddie Galloway, Robert Clemen
hagen and Clarence Morey have left
Camp Stevens, Oregon, and are also
on their way to some other camp.
Martin Lien writes from France
that he has taken part in two vic
torious battles, he was well and
glad he was "over there" doing his
utmost in the mighty struggle for
freedom.
Rufus May has bought the W. C.
May farm on Pine Creek bench.
The sad news reached here of the
death of Mrs. Elmo Dole, formerly
Miss Nannie Galloway, at her home
in Montana, after a weeks illness of
influenza. She is well known here
where she lived and attended school
several years. She is survived by
her husband and daughter Beulah,
aged four, her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Galloway, two sisters,
two brothers and a large number
of relatives and friends.
The C. E. Jorgenson sale was well
attended Saturday. The Jorgenson
family will move to Si 1 verton, Ore
gon to make their home.
Oscar Slind and Ingvald Kleth
were called to Moscow for physical
examination for miitary service
Thursday.
News reached here of the death
of Rev. Orville Sharp, pastor of the
Hollywood U. B. church of Spokane,
following an operation. He was
well known here, having taught
school here and on Texas ridge the
previous two years.
Dr. Faust of Deary was called to
the Rufus May home Tuesday, ow
ing to the serious illness of Mrs.
May and six children.
Here are some
popular uses for
Mapleine—
for desserts and puddings
—it gives them that tem
pting "mapley taste.''
to make soups richer,
meats better and give a
brownish tang to gravies,
baked beans, sweet pota
toes, etc.
Corn syrup diluted with warm
water and flavored to taste
with Mapleine makes a fine
spread for hot cakes.
Ask up for recipes.
2-os bottle 35c at all
Grocers.
Crescent
Mapleine
T
1HEIIE is a Columbia Grafonola for your home, at any price
you may desire to pay. There is a Columbia dealer at
your service, whose pleasure it will be to show you the
models which you may desire to see, and to hear.
Regardless of the price you pay, the Columbia Grafonola
which you buy will be a high-class musical instrument. In
beauty of tone, in clearness and resonance, and in appearance it is
certain to be equally gratifying. It will be an ornament in your
home, a source ot daily enjoyment to your family, a delight to
your friends.
Come in and we will be pleased to play any music you would
like to hear.
THE RED CROSS PHARMACY
Barber Shop
Courteous Treatment
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
William R.ogers
is
an
be
That good
Gravely taste 1
■?£
Real Gravely is the
common-sense chew for
men. It is economical. A
man gets his tobacco sat
isfaction out of a smaller
chew and fewer of them.
The good Gravely taste
lasts a long while. Two or
three smallsquaresof Real
Gravely stays with you
longer than a big hunk of
ordinary plug. Each piece
is packed in a pouch.
These are the plain facts
about Gravely Plug To
bacco.
It goes further — that's why you
can git the good taste of this class
cf tobacco without extra cost.
PEYTON BRAND
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
10$ a pou ch.- 2 .nd worth it
P B • G fï A V e LY TOBACCO COM DA NlV^t^aMÉS^
The hong; Evening's
Will Soon be Here
Are you still going to continue using an oil or gasoline
lamp? They are inconvenient and will not give the
quality of light that you can get from a Mazda. An
investment in an Edison Lighting System, is a perman
ent one and will give you 100 percent value received
before it is past its stage ot usefulness. It will surely
pay you to investigate
Our Lighting System
Practical* Economical* «Serviceable
Your Broken Parts
Can be welded and made as good as new. We have
the necessary equipment to do this work and do it in a
satisfactory manner. All we ask is a trial.
Get Your Car Overhauled
Kendrick Service Station
L. A.. Grinolds, Proprietor.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
the diseased portion of the ear There
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anS that i. by a con.tltutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafnes» is caused bya "
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Imperfect hearing, and when it I» i enttrely
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liiimmiiiu vsvjss - —
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We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any cas", of. Wh-l.^fn^th.^a-nj.
Toledo, O.
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure,
free. All Druggists. 75c.
F. J. CHENEY { CO

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