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J. T. MOSER DENTIST Kendrlex V Idaho A. H. OVERSMITH Attornev-at-Law Urquhart Building Third Stree Moscow, Idaho. L. G. PETERSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice ln all State and Federal Uourts NOTARY PUBLIC Real Estate Insurance Money to Loan KENDRICK. IDAHO. Fraternal Orders KENDRICK L0DGE;N0. 26. A. F. (St A. M. Meets every second and last Thursday of the month \ - John Florence, W. M. E. H. Dammerall, Secretary. for 1 the Eli Clarence E. Bechtol Contractor and Builder Plans and Specifications furnished with every job. Investigate. KENDRICK, IDAHO Horseshoeing General Blacksmithing Wagon and Carriage Shop All work Guaranteed, ALL KINDS OF Repairing neatly done. Frank Crocker to er el J. I. Mitcham AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Guaranteed. Will cry Red Cross Sales Free. Kendrick, - Idaho. N. R. Shepherd Auctioneer Troy, Idaho Make your dates at the office of the Kendrick Gazette. Phone Me at My Expense \ ip— Old False Teeth wanted WE WILL PAY UP TO $21.SO PER set (broken or not). Send at once, cashsent by return mail. Package held S to 15 days subject to sender's approvalof our offer— also highest prices paid for OLD GOLD JEWELRY, GOLD CROWKS, BP.IDGES, PLATINUM and SILVER. (Cutoutadv.) UNITED STATES SMELTING WORKS, INC. 96 O Goldsmith Bldg. Opp. Post Office MILWAUKEE, WIS. Mr. Voter: Much unsigned stuff has reached you in this campaign, some of it violent, some recriminating and all intensely biased as to what will or will not happen if you fail to heed the faterless advice given. In the , midst of all this confusion the Re pubican party approaches with its record of one-half century in Na tion building and directs your at Action to the product—100,000,000 '♦^Fïree people whose ship of state is now on a voyage to Berlin. It dir ècts your attention to those it pre sents to constitute your government and has no hesitancy in assuring you they are all men and women of character, many of them exper ienced, all of ability. Each and every voter is urged to register and then VOTE. Elections are held in order that by voting you may register your wishes in govern mental matters and if you do not vote, just to that extent and by that indifference does your government suffer. It has been well said that at this time, of all times, when the world is rocked by confusion, uncertainty and doubt, that no mistake will re sult by clinging steadfastly to the tried principles of conservative gov ernment as presented by the Repub lican party and its caniddates. The men and women, candidates for office, advanced by this party are your neighbors and friends that you know and who you know will ad minister your affairs ably, fairly, honestly, intelligently and faith fully and when in your booth; on 1 election day select those names of Y candidates designated as Republic ans, place a cross opposite their names and you may rest assured the „ very best results possible will be obtained. , John E. Nickerson, * Chairman Nez Perce County Repub lican Committee. Notice of Homestead Entry U. S. Land Office at Lewiston, Idaho, September 30, 1918. NOTICE is hereby given that Frank Sladoski, of Southwick, Idaho, who, on February 8, Î915, made Homestead Entry, No. 05950, for Lots 3 and 4, and E| SWJ, Sec tion 30, Township 39 North, Range 1 East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver of the U. S. Land Office, at Lewiston, Idaho, on the 8th day of November, 1918. Claimant names as wcitnesses: John Lisa, of Southwick, Idaho. Isaac T. Kimbley of Crescent, Idaho. Eli Hickman, of Spaulding, Idaho. Andrew Dorendorf. Crescent, Idaho. Henry Heitfeld, Register. Non-coal 40-5t. BEAN STRAW FOR SALE: 100 acres of bean straw in one stack for sale, buyer to take the entire stack. Fine feed for stock. On the Lou Daugherty place near Kendrick. Call or write Claud'Craig, Leland. 39-tf Sincere Gratitude. Mrs. William Bell, Logansport, Ind., writes: '"I deem it my duty to express my gratitude for the good Chamberlain's Colic and Diarr hoea Remedy did when I had a sev er e attack of diarrhoea three years ago. It was the only medicine that relieved me." FOR SALE: 1917 Maxwell car or will trade for team or Liberty Bonds Inquire at Gazette office. 43-3t. FOR SALE or TRADE: 1917 Mod el Chevrolet car in good condition. Will sell or trade for horses. R. W. Bigham, Kendrick. 40-tf. To The Voters of Nez Perce County: I have served you as county com missioner for two years, have given you my best efforts and now respect fully solicit your support t for Sher iff of this county. If elected I will perform all the duties of the office to the best of my ability. W. PORTER SHAFER. Notice To Electors it is of to ad on of the be NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the persons whose names ap pear below are the nominees of the Republican and Democratic parHes, and the nominees for the Non-Par tisan Judicial Offices, for Congres sional, State, Legislative and Coun ty offices, respectively, as appear from certificates filed in my office, to be voted for at the General Elec tion, November 5th, 1918. To vote for a person other than a candidate for Supreme or District Judge, mark a cross (X) in the square at the right of the party name or political designation. U. S. SENATOR (Term ending March 4, 1925) (Vote for one) William E. Borah—Republican Frank L. Moore—Democratic U. S. SENATOR CÇprm ending March 4, 1921) (Vote for one) Frank R. Gooding—Republican John F. Nugent—Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS (First District) (Vote for one) Burton L. French—Republican L. I. Purcell—Democratic JUSTICE OF SUPREME COURT (Vote for one) Mark a (X) in the square at the right of the name of the person for whom you wish to vote. Alfred Budge. GOVERNOR (Vote for one) D. W. Davis Republican H. F. Samuels—Democratic LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR (Vote for one) C. C. Moore—Republican Oscar G. Zuck —Democratic SECRETARY OF STATE (Vote for one) W. A. Fife—Democratic Robert O. Jones—Republican STATE AUDITOR (Vote for one) Edward G. Gallet —Republican W. P. Rice—Democratic STATE TREASURER (Vote for one) John W. Eagleson Republican Ernest L. Parker—Democratic E. C. John John Carl W. ATTORNEY GENERAL (Vote for one) Roy L. Black -Republican B. A. Cummings—Democratic SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Ethel E. Redfield — Republican — Democratic INSPECTOR OF MINES (Vote for one) Robert N. Bell -Republican William J. J. Smith—Democratic To vote for a person other than a candidate for Supreme Judge, mark a (X) in the square at the right of the party name or political desig nation. JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT (Vote for one) Mark a cross(X) in the square at the right of the name of the person for whom you wish to vote. Edgar C. Steel a for STATE SENATOR (Vote for one) E. W. PoYter—Republican Frederick Stroebel—Democratic STATE REPRESENTATIVE (Vote for three) Alfred S. Anderson—Republican Almarine A. Anderson—Democratic Anton Borgen —Democratic Homer W. Canfield—Republican C. J. Hugo—Republican John S. Thompson—Democratic COUNTY COMMISSIONER (First District) (Vote for one) John Cone—Republican William Smith—Democratic COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Second District) (Vote for one) Elmer M. Paulsen—Republican Carl E. Smith—Democratic COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Third District) (Vote for one) Columbus Clark—Republican Clarence Fry—Democratic CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT AND EX-OFFICIO AUDITOR AND RECORDER (Vote for one) Homer E. Estes—Republican W. E. Heard Democratic SHERIFF (Vote for one) Jasper J. Campbell—Democratic John L. Woody—Republican COUNTY TREASURER, EX-OF FICIO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR AND TAX COLLECTOR Iona S. Adair—Republican PROBATE JUDGE (Vote for one) Oakey Hall—Democratic Adrian Nelson—Republican COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Lillian M. Skattaboe—Republican COUNTY ASSESSOR (Vote for one) Emmett J. Gemmill—Republican John E. Hall—Democratic CORONER Glen O. Grice—Republican SURVEYOR Harvey J. Smith—Republican PROSECUTING ATTORNEY (Vote for one) John Nisbet—Republican Scott Ogden—Democratic CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS To vote on the following, mark a (X) in the square at the right of Yes or No. Good often is new ity. No. 1 "Shall there be a convention to revise or amend the Constitution?" No. 2 "Shall Article 12, Section 4, of the Constitution of the state be so amended, as to permit counties and municipalities to become stockhol dersTin and give financial aid to fair associations r.ot organized for pecuniary profit?" '•W * No. 3 "Shall Section 1, Artitcle 4, of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be so amended so as to abolish the office of Superintendent of Pubilc Instruction?" No. 4 "Shall Sectionl , Article 8 of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be amended so as to limit the bond ed indebtedness of the state, ex clusive of the debt of the territory at the date of its admission as state and exclusive of debts and liabilities incurred subsequent to January 1, 1911, for the purpose of the construction and furnishing of the State Capitol at Boise, Idaho, to a sum not greater than one per centum upon the assessed value of the taxable property in the State?" No. 5 "Shall Section 4 of Article 11 of the Constitution of the State of Idaho be so amended as to provide that co-operative associations shall not be governed bv the provisions of said section relating to the man ner of voting for directors or man agers of incorporated companies?" Dated at Moscow, Idaho, October 10, 1918. SIGNED: Homer E. Estes, CountyAuditor. — a of at To the Voters of Kendrick Precinct: I hereby certify that the follow ing is a true and correct list of the REPUBLICAN NOMINEES' of Kendrick Precinct to be voted for at the general election November 5th, 1918: Justice of the Peace Harry G. Stanton George Davidson Constable Charles Chandler. The above names will have written in on the election ballots by the voters, for the reason that the said names were not certified to the County Auditor on time to get them printed on the official ballots. ; G. S .Porter, Republican Committeeman of Kend- ; rick precinct. to Conserve Moisture. Weeds use up moisture. When they (row in a crop they compete with the ;rop for the moisture, and weeds usu illy keep on growing after the crop is :ut, thus using moisture that should be laved up for next year's crop. When you are in town make yourself at home at the Guy Hotel. Good meals—good rooms. 19-tf THE CHEERFUL CHERU5 A miser isrît <jKd in spite. Of dollars by the. score. A dime is just e dime- to him And it is nothing more. RTC*"" CHANGING VARIETY OF WHEAT Should Be Done Only for Purpose of Getting Better Kind for Cer tain Localities. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Changing the kind of wheat grown should be done only for the purpose of getting a proved better variety. It Is often desirable to do this, provided it is proved beyond question that the new variety is better for that local ity. So-called "new" varieties, ex travagantly advertised at fancy prices, tbould be disregarded completely. OK ; ; RÏK VAWL QK VA K Who Does President Wilson Endorse? Wherever you have a Democrat running for a State office, and you feel that the President will be better supported by his election, vote for him. However, there is nothing in the President's appeal which can be construed as an endorsement of renegade Republicans, I. W. W.'s, Anarchists, Pro-Germans or Disloyalists. Neither is there anything in the President's appeal which can be construed as an endorsement of the Non-Partisan League candidates, frauduently running on the Democratic ticket. The President is above this. Indeed he appointed and reappoint ed Stephhn J. Doyal as» United Statés Marshal of North Dakota, but this fall gave him léave of absence from his office and an un qualified endorsement to run tor Governor of North Dakota against the candidate of the Non-Partisan League in that state. The following are the Non-Partisan League candidates running under the false color of Democratic candidates. For Congress For Governor For Lieutenant Governor For Secretary of State For State Auditor ( For Attorney General L. I. Purcell H. F. Samuels Oscar G. Zuck William A. Fife W. F. Rice B. A. Cummings These candidates are members of the Non-Partisan League and were nominated as Non-Partisans defeating loyal Democrats, and are certainly not endorsed by the President. They are the Bolshe viki who were hand picked by Townley and LeSeuer, I. W. VV. 's, and foisted upon the Democratic ticket through chicanery. In view of the recent I. W. W. trial in Chicago a'nd the great ex pense to which President Wilson's administration went to prosecute and bring to justice Haywood and 1)2 of his associates, proven friends and political associates of Townley and LeSeuer, it will hardly be argued that the President desires any of their like in any office of trust in Idaho or any other states. Remember that when H. F. Samuels was Prosecuting Attorney of Shoshone County, he disqualified himself as prosecutor of the men who dynamited the Bunker Hill Sullivan mill, saying they were his friends and associates and the men who elected him to office. Re member also that if he is elected Governor it will be the same ele ment who will be his friends and associates and the people who elect ed him to office. Should his 1. W. W. friends commit outrages, what would he do? W e appeal to every loyal citizen, against all of the above candidates. regardless of party, to vote A. S. LYON, Chairman. Republican State Headquarters for North Idaho Moscow, Idaho 3 i & 3 3 3 & 3 3 ^ ^ wsm — m u 0m a; OATS PREFERRED FOR FOWLS In Nearly All Parts of United States, Under Normal Conditions, Corn Is Cheapest. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Under normal conditions corn Is, in nearly all parts of the United States, the cheapest poultry feed. But at times like the present oats are to bo preferred. When corn Is worth $1.50 a bushel oats should be 75 cents and barley $1.20 a bushel to give the same value for the money when fed to poul try, as corn. J. Local Ad Column Vote for Clarence 1 *H.^'Ery for county commissioner third).distriet. The Guy Hotel serves good meals. You can also get a good clean room at reasonable prices. 24-11 ar* FOR SALE—New 14 in. Breaking plow and set of work harness and collars. O. A. Conner, Southwick, Idaho. 44-2p. 320 Acre Farm For Sale. 2 miles south of Leland. Make your offer and state terms desired. The H. Munsterman farm known as the Jacks Place, send offer to H. Munsterman, Paradise, Cal. 44-2t. Stop where you will feel at home —at the Guy. 19-tf I ESTRAY—5 months old red bull calf. Owner may have same by pay ing advertising and pasture bill.— J. O. Catlett, Kendrick. 44-3p. FOR SALE eating apples., Letzig. Gobi) cooking and $1.00 per sack. M. 44-lp. FOR SALE—Seed Peas, Blue Prus sian and Bengalious. O. A. Con ner, Southwick, Idaho. 44-2p. You are always welcome at the Guv Hotel. to stop 19-ft Can Now Eat and Sleep in Comfort. If troubled with indigestion or sleeplessness you should read what Miss Agnes Turner, Chicago, 111., has to say: ''Overwork, irregular meals and carelessness regarding the ordinary rules of health, grad ually undermined it until last fall I became a wreck of my former self. I suffered from continual headache, was unable to digest my food, which seemed to lay as a dead weight on my stomach. I was very constipated and my complexion be came dark, yellow and muddy as I felt. Sleeplessness was added to my misery, and I would awake as tired as when 1 went to bed. I heard of Chamberlain's Tablets and found such relief after taking them that I kept up the treatment for nearly two months. They cleansed my stomach, invigorated my system, and since that time I can eat and sleep in comfort. I am today en tirely well."