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J. T. MOSER DENTIST KendrlcK Idaho A. H. OVERSMITH Attorney-at-Law Urquhart Building Third Street Moscow, Idaho. L. G. PETERSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice in all State and Federal Courts NOTARY PUBLIC Real Estate Insurance Money to Loan* KENDRICK. IDAHO. Fraternal Orders KENDRICK LODGE NO. 26. A. F. (SL A. M. Meets every second and 'q'A last Thursday of the month A. V. Dunkle, W. M. R. B. Knepper, Secretary. 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 N. R. Shepherd Auctioneer Troy, Idaho Make your dates at the office of the Kendrick Gazette. Phone Me at My Expense There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was sup posed to be incurable. Doctors pre scribed local remedies, and by constant ly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by con stitutional conditions and therefore re quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a consti tutional remedy, is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars reward is offered for any ease that Hall's Catarrh Cure fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75e. Hall's Family Tills for constipation. Few Escape There are few indeed who escape having at least one cold during the winter months, and they are fortun ate who have but one and get through with it quickly and with out any serious consequences. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and observe Codirections with each bottle, and you are likely to be one •f the fortunate ones. The worth and merit of this remedy has been fully proven. There are many families who have always used it for years when troubled with cough or cold, and with the very best results. What do You Need? In the way of automobile supplies? Let us order anything you may need for your car before the rush season begins. Some times there is a delay in shidment and it makes it inconvenient for you to wait when the joy riding season begins. It is still hard to get parts and it will be good policy to order what you want now. If it is any thing in the automobile line we can get it for you Take Care of That Battery Kendrick Auto Company When you want a comfortable room, register at the Guy. 46-tf. Notice to Creditors Estate of Jorden P. Smith, De ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, administratrix of the estate of Jorden P. Smith, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administra trix at Linden, Idaho, the same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in Latah county, State of Idaho. Leah Smith, Administratrix of the estate of Jorden P. Smith, de ceased. 1 Dated at Linden, Idaho, Decem ber 7th, 1918. H. R. Smith, Attorney for Admin istratrix, Moscow, Idaho. 50-5t Mrs. I.ley'. Letter In a recent letter Mrs, D. W. Isley of Litchfield, 111., says, "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets for disorders of the stomach and as a laxative, and have found them a quick and sure releif." If you are troubled with indigestion or constipation these tablets will do you good." The Much Abused Goat. Iu song and joke, through all the ages the goat has had most of the left-handed compliments. All that the goat has done to redeem his character counts for nothing. The most fashion able men and women wear on their feet and hands the skin of the kid. The finest of shawls, some of the most popular winter garments, are the prod uct of these flocks. Dainty children are fed with the milk of the goat, and it produces the finest of cheese. But there are few good words for the benefactor.—Vancouver Province. Stomach Trouble "Before I used Chamberlain's Tab lets I doctored a great deal for stomach trouble and felt nervous and tired all the time. These tab lets helpedj me! from thefhst, and inside of a week's time I had im proved in every way,", writes Mrs. L. A. Dr inkard,^ Jefferson City, Mo. Barber Shop Courteous Treatment * Satisfaction Guaranteed William Rogers Old False Teeth wanted WE WILL PAY UP TO $21.50 PER set (broken or not). Send at once, cashsent by roturp mail. Package held 5 to 15 days subject to sender's approvalof our offer— also highest prices paid for OLD QOLD JEWELRY, QOLD CROWNS, BRIDGES, PLATINUM and SILVER. (Cutoutadv.) UNITED STATES SMELTING WORKS, INC. 960 Goldsmith Bldg. Opp. Post Office MILWAUKEE, WÏS. Get the Genuine and Avoid Waste^SCV: 69 © tconomy n Every Cake KEEPING HOME FIRES UNTIL THE BURNING SOLDIER RETURNS The Red Cross has for years been associated with hospitals, doctois, sol diers, sailors, battles, disasters; but It is only within the last few months | that those who do not coine under in l.v . any of these classes bave come o rea , ] ize the importance of the assistance | rendered by the Red Cross. ! Soldiers and sailors must he encour aged to "carry on." Their morale must be upheld. The sailor or soldier | who is worrying about the welfare of, his family is not aille to put his mind on the business before him. For this reason the Home Service Section of the American Red Cross has been or-1 ganized, and to the folks at home it means neighborliness, counsel and aid | —the nation's assurance to the enlist- ! ed man that his family shall suffer for j no essential thing that Is within Its power to give. In practically every lnrge city of the United States there is already a class for training the workers of the Home feervlce section, so that they may be able to efficiently deal with the very real problems that are before them. It is not the policy of the section to force upon families the aid of the Red Cross nor to burden them with inter ference. No family should be ap pronebed unless some member of the family or some person capable of speaking for them has asked for the service. Because It is the desire of tlie Committee on Civilian Relief, un der whose direction this work comes, to keep the service of the bureau strictly confidential, the wearing of any uniform by the Home Service workers has been discouraged. They call simply ns friends and try to call Immediately when requested. In no instance is a visitor permit ted to pry into the secrets of the fam ily. Help is ahvnj 3 ready, and the call usually comes from the man in the service himself. Through the work ers in the camp or at the front he learns that his family may be assisted, and if liq doet^ut hear regularly or encouragingly is quite apt to talk over with the Red Cross man or wo man the affairs of hi3 home when he learns of the friendly interest, and thus send local workers to his family The school teachers also are often the informants, lor they know through the children of the needs at home and are glad to see the family's problems solved. Fireie:is Cooker ts Korwcg.an. The fireless cooker originated in Nor way and was brought to public atten tion for the first time at the Paris ex position In 1867. TfreKITCnm OWE We play at our house and have all sorts of fun, An' there's always a game when the supper is done. An' at our house there's marks on the wall and the stairs An' some terrible scratches on some of the chairs An' ma says that our house is really a fright, But pa and I say that our house Is all right. —Edgar Guest. of 'national War Garden Commission' TOOTHSOME DISHES. N THESE days of substitutes and con servation we need to put more thought and planning into our meals to have variety and wliole someness. Chatel Potatoes.— Wash, pare and slice thin one quart of potatoes ; arrange in buttered bak ing dish. Add two cupfuls of strained tomato, two cloves of garlic finely chopped, one and a half teaspoonfuis of salt, and a tenspoonful of paprika. Bake one and one-half hours. Chilled Eggs.—Cut six hard-cooked eggs in halves lengthwise and remove the yolks. Cream four tnblespoonfuls of sweet fat with the egg yolks and six sardines, bones and skin removed, with one-fourth teaspoonful of mus tard, salt and red pepper to taste. Stuff the eggs with this mixture and place on lee for an hour. Tomatoes With Curry.—Cut the tops from six medium-sized tomatoes ; re move the pulp with n sharp spoon and cook it with three tablespoonfuls of rice und sufficient boiling water until soft. Add a tablespoonful of fat, a cup of brend crumbs soaked in two table spoonfuls of cold milk, one hard-cooked egg yolk, one-half teaspoonful salt, a clove of garlic chopped, and pepper to season ; a bit of parsley and thyme and a hnlf-teaspoonful of curry powder. Stuff the tomatoes and place in a pan with water in the bottom. Bake until the tomatoes are soft but not shape less. Mexican Rabbit.—Mix one cupful of freshly boiled rice with one cupful each of canned corn and tomatoes, one-half a green pepper cut in shreds, one slice of onion scraped or chopped, half a pound of chopped cheese, a teaspoon ful of paprika or less, a half teasponn ful of salt and two well-bentcn eggs. Turn Into a well-greased baking dish. Sprinkle with crumbs mixed with melt ed fat and bake In a moderate oven In a dish set in water. Serve when the mixture is firm in the center. ^HejLOlc 'J)!** urttiH | hardship on the heads of the Living is more difficult for every one in war times, and the mothers are lone-1 l.v and discouraged, and this brings j little hildren. Sometimes the wife and mother is worrying over financial prob , ] elllSj and i iere the Home Service bu | reau j s always helpful, for it tactfully ! assists her in properly managing her : affairs, in planning her income and, i of course, seeing that she is receiving | sufficient allotment, and this regularly, j and then if it becomes necessary the Port Cross is always ready to supple ment the income. Where medical care| or operations for the welfare of the! ____.— Children of the Crusade By JEANNE JUDSON. Frightened and pitiful, they walk apart, Through the familiar village street, grown strange, Hand clasped in hand, they hear weiVd echoes start From ruined homes. Fear dumbs each small, child heart. No tears rain down like dew to ease their woe ; Horror has dried the wells from which they sprang, Like wee crusaders of the long ago, Their phantom banners in the breezes blow. If one should call out "Follow!" they would run, Grime of the highway on their tiny feet, Heedless alike of dust and blazing sun, Forget, as dreams, the horrors that were done. None calls; weary they rest within the shade, The ruined church, where once they learned to pray, Long years before the war had come, and laid Their homes in ruins, made their hearts afraid. Before the Holy Mother low they bow, Perhaps she hears and soon will bring them aid, It must be she whose voice is calling now, For see the cross is shining on her brow ! The light around her head, a nimbus gleams, A Red Cross worker, not from Heaven, they know, Yet Mary hewtrd and sent her here it seems, To lead them home to shelter and to dreams. Task Well Worth While. "It takes it big man to do the work of tlie world," says the Philosopher of Folly. "Let us be contented to do its chores." Don't -loose Harshly. Nine times out of ten there is an ex planation for what seems unreasonable upon first notice. Wait a while beforo passing Judgment. Marvelous Possibilities. If it wasn't for oar fears. \ , orries j and the altogether human habit of put- [ ting tilings off 1111 tomorrow, what Is Î there thnt we eouidn t do? "WONDERFUL ACCOMPLISH MENTS OF THE FORD MOTOR CO.," July last tlie Ford Motor Co., turned their plant to the manufac ture of war supplies and rendered every possible service to the win ning of the war. As soon as the war was over they immediately be gan preparing to resume the build ing of cars and for the past two weeks have been turning out one thousand cars daily and this will soon be increased to three thousand cars daily. While this is an enor mous production it will not be enough to fill the demand or fur nish each Agent with a car load of machines as that will require near ly one hundred thousand machines. To avoid delays order now' Spiker & Jeffreys, Lewiston, Idaho. 1-lt. 1 Wade' and Vaughan's Portable Drag Saw — For Sale By — FARMERS HARDWARE COMPANY children are necessary the Home Serv lee is ready to assist, to secure proper j rare for the children needing it and to ease the mind of the mother. Milk for Sick Babies. Everywhere in tHe war zone there : nre s h'k babies and babies needing i milk. The American Red Cross is es tnblishing milk stations, and the babies j of Italian soldiers are beginning to [thrive already under the competent «'are of the nurses, some of whom were Infant Welfare nurses in our own country before going overseas. At -— Daily Thought. All things are less dreadful they seem.—Wordsworth. than When Hat Is Taboo. No man can wear a hat in England while ringing a church bell. It is an oid custom rigidly adhered to today. For Sale—Young registered" Hol stein bull. Cheap. Chas. Yockey, Troy, Idaho. l-2t. F0R SA lE- 12 Poland China pigs wei ht from 30 to 40 pounds; 2 1 vear . o]d p () | and China brood sows. bred to full blood boar; will farrow about March, weight about 175; fat hog price. Inquire J. C. Hamil, Juliaetta. l-2t. Public Sale January 11. Jack Dolan will hold a public sale on his place between Cameron and Southwiek, Saturday, January 11. The sale will consist of livestock, implements, household goods and some lumber. C. J. Bcemeke, auc tioneer, Walter Harris, clerk and Jack Dolan, owner. Usual terms and a free lunch. 1-lp. Notice of Hearing TO BE HAD UPON PETITION TO ORGANIZE A GOOD ROADS DISTRICT. Notice is hereby given that a petition for the organization of a GOOD ROADS DISTRICT in Latah County, State of Idaho, will be pre sented at a regular meting of the Board of County Commissioners of Latah County, State of Idaho, on the 20th day of Jam ary, 1919, at 11 o'clock a m., of said day and which petition has been signed by the un dersigned resident fne holders within said proposed district and reads as follows, to wit: TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF LATAH COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO. We the undersigned, being a ma jority of all the free holders resid ing within the boundries of the pro posed Good R"ad District herein after described, respectfully peti tion your honorable body to organ ize GOOD ROAD DISTRICT NO...., OF THE COUNTY OF LATAH, S TATE OF IDAHO. That the following is a descrip ion or designation of the bound aries of the proposed Good Road District, to wit: Beginning at the point where the center of Potiatch Creek intersects the boundary line between Latah Countv and Ncz Perce County in the State of Idaho, said point being the South line of Section 16 in Township 37, North of Range 2 W. B. M., running thence East on the boundary line between Latah County and Nez Perce County, to the East boundary line of Latah County, Idaho, running thence North on the said boundary line 5 miles more or less to the North line of Section 27, in Township 39, North Range 1 E. B. M., running thence West on Section lines six and one fourth miles more or less to the Northwest corner of section 27, in Township 39, North Range I W. B. M., run ning thence North about one fourth mile to a piont in the center of Boulder Creek, running thence in a southwesterly direction along the center line of the said Boulder Creek to a point in the middle of 'Hn'I-V.'.fcv Creek where said Bouder Creek e.hpties into the said Potatch Creek, running thence in a South westerly direction along the center of the said Potaltch Creek to the point of beginning; all of the pro perty described within the above boundaries being in Latah County, State of Idaho. a a That the objects of creating said Good Road District are for the pur pose of building and improving roads within said district, and par ticularly to build and construct a county road or highway along and over the route surveyed by Ben Bush in 1918 and which survey and route is particularly described in the survey made by .the said Ben Bush and filed in the office of the County Auditor of Latah County, State of Idaho, on April 11, 1918, and which survey is hereby refer red to and made a part of this petition. That it is proposed to use dirt, macadam, crushed rock and gravel for the purpose of constructing said road and repair such other roads as are now traveled within said bound aries. That the assessed value of all the assessable property embraced with in said district as above described is the sum of $263,213.00, according to the equalized assessment of 1918 upon all the proprety within said proposed district. Respectfully submitted: Joseph Nedvidek Clem Israel Thomas P. Fisher Wm. Kauder Charles T. Mulkey W. Looser Gus Farrington Fred Darby B. G. Linderman James E. Long Annie Kauder W. Nedvidek C. W. Starr Leah Smith Cleve McPhee I. E. Foster Sarah C. Darby W. L. Bagley W. Zimmerman Mary A. Vaughan Eva L. Smith A. W. Longfellow Carrie M. Patterson N. Matson I). McPhee James Ball A. A. Weaver R. V. Garner John O. Carr John Michael J. P. Alexander Addison Alexander Louis Alexander C. Fred Crocker Frank Farrington Susan Carr E. H. Keel F. C. Lyo» T lLcÿleFaires 'on berg S. A. McAllister Norman L. Hill Oïarence H. Fry A. G. Wilson l-2t.