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From Selected Stock The Kind That Wears Headquarters for anything to be desired in the harness line. Use harness oil—it pays. Winter Laprobes in Stock Kendrick Harness Shop N. E. Walker, Prop. tends to greater efficiency. Effic iency means better service at less cost. Buy your dry goods at a Dry Goods Store, your clothing at a Clothing Store, your furniture at a F urniture Store, your hard ware at a Hardware Store, your meat at a Butcher Shop and your groceries at a store that specializes in groceries. By doing so you will get better service and more for your money. We specialize in Groceries. Others have found this a good place to trade—eventually you will also. Don't be "sot" in your ways and predjusticed to old ideas. Get in line now. This week we have Cabbage Lettuce Celery Turnips Carrots Parsnips Sweet Potatoes Squash Bananas. Fancy Naval Oranges 50c per dozen Fancy Lemons Rjc per dozen The Potlatch Products' Store STANTON BROS. While spending the hours during these long winter evenings you can re lieve the monotony and find a world of enjoyment with a Columbia. It will bring the best voices, orchestras, fam ous bands and everything good in the world of music to your own home fire side. The expense is nothing com pared to the joy you will derive from it. Records in Stock We carry some very good records in stock and also order anything special that you might have in mind. If you have a Columbia we would be pleased to sell you records. If you haven't a Columbia we would like very much to sell you both the machine and the records you will need. Come in and inspect the Columbia and get our prices. The Red Cross Pharmacy TO INCREASE RE LIEF WOR K IN PALESTINE Red Cross Commissioner Reports Starvation and Suffering in Holy Land, T HE American Red Cross Intends to administer relief work on a far greater scale In Palestine than heretofore In order that thou sands of men, women and children In that part of the world may be rescued from their present suffering. Dr. John H. Finley, Réd Cross Commissioner to Palestine and former Commissioner of Education for the State of New York, has cubled that this additional work Is Immediately necessury. At least one-third of the population of Lebanon has died of starvation and disease, due to lack of nourishment. Many vllluges are virtually depopulat ed, and thousands of people are In need, owing to epidemics, lack of em ployment and the prohibitive prices of food. Families formerly in the best of cir cumstances have been reduced to des titution. Every one Is clamoring for an opportunity to rehabilitate himself. Owing to a lack of physicians the con ditions in many hospitals are deplora ble. More than ten thousand sick civil ians have been cared for by the Amer ican Red Cross during a single month, and Red Cross automobiles are trans porting hundreds.of 111 and wounded prisoners to hospitals every day. There are at least ten thousand refugee ■ THE ■ KITCHEN CABINET Looking too far ahead is likely to bring doubt—doubt of our ability and fear of the road. To do our best with what Is just before us is the surest rule of success for that which Is furth er on. ftatlonaiwir&anun CommiMtofl USE UP THE SMALL PORTIONS. HERE the family Is small and the recipe for ordinary things should serve five or six, it Is economy to divide the recipe when preparing the food or hold over the leftover until the dish will nppeal to the taste. The same kind of food, no matter how good, loses Its charm If It appears too often. Here Is a true demonstration of "fa miliarity breeds contempt." When beans are baked It seems a better economy to bake with the bean pot well filled, than a small dish, as both will bake In about the same time. Beans may be set away in cool weath er or near Ice and kept for a week In good condition, then their reappearing will he welcome. A good-sized enhhnge may he divid ed, shredded, nnd served ns coldslaw one day, then the third or fourth day another portion may he cooked and sensiVied with salt, sweet fat nnd milk: (hen If there is any left It may be chopped and added to potato or to mato or other vegetable ns n salad. In these days, when it is a erime to waste any food that may be eaten, one may substitute corn oil for'olive oil, thus saving quite an amount If oil is used freely. • Instead of using the bread for toast j when it is slightly stale, try steaming j It nnd serve it well buttered nnd a 1 nicely seasoned dish of stewed toma toes poured over It. A few slices of I bread buttered nnd placed In a baking i dish nnd a custard, using an egg to j a cupful of milk, salt and cayenne j pepper to taste, poured over it, a half cupful of grated cheese, sprinkled over and linked until the custard is set. make a good hot supper dish nnd is wholesome as well as economical. When a cupful of leftover meat of any kind is at hand, add it to two cup fuls of cooked macaroni, ;i white or brown sauce and seasoning of onion, salt nnd pepper. Baked until thorough ly hot. It Is a dish that will be sus taining enough for a main dish. When making spice cake or molasses cookies use the cupful of eold coffee left from breakfast, for the liquid, sav ing milk for other foods. 3 THE KITCHEN CABINET A man compares courtship to run ning after a street car. He will put every energy Into the chase, but when lits outstretched hand catches the rail all effort is over. He takes his place naturally and is content. He does not look around and say. "Oh, what a beautiful, swift, comfortable car!" and keep on beaming his delight all the way to his destination. But a woman under the circumstances will pay her fare with radiant gratitude, exclaim ing to the journey end: 'Oh, I'm so glad I caught it.' " GOOD THINGS FOR THE TABLE. PPLES in various forms furnish a great variety of dishes, from soup to dessert. Apples Baked With Bread. — Re _ ____ move the cores from Ù rui>oft«iGarcan Jn good-sized apples, till /L J j with jam and dot with bits of butter substitute. Place round slices of stale bread in a baking disli and put an up Armenians In and about Damascus and more than three thousand in the Hau rau district, the cable asserts. Dr. Finley says the American Red Cross workers have been doing every thing possible to relieve this distress, but adds that greatly Increased help must come at once. He requires two additional hospital units Immediately. General Allenby has cabled the British War office to approve this plan. Dr. Finley Joqrneyed on foot from Beersheba to Dan in the wake of tho advancing British forces, and at the time of sending the cable had Just com pleted a tour of the Palestine and low er Syria, passing through Nazareth, Tiberius, Tyre, Sldon, Haifa and Bei rut, reaching the latter place two days after Its occupation by the British forces. "America should be the first to help in the rehabilitation of the Holy Land, which Great Britain and our Allies have redeemed," decli -es Dr. Finley. "The first medium of help should be the American Red Cross, which makes no distinction as to race, creed or col or. Under the trusteeship of those who recovered this sacred laud, which Is the cradle of three treat religions, the civilized world Is now given the oppor tunity of illustrating its highest ideals for humanity." j j 1 pie on each slice, l'our scalded mlTk to which sugar has been added over the bread and bake In the oven until the apples are soft. Serve In the dish In which it was baked. Corn Waffles. —Sift a cupful of corn flour with a tenspoonful of baking pow der nnd one-lialf tenspoonful of salt. Add the beaten yolks of two eggs with a cupful of milk. Mix In u cupful of canned corn, strained dry. Melt and add a tablespoonful of fat nnd the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs. Fill the waffle irons two-thirds full, nnd when baked a golden brown, serve with honey or lemon sirup. The liquid strained from the can of corn will make a delicious soup, adding milk nnd seasonings. Banana Custard Pie. —Fill an un linked pastry shell three-fourths full of sliced bananas. Sprinkle a few drops of lemon juice over them und add half a cupful of strained honey, a pinch of salt nnd a few drops of lemon extract, and enough milk to fill the tart, with a beaten egg added. Baked Hominy. —Take two cupfuls of cold cooked hominy, the small crack ed grain variety, or one of the larger grains; two cupfuls of milk, a table spoonful each of fat nnd sugar, a sprinkling of salt and two egg yolks. Beut well, then fold In the stlffly-benten whites and bnke in a buttered dish. Salt mackerel soaked In plenty of «ater overnight, skin side up, then put to hake for twenty minutes with cream, makes a breakfast dish hard to equal. To»Keep Flowers. , ..... . ,'i. a S ' . ..... ........... ... carbonate of soda to water in which cut flowers are placed will keep somg varieties fresh more than two weeks. The sclene Daily Thought. great theater for virtue is con i'. —Cicero. THE CHEERFUL CHERUB OK, goodness, tut I've been so ill ; I k'&.d to t^ke sock TLwfol stofF. My Fkmily ww worried too For once tkey .noticed me. tnouön . RTC"" 0 A GET BETTER WHEAT VARIETY So-Called "New" Varieties, Extrava gantly Advertised, Should Be Disregarded. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) Changing the kind of wheat grown should he done only for the purpose of getting a proved better variety. It is often desirable to do tills, provided it Is proved beyond question that the new variety Is better for that locality. So-called "new" varieties, extrava gantly advertised at fancy prices, should he disregarded completely. Temperature for Potatoes. Potatoes should be kept in a temper iture of about 38 degrees. If the air s dry, cover with sand, and they should ilso be kept from the light. Hay Is in Big Demand. Rave atl of the hay possible. On most farms hay Is in great demand It will not be an easy matter to have too much hay for your livestock. E'en should there be a surplus It can be sold i t a good price. THis Space is Vakn&M© ft© As Well as to Ourselves At least we believe it is valuable tor at least three very good reasons. First we believe that you will become bet ter acquainted with us by watching the contents ot this ad from week to week. Second we believe that by becoming better acquainted with us you will buy more of our goods thereby increasing our profits and your savings. Last but not least, this space helps the editor just a little and we are sure that he helps this entire community a whole heap. We Feel Good Because we have just harvested a nice, big harvest of ice, which will insure you fresh meat all next summer. And By The Way That account which some of you have here and seemingly have forgotten, would he mighty acceptable just now. to help pay the harvest crew that put up this ice. and a lot of other hills be sides. D "The Home of Good Eats" Fraudulent Precious Stones. About ten years ago Antwerp was flooded with spurious white diamonds. Before the fraud was detected the lier ions who made the transforiqntion had reaped a profit of eight million dol lars. Feared She Might Be Suspected. Midge came downstairs with per i ^ nps one ' lin1 ^ n bottle of big sisters j perfume saturated In her clothing. Sho 1 got tip on a chair beside mother, and I looking up Into her face, she said, j "Mother, If you smells anyflng, It Isn't :ne." For Croup "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is splendid for croup" writes Mrs. Ed ward Hassett Frankfort, N. Y. "My children have been quickly relieved of attacks of this dreadful com plaint by its use." This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic, may be given to a child as con fidently as to an adult. D In making a resolution at the beginning of the new year, be sure to include one for a bank account. It will mean more to you than the resolu tions commonly made on New Year's Dav. THE FARMERS BANK A. E. Clarke. E. P. Atchison E. W. Lutz. President Vice-President Cashier Capital, $15,000.00 Surolu* $3000.00 United .States Depository For Postal Savings 1- uuds. Countv and State Depository Notice to Creditors In the Probate Court of Latah County, Idaho. In the Matter ot the Estate of Joseph Davidson, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dresigned Executor of the will and estate of Joseph Davidson, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Executor at Kendrick, Idaho, R. F. D. 1, at her place of residence, the same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in Latah County, State of Idaho, Signed and dated at Kendrick, Idaho, this HOtn day of December A. D. 1918. Margaret E. Davidson, Executor of the Will and Estate of Joseph Davidson, Deceased. L. G. Peterson, Attorney for Ex ecutrix, Kendrick, Idaho. l-5t.