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P =35 - rv !*£ 1 If you want the best Piano made at a very low price, we have it— THE BALDWIN HAMILTON Kendrick Furniture Co. Sandwiches Lunches Coffee Cocoa Bread Doughnuts Cookies Pies — In Addition to — Confectionery Soft Drinks Ice Cream Fruits Tobaccos Cigars Phone Orders Taken TOM McDOWELL'S PRINCESS \ ' FLOUR Now a high patent of prewar Standard and Quality • Now insures you a fine large white and nutty flavored loaf. Ask Your Grocer for Princess Flour No Advance in Price. Lewiston Milling Company The KENDRICK GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY RALPH B. KNEPPER. Subscription $1.50 a Year. Payable In Advance Entered at Kendrick, Idaho, 1892, as 2nd Class Matter, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates furnished upon request. One of the greatest blessings that could befall the Potlatch would be a pay-cash habit. It would put the business institutions in a flourish ing condition and would eventually be the means tsf more conservative purchasing upon the part of the in dividual. A bank is the best place to get credit because that is a part of the hanking business. If your credit isn't good at the bank it ought not to be good at the store. If it is good at the bank why äsk the stores to carry your account, making them pay the interest when it is really your interest to pay? Sometimes it is simply carelessness that a bill is neglected at the store. A man who knows his credit to bej first class lets his bill run because he feels that the merchant knows that the account is perfectly good and that it will be paid sometime. These accounts are often large ones and it doesn't take very many to run up into the thousands of dol lars. The interest on $12,000 at the regular rate is $10Q per month, or the equivalent of one man's salary. Think it over. of In the assignment of Committees in the House of Representatives Latah county was well treated. Anderson was made chairman of the important committee of Revenue and Taxation and also a member of the committee on Appropriations. Canfield is a member of the follow ing: Charitable and Penal Institu tions, Livestock, Privileges and Elections, and Railroads, etc. Hugo: Fish and Game, and Medicine, Sur gery and Pharmacy. This is not a bad shwoing. If our representatives work up to the limit of their capac ity, and they will, Latah will ex I ert her usual influence on state legislation. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for their kind assist ance during the illness and death of our two children, Royal and Nellie. We also wish to thank them for their kindness and help during the sickness of the rest of our family. Our appreciation is beyond words. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whybark and family. be I : ; ! J ' To School Patrons The prevalence of Influenza and the closing of the schools have re sulted in a condition that must be faced and solved. I The loss of time has been so great that special effort must be put forth to make continuation of school for the remainder of the year worth while. Half year classes are not practical in a small school system. Consequently a plan has been decid ed upon which will make it possible to cover the greater part of a years' work and grant full credit. The ^school day will be gradually lengthened, as conditions warrant (the health of the children to be considered), and the term maybe lengthened two weeks. Intensive work will be done and there will be no slacking up for laggards and late arrivals. No beignning classes will be formed. From 80 to 90 per cent of the work will be covered, and those who do the work satis factorily will be given full credit. Pupils who wish to avail them sevles of these opportunities are re quested to keep away trom crowds both in Kendrick and out of Kend rick. Members of their families are requested to do the same. If a contagious disease should appear in a family no pupil may return to school from that family without a permit from a physician. If another epidemic should close school again, an arrangement will be made, with the consent of the health authorities, whereby those earnest pupils desiring to complete their work may obtain help from their teachers. Those who wish to take advantage of the above arrangement should re port for duty at once or not later than next week. Those returning later will be given review work. It should be understood that school expense is the same whether we have school or not, salaries having to be pai 1, by a ruling of the at torney-general. Teachers and trus tees are anxious that the school year shall not be lost to earnest pupils and tax payers. A. Wilmot, John F. Waide, G. S. Porter, Trustees. Approved by J. H. Kelly, M.D. D. R. White, Supt. Leland News Mrs. Arthur Locke is again able to be out after being confined to the house for some time with quinsy. New cases of flu continue to de velop. The family of William Hamilton is the most recent. Their daughter, Marie, is quite sick but is reported as getting along reason ably well. As all cases about Le land are now under strict quaran tine, we hope the maladv will be checked before it becomes an epi demic. Others who have it at their home are Roy Skeels and Samuel Craig A combination birthday dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Davs, by Mrs. Blanch Whitinger, last Sunday. It was the birthday of her husband, Harl Whitinger, and also Mrs. Leonard Davis, which was the day previous. Some of the friends of the families w'ere guests. Following is a list of those present: FordParks and famly, W. A. McGhee and family. Wm. Hund and family dined with Dick Winegardner's Sunday. Howard Smith was a home visitor from Moscow, Sunday. Since the above it is learned that several members of Herman Koepp's family are down with the flu, but none of them serious as yet, and we hope they may come long with no serious results. Torrent of Thrills Promised. "A thrill per foot" is pomised by manager Brown, of the Grand Theatre, in "A Fight for Millions," the new Vitagraph serial which is scheduled for its first presentation at the Grand on Saturday night, January 25. Its star, William Duncan, and a supporting cast including Edith Johnson and Joe Ryan, and there are more stiring situation and hairbreadth ecsapes in his screen novel than in any ever presented. Some of those are: A train wreck in which two pas senger trains are shattered. A man being shot from a horse as be rides across a high swinging I bridge, and falling into the rapids : hundreds of feet below. ; A girl forced to leap from a cliff, using her skirt as a parachute. ! A man set on fire by an explod J ing lamp. ' A man driving an automobile a Insure Business Welfare Whether business is big or little, a strong banking connection is absolutely essential to development and success. Every business involves the handling of money; every business presents problems for consideration and solution. An association with the Kendrick State Bank brings about maximum efficiency in both operations. We invite" commercial accounts. Kendrick State Bank ws Bargain Table We will have an after-invoice bargain table begining Saturday, January 25. You will surely find something worth while. Dainty lawns or rice cloth at 20c Child ren's pink and blue cot ton hose 20c Odd brands of crochet thread 9c Sweaters 20 percent off Leather mittens at cost Numerous articles will be found at a bargain. Baker Department Store a Ss SUB cross two narrow planks spanning a high gorge. A girl tied to the pilot of a speed ing locomotive. A girl and two men drop from a high trestle into a stream just in time to escape being struck by a flying express train. Two men are lashed to chairs in a secret chamber and the chamber flooded. A sled, carrying four men down a snow-clad mountain, strikes a huge tree and is hurled over a precipice. These are only a few of the high lights. Don't fail to see the first episode of this great serial. N. P. Time Card 1 EASTBOUND No. 312 to Spokane 9:05 a. m. No. 314 to Spokane 1:36 p. m. WESTBOUND No. 311 to Lewiston 1:36 p. m. No. 313 to Lewiston 9:05 p. m.