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DENTIST
KendrlcK
Idaho
A. H.^ OVERÄM1TH
Attorney-at-Law
Urquh.ft Building Third Street
Moscow, Idaho.
Fraternal Orders
KENDRICK LODGE NO. 26.
A. F. (SL A. M.
Meets every second and
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
^sf the Kendrick Gazette.
Phone Me at My Expense
Bank-Note Engravers.
f it is said that there are scarcely
more than 100 mob in the whole world
who are trained to be expert bank-note
engravers.
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"Eight years ago when we first
moved to Mattoon, I was a great
sufferer from indigestion and con
stipation," writes Mrs. Robert Al
lison, Mattoon, 111. ''I had fre
quent headaches and dizzy spells,
and there was a feeling like a heavy
weight pressing on my stomach and
chest all the time. I felt mis
erable. Every morsel of food dis
tressed me. I could not rest at
night and felt tired and worn out
all the time. One bottle of Cham
berlain's Tablets cured me and I
have since felt like a differsent
person.
Barber Shop
Courteous Treatment
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Guaranteed
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Chamberlain'* Tablet*
When you are troubled with in
digestion or constipation, take
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ghten the stomach and enables it to
perform its functions naturally. In
digestion is usually accompanied
by constipation and is aggravated
by it. Chamberlain's Tablets cause
a gentle* movement of the bowels
relieving the constipated condition.
Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy
Before using this preparation for
a cough or cold you may wish to
know what it has done for others.
Mrs. 0. Cook, Macon, 111., writes,
"I have found it gives the quickest
relief of any cough remedy I have
ever used," Mrs. James A. Knott,
Chillicothe, Mo., says "Chamber
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for coughs and colds " H. J. Moore,
Oval, Pa., says "I have used Cham
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occasions when I was suffering with
a settled cold upon the chest and it
iyjs always brought about a cure.
Homestead Notice
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TT « f en ^Pt Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Lewiston Idaho.
■ . . January-4, lyjy.
Notice is hereby given that Isham
Morgan, of Deary, Idaho, who, on
March 10, 1916, made Homestead
Entry, No. 06440, for SEJ SEJ, Sec
tion 9, Township 38 North, Range 2
West, Boise Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make three
year proof, to establish claim to the
land above describèd, before the
Register and Receiver of the U. S.
Land Office, at Lewiston, Idaho, on
the 6th day of March, 1919.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Jack Bailey, of Kendrick, Idaho.
Beart Baker, of Deary, Idaho.
Harry Baker, of Deary, Idaho.
M. L. Pierce, of Deary, Idaho.
Henry Heitfeld, Register.
Non-Coal. 5-5t.
Southwick Items
Harvey Faris is home from camp
to stay. He arrived Thursday.
Irvin Helton and Edwin Wetmore
were home on furloughs and spent
a week with their friends. Edwin
returned to Mare Island Monday
and Irvin left Ihursday fpr Camp
Kearney.
Marion McClelland writes that
his honorable discharge has been
issued, but that he will not be home
for a week or two on account of the
''red tape" but will certainly "burn
the winds" toward home when he
gets started.
Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin spent
Saturady visiting some of their
friends.
Mrs. Bowen is still very sick.
The Christian Endeavor held a
business meeting at the Benjamin
home Friday evening. A good time
was enjoyed after business was
attended to.
We hear that John Lettenmaier's
sheep shed was blown over by one
of the last hard wind storms that
visited the Potlatch ridge.
Mr. Southwick to Thelma—"Thel
ma, you would not go to Heaven
without Willie, would you?"
Thelma—"No, for it would not be
Heaven without him."
The Misses Fern Graham and Lil
lian Hoppe are expected home from
Moscow soon.
Chester Mclver and family are
well 'again and able to attend to
business.
H. A. Russell made a business
trip to Kendrick Saturday.
Mrs. Ben McCoy has been visiting
her mother, Mrs. Lock, for a day
or two.
The other night Mrs. McClelland
"was shocked to see her husband ex
ecuting something that verv mu:h
resembled a dance, so she asked him
what on earth was the matter with
him. Mr. McClelland answered her
as well as-he could between jigs.
"I am trying to follow the diree
tiongs on this new bottle of med
icine," said he, ''I am told to take
it two nights running and skip the
third, so now I am trying to skip."
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GOOD
ROADS
PROPER DRAINAGE FOR ROAD
Side Ditches Should Be Amply Large,
With Sufficient Fall to Carry
Off Water Rapidly.
(Prepared by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture.)
The only reason for crowning a road
surface Is to enable it to shed water,
and unless effective means are pro
vided for disposing of the water after
CAR TROUBLES
Made Right
At The
lErtthrtrk i^murr Station *
it Is drained off the surface crown
Ing will be of very little, If uny, nd
vantage. The side ditches should be
amply large and should have sufficient
fa] , to carry the water away as rap .
1(1 i y as it enters them, and they should
Ohio State Highway, Brick.
have outlets at all convenient points,
Cross drains or culverts should be
constructed wherever it Is desirable
to transfer drainage water across the
road, and they should usually be pro
vided with end or wing walls for pro
Weetlng the slopes of the embankment.
When the mnterial composing the
roadbed is likely to be springy, a sys
tem of longitudinal underdrainage
may be found necessary to secure
proper drainage. In constructing a
road, of any type whatever, it should
be constantly borne In mind that ade
quate and continually effective drain
age is absolutely necessary if the road
is to be maintained in good condition.
SAGEBRUSH USED FOR ROADS
Despised Weed Is Now Declared to Be
Best Building Material in
Western States.
Nobody loves the sagebrush, yet
somebody is always trying to uplift it.
This is a difficult task since its ante
cedents are so bad. Nevada, com
plained a long time because she was
called the "Sagebrush state;" hunters
hated 'the plant because of the bitter
flavor it imparted to the grouse; pros
pectors, settlers, stockmen despised It
because it encumbered the earth. It
was fit only for rattlesnakes to coil In
and strike or for coyotes to blend their
tawny skins into vanishment.
Not long ago an Oregon man cried,
"Eureka !" He said that sagebrush
was the best road-building material
in the West, says New York Sun.
Now Idaho claims In the despised weed
a source of great wealth and the solu
tion of the problem of potash short
age: "The average acre produces
three tons of sagebrush at a cost of
$25. The sagebrush burned In the
kiln gives from 25 to 30 per cent pot
ash. The supply is inexhaustible."
The Idaho poet, who called for a
festival "to lift the curse from the
plant we know so well and should
love," may now consider himself even
with those who jeered and refused to
foregather with him.
Artistic Shop Ci '-.jns.
Between Cuzco and Machu Piechu, in
Peru, are quaint signs indicating what
is sold in the Indian huts. A small
bunch of wheat on the end of a pole in
dicates chicha—a native corn beer—for
sale within. A green wreath means
bread for sale, while a piece of white
cloth indicates aguardiente, a power
ful white rum.
WINTER FEED FOR CATTLE
Few Combinations More Economical
Than Ration of Silage and Cot
tonseed Oil.
There are few combinations of feed
which are more economical than a ra
tion of silage and cottonseed meal for
wintering stocker cattle. One pound
of cottonseed meal a day combined
with what silage stocker steers will eat
will cause them to gain slightly.
Rock Island and Oliver
Plows and Implements
Peoria Drills
Buy a Litchfield Manure Spreader now and
pay in one year.
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FARMERS HARDWARE COMPANY
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,
and may be given to a child as con
fidently as to an adult.
Notice to Creditors
In the Probate Court of Latah
County, Idaho.
In the Matter of 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 30tn 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.
One of the first things you will look after on the
farm is repairing your fences that have gotten out of
shape and building new ones. To do this work so
that' it will give the longest service be most effective
and at the same time look well and thereby add to
the value ot your tarm.
You will need good material and good tools.
We are showing in our front window O. V. B. axes
to sharpen posts, post hole diggers, Slane pattern post
mauls, wire stretchers, staples, barbed wire, both
painted and galvanized, black and galvanized smooth
wire for guy wires, braces etc., American field fence,
a recognized standard wherever fencing is used; made
of the kind of steel that is best adapted for fence with
just the right degree of hardness and spring to keep it
tight in all temperatures, has a square mesh and
works better over uneven ground than most fences.
American poultry and rabbit fence, Union Lock
poultry netting in all common heights from 36 inches
to 72 inches. We also have the Page fence, Vhich a
great many of you like. These goods we have in
stock and we invite your inspection. Also steel gates
for drive gates and lawn gates.
In fact a full line of fencing material. Our prices are right, just as low as we
can make them and continue to do business. We desire to assist in furnishing you
with what you need in this line and know you will like this fence when you have it
properly erected on your farm.
Please remember we give 3 percent discount tor cash on all sides amounting to
one dollar or more.
Kendrick Hardware Co.
Automobile Time
Will Soon be Here
It is time to begin having those repairs put on
your car to get it ready for business when the
roads are good. We are always glad to give you
the benefit of our experience and will help you
solve your car problems.
Buy Goodrich Tires
Kendrick Auto Company

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