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The Kendrick gazette. [volume] (Kendrick, Idaho) 1892-1968, March 07, 1919, Image 2

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Our annual fish sale will commence
This Week
We will Give away
Absolutely Free
With every 50c cash purchase of
any Rexall preparation or article
One Globe and Two Fish
We will also have a few larger fish
to sell at 25c each.
The Red Cross Pharmacy
The World's Finest
At less than today's wholesale price
45c Per Pound
Vacuum packed insuring delicate flavor, strength
and aroma when you open the seal.
Hershey's Cocoa
40c the Pound
Try our new compound tor shortening—the big
gest value on the market today.
I o in/o ^ co))mg ö©m
The Home of Good Eats
Where Quality Rules Supreme
Coal at Following Prices '
Smith Lump -
Smith Egg
Smith Nut
Monarch Egg -
$1.00 per ton for delivery on the flat in town and
$1.25 on the schoolhouse hill.
Sturdevant Lumber
Ralph B. Knepper, Publisher
Entered as second-class matter
1892 at Kendrick, Idaho, under the
Act of Congress of March, 1879.
There is feverv prospect for a big
wheat yield this season. With two
short crops in the past two years it
would be no more than reasonable
to suppose that the 1919 crop will
be a bumper. With the present
fixed price for grain the chances
are very favorable that the farmers
will experience a very prosperous
harvest season.
The past year marked the death or
consolidation of 1,954 papers. Their
demise was occasioned by the high
cost of paper and other material,
scarcity of competent help and in
crease in wages.
With Wilson and Taft, two of the
greatest American statesman, back
ing the League of Nations, the
chances are greatly in favor of the
League being formed, ip spite of
the partisan opposition of the Sen
ate. It is generally believed that
public sentiment is strongly in
favor of the League of Nations and
this being the case the partisan
members of the senate will quite
likely glean carefully the hpnd
writing on the wall betöre they cast
their final vote against the will of
"the folks back home." -Wilson and
Taft are united in fighting for a
principle. Narrow partisan issues
do not enter jnto the matter with
them. They believe the formation
of the League ot Nations is • the
culmination-of all that the United
States has fought for in the World
War and are using their united
efforts to make, America a part of
the League. It is safe to say that
they will just about have their own
way about it.
Big Bear Ridge
Too late for last week.
Otto H. Gladden who enlisted ir
the Naval Aviation Corps, Decern
ber 6, 1917, returned home Satur
day. He is the first from this pre
cinct to return from overseas: He
received his training at San Diego,
Cal., was sent to Killingholme,
England, where he was stationed
when the Armistice was signed, re
turning to New York in December.
He was one of the first volunteers
from this place, to do his utmost in
helping make the world safe for
Democracy. His many friends are
pleased to see him in their midst,
and his patriotism will always be
Â. J. Aas received a'letter from his
son, Ingvald, stating he had arrived
safely in France, and he would soon
be leaving for the U. S. A. this be
ing his third tri|£overseas.
James S. Nelson spent last week
in Moscow visiting his daughter,
Miss Stella and son Alfred, who
are attending college there. He
also attended the extension meet
ings at the U. of I.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas.. Bowers of
Avon were visiting at the A. Gal
loway home last week.
Rev. A. Holbeck left for Spokane
Monday to attend à conferance
Mrs. Ole Liqji entertained the
Lutheran Ladies' Aid Modnay after
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Snéve were
given a pleasant surprise Wednes
day the 19th, when a large number
of relatives came in to spend the
day with them. The occsion was in
honor of their 30th wedding anni
A sumptuous dinner was served
by the guests. Everyone went
away wishing them many more such
happy events.
Misses Emma and Neva Nelson
entertained about twenty young
people Monday evenfhg. It was
given as a farewell party in honor
of their brother. Hartwick and
Joseph Berg who departed for their
homes near Conrad, Montana, Tues
day. Music, singing and games
afforded everyone a good time.
A dainty lunch was served about
midnight. That everyone enjoyed
themselves was shown by the wee
sma' hours of the morning when
they were homeward bound.
The Girls' Sewing Club held their
annual business meeting at the
home of Misses Clara and Anna
Lien Friday afternoon. Officers
were eiec'ed for the ensuing year
and various plans were discussed
and decided upon.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m.
Preaching 11:00 a. m
Young People's Service 6:30 p. m.
Preaching 7:30 p. m. Subject:
"Who passing through the valley
of Ba-ca made it a well."
by Rev. J. C. Gregrog
1 Come to The Tractor *
And Learn How to Get Better Service Out.
of Your Tractor
are interested in power
If you have none, come
anyway, if you
it is necessary to follow certain instructions laid down by
a tractor; the symptoms of a tractor or engine which indi
prevent this trouble; how to look for causes of trouble and
Many other subjects you will want to hear about will be dis
farming. All the material
Who Teaches and What is Taught
The school is to bel conducted by practical tractor men who have had long ex
perience in handling farm tractors. They will give lectures on many subjects of
interest to tractor owners and those interested power farming. Some of the
points that will be bi ought up are: What takes place inside of an engine whenjt
in operation ; wh y
the manufacturers of
cate trouble; how to
not overlook them
cussed at this school.
The school is free ijo anybody interested in power
necessary for the schiol work will be furnished.
There will be nothing offered for sale at this school, nor will there be any sell
ing talks. The school is conducted simply for the benefit of those interested in
power farming in ord er that they may have a better knowledge of what a tractor
can do and how to ge : the best possible service from it.
All the lectures will be illustrated with charts and diagrams. These have
been prepared with the idea of making them as clear and easily understood as
possible. In addition to this an opportunity will be given all who come to ask
questions on any poin s in which they are interested. Demonstrations will be
made from tractors and engines themselves and special attention will be given to
instructions in repairs and adjustments.
In order that ev?ry man who attends this school shall be able to take away
with him everything that is taught in the school, a book containing all the sub
jects taught in the school will be given away to each person who attends. This
book can be referred ;o after you have returned to your home.
The Sc
; iool will be conducted at the store of the
KendricK Hardware Co
Mar. 11 and 12
^ of America ^
Matinee «0
Grand Saturday
The World' s Greatest Screen Creation
Accompli nied by the Organization s own special
Pianist— Drummer—Operator
You will Laugh, Sob, Stand Up and Shout, and You
Give Thanks t|hat ' America" Joined the "Allies"
When You See
for Adults
Plus Tax
P. M.
$ 1 .
Res. Seats
Plus Tax
Thru "The Hearts of The World" Run the
Silver Threads of a Deathless Love
"The Sweetest Story Ever Told"
With the Grim War Serving only as a
Get Your Reserved Seats Now At The

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