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Remember Chautauqua Week
Don't Forget
Veterans' Day
It is your day. " That day Kendrick will enter
tain you. Come!
The beans and corn now need cultivating and the
rains will make the weeds grow. You will need a
cultivator, either riding or walking. You will need
the best you can get. We have the P. & O. and you
all know what that stands for; it means the Canton
line of tillage goods. . A full line on our floor ready to
work. We invite you to look them over whether you
buy or not. The material and workmanship are the
best. Design is the result of thousands of experi
ments. Its correctness is proved by every user.
McCormick
«
Mowers and Rakes.
Repairs for any International Harvester Company's
Machines.
mdnck Hairdlw&ir©
Chautauqua
Begins
Sunday Afternoon
First Day
3:00 p. m. Introduction of Super
intendent, Local Chairman. Open
ing Entertainment, Gertrude Wil
ley Concert Party. Crayon Lec
ture, James R. Barkley. Admission
35c.
8:00 p. m. Prelude, Gertrude
Willey Concert Party. Clay Model
ling and Cartooning, James R.
Barkley. Admission 50c.
Note—James R. Barkley will ap
pear unless unable to reach America
from France before Chautauqua
opens.
Second Day
3:00 p.m. Harp Reqital, Chris
tine Alexander Harp Co. Thirty
Minute Lecture, Mike Walsh. Ad
misison 35c.
8:00 p. m. Harp, Violin and
Voice Program, Cnristine Alexand
er Harp Co. lecture "The Fruits
of War", Mike Walsh. Admission
75ç.
Third Day
3:00 p. m. Orchestral Concert,
Saint Cecelia Singing Orchestra.
Admission 50c.
8:00 p. m. Rollicking full even
ing concert, Saint Cecilia Singing
Orchestra. Admission 75c.
Fourth Day
3:00 p. m. Prelude, The Scotts.
Inspirational Lecture, W. H. Na
tion. Adimssion 35c.
8:00 p. m, Sketches and Imper
sonations, The Scotts. Community
Study, "Where L'o You Live", W.
H. Nation. Admission 50c.
Fifth Day
This Is Veterans' Day.
3:00 p. m. Speech of Recognition
for local veterans, Local Speaker.
A. E. F. Songs and Yarns from the
Trenches, Fighting Doughboys. Ad
mission 50c. Men in Uniform Free.
8:00 p. m. Victory Celebration,
Fighting Doughboys. Admission
I5c. Men in Uniform Free.
SEASON TICKETS
Adult TicKets
Children - -
$2.75
$1.10
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.
Big Bear Ridge
A program and ice cream social
will be given at the laney school
house Saturday evening, June 14th,
by the Union Sunday school. You
are cordially invited.
Miss Agpes Rognstad of Clarkston,
Wash., spent Monday at the home
of her brother,-Arthur.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gladden, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Clemenhagen spent
Sunday at the George Eacker home
on Texas ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Knight Reid of
Deary were Sunday visitors at the
Leon Ingle home.
O. H. Forest and A. Kleth have
gone to Canada, in the interest of
land location.
Those attending the union Sunday
school picnic in Juliaetta Sunday
were: Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Ware and
children: Miss Johanna Hooker; Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Bigham and sons;
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jones and fam
ily; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fairfield
and son; Mrs. W. H. Fairfield; Har
vey, Frank and Miss Wilma Fair
field.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Black and
Miss Ruth of Moscow spent Satur
day at the Fred Black home.
A. N. Rognstad met with a pain
ful accident Tuesday of last week,
while chopping wood a finger was
almost cut off. Dr. Faust of Deary
was called and it is hoped the finger
can be saved.
Oscar Slind and Ingvald Aas auto
ed to Culdesac Saturday.
Miss Bertina Forest has gone to
Kendrick to remain indefinitely.
Miss Mary Galloway is spending
the week with her sister, Mrs. Chas.
Bowers at Avon.
Mrs. Frank Whitcomb and Mrs.
Will Elliott are enjoying a visit by
their sister from Wyoming.
I ! Word reached here that Emar
I Bruseth has arrived from overseas
land is in a hospital in New Jersey
as the results of being severty
wounded in action October 4th.
Remember the Lutheran Ladies'
I Aid Sale. When? Saturday June
1 21st. Where? At the Taney school
; house. What else? Oh yes! a lunch
I will be served at noon. Last but
not least important, ice cream and
cake. Come! bring your friends.
Mrs. Ira Altig of Deary spent
Sunday with' her mother, Mrs.
Emma Gladden.
Miss Bertina Forest delightfully
entertained the Young People's Lea
gue at her home Saturday evening,
about fifty being present. Music,
singing and interesting games i
afforded everyone a jolly good time. I
A delicious two course luncheon
was served at midnight. Everyone
expressed themselves as having ;
spent an evening of real enjoyment, j
a
South wick Items
The cable for the flag pole came
last week. The flag before being
Chautauqua WeeK
June 15 to 20
You are invited to climb into
your Oakland or whatever other
make of car you own, and come
to Kendrick to spend Chautau
qua week with us.
Veterans' Day, June 19
C. S» Porter
__
Local Dealer.
hung on a wire. The balance of
the flag fund was used to purchase
the cable.
Beans are going out of sight at
a brisk rate lately. This week will
practically end bean planting here.
Floyd Russell still mÉes his
weekly trip to Kendrick to visit
the doctor on account of the auto
accident in which he was badly
hurt. Floyd seems to be improv
ing nicelv.
Alex Lawrencç is helping Floyd
Russell with his farm work at
present.
There will be services at the
United Brethern church next Sun
day evening. We are sorry to state
that this will be Rev. Benjamin's
last appointment here.
Miss Edith Faris has been engag
ed to teach a summer school m the
mountains about sixty miles from
Mountain Home.
A tractor demonstration took place
on L. J. Southwick's farm last Tues
day.
The Misses Wilma ar.d Stella Mc
Clelland left for Lewiston last Sat
urday where Stella will attend the
summer normal, and Wilma will
visit friends and recuperate after
her long sick spell.
We were visited by Mr. Jack Frost
last Friday night.
Lew Stalnaker has purchased the
town property owned by John Phil
lips. Mr. Phillips and family are
moving to Clarkston.
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Don't Wait Longer to Build
Lumber prices are advancing. It is almost a certain
ty that prices on building material are as low now as
they will be for years to come. If yyu have any
idea of building get my prices on your material bill.
You will be surprised at what a reasonable figure
you can get your material now.
Attend the Chautauqua
Sunday is the Opening Day
Sturdevant Lumber Yard*
Prof. Wilbur intends to leave for
Moscow this week, where he will
attend the summer course at the
University.
We hear that Jas. L. Mabry and
Wm. Stump are improving in
health. We congratulate them.
Homer Betts made a much ap
preciated call on some of his friends
last Wednesday. Homer has some
very interesting things to tell about
Germany and the German people
where he was located. He tells
terrible cootie yarns also. Of course
he tells the truth when he states the
fact that a cootie donned his sfloes
and went thumping down the stairs,
waking him out of his sound sleep..
The Sunday school picnic at Julia
etta was well attended by South
wick people last Sunday. They re
port a very enjoyable day.
We thank the people who handed
us interesting notes for the South
wick Items. Please keep it up.
Daily Thought.
We do that in om zeal our calmer
moments would be afraid to answer.—
Scott.
You have tried the rest
Now drink the best
"RAINIER SPECIAL"
The Drink ot the Age
9
Ice Cream
Cones, Dishes, Baskets
Fruit Flavors Also. Lunch
es all day and part of the
night.
Tom McDowell

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