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Wm. Cox of American Ridge has let the contract for a concrete cow barn. Bun Peniand of Juiiaetta has the contract. The Darn will be modern in every respect and accord ing to the plans and specifications will be one of the finest structures of the kind in the Potlatch country. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Stoneburner of Iceland went to Lewiston Tnurs day afternoon to attend a Scottish Rite banquet held there in the evening. Mrs. J. F. Brown and son, Buster, were Moscow visitors Thursday. Dave Schoeffler went to Lewiston Thursday afternoon for a short visit. E. W. Lutz went to Lewiston Thursday to attend the Scottish Rite banquet' Mrs. C. G. Compton went to Lew istion Thursday afternoon on busi ness. Y H. E. Bramer and wife of the Southwick country went to Lewis ton Tuesday afternoon to visit Mrs. Bramer's brother, Herman Meyer, who is now convalescing from his operation. Prof. White and W. K. Keller went to Spokane the first of the week to attend a meeting of the Inland Teachers' Association. The high school was dismissed for the week on account of their absence. At the American Legion dance last Friday night, a vote was taken among the new members present as to whether they should ask for a cash bonus of $1.50 per day for the time they were in the service. There were over twenty of the Legion boys present and they voted unanimouslv in favor of the bonus. Ben Callison went to Lewiston the first of the week to spend a short time with his wife, who is quite ill at a hospital there. It is likely that she will have to remain at the hospital several weeks for treatment. The doctors advise a low altitude for a while as she has heart trouble. The American Legion dance last Friday night was fairly well attend ed but the boys did,not quite make expenses, lacking something over $7 to cover cost of giving dance They hope to make up their loss on the next dance. A. G. Wilson was in Lewiston the first of the week on business. Lyman Vaughan of Linden went to Potlatch to look for employment. He expects lo remain there at least until harvest time if he can find work that he likes. work that he likes. Dr. S. A. Rowe, formerly of Juiia etta but now located in Lewiston, was m Kendrick last Monday on business. E. P. Atchison was in Kooskia the first of the week on business. G. S. Porter was a Lewiston visit or the first of the week. Miss Phyllis Cain came up from Lewiston Saturday afternon tu spend the week end with her mother Mrs. Wm. Cain of American ridge. State Treasurer John W. Eagieson has announced his candidacy for the office of governor of Idaho. His announcement did not come as a surprise to the people of Idaho as it has been understood for some time that he would aspire to the govern or's chair. L. A. Grinolds was in Lewiston the first of the week on business. 1. R. Bradford and family left Saturday for California. They will make the trip by automobile in a Chevrolet and a Ford. The ex-service men in Deary are organizing an American Legion Post. The Kendrick school is making preparation to give a school play in the near future. This will be the fifth and last number of the lyceum course for this season. No definite date has been set for the play but announcements will be made later. Mrs. E. M. Million, who was pro prietor of the Kendrick Millinery Store, until recently, left for Seattle the first of the week to make her home. She has several children living there. Mrs. E. W. Lutz and daughter, Eleanor, went to Lewiston Tuesday afternoon to psend a few days with her father. Mrs. N. C. Thomas returned the first of the week from Orofino where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Randall. Miss Ruth Seleen of Wallace visit ed Mrs. A. V. Dunkle Tuesday morning, leaving on the afternoon train. On acount of a wind storm which blew down eight poles along the electric light line near Tckoa, Tues day, Kendrick was without electric power nearly all day. Canoyn Post No. 66 of the Amer ican Legion may decide to install a club room here for the use of the members. Plans are to put in a good reading room and pool table. AMiss Volga Wolff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wolff of Put latch ridge, arrived from Spokane Wednesday afternoon. She expects to spend the spring and summer with her parents. W. C. Housley, janitor of the Kendrick school building, purchas ed the property owned bv Mrs. E. M. Million. The place is located in the lower end of town and con sists of eleven acres of land and a house. A small part of the land is cultivated and the rest is on a steep hill side. The purchase price is understood to have been $900. Mrs. Ferdinand Zoyer left for Spokane Wednesday, where she will visit her daughter, Josephine, and son, John, for a week. From there she and her son, Chris, will go to New Ulm, Minnesota, where they will make their home. Frank Zoyer, who used to live here, is located at New Ulm and is now a surveyor. Chris expects to work under him and learn surveying. Frances Mulalley visited friends in Kendrick the first of the week. Charles Woods and his mother and daughter of Clarkston spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Aaron McCrery. Mr. Wood is Mr. Mc Crerv's brother-in-law. Frank Kendrick of Spokane spent a few days the first of the week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ivy. Rev. Hood went to Stites the first of the week to help his parents pack their household goods preparatory to moving to Kendrick. The elder Mr. and Mrs. Hood are moving into the G. M. Lewis home, which they purchased recently. V Miss Ruth Dammarell arrived from Cheney the first of the week to spend her spring vacation with her folks. The funeral of Mrs. Elsie Case» whose death followed an operation for appendicitis and abcess, was held at Lewiston Wednesday morn ing. Mrs. Case was born in Kend rick 28 years ago and was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Strain. She is survived by a six year-old son. ANNOUNCEMENT We wish to thank the people of Kendrick and the surrounding country tor their generous patronage during the past two years. Our bus iness relations with the public have been very pleasant and we hope that our successors will re ceive the same generous treatment. All book accounts contracted while the store was under our management, are now' due. We would be pleased to have you call and settle at once. G. N. Baker P-Y-R-E-X Oven Ware The Most Sanitary Cooking Utensils Mirro Aluminum Ware A high-grade Aluminum of beautiful finish and exclusive pattern F armers Hardware Company Miss Melia Hartung arrived Wed nesday afternoon frum Spokane . to spend the spring and summer with , her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Har tung ot Cameron. MICKIE SAYS V NK WW4 GTT W VJVfUOJf "t* OUOWt -«Ö OO \nrtu tvV Mb or * OJEQLM*. KO \N TWS PECWUtSS pumewA or vuaucin \ MOW ■STM* TIM* »U '***<*'* Statt of Ohio, City of Toltdo, Lucaa County, ta. Frank J. Chaney makea oath that ha ia aanior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney * Co., doing buaineaa In the City of Toledo, County and State aforeaald, and_that tajd_ firm will pay^ the aum of -- f or aach „ _ _, ; cànnot be cured by the uaa of HALL'S CATAF— MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENE Sworn to before me and subscribed In m* presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1866. A. W. GLEASON. (Seal) Notary Public. Hall'a Catarrh Medicine la taken in ternally and acta through the Blood on the Mucoua Surfaces ot the Syatem. Send for teatlmoniala, free. _ F. J. CHENET * CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by ell drtfkgtsta. 75c. Hälfe Family Villa for conatlpaUon. 1 .y * SPRING FABRICS We are showing the kind of cloth women and child ren are looking tor. Just the kind you will be pleasantly surprised to find from the standpoint of beauty and price. Fashions of the present season are more beautiful than they have been for a long time, so desirable are they that we can not help marveling at the genious that has produced such desirable effects. We extend to you a very cordial invitation to visit our store. Keep up with the new spring goods that are arriving daily. More Taffeta and Messalines 1 hese are in the new shades of Belgian blue, African brown, landon smoke and dark red. Dainty Lace Neckwear Here you will find the newest creations in collars and complete sets to adorn the apparel of the coming season. F ancy ribbons, all the desirable widths are here a collection of beautiful shades. Boys' Men's and Young Men's Suits Boys' suits at prices that defy competition. To delay buying means you will pay more when these are gone. Priced from $10. 00 to $15.00. Men s and young men's suits in a wide range of styles and colors, from the snappy belted models to the three and four button sack coat, priced from $35.00 to $00.00 and a few numbers at $70.00. Come in and see them. Special prices on laundry soap. Onion sets for early onions. Northrup, King & Co., Morse and Ferry's Seeds. % We are here to serve you. Kendrick Store Co. The Quality Store a LEE gz Tubes GOVERNMENT SPECIFICATION A Tire is Only as Good as The Tube Within it. This is truer than you think. Get good tubes and your casings will last longer and give better service. Lee tubes are the only ones of fered to the public that conform strictly to Government specifica tions as to size, quality and weight. The demand for Lee tubes has tripled in the last year. Get Your Lee Tube Today Kendrick Garage Company CHANSLOR AND LYON CO. Pacific Cpast Distributors. Largest Distributors of Automotive Equipment in the World.