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A Joe Davis, Sr. arived in Kendrick last Friday morning from Los Angeles where he spent the past four months. Burn to Mr. and Mr. Franke Ben scoter of American ridge, Friday, January 21, a son. Miss Esther Lowery, domestic science teacher of the Kendrick schools, spent the week end at her home in Pullman. Mrs. Kate Kelley, who is teaching near Summit, Idaho, spent Sunday with her brother, John Reid. Archie May of Potlatch ridge was a Lewiston visitor Saturday. Clarence Dougherty of American ridge was a Moscow visitor the first of the week. - W. Westover was in Lewiston last Saturday on business. Mrs. H. P. Hull an^ Mrs. W. M. McCrea were Moscow visitors, Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brooks of Lewiston spent Sunday here visit ing their daughter, Mrs. E. W. Lutz. Neil Nelson of Clarkston was transacting business in Kendrick the first of the week. Herman Wegner of Asotin was in Kendrick over the week end to visit his sister, Mrs. hred Lucht, who is here from Arlington, Minn. This was their first meeting in twenty years. August F. Wegner of Cameron was a Lewiston visitor last week. R. F. Bigham was a Troy visitor Sunday. L. E. Brooks of Moscow, deputy state game warden, was in Kendrick the first of the week looking after matters pertaining to his office. Mrs. C. L. Guy returned, Tues day, from American ridge where she visited her new grandson at the Franke Ber.scoter home. Mrs. A. C. Deeter came down from Moscow, Iuesday, to attend a meeting of the local Rebekah Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Clark visited relatives in Kendrick the first of the week. J. L. Johnson of American ridge was a business visitor in Moscow the fitst of the week. Mr. and Mrs. I'rank Benscoter re turned from Clarkston, Tuesday, where tney visited their daughter, Mrs. Neal Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bibb visited friends in Juliaetta the first of the week. Bob Bigham sold a fine Duroc Jersey hog to B. H. Lester of Elk River, Idaho. He shipped the hog to its new owner by express last week. Mrs. Carlton of Lewiston visited her daughter, Mrs. Walter laylor, on American ridge, last week. A. K. Carlson was a Moscow visit or the first of the week. Rev. and Mrs. Haskel Tudor of Juliaetta were Kendrick visitors, Tuesday. Athol McKinnon of Three Hills, Alberta, arrived Monday afternoon for a short visit with his sister, who teaches the primary grades in the local schools. X A local citizen said this week that he had just discarded a pair of shoes bought from one of the Kendrick stores, that he had worn for two years. If he had purchased these shoes from a mail order house and the news had leaked out that mail order shoes wore that long, it would be the pet fireside story told these long, winter evenings, for miles around. K Miss Gladys Malloy was taken ill last week and a local physician pro nounced it smallpox. She was stay ing at the Morrison home, which is now quarantined. Miss Malloy is the third and fourth grade teach er here. Mrs. Joday Long is sub stituting for her anil as she is a teacher with wide experience, in the school room, the children are faring very well. There is just the one ease of smallpox in town and it is in a very light form. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wegner, who have been spending the past month or so in Deary, returned to their home heie, Tuesday. Mr. Wegner is proprietor of the Kendrick Auto Co. V Mrs. Emu I us Brown and little •daughter. Rosebud, arrived Tuesday from Fossil, Oregon, to visit at the J. F. Brown home. Claud Kimes has only missed two trips so far this winter with his car, carrying the mail from Kendrick to Southwick. Rev. Howard W. Mort was a Lew iston visitor, Wednesday. C. B. Candler is having a tough time of it. He is still quite ill and not able to be out of the house. His friends hope that when good weather comes this spring his health will improve. He has been ill since last summer. X Barton's Orchestra of Lewiston will furnish the music for the American Legion dance tonight (Friday). X Born to Mr. and Mrs. Oral Craig of Luland, Monday, a daughter, weighing 8è pounds. J. M. Woodward of Leland at tended a farm bureau meeting and a meeting of school trustees at Lewiston iast week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKeever ex pect to move to Clarkston next week to make their home. They will live with Mrs. MoKeevei's folks, the John Florance family, until Harrv has a house built on his ten-acre tract. Tonight will be a busy time in Kendrick, with revival meetings at the Methodist clirueh, a high schoul play at the Grand Theatre and an American Legion dance at the Fra ternal Temple. Ed Kent returned, Thursday, from a visit at Seattle. The iiigh school play to be given tonight is not a lyceuin numbet. Lyceum season tickets can't be used tor this entertainment. The pro ceeds from the play will be used to pay for the new floor in the gym nasium. Presbyterian Aid Entertains The ladies of the Presbyterian Aid Society entertained the mem bers of the Methodist Aid at the Manse, Wednesday afternoon. About thirty were present and a delight ful afternoon was spent. A short program was rendeied consisting of piano solos by Miss Elsie Thomas and Mrs. Leo Raaberg; Mr. Hood then led in prayer and a vocal solo by Mrs. Joday Long was the con cluding number. Salad, hot rolls, tea and cake were served. ,-V Big Bear Ridge (Omitted last week) The Revival meetingds conducted by Rev. R. M. Hood of Kendrick and W. R. Johnson. Union Sunday school organizer of Lewiston, closed Sun day ^evening. The average attend ance tliruout the series of meetings was very good. Christian Endeavor topic for Sun day evening, January 30th is: "Christian Endeavor Accomplish ments and Possibilities." Phil. 3: 7-14. Miss Clara Morey leader. The Christian Endeavor had a social gathering at the U. B. church, Monday evening. Refresh ments were served and an enjoy able time had. (This Week's Items) Mrs. Anton Nelson entertained the Lutheran Ladies' Aid of Deary, Thursday afternoon. «^CMiss Helen Slind was visiting at the George Slind home in Clarkston, Wash., last week. and Mrs. Leon Ingle and Idren spent Saturday in Troy. Mrs. Chas. Elliott returned home last week from Ontario, Oregon, having visited at the home of her children, John, Mrs. Jim May and Mrs. Ralph Griffith. Mrs. Griffith accompanied her home for a visit. XA number of young people re sponded to the invitation of a sleigh riding party Saturday afternoon, to the home of Miss Adeline Hupp on Little Bear ridge. Music, singing, cards and games passed the time only too quickly, and afforded everyone a jolly good time. A de licious two course supper was serv ed by the hostess. CTKcrfrln the party were: Misses Roderick, Cartwright, Morey, John son, Hooker, Galloway, Lien, Sup piger; Messers: Forest, T. Nelson, Ware, H. and D. Galloway, Why bark, H. Fairfield, F. Hecht and Jones. VMr child A social dance was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glad den, Friday evening. Rev. Hood will preach at the Steele school house following Union Sunday school, Sunday, February 6th, at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor topic for Sun day evening will be: "A Surrender ed and Victorious Life." Col. 2:1-7. ______ _____________ tom Whybark leader j ' ü. S. Hetcher, county agent, met with the Farm Bureau members at j the U. B. church, Thursday after ; noon, at which time various plans | of better farming were discussed, | A telephone meeting was held at I the same time. » The Union Sunday school will give an oyster supper at the Steele school house, Saturday evening, February 5th. Cake and candy will also be served . Come, bring your friends. Not If As Rich As Cresus It you were as Cresus you could not buy a better remedy for con stipation than Chamberlain's Tab lets. They are easy and pleasant to take and when the [proper dose is taken'produce a mild and gentle effect. They also strengthen the digestion. Eggs For Hatching Single Comb White Leghorns. 1 will be prepared to furnish eggs after February 15th from select three and four year old hens, at the following prices: 1 setting $150, 3 settings $4.00, 5 settings $6.00, 100 eggs $7.00. Postage and packing extra. J. C. Hamil, phone 3425. Juliaetta, Idaho. 5-tl FOR SALE: 7 head shoats, weight about 80 lbs each. A. E. Janes, Phone 3416. 5-2t Summons In the District Court, Second Ju dicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Latah. Vf. H. Leasure, Plaintiff, vs. Anna E. Bay lor, Fred May and Car oline May, his wife. Defendants. The State of Idaho Sends Greet ing To Anna E. Baylor, Fred May and Caroline May, his wife, the above named defendants. You are hereby notified that a complaint has been filed ' against you in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Latah, by the above named plaintiff, of the nature in general terms as follows; To fore close a certain mortgage or record in Book 45 of Mortgages, at page 602, records of Latah County, Idaho. And vou are hereby directed to appear and answer the said com plaint within twenty days of the service of this summons, if served within said Judicial District, and within forty days if served else where. And you are further noti fied that unless you so appear and answer said complaint within the time herein specified, the plaintiff will take judgment against you as prayed in said complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Latah County, this 24th day of January, A. D., 1921. Homer E. Estes, Clerk (Seal) By Adrian Nelson, Deputy Frank L. Moore, residence Mos cow, Idaho, attorney for Plaintiff. 5-6. WAGNER'S GARAGE Autos Repaired or Overhauled Oxy Acetylene Welding and Lathe Work Charges Reasonable All work is guaranteed Terms Cash A. H. OVERSMITH Attornev-at-Law Urquh.rt Building Third Street Moscow, Idaho. SATURDAY February 5 A Special Feature by Frank Keenan "The Bells" In 6 parts Henrv Irving went high to fame with "The Bells," which is the story of the conscience-tortured innkeeper who slew and robbed a traveler on a snowy night; and thence afterward, at all seasons, sleeping and waking, in the height of his prosperity and honor, he heard the haunting sound of the sleigh bells—baleful bells, murder chime«—which sounded in his con science even as the shadow of death was upon him. Good Comedy "Screen News" Admission - - - 15c-25c-35c Let OLDFIELD repair your watch through the Red Cross Pharmacy's 1 repair service. 49-tf. Outing Flannel Gowns Take advantage of our great sale in outing flannel gowns. Ladies long sleeve double yoke in the best quality, of white outing. Value $4.25, sale price $2.79. Value $4.00, sale price $2.56 Value $2.95, sale price $ | .89. Children's gowns valued at $2.60, sale price $ | .65. Quilts and Blankets A big reduction and it will pay you to look them over. Just 3 bath robe blankets left at $7.59. Yarn "Veribest Zephyr" yarn in green, yellow, pink, red, blue, American beauty, old rose, grey, white and black, 35c a ball or skein. Rubbers Another shipment ot rubbers for the whole family, just in. Keep your feet dry. Ladies New styles of pumps and oxfords are in for spring and are very low in price, as compared with last year's prices. All sizes to be had tor the early buyers. Speaking of Shoes Your feet will be properly fitted with All Leather Shoes That Wear, at very low prices, if you will give us the opportunity to shoe you. Leather vests, mackinaws, stag shirts and wool pants at less than cost. Mother's Oats, 3 pkgs $1.00. Fresh shipment of SnowHake Sodas and Cookies. Kendrick Store Company "Everything to Eat and Wear" A Brighter Future We are all getting started on our affairs for 1921. The spirit of pessimism is being left behind and we should all be optimists now. The year is before us and it is up to us to make good. Many lines ot merchandise have declined, and among them an. increasing number in hardware. While at this time we cannot list all of these declines, we will give you a few that are noti eable: Galvanized Iron Pipe and Galvanized Tubs, Paint, Glass, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, White Lead, Bolts, field seeds, such as Alfalfa, Red Clover and Timothy. On all articles in our store we are following the decline. After a long time in which little painting has been done, now is a good time to paint. Remember, "Save the surface and you save all. Builders' hardware and building material have reached a point where we can build new and repair old buildings very economically. To All Farmers We call your attention to our annual repair week— don't forget it. The date will be announced later. This will save many anxious moments and expensive delays when work time comes. Bone, Shell, Grit, Oil Meal, for the Poultry At Your Service The Kendrick Hardware Co.