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Boost For Better
Into Kend ick
Subscription Price
In Advance
Over The County
Troy News: Last Tuesday evening
George Rouse'Went from his oarn
to his house and secured his milk
bucket to go and pail the bossie.
George stepped on the linoleum on
the kitchen floor with wet shoes and
no sooner done than his teet took
the position in the air where his
bead had been and he fell across a
chair. He got up, naturally, and
went on to the barn to finish his
evening work, but when he went to
stoop over he met with a sudden
pain and heard some bones that
sounded like they were passing one
another. He went to the house and
called a phvsician and it was soon
learned that he had broken two ribs.
Deary Press: The lyceum commit
tee has contracted with the Ellison
White bureau for next winter's ly
ceum course. This time they took
five big numbers constituting one
>of the bureau's best circuits. The
lecturer will be Strongheart, a full
blooded Indian, whose eloquence is
stirring the country fiom center to
circumference. The musical and
dramtaic numbers are of the best.
The people may confidently look for
ward to a series of fine entertain
ments this winter.
Announcement has been made by
Miss Ethel Redfield, state superin
tendent of public instruction, of
the amount of state school money
due the several counties of the
state. Latah county's share for this
year is $10,987.96. The apportiont
ment is made according to the num
ber of children of school age in each
county. The money is derived from
interest from investments of the
school endowment fund. - Genesee
Banker Sells His Wheat
Despairing of wheat prices ad
vancing and fearing a further de
cline, H. Melgard, president of the
First Trust & Savings Bank of Mos
cow, sold his wheat Tuesday, for
about $1.20. Mr. Melgard has been
studying conditions both here and
abroad and came to the conclusion
that the price is more likely to de
cline than to advance, and disposed
of his share of the grain raised on
his farm lands.—Star-Mirror.
Southwick Items
Protracted meetings began at the
U. B. church Sunday evening.
Hiram Alber, Julius Hoppe, Link
Tabor, George Baker and John Mab
ry went on a fishing trip lately and
succeeded in catching two big fish
about 6 inches long.
John Stalnaker also took himself
to the river recently, but his wife
tells us he would have been ahead
in the number of fish secured if he
had purchased a can of sardines at
the store.
Mrs. Calvert has been in Juiiaetta
visiting friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Kirk and
little son and Claud Baker left here
for Kansas last Monday.
A very good program and pie
social was given at the Golden Rule
school, February 4th, the proceeds
derived there from will go to pur
chase an organ. The amount rais
ed was $28.85. Miss Stella McClel
land and patrons of the school have
every reason to feel proud of the
children for exceliçnt work and
Miss Thane and Lee McFadden of
Cream ridge were over for the pie
social, Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John McFadden and
sons, James and Foster, of Cre^m
ridge attended church here Sur .ay
Miss Lottie Wright is recovering
.from her illness of pneumonia.
Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Ben McCoy's
sister is here for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Russell and
children have been visiting friends
and relatives on Cream ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith of Le
land came up for a visit with rela
tives, Saturday evening, and return
ed home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Faris and
daughter, Frances, visited with the
Winters family, Sunday.
H. S. Play a Success
The play, "Brown Eyed Betty",
put on by twelve of the high school
students last Friday evening, was a
great success. The young folks en
tered into the spirit of the three act
comedy in a most highly pleasing
manner. While all of the parts
were well carried out, there were
several characters exceptionally
well handled.
Miss Hood deserves the credit of
training the young people, instead
of Miss Little as stated in last
week's paper. She has had consider
able experience in this line of work
and the success of the play is large
ly due to her efforts.
Approximately $65 was netted
from the receipts at the door, which
is almost enough to pay for the new
gymnasium floor. The price of 35
and 50 cents proved popular and a
large crowd attended the entertain
ment. •
Wheat Grower* to Meet
Several meetings will be held in
this community by members of the
Washington-Idaho Wheat Growers
Association, to organize this corner
of the county. It is planned to
thoroughly organize Latah county
and the meetings are being held
with this object in view. Officers
of the Association state that they
will.have over 50 per cent of the
wheat in the Inland Empire signed
up before next iiarvest.
The first meeting will be held in
the City Hall in Kendrick, to
morrow, Saturday, at 1 o'clock, and
on American ridge at the school
house the same evening at 7:30. On
February 14, Monday, there will
be a meeting on Texas ridge in the
evening at 7:30. The meeting on
Little Bear ridge will be on the
following day, Tuesday, February
15 at 7:30 p. m. Big Bear ridge
will hold a meeting on Wednesday,
February 16 at 7:30 p. m.
Meetings will also be held at
Leland and Southwick, February 18
and 19 respectively.
All wheat growers are invited to
attend these meetings. Prominent
speakers of the Association will be
Big Bear Ridge
Miss Georgianne Suppiger spent
the week end at her home in Mos
Mrs. H. Ü. Field and son, Lief,
of Moscow, and Mrs. L. Bronson of
Chicago, Illinois, were week end
visitors at the A. Hooker home.
Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Lien spent
Saturday and Sunday at the H.
Dahlberg home in Deary.
The Christian Endeavor topic for
Sunday evening, February 13th, will
be: "Thy Kingdom Come. In My
Home". Matt. 6 : 7-15. Percy Ware,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Black and son,
Clifford, of Moscuw, were visitors
at the N. E. Ware and A. Hooker
homes the first of the week.
R. W. Bigham of Troy spent Wed
nesday with friends here.
Dance Met Obstacles
F'or a while last Friday it began
to look as though the American
Legion dance would have to be call
ed off. At three o'clock in the
afternoon word was received that
lights'would be turned off at mid
night for repairs. This difficulty
was surmounted by Schupfer & Deo
iiald who connected the Fraternal
Temple wires to storage batteries in
the garage.
At 3:30 a call came from Arrow
Junction saying that the Orchestra
was stuck in the mud jn their car
and couldn't get here. However,
the A. L. boys had transportation
facilities ready in a short time| and
at the appointed hour the dance was
in full swing.
The next dance will be held on
Friday, February 18.
A. G. Wilson, clerk of the Pine
clerk school Board received notice
that Florence Bradshaw passed the
8 th grade examination held recent
ly, with an average of 95, which is
an exceptionally good grade.

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Koepp's Enteitain at "500"
Last Saturday evening the Her
man Keopp home near Leland was
the scene of a most enjoyable card
party. There were filtv-four pres
ent and eight tables were devoted
to progressive "500". After an in
teresting "session" with the cards
Mr. and Mrs. August Wegner were
decided the victors and presented
with the prize. John Vincent and
G. Hogrefe had their feelings some
what appeased by receiving conso
lation prizes.
Mrs. Keopp is famous all over the
Potlatch for her splendid dinners
and the lunch served on this particu
lar occasion was no exception to her
past achievements. It is needless
to say that the refreshments were
greatly enjoyed.
Miss Woller of St. Paul, Earl F.
White of Lewiston and E. L. Sel
lards of Stites were the only guests
present, outside ot the Leiand com
Fined For Killing Deer
Deputy State Game W'arden L. E.
Brooks went to Linden tne first ot
the week and caused James Farring
ton to be hailed before Justice of
the Peace Starr on the charge of
killing deer out of season. Mr.
Brooks found two fresh deer hides
at Mr. Farrington's place, which
was sufficient evidence to cause the
latter to plead guilty to the charge.
The court placed the fine at $100
and costs to the amount of $3. The
amount was paid by Mr. Farring
Texas Ridge
Lloyd and Goldia Baker of Greer
are visiting on the ridge,
Mr. F'rantz'ck and wife visited at
the George Drury home Sunday.
Smith and George Eacker were on
Bear ridge a few days last week
helping Mr. Whybarck haul saw
A number of young folks helped
Elsie Weber celebrate her sixteenth
birthday, Saturday evening. Those
present report a jolly good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker, Mrs.
Viola Baker and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Ogden and children and Mr.
Knudson were highly entertained at
the Mel Eatman home, Thursday
Mrs. John Gentry is on the sick
list, Dr. Faust was called, Munday.
Mrs. Viola Baker called on Mrs.
Moore, Sunday.
Sam Sturman and wife, Mrs Bog
ar and daughter, were callers at
the Miller home, Sunday.
Mrs. George Eacker is on the sick
list this week.
We understand that Harry Baker
is contemplating starting a goat
farm. We wish you success, Harrv.
Neighbors and friends of Grandpa
Vanscov, gathered at the Ogden
home, Tuesday afternoon, to help
Grandpa celebrate his 73rd birth
day. After refreshments were serv
ed they all left tor their homes
wishing Grandpa many more happ>
Mrs. Ogden entertained Mae
Weber and Mr. Knudson at lunch,
Sunday evening.
Perryman'* Confectionery
W. A. Perryman opened his r.ew
confectionery, Wednesday ot this
week. It is a store of which anyone
might well feel proud. A splendid
marble fountain and backbar of the
latest model is installed in the
front. The fountain has an auto
matic electric carbonater, eletric
mixer and an electcric water heater.
Mr. Perryman says he can make sev
eral cups of chocolate in 45 seconds
with the electric water heater. .
He has put in a large stock of
fine candies and cookies and expects
to keep everything along that line
which the trade demands. Along
with his other fixtures he has in
stalled a big Brunswick phonograph
for the enjoyment ot bis. customers,
The remark has Deen made a num
her ot times this week that the new
confectionery is the best thing of
its kind Kendrick has ever had and
is a credit to the town. Mr. Perry-1
man has had enough experience in
the confectionery business to make
his success assured.
Mrs. Lillian Starr, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman of Ores -
cent, was married to Mr. Stuart
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Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Wilson. The ceremony occurred at
Lewiston, Monday, and was per
formed by the probate judge. Miss
bride, and James Wilson, brother ot
the groom, accompanied, the happy
couple to Lewiston and were present
at the wedding.
Miss Tula McGuire, daughter, ot
Mr. and Mrs, F!. L. McGuire of
Kendrick, was married at Glarkston
Tuesday evening to Mr. O. W. Leh
man of Glarkston. The wedding
occurred after church Tuesday at
the residence ot Rev. Garber. Mr.
and Mrs. Lehman will make their
home at Glarkston for the present.
Mrs. Lehman was a senior
the culmination of
formed when she and Mr. Lehman
lived near Teakean a year or so ago.
school this year and was a
student. Her marriage was
culmination of a friendship,
Teakean and Cavendish
Ray Garrison and family visited
the B. S. Adams home last Sun
account of smallpox, there being
number of cases tnere.
The meetings scheduled to take
place at the Brethern church
Teakean, were called off on account
of the illness of the minister.
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Mr. and Mrs. Miller from Oregon
are visiting relatives in this part
of the country for a tew weeks.
Meetings were held in the Caven
dish church last week by Rev. F. O.
Sapp. They closed Saturday.
There was a dance at the home
Mrs. E. Kelley last week which was
well attended.
Helen and Lyle Adams were home
from Orofino three days last week
as their school had closed down on
Trustees Visit School
E. W. Lutz, N. E. Walker and
Harry G. Star.ton, members of the
Kendrick school board, visited the
school Tuesday morning and found
conditions verv satisafctory, al
though the primary grades and high
school are rather crowded with the
present teaching force. Miss Mc
Kinnon, primary teacher, has over
fifty pupils in her room and the
four year's high school course is be
ing handled bv three teachers count
ing the principal. This condition
is unavoidable, however, as it is
impossible to increase the teaching
force with the present available
funds. The members of the board
together with Prof. Morrison are
doing everything in their power to
keep down expenses with the least
amount ot injury to the efficiency
of'the school. Tne funds are limit
ed and the finances oi the school are
being handled accordingly.
Married in Spokane
Asotin Sentinel: The marriage of ;
Mr. Marvin R. Vincent of Leland
Idaho and Miss Myrtle M. Hoskins
of Agatha, Idaho, was solemnized in
Spokane Tuesday evening, February
]. The bride is a granddaughter ot
Mr. Chester Shumaker of this place
and is quite well known in Asotin
as some two or three years ago, for
. a considerable time served as assist
of ant treasurer in the office of the
County Treasurer. The groom is a
well known farmer in the Leland
section and the residence of the
couple will be made in that vicin
jty. The many friends of the bride,
m this vicinity, will take great
pleasure in extending best wishes
for a very nappy married life.
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Iherewasa large crowd present
Friday evening at the Community i
Club. The meeting was presided
Leland Items
over by Mrs. Jesse Hoffman, presid
ent of the club. R. B. Parks was
called on to explain the aim of the
! club. He said in part "Its aim is
of to train our young people and child
- 1 ren to intelligently appear before
the public, lu promote soeiabil-,
,, îty and a friendly community
at " The school gave a short program
consisting of songs and recitations,
Miss Huermann, the County Red
ot .h»
ot to Russia and Siberia and her work
there as a Red Cross Nurse,
It w'as decided to hold the club
and a good socia
; a
at j The missionary
meeting every two weeks instead of
once a month as first voted. The
senool to fuinish part of the pro
gram and the community a part. R.
B. Parks, Jesse Huffman and Mrs.
Goudzward were appointed as pre
Refreshments consisting ot sand
wicnes, cake and coffee were served
time enjoyed by
proving tnat the cluo is a pro
moter of sociability.
ociety met
Mr. ruary 3rd, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed F leshman. Jr., the business
session was held in the forenoon.
The lesson for study in the after
noon was New Orleans. Mrs. Jesse
a Hoffman gave a very interesting
was talk on the history of NewO rleans.
£? rs - Clifford Powell on the Old
French Quarters; Its need ot Re
demption". Mrs. J.' A. Hall on
"Establishing Righteousness within
its Gates".
There were fourteen members
and eight visitors present. A lovely
lunch was served at one o clock by
the hostess, Mrs. Fleshman.
This being Mr. and Mrs. Flesh
Sun- man's twelfth wedding anniversary
they were the recipients of many
nice and useful presents.
Rev. Hall went to Gilbert, Mon-;
day to assist Rev. Davis in the re
viva! meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Kuykendall
are t h e proud parents of a baby bov,
born Monday morning.
Dr. and Mrs. Stoneburner enter
tamed a number of their friends at
a dinner, Tuesday evening. The cc
casion being the Doctor s birthday.
The Dortor's treat, aisde from all
take the other good things to eat. was
at baked dams and judging from the
amount consumed everyone enjoyed
;them. These present were: Messrs.
and Mesdames. R. M. Smith, Robert
Smith, Joe Thornton, Jake Bern
part man, Oylear, Mrs. J. A. Hall and
son, Claude. __ _
Chase Bootleggers
Star-Mirror: After an exciting
day and night chase through deep
woods, and over portions of two
counties, Latah county deputy
sheriffs have landed Charles Sweek
er and Andrew Olson in the county
jail on a charge of manufacturing
liquor. A well equipped still and
several gallons of what is claimed
by the officers to be the "best moon
shine we have ever seized'' were
captured and are being held as evid
ence. It is believed by the officers
making the arrests, Charles Sum
merfield and Pat Malone, that this
arrest is an important one inbreak
ing up illicit liquor manufacture
and traffic in the timber near Bovill
and Deary, where liquor has been
dispensed freely during the past
several months,
The officers wpnt to Deary and
searched the homes of Swecker and
Olson, and claim to have found one
quart of whiskey and a number of
ZftLuZ'rn "Z e ° nt * iaed f
the liquor. They left the homes ot
the men wanted and started for the
; °ld Swecker homestead, which has
n °t been occupied for some time,
They found evidence of hasty re
moval of a lot of barrels and other
equipment believed to have been
used in making liquor,
Returning through the woods tne
officers heard two men talking and
threw a flash light onto them. The
men fled and as they crossed a small
bridge the officers heard a splash
and investigation disclosed a gallon
jug of good liquor that had been
thrown in the creek. This was res
cued. The trail was followed
through the wo^ds to the home ot
"Chuch" Wells, a negro, whose ca
bin was searched but the men were
n °t found. The officers claim that
I Wells had t'.e men hidden in his
barn and a warrant was today issu-
ed charging him with assisting
I criminals to escape and "obstruct
' n R officers in their line of duty."
i Returning to Bovill, traveling
part of the time through snow on
f 00 t and part of the time in a sled
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tht ' ° fllcers learned that decker
and Olson had eaten an early break
fast there and had left on foot. The
two officers waited for the
noon train
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,o clock on the Milwaukee, and
! boarded it. At Clarkia the two
men wanted boarded the train and
were promptly placed under arrest.
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automatic pistol, but they submit
Bovili at 4
ted without resistance. They were
taken to St. Maries and kept over
night and returned to Bovill by
train -
"Both men confessed that they had
been making whiskey for months
anc j | ia( | go]^ f rom $250 to $500
worth a lnont k in Deary, Lovill and
ff> e logging camps, and they took
is to where they had hiddden the
till in a slaughter house and dug
up 3J gallons of double-distilled
whiskey, that is the highest grade
moonshine we have ever captured,"
sa ,,j Charles Summerfield, deputy
aheriff. The men were brought
_ . ,,
; from Deary to Moscow by team and
lodged in the county jail. "These
men had walked 32 miles, part of
the way through snow three feet
deep, from the time we first met
them in the woods and they escaped,
until they boarded the train at
clarkia at 5 o'clock the next even
Deputy Sheriff Summer
by ' J ^ ,
held, and they were completely
tired out. We followed them on
foot, in a sled, and by train and we.
^ were prettv tired atter the all
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night and all day chase.
Tne men were taken before Judge
re- Steele, of the district court Monday
morning and entered pleas of guilty
to the charge ot having liquor in
their possession. Swecker was fined
$50 anc j sentenced to 60 days in jail
and 01son was fined $10 ° and se "
at tenced to 60 days in the county jail,
cc- They begin serving their sentence
a t once. It is understood they will
all tj, e ji nes a t the expiration of
was '
the tne jan sentence.
This is a good time to pay that
ç aze tt e subscription, when you
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and haven t much of anythi g se t
'do. If it's due, do it now.

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