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11 BULL DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes for 10c A. H. OVERSM1TH Attorney-at-Law Urquhart Building Third Street Moscow, Idaho. Dr. W. A. Adair Rectal Diseases, Hemorhoids, Fistula, Fissure, etc. Moscow, - - Idaho Carpenter and Contractor Phone 236 H. H. Stevens Kendrick. Idaho I j ! ! BLACKSMITH First class work done Years of Experience Wm. Meyer KENDKICK, IDAHO Periodic Bilious AttacHs Persons subject to bilious attacks at regular intervals know about when to expect an attack. They find that they have no desire for food when an attack is due but usually eat because it is meal time. Skip cne meal and take three of Chamberlain's Tablets and you may be able to avoid the attack. Per sons subject to periodic bilious at tacks should not Orink tea or coffee at any time. I» the one true friend that stays with you "thru thick and thin". When you feel "whipped" a 15 minute concert with the New Edison will make you feel "up and coming" and as good as the best ot men. The original cost is a trifle compared to the pleasure and soul satisfaction derived from its use. Come in and hear vour favorite record. iWWXWSE Kendrick Furniture Co. Facts About Rheumatism More than nine out of ten cases of rheumatism are either chronic or muscular rheumatism, and neither require any internal treatment. All that is required is to massage the affected parts freely with Chamberlain's Liniment. You will be surprised at the relief which it affords. South wick News Wm. Wright has returned from Lewiston, where he went for an operation due to injuries received at the sawmill. He is getting along nicely. Last Friday finished our term of school and the parting of teachers and scholars was affecting. We all feel that we have nad a very profit able term and tnat we were parting with friends wnen the teachers left Lee Kirk appears on the street with an automobile, while most of us walk. Last Saturday afternoon the men running the rock crusher, formed a hall team and played the kid team of Southwick. The rock* crusher team carried off tne honors. The Community Club held a social Thursday evening, in honor of the teachers. A very pleasant time was spent. Refreshments were ser ved after which a crowd of young people went to Mrs. Bunger's home to surprise Miss Carrie, as it was ner birthday. The Christian Endeavor society gave an ice cream social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hoppe, I Friday evening.. Â spelridid time was reported. j The Southwick kid team played ! the Juliaetta Kids last Sunday on the Juliaetta diamond, after the Juliaetta-Moscow game. Several ! cars went from Southwick and all had a jollv time in spite ot the fact itnat the Southwick kids were de feated. Lee Kirk ran out of gas on the way home and had to ditch his car, so Claud Kimes got to bring all the girls home. Cameron News Mrs. Emma Brunseik and son, Herbert, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Bleck of Kendrick. Ernest Heimgartner of California is visiting at the Carl Keopp home. Quite a number of the Cameron people attended the circus at Lewis ton last Wednesday. Miss Dora Hilton of Southwick is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schoeffler. Miss Martha Schoeffler of Lewis ton is visiting her brother, Dave. Mrs. Jake Slatter and children ot Leland, were visiting at the Blu/n home, Tuesday. Monday evening the young folks gathered at the Silflow home to celebrate Miss Martha's birthday. Refreshments were served consist ing of sandwiches, cake and ice cream. Every bed v enjoyed a good time. NICOTINE SULPHATE IS LESS EXPENSIVE Dusting Found Effective in Con trolling Pests. insect. Hard to Reach With Ordinary Sprays Caught by Floating Dust Settling on Under Side of the Leaves. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture) To the sorrow of some of the In sect pests which feed on the under side of plant leaves and so escape the effect of poison sprays, the bureau of entomology. United States Department of Agriculture, has been conducting experiments with nicotine sulphate ap plied in dust form. Mixed with kaolin to give the poison bulk. 40 per cent strength nicotine sulphate did remark able work in controlling melon, cab bage and pea aphis, onion thrips and western cucumber beetles. All **>ese Hand Dust-Guns Are Effective on Small Areas. insect pests are hard to reach with ordinary sprays, but the floating dust settles upon the under side of the leaves as well ns on the surface. The experiments show that much larger areas can be treated in less time than is required by spraying. Moreover, the equipment necessary to apply the dust is much less expensive than a spray outfit and its cost of application is less than by the older method. It weighs less than spray and is more conveniently handled. It can be mixed with arsenate of lead or sulphur for use against insects and fungous dis eases. WART DISEASE KITS ROOTS OF TOMATOES Injury Probably Coes Not Reduce Yield of Fruit. Affected Plants Serve to Carry Ail ment Over From Year to Year in Absence of Potatoes—Other Plants Suspected. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) itèrent investigations made by t,he United States Department of Agricul ture on the control of the potato wart disease, a European trouble found in this country in 1918. disclosed tlie fact that this disease also attacks tomatoes. Out of 118 varieties of tomatoes planted in wart-infested gardens in eastern Pennsylvania in 1920, 20 were found to be susceptible to the disease. Wart is a very serious disease of po tatoes, causing practically a total loss in badly infested soil. It attacks th" tubers, causing warty outgrowths, which may practically cover or con sume tlie potatoes. Its present known occurrence in tlie United States is con There Is Much Satisfaction in Produc ing Tomatoes of the Finest Quality. fined to gardens in a few mining vil lages in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Maryland, from which its spread is restricted by state quarantine laws. The disease attacks only the steins and roots of the tomato plant, causing small warts ; it probably does not re i^iee the yield of fruit. The importunée of tlie discovery of "he susceptibility of tomatoes to pota to wart lies in the tact that airecteu to mato plants will serve to carry the dis ease over from year to year In tlie ab sence of potatoes, and to introduce it j into new localities through the trans planting of tomato seedlings grown in Infested soil. It is not yet known defi nitely whether all varieties of tomatoes are susceptible to the wart disease, bu: it is feared that such may be the case. Other plants belonging to the potati family are suspected of being suscepti ble to wart, and some of these liavt been tested, but with inconclusive re suits. These tests will lie repeated. PREPARE BROOD COOP FOR HENS Illustration Shows Type Approved by Department of Agricul ture Poultry Experts. IT IS EA SY TS KE EP CLEAN Rats and Other Enemies Are Pre vented From Destroying Young Chicks—It Is Easily Stored as It Is Collapsible. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) All kinds of makeshift brood coops are used by poultry keepers, but lie who takes as much pride in the ap pearance of his chicken yards as he does in the appearance of the rest of the farmstead likes neat brood coops. The coop shown in the Illus tration is one of the types which has the approval of the United States De partment of Agriculture poultry office. It is easy to keep clean and is con venient for inspection, as the sides are hinged to the bottom and are kept in place by the ridge piece, which is separate from the rest of the build ing. It also lias the advantage of be ing easily stored when not wanted as it is collapsible. To anyone at all handy with tools, it should present no difficulties. The base of the triangle which forms the bottom of the coop is two feet wide and two feet deep. It can he made easily from dry-goods boxes or other available material. Screen Front of Coop. If it is desired to make it stationary it may be made so very easily by sim ply nailing fast the top, back, and slats in front and placing it on a re movable bottom. A wire-screen door (one-inch mesli or smaller) of some sort should be provided to place over the front at night. This will prevent rats and other enemies from entering the coop and killing the chickens, and "A" Shaped Brood Coop for Hen and Chicks. will also keep the little chicks con fined early in the morning, when the grass is wet. I'ut a hook or clasp on the door to hold it firmly in place. The mother hen should be confined to the brood coop until the chicks are weaned. This gives the little chicks a better start in life and prevents loss from storms and hawks. Clean Brood Coop Weekly. Clean the brood coop at least once a week, and keep it free from mites. If mites are found in the coop, it should be thoroughly cleaned and sprayed with kerosene oil or crude petroleum. Spread from one to two inches of sand or dry dirt or a thin j layer of straw or fine hay on the floor of the coop for a covering and move j brood coops weekly to fresh ground, 1 preferably where there is new grass. I Shade is very essential in rearing chickens, especially' during warm weather; therefore, place ttie coops in the shade whenever possible. A corn field makes tine range for young chick ens. as they catch many hugs and worms, and have fresli ground to run on most of tlie time because of the cultivation of the- ground, and lia\e abundant shade at the same time. INCREASING YIELD OF COWS Foreign Competition Can Be Elimi nated by Better Breeding, Right Feed and Care. Better breeding, the right kind and amount of feed and good care are tlie only ways tlie production of our dairy cows can he increased. When this is (lone, foreign countries flooding our markets with their butter will have to look elsewhere for customers. Number of Eggs to Set. Fifteen eggs are enough for any hen to cover, and during very cold weath er or with very small hens, better re sults will often be secured if no more than 11 or 13 eggs are allowed to each one. The Barn. The dairy barn with a lot of ex pensive fixtures is not absolute neces «ary. Wc re Showing Some Corking Good Values In Men's made-to-measure clothes. It costs noth ing to look them over. The usual time tor filling a suit order is 13 days, but why wait when the bargains are ready ? Order now and you'll have your suit for the big Fourth of July Celebration at Kendrick Have it made to measure from the All-wool line. Stanton Bros. 16o Acres for Sale 75 incultivation and balance timber and pasture; good family orchard, 6 room house and good barn ; close to school and church. $2500 down balance at 7 per cent. G. F. WALKER Real Estate and Insurance, Kendrick, Idaho Our Ice Cream is Made from Pure Fresh Cream We Strive to Please The most comfortable place in town Perryman's Which Costs More? To Have Hail Insurance and Not Need it or To Need Hail Insurance and Not Have it? 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