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Advertising can be made to be profitable to the farmer as well as to the merchant. y. The meanest woman in the world / hid her husband's wooden leg so he couldn't go to lodge. r Miss Mable McKeever, who is at tending summer school at the Lewis ton Normal, spent the week end here with her folks. Mrs. Cavanaugh of Orofino arriv ed the first of the week to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Leu Kaaberg. Dr. and Mrs. William Weniger and son, George Edward arrived Wednesday evening from Corvallis, Oregon, to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Knepper. Thev drove from Corvallis in their car and report good roads all the way except from Lewiston to Kendrick. Dr. Weniger is head of the depart ment of physics of Oregon Agricul tural College. This is his first trip thru North Idaho and he is most favorably impressed with the splen did farming country here. Mrs. Weniger is a twin sister of ye editor. Dr. J. T. Moser came up irom Lewiston, Tuesday, to look alter business interests. The Moser fam ily are planning to leave soon for the Lochsa country, above Lowell, where they will spend several weeks camping. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Newton were called to Spokane Tuesday morning on acconut of the serious illness of Mrs. Newton's father, who under went an operation there the first of the week. Troy defeated Juliaetta at Troy last Sunday by a score of 16 to 15. Waldo Thompson of Lewiston arrived on the afternoon train Mon day to visit O. E. MacPherson. Mrs. R. F. Bigham went to Mos cow, Tuesday, on business. Mrs. Gregory Eaves ol Lewiston arrived last Saturday to visit her sister. Mrs. Frank Bovd. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Shumaker of Pullman drove over in their Ford coupe to spend Sunday at the home of Mr. and, Mrs. Joday Long. J. H. Cosgrove ot Seattle was in Kendrick a short time Monday. He is a printer and worked on the Gazette a short time before the big fire, when Dan McIntosh owned the paper. There will be band practice to night (Friday) at the city hall. All members of the band are request ed to be present. C. L. Guy returned, Monday Irom a business trip to Grangeville. Kendrick lost another game of baseball last Sunday at Bo v i 11 by a score of 15 to 9. Costly errors in the latter part of the game were responsible for the defeat. Frank Chamberlain shipped in a carload of ice yesterday to supply the local trade. .Miss Blanche Canfield of Lewis ton arrived Wednesday to visit at the home of Mrs. H. H. Stevens. Rev. J. P. MacPherson of Spokane arrived last Saturday to spend the wee« end with his brother, 0. E. MacPherson. From here he went to Dayton and Walla Walla where he had dates to preach. Jeff Buckles of Fir Bluff was transacting business here Wednes day. Rev. Howard W. Mort is at Asotin attending the Methodist camp meet ing. He expects to return today and will remain here until, after the Fourth when he and Mrs. Mort expect to spend the remainder of next week at Asotin. Mrs. Bertha Schultz of Reardan* Wash., arrived Tuesday evening to visit her daughter, Mrs. F. B. Smith. She will remain here until after the Fourth. There will be a dance held in the American Legion pavillion here tomorrow night, (Saturday), from 9 to 12 o'clock. At an informal meeting of the town hoard last Tuesday evening, it was decided to install two 75wait lights in the park. The lights will be used every night during the sum mer months, as people are making use of the park and find it a very pleasant place to spend the evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Deeter were in Lewiston Tuesday on business. Two [public drinking fountains have been installed in Kendrick this week by Marshal Housley One of them is at the drug store corner and the other at the post office cor ner. They fill a long-felt want and will be found to be a desirable im provement for the town. The ladies aid of the Methodist church entertanied the Presbyterian Ladies aid at a reception Tuesday evening at Epworth Hall. It was a most enjoyable occasion and was largely attended. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. left * last Rev. Robert M. Hood Monday on the night train for Fres-i cott. Wash., where he will visit short time with relatives and from there go to Rawlins, Wyoming with his family where they will make their home. 'The Presbyterian church is now closed for the sum mer, although there will be Sunday School every Sunday. It is planned to again open the church for regular services about the first of October. X "A colored man at the brick plant called on Jeweler Johnson with an Ingersoll watch," reports the Buff alo Blade, "that was supposed to have a luminous dial, asked: 'Boss, man, the luminosity of dis here dial has expired; kin ah get it re charged?' " Band Going Good Band prospects were never bright ejr for Kendrick. At & meeting held last Monday night à constitution and by-laws were adopted and the preliminary work started to make the band a permanent organization Everything seems favorable for a strong organization and indications are that in the very near future the band will number between twenty five and thirty pieces, most of this number being experienced music ians. Mr. Thomas, leader of the band, says that with the addition of two more clarinet players the town will have a well-balanced band that can handle some good music within a period of six months. The members of the band are en thusiastic over the outlook and are already practicing consistently. The cornet section is particularly strong with the addition of Leo Grau of Potlatch ridge and Dan Jones of Bear ridge, they are both splendid musicians. The band may need some financial assistance from the business men of the town a little later on, which they will undoubtedly get. Band practice will be held tonight and the first public appearacne of the band will be on July 4th. The boys have kindly consented to furnish several musical numbers for the occasion. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the many friends for their kindness and sym pathy during our bereavement, and for the many beautiful floral offer ings. Hugh Stanton and family. Mr and Mrs. J. C. Bibb and family. / r V to / X South wick News Adam Rose, who has been work ing in Canada, returned to his home in South wick to stay for a short time after which he will return to Canada accompanied by his wife and children. Mrs. James Smith returned home Saturday from Lewiston, where she has been for the last two weeks. Dr. Baker and family have just been turned loose from quarantine for sr.tallpox, Mrs. Verle Gregory, who is visiting there, being the victim of the dreaded disease. Quite a group of Southwick people attended the conference in Juliaetta, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Baker spent the day with James Smith and families, Sunday. Mabel Havward has been on the sick list for the last few days. Grandma Thornton and Mrs. Holmes are visiting in Lewiston at the present writing. ( Dr. Alley and wife of Lewiston were visitors in Southwick Sunday. Miss Ida Sanders and Frankie Carrie were united in marriage at the home of the bridegroom's par ents, June 19. We all join in wish ing them a long and happy married life. Mr. Hoff from Clarkston Southwick visitor Tuesday. was a Cameron News Mr. and Mrs. Fred Uttke and sons Fred and Eddie, of Spokane, were visiting at the Ferdinand Uttke home Saturday and Sunday. Y August Brammer went to Gifford, Monday, where he is doing some painting. *<A farewell party was given for Rev. Finke, Sunday, as he moved to his home east of Southwick, lues day. Herman and Otto Silffow, Fred Newman and August Brammer went fishing at Elk Creek last week, | 3n( j reported the fishing fine. a; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson and son, George, and Miss Dora Hilton,' motored to Nezperee, Sunday. Charley LeMarinel of Spokane was visiting at Blum's, Saturday. Xmt. and Mrs. Carl Lohman and children motored to Lewiston on business. X Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Wegner and Mrs. Fred Silffow, Jr., motored to Lewiston, Wednesday. Leland Items Rev. J. H. Dills gave his illus trated Missionary lecture on "Africa", Wednesday evening in the church. Mrs. A. H. Smith came home Sat urday, after spending two weeks in the hospital and says "home is the best place yet." / Arthur Locke went to Moscow r Sunday and brought Mrs. Locke and the new baby girl home. V Agents and peddlers ate more numerous than June bugs around Leland. / Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hoffman drove to Lewiston, Saturday. Miss Edyth Locke and Mr. Chand ler spent Sunday in Kendrick and attended church. /- Miss Edith Winegardner, who has been visiting in Spokane and other points for the past month, returned home, Tuesday. Miss Cathryn Hund is assisting Mrs. Jesse Hoffman with her many household duties this week. Mrs. Hogrefe was given a kitchen shower Saturday afternoon at tne Hogrefes lost kitchen in the laid up for a with a severe 1. 0. 0. F. ball, everything in' their fire. J. McVicker was few days last week case of tonsilitis. Dr. Stoneburner, A. H. Smith and Joe Thornton returned Tuesday from a week's fishing trip. X Lizzie Hund is assisting Mrs. Woodward with her work this week E. Harrison has purchased a big Reo truck and disposed ot his Mit chel car. The Ralph Oylear family visited Mr. Buckles at Fir Bluff , Sunday. R. J. Smith is improving his property by having a concrete walk made from the street to his house. Rev. Lyzenga, a young student from Colorada, but for the summer is doing church work at Grange v i I le, visited the DeWinters and Goudzward families this week and preached twice in the Methodist church. ( Two Best-Educated Countries. Scotland and Switzerland nwik as the best educated countries in the world. a to Exporters To Get Aid. New York.—A committee appointed by prominent exporters has approved a plan for. liquidating American mer chandise piled up at Lattn-American ports because of a credit situation un favorable to countries south of the equator. This plan calls for creation of a corporation in which owners of unclaimed or rejected merchandise, de ferred drafts or other foreign credits would be represented. This organiza tion would take over the unclaimed merchandise and seek to effect deliv ery to original consignees or other wise dispose of it. Sims Again in Harness. Newport, H. I.—Rear-Admiral Sims has returned to his desk at the naval war college, of which he is president. The matter of his speech in London and the public reprimand from Secre tary Denby as a result is closed, he said. Beware ot the bug-a-boo sewing machine peddler, he will get you sure it you give him half a chance and will "soak" you anywhere from $85.00 to $100.00 for a sewing ma chine that your local dealer will ue gald to sell you at $50 to 60; and further, the machines most of these "peddlers" have around and sell tor tabulous sums are a make tnat an honest dealer would not handle. A good way to do is to "sit down" on these peddlers good and hard if you don't they will "sting" you sure. Sure, Bechtol can put you wise to their game. 26-lt. For Sale: 2 good milk cows, 6 years old, grade Shorthorns and will have calves about June 25, each $60; 1 Shorthorn heifer, age 3 years, reg istered, $60; 2 brood sows, each $25; 3 1-4 inch wagon $25; grain rack $25; 14 inch gang plow $30; McCormack hinder 430; registered roan Shorthorn bull, age 4 years, and gentle $125: registered Poland China boar, big bone type, 2 years old, large and gen tle. good breeder $50 Wm. F. McClel land, Southwick, Idaho. 25-2t. Ask for Pearson's Best Bread. 19-11. Pearson's Graham Bread is good try it. 19-lt. Come And Help Celebrate The Glorious Fourth Every preparation is being made to give you a good time. Clothing Men's suits of real worth, not bought for special sales. Prices cut to the bone. Get yours now. Ladies' and children's white shoes, pumps and oxfords at reduced prices. Summer Underwear for Men Men's summer underwear, athletic style $1.25 suit. Fine Bolbriggan in either long or short sleeves $ 1.25. Dress Shirts Men's dress shirts, priced from $1.50 to $6.00. these are shirts of real class. Ladies' Summer Underwear In all the styles necessary for your hot weather comfort. Very low price. Ladies hose ranging in price from 15c and up. Fancy hair bow ribbon 49c. Pretty white voile waists, prices from $1.25 ând up. SPECIAL 2 Yi lb. can Peanut butter 45c 1 lb. can Peanut butter 20c. Snow Flake Soda Crackers 35c. Kendrick Store Company It you desire to spend à pleasant day with your neighbors and friends Come to Kendrick. July 4th and help us celebrate our natal day. We invite everyone to make our store their check stand for all parcels, robes etc. that you wish taken care of on that day. Please feel perfectly fiee to accept this offer. THESE HOT DAYS Make one think of oil stoves for the kitchen. Those quick meal oil stoves we sell are preferred by many because of their extreme simplicity,' beauty of finish and small consumption of oil tor the amount of heat generated. All Kinds of Canning Helps Canning racks, jar lifters, Conservo steam cookers, jar wrenches, paring knives granite preserving kettles, aluminum preserving kettles. Everything for canning. Electrical Goods Electric lamps, electric grills and ovens, electric sad irons, 3 to 6 pounds. Elec tric fans cost very little to operate—fine for the sick room and just as nice for well folks. Don't overlook the repair parts for your harvesting machines. Get them early and save Money, Time and Worry Lastly, don't miss the Fourth of July parade, the most wonderful pageant ever witnessed in the valley of the Potlatch. Yours for Service The Kendrick Hardware Co.