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/. Mrs. W. M. McCrea who has been visiting her parents and other rela tives at Everett, Wash., for the past two months, returned home Monday. Manager Stanton has scheduled a game to be played between the Kendrick Kids and the Troy Juniors at the Troy Fair next week. teachers institute will be held at Lewiston the first week in Nov ember. V Raymond Keisei of Spokane is spending a couple of weeks with his mother, Mrs. A. C. Deeter. Mrs. J. F. Imbler returned to Spokane Tuesday alter visiting sev eral days here with her husband. J. F. Papineau auctioneer of Mos cow, spent Tuesday night in Kend rick. He cried the Mulkey sale at Crescent, Tuesday. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met in the basement ot the church Wed nesday afternoon. This is the first meeting of the year. F. W. Atkeson until recently em ployed as field man and secretary treasurer of the Southwest Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association, is the new head of the department of dairy husbandry in the University of Idaho college of agriculture. He succeeds Prof. H. P. Davis, who resigned some weeks ago to accept a similar position in the University of Nebraska. Louis Otnis of Moscow arrived the first of the week to transact business in this territory. E. P. Atchison returned Wednes day morning from a business trip to Lewiston. Claud Stanton ot Bremmerton, Wash., arrived last Saturday to visit his mother and brothers here. He has had a three week's outing in the woods in the vicinity of Elk River. From here he will return to Bremmerton where he has a position in the shipyards. x Jack Heacox, proprietor of the Juliaetta confectionery, was trans acting business in Kendrick Tues day morning. Wm. Meyers and son, Frank, pur chased a big team from the Potlatch Lumber Co. the first of the week. They will use the horses on their homestead in the Three Bear country, where they expect to break out con siderable land this fall and winter and will also do some logging. '^•'E. E. McDowell and son went to Moscow Wednesday morning to con sult an eye specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Joday Long went to Pullman Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Shumaker. Wm. T. Belideau of Lewiston is working at the Farmers Bank in the absence of Lester Crocker. Mrs. Belideau accompanied him here. They will probably be here a month or more. Claud Stanton transacted business in Orofino Wednesady of this week. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Long spent Sunday on Bear ridge the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ingle. f Pete Stump is advertising a public ' autction sale at his place near South wick. The date of the sale is Thurs day, Sept. 29. He has a good list of stuff for sale. If you get a sample copy of the Gazette this week, remember that you can have it coming every week by sending in $1.50. X Rester Dammarell and Cecil Cham berlain went to Moscow Monday to begin their school work at the Uni versity of Idaho. Herman Wilson of the Washburn & Wilson Seed Co., was in Kendrick last Saturday on business. There are eight candidates after the Moscow postmasters!.ip and only one of them can get the job. ' Waiter Thomas returned last Sat urday from a visit with friends at Everett, Wash. i Wade Keen left the first of the week for the tall timber in the up per regions of the Clearwater country. He may bring home an elk. Manford Nutt of Juliaetta was transacting business in Kendrick Monday. He ran a local ad in the Gazette a short time ago, to sell his tomatoes and melons. He said | he got splendid results and had calls | from nearly every section of the ' Potlatch country. Every fall he j advertises his garden produce, and i sells it. Delbert Higgle went to Lewitson tne first of the week to pack fruit for While Bros & Crum. Noria Callison was in Moscow lats Saturday on business. His sister, "Babe" is attending the Ursuline academy this fall. In a letter from Prof D. R. White, who for two years was principal of the Kendrick schools, he states that the enrollment in his school at Wallowa, Oregon, is the largest in._ years and that he was looking for ward to a hanner year. Prof. White is a good school man and his two years work here wasjvery suc cessful. Mrs. Jennie Keller of Juliaetta left last weke for Porthill, Idaho, where her daughter, Gladys, is teaching school. She expects to spend the winter there. Henry George, a Nez Perce Indian, was buried at Kamiah, Idaho last week under the auspices of the American Legion. He was the first Indian killed in the American army in France. Fifty potato growers of Yakima Valley recently in session at Top penish reached the conclusion that the Valley crop will average well in No. 1 grade this season. The! average quotations for No. 1 grade j potatoes is $25.00 per ton. Another case of infanti le paralysis developed in Moscow recently. This is the second case reported. X Art Wegner of Cameron went to Pullman, Tuesday, to enter college. He will take the pharmacy course. The continued story, "Webster, Man's Man", starts in this issue of the Gazette. Mrs. McCallister and two daugh ters were Moscow visitors Wednes day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. B, Lewis arrived last Saturday from Coeur d' Alene to visit their dughter, Mrs. S. P. Callison, and tlner many friends here. Mr. Lewis says that his son, Guy, has been very ill tor several months and that only recently has he been able to be at his place of business for any length of time. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Grmolds and Ted, of Lewiston spent the week end in Kendrick with home folks. -'Mi soli, At the meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Idaho at St. Maries, last week, A. V. Dunkle was ap pointed junior steward and also de puty grand lecturer. R. F. Pepple of Juliaetta was appointed tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Compton and children of Peck spent Sunday in Kendrick with relatives. XMrs. Sam Bighm of Americaan ridge returned from jLewiston Sat urday where she attended the fair. C. S. Carroll of Deary was trans acting business in Kendrick last Saturday. Mr. Carroll was at one time proprietor of the Kendrick Auto Co. X^Agnes Cox ot American ridge en rolled at the University of Idaho the first uf the week. James DeFord was transacting business in Moscow. Wednesday. FEEDING CATTLE IN SUMMER Animals Have Seldom Been Marked Da^n When Marketed Because There Is a Surplus. The Increase of chores In summer wlIJ operate against a great Increase of cattle feeding daring the season of field work, for the uveruge farmer does not cure to feed cattle night and morning in summer when tired out with the long day's work on the land. Hut If one cures to Investigate, he will dllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllli-IIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIlllTTTrillllJf I H Wear-Ever 1-quart Aluminum Stew Pan For ONLY 38c. On or befo e Oct. 8 II i date " SEE th* difference— FEEL the difference— KNOW the difference— between ordinary alumi num and "Wear-Ever" This Special Offer is made so you can see for yourself that aluminum utensils are NOT all the same. "Wear-Ever" utensils are made from hard, thick, cold-rolled sheet aluminum — metal which again and again has been passed through gigantic rolling mills and subjected to the pressure of huge stamping machines. Get your Stew Pan today! = WEAfKVEft Kendrick Hardware Co. 1 "Your* for Service" 70 * 0 »-*!», r = i • 3 naiiiiiliillltllllllllllllllllllllllMlllliililMlItlllimilllllllllllllllllliiiiiiiiiinitiiiiiiiiinir INU IRAK MAS* = Hni! that summer-red cattle seldom have to be marked down when mar keted because there Is a surplus of stuff In the terminal markets. The Ideal ration Is made up of rich, tender grass and grain,' The feeding period is shortened and the gain per hundred pounds of grain is enhanced us compared with dry-lot feeding in winter. Counting all the factors in the game, the risk In summer feeding for market Is far less than in winter. MINERAL MIXTURE FOR HOGS Charcoal or Slack Coal, Wood Ashes, Air-Slaked Lime and Copperas Are of Importance. Keep a mineral mixture of charcoal or slack coal one bushel, wood ashes one bushel, air-slaked lime four pounds, salt four pounds, copperas one and one-fourth pounds, before your hogs at all times. The copperas Is dissolved in a quart of water and poured over the ottier Ingredients aft er they are mixed. This mixture helps to keep down worms and makes the hogs have a better appetite. Celebrating Derby N.ght. On Derby night the waiters in one of the fashionable restuurants In Lon don are dressed as jockeys and the head waiter us a bookmaker. Local Ads The price of Martin's Best flour, in the Kendrick Rcchdale Com pany's ad in this issue, is an error. The price is considerably less than quoted in the ad. 38-lt Specials for Saturday Cookies, 2 dozen for 25c; fresh rye bread. Electric Bakery & Cafe. 38-lt WANTED: 3 dozen pullets, Mrs. W. W. Reid, Reute 2, Kendrick, Idaho. 38-lt Prunes for sale for 1 cent a pound in the orchard. Mrs. Sarah Jacobus, American ridge. 38-lt FOR SALE: 2 sows weight about 250 lbs, one has 6 pigs and one has 8 pigs about a week old. Sell or trade one for fat hogs to kill. 38-tf FOR SALE: Maxwell car, bargain it taken at once. Inquire Gazette office. 8-3tf FOR SALE: combination baby buggy and go-cart, with top. Cheap. Inquire Gazette office. 38-tf. FOR RENT, Brick house, across the street from Commercial Hotel. Mrs. Minnie McDowhell. 36-lt. FOR SALE CHEAP it taken at once: Lsrge 6 -room house, 2 big brick cellars, large barn and other outbuildings; good lawn, city water and 2 good bricked wells; over 20 U everbearing strawberry plants; 8 cords of 16 inch wood in woodshed. Located at east end of Bear Creek bridge. H. M. Hill, owner. 36-3t New Goods Arriving The quality is so much better than during the war that it is a real pleasure to sell them. MEN'S CLOTHING )MAYER BROTHERS, Young men's suits with snap and pep in every line. Dandy wool suits arrived today, price from $ 27.50 and up. CORSETS More new corsets in today of the famous Worcester make. Quality and fit are guaranteed. Prices range from $ 1.00 to $6.00 fefp About Blankets This is blanket headquarters. We think we know blanket values. Every blanket bought arid sold on the basis of full value for every dollar you spend. How is this? Big fluffy wool finished blanket 6(5x80 $ 3.25 Pears and tomatoes for canning. Real Durum Wheat Macaroni 3 pounds 25c Crystal White Soap Chips, 3 large packages $ 1.00 Men's Wool Pants Men! Men! Here you are. The real Simon pure Virgin wool pants, you can laugh at the storms if you wear a pair ot 'em. Have all sizes now. Price $9.50. Other wool pants from $3.50 to $7.35. New collars both soft and starched. Men's heavy canvas gloves knit wrist, extra special price, 3 pairs 25c. Red Flannel and Velour Red flannel is what you want to make your new red middy blouse, we have a splendid quality all wool 28 inches at $1.35. Red velour 58 inches wide will make that new sport jacket. $3.50. Ladies' Gowns Outing flannel gowns. Never before has our line of flannel gowns been so com plete, from the largest size to the smallest. These are made from the very best flannel ranging in price from $ 1.00 to $ 3.25 "Never step over a dollar to pick up a dime" Kendrick Store Co. FOR SALE: Big Tpye Durocs, big bone. Unrelated male and female spring pigs. Here's a chance to get your herd started. A. N. Rogn stad. 37-2t TOR SALE: Wood heating stove, ordinary large, good as new. Bar gain at $12.00. S. A. Bechtol. 37-2p FOR SALE: .22 caliber Savage Rifle, repeater; a bargain. Inquire Gazette office. 37-ft MR, FARMER! The sale season ii now on. Who are you going to have to erv that sale? I have been on the block here in Latah county for 20 years. A salesman can make or lose you hun dreds of dollars. I urgently solicit that sale. First, because 1 claim to know values. Second, I am capable of getting the money. Last, but not least, in ail of my 20 years experience in this county 1 have never called an un successful sale. For dates call 295, Troy, or Kendrick Gazette office. All phone calls at my expense. N. R. Shepherd, Troy, Idaho. It you have anything around the ranch that you don't need, try a "for sale" ad in the Gazette, and get rid of it. 37-tf Lett You Forget Let us remind you that Chamber lain's Tablets not only cause a gentle movement of the bowels but improve the appetite and strentghen the digestion.—Adv. Be Sure andWorkThe Horse THE GENUINE BSSGALUURE Guaranteed to cure a saddle or a collar gall while the horse is worked. Also for any kind of a wound or sore on horses or cattle. •mould be in every STABLE. And while you work the horse be sure he js well fitted with WALKER'S HAND MADE HAR NESS. Also one of those good collars for only $ 7.50 Kendrick Harness Shop N. E. Walker, Prop. N. R. Shepherd The Auctioneer TROY. IDAHO.