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We need money to pay our bills and we need it now, and to get it PRICES ARE SLAUGHTERED GOME FOR MILES. We refund railroad tares up to 50 miles on purchases over $25.00. Just show us > our return ticket. On the Highest Quality Merchandise. - Everything goes at this big price massacre Stupenduous saving all over the store. We will not attempt to tell you the prices now, hut come in and you will not be disappointed. • In trying to help in this reconstruction period we have extended credit to our friends. To those friends we ask you to kindly make a special effort at this time to pay your bills so that we may both keep our credit good. Thank you. BE THERE EARLY WHILE SELECTIONS ARE GOOD Kendrick Store Company GLEANINGS Ed Metzget of Grandview, Wash., arrived Thursday to visit friends on Potlatch n'dge. Mrs. L. K. Dahlgren of Texas ridge returned name from Clark ston where she visited at the J. D. Carman home. Mr. and Mrs. Car man at e I he proud parents of a 13 pound son. Sam Bigham writes from Seattle that John Roberts is visiting there, also Mr. and Mrs. Normyle and Dr. Ed Watts. Mr. Higham expects to be on the move for the next year or two. P. S. Dunkle returned tc. Lewiston Thursday afternoon after visiting his son, A. V. Dunkle. , Mr. Snyder of Culdesac arrived this week to visit his son, Ray. of $250 per ton. Chief Skookum Wal-I-Hee, the venerable chief of the Klickitat Indians predicts a long, hard win ter, basing his opinion on observa tions of animals and birds, which, he declares, are preparing for severe and long sustained cold weather. A dance will be given at the Fra ternal Temple in Kendrick Thanks giving night, November 24. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Johnson and family of Clarkston spent Sunday at the E. P. Atchison home. According to a report from the state auditor's office it costs practic ally a milion dollars a montn to run the State of Idaho. About five sixths of this expense is for high ways and education. Jf Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheets of Clarkston, Wash., visited at the Ü. E. MaePnerson home Sunday. Roy L. Black, attorney general for Idaho, states that in spite of the rul ing of the United States treasury department allowing beer and light wines to be sold in this country, Idaho will remain tetotaHy dry. Tne only states affected by the treasury department's order are those which had no prohibition laws before the enactment of the Vol stead bill and have not since passed any. Will Pembertorv spent the first of the week in Kendrick visiting his mother. Prunes raised in the Walla Walla section this year brought growers $50 per ton. The fruit was retailed to consumers in the east on a basis Mr. LeQuime of Lewiston was in Kendrick Tuesday. He stated that as soon as the Continental Oil Co. could get a clear title to its lots here, work woifld be started to in stall the oil station. He thuught it would be but a snort time until the court would pass on the title and tins being the case the station would be in operation sometime this win ter. The big oil tanks have been at Lewiston for nearly a year ready to be installed here. A dance will be held at Leland Friday, the night after Thanks giving. It will be a masquerade dance and a Lewiston orchestra will furnish the music. Harry Fowler, C. G. Compton, A. Onstott and Frank Ellis returned last Saturday from their hunting trip below Big Island. The sup position is that they came home empty handed as they had no tro phies of any kind to indicate that thev had killed any game. They report a fine.time even it they did n't get anytmng. _ „ „ . „ - ^ " en Callison and Ernest Roberts returned from a hunting trip in the Three Bear country. They have a different story to tell from that of the average deer hunter* this fail, as Ben killed a big buck. He got the deer the second day out. He was sitting on a log resting, just before dusk. When he saw the deer it was walking toward him, with its nose on the ground. Just as the deer looked up, Ben tired, and shot him through the head. Ben says it is the largest, fattest deer he has ever killed. According to an announcement sent out bv Dean Iddinga of the de- j partment of agriculture of the Uni- i versity of Idaho, the Union Pacific ' railroad cumpany will give 36 scnolarships to students who are j ambitious to attend the state uni versity. One scholarship will be 8 ' vei ? /,° r TT each county^ tnrough which the Union Pacific line passes. The scholarships are valued Ht $75. The student will also get free trans portation to attend school, over any of the company's lines. and Mrs. S. D. Sturman of Mr near ness . . .ar Deary were transacting busi -■ss in Kendrick Monday. ! *Joe Fruchtl of Lenore was in town Monday and while here purchased : *" tl f vro,ec car tro1 ?' Adam and 8 a Maxwtdl" 0 * ^ aS 3 < ' hevrolet and a Maxwell. The old floor in the post office is being replaced by a cement floor, i Considerable filling had to be done; to make a foundation for the ce- , raent - _____ ( j K lhe tirst snow °" Mrs. F. E. Erickson visited triends in Lewiston the first of the week. this fall appeared the high points of the ridges tributary to Kendrick, Tuesday morning. It lasted but a short time, but is a good indication of what we have to expect later on. Federal court was in session at Moscow this week. The list of cases was smaller than usual. J. A. McGhie, who traded his meat and grocery business to C. L. Guy. last summer for the Guy Hotel, recently purchased a meat market at Rosslyn, Wash. He is now in charge of the business at that place. Mrs. H. P. Hull was called to Moscow, Tuesady, on account of the srious illness of her brother, Mr. Glover. The Ladies Aid of the Presby terian church held a silver tea at the home of Mrs. M. B. McConnell Wednesday afternoon. The Kend rick teachers - were guests of the Ladies Aid. Mrs. M. A. French of Spokane, who until recently conducted the French Shop in Kendrick, ar rived Tuesday afternoon to look after business matters here. L. E. Pearson was in Troy and Moscow Wednesday on business. Mrs. F. B. Smith came over from Peck Wednesday morning to visit friends here. ^fMr. and Mrs. É. A. Ueobald, Brian Deobald, E. E. Bechtol and Miss Nettie Mae Jacobus drove to Spok ane the first of the week for a brief j visit in the city, i . .. „ ' , Catherine Jean and Herman °f Moscow visited at the j Knepper home Sunday, Otto Eichner of American ridge was taken to a Moscow hospital yesterday morning, suffering with a slight attack of pneumonia. Crescent News Mrs. Jennings, Mrs, Long and Mrs. Winegaraner were. Cedar ridge school visitors last Friday. Rayme Hunt is in Kenduck this week, taking csre of Mr. Holt. vVe were very much grieved to hear of the death of our dear friend and neighbor, Mrs. Darby. Our dee P. est sympathy is extended to the ^ ami *y in their sorrow. The County superintendent. Miss Skattaboe. paid a visit to the Cedar ridge and Crescent scnools while on the ridge Monday and Tuesday. Crescent senool opened this week with Miss Adeline Hupp as teacher. We are very glad to have the young lady in our midst. The teacher and pupils of Cedar ridge school extend a cordial in vitation to the public, to attend the Thanksgiving program and Pie Social to be given at the school house Wednesday evening, Novem ber 23, at 8:00 p. m. Come. THE FITTING OF GLASSES A SCIENCE Do vou want a doctor who is a graduate from a school uf opto metry, who has had years of experi ence, and who is a licensed physician to examine your eyes? Us not eyesight too precious to trust to mexperieneedpractitioners, those' traveling over the country, having no reliaule, established nr well equipped office, which you may visit or communicate with at any time? We offer you all of tins, and more. We have the largest and best equip ped Optical and Treatment offices in Spokane, occupying the entire front of the sixth floor of the Exchange National Bank building. Two treat ment rooms, two refracting rooms, optical laboratory, and large com fortable waiting room. Three ex perienced, registered specialists and a nurse at your service. Dr. À. E. Jones, President and only authorized representative of the Jones' Optical Co. will be in your city in about four weeks. Buy direct and save money. JONES' OPTICAL COMPANY 6th floor Exchange Nat. Bank Bldg. Spokane, Wash. 46-lt Wandering Gems. I have observed that butterflies— very broad-winged and magnificent butterflies—frequently come on boiird of the salt-ship, where I am at work. What have these bright strangers to do on Long wharf, where there are no flowers nor any green thing—noth, Inc hut brick storehouses, stone piers, black ships, and the hustle of toil some men, who neither look up to the blue sky, nor take note of these wandering gems of the airT—Haw thorne. Notice Believing it to be the best thing for my customers as well as mvself, the Kendrick Harness Shop is going on a cash basis until the first of March 1922, as I wish to clean up my books. Kendrick Harness Shop, by N. E. Walker. 40-it Practical Wants ♦ for your THANKSGIVING DINNER Roasters Community Plate Aluminum Percolators Pyrex Pie Plates F armers Hardware Company Chamberlain's Tablets Have Done Her a World of Good "Chambf riîin's Tablets have done me a world of good," writes Mrs Ella L. Button, Kirkville, N. Y. "I have recomended them'to a num ber of my friends and all who have used them praise them highly.'" When troubled with indigestion or constipation, give them a trial and realize for yourself what an excel lent medicine it is.—Adv. Order cut flowers at McDowell's Confectionery. Agents for Still ings & Embry, Lewiston. 42-4t Good Health If you would enjoy good health, keep your bowels regular. No one can reasonably hope to feel well, when constipated. When needed, take Chamberlain's Tablets. Tney are mild and gentle.—Adv.