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GLEANINGS Mrs. Gus Birchmaier ot Texas ridge returned, Saturday, from a visit with relatives in Moscow. Mr. and Mrs. Haaberg and little daughter went to Clarkston, Satur day, to spend the week end with relatives. ' The Circle Card Club met at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Long Tuesday evening. The evening was devoted to "500". Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hull went to Spokane Tuesday, where they expect to make an extended visit with relatives. M. 1L Mcf'pnnell was in Lewiston over the week end transacting busi ness. Dave Gentry is building a modern bungalow on tiis little lanch near Kendrick. The trame work is be ing put up this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lutz and children went to Lewiston last Fri day to attend the Shrine Sircus. Dan Guy arrived Monday from Grangeville. He sold out his in terest in the store there. After visiting his parents here for a lew days he expects to leave for the Mc Kenzie River country in Canada to try his luck in the oil fields. A friend of his from Grangeville will accompany him. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Monroe ar rived Tuesday afternoon to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wagner. They arrived recently from *he Fh 1 11 1 pi ne Islands where they have been doing missionery work for the past three years. Mrs. Monroe is Mr. Wagner's cousin. .V* < Walter Thomas was a visitor over the week end. Lewiston Joe Gardner was sworn in as town marshal, Monday He and Mr. Housley have both been on the job this week. After the hrst of April j Joe will be the big cnief. I Prof. Daniel was a Moscow visit or Tuesday afternoon. j 1 I S. A. Sutton of Cavendish re turned Tuesday from a visit at. Spokane and Lewiston. He also visited his daughter, Mrs. Miller at Asotin for a short time. .! Mrs. George Davidson went to Troy, Saturday, to visit relatives. All of the Juliaetta teachers were j re-elected at a recent meeting of the board, with the exception of j Miss Brown, who resigned, as she | expects to quit teaching. The general belief in this section is that the fall sown wheat has come through the winter in fine shape. A number of farmers who bave dug through the snow to investigate, say that the wheat has a good color and seems thrifty. There is. a large acreage of winter wheat in the Pot latch country. Mrs. R. M. Walker, mother of Floyd and Norris Walker, and Mrs. ; A. B. Walker, their aunt, arrived Monday from Peck tor a visit here. Mrs. R. M. Walker's home is in Peck. Mrs. A. 13. Walker lives at New Castle, Wyoming. She stoped off here on hpr way home from Seattle, where she visited her son. • Dr. A. Otteraaen was called to Boise the hrst of the week on ac count of the illness of his brother. I He expects to return and resume his practice next week. E. R. Porter writes from Waits burg, Wash., concerning the wrest ling match to be held here tonight, as follows: "1 see the notice of a wrestling match between Miller and McTurnahan and certainly would like tu see the match. Me Tarnahan is one ot the cleanest sportsmen in the game and has wrestled a number ot mutches in this section. Everybody likes to see him wrestle." Mrs. R. O. Davis of l.ewiston sent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Erickson. Rufus May was a Lewiston visitor Tuesday ot this week. The dining room of the Hotel Kenurick will be closed until fur ther notice, after the Hrst of April. Billy Meyer returned. Thursday, from his homestead in the Three Bear country. He has opened his blacksmith shop and expects to be here permanently from now on. Frank will spend a greater part of the summer on the homestead. He has a job building a oig Darn for a neighboring rancher. George Leith and William Rogers' are building a partnership garage on the hill near the school house for the storage of their cats. An examination will be held at Moscow, May 13, io Hil the posi-1 tion ot rural carrier on route No. 1, out of Kendt ick. The 1. O. Ü. F\ Lodge will confer the initiatory and second degree at their regular meeting Saturday evening. The baseball dance to be held at the Temple tonight will be in full swing until April 1. \ ; : i I George Riggin went to Lewiston, Thursday, where he has a contract of plastering a bungalow. .V* Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hlackburn arrvied, Wednesday, from Portland to visit Mr. Blackburn's parents and other relatives in this locality. < Krank Benscoter was a Lewiston visitor Thursday afternoon. County Agent Fletcher was here the first of the week distributing poison supplies to the community leaders in this district. Hecht Bros, are completing a new barn on their place on the upper end of Hear ridge. Little Miss Marjorie Newton has a new sister, born at a Moscow hospital Tuesday evening. She said she believed she would rather have a sister than a brother because boys are so naughty. Dr. Veon, local dentist, has rent ed the Ira Gentry residence near the scnool house, fie is having a num ber of improvements made in the property. The electrically operated pump at Long's is giving excel lent service. It is used to supply water for the ice machine. It pumps the water from a well into a tank and the water is then piped to the ice ma chine. The main difficulty encount ered in installing the pump was to "speed it down" slow enough so that it wouldn't take too large a pipe to carry off the overflow. A float device was put in the tank so that if for any reason the pump stops, the city water will be turned on automatically. Unless the ice ma chine is supplied with plenty of cold water it will get red hot. to ors, 15, and Spring Road Work Some preliminary road work is being carried on both north and south of Kendrick. Rock work on j P° in t north of the McCrea place I is being done and Axel Swanson is putting in the fill that he started for j last fall. 1 Below town on the Powell I crew of men are working. hill a They will P u * >» a road bed not to exceed five per cent to take the place of the old grade that has been a barrier between Kendrick and Juliaetta. Bowers, Aiken and Bolon are do j ing the work on this P ,ece ot road ' The highway commissioners are j definitely planning on grading and | surfaeing with crushed rock> the _...... * ... , „ k ; I ! j j j 1 stretch of road from the Bear Creek bridge to the bridge at the mouth ot Wandcher gulch. This is the most needed road work in the entire district as it has for many years been in the worst condition of any strip of road in the district. in V Cameron News Rev. Rein returned from Lewis ton, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Blum, Gus Blum and Mr. Oiday, visited at the \ Carl Lehman hume, Sunday. V'Miss Bertha Hartung tiiJk dinner with Miss Minnie Blum, Sunday. A' Rev. George FTnke of Southwick passed through Cameron on ms way to Juli?etta. Rev. and Mrs. Rein and sons, and ; Martha Abitz took supper with the Carl Hartung family. Miss Woller was the dinner guest : of Mr. and Mrs. George Ehlers, Sunday. We are glad to report that Ray mond Rodgers is able to be up again. The Penland boys of Juliaetta have started to paper the church i this week. I F'OR SALE: Kitchen range, water coil and pipe. Inquire the French Shop, Kendrick 13-4t ney; you; Y ü /U.VtvTAAA Baseball Dance Tonight Auspices American Legion Ftaternal Temple, Kendrick Everybody Comr, have a good time FOR GREATER CROP YIELD Just received, one car of Gypsum. One car of Swift & Go's high grade fertilizer. Write for instructions to apply for crop food. Lawn, Garden and Field. Mark Means Co., Seed Groweis and Distribut ors, Lewiston, Idaho. 9-4t SILVER I ACED WYANDOTTES Hatching eggs for sale. $1.00. per setting ot 15. $6.00 per 100. Mrs. John Schwarz, Cameron, Idaho. 9-8p FOR SALE: 2 sets heavy butt chain harness and 2 light sets har ness. Ernest Miller, Phene 5915, Kendrick. 6-tt WHITE WÏANDOTIE hatching; eggs for sale. $1.00 per setting of 15, $6,00 per 100. Chas. Hoffman, Leland, Idaho. 11-tf EGGS FOR HATCHING F'rom 2 and 3 year old Single Comb White Leghorns. Selected and mated by Pren Moore, poultry specialist of the Univeristy or Idaho, Cockerals from the A. J. Hanson farm, Corvallis, Oregon. Single setting $1.25, 3 settings $3.50, 5 settings $5.00, 100 Eggs $6.00. J. C Hamil, Phone 3425, Juliaetta, Idaho. 9-tf FOR SALE. A pure blood Polard-China boar, farrowed in September, weight 110 pounds, well formed, can be regis tered ....................$20.00 A pure blood I'oland-China sow. registered, a pet, weight 300. .$35.00 A high grad« Poland-China boar, weight about 130 pounds. . . .$13.00 A shoat, weight about 110 pounds. for ......................$10.00 A % -blood Poland-China and Chester White gilt, bred, about 150 pounds ...................$15.00 wm. F. McClelland. Southwick. Idaho. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aa they ca.mot reach the seat ot the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine is taken internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. It is com posed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi cine Is what produces such wonderful results In catarrhal conditions Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo, O. All Druggists. 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. New Chamber of Commerce Building v»i.. ff 11 1 f ym Here is a chalk mode! «i the new American (.'hinüber of Commerce building lo he erected in Washington. I>. ('., a! a cost estimated at $750,000. The Imlld ln}; will he the headquarters of the various chambers of commerce in all cities of the nation and was designed by (.'ass (filbert. TM brown MAKE Is a Mark of Quality You will find it on the 100 per cent leather shoes which we sell at very reasonable prices for women, men. girls and boys. Our Dress Shoes For Men At $4.50 $5.00 and $6.50 Are exceptional values (All Goodyear Welts) 5 Percent Discount for Cash We handle Kendrick bread exclusively—it's a home product. Stanton Bros. Here You Are, Men! Edmond's Foot Fitter Shoes. Three styles, English, medium and army last, also oxford of the same fam ous make. Regular price $7.50, special at $6.95 Men's dress shirts, values to $3.50, sizes 14Vs> to 16%, sale price Men's extra fine khaki pants worth $2.50, special sale price Men's heavy weight suspenders .... $1.35 $1.85 .55 Curtain Materials White or cream marquisette witl Blue Bird design - - - - 40c White marquisette with a pretty dotted design, very nice quality, 70c Other designs from 30c and up' Ginghams Select your ginghams now while the line is complete. They are selling rapid ly. Price from 25c and up. F'resh Garden Seeds from Inland Seed Co., Northrup-King & Co. and D. M. Ferry & Co. Buy Kendrick Bread, a Home Product. We handle It exclusively at this store. / Kendrick Store Company The Quality Store Oil Your Harness Have your harness oiled before spring work starts. Kendrick Harness Shop N. E. Walker, Prop. No. 8 Report of the condition of^the Kendrick State Bank at Kendrick in the State of Idaho, at the close of business . March 10, 1922 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts______________________ 128.884.97 Overdrafts______________________________ NONE Stocks, Bonds and Warrants_______________ 50,869.10 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures_____ 6,800.00 Other Real Estate________________________ 1,850.00 Cash on hand____________________________$ 7,557.13 Due from banks__________________________ 54,423.53 Checks and Drafts on other banks__________ 75.00 Other Cash Items__________________________ 87.84 Total----------------------$250.547.57 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in_____________________ 15,000.00 Surplus--------------------------------- 10,000.00 Undivided Profits, less expenses, interest and taxes paid______ 474.13 Individual deposits subject to check......... 127,499.49 Savings Deposits------------------- L ..." 43!36<L05 Time Certificates of Deposit_________ 53,520.96 Total Deposits_______________ 224,380.50 Cashier's Checks________________________ 692.94 Total-------------- $250,547.57 STATE of IDAHO. COUNTY of LATAH, ss. I, E. W. Lutz. Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. W. LUTZ. Cashier. Correct—Attest : Martin V. Thomas ( K. D. Ingle ( Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of March 1922. I certify that I arn NOT an Officer or Director of this Bank.— G. F. Walker, Notary Public.