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4th of July Don't Forget the Boys on the Hill— . Cavendish Will Welcome You. Low Cut Footwear for Ladies Pretty patent leather, two-strap pumps. Great values at $ 5.00 Ladies' white canvas pumps and Oxfords. We are showing a very keen white Oxford trimmed in black, at $375 NECK WEAR—A new lot just in time for the Fourth. New effects in knitted scarfs, both light and dark colors. See the new radio bow tie, selling at 50c Wear Beau Brummel Shirts these hot coatless days. Well made and many very neat patterns from which to make your selections. Priced $ | .50 to $4.50 Straw Hats Dress straws in the latest models at $2.50 and $2.75 Ml N. B. Long & Sons "The Home of Good Things to Eat and Wear" Term Gasoline Is Modern. The geological survey says that there were some materials like our present gasoline used as far back as the Second century, but the name gasoline whs coined within the last twenty or thirty years. M The Same Objects Seen From Three Different Points of View— the Past, the Present, the Future— Often Exhibits Three Different Faces to Us" Drug Stores come and go with the years. Some survive while others perish. There is no standing still in the world of business activities—one must go forward or backward. We have always endeavored to be progressive in our methods, 'to represent the highest iddals in pharmacy. Whether you observed us yesterday, observe us today, or will observe us tomorrow, we hope that in one respect the same impression is gained—that you A Progressive Pharmacy During the balance of 19*22 we hope to supply Your Drug Store Needs Phone Main *242 Red Cross Pharmacy ICE CREAM PURITY The Cream that has the delicious flavor. We like to serve it to our customers. Anything- Hot or Cold at Perryman's Life's Diseases. One of the common diseases of adult life is old age, another is middle age. These are not limited to adult life. Youth, actually. Is not a function of time, but a physical state.—Eugene Lyman Fisk. FARM POULTRY NO DEFINITE RULE FOR FEED When Hens Are Laying Heavily They Should Consume Much Larger Amount of Mash. Feed according to the appetite of the birds ; no definite rule can be given. Feed scantily of grain in the morning and give all the grain they will eat in tlie afternoon in time to find it before dark. Thebe should be no grain in the litter at y noon ; when found, it indi cates feeuing too much in the morn ing. In general, feed by weight two-thirds part of grain to two parts of mash. When the birds are laying heavily they should consume u larger amount of mash. A green range of alfalfa, clover, or grass furnishes the ideal condition. When these are not available it is nec essury to give the birds some kind of succulent food. Mangel beets, cab bage, sprouted oats or green clover are usually considered the best green feeds. If these are not obtainable, ap ples and potatoes make a valuable addition to the ration. Feed at noon in such amounts as the birds will clean up before night. Hard, sharp grit is necessary for grinding feed ; oyster shell to supply lime for egg shells. Neither will re place the other. EMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Cameron, Idaho. Rev. E. A. Rein, Pastor. Confirmation services, Sunday 10:00 a. m. (Herman and English). Sunday school - - 9:30 a.m. English services - 7:30 p. m. Choir rehearsal, Tnursday 7:30 p. m. METHODIST CHURCH. C. A. Pickering, Minister. Preaching services will be held both morning and evening in Kend rick, July 2nd. Junior League will begin prompt ly at 7 o'clock and* be dismissed at 7:30. The senior League will begin at 7:30 and close at 8:00 o'clock. Whooping Cough This is a very dangerous disease, particularly to children under five years of age, but when no paregor ic, codeine or other opiate is given, is easily cured by giving Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. Most people believe that it must run its course, not knowing that the time is very much shortened, and that there is little danger from the disease when this remedy is given. It has been used in many epidemics of whoop cough, with pronounced success. It is safe and pleasant to take.— Adv. Kendrick Gazette Ralph B. Knepper, Publisher Entered as second-class matter 1892 at Kendrick, Idaho, under the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Subscription $1.50 a year. Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Only 12 signatures were secured on a contract for chautauqua for next year. As the minmium num ber was set at 50, in all probability there will be no ebautauua here in 1923. Kendrick has had chautau qua for the past live years or more and as there is somewhat of a same ness in the programs from one year to another, it was generally believ ed that there would be little lost in passing up chautauqua for next year. The program this year was considered .the best of any that have previously been given here. The fire danger incident to the use of matches and tobacco, writes Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, is usually given little consideration by the vast army of smokers. Sta tistics compiled by the National Board of Eire Underwriters show that the annual loss from fires caus ed by matches and burning tobacco in the United States reached the impressive total of more than $73, 000,U00 during the five-year period 1915 to 1919, inclusive. To this total must be added a considerable percentage of the un necesasry fire destruction in the for ests of our country, where each year tires destroy or damage sufficient timber to build homes tor the entire population of a city the size of Washington, New Orleans, Denver or San Francisco. Campers, hunters, fishermen and woeds workers should read this and resolve that their carelessness will not contribute to destructive forest fires.—Manutacturer. According to X.Y.Z. of Lewiston, we are due for a rain about July 2. If he can make good un his predic tion this neck of,the woods will be eternally grateful. A good rain during the first week in July would result in very fair crops in the Pot latch. A wise old wizard says that it is not so much messages from the dead that the world needs, but a few cheerful messages from its dead beats.'! , A Chicago "wet" told a prohi bition acquaintance he could show him 500 places "right here in the heart of Chciago where you can buy a drink as easily as you could in the old days." "Mavbe so," said his friend, "but in the old days there were 7,500 places in the heart of Chicago where you cuuld buv a drink." In a desert a small pond looks as large as a lake. begins to look very much as though the lowly bean would once more pull the Potlatch farmer out ot the sea of despondency. Shortly after the war when beans went down to almost the level of worth lessness, they were about the most unpopular commoditv in thfs sec tion. Now, with wheat crops, look ing considerably below normal, and bean crops looking never better, there is a fair prospect that the little white Navies will be king here next fall. A New Jersey boy fell head first into a post hole and lost his life by suffocation. Another New Jersey boy ran in between the walls ot a garage and the next building while playing wtih other children and be came wedged in so tightly that fire men had to cut a hole in the garage wall to release him. One unsolved wonder of the ages still continues to be, how so many boys live to be come men. American tarmers in March, last month tor which Uncle Sam has compiled complete figures, exported 22,668,000 bushels of corn compared to only 13,371,650 bushels in March, last year. That looks like big news. Here is the joker: Corn exports in creased 70 per cent in bushels, fcut total money paid for the corn in creased only 33 per cent. Win on one band, lose on the other. There seems to De a joker in nearly every thing. We talk about hard times and yet it is reported that during April the railroads hauled 30,200 cars of autos from factories, breaking all records for any one month. Since then the gain has been considerable and the auto trade is experiencing a busy summer. What would have happen ed this year if the times had been "good"? Quality Counts Most. It Is not half ns important how many cows you keep as what kind and bow. Feeding for Milk. Good feeding is necessary for milk production. The Scotch say ''ft Is by the head that the x'ow gives milk." Professional Cards DR. A. OTTERAAEN PHYSICIAN Phone 832 KENDRICK, IDAHO Dinner Sets 32 Piece Dinner set—First selection light weight semi-porcelain, decoration pink rose sprays and cheiry blossoms, green foliage, gold edges and striped handles—very pretty. Price per set ot 32 pieces $7.75 42 Piece Dinner Set, pure white semi-porce lain, highly glazed, 3-1<> inch gold band edges, new attractive shapes. Price per set of 4*2 pieces $9.35 Mixing Bowls Highly glazed inside and out. decorated with blue band and stripes, sizes 7 and 8 inches. Price each 50c and 60c Fruit Bowls Fine glazed white china, beautiful decoration, hand painted effect, each - - 90c Glass vases, decorated and plain. 40c and 65c Bluebird cups, saucers and plates. 0 each, per set ot 18 pieces ,.....$3.95 »STANTON BROS, "WHERE THE NEW THINGS ARE NEWEST" Consult Your Banker Before You Invest Steer clear of the investment pitfalls that now confront the man or woman who has surplus funds. Subject every proposition to the acid test—your banker's approval or disapproval of the securities offered. Big dividends and absolute safety seldom travel together. Our experience and advice^ are yours for the asking-without any obligation or expense to you. &/>e Kendrick State Bank Kendrick, Idaho DR. J. H. KELLY Physician and Surgeon Kendrick. Idaho a7h OVERÄM1TH Attorney-at-Law Urquhart' Building Third Street Moscow. Idaho. KENDRICK LODGE NO. 26. A. F. (EL A. M. Meets every second and last Thursday of the month E. W. Lutz, W. M. M. B. McConnell, Secretary. Why Suffer from Rheumatism? Do you know that nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any internal treat ment? The pain may be relieved by applying Chamberlain's Lini ment, which makes sleep and rest possible, and that certainly means a great deal to any one afflicted with rheumatism.—Adv.