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Your Fourth Outfit Get in on the BIG REDUCTIONS in the Shoe, Dry Goods and Furnishings Departments Next! Harvest Supplies Cut clown your Expense by taking advantage of our low prices. De Winter (Q. Goudzward Iceland tWIfcThWlp. \ 0 m 0 0 MON /On DID You Get A FREE Tube? The Kendrick Hardware Co. is giving a Ton Tested Tube with each Vacuum Cup Casing pur chased during the period closing JUNE 30th. This is an exceptional offer on meritorious merchandise. Kendrich Hardware Company "Exceptional Service** Barber Shop Courteous Treatment Satisfaction Guaranteed William Rogers Dr. William T. Seeley Physician and Surgeon Leland, - - Idaho N. R. Shepherd The Auctioneer TROY, IDAHO. CREAMERY TAKES SAFE MILK Vermont Association Accepts Product Only From Herds That Have Been Tested. Increasing interest in the tuberculin testing of cattle is evident from re ports received by the United States Department of Agriculture from many parts of the country. This tendency applies not only to milk used directly, but to manufactured dairy products. A co-operative creamery association at Barre, Vt., accepts milk and cream only from herds that have been tuber culin tested under federal and state supervision. The products of the association's dairy plant are butter, cheese, ice cream, milk and cream, the products being sold both wholesale and re tail. Specialists in the bureau of animal industry regard the increasing interest in tuberculosis eradication as an important development in the dairy manufacturing industry. Warm Quarters for Cows. Cows in winter should have access to warm quarters during stormy weather although they require exer cise and should not he stabled all the time. Warm water is a great help in keeping the animals in good winter condition. Cow Needs Vacation. After a season of steady, high pressure work, the dairy cow needs a six or eight week's vacation—not at the shore or iu the mountains, but out In the quiet of the hack pasture. GOOD FEED BEFORE ROOSTING About One-Third of Total Amount Fowl* Will Clean Up in Day I* Just About Right. Chickens need a good feed before going to roost at night, and if fed about one-third of the total amount they will clean np in a day, In the early morning, and the remainder in the afternoon, the proportion will be about right. The mash can be fed in a large hopper which is kept constant ly before them, care being taken to see that it is so placed that it does not become dirty and that the chick ens do not scratch -into or tn It. Y Cameron News About 75 people ot the Cameron congregation gathered at Cedar Creek, Sunday, for an all-day out ing. The morning was spent in playing horEe, shoe, baseball and ex ploring the surrounding country by the young folks. At noon a delic ious lunch was served. In the afternoon Ed Wegner and family of Bear Kidge drove over in the truck and thanks to the Wegner orchestra, the afternoon passed quickly, and all enjoyed the beauti ful music. After supper the •bunch gathered at Mrs. Kern's and the orchetsra played again. Miss Loloa Hedge of Everett, Wash., is visiting Mrs. Rein, until the university starts for the fall term. George Larson returned from the mines at Mullan, Idaho, Friday. Âç'-Frednck Mielke left for Wash ington, D. C., Saturday to procure a residence, while his wife and children remained until he has found a place. V Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lohman and fàmily. motored to Genesee, Sunday morning, returning Monday after noon. .VMrs. Bilkieof Minnesota is visit ing her uncle, Mr. bred Mielke. )/Herman Silflow, went to Lewiston last week. Herman Silflcw had the misfor tune to lose one of his colts this week. John Emtman returned to Kies ling, Wash., after visiting his brother for a month. His daughter, Emma, will remain for another week. Rev. Rein returned from confer ence at Salem. Oregon. His broth er, Adolph and family of Castle Rock, accompanied him. Gertrude and Gustav Stahl of Tacoma, Wash., are visiting rela tives in Cameron. X Lact Thursday evening a surprise party was given on Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Mielke. The young folks spent the evening playing games and the older folks enjoyed "500". At 11:30 ice cream and cake were served. A good time was reported by all present. Mrs. Schmidt and children of Spokane are visiting Mrs. Schmidt's father and sisters. Texas Ridge '^Albert Pierce has decided to be come a Dearyite. He has purchased the Ted Gloum grocery store. j^Mrs. Leslie Mallorv of Deary was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Laßolle. Owen Hammond and friends of Clarkston spent Monday night on the ridge. y Mrs. Roy McKay and children of Moscow are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McGraw. VFIorence Anderson of Deary is spending a few days at the Chris Beyer home. Mrs. James Miller and son, Leon ard, were at Bovill, Tuesday, to have Leonard'« tonsils removed. Dr. Gibson performed the operation. V Mrs. Harry Stanton and children of Kendrick are spending a few days on the ridge. Quite a number from the ridge were shopping in Deary. Tuesday, and also attending the meeting of the Farmer's Elevator Co. Miss Marie Bower of Avon is as sisting Mrs. Nestor Olson with her housework during the strawberry season. t. _ Mesdames Ogden and Babcock were callers at the John Adams heme iuesday afternoon. "THE U. P TRAIL" "The U. P. Trail," at the New Kendrick Theater, tonight and Sat urday, is adapted from the well known book of the same name by Zane Grey, this splendid, virile story of pioneer days of adventure along the Union Pacific railroad, where men from all over the world came to try their luck at gold-gett ing and gold-making, has lent itself reniai kably well to the screen. There are many laughs as well as tears in the play, happiness as well as sadness, and the greatest happi ness in the end. On a noble theme it builds in color, dramatic incid ent, and red-blooded action a power ful and appealing photoplay that will live torever in one's memory. There are many reasons why you should have your printing done at the Gazette office. 26-tf Proper Way to Display Flag. When the American flag Is bung as a banner the union, or field of stars, should be In the upper left hand cor ner. When hung with stripes per pendicular the union should be in the right-hand corner. When hung from a rope stretched from building to building across the street, on streets running north and south,' the union should fly to the east, on streets run ning east and west, the union should fly to the north. When hung from a rone stretched from the house to a tree In the yard the union should fly toward the street. mx COW-TESTING ASSOCIATIONS Small Group of Michigan Farmers First Entered Upon Experiment Considered Doubtful. tPf-per.d by thy IJnltrd States Department of Agriculture.) Fifteen years ago a small group of fanners in Michigan entered upon what many of them probably consid ered a very doubtful experiment. It was the organization of an association for testing their cows, in respect to how much feed they ate and how much milk they gave ; an association such as the farmers of Denmark had orlglnat ■ - m Cow-Testing Associations Have Proved Big Success. ed about ten years before, and which i various other European countries had 1 copied. The experiment, as studied by the United States Department of Agricul ture, proved a success, however, and now the number of such associations has grown from 1 to 452. It Is notable thnt some states which took up the idea at an early date have stuck to the movement and organized more and more associations, while others con tinue with only a few. Most states increase the number of their cow-test ing associations as time goes on and the Department of Agriculture is fos tering the work. The lack of testers during the war caused a setback to the movement, but recovery from this has taken place, and the number of associations in the country is now much larger than it was before the war. SEEK VACCINE FOR CHICKENS Field and Laboratory Tests Are Being Conducted at the Kansas Agri 1 cultural College. Experiments involving many field and laboratory tests are being con ducted at the Kansas State Agricultur al college to determine the efficacy of cv\ L rr Don't Neglect Your Floors It's fun to paint or varnish them yourself—easy too F LOORS that have a good fin ish do not get scarred and worn, the finish takes the wear. Well finished floors always look better, too. If your floors need refinishing and you can't get a painter to do the work, refinish them yourself. You can do it easily—"it's really fun." Our "Home Service Paint De E ailment" was organized just to elp women refinish things about the home. Write for free advice, telling us what you want to re finish and how you want it to look. Our experts will explain every step of the work and recommend the right materials, brushes, etc. There are special Fuller Paints, Varnishes, Enamels, Wall Finishes and Stains for you to use. They are the best products of their kind that we know and we have been making such prod ucts for 73 years. Take advantage of Fuller's Free Advice and Fuller's Prod ucts in beautifying your home. The results will surprise you. The work will fascinate you. Fifteen-for-Floors Fifteen for-Floors Varnish. This varnish . ia unexcelled for beauty of finish, durabil ity and ease of application. Rolling furniture, boiling «rater, heel marks, everyday wear and tear have bo affect on this glossy, elastic and durable finish. We also make Decora! Var nish Stains, All-purpose Var nishes, Rubber-Cement Floor Paint, Washable Wall Finish, Silkenwhite Enamel, Fullerwear Varnish, Floor Wax, Auto Enamel, Fuller's Hot Water Wall Finish (kalsomine). Porch and Step Paint, sad PIONEER WHITE LEAD. o *5MB Fuller's V t Man cation "Home Service'Päints • - lnam.il - Stain« Manufactured by W. P. Fuller & Co., Dept. 41, San Francisco Branches ia 19 Cities in the West SAVE THE MEMO BELOW CUT IT OUT AND PASTE IT IN TOUR NOTE BOOK Fuller s "Home Service" Pslots sre «old by the following iu your city. / U/iQ Farmers Hardware Company a vaccine tor fowls to prevent chol cra, typhoid and roup. It has been de termined that cholera and roup are caused by the same organism. In field lests a vaccine produced at the college by Prof. F. It. Ilandette has given some very satisfactory results and this Is now being tested out in the laboratory. If these tests are suc cessful more field work will be done by college experts. No vaccine Is be ing given out at this time because the chemists are not in' a position yet to guarantee it. PRODUCING EGGS IN WINTER Palatable Mash Can Be Made From Mixture of Bran, Meat Scraps, Oats and Meal. A palatable mash which should pro duce winter eggs in a well-bred flock of fowls kept In light, roomy and sanitary quarters, can be made as fol lows : One hundred pounds of bran, 100 pounds of gluten meal, 100 pounds of meat scrap, 150 pounds of crushed oats and 150 pounds of commenl. Two ounces of tills mash, with one and one half ounces of cracked corn, and one half ounce of whole oats should be fed to each hen dnlly. DETERMINING SEX OF DUCKS Hen Always Quacks in Coarse Voice, While Drake Will Emit Sibilant Sound. Not every one knows how to tell the sex of ducks, hut It is easy. The hen duck always quacks in a coarse voice ; the drake never quacks, but emits a sibilant sound, described by one woman as being "like an old man with brownkeeters." It has a "quack" sound, but. is lilgh-pitched and not so loud as the raucous quacking of the hen ducks. j i 1 Ice Water Is Expensive. Feed cun never get cheap enough to make it profitable to give the cows ice water to drink. GOODYEAR TIRES Come in and see the new 30 by 3 % Goodyear Cord Reduced to $16.25 No Tax This is a first quality Goodyear cord with All Weather tread. KENDRICK AUTO GO. Roberts Bros.