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BINDERS V y <r. ■ with real merit. Ask the man who owns one. >S REPAIRS When you need them. Our stock is complete. A Man with good judgement always buys machinery where he can get repairs with the least possible delay. When he does not do this he hampers his farming opera tions and in many cases places his harvest in jeopardy. Kendrich Hardware Company "Exceptional Service" Overland Cars Sams® na Tracks Always Glad to Demonstrate to Prospective Customers U. S. L. Batteries Give Service Reasonable in Price Our Repair Department Is always ready to serve you. Every job we do carries with it our guarantee. All kinds of re pair work and overhauling. Kendrick Garage Co. Deobald Bros. Props. A Splendid Medicine for the Stomach and Liver. "Chamberlain's Tablets for the stomach and liver are splendid. 1 never tire of telliqg my friends and neighbors of their qualities," write Mrs. William Vollmer, Eastwood, N. Y. When bilious, constipated or trouble with indigestion, give them a trial. They will do you good.—AD. Have Improved the World. Every heart that has beat strong and cheerfully has left a hopeful Impulse behind It In the world and bettered the tradition of mankind.—Stevenson. J. J. PICKERD Licensed Embalmer and Undertaker Auto Equipment. Lady attend ant. Stock of goods in Ken drick. Phone 462K, or 376 Troy, or see G. F. WALKER Local Ads FOR SALE: 3 stacks of clover hay, 1 mile form Cameron. Inquire Her man Meyers, Cameron. 32-2t • House for Rent. Three rooms, opposite stehool houae. Inquire Mrs Heck, Kendrick. 32-tf FOR SALE: 4 big bone Poland China hogs, males. Subject to regis tey. Price right. Inquire Gus Birchmier, Texas ridge. 28-tf. WAGON FOR SALE: High wheel, light wagon for sale cheap. In quire G. G. Blackburn. 27-tf. There are many reasons why you should have your printing done at the Gazette office. 26-tf For Sale: Used Maxwell car at a very reasonable price. Inquire at Gazette office. 33-tf FOR SALE: Six room modern house with furnace, on large lut, on paved street in best section of Mos cow; $3,000 with $500 cash and pay ments ot $50 amonth. Inquire C. H. Patten, Moscow. 33-tf Lewiston-Clarkston Fair With special attention given to the educational and development features, the management of the Lewiston Clarkston tri-State Fair, Stock Show and Round-Up has not, been unmind ful in the matter of securing the best there is for the entertainment and the amusement of the patrons who visit the coming exposition, Septem ber 12-16. The fair management will have not less than six counties |competing for the liberal cash premiums offered for these exhibits and the $2,000 of fered for live stock will encourage the bleeders of the surrounding counties to take their show animals to the Lewiston exposition to compete for this money. There is an advance in the premiums being not loo large as the big breeder from the far-away country is practically eliminated and the money will go to encourage the breeding of better livestock at home. The Boy's and Girl's clubs of north Idaho are being featured and $600 has been set aside to pay the premi ums in their department. In a re cent report made by H. A. Stone, state club leader of north Idaho, he states that not less than. 100 boys and girls will have exhibits at the Lewiston fair this year. The entertainment and amusement features will include a racing pro gram in which the best horses on the northwest circuit will take part this year. There will be Roman standing races, chariot races, relay races, Indian War Bonnet races. Squaw races and races by the cowboys, who will furnish thrilling sfunts with in the arena. The cowboy features will be offered by the best performers in the west to day. The fair management has been writing these contracts for the past several weeks and now can announce with asurance that the cowboys and cowgirls who have won the champ ionships at Cheyenne, Bozeman and Pendleton and who will be the star performers at l'endleton this year, will be seen daily in the arena before the grandstand at the Lewiston fair. Then there will be clowns and the general fun makers for the little folks so that on the whole the Lewiston management is offering a well filled and a well balanced program for the entertainment of its patrons. 'y Cameron News There will be no church services held here until September 3, as Rev. Rem left Monday for Detroit, Mich., to attend the Ohio Lutheran Synode convention. Mrs. Rein and two children, Edward and b'obby, accompanied him as tar as St. Paul, Minn., to visit Mrs. Rein's parents. ^Frank LaBole arrived from Can ada last Sunday, to visit his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartung. nFred Mielke, A. H. Blum, Louis Ofdag and Mr. DeWintur, motored to LewistoD, Tuesday, in Mr. Mielke's car, to attend the Republi can county convention. Rev. Rein and lanniy were dinner guests of Can L. Wegner, Sunday. Lola Hedge returned to her home in Moscow, last Monday, after spending several month's with Mrs. Rein. Mrs. Tietz and son, Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Damerie returend tu Wardner, last Thursday, after visit ing relatives here. lu'Mrs. Flomer and sons, Carl and Arthur, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flomer of Genesee were Cameron visitors last Sunday. X Gus Blum drove out to Genesee, Tuesday, to work with the Flomer Bros, machine. > SELL POULTRY TO CONSUMER Specialists Believe It to Be Most Prof itable Method of Disposing of Best Fowls. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) There are three general ways of selling poultry—direct to the con sumer, direct to the retailer, or to commission merchants for selling on the open market. Selling direct to the consumer is believed by poultry spe cialists of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture to be the most profitable method of disposing of high grade goods, for the charges of the middlemen are eliminated. Very often the producer is situated so that he can build up a retail trade among the families of a neighboring town or city, delivering his goods once or twice a week, or oftener If desired. In this way he can obtain a substantial in crease over prices paid in the open market. Especially is this true in the case of strictly fresli eggs. Often it is possible to find customers in a town or city within reasonable hauling dis tance, taking eggs and poultry to them at regular intervals. Hotels, restau rants and clubs are good customers which can be supplied in this way by contract. Often there are grocery and provi sion dealers catering to a select trade to whom the producer can sell régulai supplies of eggs and poultry. Of course, the simplest way to sell prod uce Is through the commission mer chant. It does away with expense 4 4 . * Plucked and Ready for Consumer. and trouble of private trades, but the returns usually are not so large, ex cept when dealing with certain com mission houses that have built up a fine trade along certain lines. The De partment of Agriculture has several bulletins covering the subject of mar keting poultry. Farmers' Bulletin 830, Shipping Eggs by Parcel Post, may be had free upon application to the di vision of publications ; Farmers' Bul letin 528, Hints to Poultry Raisers, 5 cents; Department Bulletin 561, Feed Cost of Egg Production, price 10 cents, may be ordered of the superintendent of documents, government printing of fice, Washington. DAIRY FACTS QUALITY OF MARKET BUTTER Department of Agriculture Offer* Commission Man Court of Last Resort. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) In £he past buttermakers have often been In the dark as to the real quality of the butter they put upon the mar ket, and frequently they feel that they have not been fairly treated by com mission men and others In the mar kets. But the creamery man is not without friends, for the United States Department of Agriculture offers him Stirring and Takinj Temperature of Cream. an inspection service that stands al most as a court of Inst resort. Any person who wants this service may have it by applying for It. The gov ernment Inspectors examine butter In cars, in storage, or In stores, and the certificates they issue stand In court, but they seldom get that far, as they are almost universally accepted. At the National Dairy show, which was held In St. Paul, Minn., October 8 to 15, butter Inspectors showed how they do their work, and exhibits that have been prepared by the depart ment showed the great advantage that comes from marketing butter of a higli grade. On the face of It butter that scores 88 would not seem to be much inferior to that which scores 92, but it was shown that the spread of price be tween those two grades is very large, far greater than the difference In cost of manufacture. As Poor Richard might have said : "A little better but ter makes a much bigger bank bal ance." MAKE BETTER SWISS CHEESE Method Developed by Department of Agriculture Has Passed Into Commercial Stage. The method of making Swiss cheese with purified and controlled bacterial cultures, developed by the dairy di vision of the United States Depart ment of Agriculture, has now passed definitely Into the commercial stage. This new process wns worked out In the dairy laboratories, given thorough trials in the experimental cheese fac tory operated by the dairy division at Grove City. Pn.. and is now being used by a number of commercial factories in various parts of the country. The results obtained by two Ohio factories indicate that It will be worth while for those Interested In the manufacture of Swiss cheese to adopt the method and give it a fair trial. For the cheese made in June of tills year one of these factories received a straight price of 34 '/» cents a pound ; the other factory, 30 cents. At the same time other fac tories in this area received from 20 to 22 cents. Oniv onp of them suc 1 M TAKING bread in a Bedouin tent on the deserts of Arabia is quite a different proposi tion from baking bread in our modern establishment—a difference the people of this community appreciate. Our Bread has that delicious flavor that gives it a place distinctively its own in homes where "good eating" is appreciated. The same thing is true of our pies, cakes, doughnuts and all other forms of pastry. Quality and cleanliness are the twin mottoes of this bakery at all times. Ask for one of our big family size loaves "Electric Maid*' Pearson's Electric Bakery The Most Famous Chef could not put up more appetizing lunches than you will find right here at our lunch room. We cater to particular people. Anything— Hot or Cold at Perryman's eroded In selling for as high as 25 cents. For the July product, one of the factories received 30 cents for fancies and No. 1 and 27 cents for No. 2. The old-system factories received the same price as for June cheese. The principal reason the buyers were willing to pay this margin over the general run of chepse made In the locality was that the percentage of high-grade cheese had been greatly Increased. ASCERTAIN RECORD OF BULL When Making Purchase Insist Upon Knowing Yearly Milk Production of Its Dam. When buying a bull insist upon knowing the yearly milk production of his dam and the average per cent of butterfat. A seven-day record is of little value in determining the actual dairy worth of a cow, for by good handling it is possible to greatly In crease her percentage of butterfat. TO AVOID POULTRY DISEASES Health of Fowls Depends Almost Entirely Upon Clean Quarters and Right Feed. Many people who raise poultry spend money for remedies for ail ments in their flock which they could prevent If they would realize that the health of poultry depends almost en tirely upon clean quarters and proper feeding. Few poultry diseases are caused by anything but lnck of precaution. A leaky roof causes damp litter. Lack of litter under roosts causes a damp and foui house under a good roof. Cracks In the floor or sides mean drafts. Lack of clean scratch Utter means lack of exercise and reduced vigor. Lack of balanced rations means a tendency towards digestive troubles. No grit helps to keep feed from be ing properly digested. Too tight quar ters cause them to become damp, foul-smelling and unhealthful. Lack of ventilation causes poultry to lose In vitality. Colds are caused by dusty houses and exposure to moisture and cold. H. D. Force, the Oi^ Paint Artist, will be at the Kendrick Furniture Store, August 21 and 22, where he will have his line of oil paintings on display and will demunstrate his rapid-lire method of oii paint ing. 33-lt 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.