On Grouse and Native Pheasants
Have you seen the new Remington Wet
Proof Shells? Our stock is the largest
shown for years.
10 to 15 Per Cent Reduction
In guns and ammunition this year. We have some
thing new in a shotgun. It may be just what you
have been looking for. May we show it to you
We will be glad to help you make plans for that
big hunt this tall.
KendricK Hardware Company
Al ways Glad to Demonstrate to
U. S. L. Batteries Give
Reasonable in Price
Our Repair Department
Is always ready to serve you.
Every job we do carries with it
our guarantee. All kinds ot re
pair work and overhauling.
Kendrick Garage Co.
Deobald Bros. Props.
FOR SALE: Six room modern
house with furnace, on large lot, 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
Cattle, hogs and sheep
Hides and Wool.
Holbrook & Emmett
Residence Phone 720
Kendrick Dray and Ice Cc.
Frank Chamberlain, Prop.
Wm. H. Meyer
Blacksmithing, Wagon Work
All Work Guaranteed
Dr. S. A. Roe
Practice Limited to Diseases of
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat
Office Over Beach's Store
The Key that Unloaks the Door to
The men of eighty-five and ninety
years of age are not the rotund,
well-fed, but thin, spare men, who
live on a slender diet. Be as care
ful as he will, however, a man past
middle age will occasionally eat too
much or of some article of food
not suited to his constitution, caus
ing indigestion or constipation and
will need a dose of Chamberlain's
Tablets to move his bowels and in
vigorate his stomach. When this
is done, there is no reason why the
average man should not live to a
ripe old age.—Ad.
Wagon and Carriage Shop
All work Guaranteed.
ALL Klf.DS OF
Repairing neatly done.
J. J. PICKERD
Auto Equipment. Lady attend
ant. Stock of goods in Ken
drick. Phone 462K, or 376
Troy, or see
G. F. WALKER
Taylor & Erickson, Props.
Soft Drinks and Candy
Cigars and Tobacco
Commercial Trade Solicited
The Ideal Purgative
As a purgative, Chamberlain's
Tablets are the exact thing requir
ed. Strong enough for tne most
robust, mild enough for children.
They cause an agreeable movement
of the bowels without any of that
terrible griping. They are easy
and pleasant to take and agreeable
Earlv fall planting of the follow
ing seeds, puts you one year ahead:
Alfalfa. Red Clover, Alsyke Clover,
Sweet Clover, Orchard Grass, Ken
tucky Blue Grass, English Blue
Grass, Meadow Fescue, Brome
Grass, Canadian Blue Grass, Vetch.
MARK MEANS CO.
Importers and Growres of Garden
and Field Seeds.
Lewiston, Idaho. 34-4t
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To het about h job js fine, jf you
oii't set too Ion*;
The roar? who has no will rarely
Inds a way.
Drivera who try to beat trains are
jumping at conclusions.
Absence of street cars doesn't
7iake the heart grow fonder.
Woman's place today is m the
'iome. So is man's tonight.
The man with a loud hat usually
ialks through it.
No man reaches the end of Ins
•opt until it burns his nose.
a sen answ«
I» much wraPi
doesn t turn aw:.;
a hard look.
The only argrmerr? some people
sten to air their own.
A. Kiicressful in; r n?"\ •* ru?'S
hiiigs, he nevtr wl.kb iLol.
Jazz omi">c will not A«.op uni*'
x>iltr makiiiig pays bet. er.
Marry in haste and lose half the
x Mrs. Will Zimmerman returned
Saturday evening from a two weeks'
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Fox,
at Usk, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wilson
moved to Long Meadow, Friday,
where they will spend the winter.
VAnna and George Smith went to
Spokane, Thursday, where George
will attend school during the com
ing year and Miss Anna will teach
at Jeffery, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Pressnei spent Sun-'
day at the Lou Alexander home.
AMrs. McAllister visited at the
Foster home Saturday evening, re
turning to Kendrick Sunday. She
was accompanied by Guy and Frank
Foster who will attend the Kend
rick high school this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Garner re
turned Sunday evening from Spok
ane, where they attended the Fair.
XMr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris ef
Southwick spent Sunday afternoon
at the Smith home.
Grandma Keeler spent Sunday
and Monday at the Frank Lyons
and A. W. Longfellow homes.
,XMr. and Mrs. Lou Alexander and
Mr. and Mrs. Addie Alexander are
attending the Fair in Lewiston this
Mrs. Gilchrist spent Iuesday with
Miss Carrie Allen.
Bud Harris has finished the shop
he was building at the time his
house burned and is again living
on the place.
Mrs. Elmer Keeler is visiting
relatives in Lewiston.
Jim Garner started his thrashing
machine again. Tuesday, on the Fry
place. He will thrash tor Mr.
Whistler and Ed Fonburg, which
will finish the grain tbrasnmg on
the ridge for this year.
Ï Stacking Deans is the fad this
Ben Low, representing the Gran
ite and Marble Works of Lewiston,
was a caller at the Keeler home,
Rev. McKee, tne Sunday school
field secretary who will be here Sun
day. will have charge of the morn
ing service and also the alternoon.
Dinner will be served at noon on
the parsonage lawn. Everyone is
invited to be present and all the
Leland people to bring lunch for
themselves a|id some for their
Mrs. Julia Fieshman is enjoying
a visit with her sister. Miss Lotsi
peach, who arrived from Kansas
Rev. and Mrs. Adkins and Mrs.
George Daugherty of Juiiaetta, and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Daugherty
ot American ridge were callers at
the parsonage Sunday.
Mrs. Leonard Davis is in Spokane
at a sanitarium taking treatment.
We nope to soon see her home much
improved in health.
Mrs. Dean went home Friday
evening taking Mr. and Mrs. Mush
letz with her to spend the week end.
James Winegardner has purchased
an irrigated tract near Lewiston
and his parents expect to move on
it this tall. They have been at Le
land tor many years and will be
greatly missed, both in church and
community, and will leave many
warm friends who wish them well
wherever they go.
Quite a number from here are at
tending the fair at Lewiston this
The Vester Whitinger family
have moved into town to be near
school tor the winter.
HENERY, THE. LEAVES ARE EALUNfo FROM
THAI UTILE TREE IN OUR FRONT
YARD. HADN'T YOU BETTER RAKE THEM
UP AND CARRY
THEM BACK. ON U
THE ASH HEAP?)
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T^r : r
WHY,WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE YOU
r-p---TO DO /
I ï <3r2fei\WlTH THOSE ? /
IM GONNA TRANSPLANT THAT TREE IN
TH BACK YARD SO
ïtLl BE NEARER
TH' ASH PILE
Have You Seen
At Stanton Bros.?
Yes sir. gentlemen, we have them and you will be
pleased with the beautiful new patterns and the new
Come in and See Them
Youths' and Men's Sweaters and
A nice assortment in popular shades and very mod
erately priced. If you don't come in you'll be out.
"Where the New Things Are Newest"
Beg to announce my dates for sales for September
taken as follows:
Sept. 13 and 14 Frank Wingo, Okanogon, Wash.
Sept, IS. W. A. Hartung. Cameron, Idaho
Sept. ID, Given Mustoe, Southwick, Idaho
Sept. 20. W. Buchanan, Little Potlatch
Sept. 22, Mrs. M. Fowler, Nez Perce, Idaho
Sept. 28, Ralph M. Hall, Pullman, Wash.
Sept. 25, Charles Bourland, Grangeville. Idaho
Sept. 27, Geo. Lewis, Helena, Montana
Sept. 28. Wm. Niven, Helena, Montana
1 am here to stay and solicit your sales large or
small—none too small and none too large. 1 am not
a price cutter. My charges are 3 per cent to every
one I play no favorites treat buyer and seller on the
same equal. The editor of the Gazette will secure
date for you at any time.
Am turning down sale dates in Oregon and
Montana tor October for I want to give my whole
time to this and Nezperce territoJy, so speak for
youi dates early for October.
HARRY C. CRANKE
MOSCOW, Phone 11
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