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)$SS S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S $ S $ S S $ S S -S S S S S S S S S vSSSS s s $ $ s ;$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Saturday, October 21 HpHE Real Sale opportunity ot the season—one you cannot afford to miss. All departments in the big store * have yielded their quota to make this a memorable event; every item is a seasonable one and means a big saving. All quotations with exception ot dry goods and furnishings, are limited one to a customer, and for cash. $1 Furnishings Specials Men's work shirts, blue and khaki, regular 80c, sale, 2 for 6 pairs Firemen's socks, black or brown, sale, 6 pairs for 3 pairs men's gray or white heavy wool socks, sale, 8 for Men's 75c Four-in-hands, in new patterns, sale, 2 for $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 Enameled Ware Specials $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 Blue enameled convex kettles 6 qt. $1.25 value, Sale 8 qt. Enameled Tea kettles, blue $1.25 value, sale 12 qt. Blue enameled water pail regular $1.40, sale $1 Grocery Specials $1 Dry Goods Specials 6 yds. Fall pattern dress gingham fast color, sale, 6 yds 6 yds. Amoskeag Stand. Apron ging ham, sale 6 yds. 5 yds. light or dark 36-in. fast color percales, sale 5 yards Half wool serge, staple colors, yard wide, regular 85c, sale 2 yards One piece 65c black voile, extra wide sale 3 yards for Ladies' $1.25 wool heather sport hoisery, sale, a pair Ladies' dark percale aprons, a good assortment, sale 5 yards 36-in good weight white out ing, sale price, 5 yards $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 Sugar Advancing Here's your opportunity to get a supply at lowest price of the year 18 lbs. Sugar $1.00 From 3 to 10 a. m. and from 4 to 5 p.m. Only Drug and Patent Specials 60c Cal. Syrup of Figs, 2 for 40c C-astoria. 3 for 40c Jayne's Vermifuge, 3 for 60c Chamberlain's liniment, 2 for $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 3 lb. can Great American coffee, reg ular $1.20, sale price 2% lb. can Folger's Golden Gate cof fee, 45c coffee, sale price 15 lbs. white Curve Cut macaroni, sale price 5 packages Cream of Wheat, regular 30c, sale price 10 Corn Flakes or Post Toasties, sale price 3 cans 1-lb. flat Libby's Red Salmon 40c cans, sale price 7 can standard pack tomatoes, regular 20c cans, sale 7 for 4 pint bottles of Catsup, regular 30c sale 4 tor 16 bars P. & G. Naptha Soap, a 10c bar, sale 16 for 25 bars Polar White soap, full size bars, sale 3 sacks fresh ground white or yellow corn meal, sale 2 sacks rye flour, regular 60c, sale price, 2 for 15 bars Creme Oil Soap, regular 3 for 25c, sale price 15 bars tor 10 No. 1 size cans Pork and Beans regular 12%c, sale $ I..00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 $ 1.00 * Highest Market Price For Strictly Fresh Eggs—Same as Cash For This Sale De Winter & Goudzward, Leland, Idaho BVgum! ) EVERY -n- MS J ^u» ; GET KIN0A Gojn , öoop This y 5 1* O o Htwn „ * Beputatlon I e way to ga n a good reputa ion s^ 0 eavor to be what you ■ appear. That is precisely the man I ner in which Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gained its reputation as ■ a cure for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Every bottle that has ever been put out by the manu facturera has been fully up to the high standard of excellence claimed . for it. People have found that it can be depended upon for the relief and cure of these ailments and that it is pleasant and safe to take.—Adv. CHEAP POWDER FOR POULTRY Mixture of Gasoline^ Carbolio Acid and Plaster of Paris Will Eradicate Insects. A cheap lice powder for poultry may be made by mixing three parts of gaso line and one part of crude carbolic acid with as much plaster of paris as the liquid will moisten. This Is the suggestion of the Ohio station. The powder is allowed to dry before using. It may he kept in an air-tight container where It retains Its strength for a long period. The powder Is in flammable and must he kept away from fire. Infested fowls when thoroughly dusted are soon relieved from the at tacks of lice. About 125 birds may he dusted In an hour, one pound of the mixture bein? needed to dust ten mature fowls. For head lice on chick ens, the use of blue ointment or mer curial ointment has been found ef fective. One part of the ointment is mixed with two parts of vaseline and a lump of the mixture about the size of a pea is rubbed thoroughly at the base of the feathers about the head. Regularity In feeding is one of the secrets of success with fowls. * • • The tamer the flocks the more valu »ble and profitable they usually are. * • • Separate the sexes at eight weeks old, or us soon as sex can be deter mined. Do not expect to hatch more than 75 per cent of the total egja Incu bated, either In machines or under hens. • • • The hen and the caretaker are part ners In the poultry business. If either one Is lazy the profits are less. • * • An Incubator often gets lots of blame that should be attached to the operator. When a machine is oper ated wrong the hatches will go wrong B TIh omas Only way to end divorce Is by marrying your second wife first. * * * It la better to go. broke than not to go at all. * ★ A Actors do better In movies be cause they can't hear the music. * * * We all look at coal prices with a burning desire. * ★ * "Use more water," says a doctor. Hope the milkman doesn't see It. * * * The ship of state Isn't as bad as the state of shipping. * * * A rushing business is always bandied by a man who does the Germany lost the war, but it looks as if the Turks found it. * * * #5» Some men think talk is the best policy and honesty is cheap. * * * You can't say, "Give us this day our daily bread" and then ait down and wait for it. Professional Cards DR. A. OTTERAAEN PHYSICIAN Phone 832 KENDRICK, IDAHO Dr. William T. Seeley Physician and Surgeon Leland, - . Idaho A. H. OVERSMITH Attorney-at-Law Urquh.rt.Buildin, Third Street Moscow. Idaho. KENDRICK LODGE NO. 2b. A. F. (EL A. M. Meets every second and TCfW laat Thursday of the month E. W. Lau, W. M. M. B. McConnell, Secretary* W. White Pine Camp No. 204, meets the first and third Wednesdays of every month. Tho». McDowell. C. C. Edgar Long. Clerk.