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It is Now Time to Buy Your
Fall Hardware and Implements Our New Stock of Furniture Will Soon be Here We are prepared to fill orders now. Better Repair that Plumbing before Cold Weather sets in.* Let Us Demonstrate "A Tempest in a Tub" RendricH Hardware Company "Exceptional Service** Garage and Repair Shop Goodyear Tires GASOLINE 27c Ford and Chevrolet Service KENDRICK AUTO COMPANY Roberts Bros. MM« US ttMfcl Crowd your hogs for ___ the early market Keep them healtny—thrifty, free from worms, their bowels active, fit lor thrift. Feed Dr. Hess Stock Tonic No clogging of the system, little char.ce for disease, every reason for thrift. We sell it. Wo guarantee it. Red Cross Pharmacy ||1 Tell am hew many hogm yon have. Wm have a packagm to matt. k Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant M For SheepTiclvs: - fo.r Hod Lice ~ v >fior Health Republican Rally at RENDRICR Monday, Nov. 6 8 O'clock p. m. A. H. Oversmith f m • And other prominent speakers will address the meeting. Local Ads FOR SA1LE at a bargain: 1 20 horse power Fairbanks-Morse horiz ontal engine; 1 Ford touring car and delivery box. Write to Aug. Rucks, 10 Division St., Oregon City. Ore. 43-4t Red Crown high test gasoline will keep the power in your motor. Kendrick Garage Co., Deobald Bros. 43-lt FOR SALE: pigs 8-weeks old; bruod sows 0.1.C.; milk cow grade Holestein; 2Î inch wagon with Cali fornia rack; cockerels select Leg horns for breeders; Leghorn hens 2 years old; my brood pen selected by Pren Moore last tall, just what you want if you want to start with Leghorns in the spring; have to sell to make room for pullets. J. C. Hamil, phone 3425, Juhaetta. 43-tf FOR SALE: All kinds of rough lumber, Chas. J. Kazda, Southwick, Idaho. 43-4p It your motor starts hard, try Red Crown high test gasoline at Kend nck Garage Co., Deabold Bros. 43-lt Texas Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Al LaBolle, Harold and Mrs. James Miller were Mos cow visitors, Wednesday. Ray Bogar and family have moved onto the Alonzo Brown ranch. Andrew Abram and family have moved near Bovill. Mrs. Jim Butler has gone to Bo vill to spend a few weeks with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Dahlgren came up from Lewiston, Monday, to spend a few days on the ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frantzich spent the week end on American ridge, guests of Martin's father. Mrs. Ed Ogden and Hattie, were callers at the Tom LaBolle home, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. Ross of Julia etta were callers on the ridge one day last week. Albert Pierce and wife of Deary visited home folks Sunday. Linden News Emerson Garmon, who was taken to a Bovi11 hospital last Wednesday morning, seriously ill with typhoid fever is reported some better. Dr. Otteraaen was called Sunday evening to attend Mrs. James Ball who is confined to her home with tonsilitis and "flu". Mr. ana Mrs. Abe Dorendorf and Gus Farrington are sick with the "flu." Mrs. McPhee and daughter, Mrs. Edgar Bohn, were passengers to Lewiston on the evening train Mon day, returning Tuesday. Miss Sarah Sweeney returned Sun day evening after spending tne week end with friends at Lenore and Ltwiston. Grandma Keeler is visiting at the 20 car 43-4t will 43-lt old; Cali Leg hens what with sell C. 43-tf Notice is hereby given to every person, firm or corporation, which is effected' by this notice that the Committee on streets, and the Vil lage Engineers of the Village of Kendrick. Idaho, have made out the assessment roll in accordance with the provisions ot Ordinances num bered 178 and 180 ot the Village of Kendrick, Idaho, declaring to. and ordering certain improvements by paving, curbing, construction of storm sewers with grading and fill ing necessary for such purposes, and creating local Improvement District Number 2 of said Village of Kend rick, Idaho: That assessment roll was tiled in the office of the Village Clerk of the said Village of Kend rick, Idaho on the third day of Nov ember, A. D. 1922, as so certified, and is now on tile in thé office of said Village Clerk, and therefore notice is hereby given tuai any per son, firm or corporation, or any person whose property is effected, liable or in any manner charged with the assessment for the im provements ordered under the pro visions of said Ordinances numbered 178 and 180 who shalCdesire so to do, shall on or before v the hour of five o'clock p. m. on $ December Fifth, A. D. 1922, hie with the said Clerk ot the Village ot Kendrick, Idaho, at his office in Kendrick, Idaho, a protest or protests against the said assesment roll, or any part or portion thereof, and that there after and on the Fifth day of Dec ember A. D. 1922, at the hour ot 8 o'clock p. m. of said last mentioned date the Trustees of the Village of Kendrick, Idaho, wnl proceed to hear and consider any and all ob jections or protests to or against said assessment roll by any and all parties to such assessment, as shall at or the time, or before the time herein mentioned have filed their objection or objections thereto. Such hearing of protests or pro test may be adjourned or continued by the Trustees to such time or times as may be necesary. Dated at Kendrick, Idaho, this Ihird day of Novebmer, 1922. Ralph B. Knepper, Gus barrington home. Miss Elsie Zimmerman is home from Long .Meadow this week. Mrs. Lou Alexander spent Mon day afternuon with Mrs. Weven. Mrs. Jim Garner visited her daughter in Juliaetta, Monday. In vain the sign boards glisten with warnings wide and high, for men won't "stop, look, and listen" and consequently die. Each day we order caskets for men killed by trains; the coroners with baskets pick up the strewn remains. It ought to be a warning, and yet alas, alack—the prudent sign boards scorning, we cross the railroad track; and now an enigne busy comes whooping up the rails, and hits our priceless Lizzie and thru the air she sails. A sparkplug and -a piston is all thats left of Liz, but we will not look or listen as meriily we whiz. While the coroner is keeping his tab on our remains our stricken aunts are weeping and cuss ing railroad trains.—Walt Mason. NOTICE FARM LOANS 6V2% 5 or 7 Years Amortization Loans 10 or 20 Year Ehrhardt investment Co. Lewiston, Idaho WANTED Cattle, hogs and sheep Hides and Wool. Call Holbrook & Emmett 1 desire to announce to my friends and former patients in Kendrick and vicinity that 1 have re turned to Moscow and am located in my old stand over the Bon Ton confectionery where I shall be pleased to meet all those in need of my services. Dr. H. J. Smith Dentist Office phone 80 Res. 316J A TIMKLY SUGGESTION This is the season of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenishes her supply of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, It is almost certain to be needed before the winter is over and results are much 8 The Henery Hoozits By Garry r* oh, in so cm yoiJre putting UP THE STORM DOOR,HENERY 1 WE CAN KEEP THE ^ HOUSE WARM NOW ) c 7i m * ? ARE YOU THROUGH : W - 7 - m YEAH,-WOULD ,YUH MIND 601N OUT AN SERIN ! v HOW \T LOOKS. MATILDA? _ - •* ». WELL,u LOOKS PINE, BUI HOW DO YOU GET IN AND OUT OF IT? ( \ 'o :r MlYl.lt 0* atter tu is 'Vaste aUt Y qu bacco befiel hone«* to nUI Ch« stïT *, sed «HP ,ùS'» cC , U 1 CttN be-'" yiï'C ç Go th' hence T<*» cc ° r\V c.r' VH«" sprite \d te o ,e \ i<S 2.0 ? CIO LsGUtVT & Kybks Tobacco Co, more prompt and satisfactory when it is kept at hand and given as soon as the first indication of a cold ap pears and before it has become set tled in the system. There is no danger in giving if to children as it contains no opium or other hermful drug. —Adv.