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Vo 5sJ9tore Christmas Kerchiefs Are Ready For Choosing These pretty little kerchiefs lend themselves so completely to the gift idea that we arranged our Christmas display for those who like to select early. Cunning little kerchiefs for the kiddies in boxes,. _ 15c to 30c Pretty batiste kerchiefs of ex cellent quality and arranged 8 in box------- 35c, 50c, 75c Men's initial kerchief, colored initial and border to match, each_______ ------------ 45c We are showing a very com plete line of Men's lies for Christmas, including knit and flowing ends Plenty of Nice Silk Stockings For Xmas Did you ever met a woman or Miss who had too many pairs of silk stockings? Don't believe you have, be cause all wo man have a fondness for lustrous Silk hose and to plenty of them. Here at this store you can select from a complete as sortment for gift time. Women's Fancy Silk Hose with clockings, brown, blue and black, the price . ------ $1.75 Women's full fashioned silk hose with mercerized lisle top. double heel and toe, black and brown, pair____ --------$2.25 Women's silk and wool, black drop stitch hose. They are beauties at____________ $ 2.00 % Women's heather hose, a big assortment at - $1.25 N. B. LONG & SONS "The Home of Good Things to Eat and Wear" The Henery Hoozits By Garry WELL. 1 JUST ASKEt) A FELLA T CLEAN DV FURNACE OUT FOR ME AN' HE WAS TICKLED T'OEATH TDO IT '. PRETTY ,__^ SUCK, HUH ? Cg A ^ ihibii ■ N0-VUH DON'T (ME M NOTHIN 1 M 1 PAY YOU DA SIXTY CENTS-YEA»' t * . I ' .0 GIDDAP. GLADYS RAGS JONiK R Q Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Mother's Favorite. The soothing and healing proper ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt and effectual cures have made it a favor ite with people everywhere. It is especially prized by mothers of young children for colds, croup and whboping cough, as it always affords Quick relief and is free from opium aud other harmful drugs. C. A. PICKERING Pastor METHODIST CHURCH. The people of Kendrick are being especially favored these day by hear ing some very fine sermons. Mr. Johnston who spoke for us Thursday and Sunday evenings has consented to preach Saturday eve at 7:30 and and will hold Sunday services at 11 A. M. and at 2:30 P. M. and will assist in the service that the Ep worth League is conducting in the evening. Brother Johnston is nation ally known as "the boy evangelist of Kansas". Don't miss hearing him. There will be no Epworth League service Sunday eve as the League will have charge of the service, at the regular preaching hour. The pro gram will consist of a history of the League by Miss Bulah Long: Talk on "The pledge" by Mr. Everett Fraser; and "What the League should stand tor." by Miss Newkirk. Mr. Johnston will then give a short talk followed by the signing of the pledge by League members. Our Sunday School has started work on a fine Christmas program. More later. : > Prayer services at 7:30 P. M. Thursday. The special Epworth Herald ser vice Sunday evening resulted In the procuring of ten subscriptions for that paper. Miss Bulah Long had charge of this meeting. LENORE ITEMS (Too late for last week) Charley Schwartz died at a Lewis ton hospital last Monday. The body was shipped to Lenore and buried in the Sunnyside cemetery. Services were held at tihe Schwartz jesidence. Mrs. Schwartz has the sympathy of tihe en tire community. Mrs. Joe Johnson, of Wallace, came to visit at the Schwartz home. Mr. and Mrs. Hersey, of Lenore, have as their guest, Mrs. Laird, of Lewiston. Kendrick Gazette Ralph B. Knepper, Publisher Entered as second-class matter 1892 at Kendrick, Idaho, under the Act of Congress of March, 1879. Subscription $1.50 a year. Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Judge Rice resides at Caldwell. Judge Rice has been on the supreme bench six years and was a candidate for re-election. He is popular in his home town and his home county. He is held in high esteem. And this is what Canyon county did on election day. It gave Rice, its distinguished Citizen 2562 votes, Lee the republi can candidate, 1981 votes and Hall the progressive candidate, 4105 votes The Caldwell Tribune says: "And Mr. Hall, who swept the county, was only admitted to practice law before the court to which he aspired last summer. Today he Is a grocer on a small scale in Twin Falls and not a very good grocer at that." Canyon county turned down its jurist and voted 1543 votes in favor of the "small grocer'' whom they did not know, never had seen and from à community far remote from theirs. Purely the "people do rule" much on the plan that "the sun do move."— Pend d'Orellle Review. THE GAME A8 PLAYED IN CANYON CO. LELAND NEWS (Too late for last week) Harry Thompson, who farmed the Anna Oylear farm last season, has sold his lease, stock and machinery to Kendrick . Galley 3—5 Herman Koepp and will soon leave for Walla Walla, where they plan to m^ike tiheir home. Claude Hodges, pf Dutton. Mont ana. is visiting relatives here. The Virgil Fleshman family were dinner guests Sunday, at the T. Daugherty home. Miss Jessie Lotsipeach, who has spent some time here visiting her sister. Mrs. Ed Fleshman, .Sr., left Sat urday for Spokane to visit her brothers. Miss Thelma Oylear, who is attend ing school a Palouse, spent Thanks giving with home folks. Mr. and 'Mrs. Yenni, Mrs. IMeCall and sons and Vliss Edna Fleshman were dinner guests at the parsonage Sunday. LELAND SCHOOL NOTES Those of the high school room that were neither tardy nor absent for the last mouth were: Eva Slater, Herbert Gattdzward, Edwin Easterbrooks, Ruth Easterbrooks, Donald Gaudz ward and Homer Parks. Irene Davis, Josephine Fleshman and Marie De Winters of the fourth grade were among the 46 in tihe county who passed the test given by the county superintendent. Vera Peters has been absent this week, caused by a relapse of tonsilitis. Mrs. Dean and pupils of the pri mary room gave a Thanksgiving program Wednesday afternoon. The high schopi and intermediate rooms were invited. There were many out side visitors there and all considered it a very interesting program. The children who were neither tar dy nor absent during the past month are: Georgie, .Mildred and Jennie Fleshman, iMinnie and Ivan Craig, Lillian De Winter, Helen* Slater, Herman and August K.eopp and Claud Gephart. Mrs. Julia Fleshman and her sister, Jesse Lolspeck visited the intermed iate room Friday afternoon. The entertainment was Jor the primary room also. Zella McVrckar gave the Gettysburg Address. lEveryone re ported that it was an exceptionally nice program. After the program the children ciphered. •The Thanksgiving offering from this school was: Primary room $3.55, Intermediate room $4.40 and the 'high school room $2.05. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday school - 10:00 a. m. Mr. Thomas McDowell, Supt. A class for all. Junior Endeavor - 3:00 p. m. Butterwrappers printed at the Gazette Office. NOTICE To Property Owners in Local Im provement District No. 2, of the Village ot Kendrick, Idaho. Notice is hereby given that the owner or owners ot any piece, tract, lot or paroel of land or property liable for assessment for the con struction ot the paving, storm sew ers, grading and filling under pro visions of Ordinances Numbered 178 and 180 ot the Village of Kendrick, Idaho, in Local Improvement Dis trict No. 2, of the said Village of Kendrick, Idaho, as designated and established by said ordinances, may redeem his, or her or their property from special assessment by paying the entire amount thereof, charged against said property or lands. Time for such payment to begin on the 8th day ot December A, D. 1922, and the time for such pay ment to be closed shall be at the hour of five o'clock p. m. on the 24th day January A. D. 1923. lbat after said 24th day of January A. D. 1923, at the hour five o oclck p. m., such and any owner or owners may re deem their property from such special assessment by paying all of the installments cf the assessments which have been levied on the un paid installments, and unlevied in stallments, with interest on all such installments at the rate ox seven per cent per annum from the date of the issuance of the bonds to the time of maturity of the last installment. That the assessment rolls for such special assessment are now on file in the office of Treasurer of the Vill age of Kendrick, Idaho, at Kend rick, Idaho, and that all payments may be made to the Treasurer ot said Village of Kendrick, Idaho, to whom such assessment roll has been certified and delivered, and such assesinent rolls are subject to the inspection of all persons. Dated this 6th day of December A. D. 1922. Ralph B. Knepper. Clerk ot the Village of Kendrick, Idaho. 49-4t m "I HAVE" ALL THE INSURANCE- I NEED Many men who think they have all the Life Insurance they need are in reality inadequately covered. Like the ostrich in the storm they are unconsciously very much ex posed. Have you ever figured out what income your present insurance would produce for your family if invested at 6%? For instance, $5,000 of insurance would yield only $300 a year—less than $1 a day. Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States Wm. H. Stump Representative âouthwick, Idaho R a How Fresh It Is!" It is a pleasure to go to your cake-box when you have baked with ROYAL Baking Powder because it is in the nature of a pure Cream of Tartar Baking Powder to keep baked foods fresh. This means a real economy and is just one of a hundred reasons why careful house» keepers insist upon Royal Baking Powder. Some others are: It Contain* No Atom Leaves No Bitter Taste FREE! FREE!! FREE!!! What? A Sack of Sugar Where? At Miss Woller's Store, Cameron, Idaho How? By the family making the biggest purchase of merchandise, beginning December 9th to December 28rd. Christmas goods of all kinds. Santa Claus has un loaded a big assortment at this store Trade at Woller's Store Cameron, Phone 282 Idaho SANTA CLAUS IS COMING! Let's Be R.eady To Welcome Him In the meantime help yourselver to these very low prices. Fairy Soap. 2 large bars (equivalent to 4 small bars) price.--------- 25c Jiffy-Jell. 3 pkgs. 25c 20-Mule Team borax soap, 21 bars----51.00 Ladies spats, 14 but tons, pearl grey color per pair-----------.-$1.75 Genuine Cassville Corn, per can___ ------- I5c Childrens cashmere hose per pair.. 60c and 70c Men's army wool socks, per pair____ ------- 25c Clean, fresh ranch but ter, per pound_____ 30c Jonathan apples per box _ ... ---------- 75c Stanton Bros. "Where the new things are newest"