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U ' Bring in your batteries before they freeze and have them taken care of. Tomorrow may he too late. Kendrick Garage Co. Deo bald Bros. Props. A® A«y-t nhmiiIIH Does Your Top Leak? Right now is the time to have a new top put on the bus, so if you are caught out in the rain you will have that com fortable feeling of security. A new top makes an old car lookTnewer. KENDRICK HARNESS SHOP Garage and Repair Shop Goodyear Tires GASOLINE 27c Ford and Chevrolet Service KENDRICK AUTO COMPANY Roberts Bros. MOSCOW BIG LOAF BREAD Big Stock of Delicious Pastry Confectionery PERRYMANS II A WANTED Cattle, hogs and sheep Hides and Wool. Call Holbrook & Emmett 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 Dr. S. I. Ringsage Sanipracter Hours: 10 to 12 p. m. 2 to 4 p. m. And by appointment. Phone 462 Residence Phone 6615 Walker Building KENDRICK, - IDAHO FOR OVER 40 YEARS HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE has been used successfully in the treatment of Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con sists of an Ointment which Quickly Relieves by local application, and the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acts through the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces, thus reducing the inflammation. Sold by all druggists. F. J. Cheney * Co., Toledo, Ohio. Barber Shop Courteous Treatment Satisfaction Guaranteed GOOD ROOMS William Rogers Hotel Kendrick Taylor & Erickson, Prepa. Soft Drinks and Candy Cigars and Tobacco Commercial Trade Solicited Kendrick, Idaho The Midget Cafe When in town lunch or dine with us, we are always ready to serve you. Near Beer on draught, 5c a"glass Ice Cream, Soft Drinks and Candy Mrs. Minnie McDowell Mrs. Laura M. Hoyt Recommends Chamberlain's Tablets "I have frequently used Chamber lain's Tablets during the past three years and have found them splendid for headache and bilious attacks. I am only too pleased, at any time, to speak a word in praise of them, writes Mrs. Laura M. Hoyt, Rockport, N. Y. T CAMERON NEW8 On account of the bad weather the services were dropped lut Sun day evening. ^"Miss Martha Meyer was a Lewis ton visitor last week. ■V Miss Wanda Brunsiek and Mr. Aug. Brammar left for Spokane last week where they are visiting Miss Brunsiek's aunt, Mrs. Chas. Thorn ton. Rev. Rein left for Spokane Mon day to attend a conference of the Lutheran Church. Jif'Mrs. Brunsiek entertained the fol lowing guests at a Thanksgiving dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bleck Mrs. Harding of Moscow, Martha and Herman Meyer, Charlie Harris, Laurence and Bertha Abitz, Lou Daughtery and Aug. Brammar. .P'Mrs. Blum and three daughters fmd Wilbert Brunseik were callers at the Fred Silflow Sr. home Friday evening. ^Mrs. Geo. Ehlers has been on the sick list but we are glad to report that she is able to be up again. ■Wir. and. Mrs. A. H. Blum and fam ily were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gertje Sunday. Don't forget the program and box social to be given at the school house, Dec 15th. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lohman of Southwick were visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olday. Wed nesday of last week. V Mr. and Mrs. John Schwarz and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. Mielke and family, Mr. Wm. Hartung and daughter, Miss Emma and Mrs. Stoneburner were dinner guests at the F. W. Newman home Sunday. V Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartung were entertained at dinner at Rev. Fink's of Southwick Sunday. V Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Silflow had their infant christened Sunday. The christening dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Silflow. The following were guests: y Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson and family, Rev. Rein and, family, Sil flow brothers, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. IVegner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kruger. Look for Miss Woller's Xmas Ad 49-1T Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schäffler were Sunday dinner guests at the R. Roberts home. Be sure to read every inch of Wollers Ad. There's toys. Gifts for Mother, Daddy. Sister, Brother, Sweetheart. Gifts for friends and re lations. 49-1T A. H. Blum and son Gus. were transacting business in Kendrick a y d C at ly it a I Monday. Messers Mustoe and Harris were Cameron visitors Saturday. Miss Gladys Keller spent the week end at Lewiston. Mr. Dave Schoeffler is busy deliv ering the first loads of twenty-five cord6 of wood at Woller's. Mr. Homer Renfrew was host at a six o'clock dinner Saturday eve ning. The C. S. C. is giving a dance Miss Henrietta Blum is assisting Mrs. Geo. Ehlers with her work. Saturday evening Dec. 9th. Every body is cordially invited. A good time is assured. j^Messers Alec Larson, Hank Bleck, and Albert Wegner attended the dance at Kendrick last week. Cameron is on the map! Remember the dates! Saturday, December 9th. C. S. C. Dance. Friday. December 15th. Miss Keller's play and basket sup per. Monday, December 18th, Miss Woller's outdoor community Christmas tree. Friday, December 21th. Miss Elsie Wegner's school pro gram. Sunday December 25th. • Cameron Luthern Church program Tuesday, December 26th. C. S. C. Dance. Everybody is heartily invited to any or all events. Get your Christmas gifts at Wol ler's You'll be assured of a choice assortment of gifts, excellent qual ity, and fair prices. Best of all! Pos tage free to any point In the U. S. and Europe on any gifts Bought at Woller's. 49-1T Don't shiver! buy your wood at Woller's. Telephone and mail orders attended to promptly. Phone 282. 49-1T Miss Woller was the guest of Miss Keller for dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wegner. Walter McCall- was dinner guest at Mr. Carl Hartung's Sunday. MT. anl Mrs. Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schoeffler, Mr. and Mrs. H. Whittinger were guests Thursday at Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberts' and Mrs. Robert's mother. Otto Schoeffler wears a smile from ear to ear. I wonder why? News has been received from [ Walla Walla that Albert Beamer won a $1400 Buick. Lucky Draw! y'Mrs. Dave Schoeffler and children are visiting her parents at Kooskia. y Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hartung enter tained the following at Thanksgiving d inner, s C Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wolf, Rev. and Mrs. Rein, Rev. Finke and families Miss Woller, Mr. and Mrs. A. Schultz Mr. LaBale and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Daugherty were present. Mr. George 'Wilkens and Miss Martha Finke attended the dance In Kendrick last week. Monday morning the town was sur prised to And Santa Claus had un loaded a delightful assortment of beautiful Christmas Gifts of all types at Miss Woller's store. We can plain ly see that the bore of Christmas shopping is ended with this assort ment to choose from. -49-1T. Miss Opal Southwick of Cream Ridge makes a very pleasing sales lady at Woller's. We are all quite enthusiastic over the community Christmas Tree Miss Woller is providing for us on Monday evening Dec. 15th. The Misses Wegner are assisting to make it a real community affair. Every body is heartily Invited. Fred Mielke left Sunday night for a business trip to Lewiston. 'Twas muddy, It snowed. The rain it poured But the little green Ford rambled right along. Mrs. Emil Larson is planning a trip to Seattle for Christmas. Have you seen the pretty house slippers at Miss Woller's 49-1T A complete stock of Bail Brand heavy rubbers now in stock at N. B. Long & sons. 49-lt 7m Tomorrow Night A thrilling westerner "A White Man's Chance" and 2-reel Century comedy ONLY 25c AND |0c PRIZE CONTEST $ 10.00 in Prizes Given Away For the Best Essays on Thrift we will give 1st Prize A $ 5.00 Savings Account and a Liberty Bell Bank. 2nd Prize A $ 3.00 Savings Account and a Liberty Bell Bank 3rd Prize A $ 2.00 Savings Account and a Liberty Bell Bank. A good Lead Pencil will be given FREE to each Contestant. RULES OF CONTEST The contest is open to all grade school and first and second year high school students in this vicinity. The theme must contain a minimum of two hundred words. Your teacher must grade your papers and send them to the bank. The best three from each school, as designated by the teach ers or superintendent, will be submitted to disinterested judges who will name the prize winners. The contest closes December, 15th. KendricK State BanK Big Dinner at Southwick The menu and price list for the dinner to be served by the Method ist Iodise' Aid at Southwick, Dec ember 15, in tne W. R. Smith hall, will be as follows: Chicken pot pie, vegetables, salads, pies, cakes and every good thing that goes to make a first class dinner. Price 35 cents for adults and 15 cents for kiddies between six and twelve years ot age. Ihere will also be a candy booth and a sale of ail kinds ot useful ar ticles that aie needed every day. Remember the day, December 15, commencing at 12:30 p. in. and all evening. You are cordially invited. 49-lt Buy your heavy rubber footwear at N. B. Long & Sons. Ask for Ball Biand. 49-lt m Residence Phone 726 Kendrick Dray and Ice Co. Frank Chamberlain, Prop. Horseshoeing General Blacksmithing Wagon and Carriage Shop All work Guaranteed. ALL KINDS OF Repairing neatly done. Frank Crocker When You Are Constipated. To Insure a healthy action of the bowels and correct disorders of the liver, take two of Chamberlain's Tab The Very Highest Prices for A neat card bringe enr price list. Write for It! We pay what we Uiete. Shipments held separate when requested, AND RE TURNED AT OUR EXPENSE, It enr valuation Is not satisfactory. Be sore and get ear prices be fore ysu ship. DENVER RAW FUR COMPANY Department S. 1630-32 Blake SL, Denver, Coleu RAW FURS lets immediately after supper. They will not only cause a gentle move ment of the bowels without unpleas ant effects, but banish that dull, stupid feeling that often accompanies constipation. Professional Cards DR. A. OTTERAAEN PHYSICIAN Phone 832 KENDRICK, IDAHO Dr. William T. Seeley Physician and Surgeon Leland, - - Idaho Dr. •$. A. Roe Practice Limited to Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat Glasses Fitted Office Over Beach's Store LEWISTON. IDAHO Dr. D. SMITH, Dentist Office hours 9 to 12 1 to 4 Phone 742 KENDRICK, IDAHO KENDR1CK ;LODGE NO. 26. A. F. (EL A. M. Meets every second and last Thursday of the month E. W. Luts, W. M. M. B. McConnell, Secretary. A. H. OVERSMITH Attornev-at-Law Urquh.rt Building Third Street Moscow, Idaho.