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/ Greetings c > < ! V\ r ith Hearty Greetings and Sincere Good Wishes tor your Happiness and Prosperity during all the New Year, we express our ap preciation for the courtesies you have extend ed to us in the past. Potlatch Telephone Company 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 Caiujy Mrs. Minnie McDowell Dr. S. I. Ringsage 1 Sanipracter [ Hours: 10 to 12 p. m. 2 to 4 p And by appointment. Phone 462 Residence Phone 6615*, Walker Building KENDRICK, - IDA •\|* Residence Phone 726 Kendrick Dray and Ice Co. ] Frank Chamberlain, Prop. Horseshoeing General Blacksmithing Wagon and Carriage Sho All work Guaranteed. ALL KINDS OF Repairing neatly done. Frank Crocker, Merchants* Lunch At Noon from 11:30 to 2:0 50c Us Commercial Hotel F. E. ERICKSON Mr. and Mrs. Carl Langdon re turned Tuesday alter delivering a load ot dressed hogs to rJk Kiver and Mrs. l.angdon visited her par ents Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. I oster. Most of the men on the ridge at tended^the Road election, Tuesday, which was held for the purpose of electing new commissioners: Mr. Winegardner and Mr. Lyons were elected and Clem Israel to fill C. H. Fry's place as Mr. Fry would not serve again. Mrs. John Darby spent Friday SORB ENOUGH. Jimmie: Sister ■ays she expects a handsome pres ent from you Christmas. Cholly: Hand some? Maybe she means mo. At 13, Corinne Has Æ > These Tropr T the age of 13. Corinne Voth has few equ began riding at 6 and has appeared at horse show in the country The ribbons 600; cups nearly one-half as many She is trophies. Strayed: Gray mare, age 7, Z brand on right shoulder; bay horse, age 10, branded HI. Finder notify A. Swanson, phone 528, Kendrics. 50-2p Fresh Shipment of Xmas Candy Just Received Boxes and in Bulk PERRYMANS Æ A Lot of Santa Clauses Live in the Country DoVoü Think we'LL have room Foi? all o This sTufp Pa ? r ivslli & I = fa if?«*» mg 1 D CP seizes -SAMCbO — Christmas Morning iUlHHUMIilMIlfial # w Mi « \ o - m &:r • ! - SSS m ft m Si I V THE MAIL CARRIER ■CpOR many years. In good weather ^ or bad, day after day, he had fol lowed his chosen job faithfully and well. He had curried niunv. many Christmas presents in his day, too. This year one of the families he had served so regularly prepared a Christ mas box for him and for his wife ar.d for his children. "It Is the first Christmas box I ever received from one of my families," he said. "Wusn't it thoughtful of them to have remembered their mail car rier?" But the people were saying, "To think that we haven't done something of this sort every year. The mail car rier does so much for us and we, at times, almost seem to forget he's even human 1" His Luck ((§>, 1022, Wettern Newspaper Union.) «TXT 1 ELL. I'll be getting lots of ' * presents soon," he said. He had just met some pleasant new friends. "Yes," he continued, "Christmas is a good time for me. You see I'm popu lar with wives. I get uotes from hun dreds of them ; there are any number who write to me, and when Christman* comes they knit ties for me or buy a handsome silk handkerchief or two, ori a tine muffler—a little thought of trial at any rate. And I've never been In! a divorce case yet," he ended. "You must be a diplomat or luckier than you deserve," someone remarked. 1 "Neither," he answered. "I'm a milk-, man and a milkman's Christmas la apt to be full of cheer and the good-heart ed wishes of the ladie3l M Prepare Seed Exhibits Latah County is to be represented at the 1923 Idaho State Seed Show, which will be held in Burley Jan uary 9 to 12. County Agent O. S. Fletcher Is assembling a representative exhibit of seeds grown in Latah County and will ship this from Moscow on Deo. 26th. All farmers who have any good seed are urged to prepare an exhibit and send it to the county agent at Moscow. Freight on the exhibit from Moscow to Burley will he paid by the Seed Show. Anyone desiring special information is asked to communicate with Mr. Fletcher, who will furnish, a premium list and help In any way that he can. Following are a few of the classes that will be of Interest to Latah. County farmers: Certified Jenkins Club seed wheat, field peas, garden peas, soft white wheat, white club wheat, soft red winter wheat, oats, hulled barley, hull-less barley. One peck of any of the above seeds is required for an exhibit, and, outside of the certified class, any variety may be shown In the lot mentioned. Ten ears Yellow Dent corn, tea ears White Dent corn, ten ears any other Dent com. ten ears pop, flint, or sweet corn, any variety. Latah County has been represented, at the last three State Seed Shows and exhibits from this county have won more than their proportionate share of the prizes. County Agent Fletcher says: "We grow good seeds, let us exhibit them. It is good ad vertising to win a prize at the Idaho State Seed Show." In many cases weeds are spread about the farms due to the failure of farmers to grind screenings that are to be fed to chicks. Screenings for chicks are valuable as feed, but they often contain many seeds of noxious weeds. Unless the seed is cracked up so that the germination power Is spoiled trouble results. In one case they found that wild oats, common mustard, ragweed, corn cockle, Euro pean vetch and cowherb resulted from the use of whole screenings. Not only need the screenings be ground, but they ought to be watched, as often they contain poisonous weeds such as corn cockle seeds.