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Goodyear Tires GASOLINE 27c Ford and Chevrolet Service' KENDRICK AUTO COMPANY Roberts Bros. wuiiiim 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 lookjnewer. KENDRICK HARNESS SHOP BATTERIES '/ Bring in your batteries ' before they freeze and have them taken care of. Tomorrow may he too late. Kendrick Garage Co. Deobald Bros. Props. EFFECTIVE PLAN TO BETTER LIVE STOCK Tried Out With Much Success in Many Tennessee Counties. More Profitable Results Obtained From Community Sales Than Those Covering Larger Sections —Big Aid to Better Sires. A method that should be found ef fective in improving live stock in all parts of the country has been tried out with much success recently in Ten nessee, says a report to the United States "Department of Agriculture. It consists of a series of county sates of purebred sires ol' all kinds. The sales have consisted largely of beef bulls, dairy bulls and boars, al though a few rams also have ueen in cluded. The sales are advertised in tensively in the counties in which they are held. Small advertisements and posters are used, and for some time Registered Hereford Bull Used to Build Up Herd. before the sale the local papers run articles on tlie value of purebred sires. In that state it has been found that better results are obtained from the county sale than from sales covering a larger section or from state sales. Farmers are more apt to attend tin sales where they can haul the pur chases home or ship only a short dis tance. At a number of these sales the number of sirea sold has varied from 20 to 60. One of the big advantages is that good blood produced In the county remains there and improves the general run of live stock instead of being scattered far and wide. The department looks upon this plan aa an important aid in the Better Sirea —Better Stock movement. Good, bright, alfalfa hay saved from the last cutting will come in handy tills winter when green feed is scarce. . * * • * If the thought ever comes to you of crossing breeds, forget it. It's a step backward in the chicken business. Weeds and insects are more easily controlled by practicing a rotation be cause, for different crops, the soil is worked at different seasons of the year, and thus weeds which are preva lent at one season may be destroyed by growing a spring crop and those preva lent in another season by growing a crop for which the ground is worked in the fall. The same Is true of in sects which affect one crop hut not an other; thus, by rotating crops on a field insects are also largely de stroyed. Linden News "^""Mr. and Mrs. Carl Langdon re turned Tuesday alter delivering a load ot dressed hogs to Elk River and Mrs. Langdon visited her par ents Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. hosier. Y 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 Fridav At 13, Corinne Has Already Won > These Trophies A T the age of 13. Corinne Voth has few equals as an equestrienne. Slit began riding at 6 and has appeared at practically everv impôi tant horse show in the country. The ribbons she has taken number about 600: cups nearly one-half as many She is pictured seated among hei trophies. with Mrs. C. H. Fry. Jim Garner returned Monday from a few days visit witb bis son, George, at Elk River and Reuben at Longmeadw. Mr. Carmin came in from Elk River Sunday evening.He reports his sons at Elk River much better but still in the hospital the son at Bovill is out of the hospital but still very weak and unable to come home, both boys are recovering from typhoid fever. Their mother is sick with it now making eight of the family to have it. Ed Draby returned Saturday even ing from a visit with his brother, Fred, at Moscow. ■K Mr. and Mrs. Lou Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Winegardner spent Sunday with Misses Sarah Sweeney and Eva Smith. \ Mrs. Ed Darby and son, Walter, spent Thursday at the Allen- home. H. O. Gilchrist is doing some car penter work for Mr. Whisler. tV*Clem Israel and Arthur Bohn at tended the Ellington sale at Park, Monday. a Fairview Items : Mr. and Mrs. Yenni and son, Mrs. Julia Fleshman and children and Mrs. Philip Daugherty and child ren, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Vir gil'Fleshman, Sunday. The community Christmas tree at Cameron, was attended by several people from Fairview, and they re ported it a great success. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilken and son, Milton, Mrs. Lamp and Mrs. Mary McCall and family, were din ner guests at the Will Wolff home, Sunday. Miss Josephine Wilken visited Edna Fleshman, Sunday. A tew days until Christmas and every one is busy getting ready tor vacation. Miss Boyd will leave for her home in Walla Walla, Friday even ing. Hot lunches are being served at Fairview school and they are great ly enjoyed by the children. Milk contains a considerable amount of animai protein, and is fine for hens, but it ought not to be counted on as a substitute for meat scraps or tankage In the dry.mast). 4MIWUWWWUVWVUVWWV1 Santa Fetched Him SWAV.VAP^'AViV.WJVfl « f&sâmstrr Kocf&A FWilson 9 Years Ago and Now v T IE larger of the above picture« of Woodrow Wilson was taken lately as the ex-presklent stood >on the porch of his Washington, home. The smaller one was snapped i during his first cabinet meeting in' 1913 Local Ads "BUTTERCRUSf" Bread, made with milk. Nothing better. 3 loaves for 25c. at Berryman's. 50-lt LOST: Foxhound, white and brown spotted, end of tail cut off. Please Phone 1525. 51-2p A cooked food sale will be held by Kendrick Star Rebekah Lodge at McDowell's Cafe, Saturday, Dec ember 23. Everything for the Christmas dinner. 51-11 FOR SALE: $5.00 Gilette satety razor, $2. Inquire Gazette. 51-2t TOR SALE: Fine quality rice pop corn. Charles Sturdevant, Kend rick. 50-2t I For Sale: Registered Poland China male hog, age 17 months. Wilfred Corkill, Leland. 51-2p ' ! For piano lessons, call or see Mrs. | Carrick on Saturday at the home of N. B. Long. : 50—It I btrayed: Brindle muley cow 1 ear Vi (Eh? (Sift that (&r There is no nicer present to give on Christmas Day than one which will actually be worth MORE in six months—a year—two years. A Liberty Bell Savings Account is just such a gift. Every dollar deposited increases its value and the interest we pay makes it grow all the faster. You can open an account here, for any person, for ONE DOLLAR or more. The Liberty Bell Home Safe that we will present with each new account will be a constant and permanent reminder of your thoughtful gift. All Liberty Bells Come in Bright Holiday Attire «' ;.*ôr PS Kendrick *State Bank THe Henery Hoozits By Garry HOW MDNV koBCITS DID VOU £Ft , HEWEWv *. £ DOMT Bt FUNNY 1 WWf,DIDNT get any NONE OF EM WOULD STOP LONG ENOUGH FOR ME r T'SHOOT AT 'EM 1 . I % underbit, brand 3G right hip; also steer, age 2 years, 2 underbits in left ear, same brand. Phone H. L. Groseclose, Juhaetta. 50-2t Watch! The Fox Is coming! TRADE: will trade one pair No. 3 bobsleds fur wood, lumber or any thing I can use. C. S. Biddisor., Juliaetta. 50-2t 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 haye made it a favor ite with people everywhere. It is especially prized by mothers of young children for colds, croup and whooping cough, as it always afTords quick relief and is free from opium and other harmful drugs. CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the Clerk ot School Dis trict No. 24. up to and including January 8, 1923, for the furnishing of sixty cords seasoned fir or pine wood 42 inch length. Said wood to he delivered and piled at school building in Kendrick not later than August 1, 1923. Successful bidder to furnish bond for $200 for faith ful performance of contract. M. B. McConnell, Clerk. 50-3t Watch! The Fox is coming!