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S' y / i ¥ \ Q GLEANINGS Earl Couts of Pendleton, Oregon, a former citizen of Kendrick who will be remembered here by some of the older residents, was drowned In the Umatilla River, Wednesday of last week. He was out duck hunting ■when the accident occurred. B. N. Emmett was a Spokane vis itor the first of the week. L. E. Brooks, deputy state game warden, was in Kendrick -on business the first of the week. Will Stump of Southwick returned home Monday from Lewiston where he was transacting business for sev eral days. Ralph Hall of Moscow was in Ken drick on business Monday. ^ Dave Schoetrier of Cameron re turned home Monday from a visit with relatives at Lewiston. Theo Hanson was transacting bus iness in Spokane the first of the wk. "Niggah has yo' jlned dis heah Ku Klux yet?" "Naw, but dis heah Ku Klux has been tryin' to jlne me fo' de las' fo' miles an' a holf."—Nashville Ten nessean. y The high school play "All on Ac count of Polly", will be given at the New Kendrick Theater tonight and tomorrow night. V May me Roberts of American ridge won the saxophone in the drawing held Thursday afternoon. No. 22 won. Mrs. J, L. Kelly arrived Tuesday from Lewmton to look alter pro perty interests here. M. O. Ray has been assisting at the Kendrick Store during the Christmas rush. Mr. and Mrs.Clarence Dough arty ot American ridge left Tues day for Star, Idaho, for a visit. They expect to spend a greater part ot the winter there. Wm. Mpyer came down the first of the week from his homestead in the Three Rear country. He ex pects to remain here several weeks. In the case of Rodney P. Drury versus Dr. S. C. Faust of Deary, the jury returned a verdict in favor of Dr. Faust. The case is one in which Drury tried to secure usin ages of $26,300 for alleged mal practice of the defendant, which is alleged to have necessitated the am putation of the plaintiff's leg. Miss Evelyn Hanson was a Lewis ton visitor over the week end. ^ Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Guy passed thru Kendrick from Gtangeville last Sat urday morning on their way to Oklahoma, where they will visit friends and relatives. Xf Jack Heacox and Harry Grainier of Juliaetta were transacting busi ness in Kendrick, Monday. Harry Hupp ot Little Bear ridge went to Lewiston last Friday on business. John Hill left for Bellingham the first of the week to visit his mother Lester Crocker purchased Emulus Brown's mail route equipment this week. He will start carrying mail on route 1 about the Hist of the year. John L. Woody ot Moscow was transacting business in Kendrick, Tuesday. yÇ Oscar Torgerson was in Kendrick Wednesday morning on his way to Lewiston. He has been working at Camp 10 near Bovill until last week when the camps in that vicinity were closed down. He said the snow was 32 inches deep there last Saturday. Ernest Bolon of Lewsiton arrived Wednesday for a brief visit with relatives. Geuige Barnum stated this week that he had rented the warehouse at the east end of town, belonging to the Idaho Bean & Elevator Co. He expects to put in a complete wood working shop with machinery neces sary to handle most ahy kind ot wood work. He may also handle considerable lumber here. Mrs. F. A. Varo arrived last week from Leavenworth, .Wash., tor a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Long. Mr. Varo is expected here the last of the week. ber E. on 24, ly a by of to 3 During the pust ten days there as been an unusually latge num ber of duckfc along Potlatch creek between Kendrick and Juliaetta. E. E. McDowell and S. P. Callison each bagged a few. The ducks feed on the water cress along the creek during the extremely cold weather. There will be a program and sup per in the Presbyterian church basement Sunday night, December 24, at 6 o'clock. Everybody cordial ly invited. Bring the children. *fThe radio nuts in Kendrick heard a concert Wednesday night, given by the "CRv Dye Works Choral Society" ot Los Angeles. One of the baa features ot the present system of radio broadcasting is that there are so many sending stations with the same w&ve length that one has to listen to several concerts at the same time. One of them may be going on in California, another in Alberta and maybe a third in Texas. The radio instruments are "m tune" but the concerts may be rendering 3 different selections at the same time, so the harmony is not all that could be desired. However, Otto Bchupfer and A. V. Dunkle both have "raido ear" and can no doubt differentiate the various conceit numbers that come on the air at the bame time. A. L. Jones drew the first prize ot $10.00 at the Kendrick Store last Friday. Mfs. R. Murphy drew the second prize of $5 and A. L. Jones the third prize ot $2.50 Out of over 1,000 numbers Mr. Jones was lucky to draw two prizes. VMrs. J. W. Phillips of Lewiston and her daughter-in-law of Chicago spent IhurBdav in Kendrick with Mrs. Harold Thomas. NOTICE The annual meeting ot the stock holders of the Fraternal Temple Company will be held Tuesday, Jan uary 9, at 2 o'clock. M. O. Raby, Sec retary. 61-lt Summerfield Custodian The board of Latah county com 6 -S'. <?rry Qiriatmas To Our Valued Customers As the Christmas season is fast drawing to a close— the greatest holiday season tnis store has ever enjoyed—we wish to extend to you. one and all, the heartiest of Christmas Greetings. May the New Year just dawning, with its bright horizon speaking ot better times, better con ditions, better people, meet your every expectation. May the Year 1928 be your best. WOLLER'S STORE Cameron Idaho Champion Shot's With Rifle Sister Expert Herself •mr asst r RGET practice is becoming a popular sport among young women in various parts of the country. It promises to become "quite the rage.", Shown here is Miss Helon Stokes, star markswoman Of tha' girls' Hlle team of Central High School. Washington. D. C. She is a sister of Waljter R. Stokes, who won a Avar Id's target championship at the recent competition at Milan. Italy. missioners closed their session Mon dy afternoon as a board ef equaliza tion and met Tuesday to transact current business, says the Star Mirror. The resignation of Charles Summertield as deputy sheriff was accepted and Mr. Summerfield was appointed custodian of the court house to succeed John Canham, who resigned on account of ill health. Mr. Summertield will assume his duties at once in the new capacity, but will aid when necessary in the sheriff's office, where he has been an efficient deputy during two terms of Sheriff John L. Woody. Watch! The Fox Is coming! Win One and Lose One The basketball game between the Kendrick and Kooskia high school teams, played in the local gym nasium last Friday, resulted rather* disastrously for the Kendrick girls. The score for the visitors was some thing over 50 and as the locals made a decidely smaller score there is no need for a comparison at this time. The boys game was a dandy and was pronounced by the spectators to ne the best game of the season. Kooskia has a splendid team and their defeat here was the first they have suffered this season. The score was 23 to 21 in favor ot Kendrick boys. Walter Thomas refered a very satisfactory game and was decided ly fair to both teams. Watch! The Fox is coming! Southwick News The Mustoe brothers are taking ad vantage of the excellent sleighing by hauling hay to Cream Ridge where a they are farming. ,<>* Fred Whittenger of Nez Perce Prairie was here a few days last week looking after business and visit- ! ing relatives. ills Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Howland of A p | mira, Wash., announce the birth of j re a seven pound son on Dec. 4th. Prof essor Howland was formerly princi pal of the high school at this place. Little Miss Phyllis Elvy had the misfortune of getting a pitch fork tine run through her leg last week. She is now able to be In school again. Giren Mustoe and family were week end guests of the Gordon Harris family. Harold Whittinger butchered an eight month old hog last week which weighed over three hundred pounds. Chas. Harris and Herman MeyeT of the Cameron Community attended the Ladles Aid Sale last Saturday night. The Ladies Aid Sale and dinner given Friday, drew a large crorwd and many complimentary remarks were made regarding both; especial ly the dinner. A few things which were not sold during the day were auctioned off later. Every thing brought a good price and the ladles were well pleased, They wish to thank every one who contributed to help make the day a success. The Ladies Missionary Society gave a sale Saturday, serving hot lunches all day they continued the same a half day Wednesday. They are much pleased with the proceeds. Mr. Calvert wished to request those having items for the paper to hand them to Mrs. Gus Ziemann who will act as correspondent for the Gazette in the future. School Notes < Professor Daugherty and the pupils of the eighth grade room were guests of the high school during English period last Monday. Mr. Daugherty assisted as chairman for the debate given by the pupils of the ninth grade. The tenth grade regret losing one to® C®mpsumy "The Quality Store At this season of the year we are gratefully reminded of those whose friendly goodwill and co-operation have contributed to our success, and we feel that 1922 should not pass from us without extending to you an expression ot our appreciation of the cordial relations that have always ex isted between us and we take this opportunity to wish you m A Merry, Merry Christmas and we are sincere in hoping that the year 1928 will bring to you the best you have ever known in health, happiness and prosperity. 'That is our wish to you. ,<>* their pupils. Herman Smith who was called to Spokane to attend the Illness of his mother ! A number of the high school pup ills attended the play given at Leland | Thursday. All enjoyed the play and j re P orted a good ti me, A post card brings onr price list. Write far 1«! We par what we guate. Shipments held separate when requested, AND RB TVRNBD AT OUR EIPBXSB, If sur valuatten Is net satlafaetery* tie sure und pet our prices be fere rau ship. DENVER RAW FUR COMPANY Department 8. 1630-32 Blake St., Denver, Cole. j The Very Highest Prices for RAW FURS 5£Pi50MS' H pjRe en rNGS A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Is Our Greeting to You We thank you, our Friends, for your patronage during the past year, for your numerous expres sions of good will, tor your kindly words of encouragement and lastly tor your unlimited patience with our shortcomings. »STANTON BROS. "Where the New Things Are Newest" Several of the ninth grade are re hearsing a play "Which is Which", to be given at the next meeting of the Community clu^ Several of tk'e pupils of the high school visited at the home of Mr. Ervin Sunday.