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The Kendrick gazette. (Kendrick, Idaho) 1892-1968, December 29, 1922, Image 3

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Garage and Repair Shop
Goodyear Tires
GASOLINE 27c
Ford and Chevrolet Service
KENDRICK AUTO COMPANY
Roberts Bros.
A*»-r
m'WMUllH
Does Your Top Leak?
Right now vs 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 be too late.
Kendrick!Garage Co.
DeobaldIBros. Props.
Anyone
Ask anyone you know
which is the highest
quality baking powder
and almost invariably
they will tell you ROYAL.
"My cakes are 100% better
since I bought that can of
Royal," writes one delighted
user, and everywhere—
among your friends, neigh
bors, relatives—you will
hear similar commendations.
Royal Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
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RESOLVE !
TO SOLVE YOUR,
TROUBLES IN
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USING^AND
READING
THE.
NT AD
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
Mother's Favorite.
The soothing and healing proper
ties of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
its pleasant taste aqd 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
whooping cough, as it always affords
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 be delivered and piled at school
building in Kendrick not later than
August 1, 1923. Successful bidder
to furnish hond for $200 for taith
ful performance of contract.
M. B. McConnell, Clerk. 50-3t
mm
CRATES FOR PRIZE WINNERS
Proper Care le of Big Importance In
Arranging and Handling Exibi
tion Coope.
(Prepared by the United States Department
of Agriculture.)
Not infrequently improperly built
and unsuitable coops have resulted in
accidents and damage to the fowl in
transit, or have presented the birds
in such objectionable surroundings
tbat they have been neither pleasing
to the general spectator nor to the
judge.
Where fowls are shipped by express,'
In order to have them reach their desti
nation in the best possible condition,
they should be transported in special
shipping coops, which should be sub
stantially built and able to withstand
rough handling. Such a coop may be
made from waste lumber salvaged from
dry-goods boxes or second-hand half
inch material. Boards more than one
half Inch thick should not be used, as
they make the coop too heavy and the
express charges excessive. The coop
should be nailed together with the
supports of the slats or cover on the
top. which should be put on with
screws or hinges and hooks, so that it
may be easily opened. This is import
ant, as the top or cover must be opened
each time the coop is used, and If put
on with nails It is soon broken and the
coop spoiled.
There are standard sizes of coops
which commonly are used for shipping
poultry, the dimensions of these con
tainers varying according to the num
ber of fowl to he transported. The
following dimensions should be used
In constructing the coop : For one hen or
cock, 12 inches wide, 18 inches long,
and 24 inches high ; for two hens or
one hen and cock, 12 inches wide, 24
inches long, and 24 inches high. In
preparing for shipment, a small quanti
ty of hay, straw, or dry shavings
should be placed In the bottom of the
coop to nbsorh moisture, and two cups
or cans should be provided—one for
feed and one for water. The cups
should be fastened securely to the
side walls in opposite corners.
Special exhibition coops should be
used by poultry-club members in ex
hibiting fowls at county and school
fairs or other exhibitions, or by adult
showmen In displaying their champion
poultry. Such coops should not be
used for shipping poultry, bnt may be
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An Attractive Show Ring Coop Help«
Wonderfully in Displaying Fowls.
employed to take the birds to the
show, if carried by wagon or motor
car. The floor should be solid and the
framework of wooden strips, 2 Inches
wide and Inches thick. The top,
back and sides may be covered with
lath, wire netting, or any kind of tliin,
strong cloth. The front should be of
2-inch wire netting. If It Is impossible
to obtain netting, however, laths may
be used, but the strips should be placed
about 2% inches apart, to afford ns
much opportunity as possible to see
the birds. The coop should be made In
the form of a 2-foot cube, and will
accommodate one mature bird or a
pair of chickens. If more than tills
are to he exhibited together the coop
should be made larger in proportion
to the number of fowls It is to ac
commodate.
Every poultry-club member or other
fowl fancier, who intends to exhibit
birds, should construct one or more
exhibition coops of this type, accord
ing to the number of specimens he In
tends to exhibit. Birds can be trained
and conditioned in these coops before
the exhibition, and after becoming
accustomed to them they will appear
to better advantage when being judged.
Furthermore, when birds are shown
in coops of this kind that are uniform
In size and type, not only is the ap
pearance of the showroom improved,
but the individual exhibit is more at
tractive. Training and exhibiting
some of the best specimens of both
old and young birds every fall is an
interesting and Important part of boys'
poultry-club work.
GRIT IS MOST ESSENTIAL
Many poultry raisers gradual
ly begin to slight the importance
of grit Lack of grit means
poor digestion and impaired
health. Regular poultry grit
should be kept before the fowls
in boxes or hoppers at all times.
In addition, a loud of gravel
near the chickens' home would
improve the health and increase
the egg yield on many a farm.
The Henery Hoozits
By Garry
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Cameron New*
Utto Silflcw and Alex Larson left
for Spokane last Thursday. From
there Otto went to Mullan, Wash.,
to visit relatives, while Alex re
turned home.
The following attended the pro
gram at the Grinolris school house
last Friday evening: Rev. and Mrs.
Rein, Laura, Minnie and Etta
Blum, Miss Keller, Aug. Brammer,
Chas. Harris, Herman Meyer and
Gus Blum.
Albert Brammer and George Lar
son are home during the holidays,
but expect to leave fer the mines
again. We are glad to have them
back in our midst again.
Miss Hannan Hartung is home
for a week or so, but will soon leave
for Seattle.
Fairview Items
X Jack Kuykendall came home from
Wallace, Friday, to spend Christ
mas with his mother. His brother
Wayne is sick in the hospital at
Wallace and was unable to come
home but was improving at last re
ports.
V Virgil Fleshman and family were
Sunday dinner guests at the Lyle
Harrison home.
\ Ereil Woody is visiting his uncle,
J. L. Glenn.
X Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Corkill were
Sunday visitors at the J. M. Wood
ward home.
X Mrs. T. J. Fleshman entertained
at Christmas dinner, Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Fleshman and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Glen Fleshman of Lewis
ton and James Helton and wife.
X Mrs. McCall and two sons are
spending vacation week m Palouse,
Wash., visiting relatives.
KChristmas dinner guests at the
Wilfred Corkill home were Mr. and
Mrs. Abner Corkill and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Corkill and Miss
Edna Quick.
JfMr. and Mrs. Fiank Wilken and
family were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Shultz, Sunday, and were guests for
Christmas dinner at the Fred
Schoeffler home.
FOR OVER 40 YEARS
HAUL'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.
DO NOT OVERFEED CHICKENS
Great Secret Is Never to Allow Lay
ing Hens to Get Overfat—Fat
Fowl Is Lazy.
Do not go on the supposition that
the more feed you give your hens and
pullets, the more eggs they will pro
duce. This Is a waste of words to the
average poultry keeper, but there are
thousands of beginners who are over
feeding their fowls and wondering
why they are not gathering a plenti
ful supply of eggs.
The great secret of feeding is never
to allow your laying hens to get over
fat. It is much better to have the
birds go away from the trough some
what hungry than to have a portion
left over from the meal. The surest
way to tell if a hen is too fat is to
lift her, examine the rear of her body
and you can easily detect If there Is
an excess of fat by the color of the
skin. A fat hen Is lazy, cares nothing
for work, cannot easily fly and soon
becomes tired when chased.
Addition of Alfalfa to Kation for Cat
tle Gives Better and More
Profitable Gains.
Experiments of the United Slates
Department of Agriculture have shown
that alfalfa added to a ration for fat
tening cattle or young growing stock
gives better and more profitable gains.
Compared with hay from sorghum
and the grasses, alfalfa has consist
ently given the best gains. There
seems to be little difference in the re
suits given by the alfalfa or clover and
other legumes, hut alfalfa is more pal
atable and Is more readily and com
pletely consumed.
ESTIMATE MARKETING COST
Whether Sold Through Commission
Man or Growers' Assosiation
There Is Expense.
Do not forget that It. costs some
thing to sell farm products. Whether
you sell or your merchant, commission
man or growers' association sell!*,
there will he cost. You can't get serv
ice for nothing. Whatever your plan
may he. estimate the cost and pay
what Is necessary for economical mar
keting.
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
mymg
Residence Phone 726
Kendrick Dray and Ice Co.
Frank Chamberlain, Prop.
Horseshoeing
General Blacksmithing
Wagon and Carriage Shop
All work Guaranteed.
ALL KIMDS OF
Repairing neatly done.
Frank Crocker
Merchants' Lunch
At Noon from 11:30 to 2:00
50c
Commercial Hotel
F. E. ERICKSON
Professional Cards
DR. A. OTTERAAEN
PHYSICIAN
Phone 832
KENDRICK,; IDAHO
Dr. William T. Seeley
Physician
and
Surgeon
Iceland, - - Idaho
Dr. >S. A. Roe
Practice Limited to Diseases of the '
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat
Glasses Fitted
Office Over Beach's] Store]
LEWISTON,JIDAHO
Dr. D. SMITH, Dentist
Office hours 9jto 12 1 to 4
Phone 742
KENDRICK, IDAHO W*
KENDRICK ;LODGE NO. 26.
A. F. <81 A. M.
Meets every second and
last Thursday of the month
M.O. Raby.W. M.
M. B. McConnell, Secretary.
A. H. OVERSMITH
Attornevat-Law
Urqubart! Building Third Street
Moscow. Idaho.
EQUITABLE
Life Assurance Society of U. S.
Wm. H. Stump
Representative
Southwick, Idaho
N. R. Shepherd
The Auctioneer
TROY, IDAHO.
Barber Shop
Courteous Treatment
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
William Rodera
Hotel Kendrick
Taylor A Erickson, Props.
GOOD ROOMS
Soft Drinks and Candy
Cigars and Tobacco
Commercial Trade Solicited
Kendrick, Idaho
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J. J. PICKERD
Licensed J Embalmer
and Undertaker
Auto Equipment. Lady attend
ant. Stock of goods in Ken
drick. Phone 462K, or 376
Troy, or see
G. F. WALKER
WANTED
Cattle, hogs and sheep
Hides and Wool.
Call
Holbrook & Emmett
When You Are Constipated.
To insure a healthy action of the
bowels and correct disorders of the
liver, take two of Chamberlain's Tab
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.

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