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Miss Baker, University ot Idaho
student, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McCrea. X According to figures published by the Idaho Experiment Station, Dec ember was the coldest of any December weather tor the past 18 years. The snowfall tor the month was the largest recorded in Decem ber tori 7 years. Prosecuting Attorney John Nisbet atter the first of the year will de vote his time to the practice ot law in partnership with Judge Warren Truitt, with offices in Moscow at the First National Bank Building. Don't overlook the fact that your 1918 war savings stamps will fall due January 1. They will uot draw interest after that date. X* Carl Hfown came down from Spok ane to spend Christmas here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gardner went to Clarkston to spend the week end at the home of Mrs. Gardner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bibb. X Mrs. Charles Thornton and son, Doyle, arrived last Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. M. Bleck. K. Haizlip ot HilJyard, Wash., spent Christmas with friends m Kendrick. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brooks of Lewiston visited a short time Mon day at the home of their daughter, Mrs. E. W. Luts. The local W. O. W. Lodge has issued invitation this week to its members for a grand installation ceremony and banquet for Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Newton and family went to Clarkston Monday for a brief visit with friends. X The Misses Agnes and Margaret Cox, who are students at the Uni versity of Idaho, are spending their vacation at the home of their par ents on American ridge. As a general thing the week be tween Christmas and New Years Day is one of the quiet weeks ot the year from a business standpoint and this week has proved no exception to the rule. Merchants have been invoicing this week and will söon know whether to figure their profits on the credit or debit side of the ledger. >; Chauncey Compton, Gilbert and Violet Kiley went to Cavendish last Friday where they played for a dance. AI McKee of Lapwai was transact mg business here Wednesday. He -stated that weather was so mild there the first of the week that farmers were considering the idea of plowing. The American Legion gave a ban quet in the diningroom of the Com mercial Hotel, last night, at which time officers for the ensuing year were nominated. X- Miss Olga Wolff arrived last Sat urday from Spokane to visit her parents near Leland. Walter Thomas was in Moscow Thursday on business. Kev. Wm. T. Russell will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at the usual hour. His theme will be "The Prince ot Peace.'' Sunday school at ID a. m X The surlace of crushed rock be ing put on the road northeast ot town is seven inches thick—four inches of coarse rock base and three inches ot tine top coat with clay binder. X Kester Daminarull, Rex Picker ing and Noria Call ison came down from Moscow 1 Friday evening of last week to spend the holiday vaca tion with home folks. The Epworth Laguee basketball team, composed of members of the Kendrick High School alumni, play ed the reglar high school lineup at the gym Wednesday evennig. It was a hard tought battle but the high school boys carried off the honors by a score ot 39 to 22. The game was very close the first half, but the League boys couldn't stand the pace in the second halt. The lineup ot the Leaguers follows: John and Kes ter Dammarell, Cecil Chamberlain, Rex Pickering and Noria Callison. n very enjoyable social was held in the church basement after the game. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thomas spent Jhristmas in Lewiston at the home ot Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Dirks. y Miss Manila and Harold Hanson are spending their Christmas vaca tion at the home ot their parents. The Okoke Klootchman Club spent a very enjoyable evening at the Commercial Hotel. Mrs. Erickson served a splendid dinner at 7 p. m. bridge being the principal topic of conversation the rest of the evening. Those at the three card tables were Messrs, and Mesdames Old field, McConnell, Knepper, Dunkle, Erickson and Lutz. The members ot the Rebekah lodge held a cooked food sale at the Midget Cafe last Saturday. The proceeds were used tor lodge pur poses. _ George Davidson was in Moscow on business Thursday. Arthur Wegner arrived last Sat urday to spend Christmas with his folks here. He expects to return to Portland Sunday., where be will re sume his work at dental college. Joe Gardner was called to Ciark ston on the afternoon train Wednes day, on account of the serious ill ness of his brother, who was suffer ing with a severe attack of pneu monia. Entertainments were held at both local churches Christmas eve. The Methodist church had a Christmas tree and program and the Presby terians a 6 o'clock luncheon and afterward a program. There was a good attendance at both affairs. >; Mr. and Mrs. O. E. MacPherson 'and son, Donald, spent Christmas eve at the N. E. Ware home on Bear ridge. M iss Edith Compton, teacher in the Boise city schools, arrived Sat urday to spend her vacation at the home of her parents. Owing to the busv time and un favorable weather last week the at tendance at the high school play was not as large as expected. Satur day night the crowd was very small, due laregly to the heavy downpour of rain. The members of the cast acquitted themselves very well in deed, although handicapped by hav ing to play to so many empty seats. It has been suggested that the same play given at a more favorable time would draw a good house. R. D. Newton is enjoying a visit with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. R. 1. Newton of Farley, Iowa, who arrived Wednesday afternoon. It is the first time they have all been together for ten years. W. D. Mc Gregor ot Moscow, father of Mrs. Newton, is also visiting at the New ton home. Rev. Atkins, Methodist minister of Juliaetta, was taken to Spokane Thursday morning. He has been seriously ill for some time and mav have to undergo an operation. X Herman Wegner of Asotin and Adolph Wegner of Lewiston arrived last Sunday morning to spend Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wegner. Doc Van Wert went to Orotino last Tuesday to test a bunch of cattle for tuberculosis. The New Year 1923 It is our wish to you who help make our business suc cesstul, that the New Year 1928 will be your best and that you will enjoy a full measure of health, happiness and prosperity. PERRYMAF'S CONFECTIONERY IN APPRECIATION The spirit ot the season prompts us to express our keen appreciation of your Friendship and Good Will which you have so generously bestowed upon us> in the past. We prize it ; we will endeavor at all times to merit its continuance. The Farmers Bank A jolly Christmas was spent at the McCrea nome. Donald and Walter brought tour University men home with them for a visit over the holidays; they were Bsbe Biown, Jim Neal, Eugene Ostrand er and Francis Sheneberger. Miss Winifred Mellison, sister of Mrs. McCrae. and Miss Bessie McCrea, her neice, also arrived last week to spend Christmas here. Babe Brown is a famous athlete and was captain of the 1922 football team. Jim Neal also played on the team.. Ostrander is a member ot the baseball team. Miss Edith D. Smith of Spokane arrived Wednesday noon for a visit with her aunt, Mrs. H. P. Hull. JF R. B. Parks of Inland went to Spokane, Thursday, on business. My little girl asked me some thing the other dav that I haven't been anle to figure out yet. She goes to church and it seems that away back in Bibe times when they wasn't only four people on earth yet, some man called Kane got sore and killed a fellow by the name of Able, and when be saw what he'd done it scared him. My little girl says: "Daddy, if nobody had ever been dead yet, how did he know he bad killed him?'' And darned if I know what to tell ner.—"Salome Sun.'' Legion Dance Next Friday The American Legion will hold a New Year's Dance at the Fraternal Temple, Friday evening, January 5. Orchestra music will be furnished for the occasion a^d lunch at the usual hour. DR. S. I. RINGSAGE Licensed Sanipractor Graduate from the following institu tions: The Weltmer School of Healing Nevada, Missouri, class of 1908. The Howard Post Graduate System of Chicago, including chiropractic, osteo pathy and naturopathy; also Zone Therapy, a nerve pressure system taught by Dr. VV. B. Thompson of Los Angeles, Cal.; and the Legrange method of reducing dislocations of the joints, by Ellis Whitman. Sanipractic is a new name for old methods, meaning the practice of health. Anyone or all of the old drug less methods can be included in Sani practic, for instance the above speci fied and more. DR. S. I. RINGSAGE, S. P. Phone 462 Walker Bldg. Res. Phone 6615 Kendrick. Hours 10 to 12 A. M. and 2 to 4 P. Sf ■ And by appointment. 52-lp "Gncle, what did that mule try to do to you." "I don't know, boss." said the old negro, who was feeling himself all over to find out where he was hurt, "but de minute dat mule h'isted his heels I knew he w.rn t tryin' to do me. no favi —Birmingham Age Herald. Right in Style In Spreewald T *IS Is a bride, of the Spreewald, Germany, dressed for the mar riage ceremony. Her gown, and all accessories, are right In style— for the Spreewald. • Fashions don't Change often there, however. The same thing has been strictly up U> date for a good many generations. Local Ads Watch! The Fox is coming! For Sale: Gearhart Auto-Knitter. P. O. Box 32, Kendrick. 52-lp Lost: Cattle branded Diamond N on left side, right ear cropped. Reward. Fred Nagel, Genesee, Idaho. 52-4p FOR SALE: Monmouth cream separater, size 4J, price $20. Call and see it at Gazette office. 52-3t LOST: Foxhound, white ànd brown spotted, end of tail cut off. Please Phone 1525. 51-2p FOR SALE: $5.00 Gilette safety razor, $2. Inquire Gazette. 51-2t For Sale: Registered Poland China male hog, age 17 months. Wilfred Corklll, Leland. 51-2p Mrs. Laura M. Hoyt Recommends Chamberlain's Tablets 'T 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. To Every Last One of You We wish a very happy and prosper ous New Year, and with this wish we are extending to you an ex pression of genuine appreciation for the business which you have given us this year— together with the desire that the New Year 1923 may bring to you all the good fortune you may have wished might be yours. KENDRICK HARDWARE COMPANY Look for the RED LINE' *round the Top I to CD White Lehigh White Short Boot H i - press M ining Footwear Cut Your Footwear Bills in Half You don't have to half-sole these boots and shoes—they don't need it. Goodrich White Soles will actually outwear steel hobnails. Come to us for the rubber footwear with the Red Line 'round the top and save money. Kendrick Store Co. Our Calendars Are Here They have no pretty picture on them, being strictly a utility calendar — a metal base with a small calendar pan and a want list pad attached. Every housewife will want one in her kitchen. We have only a limited supply of these and trust our friends will call early for them. Will the lady of the house please call for one. »STANTON BROS. "Where the New Things Are Newest"