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Surrounding Territory ********** ******* * MARBLE FRONT ITEMS ♦ ***************** School opened in this district Mon day after the enforced vacation caused by the influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Whitney were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Bray. Horace Milliner received his dis charge from the army and has arrived home from an eastern camp. He has been in the heavy artillery and re ceived his discharge from Camp Dodge, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fugate enter tained at New Year's dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Davenport and daughter Elanor and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Bales of Caldwell. Sterling Bowman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bowman, is reported sick with the Flu, but is getting along nicely at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mason took New Year's dinner with Mrs. J. H. Job of Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Davis and fami ly moved Friday from the Commercial Orchard to Mrs. Ward's place west of Middleton. The Davis family have been with us for the past ten years and we are sorry to have them leave this district. Mr. George Clinton and Mr. Moore of Nampa were callers at the Ole Lar son ranch Sunday. Bruce McElwain, who has been home on an eight day furlough re turned to Camp Lewis last week. Mrs. D. C. Goodlow visited with Mrs. W. H. Mesler, south of Caldwell, Monday. J. E. Jones purchased a seven pas senger car last week. William Christ died Saturday noon of influenza at the home of his par ents, Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Christ. Interment was made in the Middleton cemetery Sunday afternoon, Rev. Mas ters of Boise, conducted the funeral services. The Christ family have the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement. Will Milliner and family were Sun day dinner guests of the Geo. Milliner family. Miss Ethel Fugate returned to Cald well Monday to attend the high school An Excellent Blanket At a Liberal Saving This is the very blanket that you need now and will need again next winter. The quality is the very best and at the price it will pay you to buy gonerously. There are three coiors—blue, pink and tan all-over pattern plaid on white ground. A Special Price of $5.95 An Early Showing of Spring Shoe Styles There's one place in town to get the newest styles early, and that's here. We have about twelve new styles of Spring Boots that have just arrived. They are in the win dows and in our department for your inspection. Pay the department a visit. We want you to see them and pass judgment on them. Here are two of the new ones. Brown Kid Lace Shoe Brown kid lace shoe with imitation stitched tip and leather semi-Louis heel. A white welting adds greatly to the at tractiveness of this shoe. Price $8,00 Gray Kid Lace Shoe This shoe was ordered early or we would not have it, as the government placed a ban on grays before the season was fairly started. Has white welting and leather semi" Louis heel with aluminum plate. Price $8.50 Furs One-Half Price No "ifs" and "ands" about it—Every Fur One-Half Price That's an important announcement! The finest quali ties, carefully chosen from reliable furriers. We'll make good if they do not. Store Hours—8 to 5:30 week days 8 to 9 Saturdays and will stay at the home of her grand father, J. M. Summers. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. King were visiting Sunday in Riverside at the E. B. Fields' home. Mrs. Geo. Milliner and son, Robert, have been ill with influenza but arc re ported as improving. Mrs, C. C. Bales and daughter, Ethel, Lucille and Lousie Bales and Miss Mary Fugate spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fugate. Misses Mary Whitffin (and Mary Flynn, Horace Millner, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Milliner and family spent Sun day evening at the Walter Thomas home. Mrs. W. W. Christ and son Henry are quite ill with influenza. Mrs. Crooke and daughter of Cald well were callers at the W. S. Rogers home Sunday. John Thomas, father of Lee and Walter Thomas, is very ill with pneu monia at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred Chaney of Middleton. L. F. Cook has been on the sick list but is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cress are moving this week to the Commercial Orchard that the v recently purchased from the Commercial Bank. Marjorie Rogers was taken sick with appendicitis last week but is slowly improving. Miss Rachel Wells spent Sunday with her sister Luella at the Chas. Milliner home in Caldwell. Charley Lyrick, a Gem county pa tient, died of apoplexy Saturday at the county farm and was interred in Can yon Hill cemetery. Doran and Emory Corn are recov ering from the influenza. Elmer Hodges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodges, is reported sick. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thomas and family are spending the week with Mrs. Thomas, mother of Mrs. K. P. Plowman, in Boise» Mrs. L. S. Dille, president of our Red Cross auxiliary, urges any of the ladies who could assist in the sewing to call or se e her regarding some very necessary work which must soon be finished. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Corn of Mid dleton visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Corn. If you have any form of dry Eczema or Pimples, heal your skin with the soothing ointment Dry Zensal. For the watery eruptions Moist Zensal will give speedy relief. 75c ajar. Botkin-Joy Drug Co. ***************** * ROSWELL * ***************** Mrs. C. V. Cottier and sons, Wen dell and Eugene, left Sunday evening for Portland where Mr. Cottier has been employed for the past few months. The public schools did not open Monday but the six upper grades are doing school work at home under the direction of the faculty. G. L. McCormick had a narrow es cape Saturday. While he was alone on the ranch he was attacked by a large hog, thrown to the ground and one leg was severely cut by the ani ^mal's tusks. Mr. McCormick suc ceeded in getting away from the ani mal and to the house where he sum moned help by phone. Mrs. Wm. Muller of Caldwell came down Friday to spend a few days visiting old friends. Earl Pack has bought a Grant Six. Among the teachers leaving Ros well for the re-opening of school Monday were Misses Vinnie and Olive McCormick who teach at Sunny Slope and Mrs. Gilbert McCormick who teachers in the Caldwell high school Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Birch and Mrs. Blanch Baxter motored to Boise, Sunday. Edgar Dilley and Joseph Dilley were in Caldwell, Monday. Louise McCormick returned to Caldwell Sunday to foe present at the reopening of the College of Idaho. Miss Iva Whitwell, teacher of music in the public schools, has been called to her home in Flint, Michigan, by the illness of her mother. She tendered to the school board her resignation. Miss Ruth Rice, a student in a Boise business college, spent several days of last wek at the home of her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Rice. Misses Iva Whitman, Mary Buckner and Janette Reese were house guests Friday and Saturday at the A. J. Mc Cormick home. Norman Jacobson of Boise and Earl Gardner of Caldwell spent a few days last week visiting Roswell friends. Guernsey Abbott left Wednesday for Corvalis to resume his studies at the Oregon Agricultural College. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McLaughlin who for severaf weeks have been working on the Dilley ranch on the upper bench, returned Thursday to their home in Emmett. Inflwnza is in five families in this neighborhood. Ice houses were filled last week The ice is of excellent quality and is about six inches thick. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McCormick and daughter. Miss Louise, spent New Year's day with Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCormick in Caldwell. Miss Helen Pearson, who is attend ing Links Business College In Boise, spent the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Parsons. Much excitement was caused Fri day evening when a car occupied by three women and two children caught fire near George Camo's. Although the car was inclosed all escaped with out injury. Mr. Camp succeeded in extinguishing the fire and later took the party in his car to Caldwell. Earl Gardner and Wade Lowell former Roswell high school boys, are attending the College of Idaho. Sidnev and Forrest Hamilton have returned from France where they saw a year of service. ********** ******* * WILDER * ***************** G. G. Biggs has purchased the Wilder dray line, formerly owned by C. W. Patterson, who has rented a ranch in Sunny Slope for the coming season. Sam Bollinger and son, Dan. left Saurday evening for Redona, Calif., where they will join the rest of the family who left recently for there and with them will Jpend the winter in California. Mrs. D. F. Raker, who has been visiting her daughter Mrs. J. C. Thrail kill in Wilder for several davs, re turned to her home in Boise Monday evening. Mrs. Ritsema received word Mon day from Holland that her brother had died of influenza there. The Wilder public schools opened Monday, having been closed since th closing order enacted by the state hoard of health first went into effect at the beginning of the infturnza epidemic. L. F. Vernon of Boise was a busi ness visitor in Wilder. Friday. ' The Caldwell Traction omnany are finishing their denot at Wi'der and an agent will soon he installed. ***************** * MIDWAY NFWS ***************** Frank Hoffman d'ed Monday morn ing. Tanuarv 6. from infln-nza after an illness of a few davs. He leaves a wife and little child who are sick from the same disease. Internent wis in Kohlerlawn cemetery Wednesday forenowi. Miss Dorothv Whittle at a dinner rartv New Covers were 'aid for ten were Elmer Roberts of Roise. Harold Murray of Natnna. Misses Harri Fox and Helma Norton. Messrs ("*•« Nichols and Ross I eighty, of Cald well. ->nd Helen Bumgarner and Rich ard Whittle. After dinner the mo tored to Boise and attended a dancing party. Mr». George Hulbert, Miss Mary "•as hostess Year's dav The crests Hulbert and Dorothy Wilson motored to Boise, Tuesday. James P. Waters received his dis charge from the army, and returned home from Camp Lewis, New Year's day. Wes Rogers and family of Caldwell were visitors at the W. L. Lake home Tuesday. H. F. Haynes, who was called to Missouri some time ago on account of the serious illness of his mother, returned home last week, coming by way of California and bringing his daughter, Mrs. Welch and three chil dren with him. Mr. Welch will come later, and expects to locate here. Hy J. Davis, who has been suffer ing several days from influenza, was taken to St. Alphonsus hospital, Boise, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson of Melba visited at the O. G. Smyth home Tuesday. G. H. Hulbert wired the barns of G. R. Marks for electricity last week. Mrs. B. M. Post visited Mrs. M. B. Black in Caldwell, Monday. Mrs. S. J. Mathews received a tele gram the first of last week saying her brother had died at Antelope, Ore. She left immediately to attend the funeral, returning home Sunday even ing. S. J. Mathews returned several days ago from Wisconsin, where he has been several weeks receiving medical treatment. Elon and Ruth Williams spent Sun day with home folks. B. M. Post and W. L. Lake attended the sale in Caldwell, Monday. After spending six weeks in the Nampa hospital, taking treatment* for blood poison, and two weeks at Sin ker Tunnel mining camp, Paul Wilson arrived in Nampa Friday, and was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Riskemire, to supper, _ after which Mr. and Mrs Riskemire took him te his home near Bowmont. H. A. Oeder and family, Mrs. C. B. Holt and daughter, and Mrs. C. M. Carpenter were entertained at dinner New Year's at the L. E. Greenslet home in Caldwell. Miss Mary Becker, who has been nursing Flu patients in Nampa and surrounding country, left for Midvale Sunday to reopen her school at that place. Mr. and Mrs. George Hulbert at tended the Shriners' watch party and dance in Boise, New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Corda visited relatives in Boise Sunday and Mon day. J. F. Riskemire was a business visi tor in Caldwell, Friday. Earl Royston of Fruitland, who was in the spruce production service and recently discharged from Vancouver barracks, and Ed Williams also of Fruitland, spent the week end at Mr. Williams' sister's home, Mrs. R. E Newfory. Miss Ethel Bumgarner and a party of Nampa young people motored to Roise New Year's eve and attended a dinner at the Club Cafe. Miss Mildred Robinson is suffering from an attack of the Flu. Mrs. F. N. Luse went to Parma Tuesday evening to visit her son and family F. A. Luse. She returned Sunday, bringing her grandson, Roy Luse, with her for a visit. Richard Whittle left for Portland Saturday evening where he expects to remain some time. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Black of Caldwell, Monday, Tanuary 6th. Mr. and Mrs. Black re cently sold their farm at Midway and moved to Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Hulbert were among the guests who were enter tained at a charming New Year's din party at 6:30 o'clock at the D W. 9 A » i i SAY, youll have a streak of smokeluck that'll put pep-in-your-smokemotor, all right, if you'll ring-in with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert for packing I Jost between ourselves, you never will wise-up to high-apot smoke-joy until you can call a pipe by ita first name, then, to hit the peak-of-pleasure you land square on that two-fiated-man-tobacco, Prince Albert 1 Well, air, youll be so all-fired happy youll want to get a photo graph of yourself breezing up th* pike with your smokethrottle wide open! Tmlk about smoke-sport f Quality makea Prince Albert so appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands outt P. A. can't bite or perch! Both are cut out by our exclusive patented processt Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what aila your particular smokeappetite I »■ESS"« rymhoro t o U c c t iê —M. ftpiyiWkf«* tin», handaomo p ound mnd half mound tin humidor r-and ml fEw km Ymm tour Prime* Albort tidy rW tin», handaom . _ — t h at mim—y, practical pound crvatol g im 0m humidor with among* mmioêmmmr top thmt hmm p a tho tooacco im ameh porfoet condition. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winaton-Salem, N. C. 50 New Houses WILL BE Built In Caldwell This Year ! We employ a large force of selected skilled mechan ics who work under the direction of our Mr. C. E. Silbaugh. He has had wide experience in the build ing trades and knows how. Our large machinery equipment and quantity buying enables us to operate on the lowest possible cost to the prospective builder. C. E. SILBAUGH COMPANY. Incorporated JOHN F. PEMBERTON, Manager Dewey Palace hotel, with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hamilton of Nampa as hosts. Mrs. Ora McConncll and children of Nampa, visited at the J. F. Riske mire home last Tuesday. C. A. Williams and family were pleasantly entertained at the II. D. Burnett home New Year's eve, watch ing the old year out. The evening was spent in visiting, games, and light re freshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. L. J. Young was a Caldwell visitor last Tuesday. Mrs. R. E. Newbry was surprised last week on receiving th e announce ment of the marriage of her sister. Belle Williams and Ed Goettling of Eagle, stating they were married in Pendleton on August 11. Thinking he would shortly be called to the service, they chose to be married be fore he left. They are living in Seattle where he is employed in the ship yards. Mr. and "Mrs. J. F. Riskemire were guests at dinner New Year's at the W. A. Hobler home in Boise. Miss Gracia Robinson has returned home from Boise, where she has been nursing Flu patients. Mr. and M»s. L. A. Whittle were Caldwell visitors Saturday. Miss Ora Ltfwellan of Deer Flat was an over-night guest of the Misses Williams Monday night. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gibson and sons of Nampa visited at the T. W. Reynolds home, Tuesday. Misses Pauline Farrel and Nellie Appy of Nampa were New Yeor's guests at the C. A. Williams home. J. V. Fry has returned to his home at Smiths Ferry after spending the holidays with his sons, T. F., and R. C. Fry. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Becker received word from their daughter, Anna, who is teaching at Garfield, Wash., that she is seriously ill with the Flu. Charles Metcalf was a business visitor in Boise, Tuesday. T. W. Reynolds was in Caldwell Monday. Miss Marguerite Bumgarner was on the sicklist several days last week. Mrs. G. W. Bright is suffering from influenza. ***************** * BRIER ROSE * ***************** Dr. Weymouth of Caldwell made a professional visit in the neighborhood on Friday. Mrs. Wilson was a celler at the Allen home in Caldwell on Sunday. H. S. Williams, a former Brier Ros e R.- A-C-I-N-E AUTO TIRES Are Guaranteed. * * * COMPTON'S * Eighth and Main. Basement ♦ ***************+* resident, spent Monday night at the W. A. Douglas home. F. W. Howard and family spent Sunday at the home of their son in Big Bend, Oregon. Chicken thieves have been in the neighborhood the past week. Look out for your hen roosts. Mr. and Mrs. Sprague of Caldwell called on Mrs. W. A. Douglas on Sunday afternoon. Jennette Runciman went to Eagle the first of the week to begin her school work again after a few weeks vacation. J. P. Johnson of Caldwell was hauling hay from this vicinity Tues day. ***************** * CANYON HILL * ***************** The Jackson sisters, Tibbie and Lois, were passengers to Boise last Thursday. Ira Wilson called on A. B. Lewis Friday evening. A. D. Roberts was a celler at the A. B. Lewis home Saturday evening. Mr. Summers is moving to his ranch recently purchased from Charley Rob ertson. The Short family are recovering from their illness. The Rigley sisters were out to a skating party Sunday afternoon. Berth Rigley accompanied her sister, Mydtle to the city and stayed over night with her. A. B. received a letter Monday from Mrs. Lewis at Salt Lake, stating that her daughter and grand child were slowly recovering from the Flu, and had left the hospita.1. Mrs. Lewis dwill be home the last of the week. G. H. Myers has lease the W. W. Lewis ranch for the coming season. The Canyon Hill school has not started yet, but may start the 13th. Harold Johnston, who has been at a Boise hospital for some time suffer ing from complications arising from influenza, is now well on th road to recovery. He will be brought home within a few days.