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VOL. 1.
EMMETT, CANYON COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1803.
NO. 9,
To the
EmmeH: T
You are financially
interested in «('cur
ing the rest goods
Imm the largest as
sortment for the!
least money,
are making surpris
ing reductions in
all of our extensive'
We
lines, Dry Good
s.
Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Carpets, and
G it »ceries.
ll will
pay you to investi
gate!
Silunwald Bros. Co.,
(LIMITED.)
Bois« City, Idaho.
rHK'lKTIKs.
F IRST M. E. church of Emm**il. Regular ser
vie^»» on the first Sunday In euch month at
... ; ; to Ill ,1
Sunday* at T:3e p. in. Sunday school every v un
day morning at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting
M «I ) Wodaeatte] ex ■ uin^.
L Yorso Pastor
F IRST BAPTIST church of Emmett
lar *enrlces ut II a. m aud 7:30 ii. ui on the
fourth Sunday of each month In M. I. tT.u-ch.
Rkv. I. G. Pbkkins Pa-tor.
R« I
E M METTS V'lLLE LODGE No. II. : O. O F.
Meet» on 1st aud 3rd Saturday night* of
standing
Cham OAKES.
N. G.
each month. All Odd Fellows in g
cordially invited to attend.
FlNDl.KV Mt'NKOK.
Secretary.
QU O H DA V EMPÖRT.
>
• '
DENTIST
• I Sat unlay of
Will he in Kmiuett on Friday
rk Mirictly f1r*t-cla**.
cucli we**k. All
n«. K. CLYMER.
db Surgoon
Idaho.
Day or night call* promptly answered.
Emmet.
H. C. B. HKIKRI.Y
D
PliysiolAU c fa Surgoon
HoImv Idaho.
le lluildimr. Main st. Will be In
office tn Spend
v.mmell every Thursday
QB.C- A. S. «BOSSHR.
Fbyalclau ds Surgeon
Boise. Idaho.
Dr. I*n»»*er i* a xraduute of Bellevue Hospital
OoUwr. at 1 » York City ami ha* • nt
Uw la4 *i» moalba lm the I'u*' Graduate roll« .
au^pilaN •»/ t'bJcagw. « )flu*e 713 Mai;: *in *T
next door to My era dru* *tore
S. SMITH
J.
Attorney at law
Wotary ruljllc.
Ms ho
ElUiuetL
Vf ill prs^'tUrv in all eosri*
rlaUty.
Coliecilug a *pe
M LACHEN
A.
Kmmett. Idaho.
WIO ■nMkf il all eomiH. AU Shutter*,,,
trunted u> m J care will receive prompt all* njiuii.
rUi.XK T XV VU X N
HARK V C. »THAI
VM AN Ä WYMAN
Attorney» nt Inw
Uol***. Idaho
Will practice in ad rourP* ami U-lorv the C.
Ü. Ubu Oltlie Gtmce. Tift Main *1.. cor. 7lh.
w
p T. VV1LK BKSON
Barber*
s j, 0 ,, m Eram»*ti All work *lnct)x ttr*t-el»-*
JuiiIdk- 3ft cent*: *hampo*>iuK cent* aud
r<|Miving ^ cent*
p ABNEY.
House # Sign
Paintçr.
iOskrt
ptpiv Mb« » *rdiUO
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E. SNODGRASS,
Emmett, Idaho.
Doch all kir».»s of IIa 1*UCSS Alld
Saddle nopairiiii;.
work strietly ör*t-< li»*is and th« paire». ;
e tn this port of the country l* ho l
All
ivery
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Mardwarc Stoves
3 KS
MAKi
Tin Work of
All Descriptions
M AS1TA» T
Galvanized Iron Miha*.
Everytliinir at
Boise Citv Brice's.
: .
Dempsey & Co.
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IS o»|.T
-PROPRIETOR'
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Emmett,
%
7 DRUGS
DRUGS
PATENT MEDICINES.
We keep n large »snort m-nt of
Stationery,
Confectionery,
Writing Material,
School Supplies,
Perfumery
And Motions.
GrO to
m W. E. DOTY. £
Boise, Idaho.
'or Fine Jewelry
•<
Demands. Walche*. Clock*. ^llverwar»»
Don't sein! y«
r mney
, ..
Ural* any« a*l**rnp.ice».
rvthiog G l* ahan rKKD
E
^23
FINK WATCH
REPAIRING A
fe4i it!m Ja
action Guaranteed
pniemov
opposite Piracy's, on Main st.
BOISE &i EMMETT
Stage Line.
EH. XAXTZ.
Proprietor.
Freight
rmfrkwl at the lowest po*
toi*e uml Eiunu-U
I express .
Slain* Luxe* i
mu
•T>t Sunday.
One way. fH: nair.it trip f3.Su.
iiiomin
)Ogw m
•RAYS.
*11 that th** foil*
E
Not
I* hereby ghn
lock came lut
•ril
lM.'
hu
cio»** no
la
U away
pay
at
it will
g to
\iY~
Ii
lif-'h;
an -1 ihn*
I'l iv 11 what it
dt.
i'i*a.
ii. (
IX*c
The Kmmett Index.
Pl'HLlSHKD AT
Eininott, Ictnlio.
KVEPY SATURDAY.
IllPTION BATKs.
Yea
nili
I
• XX
the r. s
CAB. GOSSIP AND P4ÎD LOCALS.
Kggs wanted on subsc
Mrs
ptlon.
A brah
ra Miller is rei* ri•
I I« (lu
•nr neighbor.
►ring n
iutloos for
hh| res*
•ui of debt.
nv »1
Jo
i» Ivmp'
lie Say went

• mi the Bois
Wlu
h«»x. is bom-*
n Kmmett
for in* vacatic
Mr
Albert
and
i »ii. wi
f Widsey. sfM'lit Christmas
* near ftlk'tsiore.
Mrs. Lm R. "d gladdened the hesrtsl..
IsuKX l»)\ S this week »
assort meut uf her choicest apples.
more life and eue
icinits during I
Utile cummunitv in the w
4*d-Ttîê
h au
till of busioeas.
ami
cSt.
W :i rdwell lias be*
riticallx
■»> I hive Murray.
a and the latter
"inter weather
•ai days; ah
:
*'
is
h .si hin
L* njU»Ht tx f, is
/ioi*itli«*r aiinieui.
er\
ichard lias
completed
IK II«
l-are»! I«.
;
- il i. , ... i
el! has tlii-cauiied th»*
' h» i i- : r !■ • -■< l i ' 1
I timls-rs wiih tin satilderevl
h a fiat
will pro
blacksmith
Kd.
in rs and his w
G
This
Ki
nnn
ad dm
K
Ibat
nu> Rtn
•ii* strips.
•A* r "
t «ve
sr-re
I re at I.
«Itou of
stx \ ears, and was
•mini / ti wmn's.
Hill
PUBLIC DITCH MEETING
There will he a public
. , I
meeting in . VttOrneV
Smith's office in Km
1 ' ' Y" 1 ' * ■** 11
jmett to-night, Saturday
iv dh i f H *
■ 0* r il % TOI ll)0 J )l 11 j )OïM 4
of perfecting arrange
* ' p,
--Imeats to lid « 1 out a big
irntrntinn panai of tlw>
111 [gallon can.u ai lilt
head of this valley. Let
all who are interested
in this
present. Committee.
|
community be
—After tomorrow write II 1804.
—Mrs. Thomas Williams bas been sick
for several days.
—Tin* Index wants a regular corres
ftondenl from every sclnsil district in
Canyon county.
—W. B, Cartwright was laid up for
repairs a few days during the week from
an attack of la gripje*.
— Do you read a borrowed Index?
Come in and subscribe: we will take any
kind of produce that we can make us**
of. and we can use almost everything
that grows.
j
—Xu iiinn- credit at Hi Me r bach .V Cart
Th»*.' I
wright's after Januarx 1st, IrtlM.
will do a strictly cash and exchange busi
nesM after that date,
more credit for Christ's sake.
Don't ask for any
H- C.
— Many of the delinquent taxpayers
in this part of the county are struggling
like drow'nding men, to raise the m*ces
sary cash to sepia re themwlves with
the county before the first of January.
—Mr. and Mrs. O. K.JBIair, whose home
is a few miles above Boise City, are in
Kmmett visiting friends. Mr. Blair
used to live near Kmmett, and is p|
antly surprised at the marked develop -1
ment of the toxvn and surrounding
country.
—The climate of the Payette Valley
is something of which its citizens can
boast as heln^ nnsurpa»»e<i. There are
other places which have milder winters,
but how about the summers? Here it
is nicely equalized: not too hoi in sum
mer and not list cold in winter.
— George Portlock was thrown from a
horse near the Smeanige ranch during
thewiek and badly bruised. Another
.'en. (email working on tie sum-- ranch
Ml from a scaffold used in sinking an
:irt«'*iaii xvfll. alunit th»* Mm** Um«, until
. h
—The Christmas tree exerciw** nl th*
Methodist Episcopal Church werehighl\
interesting and the tree tastily decorated
and loaded with its cargo of toys, candy
aud other present* for tie* children,
made
U*autiful and happy scene to
contemplate. The lit.!« folks wen-brim
full of
iinil will remi'mb*T the Cbrisl
■f l«i:i fur many, many weeks.
mas trei
—The delinquenl tux list fur I'unyon
county was published in last week's
Caldwell Tribune. Ii is nut near su
vulnmnlons as the delinquent lists in
ui Iter counties, but contains names t liai
Were De ver «Il a delinquent tax list before,
«ho would have avoided il this time'
hud such a thing been
liossible.
A few
' ears like I lie one jus! past and the
will outnumber the oilier
r-;impn
fellows throe f
on»*.
— Probat»* Judge Jenkins was over
from Caldwell Christ mas day. He sax s
no end of trouble. Some of Ihedistricts
do not seem to understand bow the new
system is int»*nded to work and the Judge
g a iM-nsuml visit lu the differ
:ts to straighten out the ditfl
liich, like everything « lie du r
xmein is esusing him
ma
■Ill «list
ing tiies»* tin
times, is of a financial
nature.
— Dean Perkins, a broilu
Kd, Blanchani. isoverfn»m Ii
visiting his .siM»*r and family.
d*»'Vjdle\
Mr.
x el ixveiit.x years of age
...ul Ina churgi- of uiu- uf Hu- largest
district scl.is in lb** Ma'**. AI. »n.i
liuui liny "I'll. DC- II" instriU'ls
•ii»* ctiildreti. anil is gettingaiuiiii
isfacturv m«m»-r. Ibis is
I..UU 1 th.- Ih sl r.-cur.i w.- Iihv" lu-ard «I
■r sum- nnu . Hr carries a tlrsi-.-iass,
1 ''" rl -b"iii" and is une uf the
I coming y .. nun of Idaho.
kins is u«i
DlUe
in a most
Mrsi
Hiram I'atrick. fallier of Mrs.
Abraham Miller, died ai the Miller res
I ideiice. near Kmmell. eariv f'hristmasl
j morning. He was
{Ohio, ;
Idaho f .
en a member of I
tears, duri
nt and t'lirislian Ilf
»an in( lark count\.
\l-ril IT. IH2. and had resided in
t*usi two 'ear*. He has
** Christian church
g which fini»* he
place i 'hrislmas d»\
»»•re l»»ll»,
>x a larg
]
I r
ma
I has lived i
Th* ft
m »id the ren
of nioiiriiing friends.
,1
pr»H***ssioii
•tl t«» their
•lore
The
and *ur.j>er
I g , i ,f.i
a in»**! enjoyable alfair, con
Idiirtral in » ph asing and agreeable man-1
m r Th«* Hopper ami musi»* were fully
up t»> th«* s'amlnnl »»f excellence main
taintnl in the mniiugetuenl of tin* part x.
i r c . . . 1 • .
! and if everyone did not have a gond
I ■ 11 . • ■ It r' .i i ni V WI
| of effort on the »»art
to make them have a good time. Tb«*r»*
1 n
«inn«*
'hrist ma
given bx Mr. and
was imh
1
1
lack
not «lue to
»f ih»is«' in chan*
some f«»rty-flve or tlftx number«
Î «»ul, ami peofife were present from t
. Star. Middleton. L
Aald
Falk's
II. \h
I sUirc. and Uarsli.
f
*
CALDWELL ITEMS.
Regular c '4irrn*TN>ade«ion.
Howard .S«.bfon spending hU Christ
mas with hh ym t Ralph, who is at
*tn.,im„nt.
roll r IVnctrs family hiv» gone to
'Mr horn» In r*y«iu* to upend the
h " lilU>s - Ta»*m piw
next wi-.-k *nd continue with their work
1 K* s haw and family Jiavn gone to
Mountain Home tu »[»'lui the holidays.
!' ""'Tt 1 ?,h« wmbn»» »„
bom«* with hlm thaï 1» to be found in
that vicinity,
' VillUm Schn,b, * n h " s ""«ned a con
f,. ct i onHt j. «tore with millln.-ry and cigar*
" ,,nth,,,i 'M
Thu young people of the public school
and the college »re enjoying themselves
*!**[""• Al "i ,,u ^ ie r ls 7 tv * ry
thick, Ili*< surface 1» smooth, and when
I he weather ia cold the skating I* good.
Old kuils and odd clothe» are in
demand for III" mnsq-ierad" bull Monday
ilia'll I.
Public Installation of oWcers at the
Masonic hall la*l Wcdncsllay night,
I*«cemb*r 27.
The prisoners In the county j«|l will
I** released next week. It is pretty hard
after being well fed for so long, to be
t irned out in the cold world to rustle
again for a living.
The revival al I lie Christian church is
still In progress, a few' are coming
home to Jesus every night,
Quite a little sum of money has been
appropriated by the City Council to im
prove the roads leading into ( aidwell.
Kvepy one doing heavy freighting will
appreciate this.
C. C.
MIDDLETON ITEMS».
Regular Correspondent»»*.
The Christmas tree under the man
agement of Miss Lizzie Newman, Miss
Cox and others, was an eminent
1 succès, (l was loaded with gifts and
nobod,' seemed to have been neglected.
There was hardly standing room left in
tin* school house w'here the entertain
ment was given and the children took
|
their parts well in the dialogues, reala
lions ami other exercises that ompusisll
the programme.
The Christmas hop given in the Mid
illetoii hall last Momla) evening was a
k'raml success.
*ixty*three ample were
present from this and adjoining towna.
The titsir was in tine condition and the
music was i«»r excellent. The festivities
continued until daylight when everyone
Went home well pleased with the night's
entertainment.* Caldwell, Nampa. Star
and Hunter were »>-11 represented.
I Clint McKenzie sold two beef »ti-en
lor the round sum of (HUS. This would!
«.«m to jwove that the bottom has not
.. 9 .. ... j
I «Iw every i hing. lUi»«- guo 4
cattle au«l you will g^i guoil price*.
The public itchuol cloaed Friday, for
want of funds. It that the free
text b«H»ks are paid out of achool money
which should go to pax the teachers. |
Miss Lucy Alchenberger returuedi
home for the vacation from Caldwell,
where she is taking a course of musical
in.si ruction at the college.
U. Elswurlli of the MUIdletun Houriug]
mills, s|s'lit Christmas with his folks ini
Uoise... .ChrisFahv, of C aldwell, sjn■ 11 tl
Christmas with home folks in Middleum.
... .John and Kd,
hade are home!
from college spending the holidays willil
their folks.
Mrs. Sarah Ilummuck, the beloved
wife of Andrew Hamniack. deceased, de
I
j
*s the wish of all her friends and neigh
hors,
parted this life quietly at uiiiiuighl. Da»
I cem ber 23. Sin* was highix • steemed by
j - very one and had reached the rip»* old
age of S5 years. Max peace be with lier
iKUDiAToR.
SCHOOL REPORT.
UejH»rt of public schools in Kmmett
^ ,,r ''tiding December 22. 180R.I
The fn!l«>w*ing pupils were neither absent
1 u«»r tardy during the month:
M au.l Jackson, t'arrfa
Kult.., . Will k. Oscar ibssl N.-l
I | jt . | r .. 1() „. WUli.- UubaTtsun. Mur. ItuaiG
j D||||1 >|aud Philliim. Alvin Kultoii. Cleoj
. iq,i| ]ilÄ . K.lwar.1 Williams. Man Yuung.l
Bildcrback. Ralph Womack. Hnwd
Y „ lltiu . |vs s( ,. Jaks.ni. ( Un no- Young]
/..n, >' K rl wright. Walter Womack. Rena
|i , ar .l t'harlie W.««ly, Denny BoM
rtîRHi.*'
Roll of honor:
'•Carrie Kuilon. Nellie Iretou. Willi»!
I U >bcrtH»-n. Marx Uoadnmn. Maud PhiH
||r*. Aiv.n KuUim. Cl»*n Phillips, Kdward
U illiams. Marv Young. Fax Bil«l»*rl>ackJ
iulph Womack. Hazel Young. Bead
Jackson. Clarence Young, Deiinx Kob**rt»
I son.
I
Tom Krigbautn has rei*eix*ed u letter]
I f»«im bin brother, Jim. in Council vnlU
ting that the mail carrier lielweeoj
that plac«* ami Salmon Meadows wad
i |,.| 4 i up on ih»- 11th iiiHiant and relieved
' i
" r hekiagiiig to Ruas Krigbaum,
1 am»ih» , rT>rolh« , r, residing in th»* M«*ud»»ws
||
. . . . » , . . .
check to be cashed, alld he
I
| ibe full
•ms that U
gax »• th»* carrier a
wj
liable to get hut *100 on the check
i which was *»miI
to Weiser !«• draw
urn«»mil. The robbers werel
masked and «lid not molest th«* mail
Thex evidently kn«'w the carl
.
pouenes.
I rier had moucx on his persuu.
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