Of all fhe books
a younö man could jBJ
own a Bank Book Jfjj
is fhe besf
A young man's bank book is an indication that he is un
der real headway.
The young man with a bank account is already "get
ting on" in the world. It indicates prosperty and habits of
industry and business that augur well for his future.
And it is a testimony not only to tangible possessions
but to personal qualities that have much to do with win
ning the admiration and confidence of acquaintances.
Interest paid on savings.
BANK OF EMMETT
NEWS OF GEM COUNTY
By The Index's Correspondents.
Mrs. E. Tennyson.
Mrs. E. Tennyson and Mrs. John
son were Caldwell visitors a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Sanders were Sun
day visitors of Air. and Mrs. Frank
Sanders, and Jay assisted Dr. Cum
mings in resetting Frank's leg, which
he broke a short time ago.
Mrs. W. H. Yergensen and Miss
Nona Hauser visited at the Hanthorn
home Monday afternoon.
E. Tennyson returned Monday from
Long Valley, where he had been look
ing after his sheep.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Wellman were
Sunday evening callers at the home
of Mrs. Wellman's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Vahlberg.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jones and baby
were Emmett visitors Sunday, mak
ing the trip in their new Ford.
Mrs. J. T. Sanders and Miss Ger
trude returned Tuesday evening from
Iowa, where they have spent the past
winter and spring. A cousin of Mrs.
Jay Sanders returned with them.
Ed Francis and family spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yergenson.
Nephi Yergenson was busy hauling
wood from the sawmill Wednesday.
Mr. W. H. Y,ergenson and family
Begins Saturday-Ends Thursday
This is the Store for
Ladies' Silk Hose
The Famous Radamoor Hose at the
same old price of
$1.00 Per Pair
FOLLOWING COLORS IN STOCK
MINARET . '
Also a 50c Gloritta Silk in black
E. C. KEITH & SONS
and Mr. and Mrs. Alma Yergenson
took dinner Wednesday with Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Yergenson.
Mrs. W. H. Shane was hostess to a
birthday tea given by the ladies of the
Methodist church Wednesday after
By Mrs. A. E. Pomeroy.
Allen Newell accompanied A. E.
Pomeroy on a trip to Caldwell, Nampa
and Boise on Friday.
John Workman received a long dis
tance message from Nampa on Sun
day morning telling of the death of
A. W. Newell, Mr. and Mrs. John
Workman and two children went with
Mr. Pomeroy to Caldwell Sunday. Mr.
Workman went to Nampa on the in
Geo. R. Ewing took his sister, Mrs.
Pomeroy to Boise Monday for short
visits with friends and relatives be
fore she had to go to St. Luke's hos
pital for an operation.
Mrs. Pomeroy was operated upon
Thursday morning at 9 o'clock.
Elizabeth and Maria Helen Pomeroy
have had the German measles for a
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Drysdale and
children of New Plymouth were callers
Sunday afternoon at the R. L. Bat
tan and Ewing and Pomeroy homes.
Miss Nellie Hinehliff returned
New Plymouth Wednesday after
visit with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Bat
Mr. Ewing returned from Boise
Wednesday evening and Mr. Pomeroy
passed him on the road where he was
having some tire trouble.
Mr. Bowman went to Garden Valley
to live, this week.
Hobart Smith made a flying trip
to Letha Wednesday to see friends.
Mrs. Fred Shane gave a shower
this afternoon, at the home of W. H.
Shane on the bench, for Miss Pearl
Kelley, who will soon be united in
marriage to Mr. Clare Shane. Many
guests from town responded to the
Miss Genevieve Edwards entertain
ed her Sunday school class of girls
with a picnic yesterday afternoon on
the river and enjoyed themselves to
the fullest measure.
By Mrs. G. R. Parks.
Mrs. C. E. Pryor was hostess to the
U. A. club last Thursday. A large
number of members were present. Mrs
Compton and Mrs. Fred Shane were
visitors. A dainty and refreshing
lunch was served by the hostess.
Mrs. Haynes and Mrs. Barthalow
were hostesses to the Baptist Ladies'
Aid last Thursday afternoon. A large
crowd was present and a very enjoy
able time was had. The hostesses
served very enjoyable refreshments.
Mrs. W. E. Brown of Emmett visit
ed with her daughter, Mrs. Charles
Vanfleet last Thursday.
Lester Downing was first to make
hay in this neighborhood.
Rose to Ontario last Sunday afternoon
Mrs. Charles Vanfleet and Mrs.
Parks called on Mrs. Reed Sunday
Delmar Tarleton is working for
P. M. Spratt this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Morehouse were Boise
visitors last week.
Alice Spratt and Ruth Foster visit
ed with Dorothy Spotts Friday after
U. A. Club will meet with Mrs. Jay
Sanders Thursday, June 21.
G. E. Turner has moved into George
Rester accompanied Dr.
By Mrs. J. L Guthrie.
John Liechty, Jr., returned from
Forest Higgins, who is employed by
E. O. Bosteder, was thrown from his
motorcycle Wednesday evening and
sustained quite severe injuries which
will probably lay him up for a few
days; Quite a gash was cut in his
leg by a projection on the machine.
On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Norwood delightfully entertained
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shane.
One of the pleasant features of the
evening was a shower of beautiful
and useful gifts to remind Mr. and
Mrs. Shane of the good wishes of their
Byron Knee is suffering from a
ease of ivy poisoning.
Mrs. Milo Groat returned Saturday
from a few days' visit with her sis
ter. Mrs. Chas Groves of Montour.
W. S. Wayman has been confined to
the house, unable to walk, for a week
with an attack of acute rheumatism
in his knee.
Josephine Wayman left on Saturday
for a few weeks' visit with friends at
the old home in Irving, Kan. She will
also spend some time in Marysville,
Seneca and Topeka and visit relatives
in Boulder, Colo., upon her return
By Mrm, R. E. Noland.
The trees never were as heavily
laden with fruit as they are this year.
All hands should join in and put up
and dry until none is left to waste.
Charlie Ireton of Sweet has sold
his place and expects to buy a home
in Boise. We surmise they will get
homesick, for they have lived on the
old place for so many years.
Mrs. Dill and her daughter, Miss
Gladys have returned to their home in
Vale, Ore., after a pleasant visit with
friends in this place.
Lynn Noland had a slumber party
at his homestead Tuesday night. Tom
Patton was the party and Lynn did
Cecil Angeroth was seriously hurt
Tuesday evening by falling from the
motor car on which he was riding in
from work. All the section hands were
on the car when it passed over Mr.
Angeroth's body. He was sent to the
hospital in Salt Lake for treatment.
Miss Grace Noland will entertain
the little ladies of Montour Thursday
afternoon in honor of her cousin, lit
tle Miss Frances Noland of Horseshoe
John Haley will visit in Salt Lake
this week with his friend, Dean Pal
mer, who enlisted several weeks ago.
Will Driscoll has finished a deep
well for H. A. Pugh and is now put
ting one down for Brown & Co.
Wednesday, June 20
Under The Sea
Filmed at the bottom of the Sea
In ten wonderful reels
Captain Nemo, mighty wizard of the deep, hero of
the great submarine photo-drama. Flashing scenes
from ocean, earth and sky that surpass all dreams of
A. D. Stanton put the ground in
fall wheat, which failed to come up.
He then had the ground plowed and
drilled to barley. It shows that the
more work the dry land gets the bet
ter the crop turns out.
Three auto loads went to Horseshoe
Bend Sunday afternoon to attend
Childrens' day exercises at that place, i
All enjoyed a very pleasant time. Af- j
ter the program, refreshments of de- I
licious ice cream and cake were serv- j
'Twas just like the people of
Horseshoe Bend. They always treat
When the Aid society met at the
Noland home they were very pleasant
ly surprised to find one of their ac
quaintances whom they had not en
tertained in their meeting for a good |
many moons. Now this should have |
been in last week's items but the cor
respondent was surprised, too, because
she forgot to mention that Mrs.
Church was visiting her many friends
in Montour and we hope to entertain
her again in the near future.
Miss May Vaughn and Miss Esther
Joines were over night guests of
Grace Noland Sunday.
Reward for Slackers.
Governor Alexander has issued a
proclamation offering a reward of
$25 "for information given by anyone
not an officer charged with the per
formance of duty, that will lead to
conviction in a court of competent
jurisdiction of any man between the
ages of twenty-one and thirty years,
inclusive, who has not registered for
military duty in accordance with the
Act of Congress and the Proclama
tion of the President of the United
States made in accordance therewith.
Said reward will be paid by deficiency
warrants drawn upon the Treasurer
of the State of Idaho. Any informa
tion furnished will be treated as confi
dential and the people of this State
asked to cooperate in the enforce
ment of this law so that one man may
not be compelled to offer his life for
his country, and his neighbor be al
lowed to shirk the responsibility and
thereby enjoy immunities to which he
is not entitled, and thus destroy the
of our free institutions—equal
ity before the law."
The Majestic, the range with a
reputation, at Reilly's.
Old papers for sale at The Index
office, 26c per 100.
You Take no
You Serve Your Country
by subscribing to
The Liberty Loan of 1917
With our young- men willing and anxious to
offer their lives, the least we who stay at
home can do is to lend our money for their
You can lend your country $50 or more, there
by rendering- a patriotic service—and your
money will be safe.
THE TIME IS LIMITED!
BANK OF EMMETT, Emmett, Idaho.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Emmett Idaho
BANK OF SWEET, Sweet, Idaho.
PALACE MEAT MARKET
CHAS. CLICK, Proprietor
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Sausage, Lard, Chickens
Fresh Fish Every Thursday and Friday
Highest Market Price Paid for Hides and Pelts.
SALE BILLS AT THE RIGHT PRICE—INDEX
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