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Ml hAŸt Aßl/HDAM > LAf'nAL ro Mtl r ALL HEQU'He*rnrs AHn K/LL APPfi t L 'A T £ youH HuS/*£SJi % NEWS OF SOLDIERS Mr«, Ijmra Kelley of thla place re ceived this week from her Ron Herh-j Kelley, of C«. A, 117 Field Hat. Signal Corp«, somewhere on the front in France, a German helmet anti K a *'| mask that wore picked up on one of the battlefield* from which the llcn». had been forced to retire Mr*. Kelley ■will permit these trophic» to be placed on exhibition for a few days before forwarding them to Mr*. Herle Keiley, 1 , • * , > .1 1 1 . „.if, the young wife of the aoldter, who went to Boise Monday with Mr*. H C. Kelley, whose huHbnnd 1 » also fight country, where the two nil attend Link » Huai Cascade New». ing for hi, young women lies« College. Orders for men to entrain on Octo ber ft for Camp Lewis have been can celled and the men need not appear. who were to entrain for Camp Fremont on October I are also in— formed that they tn not to report for entre Riment on that date. These or ders are believed to have resulted from the Spanish influenza epidemic which is in the cantonments. M Harry Creswell and Fred Whitsell, who went to Iowa City, Iowa, to at tend college, have enlisted in the 8tu dents Training Corps. Roy Aston went to Boise today, ac companied by his parents ami Mr. and Mrs Ellis Harris. Roy expect» tn go to Lewiston from then' and enter the Student Training Corps. All the Emmett boys who went to the state university at Moscow to en roll in the Students Training Corps, including James Schrecongost, Will Burkhard, Knipe, Giles Carpenter ami Lynn Bar rett passed the physical examination, except young Burkhard, a rigorous one. Forrest Higgins was chosen t the call for limited sent to Jeffe Hubert Will •angroise, The test is fill irvice and was m Barracks, Mo.,ye«ler Thirty registrants in the lust regis tration have been called for examina All the registrants are day. Arthur Tschudy been picked for limited service and will go to Vancouver Barracks. Wash., bet wren October 14 and Id. Victor Vaughn of Montour and of Emmett have tion Sunday, to b«- examined at once, without re nier The their number numliers will he issued next week. T. J. Goon rod has received word the safe arrival of his son Christopher in France. branch of the regular army. Murray boys, Clarence and Elmer, went to France In the same convoy, but young Coonrod and the Murrays did not meet. He la in the hospital The two A letter received from Sergeant B. Parr, Co. D. 348th Infantry 87th Division, A. E. F., states that ne has arrived safely overseas, but does not tell what country he is in. The letter bears no date He says:—"We had a nice trip coming over; no excitement whatever. The weather was so nice I didn't even have the pleasure of get ting seasick, like this country fine, seem real sociable. Is a soldier can get a drink once in a while providing he has the price. Ha!" Sergt. Parr's home is in Em mett. He is a son of Tom Parr, who moved here the fall before war was declared with Germany, turned to Salem, Ore., for the winter, hut i nApril, 1917, came hack to Em mett and enlisted in the regular army from here May 24, 11)17. ] believe I am going to The people What I like most Hal John re CASCADE NEWS Dr (Minton Titus has gone to Port land f.»r a few weeks f ('amp Lewis la Harold Gorton hero visiting for a few days. Mike (îilhride will finish his con tracts at Cascade This week. Mrs Clyde and Olive Kelley have gone to Hoisc to attend Link s Bust ness college this winter. It looks like pioneer days in ( as* cade to see the pack horse, in town The hay crop la very short n the valley this year on account of the grasshoppers. Hotel Emery is sure a good place | to board. Wallace Saxton and Chas. Hansen J are helping Mike (îilbridc on his build ' ing contracts j G«o. Maxfield anti Albert Martin are doing carpenter work for Mr. Ker- | by Jake Almon is doing a good husi ness at Cascade with his movie pic tore show A .New Night Marshal j Walter Crabtree has resigned as | night marshal to accept a oosition in awniill, and W W Hoops has i been appointed to succeed him. the LIFE INSURANCE Poverty's Greatest Enemy. Is Your Family Protected? Are you sure of a competence in your old age? The MUTUAL LIFE of New York has nearly a million satisfied policy holders. Don't put it off. Secure this protection now. Call and let us explain to you our proposition. FRANK K. C HAPIN, Agent Emmett, Idaho. i WHITES HÏS PAPA 1 The following letter purport« to 1 have been written by the crown prince to hi» father, the keiner, dur . , th * ™»"t disastrous campaign: | Somewhere in France, "On der run, | all der time ( "Iiear I'apa: I am writing on der . , . , , . run, a» der brave and glor ou* noldier* * . , under my command have not »een der Rhine for ho long dat dey started ,j„t way, and of course I am . , Koin * mit ,lcrn ° h - d * rp h"* been some offel things happened here in Fmnre. First, I started rny big offensive which was to crush de fool not lie crushed like I vant dem. Americans, hut dey know so little about military stactics dut dey vili I sent my men in der fight in big waves, and ven dey got to der Amercians dey all »aid "boo" yurt so loud as they could holler. "Veil, ai-ruding to vat you have al ways told me, der Americans have turned and run like blazes, but vat do you link 7 Dem fool Americans don't know any thinif about war, and instead of running de odder way dey came right at us. Some of dem were singing about "Ve vont come back til! its all over, over there," or some other foolish song, and some of dem was laffing like fools. Dey arc so ignorant. "But dey are offel reckless with dero guns and yen dey come toward us it was den dat my men took a no tion to go back to der dear, old Rhine. lon't like de little dirty Marne river anyhow. And, oh papa, dem use such offel language. Ve Americans And dey talk blasphemy oo. Vat you link dey said right in front of my face. One husky from a place dey call j Nebraska, he said-—Oh. papa, I hate fill ting he said I l)Ut i ,. Hn - t h ,,| p jt , _ he .. To h( ,| mit der kaiser." I didn't link any . . . . . . . _ , body would said such a offul ting. "And furdermore, dem Americans can't be much of a chentlemens. It made me so mud. 1 vouldn't stand an hear such a offel ting, so I turned around and run mit der odder boys. Vas I right? Vat? And oh, papa, you know dem brest plates vot you sent us—can you send us some to put on our backs? You know we are go ing der odder way now and brest plates are no good— de cowardly Americans are always shooting us in der backs. I to tell you vut a breast plate and put them behind, but ,| e f (H ,i Americans are playing the "Some of our boys took off der "Star Spangled Banner" mit machine guns right on dem plates. Can't you help us? Remember in your speech, you sed nothing could stand in front of de brave German? Oh, papa, I don't believe de ignor ant Americans ever read your speech, for dey run after us like vc vas a lot oh rabbits. Vot you dink of dot? Von't you send dem some of your speeches right avay? Dey don't know how terrible you are. you move my army back to Helguim vero ve won all der time? My men vill vip ail de vimmin und children dot dem Belgium» cun bring us, hut Americans are so rought and I Can't ignorant. "Ve can't make dem understand dot ve are der grandest soldiers on earth, ! and ven ve try to sing 'Deutschland j über Ailes' dey Inff like a lot of monk* | eys, but ve are getting de best of the. i Americans, ve can out run deni pupa j „ ye ^ no( t(|# rt(fhters 0I1 1 ,. Hrth Vl . 8r „ th .. llVHt runnor ,, No body ean keep up mit us ven ve think of ,, " t ■ >l > 1 Rhine, und my army; never did think so much of dot dear old Rhina eder. Let me know vot to j cl»» right avay by return post office, "Crown Prince Willie." I EMMETT NEWS. Kor ***** br, *" d us * Fleischman's Yeast, at Reilly'a. St. Mary's Guild will meet next Thursday with Mrs. George Church, HenryLytle has been offered a good position as manager of the grocery .department if a store at Weston, Ore., i ; VOTE FOR FRED KLEPPER [J Republican Candidate FOR SHERIFF l*. In unking the support of the peo ple of Gem county for the office of Sheriff I wish to say that I am in fa vor of a square deal for everybody and am opposed to giving favors to anyone. If elected I promise to the public, regardless of party creed, a square deal and the best that is in me. A favorable consideration of my candidacy will be highly appreciated by yours truly, FRED KLEPPER. and will accept. His family will re main here during the winter. Mrs. Lytle's mother, Mrs. Bryant of Kalis pell. Mont., arrived last week and will spend the winter with her daughter. Karsh physios react, weaken the bowels, will lead to chronic consti pation, easily. Mr. and Mrs. Sollie Callender and children this week moved to Emmett from Cascade and will spend the win ter here. They will live in Soliie's mother's house. Doan's Regulets operate ,'IOc a box at all stores. Mrs. Wilkerson makes a full hand in the Corner Grocery. When necess ary she drives the delivery truck and shoulders a sack of flour as easily as a man. bit in conserving man power. She is certainly doing her Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shane, son Carl and Mrs. Clair Shane left Tues day for a three weeks visit at Camp Lewis and other coast points, mak ing the trip in their Hudson. They will visit Clair and Hardy Shane at Camp Lewis. When all your money transactions pass through a checking account in First National Bank of Emmett, Idaho, your monthly statement gives a record of money received and paid out. It's a guide to spending—it's a help in keeping your money matters in a sound condition. The war balance hangs on the strength and respon sibility of individuals. Keep your self at all times "financially fit. A checking account helps—use one, in this hank. Harvest Thanksgiving Services Harvest Thanksgiving services will be held in St. Mary's Episcopal church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The order of service and the musical pro gram is as follows: Processional, Onward (Barington) Venite. TeDeum. Jubilate. Hymn, Canonbury (R. Schumann) Sermon, "Cast Your Bread Upon the Waters" Authem. "Cast thy Bread on the Waters" (ReckeD Hymn, America. Recessional, "On Our Way Rejoic ing." A cordial welcome extended to all. Apples for Sal« Jonathan and St»men Winesap, orchard run, at 1c per pound in bulk, or 70c per box with box, at my home in east Emmett. H. D. Carmichael. ■ Highest Prices Paid For used Furniture and Stoves I I See T. B. HARGUSI FURNITURE AND HARDW ARE Battery Service Station == EE == == E~ B Storage Batteries Completely Overhauled. Rebuilt or Re charged. 6-volt battery recharge. ÎI.O0 12-volt battery recharge. .. 1.50 M. & M. GARAGE =11 =JM||| g " ) The f f: I rv B Dj / This is the best Table Cocoa on the market and we are very lucky to be able to sell it at this price at this time. The regular price is 35c a can. Sale price 35c TWO for .._ m m .. m « ; , ? ,'p . .. mm mi mm. 36c Friday, Saturd WAR P Thursday, a I R You hear that all the time; and do you know what the Rexall Store means tc unsettled conditions in our country today, we are giving you another 1c Sale with We have taken advantage of this and bought heavily, so as to be able to sup We are short of help and wish to give you the best of service. One at the regular price and two at the price of one and 1 cent. All goods cas FOOD PRO QCn Symons'Inn Cocoa, OOL ' 35c, 2 for... Ligetts lemon and Vanilla Ext., 35,2 for Opeko Coffee, 50c ib. 2 lb. for 51c HARMONY COCOA BUTTER COLD CREAM Household N A wonderful building cream. A true skin food. » Aspirin, 12 to a box, 25c. TWO for ___ Stork Nursing Bottles and Nipple, 35c TWO for _ Corn Plaster, 10c. TWO for __ Visiting Cards, 10c. TWO for_:_ Analgesic Balm, 50c TWO for _ Baby Laxative, 40c. TWO for _ Blackberry Compound, 25c. TWO for _ Carbolic Salve, 25c. TWO for _ Catarrh Spray, 50c. TWO for __ Charcoal Tablets, 25c. TWO for___ Cleaning Fluid, 25c. TWO for _ Eye Wash, 25c. TWO for ___ Kidne; TWO K. Ko TWO Menth tum, TWO Sunbu TWO Syrup TWO White TWO Pearl ' TWO A. B. ( TWO Senafij TWO Cough TWO Cherrv TWO Milk V I TWO 26c The well known assimilat ~ ad ' ng properties of Cocoa B,i Butter makes this a dis M tinct improvement over any other. fM: 36c © Ik Ik 51c = 1 Jar 50c. 2 for. 5k REXALL COLD CREAM 4k 5S An antiseptic and healing cold cream, espe == dally recommended for chapping and rough ~ ness of the skin caused by exposure to sun and == wind, and also an after shaving cream. 26c 26c Standard price—1 jar Sale price—2 jars. 25c 26c 5k 26c U BOUQUET JEANICE TALCUM == 50c each. = TWO for 26c 51c 26c VIOLET TALCUM == 25c each. = TWO for 26c CHEWING GUM TRAILING ARBUTUS TALCUM Ligitt's Gum, 5c. TWO for ..._ 61 Cascad TWO Glenwc TWO Kenton FOUR Woods' TWO : m = 25c each. j= TWO for 26c V. Mints, Cloves, Cinnamon, Peppermint and Wintergreen, 5c. TWO for ... 6c BABY TALCUM I I TW0 for = A powder made for soft and tender skin. =E Use it for the baby ; its great. TOILET WATERS Trailing Arbutus, $1.25. TWO for_ _ Wood Violet, $1.25. TWO for .... = 25c each. 26c li II Stationery VIOLET DULCE LIQUID FACE POWDER Cascade Linen— 1 lb. 50c. TWO for 1 lb. Cascade Linen and 50 envelopes for... Tangara Fabric— 1 box 35c. TWO for..-. Flesh and white, 50c TWO for .. Violet Duke Shampoo, 35c. TWO for_ Violet Duke Cold Cream, 50c. TWO for _ 5k 51c c. '' fp 36c 51c £ 5k 36c TABIÆTS Haley-Mile? 16c Preferred Tablets, 15c. TWO for Old Trinity, 15c TWO for Rexall Linen, 15c. TWO for College Green, 10c. TWO for 16c THE REXALL S 16c ■ Emmett, 11c ! .