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EMMETT NEWS
Tents, all sizes, at Reilly's.
Dr. Judd, dentist, Monroe Bldg.
a German soldier's uniform, which
she exhibits with pride.
J. J. Quinn, sheriff of Boise county,
spent Sunday in Emmett.
The Misses Wagner, Vera Shaver
and Lucy Kieldson made un a party
of Boise visitors from Friday until
Sunday.
, , , ,
. ? nd £ roth f r employ
ed with the Boise Payette Lumber
Company, are spending a month hunt
ing big game in the upper country.
J. L. Wood, who has had charge of
the Newcomer Jewelry Store, return
cd to his home in Boise Saturday
night. He expects to answer his call
Chas. Gamage received 16 more
pictures of our boys "over there" to
jj e
to the colors very soon.
add to his interesting collection,
is anxious to have, as large a show
as
a most attractive border.
Robert Keith and cousin Miss Alice
Perry of Payette spent Sunday at the
W. S. Keith home, returning Monday
They report the roads be
morning.
tween here and Falk about as usual,
only a little more so.
Mrs. Anna Y. Bennett, matron of
the Children's Home Finding Society
of Boise, was in the city in the in
terest of that worthy institution.
This is another phase of charitable
giving which we cannot afford to neg
lect.
The Misses Mary Gamage, Bertha
Cantrall and Gertrude Sanders came
over from Boise on Friday evening's
stage for a two days' visit w T ith home
folks. These young ladies are stu
dents at the Idaho Commercial Col
lege. Miss Sanders has received an j
interesting war souvenir button from :
C. A. West has for several days !
enjoyed an experience both amusing j
and distressing. As a result of the re- i
moval of the tonsils he was unable to j
speak for several days and conversed j
by writing and signs, which naturally 1
lead others to return that method of
communication, while still others
discovered themselves shouting as tho
to a real deaf mute. Mr. West is glad
to have recovered the use of his vocal
cords.
L. J. Phelan and Jess Gowen ar
rived in Emmett Saturday, Mr. Gow
en going in to Caldwell, and Mr.
Phelan returning home on Monday's
train. Having severed his connection
with the Burgdorff Hot Springs re
sort, he has moved his family to his
ranch property at Meyer's Cove, in
the Salmon River Country and is
comfortably established. It is under
stood that Peter Burgdorff will con
tinue to conduct the Inn at the Burg
dorff Hot Springs. Miss Margaret j
Exum, who spent the summer with j
the Phelans is making her home with
Mrs. W. W. Hoops while attending j
High School in Emmett.
PROPER FOOD
Produces endurance and endurance pro
duces Success. Success depends greatly
human health. Wholesome food not
only establishes Health, but it maintains
Vitality essential to daily work.
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Are selected according to the above.
They are wholesome, kept cleanly and
represent standard manufacturers.
Choice Teas and Coffees Here
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
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CASH GROCERY
W. C. LANGROISE, Propr.
Where They Have Things
Phone 189-J.
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Optometry means eye service.
Diamond Edge knives and
at Reilly's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cronk visited
their daughter, Mrs. Lon Phillips at
Sweet on Sunday.
Mrs. Mattie Fuller returned last
week from Cascade, where she had
spent several months.
A class of about thirty was exam
ined Sunday for army qualifications
by Dr. R. N. Cummings.
razors
Mr. and Mrs. George Portlock and
Miss Gladys Moulton have returned
a four months . sojourn in the
i hills,
i The families of A. A. Richards, W.
L. Nicol and Mr. and Mrs. Tenney, also
j Miss Margaret Cupp, motored to Boise
Sunday,
Mrs. Ben Strobehn of Payette ac
, companied the little daughter of Jas.
1 Creswell home on Wednesday. Mr.
i an< i Mrs. Ed Strobehn and family
I came up from Falk to help Miss Viola
1 Creswell celebrate her 17th birthday.
The more you scratch, the
Try Doan's Oint
For eczema, any skin itching.
Scratch !
worse the itch.
ment.
60c a box.
Take
Advantage
OF THIS STORE'S EXCEP
TIONAL FACILITIES FOR
SUPPLYING YOUR JEW
ELRY NEEDS.
is clearly illustrated
You will DELIGHT in the
vast display of Holiday Jew
elry we have ready, and
thoroughly appreciate the
splendid variety.
OUR ABILITY to undersell
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WE HAVE A LARGE
STOCK OF BRACELET
WATCHES,
and see them.
Come and
Emmett, Idaho.
Frank Noble is a business caller
from Boise today.
George Russel of Garden Valley was
transacting business in Emmett today.
Loren Dean was absent from his
duties this week occasioned by a case
of ivy poisoning.
W L. Burton returned Friday from
Sweet, where he has been employed
in erecting a ranch dwelling.
J. L. Craigin and wife of Ogden
were registered at the Russel Hotel.
Mr. Craigin was on a business call
Fritz Feix and Alton Busch are
among those who left this week for
coast points to work in the ship yards.
Archie Campbell arrived this week
from Burdette, Minn., to work at the
mill. His brother Dan goes on to Cas
cade.
The need of safe life insurance was
never greater than now. Call F. R.
Chapin, phone 32-J and I will call on
you.
H. E. Corden representing the Bur
roughs Adding Machine Co. was in
town Monday, going on to Sweet from
here.
The Zimmerman and Waring fami
lies spent Sunday at the ranch home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Young near
Sweet.
C. L. Newman of Sweet was in town
Saturday, receiving medical atten
tion for his knee, having been kicked
by a horse.
Mrs. C. J. Bullard, Carrie and Chas.
Bullard of Boise spent the week-end
at the home of Mrs Frank Sanders
on the bench.
Miss Dora Merrill returned Sunday
night a
ing been a guest in the home of Judge
J. H. Richards.
The lucky number that drew the
quilt donated by Mrs. Ed Taylor for
the Red Cross benefit,^Ras 99. Call
at McNish's store.
A life insurance check comes wljen
she needs it most. The Mutual Life of
N. Y. will take care of your loved ones
F. R. Chapin agent.
T. N. Nelson, one of the proprie
tors of the Cash Bazar of Boise, was
a guest at the F. D. Bowen home from
Sunday until Tuesday.
Mrs. Everett Barton, her aunt, Mrs.
Ewing and grandmother. Mrs. Pass
age, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Maxfieid to Boise Saturday afternoon.
John VanDuesen spent part of last
week in the vicinty of Wilder buying
hay and making arrangments to win
ter some of his sheep in that section.
The German helmet, recently re
ceived from a friend in France by
Miss Alice Hartley, is now on exhibi
tion in the windows of The Index of
fice.
Mrs. John Anderson has accepted a
position in the High school, beginning
her duties on Monday afternoon. She
will conduct afternoon classes in Eng
lish and teachers' reviews.
Tom Mahan is a very sick man and
his condition is alarming. He is suf
fering from stomach trouble. He was
taken to the Hewittson hospital yes
terday to be cared for.
If Mayor Rose and B. B. Davis are
called to Uncle Sam's service, the city
administration will have lost three
of it» members within the last two
months, Mr. Hoops being the other.
Dr. Cummings was called to Lctha
last Friday to attend D. F. Bott, who
had received a very painful injury
while working in the hay field, being
thrown in some such wav that a stick
penetrated his chest. He is recover
ing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Martin and chil
dren arrived this week from Billings,
Mont., to visit at the home of their
uncle. Dr. Polly. They are considering
locating here. Mrs. Coulter, a
ter of Dr. Polly from Cascade is also
visiting at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuckku had a
pleasant surprise on Monday in the
arrival of their daughter.Mrs. J. N.
Kersey and chidren from Wamego,
Kansas. Mr. Kersey will soon follow
after closing up his interest there, and
intends locating in the west.
A 4-pound potato from Guss Amen's
farm southwest of town, graces the
windows of the Index office. It is a
buster. Mr. Amen contributed a big
sack full of this variety of spuds to
the Red Cross sale, and they were
beauties.
The "Call of the Wild" is becoming
too urgent to be resisted by many
Emmett hunters. The past week has
found various parties hieing to the
hills in search of deer. Among them
are F. W. Reed, John Yeck, Leslie
Mills. Herb Haylor, E. L. Holverson
and Bert Marts.
Clinton Titus will leave for Port
land about the 20th to accept a posi
;ion as instructor in his alma mater.
It is a considerable honor to have
been tendered such a responsible po
sition by one so young and shows that
his abilities as a dentist are highly
prized by the school from which he
graduated.
In a communication from Miss Ha
zel Morrow, a graduate nurse of Johns ,
Hopkins Medical College, who has
been stationed at Camp Funston for j
some time, she states that among
credit is I
medical authorities great
given Major W. H. Tukey for the
success with which the epidemic of i
Spanish influenza has been handled
at Camp Funston and Fort Riley.
W. F. Sinclair went to Boise Thurs
day on business matters.
Conductor Jack Whelan of the P. V.
was off duty this week because of ill
ness.
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Mrs. Ahert Salisbury returned Mon
day from a visit at her former home in
Meridian
Mrs. Fred Miller had her little son's
tonsils removed at the local hospital
this week.
Mrs. B. B. Davis is spending some
time with her daughter, Miss Kathe
rine in Gooding.
Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Steinart and
little son have* moved to Portland,
where Mr. Steinart has a position.!
Mrs. Charles Gauer and daughter!
Miss Edna visited at the home of Mr. !
and Mrs. J. C. Barry Saturday and !
Sunday.
Wm. McDowall, a former Emmett,
resident, is here on a short visit to I
friends, and looking after property
interets.
Mrs. John Orr of Boise spent Tues
day and Wednesday in Emmett visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Church and friends.
tucky, who are making an extended
visit with their- grandmother, Mrs.
Hewitson, spent Sunday with the
family of John Rynearson.
O. L. Graham, manager of the Gold-1
en Rule at New Plymouth, was a busi- i
ness caller in Emmett Wednesday.
Olive and Austin Gresham of Ken- j
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Dibble of Pay
ette were guests at the home of Wal
ter Keith Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. Dibble is among the six who re
port for service Monday.
John Rynearson has just finished
hauling his sorghum can crop to the
Dresser mill. He is greatly pleased
with the big yield and the saccharine
content.
William Nelson, proprietor of the
Liberty cafe, made a hurried trip to
Nampa Tuesday evening to call on a
brother whom he had not seen for sev
eral years.
Health Officer Cummings made a
thoro inspection of the sanitary con
ditions of the city schools and pro
nounces everything satisfastory. Very
little illness prevails.
The Linen shower asked of the lo
cal Red Cross Chapter, has been com
pleted with the exception of a few
sheets which will be purchased with
chapter funds, and the box shipped out
this week.
W. D. McFarland expects to leav
next week for Astoria, Ore., to work
in the government iron works. Mr.
McFarland is an experiened iron work
er and is keen to be at it again. He
will be in the "Efficiency" department
of the plant.
Last Friday a Mr. Russell of Mon
tana paid a visit to J. W. Cook.
Russel worked with Mr. Cook in Em
mett about 20 years ago and this was
his first return. He wa so much
pleased with this entire section that
he says he will make every effort to
locate here again.
Mr.
BORN
October 11, to Mr. and Mrs. G. G.
Ellis, a son.
October 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Amos, Montour, a daughter.
October 16, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Pratt, a son.
October 16„ to Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Rolland, a daughter.
Institute Postponed
Miss Ella Breshears was visiting
schools in District 58 this week,
announces that the County Teachers
meeting which was to have been held
in Montour in November has been
postponed in compliance with health
regulations.
She
N'azarene Church Notes.
The Sunday school and Sunday
morning preaching service held on the
lot adjoining the hall was
ed and a great success. A platform
built and benches taken from the
was
hall, making thinge very comfortable.
Mrs. Earl Seaman furnished music
with her guitar and the people enjoyed
the service under the canopy of the
skies. At the close of the service two
young lady sought the Lord and two
adults united witlj the church. A
large crowd listened to the singing
and testimonies and preaching on
the street Sunday night at Main and
Washington streets,
closing order of the board of health is
in effect we will hold Sunday school
and morning services on the lot next
to our hall and street meetings Thurs
day and Sunday nights when the wea
We urge
As long as the
ther is at all favorable.
God's people to pray often with and
for one another in these trying times!
of war and pestilence and to seek in
personal way to accomplish the sal
vation of precious souis.-W. H. Parker,
Pastor.
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I Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership of Fred Blaser and John
Brauner, is dissolved and that I will
not be responsible for debts hereafter
contracted by Mr. Brauner.
FRED BLASER.
Battery Service
Station
Storage Batteries Completely
Overhauled,
charged.
6-volt battery recharge.$1.00
12-voit battery recharge.... 1.50
Rebuilt or Ke
M. & M. GARAGE
OVER-DRAFT HEATER
Burns Wood or Coal.
Warms the Floor All Over.
Holds Fire Perfectly.
Reduces the Fuel Bill One-third.
Does Away with a Lot of Smoke and Gas.
We would suggest that you purchase early,
while we have the stoves. When our stock is
sold w*e cannot replace. If you expect to buy
at least make your selection and have your
stove reserved for later delivery'.
E.M.RE1LLY&CO.
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The Plumber* "Where They Do Thing*
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.
Auto Delivery
Phone 160.
For good bread use Fleischman'»
Yeast, at Reilly«.
Butterwrappers at The Index Office
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Paper as Prescribed by
Law.
100 Butter Wrappers- îl-00
200 Butter Wrappers.1.35
300 Butter Wrappers- 1.70
500 Butter Wrappers
1000 Butter Wrappers
2.40
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INDEX OFFICE
PBOjiB'S COlHI
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Cheap for cash, a 191«
Maxwell touring car, in good run
ning condition, with 1918 license. See
Wilson Garage.
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FOR SALE—6-weeks old Poland
China pigs. J. J. Rader, South
siope
p0R SALE—400 sacks good potatoes
Netted Gems. H. S. Jenkins. 52
2-3p
FOR SALE—Team of matched black
mares, weight 3200, good ones. W.
D. McFarland.
FOR SALE-—A team of bay mares,
weight about 3200, and about 20
Tschudy Bros., 1 mile
l-3p
tons of hay.
east of town.
FOR SALE—A 3-horse power gaso
line engine and 55-gallon tank.
S. Jenkins.
H.
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FOR SALE-—Six-room house,
bungalow. Easy terms.
sider car in trade.
East Fifth street.
new
Will con
C. H. Thorning,
48
FOR SALE OR TRADE—6-foot cross
cut saw for saddle, one horse gar
den cultivator or bees. H. C. Riggs,
Letha, Idaho.
FOR SALE—One 2^ Weber moun
tain wagon grain tight box, bolster
springs. Inquire of DeClark. 45-tf.
■'OR SALE—One Walter A. Wood
On*
binder in good condition.
Jewell spring clip corn cultivator, as
good as new. Inquire of Ward Fuller,
Phone 36-J-5.
FOR RENT
FURNISHED ROOM, with bath ard
F. G. Carpenter, 306 Wash
l-2p
stove,
ington street.
FOR RENT—Six large rooms over
tlmmett Feed Mills.
H. Cochran.
Apply to H.
51-4p
for more
Good feed
PASTURE—Have room
stock in my pasture,
and water. John Obermeyer.
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