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J. P. REED
ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law.
Practice in All Court*
Emmett,
Idaho
FINLEY MONROE
-*
-
' Attorney At-Law
Practice in All Court*
Kminett, Idaho.
GEO. C. HUEBENER
Lawyer.
Practice in all Stata and Fed
ara) Court«.
Room 16, Hank Emmett Bldg.
Phone 166.
Emmett, Idaho
R. E. ROSE
DENTIST
Room 16, Bank of Emmett
Building
DR. N. B. BARNES
Osteopath
Office 117, Bank of Emmett Bldg
Hour*: 1 to 6 p. m. daily. Spe
cial date* by appointment.
Phone 26 r 2.
Rentals
Notary Public
W. W. WILTON
REAL ESTATE
Fire insurance in depend
able companies.
Blacksmithing
and Horseshoeing
I
Have bought the A1 Pickle »hop
on North Washington »treet,
All kind* of Plow Sharpening
and General Machine and Wag
on Repair Work.
3
H. D. Buys
HORSESHOEING
Practical horseshoeing, guaran
teed to cure lame or interfer
ing horses.
P. MURPHY
Boise Ave., between Main and
First Streets
• RAY 6. NEWCOMER
GRADUATE OPTICIAN
Registered in Idaho in 1908.
Idaho
Kmmelt.
I
I
H. W. TITUS
CONTRACTOR AND BC1LDER
All Kinds of Job Work.
Shop on Bois* Avenue on Ditch
Bank

EMMETT CAFE
I
The Kirnt Clan* Cafe in Emmett
Merchants Lunch from 11a. m.
to 6 p. m. Supper served on
»hört notice at reasonable rate.
Meals to cost 40c and up. Reg
ular date hoarder» It per day
in advance. Short orders served
at all hours. We arc serving
only loina of most ail kinds of
fresh meats.
Step In and Try ' «Ta Once
BERRY & CAMPBELL
CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS.
Estimates and plans fur
nished.
Shop on Washington street
north of Canal.
tr , u i I rOU|1 ' . . .
If your children arc subiect to
croup get a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and when th« attack
comes on be careful to follow the
plain printed directions. You wAll be
surprised at the quick relief which
it affords.
Comrade coffee, 3 pound* for 86c
•« Reilly's,
1
THE DEAD PAST
By CECILLE LANGDON.
(Copyright. 1117, W«#t«rn Newspaper Union.)
"I am Kind yon have found a. friend
at your new place of work, Koland,"
«aid Mr*. Vincent.
"He'* a good friend, too," replied
Roland Vincent, "ft was awful Htrung«
and awkward the flrat day or two, for.
you see. 1 knew nobody among rny fel
low worker», and It lan't much like
school. I thoiiKht they would nay
wouldn't do when I blundered and
made ralatakea half a dozen time«.
Then my new friend, who tin* charge
of the (dock room, »(»«ke to me and
told me to aee him at the lunch hour."
"What la hla name, Roland?" In
quired Mra. Vincent.
"Robert Leigh. He la a queer act
ing man, hardly ever apeak« to any
body. but haa hecu ao kind and helpful
to me."
It got to be ao finally that Roland
vial led Mr. Leigh regularly once a
When he did ao, he remained
till after ten o'clock at night.
"It's Ju*t Jolly I'
mother repeatedly.
a gas atnve and a regular housekeep
ing outfit. 11« getn up a meal about
as fine an youra, mother, and that's
saying a lot. Then he clears the table
and gets out the books, and goes over
what I have read for the week. I am
learning so much, mother."
"Does he never smoke, or drink; or
play cards, or that like?" questioned
Mrs. Vincent anxiously.
"Oh, never that I" replied Roland,
quickly. "He has a cabinet of curl
osltlc*. Once, a long time ago, he saya
he knew all sorts of men, for he was
doing some detective work. In his cale
Inet he has the rope that hanged a me
torlouH murderer and a knife with
which a foreign prince was assassin
ated. He showed me last night a trick
gambling outfit, and proved to mo the
frauds employed to defraud gambling
victims, II was so Interesting."
Mrs. Vincent's eyes diluted. She
seized Ronald's arm with a trembling
hand.
"Oh, my son ! my son !" She spoke
In so Intense a tone that Ronald view
ed her In wonder, "promise me never,
never to touch a card!"
"Don't worry about that," returned
Roland at once. "Anybody hearing Mr.
Leigh tell what gambling lends to
would never do so."
"I wish yon would ask Mr. Leigh to
tea Home evening. Roland," said Mrs.
Vincent. "We must return hla cour
tesies In some way."
"I did once," explained Roland, "but
week.
Roland told hl«
"Mr. Leigh has
be said he never went anywhere. 1 do
wish you could meet him, though. Ha
seems Interested In anything that con
cerns me. You know, I could not fell
him much," and Roland glanced close
ly at his mother, and then at a framed
photograph on the wall.
Always he had believed that coun
terfeit presentment of an austere, dig
nified looking man to he that of the
father he could not remember. She
became strangely agitated.
"Roland." she said. "I have taught
you from childhood to regard your fa
ther as dead to ua."
"Rut not really dead, mother." per
sisted Roland.
"At all events lost to the world and
to us," continued Mrs. Vincent. "I for
bid you ever to mention his name
again." Mrs. Vincent broke down In
tears and hurried from the room.
One evening Koland came home In
a great stajo of excitement. He was
than usual, and hts nnl
earlier
muted fare told that ht» was stirred up.
»Iber. I guess our good luck
îrted buoyantly. "What
do you think? The house Is going to
open a brnneh in Rio de Janeiro, und
"Oh.
him com«* !" he
Mr. Leigh is to lake charge of It at a
Ho says he has been work-
- for years, anil
Of appointing bis I
vn assistants, ami he says If we will I
■move to llru/.il tie will start me In
•bief clerk at four times the
tdg salary.
lug for tin
prouiotli
lie has tile privilege
as Ids
am now
Mrs. Vincent bad I.. dusting the
II hangings when Rot
I mat rump In. a.al now she listened to
I him duster suspended.
; "Won't you come ami call upon hint
with nn*?" urged Unbind. "Maybe you
! would consent to move to Hraall after
furniture and
e had
together,
she left
I hearing Mr. Leigh tell of the great
business prospect it would be for me."
I "Yes." assented Mrs. Vincent, nftejr a
j moment of thought. "1 think
i belter bave a talk «lib lilt
There Is the
j the room. As she passed Into the hall
she struck the coni suspending Hie
; time-honored photograph. Frame and
j all came to the Moor with a crash. Two
j photographs fell out upon the carpet.
I As the under one caught the eye of Ro
j land, he uttered a quick ejaculation. It
was Mr. Leigh 1
"Father!" he said :
door bell." and
.
nd looked appealingly Into
>s of the other.
extending
his hand
Hie
Mr.
"Only that yon must be the father I
have longed to know. Oh, tell me
"You
know.
thvn—" b«*pm
Leigh.
all !"
And then the veil of mystery that
had so long hung over the past of
the devoted family was drawn aside.
Born with the Instincts of a gambler,
Alan Vincent had risked hl« own for
tune and that of tils wife in u ven
,_ , „ , , , , .
, i!
Beggared, the wife had resentfully
situ? him out of her life, and he had
become a wanderer under an assumed
name. But now he bad r,»pentad of
his misdeeds and had conquered the
temptation.
A reconciliation begot confidence,
and under blue Brazilian skies they all
Ih^cud life over ictaia.
For School Children
School time is here and the children will need shoes, stockings, overalls, shirts, hats,
caps, overshoes and a dozen other things to fit them out for the school year. We carry a com
plete line at all times, not only for the children, but for the older folks as well.
I
Underwear
In underwear we have a Rood line, but owing
to the war conditions vve cannot carry as com
plete a line as usual. But what we have are
good standard goods and we can fill the needs
of every class of people. Sizes run from age 2
years to 18 years in children's; women's unions
from 34 to 44, in heavy, medium, and light
weight.
Men's union suits, all sizes to 50, and boys
from 2 years to 18 years.
Men's woolen shirts in grays, khaki and as
sorted colors. Our prices are right, because we
bought right.
Shoes
Ladies' shoes in havana brown, medium
brown, grays and black. We cjyry ladies' shoes
in widths from A, B, C, D, to E, and can fit<ev
ery kind of feet.
Men's shoes are always staple and we have
a good stock on hand.
Boys', girls' and infants' shoes, all sizes and
several styles to select from.
JOHN McNISH
General Merchandise and Groceries
WANTED TO THANK DONORS
After Thla, tt Would Be Folly to 8ay
That Sailors Do Not Appreciate
Gifts.
Mr*. Anna Steoae Richardson writes i
In the Woman's Home companion:
"Ah for knitted garments. I wish ,
you could have been with me one day
at a certain naval base near New
York, when the crew- of a ship which
had been accidentally sunk In our
very harbor entered the chaplain's of
fice to receive their fresh supply of
knitted garments. They had all lost :
their clothing, barely escaping with
their lives.
"The boys lined up like the well*
trained sailors they were, tucked their !
supplies under their arms arid marched !
out again, headed by
the moment they broke ranks outside
headquarters each boy hern nie ah
aorbed In bis own particular package
of knitted gun
turning the sweaters, the bel
in officer. But j
Mils and comfort bag.
•ts. the j
wristlets and even the bags Inside out.
poking inquiring fingers into every cor
aer.
'"What are they looking for—sizes?'
, , , .
1 "V"' 1 ,l '" ' lbow -
snM mv «
1 netes, the addresses
° f I V y « ■">. k » l,,wl ,be « arment
" r h, ' bH l "''> " unt <» ' vrite
b,,ck nn ' 1 Slly ,lmnk
" An " r ' VB,, ' hlo K ,he,r frenzied
B, ' ,m b f,,r " 0,, ' s " , '' 1 »■>'>"**»«». noth
'" K cm ' ,v " r ,n " k '' Klieve that the
1m,V8 "I'prectate such gifts."
Mrs. Smith IV»com mends Chamber
Iain's Tablets.
"I have had more
trouble for eight or ten years,' writes
Mrs. G. II. Smith, Brewerton, N. Y.
"When suffering from attack
digestion and heaviness
one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets
I have always relieved me
also found them a pleasant laxative."
stomach
r less tomach
of in
fter eating
1 have
These tablets tone up t
and enable it to perform its functions
naturally. If you are troubled with
indigestion give them a trial, get well
and stay well.
X at ire to Creditors.
I Estate of Charles
ceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
si(fntHjt Administratrix of th.
E.
Dress, r. De
estate
of Charles E. Dresser, deceased to the
creditors of and all persans having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the
nec
ary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice, to
the said administratrix, at the law
office of J. P. Reed, in Emmett, Coun
ty of Gem, State of Idaho, this beimr
the place fixed for the transaction
the business of said estate.
f
Datei October 17. 19IS.
HATTIE L. DRESSER.
Administratrix.
F. G. CARPENTER
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Estimate» and Plans
Furnished.
Second and Washington Street
Phone 182-W
Old False Teeth
wanted
WK WILL PAY UP TO 821.50 PER
aet( broken or not). Bend atonco, casheent
bj return mall. Peck age held S to I 5 day»
subject to sender's approval of our oiler—
alio big hoe t prices paid for OLD GOLD
JEWELRY, GOLD CROWNS, BRIDGES.
PLATINUM and SILVER. (Cutout&dv.)
United States
Smelting Works, Inc.
955 toldemlth Bid*.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.
Opp. Post Offlc.
ni irv losses sortit pretexted
DLALIV ? eumr * RtAcuia mis
I c/"ë£ ;
[j&I men, because they
MIMImI »rottot Whsro otfcor
red by
vaccin«« fall.
Writolor booklet and testimonials.
10-dosopfcf.Blaefclog Pills, $1.00
SO-dM» »k|. Blockloc Pill», $4.00
: utter'* ilmplest and Strongest,
pcrlority of ('utter products is due
I »penalizing in VAOCINKS
CUTTBR'S. II unobtainable.
Use any Inje
T he Su
only. Insist
order direct.
Th« Cottar Laboratory, Barkalay. California

ai ■ m s
GOAT MILK
SéSS'
(At Drug Stores)
25c
ll-oz. Caa
(
|
i ûJS ' > v £»'
COAT
M ILK is rich
in butter-fat and
ural sugar. Much easier
to dines«— more
■Ä
itiouo than
For
Invalids:
especially for
those having wenk
otomachs.
ency toward tuberculosis
cow s milk
,
to mother'»
a tend
WIDEMANN'S
. . GOAT MILK LABORATORIES
tsatt SVk..i,i th.lMMJuSUl., tu IrUUK.
_
#■
J. B. Hetherington & Co.
Electrical Supply House
W e are especially equipped for
Armature and Motor Repairing
of all kinds. Contractors for all
classes of Electrical Work.
Dealers in Fixtures and Fans.
Phone 37
Emmett, Idaho
IDAHO CAFE
MEALS 30c and Up
Open from 6 a. m. to 12 p.
m. Noodles and chop suey
at night. Everything clean
and first class.
FONG & PONG, Prop.
North room-Stanley Block
Silk
Our silks are the famous Belding Bros, man
ufacture, the finest money can buy. We carry
a good assortment at all times and will be very
glad to show them. Call and inspect the line.
Wool Serges, Wool
Poplins, Etc.
All shades in wool serges now, but our stock
is going fast. We have black, brown, blue, red,
gray, tan, Copenhagen blue, green, white,
cream, etc.
We are selling percales, renfrew cloth and
frolic cloth for less than they price it to us at
wholesale, but we bought at the right time and
price. Come and take advantage of these pric
es for the next few days, as the price will surely
higher the things on the market look.
THE PASTIME CIGAR STORE
FRANK KNOX, Proprietor.
Cigars, Tobacco, Candy and Soft Drinks
Pocket Billiards
A nice comfortable place for gentlemen to
enjoy themselves.
Home Made Bread
The kind you like—nourishing and satisfying—
made in an up-to-date bakery.
Cakes, cookies, rolls and all kinds of baking
goods.
THE PALM BAKERY
These cool nights give a hint of fall and winter
when a little fire will feel mighty comfortable. Come
and talk to us about stoves. We have a nice line of
Heaters,.. Cook Stoves and Ranges, large and small,
new and second hand. Also stove supplies.
Idaho Furniture & Hardware Co.
J. A. Creswell, Propr., Union Block. „Phone 189 W.
Harness and Saddles
HORSESHOEING
and all the Goods in this line.
Money back if not suited. 1
will also handle the Famous
BUSH AUTO
A moderate priced, guaran
teed car. Complete Specifica
tions on request. You will like
We are experts. We adapt
the shoe to the horse's
needs and the work he is to
do, whether for traveling
or pulling.
It
F.M. LOCKETT
McMillan & riggs
The Harnesa and Saddle Man.
i
I saw it in The Index.
>4
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Why not subscribe
and read it yourself. All the news. $2.00 per year
SALE BILLS AT THE RIGHT PRICE—INDEX

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