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J. P. REED
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law. Practice in All Courts Emmett, Idaho FINLEY MONROE Attorney At-Law Practice in All Court# Emmett, Idaho. GEO. C. HUEBENEK Lawyer. Practice in all State and Fed eral Court#. Room 16, Hank Emmett Bldg. Phone 155. Emmett, Idaho K. E. ROSE DENTIST Room 18, Bank of Emmett Building DR. N. a BARNES Osteopath Office 117, Bank of Emmett Bldg Hour#: 1 to A p. m. dally. Hpe dat«# by appointment 26 r 2. eial Phon« UfnUU Notary Public W. W. WILTON REAL ESTATB Fin* insurance in depend able com pa nie«. Blacksmithing and Hontetfhodng I Hav* bought the A1 Fickle #hop •n North Washington street. All kinds of Flow Sharpening and General Machine end Wag on Repair Work. 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 O. NEWCOMER GRADUAT! OPTICIAN Registered in Idaho ia 1808. KmaieK, Idahe H. W. TITUS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER All Klade af Job Warb. Shop on Boisa Avenus on Ditch Bank EMMETT CAFE The First Class Cafe in Emmett Merchants Lunch from lis. m. to 5 p. m. Supper served on short notice st reasonable rate. Meals to cost 40c and up. Reg ular data hoarders $1 per day in advance. Short orders served at ail hours. We are serving only loins of most all kinds of fresh meats. Step In and Try Us Once BERRY & CAMPBELL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Eatimates atid plans fur nished. Shop on Washington street north of Canal. a GOAT MILK 3444 vAt Drug St.if«: m 2Sc H-O*. '.»a Vr COAT ^ \1 M'.LK i« rirh I ami J Mach tritu For Tnvnlitia: «»Wcitbllv naving wak atnmibi'h*. or a t rnd • to motWt enry toward t ubetculoaM WtDEMANN'S GOAT MILK LABORATORIES aw*> usé, ss.a.1 SPANISH INFLUENZA RAPIDLY SPREADING Person« Weak and Rundown Are Easy Victims—Fortify Your self Against it by Taking Tan lac. According to late report» issued by State and Federal health authorities Spanish Influenza epidemic is ra pidly spreading to all part* of the country, and It now seems that tically every state in the Union will seriously affected before it runs course. It has not only become a great terrifying menace to the public health, but unless checked, it is apt to iously affect the progress of war work in all the various departments. ready the Shipping Board has nounced that ten per cent of its work ers had been affected. The disease has made its greatest progress in the East where it has claimed Its victims by the thousands. Keports from other sections, however are equally alarming; and both civil and military authorities have warned the public to take every precaution prevent its further spread, cities schools, churches and theatres have been closed and public gather mgs of all kinds forbidden. Medical authorities agree that are weak and rundown In many people wh arc the earliest victims of the Influ enza epidemic. tired, weak and losing flesh, or you catch cold If you find yourself «houid he heeded promptly. 8 You'l're reoiiy in danger, because the gem. of thi. disease is very catching and you ! apt t« fan an easy victim if you •in com« in contact with the germs People who are well ami strong not likely to contract the disease be cause they are able to throw it off. The common-sense way to keep from taking it is to fortify the system gainst attack by building up the stituthA. are a con In other words to use the old adage, •e of prevention is worth a pound of cure." And if you are in a sub normal condition the proper thing to do is to begin immediately to build up your powers of resistance. To ac complish this, nothing on earth will strengthen you and build you up like Tanlac, the powerful reconstructive tonic, which contains the very ele ments needed by the system to give you fighting strength and ward off the influenza germ. "An o by creating a good healthy appetite for wholesome, nourishing food, and assist every organ of the body to perform its natural functions, thus helping to build up health and strength in the natural way. Tanlac is also the ideal strength ening tonic for persons who are suf fering from the after effects of Influ enza, grippe or bronchial troubles and hundreds of thousands are using it daily with the most gratifying results. In connection with the Tanlac treat ment, it is necessary to keep the bow els open by taking Tanlac laxative Tablets, samples of which are included in every buttle of Tanlac. It is also important that the every day rules of hygiene be observed; that is, sleep in well ventilated rooms, get plenty of fresh air and exercise and keep away from crowds. Tanlac is sold in Emmett at the H. T. Davis, and at Montour by A. C. Vadney. Slnglnq Sperr, wi of Toledo. Out of the fug and smoke ami haze of the early morning there came the sweet, plaintive notes of the song spar row, The man's spirits were droopy. He was Influenced by his physical sur roundings. Not so the bird. God sent him to sing and he sang through the fog and smoke and haze, snd Into the heart of the man. Another worker took up the duties of the day cheer fully. with new hope In Ids soul. —To ledo Blade. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Moat Reliable. After many years experience in the use of it and other cough medicines, there are many who prefer Chamber lain's to any other, stein, Greenville, Ills., writes, "Cham berlain's Cough Remedy has been used in my mother's home and mine for) years, and we always found it a quick : cure for colds and bronchial troubles. We find it to be the most reliable : (cough medicine we have used." Mrs. A. C. Kir Italian* Evpert Candle Maker«. la not • rr!t- ■ partly considered Dalian* hav 11actively Italian v by hand. The mate 'hich 1* art. bat the i The (lia is made I bev* I temped It such. mail i pvu WftX. »rath rh i inn mix«'«! w t petard rombiL cuti Egyptian to 'cn»t iuy and whit! Ktoo for wi h has i.'ks. ■reatfd with ch«*rolcnh feeding too fast. Small The I i to ke^-p it from candle* made by roiling up sheets moh; I. «re i BIG PUBLIC SALE At my place, the C. M. Hull ranch, just across river from Letha THURSDAY OCT. 31 Beginning at 10 a. m. sharp. FREE LUNCH AT NOON. be its 46 Head of Cattle Farm Machinery ALL STRAIGHT SHORTHORNS, GOOD STUFF 1 McCormick Mower, 5-foot cut, 1 Pugh Potato Planter, in good condition. 1 16-inch Moline Riding Plow. 1 three-section Harrow, 102 Teeth. 1 two-horse Riding Cultivator. 1 Jointer. 1 Slip Scraper, 1 Lawn Mower. 1 set Heavy Work Harness. 1 set Heavy Hack Harness, 6 Collars. 2 pairs Collar Housings. 2 pairs 4-horse lines. 1 four-tine Jackson Fork. 1 Light Saddle. 1 Scoop Shovel, Pitchforks, Shovels and Hoes. 1 Grindstone. 1 Buck Saw. 1 Crosscut Saw, 4]/o feet long: 18 Milch Cows, 2 to freshen soon, 10 now giving milk, and 3 fresh. 8 long Yearling Steers. 5 Yearling Heifers. 3 Steer Calves. 12 Heifer Calves. 1 pair Fly Nets. Horses 1 Black Horse, weight 1260 pounds. 1 Black Mare, weight 1200 lbs., with colt by side, \ S p an Black Geldings, 4 and 5 years old, 2520 lbs. . ,, ■ u inoc , I Black Mare, 4 years old, weight 1285 pounds. 1 Bay Mare, 3 years old, weight 1290 pounds. 1 Sorrel Gelding, 2 years old, weight 1260 pounds. Some Hogs. 50 Turkeys. 4 dozen pure bred White Wyandotte Chickens. Household Goods 1 6-hole Range. 1 new Melrose Wood Heater. 2 Bedsteads and springs. 1 Mattress. 1 Sanitary Counch. 1 Dresser. 1 Writing Desk. 1 Stand Table. 1 Rocker. 1 Tapestry Brussels Rug 11 x 12. 1 Rag Carpet. 1 ten-foot extension Table. 1 Kitchen Table. 1 Cupboard. 6 Dining Chairs. 1 Kitchen Cabinet 1 New Iowa Cream Separator, 500 pounds. 1 Peerless Washer and Wringer. 1 Wash Tub and Boiler. 3 Lamps. 1 Rayo Lamp. Dishes, Fruit Jars, and Cooking Utensils. About 1000 pounds of potatoes. About 40 tons of Alfalfa Hay, first and second cuttings, put up in first-class shape. TERMS OF SADE —All sums of $20 and under cash. On sums over $20, six months' time on bankable note bearing 10 per cent interest. 5 pe r cent off for cash on sums over $20. See clerk before sale if credit is desired. No property to b e removed until settled for. S. J. Kiggins, COL. JAS. BARNARD, Auctioneer. THE PASTIME CIGAR STORE FRANK KNOX, Proprietor. Cigars, Tobacco, Candy and Soft Drinks Pocket Billiards A nice comfortable place for gentlemen to enjoy themselves. Whatever there is good in Tobaccos, Cigars and Cigarettes, we carry. POOL AND BILLIARDS Confectionery and Soft Drinks Make our cozy place your club house, and meet your friends here. You are as welcome as May flowers. THE BRUNSWICK CIGAR STORE THE BUSY PLACE HARRY ELMER JACK 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. The Index Want Column Brings Quick Sales. SALE BILLS AT THE RIGHT PRICE—INDEX BUTTER WRAPPERS AT INDEX OFFICE. Owner C. A. WEST. Clerk. 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. Oeswell, Propr., Union Block. . Phone 189 W. 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 I saw it in The Index, and read it yourself. All the news. $2.00 per year ♦» u Why not subscribe Harness and Saddles HORSESHOEING and ail the Goods in this line Money back if not suited, 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. I it. F.M. LOCKETT McMILLAN & RIGGS Ths Harness and Saddle Man.