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EMMETT NEWS
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Optometry means eye service.
Dr. Judd, dentist, Monroe Bldg.
I Diamond Edge knives and razors
■at Reilly's.
I H. H. Shelby of Ontario was
■Emmett visitor Sunday.
I A. McKenzie of McCall was in town
■Saturday.
1 Mrs. O. N. Callender has gone to
[Portland for a visit.
[ Keith Burns stopped in Emmett last
[week enroute to Boise from Cascade.
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Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Bowen spent
[Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0.
»H. Allen in Boise.
Clarence Dewalt is spending a few
jdays in town, registered at the Russel
hotel.
John Hall, who drives the stage be
tween Montour and Ola, was in town
[Saturday.
[ Miss Mary Gamage spent the week
j«nd at the home of Miss Maude Burt
[near Falk.
L. T. Pope, cattle man from the
Sweet country was an Emmett visi
rtor Tuesday.
j John Irby, employed in the forest,
service was in town Saturday from
|High Valley.
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SB Müi/« °^) B °ïüü and G -
M° nd ay from a two
itirrh' 5 ,nspectlon trI P through the
~
E D. M. Banta has accepted a position
jas mechanic with the Emmett Garage
land Auto company. He has moved
[his family here from PaTisades, Colo.,
[and expects to make this his home.
I The need of safe life insurance was
[never greater than now. Gall F. R.
[Chapin, phone 32-J and 1 will call on
[you.
- tverett of Boise made a trip
Emmett last Friday, looking for
en to work in the sugar beet fac
He finds capable men some
premiunt
Dan Johnson, who has spent the
aS ™ ' ear working in the Holt mines
t Warren, until the mines were clos
d down on account of labor shortaee,
ras a business caller in Emmett Fri
ones.,
vhat at a
'y
Itch! Itci! Itch!—Scratch! Scratch
leratch! The more you scratch, the
rorse the itch. Try Doan's Oirtt
lent. For eczema, any skin itching.
Oc a box.
It ' or V<' Fuller and -Ashley Cochran
tame down from Smiths Ferrv Mon
iay, returning to Cascade Tuesday.
The boys ar*e employed in the con
Cascade" * 3
Miss Janet Hawkins -went to Boise
ast week for a visit with her aunt,
Idiss Jessie Whittemore, returning
"'riday evening. Miss Whittemore ac
lompanietl her home aad spent the
veek-end here.
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"Mr Halt«»-« /i-f °> * 8S
» ace hette? ft There's no
IX wSho. fttted t0 ^ " 3me than
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Mr. and Mr. A. O. Sutton and littSe
Helen Anne went to Boise Saturday.
The Judge returned Sunday evening,
leaving Mrs. Sutton for anotter day's
visit with his parents. She returned
D. C. Flattery, one of Idaho's old
liners, wko has spent six years in,
uesday.
PROPER FOOD
Produces endurance and endurance pro
duces Success. Success depends greatly
on human health. Wholesome food not
only establishes Health, but it maintains
Vitality essential to daily work.
Our Groceries
Are selected according to the above.
They are wholesome, kept cleanly and
represent standard manufacturers.
Choice Teas and Coffees Here
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
CASH GROCERY
W. C. LANGROISE, Propr.
Where They Have Things
Phone 189-J.
! Comrade coffee, 8 pounds for 85c
; <t Reilly's.
T. C. Breshears of Ola visited in
Emmett Sunday.
Miss Edna Gruber is visiting her
sister at Nyssa this week.
M. E. Lewis returned last week
from the upper country.
George Turner's son fell last Sun
day, breaking his leg.
Miss Leota Wilson, who teaches at
Wilson Ida., is at home.
Luther Tennyson of Boise was in
town last Friday on business matters.
He took home several boxes of apples.
Jesse DeMasters
Glenn of Ola made a trip to Jordan
Valley last week to purchase cattle.
W. T. Smith, special land inspector,
of Salt Lake, was looking after home
stead claims and proofs in this vicin
ity last week.
and Sherman
j William Burkhard and John Mc
| Gowan returned Friday from Moscow,
j where they were attending Idaho Uni
1 ''ersity The school is quarantined—
" rrac " s a,ld dormitories—and stu
dents from outside were obliged to
I return to their homes.
> A hunting party composed of Herb
Haylor, Leslie Mills, Bud Mars and
j Elmer Holverson returned from a two
; w«eks camp in the Knox country Mon
j day night. They were quite pleased
w ith their success having brought)
down four deer. Th^y report no bear
in sight.
James Barrett received a letter
from his son Lynn at Moscow stating
that smallpox had broken out in the
school, and all students not success-
fully vaccinated had been rushed out
in the late evening and inoculated m
a mariner which threatened to be
throughly satisfactory.
">' ,
! rep ^ et the removal of one of , the fap
I f-' ardeners ' Henry Fuji), who is to go
I to Namp ?'. Mr - Fu J n won the re
I s P ect of his patrons with his cheerful
j and accommodating manner. Many
I rood wishes will follow him and his
■ family into their new location,
! his ' sister, who accompanied Mrs.
Sherard to Rochester, Minn., from her
Bert Sherard received a letter from
! home in Missoula, Mont., stating that
Mrs. Sherard's operation had occurred
the 24th, and that she had rallied nice
ly. The nurses gave her every assur
ance that the parierte would make a
KOO j recovery and Mr. Sherard feels
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<î ulte encouraged that she may be re
stored to he*üth.
! The fact that school is closed
j parties, no dances, no movies ane al
(lowed—this does not by any
hqueil the ardor of the indomitable
i youth. Loyal to previously laid plans
! last Sunday a party of about 20 of
j the High school fun makers loaded
' themselves and a plentiful supply of
eats—mostly weinies—into a canvas
; covered truck and betook themselves
to a sheltered -nook in the rocks of
Pkkett Corral hill and there .Bade
! marry "despite the howling wind and
^ ra fn." Yea the winds de
3cead{dand the Hoods came, and teat
upon that rock, but the glowing spir
j it of good fellowship was not quench
j ed nor was the camp fire, which, fho
somewhat unwiltiag, performed îts
1 duty. And the youngsters added one
: more good time to their list of plea*
lant memories.
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Butterwrappers at The Index Office
Jack Quinn of Idaho City was here
Sunday.
For good bread use Fleischman's
Yeast, at Reilly's.
Judge Bryan was in town conduct-j
ing court Tuesday.
Mrs. James Henderson spent last
Thursday in Boise.
Presbyterians, read your minister's
message in this week's notes.
Henry Haag arid J. M. Cuddy were
business visitors in Emmett Tuesday.
Sollie Callender is locating' his
family in Emmett for the winter, re
turning from Cascade. ,
Jack Watkins of Caldwell 5s in
Emmett, a quest of Fred Klepper, and
incidentally buying grain.
A life insurance check comes when
she needs it most. The Mutual Life of
N. Y. will take care of your loved ones
F. R. Chapin agent.
Loren Wellman and John Irby came
down from the upper country and took
the forest rangers' examination Mon
Sollie Callender brought a drove of
cattle from the upper country to feed
on the Vandersassen ranch during the
winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick McConnell have
moved into the Sinclair house in the
north part of town, recently vacated
by the E. O. Mech family.
Mrs. G. A. Warden started for San
Diego, Calif., last week but became
fearful of traveling and returned
home from Portland.
The jury which would be called for
next month's session, November 12,
has been held up pending develop
ments in the flu epidemic.
Eugene Gatton's brother and family
have moved to Emmett and are locat
ed on Commercial Ave. Mr. Gatton
will be employed at the B. P. mill.
Dr. and Mrs. Ia Wood are both
quite ill, though Mrs. Wood is at pre
sent much improved. The doctor has
had a painful time with suppuration
of the ear.
Mrs. Edgar Whipple of Sweet re
ceived a message from Portland Tues
day stating that her son was very ser
iously Bl. She left at ence to attend
him.
Miss Margaret Cupp and Miss Rose
berry nf the Emmett teachers' corps,
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. F- D. Bow
en to Boise Sunday. Miss Cupp re
mained for a few days' visit with
friends. ^
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shropshire en
tertained, the McFarland people and
others at dinner Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. McFarland left Monday for their
new location at Astoria, Ore.
G. E. Geary has accepted a position
with the Pioneer Furniture Company
as book keeper. Owing to Mr. Geary's
recent illness and operation he is un
able to engage in his former occupa
tion. Many Emmett friends will be
glad to know the Gearys will remain.
Mrs. J. H. Cronk received a tele
gram some time ago stating that a
nephew, Leonard Cronk. at one time a
resident of Emmett, had died of "in
fluenza at Ord, Neb. Tie left a wife
and two children.
Henry Kanatzel returned Tuesday
evening from Portland, where he has
been employed in the tftiip yards. He
thiriks Emmett a much safer place
than Portland with the epidemic rag
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barton drove
over from Boise Wednesday afternoon,
taking advantage of the magnificent
•weather, to call at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Everett Barton. Mr.
Barton, who has been ill for several
weeks with typhoid fever, is gaining
now and hopes to be about his duties
soon. Mrs. Riddle accompanied them
and remained for a week's visit at the
E. H. Barton home.
A. J. Brtts, formerly cashier of the
First National Bank, writes from his
new home at Madras, Ore., that while
the country is not so attractive as the
Emmett valley, they Tike their location
and are very pleasantly settled. Mr.
Betts has just returned from Kansas,
where he was called by his brother's
death from influenza.
Relatives of Miss Grace Burton, who
was called for special mirse service 1
at Camp Funston, received word that
the epidemic there ha? been so well
handled that the extra nurses have
all been released and she will return
within a few days. This is the camp
from which such flattering reports;^
were sent out concerning our Idaho j
physicians, Drs. Pittinger, Tukey and
Fàlk.
Friends of Mr. Fred VanDeusen will
he giad to know of his improvement.
Mr. VanDeusen has been a victim of 1
the Flu, from which pneumonia de- j
veloped and has beer, a very sic kman. I
However, the fever has broken and he
is able to take some nourishment and
unless further complications develope
he will probably be around in a short
time. Mrs. Olive Hewitson is attend
ing him, and will remain until the
danger of relapse is past.
1
Send your tin foil to the Red Cross.
Mrs. Geo. D. Johnson is enjoying
j a visit from her mother from Salt
I Lake.
j Don't forget to patronize the cooked
: food, farm produce and rummage sale
on the auction grounds in Emmett
next Tuesday, conducted by the Cres
cent club. •
A letter from Joe Gerhart, now at
Exeter, Calif., says: "We are getting
along very well here, but have net for
saken Emmett and to be able
return before long."
Mrs. Minnie Fairchild went to Pla
cerville last Saturday to attend the
funeral of her friend Mrs. John Mc
Devitt, accompanying Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Williams of Montour.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson were
called to Boise Wednesday by the ser
ious illness of Mrs. Hanson's father,:
She re
a man'92'years of age.
mained to assist in his care.
John Porter, Ed Francis, Earl Yea
ton and W. B. Morris returned this
week from a fine hunting trip. They
were successful in getting three deer
and considerable small game.
Miss Dora Merrill expects to leave*
for Philadelphia Saturday, having
completed her year's work here. She j
will spend the winter in the Eastern
cities, and we hope to see her return j
to our country in the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Riggs motored
to Boise Sunday and took dinner with |
Mrs. Florence Church-Orr. Mr. Orr
left last Friday for Camp Taylor, Ky.,
to join the heavy artillery camp. His
business associates in the Idaho Light
company presented him with a hand
some wrist watch upon his departure. I
W. A. Connelly, a former Emmett |
residènt, now at Phoenix, Ariz., in a j
letter says: "After traveling 45001
miles, we feel like settling down for |
thç winter and want the Index for a
firside companion. Here's all good
wishes for the fine Emmett country,
which I hope to visit again and eat of
her big red apples, the equal of which
is not found in this southland."
Beryl Goul, while working at the
Hoff & Brown mill Monday morning
i
suffered a very painful accident. He
was working at the cut off saw, and
reached in. to loosen a tie that was
caught when 1118 hand came in con
tact with the saw. A deep gash was
cut practically the length of his hand
partly through the bone, which will
make it doutftful if any of the fingers
can be saved.—Payette Lake Star.
request from Provost Marshal Crowd
er for a complete repo'rt covering all
registrants since the passage of the
draft bill. Accordingly he, with the
assistance of Mrs. Covert compiled
the required data—a lengthy and com
plicated taFk.
Taylor Preble is very ill at Camp
Lewis. His father has been able to
keep informed as to his condition,
and we understand he is somewhat im
proved at this writing.
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An Heal Place 1er
Your Ideal's Picture
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THE NEW
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America's women have
. accepted this newest nov
elty as the ideal place for
the brave soldier or sailor
lad's picture. Its popular
ity has been instantaneous f
and you must have one.
Their cost is but a tiny j
bit compared to the great I
treasure they hold.
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On sale at my store only
in this town.
W. J. EASTON
The Reliable Jeweler
LOSSES SURELY PREVENTED
BLACK
by CUTTER'S SUCKLES PILLS
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Write tor booklet nadt—HewnhiH __
lOAese pug. Blrcfclet Pills, |1 00
50 data pkg. Biacktag Pitta. 54.00
y Injector, bot Cuittr » simplest a*d
The superiority of Cutter prod«*» to ds»e to
oTcorv-tnJiztr.e in VACO MU AND MS VMS
ON COTTU'J. U uaU Wi i ft A h U,
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only. Insist
order direct. . __ ,
Th> Catty I.Mkrif ry. Mcfcdn. C aWfXi» J)
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 we cannot replace. If you expect to buy
at least make your selection and have your
stove reserved for later delivery.
E.M.REILLY&CO.
Groceries
Hardware
Whatever there ia 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
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Wm. Sargent, Professor Clapp and
his cousin left first part of the week
for a ôeer hunt.
Arch McKellar and Louis Ivie came
down from Ola.
Mrs. A. G. Pollard left for Newberg
Oregon Thursday. j
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Eh Laxktree was off duty a few j
days ago this week with a bad cold, j
Judge Sutton last week received a !
Boys Rob Warehouse.
Several siriall boys, whose names
will not be mentioned, have during the
last few weeks, stolen large quanti
ties of goods from C. B. Knox's ware
house, and have taken the brass from
his wagon scales. When the boys
were charged with the crime, they
confessed and have shown where the
goods were cached.
load has been recovered.
More than a wa
But
gon , ,
the brass bar belonging to the scales
and also some brass knobs are missing
and Mr. Knox will pay a reward to
anyone who may have found them if
returned.
('resent Club Sale.
The Crescent- Improvement Club
will hold a cooked food, farm produce
and rummage sale on the auction
erounds on Main street, Emmett, next
Tuesday, November 5, from 10 a. m.
to 5 p. m. They invite your patron
age.
Save your pits for gas masks.
Frank Holbrook was in town Thurs
day.
County Commissioner James Flake
of Oia was transacting business in
Emmett today.
M. Barker of
j
Mr. and Mrs. W.
Roseberry were Emmett visitors Wed
nesday.
!
Self Starter
THE HANDLE'S OWN WEIGHT,
u it coma* gradually down to
"A," puta the Bowl into rapid
motion. It require* but alight
ADDITIONAL KWU to bring bowl
to full speed.
»
Easiest Running
A
Requires but 42 turne of crank per minute
Srre* jmmr *tre»fti to extest of fro« M0 to 1000
to rut a day.
The oaly Separator that starts the easy way—by "pamp
iag"—which nse-aas prersiag downward on crank for a
quarter turn, then brin*iEg crank back to starting point,
repeating several times, before making full turns,
aettina up momentum DOWNWAJU) PRESSURE IS
EASIER THAN UPWARD LIFT.
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ST&VTeS Lighting Plants
Daylight aO time ia home. Will wath,
j chan, fan. tout, supply electric flat iron.
Û aare buaireJi of steps, provide water all
5/vc over house Operating coït low. A com
T Jï fort sad a joy.
"U. S. Light—
Bright—White—
Just Right!"
Greatest thing out for the farm
Send for full particulars
WHITMAN & CO
Tiie PJumber* "Where They Do Things
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Mrs. Wm. Chambers left this week
for Pueblo, called there by the critical
illness of a sister.
Will S. King has moved from Oak
ley back to Emmett.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. McFarland left
Monday for their new home at As.
toriâ. Ore., where Mac will be employ
ed in the government steel plant.
Will the parties who maliciously
broke my barber pole Saturday night
please call and settle, thus avoiding
further trouble. The party is known.
C. L. Gamage.
Mrs Phipps and children, niece of
Mr. Thomas came down from Cascade
for a 2 days visit.
T. W. Galigher of- Boise spent sev
eral days in Emmett this week.
When Robert asked a friend if he
had any coal, he was given a reply
that is the same spelled backwards or
forwards: Not a ton. Bob, not a ton.
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A good man back east has offered
to sell The Index a prayer for peace
^ ^ prints j n jh e paper every week,
^ e believe in practical Christianity
all right and bought our prayers for
peace at $50 apiece several weeks ago
in the form of Liberty bonds.
Scen in an exchanfre: -Mrs. Pear!
Heuser Ketner drove her auto to town
Friday and brought her baby boy and
three dozen old hens in a sack to our
Garland Produce Co., receiving 20bi
cents per pound for them.
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The draft having made it impossible
to have a "printer's devil," the young
lady wonders if she is a "devilette" or
"devilette." Since she has assumed
charge of the linotype, our gues is
that she is the operatorette-machini
stette.

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