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CASH BAZAR Emmett, Ida
Emmett, Ida NOVEMBER SALE HE ,response to our October Sale convinced us It at He people of Emmett and surrounding country appreciate the opportunity to save monpy in supplying their fall and winter wants. We are therefore putting on this November Sale in order that you may have another chance to supply your needs at a sav ing in price. T Muslin Special Special 36-INCH PERCALE, 25c. An unusual opportunity to buy a yard wide, fast color, good quality of Percale at calico pric es. Light and dark shades, the yard— A Good Quality Unbleached Muslin, 40-inch wide. Special for Saturday. 1 7 c yd 25c Limit 10 yards to a customer. Ready to Wear Dept. Notions Dress Goods Special Supply Yourselves Now With Ribbons Safety pins, No. 2 and 3 sizes, with guarded coil, doz. Snap fasteners, black or white, dozen ... Mending tissue, pkg...... First quality pearl buttons, doz.05 Fine mesh hair nets, each Cabinet wire hair pins, 60 count.. .05 Ric Rac braid, 6 -yd. pieces Child's elastics, all sizes, 2 pairs.25 The Keep Clean hair brush. The America alarm clock. Steel pins, 300 count, pkg. Brass pins, with the needle point 300 count . .06 We will place on sale 1000 yards of mill ends, fancy and plain colored satin and taffeta Ribbon, all shades, of the best quality, 6 and 6 inches wide, a 39c value Choice, per yard We will offer a big lot of wool dress goods, including plaids, checks and plain weaves. Among this lot is a 52-inch wool panama in black, navy, green, wine and dark brown. These are wonderful values and one-third less than we could sell them for if bought at today's prices. Your choice from 40 to 52 inches wide. The yard .. You will find here a large assortment of styles of everything in Ready-to-Wear Coats, Dresses, Separate Skirts, Silk and Cotton Petticoats, Waists, Sweaters and Millinery. Millinery Dept. .05 .05 Dress Specials 26c $1.39 .05 Hats l-4th Off For this sale we are going to give you a number of special Wom en's Silk Dresses, an opportunity to save money: Ali $16 Silk Dresses, Now . All $18.98 Silk Dresses, Now . All $21 to $25 Silk Dresses, now. .10 Replenish Your Linen Supply For Thanksgiving Fancy Silk Special You will find here everything that is new in Winter Çats, trim med, beaded or untrimmed shapes of velvet, velours and hatter's plush. You will find here a big assortment to sejleet from, Sat urday, .25 $9.98 .$1.19 An opportunity to buy a $2.00 value in the best all-silk taf feta and satins, in attractive stripes of all shades and combinations. A wide range for selection, choice yard .05 $1.59 We still have a stock from old pur chases. Pure linen damask, 70 inches wide, attractive patterns. Special for this sale, a $2,50 value per yard . $12.98 $16.98 .10 $1.98 Heavy Crash Toweling 36-inch Cretonne Special Outing Flannel Gowns Women's Coats Will offer 200 yards only of a ( 23c quality of Bleached Crash at j less than the mill cost today. Special, yard A good line of Fancy "Cretonnes j in all shades, suitable fdfr fancy I work and draperies, a 45c . quality for, yd. One-fourth Off Women's outing flannel gowns, of a good heavy outing, in pink and blue stripes, neatly made special value, at . 60 inch Wide 55c yd. Mer cerized Table Damask We are showing a large assort ment of styles in Women's Winter Coats of plush, velour, Pon Pons, Kerseys, etc., in this season's most wanted colors. Our prices as usual you will find much less than else where: Women's Plush Coats, with large collar, belted all around, good qual ity lining, special value at . Cloth Coats $ from. 15c 29c $1.25 Women's Blouses A chance to lay in a supply of Ta ble Damask at prices which prevailed ; six months ago. Many patterns to select from. A 76c value, while ("C the lot lasts, the yard 33u j 18-inch hemmed mercerized napkins, 6 for . Rugs Window Shades Toilet Soap Special Wool fibre rugs, good quality: Size 7 ft 6 in x 9 ft.$ 6.68 Size 6 ft. x 9 ft... 9 ft. x 9 ft. 9 ft. by 10 ft. 6 . Women's Georgette Silk Blouses beaded and braided trim med, special value at. Women's White Voile Waists neatly trimmed, priced at . $4.98 6 foot window shades, priced 65c Choice of Hazel Cream, Butter milk, Tar, Clover Blossom and Turkish Bath 6 cakes for .. $22.48 11.48 to *34.98 $5.26 at $7.98 $8.98 79c 7 foot window shades, priced at . 75c : 25c 98c Dinnerwarc Hosiery and Underwear At this season of the year you will want good warm underwear. We sell the "Athena" brand, which is tailored to fit the form, never bunches under the arms or in other places. We also sell other good makes, at prices that are less than elsewhere. Old Hickory Hose for Boys, OC« | Women's fine ribbed, fleece lined heavy ribbed, pair Z3C | union suits, low neck no sleeves, high Girl's fine ribbed cotton hose, the ! »eck. long sieves, dutch Buster Brown quality. OQ. ne ^' 8ho ? s ' eeVt ' 8 ' . j r . Avu Womens Swiss ribbed, P . . AP I fleece lined union suits, Womens Cotton Hose, in Okn ... ,, , ... „ _-s_ / JU very elastic, suit Women's fine quality cöttön 4C. \ Women's Silk Stripe _ wool mixed hose, in black or white, pair I union suits the Athena Women's Mercerized lisle, fashiom d quality, suit hose, in black, white and AQf* Children's fleece lined unions a good colors, pair '♦□G heavy suit, fine ribbed, all sizes QQ Women's Silk mid Fibre Hose, in 2 to 16 years, suit JUU black, white and colors, Qftf* Children's fine ribbed worsted un Special value, pair. . 301» ion suits, a good warm suit for winter Women's Vellastic Union Suits, the , wear: suit with a thick soft fleece, silk taped, sizes 34 to 44. Special suit We carry a complete stock in this line and show seven dif- _ . , , „ . erent patterns of fancy china to select from; belect now goods for Christmas, while the stocks are complete. SPECIAL—42-piece set* of semi-porcelain dinnerware, neat blue 1 We • hav . e preparad by making early purchases and this means a saving to you. You must see this line to appreciate it: DOLL BUGGIES—98c, $2.19, $2.98, TOY CANNON—Shoots a small wood I and $4.48. en projectile. An interesting WAGONS—$2, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, in novelty for the boy Each the best make of metal bed. AUTOMOBILES—Two sizes, yellow COASTER WAGONS—$5.50. wood, trimmed in REU V TaST $ SET—Sd'ng "two DJUVEBŸ TRUCKS—Ot ssrsnz. $2.98 RED TABLES-—Folding style, at | BUZZ WAGON-For joy and recrea Each .$1.29 $1.39fc for boy or * irl - TOY PIANOS—All sizes, 75c, 85c, DOLL BEDS— Öf $1.25, $1.75, $2.50, $3.45 and $4.98 CHILDREN'S CHAIRS—All sizes,] red, highly polished, rocking chairs and straight styles. Prices-— 59s, 69c, 75c, 85c, 98c, $1.19, $1.39, I and $1.59 I It band with small floral decoration. Special prices for the set during November. I 79c $1.49 HATER PITCHERS—Medium size, new cut pattern, a 65c value, while the lot lasts, each. SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS—Largest size, hectagonal A 35c value, special, set. . . 39c "Athena" 98c *" d $1.25 $1.98 19c shape, glass. METAL BREAD BOXES—Savory brand of the highest quality, all $1.35, $1.49 and $1.59 $ 1.10 $2.89 $1.19 sizes Large size in white enamel, each. $2.69 HIGH GRADE ALUMINUM ROASTERS—It will soon be turkey time, so prepare. We offer a $6 value for.$ 4.98 at $1.69 various styles and sizes: COAL BUCKETS. 59c 98c $1.10 $1.59 $2.19 8 and 10 years, suit.$1.65 12 years, suit. 14 and 16 years, suit.... $2.25 Choice of a galvanized or japanned, well made, a 75c quality Special, each . 59c 1.98 $1.25 $2.49 I SHOES |j'.. Blankets Jergins Talcum Powder » ». Crushed Violets, a 26c can large size, special. 16c These cool nights make one think of blankets. We have a large stock at popular prices. A good heavy wool nap blanket, in pretty blue, pink tan and gray plaid, large size, pair......... Good heavy cotton blanket, tan with pretty border ' trice a pair................ Grey cotton blanket, good sheet blanket, with pink blue border. Price a pair, special._.. Extra Large Size Comfort, covered with the best quality siîkaline, filled with one sheet pure white cotton A big value at_________ $5.98 Ladies' Battleship Gray, polish kid, cloth top, Louis heel, a $7.60 value, special, pair. Ladies' black kid polish, Fenway last or gun metal with college last, military heel. Special, the pair Ladies' Comfort shoe, Dongola kid tip, rubber heel, wide last, a wonderful value, pair. Boys' heavy, gun metal, button shoes, the Walton brand, solid leather soles, heels and counters— Size 8 to 12'/4. . Size 1 to 2H. 3 to 7... Boys' gun metal lace blucher— 9 to 13V4. 1 to 2*4 . 3 to 6 H . Boys' gun metal lace English last, for dress wear, all Special, pair. » $5.48 LARGE SIZE CARPET BEATER— Well made and reinforced; 19c article for. 50-FOOT CLOTHES LINE—Made of firm rope Special . » • : 13c a $3.69 $2.98 $1.98 or 23c TOILET PAPER—Special for Sat urday, 4 large rolls crepe toilet paper for ... LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER_Spe cial for Saturday Can . $2.98 3.39 • 1 25c 3 'l 3.75 « GRANITEWARE 4c Gray enameled, large size wash pan, a 50c article Special, each ... Old English gray granite milk pan, 5 quart size Special, each . No. 10 gray granite dish pan Special, each .;. 39c $ 2.75 . 3.25 RADDISON PATTERN—Cup., and saucers set of 6 . Dinner plates set of 6 . 39c 3.49 $1 $3.98 89c $1 sizes from 1 to 5V4. , I RED CROSS NOTES Any one having Xmas labels from boys in service may get cartons for packing from Haley & Miles or at the Red Cross Rooms. Don't forget November 20 is the latest mailing date. The yarn is here for sweaters. Will some one driving to Boise soon be willing t'o take a sack of pits 7 They are due at headquarters, and any who can deliver one sack kindly one notify the local Secretary, Mrs. G. W. Maxiield. The Red Cross rooms will be open each afternoon from 2 to 5:30. Baptist Notes. The Sunday school lesson which is our Bible study lesson for next Lord's day is found in Gen. 27:18-29. The general theme is, "Jacob's Deception". For "a time" it brought favor and po sition and seeming power. But the fruits of his falsehood in after years brought trouble, the loss of influence, fear, pain and misery. It also brought j suffering upon others. To Jacob's ere dit, he repented in deepsorrow and be came a "prince with God." Why not be a "prince with God" frorh early youth 7 Turn from the false to the true and live the princely life of the child of God—a life of sweet confi dence, courage, service and victory. The New Testament speaks of "The Church that is in thy house". These are days to revive the church at home, whether in that home there be two or ten. Let it be a •'lace of worship, prayer and fellowship and let us prac tice the divine presence in love and humility. The announcement! for the week are not changed from that of last week. Pray for each other and the work which is for the time silenced, Ff)r the kind assistance and sym Curds of Thanks. To those who were so kind and helpful to me in my bereavement of a cousin, George Fukomoto, I desire to express my sincere thanks..— F. D, Suyehira. I pathy* at the funeral of our son George we desire to express our sin cere appreciation and thanks.—Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dewey. EMMETT NEWS H. Harada and Frank Nakaqaua, former residents of Emmett were over from Nampa to attend the fun eral of George Fukumoto. To car owners: You can get your batteries rebuilt and recharged at j Wilson's Garage. j George Rinker came in from Council ! Monday to visit his family a few days, j I Mr. Maxfield, father of Mrs. Chris Hanson, passed away Wednesday morning in Boise. Frank Smith, abstractor from Wei ser, was in town on Friday on politi cal business. A baby boy was born Tuesday, No vember 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beutler. Charlie Stimson and E. C. Pryor left the first of the week for the upper country to hunt deer. W. H. Adkins returned * Tuesday from Portland, where he had been working in the ship yards. He says the influenza has taken flva out of 84 working in his department. W. H. Shane a few days ago re-1 ceived the sad news of the death from influenza of his niece, the only daughter of his sister, Mrs. Burdella Zabitz of Chicago. was an accomplished musician. The young lady Gwinn Fuller has had a relapse, and the authorities have been compell ed to take him into custody. Mar shall Landers and Harry Carmichael captured him, after a hard chase, on the butte, and turned him over to Sheriff Nichols. He will be returned to Blackfoot. Lieutenant F. A. Dressier of Camp Taylor, Ky., arrived Wednesday ing for a few days visit with the fami ly of Walter Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Chambers, Hi <S3 Dora Brown and Harold drove to Nampa to meet him. Mr. Dressier was a friend of the Brown peopls in Mankato, Kant. even A nephew and niece of Mrs Guv Moore arrived last week and wüll spend the winter in Emmett ™ ' Mrs. John Burger and children left the first of the week for Baker City, Ore., to visit her parents. mont h's visit at Gooding, where her daughter Miss Katherine was employ ed as stenographer with Padghan and f ad 8 ' han - attorneys. ■ |oye d her work there, but assist her mother for a time. Mrs. B. B. Davis returned from a Katherine en returns to Mrs. Florence Orr came over from Boise to inspect the local light office, returning Monday afternoon. Alton Busch returned Monday from Portland, where he ha* been working in the ship yards. Like others, he feels that home is a mighty good place to be with Flu to prevalent.