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General Banking Busi
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NEWS OF GEM COUNTY
By The Index's Correspondents
George Ewing has a bad hand. He
hurt it and the wound necame infected
Roise Riggs and wife took in the
Community sale Wednesday and also
visited at his brother's home.
Mr. Heffner did quite a little busi
ness in Letha sales day, as he had his
meat wagon on the job.
School will begin Monday, Nov. 26,
as the State Board of Health have re
leased their order for quarantine.
A late report says that Mrs. Ralph
Vanderdusscn is much improved .ind
the chances are good for her recovery
The drainage district have sold their
bonds this week, which will be good
news to those in the project.
Mr. Hinchliff of New Plymouth
came up Monday and removed the
tioiler from the cheese factory to New
The Gem State Lumber Co. have a
ear of lumber in this week.
There will be church and Sunday
school at the Baptist church at the
usual hour Sunday.
The United War Fund drive netted
$313.77. The quota was at first $276,
hut afterward it was suggested that
we ought to over-subscribe 60 per cent
We almost made $376.
Craig Bros, shipped two carloads of
wheal from lyotha this week.
It is said that the Tom Clark family
are afflicted with smallpox, all but a
couple of them being down.
Ethel Fishback and Mrs. Sadie Jones
arrived from Irrigon, Ore., the former
to remain at home and the latter for
a visit with the home folks.
Two ears of cattle and hogs were
loaded at Letha, Friday. Grover of
New Plymouth loaded one and perhaps
both; we did not learn positively.
By , Mrs. E. Tennyson.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Yergenson took
dinner last Wednesday with Mr. ami
Mrs. W. H. Yergenson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bullard came;
1 hey ulso attended
the funeral of John Martin, whose
over from Boise Saturday to visit at!
the home of their daughter, Mrs.
The Product of Experience
We are making a special price on the
cars that we have in stock and those who
have been wanting and needing a car
and have been putting it off until the end
of the war can now buy one at the old
price of $835.00.
Now is the time to purchase one, for
our next shipment will be at least $100.00
This is an opportunity for you. Come
in and let us demonstrate this car to you.
We know that a ride in it will convince
you that it is the car you need.
Home of the Monroe and Chevrolet
sudden death was a shock to this com
Miss Katherine Mann was a week
end visitor with Mrs. Nephi Yergenson
Mr. and Mrs. G. Ellis were Sunday
evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shane and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Kjreizenbeek ware
Sunday visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bischoff of Cald
ell were over Sunday, visitors of their
daughter Mrs. E. Tennyson.
M. L. Hanthom went to Weiser
Mrs. Matt Bilbirey has received
word that her daughter, Mrs. Floyd
Fowler of Burley was quite siok with
Mrs. G. Bartholow visited Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. E. Tennyson.
Bv E. F. Well«.
Mert Jackson made another trip to
Jordan valley this week with apples.
School will start again Monday,
and we believe the kiddies, as well as
the teacher, will he glad to
their work again after five t^eeks of
A. N. Storey butchered a beef Tues
William Wayne is the name of the
i you, "' r 8on whirh iame to Kladden the
I hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Purl Storey
last Thursday morning. The young
man has a better start in life than
most of us, as his weight was 12
pounds at birth.
The Tom Clark family seem to be
having more than their share of sick
After all having a round with
the influenza they ure now all sick
with the smallpox. They say they do
not know where they contracted the
Dr. Cummings is attending
them and reports them as getting
By Mrs. C. W. Cook
Miss Alice Hartley spent two days
last week in Boise visiting her uncle,
Mrs. B. S. Wright has been quite
ill this week but is improving now.
Miss Grace Cook returned to her
school duties near Weiser on Wednes
Mrs. Ray Stinson received a request
from the school in which Miss Grace
Cook is employed, to act as substi
tue for Professor Beckwith who was
called to Iowa Saturday by illness in
his family who are there on a visit
Mrs. Stinson made hasty preparations
and departed to accept the work.
G. A. Warden, with the other mem
bers connected with the Federal Loan
Co., is in High Valley this week at
tending to business.
The neighbors of H. Harpt were
treated with a fine venison roast this
week, due to Mr. Harpt's good luck
hunting deer in the upper country 4 .
It was indeed a wonderful treat.
Frank Hutton, who is Stationed at
Philadelphia, has been promoted to
the î osition of Corporal. Marvin Hut
ton is at Camp Mills doing guard duty.
Miss Alice Wright is happy over the
possession of a new piano.
Winifred W'est, son of Mr. and Mrs
Fred A. West, left Wednesday for
Seattle to train for the merchant ma
The weather has kept the bean
growers quite anxious, the soft beans
failing to dry as expected. Emmett's
crop of Pinto beans will be a big one
d the growers will receive ample
toward for their work.
G. A. Warden and C. T. Hall of the
Park ranch near Fruitland are recent
purchasers of White Collie pups from
Mrs. Ray Stinson.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Conrad, Walter and
Clara and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hereth
and family motored to New Plymouth
Sunday morning, returning in the
Mrs. F. C. Schadt and children spent
Friday with Mrs. L. M. Crozer.
Mrs. B. L. Limbaugh was on the
sick list several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dillon were guests
at the Byers home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Kraus were callers
at the Conrad home Sunday evening.
Mrs. Walter Larkin and Lucile call
ed at the Thos. Larkin home Monday
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Limbaugh visit
ed at the Norwood home Sunday.
Sunday school next Sunday at 2 p.
m. Preaching at 3 by Rev. Lanmann.
Everybody is cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Irai Rice ami family
and Ruth Crozer of Greenleaf were
guests at the L. M. Crozer home Sun
Lucile Larkin spent Saturday night
und Sunday with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Larkin.
Ena und Ina Sheets are spending the
week at the Bennett Limbaugh home.
By Mrs. J. I. Guthrie
W. M. Wayman, C. E. Atwood and
George Ebner of Valiere, Mont., came
from Boise Saturday evening and
spent the night at the Guthrie home.
Sunday morning, in company with R.
B. Wentworth and J. I. Guthrie, they
departed by auto, going through
Payette to Weiser and returning to
Emmett by way of Ontario and New
Plymouth. They inspected the con
struction work which is being done
on the canal by the Emmett Irriga
tion District. Mr. Atwood is chief
engineer and Mr. Ebner, water mas
ter of the Valiere irrigation project.
They are visiting all the important
irrigation projects in Idaho, going to
Boise Monday evening, where they will
visit the Arrow Rock dam.
School will reopen in District 4 on
Monday, Nov. 25. The school board
released Miss Norwood from her con
tract as teacher in order that she
might accept an important position in
the Bank of Emmett. Her place has
been filled by Mrs. Clair Shane, who
is not a stranger in this district, hav
ing taught here a few years ago.
Work on the Bissei creek bridge at
the Barnett crossing is in progress.
This is a much needed improvement,
and will be much appreciated by the
Guy Dayton was interviewing
orchard owners in our vicinity Wed
nesday, taking orders for spray ma
terials to he used next season.
Mr. Heffner of Letha makes us
regular trips with his meat wagon.
He is building up a nice business.
Master Wayman Guthrie and Miss
Jean Wentworth, who both had birth
days last week, celebrated the occa
sion with a big dinner at Grandma
Wayman's Sunday. Besides the Went
worth and Guthrie families, Messrs.
W. M. Wayman, C. E. Atwood and
George Ebner of Montana were guests.
Nazarene Church Notes.
We are glad to he able to announce
regular services of the church: Sun
day school at 10 a. m„ Preaching at
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Song and
praise service begins at 7 p. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday night 7:30. The
pastor will hold regular preaching ser
vices every Wednesday night at the
Central Mesa schoolhouse. beginning
next Wednesday night at 7:30.
An 8 pound daughter was horn to
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hanson last Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson have just
recently moved into Emmett. coming
from the Anthony Peterson ranch,
which changed ownership last week.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom David
son, Saturday, a girl, and tr Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Ross, Sunday, a boy.
Mrs. McClellan of Emmett is the
nurse at the Purl Story home.
A little daughter arrived at the
ome of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shank Tues
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Pearl Storey of Bramwell Last
Mrs. R. H. Mahanna and Mrs. Geo.
bachelier were guests of Mrs. Joel
Brown this week.
Men's & Y oung Men's
ALL WOOL High Grade Overcoats in all styles
and weights, worth from $25.00 to $35.00. A
SPECIAL SALE at the critical time when Over
coats are absolutely necessary.
DON'T WAIT—BUY YOUR OVERCOAT NOW!
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER
I Back With a Smile
We Open Sunday, Nov. 24
Picture hungry? Sure you are.
You didn't realize how
much you needed motion pictures until you were deprived of
The Board of Health has revoked the closing order, effect
ive Sunday. That means the danger is over.
This theater has been thoroughly renovated. You deserve
a feast and we've got it ready for you. We've picked a dandy
good program to start with.
Sunday Matinee at 3 p. m
Mabel Talifero in "A WIFE BY PROXY
SHE LOVED HIM PLENTY," 2 reel Sennett Comedy
Sunday INight at 7:30
Believe IMe, Xantippe
With Wallace Reid. A Big Paramount Production
at Ideal Theatre
MIKE & IKE
THEY LOOK ALIKE
JOHNSON & JOHNSON
Apply to this office for
dates for sales.
John and Will Obermeyer made a
business trip to Boise today.
P. O. & E. Auto Stage Line
STANTON BROS., Payette, Idaho.
Miles Daily and Sunday Miles
.8:30 a. m.
. 6 9:00 a. m.
. 5 9:20 a. m.
9:50 a. m.
20 10:00 a. m.
33 11:00 a. m.
1:30 p. m.
13 2:30 p. m.
3:00 p. m.
3:20 p. m.
3:30 p. m.
4:00 p. m.
CAR, CADILLAC SPECIAL
Emmett Phone 16
DRIVER, J. W. LEE.
UP-TO-DATE STATIONERY—INDEX OFFICE
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