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J. P. REED
attorney and CoMfiaellor at L«w. Practice in All Court« Emmett, Idaho FINLEY MONROE Attorney At■ L« w Practice in All Coerta Emmett, Walt®. GEO. C. HUEBENER Lawyer. Practice in all Stale and Fed eral Cour ta. Room Ifi, Bank Emmett Bld». Phone 156. Emmett. Idaho R. E. ROSE DENTIST Room 18, Baik of Emmett Building DR. N. B. BARNES Osteopath Office 117, Bank of Emmett Bldg Hours: 1 to 6 p. m. daily. Spe cial dates by appointment. Phone 26 r 2. Bcatala Notary PuMfc W. W. WILTON REAL ESTATB Fire insurance in depend able companies. Macksmithing and Horseshoe lag Hay« bought the A) Pickle shop •n North Washington street, AU kinda of Plow Sharpening and General Machina and Wag on Repair Work. M. D. HORSESHOEING Practical horseshoeing, guaran teed to cure lame or interfer ing horses. P. MURPHY Boise Ave., between Maki and First Streets RAT 6. NEWCOMER GRADUATE OPTICIAN Registered in Idaho is 1901. Emmett, Idaho H. W. TITUS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER All Kinda mi Job Work. Shop on Boise Avenue on Ditch Bank EMMETT CAFE The First Class Cafe in Emmett Merchants Lunch from 11a. m. to 6 p. m. Supper served on short notice at reasonable rate. Meals to cost 40c and up. Reg ular date boarders $1 per day in advance. Short orders served at all hours. We are serving only loins of most all kinds of fresh meats. Step In and Try Us Once BERRY & CAMPBELL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates and plana fur nished. Shop on Washington street north of Canal Harness and Saddles and all the Goods in this line. Money back if not suited. I will also handle the Famous BUSH AUTO A moderate priced, guaran teed car. Complete Specifica tions on request. You will like it. F.M. LOCKETT The Harness and Saddle Man. TEXAS FLYER DOWNS SEVEN HUN PLANES /" I ( f à \ t % / m / rvr / > f ■ Wi w p i ptr U»l<m First Lieut Edmund O. Chamber lain, Marine corps aviator, who was recommended for the Victoria Cross and the Congressional Medal of Honor, the highest awards of two nations, for downing seven German planes while on a visit flight with a British air squadron. He dispersed a company of Huns with a machine gun while landing, took one prisoner and car ried back a wounded French officer. Chamberlain balls from San Antonio, Tex., and Is a graduate of Princeton and Texas universities. STMT THEIR BATHES FROM STRIP OF TAPE Just Like Runners Taking Part in a Great Athletic Meet The allied armies start their battles from a tape-line just like runners tak ing part In an athletic meet, A strip of white tape, an inch wide, marks the assembly line from which the troops "go over." The troops gather nnder cover darkness and await the "zero hour," which is guarded with the strictest secrecy. All the watches of the of ficers are synchronized. The soldiers await the word to start. It may given at midnight or at four-fifty o'clock in the morning. Tve seen an attack started by Amer icans along the Marne In the mld-af temoon sunlight, but the onslaughts usually are launched before daybreak, or during a fog. The British have developed an In genious smoke screen, which, coupled with the artillery, baffles the enemy. I've seen troops march silently dur ing the night to the ussembly tape. I've heard the boom of the great guns and seen the flashes marking the barrage as a flood of men rushed forward. It seems Incredible how any living,thing could come through such Infernos, when at dawn you trudge across the fresh battlefield and see the starting tape lying on the scorched grass and across mighty shell craters. AIR STATION IN IRELAND Yankee Camp Springs Up With Speed of Circus. An American aviation station In growing In Ireland with the speed of the early morning tent city which springs up when the circus comes to town In the states. Captain Herbster Is In comn...nd, and under his supervision a miniature town Is springing up, carefully planned, mostly wooden construction, but neat and methodical. An example of Yankee efficiency, the one big airdrome already In place was designed In America, built there In sections, shipped across the Atlan tic and erected In record time. Jt Is a remarkably efficient product of American engineering ingenuity. Aviators In training there will help run down the Hun who preys under the North sen. TURNING TO SILVER Miners Find That Purchasing Price of Gold Is Going Down. The Yukon miner Is turning from gold to silver mining. While the value of the former, or Its purchaslug power, has decreased, that of silver has been doubled. There is great activity m two silver Ma^^utrict'on n th7 up^erTewart river and along me Twoive-Miie creek. These fields are 150 miles apart. S1I The Canadian government has dis patched a party of geologists to Inves tigate the prospects of developing the sliver mining Industry In this section. Rain Drowns Sparrows. Rain fell so hard in a storm at Moundsvllle, W. Va., recently that hundreds of sparrows were drowned. Warm Things for Cold Days Groceries Men's Apparel Our long- experience here fits us to know the needs of men and boys in wearing ap parel. From the young fellow who wants to dress up to the lumberjack who wants to be protected from the cold and the rain and snows, we are prepared to fit them out com pletely. Hats, Caps, Shirts, both dress and work, Ties, Hose, Gloves, Mackinaws, Fine Shoes and Work Shoes, Rubber Footwear of all kinds, Warm Shoes, boots and Pacs. We're proud of this department. It is right up to the minute in quality service. We are especially well prepared to supply the housewife with the necessary supplies for the holidays—for mince meat, fruit cake, etc. Then we have bananas, oranges, lemons, cranberries, nuts, dates, figs, and a variety of vegetables. We fill your orders as you want them and deliver them promptly. We carry a very complete line of hard ware, cutlery, nails, builders' hardware, axes, saws, etc. Underwear Then there's our Underwear department, very complete in every detail in Union Suits and two-piece garments, in light, medium and heavy weight, in wool or cotton or mixed, for men„ women and boys and girls. Blankets, Comforts Blankets and Comforts —Lots of them, and good ones, too, both wool and cotton. When You Want Good Shoes Go to John MclNish's Store General Merchandise aud Groceries BIG STOCK SALE at the E. Sweet ranch in Sweet, Idaho WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11th Free Lunch at 11 a. m., sale starts immediately after 150 Mead of Cattle 3 Red Milch Cows, 2 years old. 8 Red Milch Cows, 3 years old. 3 Red Milch Cows, 4 years old. 2 Red Milch Cows, 5 years old. 2 Red Milch Cows, 6 years old. 2 Red Milch Cows, 7 years old. 1 Jersey Milch Cow, 4 years old. 1 Holstein Milch Cow, 5 years old. 2 Roan Milch Cows, 4 years old. 1 White Face Milch Cow, 4 years old. 1 White Face Milch Cow, 5 years old. 1 White Face Milch Cow, 10 years old. 1 Red Bell Milch Cow, 8 years old. I Line Back Milch Cow, 5 years old. II Red 2-year-old Heifers, Shorthorn. 1 spotted 2-year-old Heifer. 1 Roan 2-year-old Heifer. 30 Red 1-year-old Heifers, Shorthorn. 8 1-year-old Heifers, milk stock. ; 15 1-year-old Steers. 1 Red 2-year-old Bull. 2 Red Bull Calves. 47 Spring Calves (over half of them steers). One $7.00 Babcock Milk Tester given FREE_ I One chance with each milch cow sold. IMPLEMENTS HORSES 1 Gray Mare, 5 years old, 1600 lbs. 1 Bay Mare, 13 years old, weight 1300 lbs. 1 Bay Horse, 13 years old, weight 1300 lbs. 1 Bay Mare, 3 years old. unbroke, weight 1400 lbs. 1 Sorrel Horse, 2 years old. unbroke, weight 1100 lbs. 1 Iron Gray Yearling, weight 1100 lbs. i 1 Black Mare, 4 years old, 1400 lbs. i 2 old Saddle Horses. 21 head of Shoats, weighing 40 lbs. each. 1 John Deere Manure Spreader. I 1 New Mower, 5 foot. 1 New 14-16 four-horse Disc Harrow 1 14-inch Oliver Gang Plow, New. Half interest in Land Roller and Mulcher, 1200 pound. 1 six-shovel John Deere Corn Cultivator 1 six h. p. New Way Gas Engine. 1 John Deere Fanning Mill. 1 Slip Scraper. 1 Harrow Trailer. 1 Mead Hay Press. | HOGS 1 HAY—150 Tons Hay in Stack, 1 Low-Wheel Wagon and Hay Rack 1 U. S. No. 17 Cream Separator. 1 Hog Oiler. Harness and Collars. j TERMS OF SALE—Amounts under $20, cash. On sums over $20. a discount of 5 per cent for cash or bankable note at 10 per cent for six months' time. No property to be removed until terms 0 f sa | e are complied with. If credit is desired arrange with clerk before sale starts. ^ Liberty Bonds Accepted at Face E. SWEET, Owner I. W. STODDARD, Clerk. COL. JAS. BARNARD, Auctioneer.