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or Labor Counts —every ounce
rk you do helps some soldier who
ting over there! This war is being
. M truly in the household and in
irk-ahop as it is in the trenches.
American women are
ïe of our
down physically and mentally.
e weaknesses of their sex. They
backache, dragRiriK sensa
fare very nervous and have pain in
Lf bead. If they ask their neighbors
'will be told to take a Favorite Prc
tion of Dr Pierce's which has been
Tam favorably known for the past
ell ami lavo.o, , 1
,
from
century.
feak women should try it now. Don't
■) Today is the day to begin. This
peranre tonic and nervine will bring
vigor and vitality. Send Dr. Pierce,
alo, N. Y., 10c. for trial pkg. tablets.
■omotes perfect regularity. It soothes
strengthens the nerves, drives away
mdency, and gives a healthy appetite
refreshing sleep. It makes weak
t is a wonderful prescription prepared
y from nature's roots and herbs with
alcohol to falsely stimulate and no
cotic to wreck the nerves.
frite Dr, Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
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ncc
en strong.
IDAHO CAFE
MEALS 30c and Up
Open from 6 a. m. to 12 p.
m. Noodles and chop suey
at night. Everything clean
and first class.
FONG & FONG, Prop.
North room-Stanley Block
Battery Service
Station
Storage Batterie« Completely
Overhauled, Rebuilt or Re
charged.
6-volt battery recharge.$1.00
12-volt battery recharge.... 1.50
M. & M. GARAGE
HORSESHOEING
We are experts. We adapt
the shoe to the horse's
needs and the work he is to
do, whether for traveling
or pulling.
McMILLAN & RIGGS
Corner Grocery
THE HOME OF GOOD EATS
The place to buy Groceries for the least money.
Everything fresh and clean and nothing but the
best carried in stock.
Fresh Green Vegetables of all kinds. Oranges,
Lemons, Bananas, Grape Fruit and Cranberries.
Also Fresh Weinies, Bologna. Minced Ham, Pig's
Feet and Cured Meats of all kinds.
SAVE MONEY' and buy Nut Margarine and
Oleomargine.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOB CASH
SEE WHAT CASH WILL BUY
W. W. Wilkerson, Prop.
Phone 160 .
Auto Delivery
P. O. & E. Auto Stage Line
Phone 216
STANTON BROS., Payette. Idaho.
Daily and Sunday
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
LEAVE
Emmett .p. m.
Falk .13 2:30 p. m.
New Plymouth....20 3:00 p.m.
Fruitland 28 3:20 p.m.
Ontario.32 3:30 p.m.
Arr. Payette.33 4:00 p.m.
CAR, CADILLAC SPECIAL
Emmett Phone 16
Miles
LEAVE
Payette ..
Ontario ..
Fruitland
New Plymouth.. . 13
Falk .
Arr. Emmett
DRIVER, j. W. LEE.
Miles
The Index Want Column Brings Quick Sales.
CHURCH NOTICES.
Christian Science Social.
Meets every Sun-lav mi.mi/'i ».
Moose hall at 11 t'dock.
wtlcome extended to all ordihl
J ***•
Latter Day SainU.
Service» on Sunday as follow»; Sun
day school at 10 a. .n. Regular ser
vicea at 2 p m. All are invited.—
Geo. F. Smith, Bishop.
St. Mary's Episcopal.
Rev. Mr. Ashton will be present
Sunday to conduct services in this
church. Strangers will be cordially
welcomed.
Morning prapyer and sermon on the
first and third Sundays of each month
at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 10
a. m.
* Catholic
Services will be held at the Catholic
church three Sundays of the month,
namely, first, second and fourth. On
first Sunday there are two masses
^ am ! ^ *• m i on the fourth Sun
day ! here 18 °? ly orie mass, at 10 a. m.
TTVT EVery - Sunday at
a. m. Evening services on the third
Sundays at 7:30 p. m. Father 1. Reis.
Presbyterian Church Notes
10 a. m.—Sabbath school. Lesson,
"Joseph Made Ruler of Egypt." Gen.
41:33-44.
"V - ^?r n 'n*„ wo £ s, ? ,p - Ser m° n >
L eTc Forbes * S y
'
p. m.—Christian Endeavor.
Lesson, "When to Begin". Leader
Lawrence Tolies.
7:30 p. m.—Prayer Meeting, Wed
nesday, "Making Plans". Leader, The
Minister.
8:15 p. m.—Choir practice. A full
attendance is very much desired. Work
ÜÏÏ3.T& aw* kindly
["'Ladies' Aid on Saturday, Dec. 14.
j We are anxious to be of the greatest
j possible service. Will you call on us if
I you need help, comfort, or cheer? Our
j business is to help. We cannot do it,
I f we do not know you want us—James
j Adams, Minister.
Christian Church
I Sunday school at 10 a. m. J. H. Mc
Sparran will preach at 11 a. m. each
! Sunday morning.
Baptist.
The Emmett Baptist church extends
% hearty invitation to the following
services: Sunday—Bible school at 10
a. m., morning worship at 11. Young
j People's Union at 7:30 p. m. Evening
; worship at 8:30 p. m. We offer the
people of Emmett a church home,
1 , p .. /-.„j w :,u a
t ^S y a in-mrine services
glad heart and amid inspiring services
and good fei- P* , n j
is ever ready to -P - '
MornPn"" "'Construction" and Kecon- :
strortinn" Evening, "The Gospel of '
f'ooil Health"_A C Lathrop, Pastor,
uooa Mean . e
Baptist Notes.
The subjects for Sunday are of es
this time an
j pecial interest
ought to be heard by large audiences
will deal with facts
at
Both messages
I vital to kingdom interests,
i We are looking forward to Xmas
and planing to express our Xmas glad
i ness in a good big offering for the
■ starving millions of Bible lands.
J Preaching at Central Mesa Sunday
at 3 p. m. ,
This is the week of booster laymen
■ conferences in our associations. Mon
day a company of our men were at
New Plymouth, Tuesday at Payette
! a nd Wednesday the meeting was held
in our own church in connection with
our annual meeting. There was a good
attendance and an interesting p -
The reports show this to he the
church history. The
gram.
1 banner year in our
financial budgets for both current and
mission funds have been subscribed in
full. Plans for the evangelistic drive
in January and the enlistment of all
our people in definite lines of
W ' e ? endor8ed ' , .
Jjr y° un K people held their annual
îî 6 ® 1 «? ° n Monday evening, at which
the officers for the ensuing six months
were chosen.
service
Methodist.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. Epworth league at
7 p. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. Pray
er meeting Wednesday at 8 p.
Choir practice Friday at 8 p.m. A
very cordial invitation is extended to
all to come and worship with us.—F.
E. Finley, Pastor.
m.
Nazarene
The attendance at the morning and
evening services was encouraging con
sidering conditions, and the interest
was splendid. A much larger attend
ance is expected this coming Sabbath.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. and preach
ing by the pastor morning and even
ing as usual. The song and praise
service begins at 7 p. m. Special mu
sic will be a feature of these services.
Come on time and bring a friend with
you. If you do not know God, come
and seek Him and then help others to
find Him who only can satisfy the hu
man heart. The pastor is always rea
dy and anxious to receive calls from
or calls to see any who need his ser
vices and as far as possible secure
help for the needy and distressed.—
W. H. Parker, 514 South Washington
St., Pastor.
Spanish Cedar Sawdust.
Some dirions uses are found for
the better kinds of sawdust. One of
these pertains to the Spanish cedar
sawdust, which is of extreme light
ness. It Is employed for packing cheap
chemicals contained in gloss and ship
ped for long distances. In this rela
tion there must he taken into consid
eration the question of weight and
so Spanish
sawdust enters the equation.
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"Colonel" Is a Column Leader.
The Spanish for colonel is coronel,
the Italian coionello. The Spaniards
originated the word 4tX) years ago
and seem to have made it by combin
ing the sense of the Latin colunma. a
column, with that of corona, a crown.
We follow the French spelling, but
in pronouncing we retain the Spanish
"r," lienee "kernel," as we say :r. Lit
erally it means the leader of a column
or of the company at the head of the
regiment in column.
Just What He had Done. ,
Charlie, trying tn amuse himself as |
, , , ,
" " ' " u ' ' our trarage
dragging ;1 „ „id cobwebby umbrella,
which after much exertion lie was
able to open over his head. His grand
coming to the door, called |
out, "Charlie, you put that umbrella
right up this minute." Charlie piped
b ,. r h(ls (Jot lt an(1 rse doin
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Heavy, impure blood makes a mud -1
dy, pimply complexion, headaches, I
nausea, indigestion. Thin blood makes j
you weak, pale and sickly. For pure j
blood, sound digestion, use Burdock ■
Blood Bitters. $1.25 at all stores.
for a
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For the sure protection of linemen |
handling live wires u pair of gloves
inside and one outside of the rubber
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the linger nails and a leather gauntlet
over the rubber glove protects from ■
outside mechanical Injury, aids in
grasping tools and keeps the hands
warm in winter.
Protection From Live Wires.
The
gloves have been recommended,
woven fabric inside glove takes up per- j
spiration and shields the rubber from
'
!
About Croup.
If your children are subject to croup j
or if you have reason to fear their
being attacked by that 'disease, you '
should procure a bottle of Chamber-.
Iain's Cough Remedy and study the
directions for use, so that in case of i
an attack you will know exactly what |
course to pursue. This is a favorite j
and very successful remedy for croup, I
and it is important that you observe j
the directions carefully. ' t

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Biblical Thrift.
The Scriptures give us many lessons
In thrift. Ezekiel warned the children
of Israel that during the siege of Jeru
salem they would have to he thrifty.
He said; "Take thou also unto thee
wheat, and barley, and I leans, and
lentiles, and millet, and fitches,
put them in one vessel, and make thee
bread thereof."—Ezekiel iv ; 9. The
Bible shows that Ezekiel ordered the
children of Israel to eat their meat
by weight, and even thus only "from
time to time."—Thrift Magazine.
Sleep and Rest.
One of the most common causes of
insomnia and restlessness is indiges
tion. Take one of Chamberlain's Tab
lets immediately after supper and see ■
- 1
if you don't sleep better,
cost a quarter.
They only ■
Gray Copper.
The work of a Swiss investigator I
suggests that absolutely pure copper
may have a light-gray color like that
of most other metals, since it Is found
that copper which ha» been ten times
distilled in vacuo has only a pale rose
color, while the yellow color of gold
becomes much lighter under similar
treatment.
Accidents will-happen, but the best
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Eceletic Oil for such emergencies,
Two sizes, 30 and 60 cents, at all
stores.
!• no more nec #«**ry
than Smallpox, Army
experience baa demoostxa'^
the aimoat Biraculoua effi
cacy, end luuailessneaa« of Antityphoid Vaccination.
Be Txcclrtatfd NOW by ymir physician, you and
your family. It Is
Ask your physician, dro£f 1st« or send for "Have
you had Typhoid?** tell ln« of Typhoid Vaccine,
results f
the orrmr tABOtATorr, tanoxy, cal
TYPHOID
▼ital than bouse insurance.
from Typhoid Carriers.
MIKE & IKE
THEY LOOK ALIKE
JOHNSON & JOHNSON
Auctioneers
Apply to this office for
dates for sales.
Notice to Creditors
Estate of Robt. A. McCool, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Administratrix of the Estate
of Robt. A. McCool, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after the
first publication of this notice, to the
said Administratrix at the law office
of Finley Monroe, in the City of Em
mett, County of Gem, State of Idaho,
this being the place fixed for the
transaction of the business of said
täte.
es
Dated November 9th 1918
HULDA C. McCOOL
Administratrix of the Estate of Robt.
A. McCool, Deceased.
Finley Monroe, Attorney for Ad
ministratrix, Residence Emmett, Ida
ho.
First publication Nov. 14, 1918.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That at the general election to be
held in the BLACK CANYON IRRI
GATION DISTRICT on the 10th day
of December, 1918, there shall be sub
mitted to the qualified electors of
said District the question whether or
the
States of America and said District,
the execution of which was authorized
by the electors of said District at an
election held October 6, 1917, as pro
vided by Section 26 of said contract,
shall be amended; that said contract
as amended shall authorize the Secre
tary of the Interior to sign said con
tract and proceed with the construc
tion of any one or more of the units
without being obligated to proceed
with the construction of other unit
or units until he is fully satisfied that
there is water available therefor and
funds provided for the construction
thereof, and the Secretary reserves
the right to decide whether an addi
tional unit or units of the Black Can
yon Irrigation District or the proposed
extension of 14,000 acres in the Hill
. , „ . „ _. . . . , ..
f est aad Districts shall
be constructed first, and the cost of
work exclusive of storage shall not
exceed $70.00 per acre, and should the
Secretary of the Interior decide it
necessary or advisable to construct
additional reservoir capacity for any
unit or units of the Black Canyon Ir
rigation District, the District agrees
to pay such portion of the cost of
said additional reservoir capacity as
the Secretary of the Interior may de
termine to be equitable in addition to
the $70 per acre, under the same terms
ag the $70.00 is paid, and this ad
ditional cost shall be charged to all
un its of the Black Canyon Irrigation
District constructed under the terms
of this contract.
The Amendment to said contract
and the report of the State Engineer
is open to public inspection hv the
people of the District at the office of
[the Board of Directors of said Dis
trict, room 19, Caldwell Commercial
Bank Building, Caldwell, Idaho, and
at the office of the State Engineer,
State Capitol, Boise, Idaho, which
amendment is hereby referred to and
p,y reference made a part hereof,
The election shall be held in the fol
[lowing named places to-wit;
Precinct No. 1; Residence of C. A.
Burtch. three miles north of Middleton
iIdaho
Precinct No. 2: Babcock's store,
New Plymouth, Idaho. , o oo
The_ polls shah be open at 8.CK) o -
c * oc *5 ln forenoon of said day and
continue open until 7.Op o clock P. M.,
at . "'h'ch election the ballot shall con
„ J" 16 words. Amendment yes
and Amendment—no, or words equi
valent thereto.
No registration shall be required to
vote at this election, but in lieu there
of the Judges of Election shall re
quire every elector to subscribe to an
elector's oath as a prerequisite to
casting his or her vote, and such oath
shall be the usual elector's oath, with
the following words added: "And I am
a resident and holder of land within
the boundaries of the Black Canyon
Irrigation District."
The boundaries of Precincts 1, 2 and
3 are the same as Divisions 1, 2 and 3,
as prepared by the Board of County
Commissioners of Canyon County,
Idaho, in the organization of said Dis
trict.
By order of the Board of Directors
of the Black Canyon Irrigation Dis
trict, this 5th dav of November. 1918.
GEORGE MARPLE,
Precinct No. 3: Residence of Chas.
O'Donnell, about four miles East of
.
Secretary-, Black Canyon Irrigation
District.
(To the Land Owners Within the Em
mett légation District.
Notice is hereby given that the Em
mett Irrigation District assessments
levied and assesed in 1918 are now due
and payable at the office of the Trea
surer of said District, at the office of
the Emmett Fruit Growers Associa
tion, Emmett, Idaho, and may be paid
between the hours of D a. m. and 3 p.
m. on each and every week day, ex
cepting holidays, between now and the
third Monday of December, 1918, up
until 6 o'clock p. m. and said third
Monday of December, 1918, and if not
paid will become delinquent at 6 o'
clock p. m. on the third Monday of
December 1918.
Provided, however, that if any per
son paying one-half of said assessment
before they become delinquent as
aforesaid, the remaining one-half
shall not become delinquent until 6
o'clock p. m. on the third Monday of
June, 1919.
Dated November 1, 1918.
R. B. SHAW,
Treasurer of Emmett Irrigation Dis
trict, Emmett, Idaho.
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Mike laughed
at the Judge
re I
\r* s /J
5 C.
1
for chewing Gravely.
The Judge came right
back at Mike with a friend
ly chew—just a couple of
little squares off his plug of
Real Gravely.
Mike found that the chew
stayed with him for a long
while, and the more he
chewed the better it tasted.
"There's the real tobac
co satisfaction," says the
Judge: "and it costs noth
ing extra to chew this class
of plug.
it gees further — that's why you
can {el the good taste of this dots
•/ tobacco without entra cost.
PEYTON BRAND
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch.
P D GRAVELY TOBACCO CO., DANVILLE VA
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
Fresh and Cured Meats
Having installed a Sanitary Cold Storage plant
we are better prepared to serve our customers
than ever before with a full line of
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
HOME MADE SAUSAGE AND BOLOGNA a Specialty
Emmett Meat Market
Emmett, Idaho
JÊÊÊk
gmouï'l
OESX
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.
Home Made Bread
The kind you like—nourishing and satisfying—
made in an up-to-date bakery.
Cakes, cookies, rolls and all kinds of bakimg
goods.
THE PALM BAKERY
DR. WOOD
J. B. Hetherington & Co.
DENTIST
Electrical Supply House
Phones—Office 15. Res. 151-R2
Bank of Emmett Building
We are especially equipped for
Armature and Motor Repairing
of all kinds. Contractors for all
classes of Electrical Work.
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Emmett, Idaho
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Emmett, Idaho
Phone 37
UNDERTAKER
GEM COUNTY
ABSTRACT COMPANY
KATHERINE MANN, Mgr.
Bonded Abstracters
Auditor's Office, Court Housa
Phone 68-J
Emmett, Idaha
and Enibalmer
A complete line of
CASKETS and FUNERAL
ROBES

Idaho Furniture & Hdw. Co.
Phones—Day 189W. Night 70-J
Old papara for sala at Tba Iad«x
atfico. 26c per 100.

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