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III, Capital *60.000 ^ Mr HAVE ABUNDANT CAPITAL TO MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS AMD WILL APPRECIATE. YOL/R BUSINESS." (STL EMMETT NEWS Fleischman's For pood bread Yeast, at Reilly's. Mr. and Mrs. L. McKibbin went to Mountain Home Monday for a visit. Miss Velma Spaulding was a week end visitor in Boise. use Miss Margaret Matheson arrived Friday frbm Boise with home people. ... ■ Georpe Little of Wallace was in town over Sunday to attend the fun ... . >,• , u . i. eral of his niece, Miss Helen Renwiek. We are in shape to sell you a watch cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Easton, the Reliable Jeweler. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Morse motored over from Boise last Friday on a business trip. F. D. Bowen and Joe Dion made a trip to the near timber country last week and brought back a fine bunch of young Christmas trees. In case of your sudden death, is provided for? Better see F. R. Chapin of Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N. Y., and protect them. Miss Charlotte Parrish accompa nied her uncle George Little to his home in Wallace for a visit. They left Monday, via Payette. Make the little folks glad with a home Christmas tree this year. We will have a stock of them on hand next week. Make your selection early Clti izen-i Lumber Co. Mrs. Melvin Bogardus and little daughter returned home to Boise Sat urday, having spent a fortnight with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Bo gardus is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Yeaton. Miss Lynette Davis returned to her stenographic work in Gooding. Her sister Miss Katherine accompanied her to Boise, where they remained until Tuesday in order to hear the Godows ki concert on Monday evening. Kath Mesdames J. L. Reynolds, Elmer Holverson and C. P. Bilderback mo tored to Boise last Thursday. The lat ter remained for a visit. Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Holverson were accompa nied home by Mrs. Robert Burlingame, who was returning from a few days' visit with friends in Barber. Diamond Edge knives and razors at Reilly's. The Jewelry You Buy Here Whether you pay $1 or $100, may be depended upon for style and service WRIST WATCHES ». Built for Service. Come and see them It's a difficult problem for you, in the midst of such shrieking publicity to determine just where the best jewelry is sold. If you are really interested in get ting the greatest value-return for every one of your dollars, come and examine, as critically as you wish these value-giving ai'ticles. Think, before spending several dol lars elsewhere, what you can save by coming here. We guarantee our wrist watches to keep time. ' Helfert Jewelry Co. Emmett's Oldest Jeweler. f I i Ja.mes DeChambeau of Buhl ! here Saturday. j Try our Special Bulk 30c co'ffee. j Reilly & Co. Hugh McElroy was lookinp after land interests on the bench Tuesday. Wanted—To buy fat hops and beef and yearlinp steers. Phone 232. Sollie Callender. was \ Miss Ruth Potter, who has been I very ill with pneumonia, is reported somewhat improved. ! ^ „ ^ av > d DeClark, with the^ M & ! Garage, took a party to Sweet hot Kpr jngs ] as t Sunday. M j Mrs. W. W. Hoops received a tele gram this week announcing the death of a niece in Twin Falls. Easton has the latest styles in set and band rings. Come in and see the new ones. Ross Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed, who underwent an op eration at the local hospital last week, has sufficiently recovered to be able to go to his home at Quartzburg on Friday. Also George Fark is return ing home. If the Victor and Edison phono are do dealers selling other makes of talk ing machines have Victor or Edison in their own homes. We sell both. Easton, the Reliable Jeweler. Sollie Callender is a firm believer in advertising. Last week Mr. Cal lender, desiring to purchase some live stock. inserted a paragraph to that effect in the columns of the Great Family Guide. And now his wife com plains that he must provide her with e. private secretary or a housemaid before he takes any such step again, as she was unable to perform her household duties next dav for having to answer the telephone! A marked improvement in the ap pearance of the street and neighbor hood is the removal of the unsightly wooden sheds at the rear of the old Larkin brick barn. There are several more such antiquated landmarks which would become most gratefully con spicuous by a similar treatment. Miss Agnes Wagner returned Sun day from her home at Elburton, where she went to spend the vacation caused j by the closing of the city schools. While there she contracted influenza and was unable to return at the reop ening. Mrs. G. W. Maxfield has been 1 substituting in her Eighth grade work, ; Make the little fo]ks p i ad wit h home christmas tree this year. We will have a stock of them on hand next ween. Make your selection early. Citi izens Lumber Co. Ice skates, all sizes, at Reilly's. W. F. Sinclair was a Boise visitor a few days this week. Jack Renwiek came over from Mid vale to attend the funeral of his niece. Attorney Norman Younp, with the B. F. Lumber Co. at Boise, was in Em mett on business la3t week. Charlie Kilpore, Boise real estate ... . man, was lookmp over property in terests hereabouts this week. Rev. F. E. Finley returned from a few days business trip around the Boise valley loop. Miss Ruth Wilson is assistinp her D. L. Rhodes was here from Idaho City yesterday on lepal business. He was accompanied by Mr. Klein. father in the office during Mr. Har ris' absence. Frank Creighton came up from Payette Wednesday to look over some land interests. With every $1.00 purchase you get a chance on a pood diamond ring at Easton's, the Reliable Jeweler. Mrs. A. L. Morse, who has been vis iting her daughter Mrs. G. W. Max field, returned to her home in Boise today. J. L. Jones and family, who last week sold their bench property, left Tuesday for Pocatello to make their home. Friends of B. C. Bullock will be glad to know that he has accepted a position with the Boise Payette mill and will return shortly from Portland. Mrs. Ralph Womack was in Emmett over night Friday of last week, re turning to her home in Cascade Sat urday. Otto Schultz one of the U. S. fores try men, left this week for a visit with his father and mother in Wiscon sin. He expects to be away about a month. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Langroise, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Knipe and Mrs. Eli Lanktree were among the Emmett delegation to Boise Monday evening to enjoy the concert. Mr. and Mrs. William Lyman were called to Rupert Thanksgiving day to attend Mr. Lyman's mother, who was very seriously ill. They returned last Thursday. His mother is still very ill. The young lady who was injured in the elevator accident at Boise Tues day, Miss Minnie Guffy, is a sister of Mrs. Dave Nichols. Miss Guffy very narrowly escaped a most horrible in jury. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Inman arrived from Des Moines Tuesday to establish their home here. Mr. Inman will be employed at the mill, and they are occupying one of the bungalows in Riverside addition. A very successful operation was performed upon the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed at the Hewit son hospital on Saturday, by Drs. Mc Calla, Reynolds and Rose. At present the little one is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dahlstrom, Dr. and Mrs. Ia Wood and Miss Marga rith.i Thommen motored to Boise Sat urday afternoon. They attended the comic opera "My Soldier Girl" while there. Dr. and Mrs. R. N. Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Dean and Mrs. Mary Cartwright composed a party to at tend the musicale in Boise Monday evening. Mrs. Cartwright remained in Boise for a few days. Make the little folks glad with a home Christmas tree this year. We will have a stock of them on hand next week. Make your selection early. Citi izens Lumber Co. Ellis Harris is absent from his du ties in the Clerk's office this week, suffering from an attark of flu. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis went to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Aston, to help in caring for members of the family who were afflicted with the disease, and Mr. Harris contracted it. He is reported as doing favorably. The Brunswick Cigar Store is serv ing hot lunches and hot drinks, such as chicken tamales, bouillon, hot choco late,oyster cocktail, etc., and is mak ing a hit with its customers. New equipment for preparing these deli cacies has been installed and excellent service is being given. When cold or hungry, night or day, try one of these j hot lunches. They touch the spot and make the world look brighter. E. E. Streigtz came in from Rich field Wednesday on a stock buying er rand. Mr. Streigtz is president of a j Richfield bank. Judge McCarthy stopped over in Emmett a few hours yesterday, re turning from Cascade, where he has been holding- court. He went to the James Cahalan ranch for a few days' j visit before proceeding to Boise. He was a guest of Mrs. R. M. Fairchild whil.* in town. Friends of Miss Shea, who for some time held the position of bookkeeper with the Pioneer Furniture Company, this week received a letter from a nurse in Butte stating that Miss Shea has been seriously ill with spotted. pneumonia, following a siege of in fluenza. She is recovering nicely now. [ Henry Harpt and C. E. Benson tored to Boise Wednesday. mo Irvin Heath has pone to Garden Val ley, where he is contemplating the P u Jt-'l'? 8e a st °ck ranch. H. U. Hogan, car inspector with the Orepon Short Line, was down from Ca.-ttade last week. E. C Rundstrom motored to Boise Wednesday, accompanied by his father and sister .Miss Florence. I Georpe Rinker came in Wednesday from Council He expet . ts to remain J here to spend the holidays with the 1 family. Miss Emma Davis arrived this week j from Richland, Ore., to spend the win | ter at the home of her aunt, Mrs. G. ■ A. Warden. P. W. Pope and L. F. Pope of No- ! tus and C. C. Manson of Garden Val- ; ley passed throuph last week taking ; a drove of cattle to winter pasture. If the influenza ban is lifted, spe cial services will be held in the Epis copal church Sunday. Sheriff Nichols returned Tuesday j night from a two weeks' business trip ; in the Salmon River Country. Mr. and Mrs. Harland Campbell and baby left today for Pocatello, where Mr. Campbell has accepted a position as physical director in the Y. M. C. A. I Walter M. Brown, undertaker, with Idaho Furniture Co. Calls answered promptly. Day phone, 189W; night 8—3 ! Mrs. J. W. Gray, who was for a time employed with the Golden Rule, I was stricken with paralysis Tuesday ; night. Her condition is reported as I greatly improved at this writing. Among those attending the Baptist j convention in Boise this week were phone 70J. Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Lathrop and Miss Annah, and Rev. and Mrs. James Adams. . Death may leave your family penni less. Don't delay. The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N. Y. will care fori*' them Fra nt R Fhanin mront * J ' ^ Leo Fest and Millard Sinclair this week brought a large drove of cattle from the range in the upper country.: The stock will be wintered on the Trowbridge pasture land. Mrs. George Church received word yesterday from Mr. and Mrs. John Orr that Mr. Orr had arrived in Boise, having been released from service at Camp Taylor, Ky. Dave Martin has just completed a sightly bungalow garage on his resi dence lots in town. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taylor cju • »! • -a.- t . « Sheridan, Mo., were visiting Jonathan Moulton the latter part of last week., Thev are old friends of the family. I . n , • ... ' ; T hey went to Ontario on Monday to j visit relatives. j A SONORA FOR CHRISTMAS A month ago most of us were planning to limit our Christmas giving to the least that we could "get by with; today we feel like celebrating Christmas as we never did before. We feel like celebrating it by making the presents we give more worth while than ever so that in years to come wife or husband vrill point to it with pride and say, "That's what I got the Christmas after the w T ar was won There isn't a better present than a SONORA. It will please day after day and year after year; there is no other satisfaction like that of having such a fine musical instrument as the Sonora in the home. The Sonora is a remarkable instrument so accurately and perfectly does it reproduce both the human voice and the most delicate shades of tone color as to defy detection from the original voice or instrument. The SONORA is a talking machine with all the scratching and screeching eliminated. It brings to your home, not an imitation of the great voices or instrumen tal music of the master, but the REAL music itself. It is a perfect reproducing machine with the "mechanics left out. We want you hear it and judge for yourself. This is your invitation to come to our store at any time and hear the latest records. There will be no obligation to buy. We want Gem county people to hear and know the SO NORA. We will glady demonstrate it. Plenty of easy comfortable rockers in which to rest while enjoying a real musical treat. Don't Buy a Talking Machine Till You Hear Sonora * ' j i I I I " Pioneer Furniture Store Emmett, Idaho OVER-DRAFT HEATER Burns Wood or Coal. W r arms 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 Mrs. John Glennon was down from Garden Valley this week, to consult with local physicians regarding her | 11 * 6 daughter. This is the little girl whose arm was broken at the time of Dr. Cummings and Mr. Nusbaum's trip. Dave ^turned Sunday ,, , from Portland, where he was called by the illness of his sister Mary. Miss McGowan has recovered from an at- ; tack of the flu. She is a stenographer ■ , * n t *? e en l p y of a motor company, Sunday afternoon was largely attend- ; Clarence Peterson entertained a ! company of eight at a stag party one j evening last week. The guests were j somewhat a motley mixture, ranging I of.^m bowery characters to nobility,, Count de Spoof 0010 ? one of the dis - 1 tinRuished members of the party. The names of those present follow: Frank Payne, Eddie Stovel, Shorty Hazelton, ! Theodore Landers, Hiram Burt, Bus ter Shaverj Doran Brown and "Broth er" Frank Anderson. i Friends of Mrs. Bert Sherard will ^ gtad to know of her improvement and hope for her complete recovery to health. Mrs. Sherard arrived home some days ago from the Mayo Hos p jtal at Rochester, Minn., where she underwent a serious operation, and while her recovery is slow, she is at present able to be about the house, and indications are that she will soon rejra j n k er strength. -phe Qo-Get-Em Club enjoyed one of their popular dancing parties last Friday night just ahead of the c.amp ing on of the prohibitive "ban' . Their j pent up gpi^ts gave occasion for a most delightful outburst of fun and a thoroughly enjoyable time is report e< *- The party was chaperoned by Mr. anc * Mrs. F. D. Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dillon were call ^ Smith Ce K lagt we€k , . , . by the death of a married daughter. M a*/ * m jrg PQ " The New York Store will pay the highest prices for all kinds of fore.