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The Bank You Will Eventually Patronise. General Banking Busi ness Along Safe, Conservative Lines. PeCDRAL ItStRvt. 1^. SYSTtM Emmett, Idaho. NEWS OF GEM COUNTY By The Index's Correspondents LETHA Mrs. Purcell and Marcus visited with Mrs. Wilhelm one day last w«ek. R. L. Rattan went to town for his car last Wednesday. It had been there for repairs for some time. The Pomeroy car went to Emmett Wednesday afternoon when the child rcn did their Christmas shopping. Kd Botl was on the sick list laat week with a case of what appeared to his » case of flu. He has recovered. Mr«. Fishhack returner! Thursday from a trip to the coast. Her brother whom she accompanied went on to Neb.where all his family have the flu. The Fred Wilhelm's moved last week to their newly purchased home near the Emerson school east of Era mett. They will be missed in the neighborhood and our good wishes fol low them I Chiles and May Riggs went with their mother for a visit with Mrs. Wilhelm before her departure. Mrs. John Wilton has been a suffer er with the flu this week. She is at present much improved though weak. Her son Will was taken ill first but the attending physician did not call his a case of flu, he has recovered. R. !.. Rattan will have a stock of Xmas trees in the last of the wi Mr. Underwood went to Emmett on a jitney Tuesday The School Trustees held the regu lar December meeting Monday. It was decided to bring the question of a change in the site fur school house to a vote of the district, Jan. 11, to get Uie will of the people on it. ek. I OLA The first snow of the season fell I Wednesday, Dec, llth, at this place Mr. and Mrs. were called to Boise last week to the bedside of their litUe son Melvin, who is seriously ill. The little fel ow has been under the doctor's cure for the past month. Mrs. Foster is on the siek list this week. It is reported that Walter Blessing er and his wife both have the Flu. They are being nursed by Mrs. Bles singer's mother, ^i-s. Hoyt. Mr. and Mrs. fred Allen the sick list this week. A letter received last week from Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Perron, who are •pending the winter at Twin Falls, informs us they are enjoying good health. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holbrook and family and Joe Couzens look Sunday dinner at the Park home last Sunday. James Flake went to Emmett last Burdette Perkgins are on Sunday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Grafton and daughter. Mrs. Sherman Glen is able to be her feet again after a spell of rheumatism. Harry Foster is working at the Se vcy saw mill this week L. S. Park last week received a on if the Stars and Stripes from Harvey Park, who is in copy his nephew, France. Noah Bechtel Is building a new ad dition to his house in High Valley. The U. S. mail did not reach Ola until 11 o'clock Saturday night—bad roads. rv. ><■. c •• ■ ;> a. wi c. (Vs V . > y J * : V I i ■ u: ». if iV .A, r ft I j £ CLEAN METHODS and sanitary handling combined with the finest quality of materials and ex pert skill make the good things from OUR BAKERY not only wholesome and healthful but dainty and appetizingly attractive. Try ordering our bread and rolls regularly. PALM BAKERY EMMETT, IDAHO Tlie proapeotH look favorable for an early harvest. Church services i have been dis | continued until after New Year's ! on account of the Flu. j I y ' ra ' T' enn J , * on - ' Vewnson and family, W. " Hu " and famlly and Abe Yer * e " "" un family KiTl* " y ° f Mr a " d Mr8 ' Ne ' ** * £ r R® n * on . pVT"*"" W " S " BoisP vUitor ns ' ' ay ' M Judpe McCarth y Bo*»« 1 visited laH ' * epk Mr ' ' a ™ es * an * „ Mr ' and Mr **' Jay Sandprs and Mrs - G,ace Sandpr! ' were s ""day dinner g UUat " at thp Roy Sanders home in > n Honor of Mrs. Roy San ders' birthday. Mrs. James Cahalan visited Tues day afternoon with Mrs. E. Tenny son. HAW CREEK. n all dinner were and Mrs. Mr«. M. L. Hanthom and Mrs. Pre bit* visited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. VV. H. Yorjfenson. W. H. Shane was a Boise visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Barnes vis ited one evening of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Sanders. M. B. Hanthorn and his brother went to Weiser Tuesday. HISSE LL CREEK By Mra. Ward M. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hill, Ed Hill and sons Uoys spent Sunday at the Ward Fuller home. Tho.s. Slone and John Soran are working on the road. In a letter written from a hospi tal in France, Jettie B. Hill states that he received a wound left arm during the offensive opera tions of Nov. 3. Mrs. Rruee Ross and children were the in callers at the Thos. Slone home Fri day. Mrs. C. Head and daughter Thelma were visitors in Emmett on Saturday evening. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Slone and child ren to town. James Howard and family were callers at the Luhr home Saturday. Bruce Ross came down from the ditch camp Saturday evening. BRAMWELL Bv E. F. Well*. School was resumed again Monday after un enforced vacation of eight wee!; <. Bill King is working for Andy Lit tb . The Wells family, Miss Troy and lias Driver were Boise visitors Sat 111 day. Frank nur,,! ' recently purchased a fine re K iatered bu " of the Ho,steln stock from thp wp " known B™" 1 « herd of New Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. McGee received word the first of the week that their son, Eldon, who is in a training camp in Virginia, had undergone an opera tion for appendicitis. SOUTH SLOPE By Mra. C. W. Cook I And owners who have stock de pending on water from ditches are ex-1 periencing quite a bit of trouble be cause of freezing weather and lack of sufficient flow of water. Mrs. C. P. Hartley and Miss Alice Hartley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. >. !.. Jensen and daughter Miss Karen to Caldwell and return on Sunday, Henry Obermeyer and wife motored to Boise Monday on business, Le Aria Obermeyer is making exten sive improvements to the former Bar rett place, which he now owns. He will mqve into his new home as soon as the remodeling is completed. Ray Stinson's bean crop on the J. C. Allnion place turned out 7000 pounds; from something like six acres of land. which is considered a very good yield. Will Tucker had 114 11-pound sacks from nearby 11 acres. J. L. Jensen is making quite a good many improvements to his home. A large cement cellar is under construc tion, and a kitchen and a barn are completed. Heat and a hot and cold water system will be installed later. Harry and I^wis Harvey are home from the Canyon canal work, and both are ill with either the flu or the grip, which has not been determined yet. In either case, the quick application Thursday, December 19, THE EMMETT INDEX T This has been the most wonderful sale of OVERCOATS that we have ever had We still have 50, and every one of them are dandies. We bought heavy in overcoats and we have decided not to carry one of them over. The sale price continues at $ 19.85 for $30 values for $25 values Get him something useful; buy him an overcoat at a saving of $5 to $7.50 ALEXANDER EMMETT ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER f treatment always brings good re sults, and it is hoped the flu will not invade the South Slope. CENTRAL MESA Regina Conrad Mrs. Bayston was on the sick list Monday and was unable to teach school. Leon Aston also has the influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoening and family were callers at the B. L. Lim baugh home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conrad and family were guests at the Kraus home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews and family were guests at the Luhr home Sunday. Mrs. Richard Kraus called at the Bing home Tuesday afternoon. JMr. and Mrs. Henry Luhr and fami ly were callers at the Conrad home Saturday evening. Mrs. J. M. Hereth returned Wednes day after spending several months visiting with friends and relatives in Washington. She was accompanied by her father-in-law, Martin Hereth. Mrs. Luhr spent Wednesday at the Kraus home. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Teerink and fami ly were callers at the Karl Seaman home Sunday. Mr. Crozer has put up his new wind mill. James Renwick has sold his ranch to a Mr. Rolland, who will take pos session in January. E. Rynearson made a business trip to Caldwell last week. EAST EMMETT John Yeck moved his family into the Horace Burr place last week. the John Stmkicr home on their way to Oregon. A ' letter was received from John Ren * ick by his parentSi sayinft he . • g . ; d K * NEWS OK RECORD and Mrs. Sidney Parks of Roseberry stopped over Sunday at Mr. Instruments Filed for Record for the Week Ending December 12 Warranty Deeds Susie N. Black, sole heir of Nelle Cuddy deceased to F. N. Reimers of Eagle, 31.36 acres in SW14 NE Vt section 26-6-1 W. Louis Larson and Mary A. Larson, to E. R. Lark all of Emmett. Lots 63,63 Sunny Slope addition Emmett. $600. E. H. and W. C. Dewey Investment Co. of Nampa to Harvey A. Pugh of $313.60 Montour. 7. 1 A. in NE part NE 1 , 4 SW V* section 22-7-1 E. N of Ry. $1.00 Charles Tyler of Emmett, to Alma and Jane Yergenson of Emmett. acres in NWK SWVt section 4-6-1 W. $3000. Louis Feldman and Hermina Feld of Boise, to Daniel Hansen of Emmett. Lot 10, SE14 SW14 section 6-6-2 W. also N 09 ft- of lot I and NE 14 NWV4 section 7-6-2 W. $1.00 man Alice and Wm. Goodall, to A. H. Goodall, all of Eagle. NW14 SW14. SH SW>4, SWU SE>4 section22; NW Vi NE'4, NH NW 14. SW V4 NWVi sec tion 27; SEU NE'4, section 28-9-1 E. $ 1 . 00 . Mrs. Carlie G. Campbell and Hyrum Campbell of Providence. Utah, to E. A. Collier of Albion, NW% NE 14 sec tion 20-6-2 W. $250. Quitclaim Deed. C. A. and Cora S. Barton, to Verna Snell of Emmett. Lots 8, 9, 10, block, 8 Riverside addition. Emmett. $1.00 Shernff 8 Deeds Dave Nichols, Sheriff, to J. W. Cook of Emmett. Tax 3, in block 65 Sunny Slope, Emmett, on Tax Fore closure, vs. Chaunoey Smith. $78.26 Also, Tax 1, in block 65 Sunny Slope Emmett, on Tax Foreclosure, vs. Richard Smith, deceased, et al. $155 Patent U. S. to heirs of Nelle Cuddy. Lot 3, section 30-6--1 E, SH NE*4, NE'4 SE >4 section 25-6-1 W. Final Homestead Certificate. U. S. to Walter Grafton of Ola. E% SWH. lots 3, 4, section 19; EMi NWk, lots I, 2, section 30-10-2 E. Most Valuable Garnet«. The oriental game At are the most come principally from Pegu; and the town of Sirlnn having formerly been the chief mart for them, they are hence hy corruption known among lapidaries by tlie apiiellulion of Sirlan-gnrnets. They appear to he the carbuncle of the ancients; their color la crimson, verg ing Into a very red violet; they are transparent, and liavi a concholdal fracture. j f oum j j n great flocks—striped greenish j birds, by no menus resembling In color : '" r pa « p «■»/!«• The yellow canary M rps " U ^ -V 1"« ll,p mtt> bp * ald " of ' * ' '".er cage varieties, such as the hump i>a«ked Btlglau taimrj am t e « 1 ard cauary of curlous fpathpr -P at - j I Wild Canaries Not Yellow. on their native island« are nnarl tern. Superstitions of Seai.-.en. If a man is ill at sea, his most crit ical time Is when land is first sighted. If he survive an hour after the sight ing of land he will recover. On some trawlers whistling is forbidden—It scares away the fish. Other skippers believe that to wash your face in the middle of a trip will break a spell of calm wea'her. 'jeIs -UC" . , , . , , . . _ the N<auish comendador, a knight, a .commander, or the superior of a mon The French have the word Origins of Military Title*. Commodore and commander are ! forms borrowed and corrupted from astery. commandeur, the Italian comandatore. Commandant, however, meaning the officer of a fortified town's garrison, i i 1 etc., conies from the medieval Latin commandator. a commander, and c . ,. omnlllni , ■ " andare ' "> command. OI'I No Need for Disarmament. Some enthusiastic reformer has sug- I their | Our oh- : serration and experience Is that the I farmer's gun rarely goes off accident ally, «nd à good citizen is as safe from „„ la f rom ,j„. Constitution of the Unlt „, states ,_o hlo Farmer . gested disarming the farmers of shotguns and squirrel rifles. ! j « Si t TT is particularly a crime against your ppeket * boot! Old-fashioned gravity or shallow-pan methods, or an inferior cream separator can , steal hundreds of dollars away from you with | out you knowing it. Why not investigate the Ipi machine that "gets" ail the cream—down to \ the most insignificant trace? You Can Save All Your Cream Profits 'V by installing a Viking on your farm. It is the A finest and most scientifically constructed sepa ^rator created in Sweden, the birthplace of the cream separator industry. * Come in and let ua show you a r CREAM I separator! Over One Million In Use The simplest, easiest - running, easiest-cleaned separator made. And guaranteed to give service for a lifetime, by us and th manufacturer*. Come iu and See it. Pioneer Furniture Store No Cause vor A farm. Little John wanted his playmate to play ^football with him, but feeling necessary to a]>olugize for the worn appearance of the ball, said, 'It's all scabby, but it hnln't catching," "Commonwealth and Coffee." The Introduction of coffee into Eng land dates from the period of the Cromwellian Protectorate; according to a Restoration pamphleteer. "Cof fee and Commonwealth came in togeth er." house at Oxford in 1050, and two years later the first Loudon by Pasqua Rosce, the Arment an servant of a city'merchant. Jacobs, a Jew, opened a coffee one was established In Daily Thought. The only cure for grief Is action.— George Henry Lewes.