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returned Thursday
Try our Special Bulk 30c coffee.
ReiLy & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Berle Wilson and
baby have returned to Weiser.
Dave Hand
night from Boise. Clarence DeWalt
also came home from the same place.
Make the future of your loved ones
secure by protecting them in Mutual
Life Insurance Co. ofN. Y. Sec Frank
Mrs. Robert Burlingame was called
to substitute in the Lincoln school one
Carleton A. Lathrop left this af
ternoon for McMinnville, where he
will re-enter upon his school work
in the college there.
day last week in the absence of Miss
Jones, the latter being ill.
New machinery has been perfected
for the manufacture of high class
BUTTERMILK, and in the future w,l
be handled by MUTUAL CREAMERY
CÔ., Belle Boren, Agent.
Miss Florence Anderson returned
Sunday to her school duties at Rex
burg having spent a couple of months
at home, the schools of that place hav
ing remained closed continuously.
Walter Keith was called to Boise
Christmas night from Payette to at
tend his brother Wayne during a ser
ious operation, performed Thursday
Recent reports of the pa
tient's condition are very favorable.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Malden and lit
tle daughter returned last week from
a visit of several weeks with Mrs.
Madden's people in Portland. Miss
Stella Marr, who has made her home
for some time with her sister Mrs.
Madden, remained with her mother.
The Go-Get-'Em Club enjoyed an
other of their popular dancing parties
last Friday evening at Rebeaah hall.
The affair was in the nature of a
"hard time party" and was planned
and carried out accordingly. The cos
tumes ranged from the "sublime to
the ridiculous" and glowing reports
are heard of the jolly time the young
sters enjoyed.
Marshall Berg was arrested in Los
Angeles recently on the charge of for
If he had been schooled under
the old district school system he might
have been free today. But spelling
matches were no part of his educa
tion. He was taken to court charged
with writing a bogus check for $20.
This he denied. The court asked him
to write the word twenty. He wrote
and handed the slip to the judge. He
had written tweenty, making the
same mistake noted on the check. He
was remanded to jail pending trial
in superior court.
For good bread use Fleischman's
yeast, at Reilly's.
Purs Wanted
The New York Store will pay the
highest price* for all kinds of far».
Feeling that some explanation is due to the
public concerning the unprecedented scarcity of
Victrolas and Victor Records, we desire to make
the following statement:
The above condition is due, as all such condi
tions must primarily be due, to the unquestioned
popularity of Victor products. It is also due to
the fact that so long as the United States was at
war we believed our paramount duty lay in assist
ing the Government in the prosecution of the war
to the fullest extent of our abilities; our facilities
had been freely offered and accepted.
Immediately upon the signing of the armistice
and our release from the Government obligations,
we took all necessary steps to insure the earliest
possible return to an increased output of V ictor
products, but in the interim we would bespeak for
Victor dealers and for ourselves some measure
of consideration which we believe will be accorded
by every American.
Distributor of Victrolas and Victor Records for Emmett
Earl Seaman is .reported on the
i sick list.
Mrs. M. A. Turner went to Cald
well on Tuesday to nurse sick folks,
[ Mrs. E. O. Mech went to Boise ves
: terday to visit her daughter Martha,
) who is a victim of the Flu
E. O. Mech went to Payette today to
get his trusty Ford car, which he
| shipped from California by rail,
Harsh physics react, weaken the
j bowels, will lead to chronic constipa
tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily.
30 c a box at all stores,
William Polly, who has spent some
time visiting the family of his broth
er, Dr. P. W. Polly, returned last
| week to his home in Billings, Mont,
Melvin Bogardus has returned to
, Boise, after spending Christmas with
relatives here. Mrs. Bogardus and the
baby remained for a few days' visit
I Senator . elect j w Xyler went t0
, Boise thjs week and haB ; ented iu0ma
at 401 Jefferson street, where he and
his wife will be at home during the
sessions of the legislature.
Miss Bertha Cook, stenographer fqr
the local forest office, who has been
jn a Bojse hospita , for six weeks suf -
feeing from a nervous breakdown, ex
pects to soon leave for California.
J. P. Buller, who formerly held a
position as teacher in the Emmett
High school, visited friends in Em
mett Sunday and Monday. Mr. Buller
is now superintendent of the Glenns
Ferry schools.
Mrs. P. W. Polly and son Howard
returned Saturday from a two-weeks
visit in Montana. Mrs. Polly's moth
er, Mrs. Dawes, accompanied them
home and expects to remain here the
rest of the winter.
Frank Chapin left last Friday for
Salt Lake to attend a conference of
agents of the Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York. On his way
home he stopped off at Montpelier to
visit old time friends.
D. H. VanDeusen and son Howard
left Saturday for San Diego, Calif.,
where they will join Mrs. Van Deus-
en and Mary for four or five weeks.
Word comes from Mrs. VanDeusen
that they are pleasantly situated and
are enjoying the sunny clime.
-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shaffer and son
Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schieb
have returned from the coast, where
they have been employd in the ship
yards, and are visiting their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McCuan. They
are planning on making their home
Joe Helfert this week purchased a
Ford touring car of the M. & M.
Garage. Joe informed us sometime
that this was his intention, but
really thought he meant a fishing
boaL Mr. Helfert is a keen lover of
the great outdoors and will no doubt
get all the enjoyment possible out of
his new possession.
Ice skates, all sizes, at Reilly's.
Emmett visitor during the holi
Dick Dunn of Oakland, Calif.,
Miss I .el a Head of Payette was the
truest of Miss Margaret Russell during
the holidays.
I Mrs. Maggie Roberts is at Vale,
Ore., taking the baths at the hot
springs there.
Mrs. Lon Phillips is down from
Sweet visiting her parents, Mr and
1 Mrs. J. H. Cronk.
I Lou Olkins will return to Portland
tomorrow. His wife will remain here
for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hayes return
ed from a holiday trip to Boise and
Nampa on Monday.
Judge A. O. Sutton and family have
returned from their holiday visit to
Mr. Sutton people in Boise.
Mrs. B. C. Bullock is employed as
stenographer at the office of Boise
Payette company at the mill.
F. B. Young of St. Joe, Mo., ar
rived Wednesday for a few days visit
with Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Bowen.
Manford Rinker returned to Mont
pelier Saturday, after spending the
holidays with his parents here.
The city council met Tuesday even
ing and passed an ordinance placing
Riverside addition in the First ward.
Crystal Compound, woman's'friend,
saves half the work, half the soap.
Sold by grocers. T. H. Guffy, agent.
There is only one case of Flu at
Joel Brown's boarding house at the
mill. He is James Jensen, who is do
ing fine.
W. G. Upson and family are now
located in Portland, Ore., having re
cently moved there from Drewsey,
that state.
Dr. Allen, a nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Hoops, arrived the first
of the week from Camp Lewis, where
he has been in training. He has been
honorably discharged and may locate
A Ford milk car driven by a son
of G. F. Berry, who bought the former
Anthony Peterson farm, collided with
a tree in the Boise avenue road Tues
day and was badly crippled, but able
to run.
Mrs. Edgar Whipple, who has spent
several weeks with her mother, Mrs.
Olive Hewittson, returned to her home
at Sweet, considerably improved in
health. Her daughter, Mrs. Greene
and baby returned with her.
Mrs. E. L. Holverson entertained a
number of friends at dinner Monday
evening in her usual charming man
Later in the evening the guests
were augmented by members of the
Neuaneen Club, their husbands and a
few others, and dancing was enjoyed.
Miss Bertha Canaday, the courteous
clerk in the postofnc- for many years,
left today for Portland to take the
nurse's training course at the Good
Samaritan hospital. Her many Em
mett friends will follow her with best
wishes for her success.
W. D. Howell, in a letter to Emmett
friends, writes that he is coming back
to Emmett as soon as he can get over
the Blue mountains. He is not at all
contented in McMinnville. Emmett
people will be mightily please to have
Bill and his good wife back among
Mrs. Everett Barton and little son
returned Tuesday from Boise. Mrs.
Barton states that her brother-in-law.
Cartee Wood, home from Camp
Lewis on furlough. While returning
to camp, he contracted influenza, but
was able to reach the hospital and is
doing nicely.
Frank Houghton, who is home on a
furlough from the aviation training
camp at Houston, Tex., came over
from Boise Saturday for a couple of
days' visit with his sister, Mrs. Ray
Newcomer. Mrs, Newcomer accom
panied him back to Boise Monday and
remained until yesterday.
W. J. Logan, who left Emmett a
little over a year ago and settled at
Umatilla, Ore, arrived in the city
Saturday to look after business mat
ters. He reports his family well and
says they are happy and contented in
their new home. His son Will is with
Uncle Sam's forces in France.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huffman and
baby of Filer who came over to spend
, , ... ... ... , «
.the holidays with their parent Mr.
,, r . o . .
a«d Mrs. John Rynearson, went to
Nampa to visit an uncle this week. The
Rynearson home was the scene of a
delightful family reunion at Christmas
time, there being about 25 present.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L- Reynolds en
tertained a company of sixteen guests
at New Year's dinner Wednesday
evening. The spacious rooms of the
beautiful home were brilliant in their]
decorations of red carnations and
green, and the five-course dinner was
served a midst the jolliest of good
cheer. The guests were the Messrs,
and Mesdames E. L. Holverson, E. K.
Hayes, J. V. Berry, I. A. Wood and
the Mesdames C. P. Bilderback. R. M
Fairchild and F. J. Bliss. After din
ner the party enjoyed carda.
Both Mr. and Mr*. Duncan Hunter
are v ' ,ras °f the P* a -
Myers arrived this
week from Salmon City and is a guest
J. Rees home.
| at
I D. E. Stringer, who is in the em- ;
| P^°V ' • Oregon Short Line at j
I Pocatello, came home to spend the
| holiday « with his fartiily. He re
I turned to his work Monday.
William E. Ellis arrived this week
to take a position with M. 4 M. Gar
!age, having been released from train- ^
j ^ where he w „ in the auto ;
\ ...
Mr. Ellis is a nephew j
( of W. W. Hoops, and his home is in
Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, of the |
High Val.ey ranger station, are
mates of a Boise hospital. Mrs. Miller
is recovering nicely from an operation ;
for appendicitis, but Frank is quite
ill with the Flu.
Among those from Emmett who at- 1
tended the Shriners' bail in Boise New ;
Year's eve were: J. E. VanDeusen, Mr. j
and Mrs. E. L Holverson, Mr. and
Mrs. Lou Obermeyer, Mr. and Mrs j
Henry Obermeyer, John Obermeyer '
James L Steward and Clinton Thom-1
Mrs. W. S. Keith, city editor of ]
The Index, is confined to her home
by an attack of the Flu, and W. S.
himself is keeping her company,
though not afflicted. Mrs. K. is im
proving and has been furnishing a
goodly batch of news by courier this
The condition of C. A. West, who
has suffered a severe attack of pneu
monia is reported as very favorable,
and unless complications develop, an
early recovery is probable. Mrs.
West, who also has been ill is much
improved. Mr. West's mother arrived
a short time ago, and is assisting the]
.. - __mounted
nurse in the care of the pan .
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williamson of i
Portland are recent arrivals.
Williamson has accepted a position
as engineer at the Boise Payette mill.
He is probably, the tallest man in
town, standing 6 feet 5 inches, and is
the second tallest man in the employ j
of the B. P. company, the leader being I
Jack Gunderson, who is 6 feet 6. Mr
Gunderson formerly worked in the mill |
here, but is now at the Barber mill.
Miss Lillian Hall arrived from Port- I
. . , . , ... ,
land to spend the holidays.
A1 WesterveH intends to leave soon
for Phoenix, Ariz.. where he will have
w o r k for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Yergenson were
Sunday dinner guests of W . H. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stredder and
two children returned home Tuesday,
having spent the holidays at Genette,
Lucile Faulke returned to school at
Weiser, having spent the past week at
the W. H. Hall home.
Bert Sherard and family were vis
itors at A. Yergensons Christmas day.
Private E. J. Rockwood motored
from Parma Sunday, visiting at W. H.
What the Weather Man Says
How cold was it? Let Weather Ob
server H. T. Davis answer:
December 26
December 27
December 28.—
December 29 ,.
December 30
January 1
•Below zero.
Logging Camps Closed
Centerville and Cascade logging
of the Boise Payette Lumber
have suspended work for the
present and shipments of logs have
been stopped because of the severe
freezing of the log ponds at both the
Emmett and Barber mills. While the
shipping departments of both plants
kept open, the shipping situation
is not much improved and dressed
lumber movements are slow at pre
At this time in other years the
plants are usually busy filling retail
yards with stocks, but these are al
ready supplied with lumber owing
doubt to the building restrictions
ihich have but recently been lifted.
| y ew Year's morning, switching from
Southern Idaho Changes Time
Southern Idaho went on Pacific time
. . .
I mountain time, (.locks were turned
back one hour. All time tables on the.
I Oregon Short Line railroad govem
I ing trains operating west of Pocatello
* *, .
have been placed on a new schedule,
, y , .,
The chang caused considerable
fusion, but this will all disappear in a
few days.
P, E. O. Entertained.
Chapter I. P. E. 0-, were entertain- j
ed Thursday evening at the home of
Mrs. T. B. Hargus.
[annual Christmas custom, inexpensive
exchanged. To add a bit
Following the
i of pleasure to all concerned, the B. 1
i L.s had been invited to come in for
luncheon, and a jolly social hour fol
Use Old Printing MexhoOa.
Some of the monks of Tibet are
•till printing books in the manner fol
lowed a hundred years ago.
Burns Wood or Coal.
Warms 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. Wlîen 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.
tion. It w-s in existeo*»- n
three thousand year
- : - f tv ' 'b" '>'"1 being*, each
on a hag- mm and can-ring
an nr ot com wt .„ pn > n ounce<l their
Pretty Chinese Legend.
Canton to one of Ihe oldest <■
According to Chines.
tries In
• tr*ai
vhen it was
on the *p»t and prayeil that
no famine should ever visit it. Be
ferre'l to in Chinese da**!«* as the
"City of Rams" or the "City of Genii
cause of this the city is sometimes re
monthly duty It Is to sign 100.000 sab
or Angels."
Labor-Saving Penholder.
To conserve his time a man whose
ary checks for a railway company em
ploys a multiple penholder that per
mils his signature to be written five
times in one operation. The appara
Popular Mechanic* Mag*
line, differ-- (r»i some other« in that
the f()nntaln pen, are .-lumped to a
^ ^ , s in a
p„ rtah|e ^ resemhlinc a
The cover, when open.-d fia
t on the
hich the
desk top, holds a frame In
vouchers are placed for si
Feared She Might Be Suspected.
Midge came downstairs with pep
haps one-half a bottle of big sister's
(erfume saturated In her clothing. She
got up on a chair beside mother, and
looking up into her face, she said,
"Mother, if you smells anyfing. It isn't
Government In a well-constituted re
public requires no belief from man be
yond what his reason authorizes. He
sees the rationale of the whole system,
Its origin and Its operations, and, as
It Is best supported when be«t under
stood. the human faculties act with
boldness and acquire, under this form
of government, a gigantic manliness.
—Thomas Paine.
Source of Republic's Strength.

To the authorities of Gem county:
_ . . .. —
This is to notify you that I shad hold
Gem county responsible for any dam
ages caused by floods from the waters
of Bissell creek, caused by the dam
built in that creek by Gem county.
People's Coin
Per Line 5c Each Insertion.
, ,
y heifer, brand
Haynes, Eagle, Ida.
LOST—Part Jerse
right hip. B. F.
WANTED—Middle aged woman for
general housework, capable of tak
ng charge of home. Gordon Twiiegar.
LOST—A light red steer, with some
w hite spots on, long yearling,
Branded jlr connected, on right hip
J. L. Reed.
LOST—A young mare, white strip in
face and one white hind foot,
Branded JLR connected on stifle J
Loe Reed 14-3t
: ■■ ■
DISAPPEARED—My black bob-tailed
M >' •
shepherd dog. named Bing,
and phone number on his
Liberal reward for his return or
for information that will lead to his
W. C. Stone.
LOST—A Conklin fountain pen. He- ,
ward for re Corn to Mary Cruick- \
LOST Two heifers; one
other year old Jersey with bar P on
left hip. E. Tennyson.
TAKEN UP—One bay mare, 6 years
old, no brand, weight about 1000
lbs. Party can receive same by
ing for adv and feed bill. James
dark brown with bar P on left hip;
TAKEN UP—One bay horse and one
black mare with white star in fore
head and left hind foot white, weight
about 1250 each- J. B. Bell, 9 miles
southwest of Emmett
WANTED—STOCK to winter. Phone
WANTED—A woman for general
housework. Apply to Forest office.
WANTED—Small boy, from 6 years
up; will give same good home and
Would* adopt.
Eagle Farm, Emmett, Idaho.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. A. Little.
WANTED—A cook for 35 men, on
Canyon canal work. W. H. Sialer. 8
FOR SALE—A good "22" Automatic
cheap. Also several head of pigs.
Richard Kraus Phone 82-J-4.
FOR SALE—Two Red Durham cows.
No. 1 milkers, 4 years old. Frank
FREE!—Illustrated, descriptive cata
logue of Idaho grown fruit, and
ornamental trees, small fruits, shrubs.
roses, vines. Send to-day. Kimberly
Nurseries. Box 68, Kimberly, Twin
Falls Co.. Idaho. 14
FOR SALE—Reed baby buggy. Call
FOR SALE—10 head of shoats, weigh
unds each. J. S.
ing about 75
McDonald, just above Canyon Canal
FOR SALE—Two good acres with
Second streeL
house, on East
Miss Woodskow
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FOR SALE— Registered Poland China
Wonder strain; also a Poland
cj, lna an d six pigs. Jay San
FOR SALE—House and lot 75x150.
with good outbuildings, for sale
cheap on easy installments, or will
take car in pan payment. Allen
Cronk 12-3p
FOR SALE—25 head of shoats, 13
cents lb. Roy Moore.
FOR SALE—Cheap one second-hand
Chevrolet touring car, 1917, all in
good repair. WHson's Garage.
FOR SALE—Cheap one second hand
Maxwell touring car. 1917, In first
class condition. Wilson's Garage. 9
p^ R g ALE—A new Oliver typewr
ter. $40 cash. Call at Comer Gro
c<r T' _
poR SALE _ 12 shoats weighing 75
pounds each.
Wm. Whitsell.
ranch, well adapted for grain or
stock raising, open range adjoining.
three miles from station, 40 acres un
der ditch. level bottom lan<L balance
grain land and pasture. A No. I op
D- rtunitv for an amoitious farme"
Call 38FI 2
FOR SALE—1918 Ford in good eor.
See W. W. N
FOR SALE—Fresh cow. and a calf.
John Obermeyer.
FOR RENT—Steam heated rooms, fc-r
men onlv. Mrs. A. Bliss. 12
TO RENT—Furnished room, with
stove, close in. Mrs, F. G. Carper
.. ..
FOR RENT Two rooms f'C" light
housekeeping 31. râ. Li ».vie w hbhack

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