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Richard Purcell has been doing Dan Hansen's feeding while he had the flu The Gem State Dumber Co. have f roal in this week. car The special school election in Dis trict 21 lakes place Saturday from; 1 ;30 to Bp. m. I4*t ail interested vote. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Miles visited Bismark Youstler's Monday. Wilton is quit« ill again, Mrs. Joh) being confined to her lied. Mr, Ijinmun is helping VanDeusen'i man feed the cattle on the Craig place It has not been but that the tadpoles are sporting about under the ice in the sloughs. Mr. Underwood has been quite ill with asthma the last week. Ed Bott finished hauling grgjn to Emmett yesterday. M rs. Purcell and Marcus went to Weiser and Payette Saturday, is expected back today. Both Hale families are ill with in fluenza. Only one person is very ill, the rest are all doing nicely. Alex Cornwall'» baby died of pneu monia following the flu. was buried Tuesday, Mr. Cornwall is also ill, but is doing nicely. cold at Letha She The child CENTRAL MESA I think that waa a pretty strong statement for anyone to make. I am not ashamid of myself and don't have a had ronscienre. I didn't put any thing in the items that ought to hurt any true American. The Jim Strung family spent Sun day at the Walter Buck home, George and Walter Burdell visited at the W. E. Buck home Sunday. Geo. Koontz and family took Sunday dinner at the Marler home. Sain Peters visited at the Beers and Burdell homes Sunday and left Mon day for Indianapolis, where he expects to visit with an uncle. P, A Lirnhaugh is chief carpenter REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK THE Bank of Emmett at Emmett, in (ho State of Idaho, at the close of business December 31, 1918. RESOURCES Cash on hand Due from banks Checks and drafts on other banks Other cash items lyoans and discounts Warrants Claims and judgments Hanking house, furniture and (ixtures Other real estate Liberty bonds War Savings Stamps Stock Federal Reserve Hank $ 10,241.86 146, «75.27 730.48 2,666.79 343,064.01 66,678.53 14,701.61 16,000.00 3,613.70 46,000.00 10,137.16 1,950.00 $660.359.39 Total L1AIULITIES $668,237.22 60,000.00 12 , 000.00 2,122.70 18,000.00 Total deposits Capital stock paid in Surplus Undivided profits Bills payable a $660,369.39 Total State of Idaho, County of Gem—as. I, V. T. Craig, cashier of the above-named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. V. T. CRAIG, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of January, 1919. 1 certify that 1 am not an officer or director of this bank. W. W. WILTON, Notary Public. K. N. Cummings, J. L. Steward, Directors. Correct- Attest: I j Protect Your Family At this time when so many lives are being taken by the Spanish Influenza, it is the duty of every man to protect his fam ily. It can be done very easily by securing a policy with the MUTUAL LIFE INSUR ANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. Get in touch with F. R. CHAPIN, local agent, and secure this protection at once. Tomorrow may be too late. FOR AN APPOINTMENT PHONE 32-J FRANK R. CHAPIN Emmett, Idaho. 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 HARRY JACK ELMER at VanDeusen'a feed yard on Bissel creek. „heep l,arn and Is now working on his a pump house, Henry Schocning has completed Mrs. Karl Seaman visited at the E. | Terrink home Monday, p, A. Limhnugh took Sunday dinner | with Mrs. Limhaugh father. Mr. Kisher has started to give the orchard on his forty a final pruning. Mrs. Rurdeli, Mrs. Koontz and Mrs. Larkin visited at the W. E. Buck home Tuesday. The Fulgham and Wallace families getting along nicely at this writ are ing. EAST EMMETT Mias Lillian Hall left Friday for Boise, where she will visit friend» be fore returning to Portland. Dewey Stredder left Wednesday for North Powder, Ore., to visit his sister. James Renwick is moving this week into the house vacated by Mr. Rowl land, who is moving onto the Renwick ranch. Miss Pauline Shropshire was a k-and guest of Miss Ethel Hall. Mrs. Kasperson, who has been quite II the last two weeks, is improving Baptist Church Notes No services Sunday. We hope to February 2, if conditions reopen on continue to improve. The church will in* fumigated and everything will be made aa sanitary as possible. Most of our sick are recovering nicely, and some are already out. •hool papers and quarter lies can he obtained Sunday from 11 12 a. in. at the church door. , The Bible study for Sunday is Exod. 14:21, 15:2. We may consider this under the topic of, "The Challenge of Great Deliverance." cognize God's great work; to fear believe and worship Him; to person ally let Him reign within us; and Sunday to It in to re to perform such service as shall extend His power and blessings, among men. We, too, have had a great deliverance. Bet us respond in like spirit. a Presbyterian Church Notes Lessons for January 19th—Sabbath school, Kxod 12:1-14, "The Passover." Christian Endeavor, Mark 1:14-20, "Our Relation to God—Repenting." The church will be open between ten and eleven A. M. for the distribution of S. S. papers.—James Adams, Min ister. Eighth Grade Examination« The Eighth Grade examinations for January will be held on the 22d, 23rd and 24th. The schedule for holding the examination is as follows: Wednesday—Morning, georgraphy; afternoon, physiology, U. S. history. Thursday—Morning, and arithmetic; afternoon, Idaho his tory and U. S. civics. Friday—Morning, spelling, gram mar or language; afternoon, Idaho civics and reading. ELLA E. REED, County Superin tendent. penmanship EMMETT NEWS Mrs, Ed Beal of High Valley who has been at the local hospital taking treatment some little time, is report ed doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Burr arrived this morning to attend Mrs. Burr's brother, Roy Keithly, during his ill ness. Mrs. E. J. Newell was down from her home near Montour the first of the wek. The Newell people are oc cupying the Hoscly ranch. George Tregaskis, living down the valley, is dangerously ill with pneu monia. Mrs. Marler and child left yester day for San Francisco, where she will make her home. John Liebold, occupying the Amelia DeC'lark residence on Johns avi nue, received a telegram from their daugh ter-in-law in Nebraska stating that her husband had died of pneumonia in France. Sympathy is extended these people in -their sorrow. l,aat week a baby grandchild died at their home, and the father of the babe has been dangerously ill, but is recovering. Norman Young of Boise, attorney for the Boise Payette Lumber Com for the Boise Payette Lumber Com pany, was here on business Wednes day. Harry Hazeiton is in Boise receiv ing medical treatment at St. Alphon sus hospital. Gun Almquist and Chris Oltoson, who have been employed as lumber pilers at the mill, left for Enterprise, Ore., where they will engage in simi lar work. Mrs. Zoa Brown, who formerly con ducted the Brown rooming house, ill at Quartzburg, where she went couple of weeks ago, having given up her place here. The condition of Senator J. W. Tyler who is ill in Boise, is reported as much improved. Mart Phillips is enjoying a visit from his brother, who is here from Nebraska. Intelligent Maine Dog. A Gardiner (Mo.) dug was caught on the trestle over the new Maine Cen tral viaduct and could not reach the end ahead of the fast-coming train. Notice of Hearing is hereby given bv the Board of County Commissioners of Gem County. Idaho, that there has been presented to said board a petition for the creation of a herd district with boundaries hereinafter specified, purporting to be signed by a majority of the resident elector therein, pray ing that the said territory be made a herd district and that an order be made prohibiting the running at large lheroin, for the full period of twelve months in the year, of all horses, mules, asses, cattle, swine, sheep, and goats, and that the said proposed herd district is hounded as follows, towit: Beginning in the middle of the main (channel of the Payette River on the Section line between Sections 9 and 10. in Township 6 North, Range 2 W B. M., thence north on Section lines, to the NE corner of Section 21, Town- ■ ship 7 North, Range 2 W. B. M.; thence west on section lines to the N\V corner of Section 19. Township 7 North, Range 2 VV. B. M.: thence north on section lines to the NE corner of Section 12, Township 7 North, Range 3 W. B. M.; thenee west on section lines to the NW corner of Section 9, Township 7 North, Range 3 W. B. M.; Thence south on section lines to the middle of the main channel of the Payette River; thence southeasterly the distance to the ground, the dog dropped his body over one of the sleep ers, letting his head and legs hang be tween the sleepers. The engine and alx cars passed along and then doggie perked up one ear. found the coast was clear and calmly finished his Jour ney home. No Naed to Worry. Mrs. Llvevvell—"Please don't be of fended at the question, Tllile. but are you addicted to drink?" New Maid— "1 don't know the taste of It. ma'am. You can keep a bottle In every room In the house If you like and you'll al ways find it as you left It."—Buffalo Express. Nnlipp the CONSERVATION You read a good deal about conserving man power, and the Government is putting many laws in operation to that end. You don't hear much about conserving the Woman Power of the country. The men should commence at once to conserve the woman power of the Nation. Probably the best way to start is to see that every woman has a Real Range in her kitchen. She is entitled to the best Have your wife call at Hawkins Hardware and ex Real Range. There is only one Best Range amine a and that is The Round Oak Chief They last a lifetime. They do not burn out They save fuel. We have sold The Round Oak Chief Range for 15 years and during that time not a range has needed a repair. Call and examine this range. They tell their own story. Hawkins Hardware Store along the middle of the main channel of the Payette River to the north line of Section 36, Township 7 North, Range 3 W. B. M.; thence east on section lines to the NE corner of Sec tion 31, Township 7 North, Range 2 W. B. M.; thence south on Section lines to the main channel of the Pay ette River to the-aforesaid place of beginning. Notice is hereby further given that the said petition has been set down for hearing before the said Board at 2 o'clock, P. M., on the 3rd day of Feb-1 ruary, 1919, at which time any p son interested may appear and sn cause why said petition should not be granted. By order of the Board. Dated January 15, 1919. GEO. F. CHURCH, Clerk. er ow (SEAL) Summons for Publication In the District Court of the Seventh Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Gem. J. L. Reynolds, plaintiff, Lembke, and the unknown grantee and grantees of E. Lembke, defendants. The State of Idaho sends greeting to E. Lembke, and the unknown grantee and grantees of E. Lembke, the above name defendants: You are hereby notified that a com plaint has been filed against y the District Court of the Seventh Judi cial District of State of Idaho, in and for the County of Gem, by the above named plaintiff; the above action is brought for the purpose of taking un der the right of eminent domain pre scribed by Sections 5210 to 5229, Re vised Codes of Idaho, the following de scribed parcels of land towit: mencing at a point twenty-five (25) feet west of the southeast corner of the northeast (NE14) quarter of the northeast (NE 14) quarter of section twenty-eight (28), township seven (7) north, range two (2) west, Boise Me ridian, County of Gem, State of Idaho, as the point of beginning; thence run ninff north one thousand seventy-eififht (1078) feet; thence due west ten (10) feet; thence south one thousand seven ty-eight (1078) feet; thence east ten (10) feet to the place of beginning; and said aforesaid parcel of land is to he taken from the northeast quarter of northeast ( NE % »quarter, of section twenty-eight (28), township seven (7) north, range two I-) we«,( Boise Meridian. Gem ( ounty, loan , ; for the purpose of constructing an ir- j rigation ditch in \vhich to convey m ter from Lateral Number five of the| Emmett Irrigation District to plain -1 tiff's land, towit, to the north hall (NH) of the southwest ( °.* 7 . ter. and the west (\\ ^ ) halt southwest ( SW ) qua' e 1 southwest (SWM quarter o sn twenty-seven ( 27 ), township seven north, range two (2)west, tv . * dian. Gem County, Idaho; am • : hereby directed to appear j the said complaint within "e - , days of the service of this commons :non vou if served vvithin , im ial district, and vv thm '! days if served elsewhere; and you are farther notified that u . n ts * ■ 1 . . appear and answer sau ' , within the time herein sp i ' ■ t ! plaintiff will take judg . you as prayed in saul con 'P ' Witness my hand and the seal oi said district court this 16th aay January, 1919. E. VS. ou in Com GEO. F. CHURCH. Clerk. Geo C. Huebener, attorney for plaintiff, residing at Emmett, Idaho. j | j | j PROPER FOOD Produces endurance and endurance pro duces Success. Success depends greatly on human health. Wholesome food not only establishes Health, but it maintains Vitality essential to daily work. Our Groceries Are selected according to the above. They are wholesome, kept cleanly and represent standard manufacturers. Choice Teas and Coffees Here Fresh Fruits and Vegetables f CASH GROCERY I Phone 189-J. W. C. LANGROiSE, Propr. Where They Have Things 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 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 i Phone 1M.