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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The Bank You Will Eventually Patronize.
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Emmett, Idaho.
NEWS OF GEM COUNTY
By The Index's Correnpondentn
BRASWELL
Hy E. F. Walla.
Alex Cornwall
and Mr».
Mr
rnmg the Ins* of their baby boy,
ho passed away early
orning from pneumonia fol
The little one wa*
moi
Robert I aie,
Sunday
lowing
laid to rent Monday morning in the
Th» parent» have
Emmett cemetery.
the sympathy of their many neighbor»
and friends in their sad bereavement.
A, N. Storey and family and Mr.
and Mr». Will King and dauirht
guest» at the Will Burn» home Sun
wer»
lay
E. F Well» hauled a load o' corn
from Caldwell Monday.
Wilbur Slate returned home Satur
day from Bend, Ore . where he has
several
iieen working for the past
months.
Dick Storey look Sunday dinner
with tho (ieorge Sprague family.
SOUTH SLOPE
By Mrs. C. W. t ook
ises of flu have
weeks,
that no ne
developed within the last t
the neighbors are enjoying an ex
change of afternoon call*.
The "shut-in" season has been faith
fully observed, and people in general
will weleo
N.
» resuming »gain of the
and duties alike ii
city
usual custo
and country.
Mis* MeSparran
ting hack he
is gradually get
strength, after pneumo
rd to accom
Montour to
ilh her father.
ni*, and in looking for
lutnying her mother
?ck und w
M|HMid the
Mr*
McSparran Huh boon HKmating
'tiling fur Mim Mc
ther m«ml»eri of the
Wurde.» In
Mr»
Spurmn and the
family who have been III thin month.
The death of Duncan Hunter, which
i>curred .Sunday morning, i* » *evere
reaident» of the val* 'V.
blow to the
Their ay m pa thy gne* out to the wife
and mother no suddenly bereaved.
mon
reived a message
Ed Tyler
.lay rluting that his brother, Sen-'r
J. W. Tyler, was ill
Boise hospital, although resting qui
f readily controlling
ith flu and in a
dth hop«»
elly
the disease.
Mrs. C. P. Hartley and daughter
Alice were called to Caldwell Tues
f Mrs. Mart
Madden.
<lay by the serious illness
ley's father, Charles
Madden is «ne of the pioneers of Hot
valley, highly respected and a
who has kept his fund of youthfuiness,
vigor and excellent memory In spite
of the ripe old age of Ml years
Madden has long been afflicted with
Mr.
■nan
Mr
I
Other complication» have ap
peared and the
thi» writing.
Charles are on their way home from
the upper country, where they are e
gaged in mining, abo
• rtf •!*'
I» critical at
ca»e
C. P. Hartley and »on
I!
Cascade, for u
Butte, Meut., company.
The Slope Itean thresher is
tiled to resume this
k. caused by the appearance, of
Will Tucker and
sehed
*ek its left over
the flu epidemic.
Mart Clopton will keep the bean
hustling into the thresher, howe'
C W Cook continues unable
inc»
I
ouït* «-rious for H lmu .
Al,f< Wr, * ht 15 lh k '"
1-"- T,
to ns
grip
g him confined j
and which looked
work, a»
eve re
■JpLf^ctive
•en keepi
for three weeks,
»ui

P—,'
î, hr hu< unusual talent In that ui
mg
Bert Wright spent Tuesday af-(
with Mrs. C
Mrs
V Davidson,
•r of Nadi
t
•ry little prese
Tli
I
'
•ml
eek at se
«II this -
. Nadine had quite a
certainly hap
Tucker w
icar-by home
l,-ge with the flu anil
ng the
joy I
P>
•nt i
Bert Wright sp
and Mr
M
e P.
rg
Sun«
Hall
'tallied at the
Mr Lynn
home of hi
h** hn
in caring fu
Rupert by ill*
,DM *»
rent
P
there
;ukI La turn It
ne ill
iis moth*
'rum the
ale
flu.
ii
little daughter are
nth Mrs Lyman's!
in and
Mrs. l.y
spending a
pare
kane
»onth
• Mr. and Mr« Flagler, of Spo- I
Mi. Ed Modln »pont Wednesday at
the J. W. Mills home
Hazel Barnum and children,
Mrs.
■who went to Wendell to spend the
Christmas holiday* with Mr». Clara l
detained there now by |
Itamum, are
flu illneas in the family.
Did the 1
Lost (T)—Liberty fuel.
"powers that be" get hold of this new |
, substitut»* for ifUrtoline and
its distribution.
■»mother
HISSE LL CREEK
i»hed moving to their r
By Mr». Ward M. Fuller
Tho».
»lone ami family have fin
•h on Bissei I
■ creek
.lame» Stephens of Miles, Wash., a
j nephew i;
Thursday
if Ward Fuller, arrived last
On hi» way here he met
Old Flu and has been quite ill since
his arrival.
i
Little Philip Quentin Fuller is seri
usly ill with the influenza.
Dr. Cummings war. called to the
! Fuller home Wednesday morning.
W K Mill, Ed Mill and John Soran
j are pruning tree» at the F. D, Derby
j place.
| Wednesday,
Thu
Slone wi
an Emmett visitor
MeConnon's man was in the neigh
borhood Tuesday.
Personally, I think
one need be
ashamed of any knock at the kaiser
and one who upholds the ideals of
Americanism
ill not he troubled
with a guilty conscience
OLA
About two inches of snow fell here
last Saturday morning
Mr and Mrs. James Bailey, after u
week's visit with relatives, returned
Boise Iasi Saturday, where they
will remain for the rest of the winter.
Dan Griffiths, who has been quite
low with pneumonia, is reported to he
improving at this writing.
M '. Baldwin's family have the flu
this week.
If the present high prices for furs
prevail much lunger, there won't be a
roy.ite left in Gem county. Every
man, boy and his dog are after them.
Ed Johnson rame up from Emmett
last Saturday to look after his stock
There are a few eases of chicken
pox at this place.
The school opened again last Tues
day after being closed fur ten days.
William Saxton is able to be out
again after a siege of the flu.
Marry Foster returned home from
Boise valley last Sunday, after a two
weeks' visit with relatives and friends.
(From another correspondent.)
Two inches of snow fell Saturday,
after six weeks of very cold weather.
P. W. Wharton, the Ola merchant,
h is just completed his annual inven
tory.
Hammer was clown Friday
k* at boring stray cattle.
M M crier came up from Emmett to
spend the week end with his parents.
Sherman Glenn motored to Km*
inett Sunday to attend the county
commissioners' meeting.
The Baldwin family, are all down
with "flu" at this writing.
W. E. Cook ha* gone to Boise to
of hi* little »on, while Mr».
Cook is recovering from nn opera -
take care
tioi
Tom Bay», who was recently dis
charged at ('amp Lewis after spending
fourteen months over seas, is visiting
hi* old friends at Ola.
Mr. Carduna has moved his family
to Ola and has opened up the Black
ismith shop Which he recently pur
based from Geo
Dan Griffith, who has had a very
f pneumonia, is able i
to *it up and is expected to be out
attack
ever*
I
d wife came in on
un.
Edwin Johnson a
stage Saturday
Frank Holbrook received a
-age that his son Elmer, who is at
tending the institute at Weiser, was
...
'
Ml with pneumonia, but is improving
M' \ " Beach is feeding for
Sherman Glenn while he is attending |
the commissioners meeting j
Mr. Joseph ('outers the Ola hutchei |
» ssi-ted Harold Marier with his hog |

killin
Saturdi
•f Baker City who came
to nurse the Saxtons who
with the "flu" taken sick himself and
fsom Boise came to
Kay
ill
vere
t [,oi
other relativ
met*.
( ENTRAI. MESA
Regina Conrad
>ml Harry
xi „ h(Mnt , Sunday.
Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Luhr, Frank
were guests at the Cro
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seaman called
,t the Thos. l^arkin home Thursday
evening.
1
Downward Revision of Prices
We are taking our loss in the transition of wartime
to normal prices. Are you reaping the harvest?
Continuing the Great Sale of
Men's and Young Men s Suits and Overcoats
»21
.50 For Suits or
Overcoats
Regularly priced at $20.
.75 For Suits or
Overcoats
Regularly priced at $25.
Heavy Roped Stitched
Sweaters
*16
.50 For Suits or
Overcoats
Regularly priced at $30.
00 For Suits or
Overcoats
Regularly priced at $35.
*26
'18
Wool Stag Shirts
$6,50 Stag Shirts..
$7.00 Stag Shirts..
$10.00 Stag Shirts
$4.85
$5.85
$5.00 sweaters for
$6.00 sweaters for
$7.50 sweaters for
$3.45
$7.85
$4.25
All Wool and Cotton Mixed Shirts—ALL
REDUCED.
$5.00
Boys' Heavy Sweaters
Dress Shirts
$1.75
$2.50 sweaters for.
It will pay you to lay in your spring sup
ply.
Men's Hats
Dress shirts, with either soft or starched
cuffs, and negligee shirts with collars at
tached—
$8.50 and $4.00 hats for
$5.00 hats for.?.
$6.00 and $7.00 J. B. Stetson's Staples $4.95
$2.85
$3.95
$1.15
$1.50 and $2.00 values
at
Boys' Knicker Pants and Men's Extra Pants are
at Great Reductions
ALEXANDER
EMMETT
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER
Mrs. Bayston and Miss Driver arc
hoarding at the Conrad hume.
spending the
Miss Ina Sheets is
week at the Bennett Limbaugh home.
Ward Fuller is having his turn with
the flu.
irad sold two horses to Mr.
Mr, O
Kennedy Tuesday
Mrs KHrt Seaman ami Bernard call
tH j „{ t h»> K J Teerink home Monday
Bft ,. rn(loll ,
Richard Kraus is helping Mr. Con
rJl( j p Ut U p ^, s new wind mill.
Mrs. Ellis Walters is taking care
the flu victims at the Ben Howard
home.
Estelle I.uhr spent Sunday with
rad.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larkin and
Lucile spent Sunday at the Tho». 1-ar
kin home.
Mr, and Mm.
Hazel were callers at the Seaman
home Sunday- afternoon.
Mm. Luhr gave another quilting
party Wednesday. Those present
were: Mrs. Croser. Mrs. Conrad, Mrs.
Hereth, Mrs. Sissler and Regina and
Clara Conrad, Delicious ice cream
with cookies was served.
('lara Ci
I O. Hankins and
i

) Mrs. Ada Walters, who spent sever
i al weeks at the Bisom home, returned
to the Ellis Walters home Sunday.
Mrs. Conrad, Regina and Clara,
Mrs. Hereth and Mrs. Crozer called at
the Bing hume Wednesday afternoon
to see the new baby.
Mr. B. L. Limbaugh has the hay
choppers this week.
Mrs. Byers and Mrs. Potter spent]
Tuesday with Mrs. Zimmerman in Em- j
mett.
Mrs. Gordon returned home after ■
spending several weeks in Utah with |
relatives.
Chris. Hansen has the Spanish in- ;
Aliens«.
APPLICATIONS FOR
GRAZING PERMITS
NOTICE is hereby given that all :
applications for permits to graze cat
tie, horses and sheep within the PAY
jETTE NATIONAL FOREST during
the season of 1919, must be filed in my
office at Emmett, Idaho, on or before
January 31, 1919. Full information
in regard to the grazing fees to be
charged an(l blank forms to be used
in making applications will be furn
ished upon request. GUR Bt MAINS,
Supervisor.
To Housekeepers
We are prepared to practically furnish your
home. A very complete line of Furniture, Stoves,
Rugs, Matting, Beds and Mattresses, Kitchenware,
and Utensils.
The prices are very reasonable, you will find.
We shall be pleased to show you.
Idaho Furniture & Hardware Co.
J. A. Oeswell, Propr., Union Block. _Phone 189 W.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to the near friends and neigh
bors and relatives who so kindly as
sisted us during the sickness and
death of our loved one, Mr*. Eva Wal
lace.—Mrs. S. L. Fulgham and family,
Mr. Ray H. Wallace and sons.
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our thanks to
all of our friends and neighbors and
the members of the A. O. U. W. for
their symapthy ano assistance during
the illness and death of our wife and
daughter.—Al Oberlin. Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Schnoor.
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