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ÏÛ OF J Capital * CO OOO * ÏYZ. 'lAVt. ABL/HOAAi/ CAP/ TAl fO AlL R LOU / V r * t MTS A HP W/LL APPR LC / ATE yOuR BuS />v £. EMMETT NEWS For good bread use Fleischman's yeast, at Reilly's. Miss Katherine Mann was a busi ness caller in Caldwell on Monday. Mrs. Clyde Kelley and Mrs. Berle Kelley were visiting in Emmett Sun day, from Boise. Mrs. George Huebener went Boise Saturday to spend Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Cartee Wood- made short call on Emmett relatives and friends Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Edgar, who has spent several months with her daughter, Mrs. Burt Mays, departed Monday for her home in Cincinnnati, 0. Life insurance was never needed See F R more than at this time. Chapin and secure a good policy in Mutual Life of N. Y. Don't delay. C. P. Hartley and son Charles came down Friday from their mining prop-1 erty, the "Alpine," above Banks, to spend a week or more with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark and Mrs. Childs motored over from Boise Friday afternoon to visit at the homes of Mrs. Everett Barton and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ewing. They turned home Sunday. Miss Maude Campbell returned on Saturday evening from a few days' visit with Mrs. B. O. Clark and other friends in Boise. Miss Campbell has for some time held a stenographic po sition in Richfield, and is at present taking a much needed vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jos. Camp bell. re 1 the ! Mr. and Mrs. James H. Foss and children went by stage to Boise, Sat urday, whence all, excepting Mr. Foss, took leave for their former home at Duluth, Mian, to visit Mrs. Foss's mother. Mr. Foss remains to attend to his orchard tract and other business matters and may join the family after fruit season. However, since their plans are indefinite, their many I friends hope that they may decide to t re-establish their home here perma nently. Furs Wanted .The New York Store will highest prices for all kinds of furs. pay IT PAYS TO READ ADVERTISEMENTS You've often heard the saying, "It pays to advertise. That is true. And it also pays to read advertisements —pays you. If you read advertisements consistently for any length of time you will agree that this statement is also true. It pays you in money saved. There are many real bar gains offered from time to time in the advertisements appearing in this paper. Watch for them. It pays you in satisfaction. When a merchant asks you to come to his store he obligates himself to sell you . quality goods "as advertised." You have a right to expect satisfaction from what you buy and you get it. It pays you in time saved. When you know exactly what you want to buy and where you want to buy it, you don't have to "look around" and waste time finding it. Don't you want to save money and time? Wouldn't you like to be sure of getting satisfactory service and quality goods every time you go to a store? Then read the ad vertisements and patronize the stores which can serve you best * Diamond Edge knives and razors at Reilly's. Victor Linebarger was down from Sweet Tuesday. C. H. Mitchell of Hailey Emmett visitor Friday. Dr. N. B. Barnes made a business trip to Boise last week. Mrs. Scotty Henderson and Mrs. Colvin were Boise visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rundstrom and little son returned Monday from a two weeks' visit) with relatives in California. a was an Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilton joying a visit from their mother, Mrs. Driscoll, who came up last week from New Plymouth. are en Miss Gwendolyn Sessions came over ^ rom B°i se Saturday evening to spend Sunday with the family of J. C. Dew ey. She returned Monday. Should you be taken away, how a ^° u *- Y our loved ones? Don't delay ! P rotect ' n S' them. See F. R. Chapin of Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N. Y. i Miss Florence Rundstrom enter tained the lady employes of the Gold en Eule store Tuesday evening at a Kensington. The guests included the Misses Pearl Pattison, Blanche Myers, Hazel Stilson, May Klepper, June De Clark and Mrs. Gilbertson. Senator W. S. Wayman, a former resident of the Hamia neighborhood, but now located at Valier, Mont, enmpanied by his wife, was renewing acquaintances heaeabouts last week, spending Sunday with the Wayman and Guthrie families on the bench. D. H. Van Deuoen arrived home Friday from a several weeks' visit in San Diego, Calif, where Mrs. Van Deusen and Mary axe spending the winter. Howard, who .accompanied his father, remained there and he and Mary are attending school. Mrs. Van ! Deusen is enjoying exceptionally gwd j health. They will remain until the close of school. ac John Yerik returned the latter part of last week fron a few weeks' visit in California, where he went with a view of .(locating. He enjoyed (his visit very much—*s a sightseer—but he returns to Emmett with a greater pride in her attractions than ever be fore, and fully satisfied to remain bene. j Dr. Judd, dentist, Monroe Bldg. Tom' Patten was in town yesterday from Falk. William Gross was down from Ola Friday and Saturday. Merle Banks of Banks spent a few day9 in Emmett this week. L. L. Miller, a stock buyers of Nam pa, was in Emmett this week. John Soran returned Tuesday from Seattle, where he had been on busi ness. He witnessed the inconveni ences of the strike situation and says it was a serious condition with every thing completely tied up. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoff came over from Boise to spend Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Parrish, Mr. Hoff having returned last week from Newport News, honorably discharged from army life. Mr. and Mrs. Hoff will re-establish their home at McCall, wherç Mr. Hoff is con nected with the lumber firm of Hoff & Brown. That the American soldier is a bear with the women in any country you may place him, is a statement writ ten back by Jim Howe, the former editor of The Index who is now Asso ciated Press correspondent in France. Mr. Howe, writing from Coblenz, Ger many, says that the American dough boys are crazy about the fat German girls and that the German girls are quite crazy themselves. He says that in spite of the cold weather the parks are crowded in the evening with eager couples and that bench seats are at a premium. He declares that while tak ing a stroll through a public park the other night he counted scores of American doughboys who were kissing and hugging German lassies.' see, are there any Emmett boys at Coblenz ? Let's Compliraenting Mrs. Sarah Blackier, who leaves this week to take a posw tion as teacher near Gross, the K. K. Klub gave a most delightful party 1 Friday evening at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Ray G. Newcomer. The hus bands of the Kluh, and Mrss June De Clark and Mias May Klepper were the outside guests. A varied program of cards, interspersed with mirth and musk, and a pleasing lancheon, filled the evening hours. In the temporary removal of Mrs. Blackier frofn Em mett, her many friends feel a keen regret, and will welcome her return next fall. Mrs. Blackler's activities cover a broad field. She has been one «ff Emmett's most 3oved teachers duriag the past 10 years; a devoted worker in church activities, including choir, Sunday school and Christian En deavor; and in musical circles, her in teresl and effort is unlimited. In these and other phases of Emmett's social life, Mrs. Blackier will be great ly missed and the best wishes of the entire community attesd her during her absence. FOR SAI.E—Furnished house at First and Johns avc. Mrs. A. DeClark. I buy Liberty bonds. W ,F. Sin clair.. Cash paid for Liberty bonds. W. F. Sinclair. Jack Younp was down from Sweet to attend the Hunter sale. Miss Lizzie Womack is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edwards, at Payette. G. B. Mains is making an inspection tour in the Garden Valley country this week. Miss Louise Monrje is absent from her school duties this week with an attack of tonsilitis. Mrs. Amelia DeClark returned yes terday from a couple of weeks' visit with her nieces at Caldwell. The Past Noble Grands Circle will meet with Mrs. Frank Chapin Feb. 20. All past noble grands are re quested to come. W. H. Madden returned Wednesday from a business trip to Cascade. He reports over three feet of snow, and still snowing when he left. C. J. Bullard, Charles Kilgore and B. P. Brooks were over from Boise Monday looking after some livestock transactions on the bench. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilmer arrived Wednesday from Eugene, Ore., to re side. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer are the parents of Mrs. Vern Tappan. Mrs. Mary E. Wells of Colorado ar rived Saturday and will locate here. She is desirous of purchasing a small tract of one to five acres near the city. Rev. J. E. Kanarr of Middleton, Dis trict Missionary of the Idaho Baptist convention, spoke at the Baptist church on Wednesday night on the Victory campaign. The Indies of the Presbyterian church will give a 15-cent tea on Washington's birthday, Saturday, Feb. 22 at 2:30 p. m, at the home of Mrs. Bullock. Ail ladies cordially invited. Wednesday evening, half a dozen la dies, members of the P. E. O. chapter enjoyed a theater party, followed by a luncheon, complimenting Mrs. Sarah Blackier, who left today for her school at Gross The lactic acid formed in ripe and pure cream before the butter is made is found in buttermilk. Nothing is better as a beverage and for cooking.; For sale at Mutual Creamery Co. Belle Boren, agent, ErametL. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Patton returned, Tuesday from Salt Lake, where they have spent several weeks visiting their son Cliff. They were guests at the Dick McConnell home Tuesday night, proceeding to their home at Pearl Wednesday. Miss Langhausen, the milliner who lost her stock of goods in the Russell hotel fire last fall, is in town today. She has spent the winter in Weiser, but is her Boise tf tf. way open a shop across the street from the post office. Dr. Allen has opened up an office in the Bank of Emmett building for the practice of Osteopathy. He is from California, where he graduated from the Los Angeles College of Osteopathy and where he has been in practice. He has recently received his discharge from the U. S. service. Friends in the city have received cards announcing the marriage of Charles Barringer of this city to Miss Grace Mehler, daughter of Dr. Francis Casper Mehler, which was solemnized at Denver February 1. Mr. and Mrs. Barringer will be at home at Boise after March 1.—Statesman. Mr. Bar ringer is a son of our T. C. Barringer. What must be the state of mind of a father who names his son Ananias, even if he spells it "Annanaias?" The story is told that Mr. Roosevelt once showed a friend a gravestone in a churchyard at Oyster Bay which bore this inscription: "Here Lies Ye Body of Annanaias Doughty, who died in 1761.'' "The first member of the An anias Club," observed the friend, "but doesn't it strike you that the 'Here Lies' is superfluous?" I have represented the Northwest ern Mutual Fire Association for 13 years and during that time the Asso ciation has saved its policy holders from 25 per cent to 40 per cent, and at its convention held January 22 and 23, 1919, the rate of saving was raised 5 per cent. Remember this Associa tion writes at the regular old line rate and after paying all losses and ex penses it saves you from 80 to 45 per cent owing to the class of business. W. F. Sinclair, Agent. Mrs. J. L. Reed will leave on Wed nesday for Portland and other coast towns to visit relatives for a few months until she regains her strength after the flu. Mrs. Reed was made sad on the eve of her departure, by the news of the death of her nephew, Ralph Sawyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sawyer of Elkton, Ore. Mr. Sawyer, Jr., was recently married and Mrs. Reed had looked forward to a pleasant visit with him and his young wife, but instead will miss his face in the family circle. OVER DRAFT HEATER Bums Wood or Coal. Warms the Floor AH 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. EMRE1LLY&CO Groceries Hardware Ernest Noble was over from Boise Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Berry have moved into the Herb Blackman house on First street, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Geary. John Davies is moving his household eoods into the Clarence Morehouse place on south Washington Avenue, having sold his ranch down the val ley to Mr. Morehouse. Mrs. Frank Carpenter advises those owning bottle openers not to throw them away, even though nation al prohibition is a fact, as they are handy tools for opening fruit jar lids. E. K. Hayes returned last Friday from his trip east. He visited his par ents in Maine, and states that all dur ing his trip he encountered no winter weather, the Eastern states enjoying a remarkably fine and mild season, as well as the west Woodstock No. 5 rcygasA ..a 6£> ■Si y :3* ; ■ % A Modern Typewriter of Superior Excellence The Leading Features of the Leading Machines all harmoniously combined in one handsome new trouble-free writing machine of the first quality—in which you will find your own favorite typewriter, and the others besides. 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The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adams, who suffered a relapse after influenza, is reported as improv ing. B. C. Davidson, who went to Port land a short time ago, has been very ill in a hotel there, but is reported improving and hopes to return home ere long. Little Miss Florence Cummings, who has been confined to her bed for a period of three months, owing to a weakness of the hip, is again able to be about, and is as happy in her free dom as a released bird. Dr. Cumm ings feels that the complete rest of the hip has strengthened it so that the little girl may experience no further trouble.