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The Bank You Will Eventually Patronize. General Banking Binli ne«« Along Sa ft. Conservative Line«. ' "-JJJ ssossal ststsvs j fek- IftTIH Emmett, Idaho. NEWS OF GEM COUNTY By The Index'« Correspondent« BISKELL CHEEK Ily Mrs. Ward M. Fuller Waller Craig and Mr. and Mrs. baby were callers at the Ward Fuller home Sunday afternoon W W Wilton was a bench visitor Sunday. Rotiert and Stanley spent Monday and Tues day visiting at the home of her sister H. Blackman called at the Waller M John Soren «Mil »on» Mr«. Ward huiler. Craig home Sunday. Jarnm Stephen« helped Ward Fuller load a car of haled hay at I*etha thl» week. Henry Schoening and family spent Tuesday afternoon at the E. J. Teer ink home. HAW CREEK. By Mrs. E. Tennyson. Mr and Mr». Jay Sander» are the proud parent« of a baby girl, born .Sunday morning Mr, and Mr». Nephi Yerganaon took Sunday dinner with Mr and Mr«. Will Vargenaon. K. Freeman and m» Buhl laut week on huaine«» were called to j and Mr», (-lair Shane viaitad j over Sunday with Mr. and Mr«. W. H. ' Mr I I 1 I I Shane Mr. ami Mr». Herman Sheet» have ad tc Van D*u*e '• lambing n where they will c »ok for the me' through the lambing »e (ivorge Martin bave I neighborh« .»d. J Bullard was over from Buiaa a few day» this week. d Mr» matt were Monday visitors of Mr ml Mr». Nephi Vergen»on. Quite a number from thin nei^hbo ion and Mr Mr. j moved bark into oui ( I ( ' ^ Mr Abe Yergens m Ei j ; hood attended the sate at the F io -en | I *og ranch Wednesday. I Tho U. A. ("lull meets today with j Mr*. Gurney Kill* ! ! SOUTH SIX)PE By Mrs. C. W. Cook The Crescent Improvement Club members were royally entertained at j j the Bert Wright home last Wednes ; f the club's j In the absence day. president, Mr*, den presided took up the most Two new members, Mrs. C. A. Benson Richards, Mrs. YVar-U The business program I >f the afternoon 1 and Mr- Stegner, were added to the club roll. Then music, a social half hour and s three-course chicken pie dinner was served. Shades of night were upon them before the enjoyable party dispersed. A A. Richards and wife motored to Bui*« Wednesday The Slope people were shocked to learn of the death Hudson of McDermott last week Mrs. Hudson was the oldest daughter! f our esteemed neighbors, Mr «nd Mrs. A L. Needle. The sym pathy of the Slope people is extended to this family in their sorrow. H H. Baker has been supplying at Frank if Mrs. -Etta the South Slope schiwi for Miss Mc Sparrsn, who is convalescent from home Friday from their mining prop-| erly above Cascade Charles went on pneumonia. P. Hartley and son Charles came C. !o Caldwell Saturday. One of ths pure white Collie puppies sold by Mr« Stmson to C. P. Hall of Fruit la ml landed the first prise at the I -et »how in Caldwell last woek. Mr. ffer of $25 for the Halt refused an collie cut Club's regular meet The Cn ■ will be held 1.1 the A A Richards! evening. home Cards an The meet Feb 21. in the to be the entertainment, g of February 14 has been d until this later date. Mrs. Stinson, assist for the High school Friday e entertained al dinner Berry Ed Mrs. Ward Tuesday Far and wife. Mr Moilm, Mrs Ivie, Mr Mrs. Jason Kelley. Agent Bert Wi A L ight, Mrs Danielson and There seems to lie nothing con Idaho Commercial College Practical School of BUSINESS I. C. C. Boéac Write for Information I lemptible as a man who will poison if the one who sets out to a deed like that could have seen I ,lo K extreme suffering 1 witnessed Sat , when a pure bred, handsome I Collie pup, belonging to Mrs. Stinson, ur '!ay I <frolicking in from a rabbit hunt und in le»» than 20 minute» wu.i I *h* most excruciating agony from poi ■ * on » i believe that there would he more dog poison put out. Such a man j is on a par with the Hun. The dog t"" 1 10 Hh °t to put an end to its (suffering. y° un lf folks at the Club House on Fri day evening of this week. Mr». Bert There i» to be a nodal for the Slope I Wright and Mr». C. P. Hartley, Mrs. ^n». Modin will act a» chap erons. LETHA Geo. Kwlng took his sister, Mrs. Pomeroy, ami one of the girls to Boise last Tuesday. The Clinton people shipped a train load of sheep out of Letha Monday. They numbered- 4100. A gentleman who came up from Weiner Monday to t*r became very ill at the »t Key h«. ur f, failure rk for Mr. Por re. Dr. Ids was called and pronounced it He recovered suffici -fitly to take the afternoon train hack to Weiser. Mr. Newell, with his chur arteristir kindness, accompanied him to Peyettc,where he had an attack that proved fatal. He left a wife He passed away quietly, and son at Weiser. A, E Pomeroy >nt with A. A Richards to Boise Monday to attend a three day convention of county com missioners and returned last evening Raymond Underwood suffered severe attack f ptomaine poisoning Sunday, supposedly brought on by the eating of figs which he purchased in Emmstt Saturday. Dr. Cummings was culled and he became easier un ,j,, r treatment nly thing that the fear that he might have several mink in his traps and no one to tend them. The Letha Ditch Co. held a meet ing Monday at the Gem State Lumber Several from Falk were The worried him Co.'s office, n attendance. Geo. Merry weather, wife and son ief t Monday for Tact mia. Wash., af er „ t w<> week* visit with his aunt Mrs. Fishbnck. Mrs. Fishhuek ent to Payette Mon She returned the next day by train, day. Services were held in the Baptist church Sunday morning for the first time since the flu became prevalent. There will be services again Sunday, also at Central Mesa, where the sub ject will be "Why Am 1 a Baptist" (» 00 . Kwing took Mr. Newell and Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy to Boise to see "The Light of Western Stars," a movie Saturday. i j place, production, two weeks ago Friday. R. L. Rattan made a trip to Emmett Mr. Bostedcr has bought the Hefner Mr. Lunman has moved his house purchased from Mr. Battan to his lots, which add* one nnwe residence property to Letha. 1-ast Saturday night the neighbors planned a surprise for Mrs. Fishback and family and their company, How ever, they were obliged to cut out the surpri part and tell the people at | noon, as they would all have been j K r,>nc. j delightful time was enjoyed by all. About 36 wore present and a The Commissioners I Boise visited the Children's Home and In session in I found it well conducted in every way. Gem county has four children there. Clarence Russell arrived Sunday ! from Camp Lewis, where he was must ered out of the army. MONTOUR Bv Mrs. K. E. Noland Little Miss Helen McAllister spent a pleasant week end with her uncle at Nampa for **'veral days. Her daughter Miss I Gertrude is oaring for her. Mrs. J. 11 McSparran has been ill Mrs. Crawford and daughter Miss I Blanche I Crawford on pleasure and business. I while Miss Blanche went to resume her school work. Rev. McSparran went to Emmett Saturday on the train to hold services at the Christian church. He was lucky enough to get a ride back Sunday. The Aid society will hold their an nual election of officer* Thursday af vent to Boise last weak, Mrs. 1 er noon at the home of. Mn. I. W. Stoddard. Owing Xo the ban the so ciety ha* not had meetings 'for over four months and is now anxious to get started again with renewed interest. Sunday school has again opened and everybody is invited to attend. It's good to send the children, but it's bet ter to bring them. Lynn Hostie and his sister Miss Alice returned to their home at Glenns Ferry, last week. The steam shovel rested Tuesday while the rain fell in sheets. Charlie Whitney has moved his fam ily to the W. R. Williams' place, where he will begin putting in spring crop as soon as the weather is favorable. Rex Hoseley has moved his family to the dam and will begin his newly acquired job of ditch walker. The Commercial club had a very interesting meeting Saturday evening, which account will probably come in through a different pen, so will leave space for it. a do BRAMWELL Bv E. F. Well*. Will Shultz had the mia/ortune to lose a good team and harnes in the livery barn fire at Caldwell Saturday night. Roht. Miles is building a two-room addition to his house. Mrs. Will King and little daughter of Emmett visited several days this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Storey. Quite a number from this vicinity attended the Hunter sale Wednesday. Social Rolph recently purchased a pure bred Jersey bull calf. On first sight hut Social says it is a real calf with a pedigree hack of him as long as a fence rail and his ancestors have, a record of four poundh of butter a day. Vern Tappan and wife have moved buck to Kmmett and the Davis Hunter family moved to the Tappan ranch Wednesday. A letter from the Purl Storey fam ily, who recently went to Portland, stales that they are nicely located in rooms near where Purl'is attending school, and that he likes thb work tine. thought it might he a goat, R. F. Well» received the sad news, Tuesday, of the death of his mother at her home in Wood River, Neb. Mrs. Wells spent several months here five years ago. OLA The dance at High valley was at tended by the young folks of Ola. Everyone reported a line time and are hoping for Mr. Irbey to give another when the sleighing is better. R. H. Baldwin is recovering from pneumonia and will soon be out of the hospital. The literary Friday evening was well attended and the debate and pro gram was very interesting. Anderson W'alker arrived Friday evening from Camp Lewis, whore he has been for the last seven months. Mrs. W. E. Cook is expected home soon. She is recovering from an oper ation. Joe Couzens is doing Julius Chand ler's chores while he is away looking after his cattle. P. W. Wharton made « business trip to Boise the first of the week. C. W. Albin is running the store during his absence. Rev. Joyce Kendcll came up from Sweet and held services Sunday morn ing. Miss Frances Holbrook went to Em mett Monday to spend the week visit ing with Miss Ruth Wilson. UPPER MESA As there were not enough ladies present for a quorum, there was no business meeting of the U. A. Club Saturday. Charles VanKleets expect to move soon to a ranch north of the Emerson school house. Miss Marie Hanthorn visited at the Gilbride home in Emmett Saturday and remained over night. A good many people from Upper Massa attended the Hunter sale. Loe Reed made a business trip to Payette Monday. Mrs. G. G. Ellis is hostess to the U. A. Club this (Thursday) afternoon. HANNA By Mrs. J. 1. Guthrie J. E, Clinton on Monday shipped UdO lambs to a point near Chicago, where they will be sheared and fed for a short time convenient to a good market. Another shipment will go next week, Dan and Clarence Lieehty went to Caldwell Thursday of last week, re turning on Monday, accompanied by a cousin who is visiting at the Lieehty home. Mrs. Clair Shane spent the week end at her home in Emmett returning to her schiH>l duties Monday morning. On account of the inclement weather the gopher demonstration held by County Agent Berry at the Guthrie ranch on Tuesday was not very largely attended. About a half dozen farmers availed themselves of the opportunity to study the problem and see the work done. ! | | i Our Special Sale Men's and Young Men's Suits Continues $18— and $21 so FOR $25, $27.50 AND $30 SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN—FOR REGULAR SIZE MEN—FOR STOUT MEN AND FOR TALL SLIM MEN Proportionate reductions on our entire suit stock with out reserve or restriction. Hundreds of Pairs of Men's Odd Paints Way under wholesale prices. Fancies, Blues and.Grays, $2.90, $3.95, $4.65, and $5.85 Pants worth from $4 to $8 a Pair Special This Week-Work Clothes $1.45 $1.65 $2.00 Tan Sateen Shirts, soft collar and soft cuffs attached. $2.50 Khaki Flannel Shirts at I $1.00 Olive Drab Cotton Work Shirts 65c at ALEXANDER'S ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER EMMETT CENTRAL MESA Regina Conrad Rev. E. Meyer of New Plymouth was a guest at the Conrad home Sat urday and Sunday. Quite « number of the people of this vicinity attended the Hunter sale Wednesday. Regina Conrad and Miss Driver called at the R. G. Graves home Sat urday afternoon. Mr. Luhr and Harry went to Pay ette to begin work on their new place. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hereth and Miss Driver and Jake and Regina Conrad called at the Meier home on Upper Mesa Saturday evening. Thus. Larkin is having a coat of paint put on his house. Rev. Meyer and Henry Conrad were callers at the Fischer home at Letha Saturday afternoon. Sunday school next Sunday at 2 p. m., preaching at 3 p. m., by Rev. Lan ina nn. Everybody cordially invited. A birthday surprise, also a house warming, was given for Ellis Walters I Monday evening. Those present were; I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hereth. Mr. and Mrs. H. Sohoening and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Crozer and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Schadt and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kraus and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Bisom and family, Mrs. H. Conrad ajid family Mr. and Mrs. James Heath and family, Mrs. Luhr and Frank, Roy Fackler, Mr. Bess and daughters and Miss Driver. At a late hour refreshments were served and an enjoyable time was reported by ail who were present. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hereth and Mrs. Conrad and family and Miss Driver were callers at the L. M. Crozer home Friday evening. The Parent-Teachers association will meet at the Central sckoolhouse Friday afternoon, February 14, at 3 o'clock. Everybody is urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kraus and family called at the Conrad home Sun day evening. James Heath has several men help ing him build his new milk, house, in which they intend to live during the, summer. Claude Bess arrived last Week from Gooding and will assist his father with the farm work. Mrs. Thomas Larkin and Mrs. Wal ter Larkin called at the Harper home in Emmett Friday afternoon. All kinds of Inks at The Index. Spring Showing at the Brown Millinery Saturday, Feb. 15 * Hats for Girls of all ag~es a specialty FRANKIE BROWN To Remove ink. To remove Ink from finger^ wet the fingers and then rub with the phosphor ous end * match. Wipe the fingers and repeat until stain disappears. Human Brain Stilt Mystery. Science hopes that In time It may discover the method whereby the bll llous-of brain cells operate In making ns the thinking creatures we are. It would know why the large mind Is not always the large brain; why we reach onr everyday conclusions in the diver sified affairs ; why scheme ; why, ns has been asserted, the brain can stand the strain of per sistent work better than the muscles of the body. ve act, plot.