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r i i 111 I r/Xi EMMETT NEWS Hill Bros. Red Can, 1 pound 42c at the Golden Rule Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Bowen were Boise visitors Sunday. When wanting used cars see Claude Roberts Auto Co. Order your strawberries from the Cash Grocery. Mayor Peterson was a Boise visit or Thursday. ; If you want team work call Em- ; mett Dray & Transfer Co., phone 262. Miss Minnie Knox left on Wednes day for the Lakes for a short vaca tion. . ., .. ... , Clayton and Walter Knox will leave tomorrow for Knox, where they will until after the Fourth. camp Mrs. Gilbert Mathews of New Ply „ ,, , , mouth was in Emmett Wednesday to receive medical treatment. For Sale—All my household furni ture„ including rugs and a range. J. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Obermeyer spent the week-end camping and fish in the hills. C. Rundstrom, 415 1st St. I ing All my household furni For Sal ture„ including rugs and a range. J. C. Rundstrom, 415 1st St. Mr. and Mrs. John Ketchen and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Little left Tues day for Knox and the Lakes for a few days' camping and fishing. Miss Frances Jones left Wednesday for Minneapolis, where she will make extended visit with her sister, Mrs. John Burke. Wanted—Button holes to make 10 to 15 cents dozen. Hemstitching 10 cents yard. Mending and remodeling. 416 Walnut Ave., north of railroad. Mrs. WV T. Crouch and son Carl returned Monday from Portland, Ore., where they have been visiting at the home of W. M. Crouch, father of Mr. Crouch, and also at a brothers of Mr. Crouch. The young ladies and ladies of St. Anthony Parish will give cream social at the city hall grounds on Saturday evening, July 11, start ing at 7 o'clock. Ice cream and cake 25 cents. Everybody welcome. Mrs. D. L. Rhodes and son Jack, and Mrs. Hand and Helen are visit ing at the home of their sister, Mrs. H. T. Davis for a few days. Mrs. Hand and Helen expect to go to the lakes from here, where they have Tented a cottage for the summer. Mrs. Dan Hogenam and sister Miss Effie Glass and Miss Cora Anderson will leave today for Portland and oth ■er coast points. Mrs. Hogenam will join "her husband at Tacoma, Wash , where they will make their home, and Miss Glass and Miss Anderson will return in about three weeks. Mrs. Williams, representing the Butterick Publishing Oo„ is at the Golden Rule Store this week, taking subscriptions for the Delineator. Special subscription rate $1.50 per year. We buy poultry any day. Coop Ex change. Davy C?aig, who has been working in the 'mines at Warren since last fall, dropped into town Friday for a short visit Mr. Craig recently had a pain an an ice ful accident, when a sharp piece of steel was driven clean hrough the -palm of his hand. The wound is heal ing satisfactorily. Homes in the Ozarks of Arkansas. Grain, forage, alfalfa, clover, grasses, fruits, vegetables, an ideal dairy and stock country, fine spring water and clear running streams, fish and game, no drouths, no malaria, no negroes, good schools, a fast growing country and the garden spot of Arkansas. Have well improved dairy farm join ing good railroad town can exchange for well improved irrigated farm in Idaho. Write North Arkansas Land Co., Everton, Ark. IP m x 3Ha T T£ You will save most with IEE3 Radiator Heating by Steam or HotWater. II—Ir Perhaps a better regulation of your present rad.ator plant wlil gtve cheaper heat. Let us advise you free.) Perhaps you ought to have an IDEAL Boiler with AMERICAN Radi ators in your building, instead of pres ent stoves or furnace boat. We will be glad to give you the benefit of our experience to improve your heating and decrease your coal DU. Ö CALL US UP jf|] Whitman & Co. Quality Plumbers r a&co^ , Idaho Rooming House Rooms Clean and Neat With All Accommodations. MRS. C. AKKOOSH, Prop. 110 N. Washington Ave. For cement blocks see H. D. Buys. Max Guenther, painter and decora tor. P. O. Box 537, Emmett, Idaho. St. Mary's Guild will meet Thurs day, July 28, at the home of Mrs. Robert Burlingame. Leave hemstitching orders at Gol den Rule store, or with Mrs. W. H. Shane, 33-J2. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will a vacation during July and will hold n0 meetings. Miss Alta Darneille of Gardena left Thursday for an extended visit with relatives at Glenwood, Mo. Hin B ros. Ked Can 2/l po unds $1 . 03 the Golden Rule Saturday. Hugh Crabtree and Eiden Graves ] e ft yesterday morning for a two wee k s > outing, Their first camp will be made on Fawn Creek. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Lorain are en joying a visit from their daughter, Mrs. Murphy of Filer, who arrived 1 last week to spend sometime here. Mrs. M. Duffy and little daughter Bernice are back from a visit with relatives and friends in Salt Lake City, Provo and other Utah points, Sweet and whipping cream at the I Valley Meat Market. - Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cochran, Helen and Ashley left Sunday for Salmon river, where they will visit their 3on Fitch for a week. Mrs. A1 Hetherington is -at McCall visiting his sister at the Willsey ba kery and will spend several weeks there. Miss Ethel Hazleton will go to Plac erville this week for a two weeks' va cation from her duties as clerk in the Golden Rule Store. You couldn't get better laundry work were you a resident of Chicago, or other large cities than at Mack's sanitary laundry. Order your strawberries from the. Cash Grocery. Miss Florence Rundstrom will leave Sunday for Anaheim, Calif., where she will visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Rundstrom for a month. She will also visit relatives in Los Angeles before returning home. Eyes examined and glasses ground to correct your visioo. I guarantee satisfaction, mett, Idaho. Easton. Mrs. Pennington and baby, who have been visiting at the home cf Mrs. Pennington's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, returned to her home at Sandpoint today. Miss Mary Gamage will take the place of Miss Cora Anderson as book keeper in the electric light office dur ing the next two weeks, while Miss Anderson takes a vacation. No, thank you, Mack's sanitary laundry is good enough for me. don't care to have my clothes hang ing along some ditch bank on a barb wire line. W. F. Strother, Era Successor to W. J. Maynard Hempstead, who came out from Topeka, Kan., to visit his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hoi.ar returned to his home Monday. His sister, Miss Elizabeth, will remain to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Crank left evening for Klamath Falls, Tuesday Ore., upon receint of a telegram an nouncing the serious illness of the father of Mr. Crank. Mrs. Joe How ard, a sister, accompanied them. For Buick or Dodge cars let us show Claude Roberts Auto Co. you. Elmer Nesbitt, Charlie Blessinger and L. C. Cramer, ranchers of the Ola and Gross sections were in town on Monday and Tuesday to appear be fore the board of equalization. Mrs. H. C. Shaw and daughter left this week for Booneville, Ind., in re sponse to a message informing them of the serious illness of Mrs. Shaw's daughter Jeanette. We have caught up with our cur tain work and now we can give you fine work and quick service on your Our new equipment can't curtains. be beat, because they are done on the Emmett Laundry. square. J. W. Cook, who recently underwent an operation in a Boise hospital for the removal of a cataract from one of his eyes, is at home. The afflicted optic is nearly healed and indications that his sight will be restored. are Order your strawberries from the Cash Grocery. Mrs. Charles Adams and little son returned to their home at St. Anthony after an extended visit at the home of Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. C. V. Wolfe. Mrs. Wolfe accompanied her .to Boise, where she spent the week end visiting at the E. J. Reynolds home. A card from Joe Helfert, dated June 26, says: "We arrived today in Sisson, Calif. We stopped at every fishing hole along the route, camped with the Indians at Chilo quin, Ore. We reached here all O. K., only one blowout and a minor car trouble. Today we came over Bald mountain, the steepest grade I've ever seen." Everybody love« a good washwo Get acquainted with Mack. even man. MICKIE SAYS— C^VV AvtRNiÊ kïtUi'â WkPtft W6 ) -(o OO JOB PQ.W4ff\VKi OV4 I -<W SK>£ 'to VAAW.E BOTU EV40S| WÆ.ET, &V4' NET POIMS 90At j -ftk/ÆS UOUJsA fc&OVrf J AONERrvSlVAa OA SUÜS<l£\P-j TVOU RKTES BEJUG TOO 1 Sc« WVGVO. Xß I J. i m GWE US NEB- . tnoe Soda crackers 7 Î4 -pound box 98c Golden Rule Saturday. at Order your strawberries' from the Cash Grocery. Get our Shop work guaranteed, prices. The Mart Clopton family left this week for an outing in the hills. Claude Roberts Auto Co. Mr. and Mrs. John McGowan were here the last of the week to visit their grandfather, D. M. Johns. • S. J. Hubbard and Jack Watkins of the Caldwell section were Emmett visitors the first of the week. Call on Emmett Going to move? Dray & Transfer Co., phone 262, and get prompt and efficient service. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Breshears drove up from Weiser Sunday to spend the dav at the home of their sister, Mrs. J. P. Reed. Will Simon, manager of the Alex ander store in Boise, is in town today visiting his brother A. M. of the Var iety Store. Malcolm Anderson is in town this week to serve on the district court jury. Malcolm has been working in Weiser with a surveying crew for some time. Lyons & Radant's ice cream factory is now ready to fill orders for ice cream. We will pav cash for cream, eggs and poultry. Will pay premium for sweet cream. Call 268 for prices. Orville Bowers and Lee Earl French of New Plymouth were Emmett visit ors Wednesday. They came after a couple of Fords from the M. & M. Garage, which they drove back to Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Laravea and son of Tulsa, Okla., are here for a visit with Mr. Laravea's sister, Mrs. H. T. Davis. They made the trip overland, and left Tulsa just two days before the riot and arrived in Pueblo in time for the flood. Mrs. Grace Paul Hendrick, a mis sionary, will speak at the Christian church Friday evening, July 1 at 7:30 Mrs. Hendrick is an Idaho girl. She with her husband, sail for Japan next A reception will follow the address. The public is invited. Announcement of the marriage of L. Jayne Sinclair to Andrew J. Solek at Council Bluffs, Iowa, on June 4, received a few days ago by the bride's uncle, W. F. Sinclair. Solek is a daughter of A. L. Sinclair and spent several vears in Emmett. A five piece orchestra will furnish music Saturday night, July 2, for the dance at the Dewey grove. Xylophones month. was Mrs. will be added to the regular four-piece orchestra of violin, saxo.phone, piano and drums. The same price of 75c will be charged for tickets. The time of dancing will also remain the same. Miss Charlotte Parrish of Boise is spending a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Parrish. She was the guest of Miss Bernice Riggs a few days this week. Charlotte is taking a nurse's train ing course at St. Alphonsus hospital in Boise. Miss Fern Wells is expected from La Grande, Ore., to make a visit with her aunt Mrs. M. L. Murray and oth er Emmett friends, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Welis and lived in Emmett for many years. The Davis drug store has just com pleted the remodeling of the photo graph department, increasing their facilities so that no delay may be ex perienced in the development of plates Films will now be developed within a day's time. The W. F. M. S. of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. J. C. Loyd Thurs day afternoon, July 14, at 2:30 o'clock A box will be packed to be sent to the Isabella Fisher Hospital of Tient sein, China. We desire a donation from every meqiber of the society or any others who wish to help. The following is the list of articles need Old table linen or sheets; bath, hand, face or tea,, towels, size 20x30: wash cloths, old ' woolen or cotton blankets, light colored gingham or calico in three-yard lengths, outing flannel in any length, used post-cards or bright pictures, common pins, safe ty pins, needles, tape and white thread soap, medicine, tooth brushes, nail files, nail brushes, common white but tons, boy's handkerchiefs, combs, small mirrors, not* books, writing tablets, tooth paste, talcum powder. Your help will be greatly appreciated Mrs. Ed Skinner, president. 'Sweet and whipping cream at the Cash Grocery. Miss Wells is the 60 : Are You Throwing Your Money Away? Why not save some of your money by buying where you can get Better Goods at Lower Prices? We carry a stock of better hardware and we invite you to compare our prices with other goods and see where you get full value for your money. We have a full line of International Tillage and Cut ting Implements and have a full line of repairs. You want a machine that will do the work under all conditions? All right, see us. We are here to serve. Hawkins Hardware Co. EMMETT, IDAHO Pearl White soap, 7 bars for 25e at the Golden Rule Saturday. Fresh milk and cream at the Falm Bakery at all times. Shop work guaranteed, prices. .Afr. and Mrs. W. E. Sullivan and family spent the week-end with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ançy Sullivan on the east slope. Mr. anc^Mrs. Glen Hobby of Boise and Lieut, and Mrs. R. E. Toston of Pocatello were also Sunday visitors at the Ancy Sullivan Mrs. Hobby is a recent Boise bride, formerly Miss Beulah Snow. Lieut. Toston saw service in the Rain bow division. Get our Claude Roberts Auto Co. home. Pi The Sans Souci club spent a very delightful evening at the home of Mrs. Burt Mays Wednesday night, time was spent in playing cards. Two guests were present, Mrs. G. W. Max field and Mrs. Anna Zimmerman. The W. W. Wilton home on Main street was the scene of a lively party Friday afternoon when Miss Letna entertained in honor of her 13th birth day. About 30 guests were present. A lawn party had been planned, but due to the thunder showers the time was spent inside, where dancing and high jinx of various sorts ma<j£ the afternoon a merry and happy one. The Mr. and Mrs. Sam Riggs very hos pitably entertained the orchestra which came over from Caldwell Sun day to assist in the servise at the M. E. church Sunday evening. The musi cians brought a lunch to eat and the Riggs's offered them the cool shade of their lawn and house to make them selves comfortable until the services at night. Before the orchestra turned home that evening a commit tee of ladies from the church served for them a 'light lunch. Mrs. Eli Lanktree entertained group of neighborhood friends Mon day evening in honor of Mrs. George McConnell who with her family are soon leaving for Carey, where they will make their home. The evening was spent in visiting over fancy work, and lovely refreshments were served. re a Now is the Time to Buy Your Flour We have a certain amount of Tur key Red flour we are selling at cost Made from dry land certified Turkey wheat, grown near Emmett, now while it lasts. Buy COOP EXCHANGE. ART IN THE HOME Promlnent Authority Speaks on This Subject at Chautauqua. Hunt Cook, of the Art Institute of Chicago, brings to Chautauqua patrons a lecture decidedly novel and Interest ing. It deals with "Art In the Home" and covers In a remarkably graphic % O ! f tY' v. isi. I I way the subject of Interior decors tion. Mr. rook illustrates bis talk by the recognlasd authority on his «object and Is s direct representative at tha CM* cage Art Institute. Which Shall It Be? In five years which will you have— a pile of rent receipts or a deed to a snug little home like this? LpfV N &- 1 1 2/V4# •rrrrl '( -, /?- X £2si AJa* Let's talk it over and show you our plan book. Want. Any size of home you WE SELL NAILS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE ALSO Citizens Lumber Co. I. J. DICKSON, Manager Victor Records for July We have received the Victor records for July, and they constitute one of the biggest and best assortment of Red Seal records and popular music ever issued. COME IN AND HEAR THEM Davis Drug Store For Buick or Dodge cars let us show Claude Roberts Auto Co. Mrs. James Barnard went to Letha Tuesday and left that day by train with Mrs. Ricketts for Portland, where ehe will spend some time for the benefit of her health. you. Do you want a trunk or baggage delivered. Call phone 262. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Carr of Sey mour, lows, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fry of Nyssa, Or«., were week-end guests at the Emil E. Dean home »ft East Second street.