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BURT SHERARD
real estate
Farm and City Property
Office Opposite Bank of Em
mett on Washington St.
*C. D. BUCKNUM
Funeral Director
'
and
Licensed Embalmer
Finest Equipped Funeral
Chapel in the state.
Calls to city or country
responded to promptly.
«
Agency for
MONUMENTS
of *11 kind*.
Day and night phone 4 -J
•jjfc. B. E. ROSS ^ •
WÇ2] DENTIST
DR. G. B. TITUS
Dentist
Imu « mad S, M<
Office boor»—0 to 18 bl, 1 to
• p. m. Evening« by appoint
° ment. Phono 230, ITiiimoH »
BUc. .
"Berry & Campbell
CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS.
Estimates and Plans
Furnished.
Shop on Washington Street
north of canaL
H. VI. Til US
CONTRACTOR « BOLDER
All Kind« of Job Work.
Shop on Boise Avenue on Ditch
Bank
r
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DR. N. B. BARNES »
Osteopath
Room« 9 and 10 Bank of Em
mett Building. Hours; 1 to
6 p. m. daily. Special dates by
appointment. Phone 25-r-2 e
PAINTING
PAPERHANGING
AH kinds of
INTERIOR FINISHING
E. H. STRANG
Phone 166 W.
PAINTING
— and —
House Decorating
INSIDE and OUTSIDE WORK
SEE ME FOR PRICES
FRANK HUNT
At Berry & Campbell's Shop
Phone 110-W
r
HORSESHOEING
We are experts. We adapt
the shoe to the horse's
needs and the work he is to
do, whether for traveling
or pulling.
McMILLAN ft RIGGS
1
GENERAL
BLACKSMITHING
!
— and —
REPAIR WORK
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
H. D. Buys
Washington and Dion Streets
(Riverside Addition)
I
p. m.,
preaching 8 p.m.— H. C. Shaw will fill
thç pulpit.
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Christian Church
Bible school 10 a. m., preaching 11
a. in., Christian Endeavor 7
Latter Day Saints.
Services on Sunday as follows: Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Regular ser
vices at 2 p. m. All are invited—
Geo. F. Smith, Bishop.
Christian Science Society.
Meets êVery Sunday morning in the
Moose hall at 11 o'clock. A cordial
welcome extended to all.
Presbyterian Church
Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preach
ing services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. ni.
choir practice Wednesday at 8 p. m
Union Evening Services
Beginning next Sunday evening
several of our churches co-operate in
union Sunday evening meetings.
These will be comunity services, and
all people are invited. Let us come
together, and be of one acdord in these
united efforts. The program is as
follows:
July 3, Christian church, A. C. La
throp, preacher.
July 10, Baptist dhurrh, H. C. Shaw,
preacher.
I July 17, Presbyterian church, E. G.
Keith, preacher .
July 24, Methodist church, A. C.
Lathrop, preacher.
July 31, Christian church, Presby
terian Pastor, preacher.
August 7, Baptist church, E. G.
Keith, preacher.
August 14, Presbyteriàn church, H.
C. Shaw, preacher.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Sunday, July 3, morning prayer and
This will be a
sermon at 11 o'clock,
patriotic service, and members of G.
A. R., W. R. C.. Ladies of the G. A.
R. and the American Legion very cor
dially invited. The following is the
order of the service:
Processional.
Venite.
First lesson, read by member of G.
A. R.
Te Deum.
Second lesson, read by member of
American Legion.
* Benedictus.
America.
Anthem.
Recessional. .
The sermon theme will be "Chns
Text—"Render unto
tian Loyalty."
Caesar the things that are Caesars
and unto God the things that are
God's."
Baptist Church
A. C. Lathrop, Minister
Our Sunday servires are as follows:
A good live
I Bible school at 10 a. m.
j up-todate Sunday school undc-r the su
! perintendency of Frank Hoops, as
1 sis ted bv a corps of able teachers and
j workers. At 11 a. m. the message
will be given bv a visiting brother and
a delightful surprise will thus be in
store for those who attend. At 7 p.
m. the young people will hold their
"live wire" meetings which all who
attend will greatly enjoy. At 8 p. m.
we will unite with rhe other churches
in the union service at the Christian
chinch.
The week day events of this week
ve been the delighfui B. V. P. U.
meet' ng on Monday evening and the
Ladies' Aid meeting this afternoon at
Mrs. Wardens on rhe South Slope.

First ^Methodist Episcopal Church
Elmer Grant Keith, Minister
10 a. m.,
school, with classes for a.l who may
attend. 11 a. m„ sermon, holy com
munion, and ingathering of members.
7 p. m. devotional meetings of the hp
worth and Junior Leagues. At the
evening hour of worship, 8 p. m., the
congregation will unite with the union
meeting at the Christian church, the
Rev. Mr. Lathrop preaching the ser
in 011 - , _ „ j ..
July 10 is "Farmers' Day, and the
Sunday school and morning worship
will be held in the grove at the place
of Mrs. J. C. Loyd on South Boise
avenue. Conveyances will be at the
church at 9:30 a. m. for the attend
ants of the Sunday school, and a.
10:30 for those who attend the ser
of the Sunday
session
vices of worship only. Basket lunen.
Afternoon community service at l.oO.
Nazarene Church
W. IÎ. Parker, Pastor
Our services for the next assembly
year started off well last Sunday with
a good attendance and a number of
seekers at the alter. The new church
board met Monday night and planned
work for the coming
for aggressive
year. You will find a hearty welcome
at all our services which are as fol
lows: Preaching Sunday 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.; Sunday school 10 a. m.;
meeting Thursday 8 p. m.;
meeting Sunday evening 7:00
prayer
praise
o'clock.
Christian Church Notes
A number of the members of the
church met at the home of Mrs. H.
C Shaw and spent the evening of
the 23rd. Mrs. Shaw is returning to
Indiana to be with her daughter Jean
ette, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. Grace Paul Hendricks of Cald
well, who is to go to Japan as a
missionary, will speak in the church
at 7:30. A special
Don't fail to hear
n . ,
Why Suffer from Rheumatism.
Do you know that nine out of every
ten cases of rheumatism are simply
rheumatism of the muscles or chronic
rheumatism, neither of which require
anv internal treatment? The pain
may be relieved by applying Chamber
Iain's Liniment, which makes sleep
and rest possible, and that certainly
means *. great deal to any one afflict
ed with rheumatism.
Friday evening
musical program. _,
th ! « Idaho girl who has spent twelve
years in school preparing for this mis
sion field. _ .
\ union service Sunday evening at
Rev. Lathrop of the Baptist
church will deliver the sermon.
7:30.
AS WE GROW OLD
The Kidneys Should Receive Help.
Emmett People Recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills.
The constant strain of busy life
Is hard on the kidneys, and in later
years
I The kidneys cal! for help,
Old Backs often ache, day in, day
lout;
Urinary ills frequently add their
weight of woe,
Give the help the kidneys need.
Aid the kidneys with Doan's Kidney
Pills.
Emmett people endorse this remedy
F. H. Vanderhoof, retired farmer, S.
Washington St., Emmett, says;
"When a man gets along in years his
kidneys are liable to cause trouble; at
least I have been bothered with the
idney secretions passing too frequent
ly at times. That weakness has kept
me from getting much rest at night
and, then, I would have considerable
backâche, too. Doan's Kidney Pills
are the best remedy I have ever tried
for kidney trouble and they have al
ways corrected the disorder and rid
me of the pain in a short time."
Price 60c., at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Vanderhoof had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Notice to Creditors
NEWS OF RECORD
Instruments Filed for Record for the
Week Ending June 27, 1921.
Warranty Deeds
Joltn Thomas Glenn and Nannie
Glenn to John F. Hall, all of Ola, SW
Vi NE G , NW USE Vi, NEU SW U, S
EUNWH4, Sec. 22-10-1E. $4500.
James C. and Addie Loyd to John
Hall, 3 acres in SEU, Sec. 23-10-1E.
$200.
G. A. R. Post of Emmett to John
Hall, lot 95, Riverview cemetery. $3.
W. F. and Hannah M. Sinclair to
Lucy Farnsworth, 1 5x130 ft. in SWU
SEU, Sec. 7-6-lW., beginning 800 ft.
S. of SW corner block 5, Daileys 2nd
Add. to Emmett. $1100.
Thomas O. and Mary P. Smith to
Franklin I. Coats, all of Boise, EV6
NWUNWU, Sec. 32-7-2W. $10.
Franklin I. Coats to T. L. Ragsdale
of Boise, EUNWUNWU, Sec. 32-7-2
W. $10.
Amelia DeClark to Harry Groscup,
lot 54, Hopkins Add. to Emmett.
$550.
Cody and Gertrude Lyon to Gustave
Feller, NWUNEU, Sec. 20-6-2W.
$1500.
Judgment—Thomas Sheldon and
Georgia S. Sheldon, divorce.
Now is the time to subscribe.
e( j
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned executrix of the estate of
Frank J. Edwards, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within ten months after the
first publication of this notice to the 1
said executrix at the law office - f
Finley Monroe, in the Citv of Emmett,,
County of Gem, State of Idaho, this
being the place fixed for the trar.sac
tion of the business of said estate. i
Dated this 14th day of June, 1921. !
LIZZIE A EDWARDS
Executrix of the estate of Frank'J. I
Edwards, deceased.
First publication June 16, 1921.
Serial 024458
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Boise, Idaho, June 20,
1921.
Notice is hereby given that Ray
Tietsort of Emmett, Idaho, R. F. D.
No. 2, who, on December 14, 1920,
made homestead entry Act June 17,
1910, No. 024458, for W Vi NE >4, EV4
NW»i, SWV4NWV4, NViSWH and
NWV4SEV4, section 10, township 7
north, range 3 west, Boise Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
3-year proof, to establish claim to the
land above described^ before W. T.
Crouch, United States Commissioner
at his office at Emmett, Idaho, on
the 30th day of July, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Henry Basset, Loyd Wing, Emmett
W. Cooper and Wert Kfnady, all of
Emmett, Idaho.
FRANK S. HEER, Register
Notice of Hearing
Temporary office of the Board of
Directors of the Emmett Irrigation
District, Emmett, Idaho.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Directors of the Emmett Ir
rigation District has examined the
lands within the Emmett Irrigation
District for the purpose of making
the assessment of benefits, apportion
ment and ditribution of the cost, to
wit, $1,200,000.00, of the construction
of a dam, conduit and pumping plant,
as provided in that certain contract
between the United States of Amer
ica and the Emmett Irrigation Dis
trict, authorized by the qualified elec
tors of said district at an election
duly held on April 30, 1921, with the
provision that in case water is divert
ed from the back waters of said dam
to irrigate lands within the Black
Canyon Irrigation District, the Black
Canyon Irrigation District will pay
one-half of the cost of the construc
tion of said dam, in accordance with
the benefits received on each of the
tracts and legal subdivisions of land
within said district, as provided by
law.
And further notice is hereby given,
that at ten o'clock a. m. on the 25th
dav of June, 1921, at the temporary
office of this district, to-wit, room
20 of Bank of Emmett building, in
Emmett, Idaho, is the time and place
fixed for the purpose of making the
assessments, maps, lists, apportion
ment and distribution of the above
amount upon the lands within the
Emmett Irrigation District,'as pro
vided by law, at which time and place
said board will proceed to hear all
parties interested who may appear,
an d will /continue in session from day
to day pntil such assessment is com
pleted. ,
Done/ bv -
7th day of June, 1921.
J. I. GUTHRIE,
Attest) President,
" *'
7 ordef of the Board this
H. Haylor, Secretary.
Serial No. 025892
Notice of Application for U. S. Patent
. Mineral survey No. 2951 A and B.
In the JJnited States Land Office,
Boise, Idaho, June 9, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of the Act of Congress ap
proved May 10, 1872, James L. Tyson
and Commodore P. Ritter, whose post
office address is Banks, Idaho, have
made application for patent for the
Inauguration Group of Quartz Mining
Claims, consisting of the Inaugura
tion, Inauguration No. 2, Inauguration
No. 3, Inauguration No. 4, and Inau
guration Mil! Site, partly in section
twenty-nine (29) and partly in section
thirty-two (32), township nine (9)
north, range three (3) east, Boise Me
ridian, in the Bodie Mining District,
County of Boise, State of Idaho, and
numbered and designated United
States Mineral Survey No. 2951 A and
B; said mining claims being more
particularly described in and by the
official plat and field notes on file
in the office of the Register of the
United States Land Office at Boise,
Idaho; the boundary lines of the said
mining claims being as follows, to
wit:
Inauguration Lode:—Beginning at
comer No. 1, from whence the quarter
section corner common to sections 29
and 32 in township 9 north, range 3
east B. M. bears south 61 degrees 39
minutes west 1430.11 feet; thence
north 38 degrees 33 minutes west
1240 feet to corner No. 2; thenCe
north 51 degrees 41 minutes east 600
feet to corner No. 3; thence south 38
degrees 33 minutes east 1240 feet to
comer No. 4; thence south 51 degrees
41 minutes west 600 feet to corner No.
1, the place of beginning.
Inauguration No. 2 Lode:—Begin
ning at corner No. 1 from whence the
quarter section corner common to
sections 29 and 32, township 9 north,
range 3 east B. M. bears south 79 de
grees 51 minutes west 917.97 feet;
thence north 38 degrees 33 minutes
west 1425.61 feet to corner No. 2;
thence north 51 degrees 41 minutes
east 600 feet to corner No. 3. being
identical with corner No. 2 of Inau
guration Lode; thence south 38 de
grees 33 minutes east 1425.61 feet to
corner No. 4; thence south 51 degrees
41 minufes west 600 feet to corner
No. 1, the place of beginning.
Inauguration No. 3 Lode:—Begin
ning at corner No. 1 identical with
corner No. 2 of Inauguration Mill Site
and from whence the quarter section
comer common to sections 29 and 32
in township 9 north, range 3 east B.
M. bears 55 degrees 40 minutes west
704.96 feet; thence north 38 degrees
33 minutes west 1500 feet to corner
No. 2; thence north 58 degrees 4 min
utes east 604.02 feet to comer No. 3
on line 2-1 of the Inauguration No. 2
Lode; thence south 38 degrees 33 min
utes east 1500 feet to comer No. 4;
thence south 58 degrees 4 minutes
west 604.02 feet to comer No. 1, the
place of beginning.
Inauguration No. 4 L<»de: jp e *ri n ;
ning at corner No. 1 on line of
Inauguration No. 3 Lode from whence
the quarter section corner common to
sections 29 andI 32 in township 9 north,
range 3 east B. M. bears
-8 minutes west -56.54 feet, thence I
1 degrees 3-, minutes cast :
feet to corner No. 2; thence ;
*oVth 28 degrees 14 minutes nd
1500 feet to corner No 3; thence north ,
38 degrees 33 minutes west 652.86 i
i f eet corner No. 4; thence nor^ ..o
! degrees 14 minutes east 1500 feet to
corner No. 1, the place of oejrinivng.
I Inauguration Mill Site:—Beginning j
at comer No. 1 on line 1-2 Inaugura- |
tion No. 3 Lode from whence the quar
ts.- section comer common to sections I
29 and 32 in township 9 north, range
3 east B. M. bears north 58 legrees
51 minutes west 597.80 feet; thence
south 38 degrees 33 minutes cast
113.10 feet to comer No. ?.. -dentical
with corner No. 1 of Inauguration No.,
3 Lode; thence north 58 degrees 04
minutes east 300.86 feet to corner \'o.
3 on line 4-1 Inauguration No. 3 Lrde;
thencr south 38 degrees 33 minutes
east 126.72 feet to corner No. 4;
thence south 20 degrees 40 minutes 30 I
seconds wset 712.88 feet t ocorner No. )
5; thence north 41 degrees 4 minutes [
west 411.37 feet to corner No. 6; I
thence north 16 degrees 55 minutes I
east 402.66 feet t ocorner No. 1, thej
place of beginning.
Variation in all corners 20 degrees j
east.
No adjoining or conflicting claims.
Date of posting this notice on
claims February 25, 1921.
Publication is hereby ordered in The
Emmett Index.
FRANK S. HEER, Register.
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Notice to Creditors
Estate of John A. Hiatt, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned administrator of the es
tate of John A. Hiatt, deceased, to
the creditors of and all persons hav
ing claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice,
to the said admisistrator at the law
office of Finley Monroe in the City
of Emmett, county of Gem, state of
Idaho, this being the place fixed for
the transaction of the business of
said estate.
Dated May 9, 1921.
First publication May 12, 1921.
' R. B. SHAW,
Administrator of the Estate of
John A. Hiatt, deceased.
Serial 017892
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. 1
Land Office at Boise, Idaho, June 1,
i921.
Notice is hereby given that Louis
P. Fry of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho,
who, on May 13, 1916, made home
stead entry No. 017892, for S14 SW (4,
section 3, and SHSEV4, section 4,
township 6 north, range 3 east, B. M.,
has filed notice of intention to make
3-year proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Reg
ister and Receiver St the United
States Land Office, at Boise, Idaho,
or. the 16th day of July, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Henry M. Lucht, Charles DuMond,
Frank W. Clarkson, and Henry Olsen,
all of Horseshoe Bend, Idaho.
FRANK S. HEER, Register.
A healthy man is king in his own
right; an unhealthy man is an unhap
py slave. For impure blood ard slug
gish liUer, use 3uH Blood B: ters.
at all
I
On the i arket 35 vi.-fc.rs.
$1
stores.
u
Just Between You and Me
says the Good Judge
n
Here's genuine chewing
satisfaction for you, hook
ed up with real economy.
A small chew of this class
of tobacco lasts much long
er than a big chew of the
ordinary kind—that's be
cause thej full, rich, real
tobacco taste lasts so long.
Any man who qse9 the
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT fe a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco

J. McNISH
General Merchandise
The Store of
Quality and
Service
Emmett Meat Co
Phone 24-J
®EEF, PORK, VEAL AND MUTTON
SAUSAGE AND BOLOGNA A SPECIALTY
Home Cured Hams and Bacon
Buy Your Beef by the Quarter, 12 Cents per Pound
*THE PASTIME CIGAR STORE
Cigars, Tobacco, Candy and Soft Drinks
Pocket Billiards
A nice comfortable place for gentlemen
to enjoy themselves.
Whatever there is Rood in Tobaccos, Cigars and
Cigarettes, we carry.

POOL AND BILLIARDS
Confectionery and Soft Drink*
Make our cozy place your duD house, and meet your
friend* her* Yon are aa welcome as May flowers.
THE BRUNSWICK.CIGAR STORE
THE BUSY PLACE
PALACE MEAT MARKET
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Sausage, Lard, Chickens
Fresh Fish Every Thursday and Friday
Highest Market Price Paid for Hides and Pelts
Auto Delivery
Phone 160
Hetherington Co.
Electrical Supply Houaa
Maty PaMia
W* w. Wilton
PRAf. ESTATE
Wa are «ptdaQy equipped
Armatur« ead Mato» BapaMag
•fan Und*. Coatractor. lot ag
Ttn gmranea la Depend
able Coaipaaka
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