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Ttr ank OF j Capital * GO 000??* Wl PA•£ 4ttuMDA.\ r CAP/TAL TO r ALL R EQU /V F M£^TS AMU N/LL APPP £C JATE YUuP &US/f*£:^S EMMETT NEWS When wanting used cars see Claude Roberts Auto Co. We buy poultry any day. Coop Ex change. Mr. Bobar made a business trip to Boise Friday. ■Fresh milk and cream at the Palm Bakery at all times. Murray James Kinzer and Dave spent the week-end at the lakes. Mrs. May Clark and sister, Miss Inez Col-;, .vent to the lakes Tuesday. If you want team work call Em mett Dray & Transfer Co., phone 262. Dr. C. B. Titus and Bernard Knipe spent Sunday fishing on the Middle Fork. George Gardinen and George Kes gard returned this week from an out ing at the Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Alton White return ed Monday evening from their honey moon trip in the hills. The fxmil'cs I C. B. Kn x and Otto Wilhelm :cft : ht> morning (Thun-yiny ■ for the hiiis ' ■> gather huck eberries. Lewis Larson and the Draper fam ily left or. the train Monda/ fir a camping trip in the moun Mrs. B.-ise Riggs and son Billy Soule went to Cascade Tuesday to ■visit at the tome of Miss Laura Kel ley. •n;. Miss Edith Heller of Boise spent ■the week-end in Emmett visiting the ""Bachelor Maids" in the Lee Miles ■home. Miss May Knight of Weiser is spending a month at the Van Deusen ranch. Miss Knight is cashier in a Wteiser store. Harsh physic reacts, weakens the bowels will lead to chronic constipa tion. Doan's Regulets operate easily. '30c a box at all stores. Wanted—Button holes to make 10 to 15 cents dozen. Hemstitching 10 ■ cents yard. Mending and remodeling. 416 Walnut Ave., north of railroad. Miss Maude Myers is spending a two weeks' vacation in Portland. Miss Myers holds a position with the Uni versity extension department in Boise 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. Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Latbrop and Mrs. John Haynes went to Boise Sat urday to see Mr. Haynes, who under went an operation last week at St Luke's hospital. They report the pa tient as getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. daughters drove to Carbarton Sunday -with Everett Barton. Mr. Keith arc Mr. Barton returned Monday evening. Mrs. Keith and children will remain for two weeks with Mrs. Barton. Order your strawberries from the Cash Grocery. Shop work guaranteed, prices. W. S. Keith rn Get our Claude Roberts Auto Co. » » POPULAR RECORDS "For July - President Harding March .. U. S. Marine Band Crooning, Fox Trot ..Benson Orchestra Toddle, Fox Trot ......Benson Orchestra ] Cherie. Fox Trot Paul Whiteman Orchestra Home Again Blues Aileen Stanley Pm Going to Marry 'Arry on the 5th of January. ___Harry Lauder. AND MANY OTHERS I DAVIS DRUG STORE *1 r Sweet and whipping cream at the Valley Meat Market. Frank Hoops drove to the Upper country Saturday to fish. For Buick or Dodge cars let us show you. Claude Roberts Auto Co. John Barbour has been a severe suf j ferer the past week from granulated e Y e hds. ■ i C. V. Wolfe left Saturday for Spo kane, where he will remain a couple of weeks. Leave hemstitching orders at Gol ! den Rule store, or with Mrs. W. H. Shane, 33-J2. Mr. and Mrs. John Ketchen went to Boise last Thursday to attend the wedding of his sister. Guy Martin and family this week moved into the Joe Helfert residence at Third and Hawthorne. Going to move? Call on Emmett Dray & Transfer Co., phone 262, and get prompt and efficient service. Miss Cora Anderson and Miss Ef fie Glass returned Tuesday from a three weeks' sojourn on the coast. Miss Ethel Hazelton resumed her work in the Golden Rule store this week, after a two weeks' vacation spent at Placerville. Mr. and Mrs. John Ketchen and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Little left the first of the week for the Salmon river, where they will camp for several days. Eyes examined and glasses ground to correct your visioo. I guarantee satisfaction, mett, Idaho. Easton. Keith Burns, who took the family to Scott valley last week and remain ed until they were comfortably set tled in a # cottage they have rented for the summer, returned home Sunday. A healthy man is a king in his own right; an unhealthy man an unhappy slave. For impure blood and sluggish liver, use Burdock Blood Bitters. On the market 35 years. $1.25 a bottle. Dr. Hal Prestel, who with Mrs. Prestel, has been camping in Gorden valley for several weeks, came home Tuesday to look after business mat ters for a few days and will then re turn to camp for a longer stay. The Clinic Committee has arrang W. F. Stroth«r, Em Successor to W. J. ed to meet every Wednesday at 2:30 at Commercial Club rooms, during July and August only. Parents re ceiving cards should come and make arrangements—Chairman of Com mittee. Miss Anna Field left this week for RionidiOj Calif., where she will at tend a house party composed of a group of college friends. Frortl there she will go to Berkeley to take up her school work in the university of Cali fornia. Chauncey Lake, one of the old tim ers of this section, arrived Monday to look after matters in connection with the settlement of the Williams Restate, which has been in the courts for several years. He is located at Rogerson now. Floyd Sanders, who has been taking government vocational training at the University of Washington in Seat tle the past year, is spending his va cation at Walla Walla, and is in charge of the Denny & Co. fruit pack ing plant at that place. James Walker, for many years in days gone by a rancher of this valley, hut who has been located in Washing ton for several years, dropped in the first of the week to look after busi ness matters and renew former friend ships. Charlie Rester and his two sons and Morris Haylor left Monday for Lowman where the boys will spend a couple of weeks camping and fish Mr. Rester came back to look ing. after ranch duties, but will return th* first of next week and remain a few days before bringing the party home. Guy B. Mains, supervisor of the Payette forest, brought his family up from Emmett yesterday for the sum mer. They are located at the Payette Lake Club grounds. Mr. Mains in forms us that a shipment of from 25 to 30 cans of rainbow trout from the state hatcheries will reach this place for planting in the lake next Tues day, and that a further shipment of eastern brook may be expected in the fall. That's some good news. - Guy always makes life look brighter when he comes around.—Payette Lakes Star Do' you want a trunk or baggage delivered, Call phone 262. For Buick or Dodge cars let us show Claude Roberts Auto Co. jyou. SATURDAY SPECIALS Picnic Hame 22c a pound at the Golden Rule Saturday. Crisco, 9 pound pail $1.73; Crisco, 6-lb. pail $1.20. at the Golden Rule j Saturday. Crisco, 3-lb. pail, 63c; Crisco, Wi ' lb. pail 32c, at the Golden Rule Sat- ! urday. | Corn Flakes, 3 packages for 25c at [ the Golden Rule Saturday. Sugar, 12'/} pounds for $1. at the Golden Rule Saturday. For cement blocks see H. D. Buy*. Sweet and whipping cream at the Cash Grocery. Shop work guaranteed, prices. Claude Roberts Auto Co. R. E. Shaw and family left today for the upper country for an outing. The W. C. T. U. will hold its regu lar meeting tonight at the home of Mrs. A. Bird. Mrs. T. B. Long of Nampa is visit ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Claude Polly. Mrs. A. J. Colvin left Wednesday for Portland to make an extended vis it with friends and relatives. The Junior Chautauqua meets every Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock in the school grounds. Get our Mrs. Frank Lyles and sen Will Hunter went to Smith's Ferry Sunday to visit with Mrs. Goddard, a daugh ter of Mrs. Lyles, A marriage license was issued in Caldwell Saturday to Jeweli Howd and Ethel Matthews. Mr. Howd was for many years a resident of the South Slope. Mr. and Mrs. John Orr came up from Payette Saturday and spent a couple of days visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Church, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Riggs. Auto livery can take you anywhere in southern Idaho or Eastern Oregon. Fare to Boise $1.50. Go in comfort and save money. Call for you at your home free of charge. Phone 92-J 3. Mr. and Mrs. George Haley, Mrs J. P. Dion and H. T. Davis left yester day for Payette Lakes for an outing. The Haleys will occupy their summer cottage there and remain, sometime. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burlingame will leave today for Gooding, where they will take Mrs. E. L. Stilson, who has been visiting at their home. They will makê the trip in their car and plan to return Sunday. W. H. Madden and Davy DeClark drove to Sage Hen basin Saturday, where they camped until Monday. They report that their's is the first car to make the trip into that section, and that Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Sweet are camping there, having gone in with a wagon. Mrs. Sadie Blackler and son Mer ton and Miss Grace Burton moved here from Montour this week and have rented the Hunt property Fourth street. Their father will make his home with them. Mrs. Black will teach in the Emmett schools the coming year. Don't worry what to feed your chickens to make them lay or to make the young grow. We have a dry mash scientifically prepared as a. balanced ratten for egg production. All you have to do is to put in a self feeder and let them have all they want. Co op. Exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Murray and family moved last week into t new home on Fourth street, which they have recently remodeled for theii occupancy. Mrs. Murray has opened up her hemstitching quarters in the shop on Main street formerly occup ied by Dad Thomas as a popcorn stand A meeting of the managers of the Golden Rule stores was held here Fri day in the Commercial Club rooms. This included the store managers and the heads of the different depart ments from each Golden Rule store in the state. The session continued all day with a big banquet at the Wright Cafe in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Patton of Salt Lake City were Emmett visitors Sat • rday. Cliff, who is one of Salt Lake City's guardians of the peace, being a member of that city's detective force is taking his annual vacation and of course spending it as thoughtful sons should do—with the good old father and mother, who live in the Pearl section. C. W. O'Connor, a sawyer at the Boise Payette mill, and his family, will leave about the middle of Aug ust for the home of their parents in New York state to remain until next spring, and perhaps permanently. Mr. O'Connor has been with the Boise Payette company since the big mill was built here and is not only an ex pert in his trade, but a faithful and valued employe. He is^ a progressive citizen and has always taken a pro minent part in every endeavor for the up-building of Emmett. Both he and his wife will be missed not only by his mill associates, but by the city at large. Fresh milk and cream at the Palm Bakery at all times. or 2t. ^jHllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillilllllllllllllllllliit/illllllllllllllllllllllllliillillliillliitttilllillllllllllllllHIIIIillllllg a; — S - as — EB MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES Here are just a few items that you need and can use right now, at sacrificing prices: . WHITE GOODS A big assortment of White Dress and Underwear Material, including flaxon, nainsook, dimities, cambric and suitings. These goods are worth from 35c to 49c a yard. They are thrown out on the bargain table QQ. at your choice of the lot, the yard......... 4uC MILLINERY Your choice of the entire lot of Ladies' Hats, $ 1.00 " d $ 2.00 DRESS GINGHAMS Good quality, fast colors. Four lots to select from. These come in plaids, stripes, checks and plain colors. Buy now to make up for fall. Special prices— and the yard 15c, 19c, 21c, 25c MIDDIES AND SPORT BLOUSES Middies and Sport Blouses in white and colors, about half their original prices. From_____ One odd lot, marked $1.25 "$2,98 BOYS' BLOUSES Boys' Blouses of madras in pretty stripes and plain blue cham bray, a $1.25 quality for......... 89c BOYS' WASH SUITS Ages from 2 to 8. Made of poplins, rep and galatea, in plain colors and stripes, fast dyes. Special prices from $1,39 $2,98 LADIES' KNIT UNION SUITS Royal Mills brand, extra fine ribbed, bodice and bard top, shell and cuff knees. Special the suit 69c T— I WHITE HOSE Misses' White Ribbed Hose, fine quality, 45c value, all sizes. Ladies White Silk Hose, double sole and lisle top. $1.75 quality. Special . 29c $1.25 m m wmmêêM' ROYAL WOR FESTER WmmM McCALL >. PATTERNS "T /> CORSETS Time is Money' In the battle for commercial supremacy victory lies with the man who makes the best use of his resources. The long-distance telephone lines enable alert business men to bridge time and space and clear obstacles which would daunt their less energetic competitors. By using the long-distance telephone lines you do in minutes what it would require hours or days to accomplish by any other means of communication. Our lin«* form a not-work of paths for communi cation throughout this groat mountain region, and connect in all directions with lino* reaching a very section of the country. Congestion of traffic has boon relieved by added facilities so that our long-distance service is effi cient, snappy and aminantly satisfactory to tho telephone-using public. You can talk to almost any point from your telephone. cAsk our local manager for full information as to classes of serv ice and rates. \ ■> ■ ■*, The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company' -V Mrs. C. W. Catlin underwent an j operation for appendicitis Saturday at the Hewitson hospital. She is re ported as getting along nicely. Dr. and Mrs. Rose and Alice arrived on schedule time from California last Thursday afternoon and are again domiciled in the old home. Miss Nadine Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Tucker, left last week for Long Beach, Calif., to spend a month visiting an aunt.