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Main Street Emmett Idaho Dr. Mason from Chicago AS GOOD AS THE BEST GUARANTEES RESULTS Why Go Elsewhere at Greater Cost I * FIRST NATIONAL BANK The Baak You Will Eventually Patronize General Banking Bualnesa Along Safe Conservative Line* MBMMUI PIMRAL fttMUVI Ik.SVITIM Emmett, Idaho 1 NEWS OF GEM COUNTY « Br Tlw bdn'i Osrrwfoadati o LITTLE ROCK Mra. William Wilson arrived Thurs day to make her daughter, Mrs. Fred Blaydon a visit of indefinite length. Mr. and Mrs. Sisler of the Emmett tmnch and Mr. and Mr*. Wampler motored to Fruitland Thursday to at tend the funeral of Virginia Hylton. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery anil fam ily of Sweet arrived for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Ogden. Mr. and Mrs, Jenson of Eagle wore Saturday and Sunday guest* of Mrs. Charles Berglund. The Burt family returned from their outing in the mountains the lat ter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peery of Falk and Italie Peery of Seattle spent Saturday evening at the Mill# home. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Gordon of the bench and the Smith family of the slope spent Sunday at the Lou Gordon home. The Millies spent Sunday with the Heiaelt family on the slope. Mrs. Charles Berglund spent Mon day with Mrs. Olsen. Mrs. Myron Whitley and children spent Monday at the Rose home on the slope, picking strawberries. Mr and Mrs. Schaffer and family and Mrs. Lila Mem* and daughter of Emmett took Sunday dinner at the Olssn home. CENTRAL MESA Mr*. Jesse Buzzard and Maude re turned Friday from Council after having »pen! the past two week* with relative* there. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buck motored to Fruitland Sunday to bring Mrs. George Koonti and children home, On the return home they met with an accident. While passing another car, their car skidded in the gravel and turned completely over. Buck had a hip dislocated, a couple of Mr. Buck's rib* were cracked and Mr*. Mrs. Knouts was badly bruited. Mrs. Koont* remained with her parent*! Mr. and Mrs. Marler at Fruitland and Mr. and Mrs. Buck returned home. Mr. ami Mrs. Waite Hunter. I,oree «ml Joe spent Sunday with the Davis; Hunter family at Biamwell. Miss Inex Buck was a Saturday night end Sunday visitor of Min Grace N< - Vitgtl Beers return' 1 home Satui d m evening from his camping trip Martin Hereths spent Sun lay uft* r iroon at the Fred He'cth hon « Mr*. Henry Sohoening and children wore Tuesday evening callers at the George Davidson home. Mr. and Mr*. Myron Whitely and Genevieve Gordon spent Tuesday at the Robert Gordon home. Mr. and Mr«. Harold McCrossin, Mrs. Knee and Mrs. Fred Shane and son left Wednesday for an outing in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Whitsell went to Payette Thursday (today) to at tend an Iowa picnic. Mr. end Mrs W. E. Hill were Sun day dinner guests at the Ward Fuller home. Mrs. Burdell was a Monday visitor at the WVlter Buck home J. W. Hankins returned home Sat urday, after having spent several days with relatives at Caldwell. Mrs. Spear and Mrs. Fulgham and Mr*. Wallace were Tuesday callers at the Walter Burk home. George Davidson and family were Ashing on the river Sunday. Idelta I.imhaugh was a caller at the Fred Hereth home Tuesday after noon. Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Whitsell were Monday evening callers at the W. E. Buck home. land day exercises August 25, at tbe C. M. Ke*ter home. Mrs. Jes Buzzard and Maude spent Tuesilay afternoon with Mrs. Ward Fuller. • The U. A. Club will hold children's Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whiteside and Mrs. Harold McCroasin returned home Thursday from Smiths Ferry, where they spent several days Ash ing. G. R. Chandler and wife are visiting at the Earl Chandler home. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Whitsel of Fruit land spent Sunday at the Charlie Whit*el home. Lou Whitsel returned home with them and they expect to go on a camping trip from there. Woah Lansing is spending several day* with Inez Buck. Mrs. I. O. Hankins and Hazel were Friday visitors at the Ken Howard home. Mrs. P. A. Limbaugh was a Sunday visitor at the L. M. Smith home. AI Ray ate dinner with Ward Ful ler and family atie day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore and Genevieve were Tuesday evening call ers at the Jesse Buzzard home. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Buzzard and daughter motored to Nampa Sunday to visit with Jake Eilige. BUTTE NEWS The Albert Martin and Oliver Phil lips families wer\t to Bear valley for an outing with the view of capturing some huckleberries. Mr and Mrs. Phillips of the Butte are visiting a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Murisagua of Emmett. Mrs. Fred Fowler and daughter Genevieve, were Friday morning call ers at the McNutt ranch, J. E. McNutt took dinner at the S. A. Russell home on the Bench Friday. Frank Moss, an old settler of the Payette valley, stopped over night at the McNutt ranch on his way to Long valley. G. R. Miller left Thuraday for his home in Portland, after a few days visit with his cousin, Charles McNutt. Talbot home Thursday afternoon, ami wife attended the lecture bv Prof. Charles Smith was n caller at the Miss Avis Fowler has been huving dental work done in Emmett. C. W. Hayes and Charles Talbot j TVmtjian In Emmett Thursday ev j ening. ; Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Fowler and fam j Thursday evening Mr and Mrs. Joe Slone, Mr. ami Mrs. Dave Slone and Miss Alice Slone i of New Plymouth sneut Sunday at the Thomas Slone home. I Ily attended the lecture in Emmett BISSELL CREEK Merl Hull and James Howard went to Smith Prairie on a Ashing trip this week. Pearl Hurrle and Howard Stelwell were looking over the Graves apiaries Sunday. Mr. and Mrss. W. E. Hill, Mr. and Mr*. Jett Hill and son and Mrs. Ward Fuller, Philip and Marilyn were Sun day afternoon visitors at the Thus. Slone home. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler ami Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kaoush ipent Sunday at vhe Mat Bilbrey home. Mr .and Mrs. Walter Craig and Helen were Sunday af'ornoon visit or« at the Johnson Craig ranch. The White thresher is busy on Uis »«II creek. Jett Hill. S A. Russell, L. M Smith and Waiter Craig's grain na» been threshed 'his week. Mrs. Thos. Slone give a birthday party last Wednesday afternoon in honor of Delmer's 9th About 15 children were present. Slone served them ice cream ^nd cake. Mrs. Earl Seaman is staying at the Ben Howard home. Mrs. Thos. Slone and Anona were Ward Fuller home. birthday. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Burton and chil dren of Spokane and Mr*. Sarah Mar tin of Emmett were dinner guests at MONTOUR Ferry Stander, an employe on the Gatveld ranch, was quite ill with ap pendicitis Monday night and Tuesday. : the home of Mr. and Mr«. Pugh, Mon Ad Loflin has finished his harvest and has his garin in the bin. Gat tlields have their heading done and ' day. , Nolands will finish Wednesday. Habe Crawford is in Emmett under the doctor's care. Her case has been .Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mrs. George Adams and Claude Albin were evening callers at Montour Heights Sunday. Mrs. Brown is learning to drive their pronounced typhoid fever. George Burdell and Lynn Noland of Emmett were dinner guests at the new car. Noland home Sunday. Fred Spear and Eugene Noland, Powers Morris accompanied Hughes, were business vistors in the county seat and surrounding neigh borhood Sunday evening . Thu Montour Sunday school and church services were held Sunday at Pinehurst. The cars loaded to thei by ;,s full capacity left the church at 9:00 o'clock fast time, arriving there in time to have Sunday school at the usual hour, with the church services following. Then a picnic dinner was laid arid an abundance of good things for hungry little ones were served, with ice cream to follow. The day was well chosen; just a few clouds and rifts of sunshine to make it com fortable. Rev. Kendall's father v; there from Boise and assisted h'm n the service and a brother, whose home is in Texas, whom Mr. Kendall has not seen for several years, was there al so. More than Afty persones were, present and a very good time was en joyed by ail. Mr. Kendall will go to Boise in a few days to be present at the golden wedding celebration of his parents. Then after conference he will go east t oattend school. The Kendall family will leave many warm friends at Montour, Sweet and Ula, who will miss them, and who join in wishing them a pleasant time while they are gone and a safe return home. LETHA Mrs. Scott and children picked ber ries at Morehouse's Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Youtsler visited at the Mrs. A. E. Pomeroy went to Em mett Friday. Mrs. C. M. Hull called on Mrs. Youtsler Wednesday on her return from Emmett, where she went by train. The A. C. Henderson, C. B. Pitts, Ed Bott, James Kiggins. Geo. Applegate and A1 Wilson families visited with Hal Henderson on the slope Sunday. The Geo. Bauer family visited rela tives in Emmett Sunday. Chiles and May Riggs visited rela tives in Emmett Friday and Saturday. The Gem State Lumber Co., got in a car of coal Wednesday. Langroise and wife and daughters were in Letha Saturday morning. Gep. Ewing is expected home from Yellowstone Park on Saturday. The school trustees went to Em mett Wednesday to consult with the county superintendent on local school affairs. The Youtsler family went to Em mett Saturday to church services. The Kersey threshing machine is working in the Falk neighborhood this week. No work of that kind has been done here as yet. Mrs. Robt. Miles entertained the Baptist Iatdies Aid today day). A car is being loaded with wheat by the Payette Milling Co., for whom R. L. Battan is buying. W. C. « (Thurs SOUTH SLOPE Mrs.C. A. Danielson has been spend ing a week or so with friends at Quartzburg. Miss Dorothy Wren f Lewiston, Idaho, is the house guest of Dr. and Mrs. Darrah, on the Lower Slope. Mrs. Fred Burley of Vale spent Tuesday with Mrs. J. J. Rader. Mrs. Sherman of Willow creek visit ed Mrs. Rader Wednesday and shop ped in Emmett Thursday, the trip down from the ranch on horse back. Making Many auto tourists from surround ing towns were testing the superior quality of the Slope melons Sunday. . A very large attendance of Cres cent Club members, friends and rela tives enjoyed the hospitality of the three associate hostesses at the home of Mrs. Walter Knox, Mrs. J. W. Ty ler supplying in the place of Mrs. Burt Mays, who was scheduled to join a camping party for that date. Mrs. Peterson and daughter, Mrs. Knox and Mrs. Ed Tyler made tet of delightful entertainers. legislative chairman had the pleasure of announcing the long delayed sage of the Shephard-Towner bilk a sex The pas an act all club women have been in i terested in and working for for some time. The program was very intcr esting. Scholarship day brought out the activities of the club women who , were directly responsible for the scholarship fund, its growth and great "good. Delightful refreshments fol j lowed the close of a perfect day. Mrs. Madden and daughter Lou of Caldwell have been the guests of Mrs. ; C. P. Hartley the past'week. Mr. and Mrs. Haag acrompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steele and Mrs. j Steele's father to the Slope Sunday evening, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cook, who were most glad to see their friends. HAW CREEK Mrs. Grace Sanders left Saturday for an extended visit to Seattle and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Perling and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham motored to the Sweet hot springs Sunday. They ate lunch in the Montour grove and report a very enjoyable trip. Mrs. White, who has been very ill, is recovering nicely. Howard Shane left Monday for a two week's outing on the Gold Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fowler of Bur lev and Mrs. Fowler's sister, Miss Ai 'ene Kroush, and Ed Francis and fam ily enjoyed three days last week in the canyon near Smiths Ferry. E. Tennyson and family spent three days last week in Caldwell. Ed Francis, John Porter and Pet's Burdell were among those from Em mett who attended the ball game in Boise on Tuesday. Chas. Kester and family spent a few days in the hills, returning Monday. Mrs. E. Tennyson called on Mrs. G. G. Ellis Monday evening. Ellis is recovering from a severe at tack of flu, Mrs. H. L. Fest returned Tuesday from an outing in the upper country. A joint meeting of the Central Mesa and District No. 19 P. T. A. met on Wednesday evening at the J. W. Strang home to plan work for the coming school year. Children's Day will be observed by U. Mrs home on Thursday, Aug. 25. BRAMWELL Mr. Head, father of Mrs. Will Burns, came down from near Portland last week to stay with the Burns fam ily. Mr. Head shows his declining years much more than he did when he was here two years ago. John Cline was having his tires set on his Dodge last week so he could peddle some melons. Mr. and Mrs. Purl Atkins were Sun day evening callers at the Well's home Mr. and Mrs. Purl Storey were up from Fruitland Thursday visiting at the Burns home. Their little son Mayne has been considerably under the weather the last week. W. VV. Nusbaum was over from Nampa Tuesday and Wednesday to meet ith the board on drainage business. John Star and wife were down from Emmett Tuesday to spend the day with the Storey family. Notice to Creditors In the matter of the estate of Ly dia Ann Gove, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned administrator of the estate of Lydia Ann Gove, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit such claims, with the neces sary vouchers, within four months af ter the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at the home of C. B. Gove, street number 406 South Wardwell Ave., Emmett, Idaho, which said place the undersigned se lects as his place of business and of Ace for the purpose of business in all matters connected with said estate of Lydia Ann Gove, deceased. C. B. GOVE, Administrator of the estate of Ly dia Ann Göve, deceased. Dated and Arst published at Em mett, Idaho, on this 18th day of Au gust. 1921. Old Um of Mirror*. Mirrors were used by Anglo-Saxon women, slung to their girdles. The same custom obtained In the time of Elizabeth and James I. They formed the center of many fans at that pe rlod. Before glass was Invented, born was used. Variety la Bible*. A collection of 114 Bibles published between 1537 and 1606 was recently sold at Sotheby's In London, li tn- | eluded samples of the Great Bible. ; 1MO the Bug. im»: the Genevan. or "Breeches." 1560, and a "Pear" j Bible, 1053 I Microscop* Bar«* N*ttt* Sting. Through a powerful microscope ' auch things as a nettla sting, til« ; scales of a hutterAy. or the solid par ticles In smoke are plainly seen. Grouse Season Now Open ---~ a W-iS-j i.'sesa w •< if h You will find our stock of Guns and Ammunition Complete BE PREPARED FOR THE GAME White-Cammerer Hdw. Co. SELLERS OF GOOD GOODS ONLY Phone 201 EMMETT IDAHO I XTm/a/csrnr m The Fairmont Creamery Co NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS Pays Top Price for Good Cream. Accurate weights and correct read ing of test guaranteed. Give us a trial can. Miss A. M. Carter, Operator Odd Fellows Bldg., Emmett, Idaho : m L 9 ► • 1 ft 9 « Vjà <•••« ' o « ® Jf cl o s' j Let Us Help You to Make It Com fortable and Pleasant There can be no doubt that the kind of hardware and utilities we carry are the very kind that make the home "livable"—for they are carefully selected for that very purpos. We aim to carry in stock at all times a nice assortment of the little things constantly needed to keep the house in good repair, and to make the housework convenient and easy. Make this your headquarters for everything you need in hardware. We will go a long ways to please you—to show you that we are working to deserve your steady patronage. Our business purpose is to please YOU. M. tlORJTON nA&DWAHC & OR.OCER.IES JUUlMIONC 28 - EMMETT, IDAMOJOO Valley Meat Market F. A. Stewart, Proprietor -All kinds of FRESH BEEF, PORK, VEAL AND LAMB of First Class Quality. ___ _ _ . ___. , _. _ _ UP-TO-DATE STATIONERY—INDEX OFFICE Cruickshank Building Phone 204 SALE BILLS AT THE RIGHT PRICE—INDEX The Ihdex Want Column Brings Quick Sales.