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nsB| " r. : . > " r * Mason Main Street irmy # - AS/éOOD AS THE BEST fro» * w.< Chicago RESULTS GUA Vibration MuMge Idaho #1 WfäG* Elsewhen at Gfaater Coat « UMi Lwftjr Aaristaat Ml SWEET ■ • Mi Mr. and Mr*. I. B. Lotey wn Bole* riatters tWe week. Mr. and Mr*. An KaMIl of Pay ette, their m ot he r Mr*. Mary Kahili of Pate ha, HI., and «he J tmere ea of Pay ett e wore Sunday g ue t » of Mr. and Mr*. C. 0. Goodwin. Bee, Bob, Dad Mo nt gome ry . Henry e deer hunt near Kam tble week. Mr. end Mm. WJm. Talley leave on Friday for CMnr creek, where they will eyemi a week eg ee boating deer. Mr. end Mr*. Jack Yoang of Bm mott wem visitors In Sweet on Two day. They alao drove on to the Her who oro hauling wood from Dry Bach tide week am the War» boys, Alft* Boynton, I. B. Letay, Jim and Barry Knowfton. Mr. tad Mr*. G eoo g e Boynton were Boico visitor* the latter part ot laet Misa Marie Goodwin who haa made her home ia Sweet the peat year, left on Tuesday for Boise, whore, after visiting relatives a few dayi, she will go on to her old home in Cincinatti, Ohio. The Hallowe'en Carnival and Frolic given by the ladies of Sweet will be held at the M. W. A. flail on the evening of October 2w. From 6:30 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. A cafeteria sup per will be served. A supper can be bought from 15c to 60c. Following the supper carnival stunts, such as fortune telling, apple biting contests, black cat grabs, festival good* a* well a* randy and ice cream will be the main attractions of the evening, So everyone come prepared to be given and to pass on a good time. Mr. and Mr*. Herbert Day and f*m ily of Montour were Sunday guest* in Sweet Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Brorner left Sat urday for Nebraska City, Neb., where they will make their future home. Their many friends inj Sweet will miss them much. The Clarence Mean family, who have been picking apples in Fayette, returned home this week. Road work between Sweet and Mon taur has been started. The chairmen and their committees' in eharge of the Halloween 'carnival are as follows: Program committee Mrs. Warr, chairman. CafHert* com-1 , mitte, • Mrs. Vrrne Sweet, chairman, , ' . , Mrs. belay, Mrs. (hurl«* Anderson,! Mm. Holbrook and Mrs. Hensley, Black cat grab.-, ,.Mra. G„o. Boynton) chairman, Mrs. Rusa Bennet, Mrs. „ , , , ,, ' * Harry Know I Urn ami Mr*| Tom Foster, f'andy and ice cream booth—Mrs. Howard Anderson, chairman) • Mrs Malkin* «ml Mrs. Rodney Jens,.,,. x . i . , . . a. . PI «c biting Mir. Ernest; Bennett, chairman, Mm. Hardy Phil-| lip», Mrs. Bam Oak** and Mis*«« Beut 1er, Bigelow. ,j , Harvey Douglas, chairman, Mrs, Wm. Talley, Charles I louglas. 1rs* Phillips, Florence: Jensen, Zviniw Jordan Jih! Mr. Harry Warr Fortune telling booth- Mr». Jensen, Mr*. Bud Soliciting committee- Mr*. Jim Knowlton and Mr*. ! H. I eisy. Carnival booth Mr*. Gilbert Talley, chairman. MONTOUR Miss Rosalie Gilmore of Maine i visiting her aunt, Miss Maude Gatfiel« Mrs. Sam Harsch went to St. Lukes' hospital Saturday to undergo • Lion. Mr*. Chandler of Ola is quite i|| „t the home of her mother. Mrs. Newell Harry Sweet was called to Sweet Sunday morning hy the illness of his father, Zeke Sweet. Mr. Sweet is an old timer here and much loved and respected by all who know him. We an oper. Attention Each Saturday beginning Oct 22 and ending Nov. 12,1 will adjust all children free of charge. Children respond at once to chiro practic treatment, and can be cured of enlarged tonsils, under develop ment, etc.; in fact, all acute and chronic diseases. Bring them up and let us prove this to you. Children's Diseases a Specialty DR MINNIE TREXLER Monroe Bldg., Emmett, Idaho J • vieil far Mm a «patt y recovery. Mr. hhn w nwt 'rf Emmett pes* with ■ Poach of cattle. Georg* Burkhart waa in oar neigh borfeood To rn d ay buying fat cattle fir the batcher baaioeae ia Emmett WW BanMt, Eoee Drake anil Lynn Noland of Emmett were fttften at the Noland home Saaday afternoon. Mr*. L W. Stoddard to Boiee Satur day avoid ng. 11 lee Wilma Snyder, who ho* been III fer e week, le mock better end ha* returned to her studies. Shaw were dinner gneeta at Monteur Hoighta Sunday. Babe Crawford ha* boon suffering with the rheumatism for eovoral day* Mr*. C. F. Campbell called on Mm. Warner Reepe aad Mr*. Dean* Sunday afternoon. Irwin Lei«y of Sweet le e frequent cellar in end near Montour lately. The Ladle*' AM eociety put o* e cooked food cole Saturday at the Butte Trading «tore. Everything was •old and the *um of $30 wa* added to the treasury. Mise Grace Noland i* the happÿ owner of a brand new dog which al most take* the place of the one stol en by the hoodlum* from the Jeru salem country last fall. Artie Ireton came in from the up per'country Tuesday with a bunch of fat cattle, which he was taking to Boise market*. Fred Spear spent Monday in Em mett visiting friends and looking af ter business interests in general. HAW CREEK The U. A. club met last Thursday with Mrs. Will Wkitaei. The pleasant afternoon was made doubly so by the presence of visitors. Twenty members were present and the following visi tors: who gave a very interesting Forestry, Mrs. Warden and M from the slope, who talked on Ameri Mr*. G. B. Mains of Emmett, talk on rs. Cook canisation and Art. Also Mrs. C. F. Hartley. Mrs. Vanfloet applied for membership in the club. Cake and i ice cream was served by the hostess, •assisted by Mr*. C*h*)*n and Mrs. Mils. The next meeting will be at , the (lay I mü Freeman home, OcL 27. j * Mr. *n<j Mrs. Ed Ferting mother Ferling went to Caldwell d "X to m Chnastian Science lecture. | u, \ T ***** V"* " telcphonc put ln hi* house recently. MrV Ed Francis called on Mrs. C. sn.l Sun, ! M. Muster in Emmett Wednesday. Mr» Porter «peut Thursday with ^ . , Joe Smith and son Floyd mud* iv business trip to Fruftland and Fay ette Monday, returning Tuesday. Mrs. Floyd Smith spent Monday night at ; th t, Kd , F ! rl, ? ) cl * kl home ', . .. ! Mr*. I.in Peebles and sons spent the. week und with htr parent«, Mr. and! Mrs. F. K. Graham, Mrs, E. Tennyson called on Mrs. ! Jnv Sanders Saturday afternoon. Mrs, Harrow, who has been quite ! if! for'some time, is recovering nicely, i Jay Sanders and family spent Fri-j day evening with his mother. Mrs. Covington visited the school j Tuesday afternoon. E. Tennyson returned Tuesday from ! a several day*' business visit to the; upper country. Everybody remember the Patent- i Teacher* meeting Friday evening, Oct. 21. (tomorrow night). Every body come. LETHA Mrs. Ed Mott and Mrs. A. C. Hen derson we'e visitor* at school Wed nesday afternoon. Mrs. Drury from the Bench call ed on Mr*. Youtsler Monday. A card from Mrs. A. E. Pomeroy who has been In California for some time states that she is returning soon much improved in health. The Indies Aid met last week with VI i. s. R. L. Rattan. The hostess would — TAILORED AT FASHION PARK *=• /J O m \ 3Ll 1 (* I jr CUSTOM SERVICE WITHOUT THE ANNOY ANCE OF A TRY-ON 0 0 : U ' READY - TO - PUT - ON — TAILORED AT FASHION T PARK ■ha c iVr-Ttrf THE PRIDE THAT IS YOURS IN A PAR-KERRY There are ulsters of unassailable form—and others of rugged pro tection—but few that are both. The Par-Kerry featured in the Saturday Evening Post as developed by our tailors at Fashion Park is a many-sided garment of all round superiority. FORTY-FIVE and FIFTY DOLLARS Other makes as low as $15.00 Radmoor Hose.. for LADIES Interwoven Sox In the new ribbed cashmere with lisle lining gives you the most comfort in a good looking and wearing sox, the pair. Also in silk and wool mixed with lisle lining. Priced, pair....$l Also in mercercized silk lisle at the pair. Pure silk at Yoü know the service this hose has given the wearer. New ship ment of browns and whites at the $2.00 We are closing out the Rad moor Queen, all silk hose, with fashioned leg and seamless foot at the pair 75c pair 40c $1.00 75c We have added a new line of ladies' high grade gloves, in cape and mocha leathers, in the different styles and colors, at $2.75 to $5 E. C. KEITH & SONS allow no work but provided amuse ments of various kinds. An enjoyable afternoon was spent Joe Scott went to Caldwell Sunday and returned Monday with his win ter's supply of potatoes. The Youtsler family went to Em mett Saturday to Sabbath school. The Aid Society are 'to meet with Mrs. Ogdon next Thursday. She asks them to bring their lunch and spend the day. A nine pound girl arrived at the C. A. Robison home Sunday, mother and child are doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Youtsler and chikflren went to Emmett Wednesday to trans act business and shop. Mrs W. A. Moseley is spending the week in Emmett the guest of Mrs. James Riggins. Water is being shut out of the Noble ditch today (Thursday). The bridge gang has been having difficulty because of high water and may have to discontinue work for awhile on account of it The i R. L. Batten A Co. are still ship ping quantities of wheat for the Pay ette Milling Co. The 14th car is be ing shipped out and it will probably be the last. The section men are clearing the track of weeds these day*. J. I. Guthrie shipped in several-cars of lambs last night. The Ed Bott, D. F. Bott and C. A. Henderson families spent Sunday at Kiggias Sunday. R. L Bettan and family spent Sun day in Payette with friends. J. A Regains came over Tuesday to hold a meeting in the interest of the Grange but it was postponed un til Tuesday, Oct 26 and will be held in the L. D. S. hall. A-'.C. Henderson wet to Deer Flat Wednesday for a load of potatoes. Ji BRAMWELL Robt Miles and family, Ed Super and family and Mrs. Damie Newcomer were Sunday evening callers at the WeHa home. Frank Burns waa back around these parts Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Burns and children being in Ohio on account of her father's illness. The Farmers Co-op. ditch has start ed work up this way this week, this being a li Peri Storey and wife were up Sun day visiting at the parential homo of the Burns family. Geo, Wheeler and wife spent Mon- day evening with the Wells family. - Mert Jackson and son Jack are down at Fort Bridger, Wyo- visiting Mart's father. John Bane is moving from the orf Frank Newman place over on the bench this week. earlier than usual. DISTRICT NO. 10 Harold and Bert Morehouse finish ed their work at Hylton's at New Plymouth. They have worked for •bout two months. James Kesgard is digging potatoes this week. Bismark Youtsler motored to town Wednesday with his cream. Mr. and Mrs. John Leichty, Sr. drove to Emmett Wednesday. James A. Kesgard and wife motor Friday ed to Caldwell on a business trip and visited their sen George while these. Mrs. Dan Hansen who is seriously ill in St. Lake's hospital is slowly Mrs. Ernest Brown from Valset were in Emmett Wednesday baying furniture for their new home, where they will live at Falk. Mrs. Lena R. Riggs and son Kent were doing the chores at the Dan Hanson ranch last week. Mr. Henry Riggs of Letha ia much improved at this writing. rwoYennr, Mr. and Church ef The Nasarene. Sunday waa a good day. Brother Kimsey brought a rood message In the morning. The pastor brought message of the evening. Sev found help at the altar during the day. New members will be received next Sunday. Let all our members and friends be present Services as usual. W. H. Parker, Pastor. the era! Now is the Tim to Bay 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.