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Claude Polly went to Boise Wednes day. Six row seed barley at the Co-op. Exchange. 6 oz. toilet tissue, 10 roils 50c at Golden Bole. Mrs. Geo. W. Maxfield went to Boise Friday. Mixed Nasturtium seed in bulk at Emmett Feed Mills. Venetian bath soap*, special 5c a bar at Golden Rule store. Will plow gardens, haul trash, etc. E. B. Dodge, 7th and John. 25-3p. T. E. Hance and Harper & Larkin have purchased new farm tractors. There will be no meeting of the King's Heralds this week. A. R. Stauffer, is here from Meri dian visiting his son who is ill. Certified Trebi seed barley at Em mett Feed Mills. I i I i For Sate-—Young team of horses, 4 years old, sound, Geo. Coulson. Arthur Cayford left Tuesday for Astoria, where he is to work in a can nery. Miss Minnie Clark is here from Payette a guest of Miss Mary Rsde mack. All 5c notion items, 6 for 25 at Gol den Rule during Month End Notion Event. We sell general nursery stock. Gem Nursery Co. Box 625, Emmett. Phone 222 W. Sherman Glenn and Jess DeMasters of Ola were in Emmett on business this week. Rev. and Mrs. Malten of the Vale Christian church are spending the week in Emmett. For Barclay corsets, made to your measure, call on or phone Mrs. A. Bird. i Feed your chickens Prepared Dry Mash and you will get good returns. Co.-op. Exchange. Rev. Mowe, pastor of the Payette Christian church is here to attend the Sunday school meetings. Patronize home industry by de manding butter made by Gem Cream ery, an Emmett institution. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hayes have donated to the Methodist church strip of land 5 feet wide along the east and north sides of the new an nex. a For jitney service, phone Pastime Cigar store 216-J, at Russell hotel building. Cadillac car. V. B. Tap pan, residence phone 270-J. James Henderson left Tuesday for Baker, Ore. Mrs. Henderson children will join him this next month and they will make their home ther. The Modern Woodmen lodge of Boise will have a big meeting April 6, when it will be visited by Supreme Organizer Ralph E. Johnson. All neighboring Woodmen are invited to be present. Call up 25-R 5 for mill wood. F. W. Harper. Mrs. V. T. Craig left Monday night for Nebraska, upon receipt of a tele gram, stating the serious illness of her father, who had suffered a stroke of paralysis. Hair brushes, real bristle brushes, 39c at Golden Rule store. 25-4p. and lp. A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Needham of Pattison, Calif., the 27th. Mrs. Needham was Miss Edna Pammel before her marriage and was one of the Emmett teachers a few years ago. I am ready to do your garden plow ing with one horse and small plow. Also have 10 laying B. Rock pullets for sale. Will have chicks for sale between Mar. 28 and 1st of April at 15c each. I live north of Mam St. just west of Dewey's grove. T. E. Taylor, P. O. B. 753. 25-2p. Mrs. R. B. Wilson and Billy re turned Monday from an all winter's stay at the home of her mother at Murphyboro, 111. Mrs. Wilson stopped off at Milner, Idaho, while en route to visit her daughter Ruth, who is j teaching school there, and found that , young lady in bed sick with the flu. Special shears and scissors priced 50c, 75c and 98c Golden Rule Store. : Hair Brushes in assorted styles, 1 dean up price 19c Golden Rule Store, j Gossard corsets for sale by Mrs. j 51 ! ' I ! Dicklow seed wheat at Emmett Feed Mills. Adamine seed oats at the Co-op. Exchange. Kinsey,-212 4th St. Phone 269J. For Sale—Good Jersey milk, 8c. j Mrs. B. B. Davis. I I I : U «y j /$ nni i jj|y MILADY'S MILLINERY More time and care has been taken in creating these new Spring fashions than ever before. Colors of every description and deco rations of exquisite taste on shapes to please your particular style. We sug gest an early visit while showthese exclusive models we Emmett Millinery and Art Shop SATURDAY SPECIALS THE GOLDEN RULE - Poet Toasties (small mze) 4 for 45e Kellogg*« Corn Flakes (large size) 3 for 48c. N. B. Sodas (family size) 28c Picnic Hams (juat arrived) 20e a lb Swift's Silver Leaf lard (10 lb.) AT Miss Alta Dameille spent the week end in Boise. For Sale—Good Jersey milk, 8c. Mrs. B. B. Davis. Mrs. Mason was a Boise visitor the first of the week. Howard WTiite arrived home from California Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ketchen were Boise visitors this week. Mixed Nasturtium seed in bulk at Emmett Feed Mills. J. S. Fischer was over from Boise on business Tuesday. E. M. Carothers was a business visi tor in Boise Wednesday, Mrs. Robert Peterson was a Boise visitor the first of the week. Mrs. Chas. Hartley, Jr., is staying at the Porter home for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cammerer spent Sunday and Monday in Boise. Mrs. Lou Porter spent the week end with her daughter on the bench. Save money by supplying your drug and notion needs at Golden Rule Store. Mrs. Eckroat of Brownlee spent the week end visiting friends in Emmett. Swedish Select seed oats at the Co-op. Exchange. Rev. and Mrs. Keitfi are spending a few days in Boise this week. Miss Anna Campbell came over from Boise to spend Sunday at home. We sell general nursery stock. Gem Nursery Co. Box 625, Emmett. Phone 222 W. Miss Edith Heller and Miss Anna Roberts spent the week end in Boise visiting. Hemstitching, hours from 1 to 5:30 p. in. Mrs; M. L. Murray, opposite postoffice. Palm Olive and Creme oil soap 4 for 25c Golden Rule Store. For sale or trade, an Indian motor cycle and side car. Cash or terms. Midway Garage. J. Nelson of Payette is in Emmett this week attending the meeting at the Baptist church. For those good Netted Gems see H. W. Hollar, the all the year round spud man. Phone 7 R 4. Miss Hazel Mullins of North Ya kima, Wash., arrived Saturday and is a guest at the Dr. Judd home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinzer were over from Meridian to spend Sunday at the W. W. Wilton home. Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind piles have yielded to Doan's Ointment. 60c at all drug stores. Mrs. G. Y. Chester and Mrs. B. W. '■ Mulkey are here from Vale attending ■ the Teaching Method school. M. Kibble and family moved from Boise here last week and are making their home on South Commercial. Mixed sweet peas in bulk at Em- : mett Feed Mills. lptf. For Sale—Netted Gem potatoes. ' delivered. $1.75 per 100 lbs. J. C. j Thomas, 1 mile west of Emmett . lp | Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hart and the ! children returned Friday from a visit j to his mother at Livingston, Mont. 7 ; 3 o p. m . ^ you want receive the highest g cream poultry and eggs e , J bring them to the Gem Ice Cream | Company, The person who borrowed my | broom corn attachment last spring, please return at once. Leonard Dres ser. itp. Cecil Francis attended Boy Scouts meeting Tuesday evening and spent the night with his grandmother, Mrs. Porter. The Ladies of the G. A. R. Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Zach- ; man Friday evening, March 31, at "I feel twenty years younger," is w h a t thousands have said after Tan i ac res tored them to health. Try it. . H. T. Davis, p r ß o. Clark, who was quite ill : with the flu from Saturday to Tues- j day, is better and rapidly regaining his strength. Serge week at Golden Rule Store Men's Clothcraft serge suits in blue, „ rev and brown, priced $24.95, $29.50 and $35.00. For regular action of the bowels; easy, natural movements, relief of I constipation, tryDoan's Reguiets. 30c : at all stores. Mrs. J. E. Rice of Nampa is in Em mett a guest of Mrs. P. W. Polly, and attending the school of methods, held at the Baptist church. 4 oz. toilet tissue, 6 rolls 25c at Golden Rule Store. Franklin agency—J. H. Forbes of Caldwell, Idaho, has secured the agen cy for the Franklin automobile in this territory. Buy a Franklin. 26-2t. Among those from Emmett attend ing the Christian Science lecture jn Payette Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nicol. Mrs. Dix. Mrs. Phelan, Mrs. Roe, Miss Nell Monroe, and Mr and Mrs. Guilliams. Miss Cassie Davis left Monday for Calgary, Canada, to visit home folks. Miss Davis is interested in Chautau work and will report the first of qua May. Frank Plastino returned last week from a visit to his son Felix. While there he was offered his old job as section foreman on the O. S. L. at Richfield and will Uke charge this week. Certified Dicklow seed wheat at the Co-qp. Exchange. Certified Idamine seed oats at Em mett Feed Mills. Rubber Gloves for spraying, 59c at Golden Rule.. Ask your grocery for Gem Cream ery Butter. Buy Early Hand picked Reed's Yellow Dent seed com at the Co-op. Exchange. Mr. and Mr«. Ralph Reed are down from the Boise Basin country to visrt hi* mother, Mrs. J. L. Reed. Water glasses, • far 4fc at Coidea Rule Store. - Dollar. Dav! Sale : j ; 1 | j i 4 One Day Only Saturday, April 1 One Day Only Saturday, April 1 Wf: The people of Emmett and the surrounding country will be given an opportunity to buy Dry Goods and Wearing Apparel at a big saving of money. Those who have attended our previous Dollar Days need no introduction to our method of Bargain Giving, and all we will say in preliminary is that if you come to this store on Saturday, April 1st, you will not be fooled. Every department will contribute toward this great dollar offering. DOLLAR DAY Piece Goods Values DOLLAR DAY Ready-to-Wear Dept. Dress Materials of All Kinds, a few of which are mentioned Children's Coveralls, an odd lot, just a few sizes will go on Dollar Day at_ Children's Bloomers Black and white Satine Bloomers, most all sizes, 4 pairs for_!_ $1 Wool Dress Goods A collection of Wool Serges and Suitings of various kinds and colors, in widths from 36 to 54 inches and worth regularly up to $1.75; choice, the yard $1 $1 Children's Silk Poplin Coats Will close out a lot of these coats that were priced at $3.98, sizes 4 to 10, all colors, each ___ Ladies' Muslin Underwear One lot of Muslin Combinations and Gowns, will be sold at this Dollar Day sale at, each___ Silk Waists AH Silk Georgette Crepe and Crepe De Chine Waists will be offered at, each____ Silks .51 All Silk Natural Pongee, all silk Shirtings and Fancy Dress Silks—all in one lot, your choice at less than #1 half, the yard_▼ * 51 Wash Dress Materials 51 Plisse Crepe for dresses and underwear, in shades of blue, lavender, pink and white, a 35c quality, 4 yds for— Ripplette, old style Seersucker, 4 yards for —- 51 51 Look at This—5 Yards for One Dollar Beautiful new Spring Ginghams, all combinations of plaids, checks and stripes, fine quality, fast color, and #1 25c value, Dollar Day, 5 yards for_ - ; -V ' Plain color Chambray for suits and dresses; striped (M Cheviots for shirts and aprons, 5 yards for---* Corsets 51 Your chance to buy a good corset, if we have your This is a clean-up and your money's worth, choice size. Women's and Children's Rain Capes Choice of most all sizes, at Dollar Day Sale price each_j_,_,-- 51 White Goods A big assortment of White Materials for dresses, under wear and suits, in many weaves; the original value of these run from 35c to 59c ; 4 yards for---— ▼ * Ladies' Linene Smocks Ladies' Linene Smocks in blue, rose and white, 36 to 44, very special for our Dollar Day sale, each - Boys' Blouses Your choice of plain colors and stripes. Boys' Blouses, sizes from 6 to 15, 2 for _ _ _51 Curtain Materials Scrims, Marquisettes and Cretonnes will be on sale #1 Dollar Day at 5 yards for---▼ * _51 Towels Extra heavy, guest size, 13x21 inches, White Huck Towels, 8 for _-_----- Size 18x36 good quality Huck Towels, sold at 35c, 5 for ....—...—---- Extra Heavy, Double Texture Turkish Towels, size 21x41 inches, 2 for Children's Rompers $1 Made of heavy Ginghams and Romper Cloths, sizes 2 to 7 ; choice 3 for 51 51 $1 Hosiery and Underwear Ladies' Puree Thread Silk Hose, in pretty shades of gTay, which is popular now; in ail sizes; for Dollar Day the pair_ Ladies' Colored Lisle Hose, in fine quality, fast color, shades of palm beach, silver, taupe, champagne and Copenhagen, 3 pairs for Ladies' Hose in black and white, a good substantial hose at an unusual price, 6 pairs for Children's Cotton Hose, in black, all sizes from 6 to 9L*. 10 pairs for_— Ladies' Fine Ribbed Vests; supply yourselves for the summer, 6 for Ladies' Summer Union Suits, in good quality, all styles; this is your chance; 2 for- Child's Knit Waists, for boys and girls; a needed article at a big saving, 3 for Crash Toweling It's a long time since you have been offered anything like this; 51 Bleached and Unbleached, in all kinds of crash, including plain and checked, a 25c quality, for Dollar Day Cl 6 yards for —...------▼ 1 51 51 , Mercerized Table Damask In a fine finish, 64 inches wide, neat patterns, ideal for luncheon cloths, the yard---—. ; -▼ * Muslins Not cheap material filled with starch, but a fine quality, full 36 inches wide; your choice of bleached or un- 1*1 bleached; this has been selling at 25c, Dollar Day 6 yds w ■ 51 .51 51 _ 51 FANCY GOODS Men's Gloves Men's Heavy Weight Blue Knit Wrist Gloves, 10 pairs for..— Toilet Soap 51 51 Two lots, at one-half the regular price 20 bars for... Japanese Teacups and Saucers Set of six at one-half their regular price at this Dollar Day sale • Ivory Toilet Articles Your choice of many items, such as ! ileß. Button Hooks, Shoe Horns, etc.—a wonderful bargain, 3 for — Ladies' Hand Bags The latest styles of all leather Bags, ornamented and J1 fitted with toilet articles: choice -▼ 51 51 Crockery Department I China Vegetable Dishes, choice of oval and round shape, in a pretty decorated pattern, 2 for - Japanese Tea Pots, in a variety of patterns, a reai #1 bargain, each- " Glass Drinking Goblets, Colonial pattern, set of 6 for ..---- 51 Two-Clasp Kid Gloves A $2.00 value, in most all sizes, black and white, pair for 51 $1 Ladies* Neckwear and Boudoir Caps In a gsod assortment; will offer a big lot at a real sacrifice, 2 for......^ 12 to 18-inch Embroidery Flouncing Good quality and attractive patterns, choice 3 yards for-----—— House Furnishing Department 51 Enamel Cooking Utensils of all kinds ; one big lot your choice, 2 for-—-- 51 Cotton Blankets Hair Nets Natural Human Hair Nets, cap shape, good size, all shades—A BIG BAR GAIN 16 for Size 54x74; just a few to offer at this price; while they last, the pair . raa 51 T 7 ] 51 D. M. Cox. attorney of Cascade, was in town Tuesday. Meath Ead drug aad notion event Tharsday, Friday and Saturday, Gel Rale store. Pa ofive bath soap, special 7 cakes 25c at Golden Bale store. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Amsbaugh have adopted a sweet little baby girl from the Children's Home in Boise. K. I. Corbin is in town from Mid Swift's white laundry soap, t barn 25c at Gol de n Bole Friday and Sat onlay. dleton, visiting friends.