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NEWS OF OEM COUNTY By 11m lades'* r AN OPTIMIST PENNED THESE LINES I ain't a-going to kick about the way World is run, I ain't a-going to kick about the way I'm getting done, I'm talking 'bout the sunshine, and the butterflies and bees. And singing of the brooklet and the murmuring of the breeze. this Bra m well Farmer's Views. With this optimist I don't agree, There is nothing in his lid, I ain't a claiming it is right, The way that he's been did. But if he only thinks about The sunshine and the bees He ought to have a concrete Job And live on bread and cheese. For all the justice that we have Is due to this here fact It's kicking and a hollering round For something that we lacked Men would be in slavery yet— 'Tls truth In very line— If they had just a^eurbed their grief And cut their little whine. —Bramwell Farmer. SPRING'S NEWEST IN Stylish Suits HERE NOW FOR YOU, MEN! The season's newest style ideas—clothes of real qual ity in which the highest standard of workmanship, fine all-wool fabrics, some exceptional values too, for quality suits. Youngr Men's Suits $30.00 Others from $25.00 to $38.50 Men's Suits $35.00 Others from $25.00 to $48.50 Try the new Van Husen collar and cathedral weave print tie. E C. KEITH & SONS WATCH OUR WINDOWS EDMONDS "FOOT FITTERS" 4 < y (t ENGLISH SEMI-ENGLISH No. 1 BROAD TOE No. 2 No.3 / Don't buy Shoes until you have examined MEN these wonderful values All Sizes and Widths Price $6.45 GOLDEN RULE STORE Preferred Stock Coffee THE SUPERIOR OF COFFEES Don't miss the best coffee. Get a can today. Everybody knows what Preferred Stock brand is so it would he useless for us to tell you. Scott's Best and Ivory White flour. I THE CLEANEST PLACE IN TOWN The Emmett Grocery - KENNEMER & MINGUS, Proprietors LITTLE ROCK George Helm of Falk has rented and taken possession of Scott Stuart's ranch below Falk. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkman were neigh borhood callers Wednesday in search of seed wheat. Mrs. Whiteley made a business call at the D. J. Wampler home Wednes day morning. Mrs. Berglund and children motored to Letha Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perry of Em mett spent Wednesday nfght with their son Harry and wife at their ranch on the benrh. Mrs. Wbitely and children and Mrs. Mems and son took dinner Thursday with Mrs. Barnes while enroute to New Plymouth. Mrs. Gove, 8r., went to Boise tne last of the week. Irani Sheldon and Mias Flora Car ter of Emmett spent one evening last week at the Gordon home. Mrs. Albert Cole of Letha spent Friday with her aunt Mrs. J. A. Ol sen. The infant grandson of Mr. and Mr*. Hale, little btbr Bill« Thomp eon, haa been quite ill vita the flu, but at thia writing ia reported to be a little better. The Mills'* enjoyed a short but very pleasant viait with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Peery, who stopped and took din with them Thursday their way back to Emmett. Berglund Mrs. Irl Biahop Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson called at Grover Dick's Friday. A letter received from Mr*. Fannie Jones announced her safe arrival at Salt Lake. She found her mother in very declining health. Doris Gordon is employed by Mr. Freeman on the bench. Jay Robinson, Fred Hale and Gene vieve Gordon spent Saturday evening with Miss Ellsworth of Falk. Howard Sheldon, who is feeding their rattle at Parma, came over Wednesday evening to see home folks Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Will Corn and daughter Mary of Caldwell visited the Mills family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaffer and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hughes and sons of Emmett spent Sunday at the J. A. Olsen home. Mrs. C. A. Mills is quite sick at this writing. Fred, Will and Ben Hale and Jay Robinson departed Thursday for Riv erside, Ore., where they have em ployment for the coming season. C. A. Mills made a business trip to Caldwell Saturday. while on ner Mrs. •nd children visited M. W. Com of Boise Geo. Hoyt of Emmett motored down to the Olsen home Sunday to get his wife and sons who had spent the week with her parents. Ralph Parrott is having a new wu r wheel erected by Mr. Pare, in the Rasmussen ditch. Joe Olsen, Jr., and sister May vis ited the Jerome family Sunday, who recently moved to Willow Creek. G. L. Mills did some necessary re pairing on the Robinson car the first of the week. Mr. Sheldon left the first of the week for Twin Falls, regarding bust ness transactions in that vicinity. Doris Gordon, Fred Hale, Jr., and Genevieve Gordon called Sunday af ternoon at the Mills' home. ter UPPER MESA Mrs. Downing spent Wednesday af ternoon in town. Mrs. Jack Walters left Wednesday for Columbus, Ohio, to join her hus band. She was accompanied to Pay ette by her mother and brother and Mrs. Theo. Bisom. Bailey Loraine and family left Wed nesday for their former home at Filer Henry Kuckku and Mr. Vanfleet helped Loe Reed dehorn and brand cattle on Thursday, afternoon. Bill Johnson of Fruitland spent Wednesday visiting with the Loe Kecci family. Howard White returned home Fri day morning a very sick boy. He had been at Stockton, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bisom made a trip to the slope the first of the week after a heifer which they purchased. Several of the Upper Mesa folks are attending the School of Methods at the Baptist church this week. Mrs. Parks and Thelma Jean were Sunday James Cahalan. Mr. Geo. Parks is some better of the fternoon callers of Mrs. flu, now. Charlie Smith's were out enjoying their new Ford Sunday. The James Strang family called at the home of Gus Hall Sunday after noon. Mrs. Carter and daughter visited with Carolyn Schlund Sunday. Mrs. Gus Hall and Coleene spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. White. Mrs. Gertrude Reed spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother Frank Sanders and family. Carolyn Schlund has suffered a re lapse of the flu. Mrs. James Little is a victim of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Kyrl McProud are moving onto the ranch known as the "Marvin place", which they recently purchased. A number of Upper Mesa folks en joyed the basket dinner at tthe Christ ian church Sunday. The faculty of the School of Methods were honor guests. Mrs. Grace Sanders is this week visiting at the home of her son Jay. Mrs. Lulu Barnes called on Mrs. Clark Pryor Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Pryor visited Sunday at the home of Chris Hansen. Silver Leaf Dairy, phone 64- J. 3. MONTH-END Notion & Drug Event THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Hind's Honey and Almond Cream ..39c Daggets and Ramsilales Cold Cream Palm Olive Cold Cream.48c 21c and 39c Ponds' Cold or vanishing cream....48c Melba Skin Cleaner 48c and 59c Pompeian Massage Cream 59c and 69c Palm Olive Shaving Cream .23c Colgates Shaving Cream Pebeco Tooth Paste . 23c 39c Pepsodent Tooth Paste Mennen's Shampoo Cream .23c Otto Safety razor, special .48c Pompeian Beauty Powder ... Mary Garden and LeTrefle Powder ..... 43c 53c -89c Emmett, Idaho. EAST EMMETT Mr. and Mrs. Cruse spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dresser. Mrs. Cruse's father returned to his home in Boulder, Colo., after spending the winter with her. Mrs. Vahlberg and daughter Louisa spent a day this week with the Leon ard Dresser family. Mrs. Goldshur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sheets, returned to Nebraska last Wednesday. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Nefz ger on March 19, an 8 %-pound son. Mr. and Mrs. Nefzger are now resid ing at Twin Falls. Mrs. O. C. Coonrod received as cal lers on Monday, Mrs. Ancy Sullivan, Mrs Frank Kreizenbeck, Mrs. Will Hall and Mrs. Fred Wilhelm. Mrs. Shaw received as a caller on Wednesday of this week Mrs. O. C. Coonrod. Mrs. R. S. and O. C Coonrod gave Miss Orabelle Coonrod and Master Robert Coonrod a birthday dinner last Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Aden Miller visited their parents on Sunday. Miss Oletha Miller and Mrs. Aden Miller called at the P. H. Gray home Sunday. Don't forget prayer meeting next week. Mrs. P. H. Gray had a relapse of the flu this week. She has been quite ill the last two or three days, although she is improving at present and will [ be out again in a few days. Harold Beaker, nephew of Mr. Moon has been two with t school again. Miss Cecelia Kreizenbeck having re covered from quite a long illness with the flu, has returned to work again. Fred Wilhelm is again able to be out to work after a seige of the flu. J. C, Gray called at the home of his parents Tuesday afternoon. quite ill the past week or the flu. He has started to OLA Porn—To Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jackson, March 23, a son. Warren Bowles returned Saturday from Austin, Nev., to resume his work in the forést service. J. E. Chandler brought the rest of his cattle up from Emmett last week Superintendent and Rev. Mulkin came church services Thursday night, but owing to the bad weather they didn't hold them. Frank Plant/, of Nebraska was look ing at a ranch here he intended rent District Aldrich to hold up mg. J. M. Demasters is transacting business in the lower country this week. Loyd Vaughan is quite sick with pneumonia. William Sevey and William Pratt returned from Emmett last week. George Farrens and family return ed from Oregon where they have been for the last ten days. George Perron is quite sick this week. F. L. Newell returned from Harney Valley, Ore., where he has been look ing after business matters. Sherman Glenn was a visitor at the county seat the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrison and Miss Beulah Webb of Emmett were visiting in Ola Sunday and Monday. Tuesday morning, Glenn Baldwin was unable to carry the mail, so Roland Holford drove in his place. An Emmett cattle buyer was in Ola the first of the week. Lovilla Potter has the chicken pox. On account of sickness LETHA Mesdames Irl Bishop, Al Wilson were visitors at and Underwood school Friday afternoon. The child ren are enthusiastic about the pro grams they give every two weeks. The parents are invited to hear them at any time. A. E. Pomeroy arrived from Long Beach, Cal. last Wednesday, where he has spent a couple of months. Mrs. Ed Bott called on Mrs. Youts ler Saturday. A family by the name of Cole mov ed to the Green place last Thursday from the upper country. A carload of oats was Letha to Homedale lqjely. Mr. Ballenger came down from Em mett with Bismark Youtsler Monday. A. C. Henderson and Mr. Gamble are breaking land on the Green place and it is to be seeded to clover. , Mr. Ballenger who has moved to the Butler place plans to put about 30 acres into cultivation. Corn and barley will be planted. shipped from barley planted. The Gem State Lumber Co. this week sold their local yard to the Boise Payette Lumber Co. Invoicing was being done Tuesday. A. E. Pomeroy went to Emmett on business Monday. Miss Laura Spencer arrived Tues day for a visit with the Youtsler family. Joe Scott hauled millwood from Emmett Tuesday. Mrs. James Kiggins visited her par ents Tuesday. MONTOUR The Jones brothers expect to move to Oregon in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Newell have a little daughter added to their family. Mr. Adams is putting out 5000 early cabbage plants. Mrs. H. A. Pugh, who has been ill with inflammatory rheumatism for several days, is not improving as we would like to see her. Jackie and Dickie Sheldon are in bed with the flu. The former was threatened with pneumonia, but both are improving. Miss Lillian Woodall gave a beau tiful talk at Sunday school. The sub ject being "Sacredness.'' Mrs. Idle has had a relapse of the flu. Miss Melissa DeGraw, who was ill several days at the Watterson home, is able to be up again. Mrs. F. L. Palmer entertained the Aid society at her home last Thurs day afternoon. A very pleasant time waa enjoyed by all. Dainty refresh WEEKLY PROGRAM AT IDEAL THEATRE SATURDAY, APRIL 1. William DeMille's Production / The Lost Romance ii 99 The wife and husband were so busy making a home that they forgot to make love. Till the woman came to be lieve that life would be happier with the lover she jected. once re Come and see the three of them face earth's greatest problem—and find the Lost Romance. Also Pathe News and Comedy 10c and 25c SUNDAY-MONDAY, APRIL 2-3 When Dawn Came 99 is A thrilling story of degeneration and regeneration. What "good" can do to combat "evil" when a human life is at stake. A half million dollar production. A cast of over 100 players. Also Buster Keaton Comedy Prices 10c and 25c WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 Special Universal Program 10th Episode WINNERS OF THE WEST Prices 10c and 25c Public Auction At the A. E. Pomeroy Ranch at Letha on Wed., April 5 Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Sharp. The following property will be sold regardless of price for cash, as I am leaving the country. 7 Head of Horses 1 Gray Mare, 10 years old, weight 1550 lbs. 1 Black Mare, 8 years old, weight 1550 lbs. 1 Bay Mare, 4 years old, weight 1400 lbs. 1 Bay Horse, 4 years old, weight 1300 lbs. 1 Iron Gray Mare, 4 years old, weight 1250 lbs. 1 Saddle Pony, 7 years old. 1 Pony, 2 years old. Farm Machinery and Tools 1 good Saddle and Bridle. 1 John Deere Stag Sulky Plow, 2 extra shares. 1 John Deere Pony Disc Plow. 1 McCormick Binder, first class condition, tongue trucks. 1 John Deere Hay Rake. Moline Mower, 5 sickle. I John Deere Disc, tongue trucks. 1 Drag Harrow 1 12-horse R. & Y. Engine,, first class condition. 1 No. 4 Stover Feed Grinder. 1 Garden Cultivator. 1 10-inch Papec Silage Cutter. 1 2-horse Cultivator. 1 Slip Scraper. 1 Post Drill. 1 Blacksmith's Vise. 1 No. 12 DeLaval Separator. Shovels, Hoes, Wrenches, Forks and many other small articles. Household Goods 1 Axminster Rug. 1 3-bumer Kerosene Stove. 1 Perfection Oil Heater. 1 No. 16 Gem Oak Heater. 1 Single Whrdrobe and 1 Double Wardrobe. 1 Dining Table. Kitchen Chairs. 1 Platform Rocker. 1 Solid Walnut Bed. 1 Solid Walnut Dresser, French Plate Mirror. 2 Solid Walnut Wash Stands. 1 Library Table. 1 Cherry Cabinet. 1 Cherry Cabinet, Glass Front. 1 Mahogany Dresser. 1 Mahogany Washstand. 1 Mahogany Sewing Table. 1 Fruit Drier. 1 Refrigerator. Lamps, Cooking Utensils, Economy Glass Fruit Jars, and many other articles too numerous to mention. A. E. POMEROY, Owner T. C. Barringer, Clerk. Col. Jas. Barnard, Auctioneer. ment were served after the business session, sewed. ladies to meet with her in two weeks Mr. Idle and Dean Palmer helped to move the obstruction on the rail road last Friday near Mains. The slide consisted mostly of large rocks. Quilt blocks were cut and Mrs. Jesse Dill invited the Special purchase hand bags, 98c. Golden Rule Store. Certified Trebi seed barley at Em mett Feed Mills. Special lot Women's shoes and ox fords clean up price $2.95. Bulk garden seed, all kinds at Em mett Feed Mills. We have lots of green stove wood now at the mill. $1.75 delivered. Lay in your supply now. Boise Payette Lumber Co.