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The young folks participated in a zeal hard times ball at Modin's last Saturday evening. And it was all that the term would imply, for most of us went with only what wa (used to wearing, rattling a few red centimes in our jeans. Irl Thomas and Miss Shropshire, as usual, fur nished the music and all who hopped about enjoyed tnemselves as rauc'i as if they were worth t. million. Last Thursday afternoon the teach er« of Lincoln school held an exhibit of Children's school work for par ents and patrons to view that they might better know how the youthful mind is progressing over the thorny path of learning. Many of the par ents availed themselves of this op portunity and visited the school. The exhibits were fine and the cake and cocoa, served by the schoolmarms, were right up to snuff. Mrs. Gray snowed some of her very fine art work Amos Helmick was a Sunday caller at the home of the correspondent. He had many stories to tell experiences drilling wells up in the Spokane country, many of which were a scream. Some day with his permis sion I would like to compile a volume of his narratives for the benefit of the general public. I believe that you would enjoy his spicy way of telling an anecdote. Of course, Amos likes to tell stories pretty well and no doubt likes us to have a chance to hear them but the thing he said he was looking for Sunday was a daughter-in-law for his son. Whether he came to the right place or not only time will tell, as Marguerita is rather bashful as yet and retires when anybody comes to see her. Thos. J. Coonrod and son, Alva, •were Boise visitors Saturday after While there they transacted about his noon. some business and renewed acquaint ances with some old friends. In spite of the terrible roads between the Gem county line and the asphalt road and the disagreeable weather we saw many Emmett folks in the Capitol city. Some of whom were Guy Mains, Ralph Skinner, Mr. Lehti, a Finlander who was around Emmett most of the winter, and many others. We encountered a veritable blizzard as we were leaving the city about six o'clock. If the ruts ever get filled thru the hills this side of Willow creek and on the far side of it, the new road will be pretty fair. It sure is crying Tor a drag. The difference is very ap parent when you strike the Gem Coun ty line, where A. S. Honey has been dragging the roads, for there they are like a pavement almost. Boise folks may have us cheated on the number of nice cars in town, but we have them cornered on good country roads. Spraying is going forward with a rush this week, and the San Jose scale -will have a sick time from general ap pearances, especially on the West lake, where we can see Wallace Can non and Irl Shaw holding the squirt Wallace never did much spray B. £uns. ing with lime and sulphur in Arkan sas, so he was not prepared to combat its ravages on himself for several days. He, however, is using liberal amounts of vaseline, vinegar, cold cream and anything else that will stop the fire of the burning spray on his skin. Amos Helmick has finished seed ing his upper twenty to grass and says he feels pretty lucky to get it in, in such good shape, the ground being so wet. Oscar Ivie lost a driving horse from his ranch. No trace has as yet been heard of the animal since it disap peared last Friday or Saturday. George Coulson sprayed for Haw ard Harper last Saturday morning. Looked like a real bug killing time from the way the juice hit the trees. A large force of men have been at •work cleaning the ditch thru the Neil meadow the past week. This re minds us that we can make our lives more useful by getting some ditch j done too in time for the ! It is just a race every spring i between time and work and usually, time goes under the wire ahead of us. Fred West is breaking his corn ground preparatory to putting in some big White Dent He states his corn run n^ht around o o u - hels to the acre last year and expects it to do better if the season is go this year Am you all Babies Minstrel May 3rd? Ah 11 say s. • n cleaning -water. we uns is, pass anvting like dat, when she am by the most spontaneous, aggravitation ob aide splitters what eber was congeal ed under one cober. A tractor agent was out to the Coonrod ranch Tuesday, looking at the lay of the land. He was also a Wood I jiMrs-BIafe's j FAY'oriteReci}>e m. Sor 'i Bran Muffins Made by this recipe, your bran muffins will get many encores: Take two eggs, two tbsp. butter (or substitute! and 1 cup sugar; cream together; add 1 cup bran and (if desired) 1 cup raisins; 1 cup white flour, 2 tsp. baking powder, } tsp. salt. Stir well together and moisten to stiff batter with § Carnation Milk mixed cup with § cup of water. Bake in greased muffin tins from fifteen to twenty-Sve minute* TZ-teJu. 7>t If you haven't aur illustrated booklet of 100 Seated rec tpea. vr rite for copy to Csmtln Milk Prod uct* Co, SIO Sooth 9tk St, Baku Idoho. ILf*, Carnation Milk V men of the World organizer, so T. J. said, and he ought to know about this lodge business. Mrs. C. Shaw took dinner with Mrs. Grace Phelan last Friday evening ^nd latei attended the P. T. A. meeting at the schoolhouse. Mrs. Vivian Gray of the Lincoln school was a brief caller on Mrs. C. Shaw between sessions Monday morn ing. While at Mrs. Shaw's she viewed some water color work by the corres pondent and pronounced it very good. We are glad to know that some one, at least, is able to find something about them; we never could. EAST EMMETT Mrs. R. S. Coonrod and family went to Boise for the week end. Miss Gladys Gray and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gray went to Fruitland on busi ness Monday apd visited friends in Ontnrio. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Coonrod enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Ancy Sullivan and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. Bird to a bountiful Easter dinner Sunday. The little grandson of Frank Kreiz enbeck is suffering from a relapse. Miss Nina Porter spent Sunday at the P. H. Gray home. Prayer meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Taylor. Last meeting was an excellent one. eight present. Ena Dresser entertained several of her little friends to Easter, time. Mr. Wm. Rekow and family Parma visited his sister, Mrs. Le ard Dresser and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sheets had some friends from Nampa over Sunday. Mrs. Sheets and Mrs. Dresser called on the Cruses and Cloptons Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kreizenbeck visited the Henry Kreizenbeck family on the bench Sunday afternoon. There were an egg hunt They all had a delightful of on Born to Mr. and Mrs. Engle on Monday, April 17, a baby girl. MONTOUR Henry Leisy who recently returned from Portland, spent several days in this neighborhood with friends. Mr. Leisy makes his home in Sweet. The Easfer services were well at tended and the part in the program taken by the little folks was enjoy ed to the fullest. After the sermon by the minister, Rrv. Mulkin, four persons were baptised and came into full membership with the church. The community day for the school was enjoyed by all who attended and a write-up will be given by one who was present. R. E. Noland who has been ill for several weeks appreciates the little visits paid him by friends. Miss Stoddard and her nephew, Bruce, called at Montour Heights Tuesday evening. Mr. Davis of Nampa shipped in a carload of shrimp oust to be used for fertilizer on the land rented the Chin ese gardeners. Montour expects to organize a base ball nine in the near future. Irwin Leisy was a caller in Montour Tuesday on his way home to see his folks, who reside near Sweet. In a few more warm days the apri cots will be in bloom. The roads are greatly improved, but can stand a little more sunshine and wind. Last week was certainly a blustery 0 ne, with rain, snow, hail and some ' w j n d in between. It sure kept a fel- j low wondering what was coming next, W e hope, however, the. coming week i w -ill be a different one i Mr and Mrs. Droschskey are assist- j j ng at the Harry Woods home. Mr. , and Mrs. Droschskey are from Mica, Wash. Mr. Droschskey has leased a I p j ace near Qla, w here they expect to, ! jj arry Woods went to his ranch ' near Q f a last Thursday . The Ssetinand sheIley children 1 ^ their dinners and went on a pic nic Easter Sunday . j Mr. anc j Mrs. ^njos Woods went to* Emmett Saturday. They will visit ; w jth Mr. Wood's mother and his sis ter, Mrs. Ole Seetin. They expect to return home the first of the week. Joe Ab , jg doin their chores while they e BROWNLEE I are away. B. Seetin was a Sweet caller on Monday. Mr. Peck, the road supervisor, has a petition out trying to get the road on the Foster hill changed. The Farmers are anxious, as well as the mail carrier, to have this road chang ed. There have been several acci dçnts with cars on this road and we think everyone will be glad to have it changed Mr and Mrs. F. E. Albin were visi tors at the Harry Woods home Wed-j nesday of last week. The annual school meeting was held last Saturday afternoon. Francis AI bin was elected director. Mrs. Hubs visited with Mrs. Frank Shelly Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods visited with Mrs. Woods' sister, Mrs. Jim Knowlton of Sweet, Monday. Albert Beckman hauled a load of , 0 , . t hay to Sweet Monday for Lawsen , , . , . Mr. Montgomery has traded his house and lot in Sweet to I,awsen Hill for 80 acres of land in Brownlee, Mr. Montgomery has moved onto the ranch. Mrs. Montgomery will in Sweet until June; then she will also move to Brownlee. 15 YEARS AGO 1 Looking Backward to Index File« Announcement is made of the sale of the Idaho Northern and the P. V. railroads to the Short Line for 2 mil lion dollars. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Loe Reed, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Mains, a son. George Coulson is planting 2000 grape vines on his fruit farm near Freezeout. We print baiter wrappers. ONE WEAK SPOT Many Emmett People Have a Weak Part and Too Often U'a The Back. Many people have a weak spot. Too often it's a bad back. Twinges follow every sudden twist. Dull aching keeps up day and night. Backache is often from weak kid neys. In such cases a kidney medicine is needed. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. For backache and urinary ills. Emmett people recommend the rem edy. Ask your druggist. Mrs. C. V. Stokesbery, Park and Mc Kinley Sts., says: "My back was weak and lame and it pained me so 1 was miserable, irregularly. I was laid up with sick dizzy headaches. I was also subject to chills and was nervous. Kidney Pills gave me a lasting cure." Lasting Résulta, years later Mrs. Stokesbery "I haven't needed a kidnfey Doan's Kid ney Pills ,ravt me a laetirg cure." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Stokesbery had. Foster-Milbnrn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. My kidneys acted Doan's Ten said: remedy for many years. It Pays to Fertilize Your Orchard. We have a supply of "Old Reliable Orchard Fertilizer," nitrogren, phos phoric acid, potash. Right now, be fore the trees blossom, is the time to apply this fertilizer. See us, or call us up. Emmett Fruit Grower's Ass'n. Emil E. Dean, Mgr. Phone 46. Call for Bids to Sprinkle City Streets A call is hereby made for bids to sprinkle the streets and avenues of the City of Emmett, Idaho, embraced in Sprinkling Districts No. 1, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4. The conract to be iêt for such work will require the con tractor to operate two sprinkling wa gons from May 1, 1922, to October 1, 1922, on each day of the week except Sunday; to sprinkle Main street from Boise Avenue to Johns Avenue once each Sunday; to use men and teams in improving streets when not sprinkl ing; and to sprinkle the streets in said district in a proper and efficient manner. Each bidder for sprinklers. The contractor will be required to enter into a written contract with the city, and furnish a bond in the sum of $500.00 for the faithful performance of his duties. Each bid must be ac companied by a certified check for $100.00 to be held by the city until the contract has been signed and the bond furnished by the contractor. Bids must be clearly and plainly written and specify the amount per month for all such work to be paid the contractor. All bids must be sealed and filed in the office of the City Clerk prior to 5 o'clock P. M. May 1st 1922. City reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By Order of the City Council. D. M. STOKESBERY, City Clerk. to agree to care r , , . , . _ , ■ LOST—Between canal bridge and Pal-; ace Meat Market, lady s purse con taming four silver dollars and letter addressed to Mrs. Warren of Califor r.ia. Finder please leave at Horton's Store. Mrs. W. A. Bolin. ltp. ~ ■ WANTED—Stock to pasture on the butte; good fences, plenty of graz ing and water. Frank Sanders, phone 9u-R. 2. tf. : --! WANTED—To buy a good fresh milk cow. Ed O. Leary. 27-3p. Dated April 19th, 1922. y LOST, FOUND, Etc. LOST—Pair of "clerical" glasses. 1 Finder return to 100 McKinley and received reward. Ip I WANTED WANTED—To buy land in the Black Canyon district. Address XYZ, ln I dex office. ! WANTED— C. W. Hayes wants young calves, write him or phone , jj r J udd . 19. j —! WANTED—Tractor plowing and ] trucking. C. A. Mills & Son, Route 1 2, New Plymouth, Idaho, „ .... WANTED—By 2 young ladies, house I work by the day. Box 771, Emmett j I FOR RENT FOR RENT—5-room bungalow on Commercial St. Apply R. B. Kirk ! man, Route No. 2, New Plymouth, or inquire at this office. 1 - ; FOR RENT — Furnished sleeping room, outside entrance at 307 Ward i well St. 2t: ! It. - . FOR RENT—4-room house, furnished, j at Washington and 10th. W. C. 1 Catlin, phone 8 J. 28-2p • — - , FOR RENT—Furnished or unfumish j ed house with good garden spot and : orchard. Mrs. J. S. Robinson. tf. stay FOR RENT— A sleeping room with outside entrance. Mrs. I. J. Dickson, 316 East Third street. FOR SALE FOR SALE—Maxwell bug $200. H. Bodenheimer. 2tp. W. FOR SALE—Ford truck with extra transmission $425, or will trade for touring car. W. H. Bodenheimer. 2tp FOR SALE:—White Pekin duck eggs, $1 per setting. Mrs. Norman Nel son. - FDR SALE:—All household goods of A. L. Berry. Priced right to sell. Also Reed baby buggy, child's rocker, high chair and child's bed. See them at 401 E. First street. tf. 29-2t. FOR SALE—Ford chassis $100. W. H. Bodenheimer. 2tp. FOR SALE—1917 Buick four, $400. W. H. Bodenheimer. FOR SALE—Good saddle. Phone 162 W. 2tp. tf. FOR SALE!—Purebred S. C. White Leghorn eggs for hatching, 50c per 15, $3 per 100. Everbearing straw berry plants at 50c »er 100 or $4.50 per 1000. Also garden plants after May 10 at reasonable prices. Ingles, Emmett, Idaho, phone 40 J. 12 M. R. FOR SALE—Buffet, 2 bedsteads, sew ing machine, Victrola and (Other household furniture. Adrian Nelson, across from Boise-Payette retail yard. FOR SALE—Hay, 2 miles west on bench. Phone Sherwood, 93-R. 2 2 FOR SALE—At Emmett, Saturday, April 22, five pure bred Poland China pigs (2 boars and 3 sows), far rowed in December. Registry guar anteed. Mrs. C. P. Hartley. FOR SALE:—Red clover seed andNet ted Gem seed potatoes. Will Bane2p FOR SALE:—Sweet corn for seed 10c a quart. Apples 76c and $1 per box. Barred Rock eggs 75c Will take a few orders to for April and May. Mrs. C. C. Johns per setting, hatch chicks FOR SALE:—Young team of horses 4 years old, sound. Geo. Coulson. FOR SALE:—20 head of stock cattle. 27-2p. FOR SALE—Pure bred Plymouth Rock eggs, $1. per setting. Bert Basye, phone 54-J 11. Will Bane, Route 2. 27-3p. FOR SALE:—Thoroughbred White Leghorn cockerels, from heavy lay ing strain, also White Leghorn eggs $1 per setting, or $5 per 100. L. G. 27-2p. Jordan, R. R. 1. .FOR SALE:—1 yr. Concord grapes and St. Regis Everbearing raspber ries transplants, $1 per doz. delivered, Model Fruit Farm, R. 1, Emmett, N. B. Matthiessen, Prop. 26-5tp. FOR SALE:—Or trade, fine residence property. If you have a good car will take it as nart payment. If you want a bargain don't miss this. Call at 710 South Washington street phone 197-J. or addreas C. L. Barber. or A Victrola. FOR SALE—or trade. Call at Palace Meat Market. 27. FOR SALE:—2 dozen Rhode Island Red pullets, 1 Jersey cow, test 6.4, and a 4-year old gelding, weight 1500. Jay Sanders. FOR SALE:—One gray filley, 4 years old, branded quarter circle lazy L. on left shoulder, belonging to Abe Goodall of Eagle. Will be sold for feed bill and advertising fee. G. S. Boynton, Sweet. 27-3t. 27-3t. FOR SALE—See H. W. Hollar for Certified Dicklow seed Phone 7 R 4. , _ , c horse evener complete, $3.50 Seed corn, Yellow Dent, acc imated, made o0 bu. per A. on bench last year with one irrigation, 5c per lb. Mail your order and I 11 deliver to any place in Emmett. E. V. Drury, Kt. 1. Kes. 1 ralIe s - of Letha. Emmett. Idan. FOR SALE—Barred Plymouth Rock hens, good blood, laving strain, $1 eacb; choice pure. $1.50 each. Mrs. r. e. Noland, Montour, Idaho. ! wheat. 20tf. Jl FOR SALF—Seed corn. A medium early yellow dent, fully matured, nubbed at both ends, carefully select ed, all hand shelled, acclimated and very yieldy. Shelled before any sev ere cold weather began, and put in a warm dry place for the winter, it's germinating qualities are absolutely dependable. Price 4c per lb., sacks furnished when 1 bu. or more is or dered. J. M. Denison, Emmett, Ida. R. F. D. No. 2, Phone, 31 R 3, tf FOR SALE—Eggs from pure bred Wljite Leghorns or R. I. Reds, 50c per 15. They are fertile. One 3 ---— FOR SALE—Rhode Island Red pul lets. Phone 268. Gem Ice Cream 61tf _ _ __ _ , . _ FOR SALE—One 3200 pound team, 7 years old, 1 colt 3 years old. In quire at Corner of Johns and Park st reets Co. tf. Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We »täte it as our honest belief that the tobacco» used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Ltggrtt & Mjert Tobacco Ce. - ■: t I Jr hi K, /> TV m f , v "J £ Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—blooded Lower Prices 20 now 18c 10 now 9c (Two 10'*—18c) I* 4 Spray Materials SPRAY MATERIALS—Now is the time to place your or ders for spray materials of which we handle only the good reliable brands that properly applied will insure you of proper results. We are always pleased to figure out your needs. SULPHATE OF AMMONIA—Is the one fertilizer essen tial to the soil needed to put your trees in shape for a good strong bloom, heavy foliage and mature a crop of large, well colored fruit. The cost of this fertilizer will be returned many times in the results obtained. FRIEND SPRAYERS—We are agents for this line of sprayers which have no peer in simplicity of construc tion, high pressure and durability. Prices right and al ways glad to demonstrate. Call phone 202 for further information and prices. Gem Fruit Union GUY B. DAYTON, Manager ! j DEVOE l ; VELOUR FINISH Walls that keep their "newly painted " look Washabis Walk I Walk that hold tha charm of color and retain thatr freahnaae for yean with the help of aoap. water end a rag. Such are walk fmtshed with Devoa Velour Finish, (a flat oil paint.) The toft, flat tints, in «rhich tlmproduct B manufactured, ere a'wavs artistic, lending an enriching background to the furnishing*. and an an of good taste and dignity to the room. Devoe Velour Finish can be applied cn any interior wall or ceiling. Devoe Products are time-tested and, proven — backed by the 158 years' experience of the oldest paint man ufacturing concern in the U. S. Founded 175a. a I \ Pioneer Furniture Store Emmett, Idaho. Sg laying strain. Have laid fine all thru winter months. 75c per setting; $5 per hundred. Mrs. James Strang, Route 2, Emmett, Phone 90 J-4. 22-8p i : FOR SALE:—Or trade, Indian motor cycle and side car. Cash or terms. . Marrs Service Station. for SALE—Single Comb Rhode Is tf. land Red setting eggs from good FOR SALE—Fresh cow, Phone J R. 4 H. W. Hollar. tf. FOR SALE—Account of having a run away from Emmett, wish to sell my new home on 2nd street. Will sell for $2000.00 below cost, cash or terms. C. A. Thomas, Emmett, Ida. FOR SALE—Sweet clover seed. W. L. 21tf. Seetin, Phone 97-J 4.