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mete Rsdney Jensen has returned to Sweet. Miss Orabell Coonrod went to Boise Saturday. Hemstitching. Leave orders at the Golden Rule. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cox have gone to Sweet to remain. Miss Rowena Stokesbery spent the week end in Boise visiting. Fancy new hand bags, pried 98r to $3.98. Golden Rule Stör«. For Sale—Young team of horses, 4 years old, sound, Geo. Coulson. Two Jersey cows and one Holstein to be sold at Saturday sale, April 22 W. R. Harrison, who came in last week, will spend some time in Em mett. We sell general nursery stock. Gem Nursery Co. Box 625, Emmett. Phone 222 W. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Jerome late arrivals. They will reside the bench. Marshal Hammock and family mov ed last week to Falk, where they ex pect to reside. Regular meeting of Eastern Star lodge will be held Tuesday evening, April 25, at 7:30. Feed your chickens Prepared Dry Mash and you will get good returns. Co.-op. Exchange. J. E. Johnson and family of the bench left this week for their new home at Hammutt, Idaho. Voile waists, lace trimmed, special $1.50. Golden Rule Store. Chas. M. Stone, a mill employe left this week for Susanville, Calif, where he has accepted a position. You can have a splendid appetite, perfect digestion and sound, restful sleep by taking Tanlac. We are closing out a broken line of corsets for $2.00 each, less than half price. Emmett Millinery and Art Store. Keep your eye on the Gem City Steam Laundry. We are making im provements for handling the famous damp wash. E. C. Oberst of Middleton, who rent ed the W. L. Nicol place on the South Slope, has moved here with his fam ily for the season. Patnoniæe home industry by de manding butter made by Gem Cream ery, an Emmett institution. S. J. Spencer and family, who have been conducting the Russell hotel for some time, left former home at Ontario, Ore. Special purchase Gingham dresses, organdies trimmed, special $4.98 Gol den Rule Store. tf are on last week for their Good by, Mrs. Washing Machine, you can't heat the water for what we will do your washing for, much less give a washwoman a good 50c meal Jnd $2.00 to come and do it for you. Gem City Steam Laundry. Dr. Evans, the optician from Boise, will be at the Russell hotel Saturday ■of next week, April 29, from 11 a. m. until 3 p. m. Our monthly visits to Emmett give the people of Emmett an opportunity to have their eyes at tended properly. We fit glasses cor rectly. J. ,T. Evans. Gossard corsets for sale by Mrs. Kinsey, 212 4th St. Phone 269J. 51 Fancy Hair how ribbons 25c and 39c yd. at Golden Rule Store. Adamine seed oats at the Co-op. Exchange. WEEKLY PROGRAM AT IDEAL THEATRE SATURDAY, APRIL 22 J 'For Love of the Service featuring George Chesebro. A dramatic story of the Great Northwest. A big out-. doors story with action aplenty. Also Pathe News and Comedy Night, 10c and 25c Prices—Matinee, 5 and 15c. SUNDAY-MONDAY, APRIL 23-24 The U. P Trail » ii Zane Gray's Greatest Novel A massive picture of the Great West featuring Roy Stewart and Kathlyn Williams. Also another great Buster Keaton Comedy the cops »4 Prices, 10c and 25c WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26 The Man Under Cover i featuring Herbert Rawlinson An excellent crook-reformation picture^ which suggests a blending of "Turn to the Right and The Adventures of Wallingford." This story was written by a "lifer" in the Arizona State Also 13th Episode "WINNERS OF THE WEST" Prices, 10c and 25c Prison. SATURDAY SPECIALS AT THE GOLDEN RULE Kellog's corn Bake« (small size) 3 pkgs„ 35c. Kellog's corn takes (large aize) 3 pkgs. 47e. Armour's Oats (9 lbs. bag) 50e. Swifts white laundry soap, 16 bars. 50c. New strawberries in Saturday. Now is the time to buy your flour, none better, Cream, Crystal, Turkey Red. Our Anniversary next week, April Look for our prices ort 26. 27, 28. groceries. Trade with us and your bank ac count will grow. Silver Leaf Dairy, phone 54- J. 3. Dicklow seed wheat at Emmett Feed Mills. Essex cars, $1320 Emmett, W. H. Bodenheimer. ltp. Dr. I. A. Wood is a sufferer this week with the flu. Max Guenther, painter and decora tor. Phone 172-W. Extra good values in lace collars, 48c. Golden Rule Store. Sherman Glenn of Ola was a busi ness visitor in town Monday. King Herald butterfly party Satur day at 2 o'colck at the church. Sur prise. John Ketchen was on the sick list the first of the week, a sufferer from the flu. I-or sale or trade, an Indian motor cycle and side car. Cash or terms. Marrs Service Station. H. C. Rice arrived the last of the week from Portland, Ore., to spend Easter with his mother, Mrs. A. J. Colvin. We have lots of green stove wood now at the mill. $1.75 delivered. Lay in your supply now. Boise Payette Lumber Co. Buy your ice cream for family use at the Brunswick Cigar Store. Prices: Pint 25c; quart 50c; gallon $1.75. We are closing out a broken line of corsets for $2.00 each, less than half price. Emmett Millinery and Art Store. Eggs for hatching— S. C. Comb White and Brown Leghorn and Eng lish Red Cap eggs. Mrs. L. J. Ross, phone 107-J 2. This damp wash is taking the coun try by storm. One of the big ideas is the enormous big srfving and the beautiful work we give you. Gem City Steam Laundry. Jersey Jackets in all the New wanted shades, special $4.98... GoT den Rule. Says the Governor of North Caro lina to the Governor of South Caro lina; "Its a long time between Min tf. 27-3p. strel shows." Says the vice versa: "Let's go, to the High Brown Babies Show.—-Some Show!" Carl Brown, of McCeJl, was in the city Monday renewing acquaintances and visiting friends. He was on his< way home from Boise, where he had spent several days attending the ses sions of the Scottish Rite. Guy Dayton and A1 White were Boise ,Wednesday attending the exe cutive meeting of the District Moose Legion, of which Mr. Dayton is a member. It was decided to hold the next frolic of the Legion at Cald well, July 19th. Special purchase box stationery, 29c at Golden Rule Store Do you need practical nursing? Call 31 R 3. 28-tf. H. Haylor was a Boise visitor over Monday. Arrow Rock Hats $8.95.. Golden Rule Store Larry Phelan was in Boise the last of the week. Mrs. Mac Cullens was in Boise on business Monday. Swedish Select seed oats at the Co-op. Exchange. Whqat at the F. S. Plummer Ranch $1.50 per hundred. Will Talley is down from Sweet this week on jury duty. The Baptist Aid society will hold a food sale Saturday, May 6. D. M. Johns and wife were Em mett visitors from Boise Tuesday. We sell general nursery stock. Gem Nursery Co. Box 625, Emmett. Phone 222 W. The Eastern Star members are giv ing a dance at the Liberty, Friday evening. Mr3. Ed Francis and daugther Ruby called on Mrs. Harvey Tracey Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Turner came over from Boise Wednesday to spend some time visiting friends. Mrs. Rusler was in town Friday from Boise, and left Saturday for her home at McCall. For those good Netted Gems see H. W. Hollar, the all the year round spud man. Phone 7 R 4. Miss Katherine Fields was over from St. Margarets to spend the Easter vacation at home. Jack Porter and Mr. Sawyer were in town on business Monday, and took dinner with Jack's mother. Mrs. Daisy Chandler and mother, arrived Tuesday from Georgia, and will make their home here. Miss Margaret Truman was over from St. Teresas, to spend the week end with her mother and sister. Mrs. Ola Zimmerman visited sev eral Qav3 with her sister Josie at the St. Alphonsus hospital last week. The St. Anthony society will hold a cooked food sale, Saturday, April 22 at the Pioneer Furniture Store. a* You can stop paying rent and cut your grocery bill 50 per cent by buy ing our 5 acre tract. Phone 92-J 3. We are closing out a broken line of corsets for $2.00 each, less than half price. Emmett Millinery and Art Store. If you want to receive the highest cash price for cream, poultry and eggs bring them to the Gem Ice Cream Company. Wayne Keith and Miss Daisy Crump of Payette were up from Pay ette Monday, guests at the Walter Keith home. Watch for our opening week on the damp wash. It won't even be neces sary to hang them on the line. Gem City Steam Laundry. When baby suffers with croup ap ply and give Dr. Thomas' Electic Oil at once. Safe for children. A little goes a long way. 30c and 60c. at all drug stores. D. M. Stokesbery, who has been con fined to his home with the flu for two or three weeks, was able to re sume his duties as city clerk the first of the week. Chocolate, Roseite cap, Blucher, full real stock, double sole work shoes $4.95. Golden Rule Store. Christian Science services will be held here next Sunday at 10 o'clock instead of 11 on account of the lec ture to be given at Boise at 1:30 p. m. that day. Reports received from Askland. Ore., state that A. S. Roby, who has been very ill is greatly improved, which is good news for his Emmett friends. C. M. Berglund and family will leave the latter part of the week for Oakley, Idaho, where Mr. Berglund has a position as engineer on a dredg ing machine. Miss Josie Moulton, who was oper ated on in the St. Alphonsus hospital in Boise, is reported to be doing nicely Her mother, Mrs. A. W. Marchant is staying with her. Rev. Mitchell, preacher for the Nazarene church, and shoemaker, is here from Astoria, Ore., where he re cently moved, to close out his affairs here and move his family to the new home. The ladies of the Christian church will hold their regular monthly tea at the home of Mr^ Everett Barton I on Thursday, April il. The ladies of j the church and their friends are cordi : ally invited. ' Special purchase women's black strap pumps and oxfords... Priced $3.95... Golden Rule Store. Tanlac is unquestionably the most widely talked of medicine in the world today and those who once use it in variably buy it over and over again and tell their friends of the solendid results they have derived from its use H. T. Davis. 13 A large attendance marked the an nual community dinner given at the Christian church Thursda A cafeteria dinner was served at 6 o'clock, followed by an interesting re port from different ones of the year's . work, and plans made for the en , suing year. I The Emmett Eastern Star Club cor dially invite all Masons, their wives and sweethearts, all Eastern Stars, their husbands or escorts to an in formal dancing party at Liberty Theater Friday evening. April 21, Tabled will be comfortably arranged for those caring to play cards. Tic kets $1. Men's odd trousers, priced $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 at Golden Rule Store. Ask your grocery for Gem Cream ery Butter. y evening. Bay Early Hand picked Seed's Yellow Dent need corn at the Ce-ep. Exchange. Window posters made to order. Call 198 W. Boy's blue Denim playsuits, 79e at Golden Rule. John Yeck of Boise is over this week on business. • Certified Dicklow seed wheat at the Co-op. Exchange. Miss Katherine Mann spent the week end in Boise. Buy the celebrated Oldfield tires W. H. Bodenheimer. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Jones, were Boise guests last week. Screen wire, all kinds, T. B. H argus, hardware and furniture. I. A. Wood and Doug Knox were Boise visitors this week. Mrs. Lester Coonrod and children were Boise visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mann spent Sunday and Monday in Boise. The Baptist Ladies Aid will hold a cooked food sale the 6th of May. Mr. and Mrs. Gifford of Montour were business visitors in to John Anderson was ud Plymouth to spend Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lane and Mrs. Paris are visiting in Boise over today. Merle Banks is in town from Banks visiting his sister, Mrs. Henry Cut ler. 29-2p. ltp. today. )wn m>r m New Harry Bigham and Will Morris were business visitors from Boise to day. Martin Hoff of McCall was an Em mett visitor this week, on his way to Boise. Hemstitching, hours from 1 to 5:30 p. *n. Mrs. M. L. Murray, opposite postoffice. Ed Skinner has fallen prey to the prevailing sickness and is at home this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Grey and Miss Gladys Grey went to Ontario on bus iness Tuesday. Free—Several wagon loads of good top soil free for hauling. Ed Skin ner's residence. Miss Jov Dewell spent the week end in Boise visiting at the home of Miss Marion Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grey of Cald well were over Tuesday guests at the James Noland home. Rev. Case went to Boise Monday to attend the Presbyterian meetings held there this week. Mrs. Rachel Cartwright left Tues, day to spend some time visiting Brownsville, Oregon. Mrs. B. O. Clark, Mrs W. H. Gam me rer and Mrs. F. Bowen are Boise visitors over Thursday. Mrs. Marvin Hutton and son Frank left Saturday to visit with her mother in Mrs. Pattison at Nyssa. Misses Ruth and Matilda Peterson and A. P. Peterson were Boise busi ness visitors on Tuesday. The St. Anthony society will hold a cooked food sale, Saturday, April 22 at the Pioneer Furniture Store. Clint Brown was in town today on business, and left to go to Warren where he is working on a placer mine. C. V. Wolfe returned home Wednes day from a trip to Baker and La Grande in the interests of the Four L organization. Dr. and Mrs. B. O. Clark enjoyed a visit Sunday from the Doctor's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Z. F. Autrim of Payette. We will be able to handle your fam ily washing for less than your weekly payments on a washing machine. Gem City Steam Laundry. Any skin itching is a temper tester. The more you scratch the worse it itches. Doan's Ointment is for piles,: eczema—any skin itching, 60c at all drug stores. District court is in session today, with Judge Bryan, trying the case oi Robinson vs. Landers, in a damage At the time of going to press suit. the jury is still out. For dyspepsia, our national ail-j ment, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Rec. ommended for strengthening digestion purifying the blood. At all drug, stores. $1.25 a bottle. Mrs. M. T. Griffith is spending the week with Mrs. C. W. Skinner. Mrs. Griffith spent the winter in Glendale. California and is spending a month visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Vickers, in Boise. Mrs. Hastert. who has spent the past week visiting her sister Mrs. J. P. Dion left Wednesday evening for her home in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dion accompanied her as far as Boise. Six row seed barley at the Co-op. j Exchange. New Cretonnes 19c a yard at Got den Rule Store. I Order Seed Potatoes Now. Place your order right now for seed potatoes. Our car will be here the first of April. CO-OP. EXCHANGE Serial 021605 Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. ' Land office at Boise, Idaho. April 12. 1922. Notice is hereby given that Robert F. Kennedy, of New Plymouth, Idaho. I who. on April 11, 1917, made Home- ; stead Entry Act June 17, 1910, No. 021605. for Lots 3 and 4, SE%NW%,| E>i SWVi, Sec. 6. and NE*NW%. NVt NE^, Section 7. Township 9 North. Range 1 East, Boise* Meridian. ; has filed notice of intention to make > 3 year Proof, to establish claim to the 1 land above described, before W. T. I Crouch, United States Commissioner \ at his office, at Emmett, Idaho, on the j 24th day of May, 1922. rrflKK! S SErid-h,,: ! Melvin Jackson, Thomas C. Bre shears. and E. H. DeMasters, all of Ola, Idaho. FRANK S. HEER, Register I The Reason Why ."j '.7 y m THE HARDIE SPRAYER IS Successfully meeting today's spraying demands. The improved Hardie Pump is designed to eliminate complicated parts, thus reducing friction, weight and trou ble. Consider the following: Chain driv Positive and light running. Manganese Crank Shaft—Powerful without complica tions. Bronze Plunger Rod Bearings—Do not cut out. Packing nut Plunger Guides—No friction. Brass Cup Leather Plungers—Do not touch the cylin Frictionless Brass Cylinders—Reduces running expense Threadless Valves Cages with Flange protecting Gas kets—Easy to remove, no blowing of gaskets. Pressure Regulator—Built-in, only one valve, less trou der. ble. Suction Settling Well—Prevents trash, sediment or crystals from entering the valves and cylinders. Reduces trouble and expense. No other construction compares with these Hardie Superior Points. Yoa Can Spray as Yon Like if Y on Own a HARDIE See This Greatest of All Pomps. We also handle a complete line of Spray Materials, Lime Sulfur, both liquid and Dry, Miscible Oil, Nicotine, Ar senate of Lead and Spreader. If we haven't what you want we can get it for you. Our prices are RIGHT. Emmett Fruit Growers Association Phone 46. Special This Week on Graham flour and Germetta White and Yellow Corn Meal. All Kinds of Breakfast Foods. Scott's Best and Ivory White Flour The Emmett Grocery KENNEMER & MINGUS, Proprietors () in One A Top Notch Typewriter £ * The Leading Features of the Leading Machines ail harmoniously combined in one handsome New Trouble-Free Writing Machine or the First Quality— In which you will find your own favorite feature of your own tavorite typewriter, and the others besides. 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