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EMMETT NEWS giiver Leaf Dairy, phone 64- J. 3. r gay ypur blankets at Golden Rule ■ St** R. E. Shaw left Tuesday for Coun c il on business. Sale—Cut flowers, phone 84 X B. Hargus returned Tuesday from '! For tf. Mrs. H. Titus. W. week's vacation at Knox. a Drake of Knox was a business Dan visitor in Emmett Wednesday. for Sale—8-horse gas engine, al Cheap. Corner Grocery. most new. Six large rooms to rent for house See Cochran, phone 67 W. keeping Charles Wilton and wife returned Saturday from a two month's visit to their home in Nebraska. Patronize home industry by de manding butter made by Gem Cream ery, an Emmett institution. frank Moore and family, who have t*en spending their vacation near p. „k* returned home Sunday. Richard Waltermeyer of the First National Bank left Tuesday on a busi trip through the Hailey country. C. D. Bucknum and H. D. Buys spent the forepart of the week on the Payette above Banks hunting and fish ness mg. Morris Hajllor returned Tuesday Thunder Mountain, where he from has spent the summer in the employ of the forest service. Boy's two pant knieker school suits $4.95 at Golden Rule Store. Miss Susan Woods of the Golden Rule store left the last of the week extended trip through Wash ington and Oregon. Cucumbers for pickling, dill or sweet pickle size, 25c per gallon; jer kins, 50c per gallon; 2)4 cents off on 10 -gallon orders. Mrs. James Strang Route 2, Emmett, or phone 90-J 4. Merl Nefzger returned Tuesday -from a brief visit to Prairie City, Ore. Be was accompanied home by his wife -who has spent a couple of weeks visit ing friends there. Mr. C. C. White of Ohio is visiting -the J. L. Jensen family. Mr. White brother of Mrs. Jensen. He ex is a pects to make an extended visit in the West going on from here to Cali fornia and Arizona points. Gossard Corsets, Brassiers, Com binations, Girdlettes, Children's Kid die waists. At home Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday. Will call at your home if desired. Mrs. J. L. Kinsey, 212 W. 4th SL, phone 269 J. Mrs. G. R. Martin and daughter, Bernice Roe and son Richard of Boise have been visiting at the A. M. Han sen home on the East Slope. They spent the week-end camping and fish- ; ing on Bogus Creek and report a most I 1 ■enjoyable time. A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. | V. T. Craig, D. H. Van Deusen, Geo. C. Heubener, F. C. Berry, Geo. Haley Joel Brown left Monday overland for Wallace to attend the state con vention. Mr. and Mrs. Craig will spend sometime visiting in North Ida ho and Washington before returning home. Boy's school blouses and shirts 69c at Golden Rule Store. WEEKLY MMM tl IDEAL IHEAHIE THURSDAY-FRIDAY, AUG. 24-25 Wedding Bells yy u featuring Constance Talmadge Shegot a husband in half a day, a divorce in half an hour. But when she wanted her husband back, it took her a year ta find him. And then he was being married to another girl-. Two-Reel Comedy Prices 10c and 25c. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 A Wife's Awakening yy a featuring Fritzi Brunette The tale of a man with a twisted soul—of a wife who trusted—and a mother-in-law with common sense. Pathe News Matinee 5 and 15c Comedy Night 10c and 25c SUNDAY MONDAY, AUG. 27-28 R. S. V. P. yy u featuring Charles Ray Another typical Ray picture with plenty of loughs. 2-Reel Sennett Comedy. Prices 10c and 25c. TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, AUG. 29-30 Hold Your Horses yy u featuring Tom Moore Drawn from real life by the master pen of Rupert Hughes. The story of a man who suddenly discovered he could fight./ Sparkling as the wit of the Irish actor who stars in it. Also Fourth Round of The Leather Pushers, those famous prize ring stories. Prices 10c and 25c 99 ii Sewing and dressmaking at 518 Lo 32-5p. tf. F. D. Bowen was a Boise visitor Fri cust Ave. day. Bartlett Pears. Phone 56 R4. W. C. 47-2p Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cammerer Tucker. s P ent Tuesday in Boise. Clean up Ladies' summer hats $1.98. Golden Rule store. John McConnell was a business visitor in town this week from Jerome. Mrs. E. E. Dean was removed to a Boise hosiptal this week for trtat ments. Mrs. A. J. Colvin is spending sev eral weeks in Portland visiting rela tives. Cut flowers for sale. Gladioli 10c to 20c a flower stalk. Mrs. Ancy Sulli van, phone 7-R 5. Ira Flagler returned today from Spokane, and is here now to look af ter the peach and apple crop. Don't paint that car till you try the auto polish sold at Larkin Auco Co Makes 'em shine like new. Thorning's Ford Repair Station is making special rates for overhauling Ford cars. Call and learn particul ars. 45-4p. Miss Fern Bullock of Caldwell spent the week-end in Emmett visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cham bers. Claude Polly returned from a busi ness trip to Salt Lake the first of the week. Hemstitching—Cheapest place in Idaho. Satisfaction or no pay. Every thing for 8c and 10c. Mrs. W. H. Shane. Miss Charlotte Parrish returned to Boise Saturday after a visit at the home of her parents Br. and Mrs. W. W. Parrish. Jensen's pure ice cream in any quantity for family u3e, delivered to your door. Phone 56-J 4, or call personally. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Bowen, Mrs. Minnie Fairchilds and Richard Waltermeyer picniced at Montur Sunday. Buy your school shoes at Golden Rule store. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dion and Mrs. Walter Emard returned the first of the week from a vacation trip to Knox and Payette Lakes. Mrs. Fred Covert was hostess for a delightful little dinner party Wed nesday evening. The affair was a birthday dinner, in honor of her hus band's birthday, bringing together a few close friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knox and Dave Murray left Monday for Hailey where Mr. Murray and Mr. Knox will attend the Democratic convention. Mrs. Knox will stop off at Fairfield to visit at the home of her daughter Mrs. Thomas Wokersein. Word was received this week by B. ß Davis of the appointm ent of his daughter, Miss Lynette to the posi tion of private secretary to President Campbell, president of the University of Oregon at Eugene. Miss Davis leaving here in December, has been employed in a Portland bank. Max Guenther, painter and decora tor. Phone 172-W. Supply your blanket needs now at Golden Rule store. since SATURDAY SPECIALS AT THE GOLDEN RULE STORE Early June peas, 3 cans for 40c. National Biscuit soda crackers, 7 pound box for 80c. Bulk ginger snaps, 3 pounds for 50c Bulk cocoa, it has the same quali ties as the advertied brands without the enormous advertising costs, 2 lbs for 25c. EVERYDAY PRICES Kellogs corn flakes (large size), 2 for 35c. Kellogs corn flakes (small size) 2 for 25c. Shredded iriieat, 2 for 25c. Brown Karo syrup (10 lbs.) for 65c White Karo syrup (10 lbs.) for 75c. Cream cheese, per lb 25c. Cystal white soap, 10 bars 45c. It always pays to pay cash. Start now saving money on your every-day expense. We give you high quality groceries at prices usually less than you pay elsewhere. It always pays to pay cash... Start now saving money on your everyday expense... We give you high quality groceries at prices usually leas than you pay elsewhere. Téléphoné number 76 for these Gro cery specials. Will Bayse and Roy Roper are down from Knox for a few days. Mrs. Robert Holbrook left Saturday for a short visit at Grimes Pass. Clean up Summer dress goods, 7 yards for $1. Golden Rule Store. The Guenther-Mays camping party returned home from Gross this week. For Sale—8-horse gas engine, al most new. Cheap. Corner Grocery. Mrs. F. D. Bowen visited in Boise Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. H. T. Davis returned Saturday from a two week's vacation spent in Port land. The Gem Creamery pays 4c pre mium for sweet cream deliverel at station. Special Purchase 2 >4 yard curtains 69c pair at Golden Rule, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nicol and Mrs. T. B. Hargus were Boise visitors Wednesday. O. S. Phillip, who has been working in the timber this summer returned to Emmett today. Mrs. Andrew Little and family re turned Wednesday from several weeks spent on the coast. Painting, paper hanging and cal cimining. Walter and Harold Brown, 206 Second street. David DeClark left Wednesday for Portland. He will join W. L. Powell there and drive home. Mrs. Eugene Grice of Boise was a week-end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rene Hazelton. Still open for business and as busy Overland Barber Shop, as ever. Frank Foster, proprietor. Have you seen the U. S. red tubes They are. a real tube with real stuff in them. Larkin Auto Co. Miss Bernice Riggs expects to leave next week for an extended visit in California and coast points. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barry and daugh ters returned Wednesday from a two week's outing at Grassy Flats. New line canteen bags 98c at Gol den Rule store. The Madden, Marrs and Nefzger party returned Tuesday from a ten day visit at John Day. Oregon. Mrs. George Burkart and mother, Mrs. Newby returned Sunday from a week's visit with relatives in Boise. We are doing a fine business, but can do more and would like to have you call. Frank Foster, Bank of Em mett building. Those of our patrons who do not wish to churn, we will give a pound of butter for each pound of butter fat. Gem Creamery. Miss Frances Hope Hargus and Miss Adele Rundstrom visited at the home of Mrs. Hansen in Boise the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Creswell and family and thier guests, Mrs. Plaehn and Mrs. Alberts enjoyed an outing a; Dry Buck Sunday. King's Herald's will have their an nual picnic at the home of Elsie Johns Tuesday, August 29. Meet at Mrs. Hoops at 2 o'clock sharp. J. S. Burdell returned the first of the week from Boise, where he had been attending the meetings of the state assessors association. Mrs. L. A. Larsen is enjoying a visit from her father and mother and sister, who arrived Monday from Southern Utah on a surprise visit. Clasper Schlund and daughter are in the city visiting friends, from Ore gon. where they have spent the sum mer. They will make their home in Boise. We are busy, so come in and we will give you a date, just like a den tist does, first in, first served, all work guaranteed. Joe Kelly, mechan ic. Larkin Auo Co. E. S. Wright is going about this week with several stiches both on the inside and the outside of his cheek, the result of a stick flying up and cutting him in the face. L. O. Berry, who for a number of years was superintendent of the Em mett schools is visiting at the R. B. Shaw home and 'renewing old ac quaintances. He is now located at San Diego, Calif. Don't paint that car till you try the auto polish sold at Larkin Auto Co. Makes 'em shine like new. Buy your school supplies at Golden Rule store. t Buy sweet pasteurised cream at Gem Creamery. Do you need practical nursing? Call 31 R 3. Misses sport felt hats, $2.48 at Gol den Rule store. Miss Leona Wilson left Friday for Garden Valley where she is visiting friends. Dressmaking done by the day. Mrs. Georgia Sexton, box 125, Colonial Rooming house. Mrs. F. A. Homlin of Deer Flat spent the week-end at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Barnes. Feed your chickens Prepared Dry Mash and you will get good returns. Co.-op. Exchange. Mrs. G. W. Maxfield spent the week end in Payette, a guestat the home of Mrs. A. O. Sutton. Have you seen the U. S. red tubes They are a real tube with real stuff in them. Mrs. Charles Reed is enjoying a visit with her brother and wife, William Duntz of Lincoln, Neb. If you want to receive the highest cash pried for cream, poultry and eggs bring them to the Gem Ice Cream Company. W. F. Sinclair and F. M. Mingus j left Saturday for Afton, Idaho to | look over the oil prospects in that ' territory. For hemstitching, button hole and button making call on Mrs. M. L. Murray, opposite postoffice. Hours frm 1 to 5 p. m. Mrs. Marne Hand and daughter Helen of Boise arrived Thursday to visit at the home of Mrs. Hand's sis ter, Mrs. H. T. Davis. Thero Wear bed spreads, special for Friday and Saturday, $1.98. > 28- tf. 45. Larkin Auto Co. Golden Rule Store. Sheriff Noland and wife ieft Sunday for Bear valley, combining business and pleasure and remained there sev eral days, camping. Mrs. Carol Keithly and children re turned Tuesday from Van Horten, New Mexico, where they spent the summer with her sister. George Burkhard left the last of the last of the week for Berkeley, Calif., to enter upon his second year at the University of California. Dr. Alien is spending a 15-days fur lough from the barracks hospital at Boise with home folks. He is report ed to be much improved in health and will soon be a well man again. Dr. Byrd is now completely in stalled in his new quarters across the hàll from his former office in the Bank of Emmett building. He and Dr. Titus will share the same recep tion room. Aron Moore of Meridian was a vis itor this week at the D. M. Stokes berry home. Mr. Moore and Mr. Stokesberry are old Nebraska neigh bors. but had not seen each other for over 30 years. Miss Minnie Knox and Guy Knox drove to the Lakes Sunday. They were accompanied home in the even ing by Miss Ethel Nordell, and Miss Inez Norwood, who had been spending several day's there. A party of twenty-two young folks motored to Montour, from thence to the Natitorium and enjoyed a grand swin, last Sunday. A picnic party was held near by and weinies were roasted and a bountiful luncheon was spread. Returning to town about five in the evening, everyone expressed having an excellent time. Get an Atwater Kent ignition sys tem put on that Ford, saves gas oil ind eus.- words. Larkin Auto Co. Golden Rule House dresses 98c. store. MOUNTAIN VIEW Everyone along the lower slope i3 mzy nowadays getting ready for the .'ruit crop. Warren Nelson is keeping wo professional box-makers buzy at ds place getting in readiness the sea on's supply of prune and apple con ainers. At the C. L. Burt ranch all lands are at work on "suitcases" for he prune crop. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butts of Eagle vere Sunday visitors at the C. L. Burt anch. Mrs.Parrett,mother of Mrs. Grover )ick, is visiting a daughter in Boise his week. Two of the Dick children accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Gove and baby spent Sunday with home folks at the Burt ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Dick entertain ed Boise relatives on Saturday. Dallas and C. L. Burtand, Dr. and Mrs. Darrah returned Saturday from a trip to the mountains above Banks, where they had been grouse-hunting. Alfred Adam's father was down from Payette Lakes for a brief visit last week. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE—Team, wagon and har A. H. Beutler. _ ness. FOR SALE—Large spring frys, 50c Mrs. L. J- Ross, 47-'2p. each delivered, phone 107 J. 2. Olds FOR SALE—A second-hand mobile truck, will trade for touring Auction Sale rooms, next door car. to Hawkins Hardware. LOST—A pair of double-lens glasses Reward for return to In ltf. in case, dex office. Oh, Very! When a man hasn't a picayune Ms cayqphiry affairs are In bad shape. P.oshwi Trau script. The Cash Grocery Groceries. Tobacco and Candies Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. Mason and Economy Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbers OUR SPECIALTIES WILL EXTEND THROUGH SIX DAYS IN EACH WEEK. Service the best we can obtain and extend to our patrons. Give us a trial. CHAS. L. MARTIN, Prop. Va 1 7 VrSCfflSTtA For the Golden Days of Sport A day in the fields and woods with a good dog and a gun—a whir of wings in the thicket—the thrill of a well-placed shot. What true sportsman can forget these memories of upland shooting? Winchester shotguns with their perfect balance, smooth-working, never-failing action are the choice of seasoned sportsmen everywhere. For upland game you are sure of a hard-hitting, evenly-distributed shot pattern. Maybe you're one of the men who has been saying for years, "I'm going to buy a Winchester." Now is the time to get your new shotgun. Enjoy it the whole season. White-Cammerer Hdw. Co. the TYIHCff£ST£R store Emmett, Idaho Phone 201 VINEGAR We have the very best. Vinegar for pickles and table uses Heinz Vinegar in Malt Apple Cider and White or Distilled. Barrell Vinegar in any quanities you may wish. ■ • CLEANEST PLACE IN TOWN The Emmett Grocery KENNEMER & MINGUS, Proprietors i NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS We are prepared to print Law Briefs, Transcripts, etc., in the best possible manner on short notiee. THE EMMETT INDEX OFFICE The Horae of Good Printing UP-TO-DATE STATIONERY—INDEX OFFICE The Index Want Column Brings Quick Sales. SALE BILLS AT THE RIGHT PRICE—INDEX BUTTER WRAPPERS AT INDEX OFFICE.