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Do you need practical nursing? Cll 31 R 3. 28-tf. Mrs. T. M. Davis left Monday to yfcit friends in Nampa. For Sale—Bartlett pears. Ralph Womack, phone 56 R. 3. 48-2t. The Ladies of the Presbyterian Aid ^11 meet at the home of Mrs. James Vanderdasson Thursday, Sept. 7th. Carleton Lathrop left on Wednes <j,y for Ontario to begin his work as principal of the High school there. New 36-in. Ratine ginghams at Golden Rule this week. Order your canning tomatoes of H. W Hollar, the spud man. Phone 481tf Mrs. W. L. Powell returned home Friday from Portland where she had spent the summer with her son Ross. Car for hire. Call 92-J 3 for your convenience and economy. Fare to Boise 91.50. W. H. Madden and a friend from Boise went to Cascade Wednesday morning where they will sell tractors. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kennemer, of the Emmett Grocery, returned yesterday from a few days' visit with Mrs. Ken remer's parents at Twin Falls. The Russel hotel has placed a big sign on top of the building so that"he who runs may read" and act accord ingly Young Idaho school shoes for Boys' Sizes 8Vi to 12 at 82.39; Sizes 12Vi to 2 at 82.69. Sizes 2'/i to 5 J/j at 92.95. at Golden Rule Store. Thorning's Ford Repair Station is making special rates for overhauling Ford cars. Call and learn particul m an. Louie Larson brought the children down from his camp at Smiths Ferry yesterday, that they may be ready ior school, after a wonderful outing. He returned to camp today to remain an other month. Mr. and Mrs. Finley Monroe arrived, home Sunday from a month's vacation in northern California. They were joined in camp by their son Fred and daughter Louise and had a most en joyable time. 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. Miss Adele Rundstrom, who has spent the summer visiting her cousins the Misses Helen and Frances Hope Hargus, left for her home at Ana heim, Calif., the first of the week with Mrs. Beryl Huebener of Boise, who will teach school in Los Angeles this year. No. 410 Boy's school shoes, choco late retan cap, Wucher, sizes 8'/i to 12, $2.35; l2Yi to 2, 82.45; 2'/ 2 to 5'/ 2 , 32.95 at Golden Rule Store. Mrs. Mayme Hand and daughter Helen returned to Nampa Monday af ter several days' visit with her sister Mrs. H. T. Davis. New line dress gingham at 19c at Golden Rule this week. t WEEKLY PROGRAM AT IDEAL THEATRE THURSDAY-FRIDAY, AUG. 31-SEPT. 1 Nobody 77 U featuring Jewel Carmen A drama of "somebody" husbands and "nobody wives. It dangles you on a thread of suspense and doesn t let you drop Two-Reel Comedy Prices 10c and 25c. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Peggy Puts It Over 77 U featuring Alice Calhoun This is a story of how a young girl got busy and woke up a sleepy town Comedy Night 10c and 25c Pathe News Matinee 5 and 15c SUNDAY-MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3-4 Man, Woman, Marriage 77 it Featuring Dorothy Phillips- Directed by Allen Holubar One of the Year's Biggest Pictures. Dont Miss This You'll see a wonderful romance of motherhood—you 11 see thousands of women ride barebacked into battle, cla only as the Amazons of old—You'll see thousands of play horses, wild animals—Wonderful scenes. Sen nett Comedy Prices 10c and 25c. ers, TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5-6 Song of the Soul Special Goldwyn production 77 ■>» Century Comedy "Teddy's Goat Prices 10c and 25c Fruit Packers, Notice The Gem Fruit Union wants SEVENTY FIVE Packers Tuesday morning for prunes. Long job. Those already îegis tered given preference. GUY B. DAYTON, Manager Bartlett Pears. Phone 56 R4. W. C. Tucker. 47-2p Dr. Minnie Trexler was a Boise visitor Tuesday. For Sale—8-horse gas engine, al most new. Cheap. Corner Grocery. Boy's school blouses 69c. Golden Rule store. We specialize in bobbed hair and children s hair cutting. Foster's bar ber shop, Bank of Emmett building. Mrs. Paul Cayou and the Misses Opal and Oliva Heriford were Boise visitors over Thursday. Mrs. Shough of Nampa has been a guest at the home of Mrs. George Rin ker the past week. Cut flowers for sale. Gladioli 10c to 20c a flower stalk. Mrs. Ancy Sulli van, phone 7-R 5. 45-4p. John McNish returned Saturday from a month's visit with his sister at Victoria, B. C. Boy's school suits with two lined pants. Priced 84.95 to 88.95 at Golden Rule Store. Allen Cronk, who two weeks ago underwent an operation for appendi citis and double hernia in a Boise hospital is rapidly recovering. Miss Beulah Keithly left Friday for her home in Midvale, after an extend ed visit with her cousin, Miss Alta Stewart. Jensen's pure ice cream in any quantity for family use, delivered to your door. Phone 66-J 4, or call personally. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Creswell and children drove to Boise Tuesday, where Mr. Creswell attended to busi ness matters. Bernard Knipe and Miss Frances Jones spent Sunday at Smiths Ferry with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keith and family who have camped there for two weeks. Don't paint that car till you try the auto polish sold at Larkin Auto Co Makes 'em shine like new. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Keith and daughters returned Monday from a two weeks' outing at Smiths Ferry. They report a fine time, with a lovely place to camp on the river and plenty of huckleberries. - Hemstitching—Cheapest place in Idaho. Satisfaction or no pay. Every thing for 8c and 10c. Shane. Mrs. Everett Barton and children are spending the week in Boise while their home is being remodeled. Mr. Barton is installing a hot water fur nace and making other extensive im provements. Mrs. W. H. John Anderson, Manager of the Golden Rule Store at New Plymouth, town Wednesday attending to was in business matters and making arrange ments for moving his family here dur ing the school year. Max Guenther, painter and decora tor. Phone 172-W. Girl's chocolate glove polish shoes, sizes SVi to 11 Vi* $2.69; sizes 12 to 2 $2.89; sizes 2Vi to 7, $350 at Golden Rule Store. SATURDAY SPECIALS AT THE GOLDEN RULE STOKE These hams are the Rex hams, very choicest, per lb. 29c. Maid in Idaho corn (new crop) 3 cans 35c Chinook salmon, considered the fin est salmon packed, 1 lb. can 25c. Swift's Pride washing powder, 2 pkgs. 35c. EVERYDAY PRICES Pink salmon, 3 cans 43c. Twin Peaks Tomatoes, 2Vi can, 2 for 35c. Sun Kiat Sauer kraut, 2 cans 45c. Rex Lard (10 lb. pail) 91.85 Soda crackers, (family size) 30c. Cream of wheat, 1 pkg. 25c. New crop sweet potatoes in Satur day . Tomatoes to can, give us your order. We have some nice celery just arrived. Do these prices appeal to you? If so, come in or call us up. Mrs. F. .D Bowen spent Monday in Boise. Dr. and Mrs. Cummings and Mrs. Boise visitors Lauren Dean were Wednesday. Boy'a 4-in-hand school ties, 25c at Golden Rule Store. Have you seen the U. S. red tubes They are a real tube with real stuff in them. Larkin Auto Co. Rev. H. M. Shirk of Bellevue oc cupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian church on Sunday. H. C. Baldridge, nominee for lieu tenant governor on the Republican ticket, was an Emmett visitor from Parma on Tuesday. Mrs. Canaday came down from the ranch at Ola to visit and look after business interests. Ivan Campbell accompanied her, after several week's visit at Ola. Those of our patrons who do not wish to churn, we will give à pound of butter for each pound of butter fat. Gem Creamery. Miss Lottie Canaday has accepted a position as teacher in the Portland schools and will remain there instead of teaching here as originally planned Jack Jones, the barber, has been confined to his home for several days by illness due to stomach derange ment. Mr. and Mrs. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Casey of Caldwell were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rinker. Dr. Allen, after several days' visit at home left Wednesday^ for Boise, where he is under treatment at the barracks hospital. Don't paint that car till you try the auto polish sold at Larkin Auto Co. Makes 'em shine like new. Whitman & Co. are agents for the Boise Iron Works & Foundry Co. All kinds of iron and brass castings and sash weights. Hemstitched school handkerchiefs, 2 for 5c. Fancy colored school handkerchiefs 3 for 25c. New checked gingham handker chiefs, all colors, 2 for 25c. Pure linen handkerchiefs, all colors, 2 for 25c. at Golden Rule this week. Haylor Portland and will attend school there the coming year, making his home with his sister. Robert McCormick and Harold Jes ter, of the College of Idaho were in town Tuesday in the interest of that splendid educational institution. Sev eral Emmett young people will at tend the coming year. Dressmaking done by the day. Mrs. Georgia Sexton, box 125, Colonial Rooming house. Dr. Evans, the optician of Boise, will be at the Russell Hotel Friday of next week, September 9. glasses correctly and attend each one year. J. T. Evans. Bob Parrish came down Tuesday from McCall where he has been em ployed during the summer in the saw mill. He expects to stay in Emmett this winter and will work at the m.l!. If you want to receive the higheat cash price for cream, poultry and eggs bring them to the Gem Ice Cream Company. The H. T. Madsen family of the bench and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mad docks will leave within the next two weeks for Portland, Ore., to make their home in that section, Mr. Mad sen is advertising a saie of all his ef fects, to be held next Thursday, Sept.7 Ladies of Emmett, especially you who have been vacationing in the Try our massage and Bonicella treatment for sunburn and chapped face. It is a beautif'or at all times. Phone Foster's barber shop for appointment. 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 St., phone 269J. Mr. Vandenburg, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Conrad and daughters Mina and May of Nampa and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Schoening and family of the bench were all day visitors Sunday of last week at the P. A. Limbaugh home. Miss Mary remained until Wednesday. Mrs. Conrad, Mrs. Schoening and P. A. Limbaugh are cousins and this was the first time in many years they have been together, and the day was pleasantly spent recalling old times. E. B. Yeaton and wife of Santa Monica, Calif., are visiting his broth ers, A. R. and Lee Yeaton of this sec tion, and the W. F. Sinclair family, who were neighbors of theirs when they lived in Nebraska, making the trip here by automobile. They have been as far east as Lewiston, Wyo. They will leave the last of this week on the return journey. , Whitman & Co. are agents for the Boise Iron Works & Foundry Co. All kinds of iron and brass castings and sash weights. Miss Mary Gamage is working in the courthouse, taking the place of Miss Bernice Riggs in the county clerk's office. Miss Riggs leaves this week for California where she will spend her vacation visiting friends and relatives. 45. We fit case mountains: Buy sweet pasteurised cream at Gem Creamery. Miss Leona Wilson returned Mon day from Garden Valley. Mrs. Ruth Griffith of Spokane ar rived Sunday and is spending the | week with her aunt Mrs. R. B. Shaw. Boy'e fancy Pull over Sweaters, l 91.79. Golden Rule Store. Mr. and Mrs. Will Talley of Sweet were Emmett visitors Tuesday. Remember, black and brown school hose, all sizes, 5 pair for 91.00 at j Golden Rule this week. Have you seen the U. S. red tubes j They are a real tube with real stuff in them. Larkin Auto Co. Miss Bernice Appel returned Wed nesday from an extended visit with friends and relatives in Iowa and with her sister Miss Anne in Chicago. Whitman & Co. are agents for the Boise Iron Works & Foundry Co. All kinds of iron and brass castings and sash weights. For hemstitching, button making call Murray, opposite postoffice. Hours frm 1 to 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sanders returned Monday evening from a' week's fish ing trip to the Big Eddy. Mrs. B. C. Davidson and grand daughter, Geraldine Sanders, arrived home Saturday from Seaside, Ore., where they have enjoyed a three weeks' outing. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hath and family arrived in Emmett this week after an extended trip through California, Texas and other southern parts. The president of the Woman's Re lief Corps will be present at the meet ing of the Relief Corps to be held on Friday. Watch for John Robeson, the Mc Connon man. He carries a full line of extracts, spices, soaps, toilet articles of all kinds low prices. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Holverson and children returned Wednesday from Grassy Flat where they have been camped the most of August. Mrs. Holverson spent most of her time canning huckleberries and has a good many quarts stored away for the win ter. button hole and on Mrs. M. L. xtra quality at very 48-ltof. School begins Tuesday. Buy your school supplies at Golden Rule Store. "Big 5" tablets, 100 sheets ..5c Big Idaho, large size, 80 sheets ,...5c Navy Mail ink tablets. 75 sheets ,...10c Navy Mail ink tablet, large size ...10c 38 sheet spelling tablets Cedar lead pencils, each ..lc Round colored lead pencils 2 for 5c Best school lead pencil, . Sanfords inks, all kinds, 8c, 2 for 15c Cork or soft rubber tip pen holders 5c _5c HANNA The James Petersen family spent Sunday afternoon at the H. T. Mad sen home. J. I. Guthrie and family, accompan ied by Mrs. Wayman and Miss Jose phine, motored to Smiths Ferry Sun day, returning the same evening. H. T. Madsen has bills out for a v. sale pects to leave very soon after for Portland and will likely locate in the Willamette valley. The community to lose such an estimable are sorry family, but wish them prosperity and happiness in their new location. Jett Hill and family left Friday by auto for Battle Ground, Wash., for a visit with Mrs. Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brushwood. Mr. and Mrs. Er nest Kroush are at the Hill home dur ing their absence. Chas. McNutt will move from the Butte to the J. I. Carter farm being vacated by H. T. Madsen. Mr. and Mrs. McNutt were former residents and all welcome tham to our com munity again. * Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Carter were call ers at the Madsen home on Monday and Tuesday. John Barbour of Emmett visited with his brother-in-law, Tom Irving, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Madsen and lit tle daughters were Sunday even.ng callers at the Wentworth hume. MOUNTAIN VIEW - C. L. Burt and family spent Sun day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butts near Eeagle. Grover Dick is building a new ice house, looking forward to a winter. Dr. and Mrs. Beck, Mrs. Dave Nichols and little nephew of Boise visited Friday at the home of Mrs. Burt, sister of Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Nichols. Miss Maude Burt spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Gove, near Falk. Alfred Adams and family spent the week-end with relatives at Payette. Mrs. Mark Corn and daughter of Boisa visited Mrs. Rolph Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Gains and children returned last week from the upper country, where Mr. Gains had been employed at road work with the Phelan crew. One of the little girls became very sick after their arrival home, and Dr. Reynolds was called to attend her Monday afternoon. Mrs. C. L. Burt and Miss Maude Burt were Weiser visitors Tuesday. Social Rolph, who is spending the summer with relatives at Star Valley, Wyo., writes home that his health is much improved by his stay there. Mr. Rolph has been in very poor health for the past year. Dr. Darrah attended the Business Men's banquet at New Plymouth Fri day night, and set on foot a move ment to get the road improved from Mountain View to the highway to ward Plymouth. Alfred Adams is beginning work this week on a new storage and pack ing house. The structure w ; ll measure 60x70 feet. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Coulter and family went to Emmett Friday even ing to attend a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Coulter's brother. «Irl We are busy, so come in and wc will give you a date, just like a den t-'sl does, first in. first served ml ork guaranteed. Joe Kelly, mechan ic. Larkin Auto Co. DANCE at Liberty Theatre Monday, Sept. 4 Labor DAY MUSIC BY LIBERTY FIVE ORCHESTRA Tickets $1.00 Ladies Free Hunters and Sportsmen Attention FREE Inspection and Repair Service on Winchester Shotguns and Rifles A representative from the factory of the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. will be at our store all day. Bring in your gun or rifle and have it put in good condition for the hunting season No Charge is made for Repairs, Inspection or Cleaning Service White-Cammerer Hdw. Co. the TV/JVCrttSTtR 3tore Emmett, Idaho Phone 201 $ 'Cl Î3 to o OÎOÏO Silvertown Coro Tire *BSffT IN THE LONG HUN* A Genuine SILVERTOWN Cord—30 x 3& for $13.50 The same material*, construction and workmanship quality, long wear, long service and complete de pendability guaranteed by the GOODRICH esc quality standard. Your tire dealer will supply you today and save you money. Tbs SOmtovn 30 a 316. For dm Ford, Maxwell, Chevrolet, Willy*. Overland and ocher light cm. THB B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY, Akron. Ohio ESTABLISHED 1*70 for AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYCLES, BICYCLES, TRUCKS Goodrich Tires Are Sold in Emmett by Emmett Garage DAVE MURRAY, Prop. The Gem Creamery pays 4c pre mium for sweet cream delivers 1 at station. Painting, paper hanging and cal cimining. Walter and Harold Brown, 206 Second street. Get an Atwater Kent ignition sys tem put on that Ford, saves gas oil and cuss words. Larkin Auto Co. Feed your chickens Prepared Kry Mash and yon will get good returns. Co.-op. Exchange.