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w»no you need practical nnrsinf Î § «n 31 R 3. 28-tf. ■ Guenther, painter and decora KJplor. Phone 172-W. ■ j Mi , s Ethel Hazleton is spending a ■ ?j ew days in Boise this week. ■ f Carl Kitchen of Cascade was in Em * iTnett Friday in the interest of head «Äettuce grown in Long Valley. It f Complete stock of school supplies 1 a t Golden Rule Store. For Sale—Bartlett pears. Womack, phone 66 R. 3. Ralph 48-2t. Mrs. E. O. Bosteder left Saturday j for Smiths Ferry to remain several weeks. . The E. C. Keith family of Payette all day visitors at the home of his son W. S. on Sunday . . were Order your canning tomatoes of H. W. Hollar, the spud man. 7R4. Phons 481tf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dahlstrom visitors Sunday and Monday at were the T. B. Hargus home. 27-in quality ginghams 19c at Gol den Rule Store. Thorning's Ford Repair Station is making special rates for overhauling Ford cars. Call and learn particul ars. Ruben Thielke took the train Mon day for the upper country, where he -will teach school the coming year. His school is near McCall. William Baxla and son-in-law Bob McElfresh drove up from their ranch at Melba on Monday to spend a few days visiting friends. Miss Madge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foster, was operated up for appendicitis Thursday of last week. She is recovering nicely. 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 Larkin Auo Co. Mrs. Henry Cutler and the children have returned to Emmett, after spend ing the summer at Banks, and have moved into their residence on Second street to remain during the school year. Miss Kelley, who spent a month -visiting her sister, Mrs. E. P. Joice, left Saturday for Portland to take up her work as teacher in the schools of that city. Watch for John Robeson, the Mc 'Connon man. He carries a full line of extracts, spices, soaps, toilet articles of all kinds —extra quality at very low prices. 48-ltpf. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Chas A. Schieber of New Plymouth August 29, a girl. The little one was named Maxine. Mrs. Schieber was formerly Miss Maude McCuan of Emmett, Mr. Schieber is said to be the proudest man in New Plymouth. New box stationery 25c and 29c at Holden Rule Store. on t Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus V. Wolfe came in Sunday from Baker City, occom panying Scotty Henderson, who drove through in his automobile. Uncle Cy returned with Mr. Hendersan on Mon day, but Mrs. Wolfe will remain a week or two as the guest of Mrs. Ed Skinner. We are busy, so come in and we will give you a date, just like a den t : sl does, first in, first served, all work guaranteed. Joe Kelly, mechan ic, Larkin Auto Co. WEEKLY PROGRAM AT IDEAL THEATRE THURSDAY-FRIDAY, SEPT. 7-8 Serenade 11 a A romance of old Spain—a tale of undying lot e and thrilling adventure—full of life and fire. Featuring George Walsh and Miriam Cooper. , Two-Reel Comedy * p Bulger's Animal Circus Thursday—Prices 25c and 50c. Prices 10c and 25c. Friday—Picture program SATURDAY, SEPT. 9 Duke of Chimney Butte 19 a featuring Fred Stone You will see Fred Stone in one of the fastest, cleanest, most entertaining Western screen dramas of his career. Comedy Night 10c and 25c Pathe News Matinee 5 and 15c SUND AY-MONDAY, SEPT 10-11 Love's Redemption A First National Attraction. Two-Reel Comedy Prices 10c and 25c. TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12-13 il u 11 Wet Gold <» A human drama that takes place on land, on water and under the surface of the sea. The underwater scenes are unlike anything you have seen before. Wee Gold will hold you spellbound in your seat. Also 5th Round of » THE LEATHER PUSHERS 44 Prices 10c and 25c For Solo—8-horao ni enfin«, al moet new. Cheap. Corner Grocery. Buy your outing flannels at Golden Rale Store and sare. Phone 92-J-3 and arrange for trans portation to the fairs or any other trips. Fare to Boise *1.50 Mrs. Barton and children returned home Monday after a week's visit in Boise. Bert Sargent returned last Thurs day from a vacation spent on the coast and has resumed his duties as night marshall. We specialize in bobbed hair and children's hair cutting. Foster's bar ber shop, Bank of Emmett building, Frank Hunt, who has been in a gov ernment hospital for ex-service men for many months, arrived home last week to remain. James Davis and daughter of Eden were guests last week of his uncle, D. M. Stokesbery. Mr. Davis is a mer chant of Eden. Cut flowers for sale. Gladioli 10c to 20c a flower stalk. Mrs. Ancy Sulli van, phone 7-R 5. Mrs. D. M. Stokesbery enjoyed a visit Sunday from her mother, Mrs. Rosenlof, and niece of Nampa, and a friend Roy Emil of Salem, Ore. Jensen's pure ic* cream in any quantity for family use, delivered to your door. Phone 66-J 4, or call personally. 45-4p. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bollinger of New Plymouth were guests Sunday of Judge and Mrs. Haag. The two ladies are sisters. Miss Alma Keith, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Keith, went to Weiser Monday to take up her duties as teacher in the schools of that town. Don't paint that car till you try the auto polish sold at Larkin Auco Co Makes 'em shine like new. Hemstitching—Cheapest place in Idaho. Satisfaction or no pay. Every thing for 8c and 10c. Mrs. W. H. Shane. Those desiring Barclay corsets are requested to call upon Mrs. A. Bird after 6 o'clock evenings during the fruit packing season. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Bowen motored to Hailey, leaving early Sunday morn ing and returning Tuesday night. The trip was made in 654 hours each way. The regular meeting of the Eastern Star will be held in the Masonic Tem ple Tuesday evening, Sept. 12, at 8 p. m. All members be sure to attend. Mrs. C. B. Titus, secretary. Whitman & Co. are agents for the Boise Iron Works & Foundry Co. All kinds of iron and brass castings and sash weights. Miss Lorain Phelan, who has been assisting in the postoffice at Cascade, has resigned her position. She came home Monday for a short visit before entering Link's Business College Boise to take a commercial course. Prof. W. O. Baker, a member of the Emmett High school faculty the past two years, will teach in the school at Baker City, Ore., this year. in He was an Emmett visitor Friday and Saturday. Men's leather vests priced 'or less at Golden Rule Store. Guy B. Mains brought the children down from McCall on Monday so that they might be here for the open ing day of school. Mrs. Mains will remain at McCall for about another week. L. J. Phelan accompanied him. Polo coatings in all new shades at Golden Rule Store. SATURDAY SPECIALS AT THE GOLDEN EULE STORE Jewel Shortening (8 lb. pail) $1.45. Jewel Shortening (4 lb. pail) 78c. Kellog's Corn Flakes 3 pkgs. for 50c. Swifts' White Laundry Soap, 16 Post Toasties (large size) 2 pkgs. for 50c. bars 50c. (large size), EVERYDAY PRICES All package cookies, 2 for 25c. Full cream cheese, 1 lb. 25c. Royal Baking powder, 12-or. can 48c. Oil Sardines (domestic) 4 cans 25c. Flag Catsup, 1 lb. 30c. Kerr's Oats (3 54 lb. pkg.) 30c. Rex Lye, 2 cans 25c. Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs. 25c. Celery, Sweet Potatoes, Peaches. Hundreds of Emmett people have found that they can trade at our store pleasantly and profitably. Why not you? School hooe for boys and girls, 5 pairs for 81.09, at Golden Rule Store, Mrs. Rodemack of Garden Valley was a visitor in town this week. St. Mary's uGild will meet with Mrs. B. O. Clark, Thursday evening, Sept. 14. at 8 o'clock. Miss Margaret Truman left Tues day for Boise to attend school at St. Teresa's. Mr. and Mrs. Kennison left Wed nesday for Boise where Mr. Kenni son expects to locate. Don't paint that car till you try the auto polish sold at Larkin Auto Co. Makes 'em shine like new. Miss Katherine and Elizabeth Zim merman, daughters of Mrs. Anna Zimmerman left Monday for San Diego, Calif, where they will attend school. Lawrence Gray returned Friday from the Lakes, where he has spent the summer, and will attend school here. Whitman & Co. are agents for the Boise Iron Works & Foundry Co. All kinds of iron and brass castings and sash weights. Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Keith are in Caldwell this week attending the an nual conference of churches of Southern Idaho and East ern Oregon . Mrs. Manley, left Tuesday for her home at Manhattan, Kan., after sev eral weeks' visit with her* daughter, Mrs. Fred Williams. 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. The regular meeting of the Cres cent Club, to have been held Friday of this week, has been postponed until Friday of next week. Among those attending the Elk's celebration in Weiser Monday were Mr. and Mrs. John Ketchen, E. A McKay, Keith Burns, Guy Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Little. If you want to receive the highest cash price for cream, poultry and eggs the Methodist bring them to the Gem Ice Cream Company. Misses' mahogany side, nature last, rubber heels, school shoes, sizes 8 54 to 12 *2.69; sizes 1254 to 2, *2.95, at Golden Rule Store. For hemstitching, button hole and button making call on Mrs. M. L. Murray, opposite postoffice. Hours frm 1 to 5 p. m. The Old Way Compared With the New. You have the tale of the Oregon Trail How they traveled in oxen carts. Of the hardships and trials of the long weary miles That sore tried the bravest hearts, But now you can go in a day or so, Over those same long miles, With an auto mstead of a bull ahead— The hardsftÇs bring but smiles. You have heard, no doubt, the old shout Of the old shot gun and rifle; How they killed the game that was so tame That the hunting was but a trifle, But the game of today in every way Are wilder ad more knowing, So high-powered guns are the only ones That can hope to make a showing Black powder and smoke today is a joke, And smokeless is fast improving; The regular shell does very well, But the new ones are faster moving If you want to get hep to the modern step See the new shglls Mays Brothers are showing They are right up to date, powder and shot the right weight, When you shoot them you know where they are going Oh, the Sport Shop is the place to get into the race * For the very best goods are kept in j ; ! it, And Mays makes it a point to keep the Old Joint In every way up to the minute. MAYS BROTHERS Sport Shop Emmett, Idaho We have a nice block of Extra Fine SweetCherry, Prune and Apple Trees We are dealers in all kinds of Nursery Stock. GEM NURSERY CO. ■ Bay sweet pasteurised ereaas at Gem Creamery. For Sale—Bartlett pears. Womack, phone 66 R. 3. Ralph 48-2L Will Truman was in town on busi-' ness Wednesday. New Beacon Indian blankets, $3.98 each at Golden Rale Store. Avery Green of Sweet was in town on business this week. H. C. Baker of Boise is an Emmett visitor this week. Mrs. John Gamage returned Sunday from several weeks' stay in Portland. New line Prunella skirtings at Gol den Rule Store. B. W. Shoper of Ola was in town | Wednesday looking for a vacant house ! Have you seen the U. S. red tubes They are a real tube with real stuff in them. Larkin Auto Co. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burlingame were week end visitors in Gooding, visiting Mrs. Burlingame's brother. Harold Salisbury left the lost of the week for Meridian, and will teach near Moscow this year. Ed Mathis, a former Emmett man, is in town erpecting to locate here after several years spent on the coast Have you seen the U. S. red tubes They are a real tube with real stuff in them. Larkin Auto Co. Frank Marshall was thrown from a horse Wednesday and sustained a dis located shoulder. Mr. Carpenter, brother of Frank Carpenter, left Tuesday for his home in Ohio, after several weeks' visit here. Mrs. Nellie Jones and little daugh ter of Nampa and Mrs. Myers of Ca barton are spending a few days in Emmett visiting friends. Mrs. John Anderson came up from New Plymouth Friday to take up her work in the schools here this year. Miss Annabelle arrived Sunday and «rill attend High school. Miss Effie Glass returned Friday from Seattle, where she has been this summer. Her sister, Hogeman, accompanied her home and will be with her this winter at Sweet, where she will teach. Mr. Harrison, vice president of the Anglo-London National Bank of San Francisco, and Mr. Reeves, an official of that banking institution, are in the city looking into the condition and re sources of the Emmett Irrigation Dis trict. Dwight Shaw left yesterday by way of Portland, for Tuscon, Ariz., to at tend the university of that state. He will make his home with his aunt, Mrs. Craigin. Dr. Evans, the optician from Boise, will be at the Russel hotel Friday of this week, September 8. We fit glass es correctly and attend each case one year. Dressmaking done by the day. Mrs. Georgia Sexton, box 125, Colonial Rooming house. Mr. and Mrs. Cammerer and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Adams, spent Sunday fishing in Upper Squaw ereek nice Mrs. Ethel 45. catch, some of them being good size, one trout measuring 14 inches. Mrs. Short and daughter Valle of Nampa were guests from Friday to Tuesday of Mrs. Ed Skinner. Miss Valle will be remembered as a teacher in the Emmett schols. teach in the Pocatello schools this year. Casper Schlund and daughter have decided to return to Emmett and make their home here, after making a tour of Oregon points as far as the coast. They have rented a house in South Emmett. She will Misses' black nature last, rubber heels; a good school shoe; sizes 554 to 8, priced $2.35; sizes 8)4 to 12 at $2.69; sizes 1254 to 2 at $2.95, at | Golden Rule Store. Mr. and Mrs. Tenny and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Young entertained on Sun day Mrs. E. Oiney and little daughter of Ohio and Mrs. Lenore Scot and Mr and Mrs. F. Hogne of Boise. Miss Petrashek and Mrs. Sharai mo tored from Weiser late Sunday even ing, and F. A. Finney and daughter, Laura, also of Weiser, arrived Mon day morning to attend the Cook- Bri ney wedding. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gray returned last week from an absence of some time at Tacoma, where Mrs. Gray attended a teacher's college. Gray is a member of the force of teachers in the Emmett schools. Mrs. Lee O. Miles, who has been spend ing a couple of months in military service—first as instructor in the training camp at Fort Douglas in Utah, and later as inspector of the military organizations in Idaho—re turned home this morning. C. E. Williams, a former watch re pairer in the Newcomer store, will re turn about Sept. 15 to take his old position. He has been working at Herrin, 111., the scene of the coal miners riot and massacre of a few months ago. Glenn Campbell left Wednesday for L*Grande where he will teach this year. His sister, Miss Frances Camp bell, left to attend school at Salem, Ore. She will visit relatives at Sheri dan, Ore., first. Mr. Campbell accom panied them in an overland trip to Ontario. Boys' mahogany English sehool shoes, sizes 1254 to 2, priced $2.69; sizes 2(4 to 5 54, priced $2.95, at Gol den Rule Store. Miss Mae Mulligan, who has been visiting her brother Harry for several months, left Wednesday for a visit in California. Mrs. Harry Mulligan accompanied her to Payette, where she will visit a few days. i IMP I: j. 1 I Wu IÆ | ! m 'fSl K'j '-»Jr it I ê They're Here-the Newest Fall Clothes for Men $25 to $50 Styles that meet the preferences of the man who has reached his mark as well as styles for the young man who is climbing —they're all here, just taken from the packing cases. Among the new models are the four-button coats and sport or Norfolk styles as well as conservative clothes. Values are as important as ever. Strong lines at $30.00 to $38.50 E. C. Keith & Sons The Cash Grocery BARTLETT PEARS Just Right for Canning. Nice ones, last, only While they 5 c lb Vinegar In any quantity. A choice article for canning pur poses— 40c gallon CHAS. L. MARTIN, Prop. GET LONG VALLEY HEAD LETTUCE at your LOCAL MERCHANTS The Gem Creamery pays 4c pre for sweet cream deliverel at mium station. Painting, paper hanging and cal Walter and Harold Brown, cimining. 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 Dry Mash and you will get good returns. Co.-op. Exchange.