The Emmett Index, January 21, 1898
Town Talk, mentions Mrs. Church, George Gardner, George Dietz, Clayton Knox, S. A. Sloper, George Jackson, Anna Jackson, Lulu Jackson, Boise Riggs, S. A. Pattison, Rev. Atkinson
Town Talk, cont. - Mrs. Finley Monroe, Park Wardwell, Mr. & Mrs. J. H. Ireton, Mrs. Stem, Mr. & Mrs. John Bane, Charles Baker, Frank Bannister, Charles Gilson, Mrs. Stover, Guy Francis, Bob Blanchard, Jake Woods ("Indian Jake"), Jud Allerton, Col. W. H. Dewey
New Arrivals - Son born to C. B. Knox, daughter to William Bates, son to William Fuller
Marriage of DeLoss Knox & Effie Fulton
Falks Store Items,mentions Mr. Cave, John Nelson, W. S. Stuart, Andrew Rasmussen, Kesgaards, Klempenny
Good Templars Meet, Charles Lockerman, Pearl, was in town . .
Gone to Alaska - E. K. Hayes & Charlie Hinnegar?
E. K. Hayes notice
Barrett - Do You Wear Shoes?
McNish & Allen, Valley Store
House For Sale
Blanchard & Wells, Kelley & Womack, horseshoeing prices
For Sale, 120 acres, Boise G. Riggs
Wanted - Trustworthy and Active Gentlemen or ladies . . .
Mining and Scientific Press
Page 4 (back page)
The Emmett Index, S. A. Pattison, Editor
IOOF Lodge, Finley Monroe, Sec.; Thos. Russell, N.G.; GAR Post, R. A. Badley, P.C.; Methodist Church, T. W. Atkinson, Pastor
O.S.L.Ry. Time Card, Geo. L. Alley, Agent
James W. Barrett, Notary
Overland Hotel, Ransom Corral, Bancroft Hotel, The Office (Drinks & Cigars), Boise
D. W. C. Brown, Pool & Reading Room
D. W. C. Brown, Undertaker
Final Homestead Proof, Ezra Bradford, witnesses, Charles H. Gilson, Alta Jane Gilson, John J. Bannister, Frank Bannister
Russell & Reagan's Hardware Store; Sloper's Sample Rooms; The Fashion Saloon, Judson Allerton, prop.
Little & Boone, Reliable Merchandise, Caldwell
Don't Go to the Klondike without Taking Along a Winchester Repeating Rifle
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