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Got Badly Burned
Mrs. Lethta Critchfield, widow of Eugene Cntchheld, deceased met with a severe accident last Saturday. One of her jieighbors sent to»boT*row a stove rake for raking ashes from a stove, stove rake was upon a shell higher than her head. She was reaching up with both arms and in drawing the stove rake front the shelf above, by some means or other some powder laying on .the shelf exploded, were both badly burned to tin elbows, and the hair ol her head was,hurned in front. There was The Her arms iome matches upon the shelf and it is supposed the matches must have caught fire from being rubbed against the stove rake 0 and the powder by that means caught fire. The Star Amuse ment Association will give a moving pictures entertainment, and a dance in Nelson's Ilall on Saturday night lor Mrs. Critchfield benefit. Commercial Club Meeting There vv.'ts a rousing big meet ing of the Oakley Commercial Club held in the new bank build ing on Wednesday night of this week. The most important bus ines* before the club is a move ment set in motion to advertise Oakley and surrounding coun try. A committee to prepare matter for advertiseing this sec tion had been appointed at a tjievinhs meeting. A very in Éresting synopsis along the ad puti.sing line was reported to Further matter is to ^jdlu the synopsis or skele Ht maped out and a •Äddisheri. The ad van resources of Oaklev, MHBcv'h surroundings are 9H9Kuhodied in convenient K" ftjj; sending out to enquir era abroad P. Oldham and J. &- Randall, are tiic aclver tising committee. $bçfr.fwfis more than twerih of Ike brain lest men of this section'll the country at the meeting. Five or six ne -v members were recomend ed to become members of the Club who being present signed the constitution at the close of the meeting. John McMurray is president of the Club and W, J. ■ Mitchell secretary. Those pre sent at the meeting were ns follows: John McMurray Dr. Oldham S. P. Worthington Moses Smith H. C. Htiight W.J. Mitchell D. P. Thomas John Adams L. A. Critchfield Dr. Goodfriend B. P. Howolls Dr. Neilson V A. A. Tanner Jas Worthington Thus. Clark W. M. Worthington. f,r L'lub. II S. E. Ilale J. B. R a ml til Wm. I'oultou Henry Voyce J. S. Hanzlev Edward Hale W. H. Martin Dr. Lowe W. T. Holt I A Word About Sickness Mary Baker G. Eddy, who is said to he the greatest living woman of this age, says it is not the muscles that get tired j but the mind. The muscles are I no sensation and cannot know i what it is to tire any more than ^ a \\ heel that turns t ound. Every I , sickness which people call sick ness of the body she declares is material substance which have only sickness of the mind. Cure! the mind and the body gets well, j If people would get out ot the ! notion of thinking they were sick they would not be sick. It is the mind that get sick, she dc dares, and not the mortal body. Mind and spirit aresynonomnus tenus. Most of people use the term spirit. Spirit lias mind ; and it is hard for mortals to make a distinction between mind and spirit. I i The Oakley constable and city mar- ■ shall bumped together last Saturday and ' d as if there would be trouble but utf truoHe, things have calmed HraiHstt/ j ■ Local and Personal. , _ . chanical end of the Herald print shop, Don't miss the guaranteed en'erti ment at Opera Mouse Feb. 16 I in Watch and wait the Golden Rule :*'>re will open up for business on Satulday Feb tu in the new bank building \ Answer Return to Parkinson Lost —Black Spanial Dog to name of Dude. Cate, Oakley and receive reward Dr. I'lumstead, a first class entertainer Feb 16 at Opera House. We are pleased to announce that we now carry a fine line of the latest maga zines, and fashion books, one at Mrs. M. /. W Halverson. Call and get .1 , . . supervision of the local postmaster at j , )ak | ey . H. J. Wells and Wilburn Rose, passed test examination on Saturday last, for the position of Census Enumerators. The examination was held under the TheWceter Lumber Co. Ltd., gave a banquet to its yard managers Saturday, Feb. 5th, which Mr. J. L. Heywood, who will have charge of there yapl here at ! tended. The banquet was held at Poca tello, Sunday evening, Feb. 13, iqto, at 4th Ward meeting house, Elder |. L. Hey wood «ill lecture tomen and boys only Subject, Physical and Mental Manhood. All men and hoys invited. Owing to the cold weather we were de layed with the building however, we will be ready for b tsiness by Saturday Feb. it;. Every one is welcome. "The ( .olden Rule Store." Abramson & Simons, Prop. Those who attended the dance and supper given by the Commercial Club on Tuesday evening at the Light Air Park l'eivillion reports having had a swell time. There was a very large turn, out. There was speeches and songs and dancing to the delight and satisfaction of all present. About 160 guests «ere seat ed at the tables which were loaded with all that the heart could wish for It «as a grand affair. John McMurray, one of Oakley's sue cessful sheep men has been feeding of bis bands of sheep near Milner until recently. He was feeding corn straight down there on account of the scarcity of hay. 1 Ie has moved his sheep up Oakley, now where he can feed hay and corn. Mr. McMurray is feeding two Hocks of sheep near Oakley now. He says the high price of hay and gtain will take considerable of the profit off from wool. one near Also an illustrât Valentine Show \ and ^all Valentine night, Feb. 14, will witness a fine show of pictures, songs, and those splendid musical instruments played by Mr. and Mrs. Morris. ed song: by Master Fred and Courtkind Morris (4 and s years old), at Nelson Hall A big dance and valentine party at the rink will follow the show. Bring your valentines and put them in the valentine box. Music for the dance by Moultrie and Morris. A Saintly Man. By A. A. Tanner. A saintly man I love to see With heart and hand and morals pure, Who prays to God on bended knee To make his souls sab ation sure. A saintly man 1 love to see Who holy keeps the Sabbath day And worship the Divinity, And seeks the straight and narrow way. A saintly man 1 love to see Who six days in the week is straight, As any Christain Saint should be To be a Christain up-to-date. A saintly man I love to see Who has a broad expensive mind, Whose heart is full of charity, Not foi a few, but all mankind. A saintlv nr.an 1 love to see Who has no jangleing to do, And who from every debt is free, And doeth some honest toil pursue, A douhtful man , hate to sce who kicks at all religious creeds, And thinks all men like hint should be Wll ° scatters wide discord seeds. I he Typewriter Seated at my table stand With typewriter under hand, My finger tips I command To put in print my letter. ! bless the man whose thougtful mind, The typewriter gave mankind, Through which letters we may grind, It makes them look much better, 1 used to writ« in pothook stvle, To see them pothooks you would smile, 1 But now I find it not worth while, I pound upon the old typewriter, ' Click, click, click all the day, With finger tips I pound away, When 1 have newsy things to say, j At times I touch the keyboard lighter C. (i Klison ha» brought his sheep in j (rom the desert to feed them at Oakley. /Tt is expected that the Southern Idaho branch railroad from Milner to Oaklev «'ll ha\e the track laid into Oakley some time the tirst of next week The track is no» laid »ithin three or four miles of . . Aliramson cV Simons, of Malad Citv, is .i 1 1 g%r i,„ nUfn « /■ i . u i or better known as the Golden Rule Store, have lease the new »tore room in the bank block, where they will conduct a first-class establishment of all kinds of ready to wear apparel, from the infant up T he above firm is well-known at Malad and that vicinity, having worked up a good reputation there. They promise to do likewise here, They are here to stay and assure the best of treatment, out for the large circular. ! Oakley. There will be a turnout of the c j,j 2ens D f Oakley on the day the track is laid into Oakley and that day will be call ed railroad dav. Look Why You Should Raise Beets. There will he a public meeting held in the fourth ward meeting house at Oakley on Wednesday, February 16th, at 7:20 p. m. W. A. Masters, Field Superin tendent for the Utah-Idaho Su gar Company will address those 1 J present upon the sugar beet cul 1 ° ture. The people of Oaklev and . . 1 1 - Vicinity should not fail to lie present at this meeting. 0 SERIAI, No. 05258 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. l T . S. Land Office at Halley, Idaho, Jan 22. 11110 that Joseph O. dalio, ade Homestead 2 .. 2.81 No b.'EH, for E-4, Sec. ;i.2 and VV-2, SW-4, Section -Tt, I "\vi ship !2 s Range 21 E 11. Meridian, has Hied notice of Intention to make final Com mutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, ocforc Joseph V. Ilalghl,Clerk of the Hist . Court, at Albion. Cassia county, Idaho, on the 2Htli day of March, 1910. Notice is hereby glye , of Oakley, Cassia Couniy, June loth. 10 i Ht, Osin who Eiitry l-**erlal .\ 8 E-4, ciat mant I'oulton and Loren/. Idaho. Jolin 1 ver Rose, of Marion, Idaho. as witness Saniml f Mai it.u. a mes Gerrard , Oaklev, Idaho, M ilhntn I*. I BURNR K« gister. SERIAL NO. 02918. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. I S. Laud Office at Haiicv Idaho 3. 1910. A Ly '•etnher .1. Notice is hereby given that (i man. of Oakley, Idaho, w in» 28. 1904» made Homestead Entry, SerluJ No. 099181 No. 9481. for 4\Y-t, 8E 4. SK-4. SW-4 b and N\V t. NE 4. .\ ic-4 NW-4 I ship 15 S. Range 2.1 E Itoise Meridian, has tiled police of lnienlltMi to make final live year proof, to establish claim to the land above describe"«!, before A, C, DeMary. C S. Commissioner at Burley, Idaho, on the 21st ! •h UR) CJalmant names as witnesses; John H. Caulield of Oakley, Idaho, and John H. I Fairchild and Albert l> L«*e both of Basin I Idaho, and James H. Worthington of Burley N Tow sec. I îîjïilo. ! _ j dav of M. j ' j V I HORNE. Register, Gents Furnishings A First Ckiss Line Carried in stock by C. E. Davidson Opposite R d Cross Pharmacy. Clean ing and Pressing carefully attended to. Orders taken for Tailor-Made Clothes, and satisfaction guaranteed. B. P. HOWELLS ; OAKI.KY IDAHO Attorney at Law A. F. O. NIELSON, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Idaho Drug Store. Office Hours: It) ti.tn. lo 2 p.m. and 4 to 6 p n OAKLEY IDAHO. DR. J. O. LOWE, D ENTIST »•rt Office over Idaho Drug Store DR II. GOODFRIEND PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON B IhiHJInir *c*tr '-*»• '-tr''V't;'!/* 'J* VV*V'.2!/* 1 r*t:'L'**/ 4 1 ■[ O Ü . WImrirMmmfvm lD)mm Co, * h\ V & Carries the largest line of :« i? Vf i« iç ï' Fresh Drugs and ( '/inn irais, Toilet Articles'and Stationery, and 'Those (rood Cigars." 1 j; ;c V» V" & V* 8 « 5 ' SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL OP DLL'S. ta y* Vf ■ - j Serial No. 014}. NOTICE FOR HI BLICATtON. is of KCI'ARTMI.ST OK HIE INTERIOR. I' S. Land Oftirc at HaMt-.v. Tilalio .Inn. ll-t ttlu Notice Is hereby given that Martin L OWleberry, of [siuiol. Cm hr- la Ca»nni y who. ou .I um* 21*1. 1908 made lies« r* t E »tt> Appluath.ii Serial .No OU.ti, >... L. 4 .', f.»i W-2. SK -4 SW 4 and SK 4 . MV-f serti. /n :s 2 iowtiKliip 12-', kxnge 22 e.ist. Boise Meridian has filed notice of intention tu make Hunt ( proof, to estatdl.-h eluim to the land above <ic>.rib*'] before Joseph V. Haight. Clerk or i the District court, nt Albion, Idahti. 2.'nh day of April, nuo in ! , r c 1 lall V unt - ** witnesses: Albert II und Henry Croft all of isiami Idaho, of 1 * 1 **'router, up a to is Mali.. ill. CREDITORS NOTICE. KSTA TK OF ALPHEUS ( '. WORTHINGTON, DBCKASED. Notice* In hereby lhut Letters of Adrniiiis tralion on the Estate of Aipheun < \\orrh ifigtou deceased were pr inted to the midt r stgtt on the JOihof November 1909 by the Pro bate Court of Cassia county. A i l persons Claims against 8 lid ("state «V reDuired to exhibit them to me for allow * a. my residence at Oakley Idaho with In four months after the date of this notice or they shall bcaorexer barred. This full day of Feb. I 9 lu >°ii' V ts J' ,,rub / >(!''»•„ that ut a p. m m, Hic» 12th day of March, I91U, hi Oakley, y, f * : "t« iwfor.. 1 «. r. Howells, N. p. proof will be submit ted of 1 I 1 "' cmnpti'ti.m «r work* fur tin- cuvi i-t-.n ..t I 8cubic feet per second of the waters of Hui-kimm . r. . u amt 4 cubic a ht s. v i;<i ,.i Lubbers (luleb creek in accordance wit h t he lie "'«ns nml ••tmdti !<>■■» of il otrlitin permli heretofore issued by the Siale Engineer of tiu. smt.. of Muhn. 1 The name of the person holding said permit Is Alice A Poultnn. 2. Tin* postoffice address of such person Is Oak ley, Cou uty of Cassia, Stale of Liuho. 3. The number of such permit is 4428, and the date set for the completion of such work is March III, llMtl. »R1SULLA WolvTII 1 \(»T()N Adminlsi ratri \ It IV Howells. Any for Estate, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ater lo lx* u.aeil for Irrigation and tinniest le pu rposes. f>. Sulci wot ks of dlv*'is!on will lx* fully eoinpleti'd on l lie ti;it ** sei for such comple tion, x ml ! In* unionnt of water which said works arc capable of conduetintf to the place of intended use, in accordance wit h t he plans aocompxDying Hie application f< nut, is H.4 cubic t> The annum? « f lactl for wldch said wa ter is available Is 440 acres particularly dc scribed as follows; W-2 ami SK-t NR-4. ; W -a .N W -■! and W t BW-4 9m 24, I p. 12 S lv*.,2u, K It M. Jas. Stephenson, Jh. Si ate Engineer i O. -Tt, V. of per second NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. SK K I A L NO. 07635. Hailey, Idaho, Laud office, Jamta r v 24, 1910. Notice is hrreliy given that Sa to a Fe Rail road Company, of Topeka. County of Shaw nee, state of Kansas, has filed In tills office Ills applicat Ion t o locate under the provis ii'iis nf Act of Congress, approved June 4th I »97 |'U) Stats. H t«> and Act approved March Urd, 19 à RH Stats. 121441 the following described la ud, viz: NE t, N E- 1. Sect ion 19 i . M S R 22 I .. H M. A 11 v and all persons cla Iming adversely t he lands described, or desiring to object be cause of the mineral character of the land any other rensan, to the disposal to ap D'irant. should iile t mil affidavits of pro or before the lf»th day P. I HORNE, lieg is ter. S. ! H. H. 1 est in t ids office, "f M;ir. )>. ltni). E. !.. Garrett, Agent for Applicant. FO R F E ITC R E NOT i C E. To H o, Haight, h1> heirs, successors or assigns; \ arc hereby notified that the under j signed has expended in labor and improve ments tiles sum of S'x Hundred and Fifty Hollars for the years 1906. 1B07. 1908 and 19(H), ' upon the follow ing claims, to-wit: j The Lit tie Jewofl group of mining claims. • moisting of the Little Jewell, Koselmd. Humming Bird, Snowdrift, Ruby, Dexter and Mahogany; sab! claims being -hunted t he left fork of Fairchild Canyon, halo mite Mining district, Cassia County. State of Idaho. And you are further notified that if you do not. within ninety days from the date of tin'll publication hereof, cause to be paid to the undersigned your proportionate snare of 'tiki expenditure, as co-owner, your Interest in said claim will become the property of tin* undersigned, under Sei tIon 2924. Revised Statutes of the Lulled States Joseph 'EDER Date of tlr*4t publient Ion January 7 1910 Date of last publication February 11, 1910 APPLK'ATlON FOR tlRAZISO PERMITS. NOTICE Is he reby g'von tlut all applica tions for permits to graze cat i le, horses and ; sheep within the MINT IKON A NATIONAL FOR EsT during t he season of 1910, must, be Nh**l in my Office at Oikhv, Main», on or be fore February 2«. 1910. regard to the grazing fees <utl information in bo charged and blunk forms to lx* used in making applica tion will be furnished upon request WM McCOY. 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