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i i tin midst o| I hi ei owd alio
I >d.ed steadily at the hoys
said to liimst It
, t i lits rate I ho e boy#
<oou go aiterlv to the
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i w imi lull
b ■ t «i hoi I, I • ill le I Ile I . 'I III I
< | lie Imys rei eivrd the m
^ i 1 1 1 • limit"
i e {grd mi l grimy to , o b>
« ami h on Sand ai s.
irf i ■ at plan
'I he next
.iv, ■ crowded w il Ii t he «ami
i 1 i«« ol ihtMrea
I 1 idea ol a bee <. hool oil
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to
npi
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i n f - .r the i esc' a- of children
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(mH h/|pg ago mm long taught
*o»d»v seHoot -Prom
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w rt ich
il
ht
liar*',
ig Davis' "'ffieri
,% » hol ts,
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1 lie Knoc m r.
the
flat
< person in (own ».
nfho \f ei
some one or soin,
iisti , tint) general)
tie I* ij itt, bee *us*.
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you Id make
or
fiat, sinxilii
if, he woe 1*1
to tr < to v hip hu»/
rattling
rat rat
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In* c in in i i t lu m jit, ii j* lie a pai
11 mil v liliinl ami 'un hit t c 'milt
'■nwii r t hau
ul a town U p< I soil.
Ai \ mt * f.it* Kat. I ul a
I' nu. ami y I m
•mi hi I hin„ go«hl, t ;
weight tn tut lalllilv at-rut
I tii ii little
te e t the g< •«, <11 lung
ie I »on
e*i n' Imnt m «ay
lorn
i al fa t - ra t ti 1 1 < t orgue i I i ont >.
to k««p i. -t II,
l.amniar an in ihm
lies uni not
l" l< '• low a l.oimthn ; -, o i in.
hrtMtrtinj to lmili up. |
i In.p
•t usi it
iv iv into lartherjloi
«peril v mil *si ■ !
i on i piano to I
finishing ouches J
to yotit hti' iiu a liy advertising!
I i ; m r ; tiiu will
die anil
each other and'that,
to
l k a watch the
m .■
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11 ' K / 0 111 list»
I he eh .n i y f n |o vu,
to hlaze
t I.
civilization, p •<
1 in libilii v.
pa It he pi i in
t ,,
I oral
m your
rvei i me en m i, e
plensa >t ti 'V m i
•t e ra a par oi i slant Ii i s
the w I ii< I ol pin i ;ri ss, si , 1 1 it to
t nriling and
■>( t'idre I'm lev will main toward
making a fit *,
( tail < our knorkin.' alt I go to
pushing lot all you ne w a th
lliti u v Hulk tin.
R I s«t my, o ,. ibi.iii, ami the
othrf b Dr, À. F. O.
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Dr. Nuilwn Appoirtted
County l^iiystt n.
Tlie b dl. Mt m, ; i« h - mt t he
Count v Coir mis doners >r 'ceed
at Ibiou
In Id
mgs
KMli, 11*10/
a miary
The
ipn «t a 'ti ol
I 'hi sieat'i
rmg a j
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lot Du
Count i
lor hearing
tag year ea lie ,p
there being I wo mis on tile off i
iag to do «aid vv k o»
In Dr
I I „ k ley
ih , m >rx
pi 1 1 » m al work
h r)U . ( (,, r t | l(
quirt d by con
-■.ii ■ • : ' IT . ' »0 m i p i
in ndditii n t In'ii tu t
t he sum
«ptetiou ( fall 1 h
j» the courtly, tlu t ol fir
itig for t hr sum i
coveting »11 work
Story ns will ns
,ti«|H'C* ion of tlu
after due eonsirleratn
i eccivi
U* 00 t eh fi r I he in
si ll** *1 houses
. Neil
000 00
< >n
I,. , a I, Di
o*v ring the j
i'll*/ ' hous*'s,
it was
considered that th* m .i made
ii, if of the I
by Dr, Neilsoti was tin lowest
t he t *vo bids, t ic
Coiit.ty IMiysieiaii it Cassia
C maty for t Ii- - ensi i g yen'
ns II» Mitpoti i wan, d to Dr j
Neilsoti, and he is here I
to furnr ii a I»»,id
$.* ODD (* i lor the j
f t hr eon I
f,
B
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r, <*
r* (f ie ted
in the 'ton of
faithful perform*
Ifn, I to be entiled ji,| , with 11»
Hoard of C
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f Nätult.
rrs
nil
Sj*oiliug tii' l ao
0
hv t
it is p' t pos* d ,t
sr* ms
drtfii 2'>tl feet in < igh ! m iosstl»'
W it fiin
ml e*i
fiioltimoe
M* teb Ii tchy V-dlejr,
tin i/atei s *>f t * at
tens'- *>f nearly id*'* tr. as t<> San
; He ch I ieieliy
re air is u part **f!be
V( sémite N it* > ml \', rk. an
He» i voir ti e wan is
FnoUrhitt k fti and firing i
S« i Hr #nei-*eo
sine si« <1 1 1 e I*
the
a ills
Vr» K i*c *.
Vail y it »
Th
I bi
tit
•ill in
m ♦ of nature.
I o
w ba a
see ns
are n**w i m* L
pie ■ sure
than it ti
it
string te jeeti >n
Hcd that t ..r Vug
i
■s* tr- (|ui ntid t>
eeke tn
I »•
ters <f tW % agar*, kivci w
the 1 alfsf t
tdi/,.
Dor»
♦ng file
face
teilt d« I" v
I
Mill»
I kl i
wn*
% th
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not'
age ami ti little in the next un- !
we have retiehed the
.\Iilleni.il Dawn. llow 1 1 *• \m
int. They knew neither good
t \ il. They li\ i (1 in a dim i ti
w here there iv ns perpetual mi mn •
All t lie k now led. e t b ha
man la nul i ai c in post eus .on i I to
ihn has been learned lit tie here
ami a lit lie I here, a little in one
er.
til now
know we have reached the Mill
mini Dawn? We know it (oi m |
| the following reasons:
first, There is an Internation j
nl 1'ini'c Movement which has |
it's object the banishment ol
! wait s ami it is only a nmttei ol
I time whin thcic will he no ttim'e
J wars.
Sco ml; there is a niovelm r't
looking to the hanislunen
povcitvby leeogni/mg I l*r; ict
and'that, the earth belongs to'the
mhahiia ds thereol and not to a
civ who would monopolize it to
lu del i inient of his lellow mm.
j
ere 11 o d by leaps and hounds ;s i t
m-.ri basin lia pr v us age
1 worjd Ii nat getting v. f#
o,<| wickdlir but ijjser »ad
'I In tread of mui.lTimiV
I hit * I ; t here is a itrivenki:! to
have all nations speak one I. g
tilge, m otla i wort Is to Imveone
uuiversul language that may lie
taught to all nations and mi
di i amid the same all ovet the
earth.
I '»m I h; t here is a movent' at
have one Universal Religion
a lb ot lu i food accepted am
1 1 p mt a that all mank i id may In
■ ■ -tii.il 1 1 >gc t he i m one Hrolacr
hood,
Lilt; S'■ i• nee has rent lied that
int that nu n by it k now leilgi
lieii'il ran < oat roi l he elements
In
I
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ol nature and men have become
■ il 1 1» y wetc gods in t be fli sit.
In this age knowledge has in
»etter.
■ i ' '■
rds mal not doivnwar<\
Il i he world was gitiiag wick
p p a i a' tilt n gi I wiser there would
re t ■ oy i at ion instead of pro
gressioti.
The good there is in the hearts
"f tl'* Iminan family out dose the
j evil,
'
I In- i- an age ot might y
NVIiat have von to
, orders
v tot iis my brothri «; ate \ ou a
along those vi ho aregiving I ear
v sn) p it ti e cry good more
I im i't w hich is intended tobetiifit
all mankind,or do you go about
k i - i long i v* r y good thing that
com« s along.
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The file Worth While.
To live Indy for, and in nia
ter ini pleasure, is to keep in the
primary class of tluit school and
i r* fuse prog less, tobighergnmr».
Il» ii» , ivi'bnd who ufipieeiates
phi *-i' d a ml mental sides of
existence and takes on interest
in spiritual matters can never
live the really worth while life
t I
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Man is a triangle; and lie it
linormal if am '.nr s.de of *fiis
fini tgle i dw ift I, He is like a
toe whi' h roots deep in to earth,
and spr* -id« o*p f -draggling, w idc .
i !» s, but dot* not ; iow up
into t be ligtit.
Ur
ii not met the Intel)-ei
. with a sttoug physt
brow, and indli
ho scoffed at any 'ilea
ho, if he
off, turned a listless
look, anil an iudiflcrcnt ear. to
any remark upon spiritual sub
il)
II
na
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of life imuiorta
( >r
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And have you not felt that
whic h accompanies ;
isallv de
not
il»
J'*
shock
the first sight of a pli
formell h
Sana
'K
liven
such a
person
ti
s on refer*nee to sf.
nttui
ua
rd hu
l* tee
Dung Iron, h
IM*
n
wmltty
livrff
I
th
n# imi iroi
ter
! which mai lie likened to the
ultra violet ra\ s, vaciing heal
in. ami heautv "ii their hennis.
tain vibration,
tins nl lav one D; vine mliei it am\
nn \ not speak oiit;hut he rad '
ntes a eei tain SOMETHING
livery emutliii
we eonceal in oui lu its sefib
lot ill its viht atinn.
who has an awakem d eonseioe
The uVa!
flie man who is agnostic, in
| dillerent, otan unbeliever in ant
j ol existence, cannot radiate this
| light heeattse he has not provid
t*d himself with the spiritual
mechanism which produces tlu
violet imvx
j 1 hing lu i oiid this physical plain
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H^uzmc.
I' ive 11 und red
Dollars In Gold.
D. Ii. Hurley ot the Oregon
Short Line l oad, mid the instiga
tor ol the special lecture train
that recent Iv toured this section
of the state, has offered a ]igize
of live hundred dollars in /gold
lor the best acre or ttutnlier of
teres of potatoes raised bvviny
firmer oi, land that is tribu(\ta
lo the O, S L. road) Later on
Mr. Hurley will issue a circulai
stating just Imw this grand
prize will be divided and award
ed, so ivnii'h the columns of this
paper lor lutljer information on
this subject, also he on the look
out lor some extra good seed
and go after this prize, for if the
formers of this valley will make
sn eflord to raise the potatoes
I here is on «pu ut ion ns tu where
the pi ize will go for there is no
pince touched by the O. S. L.
1 hat can t-'isi'.i bitter crop of
'"vt'iing ihan ti'i;• llagerafan
Vu'.ley .— lieget mail Sun.
Keep Religion on»
Ki ep religion out of the new*
papiia hi Mm- peojilc sav tous.
Sonn 1 iv it for one reason and
some lor another.
Some say it
bee oise they believe there is no
good in religion and sonic be
cause they think the time and
place to teach nMigion is tit
church on the Sabbath dnv,
that t dig ion is to be taught
onli by those who have been set
apart Inn ing authority. There
up' mmty different views in re
gard to the matter.
"Major I'red K. Reed, says:
"I have no use for a Sunday
Cluistiau believing them to he «
menace to the upbuilding of the
hum oi family and a stain on the
leal religion, 11 im a and women
are light they are right Tuesday
i or Saturday a* well as on Sun
i day,"
Major krr*l we think is a little
radii al but there ts some truth in
what he says.
s' and upon middle ground be
tween the Christian and the In
fide), IntelleCtunly he is a giant
but h
I Wc believe with the Major that
religion should enter into every ;
act
i any religion.
.
He seems to
Veil* ration is shallow
• /f oui « life if he or she bas
j <)rover Cleve land's widow
is lo lie vote il tt I »elision of $5000
a year, to which site is entitled j
i Nevertheless it impresses one un-j
favorably to be told that she i*
; living in Lnuannnc, Switzerland.
j' inorder to have her four child-!
Hither, Richard, Francis:
rrn
n*l > trover —educated.''
Ileril
home being in I'rinecton, within
» st<»iii''*' throw of the humus
mild think it
eostlv and
irivtfMly, one
oth be
t riotic
home
less
rilui'rtUr
n* j
ner
lint ii
Jrivtr Tiiikh,
Railroad T° Oakley.
The hi iho Southern Railroad
truck ivas laid to main street
running west front Oaklev, 1
Wednesday night. They had
only to cross the street Tuesday
morning to he apott the north
im si corner ol what was known
is the George Cratter ranch,
where the depot is to he Imilt.,
It looks good to the people ol
O.iklcy to see Oaklev connected
with the halanet of the wot Id hv
rail. Matty of the town people
and those living outside the
town gathered round to see the
Hi am horse and the crew of
trnNUnver* as they came itt for
the lirtfVtime. One old timer
who hus\ been a resident oi
I hi'«ley tttoVe than .'10 ye its earn*
m town Wednesdav from the I
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lie Imd las wife along
west.
mid as he drove in the Iron
Morse was with in a stones
tin oiv of the l oud. lie said to
his wife: Well mother 1 have
often wondered il l should live
long enough to see a Railroad
built to Oakley. Now l see it
oui its no dream.
Tie good roid
Movements
I
A great deal is being said in
the Idaho and Idaho news pa
pets in regard to the good road
movements which was held te
ci'ti tl v in Salt I .like City. It
sounds good to read about, good
roads but it is a displeasure to
drive over some of the roads we
have around Oakley. Wc arc
ready for the good rond system
tobe put ia operation at any
time Some ol our roads around
Oakley are under ice a mile at a
i retell and it is a difficult matter
to get through them at all
Where we are having had roads
at present we shall nave good
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SOMETHING TO WEAR.
.1 per n ut Discount on all ( 'Ii ihlnn's, Misse* awl
nadirs llJOtf Fall and II inter Coats. Il e tilsu make the
same liberal tliscomd on about .'Id Men's Suits and 1'J
Men's and Younp Men's Overcoats, which we desire to
close out.
' Il V wish to make our customers this offer while the
season (/inlands I hem, and assure our fronds the greatest
rallies ever off red them for the price named.
People's Union, Ltd.
Jno, A, Hi. ison, Manager.
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We keep a

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large and in rod assent ment of Fur
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and Hanges, Etc.
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Call in and examine our stork.
You will find our prices are surpris
ingly loir, when the epi alii y of the
good, in ran g is con idcred.
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romU in I te w months to
When
come.
water overflows the
streets in the winter time treezee
np. it is a ditUcult matter to
control it.
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Bids Wanted
lists wanted for clearing, flowing anil
suivi i ,iei-. i«f land three miles west
oi N'.iikI P i). I-or particulars write to
M. W McMillan, Roseville, Ills.
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HIGH GRADE
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SHIRTS
WE WISH TO j
ANNOUNCE THAT WE
NOW HAVE THE FITZ
! SHIRTS FOR SALE
IF YOU HAVE WORN
Fill OVERALLS. DUCK
COATS OR CORDUROY
SUITS YOU KNOW Fin
MEANS QUALITY
STRENGTH AN^ ffT
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