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• ■ ~ v 1 ( ■v THE OAKLEY HERA * f *-i H NUMBER > • •* VOL 14 \ OAKLEY, CASSIA COU^TY^ IDAHO. FRIDAY, NOV. 25, i a l o. 4a x n Did You Ever *K ■top to think of the many times you have gone to town for some article, made the rounds of the stores and finally found it at Price's? you could save a lot of time and trouble if would TRY PRICE'S FIRST. By the way, Santa Claus opens up at our store Nov. 28th with a complete line of toys at prices . you can afford to pay. Don't you think you John N. Price Oakley, Idaho E. V. GORRINGE An) 'Vog the Harness Line manufactured to order. Repairing done on | he Shortest Povrible Notice. Old harness traded in for new goods. I (SucceRpor to Gorringe & Read. Oakley) Harness and Saddlery, Whips, Spurs, Blankets, Tents, Wagon Covers. . . . First-Class Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. H Oakley, Idaho A. W. JENSEN * HAS OPENED THE OAKLEY 6flSH STORE Good, Fresh Goods. Low Prices A First door east of Mrs. Halverson's millinery store, witjj.a new fresh, and up-to-date stock in all lines generally carried by a first-class general store. Give me a eall, and I will prove to you, that in goods and prices, my store will be a great benefit to Oak lev. Yours for business, ?! A. W. JENSEN. I 1^ IDAHO SOUTHERN RAILROAD ,*> TRAIN SCHEDULE -, >, .Daily, n. ' Loodi Bennett 1 No. 1 No. 2 Arr. 5:40 p.m. Lv. 5:05 p.m. Lv. 4:50 p.m. Lv. 4:15 p.m. Lv. 4:10 p.m. I.v. 1:00 p.m Lv. 1:15 p.m. Lv. 1:50 p.m. Wendell Lv. 2:05 p.m. Appleton Arr. 2:40 p.m. Jerome Effective February 17th, 1910. F. C. BUSH, General Passenger Agent. D, C. MacWAJTERS, Vice-Prcsicftht & General Manager MILNER Sfi NORTH SIDE RAILROAD Time Card. Effective MojijJay, August i, No. 4—Daily ' Stations No. 3—Daily 1:00 p.m. bv. ., Milner Ar. 6:15 p.m. 1:40 p.m. Ly. ''Church Ar. 5:30p.m. 2:00 p.m. J.\, Marion Ar. 5:10 p.m. 2:15 p.m. Arf,'\ . Oakley Lv. 5:00 p.m. D. C. MAC WATTERS, Vlce-Prlsidenf and General Manager, j • - Milner, Idaho. ■ F.; C. BUSH, General Passenger Agent, v Cîèîfding, Idaho. T. H- FARMER Local Agent. lDg •I j 1910. Special Notice. Commencing Monday, No vember 28. we will start a free delivery wagon, delivering with iu lipi'ts which we shall later designate, all mercliandire pur chased at this store and desired delivered. »PEOPLE'S UNION. Ltd. A. F. O. NIELSON, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON id 4 to 6 p.ft ! Office over Idaho Drug Store. Office Honr* 10 a.m. to I p.m. ar OAKLEY IDAII O. I B. P. HOWELLS • Attorney at Law OAKLEY, IDAHO i G. W. RUDOLPH V »teri nary Surgeon Wil^ be in Oakley first Friday j Saturday each month, : -At Little's Livery Barn j I L D. COWAN Surveyor & Engineer Oaklev, Idaho. Work a Specialty. i ; «r Sarah E. Lynch Milner, Idaho. 1 i I BOARD AND LODGING Meals at all Hours • Good Home Cooking KATES REASONABLE ¥ Order That Royal Thanksgiving Suit Today ! h or a Royal Thanksgiving he Royal tailored. Give your body as worthy a feast ontthe outside as in side The Royal Pallors, of Chi cago and New York, make their local headquarters at this store. We have their resplendent display of Broadway woolens, and they recognize usas experts in taking measures lor their tailor shops. Many have already ordered. Come—who will be next to get one of those swell suits at c. i. Davidson DR. J. O. LOWE, DENTIST ü^.Offfiee over Triaho Drue Store Dr. O. M. Drake, the Eye Spe cialist Will vif c Oakley again Decem ber 5-G-7-8. Office at Mrs. Hal verson's. For all eye troubles, consult him. - Houghtalmg & Visser ARCHITECTS TWIN FALLS, ! * ■' IDAHO STORE ROOM TO RENT'. Large storeroom on main^street in D?ilil(|uist Building. Living cptist, Co-Op Store, )'< rooms in rear. Apply Ray Dahl fi Basin Items. Received too late far lust week's Issue.) The basket ball given on the 15th was a grand success. Baskets ranged in price from 75c to $1.20. The j ed by several couple, and was very ; hard to determine, being finally awarded to Mrs. Frank Fairchild of Oakley and Altred Chapman of Ba sin; cash prize $1.50 Mining experts Oliver Tatlock of Qakley, and Joseph Cooper of Poca tello, were visitors in Basin on their way to hairchild canyon, three miles i eas.t of Basin, prize waltz was beautifully contest to do development John Fairchild sold, a few days ago, 2 thoroughbred Poland China work. sows and pigs for $75. Anyone furnishing the desired in formation will confer a far-reaching favor. Following is the letter: "Danville, 111., Nov. 16, 1910. T. J. Murphy—Enclosed please fi n d $1.50, my subscription to the Herald for one year. Your paper has great I ly improved in the past six.months, ! your correspondents assisting great ly. Give us an interview from some one who is working on the Oakley reservoir, and how they are pro | Pressing °n the main ditch. 1 am I expecting the Herald, under your management to become the best newspaper in southern Idaho. I am yours. T. Ü. Westmen." The edi tor will present the man who first turns in a suitable reply with the best cigar obtainable in Oakley —not to exceed 50c. For Sale. A pair of Percheron mares and new harness. Mares broke to drive and farm work of all kinds; 3 years old, Illinois-bred, ami a great bargain. H. G. MORRIS For Sale. Four hundred cedar posts; 440 i rods of woven wire fencing 42 inches j high; 2 new farm wagons; 3 galvan | ized stock-tanks; 3 thoroughbred I Poland China pigs. H.G. MORRIS, Oakley. SERIAL NO. 0651 CONTEST NOTICE Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho. 1 Nov. 8th iQjo. i A sufficient contest affidavit having I been filed in this office by Augnst Drussel, Oakley, Idaho contestant, against home stead entry No. 0651, made November 21, 1907, for S 1-2 SE 1-4 Sec. 15; N 1-2 NE 1-4 Sec. 22, Tp it So, K 25 E. B. M., by Lide Chapman contestée, in which it is alleged that said entryman has wholly abandoned said tract: that he has changed his residence therefrom for more than six months sinee making saidenty; that said tract is not settled upon and cultivated by said party as required by law; that over six months have elapsed since the date of the entry and said entryman has failed to establish his residence upon the land or to place any improvements of any kind upon the same: said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m on January 2d, 1911 before A. C. De Mary, U. S. Commis - 1 sioner at Burley, Idaho, (and that final nearing will be held at to o'clock a.m. on January 9th 1911 before) the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Offi ce in Hailey, Idaho. T he said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed Nov. 3d, 1910, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice cannot be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. ! P. F. HORNE, Register. C. T. HARTE, Receiver. Notice for Publication. Notice of proof of Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice hereby given that 2 p. m: on the 16th day of December, 1910, at Oaklep, County of Cassia, State of Idaho, before b. p. Howells, proof will be subm tied of he application to beneficial use of 3,2 cubic feet per second of the waters of east fork of Goose creek, in accordance with the terms and conditions of Permit No. 4227, heretofore issued by the State Engineer of tfie state of Idaho. 1. The narre and postofflee address of the person holding said permit are Mar tin L. Oklebi-rry, island, Idaho. 2. The use to which said water has been applied ip irrigat,on and domestic use. *' 3. The amount applied to beneficial use is 3.2. 4. The place' where said water is used ! is w 1-2 of se 1-4, and sw 1-4 of ne 1 -4, se 1-4 of nw 1-4, sec 32, twp 12 s, r 22 E. it m. 5. The name ol the canal or ditch or 'lotne works by which said water is gofr ducted to suclt p&ce of use is Thatcher Canal and individual ditch. 6. The right id take the water from sûch works is based upon Permit No. I/227 7. The source of su suck water is diverte Goose creek. The date of the priorit user is prepared to !9p8. ipply from which d is East Fork which said sh is Decem rionty estahli D. G. MAKTIN, State Engineer. be . tr 17, i<3 •39-4'< ' ï '•> It Makes a Difference. A. Ower, representing the Conti nental nurseries of Rochester N Y 5s in Oakley on business, Mr. Ower called at the Herald Monday, for 1 i business cards, and. referring to our ! price of $i. 25 for 100 business c :rds i ! or $3 per 100 0, displayed a company j j card, sent out by his firm to its I aRent , which " C08 t $2.25 per inoo " I ! Let's see: The company card has on its face three comparatively large lines, and six lines in smaller type; on the back are 24 lines, 21 eins wide, in agate, the very smallest typo used in the very largest city newspapers. ! However, at that, the eastern print er made a good thing, from the fact that, after being once set, the form was stereotyped, and probably hundreds of • thousands of cards ! ,rn P res810n - reckoning a man working one single 1 hundred, in a country office should ! ; be able to furnish them at one-tenth 1 1 , . 1 could 8 ° to the timbered hills, fid : canyons, and transplant their own trees, for nothing, but thev won't, printed, probably sixty-three at an According to crude of $2.25. He can't. The people About thé first work the writer ever did at the Herald office was td put in $14.50 time bn a. job .on which his predecessor had put in three days' work, and taken at $8. Eventually the Cassia Stake Relief Society paid $14, instead of $8, but even that fell far short of covering the cost of printing, stock, etc. The writer glories in work, but the plaudits of the multitude will not pay grocery bills.—Oaklev Herald. How to Acquire Wealth "Now the man that saves his money as the seasons come and RO Is the man you will notice will some da}- have the dough*, While others may be careless and throw their cash away, He's adding to his bank account a little every day." The only sure way to acquire wealth is to be honest, work hard and save a little ofyourearnings every day. Open a savings ac count with us and pay ull your bills bv check. Each check will be a receipt and you will know just how- much you are spending. If you are not a patron of this bank consider this an invitation to become one, We know our re lations will be mutually profit table. The possession of a bank account should be a matter of intsrest to every member of the family. You insure your prop erty ^gainst fire. Why not insure your loved ones against poverty? It's wise to open an account to day. Wc pay 4 per cent interest on sayings and compound the inter est quarterly. Farmers Com mercial & Savings Bank. W. M. Garvin Ih Dow located in the % SHOE SHOP! kinds of shoe repairing, r 0 LOOK FOR THE BIG BOOT South of thé Post Office, where he will be prepared to do all Hotel Grinnell r. ■< Milner, Idah O James Tad a, Prop. Good Meals and Comfort àflte Rooms 1 Good Service and Courte ous Attention v o 1, * Meals at all hours. V none^ mooiv Mm |u\nitu\£. 9 :W,p^C you wonJiö. ■v «gy Jiutta. cit Jtolf ^ • 4» 1 i j I I • ï . L 4 i ■' ' S • . K fr\ i. '2 ; ,, \ y, I, y / / -r •3, / c U °o or* »? \ ! 1 1 yfoncy ntapn font f youn<f makkied eoujifc: jfouk money wi^ÿô a 6on<f way iß you eome to uy ßok tfiat ßuhnitu^. you Will ßind ife quality oß ouï ßu>m ~ ituke fut tfie jykieey Sow. iß you aie ßiyükin^ wfietHek ok not you ean aßßokd to ßu\niy(t a (vonée^ eome to uy and M uy you. > The D. P, Thomas Furnfture Co,, Oakley. \ Every Life has it& DECEMBER. Have you in the:/m »MONEY BANK? Sim* i 55 $ 'VV ' ^ tbs % *yj AÀ/'Ü' Why not fîenide to seciïï-e yourself to-^yy against old age sickness and loss of employment? Don't take chances of an unexpected strain on your finances. Inconjes melt 3way before these demons, expehse and extravagance. Bbgin now to put yovtr money in the bjink; Hbw welcome it will be in that needy, houc-that is apt to come. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR "BANK. Hie OW Reliable, , % THE OAKLEY STATE BANK. . Vc v » *5 91 ii I Mf The Bank with the Backing. • -44 99 St A. ; All Streets, Even thê^alleys and country lanes, lead to STORE. OAKLEY CO-OP. THE We are Headquarters for fall .kind*»ol Winter Clothing, Dry Goods, Trimmings, Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Men's and Boys' Sui^ a!hd Fur nishings, Groceries and Hardw Agents for & t are. stucieDaKer wagons ? Buooies IV^fit pay yovi to see us before pending-your money^elde where. 1 T/ ? • ' ; Watch for our Special Sale i Today and Tomorrow. The Oakley Co.-Operative f * " y >V' -, i \ ■ 0 jr rr t r . ?