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THE OAKLEY HERALD
VOL 14 OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, DEC. V, 1910. NUMBER. 42 SPECIAL SALE! AT Mrs. M. Z. W. Halverson's Oakley, Idaho BEGINNING MONDAY, DEC. 12. ! i I I PER discount on ail Coats and Suits 25 CENT Ladies Fancy Waist, Silk, Lace and Net, $5.00 values for $2.50 Come and do your Xmas shopping! I BOOKS for Boys, Girls and Grown-ups. Every dollar you spend gives you chance on our Beautiful Doll. ! a Eu. >*Kan£re.:r,r: jugaa L^syraasnsnsaibii::. sasasom AH Streets, Even the alleys and country lanes, lead to THE OAKLEY CO-OP. STORE We are Headquarters for all kinds of Winter Clothing* Dry Goods, Trimmings, Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Me.i's enJ Boyid Su'ls and Fur nishings, Groceries and Hardware. Ageuts for A ÖPS A N a> D CJ u i It will pay you to set* us before spending your money else where. 7 Watch for our Special Sale i Today and Tomorrow. \ Tfte causey Co.-Operative DR. J. O. LOWE, B. P. HOWELLS DENTIST Attorney at Law OAKLEY, IDAHO 8i«»,„Offiee over Idaho Drug Store Ezmmaam&ssrfmsaBBOBac. I Ezmmaam&ssrfmsaBBOBac. I t tty) ■'J >3 i ■■ I ! PI !•& : -~"T : S-fr: m Felt « i I A I am going out of business the first of January. Going to sell out my entire stock at a Great Reduction! worth $25.00, now $17.50 $13.50 $5.50 1 6-size Hamilton 17-j 20-yr filled 1 8-s Waltham or Elgin 1 5-j 20-yr filled case, worth $ 1 8 now 7-j Silveroid case, worth $8.00 now Ladies 0-size Waltham 1 5.j 20-yr filled case,worth $2<> now $ 1 7.00 worth $22.50, now $15.00 Hamilton 1 7"j 20-yr filled case, Waltham or Elgin 1 7-j 20-yr filled case, worth $20 now $1 5 $11.50 1 8-size 1 8-size case, 1 8-s 44 4 4 44 $15 7-j 20-yr Ladies 0-size Walthan 7-j 20yr filled case, worth $18 now 25 per cent off on all other goods ! All goods are first class and if goods are not as represented your ^eduction. Coupon these prices. 44 18-s 44 44 44 44 44 44 $15.00 refunded. Now is the time to get your Xmas goods at a great monev hlDDLE. THE JEWELER & OAKLEY* IDAHO* Put Your Idle Money at Work An Start the idle money you have at your home toenrnin" interest. | We take small deposits that in interest, | j n time, with accrued makes your till grew up into a | substantial quantity. Put your idle money at work. If you have no bank hook bring in a deposit todav and get one. The minute you deposit your money in our savings department it begins to earn interest. The business rep utation of our directors and the .experience and ability of our offi cers with a record of years ol successful business is sufficient guarantee that the interest of ! every depositor will be carefully i protected. The steady growth I of this bank tells its own story. I Bring us your idle dollars and we will harness them up and put them to work for our mutual benefit. We pay 4- per cent interest on I savings and compound the inter ' est quarterly. Farmers Com mercial & Savings Bank. iTwin Falls Business Men Hunt at Milner On Sunday morning a party of Twin Falls business men star ted up the river in a gasoline launch in search of duck and geesd. Some of the crack shots of the country were along bnt the game must have been rather scarce as they returned with about fifty ducks- The members of the party were: P. J. Holohan W. S. Vincent, C. M. Scott, W. T. Wood, Dennie J. Holohan, O. M. Gaut, j. M. Maxwell, J. G. Galiher and A. N. Serague. The party had dinner at the River side Inn and returned to' Twin Fulls Sunday evening. ; ! Xmas Auction Sale Perhaps you are wondering to buy your wife for Christmas. Well, here is the dope: ! H. L. Abramson is going to sell i \ his four rooms of furniture and invites the public to call and look at same. The furniture is all as good as new, only been used four j or five months. This furniture j will be sole! at auction on Dec. ] 20th, so wait until then and buy your furniture at yonr own price. Remember, this is all high-class furniture and as good as new. j -^ Good rooms to rent, $0 per month. Inquire at this office. 3BBDBaBisHEBBBEEraHBasEraaBa3i&j^5araŒS!ass!*sa«afflii^^ra^^araBMŒiraŒH|inŒB An Interesting Even ing's Entertainment Oakley people, young and old. cannot tail of being interested j n the second number of the Hawkins' lyceum course to be given at the opera house here; Monday evening, December 19. The entertainment will be a lecture on travels in Egypt, by Mrs. Edith G. Humphrey, stall lecturer for the Board of Educa tion of New York City. The lecturer, in harem costume, and aided by 130 splendid slides and souvenirs will tell the las cinating story of the Pharaohs' land, the streets of Cairo, the fascination of the Sphinx and Pyramids, what the Sphinx stands for, the caravans, the harems, the mosques, the tem ples and the people. You were not disappointed in the excel lent number ol this course giv ert by John B. Ratto—you will not be disappointed in this. Be sure and attend. A TREAT FOR OAKLEY There is perhaps no book written that has been more widely read by both old and young, than Bertha M. Clay's masterpiece, "Dora Thorne." So intense has been the interest in this beautiful little novel, that it has been dramatized and presented be fore large and appreciative audien ces in almost all the large cities of the world. The 4th Ward M. I. A. committee on drama are sparing neither time nor means in preparing this beautiful drama to present at the opening of ihe Xmas Holidays, Fiiday evening Dec. 23. The services of W. E. G. Ellerby, Mrs. Bertha Severe, Mrs. I). R. Langlois and others have been secured to enter tain in singing and otherwise during the evening, and this together with a Grand Ball at Light Air Park Pa villion, immediately after the play promises to be one of the greatest ; treats ever given to the people of ! Oakley. wlint_ c E Davidson The Tailor has' ! received a fine and complete stock of gents'fine dress shoes, among them the famous Buster Brown Shoes. A. F. O. NIELSON, M. D j j ] offlce 0Ter Idaho Dm* store. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 to ß p.n 1) A II O. lll>n _____ l. D- Cowan, j engineer and surveyor, is located temporarily at Homedale, Ida., but eX p ec ts to return to Oakley before OAKLEY Oakley's efficient the spring business opens. Did You Ever • stop to tliink 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! Don't you think 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. you John N. Price Oakley, Idaho IF ME MAD ONLY .SAVED HIS MONEY!! % A Mm lis .'?• 'y'v '/. À ffftS n" 1 / ytyi* AS)ff. j jggipE; ft MM ' Si IT WOULD BE SAFE IN T HE BAN IK NOW Yniu Regrets will be poor conciliation to you in that hour of need. Your friends will be glad to help you, if it were not that they had just "had to uße that ready cash they had." The road to independence is self-independence. Keep yourself in a position to help yourself. Put your money in the bank. MAKE ()UR BANK YOUR BANK. "The Old Reliable, THE OAKLEY STATE BANK. The Bank with the Backing. 99 ii STOP AND LOOK The Oakley Cash Store v ill save you money on all goods bought there. Come once and you will come again. Remember, 1 will pay the highest price for all kinds cf furs. Bring them in. Oakley Cash Store, A W, Jensen. Oakley, Id-ho.