THE OAKLEY HERALD
OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, DEC. 30, 1910.
The Last Day of Dec.,
at 4 p. m. Will Decide
who wins the New Buggy
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Everybody who has tickets should be
there. Remember we shall still con
tinue doing business at the old reliable
Wishing you all a Happy New Year
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WANTED SOMEONE TO PROTEST
Indifference of Tenants Meant Uhat
Patrick Had to Buckle Down
to Hard Work.
Patrick ^as the laziest man that
ever tried to hold a job as driver of
a coal wagon Three mornings in suc
cession a sadly disgusted Patrick was
routed out by an energetic yard mas
ter to deliver coal at a little past
7 o'clock in quiet neighborhoods
where the outraged citizens threat
ened to shoot Patrick, hang Patrick
or. at the very mildest, arrest Pat j
rick If he dared to move another lump
of coal before 8 o'clock.
"Vtirry well, sur-r-r," said Patrick j
amiably each lime and curled up in '
the early sunshine for half an hour's
O11 the fourth morning his route
lay In a different direction. At the
same unearthly, hour the first busnel
of coal rattled down the Iron runway
Patrick shut off the outflow and
looked up at the windows. Not a
head appeared, not a voice hade him
desist. Patrick sighed in disappoint
ment. Another volley of coal was re
leased Still no protest. Then Pat
rick wearily crossed the street and
routed out the Janitor of a big apart
"Say,'' he said, ''ain't nobody in any
of these houses got spunk enough to
kick because I'm unloading coal be
lore 8 o'clock?"
B. P. HOWELLS
Attorney at Law
via Oregon Short Line. Tickets on sale
December 23, 24, 25, 26 and ',1, and Jan
uary 1, and 2, limited to January 9. See
Agents for rates and further particulars. I
UAKLEY , IDAHO
FOUND BOOTY OF PIRATES
Long-Hidden Hoard Recently Discov
ered in City Close to Capital
Word comes from Columnar, Spain,
which is less than 20 miles from
Madrid, of ah interesting discovery of
buried treasure, concealed by bucca
neers during the eighteenth century
A workman wLo was digging on the
site of a ruined castle near the town
unearthed a number of old Spanish
gold and silver coins,
his discovery to his employer and
systematic search was made in the
After laying bare the foundations of
of the Mi
^^late from the time
had been carefully sealed bv the • uc
a dungeon which
In this apartment, the walls
of which were of extraordinary thick
ness, were two rusted
filled with treasure.
The contents of the chests
carefully examined by experts, who be
lieve that they form part of the booty
obtained from ships captured
than 150 years ago.
Portuguese money formed the bulk of
the treasure, but many gold and silver
ornaments, including vases, jewelry
and ecclesiastical plate, were also
contained in the chests,
tions continue under government su
Old Spanish and
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Is now located in the
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South Of the Post Office, where
he will be prepared to do all
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allldB ol Shoe repairing.
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j Harry Moore is a frequent vis
I itor to Milner now-a-davs.
L. T. Palaeer is a Milner vis
itor this week.
It is reported that Mrs. \Y. C.
! Edwards is quite ill.
Miss Mollie Collins of Oakley
! is aguestofMrs Geo. Weldon, *
j E. Porter left Friday Erenia*
for Ely,Nevada where he will re
! main tor a short visit.
Mr. anil Mrs. Leslie A. Mc
[ Lean spent Christmas Day in
Twin Falls with relations.
E - c. u aynard «topped over
at the Inn Friday on the way
to his home in Heyburn.
Mr. O. S. A. Bickel was in
; Milner on business this week.
J R. C. Parks spent Christmas
■^S'jWith his parents in Nampa
Gene Parks stopped over in
Milner for couple days on his
way to Oakley.
C. A. McClelland is spending
the holidays at the Riverside Inn.
The business houses of Milner
report exceptional good sales
during the last week.
Judge Howard was a guest of
Fred J, Marshall ol the North
Side during Christmas.
Mrs. Nora Merritt spent the
holidays with her mother, Mrs.
M. E. Merritt of Milner.
Quite a crowd of Murtaugh
people attended the dance
Thos I Jenks was a Twin
Falls visitor during the week.
P'rank A. Fenill ana wife have
to Murtaugh. C. M.
Roberfeon will handle the meat
shop for Mr, Fenill.
Miss May A. Boyle is visiting
friends and relatives in the east.
Mr. E'rank Webb spent Christ
mas day with Milner relations
The dance given by the Fire
men's Ass'n Christmas Eve was
a big success. Music was fnr
nished by Freidman's O-ichestra
of Twin Falls. Another dance
will be held New Year's Eve by
the Ass'n. Everybody come and
bring your friends.
Mrs. A. S. Hovey spent Xmas
day at the Riverside Inn. Mr.
Hovey will make
months visit to his home in Hel
The children of Milner and the
North Side enjoyed the treat
given on Saturday afternoon
last. Songs and speeches were
rendered by the Milner school]
followed by Santa Claus who
gave all the children gifts.
Thos. J. Jenks and E. E. Bauer
spent Christmas Day in Salt
C. C. Wellburn was a Twin'
Falls guest Friday.
Quite a number of the North
Siders took in the Christmas eve
dance. We are glad to see this
and hope lor a larger delegation
A card party was given at the
home of Mr and Mrs F A fohn
| son on the North Side Friday
even ing- Dec. 23. Among those
present were Mr .and Mrs. Carl
I Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George
j W. Hays, Mrs F. J. Ward, Miss i
Josephine Jacobson' Carl Dudley
George Baker, Roy Baker, J. D.
: Wa rd and the Shepard brothers.
W. C. Stark, Hanes T. Fulton
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Tho *' tterworth and 1-rank
Landes spent the week cad hun.
A Happy New Year.
On the threshold of another j
New Year we want to pause to
thank our friends and patrons
; for the very liberal business ac
corded us during the past year,
j As one and all you will soon
turn the corner into the New
Year, look back a minute over
the road you have been travel
ing the past year. Have you
»aved anything for the "rainy
d »- v " thHt ncver -V to come?
Huvc * ou bcfn true to y™rself
and your family? If not, once
more before you step out into
the pure New Y'ear call at our
bank and make a deposi 1- , if
only of one dollar and in twelve
more short months take an
other retrospective glance and
I see how much pleased you will
be with yourself and with the
way your dollars have
multiplied from the one little
seed you planted in our batik,
Ian. 1, 1911. We wish every
young man in the community
would start a bank account
with the New Year. It would
not mean much to us but it
would mean lots to them.
How many will make the ex
periment? Have your idle
tnony drawing interest for you
on the first day of the glad
New year, 1911. This is our
advice and like salvation, its
iree. Try it While the feeling
of good fellowship is in the air
and gobd resolutions are being
made for the New Year, would
it not be a good idea to resolve
that you will save more money
during the coming year than
during the past one; then come
in and open an account with
us and then watch it grow.
We pay 4- per cent on savings
deposits and compound the in
Farmers Commercial & Sav
ing Bank, Oakley Idaho.
Notice for Re-Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Hailey, Idaho.
Nov. 17th, 1910
NOTICE is hereby given that Emile
Braun of Twin Fallt, Twin Falls County,
Idaho, who, on April 19th, 1907
Desert Land Entry (Serial No. 03325)
No. 1767, for SW 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 2, and
NW 1-4 NW 1-4 Sec. 11. Tup. 16, R
E. B. M. has filed notice of intention Jto
make Final Prcof to establish claim to
the land above described, before John F.
Hansen, U. S. Commissioner, at his office
at Hansen, Twin Falls County. Idaho, n
the 17 day of J. nuary 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Aaron E. Harris
All of Twin Fairs, Twin Falls Co., Ida.
P. F. HORNE, Register.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets do not sicken or grip, and may be
taken with perfect satety by the most
delicate woman or the youngest child
The old and feeble will also find them a
most snitable remedy for aiding and
strengthening their weakened digestion
and for regulating the bowels. For sale
py Oakley Pharmacy.
A. F. O. NIFLSON, M. D
PHYSJCIAN AND SURGBOM
j Office over Red Crogs Pharma«*
re: 10 a m to 1 p.m. **d 4 V«l p.n
OAKLET I D A H O.
Good rooms to rent, $6 per
month. Inquire at this office.
ting in the cottonwood canyon
The party refused to be inter
viewed as to the amount of game
they brought back.
It has been reported that C.A.
McClelland is very fond of dan
cing and prize fights Jimmy
took in the masquerade Ball at
Burley Christmas night^^^
Milner neighbors, give your order
for hatter wrappers to C. E. Baird
i business manager of The Success,
C. E. Davidson the tailor, of
Oakley, does first class work in
cleaning, pressing and remodel
iag, and will pay the express one
Now is the Time
to buy your Overshoes.
Mens one buckle, 95 c
per pair and up. Boy« sizes 3-12 to 6, 85c per
pair and up. We have all kinds and sizes.
and be convinced that our prices are lower than CV.
the so called SALES PRICES and our prices are
GOOD all the tiiine.
Price the one-price irçan.
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Make up your mind to save a part of what you earn and
'et it stay there.
How else can you get ahead,
in our bank will not only help you save your money, but will
compel you, nt all times, to have
correct account of your
MAKE OUR RANK YOUR BANK.
The Old Reliable,
THE OAKLEY STATE BANK.
The Bank with the Backing."
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just. Cadies^ tfrele ate many tfringS
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The D. P, Thomas Furniture Co,, Oakley.
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