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THE OAKLEY HERALD
VUL 14 OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, JAN. 13, 1911. NUMBER 47 To Our Readers . , AV1X ,„ made a r rangements with the NOVEL MAO. A/LNE whereby our readers will receive this new, splendidly illustrated, interesting monthly magazine j We have THE THE 3 NOVEL months NOVEL for Magazine Magazi ne 10c This is a trial price. T publishers are anxious to have our readers become acquainted with this new publication which promises to be one of the snappiest, brightest and best mag azines ever published on the Pacific Coast. It you will send 10c to the editor of this paper, with the name and address on the coupon printed below, you will re ceive the NOVEL MAGAZINE for February, March and April, all tor 10c. Don't delay, but send for it at once as this offer will be withdrawn in a short time. OAKLEY HERALD Solid "NOVEL MAGAZINE" to Fill This in Today Name Address City • 1 Enclosed Find 10c WHAT IS THE "NOVEL MAGAZINE? The NOVEL MAGAZINE is a 48 page illustrated monthly. It ie full of stones. It will be read with great interest by every member of tlie family. Its pictures are-well produced on good paper. The printing is of the highest character, the type large and icadable. The subjects, though full of fascination and interest, are clean, wholesome and moral. The magazine is especially adapted for every member of the family and once \ o". read it, you will he a permanent subscriber. This paper by a special arrangement with the publishers is enabled to make this offer and we urge our readers to take ad vanrageof it. ADDRESS OAKLEY HERALD OAKLEY Another Holdup at Milner. , ,, , ,, ; Another cowardly holdup oc curred in Milner last Tuesday night. Tom Dobson of Basin, while passing through the lower end of town was brutally at tacked from behind and beaten into unconsciousness. The rob bers-secured a gold ring and a small sum of money. Although Mr. Dobson is able to be about lie shows the effect of the as j.iult. Is it not time that the i. citizens of this community took . active steps »0 stop these out rages: In no other pari of this country does the writer recall | such public indifference as lire-, rvails in Milner regarding a like condition of affairs. — Milner I I Success. Good Woman Passes Away I _ Mrs Deseret Cummins, wife of Francis M. Cummins and moth ' er of Mrs. B. P. Howells, of Oakley, died here Wednesday after an illness of four months' duration, which was suffered with the patience and sweet res ignation of one who all her life lias effaced self in saintly sub mission to the Father's wiil. She was the daughter of Ilar dnd Dorcas Severe, and rison was born in Grantsville, Utah, May 18 , 185 <>. Married F. M. Cummins March 14 , 1872 , at Grantsville, Utah, where they lived until April 14 1880 . When they moved to Oaklev, where they have since resided, She was the motner ot 11 children all of lilt, inouiei Ui 11 eiiuiiicii, an Ol living, and all but She lived and died a true Eat , . . . 1,1 ter-Dav baint, and was rightly proud of the honor of having had tile first Mormon meeting ever held in Oaklev held at her « PL _1 ~ _ ___ house. She passed away p? ate * fully, strong in the faith of the everlasting reward of a life well and noblv spent, upheld to thç , , - .L. 1_ portals ot the palace of the King by the presence of her lov ■ whom arc lour married. * n S husband and .'ill her chil ; dren but one The funeral oe cürred Saturday, and was at tended by a large gathering of sorrowing friends. The Herald extends sincerest sympathy to the bereaved hus-L band and family. / What a Famous Editor Say*. The editor of the Taylor-Trot wood Magazine wrote to one ol his friends these words: You asked me to notify you if I saw an opportunity for a safe invest ment. I have it for vou. I never kncw-twitil now what a good op portunity tot a money-making | investment this magazine You ased me to let you af forded " I , . I doing m on the ground floor, and I am S< > rhis same opportunit\' is given I a11 who riesire to be a stockhold 1er and a Life Subscriber to the Taylor-Trotwood Magazine. One share of stock (par value $ 10 ) and a perpetual subscrip tion to the magazine, both for $ 10 . Let us have vour order now. This opportunity is limited.! Write Taylor-Trotwood Pub lishing Co,, Nashville, Tenn. NoH e.U, hereby «tv» thatOI»m C^p.wll of Almo. Lasst* to. ioa . win »on Mhv it. l«09 | e aï N wacïnï's Rne !'' 4 - :ß r» is*•>- R»nm-s«Bn»»Rot«* m«t | dliu , hfts Sled not.li-* of Jmentlou to make I Bnall crnnniutntlon proof to establish claim to ihe la.'.labuvc Uvs.-fUjed l) l fo'-.-J | It ( iihoon I S-< emmls-toner, at Almo, Idaho, oil the Ul. day oii-vurmu-y, mil cialniatii names ,, witnesses: John Hull. ' P. F. HOHNE. i - * IT 1 . 1 * o llOUgntclling OC V lSSCF I ARCHITFTTS Altem 1LW10 TWIN FALLS, IDAHO serial No. 05923 NOTICE FOR l'UBLICATION DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. U. S. Land Office at Hailey. Idaho, December 5. 1910. The new apportionment bill recently introduced gives the. state of Idaho two congressmen. j Reminds the Herald of the mo , ther Caning: " Jimmy! Wh,t are l you doin R ?" "Nawthin'." '•Johnny, where arc you?" "Here. "\\ hat are you doing? "Helpin' Jimmy," In the Herald's article ot last t h e week, "A Square Deal, Oaklev Hardware Co. and the company ot H. W. Thompson were inadvertently omitted from favorable mention. 1 he Messrs, and Thompson have been among the Herald's most valued friends and patrons, and have been consistent advertisers, - The law makers at Boise have Oakley baggage and transfer 1 lanzel swung into line for the transac tion of the routine business of the 1911 session without friction or clash. Newspaper reports from the capital mention flatter ingly Oakley's senatorial pride, Hector C. Haight, and Burley's efficient vice-executive, Lt.-Gov. Sweetser. The writer has al ways thought that had Ex Gov. Brady had more political discernment and sacrificed self for the party's good, in favor ot his able lieutenant, Idaho would now have a republican, instead of a democratic, executive. But Cassia county's turn will come next, and the logical candidate will be either Lt.-Gov. Sweetser or Senator H. C. Haight. Locust News Mr, and Mrs. Hawkins have returned to their home iu Utah. They had a very pleasant time while here, and liked the country very much. Young Lott Udey had a horse fall with him and throw his col lar-bone out ot place. He is suffering very much with it. He has been attending the academy aftd staying tit his sister's, Mrs. Gép. Elison's. O. B. Pickett and wife took a tjnp to Boise last week. Mrs. A. A. Tanner and hus band have been to Boise on a visit. / Word comes from E. W. Mc Bride in Louisiana, that they would like very much to be at their home in this ward. They don't like sunny Louisiana as well as they do Locust, They have been sick so much they are homesick to get back to Oakley. Will Jenkins has taken the contract to haul about a hun dred and sixty tous of ice for Chirk Lee and others. Several men from Locust have been help ing him haul this week. Mrs, Minta Craner is staying with her sister, Mrs. Jim Walker. Mrs. Walker is an invalid. Dther Wilson had the liiisfor* tune to quite seriously injure his toot recently. ; Estelle Benson and babe are visiting Mrs. Benson's relatives! in Oaklev. , . . , , . _ Notice is hereby given that at z p. m. 'iJ'p h °"n' l*Yi State of Idaho, before B. P. Howells Notary Public, proof will lie submitted to ; of the completion of works for the di ion cul)jc foo , pe , econd of the version ui i cuuic iwi per »cconu oi tile waters of Spring in Cassia County, and u f the application to beneficial use of said water in accordance with the terms and condition* of Permit No. 6445 here tofore issued bv the State Engineer of of the State of Idaho. i. The name and post office address the person, or corporation, holding said permit, are Bert Lee, Oakley, Idaho* 2. Said works will be fully completed on the date set for such completion, and the amount of water which said works are capable of conducting to the place of j use, in accordance with the plana NOTICE OF PROOF OF COMPLE TION OF WORKS AND APPLI CATION OK WATER TO BENE F ICI AL USE. ic Opportunities Opportunities for men of char-1 j acter are not hard to find. A I , bank account is an evidence ot l Character and a bank book show In> , reg ular deposits is the pass poit to opportunity and the kev to success. Enroll yourselfas a depositor and become a member of the "Opportunity Club." Don't torgec that the bank ac count is the first step toward success and fortune; protects your family in emergencies; edu- cates your children; makes you independent; gives you a staud- ing in the community ; is a valu- able aid in anv enterprise unher- taken anywhere b y anybody, under any conditions. One dol- lar will start a bank account 'j-witli us. Why not begin today and have at least one of your idle dollars drawing interest and at Work while you sleep, We'pay 4 per cent on savings deposits and compound the in terest quarterly. Farmers Commercial & Sav ing Bank, Oakley Idaho. i All parties knowing them selves indebted to Idaho Drug Company will settle at once or accounts vv -11 he placed in the hands of a collector. STORE ROOM TO RENT. Large storeroom on main street in Dahlquist Building. Living rooms in rear. Apply Kay Dahl quist, Co-Op Store. Constipation is the cause of many ail ments and disorders that make life mis erable. Take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, keep your bowels reg ular and you will avoid these diseaaes. For sale by Oakley Pharmacy. SERIAL NO. 03352. NOTICE LOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U, B. Lund Office hi Ilailwv, Idaho December 31, 1910. Nojticejs hereby given that Anson E. Thom pson» assignee of Edward T. Barber of Good ing, Lincoln County, Idaho, who or March 201 h. |W )8 ni. de desert application, No. 2107, for Lot 1, and HE 1-4 NE 1-4 of Section ti, Twp 12 south, Kante 20 east Boise Meridian, lias till'd notice of intention to make final proof t.o establish claim to the land above described before A. C. DeMary, U. S, Commissi oner at Burley. Idaho, on thc27th day of February 1011, Claimant names as witnesses: Edward T. Barber and Rert Fink both of Gooding. Idaho, Ira E, Stunsell and damns M. Bower, both of Artesian City, Idaho. P. F, HORNE, Register SliRlAL NO. O3325. Notice for lic-I'uhlicntion. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Hailey, Idaho. Nov. 17th, 1910 NOTICE is hereby given that Lmile J 3 raun of Twin Falls, Twin Falls County, Idaho, who, on April 19th, 11107, made 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 . Tw p. 16, R 17 F. H. hi. has filed notice of intention ;to make Final Prcof to establish claim to the land above described, before John F. Bansen, U. S. Commissioner, at his office at Hansen, Twin Falls County. Idaho, the 17 day of J. nuary 1911. n Claimant names as witnesses: George Vliet Aaron E. Harris Edward Braun Peter Oe All of Twin Falls, Twin Falls Co., Ida P. F. HORNE, Register. A. F. O. NIELSON, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SI ROBON Office over Red Cross Pharmacy Office Hours: in a. to J p.ni. and 4 to 0 n.n OAKLEY IDA II O. , compsnying the application for such per ■. • ru |,j_ f nn J v YiGV cP Z * , seco . n 5 1 of 1 I l'Ç use to tv Inch said water has been applied is irrigation and domestic of —— B. P. HOWELLS Attorney at Law OAKLEY , IDAHO purposes, and the amount applied beneficial use is i cubic foot per second. 4. The place where said water is used is SW 1 4 NE 1 Sec. 33, SE 1 R 23 E. H M 5 . The date of prioritv which said user is prepared to establish is August 5th, 1910. to Sec. 22, S 12 NW 1-4 Sec. 32, T. 15 S! . i 4 , 4 NE 1 4 D. G. MARTIN, State Engineer. Now is the Time I to buy your Overshoes. Mens one buckle, 95c per pair and up. Boys sizes 2-12 to 0, 85c per pair and up. We have all kinds and sizes. Come and lie convinced that our prices are lower than the so called SALES PRICES and our prices are GCOD all the tiime. a Price the one-price man. Oakley, Idaho O €> Q O e n Q o Td © ■A—< % WÈÊk m © m r a i 'ill Ml Iff Si in W ig 1 © : -n «V i ■ - V . m ■ M3 n': .1 or the _ a safe Place Put Your monÏyTnasafe Pi. ace ! OUR BANK IS A SAFE- PLACE W!, Ask those who have banked with us for years whether or not they like our business methods. You wish to cross the ocean in a ship that lias ridden many storms? Rather than to keep your money yourself, don't you want to put your money in a bank tjiat, knows nothing but success. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK. The Old Reliable, ail mis reg a THE OAKLEY STATE BANK. The Bank with the Backing. <4 ft Milner Drug Co. s I Milner, Idaho When in Milner make it a point to call on us. We carry a complete line of Drugs, Candies, Toilets, Etc. i Sarah E. Lynch Hotel Grinnell Milner, Idaho Tames Tada, Prop. Miluer, Idaho. BOARD AND LODGING Good Meals and Comfort- \ able Rooms Meals at all Hours k I Good Service and Courte- ' Ous Attention - Good Home Cooking ■ Meals at all hours. RATES REASONABLE i WE DEAL IN QUALITY! If you want gcod goods at right prices, trade with us. We handle a complete line of sta ple Groceries, Hardware, American Fence, Stoves, Ranges, Etc. 4 Longenberger & Belmont Co.