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THE OAKLEY HERALD
U^lWfÂ COUNTY, fpj VOL 14 OAKLEY, AHO, FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 1911. NUMBER 48 To Our Readers We have made arrangements with the NOVEL MAG AZINE whereby our readers will receive this ntpe, splendidly illustrated, interesting monthly magazine THE THE 3 NOVEL months NOVEL for Magazine 10c Magazine This is a trial price. T.ic publishers are anxious to have dur readers become acquainted with this new publication whi&h promises to be one of the snappiest, brightest and best mag azines ever published on the Pacific Coast. V If you will send 10 c to the editor ol 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 for 10c. Don't delay, but send for it at once as this offer will be withdrawn in a short time. OAKLEY HERALD j Send "NOVEL MAGAZINE" to Fill This d Today I Name ; Address -I : City Encloied Find 10c ' WHAT IS THE "NOVEL MAGAZINE? » ? The NOVEL MAGAZINE is a 48 page illustrated monthly. It is full of stories. It will be read with great interest by everfy member of the family. Its pictures are well produced on gold paper. The printing is of the highest character, the type layge and teadable. The subjects, though full of fascination interest, are clean, wholesome and moral. The magazinel is especially adapted for every member of the family and one? you read it, you will be a permanent subscriber. This paper by a special arrangement with the publisheis is enabled to make this offer and we urge our readers to take advanrageofit. id ADDRESS OAKLEY H ERALD-OAKLEY THE NEW WAY OF SMOKING MEAT 1 By applying two coat* of WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE directly to the meat with a brush after the meat has gone through the salt. It will be thoroughly smoked, will have a delicious flavor and will keep solid and sweet and free from Insects through the ÿntire summer. -I ti. Wright's Condensed Smoke Is a liquid smoke and contains nothing except what is obtained by burning hickory wood. It is put up In square quart bottles only, each with a metal cap. NEVER SOLD IN BULK. A bottle will smoke a barrel of meat t280 lbs.). For sale by all druggists at 76c. Every botUe guaranteed. Ask druggist for FREE BOOK, "The New Way." Be sure to get the genuine WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE. Made only by »* THE E. H. WEICHT CO., Ltd., Kansas City, Mo. ^ RED CROSS PHARMACY APPLICATIONS FOB GRAZING PERMITS NOTICE is hereby given that all applications fer permits to graze cattle, horses and sheep within the Minidoka National Forest during the season of 1911 must be filed in my office at Oakley, Idaho, on or before Feb ruary 28, 1911. Full inform ation in regard to the grazing fees to be charged and blank forms to be used in making appli cations will be furnished upon request. W'm. McCoy, Supervisor All parties knowing them selves indebted to Idaho Drug Company will settle at once or accounts will be placed in the hands of a collector. Fire At Basin The house of Si Caveniss, at Basin, with its contenus, was destroyed by fire Tuesday night while tne occnpants were at tending a daneeat the hallthere. Geo Taylor ol Oakley, while endeavoring to save the house hold goods, was badly Burned about the face and head. Loss unknown. • i « 1 . o \ 7* I— IrviirrKf a linn Av V/ lec^Y nougniaung VX V lSSCI ü w A DrHlKTrTQ S LL I J IDAHO TWIN FALL», . I What a Famoua Editor Say*. The editor of the Taylor-Trot wood Magazine wrote to one ol his friends these words: "You asked me to notify you il I suw an opportunity for a safe invest ment. I have it for you. I never knew until now what a good op portunity tor a money-making investment, this magazine af forded You ased me to let you in on the ground floor, and I am doing so." This iam< opportunity is given all who desire to be a stockhold er 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 This opportunity i s Write Taylor-Trotwood Pub lishing Co., Nashville, Tenti. now limited. serial No. 05923 PUBLICATIONS DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. NOTICE FOR U. S. Land Office at Haller. IdahA, December 6, \J910 Not lee is hereby ft ven that Clura Cam pH , Caaatia Co . Ida., «boon Ma? if. I of A l made Ili>in«Hfe»d entry (Serial No 069B3.) Apr N 1-2 8 W 1-4, S E 1-4 N W 1-4. und 8 Wl-4 N V. 1-4. Sar. 32. I p 16 8n. Range 24 Eh*» Boise Mer idian, has Bled notice of Intent! Anal Commutation proof to eatablUh claim to iha landaboT® described, before H. R. Gaboon Ü. S-Commtaaionar, at Ahn©. Idaho, 4th day or February, 19H Claimant names an wltnessae: John Hull Cbti8 G»*oar, Jannle M. Hull and John Han «an all of Al^o, Idaho. to make the V . r HOKMC. Re ala tar / Oakley Exchange Opened ; t ; A Lare* Liât of Subscriber* ud Promising Outlook t •L Manager J. C. Owens of the l Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co has recently returned from Oa ey, w ere he was in opening the exchange which has recently been installed at that place. C. K. Northrop formerly employed ,in the local office, has been transtered, and will act as manager of the new exchange. ^ -■ Mr. Owens states that Oakley now haa a list ol 130 subscribers with good prospects of increas ing this number to 150 within the next 60 days. He considers the outlook at Oakley ns among the most promising of any in this sectionna nd predicts a bright futur» for the town,whicM .has recently been taking on ndw TalfTs^êw» ,, / le.— .nhquncement of A' Potal .ontest We, the undersigned, contri butors of prize of $750.00 offered for the best and second best acre of marketable potatoes pro duced during the year 1910, in territory tributary to the Ore gon Short Line Railroad, Pacific and Idaho Northern Railroad, Idaho Northern Railroad, Idaho Southern Railroad and Payette Valley Railroad, have pleasure in announcing the winners as follows: First Prize, $500.00, to Mr. L, A. Snyder, Twin Falls, Twin Falls County, Idaho. Variety, "Dalmeny Challenge," gross weight, 38,685 lbs., less cull» 4,150 lb»., marketable 34,535j lbs. Second Prize, $250.00 to Mr. W. B. Gillmore, Payette Canyon County, Idaho. Variety,"Peach blow," gross weight, 37,476 lbs. less culls 3,920 lbs., marketable, 33,556 lbs. Respectfully submitted: D. E. BURLEY. Salt Lake City, Utah E. M. HEIGHO. Weiser, Idaho E. H. DEWEY, Nampa, Idaho H. E. DUNN, Payette, Idaho D. C. Mac WATTERS, Mflner, Idaho. Salt Lake City, Utah, January 12, 1911. . ., „ , _ Mr. and Mrs. I- rank I racy have been very ill the past two , ... j , , weeks With Lagnp, but are Mr. J ohn Garvin has been very . I, . , , , _ busy the last week hunting Coy otes. John says ht thinks it i» high time to hunt them as he • had seven sheep killed in his I yards the other night. Mr. G. tgtriafLoyer the affair and billing to tfleef The—I* ça t n in the country for a bnj 5 ebntest or a wrestling match. Basin Items. BORN—To Mr. and Mrs. Z. T Sherrill on the 16th inst., an 8 V 2 pound girl. Mother and baby doing well. Dr, Oldham in at* tendance. Mrs. Silvy Fairceild's lit t 1 e boy has been very sick the past week, but is reported better at this writing. ol some better at present. 18 ^ Watch for the ad of John Fair child's next week. He is going to have a grand clearaece sale and will give a few talking ma chines fret to encourage his cus tomers t _ Apr V. to lhe suffragette saleslady of the Weeter lumber company here must not expect that he can bring about, all at once, the metropolitan conditions that exist at his former horns in Lay ton, Utah—where in the deace is La/ton, Utah, anyway? the ; All Sorts of Schemes t ; All sorts of schemes to catch t •L the unwary are being resorted to. Mining stock and oil wells have l b ecn very much in evidence the L,„ t yfar and « any gullible ones Ç av# lo8t whatever the invested, jwtat it remained for a fellow in * hicago to reach the lituit on a at l al esta te deal He advertiscd |L g w ithin two miles of State \± d Madison streets for $100 . s| c h an opportunity was not to b l ignored and he sold hundreds ofi them a u over the country. Some fool after having parted with his money thought he wptild take a trip to Chicago apd look ever his purchase. He feund the advertiser had told p truth. The lots were within two miles of State and Madison Taut were not available for build ing purposes being in the bot tom of Lake Michigan, was another dream of wealth shattered. You will have times of thinking that this good old bank is slow, but paste this in *^rour hat, brother, she is safe, shul money you drop in here you can, get out again, while that you In of La ft ever o stock." \ We paÀ4 per cent on savings deposits ^nd compound the in erest quarterly. -■ in a ndw This vest in lots at the bottom e Michigan remains for Ü your list of "wutered in as Farmerp Commercial & Sav ing Bunk* Oaklev Idaho. * I LOST. In Oakley, Wed., Jan. 18. be tweeypostoffice and Worthing ton kotel, Black Fox Fur Col larAte (Lady's). Finder will p^ase return to Herald office Jtnd receive reward. Constipation is the cause of many ail ments and disorders that make Ilf : mis erable. and Liter Tablets, keep your bowels reg ular and you will avoid these diseases. For sale by Oakley Pharmacy. Take Chamberlain's Stomach lbs. SERIAL NO. 03352. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE INT*RIOR. U. H. Land Untre at Hatley, Idaho December 31, 1910. Notice 18 hereby «Iren that Anson E. Thom pson, assignee of Edward T. Harber of Hood ing. Lincoln County, Idaho, who or March 190H im.de desert application, No. *107, for Lot 1, an* SE 1-4 NE 1-4 of Section «, Twp 12 south. Ranee 20 east Boise Meridian, has filed notice of Intention lo make final proof to establish claim to the land above described before A C. DeMary. IT. S. Commissioner at Burley, Idaho, on the 27th day of February, ,911. Claimant names as witnesses: Edward T. Barber and Bert Fink both of Gooding. Idaho, Ira E. Htunsel! and James M. Bower, both of Artesian City, Idaho. P. F, HORNE, Register NOTICE OF PROOF OF COMPLE TION OF WORKS AND APPLI CATION OF WATER TO BENE FIC 1 AL USE. Notice i* hereby given that at 2 p. m. on the 12th day February, 1911, at Oak ley, State of Idaho, before B. P. Howells Notary Public, proof will be submitted of the completion of works for the di version of 1 cubic foot per second of the waters of Spring in Cassia County, and of the application to beneficial use of said water in accordance with the terms and conditions of Permit No. 6445 here tofore issued by the State Engineer 9/ of the State of Idaho. i. The name and post office address of the person, or corporation, holding said permit, are Bert Lee, Oakley, Idaho, two 1 , s ? id worlt * wi| * he fully completed on the date set for such completion, and are ' the amount of water which said works I are capable of conducting to the place ol I use, in accordance with the plans ac com P*"y> n e the application for such mit, is i cubic foot p«rsecond, j 3 . The use to which said water has i» ,! been applied is irrigation and domestic he D'?*| *" d . lhe ann ° unt , a PP H « d , btncncial use is i cubic foot per second his 4 ; The place where said water is used G. 'lecoa'sE nI^ sic. 32* T?" S and R. 23 E. B M ça t 1 5 - ,T^ e date °* priority which said n^'l*V r i '* i P re P ared t0 establish is August ^ ,9, °' T V 2 at* 1 e at per 1 to '•4 D. G MARTIN, State Engiaeer. sale ma cus A. FJO. NIELSON, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGBOM Offlea orac Rad Cross Pharmacy OSc* Hoir*: 19 a.a. to I p.m *a4 4 to • r.n. OAK LIT IDAHO. of he the that Lay is B. P. HOWELLS Attomit at Law OAKLEY , IDAHO Now is the Time to buy your Overshoes. Mens one buckle, g5c per pair and up. Boys sizes 2-12 to 6, 85c per pair and up. We have all kinds and sizes. Come and be convinced that ônr prices are lower than the so called SALES PRICES and GOOD all ths tiime. our prices are Price the one-price man. t Oakley, Idaho PUT your money in The Bank 3AND IT iUWlLLVADRK FOR YÖU. THATS ITS BUSINESS. YOU KNOW IT $ MAKE $ J I LL PICK UP A FEW rSMORE V\ # 1 m * v vi > FIGURE. Put In our bank one dollar a day. This sum will, in twenty years, make you a comfortable fortune. The interest on this fortune will support you the rest of your life. We also invite those who wish to make large deposits. We do commercial banking. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK. 'The Old Reliable, ** THE OAKLEY STATE BANK. " The Bank with the Backing.' Milner Drug Co. Milner, Idaho When in Milner make it a point to call on us. We carry a complete line of Drugs, Candies, Toilets, Etc. Sarah E. Lynch Hotel Grinnell Milner, Idaho Tames Tada, Prop. Milner, Idaho. BOARD AND LODGING Good Meals and Comfort* able Rooms Meals at all Hours Good Service and Courte* ous Attention Good Home Cooking / • 4 Meals at all hours. RATKS REASONABLE WE DEAL IN QUALITY.' r If you want good 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. Milner Idaho.