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THE OAKLEY HERALD
VOL 14 OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, JAN. 27, 1911. NUMBER 49 I Weeter Lumber Co., Ltd. OF OAKLEY Yards at the Following Towns Milner Murta ugh Tv in Falls Pocatello Blackfoot Hooding Hagerman Hansen Filer Burley Kimberly Buhl American Falls McCammon Shoshone Wendell ; l Richfield Jerome To Everybody Who is in Need of Any Kind Building Materials: We are not intending to put a yard in your town, for we already have one of the best equipped yards in Cassia Coun ty. Don't forget that your money buys as much here as any place else, over our stock will convince you of its superiority. of ; ! A look Yours for a business year. Oakley, Ida. Telephone 6 Weeter Lumber Co. THE NEW WHY OF SMOKING MEAT 1 By applying two coats 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 Uavor and will keep solid and sweet and free from .Insects through the entire summer. 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 (280 lbs.). For sale by all druggists at 76c. Every bottle guaranteed. Ask druggist for FREE BOOK, "The New Way." Be sure to get the genuine WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE. Made only by j l «V THE E. H. WRIGHT CO., Ltd., Kansas City, Mo. ^ RED CROSS PHARMACY APPLICATIONS FOR GRAZING PERMITS , NOTICE is hereby given that nil applications fer permits to graze cattle, horses and sheep within the Minidoka National ,, , , r . . Forest during the season of 1911 must be filed in mv 'office at ... , , ... ", c „ . Oakley, Idaho, on or before reb rnarv 28 1911 Full inform ' . ' , . ation in regard to the crazing fees to be charged and blank , , . , . forms to be used in making appli . . cations will be furnished upon request. Wm. McCoy, Supervisor ________________ SERIAL NO. U 3352 . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U. S. Land Office Ht H ai lev, Idaho December HI, 1910. Notice is hereby Klven Mint AnsoaK, Thom pson. asslirnet of Edward T. Barber of Omni ifitf. Lincoln County, Idaho, who or Man 201 h 190H in de desert application. No. 2107 for Lot I, and SE I 4 NE 1-4 of Section 0. I w 12sonth, Ranee 20 east Boise Meridian, hu Mied not ice to establish claim before A O. DeMury, B. S, C Burley, Idaho, 1911, P f Intention to make «toil proof t he land above described ,, .,-.1 .?ÄÜ? r .". r the-itli day of hcbruaiy, I M aimant witness«»: nd Bert Fink both of E. St am es as Erl ward T. Barber j Goodin*. Idaho, Ira M . Bower, both of Artesla nd .la iseil City, Idaho. 1 os P. F, HORNE, Register serial No. 05923 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. U. S. Lund Oilier at Halley, Idaho, December 6. 1810. Notice Is hereby given thatCluru Campbell of Almn, Cassia Co . Ida , whoon May IT, ion!) islead entry i-yorial No 85822,1 for N 1-2 H W 1-4, SKI4SW 1-4, and S WI-4 N E P 15 ho. Range 24 East Boise Mer idian. bus Hied notice of Inientlon to make final commutation proof to establish claim to 1 he landabove described, before II K.Cahoon l S- Comrnle-loner, a* Almo, Idaho, on the 4th day otFebruary, 1811 Claimant names made 11 « 1-4 Sec. •&. itnosses: John Hull, . Garner, Jennie M, Hull and John Han til of Ai o, Idaho. Chi P. F. HORNE, Register Notice of Forfeiture Si.'e of Idaho, O'tintjr of Cassia f January ftrd, 1911 To J. F, Tatro: You are hereby notified that I have expended four (4i hundre 1 dol lars In In bo j and improvements upon the Copper Pot group of raining claims consis ting nr the Copper Pot, Sunbeam Star und iîKÂrÆ Canyon'. 1 ih.iomlw" Mhîlng DiÄ 'cassia County, Idaho. In order to hold said premises under t he provisions of section 2124 Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount re quired to hold the same for the year ending December :11st, 1810 and of within ninety days after this notice by publication, you fall or refuse to contribute your proportion of such exp mditure us a co-owner your in teres: In said claims will become tee prop ertt of the subscriber under said section 2 . 124 . ,un GEOROE MYRES *y v | ! 2 ) i SERIAL NO.O 3332 . Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Dec. 8 th, . 9,0 NOTICE is hereby given that Peter Oe of Twin Falls, Twin Falls County, ' Idaho, who, on April 29 th, 1907 , made j Desert Land Entry (Serial No. 0333 No. 1782 , for W i-a SE 1 - 4 , E 1-2 SW 1 Section 26 , Township 16 S., Hange jr g m. ( las filed notice of intention to 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 4 th day of March, 1911 . . Claimant names as witnesses: George Vliet I Millie A. Vliet ; All of Twin Fal[s, Twin Falls Co.. Ida. P. F. HORNE, Register. I 1-4 >7 Emile Braun Helen Braun NOTICE OF PROOF OF COMPLE TION OF WORKS AND APPLI CATION OF WATER TO BENE F ICI A L USE. : Notice is hereby given that at 2 p. m. 1 ! on the lath day February, 19... at Oak l ley, State of Idaho, before B. P Howells Notary Public, proof will be submitted of the completion of works for the di version of i cubic foot per second of the j wa [ ers 0 f Spring in Cassia County, and I of the application to beneficial use of said water in accordance wilh the terms and conditions of Hermit No. 6445 here tofore issued by the State Engineer of of the State of Idaho. 1. The name and post office address of 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 j the amount of water which said works are capable of conducting to the place of use, in accordance with the plans ac- j companying tne application for such per mit, is 1 cubic foot per second. 3. The use to which said water has been applied is irrigation and domestic purposes, and the amount applied to beneficial use is i cubic foot per second. 4. The place where said water is used is SW i 4 NE 14 Sec. 22, S 1-2 NW Sec. 33, SE 1-4 N E 1-4 Sec. 32, T. R. 23 E. B. M 5. The date of priority which said user is prepared to establish is August 5 s - >•4 D. G. MARTIN, State Engineer. From Salt Lake City, under auspices Salt Lake Llks Lodge, but public cor dially invited. Rates apply to Los An-: geles and FROM SALT LAKE CITY CALIFORNIA EXCURSION February 4th oNLY - a * fol,ow *' i Bo,h Wa >' 8 vi * Salt Lake RoUte " '* 35-00 Going via Salt Lake, returning o i vla Portland. , .. , . _ tickets limited to March 7th. For j sleeper reseivations apply B. G. Ray . , 3 3 bould, Secretary, B. P. O. E. Lodge Salt Lake City, Utah. j Going Salt Lake, returning S. P. and Ogden. 41.20 60.75 That Additional $45,000,000 I That additional $45,000,000 added to the pension rolls recent ly is but u. belated recognition ol ; part ol the debt this country j owes to the men who made pos sible the fact that we of the present time live in a free and ; united country. They who cavil at our wealthy and povvcrlul I nation's generosity in this in stance are invariably those who would elect, or dtd elect, to stay j at home aud chase the nimble j sixpence over counter and shelf, rather than chase the brave it 1 mistaken secessionist (or be chased by himjthrough southern cypress swamp or bayon, pre ferring to sacrifice a few hundred dollars to hire a substitute to risk life of limb in their stead. God bless the tnen who fought and bled for the threatened in integritv of these United States in the dark days ol'61-65. They deserve all and more than this country will ever do for them, in j a monetary way or otherwise, : and Benedict Arnold himself had nothing on the men who now howl because a munificent gov ernment is returning to the noble veteran a moiety of the wealth which he fought and bled to save ; and make possible. Read this from the Lewiston (Me.) Sun, ! a Democratic morning paper: Shame on the National House j that votes to add another forty l five millions to the burden on tne people for pensions. Certainly the hard working people who have only theirdailv errmngs to depend on ought not to be compelled to pay out of their earnings the burdensome taxes necessary to give addition | al income to people whose income ! is already larger thon the wage earners, Not should one wage earner be compelled to pay sub sidy to another wage-earner as able to work as himself. And what kind of patriotism is it that will take from another's hard earnings that way?—Lew iston (Me,) Sun. It is dollars to cents that the father of the writer of the Sun's article suffered horrors of war vicariously (through a substi tute), while he, behind a counter at home, took advantage of "war prices" to amass the mon. ey that paid said writer's way through school and college. I A Correction John Garvin wishes to correct the arti 1 clethat appeared in the Herald in regard to himself _ s it was sent in entirely un . ... , 3 koo .vn to him by some party that ed to know more about his affairs than h e knew himself, as Mr. Garvin knew seem nothing of it until he read it in the paper. He would like it understood that he is no "fighting" man and does not want to be classed as such. John Trotwood Moore, whose new story, "The Gift of the j Grass," comprises the autobi , < tt 1 r-> • Dgraphy ot rial Pointer, prince j of pacers, ac one time held a Review, A native of Alabama, in youth More recently Mr. Moore has been editor of the Tavlor-Trot position on the Chicago Horse being widely known under the name of "Trotwood." he studied law, but not earing - to practice, took to rearing fine horses on a Tennesse stock farm. wood magazine of Nashville, Tenn. "A Summer Hymnal," a Tennesse love idyl, and "T h e Bishop o f Cottontown," com bating the child labor system ol i the southern cotton mills, are earlier books of his. MUSIC Mr«. W. E. G. Ellcrby will give music lessons, commencing with the New Year. English methods thoroughly taught. Terms mod erate. The Rainy Day it will surely catch you in circumstances that will prove a great hardship to If you will Prepare for the Rainy Day for come and may yourself and family, take care of the pennies they will soon make dollars which will brighten the cloudy days of the future. Begin today and this bank will help you put a silver lining behind each dark cloud at the rate of 4 per cent on all your idle money. Do yon know that just one dollar put in our bank at 4 per cent interest, compoun ded quarterly will in two hun dred years amount to five hun dred and sixty-nine dollars arid thirty-six cents ($569.36.) Your money in our bank will grow just 'ike corn does. Just put a dollar in today and then in two hundred years, if you do not happen to be here, your grand child can call and get $569.36. We pay 4 per cent on savings deposits and compound the in terest quarterly. Farmers Commercial & Sav ing Bank, Oakley Idaho. NOTICE It is ordered by the Board of Health of Cassia County that all persons knowing themselves t o have contracted infectious diseases are required to call in their family or other physician, who in turn must notify the County Physician, under penalty of the law. By order of Cassia Co., Board of Health, Dr. H. Goodfriend, Sec'y News From Marion Mr. George Langlois has taken all his loose cattle and horses to Twin Falls to finish wintering where he has bought hay at $2. 50 per ton. Mr. John Clayton is building his new residence just south of our church house. Mr. John DeLamar who went with the remains of his wife to Utah for burial, will be back in a few days and his pres ence will be welcomed. There has been a horse man in from Twin Falls county buying young horses with the intention of feeding their cheap hay to and at the same time get the growth of the colts and improve the land. J. Alvin Tolman is starting to erect himself a new residence. The material used will be stockade brick and plaster. It is claimed this makes a good healthy comfortable h'ouse. ,,*■ Some of the people of this place have been losing chickens lately, some a s high as forty in one night. Perhaps this will help the hardware man out as some are using locks, traps and guns to pro tect the chickens. It is understood that Mr. H.A. Belcher and family intend to move to Logan, Utah, in the near future,where they have bought property. Moroni Pickett has completed his lamb ing sheds. Houghtaling & Visser ARCHITECTS TWIN FALLS, IDAHO DR. J. O. LOWE, DENTIST *£%,Office over Red Cross Pharmacy A. F. O. NIELSON, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON Office over Bed CroiH Phurm&tj Office Ho*r* 10 a m. %o 3 p.m. and 4 to 6 r.n, OAKLEY IDAHO. ; ß p HOWELLS Attorney at Law OAKLEY , IDAHO Last September We quoted the following prices, to hold good until further notice: Tomatoes,Corn, Peas and Beans, 10c per 20c per can; Sardine*. 5c and 10c per Milk, 5c and 10c per can; Oysters, 10c and can; Sego can; Kingsford's Corn, and Silver Gloss, Staich at 10c per package; Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 10c Chocolate, 20c. per cake, been withdrawn. Please remember that never undersold, quality considered, and that your children can do just as well as you per package; Walter Baker's These prices have not we are can. TERMS CASH. price's. MAKE A,START! |/nm you turn a 4tmk, ïewnX you wilt muAe it -yfUnK (sTehy dcMcûvtyott U Ccm dfiaic wM tk adchd tir mît jfôûinyï ^ueçm.6 ùfa. « ÂueeJtàA^ . .jJlBy® t A : 3<rM~noiY' % - J y bank ! s / /O/*- *i -, « •s-rt 'T* . l*>-0 -ÄS.«"» Add dignity, independence, safety to yourself and to those who depend upon you. Get oui of that rut of living beyond your income. Saving money acts on the mind like exercise acts on the muscles. It sends new ideas through the brain. Start that bank account now. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK. The Old Reliable, M THE OAKLEY STATE BANK. The Bank with the Backing.' a Milner Drug Co. Milner, Idaho When in Milner make it a point to call on us. We carry a complete line of s, Candies, Toilets, Etc. \ Drug Sarah E. Lynch Hotel Grinnell Milner, Idaho James 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 Meals at all hours. KATES REASONABLE WE DEAL IN QUALITY! / : r' < • If yoii want good goods at right prices, trade with us. We handle a complete line of sta ple Groceries, Hardware, American Fence, Stoves, Ranges, Etc. y / « Longenberger & Belmont Co. Milner Idaho.