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THE OAKLEY HERALD
VOL 14
OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY,
FEB. 8, 1911.
NUMBER 50
Weeter Lumber Co., Ltd.
OF OAKLEY
Yards at the Following Towns
Hagerman
Hansen
Filer
Milner
Murtaugh
Tv in Falls
Pocatello
Blackfoot
Gooding
Burley
Kimberly
Buhl
American Falls McCammon
Shoshone
Wendell
Richfield
Jerome
To Everybody Who is in Need of Any Kind of
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. A loolt
over our stock will convince you of its
superiority.
Yours for a business year.
Oakley, Ida.
Telephone 6
Weeter Lumber Co.
THE HEW WAY OF SMOKING MEAT1
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 tlavor and will keep solid and sweet and free from
Insects through the entire summer.
HI.
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Wright's Condensed Smoke
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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
THE E. H. WRIGHT CO. f Ltd., Kansas City, Mo. ^
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TEED BY
RED CROSS PHARMACY
APPLICATIONS FOR
GRAZING PERMITS
NOTICE is hereby given that
all applications fer permits to
graze cattle, horses and sheep
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within the Minidoka National j
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.
Wm. McCoy, Supervisor
SERIAL NO. 03852.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
department of the interior.
' U. S. Land Office Ht Hatley, Idaho
December ai, 1010 .
Notire is hereby (riven that Anson E, Thom
ssiitiiee of iwiwiud t. Barber of Good
MÄS«ÄJi"a
issoutti/Ruriee :bo east Boise Meridian, bu»
«led not lee of intention to make Heal proof j
to establish claim to the land above described
beforeA C. DeMary, IT. g. Commissioner at
Hurley, Idaho, on the27th day of February,
mu.
,
< laimant names as witnesses:
Edward T. Harber and Bert Kink both of
Goo.linit Idaho, Ira F-. Stansell and .lames
M. Bower, both of Artesian City, Idaho.
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roln County, Idaho,
ho
P. F, HORNE, Register
serial No. 05923
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Office at Halley. Idaluo,
December 5, 1910.
Notiae Is hereby given thatCI rth. Campbell
of A Into. Cassia C<>.. Ida., whoon May 17. 1909
rn .de Homestead entry (Serial No. UftflSi.) for
N 1-55 8 W M, S K 1*4 N W 1-4. »nid 8 Wl-4 N K
1-4, Bee. IK. Tp. Iß So. Range 24 Bast Boise Mer
idian, has filed notice of intention to make
final Commutation proof to entablish claim to
t he landabove described, before II R. Cahoon
V 8 - Commissioner, at Alrno, Idaho, on the
4th day ofFebruary. 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses: John Hull,
Chus. Garner, Jennie M, Hull and John Han
all of A1 o, Idaho.
P. F HORNE,
Register
Notice of Forfeiture
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8 tute of Idaho,
County of Cassta \
,s.
January 2lrd, 1911
You are hereby notified
xpended four(4) hundred dol
To J. F. Tatro:
that I ha
tare In labo.' and Improvements upon the
Copper I'olitriiup of mini
ting of the Copper Pot, Su
Moon light, us will appear by certificates filed
in the County Recorder's office of this court
&.;on d DÄÄMn* dÄ'Ä
0< In oVdsî'îo hold said premise, udder th.
provision» of nection 2*54 Revised Statutes of
the United tit&teH, beintt the amount re
quired to hold the same for the year ending
December .list, 1010 and of within ninety
days after this notice by publication, you
fall or refuse to contribute your proportion
-ch expenditure as a co-owner your in
ter». I in said claims will bccom» to. prop- j
«rty of (he subscriber under said section
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^ datais ronslh
>cam Star and
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of
GEORGE MYRES
SERIAL NO. 03332 .
Notice for Puhliciition.
Department of the Interior, U. S. L\nd
Office at Hailey, Idaho. »
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NOT ICE 11 hereby given that Peter
Oe of Twin Falls, Twin Falls County,
Idaho, who, on April 29th, 1907, made
Desert Land Entry (Serial No. 0333
No. 1782, for W 1-2 SE 1-4, E 1-2 SW 1
Section 26, Township 16 S., Range
E. B. M. has filed notice of intention té
make Final Prcof to establiih claim tp
the land above described, before John *.
Hansen, U. S. Commissioner, at his offiae
at Hansen, Twin Falls County. Idaho, ii
the 4th day of March, 1911. Jf
All of Twin Fall», Twin Falls Co., l|a. j
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Claimant names as witnesses:
Emile Braun
Helen Braun
George Vliet
Millie A. Vliet
P. F. HORNE, Registei
NOTICE OF .PROOF OF COMP
I ION OF WORKS AND APPil
CATION OF WATER TO BEfSE_.,
RiuT aï iTSF |
riuinu uat. . |
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«ÂiÂÏÏ« d ; |
ley, State of Idaho, before B. p. Howell 1
N otary Public, proof will be submitted !
0 f the completion of works for the rife
01 . completion 01 works lor tne a*
version of 1 cubic foot per second of thA
waters of Spring in Cassia County, and \
of the application to beneficial uke of \
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said water in accordance with the terms
and conditions of Permit 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
the amount of water which said works
are capable of conducting to the place of
use, in accordance with the plans ac
companying tne application for such
mit, is i cubic foot per second.
3. The use to which said water has
been applied is irrigation and domestic
purposes, and the amount applied
beneficial use is 1 cubic foot per second.
4. The place where said water is used
is SW i 4 NE 14 Sec. 22, S 1-2 NW 1-4
Sec. 33, SE 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 32, T.
R. 23 E. B. M
5. The date of priority which said |
user is prepared to establish is August
5th, 1910,
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to
15 S.
D. G. MARTIN,
State Engineer.
CALIFORNIA EXCURSION
February 4th
Prom Salt Lake City, under auspices
Salt Lake Elks Lodge, but public''-cor- 1
dially invited. Rates apply to Los An- j
ers and FROM SALT LAKE CITY!
ONLY, at follows:
B ° th W *>' S Vil Salt Lake RoUte
G ° ing Salt Lakt - Urning S. P.
and Ogden.
Going via Salt Lake, returning
• t> .i j
via Portland. .
Ti< , t l,
tickets limited to March 7^"- -
,l..n.r r.sp.vations snnlv R f v
P resciv »'>ons apply B. (.,. Kay
bould, Secretary, B. P. O. E. Lodge,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
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# 3 S.oo
41.20
60.75
For
News From Marion
The high water is doing con
siderable damage to our roads
and other property.
Quite a lot of sickness ia our
ward at the present time.
Bishop A. G. Smith has been
under the weather for quite a
while, but is a little better now.
George Laaglois is erecting a
butcher shop on his place near
his residence.
The wife of Mr. Fails-w h o is
working for Mr. Langlois, un
derwent a n operation a few
days ago. Two doctors in at
tendance. I understand that she
is getting along nicely.
Oscar L. Briggs of Burley was
up on business the first of the
week.
Some of the people o f this
place who have to buy hay, are
pleased at the prospect o f an
early spring, which has a ten
dency to lower the price of hay
which is selling at $5.50 and $6
iu this place, 450 feet to the ton.
Mr. DeLamar i s back from
Utah among relatives and
fri
/Our school is progressing nice*
Fly this year, under the direction
lof Loren Robinson.
* Several of our farmers are be
ginning to plow and fix for farm
ing^
J After night meeting Sundny,
j two boy« Dan and Fred—had
I been spinning their girls around,
•tarted to their homes. The
night being unusually dark, they
had a collision; no »erious dam
age, only Fred's rig was entirely
knocked out, and had to be left
on the spot.
bé»YY> of Mrs. Jno Alexander, at Marion
• Mrs. Jno. Alexander died at
Marion Thursday, and was bur
ied in the cemetery there Satur
day. She was a native of Eng
land, and made the acquaint
ance of Mr. Alexander while he
was on a mission to that coun
try. She is survived by two sons
and two daughters, One daugh
j ter is Mrs. Owen Tolman. of
Marion, and one son, J. B. Alex
ander, is now on a mission to
Mrs. Alexander was a kindly
BEfSE_., . , , , ,
gentle lady, a good neighbor,
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a nd a devout and consistent
| Christi.", a„S w M loved by all.
1 Her husband's death preceded
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her s three years to a day, ex
actly.
\ Th» H.r.ld
\ 1 Herald extends sympathy
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£0 the bereft family.
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the eastern states.
C kalienge
I hereby issue a challenge in
behalt of Kid Burns to meet Hy
rura Hibburd in a boxing con
test of ten rounds for a side bet
of not less than $250. For fur
thur information enquire of Jack
Stone, Milner, Idaho.
1
What • Famous Editor Sors.
The editor of the Taylor-Trot
wood Magazine wrote to one of
his friends these words: "You
asked me to notify you if I saw
an opportunity for a safe invest- :
ment. I have it for you. I never
knew until now what a good op- !
portunity for a money-making
investment this magazine af- !
forded You asked me to let you
in on the ground floor, and I am
doing so."
_ .
1 * " 1S SRHie opportunity is given
j all who desire to be a Stockhold
er and a
Life Subscriber to
I the Taylor-Trotwood Magazine.
One share of stock (par value !
$10) and a perpetaal subscrip
tion to tbs magazine, both for
$10.
Let us have yoar order now.
This opportunity i s limited
Write Taylor-Trotwood Pub
lishiag Co., Nashville, Ten«.
From Obscurity to Wealth
The bank is personally inter- j
ested in every man who conies in
contact with it and has kept
many a man from dishonesty
who cared little for the admoni
tion of a bishop. Because the
business of a bank can be suc
cessfully conducted only with
honest men the bank becomes
largely a conservator of public
morals in the community and
presents such inducements to up
rightness that none but the most
foolish would disregard them.
The bank is personally interested
in every man who comes in con
tact with it. Encouragement is
offered to the prudent, the in
dustrious and the honest, but
the spendthrift, the careless and
the untruthful find the banker a
very "cold proposition." Many
a man has risen from obscurity
to wealth because of faith he in
spired in his banker by his un
swerving moral integrity. The
banker loaned him money on his
good name, and it proveil so
valuable an asset that he not
only kept on, but spoke well of
him to others thus enabling him
to establish a very high degree
of credit. It always pays to
"tote fair" "with your banker.
He is your best business friend.
We have money to loan to men
'tofgood character.
\We pay 4 per cent on savings
deposits and compound the in
I tarest quarterly.
Farmers Commercial & Sav
ing Bank. Oakley Idaho.
NOTICE
It is ordered by the Board of
Health ol 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
Advertised Letters.
The following letters remaining
uncalled for in the postoffice in Oak
ley, Cassia county, Idaho, will be
sent to the Dead Letter Office,Wash
ington, D. C., if not called for be
fore February 5, 1911 :
Mrs. Pearl McLure, Thomas Dalton,
ArthurHaddock
Maggie Martin.
When callini for the above letters
please say "Advertised."
L. J. Robinson, P. M.
John Griff,
F. L. Keller,
All parties knowing them
selves indebted to Idaho Drug
Company will settle at once or
accounts will be placed in the
bands of a collector.
MUSIC
Mtb. W. E. G. Ellerby will give
music lessons, commencing with
the New Year. English methods
thoroughly taught. Terms mod
erate.
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! TWIN FALLS,
Houghtaling & Visser
ARCHITECTS
IDAHO
A. F. O. NIELSON, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGBOM
! °* c ® Ho "oi.KL»T I°D a " a"* 410 * p - n '
Offlca over Red Crow Pharma,*
B. P. HOWELLS
Attoenst at Law
OAKLEY, IDAHO
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Last September
We quoted the
following prices,
to hold good until further notice: Tomatoes,Corn,
Peas and Beans, 10c per can; Oysters, 10c and
'20c per can; Sardine«. 5c and 10c per can; Sego
Milk, 5c and 10c per can; Kingsford's Corn, and
Silver Gloss, Starch, at 10c per package; Kellogg's
Corn Flakes, 10c per package; Walter Baker's
Chocolate, 20c. per cake. These prices nave not
been withdrawn. Please remember that we are
never undersold, quality considered, and that
your children can do just as well as you can.
TERMS CASH.
price's.
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ARE W 1 SÇ
THEY SAVL, ™ r __
THEIR HONEY,! BANK
LET US BE
WISE AND
SAVE OUR
money:
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The biggest Bhoe manufacturer of Boston was a shoe
maker at the bench in Golden, Colo., leBB than 40years
ago. He SAVED the little 25 cent pieces he got for
patching shoes and put them iu the bank. He has
spent millions of dollars for advertising and iB worth
millions today.
MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK.
"The Old Reliable,
THE OAKLEY STATE BANK.
The Bank with the Backing.
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Milner Drug Co. I*
Milner, Idaho
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When in Milner make it a point
to call on us.
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We carry a complete line of
Drugs, Candies, Toilets, Etc.
$■1
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Sarah E. Lynch
Hotel
Milner,
James Tada,
Milner, Idaho.
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which
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BOARD AND LODGING
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Good Meals anlBwl
able Rooms
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Meals at all Hours
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Good Service and Courte
ous Attention
Good Home Cooking
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Meals at all hours.
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ATKS REASONABLE
WE DEAL IN QUALITY!
If you want good'goods at rigit
prices, trade with us.
We handle a complete line of sta
ple Groceries, Hardware, American
Fence, Stoves, Ranges, Etc.
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Longenberger & Belmont Co.
Milner Idaho. \ .
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