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THE OAKLEY . # VOL 14 OAKLEY, CASSIA «BOUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, FER. 10, 1911. NUMBER 51 Weeter Lumber Co., Ltd. OF OAKLEY Yards at the Following Town* Hager man Hansen Filer Burley Kimberly Buhl Milner Murtangh Tv in Falls Pocatello Blaekfoot Gooding American Falls McCammon Richfield Jerome Shoshone Wendell 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. A look over our stock will convince you of its superiority. of Yours for a business year. Oakley, Ida. Telephone 6 Weeter Lumber Co. of . , , . „ , ! franchise to Rocky . Telephone t o construct, his pvhlic Telephone I11 the village ' ,f ORDINANCE NO. An ordinance granting Mountai ami operate u and Telegraph system Oakley, Slate of Idaho. Be it ordained by the Chaiemnn a n d f trustees of the villtge of Oakley, tin 1 ai : all Hoar,1 lu a I That there be and hereby Is ritaln Hell Tele Section 1, granted unto llie Rocky M phone Company , it« successor« and assigns, t (e franchise and right U» construct, main lain ami operate a public telephone and telegraph system, or other system for jnter ieation by lrnprov he V liage o •al <1 f Oakley, Idaho, nd operate the ecossary poles, i and manholes, nder the public streets, alleys and thoroughfares of the village of Oakley. vice and U same, wires itiii ai ut ai const ruct. h t lie together braces, fixtures, cabl •ross and dderation of the prom it this grant, no Company, Section 2. In co isos, and by tbe Rocky M for itself, iis su agree to provide space upon its said poles for the tn!ni'*lpal police and lire alarm the village of Oakley, provided t lie same »t interfere with or impair the use of said poles by said Rocky Moiintai assigns, of tills grant, Bell Telephone (Jo. fOiiklev two tel— acceptance Bell T« lepl tai s and iris «if shall Hell l oi - •phone Co.. Its successors . In further consideration the Rocky Mo shall furnish the Village ephones, free of charge s< Mountain lb II Telephone Co,, Dss 'rate a public ge hereunder, for the use of the nfifl llfflclHl iililn tlie exchange limits g as said Rocky •ecKsors lepbone or assidus shaJ 1 exeh rials of the Village f Oakley, f< ly. business Village of Oakley. of ll fork shall Ntructio der the direction of the Village Section 3. All he done u Board. This franchise is granted for years [25 1 , from -tretion 4 • I period of t wenty-ti after the passage of this ordi Section 5 This ordinance shall he void unconditional accept f the same he filed bv said Rocky Bell Telephone Company it the ithin sixty days ce. : rit. less Mount at office of the village Clerk ge of thU ordi rd of Trustees of the Village of Oakley, this 34th day of January 1911, te the fl ■• s..(l Iiv the lt< JOHN O. LOWE, Chairman of the Board of Trusters Atest; C I i A S . U. LARSON. Clerk ORDINANCE NO. An ordinance granting to Samuel A. Hall, his heirs, executors, administra tors, successors and assigns a franchise and the right to locate, construct, oper ate and maintain poles, wires, subways, conduits, underground conduits, and electrical conductors, cross-arms, anch or rods and anchor wires, transformers and transformer stands with necessary supports, cross-fear ers and other ap purtenances and appliances in upon, and under the streets, 1 over accross. alleys lanes and other public places of the village of Oakley, for the reception into said village and the transmission and distribution to the said village and the inhabitants thereof electrical cur rent for lighting, heating and power purposes; fiixiug the life of said fran chise; authorizing the levy and collec tion of rentals or tolls, and providing the terms and conditions upon which the said franchise is granted. ! ! Be it ordained by the Chairman and Board of I rustees of the V illage of Oak- j t Ly: Section 1 There is hereby granted 1 to Samuel A. Hall his heirs, executors, j administrators, successors and assigns j the right and franchise under the terms J and conditions hereinafter mentioned, to j lotate, construct, maintain and operate above, accross or through, upon, over, - — nder the streets, lanes, alleys and other public places of the village of Oaklev, \ Cassia County, Idaho, poles, wires, sub wavs conduits, underground conduits and electrical conductors, cross-arms, anchor rods and anchor wires, transfor mers and transformer stands together with cross-braces, feeders and all other necessary attachments,appurtenances and appliances, for the purpose of the dis ■ tribution of electrical energy and electri cal currents to the said Village and the : inhabitants thereof and to any other bus- ! iness or corporation desiross of using the I same, for lighting, healing and power purposes. Section 2. All poles erected under shis franchise shall be maintained in a sound and substantial condition, and all lines and wires shall be attached to prop er cross-arms and braces attached to the said poles for that purpose with the nec essary insulators. When convenient all poles shall b« set and all line* constru cted th ouge the alleys and back streets of the said village. Section 4. The said Samuel A. Hall . . . . J . , his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns shall repair the streets, side walks, pavements or other oublie places when the same shall be excavated, cut, or otherwise opened in constructing, main taining o r repairing the said lighting, heating and power system. Section 4. The said Samuel A. Hall his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns shall be liable for any and all damage that may accrue to person or property by reason of adfective or negli gent constriction or operation of the said lighting, heating and power system. Section 5 The said Samuel A. Hall his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns are hereby empowered to levy and collect reasonable rentals or tolls for all electricity consumed or furnished for public or private purposes. Section 6. The said Samuel A. Hall his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns are hereby authorized and em powered to make such rules and regula tions for the government of the said sys tem, and the collection of dues as they become due. Section 7. Work shall be commen ced upon the construction of the said system within six months from and after the approval of this ordinance and the said s\stem shall be completed and in operation within twelve months from the datf of commencing construction. Section 8. All rights, powers, privi leges and restrictions within this ordi nance granted shall be in force and effect for a period of fifty years from and after the passage and approval of this ordi nance. Section 9. The said Samuel A. Hall his heirs, administrators and assigns shall within thirty days after the passage and approval of this ordinance file with the village clerk a written acceptance of the terms, conditions and restrictions herein granted or the same shall become null and void, and any failure of the said Samuel A. Hall, his- heirs, administra te is, executors and assigns to comply with any of the prousions of this ordin ance will be considered as a forfiture of the rights and priviliges herein granted and this ordinance shall become null and void. |CHAS. CL LARSON, 1 Clerk. Passed the Board of Trustees of the Village of Oakley this 24th day of Jan uary, 1911. JOHN O. LOWE, Chairman of Board of Trustees Attest: ' ORDINANCE NO. An ordinance granting to the Milner and North Side Railroad Company, a cor poration, a right of way over and ac ross certain streets in the village of Oakley. Be it ordained by the Chairman and j ! Board of Trustees of the village of Oak-1 ! ley, Cassia County, State of Idaho. Section 1. That a right of way for j t ), e ex i s ting railway track of the Milner and North Side Railroad Company, to 1 gether with the right of way for all tracks j heieatter to be laid down is hereby gran j ted across tne followiug streets in the J village of Oakley to wit: Elm street, j Main street, Poplar street, College ave-1 nue and the pubile highway or street o.. the north boundary of said village, and on ....-- —, —- „„„ being between sections twenty-nine and; \ thirtv-two, in township thirteen, south of range twenty-two east of the Boise mer idiau, this right of way shall be applied only to the piesent right of way of said Milner and North Side Railroad now understood to exist, •he * s Section 2 That the right of way herein granted is for the purpose of en ■ abling said Railroad company to operate a main line of railroad track together : with side-track, switches and turnouts ! necessary for the transaction of its bus I iness, provided however tha. said rail road company shall at all times keep all of the said railroad crossings in good order and condition, and provided fur ther that said company shall not permit any of its trains to remain standing on any portiorl of its said right of way cros sing any of the above meationed streets for more than eight minutes at any one time. The right, power and authority herein granted shall exist for a period of OAKLEY IMPROVEMENTS That Are Sure Worth While, and that Will Make Much for the Town's Rapid Advancement. Construction work on the Oakley plant of the Rocky Moun tain Bell Telephone company is nearing completion, and more than 100 phones are already in use in the city. Much credit is due Mr. Morris J. Leehy lor the vigorous manner in which he has prosecu ted the work. Another improvement that decidedly improves, and that should have the support of every citizen is installing of an electric lighting system. Oakley is the only town ol its size in the entire state that has not an electric light plant, and the town of its size that needs one most, therefore let every good citizen put îiis shoul der to the wheel ana push! push!! PUSH!!! that Oakley, in addi tion to lier d andy railway and telephone systems, may have an own-bre Ither system, in a reliable and up-to-date lighting system that shi with he needed substantial citizens should call a meeting, get together and sub scribe for enough of the stock to guarantee that Oakley needs shall be the care of Oakley people. fis tO^Pf I practically a home institution and will be consonant wing importance. Such a plant is now the one thing ace Oakley on its proper footing, and our solid and fifts years from and after the passage of this ordinance. Passed by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Oakley, this 24th day of January 19 it. JOHN O. LOWE, Chairman Attest: CHAS. G. LARSON, Clerk. Information Wanted. Inf«rmation wanted of JO SEPH L. DRA.NE, about 22 years old, 5 ft. 10 inches in j height, light hair and gray eyes, weight about 155 pounds. Any information will be thankfully received by his mother, Mrs. M. F. S. Drane, 424 W. 35th st., Kansas City. Mo. (Other pa pers please copy.) 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 13, 1911 : Mrs. badie Philips, Odar Stromberg Walter Despain, When callin ( for the above letters please say "Advertised." L. J. Robinson, P. M. Marshall Crum. Aviation Meet. Salt Lake City, Utah, Feb. 11, 12, 13, 1911. Reduced rates via Oregon Short Line. Tickets on sale from points north of Ogden Feb- 10 and 11, lim ited to Feb. 16. Eugene Ely and other famous aviators who have taken part in various Pacific Coast meets, will be present and give ex hibitions. Ask O. S. L. agents for rates and further particulars. LISTEN ! This ooming year Is going to be tbe best that tbe country lias over seen so get In and help send It along. There will be more building, more work bet ter times and a rush j ,„ niI n, mlAVU ArrLlLAlIUNS r UK Hoyal Tailor e«l Suits, so come early and be among the first to get spring suits at 10 per cent discount in price from last year. of those nobby Spring work lias already started to come in, so bring yours and don't be sh C. E. Davidson CMMCLEY, IDAHO GRAZING PERMITS NOTICE is hereby given that all applications for permits to s graze cattle, horses and sheep within the Minidoka National f ■ Orest during the season ot 1 ,(1 1 1 must be filed in mv 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 Where There's a Will There's a Way This is an old but a very true saying, and in nothing does it apply with greater force than in the matter of saving money, is not what one earns but what It he saves that makes wealth. Why not start a savings account with us today? Our Savings Department is backed by the en tire strength of the bank, afford ing sceuritv for every one. The large deposits and the small are welcomed alike. Deposits may be made at any time. There is nothing mysterious or compli cated about opening an account. Indeed, if one cannot come in person to the bank, a deposit may be brought in by some one else or sent to us bj' mail. Thro ugh the registered mail service, every home can reach the bank, and we advise receipt of every deposit. We pay interest o n certificates of deposit, also on savings accounts. A bank ac count will give you a better bus iness standing in the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before. Your name would look well on our books. Let us put it there to day and your money will be bringing you an interest while you sleep tonight. We pay 4 per cent on savings deposits and compound the in terest quarterly. Farmers Commercial & Sav ing Bank. Oakley Idaho. Notice. I have one yearling bay colt, stripe in face; two hind feet white; no brand. Owner can have same by proving prop erty and paying charges. W. M. READ. Valley View, Idaho, Feb. 10, 1911. MUSIC Mrs. W. E. G. Ellerby will give music lessons, commencing with the New Year. English methods thoroughly taught. Terms mod erate. Houghtaling & Visser ARCHITECTS TWIN FALLS, IDAHO A. F. O. NIELSON, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON Office over Red Cross Plmrmacij Office Hoars 10 am. to i p.m. und I to I mi OAKLÏY IDAHO. B. P. HOWELLS Attorniy at Law OAKLEY, IDAHO • • We quoted the .following prices, . to hold good until further notice: Tomatoes ;Corn, Peas and Beans, lOo per can; Oysters, 10c ahd 20c per can; Sardine«. 5c and 10c per can; Seigo Milk, 5c and 10c per can; Kingsfapd's Corn, and Silver Gloss, Starch, at 10c per package; Kellpgg's Corn Flakes. 10c per package; Walter Baker's Chocolate, 20c. per cake. These prices have not * been withdrawn. Please remember that we are never undersold, quality considered, and th£fr your children can do just as well as you can. Last September !- 4 TERMS CASH. flbnce'é. I YOU CAN gWlKEEPTHE Sl llii Ya/QLP ifgpTROMTHE 1 DOORWHEN b-YÖU HAVE j MONEY IN m i the bank. -hi I I V /jl V m ? i !| I 'iilW T "m Z Vi 'S, . 'A y " -«*m tuuiHi iwimn"» < ' ,, ' " ■«w«iiii*«nw«ww ,w-,b THAT HUNGRY WOLF v -rr— Arr The commercial wolf is the hungriest wolf to keep from your door. Ottr large capital, our heavy deposits, and, best of all, the confidence the people of this community have in us, enable us to offer you the use of a sound institution in which to do your banking business. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK. The Old Reliable, » a 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 Drugs, Candies, Toilets, Etc. Sarah E. Lynch Hotel Grinnell Milner, Idaho Janies 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. RATES REASONABLE WE DEAL IN QUALITY! \ If you want good goods at right prices, trade with us. We handle a complete liue of sta ple Groceries, Hardware, American Fence, Stoves, Ranges, Etc, Longenberger & Belmont CXT. Idaho. '