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We h»4* Just received a big line of Dishes,
p»,£HaB8jyare, School Supplies aud in
|jtyffting that is needed in and about
»' the nEuae. Watch our window for Valen
tines. We hove the largest line of Valentines
ever seen in (Jakley- Remember, we are
Never Unnderâold. Come in and be convin
ced. Ohr Free Delivery starts Feb. 1st.
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JENSEN'S CASH STORE
PHONE NO. 35 *
CAKLEY, IDAHO
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Commencing February 1st and
Ending March 1st, 1911
Four Standard Talking Machines given away
absolutely free to the first four $25 purchasers.
Come early and get the machines. Said purchas
ees to be withheld until sale is ended. We quote
a few prices as follows;
14 lbs of Sugar for $1.00, by the sack
3 lbs best Jap Rice 20c
Honeysuckle milk 10c, 3 for 25c
Shoes and Dry Goods 15 per cent off
25 suits of Men's and Bo>s' Underwear,
Coal Oil at the unheard of price of 23c per gallon
in 5 gallon lots.
$6.75
Corn 10c, 3 for 25c
49c
Many other prices equally an low which time and
space will not permit uh to give. Come and see
our goods before buying elapwliere. We will
guarantee cordial treatment ./

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lENERAL MERCHANDISE
Basin,
Idaho
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TWO HQILSE OVERALLS
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they always pleas#.'*
EBY PAIR GUARANTEED
MADE BY
ease
LEVi STRAUSS (Ö. COMPANY
r THE NEW WHY OF SMOKING MEAT 1
By applying two coats of WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE
directly to the meat with
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 entire summer.
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Wright's Condensed Smoke
Is a lluuld smoke and contains nothing except what Is obtained
by burning hickory wood. It Is put up In square quart bottles only, each
metal eap. NEVER SOLD IN Bl'LK. A bottle will smoke
(280 lbs.). For sale by all druggists at 7Ee.
druggist for FREE BOOK, "The'New Wav
WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE. Made only by
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barrel of meat
Every bottle guaranteed. Ask
Be sure to get the genuine

^-_THE^E._H. WPf ICHT CO., Ltd., Kansas City, Mo. ^
RED CROSS PHARMACY
LISTEN!
This oomlng year is going u
best that the country ha
get In and help send it along.
be the
«ver see
Then
will be more building, mon
ter time* and a
work bet
Royal Tulin
ish 01
•nuit* early and la
ed Huit«, si
tlie first to get
spring suits at 10 per cent disc«
price from last year.
ig
nobby
ut tu
one
id y started to
Spring work has air
come in, so bring yours and don't be
slow.
C. l. Davidson
OAKLEY, IDAHO
L. D. COWAN
Civil and Irrigation Engineer
Licensed Surveyor •
Graduate of the Stat«* Co 11 eg« • of Colo r» d
Claas of IW 1 , 11 *
lag in Idaho. Expert In aubdividing sec
tions and describing legal subdivision
,ra expel tertre in ditch
round Oakley for a few
rork* on
linens» to do lurid Sur
y
sort Ion. Five >
work. Will be
weeks before beginning
irrigi
project that wlH probably taU«- tlm
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Is now located in the
SHOE SHOP!
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kinds of sltott repairing.
LOOK FOR THE BIG BOOT
NOTICE is hereby given that Peter
Oe of Twin Kalla, Twin Falls Countv,
Idaho, who, on April 29th, 0107, made
Desert Land Entry (Serial No. 03332) i
No. 1782, for W 1-2 SK 1-4, E 12 SW 1-4 1
Section î 6 , Township 16 S., Range 17 1
K. B. M. has filed notict of intention to
make Final Prcof to establish claim to
the land above described, before John F. \
Hansen, U. S. Commissioner, at his office ;
SERIAL N O.O 3332 .
Noliee for Publication.
Department of the Interior, L'. S. Land
Office at Hailey, Idaho.
Dec. 8th, 1910
at Hansen, Twin Falls County. Idaho, i
'ÂÏISE«..:
Georgs Vliet Emile Braun j
Millie A. \ Met Helen Braun ;
All of Twin Fal]s, Twin Falls Co., Ida :
P. F. HORNE, Register.
1 OAKLEY
HERALD ,
Published Friday of each week
T. J. Murphy.
Mr«. L. Murphy, Associate Editor.
rates or snssoaiPTioN.
One year. <ln advance).
Six Months .
Single copy.
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Knterea at the Poet Office at Oakley, Idaho,
A*>r transmission through the maiis as
second cia»« Matter.
Local and Personal.
L. A. Nelson made a business trip
to Albion first of the week.
20 percent discount on Furs at
Mrs. Halverson's
W. M. Worthington was in Twin
Falls last week, on busines|.
Cash paid for hides and furs at the
Golden Rule Store, Oakley.
Riddle the Jeweler, at postoffice
corner. Nuf ced !
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Cash paid for hides and furs at the
Golden Rule Store, Oakley.
John G. and Mrs. Mary Martin of
Basin were pleasant business callers
at the Herald office Saturday.
A. A. Durkee was a visitor to
Burley, first of the week, on busi
ness.
Bishop D. P. Thomas has been id
for several days this week, with a
bad cold.
A. W. Jensen returned Monday
from a few days' business at Malad,
where he was formerly located.
A monster new steam shovel ar
rived Tuesday for the Faris-Kesl Co.,
for use at the dam.
Mrs. C. L. Jenkins, the Herald's
appreciated Locust correspondent,
visited the Herald office Wednesday.
Miss Viva Cranney, i'rincipal Rob
inson's able assistant in the Marion
schools, was a pleasant business visi
tor at the Herald office Saturday.
See Riddle the Jeweler and have
that watch and jewelry repaired
that it will stay repaired. At post
office corner.
The F a r i s-Kesl Company
ceived two engines and a number of
cars, a few days ago, for use at the
dam.
The Monitor Clipping Bureau of
Boston, Mass., sent a request this
week for winter numbers of the
Herald.
The Stake Sunday-school board
will give a grand ball at Anona hall
on Friday evening, Feb. 24.
music and a good time guaranteed.
Jno. H. Fairchild, Basin's enter
prising merchant, was a pleasant
business caller at the Herald office
Wednesday.
Chas. L. Haight, who succeeded
his brother. Senator H. C. Haight,
manager of the Oakley Co-Op.,
will make good, as he is a pleasant
fellow, and, like his brother,is popu
lar with all classes.
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Good
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The Academy recital last Friday
was a
evening at the opera house
grand success, the different numbers
being excellently well rendered and
a fair-sized audience attending.
en
of
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WANTED—A reliable man to han
dle staple line in Oakley. Profitable
and steady employment for good
hustler.
For particulars address
Grand Union Tea Co., 2436 Wash
ington Ave., Ogden, Utah.
2t-52
An annual meeting of the stock
holders of the People's Union
held Tuesday, at which several
director were chosen, and officers of
the company were elected for the
was
new
ensuing year.
How to cure a cold is a question in
wh,ch many are interest «'i just
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won
its great reputation and immense sale by
its remarkable cure of colds,
ways be depended upon.
Oakley Pharmacy.
now.
It can al
For sale by
Morris J. Leehy, superintendent
of construction for the Rocky Moun
tain Bell Telephone
turned Tuesday from Hansen,where !
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he had been for several days repair
ing the company's lines at the Rock I
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A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on
to the affected parts is superior to any
plaster. When troubled with lame back
or pains in the side or chest give it ..
trial and you are certain to be more than
company, re
pleased with the prompt relief which it
So" »V Ph.r m ,c T .
Manon, son ot Mrs. U. J. Me
Bride, who reopened the Home Ho- to
tel a tew weeks ago, has been quite
ill for the past week. Mrs. McBride !
is running * short-order in addition
to her regular hotel business, and
should be well patronized.
Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor ex-.
ercise insufficient mastication of food,
constipation, 2 torpid liver, worry and
stomach trouble* Correct your habits
and take Chamberlain's Stomach and
u Vcr Tablet» and you will soon be well
again. For sale by Oakley Pharmacy.
Mrs. R. A. Boren, Mrs. Jas. Port
an! Miss Annie Martindale all up
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hold the reputation of Oakley for
f or fi ne butter, and each had butter '
wrappers printed at the Herald [
this week, and Mrs. Aaron Avery of
Hazel, to pro.ve that her butter
must be classed with the best, had :
some wrappers printed at the same
time.
For Sale—In Boise, Idaho, three
lots, east front, on two car lines,
with 3-room house; fine shade. Ad
dress Mrs. Geo. W. Manning, 1915
N. 19th street, Boise, Ida.
Riddle the Jeweler has moved his
jewelry establishment into the build
ing on the postoffice corner hereto
fore occupied by the Oakley Real
Estate and Investment Co. He has
a fine, up-to-date stock and is a first
class workman.
When her child is in danger a woman
will risk her life to protect it. No great
act of heroism or risk of life is necessary
to protect a child from croup. Give
Chambedain's Cough Remedy and all
danger is avoided. I or sale by Oakley I
Pharmacy. 1
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the People's Union, Ltd.,
was held in the office of the com j
pany on Monday, Feb. 13. The re
port of the board of directors show
ed an increase in the year's business
of $760.89. The stockholders elect"
ed as the board of directors for the !
ensuing year Hyrum L. Hunter, [
sr. I
Thus. H. Clark, L. J. Robinson,
H. R. Mathews, T. Mathews, Loren :
J. Robinson, ja., and F. D. Robin
son.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
inge^t he^whots TyTtem £hen !
entérine It throunh the mucous surlaces. Hurh :
articles should never be used except on prescrip
tlona from reputable physicians, as the damnee they i
will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney «V Co., Toledo, O.. contains no •*'*'*••
cury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon
the blood und mucous surfaces of the system. In !
buying Hails Catarrh cure be sure you get the
genuine. It Is taken Internally, and made In Toledo«
Ohio, hy F. Cheney A Co. Testimonials free.
as mercury will sur
and completely dor.
Hold by Druggists. Price. 75c. per bottle.
Take Hall's Family IMlls for constipation.
Many people miss it greatly, in
Oakley, by not being satisfied to let
well enough alone; but, on the other
hand, the inability to concede medi
ocrity that particular distinction is
rather complimentary than other
wise to a man's power of judgment.
The Oakley-Burley stage was well
enough, for its time, the railroad is
better; the creeks were once well
enough as water conservators for ir
rigation purposes, our splendid res
ervoir is better; the express compa
nies were once well enough as com
mon carriers, the parcels post will
be better.
tou are probably aware that
pneu
monia always results from a cold,hut you
never heard of a cold resulting in pneu
monia when Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy was used- Why take the risk when
this remedy may be had for a trifle? For
sale by Oakley Pharmacy.
Read the article from the Boise
Statesman in another part of this
paper showing up the bare-faced
robbery of the express system of
this country. Every newspaper in
this country, city or country, should
devote space of each issue to this
matter until public opinion has driv
en these robbers out of business and
the express business of the country
into the hands i.n 1 ownership of the
United States government. It is
time railroad and express owership
of the U. S. government should be
changed to the U. S. government's
ownership of railroads and express.
For Sale—I have a good, one-man
cross-cut saw, bran-new, cost $2.50,
which I will sell with sympathy and
commiserating pitv, for $1.75, to the
man, woman or child who is unfor
tunate enough to have to use it.
Apply, with reference as to sanity
and good, moral char„cter, at this
office.
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If you ha\ r e goods to buy or busi
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■ , e ^ e( iuinng e
expenditure of money, in the name
of common sense and fairness, buy
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y0UI Ifoods and transact your busi
noss right here in Oakley. Do you
make your living here ? Very well'
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then, it is OI vital importance to you
We
that Oakley should also live
hm ,. e „„ d , t „ re .. profe*«*!
men, and each is paying good money
to keep Oakley up. Then, for your
own, if not for Heaven's sake
roeate !
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Locust News
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I Leona, the little daughter of Mrs.
Leona Fairchild had a narrow es
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. ca P^ from death last week
A horse
struck at her with both front feet,
lts hoofs cuttln K terrible gashes in
her head. It was serious for awhile,
but she is now recovering.
Mrs. Tanner is visiting at Buhl,
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P 0 ** Wlt h some bran-new gasoline
' lifirhts.
Our schoolhouse has been equip
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Nellie Tanner and Morgan Musaw
were unitee in Marriage last week.
The ceremony was performed by
: Bishop 0. B. Pickett. _
The heavy snowfall we have had
was very welcome to the farmers
hereabout, and was very much need
ed.
The people of this ward are pre
paring to have their ward reunion
on Feb. 22.
Mrs. Kate Samuelson is visiting
her daughter, Mrs- Jno. Larson, at
Burley. Mr. and Mrs. Larson have
recently had an addition to their
family, in a fine baby girl.
Andrew Elison's new house is
progressing finely.
business, and has been building
sheds f hjs lambs .
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John Adams is now in the sheep
Milton McBride and wife are here
from American Falls, visiting his
parents.
j Parley Critchfield and wife truly
have the sympathy of all. In addi
tion to the recent loss of their fine
baby boy they have another child ill.
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A birthday party in honor of the
: fiftieth birthday of Mrs. C. L.
Jenkins was given at Locust Feb. 14.
The lady's daughters, Mrs. Agnes
and Nettie, who were the primes
movers in the affair, prepared a fine
dinner for the guests and the inter
! vening time till near midnight was
: oru.rif in cramas music anH onoiol
frames, ITiUSlC Rim SOC13.I
i nr ,,l (Glinifot-inn nf
Diversion, cinCl IL11C1 tatlOn OX LIlL
U/totooa
iiUbLcoa.
fiftieth hirthrlav has rnnip at last
! naSCOme at last
Just nail a hundred years have past
Since mv own dpar mother first held me
, own Qear mou,ei ne \"
in her clasp,
was a wee little, thing so hapless and
lean.
The people were poor as poor as ever
could be,
but a happier lot you never could see;
They had little to eat and little to wear
But with one another they ever would
share.
Grantsville is the home of my birth,
The little old ulace where I first came
to earth,
It was close to the great Salt Lake,
the breezes blew
And the pleasures of childhood I always
knew.
The grasshopper come and took all our
grain
But dear father planted and planted
again
corn that he planted and that
was our grain,
That give us bread till seed time come
t was
again.
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My parents were those of the Pioneer
stock
And more noble could never been got,
They were honest and true in that what
thçy knew,
So they imported to others all the way
throngh.
My hair is uprinkled with silvery grey,
And the days of my youth are passing
away,
And may the dear master never let me
stay
When I am helpless and can't earn my
way.
A pleasure it is for me to work;
To do all I can and never to shirk;
The cares of life, altho, they aye many,
The clouds we pass thro' some time
may be shiny.
My family and relatives both old and
small,
A good feeling I have in my heart for
you all;
May vou live long and do what is right,
And if you do, in the end you will come
out all right
To die will be the last thing that I'll do,
But to dread death i can't say thnt 1 do;
For one thing 1 know my Master will do,
He may not judge me as harshly as
others might do.
But a mission on earth I was sent for
to do,
And I know many times I have failed, so
have you;
So I want to live to do good unto you.
For I know I will get rewarded for
just what 1 do.
— Mrs. C. L. Jenkins.
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
ore Monday, February 20, 1911 ;
Mrs. W. W. Barton
Mrs. Bill Eperson
When callin r for the above letters |
please say "Advertised."
L. J. Robinson, P. M.
DR. J. O. LOWE,
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•^.Office over Red Cross Pharmacy
Oakley, Idaho
B. P. HOWELLS
Attohmt at Law
OAKLEY , IDAHO
A. F. O. NIELSON, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Red Cross Pharmiu y
Office Hours- H> *.m
OAKLEY
. to 3 p.m. a
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id 4 to H \\ n
Houghtaling & Visser
ARCHITECTS
I W IN FALLS,
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 [laving charges, W. M.REAI).
Valley View, Idaho, Feb. 10 , rgu.
A. W. Posey of Basin, Idaho has one
red spotted cow, branded on right hip.
Mark underbit on right ear.
Owner can have same s. me by
paying feed bill.
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Notice of Forfeiture
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State of Idaho,
County of Cassia f
teS.
January 2tfrd, 1911
ire hereby
To J. F, Tatro: Y
that I have expended four <4» h
d i
»lifted
dred dri
ttle
sis
I alio.
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Copper Pot Kr«
r the Copper I'<
p nf mi ri I ok
tlnif
d
Mo«
light us
in
by
iiiicat
«led
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the County Recorder'» oftl
y. Said
Canyon, Dolomite Minin« District.,
County, Idaho.
der to hold said premises under the
of section 2324 Revised Statutes of
being the amount in
quired to hold the same for the year ending
December Bist, 1910 and of wit hi
fter tills
fail or refuse to contribute your proportion
of such nxpenditu re as :i co-owner your in
terest In said claims will become tee prop
erty of the «noseriher under said section
2824.
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f this
inlng claim
hunted In Land
Cassia
In
provint«
in* United Suites
Inet, y
days
otic« by publication, y<
GEORGE MY RES
SERIAL NO. Ü3352.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF THE; INTERIOR
Ü. s. Li
id Office at llailey, Idaho
December ;tl. I9»u.
Notice is hereby «lye
E Tl
prion, assignee of Edward T. Barber of G
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t liât Ans
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in«, Lincoln County, Idaho,
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20 th. 19U8 im de desert
for Lot. 1, a
1L> south, Rj
tiled notice
. No. 2107,
PpliCHt 1«
<1 SK I 4 NE 1-t of SiTtlon «, iwp
<'«' 20 east Boise Merkli
f Intent!
, inis
ke final proof
I bed
. S, Commissioner at
tli day of February,
establish nl tlm
«»the land a»
before A. C'. DeMs
Burley, Idaho, on
1911,
y. IT
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Claimant names as
Edward T. Barber »
Goodin«. Idaho, Ira
M. Bower, both of Artesl
witnesses:
ml Bert Fink both of
E. at
d Jam*)!
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City, Idaho.
P. F, HORNE. Register
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
Notice is hereby given that at i p. m.,
on the 17th day of March, 1911, at Oak
ley county of Cassia, State ot Idaho,
before B. P. Howell, N. P., proof will be
submitted of the completion of work*
for the diversion of two cubic feet per
second of the v\ aters of Workman Springs
in accordance with the terms and con
ditions of a certain permit heretofore
issued by the State Engineer of the
State of Idaho.
t. The name of the person or corpo
ration holding said permit is Charles O.
Workman.
2. The postoffice address of such per
son or the place of business of such cor
poration is Artesian City,County ot Cas
sia, State of Idaho.
T The number of such permit is (>603
and the date set for the corn} letion
such work is March 17th, 1911.
4. Said water to he used for irriga
tion and domestic purposes.
3. Said works of diversion will be
fly completed on the date set for such
completion, and the amount o f water
which said works are capable of conduc
ting to the place of intended use, in ac
cordance with the plans accompanying
the application for such permit, is two
cubir feet per second.
The amount of lands for which
said water is available is too acres, par
ticularly described as follows: SW
of NW 1-4 and NW 1-4 of SVV 1-4 and
N I-2 of Sw 1-4 of Sw 1-4, all in Sec. 3,
Tp. .2, S., R. 20, K. B. M.
I). G. MARTIN, State Enginee:.
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APPLICATIONS FOB
CRAZING 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 he filed tn mv office
Oakley, Idaho, on or before Feb
ruary 28, 1911. Full inform
request,
at
ation in regard to the
fees to he charged
forms to be used in making appli
cations will be furnished
grazing
and blank
upon
Win. McCoy, Supervisor

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