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THE OAKLEY HERALD
NUMBER 4
OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1911.
VOL 15
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A Complete Line of
Plows, Harrows, Drills, Farm
Trucks, Wagons and Buggies.
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If you want to save money, call a?id get our
prices betöre buying elsewhere.
They say, "You Can't Better the Best."
We Sell The Best !
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PEOPLE'S UNION, LTD.
Oakley, Idaho.
Weeter Lumber Co., Ltd.
OF OAKLEY
Yards at the Following Towns
Hagerman
Hansen
Filer
Burley
Kimberly
Buhl
Milner
Murta ugh
Tv in Falls
Pocatello
Blackfoot
Gooding
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,
over our stock will convince you of its
superiority.
A look
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Yours for a business year.
Oakley, Ida.
Telephone 6
Weeter Lumber Co.
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that little deal oj youlï feel vely
ha jo joy. a Si<f valiety oj joliees and
c Uyleb. cfoojo in to the Siç <Uole with
the little jylieeàr and
one out oj youl join money.
The D. P, Thomas Furniture Co., Oakley.
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Mtililofial Local
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Albert Hale, ol Island, who
taught the Basin school during
the winter, tilled the chair ot
Prof.
Oakley or
school during the latter'» ab
When possible, bring or send is
copy tor printing to the office,
Copy taken over the phone is J
bound to be lalhble. Which is
why "Mrs. Maggie Riddle''
should be "Mrs. Maggie Whit
tle" on the invitation you re
ceive to attend the grand ball to
be given at the rink on the 24th
for the benefit ot the Second
Ward.
Belnap in the
senee last week.
Forty five people from Osk
e y attended the Sweetser
Ilaight-Taylor banquet at Bur
ley last Thursday evening, re
turning at midnight. They re
port a dandy good time and en
tertainment. Lt.-Gov. Sweetser
acted as toastmaster,
A dance will he given at the
nnk Friday evening, March 24,
under direction of the Y. L. M.
I. A. of the Second Ward. A
grand good time mav he looked
for and excellent nrtisic Will he,
furnished. For benefit of the
Second Ward.
J. W. Belnap, one of Oakiey's
able educators, who was called
to Ogden last week by the death
of his brother, returned to Oak
ley Monday and resumed his du
ties in our pnblie schools. Mr.
Belnap's brother died in Los An
geles, Calif., and was interred at
Hooper, Utah, near Ogden.
Basin Items.
Born-—To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weig
hall, on March n, an 8 1-2 pound girl,Dr.
Stockslager in attendance. Mother and
child doing well.
Mr. R. M. Jones, of Grant Creek, the
mining expert, was a business visitor to
Basin on the 14th, and reports that the
mines are looking very promising in that
district
Mrs Bert Bartholomew was removed
to the Oakley hosoital Tuesday.
Mrs. I. Lyman of Oakley was visiting
her mother, Mrs. H. G. Fairchild recent
iy
Farming has begun in full blast. The
snow on the mountain is more plentiful
than usual, and a prosperous year is ex
pected.
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers or this paper will he pleased to learn
e dreaded disease that science
In all Its stages, and that Is
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive
known to the medical fraternity. Cutarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution and assist
ing nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have
so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any rase that It falls to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by n I* Dnicclsts. 7 5c.
T&kc Hah's Family Fills for constipation.
that there Is at least
has been able to
Catarrh.
Advertised Letters.
The following letters remaining
uncalled fdr 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 Monday, March 20, 1911:
H. S. Destgin
Thos. Dalton
When callin ; for the above letters
please say "Advertised."
L. J. Robinson, P. M.
H. O. Despair
Miss Nel Judd
The Store of Quality
SUIT
SALE!
If you wish tobe well suited, call and look
new line of Men and Women's suits, which have just arri
red and which are first class in fit and quality.
over our
S. P. W. Mercantile Co.
Oakley, Idako.
It Is Easy.
It is easy to open an account
at our bank. It is only neces
sary to bring or send a dollar,
or as much more as you may de
sire, sign a signature card, and
the thing is done. Our method
is easy, simple and sure. It is
our purpose to handle any busi
J ness entrusted to us in such a
fair and liberal manner as to
make the customer's relation
with our bank satisfactory and
profitable. There is just one
way to do business, and that is
the best way. Call and let us
talk our way over with you.
The laborer with his dollar will
receive the same cordial treat
ment as the man with his thou
sands. Why not start an ac
count today,and watch it grow?
Hundreds ol satisfied customers
have watched the interest swell
the total of their bank balance
with pleasure. Make this your
banking home. You will always
find the latchstring out. Econ
'i£tjy encourages all the better
elements of manhood. You cau
start on this road by a deposit
ot one dollar at this bank.
We pay 4 per cent on savi
deposits and compound the
terest quarterly.
Farmers Commercial & Sav
ing Bank. Oakley Idaho.
in
NOTICE
There will be a massmeet
ing at 2 p. m. sharp at B. P.
Howells' opera house, Sat
urday the 18th day of Marol
1911, for the purpose of nom
inating a Citizens' Ticket for
election of Town Trustees,
April 4th, 1911.
B. P. Howells
M. O. Funk
S. P. Worthington
Pay-As-You-Go Plan
This to notifiy the public
that after April 1, 1911,
will conduct our Hardware
business on a strictly pay
yougo plan. We shall be
much pleased to have
we
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to
you
call and test the matter as to
price, under our new plan.
We feel very confident that
it will be to your interest to
trade with us on a spot cash
basis. We cordially invite
you to call and see us and
try our new plan. There will
bs no exceptions. The pay
as-you-go plan will be for
Respectfully,
be
Oakley Hardwark Company
Do you know that of all the minor ail
ments colds are by far the most dang
ous? It is n..t the cold itself that
cr
, —- you
need to fear, but the serious diseases that
it often leads to. Most of these are
known as germ diseases. Pneumonia
and consumption are among them. Why
not take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and cure your cold while you can?
sale by Oakley Pharmacy.
For
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 have not
been withdrawn. Please remember that we are
never undersold, quality considered, and that
your children can do just as well as you can.
Last September
flbrice'8.
ITS A COLD WORLD,
But à bank book is
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Drugs, Candies, Toilets, Etc.
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Sarah E. Lynch
Milner, Idaho.
BOARD AND LODGING
Meals at all Hours
Good Home Cooking
RATES REASONABLE
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WE DEAL IN QUALITY»
If you want good goods at right
prices, trade with us.
We handle a complete line of eta
. pie Groceries, Hardware, American
Fence, Stoves, Ranges, Etc
Longenberger & Belmont Co.
Milner, Idaho.
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Good Service and Courte
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Meals at all hours. .
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