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OAKLEY, C ASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO, FRIDAY, MARCH ->4, 1911. NUMBER 5 We are prepared to eliminate all your trhubles about your appearance. Our new spring and summer suits will increase your enjoyment of dress. You will be sure you are dressed correct ifs a great Icomfort. to feel that you are ^ dressod eight. Did you ever feel just right when L you were not dressed just right? Our All wool Hand Tailored Clothes will relieve all these em Why pay from $5 to $8 suit when wo Call and inspect our i* lv. :*• À > barrassments for you. a»- additional for a ''made to order" guarantee a Perfect Fit, ^ Line. .«!*• > 3» I PEOPLE'S UNIONj, LTD. Oakley, Idaho. % \ ! Weeter Lumber Co., Ltd. OF OAKLEY Yards at the Following Towns Hagerman Hansen Filer American Falls McCammon Shoshone Wendell Milner Murtaugh Tv in Falls Pocatello Blackfoot Gooding Burley Kimberly Buhl Richfield (5 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 look over our stock will convince you of its superiority. (; Yours for a business year. Weeter Lumber Co. Oakley, Ida. Telephone 6 V Creditors' Notice. Est ate of Edwin Tadlock de ceased. Notice is hereby given, 1 hat Letters of Administration on the Estate of Edwin Tadlock deceased were granted to the undersigned on the 27th day of Feb., by tlie Probate Court of Cassia County. All persons ''aving claims against said Es late are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, at Oakley. Idaho, within four months after t lie date of this notice, or they shall be forever barred. Dated this 27th day of Feb ruary, 1911. E. S. Tadlock, Administrator Notice of Forfeiture ' S• ate of Idaho, 1 ounty o: f Cassia i *' January 2Brd, 1911 i J. F, Tatro: You aru hereby notified at 1 have expended four (4 hundred dol upon the f mining: claim« conaU Stfir rind T< 1 b d Improvements laho.* t opper Pot group 1 a« or the Copper Pot, Sunl appear by < ni y Recorder's offl rtl Heutes Hin) M...in liant us will f tills c il. the C re situated 111 La ml Said mining claims ( myon, holomlte Minin« District, Cassia < unity, Idaho. In order to hold said premises under the provisions of section Revised Statutes of I lie United States, belli« the amount re » for the year ending her Bist, 1910 and of within ninety fi«-r this notice by publication, you tribut *d to hold the « ...«In Uece days t ill or refuse t of such exp nditure ns « rest in said claims w r proportion wner your in ill become tee prop f the subscriber under said section ■ty GEORGE MY RES A. F. O. NIELSON, M. J) physician and surgeon office over Red Grots Pbarnmcj office Hours- 10 a.m. to I p.m. and 4 to # p.n OAKLEY lUAl! O. Houghtaling & Visser ARCHITECTS * TWIN FALLS, IDAHO Watermaster's Notice. To all owners of water in Emerson canal: You are hereby notified to come and work at repairing said canal, on Monday, March 27, iqi i, at 8 o'clock a. m. All owners living in Locust will commence where canal crosses road a t Henry Worthington's, and all others at Second 1 ward meeting house. Hring your shov-! J. C. DeLAMAR, Watermaster. j I els. DR. J. Ü. LOWE, DENTIS T ®ç*k,Offiee over Rt d Cross Pharmacy Oakley, Idaho B. P. HOWELLS Attorney at Law OAKLEY , IDAHO L. D. COWAN Civil and Irrigation Engi Licensed Surveyor ineer Orudnate of the State College of Colorado timis and deseHbHig 'egui siHsHyisHin^ of. a win iw around'dak'iey for' I 'few " ^ Ks oerore Heginnin« worlf on an irrita tion project that will probably take three . ; section Klv 1 ] Trade With C. E. Davidson And get a chance on that fine suit to be given away. He has first class fresh goods. The best shoes and suits in town. :: ;; ;; j I I ! C. E. Davidson OAKLEY, IDAHO Citizens' Mass Meeting -. , _ . • tilt . ! i he citizens meeting held Iast| „ , , . ,, , Saturday afternoon at Howells I i i , , i opera house was largely attend- ) ed, and much interest was tnani- ' tested .. , , trie meeting opened shortly .. ,, , , , , _ . g after 2:00 o clock, and Dr. A. F. ' ( >. Nielson was chosen to preside, with Edward H. Hale as secre tary of the meeting. Balloting was begun shortly after tlmee o'clock, the polls be ing held open for one hour to allow the various business men to relieve their employes,in order ting the latter, might repair to ., , , the opera house to vote _. , , rive candidates were named on each ballot, the total îesult being as follows: D. P. Thomas Jno. O. Lowe Jno. A. Elison E. P. Oldham Jno. McMurray J. Newell Day ley S. P. \\ orthington Edw. H. Hale W. R. Lee M. O. Funk I. B. Randall J. S. Hanzel 72 114 (51 i 57 j 17 25 51 20 55 11 10 your views. i Do you belong to a "ring?" Quit ! it, and join the Commercial Club, j Do you want an office? Come to j the Club; President McMurray has places for willing hands. Are you lonesome? Come to the Club; the jolly fellows there will cure the blues. 47 A Few Queries from the Booster's Club : Do you belong to the Oakley Com mercial Club? If not,WHY not ? Do you want a say in regard to the making of our town? The Com mercial Club is the place to air Can't you spare time to come to the meetings of the Club? Send your ( check, it is the next best thing to help the cause. . I don t live in Oakley —we pass them , on. Are you ready for the Ore Are you a knocker? No? Knockers gon Short Line.water works, elec tric lights, paved streets and Light Air Sanitarium? They will soon be here. 1 Commercial Club Meeting. The meeting of the commercial j club Wednesday night was an inte - esting one, several new members I joining and many new suggestions looking to civic improvement being discussed. Twenty members at tended, and during the session May or Lowe, John Adams, L. A. Critch field, Cashier J. B. Randall, Senator Haight, S. P. Worthington, Prof. Mitchell, and others, spoke on the matter of creating the new road district passed upon some time ago; j 1. H. farmer offered some pertinent matte- for the club's consideration; Prof/ uaney reported progress on the cabinet ordered by the club, and President McMurray commented on the new life with which the club was becoming endowed, and the prospect of an increased fund being soon available to enable club to pro ceed with its plans for the town's advancement. It appears to the writer that, in the very necessary matter of street < clean lines8, etc., as suggested by Mr. Farmer, lack of immediate fund of the club should not excuse depend ., ,. . . • « I enc e upon the action oi the village hoard. Popular subscription should «t least furnish sufficient fund to do ; that part of the work that is most urgent. A man has a very poor quality of local pride who will not disconnect himself from a dollar or 1 two occasionally for the sole satisfac tion of having his home town look ] well in the eyes of visiting stran Humanity is ever selfish, and for that reason a man who will not live in a modest dwelling after he can aflord a mansion, seems to take no i j thought of the fact that ill-kept streets, etc., with right-thinking jieople. reflect to a greater extent on I him than on his poorer neighbor, bo- ( I sides deteriorating to a great extent ' ! gers. from the value of his property. The troobls with the majority of people, J J , in Oakley as elsewhere, is that their enterprise will not stand the test of unselfishness from a communal standpoint. There is not a business j man in Oakley who will not fall over .. . , .. himself to subscribe $2o toward an -, improvement if you can prove to him that he will gain $50 as a direct result, but, in Oakley as elsewhere, those who will subscribe any appre- j eiable amount without hope or wish for any return in which their neigh bora do not share are sadly in the minority. B >' a11 means,try popular subscrip tio " for improvement that taxation will not warrant. We who are poor, , , , and have no property value to en ■ ,, , hance, nevertheless appreciate aes thetic environment sufficiently to be willing to do our share. A Check Book i A check book does not burn a j hole in your pocket like the act ual money. Signing your name to a check malfts y,ou think. You don't spend a check asread ily and carelessly as you speÿ 1 ready cash. An account at Ou bank would tend to restrict your'™ spending. Try an account witW u* and pay all your bills with checks. We will gladly give you a check book. If you will try this for one year you will be sur prised at the money you will save and you may then smile all your troubles. Make, your bank account grow. It itig your history and truthful story of your Open an account with us today. j Drop a little into the bank every^^ week and its rapid growth wilful i%recor(i /telling a surprise you. We pay 4 per cent on savings deposits and compound the in terest quarterly. Farmers Commercial & Sav- ( ( ing Bank, Oakley Idaho, Conference Rate« Via the Oregon Short Line Railroa' I for April Mormon Conference. Ticke , on sale from all points north of Ogdi U P '? Spencer, Idaho, April 3d to Sth, i\ elusive, limited to April ictn See age for rates and further particulars. Pay-As-You-Go Pla This to notifiy the public that alter April 1, 1911, will conduct our Hardware business 011 a strictly pay-as you-go plan. We shall be much pleased to have we 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 I trade with us on a spot cash We cordially invite you to call and see ' us and' j try our new plan. There will Oakley Hardware Company basis. bs no exceptions, as.you-go plan will be for all. The pay Respectfully, International Aviation Meet. Salt Lake City, April 5th to 10th, inclu sive Excursions via Oregon Short Line. Tickets on sale April 3d to 8th, inclusive, limited to April 13th, from Stations north of Ogden and south of Spencer, Idaho. agtnli> for ,ates and furtlier particu < "The Life and Crucifixion of Christ," as shown at the moving picture show of McGee & Sons Wed I « * nesday and Thursday nights, was a beautiful production, and was wit nessed by a crowded house at each performance. Will someone explain why the hoodlums were allowed to conduct themselves as they did in the face of so sacred a subject, bleating like sheep when the fieial lambs were shown sceen, and braying at the saeri on the appear ance of the donkey the Savionr rode? Such action was simply hor rifying, in a Christian community, and those so conducting themselves i should be arrested and punished. It would not be out of place for the Unique to keep a special officer on duty during its performances, if ( der can be preserved in no other ' way. or , j j >0000c000000000s^>00000000< X JENSEN'S CASH STORE Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, Cigars. Tobacco, Confectionary and Stationary. Anything you wish in Dishes. Tinware and Granit ware. W« also have a ten cent counter in connec tion and you can always find some useful article on it that will cost you double elsewhere. Call and look over our stock. We will save you money. We wait on you when you come in. Remember the store. < > A. W. Jensen X*OOOOQO0OOQOOOOOOO0OOOOO<X VlW*. tm m&öo (Amqu^ fyiwÄmüdift m m « , 7 : ] iitk der I m * ♦ ™ ^ H I wilful i ◄ J ( Co. £A m: XL. NEAR laho ONE r * C When in Milner make it a point to call on us. We carry a complete line of . Drugs, Candies, Toilets, Etc. I ■» 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 a / Meals at all hours. KATES REASONABLE I WE DEAL IN If you want good goods at right prices, trade with us. We handle a complete line of sta ple Groceries, Hardware, American Fence, Stoves, Ranges, Etc Longenberger & Belmont Co. Milner, Idaho.