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of mankind- A Stunendous. Spectacular production.
Showing in actual use, inventions which have made possible the freedom of the ocean depths to human beings.
Prices 25c and 50c.
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OAKLEY ITEMS.
"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.'
The most spectacular, most enthrall
ing, under the Sea Production in all
history, nothing like it on earth.
Coming to Orpheum June 26th.
*To Ihn Publie.
"1 have been using Chamberlain's
Tablets for indigestion for the past
six months, and it affords me pleas
to say I have never used a remedy
that did me so much good,"—Mrs.
C. E. Riley, Illion, N.Y. Chamber
lain's Tablets are obtainable every
where.
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A (1 vet-linemen t.
Can use more boys in the beets—
Earl Whiteley.
Mrs- Bertha Severe and Mane
Hates returned on Monday from their
\ isit to Salt Lake.
England returned on
Monday from his Utah trip.in his
new "Buick,"
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Chas.
All should patronize the Red X
entertainment to he given at Opera
House Monday, J une 25th. It is for
th-» sole benefit of the Red Cross and
all should turn out and help.
Mrs. Caroline Tucker returned on
W ednesday from Salt Lake. Shewas
accompanied by lier (laughter, Mrs.
Emily Despain of Salt Lake, who
will visit here for a short time
Funeral services were held at the
Fourth W'ard Meeting house on
Tuesday afternoon on the remains
of the little two year old babe of Mr.
and Mrs- L Hunter. I he is the
> e 'ond babe the young couple has
lost s nee they were married, and are
feeling much upset over th s loss.
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OAKLEY COAL AND
COMMISSION CO.
WE CARRY
Hay, Grain, Feed, Seed,
Coal and Flour.
We will pay Cash for EGGS and
POULTRY.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
WILBURN ROSE, Mgr.
LOST—Plain Gold Band Ring witi
Initial about June 5th between the
Anona Hall and Speekman Hardware
store. A reward will be given the
finder on returning same to the
Herald Office.
For Sale
a nice resinence, practi
aaily new, large lot, first class water
right; also household furniture for
sale cheap.
Apply at Oakley State Bank.
The Koch family all went to Twin
Falls on Wednesday to see Parley
who had come from Boise wiih the
band to play at a big Red Cross De
monstration in that city.
Hector C. Haight went to Twin
Falls Monday to bring home a new
Buick.
Supt. F. J. Lake of the Vipoint
mine was in town on Wednesday at
tending to the shipment of a car of
Ore from the mine. Prospects for a
mining town In that section are ex
cellent.
C E. Strong will be appointed U.
S. Commissioner to succeed Henry
W, Tucker,
L. J. Robinson has moved to Wil
low Creek.
You are in good company if you
use a U. S. Cream Separator—the
separator that the Oakley Hardware
Co, are advertising in this paper,
(see page 6)' The wonderfully good
sanitary features of tiîe U.S. Cream
account largely for its great popular*
The local selling agency will be
ity.
glad to demonstrate this Separator
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plain reasons that account for its ui «
usual »uccess and very general usage
everywhere.
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Insure your growing crops against
Home Insurance Co. of New York,
Earl Whiteley Agent.
Howl Complaints in India
In a lecture at one of the Des
Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary
from India told of going into the in
terior of India, where lie was taken
sick, that he had a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and diarrhoea
Remedy will) him and believed that
it saved his life. This remedy is'
used successfully in India both as a
preventive and cure for cholera. You
may know from this that it can be
depended upon for the mi'der forms
of bowel complaint that occur in this
country. Obtainable everywhere.
Ariv.r'U.ni.i
WANT COLUMN.
Stray 2 year old Red Heifer have!
been at my place since March 1st
No brand or ear marks. Owner can
have same by paying for feed bill S
and this ad.
Frank M. Lee.
For Sale—Towns' 1 .« Lot at Half ;
Price, 1 1-8 acre
Inquire Herald Office.
Good Alsike Clover Seed for Sale.
Inquire Mrs. Giltner,
at Onkley Co-Op.
Office Rooms for Rent at Davidson
building.
Inquire R, C. Davidson.
Wanted Stock to Pasture at Marion
Inquire J. B. Alexander.
For Sale—Brand New Single Seat
ed Buggy.
Gus Wahlstrom, Island, Idaho.
MONEY to LOAN
On I mproved Irrigated and
Dry Farm Lands.
By a new arrangement for
Quick Examinations, Prompt
iService is assured you, and
' your money as soon as applied
! for.
W. L. DUNN.
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This is an old saying that holds good for those who
may think of changing their banking connection as
well as those who are opening new accounts.
This bank has grown up in Oakley. Starting in a
small way in 1905 it has now grown to over $460,000.00
in resources.
During the past six months this bank has brought into Oak
ley more than $200,000.00 and reloaned it to its customers
for the development of this valley.
We take proper care of all lines of legitimate business whether
large or small, and from this fact have won for ourselves the
name of
The Old Reliable, the Bank with the Backing
We give to every deserving charity freely, we believe in our
City, in our State and in our Country.
We attribute our success to the fact that we have all the
business we can attend to without trying to interfere with that
of others.
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Always boosting, never knocking.
OAKLEY STATE BANK.
Your hanking connection identifies you.
See our SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULT,
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USE OUR FREE REST ROOM.
EVERYBODY ATTEND
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iat Opera House, Monday Evening, June 25th, 1917
1917 REVUE
for the Benefit of the RED CROSS

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