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THE OAKLEY HERALD NUMBER 41 OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO. FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 1918 VOL 22 ANOU NCEMENT. The Oakley Herald I appears this week under new manage- 1 incut. The paper was the former manager-editor, Fred sold bv Jenkins, to a group of local per- ! sons, who formed the On Kiev Publishing Co., to «^vuduct the business h corporation f the I paper. The personnel of the new management includes ns diverse a representation ; of the community interests as can be secured, nnd stock will be offer ed to others to embrace every possible interest, and to secure. the support of a unified people. I it the effort to merge interests for tlie community good, both | batiks represented in the 1 are corporation and a glance at the j board ot directors shows the men behind'(the pH per: Frank Beckwith, pres.. J. C. Jontz, vice pres., anti Chns. A. Bauer, C. E. Strong, B, P. Howells, S. P* Worthington and Chas. Brown; directors. The policy of the paper will bei as nearly independent in'politii s as it may be run, devoted en tirely-to the upbuilding of this] this community. Nothing will be permitted in its policy to de tract from this aim. It will he the endeavor of The Herald to Stand toremos-t jns the voice of the community in all worthy) public measures, broad minded, upbuilding, with the constant aim to give a newsy, interesting paper. We wantjeorrespondents. We want someone to represent us iu Marion, Churchill, Basin, Is land, Almo,' Moulton and Elba. Our correspondents will be ac corded the usual courtesies. Tlteir names will not appear in connection with any news or article sent in, thouglp we will i , not in any ease pay any atten tion or make any reply to an anonymous communication. ■ Wr want t he news. Telephone or write your social gatherings, the news ot your family and of) your neighbor's family, In any ) community so small that paid ; help of reporters is an impos sibility, a newspaper is depen-! dept entirely in its uewsgather iug upon the willingness of! those who know things to tell , ) we want the; them, Especially do liberal support of advertisers. No paper advertising. Subscriptions arei also necessary. A weak paper is always one that is weakly ! supported. We solicit your patronage; wa wislt for your liberal sup retitrn we promise we can do toward Can run on lack of' ; and environs ) piVt. In the best making Oakley busy, attractive an i prosper ft, ous ^SUBSCRIBER U \\ïj ; i \ w Jl a : \ \ HONOIt £M»trM This is a reproductior of ihe J vin doiv posier lo which subscribers to ihe Fourth Libe'tp Loan are entitled. So AMERICAN Home should be without it I Bert Nelson • of ;Muultonj* erect mg h new residence. Carlos McIntosh of the' Basin h - jusbcompleted a new house. Miss Grey, teacher of the Moulton school, was in the city Saturday, Attorney Dunn and J. It Butler make a trip to Twin_Falls Wednes day. Miss Alice Lingg of -Platt Centre, Neh., is visiting herdsister," Mrs - E. [. Hansel. The Messrs. John and Rav McMnr rav were business visitors at Twin '•'alls Monday. Moulton Ernest Sparks of the conntrv is planning to spend the! winter in Burley, Mrs. A^«n ^n^nchqw h«« left for Portland. Ore., where M r . Open sh tw is emp'oved. Mnnlev and Miss T.ingg'were j visitors at Burley and Rugert Sat- ; urday and Sunday Mit W. H. Keim is building' a new . , nnnCTfllDW on the lor opposite the ! j j President .Tack residence. f'Onklcv and Mr. F. M. Hatch Mr F O Osndv nf Churchill were visitors at Burlev Tuesday. Samuel Harwood, who nnerates a dry farm at Moulton. Lns"mnved to Burley for the winter months. Cnl-lpn Valiev has erected a new j «ohne! building that is equipped ) with modern heating apparatus. Wm. Nannev, manager of the ; Studebaker Company, made a busi | trip to Moulton and Almo last ness I week. Carl D. Tones of Golden Valiev was a visitor in the city Wednesday and paid this office a very pleas ant V'isi t. The Misses Derringer, Bates nnd Crawford were the guests of M rs. Horton D- Haight at dinner Mon day evening. Mr' and Mrs lames he t ' .ft r<,-j. day for Salt Lake City, where they wi I take in the Utah State Fair and the Conference. A dancing party was given Tues day night in honor of Leland Clark who leaves soo t t > taise military tr lining'in California. -|-j ie threshing machines are very hr i«v, It is expected that the work j 0 f threshing in this valley will be j completed next week, 1 Twn granaries of three thousand j bushel capacity are being 1 built at) Moulton. Haker'are the L. A. Hendrieks and S. wild s. and F. O Herrn in ' Me Murray Peters m returned Monday night from Chicago, where they had titketl four carlo ids of sheep. Mr. «nd '1rs. G. A . Bauer nnd Miss Emma Berringer motored to Ru- ' pert Saturday, where they were the : guests of Miss Marie Berninger. W. A. Van Englen, manager of; the Burley Golden Rule Store, was ) in the city Wednesday visiting Mr. Spitzmesser, manager of the Oakley Golden Rule. W. M. Garvin Rnd H. G. Bunn have recently been away prospect the old Midget place ndjoin ing on ingtheVipont Mr. Bunn has gone back for ten days more'work. i Attorney H. W. Tucker and son; of Burley were in our city j and Thursday. Mr. Bert " ednesday Tucker is a former resident, whom ) Oakley people are always glad to) : ■ greet - . i J. D. Bain and family ofTong , Okla., wlto have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cowles, leit our city Monday. While here they visited the Vi ! , ft w a y I pont mine, tlie City of Rocks, I Shoshone Falls and other points Mr. Bain is making of interest. tlie round trip) from Oklahoma in his car. He savs that the Oakley valley looks a great deal better to him than any land that he saw in crossing Colo rado and Wyoming. 10 Walking the Plank m, 9 \ v x Vi ê ? ■ rZsji . > m •-■ at. ré y . , cjâfe £ -^ S>ÿ, ■-VS u »> Wa % ':s?SX s 2V 'm « y ■ ,%h> ... v Yt. ; ■ rW fi were shelled without warning »F1 o'clock in the morning in our rest bllleis. and three of my lieutenants , were killed instantly in the inky dark- ' #»*." This is the simple letter of a | ca|»tain on the battle line In France. po you count the dollars of Fourth Liberty when every retaliatory shell from 166 millimeter howitzer costs nearly | 100 ? "Your limit Is your duty In the fourth Liberty Loan." BUY A FOURTH LIBERTY BOND By H. V. Neal. Hark, a voice to you appealing, Men of Freedom, Thought and Feeling, ! Innocents implore you kneeling, "Buy Bond." Hosts of Heil are Right defying. Sparing not the si ok or dying; Broken hearts to you are crying, a Bond." who, in the fight, .. for God and Right, Keep their home fires burning bright, Buy a Bond. In the name of Hi hert y, j Strike the blow to make men Free, j Help to win the Victory, Buy a Bond! your Loan subscription a "Buy For our bo\ Stand l'or l j ) »"Sack up Pershing and he will back the Kaiser over the Rhine.' Fourth Liberty Bonds. Buy In Flanders Fields the Poppies If you can't work, buy; If you can't ; our fighting men by putting over the fight, buy; if you have bought—buy." | Fourth Liberty Loan with an oversub- Fourth Liberty Bond*. | ncription we wUl have no time to - pause and worship those poppies, nor "Liberty Bonds speak a language to admire the poppies in our owl the Kaiser understands. Talk to him fields. Bloom—But if we are going to back up fpday." Put your dollars SPEED THEM TO FRONT In uniform. MOTORS i * t gjPÄ| 4 » |?T. y? ■*» IV jj t-2 .40*. <4 's s >, • 4 i 4 J n j j ■4 a 1 >,V • Â ■ -j 1 1 v i t v i 1 r j >'<X' % $-* Motor trucks by the tens of thousands have made the great war different from any other In adding mobility to the opposing armies. Where preparation for battles in previous years required days, hours Since taxicabs won the first battle of the Marne, are now necessary, gasoline and rubber have been increasing factors. Some of the American troops in recent battles, perhaps those shown above in a momentary halt in a French village, have traveled thirty hours with hardly a stop for rest. Your subscription to the Fourth Liberty Loan will add to the certainty that some day troops will not reach a fight too late to win it. ' : RETREATING KULTUR LEAVES ITS MARK .*? w • hr- * ijHüm nriirf ~ : i. m mu «.,2 ■ ■ s* 'r iv. mu i i«® j '*4 ,- tw*», ) to) - S*'"'C 4^ r ■ : I » . -F- *'•!-/ "F -V'-r ! This shows one of the thousands of French villages which have been smashed to dusty brick heaps by opposing artillery during German capture and occupation. Too often French gunners are under the necessity of sending shells into the homes where they have spent happy years with their wives and babies. Your subscription to the Fourth Liberty Loan will help move the ruin back into Germany. Back Your Own With the Bond You Own. Buy a Bo/id j Today Wear^ This Button To Buy or Not to Buy I* Nat the Question—Buy. Each bond a step toward victory. Liberty Loan Rally. A big; Liberty Loan Rally was held at the Howell Opeia House Snnday night. In spite of the rain there were more than three hun-1 dred people present. The meeting was presided over by I . T. Jack, local chairman, Pres. and the speakers were Attorney Sutherland of Burley. C. C. Baker. county chairman of the Speakers' Bureau. A tty B P Howells and Pres- John A. Elison of the Raft River Stake. j I The Burley band added inter« t j and enthusiasm by rendering popu- | ! lar and patriotic selection«. The , . . , , 1 addresses were characterized by ! thought and patriotism of a high , order and were enthusiastically re ceived by the audience Lost Right Hand. Clarence Tracy lost his right hand as a result of an accident Tuesday wnile threshing at his , ,. _ , _ ' ,Hrm llear Moulton. Mr. 1 racy | was oiling the machine when his jumper sleeve caught in the cylinder. Before the machinery could be stopped bis hand and lower forearm had been drawn in and completely crushed. Fred Johnstone brought the wounded man to town by car. Knowing that it was imperative to reach medical assistance as soon as possible, Mr. Johnstone made what is probably the rec ord trip, covering the eighteen miles to Oakley in thirty min utes Amputation was made by Dr. Rains and the patient is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins left ■ ... , uensins Jen, u y. nest ay. | | W. VV. Quillian was a visitor from Rupert Wednesday. I | an ! I j I Mrs. Violet Cummins left i«m week f.,.- rv i ' 1 ... . ,>!p *' evvia , where she: wi join Mr, Lewis. j ! We M'. R. Gray was a husiness visit-1 Burley Wednesday. or a Nelton Anderson is building addition to his residence. ITios. Thomas nF Grouse; Creek j was in the city Wednesday. As a result of -ihe ., , , „ recent drive, t ie local Red Cross has, shipped i 1320 pounds of old clothing, extend hearty congratulations. Parties t going to Burley will oon a tavor upon the local Red Gross i by so adv.sing them as they always) have some small article to send to I the Burley chapter and it express. fer saves , Mis« VfuR.t m i • !» ' a ,le bas taken ! a position at the Ladies Shop. I XT ! iXatiney has rented the! property of A. A. T joining this office. Wm. : i amier ad Jack Anderst) city of Moulto u OI > business was in the Wedncsd [ 1 ; «y «ml Thursday. A. A. Tanner it as just received resilience of his word that the son, Peter T had been tiestr anner, at Emmet, oyed Ity fire. I at Toole, was accompanied by Mrs. J. VV. Collister who will attend the «„in i A ' C,1tl The »Salt Lake Conference. ! f • - , r,en( S • urpnse sitower Ini ) ittl at tile home I a pleasant ! Er. Rains' family consisting of \1r« Uoi nc .... i -'i , K , r ' , f tlle ch,ldren .; wis, Alary and David, and tlie doctor's mother and step lather, AJr. and Mrs. Van De- ! V'enter, Mrs. Edna DeLaMare has turned to her home Utah. She re A number of her arranged a Mrs. Eiden M ec h; of M iss Nt dissa Dahlquist M uh v evening. The bride received many nice gifts and time is reported. 1 1 <>n~ . ■it lived liete Monday evening from Orangeville. Rains Jj r will make his home at the Elmer Mediant house, formerly occupied by Dr, Lowe, IDAHO BUDGET he held at Salmon during the October 7. The fourth nnniinl convention of Lemhi county teachers' Institute wilt >ek of the Idaho Stuft" Chiropructors' nssocl a thill :.s held at Boise lust reek. The Boise Y. \V. A. Is about to extend its work among girls of tlio younger 'teen and high school ages, Brig Ben. Lucius It. Holhrook, who was formerly stationed at Bmse liar rucks. has been cited for gallantry. Miv destroyed the compressor house at the cohalt mines of the Haynes* Stellite company on Blackbird creek, Fluted over the success of Hip homo ! talent show, "ls*t's Step Out," Nampa , is goiUK to organne an amateur dra lnntlc ( ,| ul) , W eiser is to have it municipal flag pole anil flag, the pole to lie an even I hielt will he at hutidred feet high, to taclted a flag 24 feet In length. Boise 1* to get the Liberty special which is lietajf seat throughout the country for the purpose of arousing interest ln Ute fourth Liberty loan, campaign. Boise has been designated the gath ering center for the collection of fruit pits and nut shells for all the territory not covered by Hood River, Ore., anil Pocatello. The fanners of the Maple Orovei section are filling their silos with win ter feed, the corn crop being extra good on account of the hot nights needed for good corn. Eight thousand tons of hay in the Richfield district is being held up from, shipment to the coast because of tha car shortage, the publie utilities com mission lias been advised. Idaho will lie given credit fur .sub scriptions to Fourth Liberty loan bonds made by employees of companies which tlo husiness in other stutes besides Idaho and having their central offices outside of Idaho. ' The state land board has set October ttlers* protests against an application of the Malad Reservoir company, Ltd., to raise Its water rates us a means of meeting in creasing construction costs. 14 for hearing ■ A report on the War Savings stumps» | | n jjie Oolllster schools shows : Gram niar * ra(tes ' 11,0 per wnt ' * 211 nn,t I on<> * r, ° UN>rty h(m,L Intermediate | grades, $103.76 and one $50 Liberty Primary grades, Ç70.Î3. Idaho's civilian rifle team finished In sixteenth place out pf a field of ! rifle teams composed of army, b,,n<1 - navy, marine corps, cavalry and other civilian rifle teams, at the national rifle matches held at Camp Perry, O. Bert Stone was accidentally shot at Nu,np "' In ,iown tlle of his rifle his thumb slipped, letting the hammer snap, firing the gun. The bullet entered at the ankle and was taken out from the ixtttom of ills foot. The health officer at Boise is making n campaign for cleaner milk. Samples taken from various places where milk is sold and from the milk delivery trucks have sliown in some instances evidence« of more sediment than the law allows. Nampa's np\v milk condcnsery, the second largest condensery In tliA United States, recently completed hv the Pacific Coast Condensed Milk company at a cost of $260,000, will he !» source of $.3000 to $12,000 income dallv to the farmers of Boise valley. schools, tinder the auspices of the ex tension division of tile University of Boys' and girls' clitli« of the Star Idaho, held a school fair at Star one day last week, which was art eyeopener to tlio.se unfamiliar with the activities of Ute members of these associations. The defense council of Gooding is keeping busy dealing with German» and disloyal citizens. The latest ac tion on the part of the council of that city is to break up a number of Ger man meetings held at the home of Jacob Eyemann, a registered German ; alien. I James Farrell, who lives seven miles south of Rupert, reported Inst week tlie mysterious disappearance of his son. Jim Farrell, a young man of 23. ' 1 '° Trace could lie found of the lad un tU " furnier nalned Churchyard dls covered the body flouting in the ! Snake river. One of tlie hlg features of the nn mini state convention of the Baptists, ) to he held at Caldwell, October 1 to 4, I will be the afternoon and evening given over to the Raptist laymen's organi zation, which is rapidly becoming the greatest movement within the denom inatlon in this century. In spite of a telegram from Washing ! ton announcing the death of Glenn Oal hin Perkins. In marines, on July 19, his , parents feel that some mistake has been made and rttat their son is alive, as letters dated August 9 have been receivpi1 fn>,H the hewria* a cfen ! & ° rS Stan ' P ° f Ausust **■ Definite action was taken lagt week bv the state board of examiners in : tiie matter of authorizing the state hoard of education to spend $40.000 to fit tlie University of Idaho for the r.eü in training there for war care 0 j work.