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OAKLET HERALD
Published Every Friday by
OAKLEY PUBLISHING CO.
I MCOH »'ORATION
Frank Bkckwith. President. .7. O. Jontz
Vice Pra*.,CHA8. ilAUKr, Secretary Treas.
tef
Di.iome. al Oakley. jéahO
.Ht at
Hinteren at
fire
the
traite tu law ton
. CInk Matter.
BAT8I OF SUftSOKIFTlOW .
IIM
ie year (L
.76
Mix Montlo
60
Th r*. Month
s
as
HIiikI. eouv
Locals and Personals.
Vote for the court house at Bur
ley. adv.
Mrs. A sei Lowe of Almo is sick
with pneumonia.
Mrs. Whiting, who
was a nurse,
died this week with pneumonia.
No middle men handle the Kim
ball piano.—adv,
Albert Ploeger and Albert Ploe
ger, Jr,, of Burley were in the city
Thursday.
Judge Babcock was in Oakley
I hursday calling on his
friends.
Roy Davidson left Wednesday
evening on a business trip to Salt
Lake.
Tims. E, Harper of Albion
Oakley early this week.
Ephriam Bell is completing a con
crete Cellar at his residence.
Mrs. Leslie Koch, who has been
teaching school near Pocatello, is visiting
Mr. Koch's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. J. Koch.
many
was in
The people of OakleY slrou'd vote
for Judge Babcock on the sin ngth
of his excellent record.
Adv.
The family of J. m. Litson of
Moulton have been sick with h
grippe.
T. 1). Yeatnan, of Burley,
is the Democratic candidate
for (Sheriff.—Adv.
E. B. Johnson of Twin Fads, dis
trict manager of the Gem State
Lumber Go., was in Oakley, Tuesday
Mr and Mrs. Granville Haight of
Twin Fails spent Tuesday and Wed
nesday at the Itomeof H I). Haight.
0. O. Dumas was in the city this
week, working in the interests of
keeking the courthouse at Albion.
On Wednesday evening a team about
two miles north of the city on Water
Street became frightened ran away,
painfully injuring a young boy of Julius
Fairchilb's in the leg. 1 he boy was
injured when the team made a sharp
turn at a gate
Judje Howells returned front dis
trict court nt Albion Monday night.
I'he district judge said that the
term had been the longe» t and most
strenuous especially in criminal
cases —during the four years he lias
been on the bench.
FOUND- -2 red cows. Both de
horned and branded L N on left hip.
One branded A on right shoulder
Owner may have same by paving
costs to Martin E. Olsen, Churchill,
N- K. 1,2 of N- W 1 2 Section, 7 R,
1 2 —T. 2 1
Six years ago the people of
Cassia County voted to leave the
court house at Albion. What
have the people ot Albion done
since that time To make it destt
able to leave tlie county seat
there? —Adv.
A subscription list, with Judge
Howells ns one of the prime movers, |
was started immediatel v after the
fire for the benefit of Mr Garver
j
, , , , , , ,
ceedinglj commendable. It has been
nutneriously suggested that a papet
the benefit of
i
ami family who lost everything.
Over $400 was secured, which is ex
be started also for
Mrs, Gee. who lost heavily. Who'll
be the good person to strtrt the sub
scr iption.
Rod Cross Notes.
The Xmas boxes provided by the Red
Gross to holders of 'Christmas parcel la
bels from overseas' arc now at the Ked
cross rooms. Packages that do not hear
this label and the Red <
tion label will not be accepted for delivery
to the jost office authorities.
The Red cross rooms will be open on
Wednesday and Friday afternoons from
2 until 4. However, persons unable to
call on these days may phone 102 ane ar
rangements will be made.
>d by the Red
OSS
tnspec
No p.trcels
<.:ioss 101 shipment aftei N v. 20.
acci
FIRE!
Oakley Visited by the First
Big Blaze in Many Years.
the
Thursday morning about 5:00
discovered in the rear portion of
the empty building next door to the pool
hall operated by Wm. N. Garvin,
tef the alarm was given, attention of the
directed to saving as mucj,
a. m.
fire was
Af
rescuers was
d
as possible of the household good
s an
fnrniture in ihe hall and in the apartment
above, as it was realized that the build
None too much
Her articles in the
As the flames qnickly
considerable loss in the
ings were doomed,
was saved
up-stairs part,
spread there was
household goods; mote was saved below
r
if
a
I
some sma
No insurance was carried that can be
scertained at this writing. 1 he loss can
hardly be estimated as yet
The
of the fire is thought to be
carelessness of a smoker, possibly drop
but-end of cigarette, or a match
in the saw dust on The floor.
cause
ping a
Wm Nanney and family made a trip
toMoultoh and Aimo Wednesday.
George Fairchild Dead
George Harvey Fairchild di"3 Sun
day night of pneumonia, superceeded by
Spanish influenza. He was the son of
Mrs. Agusta 1 airclild. He was born in
Oakley, Idaho, June 21 1885. He
leaves a wife and two children and many
relatives to mourn his loss.
Stafford for Judge
of
of
the
lias
de
R,
of
the
To the Citizens of the Fourth Judi
cial District;
In announcing myself as a candi
date for one of the places as District
Judge, I do so with a keen sense of
the duties and responsibilities at
tached to that office.
I have been continuously in the
practice of law for more than twen
ty years, except the time ! served as
an officer in the Volunteer Army
(Turing the Spanish-A met ican Bar,
with the Third U. S Volunteer Cav
alry , commonly known as 'Grigsby's
Rough Riders'.
During my
have made a careful aed systematic
esitlence in Idaho, 1 !
I
study of the laws and procedure :
and feel that I am properly equip
, ]
i
, .
mv first dutY is to m> country now,
the same ns it was twenty years ago,
1 have decided to cut my campaign
, , .
short and submit the matter to the
good judgment of the voters.
Very respectfully,
... ,, ,
Captain W. 1. Stafford.
generally admitted that ex
ped and dualified tb interpret and
administer the law anti perform the
important duties of the office.
H was my desire to make a visit
to the various precincts in the dis
trict, but engaged as 1 am in many
of the w ar activities at d the district I
1 find that this
being very large,
will be impossible. Under my su
pervision in Gooding County, six
companies of selective service
are ill training, numbering over four
men
They require much
hundred men.
time and attention, aqfi as I hel eve
Expcrieace the Best Teacùer.
It is
the be/t teacher,
pettence is
should we not make use of the ex
| perienc«
the own? I he experience of a titousand
persons is more to be depended upon
than that of one individual. Many
j thousands of persons have used
Chamberlain s Gough Remedy fot
C0 „ K hs and colds with the best re-]
suits, which shows it to be a thor-!
of oughly reliable preparation for those
i diseases I'rv it. It. is prompt and
i j' ml
.ffectual and pleasant to take. Ob
tamable every wltete.
of others as well hs our
ex
,
It.HIM.
Adv
LOOK!
A Mitz Automobile, Runabout, sec
] ond hand, for sale, or trade. See Mr.
Red
la
Ked j
hear j
|
on
manager of theJStudebaker
We dr.ire to thank the people who
so whole heartedly assisted in pre
from yenting , he {irc f rom sprea dmg to
to s!üre
ar- the ; r ^hing,"
1 good the loss.
Red GdJen Rule Mercanti'e Company.
D. O. Spiumester, Mgr.
1 Nannev,
i Company.
Card Of Thanks
our
If any suffered damage to
we will gladly make
A PLAIN STATEMENT.
} Re
Sheriff Pratt Correcte Feite Reports end u
Outlines Hie Peel Record.
Tracy,
1914,
S W
1-4,
.1 had not intended to take any.pafrt in
the present political campeign in my own
interest, but in justice to my family and
East,
claim
I)
numerous personal friends who are placed
under the necessity of denying false char
ges, and also in justice to my friends and
would be supporters who are not inti-| tier,
mately acquainted with me, I must defend
, Almo,
my character. The Burley Bulletin, by
my request has demanded the proof from ]
any source, of the rumors that have been
put afloat, but they ar« not forth coming, j
and 1 have personall gone to the end of »
numbet of trails that have been pointed
out to me, only tcNind that at the end of
each a flat denial of my having violated
any law.
Information comes tome that there
IN
are still some disabused minds through,
out the county, on account of rumors to
the effect that the officers had turned
booze loose to the public, to which ac
cusation 1 am in aposition to defy the
p.oof, both for myself or anv other offi- ''
. . r „ , » , , by
cer in the city of Burley. 1 am also in a
, , , £ r 4 . a..
position to defy the proor ol statement to .
r „ , 3 . .
the effect that I saw any booze pasted L
out to the public from any source on the ,, n
streets of Burley. the
And there are scores of people in Bur
lev who would gladly produce such proof
if they had it.
tvliile 1 am on the subject I will say
that just recently ^rttave heard that I had
been charged with drinking' the confis- *>>'
cated booze. Of course I accept that as f,ir
a joke, but for the benefit of the public,
I will say here that all booze at the deter- en
. t . , . . .
mi nation of the trial ,s uestroyeb by or- .
der of the court. I have also heard thatj,
the
j to
of
1
i $
there had been suggestions from many
sources that the sheriff could put men on
the road ancj stop the booze from com
ing into the county. I believe this ques-j i b
tion has been discussed on some occa
sions by the societies of women, and
when the information came to me I
thought i would like to have the oppor
tunity of meeting with them long enough
to give them the benefit of my experience,
for I appreciate very much theiixdisposi
tion to assist the office) s, but I could not
impose myself upon them withoqt an in- I
vttauon. However, relative to this ques -1
tion, will say that I have tried this plan j
and have been successful in getting some ;
of them and expect to get some more,
and the plan would be a success if there <
were just one 01 two roads instead of: by
twenty, but during my present term of
office they have brought in booze ftom
different points in Nevada, Utah,Wyotn
iug and Montana. Now under these con
ditions if anyone can show me how to
keep the stuff out without financially
swamping the county, 1 would be thank
ful for the suggestion. H ave also heard
it suggested that we don't do any thing
when we do get them. I wonder if the
people in general know that we are using
our very best judgment in bringing best
fi
1 !
I results to all concerned, in the handling
: q£ these matter!ä
we have put at leas six young men in
the set vice instead of in jail, who are
making good, we have in fines, forfeit
ures and outstanding .bonds, sums of
money running into the thousands we
have ten bootlegging cases still pending
, ] before the District court, and it is no
fault of mine that they cannot be dispos
ed of now. Neither do I blame anyone
also. Criminal cases have crowded
civil cases out of court for years,
i and the court being unable to clear
the calendar tries to be fair and im
partial with the attorneys in hand
ling their cases- 1 have alwaj s tried
to obtain t..e best results with the
, - . . .
least expenditure of money. In tilts
. , , ,, ... ,
statement I feel sure that, i will be
., , , ,
corroborated by every deputy that
. , , , . . ,
has In en appointed to assist me and
. .
also by every county commissioner
, , , . , ,
, under whom 1 have served. I am
also free to confess that my sheriff s
work has bad to take second place
I to my work for the government as
ex- j « member of Ute local board. These
t.uijare matters that l ave demanded
! time and attention, serious thought !
and consideration, and there are
I
ex
. * " peop.e \\ to ,lu " 1 Mt 1,1 t assis
| county up to date th.s w< rk hns all
been gratis. We httvs tried hard to
meet out justice to all, to be fair
fot i Hnl j impartial in ev*t y w av. and at
re-]
position to readily meet the demands i
and i of our government. How well we ]
I l j - I
Ob- : have succeeded, we are perfectly t
wifl.ng to al ow the public to say.
, I have heat d som * litt e criticism |
|
I
the sdine time keep our county in a ]
relative to newly weds.
I have «I -
sec- ! ways thought that the single men
Mr.
! should be used first, and I feel that j
' qaughter8 an . worthy of coneid- !
; elation as well as our sons. That j
j they should have the chance of mar- j
I t ying our best men. my own son
who ] knowing my position broke off his!
j marriage engagement and went into j
i
j
our
the serv ice,
1 will be satisfied with your ver
di«!, speaking my appiy,
a 1 past favot s,
to
t iation for
I
I
1 espectfully, !
\v. 0 . 1 *R \TT
am
8KKIAL No OHMTft
NOTICE FOR PU BLICACTION.
Re pertinent of the Interior- U. 8.
u filet et Halley, Idaho
Lend
of

October 18, 1818.
that Chetl«g B.
her 26 .
Notice 1» hereby give
Tracy, of Almo, Idaho, who,
1914, made Desert Land Entry, No 016478. for
S W 1*4 PI W 1-4: W 1-2 S W J-4, 8 K 1-4 8 W
1-4, Section 33, T
Dee**
r nahlp 16 fionth, Bang« 26
East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention to make Fftnal Proof,
claim to th» laud above descibed , before VV
I) Cahoon, United Stabes C
tier, lilts
to establish
O
niissluner, at
Almo, Idaho, ou the sixteenth day of D«ctni
Claimant
Taylor, of Yost, Utah. Horace T
as witnesses: Jotebh
•y, of Al
f A lmo, Idaho,
names
] William &. Taylor, of You. Idaiiv..
Ben R Gray, Register
, Idaho, Celesius Tracy
j
IN THE GEM STATE
Idaho exceeded its Liberty Bond
quota for the fourth Liberty Loan cam
paign $ 1 , 500 , 000 , according to figures
prepared by Montie B. Gwlnn, state
chairman.
Public lands in Bannock county will
hereafter be leased only to bona fide
residents of Idaho for grazing pur
'' ose *' ac< -' ortlln 8 t( '\ a «^clslon reached
by the state land Board,
n } . „ ,.
A census of the students at Caldwell
. . ...
buying war savings stamps showed the
L dlt , ol waB nearly 1U0 per cent. Stud
,, n [ h | ja ve been inlying thrift stamps at
the rate of $50 a day for the lust two
weeks,
out of 85 class 1 registrants of the
class of September 12 , 1918 , submit
ting tu physical examination at Twin
falls last week. 70 have been*passed
*>>' ' 0< 'ul board as being qualified
f,ir military service,
U ™ r - V Mock was arrested ut Grang
en u on a ' ull r ( !' ''o" o! ew e-'
sedition. He waived preliminary ex
. imlmitk)n an(J pr , Hlu( , eU u ?UKW cash
mml Hls cnse wlll be hetinl by Uie
federal grand jury in November.
Private George Alridge, mentioned In
the casualty list as severely wounded,
.-ouuty drafted man
j to be reported as being in the midst
of dangerous lighting. He was In
ducted October 3 , 1917 , from Ustlck.
The hearing In the case of Carl H.
Davis, Nonpartisan league manager for
north Idaho, on the charge of making
seditious utterances was called at Lew
iston last week. Davis waived exam
1 ination und Ills' bond was fixed ut
i $ 7500 .
;
i b tlm first' Ath
1
I
-1
j the ,,f j obn Daniels
; Fremont, Cal.
been at Camp Fremont
< two months,
by pneumonia, superinduced by Spurt
>8h Influenza,
Word has been received at Malad of
at Camp
The young man has
for the past
His death was caused
Boomer has two steam
Contractor
Salmon river besides
shovels at work on building the State
highway along
having opened up a half dozen camps
for employment of men and teams. The
first seven tulles of the road south of
ill ht» completed and sur
Sulinon
fi Y ed within a innuttÿr
business men of Pocatello,
who recently have Mills ted in the tnitk
service of the army, have received no
tice to report for duty at Gettysburg,
Pa., within seven days, and are mak
ing preparations for a hurried itepnrt
These men are middle-aged and
Elv\ en
,
,
s
!
On October 23 . seventeen young men
anti Bannock county en
from Pocutelli
trained for Fort Rosecruns, California,
for general military service. The usual
vas tendered the departing
reception
hoys in an open-air meeting by city
county officials, and a luncheon
served before their departure.
and
was
during
asked to
Boise,
of
children
School
their enforced vacation, are
gather dandelion
weeds from the lawns and vacant lots
of the city, which if shipped within the
next month will bring a
price of 23 cents a pound for dande
lions, and 13 cents for .Unison leaves.
Teachers temporarily out of employ
ment because of the health board's]
order elos'ng schools during the Span-1
ish tntluwtza epidemic will not lost* j
their pay where they have contracts j
not making other provisions in cast s ,
of this kind. Mist Ethel K. Reilftetd,
superintendent of public iustrtu
should he <u> tlu
and Jimson
roots
guaranteed
I
state
tion, announces.
Point
alert for Colorado potato beetles In
their shipments. Harvery AIJred, direc
tor of the state farm markets bureau
1 lust week.
e/i overs
,
Wnrnings that
beginning to work in
announc
the beetle is
some parts of Idaho. Arizona, Oregon
ami Washington have been Issued to
to
at
i len
] anil was 1« the
I American bovs that was sont to the
t ear |y J.J tb ,, spring.
John K iclmnts. u-**gro, was burned
| in a tire lit an east sltle room
ling house at 1'ucatello, when fUtnes
prhctlcaUj demolished an old
litilldin*' George Smith, owner of the
iiuttuiu.. wcv.e-.
rooming house, and tus wife are con*
r f ,,,
fined in a hospital ns a result "*
: sustained when they jumped
of a second-story window.
quarantine inspectors.
August C. Allen, believed to he the
«conti shell shock victim from tHut
sent home with
st
t the state
I an honorable discharge, is in Boise re
a ] ct-iviug special treatment, t rivnte Al
as drafted from Elmore county
first detachment of
section
VV
-
j
!
j juries
j out
his!
j
college
authorities of Gooding
congratulating themselves that no
if influenzal lets appeared ut the
Every precaution is Ireing
he disease from
All teachers who
The
are
i case t
j institution,
taken to prevent t
reaching the college.
have been residing in the city are now
dormitory, anil
een the col
I living in the college
jiere is no visiting
lege population and that of the city.
!
Decision in Favor of Harper.
By an investigation had before the
Hon. W. A. Babcock in the matter
of the contest a* to the nomination
for the office of Probate Judje in
and for Cassia County, Idaho, the
judgment of the Court was in favor
f the Plaintiff, Thos. E. Harper,
— A d v.
O
IB
WANT COLUMN.
FOR SALE—New
couch at one-half cost,
at this office.
■ When you buy n Kimball Piano
yotv get a piano with a lifetime
guarantee, adv.
Sanitary
Inquire
filed
ed
on
Cash Market Price paid for ail
kinds of healthy Hogs. Will also
buy dry fat Cows, Cutters and Gau
ners too H. A. Grohosky Phone 108
FOR SALE,
i,
We have a few re
-gistered pure blood Duroc Jersey
Male pigs for Sale. '1 hese pigs are
from the finest herds in the county.
See them at Clarks Bros. Lann
Ranch, Oakley.
On and after Nor. 1 , 1 9JS, «11
autos carrying only one license
plate shall be subject to fi
iiv order of county assessor and
collect or.
FOR SALE.— One 19 15 Model
7- passenger Buick. All new tires
and t<«p, and new Willard Storage
at teries just installed. In excellent
unning condition.
; touring car in good running order
and goog tires Will trade either
for cattle or sheep.
Oakley.
ne.
No.
Also one Ford
No.
Phone 2 9 R 2 \ 3 2
; has
!
: 1-4
For Sale—O ak dining room set as , c
, .. . . .
follows. 48 inc-h table." buffet/6 lea- ;
ther bottom chairs as good
I
j . I
1 ,ln< a M° ms - [ yy.
1 white enamel kitchen cabinet; 1 [ T.
bbds'-eye, maple dresser; 1 birds'
ns new;
2 big chairs, a
-eye
one !
rugs - !
—Phone 142. R. C. Davidson.
On
maple chiffonnier; 1 brass bed;
9 by 12 Axm. rug; 3 small
i
' j
I
Serial Nos. 010206 and
01555 °
PUBLICATION
NOTICE FOR
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Hailey, Idaho,
H
October 16, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Johlt C
Mat tindale, of Oakley, Idaho,
August 24, 1911, made Homestead En
ho, on
try No. 010206 for S w 1-4 S E
24; W 1-2 N E
25, and who, on June
1-4 Sec.
-4; N w f-4 S E 1-4 Sec
12, 1914, made
Add'l Homestead Entry No. 015550, for
N w 14S E 1 4; S E i-4 S E t-4 Section I
24, E 1-2 N E 1-4, Section 25, Township j
14 South, Range 22 East, Boise Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make '
Five Year Final Proof, to establish claim j ^
to the land above described, before C. E.
Strong, Uuited States Commissioner, at
Oakley, Idaho, on the eighteenth day of
December, 1918.
C-la tin ant names as witnesses: wm. A.
Martindale, Hyiunt Elquist, Orntus A.
Gee, Albert D. Lee, all of Oakley, Ihaho.
Ben R. Gray, Register
-——---on
to
Gaboon, of Almo, Idaho, who. on June
j 15, 1915, made Homestead Entry, no.
j 01(5977, for S 1-2 S w 1-4, 8 1-2 S E
s , Section 27, Township .15 South, Range
| East, Boise Meridian, has filed notice
j 0 £ Intention to make I hree Year Final
! Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before w. D. Cahoon.
I
Serial No. 016977
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
department of the Interior, U.S. Land
I Office at Hailey, Idaho.
October iS. 191S
Notice is hereby given that Joseph H.
i 4 :
4
In
i United States Commissioner, at Almo,
I Idaho, on the sixteenth day of Decem
, ber, 191S.
Claimant names as witnesses:
in :
to Jessie Canoon, Annie Cahoon, all of Al
mo, Idaho.
-
_
the October 18. mtS.
Notice Is hereby given that Ceieltia
Tracy of Almo, Idaho, who,on January , 5|
ig,g > made Desert Land F.ntry, No.
( OI<M77) f or E t-2 S E 1-4: E 1-2 N E 14
: Section 32, N W ,-4 NW 1-4; E i-r NW
the „ c .
i-4, N E 1-4 8VV 1-4, Section 32, lown
, ., ,
,,, ship 16 South, Range 25 East, Boise
"*- * 3 '
Henry R. Cahoon, Stephen T. Gahoon,
j
Ben K. Gray, Registei
re- ]
Al- j
I Department of the Interior, United
of ! States Land Office at Hailey, Idaho.
Serial No. 016477
NOTICE FOR I'UBLir.ATlON
Meridian, has filed notice of intention to
make Final Proof, to establish claim to
land above described, before \Y. 1).
no ] Cahoon, United Slates Commissioner,
the at Almo, Idaho, on the sixteenth day ot
December, 191S.
| Claimant names as witnesses: Charles
;
fi. Tracv, of Almo, Idaho, Horace T
f) ( Almo, Id.iipo, Joseoh T;
col- i
lor, of Yost,
K. Taylor, of Yo-t, Utah,
-lien R. Crav, Kegister
U lab, wi lian
VOTE FOR
R. V, WILCOX
DISTRICT JUDGE,
Vote to move the Couniy
Seat to HURLEY. Burley
IB THE LOGICAL PLACE FOR
Cassia's Capital. —Adv.
FUR PUBLICATION
NOTICE
Seriel Number OlStl'T
Department of the Interior
U. b. Land Office, Daily, Idaho,
Oct. 5, 1418.
-r
Notice is hereby given that Stella
Holley, of Almo, Idaho, who, on May
[918, made Desert Land Entry No.
018937, (or N. W. 1-4 Section iz, Tp. 16,
South R. 24 E., Boise Mettdian, has
filed notice of intention to make nual
proof to establish claim to the land above
described, before VV. D. (. alioon, Ulut
ed States Commissioner. Almo, Idaho,
on the 2d day of December, 1918.
Claims witnesses as lollcvs: Angie
Holley, Joseph Harper, Henry K. Oa
hoon, Jessie |. Olsen, ail of Almo, Cassia
County, Idaho.
i,
r
BEN R. GRAY, Register.
First pub. Oct. i i
NOTICE FOR PULBI CAT ION.
SERIAI, Nos. 815018 U171KR.
Department ot the Interior
United Slaws Land Office, Daily, Idaho
Sep. 30, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Calvin D
hfcOmber, of Oakley, Idaho, who, on
iiade lion estead Entry
April 10, 1914, 1
No. 013018 tor the S.i-2 BEi 4; NW1-4
SE1-4SF 1-4SVV 1 4 Sec.32,&• whu.Junc 18,
1915, made additional homestead Entry
No. 017904, for the Et z; NVV1-4; NE
-4 Section
\ 3 2 Tp '4 8. R- 22 E, Boise Meredian,
; has filed notico of intension to make 3
! year final pioof to establish ciaim to
iand above described before C.
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Strong, United States Commissioner, at
; Oakley, Idaho, on the 3d day of Decern
I her, 1918.
I Claim ant names as witnesses: Albert
[ yy. Curtis, Axel L. Erickson, Benjamin
[ T. Judd. Christian O.
Wold, all of
Oakley, Idaho.
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BFN K GRAY Regit
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i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
Nu. UÏ 38 .U
Ssrbi
j Department ot the Interior, U.S. l.aticl
I Office at Hailey, Idaho
Oct. 5, 1918
Notice is hnreby given that Angie
Holley, ot Almo, Idaho, who on l-'eb.
15, 1918, made Desert Land Entry No.
022O31, for the N \\ 1-4 i>Wi-4 bee. iz,
Township 16 S, Range 24 E, Boise Meie
H ian, has filed notice ol intention to
make three year Final Pioof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described
before VV. D. Cahoon, United States
Commissioner, Almo, Idaho, op the 2d
day of December, ,918
Claimant names as witnesses.
I Steli * Holley' Joseph H at per, Jesse J.
Olsen, Henry R. Cahoon, all ot Almo,
Idaho.
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of
A.
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m»<le Horn
nKUNK!
May 17. IllltS.
BKN U. GRAY, KegUter.
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Serial Nos. 0185*27 01 Ü 8 SR m
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the interior U S Ruud
Office at Haliey, hi aim
Sr
ruber 17 , 1918
Notice Ik herein Riven that Joseph W. Wil*
f Oh U tey, Idaho, who on ><*v.4
item! Ktitry No. 011527 for tin*
«nfi IjbLs' 1,3 « nil 4 Sn ü and who
ude additional homestead
No. 010888. fur MYqNWq w^swq,
tushlplö Soil til, Range
'. lots Hied notice of
Ue Three Year frmil proof.
i" the land above rie
C E.SironR. IT. F « om
t Oh kley .Idaho, on the 12 ih
I
SK'.SW*
i Kilsi , Rois« Mtji-Hli
iuUOit!
to eftablisii
lief'
to
Oil
*crlw*d
onj iiwioner
tfay of N.» v«tiil>er. ittlh
H.
\V C. Mr
A ('ri 1 clifield. WHdi*r
degrHSs all Oak
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dm runs as W
M
Aurait»
and Roller 1 i
lev. Idaho.
NOTICE FOR RUBRICATION. 4
Serial Nos. 01 feI »3 and 025904 .
Department of the Interior. United States
Land Office at Hailey, Idaho.
4 :
Oct 9. 1918
Notice is hereby piven that Rudolph C.
•n, of Oakley . Idaho, who on June H|
made homestead entry No 018193 for
d who on Junua ry
4 , 1918 , made additional homestead entry
No. 023904 for .kl -2 SKl -4 sec lion 20 Town
east, Boise Meridian,
3 year
'SLablish claim to the land
11 ) 16 ,
Wl -2 8 h. 1-4 section 28
Al
Ship 12 south. Kan#i
has filed notice of lnienth
final proof, t
above described before G E. Öirong. V 8 .
ilssioncr at Oak ley, Idaho ou th** J 7 tTT
day of December. MMK. Claimant
li. Peterson, Ü. W Li»>i
P8 Ü. Aiiderst
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No.
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wilt) essen: J<
Joiiu fi. Johnston
ail of Oakley, Idaho.
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First published O-r. 18 .
Unay. Register.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
FINAL BROOD
1 , Hannibal H. Smith, of Oakley, Ida.,
the assignee of Swantv
Nelson, who
made entry No. 293 tinder the. provisions
q! an Acj ol the Legislature ol the State
of Idaho, commonly known
"L arey Act." approved March 2, 1899,
w hich embraces Lots 3 and 4 Sec 31'
Twp 12S of tauge 22E, It. si., do hereby
give notice of .ny intention to make
final proof to establish my claim to th
land above described, and that I
as the
to
to

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expect
to prove that 1 have resided on, reclaimed
and cultivated said Jand as
law before O. E Strong, Carey Act
Land Commissioner at Oakley, Idaho,
on the 4th dav of December, toiS hv
two of the following witnessse: M. T.
Woodhouse, Geo. F. DuVall, David
Ok'eherry., vv.T. Cranney, all of Oakley,
Idaho.
ot
■qttired by
H annulai. H. Smith, Enti>man.

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