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THE OAKLEY HERALD
__cV*i , y —-- IDAHO, FRJ,f)AV DKUKMHKIt * 20 . ' 191 is VOL. 22 OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, N UM BE I? ;/2 »'I'M THRU-ENZA GERM MAKES DEBUT »* With the cessation of hostilities the Reel Cross is called upon to combat a new epidemic, origin» ting this time within its own ranks. I lie affliction is known as "I'm thru-enza." The initial symptom is a sense - 7 ol lassitude—a feeling of "What's the use? It's all over. Why should 1 work?" Steps are be ing taken to isolate the ^ also those who germ are carrying it, Lbe epidemic is not wide spread; nevertheless an effort is being made to stem its adv ''Cold leel" is a marked symp tom, a nee. Another indication ol the pres ence of the germ is forgetfulness are still over (that the boys there. ) The victim, as a rule, cannot concentiate the mind [on the knitting], llie sight becomes impaired! [can't see to sew.] The ears become affected [can't hear the appeals of hundreds ol thousands ol refugees who must be clothed, fed and housed.] Heart doesn't beat as it used to, and in advanced stage that organ apparently turns to stone. A vaccine consisting of equal parts ol tincture ol I won't quit and Red Cross spirits, a dash of patriotism and effective. peck of pep is| a I he people of Oakley tire asked to CO operate in destroying the "I'm-Thi u-enztt germ. Read tile Red Cross appeals in the space generously contri buted by the business men of Oak ley — then act. Let's make it unanimous. BOULDER Sgt. U. A. Nelson has returned home from the serv.ee. Sgt. Nel and Mrs. j son is the son of Mr. H. J'. Nelson. Jack Belcher was up from Burley this week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson have made several business trips to their ranch lately. Nelson , and son, j Lloyd, have been visiting friends ! and relatives at flevbttr «Mrs. H. P. n, and report that the flu situation is very much improved. Oakley Boy Writes From France A letter was received this week from Parley Koch, who j has been in active service in Prance with the 146 P'ield A tillery. According to tins let ter, the regiment has been ; moved some distance buck ol r ! the old front. Parley said that all the Oak-' ley boys in his regiment are prospering and in good health, He wrote that he expects to be back home in time plant the crops next help spring. ; to . School Notes. Call and get your thrift carda and have them exchanged as they wili be valueless after Dec. 31 st, Assigment of 8th grade work. Arithmetic, to page 186. Ask your parents for suggestions Taxesand Insurance, work problems Reading, memorize "June'' 93, Stevenson's selection page 103, "111 fares the land," study to page ' 116. Study spelling to lessen 50 History to page 379, geography to ; Africa, page 373, using outline 1 on page have given you. If you do not have your books, I will get them for you upon request. , Examinations will be given when . , *» school opens and your present work will help to determine your gen eral average. \ L. J. Robinson, Jr., Prin. Locals and Personals. J B, Randall has been ill this For cheap hats—C. Dahlquist, 'lie Tailor, l ine bull calf (or sale. Inquire ot H y I um Huiler. ; W . M. Read of Boulde the city Tuesdt l was in LV Pressing while U wait, G. Dahlquist, the Tailor. Choice Xmas candy 35 per pound at the Gem Cush.-Atl. Call and get your 1919 ealen ilni at the Oakley State Bank. P. M. Hatch and family were week end guests ol friends at Churchill. cents ! j For Sale Two good fresh milk cows. Phone 126. C. A, Bauer and C. A. Me ! Clellaud returned Sunday from , tl trip to Boise, Fine assortment of mixed nuts at the Gem Cash for 35 cents per pound.—Adv. «Mrs. Atlant Sch iff i el of West Point, Neb,, is visining lier Win,,' vv son broke his leg. o How aboutiusurai.ee? Carrie lucker, agent of the Hartford, and Hebei J. Graut N_ Co. Gents' watches and chains, Ladies' and Gents' \\ rist watch at Cowiesjewelry store.—Adv. W. T. Hole, es 1 bornas Shaw, ami Miss Mary Jackson were visitors at Albion Wednesday. A liiert Wahlsirom ol Island was in the city Thuistlay and paid tnis office a pleasant visit. How about insurance? lie Tucker, agent ol the Hart- 1 lord, a ! ai 11 1 del j ram &TCiA Car Urol Mason has moved into the I fo I - occupied by Win, C. house by the lierait) offtx'e metly Naiincy. Henry W. Tucker was appoin-j j ted Superintendent ol the Burley | First Ward Sunday School last! Siimlo t , w. O. I'lummer. accompanied by his mother and sister, visited friends at Burley Mond Tucsda y . j ! the Vipoiit Silv a v and C. A, Phillips, the president ol er Mining Co., ; at Salt 1 au ! lelt Monday lot tt visit Lake City, If you can't find what want in my store, I can in short notice, store.—Ad v. Kft it j 1 ry at Cow 1rs Wallace M Ward of Almo was j v,s,tl "K 1,1 Hurley last Thursday. Deicluined to Almo, via Oak ley, the same day, J. L. Edwards of St. ; president of the Twin Falls Gakley Laud and Water Com Louis, ! ! panv, was in Oakley Sunday . PÖR Sale— 9 registered He re fold bulls, from six months to 2 (lie best vrais old, from puc biecdcrs in the United Sstate. rrmik Ftireç, Route 4, Rupert, ; . The Burley Sugar Factory is now running lull blast. M any beets are being shipped in bom Utah points, lias prevented many ol the Utah ll le flu epidemic factories from operating this dash tor stealing near by. They were later. season. Bin ley bad a jail delivery Sun day morning. Several convicts incarcerated in the city jail beat up a guard and made a sen sa liberty, alter a c;tr from the street ca I» t ii red Mrs. Burl Card, who moved severalj a this • The Init ial was held at Oakley Tuesday Mr. Caril lias been in militarv service in France, but is expected back soon. from Uaklev to Nampa yc , MS rtfi0i «IR-q at NHI1Ip , , • a week Iron» influenza, j RED CROSS WEEK T lie government litis designa , liment ted Dec. 16 to 2 1, as e 11 r week lor the Red C which each resident in the Uni ted States is loss, during riiit member. expected to pay (>ne dollar for membership (or! 1919, or they may pay one dol lar, whether they w ship or not. Red Cross workers have at the homes ol the this district, but they could see them all, therefoie those who have done so, to send bit to some Red Cross before the end of tile II, ,1 As lar as possible, we mge | x ca people in not not alien workei or give a week. is designed that llie funds thus t find contI ibuted will work ol this charitable Zation for the year 1919, that no other calls will be made. maintain urt; ti iii Oaki.ev Khd Cross SHIP WHICH CARRIES THE PRESIDENT %]■ I *4 i _ - •. . , / % m. ; w 1. rr / x !.. V'; umi >•: 'Vif, « 1 r 4 A-: " n (' ! EM • ■ Ai hu Mil:!*!! c. i - ». 1 iisii 1 By W'yViv. v . , I TI • » :? 4 -m t. « mM 4 " m. ■ r [<il äs? fntctpviuii' Voum , ! r~\ isu'i w.z.i, sm it. i hf ~: -..■-y -?> q . 1 \N «--st< rn Newspaper Ui ( IKOOH ON i - " [n,S CK^K,;£WASm.WSTCwA - , Tin* toil photograph In this group is mat of the upon which President Wilson is inak ng pence conference. Below tile ship Itself are views of the elaborate Interior i'f the vessel, Inclqdihg the dining ro an ami two scenes in Ihe "imperial suite." tieorge Washington, his trip across the water to the ; ^ Dahlquist, llie Tail ir. I Hi Worthing! ! Rupert on Our 1919 slogan—"Leave Sa tisfied and come again," Cash . —A «I v. M iss Opal Thomas Thomas with influenza. For cheap slippets and shoes — For Sale. Good machine. Inquire at office. 1 he 1919 calendars at Oakley State Bank me now ready for disti ibuiinii. A Wood house misfortune to break bis shoul der last Saturday. was mg Herald (iii went to business Wednesday, j Gem boy had the Dr. bugebretsoii, the local vet enmity surgeon, was at Bui. I ley a lew days this week, daughtei . ol Basin, is ol J. H. ili W. I. .Mitchell made u bitsi o Sunday ! ness trip to Pocatell and returned Wednesday. Another new nssortmeiit ol I beatiiilul dishes mid Xinns goods now on sale at the Gem Cash. —Adv. 11. Hi Severe has purchased a new house in But lev. Mr. Se veie will move to Burley early in the New Year. «Miss Clora Mills who is tea cher m the public school at Mal ta, is ill with appendicitis and leluiiied home lor a lest. Silverware that will last a lifetime, guaranteed, lice at Cowles.— Adv. During the quarantine Academy is carrying its vvoik by means ot correspon dence. Mdton E. Baker of St. )oh Kansas, is visiting Irieiitls relatives in Oakley dining holiday s. B. Frank Wilson, the County Clcik elect is now m Albion get ting acquainted with the duties ot his lit w office . engraved ,tbe pare ol on n ft nd Llie For fresh Xmas candies, nuts dates, tigs, oranges, bananas, lemons, cranberries, celery,—in ! tact, lor every thing fresh and I line, call at tlie Gem Caxn.—Adv. R G. Mai tin ieceive«! a tcle W. iy. Johnson, tiie new manu i ger ol tiie local Boise-Pay cite j yards, moved Ins lamily ova ! from Rupert last week. Douglass McBride, the gram that Ins soil, Robert, bad lauded in New York. Robert ! has been lighting in France since ' Dec 1917. lie eu lis till in Mon ! tana three day* allei war was ! declared. pro- ; gressivc manrger oi the Maxi Shoe Shop, let t Tuesday Boise to \ isit his lot • brotiiei I betör \Y rd r.csd a v ce I s Washing Dm D. (j, I du. at il I he Haight boni returned G Hi Leila Smith, who was injured i in the automobile wreck weeks the Ca ui|i Leo Bates same day from ( amp Lewis. I lie two boys im ill together'from Bin ley. a te \v I raiding a t ago, is getting along nice ly. When the plaster were removed from her j last Tuesday, it was jihe wounds had healed peifecth . j Ci * Costs a mis seen that Is our Cheese F actory ® Paying Proposition? Reporf of5 Ordinary Cows Fe4/$n Alfalfa Alone One pi our lending gives this repot t, '"If* lC>Ho pounds, test 4 la I 11 le - 1 s 24 davs milk, lid one tenth, ' price 60 $41 49*' from one lio'ahu cents, total Sundays and milking not deliv ered at factory ; 2.4 pounds ter at 50cents pel pound, $1 1 50 Three <p<Hi tK milk sold daily at but. kept 7 a nd < $6. i 5; t luce ne 1 1 ; ■ 11 cents [30 days] qua I I s milk laily bn family n.se, 6.75; pint ci am daily loi one family us. tl,e,7.50;' gal yy hey and separated milk i Ml y ii mu laetoi v ; ">'l F-o b-etl at 2 lor call feats y-t gil. j(> oQ. Mini one hall Making a total ol$79.99 ol *16 .Ob pc oi an HVa Hgt I cuxv. IDAHO BUDGET Tin* will of .Ininos K. Willhimson, who di»»<i in ('alifoiTiin, was flhd In tho proha to court ;il Hoist», lumih ^ tho willow ns exeoutrix. liullet from n .its r.ililier re volver through his hrniii iimi will» the gun lying ul his fori, momlioi of his family Suiiiln.v morning (I1 mo\ . rotl the body ot Curtis E. lloldei man, owner of extensive luiul inlensis, d,i) in liis lied m his ruiu li, l:j. miles mtlieuat of Twin Fulls. Tile ! been noiified Ihm llie lime originally scaling of i 1 » ■ ortls litis Willi sot for ilio ml limit honni nt llolso hns been I ►ecember C I. rlngimi stiys he is several questinnnuilvx a> Imve recent I y Cumula. exlemleil irmii li'-- , 11 . er in to 'li arm;: I Edwin Her ■ailing out men who iUTii.il in ltnl.se from lllsn All Inn eight of die . 1 ! Ailu county schools have been reopened uftetr lmv lug closed down on an iitit of lnflu cii/.ii. Eight«* n mol.- opened Monday. Only one-third of the students attend ed the first sessions of the Engle school Monthly, the county suporinttMi AtttMiil dent's office was lufnrliied. mice in most of 1 1 1 schools, Itoxvover, Is it Imve normal. Echoes uf llie age-old economic luit lie between I In* lioiiiestoilder and the cnttli'iuiin were heard last week at lints«' in a «-my. i brought before d««' slate lu ml hoard I .John Winter and Thomas N. Lynch, homesteaders, to nlilniu euncidlal loll of Archie T. \\ inter. h grazing li'iiso heif! Hy («eonjt» W. Hamnmiul ami 1'. .M. Ooii<liiip> on lands hi Elmore roiimy, which the protest nuts elalmed surroiimled pla<*es vitally iu»ee>sary to homest entiers au(l owners of small herds of cutth». wuli'i-mg them at, notices Irriga ting 'iitry, and (Tlnrellai ion of nil former ndverl Ising lands of the Idaho lion company in Lincoln und (I 'utilities n> doing open for uihlieution of a noth - «' I lint llie Cnri'y Project of the eonipuny no longer eon 'jiins hinds subject to entry, lered h\ llie state laud I ifterimitli of was or inrd us an ri*cenl iU*vi>îon by l lu* long ÎIS it ate supreme eourt that s mlicos of avalbiliilit\ ol' water wen» ainsi do uciu'pted. ititsinudhig, cnirl« vgardlcsa of the water supply on the W. T. Dougherty, secretary wiM iii.l «' Van Dusco. autHli'f I II oJ«'Ct. ' ,T ujathist tbu mol ion. winch was )ft'en»<l b\ T. A. Walters, aUorney general. rote» l and of Ni'W Meadows, tieeli Perniisslon lo move ils slio| flees lo Weiser from ihe present lieadi|narl«'i's, granteil the I'm itie A Idaho Northern hns railway hy ihe pulillc Utilities mission. •out Idaho Farmers in llie Snake river valley have an opportunity t Idils «m g ion ions of hay for the gov ernment, to lie delivered ill tidewater ur Seattle and T'.teoma, m-eordlng lo !(). O. ltagii, chairman of I'.olse com mittee of ihe war nsourei's hoard. Doctors report Unit liiere are no eases of Spanish influenza in Meridian. The last quarantine sign was removed Thursday morning ('loin lies ami jilc lure shows were given permission to open the first week, hut decided to re main closed volute - ril>. isakc The IU <1 CYoss w ill pmlmhly conduct no further campaigns for jrmit funds. Idaho according to E. rlmirnmn for I >ewey, II. Bed ('ross Christmas Roll Call, hut the dir.-umis roll call is expected to bring millions of dol furs Into the treasury, though costing ,.,„. 1 , („.llvidual only si. uinmccd ilmt lie will probably leave lie- -cuiller II for the Nniforonoe of gov- (iovenior-elect I W. Davis has un ■rnors ami governors-elcd to lie held December 18 al liigton, D. C. After his return ference of Republican lenders to dis cuss appointments will probably be held. Annapolis or Wash con Passengers traveling in Idaho on tiie Oregon Short Line have been well pro tected during the en/.u, which Is parts of the state. ■pbieiiiii' of iiiflu Still prevalent la many The Short Une lias operated h fully equipped hospital car over Its lines on the west etui us far us The ear at first was i„ charge >f t'v*» professional nurses, und the c-onipnny's pliysirinns at th«» \ar»ous stations along the lino arc subject to cull to hoard the car at any Unie ii liasses their station. Since the epi demie eased up there has been no nurses, and at pres ■lit one nurse is in charge. A re; dar • he seats bn vim: removes! and reiihovil Boise. liect'sslly for |\vi liny been partially wilh licils. The ■ouch is used. Par hits linmlh'il about sixty cases of Influenza wi out one l«»S'i «»n hoard. Tin* closing of the war will niiil t" says Miss El bel superintendent of pi llie conn• x llie toucher supply." K. Reilfleld. ilisiriK'llou. in a letter 1 auperiutemli'iits. denis let us work harder than er and better pr Miss Hon I possible to teachers in hlal^i schools. *'« «unity superintoii ill Imve many applications, s ever for high essionul standards (oilfield culled particular atten ilie fact that now It would I.. inly cert If tea fed Im ve Snits to order. C. Dahlquist, the Tailor. WAR HISTORY OF IDAHO SAILORS AND SOLDIERS The parents or other relatives ni all Idaho men, or boys, ,\ | li ive gone into t lie win set vice, milita ry or ma i ine, drafted, are asked to or en Vi ill! II It send hit, at the local Red Coes Rooms a in I get lor tli a can individual lecoid ol tutii who lias en tei ed the s t lie pet si n ci Vice I I Ills gOvei nnient. should he carefully filled out ;i ,,,) returned to the Red Cross R or to tlie undersigned caii I mill at once. t lia t they ma y be sent to It to become a part ol Idaho': record. oise s \\ I Mks. Tine I. [ AIK ORDINANCE N U M HER 94 By W.T. IIAm kr An ordinance to pro«'ids «gainst die spread of Spanish influenza, \ id i ii g g In* lime f •. r t he o pen i ng ami closing' of bu.xim pool halls, pielme shows, and I" uses, ch'sii g d her places of public asseniblaccs, mak ing other regulations t spread of the above prevent llm narntd inlVc Lous disease, providing a time w h this % h diiiance shall take «flfeet, ai d pnivjdmj, a punishment f . , r lions hereof. nr viola HI-: I I ORDAINED hy the Chair. d'»n and Boni d of Trustees of th Village of Oiiklev. blah O V HERE \S there are a niimhe cases ..f -Spanish influei ■:«„•« among Ihe residents ley, Idaho,- ami, V HEKEAS i| has he* in oi'd. I t of f the Village of ( dil,. n, ami is deemed pec* p.*e I Ik* vent ! uMher spread «if ihe above flamed infect ions Mis"ii.se, that atfi pled and certain regulations he enforced and, WllEi, E\S immediate dim l euuii f.i to protect the Imailh of ihe people of the said Village is HRainst *•; now ,lie spread of the said dise« jllieieloi'e He it ordained by the Chairman d of Trustees of (he ViT läge of Oakley, Idaho Section One. ami Boa I'Tcin anil after llie passage and taking effect of this ordinance llie following regulalions shall he observed and enforced with in the limits of the Village of Oak ley, Idaho T'irsi.. A 1 school-, meetings, and unhinges are all tiler public as hereby prohibited Second. All balls, moving pielm e ties and all otbei places pool and billiaid shows, lliea f public arm amusement are leueby closed all operations shall be suspended. All stores and business establishments of all kinds shall lie Third. closed" and all business suspended on and after ti o'clock p. m. of each and every day, and shall remain closed until Ihe following morning at 7 o'clock prov ided I hat nothing h in shall prevent the filling of scriptions at ere pre hiiv time by drug stores of duly ^gviised physicians. Section "Two. Any person viola ting any of the terms or of this ordinance. provisions Tall in eonvietii thereof, he fined in any sum not ex ceeding >'100. I. gelber with costs of ■ I, suit. And upon failure to pay such fine and costs, shall be imprisoned in the Village jail at hard labor .. . , ul M,ch h ' ,e Hnd t,,>sts «hall he paid, hI lowing ^ ()1 every d«y prisoned, Section T hree proclamation the Board of IT n-tees thereof dulv issued, as provided by law. Hil so mi This ordinance shall he in force nd effect from and aflei its passage, approval and the ! the Chairman of Passed and approved this the llth day of December, A. I). 1918. " U. Whittle hail inan of the Board of Trustees Attest. U. <! Larson, Clerk. Sl.\Tr OF Il)AH I SS: County of Cassia Insure y.".iv property against fite with tli - !r.-urance Co. of the state Halverson, of I'einisyi'Hiiia. Agei.t. Ady. M.