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NEW SHIPMENT BUGGIE«
FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC.,
TJow Set up Ready for Sale
All the Late Styles
at Reduced Prices.
Large supply of "Red Tag" brand of binding twine.
Reduced prices and extended terms on nil reasonable goods. Out
goods we fully guarantee to be the best.
We make you satisfied.
U. W. ROBBINS
Oaf'ley and Bur!» y
Published Tlinrstlay of each week
Itv A M. MERRILL
I I) A It O
' > A K I, K V ,
Entered at the Post Olfh*«* at Oakley, Idaho,
for f runs mission through the mails as
Second Class Matter.
KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.
.SI .«I
Une year.
six Months.
single copy.
.75
. .os
ÏP3 m ifo ¥ ITII s
For Sale —A number one work
horse.
Cash paid for hides, pelts and wool
at W. Levin's.
IT jewel Hampden watch 20 year
ease for $12.50 at Mills the Jeweler.
L. W. Robbins.
11 -tf
Dr. Mecham announces that he
will leave Oakley the 1st of Oct. to
be gone two or three weeks.
You, that want good fruit, come
to headquarters; come early.—
Ether Durfee.
Hyrura J Wells is out with some
very nice card announcing special
Courtesies to his friends,,
r
Another faeg-r-ar^d a very sweet
one, tpprts seen behind the counters
atthe Union store this week.
Househo'd goods for sale cheap.
Must he sold within two weeks. Am
going away.—H. ET. Booth.
Gibson Condie expects to move
from Cany to Oakley as soon as
convenient.
Mr Stephenson, state organizer of
W O. W. visited the local camp this
w eek.
The Co-op clerks are getting con
ference fever. Another will go to
Salt Lake but not alone, and thus
the good work goens on.
To Rent:—A good room unfurn
ished for boy students, who want, to
batch or take board out.
John W. Owen our genial travel
ing man from Pocatello blew in on
ing man from Pocatello blew in on
Tuesday evening's stage.
Mr. Harry E quist and Miss Flos
sie McMurray of Oakley, were mar
ried at Albion on Friday last.
Born to Mr. and Mrs Portie Day
lev of Basin a browned-haired baby
girl, on Sept. 10.
A fine baby girl was born to Mrs.
I. G. Hale on Monday L.orning last.
Carey, Elba, Grouse creek and
oth*'-r distant wards of Cassia Stake
are well represented at the stake
academy.
Threshing will he about
the end of the present week,
harvest about Oakley is exceedingly
short this year on account of drouth
and also less acreage than hereto
fore.
over at
The
Tt develops that the great Insur
ance companies nt-e very lea v v
trilmtors to campaign funds,
of the greatest companies has
aged about $48000 at each of the last
three general elections.
"rai, eh?
con
One
a V''i
Quite lib
Li ss than four weeks remain in
11 ) tv
which o take advantage of the
railroad rates
to go and see t he
Chirk and Le win Ex pi
wonderful Northwest country.
■i*inn and the
Little Blanch B'll the three ye
old daughter of Mr P H BMI of
ar
Basin was bad'y scalded last week
bv boiling water,
along as wpII as could be
She 'S getting
expected
. Mrs N R Lewis of Oxford, Idaho
has been visiting her daughter Mrs
A. M. Merrill during the week. The
i t'-v is very strongly impressed with
our big country.
Mr. Win. Read fame in from the
Harris Ranch on Saturday,
only wish be could have
We
brought
along a wagon load of peaches some
what like the sample* he left at this
office. They were
aoout as delie
ious as we ever tasted.
Mr Read is quite enthusiastic
the possibilities of his ranch and the
country about there in the fruit
growing line,
frosts are not nearly so much in evi
dence in those quarters as about Oak
ley and consequently the fruit
reasonably sure,
that some of our good people will get
into the fruit business and supply at.
least our local market.
over
The early and late
crop if
We sincerely hope
Hon. S. P. Worthington will leave
for ( hie ago in about 10 days.
Just received:—A fine
heatei s.
ley.
line
The be.-t ever seen in Oak
Call and be convinced.
of
Pioneer Tin Shop.
A custom hoot, shoe and repairing
shop h,is been opem d Dy u- on Main
si root, nexf to Dr. Hannherg's drug
store.
1G tf
Prices reasonable.
SCIIWKHKHOKR & Co.
Mrs.Levin returned last evening
from Salt Lake City, after having
had ... pleasant trip.
The name of Mrs. Lucy Read was
inadverdently omitted in the list of
the new Stake Sunday School Board.
A f *w are asking, where Dr. Méch
ant expects to go about Oct,. 1. Most
everybody knows.
Pres. J L. Smith went to Salt
Laite City last Thursday on a busi
ness trip and returned last evening.
J. N. Price has just made a hand
some addition to his store in finish
ing the large west room
put in a.choice line of dry goods.
A little daughter of Bp. H. C,
Haight caught her fingers in a
wringer yesterday and mashed them
quite badly.
We met a form strangely like John
A. Elison s this morning,
not see his face for smiles,
to be a girl and the mother is doing
nicely.
The many friends of Pi of Harding
will he glad to know that he has
far recovered from his gun shot
wound ns to be able to be out again.
Or all occupations perhaps that cf
railroad transportation is the most
danger >us. Recent statistics s how
that during a particular year one
trainman was killed for every 12b
employees and one out of every 9 was
injured.
The Academy people have been
spmewhat disappointed during the
week, owing to the
of Prof. Ot te.
for daily, but up to last evening he
had not reached town. In all prob
ability, however, he will lie here
ready to begin his labors on Monday
next.
He will
'
We could
It is said
so
non-appearance
He has been looked
next.
Riehard• Douglass of Pocatello,
Fred Gooding of Shoshone and \V.
H. Philbrick of American Falls ob
tained, during the early part of the
week, * oiitrol of the Great Western
Salt and Soda Company of Sait Lake
and will operate the same in the in
terests of Idaho Wool grower's asso
ciation..
The
opening at, Cassia
Academy on Monday was most pro
pitious. Pt-e>. Jack, Pres. Harpi r,
Bp. Thomas, Elders Arthur
and in () Funk of the Stake board
and otic r visitors in connection with
Stake
Peck
the faculty wert» present to welcome
the students.
Sixty pupils were
registered and tin re has been a
daily increase since the opening. In
consideration of the fact that all pre
paratory courses with exception of
one year are eut out this year., the
opening enrollment
very favorable.
COtisidered
is
Notice.
One hull, branded X on left rips,
4 on left hip, will lie sold unless call
ed for by owner at auction at the
estray pound, ou Friday 22nd, 10 a.
Pound ki-epet,
C. Chadwick.
in.
Dated Sept, 18.
True Joys.
A qui i Imme: vices
4 our own
pluming; J few hooks full of the in
spiration of genius; a few friend*
w u'thv fif being loved and
love us in tutn; a hundred innocent
pleasures that bring no pain or
morse; a devotion to the
will never swerve;a simple
empty of all bigotry, full of trust
and hope and love—and to such a
philosophy ibis world will
all the j iv it has. — David Swing.
able t"
re
right that
rt ligion
give us
Nolice of Dissolution.
ac- j
counts are to be paid to my former j
partner Clark L<", and all owing by j
the house are to tie paid b.v him. !
Notice is hereby given that I have
this day sold out my interests in the
Metropolitan saloon, and that all
II. Jldd.
Saturday, Aug. 19, 1905.
is
Schem Noies.
There is an enrollment of over 200
in the Sixth District School.
The teaching force consists this
seie on of Henry W. Tucker,
pal; and Emily K. Tucker
Bates and Lucy R. .id, n- assistants.
We are handicapped in our work
bv the luck o' books, tint this will be
overcome as the trustees have order
ed a liberal supply ol them.
We notice a number of new faces
among our students. We have Chil
dren from Grouse creek and Ibapah,
Utuh; end fiom a number of neigh
boring settlements.
The district boys
their spare play-thne on the
mond."
We are sorry to record the illness
of Miss Clara Matthews, a last year's
student,
•Miss Emma Worthington, a stud
ent cf cur school last year is
ten d at the C. S. A,
success in her studies.
.Miss Pearl McMarray is registered
We wish
her education.
The beginners come to school 1:00
p. m. and first grade at 11:30 a. m.,
because of the congestion in the pri
mary department.
The teachers and students are
grateful to the trustees for the im
proved conditions at the district
school.
pnitci
, Lutu
are spending
diu
t'eg's
We wibh her
at the Academy, we hum.
her every success in
of
ial
44
Under a Spell"
The Metropolitans are rehearsing
' Under a Spell" a Telnpcrunce
play which they expect to present
about Sept 30.
at
Utah Agricultural College.
The Mechanical A>-ts Departrfien t
of the Agricultural College of Utah
located at Logan was burned to the
ground last week. The loss is esti
mated as being somewhere near
*50,010. The
have gamed ground that the entire
college was destroyed, but this is a
great mistake. This department is on
ly a small partof the college, and the
fire will not eu ter ft re seriously with
the work of the college, which
sutnnl its labors on Tuesday. Ar
rangi meats are now being made to
replace the structure and in a very
short tunc every truce of the fire will
have been < fi'aced.
impression seems to
re
J.
ORDINANCE 11.
To Amend Section 8 and 5 of
Ordinance No. 2, Providing
for the Compensation of
Village Officers adop
ted .June Sth, 1904.
Be it ordained by the Chairman
and the Board of Trustees ot
the Village of Oakley, "That"
Section I.— That sectiou 3 of Or
dinance No. two of the Village of
Oakley fixing the compensation of
Village Officers, Adopted June Bib,
1904, be, and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Section III. The Village "Treas
urer" shall receive a yearly salary of
30 dollars, to b<- paid quarterly.
Section 11. That section 5 of or
dinance No. two of tbe Village of
Oakley fixing the compensation of
\ illage Officers, Adopted June 8th
1904, he, and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Section V.
shall" shall receive (in addition to l.is
fees) a yearly salary of GOO dollars,
to he paid quarterly.
Adopted Set)'. 5, 1905.
Attest:
The Village "Mur*
1
a
l
S. P. WORTHINGTON,
Chairman.
M. O. Funk,
Clerk.
ORDINANCE 12.
I'iit* Annual Appropriation Bill,
1905.
Be it ordained by the Chairman
and the Board of Trustees of
the Village ot Oakley,
Section 1.
That.
A tax of two and one
half mills is hereby levied for general
purposes on each and every dollar of
taxable property within the Village
of Oakley, Cassia County, Idaho, for!
the fiscal year ending the first Tues
day of May, 190fi.
Adopted Sept. 5,1905.
Attest: S. I*. WORTHINGTON, !
Chairman.
M. O. Funk,
Clerk.
1
Locust Items.
(From Ouriteiiuiur Scribe.)
We dont see any idlers in out
waul. Every one Mvrns to t»e Dusy
We now have the brick for our
new meet me in.use. Mr. Dummer
of Marion will start te lav them at
once.
Orson McBride is at Albion as
one of the jurors; of the lilt i {strict
court.
Ted Severe is very sick with ty
phoid, also his little live year old
son is very sick with the same di
sease.
Mrs. Aaron McBride has returned
from Wyoming. The many friends
of Mrs. Jessie will be pleased
know she likes her new home.
A number of our young folks
joyed the party at Burley at the
new Jenkins Hall, bnt they didn't
enjoy the dust so weil.
Bish Matthews has a daughter
down with typhoid. We hope every
one will let plenty'of fresh air in
their homes and keep Iheir plant
free from that dreaded disease as it
is possible to do.
to
en
s us
Carey Items.
W. F Rawson and Parker Rich
ards came in from Carey last Satur
day; the former to bring his daugh
ter to attend the academy and the
latter to begin his labors at the head
of the Mechanical Department of the
Academy. They report the sad bur
ial of Willard Chedister whose inter
ment took place there lust Wednes
day. It will be re
mem tiered that
young Chidieter met his death in
connection with a companion from
weeks ago
good people
sufficient
asphyxiation some Jiree
at Ch ieugn.
'art y subscribed money
(some $230) to bring his
The
.f
rt mains
home to hi- sorrowing parents and
friends.
H« 1 was regarded
ceptionably bright and
young man, and of good habits.
as an ex
promising
He
would have now been attending the
academy had his life been spared.
Mr. Richards gives the first satis
factory explanation of the cause of
i lie death of iliese
young men thu
In the room in
stayed at Chit •;i v»o
we have heard,
which the boy s
stayed at Chit •;i v»o
electricity,
it is supposed that the bovs entere
1 he room in the dark, and attempt) d
to turn ou the electric light.
• ehace they first turned the gas
jet,ant{ hen the e e trie} When they
retired they turned oil the electric
light with no thought of having mi
grated the fumes that were to cause
which the boy s
there wu- both gas and
11
By
SOI III
I heir death.
A profound glo m was cast
the entire community at the
iiigl.v premature departure of this
sterling young man.
over
secrri
For Sale.
About fifty- heads of Rogerson and
Read Bucks
quire of H ff Severe.
For
part iculurs
l»!»
Creditors Notice.
Estate of .1.".invs M. WorUiliijfion, lireeastsl.
Nulii-e is hereby «ivi r>. that li:l tors of ad
ministration on the estate of James M.
\\ on hi nylon, deceased were granted to i he
unUersitrned on ihe 16th Jay of August UK).')
by the Probate Court of i.'assin county.
All persons having rlatrns again J. s.ihl
estate lire required to exhibit them to me for
allowance at rnv reside
within te
•o a I Oakley, Idaho,
months fitter the date of this
not lee. nr they shall be forever barred.
This ltttb day of August. uh>5.
John L. Smith.
Administrator.
Timber Laud, Act June 3, 1S78
Notice for Publication.
l'nlte.1 States Land office |
Hailey. Idaho, July 3, 1905 (
Not lee i- hereby given that In compliance
with t he provisions of the m-t of Congress of
June J, Is,H. entitled 'An act for the sale of
limiter lands In the states of California, Ore
gon Nevada, and Washington Territory," os
extended i*. all the Public Land States hy
net Of August*. 181«. Noah Hartbulomew. of
Husin, County of Cassia. State of Idaho, has
this «lay Hied In this office
men« No. --'
L4 NW1 4 of sei
HS.. Kan K e. No.
his sworn stato
, fur tbo purfhaso of the s\V
•t.ion N
24 Iti Township No.
5 K„ U M. t and will offer
proof to show that ihc land sought Is mort;
vuluiibif for Its timbor hr stone than fur
agricultural purposes and to establish his
claim tos Id land b«*for»*.ios Y. Haight,ch-rk
dist rict court, at his office at Albion. Idaho,
on Monday, the of October lim».
Ik oil mis .iswitinsM*,: James 51arlliida.U*.
John I eterson. Joseph P. Komis, Krastus S.
1 an lock, n 11 of Ihi-In. Cassia county, Idaho.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
a ho ve described lands are requested to Hie
thelr claims In this office on nr before sahl
-tilth day of October, I9I1&. N J SiMite
l lrst put). Aug. 3-IOw Register.
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:cv GIRL'S DORMITORY.
State Normal School
ALBION. IDAHO
1. ProfoMlonttl stint!«».
*-• HUnilfD.
3. Moticl St hool.
4. hlmlrrgitrtoü.
ft. Mulla*! Training,
fi. ri*n«> nud Harmony.
?. I'hyilc»! Trululitff.
H. Drawing,
Two fine dormltort***. Splendid equipment.
Kme library lie** teacher*. u«<hk 1 athletic
coache*. Poor year* coure*. Diploma a sinte
Cer: innate. T ali term fa'iflns Sepicuiber lUO.'*.
Write fur cataitnrue. Address
The President, Albion, Idaho
Twin Fall» people do thin?* just
1 about ri|{ltl Tbr)> hiv« ouill a
c >mfortable school building jnd now
I bey are hauhng to school free of
charge every child living more than
a mile and a half trom the school
I 1
very well be put in operation in
Oak lev.
Music Lessons.
Miss Nora Dummer, instrumental
music teacher,
will give lessons on
piano and organ. Terms reasonable
Inquire at Oakley Pharmacy.
17 tf
Palace Meat Market
E. TINSLEY, Manager
Carry Choice Line of Fnsh and Cured Meats, Fresh Lurd aiifl Bnlo^mi
Flour and Feed in Connection
Main Street
OAKLEY. IDAHO
J. J. HANNBERG, M. D.
Drugs and Medicines
Druggists' Sundries, Stationery. Cigars and Tobaccos
Soda Fountain always in opera.ion
Tilt h. P. THOMAS FURNITURE CO.
SUCCESSORS TO
Tie S. P. worintBgtoa furniture Co.
DEALERS JN
Draperies, Wall Paper and Pictures.
Furniture, Carpets,
Stoves, Steel Ranges,
Lu m be r
Pianos, Organs,
and Shingles.
Undertaking Goods,
Call
a n d See Us.
O u r P rice s a re Right.
:: :: O A K L E Y , I D A H O
M a I ii Street
^ ooooooooooooooooc
Burley is On the Boom
SO ARE WE
-Ox.
If you don't believe it, call and
us and you will see
best assortment of general merchan
dise in the country-prices lowest
see
the largest and
OAKLEY CO-OP.
H . C . HAIGHT, Sup
n t e n d e ii t
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Limited.
Regular! ram Service m Cassia Co. from Sept. I 0
Trains Going West irem Burley io:so.
5:53.
M.
he
for
Tust
<•
(i
Fall and Winter goods—GASH PRICES.
Mens full Suits at from $3.00 to $13.50.
Youths ' '
Hoys
Unde, iren r in hi rye cariety.
Domets und. Outing Flannels .
Cotton Hatting and Quitt Linings.
Groceries at Bottom Prices.
The Famous ' l Sun Flower" Shoes.
Shot Guns, Rifes and 22s.
Heating Stores and Ranges. $1.50 to $05.
Store Ri pin g and Store Furnishings.
4.00 to
1.40 to
10.0 o.
(J.oo.
i.
of
of
os
hy
of
S.
People's Lnion.
V> M . T . .1 A C K ,
M a a a x o r.
BOSTON STORE
W . L E V I N, Prnprietn t
CHEAP
3 A EES
Aliis week on everything in
Here are «i few samples
Misses linen skirts 50c. Buys linen suits from 50 to 7.1
waits reduced from $1 25 to 90c.
$1 00 to 75c.
Lawn waists
from $1 35 to $1.00.
our
store.
5c. Lawn
Lawn waits reduced from
waists reduced from $2 59
Lawn
to $2.00
reduc'd from $2 50 to $1 75. Waists reduce.]
Waists reduced front $185
to $1 50. I
Cheap Sale on Ladies Skirts ,
Cash paid for hides anti pelts.
j: Wool bought
OAK LL Y ,
t t t
t t ID A H O
+
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Attorney 11 H. H iwebs is utt nd
A Inion this
* '''ï District Court ut
week.
:
'
Ileii«*» Society Conference.
The Stake Relief Society Confer
ence will convene at. Elba, Friday,
September 22, at 10 o'clock a. rn A
, full attendance of officers and mem
bers is requested.
Loris.v Haioht,
Lkvena Bates,
Maud M. Thomas,
Stake Presidency.

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