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Now Set up Ready for S a 1 <r
All the Late Styles
at Reduced Prices.
Large supply of "Red Tag" brand of binding twine.
Reduced prices and extended terms on all reasonable goods. Our
goods we fully guarantee to be the best. YVe make you satisfied
Oa^/ey and Burley
©AMUEY lgASlUls;
Published Thursday of each
Entered at the Post Office at Oakley, Idaho,
for transmission through the malls as
Second Oil
. .75
One year.
Six Months .
Slnjrlo copy.
© m œ v i t i m s
Wood wanted on subscription.
If delivered this month will ex
change photos or watdi for wood
Mills the Jeweler.
The Eagle will take wood, prefera
bly mahogany, on subscription.
For sale cheap: A fine home.
Close in. Location ideal, Lot 7Jx
8J rods. Inquire of E. Tinsley.
Uash uaid for hides, pelts and wool
at \\. Levin's. 11-tf
Cash paid for wheat and barley at
Oakley Roller Mills.
Stake priesthood meeting Friday,
October 27, at 2 p. in.
High Priest meeting Friday Oc
tober 27 at 10 p. m.
Clyde Duhlquist is another of our
good people that, has fallen a
prey to typhoid.
M O. Funk is getting in some
gome good work on his new Fox
typewriter this week. He purchased
it while in Salt Lake City.
Friday evening October 27, and
Saturday evening October 28 are the
dates lor "The Merry Milkmaids."
Curtains raises at eight sharp Tick
ets on sale at usual place.
We are requested to announce that
the general officers of the Stake Pri
mary association will meet in the
Cassia Stake Academy Friday Oct
28, at 2 p, in. A large attendance is
The publisher of this paper ac
knowledges receipt of a fine 9 lb.
boy from mother stork on Tuesday
morning last. This means of course
another "little devil" for the Eagle
office. , • '
Ed. Tinsley returned from his
farm at Burley the first part of the
week. He recently dug an 80 ft well,
which will supply him with plenty
pf good cold water.
Prof. Sunshine was attacked by a
drunken sheepherder at Albion on
Sunday evening last,
promptly laid out by the professor,
and was lined $10 and cost by the
justice of the peace on Monday morn
ing. When last seen he was quite
Born to Mrs. L.
Friday last a fine girl. Mrs. Robbins
has been a very sick woman since
the confinement but we are glad to
report that she is now improving.
Robbins on
We are requested to announce
that Pres. Nephi M. Pratt of the
Northwestern states mission will
hold a special meeting at Burley on
Sunday next at 2 p, m.
The Idaho World claims the honor
of being the oldest paper published
in the best state in the Urion. Its
first issue came out Sept, 23, 1863.
The Boise Statesman first made its
appearance on the 26 of July, 1864.
Our erstwhile druggist. George
Weldon who is now add'ng t-> his
fortune thru his drug • *ot * at
Rupert and at Minid 1 a w.-s visit-|
ing old friends at Oak, y uuriDg the
early part of the week.
Three new pianos in a week! How
is that for Oakley ? Cassia Stake
Academy, P. es. John L. Smith and
Henry Worthington are the favored
ones. The instruments were pur
chased last week in Salt Lake City,
and will be in Oakley tomorrow or
next day.
Axel Erickson came into town on
Friday on important business,
considerable part of his business is
conducted at Mrs. George Whittle's
residence and be does not know just
how long it will take him to finish it
When away—he works at the car
penter trade for the O. S. L r.iil
way company.
Merry, merry, merry, merry,
merry milkmaids Oct. 27,-28
Our old-time friend A. S. Erick
son is reported ill at his home in
Salt Luke City with typhoid pneu
Mfs. D. P. Albee of Rock creek
was in town on Monday.
Parley Clark was up from Burley
on Saturday last.
T. Lang who has been confined to
his bed with rheumatism at the home
of C. G. Parkinson during the past
month is able to be up again.
Judge Howell returned from con
ference ou Monday last.
Dr. N. Ray Mecham now has his
single »swung from the front parlors
of the Eagle office.
Just received:—A fine line of
heaters. The best ever seen in Oak
ley. Cali and be convinced.
Pioneer Tin Shop.
A Sparing Match.
The local sports are looking for
ward with delight to Saturday night
when they will be treated to an ex
hibition of scientific fisticuffing in a
fifteen round bout between Prof.
Sunshine and Eddie San trey.
Sunshine hails from Chicago,
has received quite a reputation
the "Mormon fighter" on account ol !
having made Salt Lake City Ins
his headquarters for a number of
years. Eddie San trey is
as j
been crit
It is a well-known , indisputable fact that there is
no other one influence so powerful and effective in
the upbuilding of a community {whether it be an
infant village or antique city) as a well supported
newspaper. People on the outside judge of any
town by the appearance of the paper or papers
published there," '
Mountain Home Republican ife
as one whi
recently bade fair to ac
quire the light weight championship
of the world.
Both gentlemen are
now in heavy training preparatory
to engaging in encounters with fam
ous fighters on the coast. Prof.
Sunshine will match Jimmy Britt
and Sau trey—Eddie Hanlon. The
contest on Saturday evening is
tobe conclut ted in a purely friendly
and scientific spirit.
To the Ureal Beyond.
On Wednesday afternoon all that
was mortal of Mrs. Ada Walker the
beloved if ife of Chas. H. Walker and
the mother of 8 living children, 1
b o y and 7 girls was consigned
to the silent tomb. It seems strange
I}» inexplicable and unexpros^ably
sad that such a devoted wife and
tender mother should be taken from
those who so much need her love
and care. The Lord's ways how
ever, are not man's, and there is
naught to do but patiently submit,
and struggle braveiy on, We trust
that the "Power that pities man"
will pity, comfort, and bless the be
reft husband and»orphan children,al
so the aged mother. Mrs. Walker was
born in Buckinghamshire, England,
May 8,1867, and consequently was
38 years old at the time of her de
mise. Mrs. Walker was the daugh
ter of Charles and Eliza Smith. She
emigrated with her parents to Utah
in 1882, ariviving iu Salt Lake City
dirpct 10 ° akle - v arriving July 23,
,8S2 ' She «as married to Cbas.
^ alker Jan. 1, 1884.
As is generally known Mrs. WalK
ep suceumbed after a aud pam .
f u i illness to the dreadful disease
er y S ip e | aSi Her death occurred on
27 th inst
Funera , 8ervices were held at the
June 4, from whence they proceeded
tabernacle yesterday at which ap-1
prooriate music was rendered by
Prof. Otte and the stake choir, and
consolatory words were offered by
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the following speakeis: Bp. H. C.
j Haight, Elders Ether Durfee, O. P. j
j Bates, George A. Day, Counselor i
I D P. Thomas, and Pres W. T. !
The Best or Nothing.
t.,.. .1 . . . .
Nothing but the very best will do
Dr. N. Ray Mecham, even though he
j ac |,.
! have to wait many yearn, and theu
send all the wav to Chicago for if,,
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We do not know wrier« the doctor |
, . . . , ,
j/ot that brand m*w i nroinparabV I
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rubber tired ritf, hut we < ,) know
that he ordered that sweei girl he
has been showing about during the
week from the Windy city (though
not from Montgomery Ward) and we
do also know that Ray thinks she is
about the nicest ever. As everybody
knows this sweet little parcel did
not come on approval, as the Dr.
knew just exactly what he was get
ting and made complete arrange
ments for keeping it us a prmanen.
possession. John R Winder helped
lo fixed the matter up a week
yesterday in the Sait Lake Temple,
and now N. R. Mreham of Oakley
and Miss Lilias M. Swart an accom
plished and a beautiful girl of Chi
cago, III., are indissolubly bound to
gether forever and a day. If time
will ouly continue to pass as it has
the past 10 days they think eternity
will prove all too short. May their
fondest anticipations be realized.
Cassia Slake Conference.
Saturday and Sunday October 28
and 29, have been designated for
Stake Conference at Oakley. It is
expected that this will be one of the
largest conferences ever held in the
Stake. All Slake and Ward officers
and the Saints arc cordially invited
to be present.
W. T. Jack,
YV. T. Harper,
John L. Smith,
Stake Presidency.
! A baby girl came to the home of
Will Severe. Will is all smiles us
this is the first one in the family,
Locust Items.
(From OurlteRular Scribe.)
Bishop Pickett has returned home
from Chicago.
The little girl of Dan Jones is very
sick with the typhoid.
Charles Jenkins, Sr. has been crit
The S 'biei w II st.llt
ically ill, hut he is some better.
The little boy of A P. Martindale
is improving, but the little girl
still very sick,
The school teachers, Mr. Pierce
and Mrs. Bennett, were here Mon
day to start school but the furnace
wasn't ready
next Monday with the house all com
Ted Severe is seen riding out this
week after hi* long sickness.
The little snowstorm was a wel
come visitor. It may stop the ty
phoid iu this locality.
Marion Notes.
Our new butcher shop seems very
busy. —
Mrs. Robert Martin gave birth to
a baby girl Wednesday night.
There lias been a little sickness
among the school chüdre»i. Chicken
pox for sometime past having been
the rage. *
Mrs. Wm. Read has been ill the
past few days at the Harris
Elders Robt. S. Smith of M\rion
and Casoer Whittle of Oakley visit
ed Yost Sunday the 15 as missionar
ies, organizing the M. I. A.
music teacher, will give lessons on
I piano and organ. Terms reasonable.
I desire to notify my many cus
tomers The Roller Mills
running and we are prepared to do
custom work.
are now
John Soutiiworth.
Music Lessons.
Miss Nora Dummer, instrumental
Inquire at Oakley Pharmacy.
| their customers that they have
llloUi ' » 1 ' 1 r s ^ v% 111,1 1,1 4 e w can j on
I about one mile above Glenns on
L G. Kidd & Son wishes to notify
Cassia creek; and there is a chance
for the people to get 300,000 feet of
i red pine. Under the law each per
! son is entitled to 25,000 feet and wil
! have to pay for his sawing and take
it all. No one must cut timber les
than 12 inches in diameter and it
must at Ieast 3o lnche8 from th „
fPL ... t 4 . . . , .
rhe Webster aociel y met on last.
| , , . . .
Fndav at 4 p. m., an enjoyable | ro- (
if ram was render.•< . *
B »ys and girls are much interested
ut our e.asses in (lom» »tic and ugit-j
c u l ,L:r «\
Scfeoel !Nolcs.
S-nator Heyburn lias offered to
supply our school with a large map
i f the United Slates
We welcom d Vina Tinsley and
Wallace MeMarray back to school
on Monday. They have been de
lained at home by sickness
We received a large consignment
of books on Monday.
We are using ihe new Thomas
History in the United States His
tory courses.
Lida.Bates and Charles Clark re
cetved special promotions last week.
We wish that all could see our
crowded condition at No. Six.
would not wait, long for a central
chool. Let's have a new school
For the Housewife.
Ever since our Colonial investors
instituted Thanksgiving Day it has
been a day of rejoicing and the good
old fashioned dinner plays the all im
portant part there in. A detailled
and an interesting account of a
thanksgiving dinner as it will be
served by a young house wife who has
followed the story of "The Making of
a Housewife" in Th - Delineator, is
given by Isabel Gordon Curtis in tiie
November number. "Thanksgiving
Day Novelties" illustrate many
seasonable dishes from the iradi
tional pumpkin pie to a choicely
arranged harvest centrepiece, other
articles "Novelties" and "Maple
Dainties" can be made to ad van tege
at this season of the year aud will
add a novelty lo t,he family menu.
Creditors Notice.
Estate of James M. Worthington, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, Unit letters ef ad
ministrai ion on the estate of James M.
Worthington, deceased, were granted to the
undersigned on. the 10th day of August 1906
by t lu* i'roluite
All perses hi
estate are required t
allowance at my residence at Oakley, Idaho,
within ten months after the dale of this
notice, or they shall be forever barred.
This 10th day of August. I »05.
irt of Cassia county.
Hint rial
against» said
•xhihlt them to rne for
ihn L. Smith,
Timber Land, Act June 3, 187S
Notice for Publication.
IJnlle.l States Land Office (.
Halley. Idaho, July 3, 1006 (
Novice is hereby Rtveil that in compliance
with/t he provisions of t ho act of Congress of
Jun* 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of
timper lands In the States of California. Ore
KOnl Nevada, and Washington Territory. ' as
extended to all the Public Land States by
act uif August 4,18H3, Noah Bartholomew, of
KusTn. County of Cassia. State of Idaho, has
Ills day tiled Jn.thls office his sworn state
mem No.-—, for the purchase of the SW
l-t NW1-4 of section No 24 In Township No.
14 S.. Bunco No. 23 E., B. M., and will offer
proof to show t hat the land sought is more
valuable for Its Umber or stone than for
6 ' iiltural pun ■- -, and to rsiublish Ills
claim to s Id I ami before Jss. Y . Hal$ht, clerk
district court at his office at Albion, Idaho,
on Mtinday, the 30day of October, 11105.
it nesses: James Martindale.
John Peterson. Joseph K. Remis, Erastus S.
11 of Basin, Cassia county, Idaho.
Any and a II persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file
their claims In this office on or before said
30th day of October, IMS.* N. J. Sn »tu»
First piib. Auk. 3—lllw Register.
lit* IIHlllPH SIS
Notice for Publication.
Notice is hereby given that at 2 p. tn. on
the 1st day of November, 1905. «it Three creek,
County of Owyhee, State of Idaho, before 8.
A. Newman, proof will be submitted of the
co pletion of works for the diversion of
it 3-10 cubic feet per second of the waters of
House creek, and of the application to bene*
tidal use of said water. In accordance with
the terms and conditions of Permit No, 1340
heretofore Issued by the State Engineer of
of the State of Idaho.
1. The name and postofflee address of th*»
person holding said permit Is John M, Brat
ton, Three Creek, Owyhes County, Idaho.
2. The said works of direrslon will he fully
completed on the date set for such comple
tion, and the amount of water which said
works are capable of conducting to the place
of intended use, In acco dance wiih the plans
accompanying the application for such per
mit, is 3 2-10 cubic feet per second.
3. The use to which said water lias been
applied Is irrigation and domestic and the
amount applied to beneficial
Is three and two-tenths cubic feet per sec
4. The place where said water is used Is
84, of NE*.< and Lot- l and 2 of Section 1, Tp.
15 S . U 12 E. B. M.
5. Th*« name of the ditch by which said
water is conducted to such place of use Is
Bratten's Ditch.
0 The right to take the water from such
works N based upon permit No. 1 340.
7. The Hour « of supply ftotn which said
water is diverted Is House Creek, Cassia
County, Idaho.
The date of the priority which said user Is
prepared to establish Is March 29,1906.
Promptly obtained or no fee. Write fhr ourl
apply luk for patent : it ta worth money. Wei !
and help Inventors to sncceaa. — '
Send model, photo or aketch, and we send
ENT ABILITY. 20 years' practice. Rejia-l
to red Patent Lawyers. Write or come to|
us at 605-507, 7th St„ WASHINGTON. D. C.g ;
V7 M
Gassia Stahe Heabemç,
Oahlcp, m»abo.
Offers during the
present year:
(2) Three Years Normal Coure. (3)
(4-) Elementary Courses in Agricul
(5) Thorough Courses
(1) a Prepartorv Course.
Three Years Science Course.
tu re, Domestic Science, Manual Training,
in Vocal and Instrumental Music. :
For catalogue or information, address the Principal.
Palace Meat Market
E. TINSLEY, Manager
Carry Choice Line of fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh Lard and Bologna
Flour and Feed in Connection
M ; o Street
Drugs and Medicines
Druggists' Sundries, Stationery. Cigars and Tobaccos
Soda Fountain always in operation
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies, YVall Paper and Pictures.
Stoves, Steel Ranges, Pianos, Organs, Undertaking Goods,
Lumber and Shingles.
Just received a new line of Folding Beds, Iron Bed, large
assortment of Ranges, Stoves and Heaters.
Anything you want in the Furniture line at Bedrock Prices.
Call and See Us. Our Prices are Right.
Main S t r e e t
Burley is On the Boom
If you don't believe it, call and see
us and you will see the largest and
best assortment of general merchan
dise in the country-prices lowest
H . C . HAIGHT, Superintendent
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i o n.
Regular! rain Service in Cassia Co. from Sept. 1 0
Trains Going west from Kurien 10:50.
" East

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Fall and Winter goods--CASH PRICES.
.Mens full Suits at from $3.00 to $13-50.
Youths ' '
4 *
4.00 to 10.0 0.
Underwent' in large variety.
Domets and Outing Flannels.
Cotton Baiting and fjui/t Linings.
Groceries at Bottom Prices.
The Famous ' 'Sun Flower" Shoes.
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i.40 to a.oo.
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Shot Guns, Rifles and 22s.
Heating Stoves and Ranges. $1.50 to $05.
Stove I Oping and Store Furnishings.
Peopled \5mon
w M . T . J A C K ,
M a n a k 0 .
W . L E V I N,
Sale on Ladies Coats, Hats, Dress Goods W
pers, Gloves, Underwears, Skirts, Children Coats,
Caps, Shoes, Hats, ALns Boots, Shoes, Overcoats,
Suits of Clothes, Hats, Capes, Mittens, Gloves,
Underwear, Boys Overcoats, Sweaters.
: A
bargains, commencing Saturday, Oct. 20, closing
n ext, Oct. 27.
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