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(Successor to L. W. Robbins.) a Will continue business ai the eld stand. -t fj Our business methods will be "The Welfare of our Customers. H. I. Mills, Jewelry f Optician. QUIT BUYING TRASHY GOODS FOR XMAS PRES ENTS, GET SOM E THING FROM MILLS, He has them—WATCHES, CHAINS, KINGS, SILVER WARE, ALBUMS, TOILET CASES, CLOCKS, ETC. Published Thursday of each week Br A M. MEKIULL , IDAHO O A k L fi V , Entered at the Post Office at Oakley, Idaho, for transmission through the malls as Second Class Matter. , RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. $i .50 On« year... "lx Months Miitflo copy .76 .05 m m ¥ h t h iE s Go to the People's Union and get special cash discount. Koss Elison came in from Twin Fall on Saturday evening, returning on Mondav.— Special bargains can be had at People Union. J. Wiley Sessions of Marion has beou sorely afflicted the past ten days with erysipelas. Dr. N R. Mecham our Dentist an uounces that he will leave Oakley about Dec7th to be gone until Jan 1. During his absence will visit Salt Lake and Bois* on busiuess, The Pioneer Tin Shop has received toother consignment of stoves this This makes the third tris fill. You must.call early if you get one. week. Mrs Kttella Bagley of Rexburg oome in on Monday evening stage to visit her sister-in-law Mrs. W. C. Martindale. Her husband will come over next week. Mr T. E. West recently installed a spendid system • of gasoline light at Dr Hannberg's drug store you can have the electric light, if you wish, usxt summer, doctor. Jeffrie« says people flock the foot b« 1 ! because it is more brutal than prizefighting. There-that ought to be a bint to the dear people. J. W. Owen of Pocatello represent ing Z C. M I. of Salt Lake City was douig business with Oakley merch ants ou Saturday last. A new heating plant is soon to tie installed in the stake tabernacle. It. will be hot air and will be installed by Mr West . hose bid was the lowest. He is uuder contract we understand 1 1 have it in be Christmas. The Oakley Pharmacy has ea'ab lisbed a "News Agency" ill connec tion with their drug line, You may now procure any magazine or book that is published by calling at the Pharmacy. i'b<i Cora Dayley has been ill during tne past ten days. It was imp« ssible to gt tmui al lid until the early part of the week, when Pr Story of Ablion. pronounced ^fier illness another case of typhoid. ! I L. W. Robbii s of the Snake River Implement Company ordered nine earloads of buggies, wagons and ! machinery for the three (house in a county, while in Salt Lake (. last weeks Dr . Dibblee and Furr were in town again on Saturday last revisit ing former patients and soliciting new trade. The boys are opening a a great H -Id here, and are already doing u spleudid business. We had a pleasant call on Saturday '.ast from the Genial South com monly known as Ed South an erst i while prominent politician of Cat countv—but now a resident of Sali I ■hp Lake City—where he beginning D i make his strength known as a poiiii-, calteader -and where (since he is j studying law) he becoming quite I generally Known as "Judge South" MBii'fflJn Pud ft * Ca again, igc. Cash uaid for hides, pelts and wool at W. Levin's. 11-tf The family of Mr. S. F. Halverson Cashier of Oakley State Bank, expected to arrive in Oakley the 13t of next week. , Weather for-ast. are By the 3rd of December we shall have a falling barometer. Growing cloudness will result and from 4th to 6th shall baye rain, then sleet, then Hicks, A son of Gov Gooding a broth er to Mrs. Emerson on Sunday, count of the critical illness of Dr Emerson, who black erysipelas, somewhat improved at this writing Who says the Oakley Eagle is Why we are just snow, reached Oakley He was called on ae is suffering from The Dr. seems not making money? (Friday) evening at Al A LI I E newspaper is as essential to the growth of town as healthful exercise is to the growth of a child. A halfftarved newspaper is a reflection upon the business enterprise of the town in which it is published. In most towns there are at least a few persons trying to do business on whatever custom they are able to pick up from the advertising done by others, sort of business parasite or scaveuger , satisfied with what can be picked up from the scrap of others' busi ness tables.—Burley Bulletin. a They are a coining monpy. a Hundred Dollars for the Peoples' Union on Saturday last, make heaps of money tor you. Call and get particulars, proposition ab solutely safe. We turned out over We can Hay for sale at the Yale ranches, lower end of Raft, river valley. Plen ty of good pasture, ruuuing all winter. Warm water Beef yards and Good browse for weaning corrals, sheep on the range, foxtail. Call at the ranch or tele Hay free from phone or address L. Burley. H. Sweets-r, A gentleman handed in this inter esting information the other dav; A kiss Is peculiar proposition, use to one, yet absolute bliss to two. The small boy gets it for nothing. The young man has to steal it, and the old man has to buy it. baby's right, the lover's privilege, the hypocrites mask, girl, faith; to a married hope; and to an old maid, charity. Of no The To a young woman, Last week we bad a kick against the government on account of the sparsity of mucilage on postage stamps. This week we feel to com plain on account of not being to receive a single letter now-aduys able without the government stamping Missent'« name on it. We would like to know who in the duce Missent is anyway and why her l)p plastered on our every letter. If we lived in Utah Charles Mostyn Owen investigating ! the affair. And tbatisnt all,our letter I are postmarked too death, from stamp at n have Burley, Ablion. Oakley or about half the Post office stamp of the county on them, that we shall prosecute unless private correspondence receive»! more consideration at the hand nfl name must we should have ! Aside civing office they We give warning our the U. S. Government or its officials, i i Notice. 40 head of Rogerson A McR - i ^ >uc ^ s fi ,r apply to I 1 OaHey. ' R II. Huntpr, Music Lessons, j Miss Nora Dummer, instrumental I , , , W ''i « ,Ve les8 ° us on piano and ..rgan. Terms reasonable. inquire at Oakley Pharmac 3 >. 17 .^ Locust Items. (From Our Ungulur Berlin».) The little child of Dan Jones-is ill. Mrs Kat" Samuelsou went to Grantsvillp last week to atteud her mother's funeral. Mrs Orson McBride and her daughter Annie started for Grants vi.le on Monday. Henry Tanner and Carrie Haynes went to A biion last Wednsday where they were married bv Judge Harper. The M. I. A. gave Annie McBride a farewell party *n the school house last Friday night, they presented her with a set of silver knives and forks for the love they had for her as an officer in the Y. L. A. The house was crowded to its ulmostand a very enjoyable time was had by all we wish Annie much happiness thru life. Splendid Entertainment. The "Soldier'sSweetheart" was rendered before a large and ap preciative audience on Saturday evening last, beginning to feel that .Oakley's days of popular home theatricals were past, had their doubts dis pelled and their hopes revived. Mrs, Aaron fulfilled the antici pations of her friends and them a very delightful Her support was very fair, in some cases surprisingly good, nnd the entertainment justifies the hope that others from the bevy of performers will Those who were gave evening. same follow. The play will be presented to morrow (Friday) evening at Al bion and troupe a cordial reception at the county seat. we bespeak for the 1 he Manual Training Department at the academy is vvain Sco ti n g the assembly room this week. Now we will find Philadelphia really prefers being bad as a rule, and just gets a little religiously inclined once in a very very great while. English C at the Academy. Teacher.—Students, why is. Mi*« Morrill's story a good one? Pupil—Because it is a [moral] «tory. out whether Morrill O. N. L. Time Table. No 8 West Minidoka 9 a m. Hurley 9:45 a. m. Twin Kails 11:15 a. ni No 4 East l'wln Falls 4-15 p. m. Burley 5 40 p. Minidoka 8:90 p. m. m. MIXED TRAIN. — W».»8t — Minidoka 12:01 p. m. Burley 2:30 p. m. Twin Falls 6 p, m - East— Tw!» Fall 7 a nurlty 8:42 Minidoka 10:21) m a, m. a. m . BOYS Somethig for Nothing T iit s exactly what we mean by our offer to enterprising boys. We will send Free of all Charge, 10 copies of the current issue of SUCCESS MAGAZINE You can sell these for One Diih and tins wi.l furnish you capital to buy more at the wholesale price. You can work up a list of pe ent customers who will buv r t rinan a copy give you money all the tevery month, and this will plenty of spending i ime—money that you will enjoy re becauseyou made it in busi i n ess yourself. m In addition to a liberal profit on 1 eacifeopy sold, we give Cash Prizes and premiums, such ' ^ ameras . Boxing Gloves and doz- n j of other things dear to the heart of a boy. SEND YOUR REQUEST FOR 10 FREE OOP as Watches -..w. THE bUCCESS 150Y DEPART Washington Square, New York 1ES TO MENT, r ( online Soon. Mr. Fred Taylor the opera house manager takes pleasure in announceing that he has made all arrasgt-nieiits with the ad vance agent of the Madison Square Theater Co. for the ap pearance of this excellent and well known company in our; city for one week, commencing Dec. 11th. The company is one! of the best on the Pacific coast circuit and the members, of which there are eight, are the best to be had. Their plays are new and high class. They carry their own scenery and are in a posi tion to give us a better class of shows than was ever seen here. Their specialties and musical numbers are also excellent. Remember the dates, one week commencing Dec. 11th. Popular prices. _ Advertising Pays. A merchant who had two stores in small towns tried an experiment. He put a bargain counter in each store containing the same articles at the same price. In the newpaper of one village he advertised his special sale counter. In the paper of the other he did not. In one month in the village where he did not advertise he sold $984 worth of goods. In the store where he did advertise he sold the same goods amounting to $1724. In commenting on the experiment the merchant said: "People who gi^ the paper with the advertisement would pass ly one store and drive for miles to the other one for what they could have gotten at the same price in my store at store at their doors, but they did not know it was there." Mr. Jerome did not worry about the campaign in New York, he just allowed the people to do the worry ing. When you get married have your enrds printed at the Eagle Office. We can please you. Call and see our samples. Notice. All accounts due me will be re ceipted during my absence by Bp, H. C. Haight. Da. A. F O. Nirlson. Natice of Hearing of Petition for Probate of Will In the matter of th« »state of Georg» Whit tle, deceased. Ad order having been thU day made fixing the lime for hearing the petition for the pro hateof the will ef George Whittle deceased, and notice I» hereby given that Monday the Uth day of November, 1905 at2 o'clock p. m of said court at the court house In Albion, county of Cassia, Stale of Idaho, have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said George Whittle deceased,and forbearing Ithe application of William F. Whittle and William Casper Whittle forth» issuance to them of Letters Testamentary thereon. witness my hand and the seal of said court this ISth day of November 1905; Thom at E. Harper. Probate Judge and Ex-Officio Clerk DESERT LAND—Final Proof. Notice for PaDiKaiioi. Department of tho Imerlor, Land Ornes at Riiut, Idaho, i O ct. 30, 11*>V Notice Is hf -.'by given that Sam ta! L, Land of Rock Creva hialu, has filed melee of In tention to claim No. 848. for tho SW-4, 8W-4 Sec 13 NVV-4 NW-4. Sec, 24 T. 12 S K 19 E., before John K. Hanson V. S. Commissioner at hU office at Kja-k Creek, Idaho, tho 23rd day of December > ..he proof on his lesert-land He names the following witnesses to prove the complete Irrigation and reclamation of said land: Christen Jenson of Rock Creek Idaho. John E Stelnuw, James E. Bower, Charles O. Workman of Dry Creek, Idaho N. J. Sharp. Register. First I'ub Novlfl f Notice for Publication. United States Lund Office, i Halley, Idaho, Oct. 19, 1905 f Notice Is hereby glv r, that the following - named settler has filed notice of his lnten lake final proof In support of IiIk claim and that said pneif will he made be foi-e Jo2eph \ II .ight. Clerk of the District Court. *1 Albion. Idaho, on Dec. 24th.'1105 viz: JAMES O. MCBRIDE, H. K. No. 1891 for r. EH, NWq, Sec. 2ti, Tp. 12. S. Range 23 K., B M. ames He- following witnesses to prove hiscontinuous residence upon aiidcultlvatlnii of said 11, rd viz: Hugh M Moon. Alexander * John J. .McBride of Oukley, Idaho, i:!on to t lie \\ S i N. J. Shari-, Register. N-2-fit SJAl j Promptly obtained orno fea. Writefor and help inventors to success. * ™ 8cnd model, photo or sketch, end EXPORT OM PAT SNTABILITŸ. 20years' practice. Begte teTe< } J ** rm - wrtt* pr come to a» O.I 605-507, 7th SI., W.loHIKQTON. 0. C. u ire send » Ï» F tULVKKHoN. Uiihlvr HECTOR C. UA1GHT. Vlce-Pmildeol, j [ ADA M PATTKBSON. I'rwildrtjt, The Oakiey State Bank Tran tact a General Banking Butinrtt HV Solid* your patronage Built! up your To ich by »supporting Home Imtitut imit Savingt Deponits received We pay interest on Time Deposit Banking I/ours from 10:00 a m to 3:00 p. in. Palace Meat Market K. TINSLEY, Manager Carry Choice Lice of Fresh and Cured Meats, Fresh Lard aux! Bologna Flour and Feed in Connection OAKLEY. IDAHO Main Street J. J. HANNBERG, M. D. Drugs and Medicines Druggists' Sundries, Stationery. Cigars and Tobaccos Soda Fountain always in opera (ion r --y 5 m s>. p. THOMAS mmmi co. DEALERS IN Furniture, Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper and Pictures. Stoves, Steel Ranges, Pianos, Organs, Undertaking Goods, Lu m b er and Shingles. Just received anew line of Folding Beds, Iron Bed, large assortment of Ranges, Stoves and Heaters. Anything you want in the Furnitur -■ line at Bedrock Prices. Call and See Us. Our Prices are Right. OAKLEY,IDAHO M ain Street ie^ooooooooooc'oo'^oooo' 'A Square Deal' Is what we offer every Customer buy ing our Goods: Because our line is the most complete on the market. Because the quality of every single article that enters into our store is the best that money can buy. Because we furnish our goods to the greater advantage to our costumers, and we positively cannot be dup licated by any other House in town. And because we chose to furnish proof of this clai m we extend an open invitation to all people to call at the OAKLEY CO-OP \ and examine goods, and get prices before purchasing ' elsewhere. ) H. C. HAIGHT, Superintendent f$co pie's lln i o n. Sta :U l>i Limited. Special Weekly Sales One Lot Children cloth Coats sizes 4 to 10 yr 3 i Si to$2-5C Eiderdown 1 to 4 years *25 to $2 20 • •50 to 75 cts $6 00 to $0 00 I 4 ' ' Misses Capes Ladies " rf> pairs men's pants - good quality , One Lot Children's wool underwear 24-32 .45 cent . $2 00 fleeced lined vests 2 to 6 .... 20 cents Ladies fleeced lined union suits .75 " " wool ribbed " l* il 05 W inter Dress Goods 25 per cent off French Lace Collar 15 per rent off Ladies II i nter liais at one-half price• Peopled Umiok - W m . T JACK, Manage BOSTON STORE W • L E \ IN, Proprietor Hides. HIDES and hidcc. Will pay the highest cash price for Dirge beef hides frum $3 00 to $4 00 green hides, each. Yearlings to two years old from Si 50 to 82 50 Mutton pelts from 50 rents to *1 00, pelts %7.2h to 81 50. extra large OKLEY, t * Î IDAHO X>0000c^3000»000000000000<'