THE OAKLEY EAGLE
OAKLEY, CASSIA COUNTY, IDAHO, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1906.
Rejoicing in Obion.
The Latter Day Saints in Al
bion are rejoicing over the com
pletion and dedication of their 1
new meeting house. This was'
begun about eight months ago
and was dedicated as a perman- '
ert home for the worshippers on
Sunday last by Pres. Wm. T. i
jack "it is a brick structure j
24x48 feet with a nice vestibule
the east and pulpit stand o?jp
the west. It was built by ton
tract bv Imperial Sash and Door "
Company at a cost of $2071.52,
The cost has been met by volun- i j
tarv contributions, the sum con- !
tributed aggregating $2075.48
leaving a balance of $3.96 in
treasury. An interesting fact in !
this connection is that people I
outside of the church in Albion
have contributed one-fifth of the
cost of the structure.
The people seem to appreciate
very highly their new church
home and their dedicating ser
vices on Sunday last were of a
most interesting and satisfactory
After.the opening of the ser
vice Elder Jos. Y. Haight render
ed the very satisfactory report
of the financial committee, who
had in charge theconstruction of
Harper then made a short
dress commending the people on
their generiosity and their good
will, after which the dedicatory
prayer was offered by Pres.
The choir and congregation
then sang, "Come Let Us Anew,
Addresses were then made by
Patriarch W. F. Brim, who lived |
in Albion for more than20years,
and President W. T, Harper who
was bishop of the Albion Ward
for many years.
turn was pronounced by High
Councilor L. W. Robbins who
was present from Burley.
A very enjoyable evening ses
sion was held, also, at which
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timely and interesting addresses
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were made bv Bp. Harper, Elder'
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Thos. C. Loveland, bister W. F .
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Brim and Pres, W. T. Jack.
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We congratulate the people of;,.,
Albion on the completion of their I
new House of Worship and hope
they may enjov the richest bless
ings of God in their worshipping
To-morrow witnesses tir—
closing of the years work at the
The boned ic
Cassia Stake Academy,
many points of view, the 3 - ear
has been a very successful one.
It has witnessed the introduc
tain and completion of higher
grade of work than has been of
fered heretofore, the successful
installation of a manual training
department, a music department
and a sewing department. The
introduction of these branches
and the very satisfactory results
give the school an impetus to
rapid growth, and will secure
stability of character that it
has heretofore unknown.
It is the aim, we under
it the heartiest possible support,
In the character of work offered,
The enrollment for the year is
130. Of these more than one
half have been doing high school
stand to make the school purely
academic in character and to
discourage.*if not to entirely
eliminate preparatory ■ work.
This is exactly wdmt should be
done. Another year should not
roll around without witnessing
enrollment of 200 pupils in the
high school department.
The fathers and mothers must
see the advantages offered by
our local school, and must give
we are not sure that it can be
duplicated. With experienced
a,u * competent teachers in
charge and with home in
Horaces surrounding thtm,
there is every opportunily for
our ho 3' s and £ ir,s to develop in
to apt pupils and to lay
a substantial ground
work for fulure operations of
lösefuluess. We sincerely hope
at ali the good people of tins
.Itstake will learn to appreciate
" what a good school really means
to our country and our children,
j an ^ w 'h be as loyal as people of
«other localities are, to their in
stitions of learn ing. A first class
public school, a high school or
academy becomes the pride of
tvei Y progressive citizen and is
indeed ont of the ear marks by
which a country is judged.
In the settlement of the rich
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ot Ida.no, in relation to fixing of
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.the salaries of the vanouscounty
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.officers for the term commencing
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on the second Monday in Jan
itary next after said meeting
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K'"' ral cxce P t,,, S ,luit
Lot the prosecuting attorney, was
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taken tip and considered and said
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Isalaries were set as follows:
j Auditor and recorder, clerk of
I superintendent, $700; coroner,
I $60; county surveyor, $200.
new lands adjoining us, the para
amount question of the best
setters is "Where can we secure
educational advatages for our
Ii they can obtain
them at, their very doors, where
he boys and girls can remain to
a certain extent under parent
al jurisdiction we may rest as
sured that they will not send
them oft'to distant points.
There is every reason whv our
academy should be one of the
best in the land. There is
opportunity to establish here a
school that will prove a great
boon and a blessing to our .com
munities. We believe that these
things will be realized and that
the propitious closing of the
academy to day is but an
jimlex of a far more prosperous
The following is taken from
jtlie minutes of the county com
Smissioner sitting of 20 ult:—
, In compliance with the
iquiremerits of Section 1764 of
•the Political Code of the State
court, $1,300; assessor and col
lector, $1,700; probate judge,
$700; treasurer, $700; school
This week witnesses the com
pletion of two neat businesss
houses in Oakley which in a way
are models of their kind. They
are convenient, suited to con
i ditions and up-to-date. We refer
i to the jewelry store of R. I. Mills
j and the general merchandise
store of Nelson and Worthing
ton, Mr Mills is already oc
cupying his, and the other
parties will locate their stock of
goods about may 15. In the
latter store we note very fancy
and convertible shelving, very
dainty couuters with heavy
j plate glass tops; and also sky
lights in the rear of the building
which make it quite as light and
pleasant as the front. These
Mr. Worthington facetiously
observes were his own imposi
tion," These and other im
provements that are going on
about u^, look gaod to uS for
they bespeak a larger, a more
< prosperous and a better Oakley,
Prof. Davidson Gives an Inter- 1
How An Isrlhquak Feels
Professor George Davidson of
the University of California,
formerly connected with the
United States Geodetic survey,
says of the recent earthquake.
"The earthquake came from
the north to south and the
only description I am able to
give of its effect to me is that it
seamed like a terrier shaking a
rat. I was in bed, but was
awakened at the first shock. I
began to count the seconds as I
went toward the table where my
watch was, being able through
much practice to closely approx
imate the time in that manner,
The shock came at 5:12 o'clock.
The first 60 seconds were the
most severe. From that time on
it decreased gradually for about
30 seconds. There was then the
slightest perceptible lull then the
shock continued for 60 seconds
longer, being slighter in degree
in this minute and a half. There
were two very slight shocks
which I did not record at 5:17
and 5:27. At 6:05 p. m. there!
was a sharp shock of several
"Regarding the cause 1 main
tain, as I always have, that it is
the earth cooling on the inside.
The cooling brings about con
traction which is bound to cre
ate a readjustment of the earth's
"1 have heard talk of the erup
of Vesuvius having connection
with this disaster, but that is
rank nonsense. My seismograph
was twisted out of shape by the
shock so that I have no record
"As to tellin
will be a repetition of the earth
quake I can no more predict that,
than I could have predicted the
one of todayo
The following exercises will be
rendered at the Academy to-mor
row at 1 p. m, All are invited.
Chorus—'P'or the Strength of the
Chorus—'0 Ye Mountains High.'
Pa pe r—Ed neat ion— 1 A C h a rac
ter Builder—Viola Hale.
Duet—Pearl and Ethel Critch
- Miss Edna Lewis,
Pres. W. T. Harper
Miss Jessie Dummer
- Miss Clara Tuttle
Loren J. Robinson, jr.
Paper—" Perse verenee"— Miss
Organ Solo—Miss Annie Millard
Music—Pearl MeMurray and
Maggie Guy mon
Recitation—Miss Maud Thomas
Address and Conferring of Certi
ficates—Pres. \V, T. Jack.
Miss Sarah Bates
The Brass Band.
It will be demonstrated beyond
a doubt on Saturday evening
can have a No. I Brass Band if
they want it. We have the in
instruments, and the talent to
blow them. All that is needed is
a little encouragment. Let us
•see to it that a very great deal
of encouragement is mustered,
that we may have an organiza
tion here that will be second to
none in the state, apropas the
advantage of a town having a
(band we copy the following
from a valued exchange.
A band serves to keep the peo
pie of a town or village more
closely united and yet interested
in the affairs outside and it tends
to make them more liberal mind
ed and considerate af others; at
the same time it develops their
independence and self-reliance
It is said that music is not only
a great civilizer, but that is good
and grand m man and frees him
from the thraldom of selfishness.
If it never accomplished any
thing else this would be a high
recommendation to its cultiva
Briefly stated a band help a
town or village.
First—In bringing people to
the place and keeping them.
Second—In making the inhabi
tants more patriotic, loyal and
Third—In teaching the children
to love their parents, their homes
and their country.
Fourth—In assisting the mer
chants in business and prevent ing
the money going out of the
Fifth—In making the people
more happy and contented.
Sixth—In urging old and
young toward seek mg something
higher than the ordinary and
instilling in them a love for the
artistic in music as well as in
Dr. N. R. M EC HAM
Class of '05 College of Dental Surgery
University of Illinois, Chicago.
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B. P. HOWELLS
Attorney at Law
OAKLEY , IDAHO.
mm -- BURLEY
Daily Except Sunday.
Stapr« Leaves Oakley for Burley.H a.m
Arrives at Burley.
Stage Leaves Burley for Oakley
Fare one Way, SI.50
Round trip, $3.60
Fifty pounds of Baggage allowed free. Ah
In excess at r ite of £6 cents per hundred
Leave and call for all < xpre - at Oakley
Co-op. Minimum charge 26emits.
H. J. WELLS, Proprietor
Gorringe & Seed
Dealers in and
Harness and Saddles Gloves.
Whips, Sours, Etc.
Cal! and see our Stock before
OAKLEY, ID Alio
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Ar.Yonp «ending c. sitel-h nnd deoerintlon mat
alcirlv A8<*ertnln our opinion fr«e whether ah
invention 1« probably pntentablo. <
timia atric-fly eoufldenthJ. HANDBOOK
: tnt S roe. oldest apon.7 f<
Ihtteura taken through
tj>r- uil notice, will out cb .'•ge, la the
r seaurizhr puteuts.
Mutin &. Co. recelTS
A >nnd» 0 Trielf lllustrAtrd wcekiy. I irgest eir
ciilatitm of any scientific tournai. Term*. $3 a
v fir : four months, $L Sold by all newet.ealers.
auch OT.ce. <126 F SL. Waeblueto». D.C.
JOHN N. PRICE
-[IIC A I.E It IN
Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Hardware, Notions, Etc
Prices the Lowest, Goods the Highest Quality
Corner Main Street and Blaine Avenue. § § OAKLEY, IDAHO
J. J, MILLARD,
It, K, BARR
MilURO AND DARR
Houses at Oakley and Burley.
Have just received a carload of Plows, Har
rows, Drills, Flow Repairs.
DEALERS IN Bain and Cooper Wagons, Harness, Buggies
Main St.. Oakley.
Oakley Avenue, Burlev
We will be
Prepared to make you a Stylish Hat for
New Goods Coming to be made up in the
Mrs. C. C. Nelson,
Nibley Oiannel Lumber Co.. Ltd.
Sash, Doors, Building Material and
Joseph Sessions. Loo:! M.i,
Ernest M, Dunn, ♦ I. W. S. EMERSON, M. 1)
DERBYSHIRE & DUNN
PHYSICIAN AND SfKGKON
liver <'ilkley Pharmacy,
Counsellors at Law.
Offices :—A LB ION und OA KLEY,
o a If r, e y ,
I DA II O
A. F. O. NIELSON, M. 1 ).
R. T. OLSEE
Courteous attention, prompt service
Bath room in connection
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Oakley Pharmacy
Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 to fi p.m
OAKLEY I I) A H O.
OAKLEY IDAHO ;
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