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The Oakley eagle. (Oakley, Idaho) 1901-1908, December 13, 1906, Image 4

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Pete.
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■ing on his new
,tal work. Back
Pbn Brigham City
Saylor gave birth
baby boy. Mother
U nicely.
Of Art China. Just
resents at Mrs.
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1 Harper, Jr. and
rett both of Albion
he Salt Lake Tein
Ir Craner writes us
located at Fort Dodge,
f: 308. He promises
[rs a letter soon.
I of Albion led Miss
I the same place to
lir yesterday.
U rtormtd in the Salt
Vi advertise our
1 1 weeks home
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Ik Paper Ball.
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I Kaper dress ball was a
Success, artistically and
rdly. The Nelson hall was
to its utmost capacity and
-tuen some. The. local girls, hi
lf, uding not only those ot Oakley
but of near by settlements, vied
with each other in presenting
the neatest apparej. and their
efforts in this direction reflected
great credit upon their taste and
ski'l. Miss Jessie Smith was
awarded first piize on costume
and Mrs. Julia Curtis second;
Among the particularly beauti
ful costumes, were those worn
by Emma Worthington, Miss
Emma Edison, Mrs. John Cau-|
field, Miss Lulu* Bates, Miss
Annie Millard, Miss Lida Bates,
Mrs. B. P. Howells, Miss Marie
McBiide, Miss Ida Loveland,
Louise Nielson, Tina Jack, Clar
issa Smith, Lera Millard, Miss
Julia Smith, Mrs.Irene Cook and
many others.
There was an interesting
waltzing contest in which the
pr'zes were given to Parker
Richards and Pearl Adams and
Lee Crauer and Bertha Craner.
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Marion Notes.
Everybody has been enjoying them
selves sleighing up until the last few
days. The weather has now moder
ated und mud wading is the pass
time.
Bp. A. G. Smith made a business
trip to Kimberly and vicinity Satur
day, looking after the interests of his
flock.
Sheep Inspector H. E. Pickett is
ou on the east side inspecting sheep.
John Alexander is in a very criti
cal condition, it is to be hoped that
he may recover and soon be with us
again.
Those who attended the perform
ance given oy the C. S. A.students
report one of the most enjoyable
treats for mauy days. We hope they
will select a better night aud re
peat.
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Mr. Daniel R. McLaws has taken
his sweetheart and hied away for
Salt Lake City. For some time he
has worn a broad smile but he surely
surpiised us in leaving so s, on, how
! ever, we wish for them both a long
! mà ha PP. v voyage ou life's great sea.
Mr. Win. McEwen of Kimbi-rly
' I has been visiting us quite regular for
honi( . time, just wait and we'll report
j « hat for.
. Rumor has it that one or two of
Ctur young ladies are thinking ser
Ausly of joining the 3rd ward, we
Vt.e to see our girls leave but if they
■fnust may success am pleasure ful
Liw them.
way last week, i
Supt. I,owe was over last week
school.
Stella Grant who is attending:
Bit L'>gan • repiM ;s
^B:i:i .1 cut: .1 X|
■pox.
B'SdU, of B i"h V
up tllis
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Select Party.
die season will be given
HL' the I'uuno I.
Fourni
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inies
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fully decorated
de to all cl
) rOrners
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cures and is pleasant to take.
Sold by Oakley
ways
Children like it
! Pbarmacv.
Hobday Excursion Kates.
AH points on the O. S. L. anJ U.
P. Rys. tvw>cents per mile ip each
direction. All points on tne S. P. L.
A. & S. L and Sun Pete Valley Rvs.
one fare for the round trip. All
points on the S. P, Ry. one and one
third fare for the round trip. Rates
to any point on the above mentioned
roads within 300 miles from helling
point. Date of sale Dec 20, 21, 24,
25,31 and Jan. 1st, limited to con
tinuous passage in each direction.
Return limit Jan.,<th. A. L.Gale,
Agent.
CMiSUMS GS0ÖS.
The Burley Hardware Co. has re
ceived one of the finest and largest
consignments of Christinas Goods
ever shown in Burley, consisting of
Dolls of all kinds,fancy hand-painted
Chinese, Japanese and Austrian
China, Glassware, Silverware and
fancy Cutlery, and a complete line of
Christmas Goods of all kinds. Prices
to suit to times. Call in and inspect
goods.
Croup.
Not à minute should be lost wben
a child shows symptoms of croup.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given
as soon as the child becomes hoarse,
or even after the erflupy v-ough ap
pears, will prevent the attack.« It
never fails, and is pleasant and safe
to take. For sale bv the Oakley
Pharmacy.
Young Ladies Attention!
All the local officers of the Y. L.
M. 1. A. are requested to meet at my
place on Monday next (December)
17 at 4 p.m, Business of importance
is to be transacted.
M. A. Thomas, President..
ReMef Society Conference.
The Stake Relief Society eonfer
e ice will convene in the Fourth ward
meetinghouse on Friday, December
21 at IÖ a. m.
Louisa T-Iaight,
President.
Creditors Notice.
ESTATE OF JOHN DAHLQUJST, DE
CEASED. . , .
Not. • is hereby jriyeti, that letters of ad
minl t ration on the eat fete of Jo ha Dahlquist
daoensed. were granted to the andertigned
on the 18th day of Oct I'-KXl. '»y the Probate
Court of <'ussla county. All parsonshaving
Claim.'« against said estate are required to
exhibit tin ru to me for allowance at my
residence at Oakley. Id aim. within six
months afrer the date of tills notice, or they
shall he forever barred.
This 18th day (ft October. W*.
B. P. Howells. l bA . pAHLQtnsT,
Administrator.
Atturner.
No lice for Publication.
Unl ^®ey!TdaA' n l No , w 21, Wo« I
: a 1 « h«rebv'lflv*'i that Joseph W.Wells
n Idaho,has f>'.l notire ofhts lntee
, mukr Heal fi r - proof In suoportof
jm vlï-Horori'-nd Ent ry No.StlW made
4 1908. »' the SE 4 SE-4, Sec.:«.
Lr si tv 13 S. R. 21 E and lot 3.
Uon S townsh» U S„ range 33 E. B. M.
„ I v ..id ofonf will he made before
i i, u,'.|giit Clerk District Court at his
Hce'at AlhlorU htho, on January 34. 1907.
imnam^thaFol lowing witnesses to prove
nis continuons Vvsidencc upon, and cultiva
V,?„ .V ,hc laSfl. vl/.: Adam S. Sagers, Jesse
Stevensom rfenns F Dayley. Jr., P. l>.
Day ley, J*l' lt: 'sin, Idaho.
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N. J. Shaiip,
Register.
B. P. HOWELLS
Attorney at Law
OAKLEY, IDAHO
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1 ArthurH Dorhyshlre,
DERBYSHIRE & DUNN,
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Ernest. M, Dunn

Attorneys and
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Counsellors at Law.
Offices .-ALBION and OAKLEY,
IDAHO.
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DR. J. O. LOWE,
DENTIST
B«%„Offie 0 over Idaho Drug Store
formerly
Cut Rate Pharmacy.
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Dr IV. E. Aaron
E NT 1ST,
Office over Oakley Pharmauy.
Office Hours: 9 to IS a. m.: 2 to ftp, m.
Thanksgiving Slaughtey
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UK stock of clothing must be sold to ™ a . ' 1 « fs ( , U A w jil
goods — M-n'n A Bov's Overcoats, '..y' s 'f'OU CA"' :
be sold t*t £0 per wot discount until Dec. * s '■
# Men's, Boy's Ladies, Misses
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Underwear at Job Prices
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be thankful and vnu cannot be
Wea v ein the market to do
Our friends will find
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We want vou all to
thankful if you are cold.
business in all lines of goods. ,
that the People's Union- wul not be undersold by
anybody. We buv our woods as cheap as ai.\ o 11
merchant in the valley and discount all our bills.
Our line of Ho'idav Goods will be opened up during
the first week in Deo mber and will be sold right out
to make room for winter woods. Sold at Bargains.
Remember the discount on clothing.
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S. F. HALVERSON
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ADAM PATTERSON,
President,
HECTOR C. HAIGHT,
Vice-President,
The Oakley State Bank
General Banking Business.
IK, Solicit your patronage.
I nild ifft your Tgwn by supporting Home Institutions.
livings Deposits received
We pay interest on Time Deposit
Bank 'n g Hours f rom 10:00 . in. to 3:00 p.
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Sash, Doors, Building Material
and Builders' Hardware
Joseph Sessions, Local Manager.
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But when you want to make vour wife happy, take her dmvn to
D. P. Thomas' Furniture Store, and let her pick out an elegant
sideboard, or one of those rockers, or a new carpet, doll carnage,
firoclnng horse, dresser, chair, picture, mirror, s'-'igh, etc., etc,,
The Best Place in Town
2in fact anything in our line.
to GET CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Everything you get at our
store is DURABLE. Remember the place.
illie R. P. THOMAS FURNITURE CO I
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Cheap Sale On
Christmas Goods
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Toys, Dress Goods,Ladies' Waists and Skirts
Everything Is Mac cf Men's PirnEshMp
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Cash paid for Hides and Pelts, extra good prices
when brought to store.
BOSTON STORE
K
W. LEVIN
Proprietor
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Oakley Co
IT IS A FACT!
That the Oakley Co-op
taken the lead of all the mercantile institu
tions, in the county. In prices aud quality
of Goods, etc. TL
WE CARBY A FUI IM OF
Dress Goods, Dry Goods. Notions, Hardware, Chiri
Crockery, Wall-Paper, Carpets, Groceries, Produce, Cu*
tains, I,inoleum, Buggy-Whips and Harness. Our line (
BOOTS AND SHOES IS COMPANY
Also men's Furni^Jtiing Goods, Boys Suits and Waists, et
Examine Our Prices Before Buyilg Elsewhere.
HECTOR C. HAIGHT/ Supf.
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physicia^and surged:
>ffioe over Cut K<ît<' Pharmacy.
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OAKtF.V IDAHO.
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office Hour«- loi.œ-t

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