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PUBLISHED WEEKLY. men the and the An' Uv An' An' An' I Uv An' * An, = John Lamb, . Editor arvd Publisher. FRIDAY, MAY 10,1901. Pay-day to day in De Lamar. Whose going down? The largest room in the world,—the room for improvement. Need a pair shes? Look over Britt's ad. Usual corner. A Detroit man was annoyed by peo ple walking on his grass; so he put up a sign, "Take the Sidewalk." A few mornings later the sidewalk, which was of boards had disappeared; and scrawled across the face of the sign was the word "Thanks." And when sweet peace was about to wrap Cassius and Bones in her haven of tranquility whiz, bang, came au arm ful of rocks through the window which caused Cassius to exclaim, "Get under Cover, bones, then^d-m Mollis Maguires are at their old tricks again!" Geerge Turpin came in from Baker and Boise last Sunday afternoon look ing as brown as a nut. He roports the towns on the Short Line in a flour ishing condition and says the indica tions are decidedly favorable for a prosperous year throughout the terri tory he traversed. Constable Mangold was up bright and early last Monday morning look lug for a couple of drummers who have been prospecting in Silver the past few dyas. Upon inquiry Nugget was in formed that the gentlemen had taken up two claims that for some time past have been jumpable and upon their re turn to Silver would commence active operations, they having departed Mou ing for Salt Lake to purchase supplies. In speaklug of May, the Denver News goes at her in this manner: "May, may you be a good girl ; may you have a sunny dispo ition; may you wreathe yourself in garlands of flowers; may you not have a stormy temper; and may you not be given to weeping on any and all occasions. Keep your coun tenance serene and oioudless, May, If tenance serene and oioudless, May, If you want us to love you. you have a thing to do with the weather mau. He is a base deoeiver. The number of excursionists start ing for the Pacific ooast during April exceeded all previous records. Busy as the people are in all the industries in the East, It is still being brought home that there are many congested districts there and that there is a vast empire beyond the Rockies which in vites them to newer and brighter fields, ofTering them a climate unsur passed, the most fruitful lands and plenty of room. The people are com ing; they are investigating; they are making up their minds to remain; aud withal they are discovering that in all this great Inland empire so prolific in resources there Is no section of it com parable with the Gem of the Moun tains. It will be nine years before the next census oomes around. At the last one Idaho carried away the banner for percentage of increase. How will she loom up next time? For the benefit of the pessimists who fear that Owyhee mines will some time cease to pay, we copy the following from the Denver Mining Reporter: "In Gilpin county, Colorado, there is no industry but mining. The oouuty measures about twenty miles in one direction, and eight to ten in the other. It is a mass of bare and rugged hil s parted from each other only by nar row creeks and ravines. If you need u level place to sit down on, you have to make one. If the whole county were offered to the poorest or r"chest man •in the world as a gift, but with a pro viso that no miniug must be done, it would be declined at once. Aside from its output of gold— with a little silver oopper and lead added—it is perhaps the most utterly worthless piece of land on the continent. Yet it has a population of abont 5,000, a railroad, a complete water, sewer, telephone and electric light system; three banks and churches, hospitals and other similar institutions to burn. More than all this the county is not only out of debt, but has $10,00 cash on hand Does gold mining as an Industry pay? This looks very much like it, and lest any one should imagine that the region is simply on a boom at present we will add that it was discovered about forty three years ago, and has ever sinoe been engaged exclusively, eutirely, solely and only in the busluess of gold mining. It will be similarly employed a thousand years from now. And don't ) ft LET'S GO FISHING! The fishing season is on so honest men may catch fish. Rogues and poachers have already been at it. For the benefit of those who are extremly unlucky, we commend the appended verses taken from an Eastern paper and trust they will find lodgement iu the hearts of all lovers of this sport. Suppose the fish don't bite at fust, What be yew goiu' to dew? Chuok up yewr pole, throw out yewr bait, An' say yewr fishin's threw? Uv course yew haiu't, yewr goiu' to fish An' fish au' fish an' wait Until yew've hooked yewr little fish An' used up all yewr bait. Suppose yewr luck goes back on yew, What be yew goin' to dew? Throw up the sponge and kick yewr self, An' go tur feelin - blue? I Uv oourse yewr hain't, yewr goin' to try, An' try an' try again; * Bimeby success will bite yewr hook, An, yewr bouud to win. a on If If you want the best, ask for Grete's beer. Those two-bit meals at the White Restaurant can't be beat. That a woman may be a (d)evil, hut she oomes under the head of necessary evils. A large stook of new and elegant wall-paper just received at Nettleton's Furniture Store. I am on my tt/ay to J. "D. "Rodriguez, S3 BOOT AND SHOE maker. Where I am told one can get an elegant Boot or Shoe made to order and a good fit. De Lamar people leave you shoes at For ey's Stage office. SILVER. CITY, - IDAHO I Otoyhee § "Brekvery Product a Pleasant, ^ Wholesome Tonic, 'IjW Made from Hops | ^ and Barley. Purity *1 M Guaranteed. The Trade Supplied Barrel or Bottled GoodB. 3 1 1 1 I ! I I I m m I a I I . I Patronize a I Home Industry ^ « I by calling for Grete's Beer. m m I ft Fresh Bread Daily at Mra. Valverde'». Y. F. NETTLETON, DEALERS IN F\irniture» Carpets» Wall Pamper, Window Glass» Iron Beds, Wooden Beds, Cots Pil lows, Cribs, Springs, Mattresses, Bed Room Sets, Parlor Tables, Sewing Tab les, Kitchen Tables,Kitchen Cupboards, Kitchen Cabinets, Lounges, Couches, Book Cases, Kitchen Chairs, Rockers of all kinds, Oifloe Chairs, Linoleum, Samples of Axminster, Moquet, Vel vet, Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets, Curtain Poles and Trimmings, Picture r d '&" d wS""s*S. a US:|Tl... I Seats, Etc., Etc. Oliver's Soda. ai\d Ice Cream Parlors. One door east of Idaho Hotel. I F res/» FrultS, Nuts and Confections. Soda, and Mineral Water Bottling Works. The Trade Supplied. Ice for pale. Goto the War Eagle Sunday and set the tables laden with good thing Man ager Brumbaugh serves to his guests and the general public. If you want a good, fresh, light loaf of bread,Mrs. Valverde has it for you at the Royal Hotel. Leave your soiled linen at Maruny & Petitt's barber shop and it wili be sent to the Boise Steam Laundry|every Sun day morning and returned the follow ing Saturday nicely laundried. Notice of Forfeiture. Silver City, Idaho. Feb. 8,1901. To F. W. Wegner, his heirs or assigns : You are hereby notified that I have expended of One Hundred Dollars in above im provements upon the Ilidpt n Treasure Mining claim, In Carson Mining District, County of Owyhe p , Rfteof Idaho, as will appear by affl dnvit filed with the County Recorder, In order • o hole the said claim in accordance with the provisions of Section 2824, Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount reqnlred tc hold said claim for the year 1900. If within ninety days from the service of this notice upon you (or withih ninety days alter this notice by publication, you f*il or refuse to contribute your portion of such ex penditure as co-owner, your Interest in the said claim will become the property of the subscriber, and^r said 8eetlon 2324. HERMANN MUNTEK. First, publication February 8,1901. i^ast publication May 3,1901. the Notice. Those who have not complied with the order of the Board of Health with reference to cleaning their premises, must do so at once, or they will be summarily dealt with. Attention is especially directed to Rule III, which rends, as follows: "All privies and out-houses now erected iu any town in Owyhee county, without suitable sewerage, are hereby It shall be the duty of the owners thereof within days after the first publication of these rules to dig suitable vaults, not less than four feet in depth, to make prop er sewerage connection, or provide such other sanitary method as will ren der such privies inofeusive to the smell. All privies hereafter erected in any of said towns, must conform to W. R. Hamilton, Chairman Board of Health. deolared nuisances. ^ ^ M this rule." Beware of a Cough. A cough is not a disease but a symp tom Consumption and bronchitis, whioh are the most dangerous and fatal diseases, have for their first indication persistent congh, and if properly treated as soon as this oougb appears Chamberlain's a cured. Cough Remedy has proven wonderfully successful, aud gained its wide reputa tion aud exteufive sale by its suocess curing the diseases which cause oough ing. If it is not beneficial, it will not oost you a cent. For sale by all drug gistf. easily are "It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," says Druggist A. W. Sawtelle. of Hartford, Conn. "A lady custymer, seeing the remedy ex posed for sale on my show case, said to 1 really believed that medicine me; saved my life the past summer while at the sore' and she became so enthusias tic over Its merits that I at once made mind to recommend it in the up my future. Recently a gentleman came into my store so overcome with oolio pains that he sank at onoe to the floor. I gave him a dose of this remedy whioh helped him. I repeated the dose and in fifteen minutse he left my store smilingly informing me that he felt as well as ever." Sold by all druggists. Pil US:|Tl... liniment a <o, «U. b, HI ta». I gists. Miss Florence Newman,who bas been a great sufferer from muscular rheu matism, says Chamberlain's Pain Balm is the only remedy that affords her relief. Miss Newman is a much re spected resident of the village of Gray, N. Y., end makes this statement for the benefit of others similarly afflicted. 'H. S. BRITT «ICO A Hotel are your Shoes! Ladies, don't forget that although we have already sold nearly half of that large lot of Fine Shoes recently received, the lints are not yet broken and you can get any size in any kind. Fit yourself while the sizes are still in stock. We are never too busy to show them. & || H. S. BRITT <U II CO FRED GRETE JR-. Undertaker and Emb&lmer. Keeps on hand a full stock of Burial Cases, Linings, Trim-minis. Burial Robes, Etc. Idaho. Silver City, COVNTY OFFICIALS. commissioners: First Idstriot—August Grete, Second District—Charles Forney. Third District—Thomas Penrose. Clerk of District Court—E. L. Ballard, Sheriff—Michael Rock. Assessor—Jerey 8hea. Treasurer—John C. Connors. Probate Judge—Geo. H. Handy . Supt. of Kduca ion— F . 8. Heer . LEGISLATURE. Senator—Nelson D. Fox. n . i Arthur Pence. Representatives \ Frfcd H i> av i 8 . 8ÎLVER CITY PRECINCT. .justice of the pence—Frank St. Clair. Constable—Anton Mangold. DELAMAR PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace— Heur) W. Warren. Constable—JamesW. Pascoe. C. O. <H I. COMPANY. NAMPA, SILVER CITY, DEL* MAP.. ..... 9:00 a. m. 8:00 p. m. .8:00 p. m. Leaves Murphy. Arrives DeLamar. • Stiver City. I .eaves DeLamar.. " Silver City. Arrives Murphy.....'. 6:8»a. m. . ... 6:30 ». m. .12:00 m. Joseph French, Agent DELAMAR. AND SILVER. CITY STAGE DELAMAR AND SILVER CITY. Leave« DeLamar... Arrive« HIlver City Leave« 8llver City Arrives DeLamar.. CHARLES FORNEY, Proprietor. 9:30 a. in. 10:89 a. in. 2:30 p. m. 8:80 p. m. SOCIETY CARDS. A. to M — moon C YRUS CHAPTER NO. 2, R. A. Meet very Saturday after full Sojourning companions cordially invited to attend. Jos. H. Hutchinson, M. B. H. P. R. H. Leonard, Jr. Secretary. S ILVER CITY LODGE NO. IS, A. F. 4 A. M.—Meets Saturday evening on or be fore full moon. Sojourning brethren are cor dially Invited to attend. R. H, Leonard, Jr. W.M. 8. Harris, Secretary. at as K nights of pythias, delamar lodge, No 29. Meetings Friday evenings at 7:80 p. m. in Castle *H. w _ rœests, C. C. J. P. Langpord, K. of R. and B. D K LAMAR LODGE, No. 47, I. O. O. ». Meets every Thursday evening. Visit ing brothers always welcome. W a br e K n . q . Ja*. H. Rodda, Secretary. re U LLA REBEKAHLODGB.NO 81, meets the second and tourth Wednesday In each month at Odd Fellow*» Hall. Visiting member« In good standing cordially invi ted. Mrs. S. F. Crosson Secretary. Lily Rickard, N. G. D elamar miners* union, western Federation of Miners. Meet every Mon day night. A. Warren, Fin. Sec. Ed. Yakker, Pres First-Class Tailoring. Latest Samples and tatest Styles, Ladies and Children's Cloaks, Capes aud Tailor-Made Suits. Your fit guaranteed and satisfaction given. See Samples and Prices at Baker's Tailor Shop. CENTERVILLE, SALOOU Barkle itrotliers Prop's. Beer and Music Hall. DE LAMAR, IDAHO. The largest ate best arranged plane in the camp FINE MILW \UKEE BEER ALWA vt ON TAP. Fine stock of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Soft dr.i hs. etc Magu/.i f. Papers. We will ordei . magazine, paper or other periodic, you may want, at list price, thus sc g you the price of money order, p . e. etc. When in need of any tin i u this line, leave your orders at th office. 50 YEAR8* EXPERIENCE Patents Designs Copyrights Ac. ■ Anyone nena.'ng a sketch and description may quickly usoortnln our opinion free whether an Invention is probr bly patentable. Communica tions st rictly confidential. Handbook on Patenta Oldest agency for securing patents. through Munn & Co. receive sent free. Patents taken special notice, w It bout c harg e. 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