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s m —Dealer In r Butter, Poultry, Eggs, Etc ; Ï Delivers by Wa.gorv in Silver Every Week. Bole Agent in Silver City and Dewey, for Nampa. Creamery Butter. Guaranteed to f>e Pull Weight, Strictly Pure „ . fr ^ ^ Hg, ,n, ,11, , .4 . j * Will Contract a for Season's Supply. iÊaho." ; a NAMPÂ, GEO. MoOLUNG, - - *, pi. •. 5 Silver City Nugget 5 wS PUBLISHED WEEKLY. I Edltor o.r\d Publisher. «lohn Lamb, 4. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1901. m i Our fall Jiues of Rubbers, Overshoes, Slickers, Maèklrttôstees. Cardigan Jack Sts, Sweaters, Gaps, Underwear Etu.. #VS Etoi,.are here aud ready for you. ^Jy Don't fail to geo your supply early 0 and "thereby avoid the rush. i You will find tli agwe h#*e as fine and gdoS assortments as ever Silver. We particularly wish to call your at tention to our lines of ladies' Misses' aud Children's Combination Suits. H. S. Britt & Co. w Î, shown in<^ ■as I I haired to present the same in due form ithm four months from the dare of the first publication of this notice. Jon.s C. OdNN'ORS. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned having been granted letters Jpf administration upon the estate of John Hall,deceased, all persons having claims against th'e Said estate are re \\ Public Aduuuisu; ft toi>,Owy.he|.U^ti4g couuty, Idaho. Silver City, Idaho, Oct. 4,1901. (H f Ai Shea, now a married mau of Jordan Valley, who when a boy, eleven per horse oarqp, KT'OtryNewCorhl) : »years ago, in a Juni Supplied the writer an With the biggest feast of juicy veqifpu steaks either of them ever got onwjtle èf, is up here on a brieffvislt. * A. The venerable A. J Vdn Wie was fouud wandering in th^i Streep near j.ie Lamar, this moruiugquite dement ed, and was brought here, where he A ill be cared for by the Masonic fra ternity, of which he is the oldest mem Lor in the couuty. k Mickey Hogan, a baggage tracer for the O. S. L-, left for the railroad this tiioruing. George Irving says that When he was a kid Mickey used to have special charge of him, and thuf Mickey of the best old rati read men one living. è, Dr. Meyer's family left tills morning to spend the wiuter iu their former Missouri home, the doctor uccdmpauy iug them to the railroad. They are pleasant people who will be missed by Society here. f Nugget jsqileased jo say that Mts. J. Vi dis' Miss LilliC Toy 'and Mr. Jrtt® Whitiie, ail oHwbotn hav.- uwuwitvui, II ill, are uli improving. I An outward show of piety and >.t:ic.titv is l.i'uilvvayfe a guarantee 'olSujffuîr, 'polrA'vdp r^Bpectabili>y. The hog is to the front again in Chicago. Four legged ones 6 °Wb£w| there this week at, $ 7 ,MO per MOI pounds. The other kind sell at any www] f y 1 Wf A minute ahead of time is better than an hour behind time. Baker .always ciioddctep his tailoring qs rtimipfimenV on that 'system, hence his increasing trade. Bai kle Brothers will treat you right. Call aud see them. Charley Rogers will give you a royal v t Uîo|nijHt ÇhV Miiit Kample Rooms. If you want the Tuest, ask for Grete's brer. » »«'« wS the ? ? m i t I City Drug Store, i i m » i L. W. Botkin. 9 Proprietors. v! i #VS ^Jy 0 ii ICGARS i u « 5c, 10c. 3 for 25 c. w Î, r '4 m 15 c. ' I I » Excellent Smokers. I Sheriff Rock returned from Lew iston, yesterday, bringing with him Dave- Sutherland, whom he ar rested §ome time since on a warrant from Nez Perce county. Suther land on the trial of a gang of horse thieves, trtrned state's'evidence and WJUJ tunlcd louse, and Rock, anticipating , this «was on hancfTO nah him on a charge of re 4U umwf. u »"*;» ty membered that Sutherland tried tb shoot Rock when he was arrested at Oreana. if Ipaipzines, Papers. || : We will order any magazine, oap*r ot4ier. periodical you may want, at list price, thus saving you the price of money order,a postage, etc. When in K 1 of anything in this line, leave rvorders »t this office It iTpTRo drUu»«._ Bkjh Boot >| and W Shoe Ï COVNTY OFFICIALS. COMMI8HIONP HK : First IMstnet—August Grete. 9econ<i District—Charles Forney. Third District—Thomas l'enrose. Oiark of District Court— E. L. Bsllard, Sheriff- »WeiUoek,. Asse'sAor—Tefey shea. I Supt.ofEiluc L Connors. BO.H. Handy. H-F.S. fleer. LEGISLATURE. ßenator— Nelson D. Fox. Representatives Arthur Pence. Fred. H. Davis. ' aiLVKB 0ÏTY PRKCIKCT. Ju 4>i r» of t RMe - F ra n K t. Clair. Constable—AhTon^lin^old. °Wb£w| DELAMAR PRECINCT. r> W. Warren. ■ r .P stub _ — _ 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Patents Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone nemGugjtsketch and description may qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether aa Invention is prohf bly patentable. Communicn tions at rlctly confidential. Handbook on Patents Oldest aaency for securing patents. turouffh Munu Sc Co. reoelvc special notice, without charge, in the sent free. Patents taken Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly. Lamest clr scientiflc journal. Terne -, $3 a year ; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN&Co*"*»— New York Branch Office. 625 F 8t.. Washington. D. C. oulation of any jp fcs H Bread, Buns, Cookies, Cakes and Pies, at Tom - I Shun 4; • . f I ** i U | "BaKßry. Silver OItt, o. Farris' Barber Shop M I A ery one knows » a* Lee Farris -j'H the City « Barber, who keeps a strictly up to /; date 'V Shop. o * all Vlrete's beer is the best. W. R. HAMILTON, M. p. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON SILVER CITY, IDAHO. Commercial - Hotel Nampa, Idaho. Antone Hinkey, Proprietor. Convenient to Depot, Accommodations First Class, Rates Reasonable. ■ Best Bar in Town. tb M. B. GWINN ' FIRE INSURANCE, || at of in Caldwell, - idahö. This Space Reserved , for Vic Wisuer, • the boss Painter, Paper Hanger and Kalsominer. ■rf FRANCISCO'S Bowing Alley and Saloon. A clean, orderly and well kept place. Witiei, Liquors, Beer and Cigars. Beer Sold l>y tlie Quart or Gallon. Bergren v. Francisco K i Proprietors. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS Denver, Coloretdo DAILY AND WEEKLY aa The GreoLt Representative News paper ot the Rocky Mountain States and Territories. All the News from All the World Illustrerions, Cartoons. Special Features. Etc. clr a Address ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. DENVER. COLORADO. When 7 *repaving for \ minier ' m '\ You should get a supply bf our Soft Fleeced til 00 1 en X/ndertvear • * <* It is just right in quality and weight for those who work outside ? or underground. 75he price is $1.75 per garment. H.S. BRITT ®C 0 I We close at noon on Sundays; 9 p. in. on Saturdays and 8 p. m. the rest of the week.] R. Attorney & Counsellor. Silver City, Office near Idaho Hotel, jy Prompt and careful attention to all Legal Business. Idaho. Gus Wohlgenvuth, UP-TO-DaTE TONSOR.IAL ARTIST HOT AND COLD BATHS Everything Neat aud Clean. Full Line of Standard Tonics. Razors put iu First-Class Order. FRED GRETE JR.. Vi\derla.ker a.nd Embalmer. !•<« Keeps r n hand a full stock of Buria .1 Causes, Lining, Trim-mii\^ 8 . « Burial Robes, Etc Idaho Silver City, I am on my Way to J. D. 'Rodriguez , BOOT n AND SHOE maker. Where I am told oue can get an elegant Boot or Shoe made to order and a good fit. De Lamar people leave you shoes at For ey's Stage office. SILVER CITY, - IDAHO cO /. 2 ■T 3 S K Sh S I •* 530 46 a . 'OiD « -s : O' J3 'S J3 / fc- o : I-I-I & iSI • s H g 73 3 » . 1 • a & 55 ■r ^ *ö oO O ■ 'S ■ a fc o CO = c ^5 SOCIETY CARDS. C YRU> CHAPTER NO. 2, K. A. M.— Mt*H very MuDirdny aller lull moon Sojourning companions cordially invited to nit end. 0 Job. H. Hutchinson, M. E. U. P. R. H. Leonard, Jr. Secretary. S ILVER PITY LODGE NO. 1$. A- F. it A. M.-—Meet.« Saturday evening on or be fore full moon. Sojourn! ng broth. e dial I y invited to S. Harris, Secretary nif cor Leonard. Jr, W. M. K nights of pythias, delà mar lodge, No. 29. Meetings Friday evenings at 7:3Q p. m. in Castle Hall. > J. P. Lanopord, K. of R. and 8. W. c. Roberta, C. C. D K LAMAR LODGE, No. h. I. O. O. F. Meets every Thursday evening. Vlffll ing brothers al •Imntf. y* . H. W. Warren, N.G. Jas. H. Roqda, Secretary. U LLA REBEKAH I onnE.NO-81, meets the second nnd fourth Wednesday in each month at Odd Fefh'w'd Hall. Visiting member« In gond standing cordially IHvl Ged. 1 Minnie O'Neill, N. O. Mhb. S. F. Crosbok Secretary. ELAMAR MINERS' UNION. WESTERN Federation ol Minera Meet every Moil D day night. Ed* fAitKER, Pres. A. Warren. Ffti.kec. 1 Oioyhee | É Tlrebvery | Product a Pleasant, Wholesome Tonic, '||W Made from Hops \U and Barley. Purity *1 M Guaranteed. The Trade Sapplied Ui Jlfg Barrel or Bottled nM i ^ M I p - tro,,i ' ! "' - I îyp Home Industry m È M callii1 « for Grete's Beer. ^| KVHLES ® STOCK ST. PAUL. - MINN. Me-nufacturers jf V Aquillas, SeaJ of Minnesota^, High Grade Cigars 'RICHA. H7) -BX/SCEBP. * <W Cocut Agent. Sold' Geo. Speigel, of Boise, 250ooo' Seal of Minnesota.