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Only 5 Cents : A Sack : Hot (POP CORN) Promptly delivered to Residents of Silver City every evening from 7 to Ô— except Sundays. Buttered Pop Corn or, Ring : Telephone : No. 26 : Leave Orders ut Nugget P. S.— I sell Fresh Roasted Peanuts, too. EARL TAYLOR The Por Cohn Boy. Chickens for sale. Inquire at this office. Buy your pop corn and peanuts of Earl Taylor—telephone 26. Finds the Towns Flourishing. C. C. Hedum, grand chancellor com mander of Idaho, Knights of Pythias, returned this week from a several week's tour of the state, paying visits to all of the K. P. lodges in the state, and instituting several new ones. He has visited every county and thirty seven of the principal towns in the state, traveling from Bonner's Ferry on the British line to St. Anthony in the southeast corner. Everywhere, he says, he saw evidences of wonderful prosperity and advancement. He says Kootentai and Shoshone counties are forging ahead most remarkably. He speaks of Sand Point, on Lake Pond Orille, not long ago a village of a few shacks, now a rnstling town with fifty line new hous.s, great modern saw mills, a large smelter under construc tion and three tug boats being con structed to transport ore baiges thither. Bat. of so many towns in North Idaho he speaks enthusiastically we cannot mention them all. But his is the same story we hear continously from persons visiting every part of our magnificent commonwealth. And from everywhere the story is simply of a healthy growth. There is not the re frain of a boom in any of it. Weather Report v for week ending March 26: Maximum temperature 54. Minimum temperature 20. Total precipitation, 0.42. Total snowfall, two inches. No. days clondy, 5. No, days partly cloudy, 0. No. days clear, 2. Prevailing wind, direction west. A. E. Farmer Local U. S. Weather Observer. Filed for Record March 27—C.B.JMcKinnon to McKin non Gold Mines, Ltd.; the Green Leaf, Pride of the West, Apex Original and Protect lode claims. March 28—John E- Van Deusen to The Sharp—Johnson Live Stock Co.; deed consideration 81,000; The s 1-2 of 8 w 1-4 See. 23, s 1-2 of s el 4, Sec. 22, Twp.6 s, r 5 c, b m, con taining 160 acres. March 30— M. M. Getchell to John W. Rowett; deed; consideration 875; barn in Silver City. April 1—Ora Dye to John 1. Wells and Patrick H. Downs; deed; consider ation 87400; An undivided one-half interest in the Del Delta and Mable lode claims first National Bank of Fremont, Neb raska et al. to Oregon Horse & Land Company. April 2-Owyhee County to Minnie Tracy; deed; consideration $32.82 land in Ontario, April 3-Chas. !.. Allen to Imperial Min ing Co., Ltd.; deed; consideration. 8500,000, of the capital stotk of said' company; the Imperial, Lucky Gus Mountain View and Grand View loJfes. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To John M. Brnnxell,Sr., or assigns: Yon are hereby notified that I have expended the sum one hnndred ($100.00) dollars in ^»bor and improvements upon the Stonewall mining claim, situated in Carson mining district, coun ty of Owyhee, state of Idaho, as will appear ky affidavits filed with the county recorder, in or der to hold the said claim, under the provisions of section 2824, revised statutes or tne United States, being the amount required to hold said claim for the year 1902. And if within ninety days of the sendee of thL noticetor within nine ty dajs alter this notice by publication) yon fail or refuse to contribute your portion of such ex penditure as co-owner towit; the sum of $25.00, your interest in said claims shall become the property of the subscriber, aider said section &*. JCHN McNALLY. First publication Jan. 2 S, 19UL Last publication May 1. lUOfi. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. SU.VKK Cm, Idaho. Jan. 28,1908. To Robert Henderson or his assigns : Yoaare hereby notified that I hate expended ibt-snrn of two hnndred dollars t&XD.) in labor and improvements upon the Golden West min ing claim, situated in .'arson mining district Comity of Owyhee, stale of Idaho, as will appear hy affidavits filed wish the connty recorder, in order to bold said claim lor the ytvirs HOI and Idtti. And if within.uineiy days from the service of this notice (or within ninety days after this notice by publication) yon foil car refuse to con tribute joar portion of such expenditure as eo ovrntT.yonr interest in said claims shall become the property eg the subscriber, under said Mon 3BY Fîrs* pohiretaUoB, Jan. 2s, Ï90S. Last pit Kreation» May I. HOL Sr. -■ DENNIS SULLIVAN. TTm f» fTrry v y¥'r r rT?y??yy T PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JAMES GOODWIN Practical Mining Mines examined in the vicinity of Silver City, BfLamar, South Mountain, Sugar Loaf and Pixlcy Basin. Reliable information concerning espita liz&tiOD, stocks and values, Report guaranteed. Correspondences licited. Residence, DEWEY, IPAAO. R. C UNNINGHAM. Attorney & Counsellor. Silver City Office near Idaho Hotel. ttSTPrompt and careful attention to all Legal Business. a Idaho. R. M. Fairchild, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SVR.GEON DE LAMAR.. IDA W. R. HAMILTON, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. SILVER CITY, IDAHO. E WORTHINGTON c. PHYSICIAN A SURGEON. SILVER CITT, IDAHO. QR. F. S. HEER, DENTIST. SILVER CITY, IDAHO John f. nugent, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Silver City, Idaho. SOCIETY CARDS. C YRUS CHAPTER NO. 2, R. A. M.— Meet very Saturday after full moon. Sojourning companions cordially Invited to attend. Frederic Irwin, M. E. II. P. Simon Harris, Secretary. S ILVER CITY LODGE NO. 13. A. F. & A. M.—Meets second Wednesday in each Soionrning invited to attend. 8 . Harri 8,Secretary. month. dlally brethren aie cor W. R. Hamilton, W. M. s & K nights of pythias. delamar lodge, No. 29. Meetings Friday evenings at p. m. in Castle Hall. W. H. Cocks, C. C. 7:80 p W. G. Itmuu, K. oi R. and S. D E LAMAR LODGE, No. 47, I. O. O. F. Meets every Thursday evening. Visit ing brothers always welcome. James H. Hors, N.G. Fred Clarke, Secretary. U LLA REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 81, mee the second and fourth Wednesday I . each month at Odd Fellow's Hall. Visiting members in good standing cordially invi ted. Mrs. Mary Colborn, N G. Mis3 Minnie O'Neill, Secretary. $"$KLAMAR MINERS* UNION. WESTERN Federation of Miners. Meets every Mon day night. James Hoke, President. Meade Stauffer, Sec. CHURCH NOTICES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL— Services at 811 verCity the first and third Sundays iu each month at 11 a. m.; at Dewey, Friday evening before. All mo8t cordiaily invited to attend. G. W. Kennedy, Pastor. EPISCOPAL — at Silver City, at St, James church, every first and third Sundays of the month, both morning and evening. At De Lamar every second and fourth Sundays in the month both morning and evening. It pa.ys to be WE Dressed! BAKER. Gfie TAILOR, C&a Outfit Y ok Tb® Fruit of a Thous&nd Looms to Select From. He is the OLD Relia.ble*y» STAY WITH YOV TO And Guarantees Satisfac tion. ?y>yT» y ?yWT'»yyfy v yt v y y y»yyytyi» An old and established qniet and homelike resort with the best of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc. JOHN M. BRUNZELL, JR Granite Block, Silver City. V 5 * J. D. RODRIGUEZ Boot & Shoemaker Where I am told one caD get elegant Boot or Shoe made to order and a good fit. De Lamar people leave you shoes at For ney's Stage office. SILVER CITY, IDAHO J. W. ROWETT Watchmaker & Jeweler, Silver City, Idaho. Carries a complete stock of Watches, and High Grade Jewelry, Silverware, Table Cultery, Etc. Store First Door East of Post Office All Repairing Neat [and Skill fully D>one. at FRED GRETE. JR. F. Undertaker and Embaimer. . Silver City, IDAHO - QHB ^ ^ CUTS OP ALL KIN DS the following printed onihe b&ck ofyour envelops by "Nugget:" SILVER CITY, IDAHO The county seat of Owyhee County has a local bank, four general two excellent hotels, and is the central distributing point for the great mining districts of Southwestern Idaho. The town is located in a gulch between War Eagle and Florida mountains, the two most famous gold and silver producing mountains in Idaho, with DeLainar and its great mines seven miles distant and many other important mining dis rieis tributary. light system. Electric power is supplied to the mines and mills from the Swan Falls power plant on Snake river. stores, t The town is equipped with fine waterworks and an electric w T v yr ▼ ryrryv'ryvrrrrrryT»^ y v v 'r v vv vvvvvv^y rT -, T 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE SCIENTIFIC i MINING Patents PRESS FORTY-THIRD YEAR. >4 48 Pages t V eekty j Illustrated* INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. Designs Copyrights Ac. 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Sample Sack and You will surely buy Your Flour from Us. a vSoie Agents for Owyhee County.J» GEO. T. McCABE will supply tlie people cf Del. A MAR. Capitol Hotel.. Flrst-Clakss Headquarters for Owyheeites Boise, IdetlLO FranK. 'BlacKinger, Mgr.