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A tenderfoot passing through this part of the world and seeing the houses ot rough, unpainted boards or logs might suppose that the inhabitants thereof were primi tive and crude, also. This does not necessarily follow, however, and once inside the stranger would find many of these homely dwellings filled with books, pictures and other evidences of culture and refinement. At such homes the ideal life is at tained—the true life, unfettered by the restraints and unnatural condi tions that surround and enslave the dwellers in towns and cities. Here one revels in the glorious sunshine and inhales the pine and balsam laden atmosphere, pure as the breath of heaven, and his eyes ever behold masterpieces of God's hand iwork. The writer has in mind such a home—a home begun but a few months ago and yet in the making, but a home in the highest, truest sense of the word. A young man and his two sisters, people of educa tion and refinement, have, with their own hands, by energetic in dustry transformed, or more prop erly speaking, adapted a beautiful valley into a home. The dwelling of logs is unpretentious but invit ing, and once within, the visitor is cheered by the air of comfort that pervades and his aesthetic sense is thrilled by the artistic arrangement of books, pictures, dainty china and other works of art. With this young man and his sisters abide the par ents and an invalid sister and there is no lonliness in that household or longing for the outside world, save for au occasional visit thereto, which our friends indulge in and enjoy. They are living the true lite.— Meadows Eagle. Money Pouring Into State Treasury. The receipts in the office of the secretary of state for the quarter ending September 30th were the largest of any quarter in the history of the state, says the Boise States man. The quarter ending June 30th in which the receipts amounted to $3,677.65, was a record breaker it self, but is exceeded nearly $700 by the quarter just ended. The re ceipts for the last quarter were as follows: Notaries public Articles of Incorporation 4011 20 Miscellaneous $ 247 00 221 25 Total $4479 45 New Miners' Union Organized. Buffalo Hump now has a Miners' Union, which was organized last week. James Early is president, Win. Mathers, vice president, L. M. Watson, secretary and treasurer, and Alex McFee, warden. The union is a branch of the Western Federation of Miners, and is affiliat ed with the Western Labor Union. It was organized by L. M.Simpson, state organizer for the Federation of Miners. The lodge starts in with 52 charter members, and says it will unionize the camp throughout. So many of the people of this state know and respect "Uncle" John Hailey that it will be inter esting to note that some mining properties belonging to him located in the Wood river country, are turn ing out to be very valuable. We feel that it is a just reward and are pleased to think that his declining years may be passed in peace and contentment. The railroad company is to bore for artesian water at Mountain Home, says the Herald of that place. tiEWE Humus' g] ANY OLD FUEL c~^;::Lüi:iŒrri will burn successfully in the %p| genuine trade marked fm Jewel Hot Blast m Stoves—soft coal, siftings, slack, Bn hard coal,coke,cobs, etc. Why not PM Keep Yotir House Warm J at a small cost ! Jewel Stoves M l*st just about as long as you gf would expect to keep a stove, ylg Price—oh, we will satisfy you. jy Call and see Jewels. We recom* gM mend them. 3 Loree, Eastman & Teller Hdw. Co. BOISE, IDAHO Ladies! When you come to Silver don't fail to call and see Mrs. E. O. McCormick's full line of FURNISHING GOODS. Just received a fine line of Ladies' TAILOR SUITS That sell all the way from $12.50 to $25.00 These Suits are extra good values for the money. New goodB are arriving on every stage and you are in vited to inspect them before making your purchases. Mrs. O. £. McCormick. Silver City Blacksmithinfl WORK IN ALL BRANCHES Executed with Neatness and Dispatch, At the shop of W m. Parr, SILVER CITY, IDAHO, Miners' Exchange SALOON Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, etc. AXDR'CW EHICKSON Proprietor. SILVER CITY, IDAHO White Laundry WOMEN HELP All . Work . Neatly . Mended FLANNELS A SPECIALTY Two doors above Gardner & McGov ern's livery stable. MRS. L. McCLOSKEY. CHA.RLES FORNEY Proprietor DE LAMAR. Liyery, Feed and £3a.l© St,a.Tole. CORUAL and SHEDS S addle Horses and Good Livery An old and established quiet and homelike resort with the best of Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Etc., Etc. JOHN M. BRUXZELL, JR Granite Block, Silver City. <1 I "Bretoery | hi m SA.LOOJV ! I I I One of the oldest, Coolest '(/ and Quietest Resorts in town i I I I I I im Beer on Draught by the j|M il/li Measure wA I I Only the Best Wines jLiquors and Cigars served to Patrons I « m É m Fred Grete Sr I "Proprietor mmmmmmmmm "WW T T V T " 'T T V V T 'T*^ V ' V T V ▼ V V T V T WAR. EAGLE; HOTEL < ► ► < ► < ► Silver City, Ida.ho. < ► < ► ► < ► 0. D. BR.VMBAVGH, Proprietor < ► ► 4 Capitol Hotel... First-Cla.ss Headquarters for OwyKeeites Bois© Idaho F ratify 'Bla.cKinger , Mgr. 'T T * 1 I I I I'*" I I f 1 y y -y — — y- y qp y ^ V ' V -y : IDAHO HOTEL 4 ► < ► SILVER CITY. IDAHO. < ► < ► First-Class in Appointments Sample Looms for Salesmen < ► < ► < ► < Sl&Ie Office and Wells Fa. -go (St Co.'s Express in Hotel ► < ► ► Connors tSL F'Vans, vrops \ ► ► Sampson & Irving LIVERYMEN. Stables at Silver City & Mvirphy -PROPRIETORS OF Murphy, Silver City, Dewey and De Lamar STAGE LIN ES. 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