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Sunday School Meeting.
A very interesting Sunday School meeting- was held at St. James' Epis copal church last Sunday after the usual evening service. Rev. Jones catechised the children in the three previous Sunday school lessonsand the answers elicited were both interesting and instructive. Prizes were awarded the following children for learning the names of the booke of the old and the New Testament: Velma Camaish, Esther Evans, Mary Hicks, Emily Brown, Lillian Evans, Lottie Gardner, Willa May Gardner, Toy Camaish, Ednetta St Clair, Aleda Brunzell, Bessie Grete, Sue Evans, Gladys Grete, May Evans, Russell Adams, Loraine Gardner, and James Brown. A bible was presented to each child, except four who had previously won a bible in another competiti jn, and they were awarded with other suitable books. Rev. Jones complimented the teachers upon their faithfulness and the good results of their work among the respective classes. Mrs R. H. Leonard, the superintendent, present ed the prizes, which were donated by the pastor. Mr.s W. A. Cougkanour of Payette, who has been visiting with her daugh ter here, Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, has re turned to her home this week. Mr. Lewis W. Walker returned last week from a short visit to the Wood River country, where he recently pur chased a ranch. Mr. Walker reports former Owyheeites the all prospering. Largest In the World. Oue ot the best known and most widely advertised cities iu tho United States is Detroit, Mich., celebrated for its beauty and civic cleanliness, it« fine transportation facilities, its wonderful manufacturing establishments, and its hearty municipal welcome to visiting guests. unious are anuually held in Detroit than in any other city of its size in the world, and the great electric municipal "Welcome" sign flashes forth the free dom of the city to all who would accept its hospitality. Detroit has earned deserved fame as a stove building center, aud foremost amongst its great manufacturing con cerns is the Detroit Stove Works, fam ous as the largest stove plant iu the world. Its many substantial foundries aud shops, its yards aud railroad sid ings, cover acres of ground, aud its weekly pay-roll equals the capital stock of many fair-sized substantial banks. At its great private shipping docks famous lake steamers take on their loads of Jewel stoves aud ranges aud spread them abroad upon the land, to augment the four million of their kind already in actual use, affording cheer ful comfort to happy homes aud intro ducing economy where waste was wont to rale. That high artistic taste that marks their product is evideut iu the surroundings of these great foundries, and the visitor's eye is attracted by the pretty formal garden nark within and the oue hundred aud fifty foot floral sign without, which spells out in flow ers aud foliage the words, 'Largest Stove Plant iu the World." More conventions and re yS250 00 "Rcbvcird! The above reward will be paid by me for the arrest aud couvictiou of the persons who have been killing my horsea on lower Reynolds creek, or for conviction for any future depredations of like character. Robebt Noble. Reynolds, Idaho, Sept. 21, 1903. Strayed. Oue dara roan, branded oil right hip, figure 8 ou right side, hole iu ear. Oue bay horse, branded A with half circle over it on left shoulder also S ou same shoulder. Auyone knowing the whereabouts of said stock will please notify Louis H YES, DeLamar. Idaho. Teachers' Examination. The next regular examination tor first, second and third grade county certificates will he held at my office in Silver City, November IS), 20 and 21st. Questions in School Law and State Constitution w'ill he taken from the entire pamphlet, no special chapter will be assigned Myrtle M. Hastings. County Superintendent. . Notice of Attachment. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE .THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF .D.\HO, IN ANI) fur the COUNTY OF OWYHEE. Wadhams * Company, Inc. (a Corpor-t all m) Plaintiff. Reynolds Dixon nml Thos. n'TP under the Arm nai Defen'dants. art xon, of Di l > Re Notice Is hereby giv^n/that a meut has been issued otit of the Court, in the above Anti tied case, to re from the defendants /thh sum of $1,607.59, with interest theieon anmcintibg to the sum of $110.15 and for accruing interest on said sum <*f $1007.59 to the date of judgment heXein, and for cost* ot i suit. In witness W hand and afflxed'tbe seal of day of October/1903. writ of attach ai ove mimed <T eof, I have hereunto set my sàjd Court, this 24th J. 8. Clair, Clerk. Jhn«K n and Cuas. 8. Kingsley. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Henry-E. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Boise, Idaho, October 19th, 1903. Notice is hereby giveu that the following-nam ed seitler lias filed notice ot her intention to make final proof in support of her claim, and that 8uid proif will he m«de before Clerk of the Probate C urt at Silver City, Idaho t;er 28th. 1903. v'z: Homestead app 4750, Eliza NeGovern for Lot 2, Sectii ship f- south, Rauge 6 west. She lowing witnesses to deuce upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John Slattery, William Slattery, John C. Con nors and Ira J..Gardner, all of Silver City, Ida. Harry J. Simms, Register. on Novem lication No. :ju 27, town 'imes the fol prove her continuous resi 028 29 Notice ol'Sale of Mining- Claim at Private Sale. Under authority of an order of »ale granted by the Probate Court of the C unity of owvhoo, State of Idnho, dated October 5th, 1903, I* will sell at private sale the following described lode mining claim, to-wit: That certain lode mining claim situate on War Eagle mountain, in Carson mining district, in the county of Owyhee and State of Id «no, gc-ierally known, called and recorded as '•Ruth. ' Said mining laim commences nt a certain stump, upon which is posted an amended notice of loration thereof, and running thence with s.nd along said Ruth lode and in a s- utherly direction 1000 feet to a r nke which is the south center end st»*ke of said mining claim; and running from said a«ump and notice along the linp of said Ruth lode. d in northerly direc ion 500 feet to an o her stump which tstfie nor'h center end stake of said mining claim. Said mining claim ex pends 50 fee» on each side af said ledge from tt-ie middle thereof throughout the entire length of said claim, to wit, 1500 feet. Said mining claim is situated on the ridge lying be ween the Belle Peck mi'irtz ledge and the Northern Light quartz ledge, as shown in the amended certifi cate of location thereof made on the 5th day of May, 1884 by J. B. S'. Clair. Dave Adam« and Guy Newcomb, and recorded in Book Oof Mining Claims, page 786, among the records of said Owyhee county, I he sale will be made on nr after October 20, 1903, and bids will be received at the* store of C. H Grete & Co. on Washington Street, in the of Silver City, Owyhee County. Idaho. Terms of s .le cash, ten per cent, of the bid pay able at the time of sale, and balance upon con firmation by said Prob «te Court. Dated October 5th, 1903. Minnie Weston, Admiuistra'ix of the estate of Bartholo mew Russell, deceased. WANTED: -Live agents to sell Dr. Wird's Liniment aud other household remedies, Pure Spices and Extracts H. M. Bell, State Mgr. Dr. Ward's Med. Co. Payette, Idaho. Write quick. r DEWEY DAIRY. McCLUNG & SON Proprietors. Pnre Milk and Cream Deliver ed everv morning in Silver City and the Mining Camps. Bottle System Adopted. V ß -THE EQUITABLE LIFE I Strongest in the World! Surplus for Policy Holders $ 75 , 752 , 996,807 An amount, larger by many mi 11 ions than that of any other company. Divi dends paid to policy holders In 1902: $ 4 . 477 , 924.15 A larger sum than has ever before been any in a single year, other companies. For full information, write or call upon paid by any Rates no higher t Free I 11. D avis, Special Agt. Joseph Perault, MANAGER, Pierce Building, Boise, Idaho WWWv^ H. J. WILTERDING & CO l¥7ish to arvnovin.ee tha.t they have operv ▼ ▼ ed vip one of the finest and most com plete lines of ^ WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS arid HEAVY SKIRTINGS f tha.t has been seen in this section for some time and extend to the ladies an invitation to call and inspect them, v Ovir Stock of LADIES AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS is also complete in every detail. ^ We can fit you out in anything in onr line with a good grade of stock. OUR STOCK IS UP-TO-DATE gg ^ SILVER CITY'S BIG STOKE AVAW1AAAA VNA.VSAVIAVyVVVVVVyV' AzWWVV OWYHEE CHIEF Cigar Factory PETER. STEELE Proprietor ÎW LEADING BRANDS Owyhee Chief Beauties Red Legs La Rosa Especial Mai'ca Veulta Steele's Latest Mountain Pets SILVER CITY, IDA ßlacksmithinG WORK IN ALL BRANCHES Executed with Neatness and Dispatch, At the shop of W in. Paj?!*, SILVER CITY, IDAHO, Tlie Bibbins-Myer Oo. \T£\là ■F "O %3 GARMENTS —IMIa-de Toy the — OorLtirLerLtal Tailoring Co. Fall and Winter Samples of Suitings are ready for inspection. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SUIT ! : : J5he BIBBINS-MYER COM'Y DEWEY, IDA. ! SILVER CITY J. W. R0WETT Watchmaker & Jeweler, Silver City, Idaho. Carries a complete stock of Watches, aud High Grade Jewelry, Silverware, Table Cultery, Etc. Store First Door East of Post Office All Repairing- Neat and Skill fully Done. PS Owyh.ee Brewery SILVER CITY, Il>AHO BEER Guaranteed to be a Pure Hop aivd Barley Product À Healthful and Delicious Tonic Beverage. For sale by the Barrel, Bottle or Measure George I^a-ixiTooiar, Prop. SJar Restaurait Everything the Markets Supply. OPEN! DAY AND NIGHT. Lodging House, with nice clean rooms and good beds in nection with restraurant. con DAN WING, SILVER CITY, IDAHO