ON THE STREET IN JAPAN,
String« Sights That Great the Bye
of the Stranger and Caoee
Him to Stare.
When one'a work is done, there
is left the mild excitement of j
walking up the great alimentary
canal of Nikko. All that is doing
in Nikko may be seen, writes
Charles Hovey Pepper, in the
World To-day. On the veranda
of a house madam is having her
bath, her head sticking above the
steaming water. The youngsters
in their original suits are hailing
you: "Binko san, ohiyo!"
stranger, good day." An array of
great gilt lotus flowers and leaves
on long stems shows that a mem
ber of the family within is dead.
In the front room, unprotected
from the street, one sees the
iquare kagolike box in which,
with knees against the breast, the
last journey is taken.
A bevy of gayly dressed geisha
girls, with attendants carrying ko
tos and samisens, are bound for
some dinner or entertainment,
their hair black and shiny and
filled with bright ornaments, their
faces and necks white with rice
powder and their lower lips bright
with scarlet paste. They are chat
tering in the shrill and penetrat
ing voices which are peculiar to
The merchant steps out from
his shop to tell you he has some
new Kakemona or carving to
show, antiques from 300 years old
to those so recent that the lacquer
is hardly dry. "Step in. sir," cries
a young man, waving his hand in
the air as he paints with an imag
inary brnsh an imaginary picture,
"and see our Japanese artist us
ing his brush." He hands you his
?ard and you are pleased to read
the motto of his houee is "Earnest
is the best policy."
ing for yon," says a pretty girl,
smiling, "will you please come iu
my shop? I have brack racker
and red racker trays. Yes, very
pretty." She spends all her time
in the front of her shop between
the two bridges. If she sees one
cross either bridge she is already
waiting when be has crossed. No
T was wait
Stock Wanted to Winter.
I bave good pastures and plenty of
bay. Will engage to winter stock. For
prices write to
R. J. Gifford, Reynolds, Idaho.
Haviland Chiu a at GetchelljS.
Cassius Austin, his heirs and assigns:
You are hereby notified that «re have ex
pended during tne year 1903, in labor and im
provements on the John-Bill mining claim,
situated in Carson mining district. Owyhee
county, Idaho, the sum of 1100.00. That such
expenditure waB made by us in order to hold
the said claim for the period ending Decem
ber 31, 1903, under the provisions of Sec. 2324 of
the Revised Statutes of the United States, and,
if within 90 days from the publication of this
notice you fail or refuse to contribute your
proportion of such expenditure as a eo-owner,
your interest, (being an undivided % interest.)
will become the property of the subscribed,
your co-owners, who nave made the required
expenditure as required by the laws of the
w. D. Evans,
First publlc&tion July 22, 1904.
Last publication Oct. 28, 1901.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Land Office at
Boise, Idaho, July 25, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Clerk Pro
bate Court, at Silver City, Idaho, on September
10, 1904. viz: homestead application No. 4360,
George Birmingham, DeLamar, Idaho, for the
s H nel 4 8e c. 20, and nw$i sec. 21, twp 6 s, r
4 w, B. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Marcus White, William
Slattery, John Slattery, all of Silver City; and
Charles Forney, of DeLamar.
First publication in Nugget* July 29,1904.
, I EPARTMKNT OF THE INTERIOR, f
United States Land Office \
Boise, Idaho, July 14, 1904.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by Charles S. Faurot, Cald
well, Idaho, contestant, against Desert Laud
Entry No. 1874, Made January 29, 1903
sw % and lots 6, 6 and 7, section 18, township
n, ranges wB M., by William E. Goddard,
contestée, in which it is alleged that "W'illiam
E. Goddard, has not expended the sum of $1.00
per acre or any other sum on the necessary ir
rigation, reel imation or cultivation thereof;
by means of main canals or ditches or in per
manent improvement upon the land or in the
purchase of water rights for the iirigation of
the same; that more than one year has elapsed
since such entry." Said parties are hereby
notified to appear, respond and offer evidence
touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on
September 14, 190-4, before the Register and Re
ceiver at the United States Land Office in
Tne said contestant having, in a proper affi
davi\ filed July 14, 1904, set forth facts which
show that after due diligence pi
of tiiis notice can not be made
j, it is hereby
ordered ami directed that such notice be given
by due rttid proper publication.
Harry J. Syms. Register,
Edward E. marrett, Receiver.
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