VOL X.--NO. 86.
HAILEY, IDAHO, TUESDAY. APRIL 12, 1887.
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HAILEY, ..... IDAHO.
J. BROWN, M. D.,
(Suocaaaor to Miller A Brown),
Physioian and Surgeon,
Kealdence on let Avenue, between Carbonate
and Oalena etreeta.
Call* attended promptly, dey and night.
HAILET, .... IDAHO.
Samplas from a distance promptly attended to.
dSTAU retnrna warranted.
Office—On Mein street, oppoelfte the Poatoffiee,
RS. CHRISTMAN, M. D.
(Sraduate of Royal Medical College, Copenhagen,
Female Physician and Accoucheuse,
Office—Next door to United States Land Office.
Mrs. Dr. Cbriitman haa had over twenty
OWARD D. STETSON,
SMOKY MIKINO DISTRICT,
ALTUUA8 COUNTY, IDAHO.
Hotary Public and Conveyancer.
pitANK P. CAVANAH,
Mining Engineer *
— AND —
U. S. Dkfuty Mineral Survetor,
HAILEY, - - IDAHO.
JAMES H. HAWLEY,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law
U. S. Dist. Attorney for Idaho.
Offica ana Re.tdenre: Halley, Altnraa County,
Office: Coffin k Co.'a block, np stairs,
P E. ENSIGN.
Will praetlae tn all the Coarts.
r. v. nmvirsB. obo. m. parsons. a. #. bbunkb.
J^nUNER, PARSONS A BBCNER,
OrriOE : Over Coffin A Co.'a Store.
D* D. W. F1GGINS,
Physician and Surgeon,
Offiee: Next door to Rupert's Drug More, up
'yy T. HALL,
Real Estate and Collection Agent
Real property bought and told; rente collected,
aad loan, negotiated.
Daairabla bargain! In town and country.
OmOE: Bullion (treat, one door weai of Dr.
Brown', office. al
Notice ta hereby given that the Board of Trux
Imi of School District No. 7, of Altnraa County,
Territor y of Idaho, have ordered that all of tho
unpaid apeclal ackool tax voted on March 3#tb,
1*1. ahall become delinquent on tbe Mth day of
April, A. D. 1*81—after which data tve per nan',
ahall ha added thereto.
By order of Um Board of Trnsteoe.
mffl I. N. Bl'LLfVAN, Clerk.
RILEY & MALLORY,
Hailey, Wood River, Idaho.
All Kinds of Property Bought and Sold.
CHOICE CITY PROPERTY AT YERY LOW FIGURES.
Prompt Attention Given to Collections.
lift, Fire ail Accident Insurance ia Gil Reliable Companies.
Following are a few of the Bargains, on our books:
$1200.—Dwelling House; 4 rooms; cellar, barn, and fruit trees, lot 100x120; situate on Second ave.,
between Orey end Bullion streets.
$500.—Dwelling House; 3 rooms; lot 100x120, well fenced. Corner Spruce street and Second ave.
$1800.- Dwelling House; 4 rooms and summer kitchen; city water In house; lot 100x120, well im
proved. Corner Fourth avenuo and Bullion street—opposite Dr. McKay's residence.
$175.—8mall House, corner First avenue and Pine atreet; lot 80x120.
$300.—Two vacant lots, 30x120 feet each. Corner First avenue aud Oalena street.
$1000.—Store room on Main street, formerly occupied by May k Krieg; lot 30x120; good frost-proof
$400.—Lota 4, 5, 6 and 7, Block 28; adjoining J. 0. Swift's residence, on Third avenue, between Pine
and Walnut etreeta.
$700.—House of 8 rooms; lot 75x120. Fourth avenue, between Bullion and Oroy streets.
$1000.—House of 4 rooms; city water in house. Corner First avenue and Carbonate atreet.
$300.—Lota 1, 2. 3, 4, 6 and C In Block 60; 160x120 feet. Corner Third avenue and Stiver street, facing
the new schoolhouse,
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS In any part of the city, at prices from $25 to $300 per lot.
SECURE TOUR LOTS before the Spring Boom Advances the Prices.
RILEY & MALLORY,
Croy Street, Hailey, Idaho.
SPRING BED FACTORY
Th. undenlgacd, having Jnat opened a SPRING
BED AND UPHOL8TRRING ESTABLISHMENT,
are prepared to Mil
and Spring Beds
At Lower Flgnrrx than any Dealer, M they maun
fsctnre them themselves.
They are also prepared te do Upholstering Work
at short notice.
In the spring they in a Complete Stock
W. S. MACK & CO.,
Opposite the Theater,
felWkwITm HAILEY, IDAHO.
Notice of Final Proof.
Land Office at Hailey, Idaho,!
March 2, 1887. J
I, Lewis Lsvske, of Soldier post office, who
made Soldier Homestead Entry No. 1454 B. C. H.,
for W J* NE * NW M BE \ NE 1% 8W i* Section
23, T 1 N, R 13 E, do hereby give notice of my in*
tention to make final proof to establish my claim
to the land above described, and that I expect to
prove my residence and cultivation before the
Register and the Receiver at Hailey, Idaho, on
April 2, 1887, by two of the fallowing witnesses:
C. E. Samson, M. L. Davis, Wilson Carter, and
David Bennet, all of Soldier, Idaho.
(Signature of claimant:) LEWIS LAVAKE.
Land Office at Hailey, Idaho, 1
March 2. 1887. }
Notice of the above application will be pub
lished In the Wood Rivem Times, printed at
Halley, Idaho, which I hereby designate as the
newspaper uubliahed nearest the land described
in said application.
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A BAY MULE, with saddle-marks, but no visible
brand, lamo in right fore leg, came to my corral,
near the Camas Mill, on the 30th of December ; la
spry, and young-looking and weighs about 750
The ow ner is requested to call at my place, pay
charges, and take tne mule away.
At Ranch near Camas Mill.
Ranch to Rent.
A Ranch en Gamas Prairie is for rent for one
year from date.
The said ranch is a timber culture, and situate
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80 acres of it are under a lawful fence, and 50
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The owner will rent It to any industrious indi
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The Baxter Hotel, Ketchum,
PAUL P. BAXTER, proprietor, is tho oldest
and best kept hotel on Wood River. The dining
room is the largest In the Territory, and the tables
are supplied with everything the market affords.
The rooms are large, airy and well furnished.
Charges very moderate. This is a HOTEL, and
when in Ketchum don't fergst the fact,or the leca
ton Main street, below First National Bank. s2t
For Sale At Cost.
The hotel and ranch on Willow creek known as
the "Travelers' Home," is offered for sale for the
cost of the improvements. The location is the
best on the Hailey aud Smoky road. Reason for
Belling: Serious Illness of my wife, necessitating
change of climate.
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Iu the Justice's Court of Hailey precinct, County
of Alturas, Territoiy of Idaho.—E. B. Lemmon,
Plaintiff, vs Wm. Harrison, Defendant.
The people of the United Htates, iu the Territory
of Idaho, send greeting to Wm. Harrison, De
You are hereby summoned to appear before me,
at my office in Hailey Precinct, in the county of
Alturas, Territory of Idaho, within five days after
the date of the service of this summons upon you,
in an action brought against you by the said plain
tiff, te answer the complaint of the above-named
Said action is brought to recover the sum of
$182.05, as follows: $132.05, which sum is all due.
being money paid out by plaintiff for you at your
request; and for $50.00, au account due from you
to one Funkhouser. and by Mm assigned to
plaintiff: all of which is morcT fully set forth
in a complaint filed in my office; or judgment
will be taken against you for the said amount,
together with costs of thin suit, if you fail to ap
pear and answer.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of said county,
greeting: Make legal service and due return
Given under my hand this «th day of Octo
ber. 1886. M. N. MILES,
7 Justice of he Peace of said Precinct.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
L ucky bar placer mining com
PA NY'.—Location o? principal place of busi
ness, Hailey, Idaho.—Location of works, Glenn's
Notice is hereby given that, at a meeting of the
Board of Trustees, held on the 28th day of Fel>
ruary, 1887, an assessment (No. 3) of ten cents
(10c.) per where woe levied upon the capital stock
of the corporation, payable immediately in United
States gold coin, to the Secretary, at the office of
the company, in the Times office, corner of Croy
and Main streets, Hailey, Idaho.
Any wtock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the
Sixteenth Day of March, 1887,
Will be delinquent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction, and unless pay meut is made before,
will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of
March, 1887, to pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with costs of adveitising and expenses of
By order of the Board of Trustees.
T. E. PICOTTE, Secretary.
Office: In the Times counting-room, corner of
Main aud Croy streets, Hailey, Idaho. ml
The date of delinquency of tho above assess
raent is hereby postponed until WEDNESDAY',
March 23, 1887, and the day of sale until TUES
DAY. April 6, 1887.
T. E. PICOTTE,
Secretary L. B. P. M. Co.
Hailey, Idaho, March 16, 1887.
The date of delinquency of the above assess
ment Is hereby postponed until Wednesday, April
6, 1887, and sale day to April 20.
T. E. PICOTTE, Secretory.
Hailey, Idaho. March 23, 1887.
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