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WOOD HIVER TIME.
HATLEY. IDAHO.
BATD^DAY...................PECKMBEK l!0, 1833
TUE «riSIES" K'EATIIEK REPORT.
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LOCAL JOTTINWS.
Smoko Pezoldt's homo made Cigar».
Winter P ar* and Apples, 12.00
per box, at E .Oi» t'-.
Sele st oyst "8 in every :t le at the
Californii R«.*t mrant.
The skating rtnk is a sucorss. Tt
has been used by quite a number of
skaters, since Christmas ay.
Collins ins » 0 w setter-snd.pointPr
pups for sale a' $5 each, if taken now.
They will make Al bird dogs. Apply
at his barber sh ip.
Graves, the photographer, is having
club tickets sold which entitle holders
to a dozen cabinet pictures at reduced
rates, until January 2, 18-0
Silver in New York to day, 68
cents per ounce for spot, and GO V
cents per ounce fur 60-day delivery.
Lead, (3.20 per 100 pounds.
Services as u»ual to morrow, at the
Methodist church, both morning-and
evenin ; Morning topic; "The
Kingdom." Sunday School at 12:15
p. m
E B. Lemmon's right eye has for
days been as prett' y decorated as a
ehe i'* chromo. He had tint eye with
him at the party the e ther night, and
it was somewhat commented upon.
As he is not a v iy .triot church
member the com nr et. Is were not al
together complimentary, and yet ho is
innocent of hlamn for its possession.
Fred. C, Bradley wi- the vil ain in
the plav that resVted in the ohromo.
Judge Lemmon having overslept him
self, last Sunday, Mr Bradley crawled
up to his t i on an 1 t rew a slipper
at the sleeper whioh s; oiled the
latter's he ctv for the nonce.
$100 F«r the School Fond.
Miss Jennie Hardie was arrested,
yesterday, on e warrant issued out of
th- Probate Co rt whioh charged her
with b< Hing beer without a license.
She pleaded guilty, and was fioed
$100, whioh she paid.
idea - ghest Honors W Id's
D" PR

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The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Ammonia; No Alum.
Lsed «îi Millions of Homer- •- Years tlio Strudard
THE STATE HAM OX KOAH.S.
All the Contracts to Make Them
Awarded.
Thu commission has awarded all
the contracis to construct the pro
posed Stute wagon roads. The
»mount of the sward is $114,480, of
which $4 1 6c0 goes to Idaho contrac
tor», and the remainder to contractors
of Spokane, Wash., m,d Butte, Mon
tana.
All the contracts for work in the
Southern districts come within the ap
propriation; but in Idaho and other
northern counties the cost of the
road.* will exceed the appropriation.
In such localities the difference will
have to he made good by private sub
scription.
The contractors are under bonds.
They will begin work next May, and
expect to have it completed by fall.
Errata.
The ladies who assisted Mrs. George
V. lirvan to receive, night before last,
ivere Mrs. Ur. McCurdy, Mrs. John
Bryan, Mrs. R. F. Muller, Mrs. O. O.
Stockslager, and Miss Wolters and
Miss Riley.
The two last-named ladies, although
in position, were somewhat merged in
the crowd of ladies. This misled the
reporter.
In glancing over the list of guests,
the reporter remembered that the
following-named ladies and gentle
men were also present; but their
names were in idvertent'v omitte<l:
Mrs. Erskine, of St. Lou's, Mo.,
Miss Lucie Woltrrs,
Seiden B. Kingsbi ry, of Boise,
Captain James A. Lusk, of Bellevue,
George Di vis.
James Donovan and Al. Short
managed the ballrucn , and did it very
nicely.
Lyttleton Price, Jr., and Geo. V,
Brjan, Jr., received the guests on
arrivul, and escorted them to the
dressing rr oirs.
The la lies' toilets f io'y surpassed
anything ever seen here heretofore,
and it is oi iy with t reat leluctanoe
that the reporter refrains from des
scribing the most striking, at least.
Propoa s W tinted.
Bids for supplying 25 cords of good,
sound, fir wood for the Hailey pub
lic school, will bo received at the
-tore ot J. C. Fox, or »t the office of
Lemmon & Boone, until the 30th
December, inst.
The wood must be delivered in the
basement of the sohoolhouse by the
10th of January, 1804.
The Trustees reserve the right to
rej-ct hi y and all bids.
By order of
Tub Board of School Trustees,
District No. 7.
A Lawyer with "Plenty of Money."
Yio. Bierhower writes from Sho
shone, the 29th inst:
"If you are hard up you can send
the bill for .your paper, as I have
plenty of money to pay it—or you
can wait until I come up."
Lord of Hosts, what a man that
Bierbower »! He actually looks up
a creditor to pay him before he gets
the bill! Will wonders never cease?
The Bov Knew.
Teacher—"Yes, childrin, when the
war* broke out, all the able-bodied
men who could leave their families
enlisted in the army. Now, o»n any
of you tell me what motives look them
to the front?"
Bright Boy (triumphantly)—"lo
comotives."
i El RUM'EtT.
With Chri.-tmaa hells a-chime and
the air full of New Year greeting», it
see ma to be a sort of moral duty to
pause and look backward. Standing,
as it we»e, at the grave ol the dying
year, and waiting with eager expec
tancy the birth of ill- new one, there
appears to be a natural prrdisposition
on the part of thoughtful humanity to
meditate and moralize. Amid the
feverish excitment ot busy, work a
day world such rare periods as these
come iu opportunely. They are the
green oasis in the arid desert of ex
istence; the breathing time* of life
when one tm y f< r » t< w fleeting
moments find surcease from the
world's toil and turmoil, and gather
strength and courage to face it anew.
llowells Shelling Pass. '
I recall very fully the moment and
the place when I first heard of Don
Quixote. While aa yet I oould not con
nect it very distinctly n th anybody's
authorship, writes W illiam Dean
Howells in lus literary autobiography
in the January <- es' Home Journal,
I was snii too young to conocive of
authorship, even m my own case, and
wrote my miserable verses without
any notion of liter u re, or of any
thing hut the pleasure of seeing them
actually come out rightly rhymed and
measured,
The moment was i t the close of a
summer's day ju*t before 6upper,
which in our house we had lawlessly
late, and the place was the kitchen
where my mother w a going about
her work, and listening as she could
to what my father was telling my
brother and me an 1 an apprentice of
ours, who was like a brother to us
both, of a book that he had oneeread.
We boys were ad aholiing peas, but
the story, a* it w ut ot, r»pt us from
the poor employ, at f- whatever our
fingers were doing, our spirits were
away in that strange land of adven
tures and mishaps, where the fevered
life of the kni.httru'y without fear
and without reproach burned itself
out. I daresay, my father tried to
make us understand the satiricul pur
pose of the bonk; I vaguely remem
ber his speaking • t the hooks of
chivalry it wx- meant to ridicule; but
a boy oould not care for this, and
what I longed to do at once was to
get that book and plunge into its
story.
An Article th t Should ba Read
by E ciybcd j.
The leading article in the January
Forum is "The Teaching i nur Re
cent I conomio Experience-," t y
David A. Wells. Mr. Wells has
summed up the almost incalculable
loss caused by the financial panie
and analyzed the causes of it
with a thoroughness that nobolv
else has at. . p.t . He finds the
deep-lying can- of our fiscal and
commercial dangers in the popular
ignorance i financial and economic
literature and experience on the part
not only of the great body of the peo
ple but of otherwise well-educated
men.
H. A. It.
Special Sloe ! h i. nf E. D. Uakrr Post,
No. 6.
A special meeting of E. D. Baker
P ost, G. A. R.,wi!l be held at headquar
era Saturday ev •oma, the 30 n iosf.,
at half-pust 7 o'clock, prompt, for the
purpose of nominating officers for the
ensuing term, and to transact such
other business s n ay con e hef< re it.
By order of T. E. Picon e.
Commander.
T. A Starrh, Adjutant.
Let them Know that all Westerners
are Not Wild Indians.
A oouple of hundred extra copies
of tha I IMES containing the account
of the Bryan reception wer« printed.
A few dozen are at d i r sale at this
office at 1 » cents a cony.
They should be purchased and
mailed to fri«nds abroad—but prrici
pally in the East—tlmt »hey mat gee
that not all tha inhabitants of the
"wild and woolly" extreme West are
avagea.
A Drummer
Little Box—' Who was that mao
who's been talking to you so I n ?"
Country Merchant— "Ht 'a a drum
mer."
"What sort of drums does he drum
on?"
"Ear drums."
2^"Location notice«, for lode or
placer claims, for aale at the Times
office.
Psychology to tu cure on Wealth and
Art, Wisdom and Happiness.
Professur Herbert Nichols, in "The Edge of the
Future," McClure's Msgssine for Jsunsrr. I
The new science of psychology will
determine tbs in. > « law» exactly;
the laws I ii ividual and of
society; the laws of Miite.sc- edu
cation, of ethics, an 1 of every human
faculty.
- will compel men to live by these
laws, because it will make them plain
to all men—as plain as the law of
gravity. T - woiid will then go
forward, beoause it will see how. We
shall then have a hL I er manhood,
because its type will be clear to us.
We shall lave a new art aida new
literature, because we shall know the
secrets of the beau'y. Its standards
shall be broader in proportion as they
shall be truer. Wo may then effi
ciently love our unfortunate brother
by knowing how to make him lovable,
and bow to make life lovable to him
Psychology will secure to a man
wealth and art, wisdom and happiness,
by making man oapahle of them.
Psychology will make education tha
chief function of government, I y giv
ing educati n . (tope heretofore un
oonceived of.
About the Size of It.
Exchange.]
"Hello, Mr. Workingman, Wbat
are you doing?"
"Digging potatoes."
"Have any to sell?"
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"What are you doing with them?"
"I sort them into four piles."
"Wbat do you do with them?"
"The big pile of fine potatoes you
see over there I give to the landlord
for the privilege of living on the
earth; next to the biggest pile I give
to the money lord as interest for the
privilege of using the tools that sor e
workingman n ade, and the third pile
I give to the politicians as tax, and
the little ones I give to the hogs, and
what the hogs don't eat I est myself.
So, you see, between the landlord,
the money lords, the po'ii.i ns and
the other hogs, I n y living."
"But what do you do with the
hog#?"
"I give them to the railroad com
pany for hauling the tig potatoes to
the land and monev lords."
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Permanently Restored,
WEAKNESS,
NERVOUSNESS,
DEBILITY,
end all (ho train of
from tally errors or later
excfhMv, tLo result s of
ott*r\% oi k, fiikiitss,
v.orr;\ete. Fuiintroi.gi h,
develcpiiieiit ami touo
given to tt «>7 organ and
p irti^n c f t!;o b cly.
Fimpli*. natural method».
Immédiat'*! mpro Yemen*
ß'*rn. Fr ilure lrr.poB .llila.
2, 's») rrferenre«. B»olr,
explanation n- i proofs
limited (scaled) free.
j ERIE FED 1 CAL CD.
CJFFALO. N. Y.
May G1
J. .7. TJA f Y
Has just received an elegant line of
SILVER WARE, including
Carving Se -,
Salad Sets,
F:sh Sets,
Soup Ladles,
Berry Spoons,
Salt Cellars and Spoons,
Tea and Dcs-ert Spoons,
Knives and Fo^ks,
Nut Crackers and Picks,
Napkin Rings,
Toothpick Holders,
tub Boxes,
Silver Bells,
Trinket Trays,
Sugar Shells,
Butter Knives,
Postage Stamp B xes,
Hair Pin B< x »,
Coffee Spoons,
Sugar Tong»,
Bon Bon Dishes,
( hildren's Cups,
Children's Sets,
And an ELEGANT LINK OF
GOODS SUITABLE FOR PRES
ENTS.
g27"('a!I them at
TRACY'S DRUO STORE.
FOR INVENTIONS.
Equal with the interest of those having claims against the government to
that of INVENTORS, who often lose the benefit of valuable invention* because
of the incompetency or inattention of the attorneys employed to obtain their
patents. Too much care cannot be exercised in employing competent and reli
able solicitors to procure patents, for the value of a patent depends greatly, if not
entirely, upon the care and skill of the attorney. ..
With the view of protecting inventors from worthless or careless attorneys,
and of seeing that inventions are well protected by valid patents, we have re
tained counsel expert in patent practice, and therefore are prepared to
Obtain Patents in the United States and all Foreign Countries, Conduct In«
terferences, Make Special Examinations, Prosecute Rejected Cases.
Register Trade-Marks and Copyrights, Render Opinions SS to
Scope and Validity of Patents, Prosecute and
Defend Infringement Suits, Etc., Etc.
If you have an invention on hand send a sketch or photograph thereof, to
gether with a brief description of the important features, and vou will be at once
advised as to the best course to pursue. Models are at _ om necessary. If
others are infringing on your rights, or if yon are charged with infringement by
others, submit the matter to us for a reliable OPINION before acting on the
matter.
THE PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY,
618 F STREET, NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, O.O.
». o. BOX 4S3. JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney.
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A. great FHCE SALE !b bow in progrès* at the
Alters 3 Srs.dcS lory Ccmp&nVs.
HAILEY. IDAHO,
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0e 8 and Cna-Ealf Tfliles from Hailey, Ida.
Rates per day, $2.501053.50; per week, S14 to S21
I J ! 1IIS beautiful health resort is kept open the year around. Hotel is
colonial style, three stories, and first-class in all its appointments.
Is lighted by incandescent lights throughout. In connection with it is
an elegant ball room, billiard and ten pin alleys, and also ladies' and
gents' cement hot plunges, 30x60 feet. All bath tubs are porcelain
The Hot Springs are highly mineralized and ICO degrees Fahrenheit
and the water is unsurpassed for the cure of rheumatism, kidney, malari*
and all diseases humanity is subject to. Trout in abundance in all the
numerous mountain streams near our doors, and grouse and chickei
hunting unsurpassed in the foothills nearby.
R. STRAHORN COMPANY.
R. W. BERK Y
(Successor to the E. C. Coffin Hardware Go.)
AGENT FOF!
Fraser &■ Chalmers,
Knowles Steam Pumps,
Poebling Sons Co. W ire Pope
McCormick Harvesting Machiuerr
Canton Steel, ^
Safety Nitro-Powder,
Studebaker Wagons,
Charter Oak and Garland Stoves
By prompt and efficient service, I will endeavor to deserve
tinuance of the liberal patronage extended to this house in tha put * °°*
R. W. BERR"i
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