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Boise, Idaho, April 9.—It W. Mc Bride, exposition commissioner from Idaho to the Lewis and Clark fair, has returned from Porlland, where he has been for several weeks getting work started on the Idaho building. Mr. McBride states that when he left Port land on Friday work on the Idaho building was being pushed with the largest force of men obtainable, more than forty men being then at work on the structure. The frame of the build ing was up and the rafters were being erected, while the workmen were lay ing the rough floor. The contractors, Burrell Contracting company, has giv en bonds to have the exposition hall ready by April 1, and the whole build ing is to be ready to turn over to the commission a month later. It is now expected that Idaho will be one of the few buildings that will be entirely ready for the opening on the first of June. Commissioner M. J. Wessels, who is in charge of the agricultural exhibit, is to be on the ground on April 20, aud will then begin the task of plac ing the exhibit. There are four car loads of the Idaho exhibit now in stor age in Portland. This will form the necleus for the full showing that is to be made of Idaho's resources. More will be rushed to Portland as soon as work on the building has progressed far enough so that the work of placing the exhibits can be commenced. Just before Mr. McBride left Port land he succeeded in having a slight change made iu the location of the Utah building, so that the view of the lagoon from the Idaho building should not be interfered with. The commis sioner announces there is the greatest possible difference between conditions in Portland and at St. Louis. At Port land there is evident desire, so far as the exposition management is con cerned, to see that extortion is not practiced. The business meu of that city are determined to make the fair a success, and fully appreciate that it is intended to exhibit the wealth and re sources of the Pacific Northwest, of which Idaho is so considerable a part. The management of the fair are willing to go a long ways to see that Idaho has a fair show in every way, aud as a natural consequence it uow looks as though this state would get more ad vantage from the coming show thau fiom all the others that have preceded it. The same thing might be truth fu ly said of th ■ other northwestern and intermountain states The Portland exposition manage ment has decided that as soon after the opening of the fair on Juue 1, as possi ble, there shall be a day devoted to each of the states, when special efforts will be made to draw attention to that seetiou of the great west. Governor Gooding has been requested to uame "Idaho Day," so that the days may be announced aud the occasion adver tised, while arrangements are complet ed for the program^-which it is intend ed shall iu all ways be appropriate to the locality which it is intended to represent. . The Idaho educational exhibit it is believed will rival that of any of the western states. Not ouly will the small but exceedingly fine exhibit shown at St. Louis be shown, but schools in all parts of the state are making arrange ments to send showings, have recently been received from ihe Academy of Idaho, at Pocatello, aud from the public schools at Caldwell, Idaho Falls aud Ammon, Bingham county. The last named exhibit con tains a large amouut of very fine raffia work. The educational exhibit will be nicely housed. A special section in the exhibit hall has been set aside for it. An elaborate facade, sustained by six massive pillars, will be iu front. This will be surmounted by a globe beariug the word "Idaho," and under this "Our Schools." Along the whole front panel will be the words, "From one example judge of the rest." A meeting of the board of trustees of the insane asylum at Blackfoot' has been called by the governor to meet at the asylum on Saturday, April 15. It is expected that the entire board of trustees will be in attendance, as there is mucb business of importance to transact. The members of the Board, besides Gov. Gooding, are Hou B. J, Briggs, Idaho Falls, chairman of board; Hon. A. B. Moss, Payette, aud Hon. Heury Jones, Malad. The question of the site for the new capitol buildiug is still unsettled, al though it is clearly understood that the board would prefer the present site provided additional grouud could ce obtaiued at a price within reason. The capitol commission has expressed a desire to secure the Central school Exhibits block, lying just west of the present capitol block, and also State street and the south half of the two blocks lying just north of the capitol. This portion of State street would be closed and on the half blocks secured a curved street would be constructed, with the hand some stone Episcopal church at the west end of the curve and the Congre gational memorial chapel, also of stone, at the east end. The ouly apparent difficulty now in the way, is the desire of some of the property owners to se cure a high price for their property. To this kind of a holdup the capitol com mission does not feel like conceding, and it now iooks likely that the com mission, unable to secure the property at a reasonable price, will select wbai is called the Tiuer tract, iust north of Fort street on Eighth. Here quite a good sized tract of land can be ob tained, at what it is believed is a reas onable price. This site is but eight blocks from the old Overland Hotel corner, and is in what may be termed the heart of Boise. The board of wagon road commis sioners, after being in session the two first days of last week, adjourned to meet at Warren on April 24, when the looking over of the proposed road be tween that place and the Big Creek mining district. The latter is generally regarded as a portion of the Thunder Mountain district. It is a base metal district, which mining men have pro nounced shows the finest undeveloped copper ledges in the United States. The road into the district proposed to be built from Warren, it is claimed, would open the district from both the north aud the south. There is a feel ing that this is one of the roads that the commission will decide to build at once, provided the district benefitted will meet the demand of the commis sion that half of the expense for the road shall be paid by those benefitted. The commission bas not selected an engineer as yet, and will probably not do so until the roads that are to be built have been practically decided on. The regular meeting of the state board of pardons was held on Wednes day, aud although there were a num ber appeared before the board, with petitions for the pardon of those now in the penitentiary, no action was tak en, all petitions goiug over until the July meeting. Convicts Mathews, C. B. Murphy, Harry Williams aud James Allen, were paroled ou the recommend ation of Warden Whitney. a a to be to to is at all be in for by of has at It of to J, new al that J. J. a Warrant Call. On presentation at my office, in Sil ver City, Idaho, I will pay the following warrauts drawn on the Current Expense Fund of Owyhee county, Idaho, regis tered January 18, 1902, to:wii: No.'s 292, 291, 259, 281, 296 Also the following warrauts drawn on the Redemption Fund, of said coun ty, registered January 19, 1903, to-wit: No 's 214, 215, 218, 219, 221, 224, 225, 226, 227, 229, 231, 232, 406, 233, 234, 235. 236. 237, 238, 239, 242, 244, 284, 285, 295, 298, 304, 305, 332, 333, 340, 356, 360, 361, 362, 363, 365, 381, 382, 383, 397, 409; 401, 402, 403. Also the following warrants drawn on the Current Expense Fund, 1904, of said county, and registered October 18,1904, to-wit. No.'s 194, 186,193, 205, 183, 197, 171, 172, 185, 204, 202,165,174,173. Also the following warrants drawn on the Current Expense Fuud, 1904, of said county, aud registered January 19, 1905, to wit. No.'s 443, 390,215, 216, 227, 437, 236, 445, 444,447, 277, 362, 331, 380, 473, 399, 361, 291, 246, 264, 446, 455, 4o7, 342, 357. 400, 315, 360, 224, 225, 389, 479, 259, 266, 268, 275, 228, 453, 451, 452, 439, 440, 255. 408, 450, 239, 374, 247.373, 320, 321, 474, 429, 383, 334, 260, 382, 406, 424, 459, 378, 272. luterest on all above warrants ceases April 17, 1905. Minnie Weston, Treasurer Special Stockholders' Meeting« Notice is hereby given that there will be a special meeting of the stockholders of The Addie Consolidated Mining and Milling C pany, Limited, a corporation organized and ex isting under the laws of the state of Idaho, at the company's office at The Addie Mine, in Sil ver City, Owyhee county, Idaho, on Tuesday, April 25th, 1905, at seveu o'clock p. m 1. For the election of a board of directors to serve for the ensuing year and until their suc cessors are elected and qualified. 2. For the purpose of repealing all of the by laws of the company notv iu force. 3. For the purpose of adopting a new code of by-laws. 4. For the transaction of any other business which may properly come before the meeting. Done this 4th day of April, A. D. 1905, by or der of S. D. McLain, A. F Stevens and C. C. Hedum, who constitute a majority of the board of directors. The Addie Consolidated Mining & Milling Company, Limited. 4G-3Î By 8. D. McLain, Secretary. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Lund Office at Boise, Idaho. March HO, 1905. 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 Cily, Idaho. May 20, 1905, viz: Anders W. Larson, Hd. application No 4601, for the NKfc NE \i Sec. 13,Tp.*2 8 , R. 4 W., B.M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: O. 8. Bruuzell, R. J. Gifford, D. D. McDonald, C. A. Johnson, all of Reynolds, Idaho. Harry J. s y .ms. Register. w Notice to Creditors. EBtate of Charles F. Wyatt, deceased Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of Charles F. Wyatt, deceased, to the creditors of, aud all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at "the office J. F Nugent, in 8ilver City, f Idaho, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate. Dated Maicli 31.1903. 7/ R. H. Walker, Administrator. J. F. Nugent, Attorney for Administrator. 45-4t Notice of Fo felture. To FRANK TREMMEL, his heirs and assigns: You are hereby notified, that I have expend ed, during the years of 1903 and 1904, in labor aud improvements upon the September mining claim situated on Florida mountain, in Carson mining district, Owyhee county, state of Idaho, thesuin of two hundred dollars; that such ex penditure was made in order to hold the said claim under the provisions of Section 2324, Re vised Statutes of the United States, and amend ments thereto, coucer. ing labor upon mining claims, being the amount iequired to hold the said claim for the period ending December 81, 1904, and if, within ninety days from the ser vice of this notice, (or within ninety days after this notice by publication), you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expendi ture as a co-owner, your interest, (being an un divided one-third interest in said claim), will become the property of the subscriber, under said Section 2324. Dated at Silver City, Idaho, February 14,1906. Joseph Holland, First pub. in Nugget Feb. 17.1905. Notice of Publication. Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day of y, 1905, at Payette, county of Canyon, state Idaho, proof will be submitted of the com pletion of works for the diversion of 40 cubic feet per second of the waters of Succor creek, in accordance with the terms and conditions of a certain permit heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the state of Idaho: 1. The nt>me of the person holding said per mit is Leroy V. Patch. 2. The post office address of such person is Payette, county of Canyon, state of Idaho. 3. The number of such permit is 94, and the date set for the completion of such work is July 20,1905 4. Said water is to be used for irrigation pur poses. 5. Said works of diversion will be fully com pleted on the da e set for such completion, and the amount of water which said works are capable of conducting to the place of intended use, in accordance with the plans ac companying the application for such permit, is 40 cubic*feet per second. 6. The amount of lands for which said water is available is 2000 acres, particularly desiribed as follows : Sections 24 and 25, tp. 4 N., R. 6 W. B. M., also sections 19, 30, 31 and 32, Tp. 4 N., R 44-4t Ma of 5W.B. M. Notice of Forfeiture. To Thomas J Flynn, his heirs and assigns; hereby notified that I have ex pended, during the year 1904, in labor and im provements upon the following named mining claims, to-wit: The "Blackbird," "Combina tion," "North Star," ' Deer Horn," a d '-Six teen to One," all located in an unorganized mining district, in Owyhee county, state of Idaho, and situated on or near Hardtrigger ek, about five miles from Givens' Warm Springs, in st»id county, the sum of Five Hun dred Dollars; such expenditure was made in order to hold said claims, under the provisions of section 2824, Revised Statutes of the United States, and amendments thereto, concerning labor upon milling claims. Now therefore, if you as my co-partner, claiming a one-half in terest in the said Blackbird, Combination, and North Star mining claims, and terest in the Deer Horn and Sixteen to One mining claims, shall, within ninety days after the service of this notice ^or within ninety days after this notice by publication), you fail or refuse to pay me your proportion of such expenditure as co-owner, being the amount required to hold the said claims îor the period ending December81, 1904, t«>-wit: fifty dollars for each of the three of said described claims in which you claim a one-half interest, and twen ty-five dollars each upon the two of said de scribed claims in which you claim a one fourth inter» st. making a total sum of two hundred dollars, for your share of labor performed and improvement made on said mining claims, made by me during the year 1904; and also pay f *r the advertisement of this notice in the Owy hee Nugget, your interest in all of the said de ibe.d mining claims shall be declared for reited to me, your co-owner, as provided by law. My address is Mineral, Idaho, but if more convenient for you, «ou may pay the said sum to the Recorder of Owyhee county, Idaho, at Silver City, who is hereby authorized to re ceive and receipt for same by me. at Silver City, Idaho, April 6 1905. John Nemanic. First publication April 7, 1905. Last publication July 7, 1905. You -fourth iu Dated Blbbirvs-Myer Co's Bld'g. SILVER CITY, - - - - IDAHO Receives Deposits subject to Check. Buys and sells Exchange. Interest Paid on time Deposits. I Timothy Shea, Cashier OWYHEE CHIEF Cigar Factory PETER STEELE Proprietor 1« a LEADING BRANDS Owyhee Chief Red Legs Marca Veulta Steele's Latest Santa Mara La Importe D® Cuba - La Perla SILVER CITY, IDA Uncalled for Suits at From the tailoring house of James P. Stiles & Co., Chioago, very reason able. Suits and overcoats made to order at from 815 to 840. Fit aud workmanship guaranteed. Order for the Holidays. Fall line of samples. At Idaho Hotel 20, 4 -A.. Byrd PROFESSIONAL CARDS 7/ THOS. FÄRBER, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Calla answered any hour of the day or night. DE LAMAR, IOAHO K. C. Cunningham ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR d careful Office near Idaho Hotel. Prompt attention given to all legal business Idaho Silver City, W. R. HAMILTON, M. I>. PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON J. Idaho 8 HATER CP Y, DR. F. S. HEER —dentist— IDAHO SILVER CITY, JOHN F. NUGENT ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW IDAHO SILVER CITY JOHN LAMB NOTARY PUBLIC SILVER CITY. IDAHO. SALOON! Eating House <§c Feed Barn | r A Is now prepared to furnish first-class meals and lodging for man and beast nr Wines Liquors cigars . Brancajj F». F ■'I G-eorge O. Sampson LIVERYMAN RROPRIETOR OF MURPHY, SILVER CITY, DEWEY and DELAMAR STAGE LINES tS^The best facilities for transportation between the railway ter minus to aud from Silver City, DeLamar, or other points in Owyhee. Keep good mountain rigs, with good stock aud Careful Drivers. Stables at Silver City and Murphy Proprietor George O. Sampson J V* The Capttol Hotel , BOISE CITY , IDAHO FIRST-CLASS THROUGHOUT HEADQUARTERS FOR OW Y HEEITES ^ NS* Manager FHAJVK. BLACKIJVGEK V« THE BEST EQUIPPED HOSTELBY IN OWYHEE COUNTY 75he DEWEY HOTEL DEWEY. IDAHO HEATED THROUGHOUT BY STEAM. LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY. Proprietor MARK COLBORN SOCIETY CARDS K nights of pytiiias, silver city Lodge No. 26, K. of P. Regular meetings every Tuesday evening at 7:30, in Masonic Hail. All brethern In good standing are cordially in vited to attend. Leo Wogotke, C. C. Tohn Grete, K. of R. and 8. C YRU8 CHAPTER NO 2, R. A. M.-Meets every fourth Wednesday of each mouths. So journing companions cordially invited to attend. R. H. Britt, Ex. H. P. R. H. Leonard, Jr., Secretary. S ILVER CITY LODGE NO. 13, A. F. & A. M. Meets the Second Wednesday of each mouth. Sojourning brethern cordially invited to attend. Frederic Irwin, W. M. J. S. St. Clair, Secretary. K nights of pythias, delamar lodge, No. 29. Meetings Friday evenings at . in Castle Hall. B. A. Heazle. K. of R. and S. 7:30 p. H. 8. Simmons, C. O. U LLA REBEKAH LODGE, NO 31, meets the second and fourth Wednesday In each month at Odd Fellow's Hall. Visiting members in good standing cordially Invi ted. Ei.iza Mitchell, Secretary. Emma Rodda, N. G. O WYHEE LODGE NO. 2, I. O. O. F., Silver City, Idaho. Meets every Friday night. Sojourning Brethern always welcome. W. R. Hamilton, N. G. R. H. Leonard, Jr., Secretary. F lorida mountain lodge no. \i k. of p., meets every Wednesday at theii Castle Hall, in Dewey, Idaho. Visiting brother- are cordially invited. William Inglis, K. of R. and S. W. H.BBtr, C.C.