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A FEW SAMPLE PRICES Men's Furnishings • Dry Goods and Bedding . » < « ( Is Our Strong Suit a, nd Comparison is the Men's Heavy Fleece Underwear, Only 75c a garment. Men's Natural Wool Underwear, same as sold for $1.25 a garment, my price Only 75c. Men's Work Shirts from 35c and up. Men's Horsehide Gloves 40c. Hats,[Caps and Shoes at prices that will sell the goods. '■ Full Size 10x4 Sheet Blankets at 75c, < I 31 in. Percale Only 10c per yard. Simpson's Prints 6c per yard. « ► « I ► Only 15c Flannelette for 10c. I I True Test ► Children's Hose and Underwear in great variety, and at money - saving prices. ► '• I of 5 I 1 VaJvies t L.S Honstead s >* I STATE NEWs ] I EXCHANGE GLEANINGS I Plans have been drawn for a $10,000 city hall at Caldwell. It will be a handsome three-story structure. The contract for building the new Canyon county court house at Caldwell has been awarded to Whitney & Hicks. Three bootleggers of Rupert, one of the new towns on the Minidoka project, were given a fine and costs amounting to $145 each and their bartenders received $20 each and costs. The Emmett schools have been closed on account of diphtheria. One of Dr. Loder's little boys died last week from the disease and a number of other cases are report ed in the community. The Nez Perce Indian land pro prietors have just concluded figur up their rent rolls, and find that they are $20,000 richer this year from rentals of allotted lands than they were this time a year ago. ■ There is quite a merry war on over the Nampa postmastership. m >) » TO I I Grand I HI Christmas 1 Ball I i m M Hall m At Lower Masonic SILVER. CITY 1 I 1 ! f05l § 4 « m I 1 f ï jj^ Urvder the Auspices of JMirieLin Lodge No. 2 " Daughters o f Rebekah I 1 ï m m m I —COMMITTEES— 1 I Arrangements—A ll the lady members of the i.odge. : Door Keepers-Mts. Melissa Scot', Mrs Selma Brunzeli. Floor Managers- -Branch H. Smith, C. E. Breedlove, 1 îjjiïji'" Charles Johnson. m I ï m ï m m m I m, m ; I A General Invitation Extended 1 m. Mû TICKETS $1.50 >* Postmaster General Cortelyou fav ors the re-appointment of A. G. Nettleton. Representative French has recommended the appointment of Victor Elver and Senator Hey* burn concurs in the recommenda tion. Work on the beet sugar factory at Nampa is now under full head The contract for grading tin way. spur to be run from the Boise branch has been let. plant at Payette is not progressing so well, and may be delayed other season. It seems the an Two farmers on the Twin Falls tract are reported to have raised crop enough each off of a 160 of land last season, to pay all ex penses, and pay for the land sides, which cost them $25 The expenses includes the clearing uff of the sagebrush and the break ing of the ground. acres De an acre. It is suggested that "a good for visitors to Boise to avoid tin typhoid contagion is to either deny themselves the privilege of a drink or tote a bottle of boiled along with them.' wa\ water We were under the impression that the privilege of taking a drink had been denied in that town for some time. Governor Chamberlain h nounced the appointment of Job M. Gearin. of Portland, to succeed the late John H. Mitchell, United States senator from Oregon. Mr. Gearin is a democrat but had the endorsement of not only the dem ocratic party in his state, but also that of some of the staunchest publicans. The appointee will sit in congress until March 4, 1907, unless bis tenure should be ended by the legislature, will meet in regular session in Jan uary, 1907. as an n re sooner which Emmett Index: Elmer For shay's corps of surveyors ran into a petrified forest last week while making the survey for the south side ditch. Some beautiful mens were found of agate wood some had the gleam of opals, others resembled onyx, speci and from glistened brilliant red and and purple. one green Through nearly all the specimens there runs a vein of jet black, closely resembling pol ished ebony. One large piece brought itf that had the f was ippear was 8o ance of a decayed log, but it haid that a hammer to break it. was necessary The grain of the wood and even the knots couli be pi i ly seen. The petrification« m were found in a gulch about half a mile south of the West fruit farm, of town. east CHURCH SERVICES. 1 1 Methodist —Preaching service at I i Mrs. Mills' parlor on the first and third . j Sundays of each month, aud on Satur ' day eveuing also. The public invited. Geo. P. Pemberton, Pastor. » 5$» HP limmffli <f|| Tjfcdo Mark There more McCall Patterns sold in the United States than of any other make of patterns. This is on account of their style, accuracy and simplicity. McCall'« Magazine (The Queen of Fashion) has more subscribers than any other Ladies'Magazine. One year's subscription (12 numbers) costs 50 cents. Latest number, 5 cents. Every subscriber gets a McCall Pat Subacribe today, line! y Agents Wanted. Handsome premiums or liberal cash commission. Pattern Catalogue ( of Geo de. signs) and Premium Catalogua (showing 400 premiums) sent free. Address THE McCALL CO., New York. ► ► tern Free. I ► ► 5 Make Quality# Ferry's, yield of quantity and When your father planted they were the best market, but they have been improv slnce. We are experts in flower and vegetable Reeds. 1906 Seed Annual, beautifully Illus trated, free to all applicants. D. M. FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich. the Ing Exclusive Hardware GLASS AND PAINTS ! I ' • •• Tinshop a.nd Plximbing in Connection J* s' f i ? Tip. H. Pfillipp £ Silver City, Idaho REGULAR Trips Between DeLamar and Silver City. Stage de parts front Delninnr at S a. m. >eparts from Silver on return trip at 2 p. in. l'assengers and Freight carried. Stops at Ifewoy en route. Delamar Livery, Feed and sale STABLes CHARLES FORNEY, - Proprietor I Star Livery Stable NAMPA IDAHO Board ami Feed at Reasonable Rates. Good rigs, careful drivers. B BISSETT BROS., Proprietors , 50 YEARS' L EXPERIENCE; Patents I HAlifc iVIAKrVS) Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sketch and description msy quickly ascertain our opinion free whether a i invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patente sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive I peclal notice , without c harg e, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weeklv. Largest clr. culatiou of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a year; four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. MM ^Co. 361 " a »' New York branch O. O, 025 F St- Washington. D, C. to I on # OWYHEE MEAT MARKET m m I i 1 w Turmes & Ulmer, Proprietors I I I A Supply of the best Fresh and Salt I i $ I I w I I Sausages, Etc. The oldest established Market in Owyhee County « « m m m I I I ■SHOPS LOCATED AT Dewey I Silver City DeLamar I Owyb.ee Brewery t3 JL-ViER, CITY IDAHO Ï3KI-CR Guaranteed to be a Pure Hop and Barley Product— a healthful and delicious tonic beverage. Ö I"«i- Hale by tlie Barrel or Hoitle FRITZ SCHLEIFER, Proprietor JOB PRINTING Is our long 1 suit and if in need of anything in our line, s uch as Letter Heads, Bill Heads, etc. Check Books, Business Cards, Circulars or any thing printable, call and see us or write us. orders p romptly fil 1 ed. All ■c Q. 'S he NUGGET 5 SILVER CITY Ü Bibbins-Myei C°'s Bld'e. SILVEIt CITY, - - - IDAHO Receives Deposits subject to Check. Buys and sells Exchange. Interest Paid on time Deposits. 8. D. McLain, Cashier JAS. GOODWIN Practical Mining' Mines examined in the vicinity of Silver Citv DeLamar, South Mountain, Sugar Loaf ' Pixlcy Hasin. Reliable information concerning capitalization, stocks aud values. Reports guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. <i Residence. DEWEY, IDAHO.