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INVEST IT WHERE IT WILL NOT ONLY BE PERFECTLY SAFE, BUT :::::: WHER.E IT WILL EARN THE MOST YOU WILL HAVE THAT KIND OF AN IN VESTMENT IF YOU Buy Lots in ELLIS AD DITION to BOISE j* > Write us for full particulurs of tliie most desirable res idence property. We sell these lots ou small monthly payments. They are going fast, for there is where the city is building up rapidly. W. E, PIERCE «, CO.. Boise. Idaho We have the Bargains The Old Reliable Real Estate Dealers Ferry's Free Seed Book. For half a ceDturv thousands and thousands of farmers and gardeners have regarded "Ferry's Seed Annual" as the best guide not ouly for the buying of seeds, hut for their planting and care. Daily reference to its text and ihustra tiens proves it to be the actual begin ning of a successful seasou. The new editiou for 1908 is now ready for free mailing to all who write to the publish ers for a copy. It is a high tribute to the house of D. M. Ferry & Co., that two generations have planted Ferry's seeds, each suc ceeding year adding to the confidence that "seed trouble" will never arise when Ferry's seeds are p'auted as "Fer ry's Seed Annual" says they should be. Another remarkable feature develop ed by the house of Ferry is the method of distributing seeds to dealers through out the country so that the plauters everywhere can secure at their home store exactly what they want when they want it, that it is fresh and fertile. Everyone should send at once to D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit, Mich , for the 1908 editiou of "Ferry's Seed Annual." itii the absolute assurauoe Legal Notices. Notice for Publication. Desert Land, Final Proof U. 8. Land Office at Boise, Idaho, ) December 13, 1907. \ Notice is hereby given that Mary J. Deary of Pleasant Valley, Idaho has filed notice of inten tion to make proof on her deserl-iand claim No. 2187, for the WHNWJi. WHSW}*. Sec 26, Lots 1, 2.3 4, Sec. 27, T. 6 3., R. 6 W. B. M.,before F. 8. Heer, probate judge; at Silver City, I aho, on Thursday, the 30th day of January, 1908. She names the following witnesses to prove the com plete irrigation and reclamation of said laud: Joseph Lessman of Cliff's, Idaho, Chris Dris coll of Pleasant Valley, Idaho, Harry Wilson of Cliffte, Idaho, Arthur Drummond of Cliffs, Idaho. Addison T. Smith, Register. 36 Notice of Forfeiture. TO FRANK PIN ANA, PETER PINANA, LOU ISA PA NANA ami ALBINO MATASCI. their heirs or ussigns: You and each of you are hereby notified that we have expended one hundred dollars in labor upon the WILDIA LODE Mining Claim; situat in French Mining District, county of Owyhee, state of Id ho, as will appear by certificate filed November 22, 1907, being the amount required to hold said claim for the year ending Decem ber 81,1907. under the provisions of Section 2324. Revised Staute* of the United Stales. If within 90 da> s from the service of this no tice (or within ninety days after this notice by publication) »ou fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure, your interest iu said claim will become the property of the subscribers under said section 2324 ROBERT H. LEONARD, Jr. P. F. BRANCA 46 Silver City, Idaho, January 3,1908. Notice of Foi feiture. TO C. R. CONKLK, liis heirs and You are hereby notified that I have expended two hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the Land Hide and Hill Top Lode Mining Claims, »itua'ed in Carson Alining District. County of Owyhee, and State of Idaho, as will appear by certificates filed December 23rd, 1907, in the office of the Recorder of said County, in order to hold said premises under the provis ions of Section 2321 Revised Statutes United Stat uigns: ».being the umonut required tc hold the Slime for the year ending December 31, 1907. And if within ninety day» from the ser vice of th s notice (or within ninety days after thisu .titc by publication), your fail or refuse to contribute your proportion ot such expenditure »f t e tier, your interest in said claim* rill become the property of the subscriber under said section 2324. A. VV MAKTZ. Dated January io, 1907. 47 Notice for Publication. Desert Land, Final Proof. United States Land Office. Boise. Idaho, ( December 13, 1007. | Notice is hereby given that Joseph t. Lessmau of Cliffs Idaho, has filed notice of intention to make proof of his desert-land claim No. 2061. for land commencing four and one-half miles East of poet No 81, on state tine, between Ore gon and Idaho; thence East 80 rods to stone; thence Month 240 rods to Stone ; thence West 80 rods to Stone; thence south 240 rods to Stone; thence West 80 rods to Stone; thence North 400 rods to Stone ; thence East 80 rods to stone; thence North 80 rods to stone and place of beginning in Owyhee county, Idaho, before Probate Judge F. S. Heer, at Silver City, Ida., on Thursday, the SOIh duy of January, 1908. fitnesses to prove and seclamation of said He names the loi lowing the complete irrigati land: Harry Wilson of Cliffs, Idaho A. Drummond *• ** Bas Deary, Jr., of Pleasant Valley, Idaho. Chris Driscoll « » " 3« Addison T. Smith, Register. Notice of Publica.tion. Notice is hereby given that at 2 p. m., on the 29th day of January, 1908, at Silver City, county of Owyhee, state of Idaho, before F. S. Heer proof will be submi ted of the comple tion of works for the diversion of 6.4 cubic feet per second of the waters ot Juniper Creek, Owyhee County, in accordance with ihe terms and conditions of a certain permit heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The nurne of the person holding said permit is Joseph Lessmau. 2. The postottice address of such person is Clift's, County of Owyhee, Sta'e of Idaho. 3. The number of such permit is 8332, and the date set for the completion of such work is December 28, 1909. 4. Said water to be used for irrigation and do mestic purposes. 5. Said works of diversion will be fully com pleted on the date set for such completion, and the amount of water which said works are cap able of conducting to the place of intended use, In accordance with the plans accompanying the application for such permit, is 6.4 t uoiefeet per second. 6. The amouut of lands lor which said is available is 320 acres, particularly described as follows: Uusurveyed, commencing 4 l £ miles east of mile post No. 81 on Oregon & Idaho State line; thence east 160 rods to stone; theuce south 320 rods to stone; theuce west 160 rods to stone; thence north320 rods to stone and place of be ginning. •a 1er Jab. Stephenson Jk., State Engineer Notice of Forfeitnre. TO MARY MORGAN, her heirs and assigns. You are hereby notified that I have expended two hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the Ct.lMAX Lode Mining Claim, situat ed on War Eagle mountain, iu the Carson Min ing Dl.trict, Comity of Owyhee, und State of Idaho, (100 00 having been expended during the year of 1807), the ertifleate of 1907 having been filed November öth, 1907, in the offlee of the Re corder of said county, in order t premises under the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United Mmes, being the amount requited to boll the same for the year euding December 3tst. 1900, and the year ending December 3'st, 1907. And It, ninety days from the service of this notice (or within ninety days alter this notice by publica tion), you fail or refuse to crutribute your pro portion of such expenditure a« a Co owner your interest in said claim will become the property of tho subscriber under said Section 2324. hold said i thin CHRIS FAKKELl. Dated this 10th day of January, 1908 47 Notice to Ci\ ditors. Estate ok John Waoenkr, Deceased : Not ce is hereby given that Ihe ndersignc.d Executor of the estate of John Wagoner, deceas ed to the creditors of, and unpersons having claims again t the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers months after the first pnblicati to Henry it. Ward at the low office of T. D. Cahalan, 2U6 and 207 Sonua block, Boise, Idaho, in the county of Ada, Idaho. itliiu ten of this notice Henry B. Ward, Executor of the estate of John Wagener, deceased. Dated January 7th. 1908. 38 Edward Hughes' portrait of Queen Alexandra is considered v . . , . „ , ^ best ever painted. Oil COIliplt 1 - tion her majesty Carefully SCru tinized it and with the feminine • . . . , lllut viewpoint said : "I fear it flatters me, but that is how I would like to be rem^mhprpH " * I I 60 YEARS' . EXPERIENCE •TT 'MnflBHHB* Trade Marks r^ÊÊÊÊÊK* Designs ' fUH Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sketch and description quickly oscertiiin our opinion free whether invention Is probably patentable- Communica tions strictly confidential. HANHROOK sent free. Oldest n Patents taken special notice , without charge, lu the mai Patents agency for socuriiig patents, through Muuu & Co. receive Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. liargest cir culation of any scientific journal. Terms, |3 a year; four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers. & Co. 36,Broad * a »- New York Branch Office, 626 F St* Washington, D. 0. FENCE POSTS MADE DUR ABLE. Wood Given Sixteen Years' Ad ditional Service by Preserva tive treatment. Fence posts of many kinds of cheap woods which ordinarily would soon decay if set in the ground can be made to last for twenty years by a simple treat ment of creosote. Most of the so-called "inferior" woods are well adapted to the treatment, and this is especially true of cot tonwood, aspen, willow, syca more, low-grade'pines, and some of the gums. When properly treated, these woods outlast un treated cedar and oak, which are becoming too scarce and too much in demand for other uses to allow of their meeting the de mand for posts. Impregnation with creosote has been greatly cheapened by the introduction of the "open tank," which can be installed at a cost of from $30 to$45, or much less if an old boiler is used. A tank with a bottom 12 square feet in area will suffice to treat 40 or 50 six-inch posts a day or double this number when two runs per day can be made. The absorption of creosote per post is about as follows: Eucalyptus one-tenth of a gallon; willow, two-tenths gallon; sassafrass, ash, hickory, red oak, water oak, elm and maple, four tenths gal lon; Douglas fir, quaking aspen, and black walnut, six-tenths gal lon; sycamore, cottonwood, and lodgepole pine, seven-tenths gal lon. The price of creosote is about 10 cents per gallon in the east and middle west, 10 cents per gallon on the Pacific coast, and 27 cents per gallon in the Rocky mountain states. The cost of treating a post will there fore vary from 4 to 15 cents. Properly treated it should give service for at least twenty years. Experiments of the Forest Ser vice show that with- preserva tive treatment the durability of lodgepole pine in Idaho is in creased sixteen years. The cost of creosote there relatively high, yet by treating posts there is a saving, with interest at 6 per cent, of 2 cents per post yearly. More important than the sav ing, however, is the fact that through preservative treatment other woods are fitted to take the place of cedar, of which sup ply is rapidly becoming exhaust ed. A detailed description of ex periments in preserving fence posts is contained in Circular - I 117 of the Forest Service. This THE SILVER CITY SUPPLY CO,. With Stores At Silver City and DeLamar Carry Full Stocks Of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Including Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Rubbers, Dry Goods, Groceries, etc. etc. Mias Goods k Mels iov ob tie Road LAMM <& CO.'s W mm / i HIGH CLASS ff M m m H/ CLOTHING % Hi U im tfiffl Ordered from Samples. Leave your Measures and select Style and Goods. I ; /■ \m i r V ; ' m SHARE'S HOTEL NAMPA. IDAHO New Building, Electric LightP, Steam Heated, Large, Fine and Well Furnished Apartments, Toilet and Bathrooms. European Plan. Fine Restaurant. Good Accommodations for Families, Ladies and Gentlemen. Terms Reasonably Low. A First Class Family Hotel. CHARLES E. SHAKE Proprietor I f OWYHEE MEAT COMPANY i m m I I .Toliu Turmes out! Fret! Ulmer I » I 'G> (O' 8 ! i ■ I Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh m m I m m i t i All Kinds of S I SAUSAGES m « É .A. Sp>eoia,rty At The Same Old Stand M 1 % m •LL, publication can be had upon ap plication to the Forest Service at Washington. Attention, Ladies! Mrs. Mills will keep a full line of mil lmery at the oid stand iu Silver City, iu chage of Miss Hastings, and invites her patrous to call upon her. Hastings will take orders for any ar ticles she may not have iu stock, which will be promptly supplied. M iss >j; lll.l-OSTßATEB~^ aggcfftPTivE Perry's Seeds are tne best known and the most reliable seeds grown. Every package has behind it the reputation of a house whose business standards are the highest In the trade. Ferrj '» 1908 Seed Annual will be mailed FREE to all applicants. It contains colored plates, many engravings, and full descriptions, prices and direction# for planting over 1300 varieties ot Vegetable and Flower Seeds. Invaluable to all. Send for it. D. M. FERRY 6l CO., Detroit, Mich.