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ADDITION AT BOISE The Best Residence Properly in the Capital City Streetcar lines, city water, shade trees, b eautiful view. City is growing rapidly there. No Sa.fer Investment in the North west. Sure to Make BIG MONEY Low Prices and Easy Terms. Monthly Pay ments if desired. Write to-day for full particulars. h ii h W. E. PIERCE «- CO.. Boise. Idaho We have the Bargains The Old Reliable Real Estate Dealers Legal Notices. Notice of Forfeiture. TO FRANK PINANA, PETER PINANA, LOU ISA PAN ANA and ALBINO MATASCI, their heirs or assigns: You and each of you are hereby notified that we have expended one hundred dollars in labor upon the WILDIA LODE Mining Claim; situât 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 31, 1907, under the provisions of Section 2324. Revised Statutes of the United States. If within 90 days 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 in said claim will become the property of the subscribers under said Section 8324. ROBERT H. LEONARD, Jr. P. F. BRANCA 46 Silver City, Idaho, January 3, 1908. Notice of Foi friture. TO C. R. CONKLE, his heirs and assigns: You are hereby notified that I have expended two hundred dollars in labor and improvement« upon the Land Slide and Hill Top Lode Mining Clal County of Owyhee, and State of Idaho, 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 2324 Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold the same for the year ending December 31, 1907. And if within ninety days from the ser vice of this notice (or within ninety days after this notite by publication), your fail or refuse to contribute your proportion ot such expenditure as a co-owner, your interest in said claims will become the property of the subscriber under said section 2324. Dated January 10, 1907. , Hiluated in Carson Mining District, will A. WMARTZ. 47 Dated January 10, 1907. 47 Notice of Forfeiture. To the Heirs and Assigns of George O. Samp son, deceased. You hereby notified, that I have expended the sum of One Hundred Dollars, in labor upon the Last Chance Mining Claim, located east -of the Oro Fino Mine, in French Mining District Owyhee County, State of Idaho, as will appear by certificate filed iu the office of the Recorder of said county, being the amount required to ho'd said claim for the year ending December 31. 1907, under the provisions of Section 2324 Re vised Statutes of the United States. If, within ninety days after the service of this notice, ('>r within ninety days after notice by publication,) you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure, your in terest iu s ild claim will become the propertyof the subscriber. 50 George Sculaack. Silver City, Idaho, Jan'y 24, 19(0. Notice of Forfeiture. TO MARY MORGAN, her heirs and assigns. You are hereby notified that I have expended two hundred dollars in labor aud improvements upon the CLIMAX Lode Mining Clt.im, situat ed on War Eagle mountain, in the Carson Min ing District, County of Owyhee, and State of Idaho, (100 00 haying been expended during the year of 1907), the crtlfleate of 1907 having been filed November 5th, 1907, in the office of the Re corder of said county, in order to hold said premises under the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United 'Hates, being the amount required to hold the same for ihe year ending December Bist. 1906, and the year ending Dei ember 31st, 1907. And if, within ninety days from the service of this notice (or within ninety days after 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 thj subscriber under said Section 2324. CHRIS FARRELL. Dated this 10th day of January, 15)08 Notice of Publication. (Notice of Proof of Application oi Water to lien eficial Use.) Notice is hereby gnen that ou the Rrd day ol March, 15)08, at Enterprise, County of Owyhee State of Idaho, proof will be submitted of the application to beneficial use of 6.4 cubic feet p< 1 second of the waters of Squaw creek in ac cordance with the terms and conditions of Per mit No. '2509 heretofore issued by the Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The name and postoffice address of the per eon holding Baid permit is Lydia P. Griffith, En terprise. Idaho. $5. The use to which said water has been ap plied is irrigation and domestic use. 3. The amount applied to beneficial use is6.4 cubic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used is 8ec. 1, Ey t 8EJ4 Sec. 2, NV£ N WJ4 Sec. 12, Twp. 1 N., R. 4 W. B. M. 5. The name of the canal or ditch other works by which said water is conducted to such place of is Opaline ditch. 6. The right to take the water from su h works is based upon Permit No. 2509. 7. The source of supply from which such wat er is derived is Pquuw Creek. 8. The date or priority which said user is pre pared to establish is January 10,1907. Jas. Stephenson, jr, State Engineer. 41 Notice of Forfeiture. To the officers, directors and shareholders in the South Sinker Gold aud Silver Mining company and all persons claiming an interest in the property belonging to the said company, their heirs or ussigns: You are all and seveially hereby notified, that I have performed one hundred dollars worth of labor upon the Lucky Friday, Wedge, Eeb and Underpiise Mining claims, in F district, being one hundred dollars expended up on each of the said claims, respectively, for the purpose of holding the said claims for the year 1907, as requiied by the provisions of Section 2321 of the Revised Statutes of the United States Now, you who are delinquent, unless within ninety days (or within ninety days after pub lication of this notice) yon shall fail or refuse to pay your proportion of said amount, including cost of this advertisement, your interest in said mining claims will be declared forfeited to in accordance with the provisions of said Sec tion 2824 U. S. Revised Statutes. <h Mining 2 JAMES D. DEMMING Silver City, Idaho, Feb. 14, 1908. Notice to Stockmen. Every Stockman who enters this county with stock must notify the As sessor within ten davs of such entry, and at the same time he shall make aud deliver to the Assessor a written state ment showing the uumber, description aud different kinds of such live stock belonging to him, together with their marks and brands, w heu practicable, and for what length of time they shall be in the county duriug the flseial year. Any person or persons who neglect to give such uotice will be prosecuted to th© full ©Xt©ut, of the law. M. M Krieg, Assessor and Ex-officio Tax Collector, Owyhee County, Idaho. Attention, Ladies! Mrs. Mills will keep a full line of mil littery at the oid stand iu Silver City, in cha ge of viiss Hastings, and invites her patrons to call upon her. Hastings will take orders for tides she may not have in stock, which will be promptly supplied. Miss any ar Any Suit iu the house for 815. Sweeney, Silver City. Black Silk Liquid Stove Polish and a new supply of National Cook Stoves just arrived at Philipp's. V >f Solver No Second. Chance l sonso Has Y\ •ko the most eft': 'ts Ü SEESI& have made and kept Ferry's Seed Bast ness the largest iu Hie world—merit tells. Ferry's Seed Annual for 1908 tells the whole Seed Story—sent F IEEE for theasUng. Don't needs till you get it. 0. M. FERRY & C3., Cethqit, Mich. ! STATE NEWS. The town of Gooding is to have a bank. A farm of 34 acres in the Payette valley sold last week for 83,500. Idaho was well. represented at the Dry Farmingcongress iu Salt Lake, hav ing a total of 55 delegates. Eggs are now selliug in Boise at 35 cents, after several weeks of hovering around the 55 cent mark. Warden Whitney has about fifty con victs at work building the capital state wagon road from the penitentiary to the state stone quary The United Presbyteriauchurch peo pie of Nampa have purchased a site for a new church. It is the intention to erect à flue building on the site. The annual meeting of the Idaho Congress of Mothers was held at Nam pa on Feb' y 11. The death of John Smearage of Em mett removes oue of the oldest settlers in this section. He was boru in Maine in 1815 and came to Idaho iu I860. Counterfeit cashier's clucks have made their appearance in Boise, and the Boise National bank has called all their cashier checks in iu an effort to stop further passiug of the counter feits. Donald and Hugh Winn, aged 8 9, respectively, young sons of Mr. and Mrs. U. P. Wiuu, were drowned iu slough near Payette by breaking through the thin ice which covered the water. A resident of Nampa has some jas mine in the yard which has been in bloom all winter, and many of the buds of which are just coming out. a good recommendation for the soutli ern Idaho climate. ana a This is Mabel Saxtou, the three-year-old daughter of C. E. Saxtou and wife, five miles north of Nampa, who was terrib ly burned by falliug into a tub of scalding water, will recover. It was at first thought the child was fatally in jured. jured. "Directois of tlie Coeur d'Aleue Com mercial club have takeu formal steps to have the couuty seat removed from Kathdrum to Coeur d'Alene, asking submission of the the questiou to the county electors at the general electiou iu November. The Indian appropriation bill carnet §100,000 for the irrigation system the Fort Hall reservation. on The appro priation for the Coeur d'Alene Indians reduced Î500. All other appropriations for Idaho Indians are the same usual. as The receut improvements at Albion in the way of the completion of the dormitories, installation light plant, school building, and so on, tiiis school an equipment second to none in the siate. The Interstate Commerce commis sion will have a hearing February the 28th ou complaint of eastern Washing ton and Idaho lumber manufacturers gainst the increased rate of lumber shipped to Missouri river valley points and eastward. Klohr Fox, a young man of Caldwell, was last week adjudged insane. Fox was a particularly bright lad, but was thrown from a horse when about 12 years of age, an 1 sustained injuries which ultimately resulted in the loss of his mind of electric erection of the Mode! have given The report of Superintendent Hoover of the Rlaekfoot asylum, made to the governor, stiows to'al values of real es* täte, furniture, etc., there belougiug to the state amouuts to the 8273 092 30 . neat sum of The farm consists of 022 acres. James Regan, a rancher, living at King Hill, was run over and instantly killed at Glenns Ferry January 30. It seems that Regan unmarried, Nothing is ou was picking up coal aloug the track and failed to bear the train. 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. We Strive To Please Everybody LAMM CO.'s mmm mb /. / HIGH CLASS A /■P bmke| CLOTHING •,'j kjÇ :-s • - IftiM Ordered from amples. Leave your Measures and select Style and Goods. \\ R .. I kT •'V. ■ iU & k ; SHARE'S HOTEL NAMPA. IDAHO New Building, Electric Lights, Steam Heated, Large, Fine and Well Furnished Apartments, Toilet and Bathrooms. European Plan. Fine Restaurant. Good Accommodations for Families, Terms Reasonably Low. A First Class Family Hotel. Ladies and Gentlemen. CHAULES E. SHAKE Proprietor on mm mmtm « I f OWYHEE MEAT COMPANY m m I 1 I Joint Turmes nix! Fred ITIiner 1 Ë S. 'G) (O' ! I I Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh W m I I 3VE EJ T S i w m I i All Kinds of I m 8 SAUSAGES ■ft m m -A. Specialty At The Same Old Stand i m M ! M known of his relatives. Practically all the work for construct ing the canals on the pumping system of the Minidoka project has been spok en for by the settlers, who, under the co operative plan authorized by the government several months ago, are to construct the canals. A most important piece of equip ment lias recently beeu added in the civil engineering department of the University of Idaho, at Moscow. It is a 200,000-pound capacity Olsen univers a ' al testing machine, with beam exten tions for breaking full size timbers in transverse teste. Rowett has just received and placed on his shelves a consignment of Edison phouographs, with a great variety of the latest records produced by that machine. When voii want a perfect Phonograph von will find that the Edi son stand at the bead of the list for dearness and d'stinctiveness, as well a great variety of records.