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You cannot find anything safer or more promising than lots in :: :: :: :: ELLIS ADDITION To Boise Boise people are buying more property in this addition than in all other addi tions. They know its value and that it will not be long before it will be well . built up. GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR BIG PROFITS. The Prices are low; Terms easy. :: :: :: :: :: W. E. PIERCE A CO., Boise, Idaho The Old Reliable Real Instate Dealers We have the Bargains LegaJ Notices. Notice of Forfeiture. TO FRANK PINANA, PETER PINANA, LOU ISA PANANA and ALBINO MATASCI, their heirs or assigns: You and each of you are hereby notified that wc have expended 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 31,1907, under the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Sta'uies of the United States. If within 90 days from the sei vice of this no tice (or within ninety days after this notice by publication) you 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 2324 ROBERT H. LEONARD, Jr. P. F. BRANCA hundred dollars in labor 46 Silver City, Idaho, January 3,1908. Notice of Foi feiture. TO O. R. CONKLE, his heirs and asnigns: hereby notified that I have expended You two hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the Land Slide and Hill Top Lode Mining Claims, situated in Carson Mining District, County of Owyhee, and State of Idaho, as appear by certificates filed December 23rd, 1907. in the office of the Recorder of said County, in order to hold said premises ions of Section 2324 Revised Statutes of the .P der the provis »qnired to United States, being the amount hold the same for the year ending December 31, 1907. And if wlthiu ninety days from the ser vice of this notice (or within ninety days after this notite by publication), your fail coniribute your proportion of such expenditure us a co-owner, your interest in said claims will become the properly of the subscriber uuder A. YV MARTZ. refuse to said section 2324. Dated January 10, 1907. 47 Notice of Forfeiture. To the IIcii b and Assigns of George O. Samp son, deceased. You are 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 in 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 pupblication,) you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure, your in terest in said claim will become the properly of the subscriber. George Sculaacx. 50 Silver City, Idaho, Jan'y 24, 1908. Notice < f Forfeiture. TO MARY M< »RGAN. her hens and assigns. You are hereby notified that I have expended two hundred dollars in labor aud improvements upon the CLIMAX Lode Mining Cb.im, situat ed ou YVar Eagie mountain, iu the Carson Min ing Dbtrict, County of Owyhee, and State of Idaho. (100 00 haying been expended during the of 1907), the crtificate of 1907 having been filed November 5th, 1907, in the office of th • Re corder of said county, iu order to hold said premises under the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United ^t-ates. being the amount, required to hold the same for ihe year oudiug December 31st. 1906, and the year ending December 8tst, 1907. Aud 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 cratribute your pro portion of such expenditure as a co owner your interest in said claim will become the property of ttu; subscriber under said Section 2324. CHRIS FARRELl.. 47 Dated this 10th day of January, 1908 Contest Notice. Department of the Interior, Uni'ed States ^ Land Office. Boise, Idaho, February 11,1908. I A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Lynn E. McKeeth, Grandview, Idaho, conte -taut, against desert-land entry No. *23_6, mi.de January 29, 1906, for Lots 5 and 6, Section 31, Township 4 South, Range 3 East. B. M., byCharlesC Graves, Mountainhome,Idaho, Contestée, n wh ch it is alleged that "Said Charles C. Graves has not. complied with the law relative to the expendPu»e of the required amount of money upon said land «luring the secoud year of said desert entry, viz: January '29, 1907, to January 29. 1908; that said Charles C. expended $1.00 per acre upon Graves bas said desert claim during aud for the year. Jan. *29 19117, to January *29 1906; that Charles C. Graves has uot filed proof of Ihe annual expendi ture o at least $1.00 per acre upon said desert entry and upon said land during the second year of said entry, viz January 29, 1907, to January 29, 1908, as required by law and the Act of March I 3, 1877 and amendment of March 3, 1891, such proof to consist of his affidavit, corroborated by the affidavits of two witnesses, showing that the full sum of $1.00 per acre has been expended dur ing such year and the manner i pended." Said parties are hereby notified to appear, re spond and offer evidence touching said allega tion a> 10 o'clock a m. on April 10, 1908, before the Register and Receiver at. the Uniied States Laud Office In Boise, Idaho. The said contestant having, in a proper affi davit. filed February in, 1908. set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this not ce can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due .'hieb and proper publication. Wm. Balderston, Register. Y. Tinker, Receiver Fi 46 Notice of Forfeiture. To the officers, directors and shareholders in the South Sinker Gold aud Silver Mining company interest in the and all persons claiming property belonging to the said company, their assigus: heirs You are all and severally hereby notified, that I have performed one hundred dollars worth of labor upon the Lucky Friday, Wedge, Eeb and Underpiise Mining claims, in Fremh Mining 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 required by the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States Now, you who are delinquent, unless within ninety dajs (or within uiuety days after pub lication of this notice) you shall fail or refuse to puy your proportion of said amount, including cost of this advertisement, jour interest in said mining cla.ms will be declared forfeited to iu accordance with the provisions of said Sec tion 2324 U. S. Revised Statutes. 2 JAMES D. DEMMING. Silver City, Idaho, Feb. 14, 1908. Notice of Application For United States Patent, United States Land Office, Boise, Idaho, February 15, 1908. Mineral Application No. 440. Survey No. 2295. Notice is hereby given that iu pursuance of the Aci of Congress approved May 10, 1872, the Ban ner M ningand Milling Company, a corporation organized uuder the laws of the State of Idaho, having its principle place of business at 8ilver City, Owyhee Countj, Idaho, by Peter Steele, a citizen of the Uniied Stales, over the age of twenty-one years, iis attorney iu fact, duly au thorize in behalf of said company to make this application, whose postoffice address is Silver City, Owyhee county, Idaho, has made applica tion for a paient for 1500.00 linear feet on ihe Star Spangle Lode, bearing gold and silver, the same being 150 j. 00 feet i-outherly from the dis covery stake thereon, with surfuceground 600.00 feet in width, situate in « arson Mining District, Owyhee County, Idaho, and described by the of ficial plat aud by the llela notes on file in tilt office of the Register of the U. S. Land ^ ffice, of Boise Laud District, Boise, Stute of Idaho, as f 01 - lows, to-wii: Beginning at corner No 1, identical with locu post 5«4 feet long, 4 iuches tion corner, a pi square, set 2 feet iu the ground, with mound ot earth, and scribed 1-2295. The Section corner souih side of 6ec 1, T 5 S, it 4 YV, bei 21' E 622 S 74 ". ft. Discovery bears S 83° 36' YV, 299 00 ft. Thence 885® 30' W, 600.00 feet to < orner No 2. Thence S 18° 34' E. 1500.00 ft io corner No 3. Thei N 85° 30' E, 600.00 feet to corner No. 4. Thence N 13° 34' W, 1500 00 feet to corner No. 1, the place of beginning; con aiuing '20.463 acres, and forming a portion of the SW «4 of .-eeion 1. and a po. t:on of the NYV of Sec 12, T 5 8, R 4 YV, B M The names of th<- adjoining claims as shown by the plat of survey a e the Grand Cen tral Lod", on the north, Alice No 2 Lode, on the south and the Surplus Lode on the east, all un suive, ed. No conflicts noted on plat of survey. Variation at all corn rs 19° 15' E. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said claim, or surface groun J, art. re quired to file their adverse claim with the Re gister of the. United States Laud Office, at Boise, Ada Conn y. State of Idaho, <.uriug thesixtx days period of publication hereof, or they will oe barred »>y vir ue of the provisions of the Statute. First publication Feb. 21. Last publication April 17, 1908. Wm. Balueiiston, tiegisrer. Notice of Application For United States Patent. United States Land Oifice, Boise, 'daho, » February 15, 1908. ( Mineral Application No. 441. Survey No. 2.96. I autlioiized io make application for the mining Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, The Banner Mining aud Milling Company, a cor; o ration. organize* and existing under the laws of the State of Idaho, by Peter Steele, a citizen of ihe United States, whose post-office address is Silver City, Owyhee County, State of Idaho, duly its attorney in fact, has made application for a patent for 1600.00 linear ft. on the Banner Lode, bearing gold and silver, the same being 750 00 ft. northerly and 750 00 ft. southerly from the discovery shaft thereou, with surface ground 000.00 ft. in width; also for 1373.20 linear ft. on the Harmon Lode, bearing gold and silver, the same being 1102.2 ft, northerly and 271.00 ft. southerly from the dis covery cut thereon; also for surface ground 600.00 ft. in width ; also for 1500.00 linear ft. the C. O. D. Lode, bearing gold and silver, the same being 300.00 ft. northerly and 1200 00 ft. southerly from the discovery cut thereon, with surface ground 600.00 ft. in width; also for 1499.5 linear ft. on the Mammon Lode, bearing gold and silver, the same being 800.00 ft. southerly and 1199.5 ft. northerly from the discovery cut thereon, with also for 1500.00 linear ft. on the Ella Lode, bear ing gold and silver, the same being 1500.00 ft, southerly from the point of discovery, with sur face ground 500.00 ft. in width on the northerly end line and 600.00 ft. in width on the southerly end line thereof; also for 1132.8 linear ft. on the Coffee Lode, bearing gold and silver, the same being 832.3 ft. northerly and 300.00 ft, southerly from the discovery cut thereon, with surface ground 500.00 ft, in width on the northerly end liue and 237.00 ft. in width on the southerly end line thereof. All the said above named claims, constituting the Banner Group Mine Claim, and being situ ated in Carson Mining District, Owyhee County, State of Idaho, and are contiguous, and describ ed by the Official Plat, and by the field notes on file in the office of the Register of Boise Land District, Boise, State of Idaho as follows, to-wit: claims hereinafter mentioned face ground 600 00 ft. in width ; BANNER LODE —Beginning at corner No. 1, post 6H ft. identical with locatio long, 4 ins. square, set 2 ft. in the ground, with mound of earth scribed 1-1-2-2296, whence the x /i Sec. Cor. on south side of Sec. 1. T. 5 S. R. 4 YV. bears S. 9° 39' E. 474.5 ft. Discovery bears S. I e 62' W. 863.7 ft. Thence S. 60 3 \V. 600 00 ft. to cor r, a P» con uer No 2. Thence S. 18° E. 1500.00 ft. to cori No. 3. Thence N. 60° E. 600 00 ft. to corner No. 4. Thence N. 18° YV. 1500.00 ft. to corner No. 1. the place of beginning; containing 20 210 acres and forming a portion of the S. y% of Sec. 1 and a part of the N. Yt of Sec. 12. T. 5 S R. 4 W. B. M. The name of the adjoining claim as shown by the plat of survey is the Surplus Lode, unsurvey ed to the west., Banner Mining Company, claira aut. HARMON LODE.—Beginning at corner No. 1. identical with a corner of the location and with corner No. 1. Danner Lode of this survey and heretofore described, whence the Î4 Sec. Cor. on south side of Sec. 1 T. 6 8. R. 4 W. bears S 9 J 39' E. 474.5 ft. Discovery bears N 66° 05' W 297.7 ft. Thence N 19° 18' W 318.00 ft. to corner No. 2. 1 hence N 2° 16' E 1072.50 ft. to corner No. 3. Thence 8 60° W. 600.0-J fest to corner No. 4. Thence S 2° 37' E, 1373.20 feet to corner No. 5. Thence N GO*' E , 600 00 feet to corner No. 1, the place of beg. lining. Containing 15.356 acres, and fornfing a poi tiou of the S Yt of Sec. I and a part of the N y % of Sec. 12 T 5 8 R 4 W B M. The names of the adjoining claims as shown by the plat of survey are the Justice Lode, Survoy No. 1302 to the euft, the Daily Lode to the north aud the Grand Central Lode to the west, both unsur veyed. C. O. D. LODE.—Beginning at corner No. 1 identical with location corner, and with cornel No. 4 Banner Lode of this survey and heretofore described, whence the Sec. Cor on south side of Sec. 1 T 5 8 R 4 W béais N 21° 50' W 1032.74 f,, Discovery bears 8 21° W 460.2 ft. Thence 8 60 e YV 600.00 ft. to corner No. 2. Thence S 13° E 1500.00 ft. to corner No. 3. '1 hence N 60° E 600.00 ft to corner No. 4. Thence N 18° W 1500.00 ft. to corner No. I the place of begiuuing. Containing 20.210 acres, and forming a portion of the 8 % oi 'ec. 1 and a part of the N Y% of Sec. 12 T 5 8 R 4 W B M. The name of the adjoining claims as shown by the plat of survey are the Adaline M Lode, unsurveyed, to the south, aud the Alice No. 2 Lode, to the west. MAMMON LODE.—Beginning at cornei No 1 identical with iocatiou corner, on line 4-1 Bau uer Lode this survey. A pine post by % it. long, 4 ius. square, set 2 ft. iu the ground, with mound of earth und stone, scribed 1-1-2296, whence the Î 4 Sec. Cor. on south side of Sec. 1 T öS R 4 YV beaisN 29° 10' W 350.00 ft. Discovery bears 8 27° 54' E 1249.6 It. Thence N 76° 37' E 237.00 ft. to corner No. 2 . Thence N 80 w E 363.00 ft. to corner No. 3. Thence 814 w 03' E 1499.50 ft to corner No. 4. Thence 8 8ü ü W 500.00 ft to corner No. 5. Thence N 18° YV 1482.UO ft to corner No 1 tin place of beginning; cout lining 18.645 uci es, ana forming a portion of the 8 Y% of tec 1, and a pari of the N Vi of Sec 12, T 5 8, R 4 \V, B M. The name of : he adjoining claim as shown by the pla; ol survey is the Emma Lode, uusurveyed to the east. ELLA L » DE.— Beg lining at corner No. 1 identical with location corner, and with corner No. 5, Mammon Lode, of this survey aud hereto fore described, whence the *4 Sec Cor on south side of Sec 1, T 5 8, R4 YV, bears N 20° 10' \Y lo32 5 ft. Discovery bears N 8i>° E 30Ü.00 feet. Thence N 86' E 500.00 ft lo comer No 2. Thence 8 2l w 38' E 1527.00 ft to corner No 3 Thence 8 80 c YV 600.00 ft to corner No 4. Thence N 18° YV 1500.00 ft to corner No 1, the place of beginning, containing 18 375 acres, and forming a portion o. the 8 of Sec l, aud a part of the N V 2 of sec 12, T 5 8, R 4 YV, B M. The name of the adjoining claim as shown by the plat of survey is the Flor ence A Lode, unsurveyed, to the east. COFFEE LODE. —Beginning at corner No 1, identical with location corner, and with corue No 1, Mammon Lode, oi this survey and hereto fore described, whence the Sec Cor on south side of Sec 1, T 5 8, It 4 YV, bears N 29° 10' YV, 3.JÖ.ÜÜ ft. The discovery bears N 13° 14' E 335.5 ft. Thence N 16° YV, 818 80 ft to corner No 2. Then e N 19 3 18' YV 318 00 ft to corner No 3. Thence N 76° 37' E 500.00 feet, to corner No 4 Thence 85° 08' E, 1144.20 ft. to corner No 5. Thence 8 70? 37' YV .87.00 ft to corner No 1, the place of beginning; containing 9.511 acres, and forming a portion of the 8 / 2 of See 1, and a part of the N >/, of sec 12, T5S, K4YV, B M. The name of the adjoining claim as shown by the plat of survey is the Rajah Lode, uusurveyed, to ihe east. No conflicts wish any of the claims above uumed and described, shown by the plat of survey. Total area claimed, Survey No 2296, 102.307 acres. Variations i»t all corners 19° 15' E. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Group Mine Claim, or surface î required to file their adverse claim ground. with the Register of ihe Uniied Slates Land Of flee at Boise, Ada County, State of Idaho, during the sixty days period of publication hereof, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of YVm Bai.dkrston, Register the Statute. First publication Feb. 21. Last publication April 17, 1908. SPRING DRY GOODS OPENINGS THE SILVER CITY SUPPLY CO,. With Stores At Silver City and DeLamar has just received and is placing on display at both Stores the most complete stock of Ladies a-i\d Children's Spring Summer Dry Goods it has ever shown, towns are invited to call, inspect and ask prices. The prices are made so attractive that the soods Ladies at both b Are bound to Sell 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, Ladies and Gentlemen. Terms Reasonably Low. A First Class Family Hotel. CHAULES E. SHARE Proprietor I m OWYHEE MEAT COMPANY s I I I John Tnrnx-s and Fred Ulmer I I :l I (O' I I I I Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh ip à m I I M All Kinds uf », I S-A. TJ S -A. C3- E © '17 -A. S;peoia2t/y At TKe Same Old Stand i I 1 ¥ m wMswwi»« wmmmmwmmm. has The Sower V No Second Chance a ko the most Good sense s of Ihe 1. SEE® & have made and kept. Ferry'n Peed Busl ness the largest ia the world—merit toils. Ferry"a See : J finnual far 19C3 tells th- whole Reed Story—sent FREE for tho asking. Don't sow Deeds till you get it. L El. M. FERRY û C3.. CcTsost, Mich. a Attention, Ladies! Mrs. Mills will keep a full line of mil linery at the oici stand in Silver City, in cha ge of \:iss Hastings, and invites her pat ions to call upon her. Hastings will take orders for any ar ticles she may not have in stock, which will be promptly supplied. Miss Auy Suit in the house for $15. Sweeney, Silver City. Black Silk Liquid Stove Polish and a new supply of National Cook Stoves just arrived at Philipp's.