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The silver messenger. (Challis, Idaho) 1890-1912, November 13, 1894, Image 2

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Are You a Hunter ?
Send Postal card for illustrated catalogue of
Repeating
Rifle
*
Repeating Shot Guns, Ammunition, to
Winchester Repeating Arms Co.
NEW HflYEFl, CONN
THE
Silver Messenger
Published Tuesday«, at
CHALLIS
-Is the Official Organ of
CUSTER CO.
MR.
PER
Job Work
Made a Specialty
!
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1
CH I
it ia
ABSOLUTELY
AND
The Best
Pin
SAVE'
SEWING
MACHINE
MADE
WE OK OCR*'DEALERS can a«»
jrou machine» cheaper than yon
get elsewhere. The NEW HOME ia
our beat, but we make cheaper kluaa,
auch aa the CLIMAX, IDEAL and
other Hl*h Arm Full Nickel Plated
Sewing Machine» for $15.00 and up.
Call on our agent or write ua. we
wa nt your trade, and If prleea,
and aquare dealing will win, we will
hare It. Wo challenge the world to
produce a BETTER $50.00 Sewing
Machine for $50.00, or a better $20.
Sewing Machine for $20.00 than you
ean buy from na, or our Agent».
THE SEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO.
BJM FMâMCUCO , Cxi» ATLAJIZA , <*Ao
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MONEY
W
ean
Prop.
J. H. Pitzer,
CLAYTON. IDAHO.
Blacksmithing done in all its
branches, promptly, and in the
most skilful manner. My pi-ices
are reasonable, and my work
speaks for itself.
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35
GOLD MINES.
DID YOU EVEE KNOW
That there was more millionaires
made from mining investments
than from any other source.
DID YOU EVEE THINK
That from a small investment you
might become independently rich.
I)OW TO THE POir)TT
We want to interest you in mining
investments. We are selling a limited
number of shares in the Isadore
Gold Mining Company of Cripple
Creek. This company is incorporated
under the laws of Colomdofor 1,000,000
shares, par value, $1 per share, full
paid and forever non-ussessable.
It own three mines in the greatest
gold camp in this,orany other country
and one of its mines is located within
1,800 feet of one of the heaviest pro
ducers in the camp—the C. O. 1).—
which nets its owners something like
$40,000 per month, and we have every
reason to believe that we have the
same vein in the Isadore property.
Hut to persue further development
we must secure money for this pur
pose, and for this reason we now offer
a limited number of shares at 21 cents
er share. We believe this to be
rst class investment, and expect to
secure a body of pay ore before long.
The order for this stock should be sent
to the undersigned, with remittance
enclosed and stock will be mailed
receipt of same. No orders taken for
less than 100 shares, and when 50,000
shares have been sold, the price will
be advanced to 5 cents per share.
n
Descriptive pamphlet on Cripple
Creek ami its gold mines mailed free
on request. Write for our weekly
market letter.
HICKS & SPRAGUE,
Mining Investment Brokers,
First National Bank Building.
Colorbdo Springs, : ; Colorado.
Silver's Champion.
THE
Rocky lit. News
The Daily—By Mail.
.16.00
...3.00
One year.
Six months...
Three months
One month...
1.50
50
The Weekly—By Mail.
$ 1.00
One year, in advance
The News is the only great
daily in the United States that is
identified with the Populist Free
Coinage movement, and should
be in the hands of every voter
North, South, East or West.
Send in your subscriptions at
once. Address,
THE NEWS,
Colorado.
Denver,
Valley House
I
a
Salt Lake, Utah.
Geo. W. Carter, Prop.
This house is situated opposite
the S. W. corner of the Temple
block, in a quiet and pleasant
location, and is convenient to all
the best business portions of the
city. It is nicely shaded in
summer and well protected in
winter.
Eating Department.
Its tables are always furnished
with the best the markets afford.
Lodging Department.
The rooms are airy and spac
ious, and its beds provided with
the finest class of springs and
mattresses, and its linen choice
and clean.
Call there and you will be
nicely treated.
GEO. W. CARTER,
Salt Lake,
Utah.
Fast Freight and
Passenger Line.
n
BLACKFOOT
—TO—
tiousToisr.
This Line makes regular trips
from Blackfoot via. Big Butte
Station, Arco, Lost River and
Antelope to Houston, carrying
passengers and freight.
JAMES MURRAY, : : Prçp.
C.
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Dickey, Idaho.
«»«*««**
J. f*. DICKEY, Prop.
«««a*«#*
This is the great central stage
station of our country, and
is kept in a way that all
travelers admire.
J. P. DICKEY,
Idaho.
Dickey,
Ketchum &
Salmon River
Stage Eine.**
This Line runs first-class in
all its appointments, carrying
express and passengers. It is
shortest,
route from the railroad into
the Salmon river mining region
—Crystal, Clayton, Bayhorse,
Challis, Bonanza, Custer, Sheep
Mountain, Stanley, Seafoam,
Yellow Jacket.
H. C. LEWIS, Prop.,
quickest
the
Idaho.
Ketchum,
Blackfoot and Challis
STA.GE line.
This is one of the cheapest and
most convenient Lines running
into Custer county,
leaves Challis for Lost River
and Blackfoot every morning
(except Sunday), at 6 o'clock,
carrying passengers and U. S.
mail and express.
Stage
—o—
EElFThis is the rouie to
the railroad and all points East
and North. Fare to Blackfoot
reduced to $10. Express $2.00
per hundred.
POWELL & PIERSON, Props.
E. C. HEADRICK
-AGENT FOR—
Anchor Line Steamships.
—ALSO—
Sign irriter and Paper Hanger.
Challis, Idaho.
Springs I
The Sullivan Hot Springs
pleasantly situated only two
miles and a half above the town
of Clayton, near the South bank
of Salmon river.
are
Their waters
are of a nice temperment for
bathing, and possess strong
medicinal qualities, sulphur pre
dominating. This is fast becom
ing a place of resort for invalids
and pleasure seekers,
livan has made a great many im
provements for the comfort of
his guests, but the leading at
traction must ever be its healing
waters.
Mr.
Sul
A carriage for the conveyance
of guests will be constantly in
attendance, and all persons wish
ing to go and return can do so
during the day, round trip only
50 cents. Two fine plunge baths
now complete and other
conveniences will be added.
are
nr
C. HuutloK.
C. W. Ly n>tt n.
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BANKERS
Jones
epub
• »arty
BLXCKFOOT,
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l from
l in con
îeir r<
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party ii
Transact a General Banking i
Interest allowed on find
Issue Drafts direct
principal cities of Ei
OB
All
ild in
:-s?"Active Respom » 011
being
>nvicti<
—reser
counts Solicited.
ms wh<
a is set
e to t
that v
haract
thro
the at
ses, n<
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great
'Neratin
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settled
The Eacific knew
PRINCIPAL 00RBE81
Chase National Hank
First National Bank.
Commercial National Bank. 1
First National Bank.
McCornlck & Co., Bankers
First National Bank.
A8S00UTE BAH:
First National Bank
■ties hi
! suppi
ident
Shoshone, Lotion.
jutcon
»ratio
Has been refurnishec £ trum
now first-class in every e ^
Rooms spacious, cleani
veil d
mplisl
strum
or in
Table First-C? strat
m, o:
has
A stable for the act
tion of 30 head of hors
been completed. Parti aviro
Falls can secure thtupwi
teams at the hotel.
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by bi
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by
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of
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is
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Choice brands of high ÄeJ
lot
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