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IDAHO SEMI-WEEKLY KEYSTONE.
VOL. 4. KETCHUM, ALTURAS COUNTY, IDAHO, SAT CRD AY, AUGUST 8, 1885. NO. 37. Semi-Weekly Keystone. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: One Copy One Year.. One Copy Six Mont he. One Copy Three Months. olle Copy, Each..10 Cents Delivered by Carrier, Each i>er Month..75 Cents $5.00 3.00 1.75 81 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. OBJhAKDO D. BATTIS. WM. BTHDMAJr. Il yn dinan & Batten, Attorneys-at-Law, Ketchum, Idaho, Practice In all the Courte end Lend Office». D. E. Waldron, Attorn ey-at-Law, Iftiley, - - - Idaho. WID practice In all the Courts of the Territory, w. K. BUTCZ. I. H. HAWLKT. Hawley & Ruiek, At to rn e y s-a t-Law, • • Idaho. Hailey Lycurgus Vineyard, Attorney-at-La w, Idaho. Hailey WUl practice In ell the Courts of the Territory. Bfrmer, Parsons ! Bruner, Attorneys-at-Law, IDAHO. HULEY, Geo. H. Roberts, (ex-Attorney General of Nebraska) Attorney-at-Law, Hailey, 1 •S-OÎÜC3 over Times building. : Idaho. James C. Dow, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOR KETCHUM PRECINCT. Attorney-at-Law. Will attend to legal business in the County and District Court. tf Eugene Antz, A S S A Y E R , Office next door to Ketchum Pank. 0. R. Estes, M. D., PRACTICING PHYSICIAN fcad SURGEON. Leave calls at Steward Bros. ' Drug Store, : ; IDAHO. KETCHUM, Taylor A Hastings, ASSAYEHS AND SURVEYORS, JO HU B. HAS^XffOS. »». S. D EPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR, L. D. Newman, Feed, Sale and Livery Stable. Fourth Street, Opposite J. O Swift A Co., KETCHUM, : Weed Hiver Real Estate, Minins, Insurance and Collection Agency. JOHN C. WAIT, IDAHO Justice of the Peace of Ketchum Precinct. Transacts a general Real Estate and Collec tion Business. CONVEYANCING a SPECIALTY. Loans neco*iat«*d. Interest and Taxes paid Houses leased and Tt nts collected. Mines ex amined ami reported on. Hafer encos: Urickefct .fe Lamb, Boise City; okham A I«ewis. Ketchum : James H. Haw , Hailey: F. K. Kusign, Hailey. Office one door below Baxter Hotel. TAug5-tf j TCliUM, ; : : IDAHO. A. G. U. W. 11aL i. op Ketchum Lodge No. 2. Regular meotings every Sa; urday evening at t dW P. M , at ttoohou*» Uall. Visiting brothers oordlally invited to attend. By order. U. C. WEbT, M. W. J. J. Taylor, recorder. Eugene Antz, PHOTOGRAPHER, AIL PICTUBES TAKEN BYJTHE INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS. The Houston Pr^ss paper of Custer and Lem it if interested in ! Is the représentât i hi counties. 8nbs that region of rich mir tarai lands. Three del mouths. , ; j I line agrloul- ; -als ■ ; $2 for fix , '•* F. O. UARDINO. 1 H m. Idaho. ÜNifJG NOTICES GF LOCATION ON HAND AND FOR SA1.E AT THE KEYSTONEOFFICE. mHSBB BLANKS ARE WELT, ARRANGED mmI printed, and urn legal forms. i PinkhaiQ & Lewis, OESS&AX KEBCHAHTS, Wholesale § Retail —Baalera ■— BroeeriestFrm, CLOTHING, larihm, Hails and Steel Miners' Implements, 1 and SUPPLIES. We hare en route ■ large stock of new good« and are now prepared to COMPETE with Any and Everybody. We propose to make such redaction in prices as will enable purchasers to get better bargains n Ketchum than in any other WOOD RIVER TOWN. PINKHAM & LEWIS, Ketchum, Idaho. Jerome F. Jacobs, At the GEM SALOON. Fin9 Liquors and Wines. Havana and Domestic Cigars. EVERYBODY WELCOME. DeclStf OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. T.E.CL0HEGY&C0, BANKERS, KETCHUM, IDAHO. Transact a general banking business in all its branches. Interest paid on Time Deposit. Bny and sell Exghnnge on the leading cities olthc United States. Sell Exchange on the principal cities of Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Russia, Ger many and Austria. Collections made with prompt returns at lowest rates. Certificates of deposits issued payable on demund. Accounts solicited. Ores Purchased; Highest Market Prices Paid. Correspondents : j San Francisco, Salt Lake._ Chicago. NEW Yohk,. f5-4-8CU . Welle, Ftrgo A Co. First Nation«! Bank ..Well«, Fargo A Co. REAL ESTATE ! Valuable Business ■ —AND— Desirable Residence Property FOR SALE. Apply to T. E. CLOHECY A CO., Banker* Feb.2l-tf Hoticc to Creditors. Notice is hereby giveu by the undersigned, Administrator of the estate of John Atkinson, ! deceased, to the creditors of. a inst, said do i all j used, to pre y vouchers, within , tour months after i he firs*, publication of this ; notice ;o said Administrator, at his oth j Main Street, Ketchum, Alti ; h ing claims , se them I as ( ( unty, ldah< :ht C. Lkwi' Administrator of the estate of John AM \ ison, (tec lie tel m. Mar 2, IHS5 4 mos L"ffi bend six cents for post .receive fr**e. a o( elp all, ol cither 'ay than any ml ! . I me y : ids >rii ut c A l'LÜÄ « Co., A iddu i Maine. Apri^yi Livery Feed and Sales STABLES, In Metafor's Block, Main Street, Between Fourth and Fifth, Ketchum, Idaho. First-Class Buggies, Carriages and Saddle Horses ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO LET. HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLO! HORSES BOARDED By the Day, Week or Month. First-Class Day and Night Hzbdkss in Con nection with the Stables. In Connection with the Above ie i HEARSE AND UNDERTAKER'S ROOMS ! GEORGE W. METZLEB, Pro'r. New Stage Line. ; The Traveling Public are hereby informed thatM. M. Moore has established a Tri- Weekly Stage L ii which quick time is made by Between Ketchum, Bayhorse ? Clayton, Chills, Bonanza, Coster, Houston, -AND Lost River Camps AND ALSO BLACKFOOT. The stages will connect on time at Junction with the Blaclcfoot and Cha'.lis Stag« Line, and easy and rapid transit afforded Passengers go ing either North or South. May 16-tf. M. M. MOORE. OFFICE OF — State insurance Go. i Salbm, Oregon. July l, 1885. To Chir Agents. Patrons and Other; • IT IS WITH FEELINGS OF PLEASURE, A pride and satisfaction that w- announce the following which is the result of Cor the Urst six months of this year : business Premium Received from January 1st to July 1,1885, $50,557.96. Total Losses from January 1st to July I, 1885, $4,936.29. From which It is evident that the State is not only the most popular company, but that it ia the moat careful in the selection of it» rtnka. Comparisons with the last January \ exhibit shows that the assets have, increase«! j $'25,67.' 2'), now reaching the handsome sum of Sl71,42Q.07. '-insurance reserve has largely increased, as also has the net surplus. These gains certainly gratifying to all concerned, especially at a time when over two-thirds of ail the Cali fornia and Eastern Companies met with ei mous shrinkages in their net surpluses as shown by their last reports. A statement of its many advantages ia all that is neceaea: y to convince any intelligent ami honest person that it is for his interest to patronize the The or State insurants Co, It i6 prompt and reliable, and it is the only j Company doing business in the Northwest I that has No Unpaid nor Contested Losses 1 I f All being Fully Paid Ur* Losses averaging wtthiu Ten Days of date of the fire. • Wo extend to each, onr grateful thanks and | ntinnaneeof your aid and patron- I thattho The payment of its ! solicit IS ! 1 : OIÔÏU May n'.in its p )tid position as the LEADING INSURANCE CCMPASY Or THE ! ! a w . ? i NEW TO DAY. » (IIOOBPOEATED.) HAILEY, KETCHUM AND VIENNA, I. T. WHOLESALE DEALEB8 AND JOBBERS IN GROCERIES! LIQUORS, TOBACCOS and CIGARS. Agents for Phil. Best's i Schlifz's Beer DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR, HAY AND MILL FEED AND SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED GIANT POWDER ALSO FORWARDERS Phalih, *Atïanta" Rorky Bar, Cutler' ; Bonanza and Hesitei. *5rConFignmentn solicited and forwarded with care aud des patch. We have the finest warehouse facilities and are the oldest forwarders in the mountains. Address all communications regarding shipments to H. L. DICKINSON, Ketchum, Idaho. I. P. Co., KETCHUM, Z. T ■I WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12. CUSHING'S GREAT OVERlifi, ni OCEAN TO OCEAN ft ; i ». ... m // \ j 1 \ \ X v v / cA 1 « , N "t Jt iv§> ' % m by-' , M \i f. \ The Old-Time Show of Our Boyhood Day j I 1 fiS"We do not gull the people with a crowd of cheap performers, appearing at the same I time in three rings, but give you a legitimate | I ! OZTE RXXTC CIRCUS ! WITH EACH AND EVERY ACT A GEMTfifi ! jf&flS : iui ! i Adigission, 50 Cals. Children Under 10 Years, 25 Cents.