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PUBLISHED WEEKLY. John Lamb, » Editor and Publlihor. of FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1901. c 3 THEY SAY That The Doctors say that this vaccinating business makes silly lobsters ask foolish questions and it 1» none of their business when, or where they are called upon to prevent the spread of small-pox, that hereafter they will send their lady patients to Speaker McKinlay who seems to have popped into tin» world with a wart on bis thinker. That Stack's spark is a bummer. That the white man's burden is to To loot. That a soft heart goes badly with a soft bead. That some men drink to their health nntil it is all gone. That an age is like a man—always good after passing away. That there are no love scenes in heaven. Foolishness don't go up there. of 1 That a good many people's popularity is measured by their saok. That Harry Hunter's top story is getting thin, bald and wusser. That Bill Evans over a barrel would Would be a sight Worth seeing. That General Strike still seems to be In command of the coal minerL. That a mining camp is a poor place for hold-ups—too many town. That there are many mortals who would stand up for Satan if be would give them nice presents. That King Edward Will not have to often as did ! aaloons in change hi» clothe» a» Prince Edward. Poor king! Lucky dog! Has it come to this. That Bill Chandler is out and Bill C ark is in, and with Teddy in the sen ate, Solomon in all bis glory was not arrayed like one of these. That Senator Hanna rode with Mc Kinley on inauguration day. That was Nothing like re who the real very appropriate, minding the country thing is. That when death finally comes to a who has worked hard all his life. mau It is a wonder he doesn't turn over in his coflfiu every morning at 6 and groan because it is time to get up. That Fred Dubois will not have to live on alfalfa the next six years. The fusion boys fixed things so that Idaho's "new democracy" prophet could get next to the coin crib, and Freddy was known to pass a counterfeit, call never it what you will. A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet. That a Shoshone county member of the legislature introduced a bill taxing old maids and bachelors, between the of 25 and 47, $1. Just what this member is trying to do to the state we are not in a position to s.tate. ever, should this bill become a law, the Nugget force would have to pun gle np $1, or go and get spliced. Guess we'll take Stack's advice and drive all sorrow by the internal appli ue How away cation of Carry Nation cock-tails. LITERARY PURSUITS. "I pity editors who have to lead such sedentary lives. "Sedentaryl You don't call chasing delinquent subscribers a sedentary life, do you?— Washington Post. A little girl was sitting on the floor, when the sun shone in her face. 'way! Go 'way!" she cried, striking out at it. "You move, dear, and it won't trouble you," said her mamma. "S'ant; I dot here first," said the little one. THE OBSTACLE. V Johnny Grete —Getchell, have an Ideal. Have an ideal, I say, and hug It to your bosom at all times and places. Getchell—She won't let me. •• Go See W. R. Starts for all kinds of jew elry and repairing. He also keeps in stock a complete line of sewing machine needles. Call and see him You'll be treated square. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Board of Pharmacy of Owyhee County will be held at Silver City, on Friday, March 15,1901, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of hearing appllca tions for licence, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before said Board. By order of the Board. W. R. HAMILTON, M. D. Secretary COUNTY OrriClALS. COMMISSION KKS : First district—August Grets, 8eccmd Dtafrtet— Cnarle» Forney, Third District—Thomas Penrose. Clerk of District Court—E. L. Ballard, Sheriff—Michael Rock. Assessor—Jermiah Shea. Treasurer—John C. Connors. Probate Judge—Oeo. H. Handy. 8upt.ofEduca ion—F.B. Heer, LEGISLATURE. Senator—Nelson D. Fox. Representative» [ Fred "11 .^avfs. SILVER CITY FRECIRCT. Justice of the Peace—Frank St. Clair. Constable—Anton Mangold. DELAMAR PRECINCT. Justice of the Peace—Henrj W. Warren. Constable—Jame»W. Pascoe. Notice of Forfeit are. Silver Crrv, Owyhee County, Feb. 1, 2901. To Frank Plummer, his heirs or assigns: You are hereby notified that I have expended the sum of Two Hu *dred Dollars in lubor or improvements upon the "Black Sheep" and 'Mav Bl.d" mining claims on Quicksilver Mountain, in F'rench Mining District, Connty of Owyhee, Bta'e of Idaho, as will appear by affidavits filed with the County Recorder, in order to hold the said claims, in accordance with the provisions of Section '2304. Revised Statutes ot the Unite.I states, being the amount required to hold said claims for the ye *r 1900. and if within ninety dars from the service of this notice (or within ninety days after this notice by publication) you fail tribute your por ion of such exp r.diture owner, your interest in said claims will become 1 he property of the subscriber, under said Sec or refnse to con 00 ! ion •>:)■;< Your proportion of euch expenditure la Forty - Six Dollars and Eighty seven and one-half cent». A. R. SOUTHERN. First, publication February 1, 1901. Laet publication April 26, 1901. Notice of Forfeiture. Silver City, Idaho. Feb. 8,1901. To F. W. Wegner, hie heir» or aeei.ns: You are hereby notified that I have pended the sum of One Hundred Dollars In labo' or improvement upon the Hidden Treasure Mining claim, In Carson Mining District, County of Owyhee, State of Idaho, as will uppear by affidavit filed with the County Recorder, in order to hold the said claim in accordance with the provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold said claim for the vear 1900. If within ninety days from the service of this notice upon von (or withlh ninety days this notice by publication; you f*il or efu»e to contribute your portion of such ex penditure as co-owner, your interest in the -aid claim will become the property of the subscriber, and«r said Section 2324. HERMANN MUNTER. First publication February 8,1901. ijaet publication May 3,1901. Allas Sammons. In the PIstrIct Conrt of the Third Judicial Di, trict, State of Idaho, in and for Owyhee County. Evlyn M. Brasher Plaintiff 1 VS. William Brasher, Defendant. The State of Idaho sends Greeting: To William Brasher, Defendant. Yon are hereby summoned, and required to appear In an action brought against you by said plaintiff, in said District Court, and to answer the complain» of the above-named plaintiff, filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service^ aft r the service on yon of'his sum mons, irserved within this connty; or If served out of this coun'y but within this Judicial Dis* trict. twenty days: or if served elsewhere, within forty days. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between >ou and plnlnfiffon the ground that for more than t wo years l.ist past you have wilfully neglected to provide for plaintiff the common oecessaries life, you ha ing the ability so to do. Also for custody of minor child, as will more fully ap pear by reference to the certified copy of com plaint sei ved herewith. And you are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer said complaint as abov- re quired the said plaint fT will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the complaint . Attest : My hand and the Seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District, Stste of Idaho, In and for Owyhee County, this 30th day of January, 1901. [8* al] E. L. BALLARD, Clerk, By J. L. 8t. Clair, Deputy Clerk. of R. Cunningham, Attorney lor Plaintiff. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS Denver, Colorado DAILY AND WEEKLY Representative News Rocky Mountain States The Great paper ot the and Territories. All the News from All the World, Illustrerions. Cartoons, Special Features, Etc. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Daily and Sunday per month - $ .75 Sunday only (32 to 36 pages) year 2.50 Weekly, per year 1.00 Address ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. DENVER. COLORADO. J. W. ROWETT, Watchmaker & Jeweler, OPPOSITE KCSOIT OPTICS, Idaho. DeLamar, Watches and Jewelry AT EASTERN PRICES. All Repairing Neaty and Skill fully Done. Alwaga Freds. Alwagn the Beet. P« ' are »Id ev er ywhere. 1901 Beed Annual free. V. M. rUIT A W., WTMIT, MICH. Murphy, DeLamar & Silver City STAGE LINE, C.O.&. I .STAGE CO. Proprietor». Daily Coaches, Quick Time, Reasonable Rates. J. J. DAVI8, Manager. DE LAMAR SALOOIT, Â First-Class Place. Finest Brands of Liquid Goods and Cigars. Milwaukee Beer on Draught. Fine Billiard Room, WILLIAM SLATTERY, Mang r. glacksmithinfl WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES Executed with Neatness and Dispatch, At the shop of DAVID SOMERVILLE* SILVER CITY. IDAHO. \ji *sg M - ■ CHARLES FORNEY. DE LAMAR LIVERY CO Livery, Feed and Sale St,a/ble. CORRAL and SHEDS Saddle Horses and Good Livery Outfits always ready. GRETE <a NETTLETON M DEALERS MS F\imiture, Carpets* Wail Paper, Window Glass* Etc. Undertakers Undertakers' Supplies. SILVER. CITY, IDAHO /(i A e t, * A A ift ~s~ a. a. a a * I < WAR EAGLE ► < ► < ■ < HOTEL •< < - Silver City, Idaho. < i 1 ► Yon can secnre handsome quarters, clean and well kept, and find as good and abundantly supplied tables at the War Eagle as can be found in any mining town in Idaho < ► < ► < ■ < ► 0. D. BRUMBAUGH, Proprietor. , ► ' r -' W Nr-'r ▼ t T " w **** ** 9W * r T V " ▼ V V T T V T V FLETCHER - STEEN CO WHoiossie and RMa.ll Deal»» In Mining Supplies Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass Agricultural Implements Wagons, Buggies, Etc, 900-906 Main St, Boise, Idaho. MARK COLBORH. W. P. BEER*. G. W. BRUCE. OWYHEE MEAT MARKET toe • • • The... Oldest Established Meat Market in Oxvyhee County ...Always... Supplied with the Best Fresh and Sa.it Meats Sausage, Etc. Recsive every Thursday a supply of Fresh aDd Salt Water Fish and Oysters. Leave orders for same in advance to secure a supply. Otouyhee Meat MarKet. Sampson & Irving LIVRYMEEN. Stables at Silver City Mkirphy The best facilties for transportation between the railway terminas to and from Silver City, De Lamar, or other points in Owyhee. Keep good moun tain rigs, with good stock and careful drivers. Individuals, Family Parties, Tra.veling Sales men emd their baggage given the best Service, R.igs at Murphy can be secured by telephone from any point on the railway. SADDLE HORSES and LIVER. Y TEAMS always for hire at •tther stable.