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John Lamb, - Editor evrvd Publisher
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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 19*13.
ÎÎS TELEPHONE No. 26 ÎÎÎ
Perhaps rt may be the warmer,
brighter days, but something has
caused a feeling to prevail in Owy
hee that this year is going to prove
a great one for our mining indus
tries.
Senator Heyburn is reported to
have been accorded the privilege of
naming a man for a $4,000 job as
attorney general for Porto Rico.
Well, if Boise lawyers don't ask for
that job numerously and clamor
ously it will be strange.
The two distinguished young
gentlemen who entertained a large
and select company in San Fran
cisco Monday night, through eleven
rounds of brutality did not cause
interest enough in our peaceful
community to cause a telephone
call to inquire which one bested
the other. If all the world took as
little interest in these brutal affairs
more men would try to earn honest
livings by work.
The magnificent result achieved
by the Anthracite Industrial com
mission should not blind the public
to the fact that this p] an of arbi
tration originated solely with Presi
dent Roosevelt, who is, therefor de
serving of a large portion of the cred
it duo for this happy termination of
one of the greatest and most Berious
strikes that this country has
known. And it not merely a sug
gestion on his part, but he persited
in it with the determination char
acteristic of our chief executive.
President Roosevelt has
lished nothing in his official capac
ity that should endear him
the masses of the people than his
appointment of the industrial com
mission which has just closed its
labors.
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A Big White Mark For Teddy
Examples of the resourcefulness
and forcafulness of President Roose
velt have been given on
casions, butin no instance has the ex
ercise of those qualities been fraught
with with greater
results, or resulted iu a more glorious
victory for the rights of labor, than
the plan he promulgated for the set
tlement of the great coal strike
ijnd the appointment of a commission
to investigate conditions and render
a decision on facts presented. By
virtue of his office he was not given
power by the constitution to proceed
as be did. He had no power, constit
ional or statutory, to aid him. He had
to rely on the force of his own charac
ter to bring the opperators to time.
His plan was presented in such
strong manner, and the justness and
righteousness of it made so conspicu
ous and emphatic, that with tlie
strength of his character back of it,
labor's oppressors could do nothing
but yield. To oppose the President
would be worse for them in the end
than any possible decision the commis
ton might render. Labor won a great
victory, and President Roosevelt has
won unfading laurels. Teddy is filled
with ways and means for accomplish
ing what more timid and less practical
statesman would term "imposible
things." He always has a way,and the
necessary force to put the machinery
in motion, and make the way effective
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Notice of Inspection Line
Commencing at the Lead of Cotton
wood Creek, thence down that Creek
to Sucker Creek, thence up Little
Sucker Creek to Jackson Creek, then
ce down Jackson Creek to Cow Creek;
thence up Cow Creek and Swisher
Creek, to Trout Creek, thence down
the East Fork of Trout Creek to Cot
tonwood on the Jordan Valley road,
thence nlong the wagon road to Jordan
Creek, thence down Jordan Creek to
the Oregon Line, thence along the
Oregon Liue to the North Fork of the
Owyhee River. All sheep must be
inspected before crossing the above
described line.
Ada il Blackstock, Deputy.
District 0% Northwest Owyhee.
J. C. Dresler, State Sheep Inspector
March 11th, 1903.
Notice of Application for Pardon
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
S3a*.eniel in Owyhee county, at the
July, 1896, term of the District Court for the
Third Judicial District of Idaho, for the crime
of rape, will petition the Board of Pardons for
the State of Idaho, at it i next regulär meeting
In April, 1903. for a pardon.
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JOHN J. MeBIilDE.
Dated February 19,1903.
Joe Maruny,
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CHARLES FORNEY
Proprietor
DE LAMAR.
Livery, Feed and
S3a,le Sta/tole.

COltltAL and SHEDS
JS Addle Horses and Good Livery
JOHN LAMB
NOTARY* PUBLIC
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Product a Pleasant,
Wholesome Tonic,
Made from Hops
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Guaranteed.
The Trade Supplied
Barrel or Bottled
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OWYHEE CHIEF
Cigar Factory
PETER. STEELE
Proprietor
LEADING BRANDS
Owyhee Chief
Beauties
Red Legs
La Rosa Especial
Marca Veulta
Steele's Latest
Mountain Pets
SILVER CITY, IDA
White Laundry
WOMEN HELP
All . Work . Nearly . Mended
FLANNELS A SPECIALTY
Two doors above Gardner & McGov
ern's livery stable.
MRS. L. McCLOSKEY.
5 Miner's
Exchange V
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Choice
Wines, Liquors and
Cigars, etc.
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Proprietor.
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R. H. WALKER, Prop'r.
Car i:cs me dnest line of
Wines. Liquors
Clear Havana
and Domestic
CIGARS
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Owyhee Courvty Bank
(BlBBIÎsS-NÏLTi CO.'S BLUEING)
Deposits received subject to check
Exchange bought and told on the principal cities of the United States, Europe
and Asia.
Does a general banking business.
Interest paid on time deposits.
A. S. «HUHNS. Cashier.
Silver City, Idaho. -
JTURJVITUILE . .
.... Iron Beds, Wood Beds, Folding Beds, Cots, Cradles and
Cribs, Coil Wire Springs and Woven Wire Springs, both
with and without supports; Mattresses, Dressers,
Commodes, Wash Stands and Hotel Suites, Parlor Tables,
Center Tables, Extension, BreakL-st Kitchen and
Sewing Tables. Chairs in an unlimited number, variety
and kind, from the smallest Infant's to the largest Arm
Rocker.
Window Shades, Curtains, Poles, Mirrors, Pic
tures, Picture Moulding, Matt Board, Passe-partout Paper
and Pictures and all necessary appliances, Clothes Racks,
Clothes Baskets, Towel Racks,JWall Pockets and Brackets.
Also a full line of Cabinet Hardware as well as many other
things that are useful and ornamental about the house.
... Don't forget that that we also carry Carpets and Rugs,
Wall Paper, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc. Also lum
ber, Doors, Windows, Building Paper, &c.
..., We extend to the public a cordial invitation to call and
look over our stock,
goods, whether you buy or not.
We are always glad to show our
ÎÎÏV. F. NETTLETON
'Reception Saloon
Andy HoUgren. "Prop.
Choice Line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
A Itvay-t on Hand.
I have but recently re-opened this popular resort and
invite all the boys to call and see me at my new quar
ters. You will be treated with the best what is.
PETERSON BUILDING
Silver City, Idaho
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Fine Footwear
For Ladies
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Clothing, Underwear, Hats
Caps, Shoes, Etc.
C.H.G'RETE®. Co.
GRANITE BLOCK.
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