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Stockman and ranchers desiring to I lease school land can secure Informa- j lion concerning terms, etc., by inquir- i iug of the county treasurer or writing j Norman Jackson. Chief Clerk State ! Board of Laud Commissioners, Boise, j aho. 5t-44 ? Alia» Summons. In the District court of the Third Judicial Dis trict, State of Idaho, in and for Owyhee County ANNIE BENNETTS, Plaintiff vs WILLI A Vf BENNETTS, Defendant The State of Idaho sends Greeting to William Bennett«, Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by said plaintiff, in said District Court, and to an swer the complaint of the above-named plain tiff, filed therein, within ten days exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons if served within this county; if served out of this county but within this judicial district, within twenty days: or if served elsewhere, within forty days. The said action is brought to dissolve the bonds of mat rimony now existing between plaintiff and de fendant, on the grounds that on or about the 11th day of September, 1902, the said defendant, willfully and witho t cause deserted and abandoned the plaintiff, and still continues to so desert and abandon the plain»iff ; also grounds that said defendant, 'for more than sixteen months last past, has neglected to pro vide for the plaintiff the common necessaries of life, he having the ability to do so; all of which more fully appears in the plaintiff's file in this action, a certified copy of which is herewith se ved. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court tor the relief demanded in the complaint. Attest my hand and the Seal of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and for Owyhee County, this 23d day of February, 1904, J. F. Nugent, Attorney for Plaintiff. the complaint J. S. St Clair, Clerk. F26-46 Contest Notice, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, United States Land Office, Boise, Idaho. February 8th, 1904. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Albert L. Clark, Emmett, Idaho, contestant against homestead entry No. 6066, made March 4, 1901, for swW ne)4, se*4 uw l 4 and lots 2 and 3, section 1, township l th, range 4 west, by Bruce Minkler, Rock ville, Idaho, contestée, in which it is alleged that ''Bruce Minkler erected a small board or lumber house on on said land during the year 1901; that no other improvements u thereon by said Bruce Minkler; that the said Minkler resided of the year 1901, but has not resided thereon since said year 1901, and up to March 5, 1902, when said Bruce Minkler abandoned the same and has been absent ever since, and has ceased to live upon or cultivate the same; and that said alleged absence from said land was not due to his employment in the army of the United States." Said parties are hereby notified to appe respond and offer evidence touching saia alle f atioii at 10 o'clock a. m. on April 18, 1904, be ore the Register and Receiver of the United States Lana Office in Boise, Idaho, The said contestant having, in a davit, filed February 8th, 1904, set which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. EDWARD E. GARRET. Receiver. made said homestead during part ar, N iffl facts forth Application for l'atent. -Mining: Ap plication No. 865* UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, Boise, Idaho, February 8,1904. Notice is hereby given, that Joseph Holland, rhose residence and post office address is Hail ev, Idaho, lias made application for a United Staten patent for the JOSEPH lode mining claim, situate in the Carson Mining District, Owyhee County. Idaho, consisting of 1308.9 linear feet of the lode and surface ground 600 feet wide, being mineral survey No. 1913. and described In the field notes and plat of the offi cial rey on file in this office with magnetic riution at 19 degrees, .05 mluutes east as fol lows, to-wit : corner of the Commencing at post No. 1, claim from which the section corner on north boundary of section 1, township 5 south, range 4 west Boise Meridian and B. bears north 83 de grees. 57 minutes west 2892.87 feet distant, thence running from said corner No. 1, south 84 degrees 20 minutes east 6(H) feet to corner No. 2, thence south 3 degrees 17 minutes we«*t 1308 9 feet to corner No. 3, thence north 84 degrees 20 minutes west 600 feet to corner No 4, thence north 3 de grees 17 minutes east 1308.9 feet to corner No. 1, being the place of beginning. Said claim being located in section 1. township 5 south, range 4 west and section 6, townships south, range 3 west Boise Meridian and B. and containing a total and net area of 18.013 acres. intng claim being ; cord er at Said Joseph lode location of record in th»* office of the county Silver City, Owyhee count y. Idaho. The nearest knowu locations or mining claims being the Miller and Walter«, survey 908: Palmer, survey 1908; and True Blue, survey 1909. I direct lhat this notice be published in the Nugget at Silver City, Owyhee county. Idaho, for the period Of nine consecutive weeks. Haury J. hyms, Register. Attorney for App Fir Leant. rst pub. F. 12—47 G. W. Parks, Application for Patent.—Mining Ap plication No. Slid. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, Boise. Idaho, February 8. 1904. Notice Is hereby given that the Trade Dollar Extension Mining company, a corporation duly orgaulzed uuder The laws of the State ot Utah and doing business uuder the laws of the State of Idaho, whose principal place of business is Kalt Lake Cify, Utah, by its ageut aud attorney in fact. A. F. Stevens of Silver City, Idaho, has made appl icatton for a United States Patent for the TRUK BLUE lode mining claim, situate in the Carson Mining District, Owyhee county, lda 7io, consisting of 1500 linear feet of the lode and surafee ground 600 feet wide, being mineral sur vey No. 1909, aud described in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office, with magnetic variation at 19 degrees .05 min utes east as follows, to-wit: Commencing at post No. 1, a corner of the claim from which the & section corner on north lumndarv line of section 1, township 5 south, range 4 west Boise Meridian, Mud base bears south 81 degrees 81 miuutes west 1957.9 feet dis tant, theuce running from said corner No. 1 south 82 degrees 58 minutes east 600 feet to cor ner No. 2 theuce south 18 degrees 49 miuutes west 150 t) feet to corner No. 3, thence north 82 degrees 58 minutes west 444 feet to corner No. 4, theuce north 15 degrees 22 minutes west 280 feet to corner No. 5, thence north 9 degrees .02 min utes east 1286.5 foot to corner No. I, being the place of beginning Said claim being located In section 1, town ship 6 south, range 4 west aud uusurveyed part of township 4 south, range 4 west Boise meridian and B. and containing a total area of 19.841 acres all of which is claimed aud applied for. Said True Blue lode location milling claim be' ing of record in the office of the county recorder Ht Silver City. Owyhee county, Idaho. The nearest knowu locations or milling claims be ing the Palmer, survey 1908; Rough and Ready. Mirvey 1256 A. and the George Washington and Joseph lodes uusurveyed. I direct that this notice be published in the /• I j i j ! j Owyhee Brewery MI/VER CITY, I It AHO BEER it 11a ran teed to be a Pure Hop ai\d Barley Product A Healthful and Dellctou« Toute Beverage. For sale by the Barrel, Bottle or Measure Prop Oectrge Rambour, Nugobt at Silver City, Owyhee county, Idaho, for a period of uine consecutive weeks Harry J. Symh, Register. G. W. Parks, Attorney for Applicant. F 12—47 Application for Patent.—Mining Ap plication No. 3tt7. UNITED STATES l.AND OFFICE, Boise Idaho, February 8,1904. Notice is hereby given that the Trade Dollar Extension Mining company, a corporation duly dor the la wm of the State of Utah, organized and doing business under the laws of the State of Idaho, whose priiici p 1 place of bust salt Lake City Utah, by its agent ami n tu fact. A F. Stevens of Silver City, Idaho, has made application for a United States Patent for the EAGLE, ECLIPSE. PALMER, GEORGE WASHINGTON NORTH EXTENSION' HUM BOLT and KENTUCK lodes consolidated nrn ing claim. sitUAte in the Ca>son Mining District, owyhec county. Idaho, consisting or 1500 liuear feet each of the George Washington. Keutuck and Eclipse: 986.4 linear feet of the Palmer; 1440 linear feet of the Eagle; 1499.46 linear feet of the Nnr'h Extension Humbolt lodes and surface ground each (as located) 600 feet wide, being mineral survey No.'s 1900-7-8. 1919-10-11 and 1912, and described In the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office with uetic variation at 19 degrees .06 minutes east as foil! is attorney L r , to-wit: Each of said lodes embraced In said consolida ted claim being described os follows, to-wit: EAGLE LODE, SURVEY NO. 1906 Commencing at post No 1, a corner of the claim from which the )4 section corner on north boundary of sect on 1, township 5 south, range 4 west Boise Meridian and base bears south 66 de grees .09 minutes west 2661.1 feet distant, thence running from said corner No. 1 north 18 degre east 1440 feet to corner No. 2, thence south 82 c grecs 58 minutes east 434.4 feot to corner No 3. thence south 6 degrees 38 minutes west 824.7 feet to corner No 4, thence south 18 degrees west 600 feet o corner No. 5. thence north 82 degrees 58 minutes west 600 feet to corner No. 1, being the <lc place of beginning. .id claim containing a total and net of Su 17.905 acres. ECLIPSE LODE, SURVEY 1907 Commencing at post No. 1, a corner of the claim from which the aforesaid % section corner bears south 53 degrees 04 minutes west 2020.7 feet distant, thence ruuniug from said corner No. 1 south 76 degrees 19 minutes east 420 feet to corner No. 2, thence north 13 degrees 41 minutes east 1500 feet to corner No. 3, thence north 76 de ls 19 minutes west 600 feet to corner No. 4, eat 1201.6 thence south 13 degrees 41 minutes _ feet to corner No 5. thence south 88 degrees 30 I ml mîtes east 129 8 feet to corner No. 6, thence I south 4 degrees 26 mluutes west 330 feet to corner No. 1, being the place of beginning Said claim containing a total and net area of 19.552 acres. PALMER LODE, SURVEY 1908 Commencing at post No. 1 claim from which the aforesaid 1, a corner of the )4 scctit.n corner bears south 81 degrees 31 minutes west 1957.9 feel distant, thence pinning from said corner No. 1, north 32 degrees 28 minutes east 935.4 feet to cor ner No. 2, thence south 82 degrees 58 minutes east 600 feet to corner No. 3, thence south 32 de grees 28 minutes west 935.4 feet to corner No. 4, thence north 82 degrees 58 minutes west 600 feet to corner No. 1, being the place of beginning. Said claim containing a total autT net area of 11.636 acres. GEORGE WASHINGTON LODE, SURVEY 1910 CoramenciiMt at post No. 1. a corner of the claim from which thV aforesaid V4 section corner bears south 66 degrees .00 minutes west 1724.6 feet dis tant, theuce running from said corner No. 1 south 70 degrees .06 minutes east 475.7 feet to corner N«>. 2, thence south 19degrees .02 minute« west 1469.8 feet to co- ner No. 8, theuce north 70 degrees .06 minutes west 22.1 teet to corner No. 4, thence north 15 degrees 22 minutes west 375.9 feet tc corner No. 5, thence north 8 degrees 28 minutes west 607 feet to corner No. 6 thence south 88 de grees 30 minutes east 144 feet to corner No. 7, theuce north 4 degrees 26 minutes c ast 581 feet to corner No. t, being the place of beginning. Said claim containing a total and net am 10.979 acres. NORTH EXTENSION HUMB0LT LODE, SURVEY • NO. 1911 Commencing at post No. 1. a corner of the claim from which the aforesaid ^section corner bears south 33 degrees 38 minutes west 1872.68 feet distant, thence t mining from said corner No. 1, south 88 degrees 30 minutes east 473.8 feet to corner No 2, thence north 13degrees M minutes east 1500 feet to corner No. 8, thence north 38 degrees 30 minutes west 604 feet to corner No. 4, thence south 8 degrees 45 minutes west 1477.9 feet to corner No. 1, being the place of begin ning. Said claim containing a total and net area of 18.138 acres. •a of KENTUCK LODE, SURVEY NO 1912 post No. 1, a corner of the the aforesaid % section cor ner bears south 65 degrees 06 minutes west 1697.3 feet distant, thence running from said corner No. 1, south 70 degrees .06 minutes east 600 feet to corner No. 2, thence north 28 degrees 36 minutes east 1500 feet to corner No. 3, thence north 70 degrees .06 minutes west 600 feet to corner No 4, thence south 28 degrees 36 minutes west 1500 feet to corner No. 1, being the place of beginning. Said claim containing total area of 20.423 acres excluding however therefrom the area in con flict with the Baltic, survey No. 1636, and the Eclipse, survey 1907, Eagle, survey 1906, and Palmer, survey 1008, of this claim. Such ex cluded area containing 3.726 acres. claimed ana applied for being 16 697 Commencing at claim from which Net actes. The relative positions of the discovery points and the presumed course of the lode of each of said lodes embraced in said consolidated claim being shown upon the plats posted on the ground and on ihe plat filed with the applica tion for patent in the above land office. Said consolidated claim being located in sec tion 1, township 5 south, range 4 west and un surveyed part of township 4 south, ranges 3 and 4 west of Boise Meridian and B. and containing a net area as applied for of 94.907 acres. Each of said lodes embraced in said consoli dated mining claim being of record in the office of the county recorder at Silver City, Owyhee coun y, Idaho. • The nearest known locations or mining claims being the aforesaid conflicting claims and the Comstock, survey 1686, Humbolt, vey 1168, Rough and Ready, survey 1256. A. Mil ler and Walters, survey 908 and the True Blue, Rebecca and Sweet Dream, unsurveyed. I I direct that this notice be published in the Nugget at Silver City, Owyhee county. Idaho, for the period of nine consecutive weeks. Harry J. Hyms, Register. G. W. Parks, Attorney for Applicant. \ 12—47 Forfeiture Notice. Silver City, Idaho, February 26, 1904. TO WILSON E. GRIFFITHS: hereby notified that I have expended during the year 1903, f 100.00 in labor and im provements on each ot the following described mining claims situated <n Carson mining dis trict, Ow lice county, Idaho, to-wit: The Square Deal mining claim, notice of location of which is recorded in Book 8 of Mining Claims at pages 211 and 212 of the records of said Owy hee county; the Gold Nugget mining claim, tice of location of which Is recorded in Book 9 of Mining Claims, at page 21 of the records oi said Owynee county; also the Venus mining claim, notice of location is recorded in Book 8of Mining Claims, at Owyhee county. made by me in order to hold each of said claims under tne provisions of Section 2324 of the Re vised Statutes of the United States and the amendments thereto concerning annual labor upon mining claims, being the amount requir ed to hold the same for the period ending on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1903, and if wi h in ninety days from the personal service of this notice or within ninety days after the publica tion thereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as a co owner, ^rour interest (being an undivided ^in terest) in each of the claims for which you have failed or refused to contribute your proportion of the amount expended, will become the prop erty of the subscribed, your co-owner, who has made the required expenditure as provided by the laws of the United States. E. H. DEWEY. You I 27 of the records of said ; said expendit as First publication February 26, 1904. Last publication June 3rd, 1904. Alias Summons. In the Probate Court, In and for the County of Owyhee, State of Idaho. CHARLES N. MOTLEY, Plaintiff -vs GEORGE A. SONNEMANN and JOS- Alias F PH E. BRAN8COM BE, Partners, do- VSum ing business under the firm name and mons style of 8onnemann & Branscombe, Defendants. J Complaint filed in the Office of the Clerk of said Court. The State of Idaho Sends Greeting: To George A. Sonnemann and Joseph E. Branscombe, defendants: i hereby summoned and required to appear in an action brought against you by said plaintiff, in the said Probate Court, and to answer the complaint of the above-named plaintiff, filed therein, within ten days(exelus ive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county; or if served out of this county but within the Third Judicial District, within You twenty days; or if served elsewhere, within forty days. The said action is brought to re cover the sum of Four Hundred and Fifty-seven Dollars, the same being the balance due and unpaid upon §482.00, which defendants promis pay the plaintiff within a reasonable time after the 21st day of October, 1899, but which the defendants have failed and refused to do, except the sum of 925.00, together with interest of f467.00 from January 1st, 1000» at the rate of seven per cent per annum, and for costs of suit, as fully Ret forthin plaintiff's verified complaint on file herein, a cerlified which YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that if you fail to appear and answer said com plaint as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment against you for said 9457.(X). together with interest thereon rate of seven per cent, per annum from Janu ary 1st, 1900, and for costs of suit. Attest my hand and the Seal of the Probate Court of the County of Owyhee, State of Idaho, this 20th day of February, 1901. ed to on said is served herewith. WJ C< I of at the R. H. Leonard, Clerk. F26-46 J. F. Nugent, Attorney for Plaintiff, REGULAR TRIPS Between Oel.ainar and Silver City. Stage de parts from Oelamar at H a. in. Departs from Silver >>n return trip at Up in. Passengers and Freight carried. Stops at Dewey en rouie Delamar Livery, Feed and sale STABLes (CHARLES FOKNEY, Proprietor The Capitol Hotel, BOISE CITY , IDAHO FIRST-CLASS THROUGHOUT HEADQUARTERS FOR. OWYHEEITES ^ Ng SÇ Manager FUA/fK. BtACX/AC£A Ghe IDAHO HOTEL SILVER. CITY. IDAHO Stage Office and First-class in Appointments • Wells, Fargo & Co. Express in the Hotel Sample rooms for Salesman Proprietors CONNORS <& EVANS. THE BEST EQUIPPED HOSTELRY IN OWYHEE COUNTY Z?he DEWEY HOTEL DEWEY. IDAHO HEATED THROUGHOUT BY STEAM. LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY. Proprietors COLBORN & SOMERVILLE, THE "STAk" RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Lodging House Nice clean rooms and good beds. Prop'r Everything the market supplies, in connection. d-ajst winsrca-, Idaho Silver City, Sampson <Sc Irving LIVERYMEN -PROPRIETORS OF MURPHY, SILVER CITY, DEWEY and DELAMAR STAGE LINES jSfThe best facilities for transportation between the railway ter minus to and from Silver City.'DeLamar, or other poiuts in Owyhee. Keep good mountain rigs, with good stock aud Careful Drivers. Stables at Silver City and Murphy Proprietor» Sampson & Irving:, J glacksmithin(j IN ALL BRANCHES EXE UTED WITH N E AT NESS AND dispatch WM. PARR SILVER CITY, :: IDAHO Miners' Exchange SALOON Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, etc. NELSON & RO O I» Proprietors. SILVER CITY, IDAHO