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THE REPUBLICAN
COUNTY CONVENTION
as
Aiv Enthusiastic Meeting of Re
presentatives of the Party
of Progress and Pros
perity.
FULL TICKET NOMINATED
And a Straight Out Set of Reso
lutions Adopted. — Nearly
All Precincts Fully
Represented.
GOOD MEN UP WHO
WILL SURE WIN OUT
The Owyhee County Republican Con
vention which met at Silver City Mon
day brought together a more nearly
full representation of progressive re
publican citizens of Owyhee than has
assembled here in many a year. Only
three or four of the smaller and more
remote precincts in this great, big
county were unrepresented, all the
others turning out nearly full delega
tions.
The convention was called at 10
o'clock, a temporary organization was
affected without delay by the selection
of J. E. McDonnell of DeLamar, chair
man, and John Grigg of the same, place,
secretary; committees on credentials,
order of business and resolutions were
appointed and the convention then
took a recess until 1 o'clock, to give
the committees time to report.
Met again at 1 o'clock, the reports of
the committees were read and adopted;
the temporary chairman and secretary
were made permanent offiers, Mr. C. L.
Lockwood was appointed assistant sec
retary aud the convention, without any
delay, got dowu to the work of nomin
ating candidates for the several offices
to be filled. The results were as fol
lows to-wit:
For Sheriff
ALEXANDER DUNCAN
of DqLamar
For Assessor and Tax Collector
WILLIAM TREMEWAN
of Silver City
For Treasurer and Public Administra
tor
MRS. MINNIE WESTON
of Silver City
For Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion
MRS. J. W. BALLENGER
of Dewey
For Couuty Attorney
RICHARD CUNNINGHAM
of Silver City
For Judge of Probate Court
ROBERT H. LEONARD, Jr.
of Silver City
For Coroner
DR. THOMAS D. FARRER
of DeLamar
For County Surveyor
FRANK W. HULETT
of Silver City
For Stale Senator
JOHN LAMB
of Silver City
For Representative in Legislature
HARRY L. AVERY
of Black Jack
For County Commissioners
First District
WILLIAM BEST
of Black Jack
Second District
JOHN E. KEITH
of Wilson
Third District
THOMAS PENROSE
of Oreana
Only a few precinct officers were
named as follows:
For Justices of the Peace
Silver City
RICHARD S. HAWES
SIMON HARRIS
Dewey
OLE BERG
WILLIAM INGLES
Black Jack
P. A. BECKMAn
M. M. HANSON
For Coustable
Silver City
J. E. MCDONALD
Del.amar
JOHN D HARRIS
The following persons were appoint
Be
18
be
be
to
at
as
of
of
*
ed a County Central Committee, in
vested with power to fill any vacancies
which may occur on the ticket, as well
as to fill vacancies on their own com
mittee, to-wit:
Morgan L. Parry, Robert H. Leon
ard, Sr. and Charles H. Grete all of Sil
ver City; John E. McDonnell and
Charles Swain, of DeLamar; David
Somerville, Dewey; Peter A. Berkman,
Black Jack; Joseph M. Kellogg, Pleas
ant Valley; William Bews, Sinker; Jo
seph Lessman Dairy; Oscar Jr. Brun
Reynolds; Hugh B. I.atham, Murphy;
G. F. Yanke, Wilson; Mrs. Ben Hyde,
Oreana; Mrs. William Toy, Castle
Creek; Joseph Black Bruneau; John
McVann, Grand View; Robert Nafle,
Hot Springs; W. J. Tyndall, Wicka
hony.
A meeting of the Central Committee
was held and the following officers se
lected, to-wit:
M. L. Parry, Silver City, chairman;
Robert H. Leonard, Sr., treasurer;
Charles H. Grete, secretary; wi h an
executive committee tc consist of the
before named officers together with
Charles Swain and J. E. McDonnell.
Nugget will give sketches con
cerning the personnel of the several
nominees in future numbers, sufficing
it to say for the present that the tick
et as a whole is an excellent one aud
that the werk of the convention will
meet with general approval by the
party and will give our friends, the
enemy, considerable anxiety.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS
AND PLATFORM.
We, your committee on platform
anil resolutions, recommend that the
following resolutions, be adopted:
The Republicans of Owyhee County in
convention assembled this 3d day
of October, 1901,
Resolved, That we most heartily en
dorse the present and former Re
publican administrations, and the Na
tional Republican platform of 1904;
and that we most earnestly endorse
President Roosevelt as the candidate
of
fy
of the NatioDal Republican Party
for president of the Uuited States, aud
commend him for his high ideals of
public duty and service, aud witb
earnestness recommend Senator Fair
banks as a candidate for vice-presideut.
Resolved, That we heartily endorse
the declarations of principles adopted
by the Republican State Convention at
Moscow..
We most heartily endorse the pres
ent State Administration, the affairs of
this state haviug beeu conducted by it
with ability, economy aud fairness;
aud we earnestly oommeud such per
formance of duty by our present ad
ministration as a guarantee of the
patriotism, economy aud ability of the
Republican party to perform the high
trust aud duties of the state govern
ment.
We pledge the nominees of both our
State aud Couuty convention, if elect
ed, to the same faithful observance of
the interests of the county and state
duties aud to au ecouomical aud busi
uess-like administration of public af
fairs.
We pledge that the legislative ticket,
if elected in our county, will support
an enactment making eight hours con
stitute a day's labor for ail men work
ing under ground aud in reduction
works.
Fresh Fruits—Oranges, Bananas and
Lemons received weekly at Olivers.
Church Services.
CATHOLIC.
Silver City—Rev. A. E. Dempsey, S.
M., pastor. Third Suuday of each
month at 11 o'clock a. m.; instruction
for childreu, 2:30 p. m.; evening ser
vices, rosary, sermou and beuedictiou,
7:30 p. m.
DeLamar—Services in school house
third Saturday of every month at 7:30
p. m.; Suuday morniug mass at 8
o'clock.
Dewey -Third Saturday of every
mouth at 8:30 a. m.
El Ï6COPAL.
Silver City—Morning service, 11 a.
m.; evening service, 7:30 p. m., ou the
tirst and third Sundays of each mouth.
Sunday school at 2 p. m. every Sun
day.
DeLamar—Evening service at 7:31»
on the second aud fourth Sundays of
each month. Sunday school at 11 a.
m. every Sunday.
Smoke Steele's Cigars
THEY ARE MADE HERE IN TOWN
Proposed Constitutional Amendment.
House Joint Resolution No. 5.
To Amend Section 10 of Article 18 of
the Constitution. A Joint Resolu
tion to Submit to the Electors of the
State of Idaho for Their Rejection
or Approval, an Amendment to Sec
tion 10 of Article 18 of the Constitu
tion of the State of Idaho Confer
ring Certain Additional Powers on
the legislature Relating to the Time
and Term of Sleeting County Com
missioners
Be It Enacted by the Legislature of
the State of Idaho:
Section 1. That Section 10 of Article
18 of the Constitution of the State of
Idaho be amended to read as follows:
Section 10. The board of couuty
commissioners shall consist of three
members, whose terms of office shall
be four years, one of whom shall be
elected at the regular election in 1906
for a term of four years, and two shall
be elected at the same election for a
term of two years, and their successors
shall be elected for a term of four
years at the regular election there
after.
Sec, 2. The question to be submitted
to the electors of the State of Idaho
at the next general election shall be
as follows to-wit: "Shall Section 10
of Article 18 of the Constitution of the
State of Idaho be so amended as to
permit the county commissioners to
be elected for a term of four years?"
Passed the House of Representatives
on the 11th day of February, 1903.
Passed the Senate on the 28th day
of February, 1903.
State of Idaho, Department of State;
1, Will H. Gibson, Secretary of State
of the State of Idaho, do hereby certi
fy that the foregoing is a full, true
and correct copy of a Joint Resolution
adopted by the . egislature of the State
of Idaho at the Seventli Session, sub
mitting a certain amendment to the
Constitution of the State of Idaho to
the electors of the State o£ Idaho, as
shown by the original enrolled Joint
Resolution on file in this office aud in
my custody.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused to be affixed
tlie Great Seal of the State of Idaho.
Done at Boise, the capital, this 17lh
day of September, in the year
Lord, 1904, and of the Independence of
the United States of America the one
hundred and twenty-ninth.
Will H. Gibson,
Secretary of State.
First pub., Sept. 23; last, Nov. 4,1904.
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Watch Chains at Getchell's.
Forfeiture Notice.
Cassius Austin, his heirs and assigns:
You are hereby notified that
pended during the year 1903, in labor and im
provements on the John-Bill mining claim,
situated in Carson mining district, Owyhee
couuty, Idaho, the sum of |100.00. That such
expenditure was made by us in order to hold
the said claim for the period ending Decem
ber 31, 1903, under the provisions of Sec. 2324 of
the Revised Statutes of the United States, and,
if within 90 days from the publication of this
notice you fail or refuse to contribute your
proportion of such expenditure as a co-owner,
your interest, (being an undivided % interest,^
will become the property of the subscribed,
your co-owners, who nave made the required
expenditure as required by the laws of the
United States.
have ex
W. D. Evan».
John Connors.
First publication July' -J2, 1904.
Last publication Oct. 28, 1904.
Notice, of Forfeiture.
Silver Citt, Idaho. Auouht 26, 1904.
or assigns.
I have expended
the year 1903, in
To THOMAS SHAW, his heirs
You are hereby notified, that
dollar»*, during
labor and improvement» upon the Uncle Sam
mining claim, <*i.ua'ed in ('arson Mining District.
Owyhee county, state of Idaho. That said ex
penditure was made iu order to hold the said
claim, under the provisions of sectiou 2824,re
vised statutes of the Uuited States, and amend
ments thereto concerning labor upon minime
claims, being the amount required to hold the
said claim for the period ending the 3lst day o'
December, A. D. 1903, and, if within ninety day
after the personal service of this notice, or with
in ninety days after the publication thereo ,
you fail or refuse to contribute your proporliou
of such expenditure as a co-owner (being an un
divided *4 interest) less the amount of six dollars
for two davs' labor performed ou said claim by
'ou, th * said claim will become the property of
the subscribed, your co owner, who has made
the required expeu Mture, as provided by th
iMWSofthe
First pub. Aug. 26, 1904.
Last pub. Dec. 9, 1904.
United States.
LOUIS SORENSEN.
Notice of Application for I'alcnt.—
Application No. 378.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Boise, Idaho, September 20,1904.
Notice is hereby given, that. ß. S. Howe
whose postofiice address is Boise City, Ada
County, Idaho, in behalf of himself and his co
owter, Emma Brumb ugh haB filed an appli
cation for patent for the lode mining claim
called the Owyhee quartz mine, situated in
Carson mining district, Owyhee county, Idaho,
and designated by the official plat and field
notes on file in this office as mineral survey No,
1815, in section 8, township 5 south, range 3
west, Boise Meridiau, and is described as fol
lows: (magnetic variation being 18 deg 46 min
Beginning at corner No. 1, a pine post 5 feet
long, 4 inches square, set 20 inches in the
ground, with a mound of earth and stones,
scribed 1-1815, whence the section corner com
mon to sections 4, 5, 8 9, twp 5 south, r 3 wesr,
Boise meridian, bears north 67 deg 52 min 30
sec east 14:45.96 ft; cor No. 1, Owyhee lode, sur
No. 864, dentieal with the location cor, bears
south 89 deg 27 min east, 200.45 ft: cor No. 2,
Oso lode, sur No. 715, bears south 38 deg 14 min
east. 291.4 ft; thence north 85deg west, 276 ft to
cor No. 2. a pine post scribed 2-18'5, whence a
cross (X) and 2-1815 B. R. chiseled on a granite
rock in place, showing 5x5x4 ft above ground,
bears south 60 deg 15 min east, 30.5 ft; thence
south 4 deg 01 min west, 1484.6 ft to cor No. 3, a
pine post scribed 3-1815, whence across and
B. R. chiseled on a porphyry stone in place,
showing 6x3x4 ft above ground, bears south 5
deg 15 miu east, 15.6 ft; thence south 85 deg
east255.5 ft to cor No. 4, a pine post scribed
4-1815, on line 2-3 sur No. 698, Jackson lode, at
south 5 deg west, 877.8 ft from cor No 3; thence
north 4 deg 49 min oast, 1484 5 ft to cor No. l,the
place of beginning; containing 9.0./6 acres, and
forming a portion of the west % of the north
east of section 8, township 5 south, ranges
west, Boise meridian. No conflicts.
The presumed course of the lode is nearly
north and south. The number of feet claimed
the lode is fourteen hundred eighty
and six-tenths, as described in the tores
field notes, with surface ground two hundred
and seventy-six feet in width.
The notice of location of said Owyhee quartz
mine is of record in the office of the recorder of
8
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of
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The Capitol Hotel,
BOISE CITY , IDAHO
FIRST-CLASS THROUGHOUT
HEADQUARTERS FOR. OWYHEEITES
''C Ng ^
FUASfK. "BLA.CK.IJVGEJK.
Manager
Qreorge O. Sampson
LI'VISR/yiLÆ.A.Î'T
-RROPRIETOR OF
MURPHY, SILVER CITY, DEWEY and DELAMAR
STAGE LINES
The best facilities for transportation between the railway ter
minus to and from Silver City, DeLamar, or other points in Owyhee.
Keep good mouutain rigs, with good stock aud Careful Drivers.
Stables at Silver City and Murphy
George O. Sampson
Proprietor
V
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THE BEST EQw IPPED HOSTELRY IN OWYHEE COUNTY
J5he
DEWEY HOTEL
DEWEY. IDAHO
HEATED THROUGHOUT BY STEAM. LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY.
COLBORN & SOMERVILLE,
Proprietors
G/>e IDAHO HOTEL
SILVER. CITY. IDAHO
Stage Office
and
First-class in Appointments
Wells, Fargo
& Co. Express
in the Hotel
Sample rooms for Salesman
CONNORS (SL EVANS.
Proprietors
said Owyhee county, at Silver City, in book 7
of mining claims, at pages 418,419 and 420.
The claims adjoining said Owyhee quartz
mine are as follows: On the uortu, the Ruth
and the Perhaps; on the east, the New Clear
brook, and Survey No. 698 on the southeast;
on the south, the Katherine; and on the west,
the Bonanza.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
minirg ground, vein, lode, premise*, or any
portion thereof so described, surveyed, platted
a d applied for, are hereby notified that un
less their adverse claims are duly filed accord
ing to law, and the regulations thereunder,
within the time prescribed by law, with the
Register of the United Statces Land Office at
Boise City, Idaho, they will be barred by the
provisions of the law in such cases made and
provided.
Harry J. Sym , Register.
First pub.. Sept. 30,1904 ; 9th pub., Nov. 25, 1904.
Beginning at corner No. 1 w'henee discovery
stake bears north 24 deg 34 min E, 715.6 feet dis
tant and the W quarter corner of sec 12, Twp 5
8, R 4 W of the Boise base and meridian
bears N 88 deg 3 min W, 1067.64 feet distant;
thence N 84 cleg 9 min E, 531.16 feet to corner
No. 2; thence N 2 deg XI min E, 1508.80 feet to
corner No. 3; thence S 84 deg 9 min W, 583.41
feet to corner ' o. 4 ; thence S 0 deg 34 min W,
1497.10 feet to corner No.1,the place of beginning.
Notice of Application For
United States Patent—
No. 370.
MINERAL 8URVEY NO. 1860
United States Land Office,
Boise. Idaho, Sept. 16,1904.
Notice is hereby given that E. H. DEWEY, a
citizen of the United States over the age of
tw T enty-one years, whose postofiice address is
Nampa, Idaho, by John J. Blake, his attorney
in fact, whose address is Boise, Idaho, has
made application for United 8tfttes patent for
the Gold Nugget, Square Deal and Venus lode
mining claims, kuown as the Gold Nugget
Consolidated lode, situated in Carson mining
district, Owyhee county, Idaho, upon the w
half of section 12, township 5 south range 4
west Boise meridian, and designated as miner
al survey No 1880, and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
est
GOLD NUGGET.
The original notice of location of said t3old
Nugget lode is recorded iu book 9 of mining
elaims, page 21 of the records of Owyhee
county, Idano. Total area, 19.034 acres.
SQUARE DEAL.
Beginning at corner No. 1 whence the west
quarter corner o' sec 12, twp 5 S R 4 W BM
bears south 19 deg 22 min W, 1484.3 feet distant,
and the mouth of the discovery tunnel bears N
63 deg22 min K, 338 feet distant; thence N 84
deg 9 min E 592.48 feet to corner No. 2; thence
north 15 deg 27 min E, 1090..' 6 feet to corner No.
3; thence 8 84 deg 9 min W, 455.28 feet to corner
No 4; thence 8 21 deg 51 min W, 1147.57 feet to
corner No. 1 the place of beginning. The ori
Ï :inal notice of location of said Square Deal
od is recorded in book 8 of mining claims,
pages 211, 212, of the records of Owyhee county,
Idaho. Total area, 10.974 acres.
VBNÜ8 LODE.
Beginning at corner No. 1 whence the west
quarter* corner of sec 12, twp 5 8 R 4 W B M
bears N 78 deg 17 min W, 480.14 feet distant;
thence N 84 deg 9 min E at 300 feet intersect
lode line of the Venus claim whence diseovery
shaft of the lode line bears N 0 deg 51 min E,
947.08 feet distant 600 feet to corner No. 2;
thence N 0 deg 34 min E, 1497.10 feet to corner
No. 8; thence 8 84 deg 9 min W, 592 48 feet to
corner No. 4; thence 8 0 deg 51 min W, 1497 94
feet to corner No. 1 the place of beginning.
4 he original location notice of said Venus lode
is reci rded in book 8 of mining claims, page
27 of of the records of Owyhee county, Idaho.
Total area, 20.364 acres.
Total area claimed for this survey No. 1880,*
50.:,71
The adioining
the Ben Harrison on the west an
lode on the east. The ;
Gold Nugget lode is the
north, both of said claims being unsurveyed
claims.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
mining ground or premises or any portion
thereof so described, surveyed a-d platted and
applied for are hereby notified that unless
their adverse claims are duly filed according
to law and the regulations therein within the
time prescribed by law with the register of the
United States land office at Boise city. Idaho,
they will be barred by virtue of the provisions
of said statute,
•! t'>.
claims to the
uare Deal are
the Summit
claim to the
t lode on the
adjoining
e Su mini
Harry J. Syms, Register.
First pub. Sept. 23,1904 ; 9th pub. Nov. 18,1894

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