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Trout Pond Decision. The supreme court has passed upon the case of the state vs. W. F. Dolan, which was put through the lower courts and appealed to the higher tribunal for the purpose of testing the constitutionality of the state game and fish law as bearing on the sale of fish taken from what were understood to he private ponds. Dolan was tried in the district court in May last, on the charge of offering for sale trout that had been taken from tue ponds of Robert Osborn, in Fremont county, where this species of fish is propagated and raised. The fish were shipped to Boise and there offered for sale by Dolan. The trial resulted in the conviction of Dolan and a fine of $10 was imposed. The case was then appealed to the supreme court it being the belief of those interest ed that the case in question did not come within the provisions of the law for the protection of the fish of the state. Under the law the court holds it is permissible for the owner of any private pond to propag te food fishes therein, provided the pond in question is a place where food fishes do not naturally abound, and the owner may himself sell the product of the pond directly to consumers; but it is a misdemeanor for any other person or persons, or com pany, to transport or offer for sale of the products of the pond . The supreme court affirmed the judgment of the lower court in the case, holding that the pond from which the fish in question were taken was not a private pond with taken was not a private pond with in the meaning of the law. The pond, in Fremont county, is made by damming a creek which is a natural spawning ground for trout and connecting it with an other stream of the same kind. As the law provides a private pond cannot be created of waters where food fishes naturally abound, the court sustains the judgment of con viction against the dealer, court says: "Such pretended private ponds are only devises for the evasion of said law and are not private ponds within the meaning of said section. The » Mines Under the Ocean. John Collins, who is employed at the Standard-Mammoth mine, in the Coeur d'Alene district, has four or five specimens of tin ore re cently sent him by a friend now working in the mines of Cornwall, England Mr. Collins has already gathered together quite a large col lection of ores from many parts of the world and is constantly mak ing additions to it. Every summer or fall he goes on a prospecting trip, and s>me time next month he expects to go into the Clearwater country, where he already has min ing interests. The tin ore men tioned above was sent from the Bellow, Levant and Balleswidden mines, the workings of which are all under the ocean. The Levant is farthest out. From a shaft sunk on shore a drift extends under the sea for almost three miles. So far the English government collects a royalty for ores extracted, hut be yond the three mile limit the min will he under the high seas and ftee from the payment of royalty to any government, this locality are said to be eight or ten feet wide. ere The ledges in So It Ever Was. said "You're a good little wife,' a good man to his helpmate, "and I don't know what I would do And, as he spt..ke, about her and without you. he put his arms kissed her, and she forgot all the And for in that moment, getting all, she sang on as she went care about the house, and the song was heard next door and a woman there caught the refrain and sang also, and two homes were made happier because he had told her that sweet old story of the. love of a husband for a wife. As she sang, the grocer's boy, who called for the order, heard it and went out whist ling on his journey, and the world heard his whistle, and one man hearing it thought here is a lad who loves his work, a lad happy and contented. And because she sang her heart was mellowed, and as she swept about her door, and the cool air kissed her on each cheek she thought of a poor old woman she knew and a little bas ket went over to that home and a quarter for some fuel. So because he kissed and praised her the song came and the influence went out and out to make others cheerful and happy. Where love is. contentment and happiness reign supreme.—Ex. Fstray Notice. One black mare, about 6 years old, and dara bay colt about 4 months old. Mare wearing shoes, branded L on left stifle, being the brand of present own er. Also branded a and \ again over and slightly shading first \ on left, shoulder. Thomas Cocks, owner, will pay five dollars (85.00) reward for the return of the mare and colt to him at DeLamar. One very light buckskin horse, al m st yellow, maue and teil being much lighter, answers to name of Polly, branded —8'' (as nearly as the types eau form it). William Mitchell, of DeLamar, will pay five dollars ($5.00) reward for the return of the horse to him at DeLatnar Mitchell horse Cocks' mare aud col supposed to be together, will be paid by the postmaster at De i au.ar. Rewards For Sale. Rauch and station ou Sinker creek. For terms see Mrs M. E. Paul, Mur phy, Idaho. 9-5t Legal Notices. Alins Summons. In the District Court of fbe Seventh Judicial District of the State of Idaho, in and fot the county of Owyhee. Cicero G. Breedlove, plaintiff, vs. Carrie I). Breedlove, defendant The State of Idaho sends greeting to the above named defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought against you by the above plaintiff in the District Court of the Seventh Judicial District, State of Idaho, in and for the County of Owyhee, and to ansvv plaint filed therein, within ten days (exclu sive 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 in this district, within twenty days; otherwise within forty days. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and defendant on the ground that on or about the 27th day of April, 1904, the said de fendant, disregarding the solemnity of her marriage vow, willfully and without c deserted and abandoned plaintiff, and still con tinues so to willfully and without cause desert and abandon said plaintiff, and to live separate and apart from him without any sufficient cause or reason ; also for general relief, all of which more fully appears by reference to the plaint on file in this action, nich is herewith served. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint as above required, the said plaintiff wi'r apply to the Court for the relief demanded in thecomplaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the Dis trict Court of the Seventh Judicial Dis trict of the state of Idaho, in and for [seal] the County of Owyhee, this 17th day of July, in the year of our Lord one thiius and nine hundred and five. n»l mod the c ' Sc ertifled copy J. S. St Clair, Clerk. J F. Nugent, Attorney for Plaintiff. 9 U Notice of Sheriff's Sale. By virtue oi an execution in my hands, issued out of the District Court of the Seventh Judi cial District, State of Idaho, in and for Owyhee county, in the suit of The Boise City National Bank, a corporation, plaintiff, against Michael Hyde, defendant, duly attested the 13th day of July, 1905, I have levied upon all the right, title a interest of the said Michael Hyde in and to the following described property, situated in said Owyhee county, State of Idaho, viz: The N 14 of the S l % of Sec 27, the N*4 of the SU, the SWK or the BE, « 4 , the SEK of the SWK of Sec 28. the E y % of the SEK. the SV* oft he SW 1 ! of Sec 29, the SVfc of the SEK, the E% of the SWK and Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 of Sec 30, the SWL, ilie BEK of the NWK, the 8»4 of the NEK and the NEK of the NEK of Sec 31, t lie NWK of the NWK Sec 82, all in T 4 S, R 1 E. Also the N*4 of the SEK of Sec 23, the W Yt of the SWK. the BEK of the SWK. and the SWK of the SEK of Sec 24, the SEK. and the SEK of the SWK of Sec in T 4 S, R 1 W. Also the SWK of the SWF, of Sec 28, the NK of the SWK and the \\ U of the oi Sec 29, the NEK *>f the NWK. and the NWK of the NEK of Sec 32, and the SK of the NWK of Sec 28, all in T 4 S, R 1 K, containin 2050 acres, more or less. Together with water rights, ditches, canals, water franchises and privileges used in and about or In connec tion with ho irrigation of said lauds. Notice is hereby given that on Friday, the eighteenth day of August, 1905, at two o'clock p ra., of sai 1 day. at the front door of the Court House in Silver City, Owyhee county, Idaho, 1 will sell all the right, title and interest of the BHid Michael Hyde in and to the above des cribed nroperty, at public auction, to the high est bidder for cash, in lawful money of the United States, to satisfy said execution and all costs. Given under my hand, this 26th day of July, 1905 an all SE I A. Dcncan, Sheriff By 81 Tl'LUs, 10-3t Deputy Sheriff. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. a By virtue oi an execution issued out of the Probate Court of Owyhee county, Idaho, to me directed. In favor of Ira -ardner and Lucius Gardner, partuers, doing business under 'he firm name and style of Gardner Bros., and against Oscar Ccderborg and Albert Cederborg, partners, doing business under the firm name and style of Cederborg Bros., I have seized, and shall expose for sale at public auction, at ten o'clock a. in., on Saturday. the fifth day of August,. 1900, at Sampson s livery stable, on Jordan street, in the town of Silver City, Owy hee county, Idaho, the following described per sonal property. to-wit: One bay horse branded 28 on left stifle; one sorrel horse branded 28 on left stifle; one gray mule branded^JP on left shoulder; one sorrel horse branded B_ shoulder; one black horse branded C on left shoulder; one browu horse branded 14 on left shoulder ; one 0% in. Studebaker wagon ; one set lead harness; one set wheel harness; "one team riding saddle; one wagon shoe; one chain ; and one pair doubletiees. Terms, cush. Dated I nly 28,1906. left A. Duncan, Sheriff. By Si Tullis, Deputy. 10 - 2 t State Land Sale. Saturday, August 12, 1906, the following described lands belonging to the State of Idaho, will be offered for sale at public auction at the State House at Boise City, Ada county, Idaho, at 1 o'clock p. m. Price per . Acre. Imps $17 50 $50 00 17 50 50 00 17 50 50 00 17 50 50 00 12 50 12 50 12 50 12 50 12 50 12 50 12 50 15 00 50 00 12 50 12 50 12 50 12 50 10 00 50 00 10 00 50 00 10 00 50 (X) 10 00 50 00 11 00 50 00 12 50 200 00 Notice is hereby given that Twp. Range 6 8 5 K Sec Description. NE »4 NE y. I' 5 E 6 S \ h 10 \ w '• F. 10 o ^ SW M NE K SE % NE »4 NE K NW 14 NW K NW SW *4 NW NW K 5 E 5 E 5 E o s 10 6 S 16 0 S 10 s 6 E 0 S 10 5 K 0 s 1 '' SE 5 E ö S SW NE o s 5 E N W »4 SW J.4 SW »4 SW 14 SE H SW Vi *4 SE h H SE M NE % SE % K BE K 14 NE H 5 F 6 S 1 " 0 s 5 E 16 5 E 5 E 5 E 6 S NW 16 0 S : 6 S 15 of r> e 15 H 8 l w i s \ F I s 1 W NW 1 SE K NW »4 NE K SW 14 SW 14 8E W NWJ* SW % N I r. 4 S - W ::<> 2 W i s -> w - N 3 N 5 W Terms of sale are as follows: On all lands selling for twenty-five dollars an acre one-tenth of the purchase price and first year's interest on deferred paymen's, cash on day of sale, balance in eighteen annual installments at 6 per cent, interest; on all lands selling for more than twenty-five dollars an acre, two tenths of the purchase price and first >ear's in terest balance in sixteen annual installments at six per cent, interest. No lands will be sold for less than the appraised value. For further Information address the County Treasurer, or State Land Department, Boise, Idaho. By order of the State Board of Land Com missioners. * less, day of sale, deferred payments, cash C. S. McConsel, Register. Dated July 7,1905. ' ■ Notice (or Publication. Notice is hereby given that ou the 1st day of September, 1905, at Silver City, county of Owy hee, statu of Idaho, proof will be submitted of the completion of works for the diversion of 3.2 cubic feet per second of the watera'of Jordan creek, and of the application to beneficial use of said water, in accordance with the terms and conditions of permit No. 1313, heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the state of Idaho: 1. The name and postofiice address of the person holding said permit are Frank Sw isher, Jordan Valley, Oregon. 2. Said works of diversion will be fully com pleted on the date set for such completion, and the amount of water which said .works are cap able of conducting to the place of intended use, in accordance with the plans accompanying the application for such permit, is 3 2 cubic feet per second. 3. The use to which said water has been ap plied is irrigation and domestic purposes, and the amount applied to beneficial use is 3.2 cubic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used is SEK Sec 12. Tp 30 S, R 46 E, W M. 5. The «name of the ditch by which said water is conducted to such place of use is Frank Swisher Ditch. 6. The right to take the water from such works is based upon Permit No 1313. • 7. The source of supply from which such water is diverted is Jordan creek. 8. The date of the priority is prepared to establish is May 22, 1905. rhich said 9-41 Notice for l'ublicatioii. Department of the Interior, Laud Office at Boise. Idaho, June 29. 1905. Notice is hereby givvii that the following named settler has filed notice of hiF intention to make final proof iu support of his claim, and made before the Land Office, Boise. 1905, viz: John E. Keith, H. that said proof will be Reg'st r and Receiver, U. S. Idaho, on August25, E. No. 8285, for the BE *4 NWK» SWK NEK and NWK SEK. Sec. 1, T. I S, R. 5 W., R. M. mes the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz : Alfted Cox, C. M. Sutton. Fred Rochman, all of Wilson, Idaho, and Cora Brooks, of Boise, Idaho. He Harry J.Symh, Register. t Notice for Publication* Department of the Interior, Land Office at Boise, Idaho, July 20, 1905. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in that said prooi and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, Boise, Idaho, on Scptemberô, 1905, viz: JOHN M. MORGAN, H. ß. No. 4097, for the NEK SWK. SEK NWK, S *2 NEK, Sec.,4, Tp. 5 8., R. 1 \V., Boise Meridian. He names t&e following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz : Thomas Penrose, John W. Rowzee. Vernon N. Pool, John MatthewX all of Oreana, Idaho. 10-5 support of his claim, and .'ill be made before the Register 1 Harry J. Syms, Register. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Christian Baltzer, an incompetent person. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, and estate of Christiau incompetent person,^to the creditors persons having claims against the lan Baltzer, to exhibit them with the guardian of the pe Baltzer. of, and all said Christ necessary voucher*, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said guardian, at hiR residence at Bruneau, Idaho, the same being the place for the transaction of the b si ness of said estate. Dated July 24, 1905. E. M. Wolfe. Attorney for Guardian. John Mitchell, Guardian. 10-5t Blbblrvs-Myei Go's Bid's. SILVER CITY, - - - - IDAHO Receives Deposits subject to Check. Buys and.sells Exchange. Interest Paid time Deposits. S. I). McLain, Cashier Advertise in NUGGET: PROFESSIONAL CARDS 9 7 TH08. FARBE«, M. 1>. PHYSICIAN & BURGEON C'nlls answered any hour of the day or night. Dk Lamar, Idaho H. C. Ciiniiiiitfliaiii ATTORNEY ANI) COUNSELOR Office near Idaho Hotel. Prompt and careful attention given to all legal business Silver City, Idaho W. It. HAMILTON, M. 1>. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Cut, Idaho Silvi DK. F. S. HEER —DENTIST— IDAHO SILVER CITY, JOHN F. NUGENT • ATTORNEY-AT-LAW IDAHO SILVER CITY JOHN .LAMB NOTARY PUBLIC SILVER CITY, IDAHO. SALOON^ Eating House | &c Feed Barn M 1 J ", ÖS Is now prepared to furnish first-class meals and lodging for man and beast I TP ■j. Wines Liquors cigars ]P. F. *1 r Qeorge O. Sampson LIVER - HROPRIËTOR OF ■ ! MURPHY, SILVER CITY, DEWEY and DELAMAR STAGE LINES ^"The best facilities for transportation betweeu the railway ter- 1 minus to and from Silver City, DeLamar, or othcfl* points in Owyhee. Keep good mouutain rigs, with good stock aud Careful Drivers. Stables at Silver City and Murphy Proprietor George O. Sampson J k.. The Capitol Hotel, BOISE CITY , IDAHO FIRST-CLASS THROUGHOUT HEADQUARTERS FOR. OWYHEEITES SÇ Ng Ng Manager FTlAJSfK. BLA.CK.IJVGEP* THE BEST EQUIPPED HOSTELRY IN OWYHEE COUNTY Uhe DEWEY HOTEL DEWEY. IDAHO HEATED THROUGHOUT BY STEAM. LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY. Proprietor MARK COLBORN SOCIETY CARDS NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, SILVER CITY Lodge No. 25, K. of P. Regular meetings every Tuesday evening at 7:30, in Masonic Hail. All brethern in good standing are cordially in vited to attend. August Grete, C. C. John Grete, K. of R. and S. K C YRUS '-IIAPTEIi NO i, R. A. M.-Meets every fourth Wednesday of each months. So journing companions cordially invited to attend. R. H. Britt, Ex. H. P. R. H. Leonard, Jr., Secretary. S ILVER CITY LODGE NO. 13, A. F. & A. M. Meets the Second Wednesday of •h month. Sojourning brethern cordially invited to attend. Frederic Irwin, W. M. J. 8 . St. Clair, Secretary. NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, DELAMAR LODGE, No. 29. Meetings Friday evenings at 7:30 p. ra. in Castle Hall. B. A. IJeazle. K. of R. and 8 . K H. H. SlMMONP, C. C. LLA KEBEKAH LODGE, NO. 31, eets the second and fourth Wednesday in each month at Odd Fellow's Hall. Visiting members i ted. u good standing cordially invi Emma Roi>da, N. G. Eliza Mitchell, Secretary. WYHEE LODGE NO. 2, I. O. O. F., Silver City, Idaho. Meets every Friday night. Sojourning Brethern always welcome. W. R. Hamilton, N. G. O U. H. Leonard, Jr., Secretary. F lorida mountain lodge no. 42 k. of P., meets every Wednesday ut then Castle Hall, in Dewey, Idaho. Visiting brother- a cordially invited. William Inglis, K. of R. and 8. VV. H. B ? C.C.