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HANSON, Ass't Editor and Foreman Eutered as second-class matter Januar y 4,11*05, at the post office at Silver City Idaho, under the Act of Congress of Mareh 3.1879 MEMBER WESTERN IDAHO PRESS ASSO CIATION OH AS. A. HACKNEY. MEADOWS, PRES F. G. BURROUGHS, CALDWELL, SEIUY THURSDAY. AUGUST 11. 1910 OWYHEE COUNTY DIRECTORY. County Commissioners: 1st Dist.—C. H. Crete, Silver City. 2nd Dist.— J. W. McDowell, Homedale. 3rd Dist.—A. .1. Harley, Bruuean. Sheriff. Clerk Dist. Court.—John 8. St Clair. Probate Judge.—Dr. F. 8. Heer. Assessor.—Oscar F. Brunzell. Treasurer.—Margaret Cavaney. School Supt.—Jennie Farrer Avery. Prosecuting Attorney.—C. M. Hays. Coroner.— Dr. T. D. Farrer. ■M. M. Krieg. A NATION BEING ENSLAVED In New York City are ten or twelve men who control the capi tal of more than sixty of the heaviest national banks of that city. That means that they, in effect, control the finances of the United States. That means that they are in one sense stronger than the Gov ernment of this Republic. That means that Congress dare not pass any legislation which they do not approve. That means that they, under present conditions, hold the busi ness of the United States in .the hollow of their hands, and decree whether this shall be a profitable or unprofitable year for the peo ple. ' That means that the most in fluential newspapers in the Unit ed States wait to receive from them the manner in which the public opinion of this country shall be directed. That means that the people of this couutry who sometimes imagine that they are free, are in truth little better than slaves. That under the present finan cial system of this country, it has ceased to be a Republic and is, in truth, under the government of the meanest of all aristocra cies, the aristocracy of heartless, insolent wealth. It was that power which, then in its infancy, demonetized silver and ruined tens of thousands of men. It is that power which, now that it by that act destroyed the exports of this country to half the people of the earth, keeps the great controlling newspapers of the East from even mentioning the fact, much less from trying to have it restored. Politicians and newspapers fiercely discuss national politics and portray the unwisdom of one party and the excellence of another party; the integrity of one class of politicians, the utter want of integrity of another class, and these few men from their gilded counting-rooms, look out upon the strife, and with smiles remark that it must be rather robust exercise to engage in during the hot spell. Things looked badly in 1861 64. There was danger of our Republic going through years of petty revolutions, even as Mexico and other Latin Republics had been, for the previous half cen tury. It is worse now, for had the other calamity come, still the slogan all the time would have been Liberty, and, after awhile, from the exhaustion and the sor row, the people would have been led up to order and to peace. The present control is swiftly leading the people down to de gradation, slavery and decay. It may be asked, what can remedy this? There is no remedy so long as the only standard of value which the country has is gold, and these men control all the gold in circulation, and the banking system of thecouutry is founded on the interest-bearing debts which the country owes, and which, under this system, can never be paid, but upon which the people must pay inter est forever. The great conquerors of the past have made names and for tunes for themselves by having by having their people killed in wars of conquest. These gentlemen in New York are too humane for that. Their idea is not to have the people killed, but to keep them paying interest. The same idea is be hind them that is behind the tith ing yard in this city. No wonder Mr. Aldrich is un able as yet to formulate a finan cial system for this country, be cause environed as he is, that system would first have to meet the approval of these masters in New York, and Mr. Aldrich has not the courage to offer anything they might suggest, to the peo ple of the United States. A peaceful remedy would have to be worked through Congress, and that as Congress is consti tuted, or is liable to be consti tuted, is impossible. We fear it will have to come through revo lution. We cannot see into the future far enough to predict in what form that revolution will be sprung, but this we know, that if the rank and file of this land, the men who fell the forests, till the fields, mine the ores, turn out from the looms their webs, and carry on the mighty industries of the country, ever get to once understand that their liberties 1 and the liberties of their children are being insidiously undermined; that the purpose is to financially enslave them and their children forever; then there «ill be an up heaval,and before the skies again clear, justice will be done and the American people will again be free.—Goodwin's Weekly, theirgoods always have satisfied customer. During the remaining few months of 1910, forty States will elect new Governors and the le gislative bodies, now being chos en, have the selection of thirty Unitsd States Senators. Con gressional contests will be held in three hundred and ninety-eight Congressional Districts. Thus a vast number of offices are to be tilled and this old country is in for quite an extended campaign this fall. Notice for PublicaJitn. Notice of Proof of Application ol Water to Ben eficial Use.) NOTICE I» HEREBY GIVEN. That on the 1 th day of September, 1910. at South Mountain. County of Owyhee, state of Idaho, proof will be submitted of the application to beneficial use of 3.2 cubic feet per second of the wateis of- South Mountain Creik. in accordance with the terms and conditions of Pei mit No 2349, heietofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The name and postoffice address M the per or corporation holding said permit are Ken neth Mackenzie Jordan Valiev, Oregon. î to which said water has been ap plied is irrigation aud domestic use 8 The amount applied to beneficial use is H.2 cubic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used is SH SWH Sec. 19, NJ^ NWI4 Sec. 30, T. 7 S„ R 4 W. B. M. LUusurveyed.] 5 The name of the canal or ditch or other works by which said water is conducted to such place of use is-No name. 6. The right to take the water fiom such works is based upon Permit No. 2349. 7. The source of supply from which such water is diverted is South Mountain Creek. 2. The 8. The date of priority which said user is pre pared to establish is October 24, 1906. D. G. MARTIN. State Engineer. First publication August 4,1910. Last publication August 25, 1910. Notice for Publication. Notice of Proof of Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice 1« hereby given that at 10 A. M., on the 22ud day of August, 1910, at Homedale, Coun ty of Owyhee, State of Idaho, before Frank J. My 1er, J. P., proof will be submitted of the application to beneficial use of 1.6 cubic feet per second Oi the waters of Succor Creek, in ac cordance with the terms and conditions of Per mit No. 2419, heretofore issued by the State En gineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The name aid postofflee address of the per Chris. M. Jensen. son holding said permit Homedale, Owyhee County, Idaho. 2. The use to which said water has been ap plied is irrigation and domestie use. 3. The amount applied to beneficial use is 1.6 cubic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used is E% 8E*4, Sec.8, Tp. 3 N, R. 5 W. B M. 5. The name of the canal or ditch or other works by which said water is conducted to such place of use is McDowell Ditch. 6. The right to take the water from such works is based upon Permit No. 2419. 7. T e source of supply from which such wa ter is diverted is Succor Creek. 8, The date of the priority which said user is prepared to establish is November 6th, 1906. D. G. MARTIN, State Engineer. First publication, July 21, 1910. Last publication, August 11, 1910 NOTICE. SERIAL No. 09575 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Notice is hereby given that the State of Idaho on the 27th day of July, filed in this office a list of lands No. 09575, selected by its State Board of Land Commissioners for Indemnity purposes under Section No. 4, Act of July 3rd, 1890, as fol lows: N WÎ4 Section 26, Township 4 S, Range 6 W. Copies thereof by descriptive sub-divisions have been posted in this office for inspection by any person interested, and the public generally. Within the next sixty days from the date of the first publication hereof, protests or contests, against the claim of the State to the tracts, or sub-divisions herein described, on the ground that the same is more valuable for mineral than for other purposes, will be received and noted for report to the General Land Office at Wash ington, D. C. Failure to protest, or contest the claim of the State wilhiu the time specified, will be consider ed sufficient evidence of its non-mineral charac ter, and the selection being otherwise free from objection, will be recommended for approval. WM. BALDERSTON, Register. First Publication August 4, 1910. Last Publication September 1,1910. The goods manufactured by the Silver City Cigar Mfg. Co., are all Union Made and guaranteed. Dealers who handle 0 c< Owyh.ee Brewery SILVER CITY, IDAHO BEER Guaranteed to be a Pure Hop aj\d Barley Product A Healthful and Delicious Tonic Beverage For sale by the Barrel or the Case Frop^ ^Fritz Solrleifer I mmwmwmmm m OWYHEE MEAT COMPANY i I i I David Somerville and Fred Ulmer « I I 1 4 1 m I Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh I I I I I I I I All Kinds of 1 . m M SAUSAGES m I I .A. S;peoia.Tty At The Se^irve Old Stand I I I ASHER A. 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