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The Owyhee nugget. ([Silver City], Idaho) 1905-1984, August 11, 1910, Image 4

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Lega.1 Notices.
(Final Proof.» !
I. WILLIAM E. GRAY, of Glenn. Ferry, Idaho, '
who madeentry No. 182, under the provisions
of an act of the legt.latu.e of the Stale of Idaho, I
commonly known as the • Carey Act." approved
March 2nd, 1889, which embraces SIC* SB* of
Sec. 84, S W* £ W* of Sec Hi and NW NW* of
section 2, of township « S, of range 9 E, B. M ,do
hereoy give notice of my intention io make final
proof tu establish my claim io the laud above
described, and that I expect to prove that I have
res,oed ,,n. reclaimed and cultivated said laud
as required by law, before Charles C. Smith,
Agent State Board of Land Commissioners, at
King Hill, Idaho, on the Uth of August, 1910, by
two of the following witnesses.
WILLI vM E. OKAY. Eutryman.
Lynn Tread v\ ell, of Glenn* Ferry, Idaho.
Willard H. Trefry, of Glenns Ferry. Idaho.
Colyer Wiicher, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Lee H. Johnson, of Glenn? Ferry, Idaho.
Notice for Publication.
Notice for Publication,
[Final Proof.]
(.WILLARD II. TREFRY. of Glenns Ferry,
Idaho, who made entry No 18ft, under the pro
visions of an ac of Ihe legislature of the State
of I laho, c .rmnonly known as the "Carey Act,"
approved March 2nd, 18S9, which embraces NE^
NK l 4 of S» c. 2 and Lot 2. SW^ N W* aud Lot 3.
of section 1, of township G 8, of range 9 E., B. M.,
do hereby give notice of my intention to make
final proof to establish my claim to the land
above described, and that 1 expect to prove that
i have resided ou, reclaimed and cultivated said
laud as required by law, before Charles <J. Smith
Agent 4late Board of Land Commissioners, at
King Hill, Idaho, on the 11th of August, 1910, by
two of the following witnesses.
WILlAKD H. TREFRY, Entry man.
L nn Treadwell of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Colyer Wiicher, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Lee H. Johnson, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Joun F. Carter, of Glenns ferry, Idaho.
Notice for Publication.
(Final Proof.)
I, COLYER WILCHER of Glenns Ferry, Ida
ho, who made entry No. 183, under the provi
sions of an act of the legislature of he State of
Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act,''
approved March 2ud, 1889, which embraces Ey t
sW Lot 2 aud SW^ SK}^ of section 35, of
township 5 S. of range 9 E, B. M., do hereby give
notice ot my intention to make final proof to
establish my claim to ihe land above described,
and that 1 expect to prove «hat 1 have resided
reclaimed and cultivated said laud
on.
required
b.\ law, before Charles C. Smith, Ageul State
Board of Land Commissioners, at King Hill,
Idaho, ou the 11th of August, 1910, by two of the
following witnesses.
COLYER WILCHER, Entryman.
Lynn Treadwell, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Lee II. Johnson, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
John F. Carter, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Ada Sleek, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Notice for Publication.
[Final Proof]
1, LEE H. JOHNSON, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho,
who made entry No. 185, under the provisions of
an act of the legislature of the State of Idaho,
commonly known as the "Carey Act,'' approved
March 2nd, 1889, which embraces NVi 8K l 4 of
Sec. 2, N^ SW *4 of section 1. of township 6 3, of
range 9 E., B. M., do hereby give notice of my
iuteution to make final pr< of to establish
claim to the land above described, and that I
expect to prove that 1 have resided on, reclaimed
and cultivated said land as required by law, be
fore Chat les C. Smith, Agent State Board of Land
Commissioners, at King Hill, Idaho, on the 11th
of August, 1910, by two of the following wit
LEE H. JOHNSON, Entryman.
Lynn Treadwell, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
John F. Carter, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Ada Sleek, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
William E. Gray, of Glenns Ferry. Idaho.
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Notice for Publication.
[Final Proof.]
I JOHN F. CARTER, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho,
who made entry No. 180, under the provisions of
an act of the legislature of the Slate ot Iduho,
commonly known as the "Carey Act," approved
March 2nd, 1889, which embraces N* SE* of
Kec. 34, NW* SW* audSW* NW*, ot section
85, of township 5 8. of range » K, B. M., do here
by give notice of my intention to make final
proof to establish my claim to the land above
described, aud that I expect to prove that 1 have
resided on, reclaimed and cultivated said laud
as required by law before Charles C. Smith,
Ageut state Board of Laud Commissioners, at
King Hill, Idaho, on the llth of August, 1910, by
two of the following witnesses.
JOHN F. CARTER, Entryman.
Lynn J. Treadwell, of Glenus Ferry, Idaho.
Ada Sleek, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
William E. Gray, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Willard H. Trefry, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Notice for Publication.
[Final Proof.]
I. ADA SLEEK, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho, who
made entry No. 181, under the provisions of
act of the legislature of the State of Idaho,
monly known
an
com
the "Carey Act," approved
March 2nd, 1889, which embraces F 44 NW* and
Lots 4 and 8 of section 35, of township 5 8, of
range 9 E.,B. M., do hereby give notice of
intention to make Anal proof to establish
claim to the laud above described, and that I ex-
pect to prove that I have resided on, reclaimed
and cultivated said land aa required by law, be-
fore Charles C. Smith, Agent State Board of Laud
Commissioners, at Klug Hill, Idaho, on the 26th
of August. 1910, by two of the following witnesses.
- , ADA SLEEK, Entryman.
William E. Gray, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Willard H. Trefry, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
Colyer Wiicher of Glenns Ferry. Idaho.
Lee H Johnson, of Glenns Ferry, Idaho.
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Notice for Publicadion.
[Final Proof.]
I, LYNN J. TREADWH LL, or Glenne Ferry,
Idaho, who made entry No. 184, under the pro
vision* of an act of ihe legislature of the State
! Idaho, commonly known as the "Carey Act. 1 '
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estab ' iab ">? '»»'•" 1(1 > be *""<» ab <" e described
""d that expect to prove that I have resided
on ; ™ a 7 ed and cultivated saitl land as re
T ' ,,'' T'' w , Iore , Charlc8 1 C ; 8mlth ' A ** nt
8 " '' oard of ^ aud Commissioner, at King
H J '' ,dMbo ' ° n tbe luh of Au - uat ' 191 °- hy two
°f' be following srUneases
A „ u L> f NJ TREADWELL, Eutryman
t « uleU " * erry ' „ daho „, .
* ia "'„ E '< S ™ y - of .°'f Da8 F, ' rry ' Idah °
Willard H. Trefry, of Glenns Perry, Idaho.
CoI>er Wileher ' »< Glenns Eerry, Idab '>
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To H. F. Andregg, W, F. Noble, and J. H.
McGban, their heirs or assigns:
You aud each of you are hereby notified that I
have expended the sum of Sixteen Hundred
Dollars up in the Big Four group of mining
claims, consisting of the Big Four No. 1, Big
Four No. 2. Big Four No. 3 and Big Four No. 4
lode miuit g claims, situate in French Mining
District, in the County of Owyhee, and State of
Idaho, in order to hold said premises under the
provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of
the United States, being the amount required to
hold the same for the years ending December
3lst, 190ft, December 31st, 1907, December 31st.
1908, and December 31st, 19«>9. (the sum of 1400.00
having beeu expended thereon «du ting each of
the afor. said years)
And if within ninety days from the service of
this notice (or within ninety days after this no
tice by publication) you fail or refuse to contrib
ute your proportion of such expenditures, as co
owners, your interest in said claims will become
the property of the subscriber under said sec
tion 23*4.
MICHAEL ROOK.
SUMMONS.
In the Justice's Court of DeLamar Precinct,
County of Owyhee, SJate of Idaho, before C M.
Brown, Justice of the Peace.
Swain and Helm, a co-partnership. Plaintiff
vs. Big I Mining Co., a corporation, E. T. Hor
riue, Agent. Defendant.
The State of Idaho Scuds Greetings
To Big I Mining Company, a corporation, E. T.
Horrine Ageut. Defendant.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED To appear
before me, at my office in DeLamar, in the coun
ty of Owyhee, on tbe 12th day of October, 1910,
at 10 o'clock a. m., in
you by said plaintiff, to answer the complaint of
the above named plaintiff. Said action is
brought to recover from y
Eight Dollars and Ninety Beveu Cents ($58.97)
for merchandise purchased by y
plaintiff and delivered 10 you by said plaintiff at
your request, or plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded, or judgment will be
takeu against you for Fifty Eight Dollars aud
Ninety Seven Cents [$58.97] together with the
costs of this suit, if you fail to appear and an
swer.
TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CONSTABLE OF
SAID COUNTY, GREETING:
Make legal service and due return hereof.
Given under my hand this 2nd day ot August,
C. M. BROWN
action brought against
the sum of Fifty
from said
.9 in.
Justice of the Peace of DeLamar
Precinct in Said County.
E. E. BOV KN.
Plaintiff s Attorney.
Notice for PublicaTion.
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office, Boise. Idaho, »
July 2,1910. )'
Notice is hereby given that James F. Carothers,
of Croatia, Idaho, who,
homestead entry No. 6720, serial. No 02962, for
8W^, NE* SW) 4 , NW*^ BE*. Section 27,
Township 5S, Range 1 W, Boise Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make Final five-year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above de
August 7, 1903. made
scribed, before Probate Judge F. 8. Heer, at Sil
ver City, Idaho, on the tith day of September,
1910.
Claimant names
witnesses:
George L. Lewis, of Oreana, Idaho.
A. G. Bothern, of Oreana, Idaho.
Vernon Pool, of Murphy, Idaho.
Milton Oaro hers, of Oreana, Idaho.
Wm. BALDKRSTON, Register.
First publication August 4,1910.
Last publication September 1, 1910.
Notice of Forfeiture.
To Francis M au pin, her heirs or assigns:
hereby notified that I have expended
the sum of one hundred dollars upon the Last
Chance mining claim, situate in French Mining
District, in the County of Owyhee, and State of
Idaho, in order to hold said premises under the
provisions of Section 2324, Revised Statutes of
the United States, being the amount required to
hold the same for the year ending December 31 at,
1909.
You
And if within ninety days from the service of
this notice [or within ninety days after this no
tice by publication] you fail or refuse to contrib
ute your proportion of such expenditures, as co
owner, your interest in said claim will become
the property of the subscriber under said sec
tion 2324.
GEORGE SCHLACK.
PURE RANCH BUTTER
Delivered every other
Saturday at Dewey
and Silver City.
R-. J. Gifford, R.eynolds. Idee.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRS WINSLOWS SOOTHING
used for over fifty years by mill
for their children while teething, with perfect
success It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain; cures wind colic, and Is the best
reraedv for diarrhea. Sold by druggists In every
part of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. 25c. a bottle.
SYRUP Has been
lions of mothere
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
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CHAULES M. HAYS
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Office next dooi to Philipp
Jordan St
Silvkh City, Idaho.
*s Hardware Store
reet.
on
WILLIAM HEALY
-Lawyer
Office opposite the Idaho Hotel.
Silver City, Idaho
Member of firm of Smead, Elliott & Healy.
BOISE, IDAHO.
THOS. FA It RE It, M. I>.
PHYSICIAN * SURGEON
Callsanswcred any hour of the day oruight.
De Lamar. Idaho
W H. SCHUYLER, M. I*.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Calls promptly attended. Office at Idaho Hotel.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. ö 5 p. m.
Phone at office and residence
SILVER CITY,
IDAHO
MILTON G. CAGE
ATTORNEY AT-LAW
Practice in all Coarts—Federal and State
Deals in Land Scrip aud secures title
thereby without residence
414-415 Overland Block
Bell phone 321 black
BOISE, IDAHO
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SOCIETY CARDS
("•TRUS CHAPTER NO. 2, R. A. M.—Meet,
^every fourth Wednesday of each month. So
journing companions cordially invited to attend.
J. 8. St Clair. Ex. H. P.
Robert H. Leonard, Jr., Secretary.
«ILVKR CITY LODGE NO. IS. A. F. & A. M
^ Meets the Second Wednesday of each month
Sojourning brethem cordially invited to attend.
J. ä St Clair W. M.
Robert H. Leonard, Jr,, Secretary
ffcWYHBK LODGE No. 2, I. O. O. F., Silver
V^city, I aho, meets every second and fourth
Friday nifht. Sojourning Brethren always wel
come. garl Johnson, N. G.
Robert H. Leonard.. Jr., Secretary.
CILYKJUUTY MINERS'UNION No.fi«. W K.
M., Silver City, Idaho, meets every Saturday
evening after change of shift. All visiting mem
bers invited to attend.
C. W* tSTALLiNGs, President
M. D. McLeod, Secretary.
K nights of pythias, silver city
LODGE, No. 25. Meets every second aud
fourth Tuesday evening cf each month. Visiting
brothers always welcome.
Geo. Jeffery, C.C.
John Grete, K. of R. and S.
Everything New, Neat and Clean.
Modern Conveniences.
Share House
C. E. Share. Prop.
First Class Restaurant in Connection.
All White Help.
NAMPA
IDAHO
Notice Tor Publication.
Serial No. 07919
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
UNITED STATES» LAND OFFICE
Boise, Idaho, July 15, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Fred J. Palmer,
of Jordau Valley, Oregon, as attorney in fact for
Frank L. Huston, haa filed in this office his ap
plication to select, under the provisions of the
act of Congress approved July], 1898 (30 Stab,
597-620) the following described tract of unsur
veyed Land, to-wit:
Commencing at the NE corner of Twp. 4. 8. of
R. 5 W., B. M. ; thence South, 160 chs. along the
Twp. line to section cor. common to Secs. 12
and 13, Twp. 4, 8. of It. 5 W., B. M. ; thence East
40 chs., erected a stone monument 3 fj. high;
them e South 20 chi. to post 6 ft. high, set in the
ground surrounded with rock monument 2 feet
high marked with name of claimant and descrip
tion of land by sec. twp. and range. From
which commences irue description of said land
by meets aud bounds; thence South 20 chuins to
post 6 ft. high,set in ground surrounded by stone
monument 2 ft. high, marked with name of
claimant and description of said laud by sec.,
twp. and rauge. Thence East, 40 chs. to post 6
ft. high, set in ground surrounded by stoue mon
ument 2 ft. high, marked with name of claimant
and description of said land by sec., twp. and
range; thence North, 20 chs. to post set In the
ground 6 ft. high, surrounded with stone monu
ment 2 ft. high, marked with name of claimant,
description of land by sec, twp, and range;
thence West 40 chs. to place of beginning, -each
corner specifically marked to designate location
of said land.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
lands described, or desiring to object because of
the mineral character of the land, or for any oth
er reason, to the disposal to applicant, should
file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or
before the 7th day of September, 1910.
Wm. BALDERTSON, Register.
First publication August 4, 1910.
Last publication Sept. 1,1910.
The Nugget shop, being well equipped
with a good li je of display type of differ-
ent kinds, is now more capable than ever
to take care of your job work.
See Me
At the
O. K. GROCERY
He has the Goods
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Special Attention Given
To Outside Orders
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NAMPA
IDAHO
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L. S. DILLE, Cashier
THE WESTERN NATIONAL BANK
OF CALDWELL, IDAHO
can handle your banking business to your
entire satisfaction. Its officers and directors
are known to be safe conservative men and
yonr interest will be fully protected.
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