IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD JU
DICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO,
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF OWYHEE.
In the matter of the petition of the
Board of Directors of the Grand View
Irrigation District of the County of Owy
hee, State of Idaho, for the judicial
examination, approval and confirmation
of all the proceedings heretofore had for
the purposes of organizing said District
and the issuance of bonds by said Dis
trict in the sum of One Hundred Seventy
five Thousand Dollars.
In compliance with the order of Hon
orable John F. McLane, Judge of said
Court, duly made and entered on the 31st
day of May, 1911, notice is hereby given
that a petition of the Board of Directors
of the Grand View Irrigation District of
Owyhee County, Idaho, was filed in said
Court on the 31st day of May, 1911,
praying that said Court fix a time for
the hearing of said petition and order the
Clerk of said court to give and publish
notice of the filing and hearing of said
petition as by law required, and that
upon said hearing the Court may find and
determine whether such notice of the
filing and hearing of said petition had
been duly given, and that upon such
hearing the Court may find thateach and
all of tho proceedings for the organization
of said District from and including the
petition for such organization, and all the
proceedings of said District and the Board
of Directors thereof which may effect the
legality or validity of said bonds in the
total amount of One Hundred Seventy
five Thousand Dollars, and the author
ization of said issue of bonds and the sale
thereof, to be regular and in all respects
conforming to law, and that thereupon
said Court may approve and confirm all
proceedings had by or in relation to such
District from the date of the filing of the
petition for the organization thereof to
the date whereupon this petition is filed
in this court, and that judgment be en
tered accordingly, and for all other
necessary and proper relief.
And notice is hereby further given that
said court has set Friday, the 30th day
of June, 1911, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
Court House in Silver City, Owyhee Coun
ty, Idaho, as the time and place for the
hearing of said petition, and that any and
all persons or parties interested in or
affected by such petition or the proceedings
to be then examined and confirmed by
said Court may, on or before the date set
for such hearing of said petition, appear
and demur or answer to the same or any
Witness my hand and seal of said Court
at Silver City, Idaho,this31st day of May,
J. S. St Clair, Clerk of said court.
Storey & Steigmeyer, residing at Salt
Lake City, Utah, and P. E. Cavaney,
residing at Boise, Idaho, Attorneys for
AUTOS IN SMASH UP
Speeding over the three-mile
motor course at Sable, 10 miles
east of Denver, in practice on
May 27 for the three hundred
mile race on Decoration day, two
racing automobiles, running
some distance apart, veered from
the course at the same point, but
in opposite directions, and
turned over, instantly killing the
driver of one car and injuring the
other driver and the inachinic
ians of both cars.
Robert W. Bean, aged 24, |
whose home was in Detroit,
crushed to death beneath the car. !
erst . . . _ „ „
Hie injured are: Otto E. .Wang
ntz of Denver, two ribs broken,
internal injuries; Lee Bert Rob-'
erts of Denver, badlv bruised;
Harry Rail of Denver, head
Silver City, Idaho,
Monday, May 15th, 1911
The Board of County Commissioners o
Owyhee County, Idaho, met, in special
session, at the office of the Clerk thereof,
in Silver City, the county seat of said
county, on Monday, the 16th day of May,
1911, at ten o'clock A. M., for the purpose
of taking action upon the application of
Thomas Higgins for the repair of cei tain
roads in the vicinity of the Three Creek
store and postoffice; action upon the
advisability of making certain changes
and repairs on the road between Silver
City and DeLamar, at what is known
the "Little Hog's Back and for the
further purpose of taking action upon
the application of Chas. F. Simmons for
a license to sell intoxicating, epirituous,
malt and fermented liquors and wines,
to be drank in, on or aboutthe premises
Owyhee County, Idaho
Present : Chas. H. Grete, Chairman,
R. J. Gifford, Commissioner, and J. S.
St Clair, Clerk
The following proceedings were had,
in Enterprise Precinct,
Whereupon, it is ordered that the
of $75 00 be and the same is hereby
appropriated for the purpose of repair
ing the hill and lane at Three Creek,
near the store and postoffice, provided,
said amount will place said road in sat
isfactory repair; such expenditure to be
made by and under the direction of
Whereas, the Board having heretofor
examined and inspected the line and
location of the public highway between
Silver Citv and DeLamar, near what is
known a9 the "Little Hog's Bank ;"
And whereas, it appearing to the satis
faction of the Board that it would lie
beneficial and to the best interests of
the public to straighten the line of
the public to straighten the line of
said road, at or near said point;
It is hereby ordered that the line of
said road be straightened, and that a
new road he constructed at said
along the line thereof as laid out by (he
Board of County' Commissioners.
Whereupon, it is ordered that the
application of Charles F. Simmons for
a licence to sell intoxicating liquors
and wines, to be drank in, on or about
the premises where sold, in Enterprise
Precinct, said county, for twelve months,
commencing the first day of J une, 1911,
be and the same is hereby granted, and
that the bond
accompanying said ap
plication in the penal sum of $3,000 00,
with J. C. Connors and Fred Ul
sureties thereon be and the
Whereupon, it is ordered that this
Board do now adjourn sink
AtteBt: J. S. 8 t Clair, Clerk.
Chas. H. Grete, Chairman.
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C™F, S CHAPTER N0 - 2 ' R a - M.-Meets
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Notice for Publication.
DEPARTMENT OFTHE INTERIOR,
U S. LAND OFFICE at
Bone, Idaho, April 21,1911,
NOTICE is hereby given that Clares. Jcnness,
of Nampa, Idaho, Assignee of Adna Hall, who,
on August 13,1907, made Desert Entry No 2779
Serial, No. 09798, for NJ 4 NEI 4 ', Sec. ' 10 , NW 14
h'WbL Section 20, Township 3 8 ., Range 1 W.,
Boise Meridian, has died notice of intention
make Final Proof, to establish claim to the
land above de-cribed before the Register and
Receiver, U. 8 . Land Office, at Boise, Idaho, on
the 30th day of June. 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses:
of Nampa, Idaho.
Albert A. Bluuk,
Louis A Blunk,
Herbert R Neitzel,
Robert E. Neitzel,
*• Boise, Idaho.
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Wm. BALDEKSTON, Register.
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In a burst of penitence little
I reddie was telling; his mother
what a wicked boy he had been.
"The other day, mamma,
said, "I found the church door
unlocked and I went inside.
There wasnt' anybody there and
"You didn't take
away did you, son?" she asked.
Worse than that; I-"
"Did you mutilate the hymn
books or play any tricks of that
"Oh, lots worse than that
ma,' sobbed Freddie. I
and sat down in the amen
and said 'Darn it.' "
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