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The Owyhkb Nugget $2 a year.
Phiile Fox, a traveling salesman of Hpokane, was busy in Siiver yesterday. All parties knowing themselves indebt ed to the Owyhee Nugget will kindly remit as soon as possible as it is desired to get all oatstanding accounts off the books. We take this means of telling the pub lic that Geo. R. Sweeney, of I)«Lamar, has the best tailor-made ready-to-wear clothing that can be had and at prices that are so low that it will astonish you. NOTICE Nono* TO OWNERS IxAJÏD WITHIN TH* GRAND VIEW IRRIGATION DISTRICT IN OWTHKX COUNTY. IDAHO, BBNKFTTH AND TH* LIST Or THE MAKING OF AS8ESSMKNT OF APFOltTTONMENTS OR DISTRIBUTION THEREOF FOR SAID DISTRICT. To all owners of land, as well as parties having any estate or interest In land, within the Grand View Irrigation Disteict, in Owyhee County, Idaho: You and each of you are hereby notified that the Board of Directors of the Grand View Irri gation District of Owyhee County, Idaho, hav ing heretofore examined the lands in said Dis trict, will meet at the office of said Board in the Grand View State Bank building at GrandVieW, Idaho, at nine o'clock A. M., on Friday, the 11th day of August, 1911, for the purpose of making the assessment of benefits and the list of ap portionments or distribution thereof for said District. Grand View Irrigation District by its Board of Directors. A. K Bailrt. President. Otto R. Bolen, Secretary. 12-14 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Notice ia hereby given that at 2 p. m., on the day of September, 1911. at Silver (. Ity, County 9 f Owyhee,State of Ida ho,before F « Heer, proof will be Hdbmi^ted of the completion of works for the diversion of 8.2 cubic feet per second of the waters of Spring and forks of Cherry Creek accordance with the terms and conditions of « certaiu permit heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the state of Idaho. , 1. The name of the person or corporation bolding said permit is 8. E. Flora flora. 2. The postofllce address of such person the place of business of such corporation is Jordan Valley, County of Malheur, State of Oregon. 8. The number of such permit Is 6'80. and the dale set for the completion of such work is Sep tember 10, 1911. August Ol 4. Bald water to be used for irrigation and domestic purposes. 5. Said works of diversion will he fully com the date set for such completion, and pieted the amount of water which said works ; able of conducting to the place of use. iu ance with fche plans accompanying the applica tion for such permit, is 8.2 cubic feet ond. are cap accord per sec 6. The amount of lands for which said water isavailhblcls 160 acres, particularly desorided as follows: E!* SK.ii, Sec 86. Tp. 8 8.. R. 5 w., B. M Lot 2, Sec. 1, Tp 9 8 , R. 6 W., B. M., 8W NE>4, KWk SEJ4, Sec. 1, Tp. 9 8., R. 6 W., B. M. A. E. Robinson. State Engineer. 12 15 Summons on Foreclosure of Mortgage IN THE DISTRICT COURT JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE IDAHO, OWYHEE. OF THE THIRD STATE ■ OF IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF A. Viele, Plaintiff V8. E. C. Williams, James R. Keith, as Ad ministiator of the estate of David L. Williams, deceased, and .. and •;.. whose nsmes are to the plaintiff unknown, the unknown heirs and unknown devisees of the said David L Williams, deceased, the grantor in the certain mortgage from David L Williams and E. C. Williams Viele, recorded in Book 7 of Mortgages at page 606 of the mortgage records of Owyhee County, Idaho, James A. Will to A iams, Jesse M. Williams, John C. Williams. L. Wm. Williams, Andrew 8 Williams, Thomas T. Williams, Joseph B. Williams, Charles B Williams, Ear nest Williams, Theodore Williams, Emma V. Rather and Nora C. Holcomb. Defendants. The State of Idaho sends greeiings to the above named Defendants. You are hereby required to an action brought against you by the above named plaintiff in the District Court of the Third Jndicial ' District, State of Idaho, in and for the Con appear in n tv of Owyhee and to answer the complaint filed therein within twenty days (exclu vive of the day of service) after the sevice on you of this summons, if served within this district; or if served out of The this district, within forty days, said action is brouht to obtain a decree tain mortgage described in the complaint ; of this Court for the forcloeure of a cer- 1 j and executed by the said E. C. Williams and David L. Williams on the 13th day of February 1908 to secure the payment of a certain series of ten promissory notes amounting in all to the sum of $106.57, note No. 1 of said series being for the sum of $10.67 note No. 2 to 10 inclusive being for the sum of $12.00 each, Note No. 1 becoming due Jan. 1, 1909, and the balance of said series be coming due at intervals of one year thereafter, said series being executed and delivered to the said plaintiff by the said defendant E. C. Williams and David L. Williams, now deceased, on the 13th da of February, 1908; that the whole of the said series of noteB has become due and payable by reason of the failure of defendants to Day note No. 3, due January 1, 1911, pursuant to the provisions of the said note and mortgage. That said mortgage embraced the following described property in Owyhee County, State of Idaho, to-wit: The south east quarter of the south east quarter of Bection 17 and the north east quarter of the north east quarter of section 20 in township 1 north of range 3 west of Boise Meridian, contain ing eighty acres, together with a water right for one hundred and fifty inches of water from Hard Trigger Creek ; and that the said mortgage was duly ack nowledged and certifies so as to entitle it to be recorded and the same was after wards, to-wiit, on the 20th dav of April, 1908, dulv recored in the office of the County Recorder of Owvhee Countv, State of Idaho, in Book 7 of Mortgages at pag- 606 of the mortgage records of said county. That the said mortgage by its terms expressly provides, among other things,, that in the case of the failure of the makers to pav when due, covenanted to he paid, or secured bv said mortgage, that the who's deht cured thereby should become due and collectible at the option of the mortgagee or the holder of the said mortgage with out notice. That said mortgage also provides that in case of foreclosure tl said mortgagors would pav a reasonable attorney's fee in said action, mortgage alBO provides that all paid by the mortgagee for taxes shall he secured thereby and be collectible with the principal note. That plaintiff claims the sum of $75.00 as attorney's fees herein and asks for iudgment for the principal «uni of$P6 00 and for $39.53 paid for taxes and for the $75 00 attorney's fees and for the costs of this action. any snm PP H That said money That the comptent ha« been filed against the said defendants herein in the above action ami a copy thereof is hereto attached and made part hereof. That the premises conveyed by paid mortgage may be sold, and the proceede j thereof applied to the payment of the ' sum so due to the said olaintiff, includ- j ing costs, accruing costs and attorney's I aufficient to pay the same, that plain _ , . , , ■ tin may have judgment for such de ficiency and execution issue therefor; that the said defendants and all fees, and in case sud» proceeds are n»»t , . . . . . , , interest in and to said morgaged premises and for such other aiid further relief as . j j And if you fail to appear and answer ! person b claiming bv, through or under them may he barred and forclng^d ol* all tit If, right, claim, lein, equity of redemption and may he just and equitable such complaint as above required, plain tiff will take defaull against you ami ! j I apply to the Court for relief demanded in the complaint. _. , , , , , . n en under mv hand and seal of the tv of J j j said District Court, in Hie conn Owvhee, State of Idaho, this 12th dav of July in the year of our lyird 'honssnd nine hundred and eleven. one [nkal] J. S. St CLAIR. Clerk. McElroy A Winstead, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Residence. Boise, Idaho. 12-15 Notice of Publication. Notice is hereby given that at r2a m on the 25th I < da > <>f August.niibai itrune.au, County of < tftate of Idaho,before T W.Summery N. P , proof will be submitted of the completion of works for the diversion of 2.4 oubic feet per second of the waters of Dry Creek and Spring accordance with the terms and conditions of a certain permit heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The names of the twyhee i < ■ pereon or corporation holding said permit ia J .tan W. Bharp. 2. The poatoffice address of the place of business of such corporation Is Bruneau, County of Owyhee, State of Idaho. 5. The number of such permit is 5788, and the date set for the completion of such August 28th, 1911. 4. Said water to be used for irrigation and do mestic purposes. 6. 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 condnctiug to the place of intended use in accordance with the plans accompanying the application for such permit, is 2 4 cubic feet second. such persons or work is < • per 6. The amount of lands for which said is available Is 120 acres, particularly described as follows: EH BE* SW* S\*% Sec. 82, T. 68 R. 5, E., B. M. water < A. E. ROBINSON. State Engineer. First publication July 20, 1911. Last publication August 24, 1911. Notice of Proof of Completion of Works and Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice is hereby given that at 10 14th day of August. 1911. at Wilson, County of Owvhee*Btat.e of Idaho,before lames Pryer.proof will be a m. on the submitted of the completion of work« for ihe diversion of 1/10 of one cubic foot per second of the waters of Snake River and of the application to bcncticsl said water In accordance with the terms and conditions of Permit No 7097 heretofore issued by the State Engineer Qf the State of Idaho. 1. The name and pnstotfice address of the son, or corporation, holding said permit, Wallace it. Wllbur.Ouffy,Owyhee County,Idaho 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 placo of use, in accord ance with the plans accompanying the applica tion for use of per O n •h permit,iB 1/10 of one cubic foot per second. H. « he to which said water has been ap plied is irrigation and domestic purposes, and the amount applied to beneficial of one cubic foot per second. 4. The place where said water is used is in the north and lowest portion of lot 1. Section 34, Tp. 1 8 , R. 2 W.. B. M. 5. The date of priority which said pared to establish is February 18, 1911. A. E. ROBINSON, 8tate Engineer. use is 1/10 is pre First publicntion July 18, 1911. Lus! publication August 10, 1911. If you want to be happy send us two dollars and a Nuogft will be delivered to you every week for one year. NOTICE OF CONTEST (F«r Publication.) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Boise, Idaho, J uly 18,1911. To Heirs of Thomas Smith, deceased,of Jordan Valley, qregon. Contestée: You are hereby notified that William J. Shea who gives Jordan Valley, Oregon, hb his posi oflice address,did on M»y 15, 1911,file in thtsoffice his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cauce lation of desert lat d, Entry No 07148, Serial vo. 07148 made October 2, 1909, lor WV4 SK>4 Section 13, Township 9 South, Range 5 West, Boise Meridian, ami as grouuds for his contest he alleges that "said Thomas Smith died In Owyhee County, Idaho, on the third day Cf April, 1910 That at the time of his death said Thomas Smith was unmarried and had children or other heirs known to affiants. That more than one year lias elapsed since the death of said entryman, and that during the year last past neither said entryman, uor any one repre Hcutiug him, nor any oth DO person or persons, j have spent one dollar per acre or any other sum for ,be T >,lr '' OBe of improving or r claiming said 'laud«. T î at no sum or amount has been, spent j in improving or reclaiming the raid lands ,iri8 ' d in 8aid eutr F- during the second after said entry was made. are, therefore, lurther notified that the said allegations will be taken by this office having beep confessed by you, and your said entry will be canceled thereunder without corn year your further right to be heard therein, either before this office or onappeal. if you fail to file in this office within twenty days alter the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer under oath, specifically meeting and responding to these allegations of contest, or if you fail wnhiu that time to file in this afflee due proof that you have served a copy of your answer qn the said contestant elt h*"° n or 6y registered mail. If this service is made by the delivery of a copy of your answer to the contestant in person, proof of such vlce DIU8t ** elther 'he »aid contestant'« written acknowledgment of his receipt of the copy, showing the date of its receipt, or the affidavit er in .»••r of ,h<! P'' r,lnn b S' whom the delivery was made stating when and where the copy wasdelivered; if made by registered mail, proof of such vice must cousist of the affidavit of the ser person by whow the copy was mailed stating when ami the posto hoe to which it was mailed, and this attidavit must be accompanied by the post master's receipt for the letter. You should state in your answer the name of 'he post office to which you desire future notic es to be sent to you. FRED V. TINKER. R' oeiver. Date of first publiratian July 20, 1911. " " second - " '* third *' " fourth " 27, - Aug. 3. 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