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The Owyhee nugget. ([Silver City], Idaho) 1905-1984, November 30, 1911, Image 2

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OWYHEE
NUGGET
AlltHe Local MlrxingNews Accur
ately Chronicled.
Subscription Rates.
ONE YEAR .
SIX MONTHS.
Strictly in advance.
$2.00
1.00
Advertising Rates.
Display ads, per issue, 25 cents per inch ;
by the month, 60 cents per inch.
Locals, 10cents per line one insertion;
6 p«utH per line each additional inser
tion.
Resolutions, Obituaries, Show, Fair, So
cial or other locals, when admission
is charged, or money is to be raised, 6
cents per line.
Legal notices, $1,00 per inch first inser
tion ; 50 cents per inch each additions
insertion. 60 words constitute an inch.
Table or figure work, $1.50 per inch first
insertion; 75cents per inch each addi
tional insertion.
Card of Thanks, $1.00
Foreign and patent medicine ads take
the same rates as above mentioned.
Published every Thursday by
F. G. Burroughs, Editor and Publisher.
Entered assecond-clasematter January
4,1905, at the post office at Silver City,
Idaho, under the Act of Congress of
March 3,1879.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1911
MEMBER WESTERN IDAHO PRESS ASSO
CIATION.
. CHAS. A. HACKNEY, MEADOW8, PRES
F G. BURROUGHS. CALDWELL. SEC'Y.
OWYHEE COUNTY DIRECTORY.
County Commissioners:
1st Diet.—C. H. Grete, Silver City.
2nd Dist.— R. J. Gifford, Reynolds.
3rd Dist.—A. J. Harley, Bruneau.
Sheriff.—Oscar F. Brunzell.
Clerk Dist. Court.—John S. St Clair.
Probate Judge.— Dr. F. S. Heer.
Assessor.— Altert V. Townsend.
Treasurer.—Margaret Cavaney.
School Supt.—Jennie Farrer Avery.
Prosecuting Attorney.—Wm. Healy.
Coroner.— Dr. T. D. Farrer.
Surveyor.— F. W. Hulett.
.It seems to the writer that as
a matter of
convenience some
standard time should be estab
lished in Silver.
As things are
now, there seems to beonestand
ard for the schools and another
for rest of us.
With the tele
phone facilities it would be an
easy matter to obtain correct
time and have all clocks in pub
lic places regulated thereby and
the school bells sounded by that
standard.
.The Yakima country carried
off the apple honors at the
American Land and Irrigation
Exposition held in New York.
By virtue of the award of the
judges, Mrs. Ella D. Rowland of
Zillah is the Apple Queen, for she
won the $500 in gold offered by
Howard Elliott, president of the
Northern Pacific Railroad and a
$1,000 silver trophy.
honors went to Robert Johnson
of North Y akima. Mrs. Rowland
has been living on her orchard
for eighteen years. It cost her
$40 an acre. She has refused
$1600 for it. Many other awards
were made to exhibits from the
Pacific North west.
Second
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's . Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
for the last 15 Years, and believe
i'JP'Pfffecfly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Toledo, O.
„ ^?"' S aP- at ?, rrh Cure ,s taken internally,
a. ting directly upon the blood and mù
us surfaces of the system. Testimonials
by lu Dniguu . 75 CentS P " r b ° tt,L '- Sold
Take Hall'u Family Pilla for constipation. >
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.During October six
were designated by the Secretary
of the Interior as suitable for
entry under the enlarged-home
stead act. These include 32,110
acres of laud in Idaho and Ore
gon and make a total of 190,
426,957 acres which has been
designated by the Secretary of
the Interior as enterable 320
acre homestead units.
areas
.When you get into a tight
place and everything goes again
st you until it seems you cannot
hold on a minute longer, never
give up then, for that is just the
place and time when the tide will
turn.—Harriet Beecher Stowe.
.IIow t often do we hear people
say: "Where in the world do all
the fies come from?" It is sim
ple enough. The toper makes
the blue-bottle fly, the stern fath
er makes the gad fly, the cyclone
makes the house fly, the black
smith makes the fire fly,thedriv
er makes the horse fly, and the
boarder makes the butterfly.
HIGHEST POINT IN IDAHO
In connection with its topo
graphic mapping the U. S. Gov
BANK
W. G. SIMPSON
President
S. D. SIMPSON
Cashier
BY
MAIL
We pay special
attention to the
accounts of our
mail customers
We have the facil
ities and are pre
pared to handle ail
legitimate banking
business with accu
racy and dispatch.
We solicit corres
pondence or inter
views when you
are in need of the
services of a good
Bank.
OF CALDWELL, IDAHO
Capita-1 $50,000.00
4
J. C. NICHOLS
Vice-Pres.
F. G. HOFFMAN
Asst. Cashier
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Alladin Rubbed the Lamp and
Gave his Orders
THE MODERN EQUIVALENT
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Lou Lift the Bell Telephone Receiver
and Give Your Commands
The Mountain States Tel. and Tel. Co.
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eminent survey establishes sev
eral thousand permanent bronze
aluminum bench marks every
year, and the bulletins of this
series give the exact altitudes of
these points. A recent issue is
Bulletin 487, "Results of Spirit
Leveling in Idaho," under the
direction of R. B. Marshall, chief
geographer. The lowest altitude
noted in this bulletin is at Bon
ners Ferry, which is given as
1766 feet above sea level. The
highest point in Idaho thus far
marked bj T the survey is at the
crest of the Sawtooth Mountains,
on the boundary line between
Blaine and Custer Counties. At
this point, between the Wood and
Salmon Rivers, an iron post has
been placed by the Survey, and
the altitude marked is 8,795% ft.
FERRYS
SEEDS
Good gardeners
are those who
raise good flow
ers and vegetables. Good
flowers and vegetab les come
from good seeds. We pro- 1
good seeds—the inter
duce _
ence is obvious. For sale
everywhere.
1912 SEED ANNUAL
Free on Request J
D.M. FERRY « CO. Æk
L Detroit. Mich.
F 22 12
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Asher A. Getchell
SILVER
CITY
Drugs, Medicines, Stationery
Drug Sundries, Confectionery
Perfumes, Cut Glass, China
Tobaccos, Post Cards, Etc.
News Stand in Connection
TfjfTTTfrr?
Post Office - Drug Store
Owyh.ee Brewery
SILVJElt CITY, IDAHO
JXV
GUARANTEED
T O B E A
PURE HOP
AND
Barley Product
A HEALTHFUL AND DELICIOUS
TONIC BEVERAGE FOR SALE BY THE
BARREL OR BY THE
CASE
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OWYHEE MEAT COMPANY
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At The Same Old Stand
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C. D. DOWNEY
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LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE
SILVER CITY, IDAHO
FREIGHTING FROM MURPHY
to all Parts of
OWYHEE COUNTY
BSTTinest of rigs for conveyance,
attention given to Commercial trade,
ful drivers.
Particular
Care
A supply of coal, hay and grain
kept on hand. Wheat for chicken feed.
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