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OWYHEE
NUGGET
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Published every Thursday by
F. G. Burroughs, Editor and Publisher.
Entered assecond-claBi? matter January
4,1905, at the post office at Silver City,
Idaho, under the Act of Congress of
March 8,1879.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1911
MEMBER WESTERN IDAHO PRESS ASSO
CIATION.
(■HAS. A. HACKNEY. MEADOWS, PRES
F G. BURROUGHS. SILVER CITY. SEC'Y.
OWYHEE COUNTY DIRECTORY.
County Commissioners :
1st Dipt.—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.—Albert V. Townsend.
Treasurer.—Margaret Cavaney.
School Supt.—Jennie Farrer Avery.
Prosecuting Attorney.—Win. Healy.
Coroner.— Dr. T. D. Farrer.
Surveyor.— F. W. Hulett.
.A knocker is a TfllNGapart.
No-one has any use for him. No
one ought to have any use for
him. If your neighbor is on a
deal, boost for him—he'll boost
for you next time.
.So the McNamarasareguilty
after all. Well, the sooner they
drop out of sight and out of
mind the better. Time, the great
healer, will demonstrate that the
right to organize for mutual pro
tection is not to be denied be
cause of such cowardly acts, and
out of it all will grow a demand
by the workers themselves for
conservative, law-abiding, well
balanced leadership.
.Did you ever see a girl go
sleigh-riding with a young
and come back with cold hands?
man
.At a meeting in Caldwell of
the newly-formed tax payers
league resolutions were passed
calling upon the commissioners
to permit the payment of taxes
in two installments. A capital
idea, if it could only be done, but
\Ve are afraid the law is dead
against it.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will
pleased to learn that there Is at least one
Sreadcd disease that science has been
able to cure in all Its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the o„ly
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
tJsease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
I- ? a T, e :, ana Riving the patient strength by I
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. The proprietors :
have so much faith in its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars 1
f r any case that it fails to cure. Send '
for list of -testimonials.
Address P. J. OHENZY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. I
Sola by all Dnirrpists, 75 c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. i
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.Senator Boràh has now been
suggested as president pro tem
of the Senate. The toga-wearers
might go further and fare worse.
.The fact that there are no
marriages in heaven is not, of
course, a sign that there are no
ministers there.
.If your wife is splitting the
stove wood the least you can do
is to keep the ax sharp for her.
WATCH YOUR GIRLS
The mother who allows a 16
year-old daughter to float
around the community in a top
buggy till 2 a. m.., with a count
erfeit sport with a weak jaw and
weaker morals, simply opens the
front door to grief and disgrace.
If you dont know what company
your girl keeps or what time of
night she turns in, your roar
when the gossips get busy will
sound like the wheeze of a dis
abled Jewsharp—just about as
touching ane pathetic. The girl
who insists on spooning with
with every male being in the cor
porate limits ought to be backed
into the woodshed and relieved
of her overflow of affection with
a number 11 slipper laid across
the hiplets. We would sooner
see a girl kiss a blind shoat
through a barbed wirefencethan
to have her change partners six
nights a week in the front parlor
with the lights turned low. It is
harder to marry off a girl who
has been pawed over by every
yap in the community than it is
to fatten a sheep on pinenpple
ice. You can't gold-brick
sharp-eyed suitor with second |
hand goods, any more than you
can fit a bath robe on a goat.
There are lots of weak-minded
parents that are going up against !
the judgment day with about as j
much chance as a cross-eyed girl
at a beauty show, and we call
them blessed with the enthusi-j
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BANK
W. G. SIMPSON
President
S. D. SIMPSON
Cashier
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We pay special
attention to the
accounts of our
mail customers
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We have the facil
ities and are pre
pared to handle all
legitimate banking
business with accu
racy and dispatch.
We solicit corres
pondence or inter
views when
are in need of the
services of a good
Bank.
;
OF CALDWELL, IDAHO
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Voll
Capital $50.000.00
,
J. C. NICHOLS
F. G. HOFFMAN
Asst. Cashier
Vice-Pres.
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club dance.—Gate City Journal.
MINE HORSE WEARS
SNOWSHOES
John Morrison,
a Wallace
liveryman and freighter, is the
owner of a horse called Dan,
which does a trick in his every
day life the eqnal to the "stunts"
attempted by the trained ani
mals in the dog and pony shows.
This horse walks on snow shoes.
He does it not to amuse, but to
aid his master in packing.
It is impossible to get into
some of the country's prospects
with an ordinary horse and sled.
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Dan, however, is accomplishing
the trick now, and will through
out the dead of winter.
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his snow shoes he will get there
though the surface is covered 20
feet deep.
The shoes the horse wears are
round, and similar in construe
to those worn by men. They
are fastened to the horce's feet
with leather thongs. Once they
are properly attached Dan walks
along with as much ease as a
city horse would travel
paved street.
Sam McDonald was the first to
make use of Dan's accomplish
ments this year. In the Sunset
district in which his property is
located, the snow has piled deep.
When he found it necessary to
take supplies through the other
day he took Dan and the snow
shoes and expects to make the
trip without trouble.
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has been our business for years.
We market the results in the
shape of thoroughbred vegetable
and flower seeds. They grow
good crops.
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