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I OWYHEE NUGGET AUtHe Local Mining News Accur ately Chronicled. ^ ^ ^ ^ a Subscription, Rates. ONE YEAR. SIX MONTHS. Strictly in advance. $ 2.00 1.00 Advertising Rates. Display ads, per issue, 26 cents per inch ; by tue month. 60 cents per inch. Locals, 10 cents per line it cent« 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, 5 cents per line. Legal notices, $1,00 per Inch first inser tion; 50 cents per inch each additions insertion. 60 words constitute Table or figure work, $1.60 per inch first insertion; 75 cents per inch each addi tional insertion. Card of Thanks, $1.00 Foreign and patent medicine ads take the same rates as above mentioned. insertion; inch. Published every Thursday by F. G. Burroughs, Editor and Publisher. Entered ns second-class matter January 4,1906, at the post office at Sliver City. Idaho, under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. -SM» THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912 MEMBER WESTERN IDAHO PRESS ASSO CIATION CHAS. A. HACKNEY, MEADOWS, PRES F G. BURROUGHS. SILVER CITY. SEC'Y. OWYHEE COUNTY DIRECTORY. Comity Commissioners: 1st Dist.—C. H. Crete, Silver City. 2nd Dist.— R. J. Gifford, Reynolds. 3rd Dist.—A. J. Harley, Bruneau. Sheriff.—Oscar F. Bnmzell. Clerk Dist. Court.—John S. St Clair. Probate Judge.—Dr. F. 8. 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. . . . The Fayette Independent rises to remark that "Snow is of immense value to the crops." Gee, what crops we will have in Silver this fall. ... A pews dispatch says "that Pablo Moreno died at Navajo, las4 week, aged 127 years. He had smoked cigaretlies for the last 115 years and always ate-coarse food." The gentleman seems to have lived tolerably long, but we wonder how long he jvould have lived if he had not been addicted to the cigarette habit. . . . Anti-paternalists are not getting much comfort from the English news dispatches these days. The British government has just taken under its wing the telephone company and will here after operate it as a public utility. The purchase price was over seventy-five million and another thirty are to spent at once on improvements and extensions. The service will be sold at cost plus interest and sinking fund. The rates will be lower to small users and larger to big users, on account of the fact that the latter have been enjoying a flat rate, which will now be abolished, There is more Catarrh in this section of * e country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few was supposed to bo incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Sci ence has proven Catarrh to be a constl tutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Ï3 the only Constitu tional cure on the market. It is taken in ternally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful. ' It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it ! fails to cure. Send for circulars and tes timonials. Address: F. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by TVrn^^ls^s, 7"e. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. years ROOSEVELT THE CHOICE ! The Capit al News has been con- ; j ducting'a straw vote to get an I idea as to how Idaho stands with regard to presidential possibili ties. The result shows Roosevelt on | top, both in first and second ! in the total, j La Follette comes next and TaftI a bad third. On the Democratic I choice votes and side Wilson leads with Rryan second, Harmon third and Clark fourth. The following are the figures: First Second Choice Choice Total G72 249 921 100 ISO 280 410 912 533 56 160 264 240 504 40 296 336 From this the Capital News de duces that Idaho is rampant pro gressive, and proceeds to analyse the situation as follows: "The bare ballot result does Roosevelt Taft La Follette 496 Wilson Harmon Bryan Clark 192 341 104 m G» •It m I v'uV.tH; ». , '• 1 ; 19031 ' A « $ f •; Distilled. A^ed 1ST». §f . MnyBrook wmi ■ sPedsäUi ' ; •Yt] wma •. #17 bac [f fin if v J Whiskey j'^HT WHISKEY * Aü£DW**| : P; V piuxut Urook 0i«n*.uw ft ! iHlta SON COUSU M KTUOff ' m Sj , , r»Ti: w P . ' . - ■ - II PURE-MELLOW HEALTHFUL Northwestern Liquor Assn. ' (Successors to Leo P. Grunbuum) ' General Distributors BOISE CITY, IDAHO hüàaâife BANK W. G. SIMPSON S. D. SIMPSON ii Cashier (K President tit : MAIL We pa. y special attention to the accounts of our mail customers !! We have the facil ities and are pre pared to handle all legitimate banking business with aeon 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 Capital $50,000.00 J. C. NICHOLS F. O. HOFFMAN S Vice-Pree. Asst. Cashier —.. not anywhere adequately portray the apparent weakness of Taft as a candidate, because such alarge percentage of Republican indicated a determination to voters vote for the Democratic nominee provided their first or second choice of Republican candidates was not nominated, which, in this case means that unless Roosevelt or La Follette should lead the Republican hosts, thous ands of those voters in Idaho will cast their ballots for the Dem ocratic nominee. A little more than 29 per cent of the signed Republican ballots indicated in one way or another,a determi nation to give preference to some Democratic candidate provided their Republican choice is not named. "If neither of these is nominated, it's Democracy for wrote one voter on his ballot, and he there expressed an idea that seemed prevalent to many Republican voters." me, Asher A. Getchell ' ^9 SILVER CITY ^^■AAAAAAAA AA AAAAAAAAAA A AA A AAjAAAAAA. Drugs, Medicines, Stationery Drug Sundries, Confectionery Perfumes, Gut Glass, China Tobaccos, Post Cards, Etc. News. Stand in Connection Post Office Drug Store Owyhee Brewery SIL/VJEH CITY, DAHO GUARANTEED TO BE A PURE HOP A N D Barley Product A HEALTHFUL AND DELICIOUS TONIC BEVERAGE FOR SALE BY THE B A R R E L O H B Y T II E C A S E Fritz Schleifer, Prop Ha mummmm « m : wii m w 4 B OWYHEE MEAT COMPANY m m § Da.vi«l Somerville and FVed Ulmer I m m m 1 Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh m m I m a f 1 » All Kinds of Sausages i f É A SPECIALTY m m I At The Saume Old Stand w m I I mmwm L. C. GARDNER C. D. DOWNEY I GARDNER & DOWNEY j LIYERY, FEED k SALE STABLE fl SILVER CITY, IDAHO FREIGHTING FROM MURPHY TO ALL Parts of 1 OWYHEE COUNTY BSf"Finest 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.