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NUGGET All tho Local Mining News Accur ately Chronicled. Subscription Rates. ONE YEAR. SIX MONTHS. Strictly in advance. ... l.oo Advertising Rates. Display ads, per issue, 25 cents per inch : by the month, 50 cents per inch. bocals, 10 cents per llne^one insertion; i f«ntn 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, $1.50 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. inch. Published every Thursday by F. G. Burroughs, Editor and Publisher. Eutered asuecond-clasr matter January 4,1905, at the post office at Silver City. Idaho, under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1912 MEMBER WESTERN IDAHO PRE8S AS80 CIATION ClIAS. A. HACKNEY. MEADOWS, PRES F G. BURROUGHS. SILVER CITY. SEC'Y. OWYHEE COUNTY DIRECTORY. County Commissioners: 1st Dist.—C. II. Grete, Silver City. 2nd Dist.— R. J. Gifford, Reynolds. 3rd Dist.—A. J. Harley, Bruneau. Sheriff.—Oscar F. Brunzell. Clérk Dist. Court.—John S. St Clair. Probate Judge.— Dr. F. S. Heer. Assessor.—Albert V. Townsend. Treasurer.—Margaret Cavaney. School Supt.—Jennie Earner Avery. Prosecuting Attorney.—Win. Healy. Coroner.— Dr. T. D. Farrer. Surveyor.— F. W. Hutett. . . . We are in receipt of the first few issues of the new daily started at Weiser. The paper is a four page affair and one that does credit both to the publisher and the town. If the bunch of boost ers are as live in Weiser as Bro. Purcell claims they are, they will see that the feature is ntade a permanent institution at Wash ington's county 'seat. The pro gress and enterprise of a town is fittingly portrayed in its news papers and the support given them is money well expended. JUDICIAL WISDOM! Indiana has a good pure food law and, more important still, it has efficient and "active officers to enforce it. One of the valuable provisions of the Indiana act was designed to protect the public from the sale of impure milk. The newspapers have recently chronicled the fact that an In diana dairyman was found by the state inspectors to be selling dirty milk. The officers purchas ed some of this milk for the pur pose of securing evidence against the dairyman. They found the dirt and the dairyman was pros ecuted for selling a filthy product. When the case came into court, $100 Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will S leased to learn that there Is at least one readcd disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, 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 ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors I have so much faith in its curative pow ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Across F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by p.!l Druggir.ts, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 1 be the attorneys for the milk dealer maintained that their client was not guilty of violating the law because it must be shown that the milk was purchased for hu man food, when, as a matter of fact, it was purchased in this instance for purposes of anaiysis. The judge before whom the case came sustained the motion of the defendant's attorneys and held that the dairyman was not guilty of an offense under the Indiana Food and Drug Act! The Jour nal of the American Medical As sociation reports this decision in a recent issue and says that it refrains from commenting on this example of judicial wisdom for fear of violating the postal laws. Not A Silkworm A country girl was home from college f ir the Christmas Holidays arid the old folks were having a reception honor. During the event she brought out some of her new gowns to show to tiie guests Picking up a beautiful silk creation she held it up liefere the admir in her Nr - A Hell N % I «r; 19111 ■à I j iM wK '3 ænnyBrookK Whiskey «IWHISKt» " ACfOKW & D kfUJI. j pVjNHT Brook DismuBtttj I JttUHSON COUNTY KrMlUCtt » » •y «•jï * ' ' m Northwestern Liquor Assn. (Successors to Leo P. Grunbuum) General Distributors BOISE CITY, IDAHO BANK W. G. SIMPSON S. D. SIMPSON Cashier Fresideut BY MAIL ■ We pay sped». I attention to the accounts of our mail customers » » 5 We have the facil ities and are pre pared to handle all legitimate hanking business witli accu racy and dispatch. We solicit corres pondence or inter views when you are in need of ttie services of a good Bank. OF CALDWELL, IDAHO I 1 Capital $ 50 . 000.00 J. C. NICHOLS F. G. HOFFMAN Vice-Pres. Asst. Cashier ing crowd. "Isn't this perfectly gorgeous!" she exclaimed. ''Just think, it came from a poor little insignificant worm!" Her hard-working father looked a moment, then turned and said: ''Yes, darn it, an' I'm that worm!"—Ladies Home Journal. Subscribe for your county paper, the Nugget. $2 a year. Notice of Sale of Delinquent Stoek OFFICE OF BRUNEAU CEMENT CO , Ltd. Room 81, Merino Bidding, Boise, Idaho NOTICE.— 1 There is delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock on account of assessment levied on the 4th day of December, A. D. 1911, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders follows, to wit: Number Number NAMES of of Amount Cert. Shares J. S. Jellison 8. E. Vance 8 1000 $100 00 1000 100 00 2 And in accordance with law, each parcel of such stock many shares of may be necessary, will be sold at the office of said company. Room ,'U Merino Building, Boise, Idaho, on the 10th day of February, 1912, at the hour P. M., of such day, to pay delinquent assess ments thereon, together with the costs of adver tising and expenses of sale. (Signed) 'clock. P. M. EBY. Secretary Room 31, Merino Block Boise, Idaho 40—4t—First publication Jan. 18.1912 Last publication Feb. 8,1912 a a Asher A. Getchell SILVER * CITY Drugs, Medicines, Stationery Drug Sundries, Confectionery Perfumes, Cut Glass, China Tobaccos, Post Cards, Etc. News Stand in Connection > 00 00 of Post Office Drug Store Owyhee Brewery SILV/EIi CITY, IDAHO BEER QUARANTE E D T 0 B E A PURE HOP A N D Barley Product A HEALTH-FCL AND DELICIOUS TONIC BEVERAGE FOR SALE BY THE B A R R E L O R B Y T HE CASE Fritz: SolYleifer Prop m mmwmwMM Sit I to i) I m 4 OWYHEE MEAT COMPANY » m 1 Da-vld Somerville and Fred Ulmer I w m I 'O', I « i Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh I ii s Ë 1 i All Kinds o f Sausages m m m A SPECIAL T Y I Ë I 1 At The Same Old Stand I I 1 M L. C. GARDNER 0. D. DOWNEY I GARDNER & DOWNEY fjj LIYERY, FEED & SALE STABLE SILVER CITY, IDAHO FREIGHTING FROM MURPHY TO ALL Parts op OWYHEE COUNTY BSTTinest of rigs for conveyance. Particular Care A supply Of coal, hay and grain kept on hand. Wheat for chicken feed. j attention given to Commercial trade. » ful drivers.