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8\v4, n2 so4, se4 swl aud 82 se4, sec. 25.
Tq township 5 south, range 7 east, B. M. Lots 6 and 7, and sw4 sw4, sec 34. That the boundaries of said proposed district shall be and they defined ns follows: hereby established and Beginning at the intersection of the nw corner of lot 8, sec 6. tp 6 s, r 8 e, with the Snake River, and running thence south to the sc corner of lot 6, said section, thence cast one-fourth mile U5 the center of said section 6; thence south one mile to the center of section 7, said township and range; thence cast one-fourth mile; thence south one-fourth mile; thence east one fourth mile; thence south one-fourth mile to the se corner of said section 7; thence east one-fourth mile; thence south one-half mile; thence east »4 mile to the center of sec 17, said township and range; thence south three-fourths mile; thence west one-fourth mile; thence south mile; thence,v,west one-t alf mile to the ne of the nw4 -fourth 1, sec 10, said township and range; thence south one-fourth mile; thence west half mile; thence north one-fourth mile to the il»? corner of lot 3, sec 19, said township and r *nge; thence west three-fourths mile to the center of sec 24, tp 6 a, r 7 e; thence south one half mile; thence east one-fourth mile; mile; thence thence south one-fourth ea**t one-fourth mile to the northwest •orner of lot, 2, sec 30, tp 6 s, r 8 e; thence south -half mile to the nw corner of lot 4, of said section; thence east one-fourth mile; thence s mtfi one-fourth mile; thence east one-half mile to the se corner of the svv4 sei, sec 30, tpti s, r 8 e ; thence south one-half mile; thence west one fourth mile to the center of sec 31, said town ship and range, theuce north one-fourth mile; thence one-half mile to the nw corner of rest (VSe lot 2, sui ec 31: thence north one-fourth mile to the nw corner of lot 1 sec 31, tp 6 s, r 8 e; thence ■ r est three-fourths mile; thence north one-hiilf mile; thence east one-fourth mile to the center of sec 25, tp 6 s, r 7 e; thence north one fourth mile; thence west one-half mile; 3-fourth mile to the thence north < corner of su'd jc 25; thence, east one fourth mile: thence uoVth tlir»e-fourths mile; thence west three-fourths Me; thence north three- fourths mile to the center of sec 14, tp 6 s, r 7«; thence west, one and one-half miles to the quarter corner the west line of sec 13, said township and range; thence north one mile to the quarter corner on the west line of sec 10; thence west one-half mile to the center of sec 9, sivlil township aud range; thence north n tie-half miles to the quarter corner on the h line of sec 4: thence east one-half mile to the northeast corner of said sec 4, said township and range; thence north to the uw corner of lot 6. sec .'44, tp 5 «, r 7 e; theuce east along the north line of said lot 6 to the point of imersecicm ther of with Snake River; thence in a ge easterly direction along the south bank of Snake River to the nw corner of lot 5, thence south to the sw corner of said lot 5; ihen e cud. t„ the center of soc I. »aid township i I i and • al :2. tp ft R. r7 c; and rang •; thence south one-fourth mile thence «Mac one-hnlf mile to the sw corner of lot 3, 6 t n 6 s, r 8 e; »hence north along th& range line between r mges 7 and 8 cast to the intersection th reof with the Snake River; thence. northeast erly to the sec corner of lot 3, sec 6,-tp 6 «, r 8 e, or place of beginning. That the proposed Dis'riot lie divided Into t treu Divisions, to be known as Division No. 1, D v sion No 2 and Division No. 3, the as nearly equal in siz ■ as practicable, to wit: Division No. t shall consist of all that portion of said district lying east of the range line be tween rang s 7 and 8 eas: of the Boise Meridian. Divisiou No. 2 shall consist of all that portion of sa^l district lving west of said range und cast of a line commencing at the nw corner of sec 2, tp 6 s, r 7 e, and running thence in a southerly directi *n to the s w corner of said section ; thence » in an easterly direction one mil* to the aecorner of said sec; and thence in a southerly direction to south boundary line of s i id di^rict. D vision No. 3 shall consist of all that portion of said district lying west of the w*st boundary line of Division No 2 of said district That an eie fion be and the same ordered tube held in said District on Saturday, j rie *9 r h day of June, 912, for the purpose of de is herebv tjwm i n i n ï whether or lion District shall be organized under tbe pr. v si ins of Title 14 of the Political Code of the ! »tsird proposed Irriga WÄNTE0-A RIDER AGENT lîl nSÜ " P « f J?,? ,St i rlc f r 1 de ? ml exhibit-a sample Latest Model »if a ,? K °f * V;] e ulsllC( l by us. Our agents every where are making i m ° nC £ A 0 ! special offer a, on * fvm w« until you receive and approve of your in C nrP?n sMPjn anyone any where i n the U . S. without a cent deposit ; ! ami allow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL duidrur ï^ich time you may ride the bicycle and put it to any test you wish t W sa s e( lor*do jTot & wîsh to^keep the I ll ' 53 t il jvw-äSJm L« l . ( ii^l. 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State of Idaho, being Section« 2372 to 2443, both inclusive, of the Revised Code« of Idaho, and the acts amendatory thereof. That notice of «aid election «hall be gi and for the notice of «uid Board, which notice shall describe the lands in said District with the certainty required in ai T ordinary deed ; that the name designated for such proposed District, to-wit: "Indian Cove Ir rigation District," shall be set forth in said tice, and It shall «täte that a map showing the lands in said District is on file In the office of the Board of County Commissioners; and said notice shall be published for at least four cessi by the Clerk of this Board 11.. sue weeks prior to such election, in the Owy hee Nugget, a weekly newspaper published at Silver City, Owyhee County, Idaho; That such notice shall require the electors to cast ballots which shall contain the words: •'Irrigation District—Yes," or "Irrigation Dis trict—No," or words equivalent thereto, and also the name of one person from each division for directors of said District, aud shall contain all such other matters may be required by law; That the whole of said District shall, f r the purpose of said election, constitute prcciuct, and said election shall be held at the pump house of the Indian Cove Reclamation Company in lot 4, of sec 6, tp 6 s, r 8 e., B M. I» is further ordered that O. E. Gates be pointed to act that R. W. Monroe, B. F. Johnson and C. T. Green be and they as judges of said election. Whereupon, counsel for the protestants there upon duly excepted to all proceedings this day taken by the Board aud all orders made and en tered i 1 the matter of the organization of said proposed Indian Cove Irrigation District. Whereupon, It is ordered that the Auditor be and he is hereby authorized and instructed to draw a warrant on the Mountain Home Wagon Bridge Fund, in the sum of $4,'000.00, in favor of O. V. Allen, State Treasurer, the proceeds of said warrant to be deposited in the State Treasury to the credit of said Mountain Home Wagon Bridge Fund to assist in defraying the expense of the construction of said bridge. Whereupon, it is ordered that this Board do now adjourn sine die. election up registrar of such election, autj hereby appointed to act CHAS. H. GRETE, Attest 1X , „ i "f*" Lan<1 fcn,r >' N °- :m4 - No. 0M.W, for |SW4 SE-1. «Et SW4. Section 7, NE4 NW4, Soetiou I 18, Township 8 South. Range 4 West, Meridian, has filul Notice of Intention to make Final Proof, to ^establish claim to the land above described, before F. S. Heer, Probate Judge, at silver City, Idaho, 20th day oi July, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Chuirman. J. 8. St CLAIR, Clerk. 97—2t—First publication, June 6,1912. Last publication, June 18,1912. Notice for Publication. (Final Proof.) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. LAND OFFICE BOISE, IDAHO May 21, 1912 Notice is hereby given that Guiseppe Negrint, of Dei.amar, Idaho, who, on June 25, 1908, made I » i • the Francis M. Lepley of DeL Elmer Duke of De La mar, Idaho Marion Philpot of I)e : .Hmar, Idaho Guss L. Scott of DeLaniar, Idaho WILLIAM BaLDERSTON ar, Idaho Register 104 -5fc— First publication June 6, 1912. Last publication July 4, 1912. Notice for Publication Notice oi Proof ol Completion of \\ nrks and Application of Water to Beneficial Use Notice is hereby given that at. 2 p. 20th day of June, 1912. . on the at Castle Creek, j County of Owyhee, State of Ida., before Mrs. M. Henderson. N F„ proof will be submitted of the ! of completion of works for the diversion five cubic feet per second of the Creek, of vaters in accordance with Castle the terms and conditions of a certain Permit heretofore Issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The names of the persons holding said per mit are Jim Henderson and John Henderson. 2. The postotflee address of such persons is Oreana, County of Owyhee, State of Idaho. 3. The number of such permit is 6258, and the date set for the completion of such work is June 20, 1912. 4. Said water to be used for irrigation and domestic purposes. 5. Said works of diversion will be fully com pleted on the date set for such completion, and the amount of water which said works capable of conducting to the place of intended use, in accordance with the plans accompany ing the application for such permit, is 5 cubic feet per second. 6. The amount of lands for which said water is available is 240 acres, particularly described as follows: are of NR^ f Section 35, Tp. 4 8, R1E.BM; BE 4 SE»4 8ection 26, 8W& SW* Section 25, and 8W4 Section 25, Tp 4 8, R 1 E, B M. A. E. ROBINSON, State Engineer. 94—4t—First pub May 23, 1912. Last pub. June 13,1912. Notice to Creditors IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF OWYHEE. STATE OF IDAHO IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM FYMAN, Deceased Notice ia hereby given by the undersigned, administratrix of the estate of William Fymnn, deceased, to the creditors oi and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administra trix at her office In Stiver City, County of Owy hee, State of Idaho, this being the place fixed for the transaction of the business of said estate. Dated May 20th, 1912. 111 -cuss irv MARGARET CAVANEY Administratrix WM. HEALY. Attorney for Administratrix 09—4t—First issue May 23, 1912 Last issue June 13, 1912 Notice to Creditors IN THE PROBATE COURT OF THE COUNTY OF OWYHEE, STATE OF IDAHO IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN W. ROW ZEE, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned ad ministratrix of the Estate of John W. 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