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Notice is hereby given that on Saturday the twenty-uiuth dny of June, 1912, an election will be held for the pur pose of determining whether or not the lauds hereinafter describe« shall be organized into an irrigation district, to be known as the "INDIAN COVE IRRIGATION DISTRICT". The said lands are situated in Owyhee County, Idaho, and are bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at the intersection of the nw cur lier of lot 3, sec 6 tp 6 s, r 8 e, with the Snake River, and running thence south to the se corner of lot 6, said section ; thence e one-fourth mile to the center of said section 6 ; thence south one mile to the center of section 7, said township and range; thence east one-fourth mile; thence south one-fourth mile: thence east one-tourth mile; theuce south one-fourth mile to the se corner of said sec 7; thence east one-fourth mile; thence south one-haff mile; thence east one fourth mile to the center of sec 17, said town ship and range; thence south three-fourths mile; theuce west one-fourth mile; thence south one fourth mile; thence west one-half mile to the ne corner of the nw4se4. sec 19, said township and range; thence south one fourth mile; thence west one-half mile; thence north one-fourth mile to the ne corner of lot 3, sec 19, said town ship and range; thence west three-fourths mile to the center of sec *21, tp 6 s, r 7 e; thence south one-half mile; thence e on« fourth mile^ thence h one-fourth mile; thencee one-fourth mile to the nw corner of lot 2, sec 30, tp 6 s, r 8 e; thence s one-half mile to the nw corner of lot 4, of said sec; theuce e one-fourth mile; thence s one fourth mile; thence e one-half* mile to the se corner of the swi se4, sec 30, tp 6 s, r 8 e ; thence s one-half mile; thence w one-fourth mile lo the center of sec 31, said township and range; thence n one-fourth mile; thence w one-half mile to the comer of lot 2, said sec 31; thence n one fourth mile to the nw corner of lot 1, sec 81, tp 6 s, r 8 e; thence w three-fourths mile; thence n one-half mile; thence e one-fourth mile to thë center of sec 25, tp 6 s, r 7 e, thence n one-fourth mile; thence w one-half mile; thence n one fourth mile to the nw corner of said sec 25; thence e one-fo.irth mile; thence n three-fourths mile lo the center of sec 14, tp 6 s, r 7 e; thence w one and one-lmlf miles to the quarter corner on the w line of sec 15, snid township and range; thence n one mile to the quarter corner on the w line of sec 10; thence w one-half mile to the center of sec 9, said township aud range; thence and one-half mties to the quarter corner on the n line of sec 4; thence e one half mile to the northeast corner of said n sc 4, said town ship and range; thence n to the nw orner of lot 6, sec 34, tp 5 s, r 7 e; theuce e along the n line of said lot 6 to the point of intersection thereof with Snake River; thence in a general easterly direction along the s bank of Snake River to the nw corner of lot 5, sec 2, tp 6 s, r 7 e; thence s to the s w corner of said lot 5; theuce e to the cen ter of sec 1, suid township and range; thence s one-fourth mile; thence e one-half mile to Ihe corner of lot 8, sec 6, tp 6 s, r 8 e; thence n along the range line between rauges 7 and 8 e to the intersectiou thereof with the Snake River; thence north easterly to the northwest corner of lot 3, sec 6, tp 6 s, r 8 e, or place of be ginning. The lands included within the boundaries of said district are situated iu Owyhee County, Idaho, and are particularly described as follows, to-wit: lu tp 6 s, r8e, B M: Lots 4, 6, 7 and 8, and e* sw*, sec 6; Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4,e* nw*,e* sw*, w* se*, and se* se*, secr7; w* nw* and sw*, sec 17; all of sec 18; Lots 1 and 2, e* nw*, ne*, nw* se*, and ne* sw*, sec 19; w* nw*, no* nw*, sec 20; Lot 4, sec 80; • Lot 1, ne* nw*, w* ne*, sec 31. In township 6 south, range 7 east, B. M ; se*, and sw*, sec 1; Lots 2, 3 and 4, the s*, and sw* nw*, sec 2; all of sec 3; Lots 1 and 2, p* ne* and se*, sec 4; ne*, sec 9; all of sec 10; alii of sec 11; all of sec 12;.all of sec 13; e* ne*, e* se*. nw*, nw* ne*, sw* ne*, w* se*, sec 14; n*, sec 15; n* ne*, sec 23; ne*, ne* nw*, se* nw*, e* sw* nw* nw*, sec 24; n% nw*, w* ne*, se* ne*, ne* sw*, u* se*, se* sw* and s* se*, sec 25. In township 5 south, range 7 east, B. M, Lots 6 and 7, and sw* sw*, sec 84. A map showing said lauds and the boundaries of said proposed irrigatiou district is now on file in the office of th*e board of County Commission ers of Owyhee Cpunty, Idaho. Said election will be held at the ptimp house, of the Indian Cove Reclamation Company, in lot 4, of sec 6, tp 6 s, r 8 e, B. M, Owyhee County, Idaho, and the polls will be open from 8 o'clock A. M. to 7 o'clock P. M. of said clay. The quali fied electors will be required to cast ballots which will contain the words "Irrigation Dis trict, Yes" or "Irrigation District, No", or words equivalent thereto, and also the name of one persou from each division for directors of said district. That the whole of said district shall, for the purpose of said election, constitute one election precinct, and O. E. Gates has been appointed to act as Registrar of said Election, and R. W. Mon roe, B. F. Johnson and C. T. Green have been appointed to act as Judges of said election. The said divisions are described as follows: Division No. 1 shall consist of all that portion of said district lying east of the range line be tween ranges 7 and 8 east of the Boise Meridian. Division No. 2 shall consist of all that portlor. of said district lying west of said range line, and east of a line commencing at the northwest cor ner ot sec 2, tp 6 s, r 7 e, and running thence in a southerly direction to the southwest corner of said section; thence iu an easterly direction one mile to the southeast corner of said section; and thence in a southerly direction to the south boundary line of said district. Division No. S shall consist of all that portion of said district lying west of the west boundary line Division No. 2 of said district Dated this 23rd day of May, 1912. By order of the Board of County Commission ers in and for the County of Owyhee, State of Idaho. CHAS. H. GRETE Chairman J. 8. ST CLAIR, Clerk .,1 102—6t—First publication May 30,1912. Last publication June 27.1912. Notice for Publication Notice of Proof of Application of Water to Bénéficia.! Vse Notice is hereby given that at 6 p.m. on the 20th ' day of June 1912, at Roseworth, County ol Owy-1 hee, State ot Idaho, before G. D. Conover, J.P. i proof will be submitted of the application to beneficial use of four (4) cnbic feet per second of the waters of Cherry Creek, in accordance with the terms and conditions of Permit No 3756 heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. 1. The name and postofiice address of the peç holding said permit is Solomon A. Newman, Three Creek, Idaho 2. The use to which said water has been ap plied is irrigation and domestic. 3. The amount applied to beneficial use is four (4) cubic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used is [if for irrigation, give full and accurate description of the lands irrigated} NW* of SE*, NE* of 8W*, 8E* of NW*, SW* of NW*. Sec tion 4, Township 16 South, Range 11 East of Boise Meridian. 5. The name of the canal or ditch or other works by which said water is conducted to such place of use is The Newman ditch. 6. The right to take'the water from such works is based upon Permit No. 3756. 7. The source of supply from which said ter is diverted is Cherry CreA. 8. The date of priority which said user 1 b pre pared to establish is June 15, 1908. A. E. ROBINSON State Engineer 101—4t—First publication, May 23,1912. Last publication, June 18,1912. Order to Show Cause why Order of Sale of Real Estnte Should not he Made. In the Probate Conn of the Comity of Owyhee State of Idaho In the matter of the estate of Theoder W. Isberg, Deceased. 9 f> A. F. ISHAM, the administrator of the estate of Theoder W. Isberg, deceased, having flled his petition herein, duly verified, praying for Order of Sale of the real estate of said decedent, for the purposes therein set forth, it is therefore ordered by the said court that all-persons inter ested in the estate of said deceased, be and pear before the Probate Court of said Owyhee County, at the Court-room thereof, in the Court House in ßilver City iu said County, on Tuesday the 25th day of June, 1912, at ten o'clock a. m., then and there to show cause whv an ap order should not be granted to the said administrator to sell much of the real estate of the said de ceased at private sale as shall be necessary; and that a copy of this order be published at least four weeks in the Owyhee Nugget, a newspaper printed, published aud circulated in said Owv hee County. F. 8. HEER, Probate Judge. Dated May 20th, 1912. 98—4t—First pub. May 23, 1912 Last pub. June 13, 1912 r *> Fl j cun! I * !■ I Ï ■ : 11 ! 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Mr. Steunenberg appeals to the pub lie against Morrison on account of his betrayal of the state in arraying him self with the representatives of disorder and anarch'y during Idaho's darkest hour and makes this the basis of an im pressive presentation to the people against again elevating to a place of public trust the object of a condemnation that comes as an echo from beyond the grave of the martyred official. Mr. Steunenberg's letterfollows in lull : I cannot feel that I would be true to the name of Steunenberg if I remained silent and permitted John T. Morrison to continue his candidacy for governor without voicing my earnest protest. I is To Whom it May Concern Notice ia hereby given that on Saturday, the 22nd day of June, 1912, an election will bo held for the purpose of determining whether or not* the lands hereinafter described shall be organ ized iuto an irrigation district, to be known as the "EAGLE COVE IRRIGATION DISTRICT". The said lauds are situated iu Owyhee County, Idaho, and are bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning on the south bank of Snake River at u e corner of lot 6, sec 86, tp 5 s, r6 e, B M ; theuce south along ihe eastern boundary of said lot 6, extended to the nw corner of lot 6, sec 6, tp 6 s, r 7 e, B M ; thence east aloug the northern boun dary of said lot 6 to the ne corner thereof; thence fouih along the eastern boundary of said lot 6 extended to the nw corner of De* 8ec7; thence east along the northern boundary of said forty to the south aloug the eastern bouudary of said forty, extended to the se corner of se* nw* of sec 18, tp 6 s, r 7 e, thence west aloug .he southern boun dary of said forty to the ne corner of lot 3 in said sec 18; thence south along the eastern boundary of said lot 3 to the se corner thereof; thence west along the southern boundary of said lot 3. exteudéfi to the ne corner of sw* sw*, sec 13, tp 6 s, r 6 e, B M ; thence south along the eastern boundary of said forty to the se corner there f; thence west along the southern bouudary of said forty, extended to the sw corner of sw* se*, sec 14, iu said township aud range; thence north along the western boundary of said forty to the se corner of ne* sw* of said sec 14; theuce west along the southern boundary of said forty, tended to the sw corner of nw* sw* of said sec 14;-thence north along the western boundary of salu forty, extended to the se corner of se* se*, sec 3, tp 6 s, r 6 e, B M ; thence west along the southern boundary of said forty, extended to the sw corner of se* sw*, sec 6, iu said township and range; thence north aloug the western boundary of said forty, extended to the of ne* sw* of said sec 6; thence east along the northern boundary of said forty to the corner of sw* ne* oi said along the wesiern boundary of said torty to the s» corner of lot 8 in said see » ; theuce west along the southern boundary of s .id lot 3 to the corner thereof; theuce north along the western bonodary thereof, extended to the «e* sw 1 *, sec 31, tp ôs, r 6 e, B M; thence east along the northern boundary of said forty, tended to tne south bank of the Snake River; thence east along the south bank of said river to the point of beginning. The lands included within the boundaries of said district are situated in Owyhee County, Idaho, and are particularly described to-wl* : In township 5 south, range 6 east, B. M. : Lot 9 an se*sw*, sec 81; Lot 5, sec 33; Lot 5, sec 34; Lots 5 and 6, sec 36. In township 6 south, range 7 east, B. M. : Lots f> and 7, sec 6; Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, e* sw*, sec 7; Lots 1, 2 aud 3, e* nw*, sec 18. In township 6 southrrange 6 east, B. M. : Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, s* n*. s*, sec 1 ; Lota 1, 2, 3 and 4, nw*, s*, sec 2; Lots 1, 2. 3 aud 4, sw* nw*, s»^, sec 3; Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, s* n*, s*, sec 4; Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, a*, sec 5; Lots 1, 2 and 3, s* ne*. e* sw*, se*, sec G; sec 11, all ;'sec 12, all; n* s*, sw* sw*, sec 13; n*, n* s*. s* se*, seo 14. A map showing said lands and the boundaries of said proposed irrigation district is file in missioned of Owyhee County; Idaho. Said election will be held at the LovöTidge residence in Lot 3, Sec 4, T. 6 S., R. 6 E., B. M., Owyhee County Idaho, and the polls will be open from 8 o'clock A. M., to 7o'clock P. M. of said day. The qualified electors will be required to cast ballots which will contain the words "Irrigation District, Yes'' or "Irrigation District, No," or words equivalent thereto, and also the name of one person from each division for direct ors oi said district. his m., an ap ■'* of de and least coi ner thereof ; thence ex uw oor aw It of 6; theuce north corner of ex follows, now on fice of the Board of County Com That the whole of Bald district shall, for the purpose of said election, constitute one election percinct, and Percy Bcckley has been appointed to act Registrar for such election and W. A. Mason, E. R. Gates and Kedzie Hunter have been appointed to act as Judges of said election. The said divisions are described Division No. 1 shall consist of all that follows: por tion of said District lying east of the section line between sections 1, 2, 11,12, 13 and 14, tp 6 s, r 6 e. Division No. 2 shall consist of all that portion of said District lying west of the section line be. tween sentions 1, 2, 11,12,13 and 14, tp 0 s, r 8 e, and east of the north aud south center line through Bectlun 3, said township and range. Division No. 3 shall consist of all that portion of 6aid District lying west of the north and south center line through said sec 3, tp 6 s, r 6 e, B M. Dated this 13th day of May, 1912. By order of the Board of County Commission ers in and for the County of Owyhee, State of Idaho. CHAS. H. CRETE Chairman J. 8. ST CLAIR Seal Clerk 96—Dt—First publication May 23, 1912. Last publication Jttne 20,1912. feel that The Statesman will forgive me if I transgress on its space in explaining why, in my own opinion, Morrison should not be considered favorably as a possible occupant of this high office or of any other honor at the hands of the people of Idaho. My brother, Frank Steunenberg, while governor of Idaho, acting from the pur est motives of patriotism, took a decided stand for law and order. He thereby incurred enmities that after severa'l years resulted in his assassination. Men who I believe were his murder ers were arrested and brought to trial. Their instrument, Harry Orchard, made confession of his own and their part in this vile conspitacy. Corroboration of this confession IN IN sale in Bald . 1 , , Wft8 1912, findet?« l Ari 0Ugh th , e BW0 ^ n 8tatementB of Steve Adams, and the state thus ob- I ver tamed evidence that would inevitably | to H^^vvood and 1 T > ettîbone V1C ^ 1 ° n °* Mo ^ er ' ll fohn 00 T an Mo,""on, ne who had been governor of Idaho for two years, and for many years had-lived a neighbor of my brother, had enjoyed his confidence and claimed to esteem his friendship, knew as well as any man in the state the im portance attached to Adams' testimony in the state's case against the murderers of the man lie claimed as neighbor and friend. Apparently he was unable to resist the opportunity of taking à fee, and by securing the freeing of this important witness, render useless the efforts of the state to bring to justice these slayers of his friend. I recognize the right of an attorney to sell his services to a client, but Mr. Mor rison was something more than a law yer. He had been chief executive of the state. He had applauded my bro ther's efforts on behalf of right and jus tice, and by means of which the dignity and good name of the state had been, upheld. Those familiar with Darrow's methods know that Morrison's employ ment was not because of his standing an attorney, but solely oil account of his having formerly been governor of fdaho. He had stood somewhat in the position of an heir of the good name that had been won by the acts of Frank Steunen berg for the state of Idaho. If there waB any where any man who owed to his neighbor and his friend a debt of gratitude, that man was John T. Morrison and the debt was due to Frank Steunenberg. But he could not resist the tempting clink of the greasy 30 pieces of silver, for which J udas betrayed the Master. John T. Morrison asks the people of this state to make hin. governor. I ask in what position would lie be in if lie were elected governor, and Jack Simp kins, the accomplice and companion of Harry Orchard in Caldwell, immediately before the assassination, and who is still under indictment in this state and is a fugitive from justice, were appre hended and placed on trial for this foul ' murder. Could the people expect ttiat j this man would see justice done on tin's Simpkins ? I believe that all the Steunenberg« i feel that Morrison's nomination and election to the governorship would he a ! disgrace, a répudiai ion of the acts of mir brother and a justification of hie murder. I want to thank l'he Statesman for splendid that lour and _ I 1st of N. tion No. as son use SE4, B. is ttie courage it displayed throughout ttie trials of the assassins. ! No agency could have done more for the I state than it did. I feel confident that j It will give this protest of mine space in ' its columns, and that it will again ex- 1 plain to the people of Idaho the" ignoble I part played by John T. Morrison in the ! hour of the state's greatest trial. There are many newcomers in Idaho ^ since my brother's death and the tiial! of his murderers, and I feel it is only right that the people should be fully in formed. I am confident if the informa tion is given them what their verdict will be. I Nugget $2 a year. */WWWWWVS/WWWVWW V ARTHUR PENCK President R. P. CHATTIN Vice-President M. E. REYNOLDS Cashier Bruneau State Barnk BRUNEAU, IDAHO Capital and Surplus, $45,000.00 DIRECTORS R. P. Chattin Will T. Montgomery John Turner M. E. Reynolds Arthur Pence A. J. Harley 8. P. Noble THE DIR.ECTORS are large Stockholders and recognize their responsibility to DEPOSITORS by making personal examinations and have knowledge of the affairs of this bank. an accurate COMMERCIAL BANKING— We invite accountt of merchants, firms, corporations and individuals, and will extend to them such accommodations as are consistent with SOUND BANKING METHODS. SAVINGS ACCOUNT —Government Bonds have been issued bearing 2 per cent interest. A TIME CERTIFICATE OE DEPOSIT with us will return you iper cent interest, compounded semi-annually. WE IN Y ITE SMALL DEPOSITS AS WELL AS LARCE WE BANK ON YOU YOU BANK WITH US • Order To Show Cause Why Real Est» te Should not be Sold and Directing Notice to be Given IN THE PROBATE COURT OP the county of OWYHEE, STATE OP IDAHO. IN THE MATTER OFTHB E8TATE OF JOHN W. ROWZEE, Deceased. Margaret Cdvaney, the administratrix oi the Estate of John W. Rowzee, deceased, having flled her petition herein praying for an order of sale oi the real estate of said decedent for purposes therein set forth, It is therefore ordered by the Court that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased appear before the Bald Court on Tuesday the ninth day of July, 1912, at ten o'clock A. M: of said day at ! lie conrt room of said probate Court, in the town of Sil ver City, Idaho, in said County, then and there to show cause why an order l„Z t bÎ urant said administratrix to sell the whole of the -ateofsaid.deceased, at privai,- saie; the and that » copy of this order be published at least lour successive weeks in Owyhee Nugget, a newspaper printed and published m said State and County. Done in upon Court this 11th day of June, 1912. F. S. HEEH. Probate Judge. 105—4t— First publication June 13, 1912. Last publication July 4,1912. Notice for Pnblicatiom Notice of Proof of Application of Water to Beneficial Use. Notice is hereby given that at 8 p. .on the 1st day of July, 1912, at Bruneau, County of Owyhee, State of Idaho, before M. E Reynolds. N. I\, proof will be submitted of the applica tion to beneficial use of five (5) cubic feet second of the waters of Louse creek, in accord ance with the terms and conditions of Permit heretofore issued by the State Engineer of the State of Idaho. per No. 8175, 1. The name and postoffice address of the per son holding said permit, is Willis Dodge, Grassmcre, Idaho. 2. The use to which paid water has been plied is irrigation and domestic amount ap use applied to beneficial use is five (5) cnbic feet per second. 4. The place where said water is used Is SE4, E2SW4, SW4SW4, Sec. 25,T. 12 8., R. 4 E B. M. 8. The 5. The right to take the water from snch works is based upon Permit No. 8175. 6. The source of supply from which such water is diverted is Louse creek. 7. The date of priority which said user is pre pared to establish is July 9, 1907. A. E. Robinson. 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