The Owyhee Nugget
f. g. burroughs, publisher
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4,1905, at the post office at Silver City,
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MEMBER WESTERN IDAHO PRESS ASSO
THE COUNTY LINE-UP
Nominations for the
county offices close nine days
have been made so far for etfery
office in the gift of the people of
the county with the exception of
the legislature and prosecuting
attorne}*, coroner and surveyor.
The two latter in all probability
will not furnish much contest but
in the other three offices there is
liable to be a lively campaign.
For prosecuting attorney there
will probably be two aspirants.
There are only three men in the
county eligible to the office and
of these two will be candidates
and the third, the present incum
bent, declares that he will not
undoubtedly be a candidate and
will be opposed by a man hailing
from the eastern end of thecoun
P. C. Williams will
With regard to the offices of
Senator and Representati
there has been considerable dis
cussion but no formal announce
ments are yet to be seen in
column set aside for that purpose.
William Healy wants to be
senator but in all probability
will not make the race at the
primaries against Dow Dunning
on the Democratic ticket. Si
mon Harris, the present senator
from Owyhee, is expected to make
the race for ihe Republicans but
has not so far declared himself,
and no one has as yet declared
desire to step into Dunning's
shoes in the House.
All the other offices contain a
flue list of would-be officers for
the voter to take his choice.
For sheriff there are at present
no lees than seven formal
nouncements, iucluding Messrs.
Hanson, Hore, Rock, Pinkston,
Rogers, Mullenix and Albert.
For assessor Charlie Harvison
will fight it out in the primaries
with the present incumbent, Bert
Townsend, both Republicans and
to make the thing interesting an
$100 Reward, $100
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! other Republican announces him
self this week in the person of
Fay 0. Mitchell of Wilson. No
one has as yet appeared on
the Democratic ticket.
.o<>l The same conditions apply to
I the Frobate Judgeship, for which
j R. S. Hawes and Commissioner
Grete will race in the Republican
For School Superintendent,
Mrs. Jennie Farrer Avery, the
present incumbent, is the only
candidate so far.
For Treasurer up to date there
appears to be no contest at the
primaries, as there are only two
candidates, Margaret Cavaney
and Oro B. Weymouth,
Democrat and the other a Re
For Commissioner in the First
District, that including Silver
City, Lucius Gardner is so far
the only announced candidate.
He is a Republican.
The Second District,
manded by Mr. Gifford, presents
four candidates, J. M. Morgan of
Morgan and W. R. Harrison, of
Reynolds, both Republicans, and
Ernest Bedford and A. L. Knight,
In the Third District F. H.
Laird of King Hill, a Republican,
is unopposed so far.
The County Seat scrap compli
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be
received at the office of the Clerk of the Board
of County Commissioners for furnishing Owy
hee County with thirty cords, more or ess, of
red flr or Jumper wood, to be delivered under
the direction of the Clerk of the Board.
Bids will be opened at the office of the Clerk
on July 10, 1912, at two o'clock P. M.; the right
Is reserved to reject any or all bids offered.
By order of the Board,
J. 8. ST CL.AIR, Clerk.
107—8t—First pub. June 20, 1912.
Last pub July 4,1912.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed proposals
will be received at the office of the Clerk of
Board of County Commissioners of Owyhee
County to care for, protect and maintain the
indigent sick or otherwise dependent poor
olsaid county; to fnrnish all provisions, cloth
ing fuel and lights, and a nurse when necessary,
for all county charges at the county hospital
and all medicines, surgical appliances and
medical attendance for all
persons confined in
the county jails at Silver City, DeLamar and
Bruneau; pay the funeral
expanses oi all per
sons who die at said county hospital or either of
said jails; pay the cost of transporting all
patients legally admitted, from any section of
the county, to said county hospital; to keep
some responsible person at the county hospital
as care-taker; furnish medicines and medical
attendance for the Inmates of the county pest
house, etc., in accordance with a contract to be
entered into between the successful bidder and
Bids will be opened at the office of the Clerk
of the Board on July 11th, 1912, at two o'clock
t P. M.; the right is reserved to reject any or all
I bids offered,
i By order of the Board,
J. 8. ST CLAIR, Clerk
108—8t—First pub. June 20,191*.
Last pub. July 4, 1912.
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cates matters in the coming elec
tion to such an extent that it is
more than usually difficult to
estimate the probabilities. It is
said that Bruneau will have
candidates and will ask no favors
except on the question of re
moval There are two aspirants
from that town and it is current
ly reported that both will step
aside. If this be so, the candi
date that receives the official
support of the Bruneau people
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cess, either at primaries or elec
Scanning the list of
ment8 and weighing the proba
bilities we would hate to bet
more than we could afford to
lose on any one, but it looks
though there are two or three
good chances in the bunch.
these it looks as though F. H.
Laird of King Hill for Com
missioner is a cinch,
ter who opposes him. Miss Cav
aney lop Treasurer
about the same position and
Mrs. Avery for School Superi
tendent will be elected.
Sheriff proposition is too hard
for anyone, but to a man up a
tree it looks like Hanson or Mul
lenix in the primaries with Rock
or Rogers to beat in the election.
The situation as outlined
be materially changed by late
announcements; as this section
of the Nugget vveut to press
Conditions are becoming such in this
country that we do not know whether
we are going to he attacked hy the mob
or a foreign foe.—Senator Heytiurn of
The country is safe.
from Idaho will talk them to deatli
they ever come to the attack.—New
Notice lor Publication.
Nolle« of Proof of Application of
Water to Beneficial Use.
Notice Is hereby given that at 3 p. m. on the
1st day of July, 1912, at Bruneau, County
of Owyhee, State of Idaho, before M. E Reynolds
N. P., proof will be submitted of the applica
tion to beneficial use of five (5) cubic feet
second of the w aters of Louse creek, in accord
ance with the terms and conditions of Permit
Engineer of Ihe State of Idaho.
heretofore issued by the State
1. The name and postofflee address of the
son holding said permit, is Willis Dodge
2. The use to which paid water has been
plied is irrigation and domestic
is five (5) cubic feet per second.
4. The place where said water is used la
SE4, K2 8W4, 8W4 8W4, Sec. 25, T. 12 S., R. 4 E
5. The right to take the water from such
works is based upon Permit No. 3175.
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.
103—4t—First publication June 6, 1912.
Last publication June 27,1912.
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Epidemics of So-Called Influenza
Since the pandemic of influenza in
1889-00, when within one year the whole
civilized world was afflicted with the
contagion, there have been lesser out
breaks at irregular intervals in most
centers of population. These epidemics
of sore throat and bronchitis have usual]}'
been called influenza or "la grippe,"
because of the characteristic contagious
ness of the infection, the persistence of
the symptoms, and the tendency of pros
tration and mental depression. But
thiR diagnosis has not been satisfactorily
confirmed by bacteriologists. In the
great pandemic, Pfeiffer and others found
in the nasal and bronchial secretions
"pure cultures of the influenza bacillue
in all complicated cases."
reports seem to indicate that the influ
enza bacillus is a common invader of the
ai r-passages in a large group of other
phthisis and measles,
dence that this bacillus is more prevalent
in the local epidemics of influenza than
in the ordinary catarrhal infections. A
recent epidemic of "septic sore throat"
in Boston was studied by Richardson
to infected milk. A study of an influenza
epidemic among children in Berlin and
There is no evi
They traced the contagion
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Chicago have demonstrated as the ex
citing agent a germ of peculiar charac
teristics different from the influenza
The Journal of the American
Medical Association points out that
these threo epidemics, occurring during
the last year in widely seperated
munities, have all been caused by the
It is to be hoped that in
the future such epidemics in various
cities will be more systematically and
Notice for Publication of Time Appoint
ed for Proving Will, Etc.
IN THE PROBATE COURT OF OWYHEE
COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO
In the Matter of the Estate of Thomas A. Magor
Pursuant to an orderof said Court, made
the 13th day of June, 1912, notice Is hereby given
that Wednesday the loth day of July, 191*, at ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, at the Court Room of
said Court, at Silver City in the County of Owy
hee has been appointed
the time and pince
lor proving the Will, of said Thomas A. Magor
deceased, and for hearing the application of
M E. Reynolds and Arthur H. Crasswelier for the
Issuance to them of letters testamenatry when
and where any person Interested
and contest the same.
Dated June 13th 1912.
F. 8. HEER.
106-8t-Flrst Publication June20, 1912
Last Publication July 4,1912
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