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She Represents the Sunset. »
Miss S'. V. Anael, represen iug the :
Sunset ■' agazine, made a short trip to
Goldfield in the interest of that publica
tiun. The Sunset is issued by the South
ern Pacific railroad company, and is a
well-edited aud handsomely illustrated
magazine with a world-wide circulation.
The editor of The News has been en
gaged to write an article on Goldfield for
the Sunset, which will appear in the
June or July number. It will be illus
trated in the superb style for which the
magazine is famous and will result in
some splendid advertising for this sec
School Starts Monday.
Next Monday the first public school in
Goldfield will be opened, probably in the
Miners’ Union building on -wain street.
Rev. F. H. Robinson has been engaged
as teacher and the primary and grammar
school studies will be taught. Parents
should see that the children should get
together their bookB, pencils, etc., that
little time may be loBt in starting and
the benefits of the short session be as
great as possible.
He SpeaKs by tbe Card.
“Within the next six months,” says
one of the owners of the January lease
at Goldfield, “Goldfield will have start
ling news for the world, and in my opin
ion will outrival even Tonopah.—Love
Will Join Her Husband.
Mrs. Geo. Bruce, who has been in Oak
land, California, most of the winter, has
joined her husband at Goldfield.—Elko
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Martin went to
Et lake people alive!
__] Closer Touch With Toaopoh,
| MifiM and Other Nevada Camps.
The ft >llowing from the Salt Lake Her
i Id indi tatee that the business people of
hat aeotion are wide awake to say the
iemt, says the State Journal. The latest
T'cheme is to out the V. C. railroad off at
ItYabuska, run it over to the Southern
’acific und then shut out the west on
! he smelting and milling trade. It sounds
i?ood to the Salt Lakers, but would have
iivery bad effect on the V. & T.. and this
ity in general. The following is the
lau tbit suits the Utah people.
That a movement is on foot to bring
onopa i, Goldfield and other Nevada
amps is closer touch with the Salt Lake
re ma ket information which has just
if caked out clearly indicates. The scheme,
| is said, comprehends nothing less than
j ne building of another line of railroad.
| f plans materialize as outlined, the road
« -ill leave the main line of the Southern
, i ’acific at a point about 6U miles east of
■JL ieno and connect with the Carson &
'olorado line at or near Wabuska, be
j >w Mound House. The route, it is
i I aimed is a feasible one, and by cutting
I at the long haul between W abuska and
teuo o^er the Yerington route, so called,
,ot only would the producer receive bet
i f r service, but a better freight rate
t| vould also result. By making a transfer
nation east of Reno the congestion which
Iways prevails in the yards would be re
eved . nd ores from the various tributa
I v can ps could and would be delivered
re in much quicker time.
\\ tint progress has been made conld
f it be learned but it is known that news
oucerning it has leaked out in Beno,
\ here strenuous opposition may mater
ilize It is realized, however, that Salt
iake, rather than San Francisco, is the
utural point for the marketing of ores
from most of the Nevada camps, and it is
•elieved the management of the South
| rn Pacific will co operate in giving the
gainers the relief they seek.
| President brock, it was hoped, would
top off in Salt Lake on his way to camp
: ud bo persuaded to give out some infer
nation on the subject, but he went
traigiit through to Ogdeu Saturday and
r ;>iw presumably at Tonopah. On his
-a ' <;k to Philadelphia, it is expected
visit this city and possibly release
■a efinite information concerning the
i move tuat will tend to make Salt
.i-1 alley the greatest smelcing center
.11 tu. ountry.
The building of the piece of road spo
ken of would benefit Salt Lake in many
iother ways than by making this a great
smelting center. Nevada already buys
much of its machinery and general mill
ing und mining supplies in this city and
with the short cut to the long strings of
camps tributary to the new Tonopah rail
road and its connections, nine-tenths of
all the business done’ in Nevada through
outside markets might be turned m this
direction. The commercial club may
take up the matter.
f Coming Back to Work.
Biddle & Fuller have just returned
from Goldfield district where they made
some locations, and they believe they
hav i t ome large ledges, says the Bishop
Register. They ret-urn this week to do
some work on their claims.
Ladies’ Aid Society.
The extreme unpleasant weather of
Wednesday the lHth did not seriously
cripple the first social function of the
Aid Society, as was at first feared, when
the wind came up early in the day. Fi
nancially it was a suacess, t aking expec
tation as a criterion. The ladies are
gratified at the patronage received. Mrs.
Brin and Mrs. Fesler were hostesses and
every one enjoyed the occasion. The
next meeting will be held on June 1st.
Due notice will be given as to the char
acter of the meeting.
The lot and building committee will
continue with additions to its number
and report later. Several sites are under
Religions Services and Sunday School.
Mr. Robinson will hold services in
Miners, TJuion hall on Sunday at 10 a.
m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at 2 p.
m. in same place. All are cordially in
vited. The school is not only for the
younger ones. Let all enter into it and
make it a success.
Goldfield Lodging House—R. Hender
son, Winnemucca; L. A. Blakeley, J. A
Jackson, Reno; George Ellis, Los An
geles, Geo. Richard, Tonopah; H. H.
Jacobs, San Francisco; A. E. Barnes,
New Grocery Store.
P. T. Boland, of Tonopah, has bought
the building and assay outfit of L. R.
Sunderland, and in a few days will open
up with a full stock of groceries.
Vote of Thanks.
I beg, in my own name, and in behalf
of the Catholic citizens of Goldfield, to
return sincere thanks to Attorney Lind
for his great kindness in allowiug the use
of his office for divine service on the past
Dr. White Wolf has been kind enough
to assign his building to the Reverend
Father Gleeson as a temporary residence,
with permission to hold services there
Notice to tho Public.
This is to certify that W. R. Porter is
no longer in our employ. We will not be
responsible for any debts whatever con
tr ted by him.
T Rooky Mountain Securities Co.,
Wm. L. Wilson, Sec’y and Tbeas.
Denver, Colo., May 7,1904. 2t
On Sunday morning. May 22, at 10
o’clock, divine service will be held in the
White Wolf building.
Reverend Father Gleeson.
Good Prospects at Big Bargain.
I have group of five claims, with good
ledges on some, and the work is all done
and recorded. I need ready money and
will sell this group at a big bargain if
taken soon. Address “Prospector,” care
of The News.
Notice to Water Consumers.
The Goldfield Water Company will
make monthly rates with any person liv
ing off Main street who may wish to
draw water from hydrants nearer to them
than wells. *
cc. i n iTsnnnif*"**"*i'TTnrmT"iHrmr*T———
ANDREW F. BURLEIGH of New York City
MINING AND COBPOBATION LAW
Goldfield, - - Nevada
^ K. WITTKE, M. D.
Phys:cian & Surgeon
Goldfield, - Nevada
Justice of the Peace
Goldfield, - - Nevada
fLAUDK M. SMITH
^ District Recorder
Conveyancer and Notary Public. Typewriting
TgLMER J. CHUTE, M. E.
Maps of the Goldfield Mining District for sale
♦ Mining Engineer
t®, Properties examined and reported upon for
TT P. STRANGE
" * Mining Engineer
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
ROBT. LANKA J. W. McGALLIARD
J^JcLAUGHUN & HART
Main Street, - Goldfield, Nev.
S. K. BRADFORD J. G. BOOKER
BOOKER & BRADFORD
U. S. Mineral Surveyors. Mining surveys for
patents a specialty. Three competent civil en
gineers constantly employed in office.
WEST MAIN ST., TONOPAH, NEV.
WONACOTT & HALL
and Funeral Directors
We have recently ordered a new Hearse
and it is now en route
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This Space Reserved for the ZZHZ S 2
goldfield BARREL HOUSE t
Next door to Wells-Fargo Express Office ) i
= THE RED FRONT =
LEFKOVITS ft BRIN
- DEALERS IN -
Groceries, Mining Supplies,
Gents’ Furnishings, Clothing,
”:: ts and Shoes, Etc.
Goods Delivered to All Parts
of the District
Outfitting of Prospectors a SpecialtyZZH
INye and Ormsby County Bank 1
TONOPAH, NEVADA 1
Capital, - x *200,000.00 |
T. L. ODDIE, President JOHN S. COOK, Cashier ®
D. M. RYAN, Vice Pres. R. M. MEDER, Asst. Cashier. ®
GEO. S. NIXON, Gen. Manager g
Residents of Goldfield are assured that we will give prompt and careful attention to al1 g
banking matters entrusted to us. g
Only Fire-Proof Vault in Town * §
ALL ROADS LEAD TO GOLDFIELD !
..Goldfield Townsite Company..
DESIRABLE LOTS NOW FOR SALE!
Telegraphic and Telephonic Communication
with the Outside world.
For prices and terms, address
GOLDFIELD TOWNSITE CO..
WILLIAMS & TRABERT,
PALACE LIVERY STABLE
COLDFIELD AND TONOPAH.
First-class Rigs. _General Freighting.
Buy a Lot in Diamondfield!
JACK DAVIS, Agent Diamondfield Townsite Co.
The Home Restaurant,
Main Street, next to Recorder’s Office,
J. J. McAndrews, Prop.
N. E. STINE,
Painting and Paper Hanging.
Shop, back of Pearl Rwtaarant.
C. C. INMAN J. P- SANDERS
Sanders & Inman
Correspondence Solicited Estimates Furnished
Goldfield, - - Nevada
J. A. Pesler John Shirley W. A, Ingalls
The Finest Gentlemen's Resort in
COR. MAIN ST. and CROOK AYE.
Fine Wines, Liq
uors and Cigars.
A Gentle Tiger in dab Rooms. Checks Cashed.
Brearley ft Troxel,
Cor. Main St and Crook Are.
Not the Beet of Every
thing, but pretty fair
drinks and oigars.
ty Club Boom in connection.
. THE -
ROBT. DUNN. h«trl«tor
The Pioneer Saloon of the
Goldfield district :::::::
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