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BUTLER, NYE COUNTY, NEVADA, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1902.
GEO. A. BARTLETT,
Attorney ami CotniNi-lor
TUNorAll, I'oters llullitlnir.
Kt'KlOKA Rlckard Building.
EDWIN R. KEENE, M. D.
IMi.VNlt laii tiiitl Surgeon
All mils, country or city, promptly answered
day or nurtit.
DR. H. W. CHITTENDEN,
lkliNiclaii and Surgeon
( tilts unwwenJ promptly In city or county duy
or nlhl. Oftltf o)K)iiite, Monana Offlce
KEY PITT MAN
Attorney at Law
ll("!'l,KK lll'II-UINd . TONOPAH
Counsellor at Law
lint l-r Miitldinir
W. P. BALLANCE, M. D.
I' h k t v I a ii n ii l S u r g eon.
) iKKI('K:-Mttfu Htrnt- Turner Muildiwr
I'jillt tif i'IkUhI Ony urtiivht. Ihily and hvlly j
rfKlhlcrt-U cfTlitlcutd Ncvttiltt Slnlu Hoard Med I
ji-ul KxitnilDiTN. I
L. R ELLIS, M. D. j
I Ii y m 1 I u n and Surgeon.
OFFICIO: Next dir to llrodlgau's Unti l.
1'uIIh lik'lil mid day altcudcd In.
J. A. OHLANDER,
( iiunl v Clerk and Clerk of the Ju-j
diciul District Court of Nevada, in j
.ind for Nye County.
Ailliluvtt and Acknowledgment taken. Of-
Hi',-: Curt house. Itelniniil.
SIDNEY B. WOOD,
Attorney at Law.
Will prui-tict' tu till Stuto mid Kmlcrul tviurlH. .
Adilri'NH Toriopuh. Ni'vudit.
R. L. JOHNS,
Mfltfn yiir cxiMTii-ncp In tin1 Hlfttu mid
I Vdrrul ( ouri M in inK I'Uwn NjM'ciuliy.
WALTER C. GAYHART, j
Attorney at Law. !
Will practice In all State and Federal Courts. !
Address: Toliopuli or Austin. Nevada.
Ki-coriler and Kx-oltlco Amlltorof
Njo County, Nevada.
Abstract of tit In carefully prepared, Acknow
Address: llelmoul, Nevada.
P. M. BOWLER, Jr.
Attorney at Ijiw.
Will practice In nil SUtc and Federal Courts.
Address; Hawlhorne, Ni'VHdu.
I list Ice of t lie lVae.
( Mlice: Toiinpiill. Nevada.
T. L. ODDIE,
at Law and
Will practice In all State and Federal Courts.
Address: Tonopah or Itelmont.
H. C CUTTING,
Attorney it Law ami Notary
Will practice in all Slate and Federal Courts.
Address: Tonopah. Nevada
THOMAS W. LOGAN,
Nlierln- and Assessor of Nye
County, Nevada. j
omen; llelmont. Nevitda. j
s. K. IIHAUroHII J- '"M,l"cl 1
BOOKER & BRADFORD,
CIVIL. BINCWNLUiKS j
T. S. Mineral Surveyers, MlnlnK aurveys for j
imlentH a Hiiwdalty. Three competent tiui ,
euirlueers eonstantly employed in theoltloo- ,
Ortlee Fjlwanls A twitting Store.
R. C GORDON,
Olllce- Tonopah Mining Hureau.
. . . UBALBRS IIS . . .
Hardware and Groceries
A Full and Complete Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, flams, Bacon, Lard, Etc. Our Hard
ware comprises one of tlie most complete Stocks
in the State. For
TINWARE, AGATEWARE, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
Also Faints, Oils and Painter's Supplies
The Most Complete Equipcd Tinshop in the State
Connected with the Business. Work Guaranteed
Prices KeasonaUe. Stoves, Ranges, Pipe, Etc.,
are kept constantly in Stock. Let us figu.ru
on your Mining Supplies.
AGENTS FOR GIANT POWDER COMPANY AND
ACETYLINE GAB GENERATOBS.
Boy Your Magazines and Stationery at the Bonanza News Stand
CROCKER & SALSBERRY
AGENTS T0N0PAH LUMBER COMPANY
Lumber of all kinds
I'uildinfr Material kept constantly on hand.
Contractors and Builders
Special Orders Filled Without Delay,
REAL ESTATE, BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS.
Lumber yard, one block west PostotTiee.
JAT-IT7DM THE LEADING GENERAL
nClViNt MERCHANDISE STORE IN TONOPAH
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
OurOroowy Bnd rrovtHinn Department Is alwnyH kept xtocked with kooUm of the best
kind, and at the lowest possible prloi-H. (Quality is our wutehword.
GLASSWARE AND CROCKERY
Wo have on hund at ull timps a lurjfp und wel! selected stock of all kind of rockery
and UlasKware, varying In price to suit the tHHte of the purchaser. A lurtft line or lumps.
DRV GOODS AND NOTIONS
We have on our Hhelven the luritcst and mot complete stock of up-to-date Dry lioodK,
l)res;oHlK and Notions, bought from the leudinif mfllt of the east.
STOVES AND HARDWARE
In thin line we carry an Immense slock ot good, probably larger than any other
similar osiubllnhment in the State.
Main Street, Tonopah, Nevada.
BAZAAR . . .
! T. E. Edwards Main Street
Proprietor. Opp. Turner's
; D KALE It IN
!ney Stationery, I'erliMlleala ami Ne
papers. CigtirH and Tobacco,
j FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES
Fresh Fish and F.astern Oystera every
i Thursday. When In need of anything In my
ij line Ktve uie a call.
Spauldlnir Hros., of Vtntinla City, have
arrived with a complete stock aud have opcued
a Tluahop next door to Loihrop & Davis' store
All kind of
Done on short nollce. Slovepipe made to
order any alzu aud stoves put up.
California Powder C).
John Brcuncr, Sac.
Baker & Hamilton's
Wagons and Buggies
Vfor iVIalit and llrouiHr
BROUGHER BROS., Props.
This lame, new and eommodiouH renort has
JhhI 1kmd opetifd tii the pulilie whwre at all
times may ie found the
Ice Cold Beer on Draught.
The "Mizpah" will be fouud a quiet place to
idle away ad hour. Alt the leading periodicals
are on the reading tahleK at thin house. A
"Kentle tiKer" can alwayn be found In the etub
room. Give un a call.
LOTH HOP & DAVIS, Proprietor
We Handle Powder, Flour, Nails, Sugar, Shoes and Most Merchandise by Carloads, and Can
Supply You Cheaper than Anybody. Outfitting Prospectors a Specialty.
SODAVILLE AND TONOPAH
Tim Only Way.
The greatest and strongest argu
ment in favor of the newspaper as a
medium for advertisers, is the hold a
good paper gels on its readers.
Through long asssociation in which
the subscriber finds his paper always
battling for the right, he comes to
lean on it for ideas and opinions as
well as the news of tli day. What a
man reads in his favorite newspaper
he believes, advertisements and all.
Instances of consistent advertisers
becoming rich through the proper
use of publicity are numerous in
every town and city. When a village
gets beyond the thousand or two
thousand limit in that stage where
everybody does not know everybody
else's business, the time for mer
chants to advertise lias arrived.
Reno has long since passed that stage
and the merchant who clings to the
belief that because he has been in
business here for thirty years every
body knows him, will wake up some
morning, if he has not already done
so, to find that the new man who is a
rustler and believes in letting the
people know who he is, where his
store is and what he has to sell, to
gether with the price of his goods,
has crowded the old-timer to the
Reno is growing rapidly, and in
order to get the trade of her new
people as well as retain that of her
old, you must use the progressive
methods of publicity offered by the
home newspaper. Reno Gazette.
i The Wells Herald says Senator
! Bell of Nye county will be a candi
j date fo; Governor,
j Hawthorne is to have a bottling
MAIN STREET, TONOPAH.
Harding & Kennedy
!ieg to call pubic uttentlon to the fact that 1
they conduct the only FIRST -CLASS lliis-f
Ataurant in town. Private roouut for La
fund Families. Meals cooked to order.
1 Regular Dinner everv dnv at 4:80.
f A LI. FISH AM UAMK IN SEA!
Private roouut for uaaiea i
Chicken or Turkey Dinner Sundays.
ONLY WHITE LAHOR KMI'LOYED.
BARBER SHOP i
Shaving. Haircutting p
and Hairdressing. E
1 Three ehairs conducted by eouipelent fe
and skillful worknitu. Imph-meutH aud P
3 appurteuauees nrwt-cliiSN. Clean towels t
3 for every customer. F
O. A. GULER, Prop. E
I Chloride Hulldiog. main htkkkt, t
We Sell Whisky,
E. A. FARGO COMPANY,
Wholesale Liquor Merchants,
316 Front Street, San Kranclaco.
Try Our "JOCKEY CLUB"
Best Whisky in the World to Drink.
K. OF P.
MIZPAH t-OIKlK No. . K. of V. nieet every
Monday eveuinif at 7.i o'elwk In Pythian
Hall. HutlHr Hlllldilm. All nojoliruInK KlllKhlo
are cordially luvltod to intend. Hy order of Hie
A. V. KANTKHH. W. J. S1NCI.AIK.
K. K. s. C. -'.
I. O. O. F.
TJEI.MONT I.OIXJK, No. iM, I. (). f). F.. miiolN
1j every Wednesday evenlnir, at 7:: o'clock,
p. m., at Hutler Hall. All vlNituitr Brother la
Ijood standing are cordially invited to attend.
F. R. HRETHBRTON, J. W. POWKH,
Secretary. Noble lirnml.
A. O. U. W.
1 TONOPAH IyODOK No. 1. A. O. t-'. W. mccU
every Thursday evenlnir in Hutler Hull.
VlsltinK brethren arc cord tally invited to attend
J. A. DkVOB, W. Y. UAI.K.
Kecorder Master Workman
F. & A. M.
TONOPAH LOIXJK, IT. F. & A. M., hold
Hn regular Com muni cat ion n ou the ihfrd
Saturday of lh moulU. in Masonic Hall at
7:30 p. m. Sojourning Urethrun aro cordially
iuvitud to ttttcud.
AL. SMITH. . M.
1 TONOPAH LABOR UNION MEKTS F.VKHY
Saturtlay evening, at T:8ll p. in A 11 m em
bers In g-ood HtandiiiK Invited to attend.
W. M. 8AWLK. CH AS. KKNZ1K.
H. M. Gohham. ProHldent.
RlOHAHD Kikman. Vlue ProHideot.
V. J. Hahris, Cashlor.
AOENCY OR THE
Bullion and Exchange
(CARSON CITY, NEVADA.)
C. E. Mack 11. F. Kdwards Airred Chart.,
H. M. tiurham, Richard Kiruiau, J. II. Overtou
J. P. Woodbury.
General flanking IluslneNS Transacted. Kx
change tiought and Hold on all puna of the
world. Miuing atockn bougiK and Mold. Cor
H a. m. to p. m., 1 p. m. to 3 p m .rt p. m. to
7 p. di. HANK CLOSED ON SUNDAY.
J. II. AU.KN
W. H. Hkhtkand
The "Coeur d'Alene"
Ol'PORITK Iil'TI.KH& O'llKlKS'S
HKKTKAND ft AI.I.KN,
LOWES MAIN STREET.
and Domestic ...
All the Latest Fancy
and Mixed Drinkw.
A FIRST-CLASS RKSTAUR ANT la run iu
conjunction with tn house, under the HUer
viaion of itertraud & Allen. Meals anrved at all
Cosy Qub Rooms.
Thomas Kendall Prop. .
The tiest of everything in the way of liquid re
freshment!! can oe found at thi popular noon
ing houae. Only Hrst-claHH articleaof
INlce Cool Lager Liter.
"The Tououah" la an uu-to-dute aaloou it.
I every r apect. ant tables for lovers of whist.
solo and other games.
A gentle TIOLJW in club room.
A share of the public patronage is solicited.
Courteous treatment extended to visitors
SIDEMAN, LACHMAN & CO.,
212 Battery Street,
Factories, New York & Key Wast. Fla.
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