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j Golden Rule Store's l Cl Announcement of ! ti I ! t! Spring Opening a< v I :: THE HUMBOLDT \ • !! Soda and Bottling Work# mrs. g. a. krenkel ,, : , , , „ „ „ PROPRIETOR I I > • • Plaia, Lmoi ui Craaa Boda, Baraa Z " parilla, Giagar Ala, Miaaaal Watar, \ II Appla Chaaipagaa aad Oraaga Jldar. J * : THE GRAND - - |j| o n; A Newly and Handsomely Appointed Saloon J J < ! WINES, LIQUORS AND CXARS CHAS. GARTEIZ, Pronetor __ —l - -— -"—"-\ :: THE ST. ELMO jj ;; FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS ; | i THIS gentlemen’s resort has recently been refitted 11 and is daily gaining in popularity. Royal bottle j ’ beer, $2.40per dozen quarts; £1.40 per dozen pints <. : <> We keep open day and night. Give us a call :: :: (1 : \ 1 Telephone connections to Barrett Springs, National < > : <» and all intermediate points night and day. j [ j WHY NOT MAKE $200.°° A MONTH - - That’s : rS50.00 a Week, almost S10.°° • Pay Selling Victor Safe* and flre-proof boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and well-to-do farmers.all of whom realise the need of a safe, but do not know how easy l“ls to own one. Salesmen deelare our proposition one of the beBt, clean-cut money-making opportuni ties ever received. Without previous experi ence YOU can duplicate the success of others. Our handsomely Illustrated SUO-page catalog will enable you to present the subject to cus tomers in as interesting a manner as though you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as salesmen receive advice and instructions for selling safes, giving convincing talking points which It is impossible for a prospective customer to deny. Why don't YOU be the nrst to apply from your vicinity before someone else gets the territory! We can favor only one salesman out of each locality. -The 2Sth anniversary of our company was celebrated by erecting the most modern safe factory in the world. Wide awake man who received our special selling Inducement. | rendered It necessary to double . our output. Ws ere spending I many thousands of dollars en- I larging our sales organisation, I but to learn all particulars. It I will eoet you only the price of 1 a postal card. A WIkCiMihIII. | T H OR SAFE & I XCO. MCUUILW ( e " URNISHES OBJECT LESSON IN RAILROAD ACCOMMODATION Attorney L. G. Campbell returned Mterday morning from a trip to ureka. On Tuesday, at sheriff's le, he bid in for Chicago parties the evada Windfall mine. As the bny s will not receive a sheriff’s deed T six months, they have not fully de ded what they will do with the prop ty in the event it is not redeemed. The Eureka & Palisade railroad akes but two round trips a week, id parties going down to Eureka on onday, unless they return Tuesday orning, are unable to get back until riday. As Mr. Campbell could not implete his business before the sehed ed time for the train’s departure, ; made up a delegation, composed of mself and the other two passengers, id waited on the superintendent, hey represented to him that they ere three busy men, and that if impelled to wait over until Friday ley would each lose four business tvs, or a total of twelve days, which mid be avoided if he would hold the ain until the afternoon, and in sup >rt of the motion cited a number of ading decisions. The superintend it was so impressed with the logic 1 the argument that he consented to >ld the train until 3:30 p. m. All went well until the train was >aring Palisade. By that time it id grown dark, and an automobile ifht was discovered flickering at a lint on the desert several miles dis .nt. Consumed by curiosity as to hat might be the business of the oc ipants of the machine, the train crew dd a council of war, when it was lanimously voted to await the ar val of the auto It transpired that le messengers were from a mine in le vicinity and were bringing in a •oken gear for shipment. The train as then started up and proceeded to alisade without further incident. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Harvey, of Par lise Valley, left last evening on a sit to California. IrOCA-L BRIEFS Ernest McKinney, the well-known mining man, returned this morning from a two months’ trip to Montana. He reports heavy snow in that section, with the thermometer registering minus 30. ,T. J. Williams came in from the “Gem” mine this afternoon. Today the Nevada Hide & Fur Go. is loading a car with bottles, for ship ment east. WESTERN HEMLOCK AMONG MOST VALUABLE WOOD Western hemlock, says the Depart ment of Agriculture, deserves a better .opinion ami more general use than it now obtains. Intrinsically it is among the most important of western i woods. , , . The wood of western hemlock has generallv been considered an inferior : one chiefly because of the prejudice created by the name, which has caused 1 it to be identified with eastern hem ! lock. Tests by the forest service, how ever, show it to have ^8 per cent the 1 strength of Douglas fir, one of the countrv’s chief construction timbers. In fact it is often mixed with Doug las fir and used for the same purposes. The wood is practically free from pitch, has a handsome grain, takes paint and stain well and works smoothly. It is suitable for sash and i door stock, furniture, interior finish. framing, flooring, boxes, barrels and ! pulp. In bridges and trestles it can I be used for all but the heaviest con i i struction. When properly treated ! with preservatives, it is a valuable I cross tie and poll wood. According to Forest Service Bulle : tin 115. the best stands of western hemlock are found in the coast region and through the Gascade mountains. The bulletin further gives the results I of tests by which the mechanical prop- . j erties of western hemlock have been! , determined, and tells of the different ; uses to which the wood is adapted. i OREANA OREANA j The New Shipping Point to Rochester 1 (Nine miles from the Camp) Is destined to become the liveliest town on the map | Ten thousand dollar hotel already completed and ready for busines. All facilities are ideal. >7 Business Lots range in price from $50 to $200 Excellent opportunities still open for all lines of | business Over one hundred persons arriving at Oreana daily j: and the rush has just started. Inquiries for information j:: will receive prompt attention. We are exclusive agents £ for the Townsite. *«. i McAUen & Loufek Lovelock .... Nevada | ROCHESTER STOCKS j We are advising the purchase of Rochester Mines + Co. at 60c per share and the North Rochester Mines t Co. (the now famous Limerick mine) at 15c per share + These are the two principal mines in the camp and T we are of the firm belief that enormous profits will be ae- ♦ rived from both these stocks. J For accurate and reliable information, write or wire to ♦ McAllen & Loufek, Brokers J Lovelock, Nevada J PHONE 1881 PROMPT DELIVERY £ Winnemucca Steam Laundry THE PIONEER STEAM LAUNDRY OF NORTHERN NEVADA, i CHARGING STEAM LAUNDRY PRICES SEE OUR ROUGH DRY LIST ALL MODERN MACHINERY | Special One Day Work. First Class Work : ; Take Rexall Cherry Bark Compound for j that Cough j Pleasant to take and cures the cough ♦ ! EAGLE DRUG CO. WINNEMUCCA, NEVADA^" ^ To all whom this message reaches The E. Reinhart Company extends a cordial invitation to attend a GRAND BALL to be given in their new store building at Winnemucca, Nevada, on Monday evening, March the third, nineteen hundred and thirteen in honor of the opening of the ■j Winnemucca State Bank & Trust Compan; 8 ARE YOU A COLD SUFFERER? Take Dr. King’s New Discovery. Tlio Best Cough, Cold, Throat and Lung medicine made. Money refund ed if it fails to cure yon. Do not hesitate—take it at our risk. First dose helps. .1. R. Wells, Floydada, Texas, writes: “Dr. King’s New Dis ■ -nvery cured my terrible cough ami cold. T gained 15 pounds.” Buy it at the Eagle drug store French Steam Laundry Modern Methods. Modem Prices. Nothing Pioneer about ua. Reduced Prices Shirts, soft . IOC Shirts, with cuffs .j Shirts, plaited bosoms 20C Suit underwear . . . . .206 | Aprons. 56 Coats, .201 Best Work. Prompt Service. White Help Application No. 2609. Notice of Application for Permission to Appropriate the Public Waters of the State of Nevada. Notice is hereby given that on the 18th day of January, 1913, in accord once with Section 25, Chapter XXXI, uf the Statutes of 190!*, Thomas II. Buy on arid Minnie M. (luyon. of Win nemueoa, County of Humboldt, and State of Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for per mission to appropriate the public wa ters of the State of Nevada. Such appropriation is to be made from Blear Creek, at points in SW1'* of SWV4 section 23, township 31 north, range 37 east, M. D. B, & M., by means of dam and levee, and 16 cubic feet per second is to be conveyed to points in section 11 and W*A section 23, township 34 north, range 37 east, M. D. B. & M., by means of a ditch and there used for irrigation purposes. Water not to be returned to stream. Signed: W. M. KEARNEY, State Engineer. First publication, Jan. 25, 1913, Last publication, Feb. 25, 1913, HOW CHRORIC COIBHS Are Being Cured by ▼inoL Did you ever cough for * month? Then Just think how dlBtraatn* It must be to have a cough han; on for three months. Mrs. Marla Primrose, of 87 Newell Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.. says: “I had a very heavy cold which setted Into a chronic cough, which k«pt me awake nights for fully three nonths, and felt tired all the time becaise my rest was broken so much. Tht effect of taking your cod liver and lwn rcm edy, Vinol, Is that my cough It gone. I can now get a good night’s reit, and I feel much stronger In every wiy." It Is the combined action «f the medicinal elements, cods’ livers, aided by the blood-making and atrength creatlng properties of tonic Iron which makes Vinol so efficient in curing chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis —at the same time building up the weakened, run-down system. Try a bottle of Vinol, with ths un derstanding that your mojey will be returnod If It does not help you. Kagle Drug Co.. Winnemucca, New (Advertisement.) -o COMFORTING WORDS Many a Winnemucca Household Will Find Them So. To have the pains and aches of a hack removed—to be entirely free from annoying, dangerous urinary din orders, is enough to make any kidnev sufferer grateful. The following ad vice of one who has suffered wi'l nrove comforting words to hundreds cl Winnemurca readers. Mrs. A. Henning. 113, Curry St.. Car son t'itv, says: “For a 1 trg time one of riir family suffered from laine hack and other symptoms of dis ordered ki-lnevs and was in poor henlth. r'oan’s Kidnev Pills brought great relief in \ short time. The soon made a complete enre and for that reason w-1 consider them worth1 o* the high“*t endorsement.” (Statement given July. 1!*07). Confirmed Proo*. On September N, 1900. Mrs Banning confirmed her former testimonial, sa ing: “The statement 1 gave for pul liention in praise of Doan's Kidnev Pills in 11M17 war correct in every pa ticular. I am glad to re endorse them. “ For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole ageuts for the Unite ! Stntes. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. ,; », Reliable Groceries 1 That’s the kind you buy at the Winnemucca Mercantile Co. A complete line of vegetables fresh daily j WINNEMUCCA MERCANTILE CO., Inc. ||| ,f.rriTiriTiMcn—iHii i i»n«r tftr"