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The silver state. [volume] (Winnemucca, Nev.) 1909-1925, March 01, 1913, Image 3

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John McCruden
DEALER Of
CEMENT BRICKS
Of any deal red eolor and in any quan
tlty.
Wlnnamncca. Nevada.
[AW FURS WANTED
RICE LIST ON APPLICATION
he Nevada Hide & Fur
Company
Winnemucca, Nevada
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The UPTOWN!
GROCERY I
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Staple and Fancy Groceries
Cigars and Tobaccos
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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
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A. J. RICH & CO.
Golconda Phone No. 333
UP-TO-DATE CAFE]
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TOM FIVE & CO., Props.
Under the new management I
the diningrooms have been ;
completely remodelled, and the j
cafe is now entirely separated
from the bar.
FIRST CLASS SERVICE AT ;
MODERATE PRICES
Application No. 2622.
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public Waters
of the State of Nevada.
Notice is hereby given that on the
2hth day of January, 1913, in accord
ance with Section 25, Chapter XXXI,
of the Statutes of 1909, Myra Winni
fred Sprague, Ira \\ m. Minor and Win.
Henry Minor, of McBermitt, County
of Humboldt, and State of Nevada,
made application to the State Engi
neer of Nevada for permission to ap
■ propriate the public waters of the
'State of Nevada. Such appropriation
is to be made from Washburn Creek,
it points in NE'i of SWVi section 6,
township 46 north, range 36 east, M.
j I). B. and M., by means of a (lain and
1.8 cubic feet per second is to be con
veyed to points in NE'4 SWVi, SE'i
N\V',, 8% NEVi section 6, township
16 north, range 36 east, lots 2, 3 and
1 and SWVi NVVVi section 5, township
46 north, range 36 east, M. D. B. and
M„ and the SV4 SWV4, SMi SEV4 sec -
tion 33, township 47 north, range 36
east, M. D. B. and M., by means of
ditches and laterals, and there used
for irrigation and domestic purposes.
Water not to be returned to stream.
Signed: W. M. TCEARNEY,
State Engineer.
First publication, Feb. 6, 1913.
Last publication March 6 1913.
| G. T. & P. Co. ||
>7 i’,1
First class Telephone Service
From
| WINNEMUCCA :
To T.ovelock, Reno, Sacramento
^ and San Francisco.
Also Paradise National, Me- !;1
' ?, Dermitt and intermediate !;«
« :4
4 points.
!;i Golconda, Midas, Battle Moun
tain. Connecting line to Aus- «
tin. Connecting line to Elko s>
:? and Mi nntain City.
Exchanges.
:j: Winnemucca (with continuous
■ !' service). ;j
Golconda.
f Midas. ;i
;j; Battle Mountain.
Paradise. ;j
i National.
Me Dermitt.
ill ;?
;? For rates apply at office, Rail
i road street, Winnemucca, Ne
i; vada. s
| Extraordinary ^Subscription Offer
I This set of 21 Pieces China Breakfast Dishes
Retail Price, $3.50 per Set
Will be given
ABSOLUTELY FREE
With any 2 years’ subscription to
THE SILVER STATE
Or one year each to different subscribers
■' By mail, $3.00 per year
By carrier, ^.20 per year
Dishes on ol it ition at this office
French Steam |
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Laundry
Modern Methods. Modern Trices.
Nothing Pioneer about us.
Reduced Prices
Shirts, soft .10e
Shirts, with cuffs .1 .le
Shirts, plaited bosoms .20e |j
Suit underwear .20e
Aprons.5e |'
Coats.20e
Best Work. Promptly
Service. White Help j
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Application No. 2641
Notice of Application for Pei mission
to Appropriate the Public Waters <
of the State of Nevada. <
Notice is hereby given that on the 1
19th day of February, 1913, in accord- 1
ance with Section 25, Chapter XXXI, <
of the Statutes of 1909, John G. Tay- <
lor and J. Sheehan of Lovelock and (
Winnemucca. respectively, County of I
Humboldt, and State of Nevada, made
application to the State Engineer of '
Nevada for permission to appropriate '
the public waters of the State of Ne- 1
vada. Smell appropriation is to be '
made from Humboldt river, at points <
in the NWVi of section 35, township i
36 north, range 40 east, M. D. B. and ,
M., bearing of dam to east quarter
corner of section 32, township 36
north, range 40 east, M. B. B. and M„
south 86 degrees 48 minutes west, 11,
422 feet, by means of a dam, and 375
cubic feet per second is to be convey
ed to points on NWVi of section 35,
township 36 north, range 40 east, M.
1). B. and M., over said dam into a
fore bay and wheel pit, which said
tore bay and wheel pit constitute and
are a part of said diverting dam, by
means of an open flume type turbine,
and there used for power purposes.
Water to be returned to stream at
NWVi of section 35, township 36
north, range 40 east, M. D. B. and M ,
and near point of diversion.
Signed: W. M. KEARNEY,
State Engineer.
First publication, Feb. 27. 1913.
Last publication, March 27, 1913.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Sixth Judicial District Court
of the State of Nevada, in and for
the County of Humboldt.
In the Matter of the Estate of Angelo
Forgnone, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, Christine Forgnone. admin
istratrix with the will annexed of the
estate of Angelo Forgnone, deceased,
that on the fifteenth (15th) day of i
February, A. D. 1913, she, the said
Christine Forgnone, was by order and
' decree of the above entitled Court
duly appointed administratrix with
the will annexed of the estate of
Angelo Forgnone, deceased, and all
persons having claims against the
saiil estate of Angelo Forgnone, de- j
ceased, are required to file the same, !
with the proper vouchers and statu- '
torv affidavits attached, with the ,
Clerk of the above entitled Court !
within three (3) months from the date
of the first publication of this notice.
First publication made on Tuesday,
the eighteenth (18th) day of February,
1913.
CHRISTINE FORGNONE,
Administratrix with the Will An
nexed. _
— TIME TABLE — !
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Southern Pacific Time Table.
In Effect Dec. 22, 1912.
East Bound.
Train. Leaves.
No. 2 . 1:13 a. m.
No. 4 .3:35 a. rn.
■ No. 6 .3:04 p. m.
1 No. 10 .5:10 p. m.
West Bound.
! No. 5 .3:35 a. m
i No. 3 .7:59 p. m.
No. 1 .11:23 p. m.
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Western Pacific Ballway.
West Bound.
No. 1 (Limited)—Arrives Winne
mueca 1:45 a. m.; No. 3 arrives 11:49
a. m.
East Bound.
[ No. 2 (Limited)—Arrives Winne
muea 3:45 a. m.; No. 4 arrives 4:05
p. m.
WinnemuccSr Kennedy Stage Line.
Leaves Winneinucea Monday and
b'riday mornings, returning following
day.
The Haviland fc Hoskins Auto Stages.
Leave Winnemucca (and opposite
points) daily (except Sunday) at 7 a.
in. for Paradise, National, McDermitt
and way stations. 25-lbs. baggage al
lowed, 3e for excess. Fares—Toll
House, $2.50; Willow Point, $4; Para
dise $5.00 Paradise Hill, $5.00; Amos,
$7.50; Andorno, $8.50; Rebel Creek,
$10.00; National, $12.00; McDermitt,
$12.00. Office and garage cn Sixth,
near Bridge. Phone 46
Wines, Liquors, &c. Imported, Key West and Tampa Cigars
“THE BUD”
ONLY THE BEST
BAR AND CAFE
Ladies’ Entrance Hear First National Bank
Open Day and Night White Help Only j
The Fashion Restaurant I
Best of everything in the market
served to patrons. Specialty
made of good coffee. Open day
and night. > > J*
WONG & MAC, Prop. WINNEMUCCA j ]
*KLUCNY*SAPARTMENTHOUSE j
Sixth and Lay Sts.; Winnemucoa, Nevada, one block from Southern < i
Pneifie station. < »
^ Thoroughly modern in every respect. Rooms single or en snite. 1 >
► TRANSIENT TRADE SOLICITED.
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THE HORSE IS NO FOOL
He knows when he’s getting
proper treatment, when hit feed is
sound, clean and nourishing, only
he can’t tell you, save by his ac
tions, his work, his general appear
ance. Do the best by yourself by
doing the best by him in lodging
your orders for sound and clean
grain and feed in this mart for
horse and cattle provender.
Haviland &
; W. T. Panielv, Pres.
A. P. Wiedman, Seey-Treas. i
Geo. J. Wiedman, Architect
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Winnemucca Construe- i j
don Co.
E Architects and Structural En
gineers. ‘M
Robins Building, Winnemucca,
|; Nevada.
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The Magnolia I
Saloon and Club
Room
Quiet, Neat, Cosy. Imported
and Domestic Wines, Liquor*
and Cigars The Best of Every
thing — P. LAVEAGA, Prop
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| GIROUX LIVERY
ij HAVILAND & HOSKINS ;
f Feed and Sales Stable
i FIRST-CLASS LIVERY
I TURNOUTS
Transient Stock will be riven
the Best of Care.
All Kinds of Hay and Grain
McDermitt and Paradise Stage 8
Line in Connection. S
8tage leaves for Paradise and R
»; McDermitt every day except
£ Sunday at 6 a. m.
2 Opposite Winnemucca Hotel 8
Having acquired the management of
the
CITY BAKERY
I am now prepared to supply the
people of Winnemucca with
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes,
and all goods carried by a first class
bakcshop. Only first class bakers em
ployed.
All our bread, pies, cakes, etc., on
sale at Up Town Grocery.
W. F. DIEHL
“EL TR.OPICO”
TXT TERM
They ’re the brand so many of your
friends like. Don’t be seared on th: t
aceount. Your friends buy them by the
box, always have their pockets full m
so won’t be diving into
room box or oigaju
if you buy one. For delight and com
fort in a smoke, you get it buying here.
We have the best imported and domes
tic cigars manufactured. Price is al
*»»s O K. M correct by the smokar.
M. B. JOHNSON
HOT TAMALES
CONFECTIONERY STORE
Books, Stationery and Fancy
Goods. The Leading Magazines.
COONEY ft OO.
Opposite Western Union Office
. Phone 93.
Under new management
The Busch Hotel
Y. AREA SC ADA ft OO. Props.
Bar in connection with dining-room
and private Wine rooms.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND
CIGARS
FLAGGED TRAIN WITH SHIRT
Tearing his shirt from his back an
Ohio man flagged a train and saved
it from a wreck, but li. T. Alston,
h'aleigh, N. C., once prevented a wreck
with Electric Bitters. ‘‘I was in a
terrible plight when I began to use
them,” he writes, “ray stomach, head,
, back and kidneys were all badly af
fected and my liver was in bad condi
tion, but four bottles of Electric Bit
1 ters made me foi l like a new man.” A
trial will con\ luce you of their match
less merit for any stomach, liver or
kidney tiouble. Price 50 cents at
)[Eng!e drug store.—Advertisement.

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