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WHITE PINE NEWS
. WEEKLY MINING REVIEW. Published Beery Sunday at East Ely, Nevada, hy 4, A. SHERMAN, Editor and Manager. Entered as second-dan* r.iatt. r No vember 29, 1908. ut the poutofflee at Hast Kly. Nevada, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. TEEMS OF SUHNCHIPTION: ')ne Year, In Advance.$;1.00 Si* Months. In Advance. 1.60 Three Months, in Advance.76 Nevada produces more silver ihan most of the states in the Union. She did more than produce the small change last November. Hogs on the hoof are reported to be back to ptewur prices, but wno car. eat them on the hoof; It’s on-the table prices that interests the con sumer most. __i__— Prices are undoubtedly coming down, yet the situation is like the kid look ing in the bakeshop window. There arc lots of good things for a nickle. but he lias lost his nickle. •1 he painful Innocence (?) ol a jury at White Plains, N. Y„ required that the judge order a beautiful blonde witness in a divoice case to make eyes at the jury " so that they may under stand how it is dope.” Big gushers are bing announced' all over the country, but the commercial gasoline must be made of different ■tuft than that which comes out of gusher*, if the story told by the gas sellers is to be. credited. It ha* finally developed that it is not the high cost of provision* that make rosturant prices high, but that it Ik the napkikna and waiter*. Wt don't mind that so much if the nap kins are clean and the waiters reason ably pretty. Nobody wants lo be, served by an unshaven man in bloc, overalls. S0CIFTY 4T M’GILL Miss Josephine Murphy was tut w« i k end gjeul of Miss I.oi* Shell of Ruth. Mrs Iioyd Ginter will be the next hostess of the Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club. Stanley Ballinger was the dinner guest at ti e home of Mr. and Mrs Spencer Dougins on Thursday evt ning. Mr. and Mr*. Wilbur lunacy enter tained Friday evening at dinner. Their guests were Mrs. Coi a Clark, William Overfeldt and William O’Bllen. _ ! Mr. anJ Mr* Stanley Railing.r. Mrs. Cora Claik and William Overfeldt wee ■linner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack CJordon last evening. Mr. and Mis. V/illiatn McCoy are en tertaining' this evening at dinner, their guest* being Mr. and Mr*. R. E. Mid daugh and Mi«s Ad -laide Blown. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Middaugh w* hosts Wednesday evening at dinner when they had as their guests Mr. and Mr*. William A. McCoy, Miss Adel aide Urown and Dickey McCoy. Mis* Estelle I-akenan delightfully en tertained Saturday afternoon nt an In formal tea. The guests enjoying her charming hospitality were Mrs. Frances McCrae, Mrs. Charles Ziegler. Mrs Evely n Muller. Mrs. If Ross Taylor, j Mrs. James Watson. Mrs. George Riser. | Mrs. Walter Havens and Mr*. 1 C j Kinnf nr. The home nt Mr. and Mis. Chi is Hal ler of Uppcrtown wa* the scene Monday evening of a delightful five-hundred narty when the following guest* en joyed their hospitality. Mr. and Mrs. j Herman Tletz, Mr. and Mrs. August Rlepe and Mrs. diaries Englek. of Ely Mr. and Mr*. Jolm Stack. Mr. and Mrs. Ijtwrence Crawford. Mr. and Mrs smith and Mr. ami Mi*. I-overage. Mr. Lover* g« had high score. Mrs Lawrence Crawford and Mrs. ChnrleB entertained i munis r of their friends Thursday afternoon, the oc < avion brine the forming of an evening eard club. The guest* present were Mrs. August Rlepe, Mrs. John black. Mr*. l-awrcnce Tietz, Mib. George Wll gerson Mrs, I.O\erage and Mr*. Chris Haller. Dainty refreshment* were served after the meeting. The first evening meeting °f the newly organized club will be held next Thursday at the home of Mr. und«Mrs. T.awrenc daw lord. Mi. anil Mrs. Francis MoUrue charm ingly rnUrl.ilnol Wednesday evening at a bowling party on the alleys of tin employes' clubhouse. After a pleasant hour on the alleys the party adjourned lo the- MeCrao home, where delightful refreshment# were served. loiter danc ing and game.) a ere enjoyed by the guests, who were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Findsey, MBs Beck. Miss I'ranci s Bag wltl. MUl Helen I’Uege, Miss Goldie Butcher, Kdward Smith, William over feldt, Boli I-atuborn, Ricliard Snell. Wil liam O'lb'li n Ors »n Stnvdi r and James Howe. Till;is.lay owning at theii lionie in Middletown Mr. upit Mrs. Jack Gordon delightfully entertained a number of lluir friends at bridge. Following a pbasant evening over trie card tables a delicious dutch supptr was served. The guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Glitter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buf fer, Mr. and Mr*. D. Boyd-Smith. Mr. and Mrs. William Mc<?oy, Mis. Cora • 'lark, Miss Adelaide Brown and Stan ley Ballinger. Mrs. \V. A. McCoy won the ladles' first prize, Mrs. Cora Clark tin consolation The gentlemen's first prise war won by I). Boyd-Smith and the consolation by Stanley Ballinger. rime Kstended for Filing Statement Judge C. .1. McFodden. upon the ap plication of Attorney Satdis Sumincr f'.cld of Reno, wired to the co inty clerk at Reno to extend the time in which to file the statement for a new trial In the suit of P. Adrencettl against O. r.tml, whlct was tried before Judge MeFadden In the second district court last month. Thy reason giver by the attorney |r. asking for *.ho extenrlon of time war owing to the Impossibility of the. court reported to get out the trr.ngerlpt °* case In time. The ex* . tension was asked for January 10 ^ *nich was granted by the Judgr PERSONALMENTION * Walter Johnson of Currant Creek wus in Kly Friday and Saturday lust. ■ I . -- ■ . • Guy. Saval of the Raker Kind and Livestock Company epont lasl Wednes day In Kly. M. I* Anderson of Spring valley wus in Kly and spent two days the early pari of the week. *Kd Bonmtt of Stoptoc valley was among the visitors to the county seat la.'t Monday ami returned Tuesday to his ranch. 1). K- Firman, department manager of the Campton Commercial Company, returned last Wednesday night after a short kuriness trip to Salt Lake. T. C. Windous was a visitor In Vly last week and says that things in the White River section are running along quite smoothly, as i« usual in that locality. Farrell Johnson, official vourt port er of the ninth judicial district court, arrived front It is home in Logan. Fta';, last Thursday night and will spend a feu days here In his o*flcial capacity Ed Clays, who has been for a cor-• siderable period of time employed hy the Campton Commercial Company, botli at Ely ami McGill, h ft last Thurs day for Sun Francisco, where he will engage in business and make l.is fut-ir homo. Manager C. II. Lakenan of the -Ne vada Consolidated Copper Company. George L. llickoy, general manager for the Nevada Northern Railway contpany and Attorney Tl. t- Guayle left Friday morning for a duck hunting trip at Hot Creek. Miguel Zubiri was in Hl> Wednes day and Thursday of last week. Miguel is one of those who is anxiously hop ing for the woo] and sheep market to improve because his heavy investments in that line arc naturally seriously r*f fii-tcd by the recent drop. John Yelland, one of the pioneers of White Pino county, was a \isltor in the city during the week, coming in from his ranch i t Spring valley on a business trip. Ho later proceeded to Los Angeles, where he will Join Mis. Yelland for an extended visit. Dr. Marie Michael and lur nephew, F. Bernard, returned last Friday from Goldfield, where they have be-n visit ing for the last fifteen days. The trip was made -.n the doctor's automobile, driven by monsieur Bernard, who re. ports tlu> roads in fair condition. E. I,. Fletcher arrived from Salt Lnk* and spent two days in Ely last week. While here lie engaged apartments in tile Doreifhj on Murry street and will soon return to this district where lie will again take active part in the management of the Lincoln Highway Garage, of which lie war the founder and in which he has alwny been heavily Interested. LOCAL BREVITIES The stork visited the home <>f Mr. and Mrs. Dimltra Demetrakapolu* last v,(ik, bringing a baby boy. .Mother and sen nr - reported doing nicely . The White Pine Rod and Gun Club lias received the n<w Leggett trails, which w ill be installed this we* k on the new shooting grounds at K.ist Ely. The Ely volunteer lire department i« making arrangements for the big ev*nt, the fouiteenth .annual ball, which will he leld at the Rijo hall Xey Yt-ai’s eve. LadUs of tie Catholic church at Pith are making preparations for a Christmas rale- and dance, which will be givtn at the Ruth theater tiic even Ing of December IS. Tin- member* of the? Ely t; <**>;> No 1. Roy Scouts, gave a dance at the BIJo hall last night, which was well attended. The dance was given for the benefit of the scouts troop fund. — William Biggane. administrator in the estate of ole Hansen, decease<1, ap peared* In the district < ourt this week and pr< s* nted a petition to sell the real ore pet ty in the estate. An order was ma<l<' by the com t granting the p. ti tlon. Iii the suit for divotce of Ost.ii Tt. Cole against Maude M. Colo an order was made In the district rourt this week granting an allowance fur at torney's fees anJ costs, with nn al lowance of $_• io prr month alimony for the support of defendant and minor child 1 In l-idlos' Aid Society of the Methodist cliu.'d' will hold its holi day bazar Saturday, December is, In the Wilson building, opposite the Hex theater. Apr on of all kinds, child rens clothes, fancy goods, handk't chlefs, cooked food and home-made candy will be on sale. George A Whlteley. deputy superin tendent of Instruction, left last week for Eureka county, where he will mnkc a tour of inspection of the dis trict schools of that county. Mr. Wl.itciey has Just completed an rxt< n slve trip tt rough the school districts of White Pine county S. Herbert Williams of the Smokey Development Mining company received a telegram this week from Washing ton announcing the granting of his application for a permit to 2,.'i60 acres of land in th' Coullnga oilfields of California. Mr. Williams hus little to say about bis good fortune, hut in dicates that active operations will bo started soon by the people he Is ns sociated with In the venture. According to the statement mailed l»y the county clerk to the state hoard of health at Carson, there have been eiglit-nlnc marriage licenses issued in White Pine county duping the period from January 1, 1920, to December 9, 1920. The record of the register of actions in the clerk's office showr that In Ihe same time slxty-onc complaints have been, filed in divorce suits! forty four of which have been granted le crecs of ob.aolute divorce. Doctor W. E. Taylor Is now In Ely at the Northern hotel. Eyes examined, glasses fitted. Phone for appointment. Subscribe for the White Pine News M’GILL BREVITIES Mr. and A(i». But Walker were busi ness visitors in Ely during the week drs. Stanley Ballinger returned yes terday evening from an extended visit to Utah Points. ACr. and Mrs. S. Hubert Williams were McGill visitors Wednesday, motor ing ovtr from Ely. Kenneth Iba has returned from Salt lake City where he was called by the illnes.i of his mother. Thomas Haley, probation officer for White Pino county, was a business visitor dining the week. Mi. and Mrs. Spencer Douginas an.) Alias Virginia and Annabelle were Ely visitors .hiring the week. Charles Trowbridge, an employs, of the commissary department was a burin, ss visitor to Ttuth Alondav. Mrs. Georg.- l.insley w as the we. k end g lest at the home of her daughter. Mrs. John Finer J.ong of Middletown. Th- many friends of Mrs. C. I.. 1 leni Irig wiU be pleased to learn that she is progressing nice!" at the Steptoe h<>s I'ital. R. K. diddaugli was an Ely vivsitor Friday, attending to matters connected with the AJeGtll school, of which he is a trustee. Thomas Murphy, who lias been patient at "lie Steptoe hospital, lias re turned home ar.il is again .king ip ills duties of every-day. George Wiikcr-On was in East Ely .isltor Wednesday, going to tlie Steptoe Lc-rpitai to look after the condition of his nephew. Clifford McAlister. Airs. George Bowman left Tuesday for Sait lake City to attend the funeral of her sister Airs. Daniil Johnson, who was killed In an automobile aeeidir! recently. A rs. Florence l-evin arrived front Sfi'.t Lake City Thursday evening to at tend to business matters. Mrs. Devin is the guest cf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ap pleman and will remain over the lioll d iys. Christian Science service* are h- Id every Sunday in the Cyprus hull at 7:30 in the evening. The lesson sermon for Sunday. December if, will be ''Cod the Pr.s.r,-.-r of Min." All an wel come. . Well remembered as having l»«*n con nected with the McGill M« rcuntll# Com pany, Is Selby Clays, who w#“ a McGill visitor Tuesday on business for tlie Scocroft Company of Ogden, which Him he now represents In till* territory. Mr. and Mrs. C. I Denn 1< ft ye.-t« i day morning for Price, t’tah. Mr. Dean has been a resident of McGill for about a year, being in charge of tiie express oPice. lie expects to i nter business ft r himself in th ? near future and in leaving with that idea in view. Pub Tulin who lias be< n employed for several years at the power house, left Tuesday morning for Colinga. Cal., where he w ill ent< i the service of the Shell Oil Company. Mr. Tulin 1* Well known pround McGill, having lien i member of the baseball an I 1 .isket ball teams. Mrs. Tulin, who s teach ing In the McGill schools, will remain until after the school closes, wlon sin expects to ,*oln her husband In Calif, ornla. A not hi i works accident occuied Wi-il n- - lav, when Clifford McAlister, a painter at the concentrator, was pnin fully though not seriously burned dur ing the course of id* work. McAlister had gone to tie- table repair shed in the rear of the mill in order to give some tables a coat or two of paint ami was proceeding with Ids work when lie came in contact with a hot salamander. His clothes Immediately took tire. theji were well soaked with turpentine resulting In painful burns on one leg and hand McAlister is well known arO.u.d town and i* a n.lilint of the staff ouarters. Of ml' ivel to all resident* of McGill i* the new* of the departure for British Columbia of s’. \V. Bagwlll, chief clerk for the Nevada Consolidated Copped Company at McGill. II. S. Mu roe, form erly general sup* rlntendi nt of tin Con solidated Coppermincs Company of Kimberly and now General manager of the Granby Consolidate Mining. Smelt ing and Power Company, Induced Mr. Bagivill to accept a position with lit* company and It is expected he will take up his new duties around the first of the new year. The Granby copper com pany!* probably the largest operating milling company in British ( olumtdn, being capitalized for around twice that (f the Nevada Consolidated here nt McGill. The main offices of the com pany are at Any ox. Tuesday lire. Havens and Wallace again move.' their otf.< s to the MeOiil school and examined the remaining children a- tn the condition of their teeth. Iiir.ng t’ e course of the day all children not .already examin' d wore given attention an siiili te th attract'd ns was found to be necessary. In speak ing ot the condition of the childrens teeth the doctors said Hint is a whole they were in good shape but that In roine cares certain special work .should he done. The greatest cause of trouble nmoung the children was found to he ulcerated teeth and in every rase these teetli were Immediately removed. Great credit I* due l)rs. Havens nnd Wallace for the public-spirited service they have rendered the community in con junction wi ll tin- Bed Cross nnd it in fell that parents generally will express tin Ir thanks. A* each child was ex amined Miss Brown, the Red Cross nurse, made a record of the condition of his or her teeth nnd these are on file for future reference of the Rer| frn.a.x and parents who may he Interested. accepts Position In llritlsli Colmnlilu W. Bugwill of McGill, who has held the position of chief clerk for the Nevada Consolidated Copper Company, will leave shortly to take a position with the Granby Copper Company of British Columbia. MOINTJOY’S NECOND-HANP STORE. New and second-hand goods bougtai and sold. Quitman Street, n«*t door to Knecht's Cigar Store. 11-281 ft JEAST ELY JOTTINGS conductor Phil Nowltt o» the McGill local was on the sick list yesterday and uuatle to take Ms regular run. Mis. S. 1 lames returned Friday night from an extended visit with her children anil grandchildren in Fruita, Col. Mouthers of the several grades in the East Ely s.thool are* rchcasing a play entitled "Wueen Christmas.” a Carolyn Wells production, to be given in con nection wit), the .-.’hoot Christmas a ' ci M3cs. Mrs. Frank 1- Ueverly, who was cal* led to Ellis Has., last week by the Ill ness of her mother, arrived at her old | home Sunday in time to see her pe.rent before she passed away, death occur ing early the following morning. Mr. and Mrs. I*. H. Stcan were guests over Sunday of Mrs Stean's mother. Mrs. Metzler, and brother, John II. Motzle-r. Tlie Ste-ans arrived here fol lowing a tiip through California r.nd left the first of the week for points In Colorado. 1i s. M. C. Christian, who v. iih h< r h.ielaoo irrleul ln-ie last week from l Cal.. Is ut the Stcpto Val'i. hospital, where she has tak> r. surgical trraiment for appendicitis. latte r< - torts are that the operation was .luc* c*::«»Cirl mil the patient is making sit is factory progress toward recovery. Me. Christian has riturned to Fkit». Master Mechanic K. E. Jarrett and wife arrived home December 4. from a visit to the homo of Mr. Jarrett's father In Evansville, Ind. Following his arrival Mr. Jarrett was stricken ■villi an attack of rheumatism that has kept hint confined at home the last week, lie Is on the gain and expects to report for luty at his ofPco within a few days. George Tsuchila has written Fast Ely friends from the mld-Paclflc, where he stopped briefly at Honolulu enroute to his old home in Japan. George has been for a number of years in the em ploy of the Nevada Northern railway, formerly as chef on the private car Ely for the late Col. Cannon, and also as chauffeur and general utility man when not otherwise oicuph d. Following the death of General Manager Cannon. George continued In the company's em ploy and has recently been stationed a' lllline junction. He plans to be absent for about four month and on Ills re turn to this country expect*, to be ac companied by his wife, to whom lie was man led while on a visit to Japan several yents ago. Trucks engaged In hauling ole be tween Ward and East Ely had a hard and difficult time getting over the road i yesterday as a result of the sudden blizzard that developed about noon and ■tuickly covcrrl the country with *< v - i ral Inches of snow. The truck drivers reported that the snow had drifted badly in places, making traveling al most Impossitle. even for the heavy 1 nrd powerful machines. (superinten dent S. It. Flbeit of the Ward Leasing Company was In town yesterdny and intended to return to the mine In the for ordaniury automobile* because of the drift* he decided to remain it Bust Ely unti! the t-mporury blockade was raised. J. W. Woods, for a number of years a well-known resident of the district, lias taken a Job nt Helper, Utah, where l.o will work at his trade as carpenter. Since closing his store and poolroom in the Gunn-Thoinpron building the "Major” was employed for some time on tho new house being erected for General Manager Hick-y of the Nevada Northern railway. Mrs. Woods and son will remain hore for the present, but are making arrangements to Join Mr. Woods later In the Utah town. By a change In effect yesterday at the Nevada Northern train dispatcher's office, tho offices of trainmaster am! chief dispatcher are combined, with J. E. Lovejoy, former trainmaster. In the new position. By the new order II. V. Evans, who has been for some tine in tho dispatcher service, goes on ns sta tion agent and telegraph operator, suc ceeding John E. Graves. Mr. Evans'1 trick in the dispatcher'* office ». taken by E. F. Ccady, who has been chief dispatcher. The change is said to te the result of retrenchment plans made by the railroad company and autor.i... tlcnliy does away with one man's sVi viens. Mr. (Iraves, being the on> af fected, is leaving this morning for Denver. Col. During his residence her.; lie has made many friends who regret the necessity of his departure to other Jleldt of work. J. C. Wheeler returned last Tuesday night from a trip to Salt Lake an-i Ogden, where he went to confer with officials of the Ryan Fruit Corapanj of which he is the local manager. Bey Suffers Is Jury trust Y Irina, li»k Hobert, the young ron of Frank W Millard, was bitten lust W’edneadnx morning by a dog delonging to Paul It Bovsc. Th* dog was later destroyed by ■City Marshall W. O. Moorman and the head has been sent to ti.o state university for examination. The dog gave no signs of rabies but it wns thought best to play on ti.o sefe -dd, ^ GIFTS THAT LAST $ (7d ^ / . :. 1 .. - e» ., . -2v Ktt—a ' For i gift great* st the r* cipien select some ‘ JJ You will many We havte appropriate gifts to !fit any price yoa wishlto pay.1 An e> amination of oir stock, will assist you in theptepara-| tion of ytmr list of Christmas purchases. A. C. LINDSKOG “The Dependable Jeweler” Illipah Petroleum Co. Stock Still 15 Cents We are Drilling and going down after the “Li quid Gold.” We are getting close to it. On Satur day, Dec. 4th, we struck more oil in the capping at 602 feet. We are now down 642 feet. If you want to get in on the Big Money buy this stock while your means will allow you. When Oil is Struck, this stock may be out of your reach. Oil in our Well is now certain. Call at Office or fill out blank below, today. CASH SUBSCRIPTION DATE To the lliipah Petroleum Company of Nevada lilyt Navadn Please find enclosed $ , for which issue in the name of shares of the non-assessable .Stock of llhpah Petroleum Corn pany of Nevada, at per share, and mail to NAME ADDRESS ... ^0 IE-If the allotment of the .Cent Stock is fully subscribed on receipt of this application, the money and application will be returned to the applicant.