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Bl n U u; ci h! H "l te d( ol cl P fr ar at m it ca CO se ev ha an of to ns pi. 8t( tn t)U wa Lincoln County Record. FRIDAY. JAN 15 1SH. Snallnka Star! IhriAsj j Record Publishing Ccmpany, C. W. Gamuoi, Lbasbb. is-nosi habobm iuum. tddooB nuuw, Tisms: t.aartirttan). Oas Iwjkf ntnll Ml Moat, " ..... ..... , MHM SBBt 1W WiM ) a St as. satsra m m Ma. , MI-OlM iMtMf . sU.Mrsaf v Crrir s 40 JfiUA.. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Sannu weather. Everybody baa cold. ' Lincoln oouatses first apportion naat of school ssoasy for year 1904 amounts fo $5,779.16 Tha Board of Pardon has psst- ponsd ths ease of Cochie Seg sMsr till Monday the 12th mat. Mra. J. A. Neabitt ia spsadiag with her aifter lira liana ' Oleson at Caliantea. County Recorder Henry Lee went VPanaoa laat aunday to be present as ..an of th board of examation held ' there this week. E. F. Freudenttwl and . H Diokman left this morning for Csl- laUa and will ttroceed on to Salt Lsks City to-night. ' The sohool house has been re papered whioh will make it more comfortable for the children this winter. Miss Jessie ftioe and her brother Henry were in from Newland this week and proceeded to Panaea where Miss Jessie will visit with relatives far few days. ' The Regular Quarterly Statement of the receipts and payments of tn Treasury of Linooln Oouny for the quarter ending December SI. 1903 appears in another columa, Willie Warren and Bam Hollinger were in from Eagle Valley on Wed aesday. The boys have just finished the fall roundup and state that they - . . a . find the eattle in best or oonatuon Dr. J. D. Campbell was haistily summoned to Panaoa on Sunday attend Lawrence, eon of N. Wadswortu, who fractured his leg by being thrown from a wagon and Ike wheel running over htm, Chas Lampahere and Mat Foster returned from Bristol where they have been doing the assessment work on the J. Me Fsdden mine which belongs to Mrs. McFsddsn They report the mine looking very well. - James Tullock and Tbos. Milne left Saturday for the eoal mines where they expect to remain for about six weeks. They report thst there is good indications for them to strike a large vein of eoal ia the next few feet. Mr. R, H. Dickman, a Mining Engineer from Chicago, has been looking over the mining properties here for the past week. It is report ed that he represents a large mining eombind and it is hoped that it will mean the starting up ol the old camp again. C. W. Garrison, Editor snd Man ager of Ths Rcooan, left on Tuesdsy morning for Springville and Salt Li City. Just what was the call we are unable tostate, but as he re marked before leaving that he was going to ship down some furniture end other aatioles of the kind we do not think that he intends to return alone. The first regular meeting of the Leap Tear Whist Clup wss held at the residence of Henry Eilers Sat urday night and after adopting the by-law and attending to other bus sinees for the well-fair of the club, the first series of games were play ad. Arrangements for prizes will be msde snd considerable interest is be ing taken, whioh was shown by the number that have joined the club. There were six teachers preeeut at the exetuiuations at Panac this weekofwbicb all but one passed Those who passed were, Miss. Mnble Kinnie. Miss Kate Parlour, Miss Clara Jackson. Mr. Chas. Higfriae, and Bert Mills. Hiss Anna Eriok senfailed because ebe waanot notified wbn the examinations were to taker pise.1 and did not arrive till the sec ond day and bad to rush through the papers so fast that she eould net o thea jsseiee. Hobtiai-y at Fay City. Deputy Sheriff John tflrwood r rived here about fouro'eloo Wed nesday morning with Frank Sher man who will serve a 30 days term ia ths County jail for robbery. While nearly every person at Fsy wss attending the funeral of Samuel Chatovieh oa Tuesdsy last, Suaaiasa forced open the back door or Vsseo Dosklestiea's saloon, pried open the cash drswer from which he took $40 mostly ia silver, and mads good his escape, vaseo, upon bis return, finding his house had bean looted immediately atarted for to locate the robber. Atot making twosrreeta the right man was found as beiag Sherman, who was proved guilty. After he had taksa ths money, his heart failed him and he took it up to Brown's saloon and wanted ths br tender, Wm. Sutherlsnd to tstcs it, hide it swsy, and after ths excite ment hsd died out, they would divide it up but Sutherlsnd refussd, so he took it out and hid it in the wood pile bade of the saloon where it was found after his srrsst. Ualiente and the Line. Ud. F. Frsudsnthal was among the weeks visitors from Pioche. Mrs. Jennie Wilcox is Deputy Post Master for E. W. Clark. Mrs. i. A. Neabitt of Fiooris is visiting with her sister Mrs Olaen Ws sis enjoying beautiful spring weather here now. Cold nights but wsrm days. Hon. H. E Frsudsnthal and wifs wsre outgoing possengers Thnrsdsy a route to Ssn Fraaeiseo. Twelve bridge carpenters wsre laid off during the week. All the bridges are complete for 80 miles south others. Geo T. Wsrren has opened his nsw aalooa and is prerarcd to fur nish the beet wines, liquors snd cigars in town. Chief Engineer McCartney came ia from the city Wednesday and left for the south with ordsrs tu rush ths work oa the grade. J. G. Hswl.v sad E. W. Clark left (or Salt Lake Moadsy ea busi asss. The later to visit with bis mother aad sister.. On his way horns from here Tues day Lswrenoc, the youngest son of N. J. Wadawerth. fell out of ths buggy bstwsen the wheels aad had his leg brokea. 1 He was standing in the back holding oa to the ssst whsa ths buggy struck a ehack-hole and threw aim out. Ths Leap Xesr Whist Club met stthcresidsnecof Mr. aad Mrs. A. Orr oa Thartdas svsnlng aad played series of 30 games, after which, a lunch was spread to which all done justice. The club then adjourned till next Thursday evening when Mr. and Mra. J. D. Campbell will entertain.. Nearly every psper that you pick up spsaks of ths cold weathsr that they are having in ths different part of ths State, but fortunately we can not give any record of the cold here, for it either has not arrived or has bsea side tracked st some other SUtWB. Our blseksmit), John Ewing, hss a nsw helper for bis shop. Ths young man arrived early this moru ing. All concerned doing niely snd Johnny ths happiest man in towu. There is considerable substantial encouragement being given for the propose carnival and street fiiir st Carson oa ths first five dsysof nsxt July. Mrs. Chsrlsa A. Bitter of Phila delphia, aged 60 ysars, prssented her husband, aged 70, with twin boys on Christmas dsy. Ws see by the Searchlight that a movs is on foot to organise a band among the Quartette Company at Searchlight. ., February next will be a month without a full moon, aa occurrnce which takes place every nineteen years. With womsn doing ths hold-up act poor man eventually will be compelled to carry a mouse for pro tection. Eight clerks have been added to ths postal ssrrio bnu Ok vu snd Ssa Frsncieu. "Love your neighbor as yiunmlf ,' but be careful about letti -g tins rule spply to bis better half. Henry Lee end District Attorney Beaj. Senders returned fruui The world has three great con- fuaan, Love, Death and Faehwa, I An exchange truthfully remarks: The won.au who sneers st a decent kitcb'. grl ought to be made to do lur own work. To oook ic s highly i j,ecUbi buisanees, sud to do .- louiug requires brain, experience, i il a lot of good sense. Many a ( ,..1 tfirl iii'Kis tue wages to be earn , t in the kitchen, but hesitates to (.0 uiit to work. KOLL OF HONOR. Following is s list of pupils at- tfudiiiB the Pioclie Bcliool who have iiiatiuguisbed themselves for atten- ilauce. bcbolarship sud deportment fat the month of November. Aiuslie Campbell, George Franks, kiHulse Eddie Price, Lizzie Goodrich Miouie Hulse !uvid Lloyd Minnie Meloy A tn a Meloy Ralph lioodriou W . Christum Cheater Cook i-alm Hulse Victor Welluud Jn.uie Melo Geo Oarrieon JUyiuoud Wellsnd lteepectifully submitted, ' Addie 31. Callaghan, ' '' Teacher The Herald. The Salt Lake Daily Herald is the .OHt readable paper in ths intor luomitsin country. Every dy in .veeii 85 cent per month. The Sun Iny Herald witu itsuiMgaxinesectiou alio. id be resd by svery one, $2.00 per vear, $1.00 for six months. The Semi-weekly Herald(Tuesdsy and Fridays) only $1.50 or vssr, with Oraugs Judd Fnue (weekly) $1.75. Strictly in advance. If it happens, it's iu the Herald. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office, Carson City, Neveda, November 12, 1903. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby giveu thst on the 23rd day of December 1903, the followinsr towaahiu '.iite will be filed: Township No 5 N., Range No 67 E. Township No. 4 N., Range No 68 E. Towusbip No 3 S., Range No 69 E. M.D. M. Partita interested must file their claim within three months from asid date (December 23, 1903) to secure their preferred rights. Applioatiou for entry of Isnd in said townships will be received Dec 23, 1903. O. H. Gallup, Register Manager Wanted, Trustworthy lady or gentlemen to menage business in tnis county sua sdjoiuing territory for well and favorably kuown House of solid financial" standing, $20.00 straight cHb Hillary aud expf uees, paul eaco Momliv bv check direct from head quarters. Expense money advanced; position permanent. Aaciress, Manager, 610 Monon Cldg, Chicago IU. Wslnttock, Lubin si Co. Sacramento Not only is tbs Spring and Sum mer Cutalogue (blue and gold cover) the handsomest one ever issued by Weinstock, Lubin A Co., too great mail order bouse of Sacrsmento.Csl. but it is full of great values iu up-to- duts merchandise. It is free to any address. If you haven't a copy, write for one to-day. Weinstock, Lubin k Co., hsve only new good bought since the fire in January. THETAX OF THE Proceeds ofjhe Mines MoUo Uknky (inn Ut tb. Tux ol ih. ttatet ol tk. bIm. fur tk Quwiw udlnf ttp i Mk, not tn hi m rrii. .i lb oa f Ik 0.ul7 ImiM, Ik. Ooart HuaM. T: Im In nfua I kirenetloa IU k JOB r. BOSOEB. Ooaaty Ai tt rixk. No Mb. I rot. Send foe Seeda. The Agricultural Department ha mad arrangeineute to diatribnt aeds this sessoa much earlier thaa last. Psssoas desiring a supply ef vegetable or fiower seed should ssad thsir asms to Senator Wm. M Sewart, Washington, D a Elooution sud Voice Culture (Singing) taught by Phonograph, R cords and lesson talks by train ed trtjats My method teschss s t o yesr courss in six months. Terms forty dollars in iu Ullments. Address for particulars. Porter j Clare A M., Sau Mates. Cal. tf MININGnS TirrtTT-mm ran. 34 Pitt t Teddy I EtasnSai INDISPENSABLE TO MINING MEN. $3 PER YEAR, POSTPAID, anra i-tm umi eorr. MING Scientific PRESS es iLksxxt ST- &ij nAatace. csx MEW-TODAY. Quarterly Statement. Quarterly Statement of the Re ceipts snd Psymsut of the Teasury of Linooln County, for the Quarter ending Dc. 31st, A. D. 1903. Btl.0MkMkM4O.tubn MS.DIMS..lmj. mtciirN. To 0IMrl LltJWMM . 1 Oaibiuf LluBaM ... ufieliii km ' imni.w ' UuiuaiUaiut. ' full T.s ft mal Boll 1 foil Tl JMrf ammmhmw i iHlnqiMM Ts ' ruUy od IiiIt. 1 AriliBit 1 U.irl uouaty T&z 1 4ularvtiU Tu 1 rmb T Dttiuiur Tx 1 SMrebliakl t1 tttmumi yTkputf lx . .nrt ..141 10 m o t H ...ni to to nu M i ne .. 1UU M iu tl .... 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Kotios) To Creditora. In the Dlftrlct Court of trie rounn Judicial District, In and for the County oty Lincoln, State of Nevada. Ia Ik M.tMr of Ik taint Of F.1U lulaki. iMsannad. M-u 1- k t.. .Ih. .k thm MmA MOB k L .nr1.4l mA .anlland bl U ClaWiot n h iiMMk Jbi.1.1 ftlatrtrl of Ik at Bands. In and (a Iks Ooanlf ft Llrtoolu, n m ma) ani.l. w iu " ass. Into of u uar i uauom, . . .1. .1.1. mrnmluM ld O.UI nn nlr4 SI Ik . wit pmfor voaekaw ana swistai naraa.iw ' .... m,A M.rt siikln auas ntsatk nltet Uw Ik Sm Bllnnttoa f Ikl Kin. pnM nnd rakUakoS 1st UmSm! Ua sTakt l.Wte B.aruvwi"o SnBsl Klnf. aaaUulstnlsr. auuaoj Mr nM Bstnla., Kotlo To Creditora- In ths Fourth 'Judicial District Court of ths Stat of Nevada In and for the County of Lincoln,' UMk BUttsr sf Iks IsUls 1 or i i Jowpk Oook, aottoa I ksnfcTJrtTsa twt tk andaraUrBS kara . ,k i .... .i i !... iiuu. of Uin Stst of Namda. In and for IB onumj si aaor-t.. - Admininratsn at aat. v, .r- -j.uui utaatidil C anty of Lincoln 411 oiwnitwa www. Ufa na,.lrad M BW un,i. i""!" -as nnd Maialorj aSlarlu attached, wl'k tu Olsrk sf MM Oosrl wllbla ikis ntunlh. of U UST BUDItoanoai m mn www. Dl nn nsbUaksd lot tb.i-H Uata Bstaaibsf IIENBV WOK, T. 1,0. bom. AUyrar Ml JOSSPH MOLLCMKOF ArlBll In f.ton, Delinquent Notice. Hans WOar and Irrigation O. Loentloa s pin -a of bnalna Fanua Tkara at rlalli.qn.nl upon ik f!l wln rlr. rlbad ttocl on aa odl! of nwa.BBi l.li d on May tad l d Sa : II k loi Tbanrvml nmoanisarlnpyinllslkaBUaraof tkt rKspartiTa akarakoldora na f. Uom. NnnM Ban Anita Wlllwa M.Uww I KM Mra i a Wadaw rtb I La U C HO ISO I N Tnrnbaitfk O W Vkad.varlk It Maihawn I II a tu 1.1' Okn. Uatkawn 1 Ol' and la uosordiaa vttb Iks law na radr -4 tko Boa do) DtroolrirnnMdaoa lltdrtay of KaptlDO. ao uny aknm sf an k snrsal of .nob ntnek a mny h amniiairr will kr to i at in ashool Uoiuv-. fnu-on. N.T.. Saturday IX ItblMi r tha hour Io 'clock nnt. losay d.llriianlaw.ifaanta l'tVsr wltk lbs snatn or ndrartlaln nuaaximitaiM n. i nsDiAT, rirat rnkllsalloa Na Ilk IKJ. Ha xMary ORR & CHRISTIAN PIOCHE. KEV4DA Finest Wines, Iiica.-u.or audi Oigrars. OARO T A BL HIS WHBRK INO CAN B1.8PBNT, ALSO 4 IMm EMm H.OXJTE. SonFodro. Los Angoloa & Salt Lojxo Railroad, Time Table. Effective July 8t 1903. Train run daily as follows: f:Mp. at. Lt OnllMt Ar ItM p. m. 1:4 " " Dndn L. ll:Ma . I ll " At Modaa . " 11:10 " Sf " Lt Ms-:. Af 10:41 " Iff Ar atiford , Lt 1:1 " 1034 - ' Lt aiUsr - AT 4:16 1141 nnt ' . Black Sao, Lt 4:10 " " " ulanr Uk 1:81 " IS - " Oaat M i " 1:41 " . Ar Jaak " 10:10 p tn 1:0 Lf Jnak Ar 1:00 " f SI " ' npnl . Lt 10: t:M " " roT .' l " .i " " tlananai Oroa. " " M " Ar ftlt Lata Oily " 4:04 " Trains arriving 8alt Lake maks dirsct connection for all points ' rsst, north and west. E. W . OILLETT, T. C. PECK , O. F. k P. A. A.O.P.AT.A. Salt Lk City". UUh. kl4, M VKARt' mm tradc bb"" lff.f14i, Osfta loiMTB Ac. Aarsss asndbif a nkstsk sa4 nncrtstton nu- M. 1 . I mm onr oviaion rraa waaiaar ac ISTSMloa nmaaUr aatsaiAtila, Coananla. Bona at tall; aamaoinlai ""f am Patant aut ft. Oldaat arranrr for ooanriM BMotiia, Pwsau Ukaa lErssfh Mnssi A Co. rssnlTa annual n.flil. wHnosA snaafrs. Si Iks Scientific Jiericait ak.a.ntnlrmn1.ls s-srtry. tnnrsatetr asaumn of an. atttattu Inarnal. Torw., II n anr: Mar moatkn, 4 Snaffeynll nssadanlara. "Art t rt tsia...s Naui VArk Vl"7' lltytf JMIB WW Tn. ifiSanJ A. S. THORflPSON. l'ioclie, Nev. General Merchandise. Groceries General Hardware Gents Furnishing Goods ConfeclicsEK Statiocerv. Pitect Eistficiiies. Headquarters For Hay. Craln, Flour Pearl Oil. Candles Powder Futo : Steel and other Jisiag Supplies. 'v.-: ' -And a fall stock of lha Bssi ' V ',' , ... - . ; o9l 4 ,' . Wines - Liquors - and - Cigars. Salt Lake and Pabst Beer Always on Hand. , . Caliente Nevada. J. Denton, Proprietor. The Tables supplied with the Best the Market Affords. Good Beds and Well Furnlslifid Rooms. TERMS $1.50PBR DAY. " 53Titage' Leaves Hotel for Pioche. Panaca and Delamar every Day in the week.SJt5l JAtVlES A NESBITT, rsjnst in receipt of a FINE STOCK OP FRESH GROCERIES, a THE LATEST STYLES IN JBet of Liquor One price to all. MAIN ST, OPPOSITE LAC0UE. I PITTSBURG VISIBLE TYPEWRITER! The Only Perfect Writing Machine m&d J .T.l'AW. send i or The Fife? 208 Wood & MzJ-& 'Via Nr. Boots Shoes The writing if in plain View of the operator all the time. Simp, lest andatroug est construction, rapid action. eay touch. Adapted to all kinda of workbest for tabulating and invoice work, Universal key board, removibl type action, in stantly cleaned Treble the lil o! any otu.-r machine for good clean work. a catalogue. M (,'artir.e Street, Pittsburg, P.