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Lincoln County Record.
nULUY. JULY 8 1904. 1-abUabad k,nr rridj Uj fcail toKo Conpaij, C. W. Gaioiso. Liusas. orrraiti xwe nrauHMoj aooCb num. Tirms: Oiu Tear.'bf Kail.. IS S Mi Maltha, . SO , i 1 AdTartiata fntaleaed eeea eoelleeUne at tka i, ni--d at ) Peel ill rSt Pleeka. Serade. wi t.i'h .la'tar. r . , tVtrwrW Carrier l SO wnf per Month. fCAU ANO OTHER WIST- Tue dsys are beginning to get horter. Salmon in brine can be had at Thompson's. . Y. Freudenthal left for Salt Lake yesterday. The farmer around the Valley are busy putting up tbeir hay. Windy weather has been the order of the day during the week. The Board of County Commission' era will meet next Monday. Mr. Thomas Lynch and Miss May Roberts were married at Tono pah last Monday. The name of the poatofEce at Tonopah has been changed from Butler to Tonopah. Ben Thorpe and wife were in at tendance at the Fourth of July eele bration here from Stateline. W. M. Christian departed Thurs day morning for Beaver, Utah for a uit to his folks for ten days. Two more men were added this week to the force at tne Piocbe Nevada Mg Co'a, properties at Went Pout One Michigan pen pusher very modestly inquires " If all the good were to die young, where would we get our editors?" s?le Valley, Spring Valley .State line, Fay City, Bone Valley and Panaca were well represented at the Fourth of July celebration here. Mrs Dolaa and family were up from Delamar to attend the 4th celebration. One editor ssys: ' The more experi enoe we have in the business of edit ing a newspaper the more we be come convinced that it takes more brains to kerp things out of the paper than it does t put things into the paper." The Reno Gsuette aays two thou. and Rh- o people visited Carson yes terday to cheer the rely team on to viotory over Oakland, which meant the return of the championship of the Pscifie coast to the Riverside town, its old abiding place. Great was the race and mighty the ap plause from the assembled multitude when McKenzie humped his bsok, overcame the lead of the Oakland champions and dashed ahead for a Imd that conxtsntly widened until the titty miles were ridden snd Reno wou the race by thirteen-sixteenths of a mile. Despite the loss of two tuen, the Reno riders had a team tbat was unbeatable. Oakland re alized the odds sgsinst the visitors snd every man rode until the breath as gone and limbs trembled with v.esrirps. Word Lave just reached ua of the ( ih of Mrs. Hannah Kershaw at Indian Creek near Las Vegas on the 20th day of June. Mrs. Kershaw was well known in this country and her death will come as a shock to tsr many fri. nds. She waa born in Wsles.April 15th, 1828 and earns to this country while the yellow fever raged in St. Louis. She earns to Utah with her husband in 1852 cros sing the plains with an ox team and was one of the pioneers in Southsrn Utah. Her husbaud died in Beaver City, Utah. She came to Lincoln county in 1869 aud located in Bui lionville, being one of the first set ters In 1873 she moved to Meadow Valley Wash, where she resided un til eight" months ego when sbs moved to Las Vegss. Mrs. Kershaw has btoa a sufferer from rheumatism for the past twenty-four years, and during the post ten years has bees eifiicted with a oancer in the faoe. She mariivd Mr. Kerahaw 45 years ago, and aiuce that time aha has toiled to make a home in the desert. .She baa uo relatives in this country hut her meads and aquaintanoea are umjuerou. Lode. Pioche's .Observance of the Fourth. ' The program of exercises pre viously arranged with which to orle brste the 4th was carri. out to the letter sud but for severe winds in the afternoon which nU dust too plentiful for either health or pleas ure, and marred to a conviiterable extent the races at the track, the day was a fine one and every hour of it was occupied fross early morn ing with the salute of 13 guns to late at aight when the ball closed at Thompson's Hall, snd the weary daneers wandered homeward all fully impressed however with the fsot the day waa one to be rememb ered, and that old Pioche was yet able to celebrate when occasion da manda. Oiant powder on the hill top north of town represented the 13 guns st daybreak, and though a rivalry be tween the shooters several of the shots were severe enough to shal e in say a worthy sleeper in his bed. The braaa band opened at Thomp son's Hall shortly after nine o'olock in the morning and at 0:30 the literary exeroises begun. The choir was made up of sbout ten voices and the national sirs were well rende'ed. The vooal duett by Mrs. J. P. Campbell aud T. J. Osborne was well rendered and enthusiastically received by the audience, and ttie recitation by W. A. Dantoa of "All is quiet on the Potomse ' to night" wss very nicely delivered. The old patriotic song"The sword of Bunker Hill" wss well rendered by T. J, Osborne, and little Lena Frank surprised and pleased the sudienee with her recitation of "Dolly's Speech." Mrs J. D. Campbell rendered i vocal solo "Where the Silvery Col orado Wends it Wsy" ia very pleas ing atyie. After a national sir by the choir W. A: Orr, read the Declaration of Independence and did it well. After mora mneie by . the (band T. J. Osborne delivered a short ora tion, '.reviewing brieiy the history of the inception of our government und illustrating that the "American Idea" launched to the world in the Declaration of Iodependnr-e waa atill traveling and must necwuarly continue to until the whole civilised world adopted the form of govern ment it advocated.': His remarks were brief on account of the ex ercises which were to' follow, and after singing "Americs" by sll pre sent the audience immediately went to Lnoour St. to view the games snd sports. These embraced foot, egg, and aaok racea for both boya and girls, wheelbarrow, needle sud thr t leg ged races, causing much merrimeut and fiin. These were concluded hy sbout one o'clock when ffsgona be gun to leave for the four mile houae, where the horse races were to come off. The track bad been carefully pre pared but dusty.. A good crowd was iu sttendance. Ice cream, lemonade, aud other soft drinks wtirt- obtainable but a wind snd dust storm did much to spoil this part of dxy amusement. The first rsoe wss n 300 ysrd dash, run by Perkin's Fay Baldy horse sad J. A. Neabitt's Dap: horse. Dogie won by four fret. The second rsoe, for saddle liorseS, a quarter of a mile was run l.y horns entered by Free of the Ida May Mine; Pat Devlin of Rose Valley, Henry Wellsnd of Pioche, and Joe. Mollenkop of Pioche. Free's horse wss an easy winner. The third and last race waa a 440 vard daah bstweea the Fay Baldy, Free's Tony, and Will Clark's Fig ure 2. Baldy won by about eight ft Tony come in second, and as the spectators turned sad .looked for Figure 2. the saw Clark walloping him along still about half wsy down the track. He mad the full run however, and paased under the wire as the winners returned to the grand stand to take the official time from the judges. . At nine o'clock in the evening the dance at Thompson's Hstl opened. The music was good and the danc ing continued until about 1 o'clock the daneers however bed put ia a full day, and went hsme earlier than usual on such occasions. Governor Sparks returned Sun day morning from as. extended visit to the World Fair and from a aide trip to Texas, where he looked after bis cotton and cattle interests in the Lone Star state. The gover nor is greatly pleased with the Nev ada exhibit. A number of hit fat test Hereford steers will be slauter- d to make a barbecue at the Lit oa Nevada day. Ualiente and the Cine. The new well jeat completed in the company yard baa proven a gusher aud will the water needed for all purposes for the local requir ements f the railroad company. Jdormou peddlers from southern I'tah are bringing farm produce ia targe quautitiee iuto camp. ' W. F. Breuan returned from a two months vurit to Suit Lake City yesterday and resumed his position s' conductor 'on the west from Calieato The big tie planter went into the commission here today snd plated tip are being turned out for the advance track laying st the front: Reports of Mosps's celebration included a couple of prize fighta, in numerable druDks and accompany' in,.- disturbances "whier- served to nAe the day memorable.. Morris Bolsnd has beeu placed in cUrge of Section 7 at Ardeu and O. M. Lovelace has been appointed section foremen at Cooaway's ranch. Auditor Tylor of the Utah Const- ruotiou Compsny passed through cauip yestardsy en route to Salt Line City. Fred Foster formerly checker in the Sen Pedro ysrd has accepted the position of time keeper vice W J. Farrow, resigned. J. F. MoMshsa has erected a saloon building and will open up business herewithin the next few days. R. C. Moore, the newly appointed Sup't of Commisssry Dept. arriv d Friday and Las taken charge of that department at Calient. A movement is being put on foot here to get Caiiente postoffice de olared a money order office and has the endorsement of every business man in town., A pip lia for water conveyance has been laid from the Company well to Charles Culver well's real' dence for the purpose of supplying him with water through hia hotel building. The W. U. T. Co., employes have completed stringing wire to. 7 miles below Kyle 82. miles from Caiiente snd another shipment of polee went to tb front Tauredayend .will . o placed immediately csrrr tb lins to Carp 40 .miles west of this camp. A man named Nealy was arrested her by railrord men for stealing a pay check from another railroad employee, and tried before Jua:is fth Peae Mnynnrd. Hi was too full to explain his action when brought before the Justioeon Friday and bia case continued until Satur day to give Lira a chance to sober up He was given 30 days in the county jail. F. W. Dickie, proprietor of the Cecil Hotel in Pioche passed through csmp yesterdsy in company with Aathur Jackson a Bostou, Mass., mining expert with whom Mr. Dickie went to Los Vegas ranch on ths line of the San Pedro road, and thence 45 miles routh to look at some rich mining proper tins belonging to Pioche parties whom he represents. Mr. Dickie was tb guest of Hans Olson while in camp. Track laying will be resumed from the east and of tb big rock cut west of Moapa on July 10th and the work from there to Loa Vegaa ranch rush ed with the expectation tbat the track will be completed to that point by August 1st. Thence westwsrd with not to exceed on and one-half per cent grade, the work will be , speed ily put through with the expecta tion that the tin will be ready for trsffio from Salt Lake City to the City of the Angels by or before Jsn 1st. THE SALT LAKE TELEGRAM Published every Evening Except Sunday. A newspaper that contains all the news and 24 hours ahead of other dailies. One year $7.00 Six mo s ths $3 50 Ou month ,C0 Single copies .03. T0NS0RIAL PARLOR. WM. KAMI. PROPIRITOR. All work done in th .Highest StjU of the Art. ESLHAIN ST., OPP. MEADOW VALLEYS FOURTHAT CAUISNTE. Fourth of July passed off pleas antly at Caiiente. Ihere were no disturbances of any kind, no arrests sud no unpleasant fextures. The day was welcomed by explos ion of giant powder, and the inces sant oooDinr of fir or so' erg. In w a th afternoon th (xeroses were opened at the dance hall pl.ttfnrm by Ed. Clark, master of ctrwmonies, in a short address, followed by the choir's rendition of the Star Spuugl- ed Banner. Hou. J. A, Denton as orator of the day delivered an elo quent resume of p litiatl events from the early unpleasantness with King George in Bjsiou towu to the exis tent wrestle with the slippery Fili pinos in the fur off isles of the Orieut. He was, frequently applaud ed and retired aiu'd cheers and con gratulations. Mr. Ronnn rend tue Declafntiou of Independence uud s bevy of charming young Indies sung Columbia to the admiration of the susceptible youug Lotbirios who crowded as close as they dared to the enticing group. The program of games wus engineered by Chas. Culverwell who had things his own wsy for a couple of hours. The base ball match between two picked nines made up of Caiiente sud rail road men ended in victory for the Calieutes, who however drew liber ally from railroad men to complete their nine. Th horse races were run on Main street aud furnished enjoymeut for the "old sports." The dsy's festivites terminated with a grand ball which lusted until sometime during the morning of the 5th and from the number of sleepy looking young men and women who merged from the arms of Morpheus this noon, must have b.en "one continual round of pleasure." A 1 rge number of mi n came in from the front on tr iins lighted up with red snd green fuzzes snd heralded by (the crach of firearms and popping of torpedoes, DEATH CF MRS. W E. GRIFFIN A telegram to Bert L. Smith Wed nesdsy evening announced the death of Mr, W. E. Griffin at her bom in Reno, Nevada, at 4: 15 p. m 0U Juu 29) 1004. ' For mnny years she had been sufferer from a turner which tt.ra rweeks , ago developed fey mpsotmv: that were pronounced almost necessarily futnl by her phy sicians. Her husband was summon ed from Eureka Monday of last week and left that day for Rjuo. . Mrs. Vina Du lUv Griffin was the wife of W. E Griffin, cuHbu rof the Eureka Couuty Bank, aud mother of .the Mrs. 0cnr J. Smith of R'-no. She was a unlive of Canada' age about 00 yearr. Iu 1880 Mrs. Griffin came to Eureka from Tioche, Lincoln County, and reside here until 1893,. when she removed to Reno. The funeral will take place frm the family residence in He no on Saturday. Eureka Sentinel. Notice for Publication. TIM BBS USD, tar JUE S. 1S78. Cnltori 8tlM Und uttoa, Oanoa Cltjr, Sa Tada.Avrill9tb.im. son :cnHK(!Br oivkstbmii om pllanca with ih prol.lon of the aot of OinticM of JanaaH. ISTS,auitlalM a act tot tha ! ol tlaib-1 lan U la In Statea of CaM-'raia, Owxon, S . vada, an Wanilugtoa Terri'or?," aa rxteodrri lo all tha Public Laad SlaU by aot of aiiguil h 181. Taa Sao Fidro, .u AufelM Salt Luke hH raadOoasani,a'irpratloaof the n'ata of Hub bu thla du a lad In tail offlca it aworn ttatamrot H f ba putotiaa of tbi S H 8 B K It of S W qtref Section Hn lu 10 TovnaMp Ho 4Hoatb, Rant at B. U. D. M, and will cSVr proof lo buw tbat tha land aoii(M la mora valnbla for Ita too tbaa for afrtroltaral porpoaa. and to aatebllak Ita alalm to ald land bafoia taa a-lataraiid B ratwof tblaoaiaat Carton Oltr.Mavadaou T'laalar, tna 97tb daj of J una ISM. It mm ai wltaaaaaa: Xiebard I. ttrowa or -alt Laka Cltjr, Dub. BdwaH m. (Mark of Chileataa, Nevada Okarlaa CaltarwaU of Oalientaa, Nendo Baarj U McOartoajr of salt Laka Olti, Utah Aa? aad all paraoua claiming advtraalj th. abora daaorlbad laadt ara roq.ia.iad to file t'lalr claima la thla oCtaa aa ar bafora aald IT day oliaat isoi, O. H. LlDP, Beglatar. Data of ant publico ttoa April h lawt NotioB To Creditor In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Oistrlct, In and for the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada. Ia tha W-tur or taa fatal Of All ana Dariaau, UooaasaS. MoMaawharabpilTaa thai tha aada-aiinad baa haaa al7 appalalad aad a,aallad br tha Dlatriet ConHof taa taarih ladlcUl Slatrlot of tha Stala af BaTada. In aad for lha Ooaotj of Lioooln, aa Adatlaiatralar of tb ala at il.naoa Doraata, All eredilere havtaf elataaa acaicat aald aatai are reaalrea telle Ike aaaaa. Mtk pr.aer Tovehera aad atatatoty aaVlaett. attached, vita tb Clark at aald aaart, witkla ttr aaatka after Ih Srat BBblltatton of tl.i. Uated, laa M, tao. PVPLIT at. DORMAIf T. Oaboraa Admiuinrator. Altera. T far aald tat at. , Urea Pa .lle.iloa t una lu, lent. Ton must not comb tha hair over the bsld spot on your head snd than liek because tbe grocer puts He big potatoes on the top ol the measure. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that no fire work are to be nLot tiff iu the towu ou the fourth of July. Ouf wuter supply is limited, aud the frame b iildings are so dry ihit a sprk might cause a serious tiire. This uoticB is published in ample time so that citiz.-us uud others wdl i.ot seud for any fire worus. By order of Jute Johnsou, buenff John Ewing, Deputy. Teachers Examination Notlca U haftbjr .lv. u ijat ilia Haaularaiamioa. ilon of auulicauta lor laarbara o. r Incioa In and tor Laoom Lonul;, N i w.ll be lit I J at tba Sanuol U turn lu tia ti.wn of Ptuua In aal I Uounij on tba lltb, iltband 13tad.y of Jul; A O. ISot. Any paavia dnlrun of Uklu aath axaulnaitou -huuld notify tba (.oanty Hi.peiititetd.itou i U .or tba lltb djr of Jalj ItM. BtllAH WKPOE, Countv BcuojI Sop. rintendant Pated. June 17. llKlt. Notice To Credit oii' In the Fourth Judicial Oinrict Court of the State of Nevada in and ' for tha County of Lincoln, la the M.lter of tba haute i of Addiaon U;baa, Notice la ban bj Kleen fiat tha andanilned baTO been duly appointed aud iju.ilntd bj tbe fourth Juuici.l Uietnot Ourt of tue State ol Nevada, lu aud fur iba Count of Liiioln, aa Adiululetr.tora of tba aetata of Adouwa Bybee daonead. Allcredltorekarlnf alalma aval net aald aaUte are required to Die the aania. w.tfi proper touch. ara aud eiatutory m.iTUe ittaohed, wltb tba Olerk of eaid IX art wltnln th aa aioatba of tbr drat publiraUoa of tbia noUce, ar auutt aiaua alll be barn-d. Uaiad and pubUabed for tha brat time June tVhlSUe. T.f.OSBOBSS, r, J, Oahorna, Adaiinlauator. All for aald latate Notice of Forfeiture. TO JOHN BV80N,bl Oranteee, Aaalfna, halra rveatora or lmlnl.mtore, aud all araoae slalai I id aadar, bj, from, oi througn him: loa ara ber.nr nolil-d tbat the undaratfmd co. owwr ltb ou la tbe "Hoi-eat No. I" Iba Mo. bawt No. 1" and "Suxahlue" miulua claima, eltu atad la raxle V.1WT UlntuR dletrtct, Uncoil couotj, Staie of Nevada, tiaa perforot d the work aui Biede tba eipenauu-re on the aeli ailatns claima, requlrt l bf a an "B 'J.13I of tba KeTl-ed aiatntea of toe OniteJ sl.'oe o bol l tba aame for tbe veara itui aud a. and tlie amotiut due from roaonyour oue-b-U Iniet at in aeli elelnw for wb of aald jar. la I1HI.0U, mailnii a total ol SJUO 00 tor lb wo year. And It aliblu uiuMrdr after tba publication of tble notion you fall or r.-fuv to contribute y- ur aald prowttlm ol "nob eipnkdltare a co-ovni-r our liitteat lu aald eulin will become tbe prop any of ti.e auborlbr under a , Id eeotlou 2.IM. JAMbeKNIOuT, Dated. Tab. 19, MM. Notice of Forfeiture. iui4tvH pitMaitcl.iiiuiii ai de'.bt . roi "nUroa h bin: Tn ar- herebj n-itifl- d tht .b ui rUR'i,, c iwttrl lth T' V i tbn "Kvti" an J Mluiti'" miil- n( oUi'ti", sttunt. d in tillvT P .r- nunntK rt." rU-t LtDiolo iJ- UT-y, vrVs.'U, bn tM ( r nf't tb wn k u tulr tb ii en',t. .'it tie md inlutu e rt-qiTcd ty H- rtion 2 tj4 f ih- l.-viM(i MtllteM Ul lb- roitf-1 I'.lrts tViU 'li) thrt MtUf f ba jr JVti If ti. vil tbe fnoni't nf f" onot- jn wr (ine-ht.f lnt-reHt in nd chlm foi tich j-ntim $Um. 11!. ft tl it fHJ, fur t two ymri. And if wi'tain n)Dy dty-fer the pabllwil n of tut n ''left oj (il r irfu- ft ; y.itrtnu, y ur atu irvtp irtlon of me, nx t-n i't ir m ii i ouf yir.r lnu-rft vilt ie ii'nttb probity of the ub rir.nr Bidet fi d Sjc iou J'Mi alA .'Kd HCLK. Oatft t Vbt .'fld'. 1104. S-AJL.T ROUTE. San. Pedro, Xcs ngoles Salt Lake Eailroad. Time Table. Effective July 8t 1903. Trains ruu daily as follows: r . ill. L. OalleulM Kt. 1:55 p. tu. i:U " " Und. It. II Ala m. :ln " ar VMelia " 11:10 " t:M " i.T Mo'-o. AT 1U:5 " t:M " r Mllfjrl i,T 1:IS " 111 .13 Lt UllforS Ar " llara " Bla.iKoo Lt 4:10 " J . 3o " " llle Lako ' 1:S6 i " " Dull " 90 ' 6 4B ' Ar Joab " 10:K. p u t tm) Lt Juab Ar 11:00 " M. ' ' Nephl L "... " ' " Ptoto " M " t .H " - Plraeant Un.T. " Hi ' - Ar Halt U. Otty " W " Truiu ti Tiring Salt Lake miike liuoct connection for all points east, north and west. E. W. GILLETT, T. C. PECK, O. F. k P. A. A.O.P.AT.A. Salt Lake City, Utah. NOTICE. In The Fourth Judicial Dis trict Court f the Slate of Nevada.in and for the County of Li i c i i n . In th A ten.. .V'i--'f V i..'if i c pf flira aa . r' J r-l t'.d f. proTi . P r.i,,.. i" e !.) a-.i:. Tfo'io. le r.-'.; 1'iv.n 'h-.: D. v.. Doraiatj, he. S't ii 'bfl "b e imu.. Con-, a ttt'ew. prarlne f -i ii ? 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BIWTMJT M WML, Caiiente - Nevada, J. A lenton, Proprietor. The Tables supplied with the Best the Market Affords. Good Kcds and Well Furnished 11 OOm 5. T1PTS St-LiTOFc H DAT. jYfJi;ti'frij(! Lriivt'S iloti'l fur I'i.ich-; Panama Dulainsr every lay in the week aaJjKJ. ' JAiES A. KESBifrT s just in receipt of a THE LATIiST STYLES IN J), le.$t of One price to all. 0' PICOHE mm & mo mmi RIO GUISE WE5TEEI Th.0 Scenio lino To W2 .51 .!-:. i ul. uun.K, A"iru, HnriiifTB rianoA. fln,..l,A i uuiin, jumagw, nnu Southern Pac.flo and Oregon 3nor. Line Train "r rpi I m .. .... xueouiv irunscontiuAnui i.inn eaujj 3 ftfij Spli'udidly Equipped Deiween UUXJJSN Via Three Sepurute k TrlKUUuH ;3 PULLMAN : lid f ORDINARY oLbLrlNG I 1: DlMNU CARS, Servie a L Cane on all through Traim. .'. ',.f i, V ,W !' ' U.'.,m ! !-".'., I q lr, ut t or tn.t ..... v , nt , , k , ,h(. R)l Gr t d r , B,ldr , I. a. jl i uiis, g. a. r. d SALT LAKE v i.'iim, riour rtari Ull. owccr Fute . .1 Bf . ..." n ". ' stock of tbe Lest afsasx aaaaav l IJ -a. U x A U Liquors PD rl LC0UR - TETValDA. t .... . . . . -I ufttiviue, rueolo, coiorsao i) T. .. . "I . . n . t . uanBnn ot. AjOIUK, k Bit piilUlB H8l. W nm:.. if directly tLrough Salt Lake City. J raws Fast Trniris Daily AAD DENVER Ok Distinct Scenic Routes i.r w fa U IB A Aft mnm a mm, Denver, Omaha, T0 Kansas City, SI. I f.nin IV af 1 Kia.-ava ajuiiiN d. iiii rii:!! n Withoii ; . hangc. Fik, lioclining Chair Cars. Pertwwlhi Conducted Exvuritioni. ITY.UTAII. 'BSaVsla) lltvtae