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j'Sjdsc 'ibe fc it. Current News. Advertise in it. l All the News. Mining News. War News. FORMERLY THE PIOCnE WEEKLY RECORD. VOL. IjVI PIOCHE, NEVADA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 HM NO J3 A WEARY WILLIE SI RIKES IT RICH I Ike Irwin, a pioneer ranches of Duckwater, Nye County, died in 1893, Bays the Sentinel. At the of his death he was known to have Borne money burried, and his family eatimated the amount at from $1,000 to $1,200. A thorough search of the premise did not uncover any of the hidden treasure and it was some years before part of it was found. A new house and blacksmith shop were built to take the place of the old, and in tearins down the old buildings a little over $300 in money, was found. The rook chimney that graced the old home stead was left stending until a few weeks ago, and its demolition crated quite a sensation on the creek. About a month ago a man of the "Weary Willie" type stopped at tne Irwin ranch and asked for work, and was accomodated. He gave bis name as L. St. Clair. The creek bottom where there was a ford accross was soft and it was deoidod to hiive St. Clair put it in beter condition, using for this purpose rock the in the old chimney on the billeide. On a Friday he began tearing down the lrndmurk the next day he went to Jeese Mende's store and made a number of purchases, including a horse end cart, and flashed, up a handful of pold. Sunday he returned and found some twenty ranch bands loitpring about the pluces and he set up a banquet for them. When the jollification was over St. Clair went buck to the ranch and gave Miss Itnogetie Irwin $200 to keep for him. This created a suspic:on, and soon reports came to the ranch of his doings the cUy before. An investigation was started and it was learned that St. Clnir Bpeut about $125 at Mende's on Saturday and Sunday. The money was in $5 and $10 pieces and 1882 wn6 the latest date on any of the , ooins. .MW Irwin refused to give up the $200 entrusted to her, whereupod St. Clair went to Tonopah and con sulted a lawyer. Armed with legal decuments he returned and the the money was giveu him. He thou ltft for Tonopah. Lewis W. Moore, editor of the Hume Border (Mo.) Telephone, gives the following description of a good citizen: A good citizen is a man who takes pride in his borne t wn, pays bis honest debts, speaks Well of his neighbors, takes his home paper and pays for it; who doesn't squeeze every twenty-five cent piece until the agonized scream of the eagle can be heard for mile. He will measure twelve inches to the foot every way, will bathe and ohange his shirt once a week, and will see that the wonen he loves does not have to use a hedge fence for s clothes line or break up astt barrels for fuel. Did you ever see a woman with hoops on? She looks like an Es quimo hut. A group of women 1 iok ie a whole village. A cross section i of a womau in hoops looks like a circus tent with two center poles. A nearsighted man took a bunch of ladies for a harvest field, and they w re snoched. Still hoops have, their advantage in tbe economy ofsp-i'e. Instead of carrying her arms aid' ehirtw.UHt front full of bundles, a woman chu hang them on little hooks inside her hoops. I never did Millie shirt waist dray W.Bi.vh.W. When a fellow em braces k lady friend he do-an'l like to g. ; !)- arms full of soap td nneedn Ibcu t. and patent medicine bottles I new socks. Still, there wo - U- little choice if the lady had er l-n -shirts hung full Ofoanva .-vere-'i hums and things Onoe a 1 dy tried using ber hocp ki. -aiis bundle cariier while on. she,,., ing, and then got ,ff a street oar back ords. and - ben "lop ped lighting it looked Lie a cyclone had hit a country store-Exchange. N, , T Wl. L"se that to you Ju- It up- man terribly to lo. Ms bulauce at the bankl A gn.se widow and a rake uaually get n w It toyethei ! Agree w.th your w.fe and you always have y uro .vu wy! is burgury for tUBUV U nun" - , , ;f .tH on the on It is now claimed that the pistol found on Will Stephenson after be had been murdered in San Fran cisoo, belonged to his wife, and it is thought that Bowen, who shot Stephenson, or the latter's wife put the pistol in Stephenson's pocket after he was killed. Notice to Creditors. In ths Fourth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln. In the matter of the Estate of Harriett Phillips, Decased Notice is hereby given that f.ll II l.lurol finoil H7UU rm OOfrti ...... u "" duy of Jun, A. D. 1905, duly ap- J . i. on .1 - I puiuimi, hiiu uu me uu unj ui wuuo A. D. 1905, duly qualified by the by the Fourth Judicial District Court Sttite of Nevada, in and for LiucoluCouuty, as the Administrat or of the estate of Harriett Phillipps Deceased. Creditors having claims against said estate are required to file the same with tbe Clerk of said Court within forty days after the first publication of this notice. Benj Sanders, Administrator Dated, May 12th, 19U5 Beuj Sanders, Attorney for the Estate. Notice to Creditors. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District in and for 1 ho County of Lincoln. tS'ate of Nevada. In tbe Matter of the Estate of Kate Sherwood, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned hna been duly appoint ed and qualified by the District Court of the Fourth Judicial Dis trict of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln, as Ex ecutor of the last Will and testa mpnt nf Kate Sherwood, deceased. - All creditors having claims against said sf e are required to file the same, with proper vouchers attached, with the Clerk of said Court, within threw months after the first publica tion of this uotice. H. E. Fbeudenttal, Executor of the last Will of Kate Sharwood, Deceased. Dated. July 11th, 1905. Date of first publication, July 14, '05 Notice. In the Fourth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada In and for the County of Lincoln. In ths Matter of the Estate of Alanaon Dorman ) DeoMMd. Notice la hereby given tint Dndley M. Korean . .... . - . . .... n .u,n nnrmftQ BuminiMiruur ui uvo..c with the. will annexed nan Bled In thle oonrt Bli Hiial eocimnt end petition ror nni auinuui.yu . ud estate, and that Wednesday the Slut daj of .. . . ...... . a m , ih.l ri.v at the Ditrlot Court room In the town of Ploche, Oonnty of Unrolii, State of Neveila. haa been aet for the beeri-'K ol laid petition, at which time and plaoe .n..u.r nA ahnweanae any pernon luwjrfBMiu uimj "n-"' whj naiil aopount ahonld not be approTod and oon- armed ana earn oraer 01 uwir,u..w . H.J. OOOURIOH, Clerk of aald OonrU Date 1 'Hay Slit 1905. CHAS. LEE HORSEY ATTOR JEY and COUN ELO R.-A.T-L1A.W Pkx;he, - - - Nevada. WVNTEU -A TRUSTWORTHY ORNTt.KMAH OR la.lf In earh county to menae buelneaa for an old tbllhed b-ueeof aolld Bnanotal tandinj. A aTHlKht. iiua tide weeklr oaeh esl.ry o( ' 00 paid b? elieck each V, dnea lay with all eip-naee direct from hoadqu irtera, Moi.er advanoad for azpenm vUnT. 840 Oaatin 31 U,. OWoagO SEWING MACHINE. ROLLER BEARWa HIGH C8AOB0 STRONGEST GUARANTEE. National Sewing Machine Co., SAN rRANCISCO. CAL. FACTOR T BELVIDERB. IU. ' 7 ill J AAW KWil. ITkXMmta' J ' iMiini, Ijl "g;S3 bT bnvine thlt I Ery man, woman and cMd may tnioj lb 1 i ar aa" ,.,.,-.,!,js.,-ia un.u " aai i i M j lYlXij ing machine. i at 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 months $3 50 One month .6 Siugle copies .03. H. W. UNDERHILL CALIENTE NEV. Fine "" Wines, Iiiquors, and Cigars,. B&ams to Call Once and You will be sure and return. HANS OLSEh'S 8A.LOON Is one of the Finest Places In Caliente. If you wish. anything in the way or .1-jIql-u or3. aud Olgars. CALIENTE NEVADA. ;o YEARS' eiiltii ti J - ii k.. 'i'crntd. W a J-Oitr ; lnlif' HI',, f'"M J U. i-mib,iiCij. rn..-i ! t a- . '"li. ti t TONSORIAL PAHLOR PIOCHE, - - NEVADA. W. J. Campbell, Pbop. All work done in the Highest Style of the At . Also has a first class Bath Room where Hot and Cold Water Baths can be had. THE PA LAC J. O. Brown, Proprleto rioolio. To-rmxim.i The Finest of Wines, Liquors ' AND Cigars, Always on rini. BHjXjA.1A1D and POO L-i T-A-IBIjEIS The Urtami ttM rnwire perfect berauae they tent dIuppnint-iplmiii'J rm. IB try .v buillln.U mlUt,iei?Mn'l wr.TP.ta. AbK YOl R DLALtR FOR THE 5TEVESS. . . i t i.f lwi.i..ilTir .rtlrlei na k..jnff. tmrffcl shootinff. etc l-KHIu kt.l4 J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co. 9 n few um n. m rang ooUure. CHIOOPIS FaJiS, UB3 U.S. A. S) :: r.NS . Mt "B & ' ittn r. I (V t,-.r a , I'. '.nt U... l..!L'l!!H. ;: l' Twelve IDAHO The Land of Opportunities! farming, Fruit Raising Mining A Trinity of Industries in which she is unexcelled. Irrigation has made her farming tn unparalleled success. The Oreaon Short Line Railroad Co. Will gladly furnish descriptors matter in regard to Btate'a re- sources. D. E. BuBurr, D. S. Spimoeb, Q. P. & T. Agt. A. G. P. A T. Agt Salt Lake City, Utah. PALACE MARKET Spring Street, CALIENTE, NEV. Peter Delmue, Proprietor. Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausag?, Hams, Chickens, Bacon, Lard and all kinds of Fish. Meat Delivered to Any Part of town. WARREN'S SALOON. Caliente, Nevada. Ii a place if in Caliente you can get the Finest of WINHS, LIQUORS axLd all isnnd or sort 3Drinls:s Billard and Pool Table. GEO. V. WARREN, - - PROP, Woo Tom's RESTAURANT AND Choo -:- House On Main Street a the Beit place to call when yon want tbe Beat meal to be had in Vioobe. Meal Tickets 3 For 81.00 rha Bakery haa also Fresh Briad, Piea and Cakes Every Day. Water Notice. AH uaera of water from the pipea in Pioche are notified not to uae water for gardening, or for any other than household purpoaea. In any premises where this rule is violated, the water will be shut off. PIOCHE WATER COMPANY, NOTICE. In The Fourth Judicial Dis trict Court of the State of Nevada.in and for the County of Lincoln. Id ha Matter of tlia aatat ) of lata Htiarood, Dreaaaed ) N otic of tfaa ap- polotad for proving will wniina la h(irbT aiTtn that H. C. rraadantbal k.. ii m lh abnra named Oonrt a a.HUoa iirajlng for th probata of th laat Will and taaia mast of Kat Kborwood. deonaaed, and that frlday th lth da;a of J una. 1M5, at Mn o'clock a. af . of that da at tha Diatrlct Oonrt room In the town of Florae, haa own wl ir iu r- .i,.. ... ih tlmiinx oluH fur prurli.K aald will of ataharood. dnyd and fo uoerlna; tha application of H. I. Errananlbal for tha laananM ..f iattara toauinanttrr inewH w mw, whwd time and olefe anr peraon tuterp tl nay appear andnhow oauiownj aia win " luitted to prouaie, auu earn petiuuH h.bu.m. B. I liOODMUH, Clerk of aall Oourt. Dated May Inl,ir T.J.Oaborna. Attorney for Petitioner FORTY-FIFTH YEAR. BS AQES : WEEKLY : aUVtTaUTD. tntitspensableTo mma mo "V. 'fBafaW'W S3 PER VCAB PO8TPAI0. BUD fOB tAUfVU OOFT. Mining Scientific Press m kabxit aA njjionm tuia MEAT MARKET. CHAS. COLVERWELL, JR. PROP1UETOB. Q&tfectt. - KtTtdl. (Opposite PostofiBce.) t" Wholesale k Retail Bee ft Pom Freah Fruits, Fresh Fiah, Freah Oyatert Reoeirad very Friday. F. R. McNAMEE, OouiuwUor t Ii Oelamak, NlTADA. NEW ASSAY OFIO E PIOCHE, - - NEVADA. Willard McRae, Asssjer k Chemist. Fullv equipped for all manner ct assaying ana analytical work. . i Prioea reasonable, Work reliable. Prompt attantion gireu to 8amplai by Mail. Bafarenoea f urniihed on application WILLARD McRAE, PIOCHE. NEVADA. TPLAJCITS PIXJ1TNTN"C. SALT LAKE TO lmd HiiutLto, ITT. VIA UVEDLI OUMV ST1TI0MS- Fast Time, Superb Equipment, Observation Sleepers Write nearest Agent, or to. J. L. MOORE, D. P. A.. Salt Lake City, Utah. IsTOTIOE. By a recent Act of the Legislature Patented Mining Claims ara re-1 quired to be assessed. All persons are notified to immediately inform me aa to what patented claim they own, so that tha same may be prop erly placed on the assessment rou of Lincoln County for tha year A. I D. 1905. If such information ia not given, aaid clsima will beasaeaaed to unknown owners. JOHN T. BOEDER, AiRpRor LincoCount , Ne MARLIN re , aieeee, eft at eariboa, mi affl atapare la aecoraey a ettkieaef w e Models 1893 and 1895 Marlin Repeaters Tner are aaada wfth"8pjelai toafce. leaa SmnI - bawtia lot HilWJ with rr 1 b. lo. bUck fw4M loads where ebsaps eartridfaa are oeai. These Utter use the feaiwea M-40ae4 jj-33 BsUsrd and Marlia cattrbJcte, which are grest tsledty and wWTi ' good peoetislioo and a killinf blew. IkM Kalwaio Bookt WMM. q wHhCatatos."-" The Marlin Fire Arms Co. 4a WWow St New Hawan, Conn. tlULVERWELL HOTEL Caliato, - Best of Accommodations Fit'f1 Class Beds and rood Rooms Special Attv'on Is given the Kitchen and Dlnlne Ro om, ana ine uest tne Market Affords Will be served, taataaataWMaAttAjMMMa. Hot Sanitarium and Baths in . Water 104 degrees Livery and Feed Stable ttexaIi C70cxn:x witjli laXTECY AXfS CADDIaEIIIOIISIIS. Horaea Boardedl by the Day, Blacksmith Shop XHhovo you can got Blackmithlng done" at Reasonable Prices. CHAS. CULVERWELL HENRY WELLAND Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE Grocorlca and Provlnlonn, Glassware and Crockery. Wines, Xalquora and Cigar. h ComPlete LJne of Miners Supplies always on nana. AXD MAIN ST OPP MEADOW VALLEY STREET piooho, - - Pioche and DeLamar Stage Line. Via Calientcs and Panaca. Jm A. DENTON Proprietor. Stages leave DeLamar at 7 A. M. every day, Leave Panaca at 11 A. M. and Pioche at 8:00 A. M very day, connecting with the S L, L A & S L Railroad at Calientes. . Pioche Office at Thompson's Store. A S. Thompson, Agent. Caliente Drug Store JOHN SHIER. Fine Toilet Soaps. VThe Latest Perfloines.v-f CZ'z- he Latest Novelties in Writing Paper.4 VtT The iihoicGst of Candles. JEx Also a fine line of Cigars both foreigr and domestic. CAREFULLY ITovada. Connection with the Hotel, Fahrenheit 5 Week and Month. all hlnda of PROPRIETOR af TC CS - ITovada PROPRIETOR COMPOUNDED DAY AND NIGHT. s J . u tn love uis wmo