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FRIDAY. JAN 11 1907. Published Every Friday by Record Publishing Co. OFFICE: MASONIC BLD. LacourSt. Subscription, On Year, by Mail f3.00 Six Months, by Mail - - 1.50 " Thr Month, by Mai) - .75 f Advartir A rates furnished upon applica tion at this offica. : Entered at the Postoffice a Pioche, Nevada, as second class matter. Delivered by Carrier at fifty cent per CKConlh. J. H. DECK, CONTRACTOR, JOBBING. CARPENTER WORK. Paper Hanging a Rpecalitv. PIOCHE, NEVADA. M. A. MO. 1288. Notice of Application for Patent. United States Land Office. (Canon City N.varia: Sept. 14. 1906. Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of tn. act or Uonirress approved May 10th, 1M72. and ox me act or congress, entitled An Act Extend !nf the Mining- Laws to Saline Lands", approved January 81st. 1901, A. J. Bell, whose poatutflce address is Soldiers Home, Los Anirele County, Califorina. K. K, Mom an and M. L. Shoot, whose postonic. address is Ventura, Ventura County, ' California, Anna Neel and W. Ft. McGoniirle. wrhiMA MiinfllM .iJIm.. i. I . . .i.. rir R, It, Fl.iahr,whoar post office address is Santa r.uia, venture uounty, uaiiiurnia and J. U, Toland. whose ooatofflue address is Llano, Texas, bv and thmilutl tl,Al .llltw Blilkn.l ......... ' " " " -J MVIM., Levi Syphus, who resides and whose post office unrassissi ranaca. Lincoln uounty, Nevada, have made application for a mineral patent for the Salvation Salt Placer Mining claim, situate in 8t Thomas Mining District, in Lincoln County, Nevada,and comprising the south west quarter of the south east quarter )f the south east quarter, and the south half of the south west quarter of the south east quarter, of section 17, and the west half of the north east quarter, and the wast half of the north east quarter of the north east quarter, and the north east quarter of the north west quarts f the esota east quarter of section 84, all in Tewneklp 17 Sautk of Range 68 East. M. D. M., and which said subdivisions of said sections include all of Mineral Survey No 87. containing 18.78 acres, situate in the west half of the north east quarter of said section 84, and known as the "South Division Mormon Lode"; and also the whole of Mineral Survey No 88, containing 17.907 acres, situate in the north half of the north east quarter of said section 84, and In the south half of the south east quarter of said section 27, and known as "North Division Mormon Lade", all of said land for which ap plication for patent is made as aforesaid, contain ins 140 acres, and being surveyed public land of the United States. The names of adiolnino- 1 aim Aim t Vis claim on the ant LOUIS J COHN RK Inter DuU of Ant publication. Sept 21st 1906. UDEMVZrODJV MMPTMEj. Caliente - ... . Nevada. J. A. Denton, Proprietor. The Tables supplied with the - - west the Market Affords. Good Dcds and Well .burnished Rooms. TH-FllVDS $1.50 PER DAY. flgTStages Leaves Hotel for Pioche, Panada anil Delaniar every Day in the week.a3Kfl, Pioche and Stage Via i;alien(cs J. A. DENTON Proprietor. Stages leave DeLamar at 7 A. M. every dav, Leave Panaca at 11a. M. and Pioche at 8:00 A every day, connecting with the S L, L A & S Railroad at Calientes Pioche Office at Thompson' Store. Pioche & Caliente Livery PIOCHE, NEVADA, HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY, WEEK OR MONTH. CULVERWELL & DENTON, PROPS. HENRY WELLAND Wholesale and Reta ! Dealer In ((( GENERAL MERCHANDISE!)) Glannwaro and Grocli'crv vginca. Liiquors anB' Clear. A Complete Line of Miners Supplies alwavs on nana. . MAIN ST OPP MEADOW VALLEY STREET f3 i f fl I BANK EXCHANGE s a I 1) AH I w. n ii a al t SALOON. I J. 6. BROWN, PROP. Main St., Pioche, Nev. The Finest of WINKS, LIQUOR and The Best Brands of CIGARS. aw I iBillard & Pool Table j SHa aHta HHa H a,IS M. HYMAN CALIENTE, NEVADA . WATCHES REPAIRED AND CLEANED --AT- Rpasonablc Prices. I! pinr.HP aqa vS laTvirv ttifVtcvisrviarVcarKfV 5" 'L.'l i I OF ICE. J a 6 K DONOHUE COTTAGE j Pioche, - Nevada. Geo. A. Bethune, 8 ASSAYER & CHEMIST, 5 if. to Forfeiture Notic. Fav. Nevada. May i lira IV UEUKliK E. UOXE: You are hereby nntlAarf that I have expended during the year 1906, 1100 In labor and Improvements upon the Uvada Lede Mining Claim in Eagle Valley Mlnlnar District Lincoln County, Stat, of Nevada, the location certificate of which is found of record in Book P. Pages 474 and 475 in the office of the Recorder of said County. baid labor and improvements being done and made in order to hold said claim under the pro visions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of tne united states and the amendments thereto. concerning annual labor upon mining claims being the amount required to hold said lode min ing claim, for th. period ending on the 31st da oi ieceiniwr, A. U. 1W5. And if wit hin ninety days from the Dersonsl service of tins notice or within ninety days after the pulilimtion thereof In accordance with said section 1!324. you fail to refuse to contribute your portion ot such expenditure as a co-owner, your interest in the claim will become the property of tne BubsenU'r, jour co-owner, who has made th. expenditure required by the terms of said auction 2.'4, your -.hare of naid f 100 being the sun of C. A. SHORT All kinds of legal blanks at the Record of lice. DeLamar Line. and Panaca. and Feed Stable - XTova&a Pioche! One of the greatest capable of shipping ore worth mining camps the world ever anywhere from $25 to $G0 a ton. knew. A camp with a record Hardly any of them were able to for production that shaved the stand the heavy expense of get $100,000,000 mark; a camp that ting supplies in and shipping ore has hardly had its surface out for fifty miles to Modena, the scratched; with only two or three point from which most of the mines that ever reached water teaming has been done of late level. Pioche! A camp that has years, but with the railroad corn more legitimate claim to recogni- pleted to camp many of these tion than most camps in this properties can be made to pay western country; a camp which, handsomely, while others can at since it went to pieces with the least ship ore enough to keep degradation of silver, has had to development work going on all appeal with outstretched hands the time. Lead ore, copper ore, to capital for relief from its gold ore and silver ore are all isolation and shameful neglect, found in the districts, and here is coming to the front 'gain. 1 1 and there producers of such rich is coming lhis year; u-A it is ness have been developed that coming io -it-iy. Iu sal nines aro t ,i ,) r..-.i. jrns.1 i i .,; ;,uer- ..we i'f.v ). . to r j.vidj i-. : i - - . .. . l ' o .:-' ' IM tiiat cover the tine ledge.? in the half dozen districts that radiate from the old town. - Mtt-m! h :V),,' biiinif assemh- iea ana trie railroad is jroiner to be extenle.d from Caliente to campa-nvigiM a - . i a .-, As a gre.ii dm! ,i . r.vj X-:- eightmilesotgri i .i-l-.ria.J been clone, it w.l! not :equ,re long to finish the line .,ie t ie construction crews are sat at work. When t he road is com- pleted the boom will break, for men and companies Live been preparing ior mat even lor the past several years, thy activity naving oeen particularly marked during the year just closed. ine Nev.ula-UUn co.np.ny, Which IS ODeratinir all of t!m properties of the old Pioche Con- nAi:j4vn, ouiiuateu company, s now iM shape to begin production on a neavy scaic. and rronertifs n through that l'Oirion have hppn steadily developing and blocking ores ready for the dav when met - - - carrying modest values might be vwuvci t.cu i.iw coin oi tne realm, Samuel Newho , . fi operator who does th t - O aMu just acquired control of the Ohio- xvcuuucny company, an orgamza- uon mat nas Deen rounded mil. by the Godbe brothers and J. L. Hackett of Louisville. The com- Highland Mary of the Bamberg pany owns a great number of ers. the nronertiea nf the, Rrtatnl Dronert.ies mivI tha wiiutu in others, which covers the famous oiacii it:dge and other veins that " "'"""B" uisinci ana known as the mother lode, These properties stretch away the rebuilding of that once' pros from the Nevada-Utah comn.nnv' P?rous andheavily populated Raymond & Ely mines and are considered very valuable. That they will now be systematical! v and vigorously handled goes without saying. There are dozens of nronertie, in the Pioche country' that are We Pay 8 per cent PER ANNUM on monthly savings and term deposits. We loan only on First Mortgages or Improved Real Estate. See our Local Agents A. Carman or Write Direct to Home Office The Nevada Loan and Investment Co. Reno, Nevada. EXCURSION RATES TO avMiiltfa11?1 low rounrd tPptes to the east will be statin of tl ?5 Cfallfornia d Nevada ilto RUte n aCCUnt f Various New Haven Conn-Knights of Columbus. Sell May 24, 25 26 Return limit, August 31. Rates will be announced later? Denver, Colo-B. P. 0. Elks. Sell July 17 18 19 Re turn hunt, Sept 80. Rate $55.00 ' ' " Mineapolis, Minn-G. A. R. Sell Aug 7. 8 9 Rotum limit, Oct. 31, Rate, $70.00 ' Keturn Milwaukee, Wis-Order of Eatrles Sell AnoiKt 7 a a o, y ana 10. Rebim lim.t nfKw 01 "v, WIAWX Ul. Chicago, 111. 72.60 St Louia, Mo. 67.60 St Paul Minn ilCketSWlll hfi Hfkld O-n.nrr , , if fTnoimj rrwr,r"u vMnjnureiy ainerent route lfdesired. For full particulars as to stopoff privilep-es appkcation should be made to Salt Lakeoutc geX T .1! Vfelleni train .servce and equipment of the Salt l JHte rd Pat variety of routes offered affords WJZh triP' Inquiries from S ?5? 6lc WpE2 PArcnVnt aAttetion from E-3 f- c Pet A. G. P. A., Los Angeles, Cal. most anv kind of a transnorta- tion charge could be met and big profit result as well. . .. It IS the (.nnn-m rl a ramn of a camn that counts, however. and Pioche has already issued re por for the benefit, of railroad officials KhnwinoHhn was there. In the Dav Min rf the Nevada-Utah company it is estimated that there is between '150.000 and 300.0(10 Uma nf n m sight and ready to market that will average 10 percent lead 16 ounces silver and $1 in gold per ton. In the Fortuna ctoud. belontr. ing to the Bambercers. there is said to be nearly 20,000 tons of ore in sight that will go 20 per cent lead, 20 ounces silver and $1 m gold. In Colonel A. C. Ellis' E, & F. property there are 20,000 tons of $30 ore available, and !hrrp nrp nn. looa trior, f..,nnt.. other propositions that are cat)- it ... . K aoie ot loading whenever the opportunity offers, anywhere irnmsnntn 1ft nnn n e that, will run nil trio roi, fv $25 to $150 per ton. TVia minoa Kamiis, ...... , j iii u.cac tuil- nages are not all located right at fiocne. some are in the Bristol u.v..v.v, uvuiv Clic at Jl!IUaiIU, MW vuvntauuit, aVIIlC Vli Lone Mountain and some in the iik district. The Yuba East, the Mendah. t.hp T.itt la Manual, Pioche Nevada Consolidated, the wyfvi -uiiipanv auu a large number of others are all ready w-ous ana mane tne haul me town of Pioche is blessed with a fine water- svatam ari Re" .under .the way- lLi inirtheold town hava in tv,. the making of more and better mines today than any western ITiS. cf n oast' , a. they nave iiilSJSSSSJS i EASTERN CITIES. $70. , 60. ;n GU T 1 Ti . iuKe ivouie ana and Estray IN'otice. Notir is hrwbr riveo that thrrm crnr to our j fWrntavr 1 I'M' rtivro on nr jnui j um i l'w an cstrmy. iuj mr hrTHlfi J. K. oumbmrnd with quart t orcit. THFwnTof whwhemn hare it by ppuvimr pnir erty ard pym chArtren. This animal hintriiui recorded and advertiMd acrordinir to law. RYAN BROS John M. Breeze Attorney-at-Law Mining and Corperation Law A Specialty. PIOCHE, - NEVADA. MINING PROPERTIES WANTED L. F. Feer & Co. MINING ENGINEERS PIOCHE, - - NEVADA. Can Hattdle Anything Meritorious from a pru.-pett tu a pvoUsiftT. Mine examination ar.J p"uarantel report fumi.shed. I I .. ffl-e, HOI Hce Hit!. r n ri i ni ott r-r. o r-isi Genera! Merchandise High Grade Standard Groceries Gents' Furnishing Goods, Ladies' Dress .Good, BckiU and Shoes, Blankets and Quilts. Best Grade? Overalls. Miners' Supplies, Hardware-full stock. Tobacco and Cigars. Hay Grain and Produce. JJCALIENTE, NEVADA ! Clover Street. M LINCOLN COUNTY ASSAY OFFICE AND METALURGICAL WORKS, Meadow Valley St. PIOCHR NEVADA , , , 0res of All Kinds Worked & Tested. ines Examined M W HANS OLSEN'S o Is one of the 5 Finest Places In Caliente. J If you wish any- t - SWINES, LIQUOR & CIGARS, W I X NTE. NEVADA ' W H. W. UNDERHILL CALIENTE, NEV Fine Wines. CM Rooms in Connection, j Give him a Call and satisfy Yourself. LOST A wide band rincr with W. S. C. on the top, two chipped diamond on the side and from family, Apr. 1, 83. Apr. 1, 04. on inside. The finder leave at this office and get reward. Deeds, Lease, Bonds, Agree ments, Proof of Labor and numerous other blanks at the Record Office. 2 y Worked & Tested A Mines Examined and S Sampled. CGeorge Arbogast & Co., I I Pioche, Nevada. Oar ;.. come Vff ? peoj.le i..c pro?iH-cT - " in the jvar : the Sout: miles, has : Ely has . her iHnjiSr ; a certain ' , for hair" thing lie w :. Ar.gvle. r' still civt-pi:. prcpaiim' anotht-r i'i .. early day.-c, of the Siiv built a !.;.! : the Toip i,i ; ws ami dm '( state witln'-i I marveloi:. Manhai i Pea';, at light., a.'.'l . : Gold!iH-! I showiy: : 1 the tOI;'.-i.'i',.f.'- c cial ct.'!a-. i t"' men of point l-.i t!: ir .1 . I. terse, r o'i) ' their canai .. Creek is i.vt iii k. They reck. a isi by the tons of i by the pu-iii-.-.,. may more e.uil.v . they hold i:n; n.., , like theirs. Th owners aiv t, ; j ."'d ; As i :da.i The camel lias 1 r: '.'The Ship of the ! a freight carrier h.-1 the title, hut traffic the autom;jij: him upon the rah? Nevada is two y , of what it would rat cept for the autor. south-desert sie;: very place for it, ! petes with the rail, and then it kocs v, i For that region. animal life, it i V. link. The shit- :v from Nevada this ;, a great sum, hui. L next year it slio; : ! place at the hea. 1 -a . no other state v.i rival except oi-v We coninv- ! , State. We iv ty and its h.p, ; belief that he", i Utah and Nev;? 1 m connection and : . . help to each oi ; nOW G00dv.' X Lost A wait ;. e' ! !:I l.'HiSaa- 'i ilf iiu.l . ".v leaving ne Western will assist Gokirield. Coiiees ing of two elk's i er will be rewiado. same at Record Oi It is reported tiiai Federation of Minoi the striking miners We have Local ior: By Mutual Consent the Pioche Realty and Broker age Co., has this dav do ud.v- eq partnership and the firm is no more. Dated this 1st duv of January, 1907 E. P. Gordon J. C. Healy j. vv. uam.- on GREAT CLOTHING STORE. An exclusive men's and bo. wnere jv pn ritiii nw- e , , bought at a saving m price. Throughout Utah and adjoining states the fame of the Gabbier square dealing and low prices has s-.iv ad until today its customei-s aiv to be found in almost every town. Every man in Lincoln coimtv who wants to save money on his cfothirnz jv ncm hic vt'j y aiust, raust io-uaie styles, and every laethei wants to dress her Uv rueelv micallv. should 'id rent. It tells you how to lu.-yUauply A request oil a postal will bring it xouare mvitefi to 'I Oili J. i GiiP.DNEIt, 'ivJMy Store, Salt To Gallows. ' :'Ji, : ' ,;,t t-'-'actions '"','' -', ' ; ' was ; . - -U"o' on March 8th ' c cr.nie oa all you fellows, Avj a. drink; I have this "-,"' ' my pocket and must - - ;t as I am jr0ing to - ! s:.oriiy. Don't do for a m abuut to be hanged to have ! . :!c;'V ani1 Albert Jackman, - sJoiia Thompson, sentenced '- ' i.anjf on March 8th at the --. prison for the murder of W am .Vioritz atGoldfield recently 1 --UAVn a I'.'df-dozen dollars i t i.cal bar. Several of his ; i uuiaanees came to the bar a:.d ai un- greeting Jackman took : arwik with him and the officer V. a-) sti-.id by hi si(e taaii i.s a young man, being i-.:..'t -J.-1 years of age, and is ; -u h .-! , -.J dooking. He joked -1 .n::. with those about him ,:i ;"-;iri to his approaching apparently Hminnn. ;-re lii3 hearers that the iMi.u.as one of the greatest - practical jokt3 ever perpetrated. I He was taken to the prison ,! las; even; ng and placed in the e ward allotted to prisioners con f. dcraid to death. Patsy Dwyer, -; tiie .titiuliaiian gambler, sentenc-. i - J la hza-r on Jan. 25, occupies a i Ccli 'ear him and the two men . I .'..Mint, from the same part of ,ki.e state and engaged in the v , -;-u:r.e calling, soon began 'jolly- tii other calling from their WVei' is of ft mnro omi 1 tf.-i! aispo-sition than Jackman his chances on appeal do not appear so bright as the new cua.-r, so he is correspondingly U is : T-.-aopa ithoritativoly stated that a has purchased the load. Woo Lock, a Chinese, was a io" in Reno last Saturday ang an opium den. v.:i public school teachers ! olished the practice of gifts from scholars. aw ; Tat Record office is supplied ' :M; U:? following blanks. 1 1"; vT of I'ostiag Notices, ' '".a s- tf Attorney. Mining Lease .L .: a. and Ronu, Lease, Agree i ' t to sell real estates, Deeds, ioaT Claim Deeds, Writ of At ji.u'hmer.tH. Bond, Official Bond, j I -'ill of Sale, Application for License to Marry. Agreement- for Building, Notice of Assess j'aent v.-ork on Mining Claims. : l'n-of of Labor on Mining Claims. Landlords Notice to Pay Rent ior Quit and numerous other i blanks. Open For Bids. 400-30 foot polls not smal lerjhan 6 in tops pealed 700-25 foot polls not smal. ler than 6 in tops pealed uu-.u toot pools to delivered in Pioche. 200-30 foot polls to be be delivered m Caliente 700 polls are to be destrib uted between Caliente and Pioehe 175 feet apart All bids must be in not later than Jan 15th and polli must be destributed bv April 15th. Mail bids to B S Nunn Pioche Nevada j store tin- who ccono- I'ice cur- store when in thtf city. t. . "' T ft f; i i :. s ' '.. I CTi,y? Utak.