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! Tie Pioche weekly Eecobd. PIOUHE, NEVADA. FRII ) A Y .1 a mn a v , u , 5s&- " " ' 1 : - - lalllTl VOL. LYll Benj Cowan was an out going passenger on Monday's stage for January has started out to be a month of disasters. " Most of the New Year's resolutions are already wrecked. Tuesday, Jan- 15th was pay day for the Nevada. Utah employ ees nu me town put on some what of a lively appearance Supt. E. F. Freudenthal of the Nevada-Utah Mining Com pany returned from Los Angeles Monday, where has been the pasttendays. In her application for divorce, a Pittsburg woman made use of 52,000 words, exclusive of the P. S. Owing to scarcity of fuel our public school has been closed for At tne past two weeks. It wa3 atrain resumed Mondnv and it ;a to be hoped that it will not hap pen again. Monday Jan. 1 1907, the real estate and improvements which are delinquent for the year 1906 will be sold at the front doors of the court house to satisfy said taxes. Saloon fixtures arrived during the week for Mr. Nichols who will open a saloon two doors! south of the Eiler Building on Main St Regardless of the heavy snow storm the Pioche and Caliente stage line continues to come in loaded to the guards. Thursday night's stasre brought five ms- senger irr our town. Reports came from the Mendha from men doing assessment work that the snow is five feet deep on the level. F. P. McNeil and family were out going passenger on Tuesdays stage for SJlt Lake they having received word that their eldest daughter wa3 very ill. H. E. Freudenthal has been appointed by Sheriff Smith as State Liquor License collector of xnis county. Under the supervision of County School Supt Chas Lee Horsey, Teachers examination for teachers certificates to teach school in this county was held at the court house Monday and Tuesday. The Board have not finished correcting papers as yet t . . ana next weeeK the record wil 4 i . De aoie to know who received certificates. Mr. and Mrs C. E. Warren ar med m town Saturday from Salt Lake on a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs Warren is a sister of Chas and Frank Thompson Of this place. "" 1 mi ruei is scarce! The same cry in Pioche as in other parts of the country. Wood at the present time is $12 per cord and is by no means a good quality. The Vegas Artesian Well Syndicate have made arrange ments to try and secure the bounty offered by the State by the first artesian well furnisning vouo gallons of water m 24 hours. The Moapa Well Company have weir nana out in tno same direc tion and if both secure water the race will be a good one. THE LEGISLATURE. A he coming session nf tha state legislature promises to pnng forth a number of changes in exisuDcr .Nevada awi gn Dlo add a uumber of new acts to the rwiiFAi k . a. -ii i i u aici 1. 1 ir" rp ill iiiiann )! w . : ire fonvincea that the exnW. further, tiat Goldfield is anlmenfc should orgotten and W large and permanent wn, ue Mina will go on forever. streana should be bronchi in tVia hftwfuTJ "I Tr fr1?56". ween Caliente and effective J Moaa there is a fail of 3000 feet la 4 VI i 7 tJ " is natural conclusion that at rMMHJFEr TOm noeat depth there should be a Goldfield and pledged to support subUrranean flow of no in- LTTL? TVe CTty ideaable dimensions and o a 3h t?.! 2?.-. -d Judging TXa,AKJ w books. There will 1 k. .i. Prepared by the from the tests mart. tk m...," usua, number of fbffl SKTX - 'J DOOlVll. I 1 duced at the lT Z Pted eai eh uLrZSTi"" V . "parson News mrao wm ue irost- bitten by the first winds that travel the staid halls nf sembly never reaching the sen ate of the chief executive. Governor Soarks is at work on Jiin -nmnni wuu lUCOSage to the lesislatnrp considerable speculation as to just what he will recommend. inumate friends state fKaf v,. vc v lie will refer to the condition of the THEY SAY. Then is OI sag rush and underbrush on uifl. ground, an evidence of thepossibflitiesof the soil if rnf . . w . . I J ... .. . i nat he let his feet follow. unaer cultivation with a plentiful That he had a hard night of it I T. lemVhtt e tZ " Xt 13 mtention of the com: pany to nrosviifA - - r- w vpciauuna thoroughly and to the utmost limit and it i3 more than likely that the waste lands will be transformed intn a Kin-K i,. uic I " "ure aiuiic. i , Juutio- riivaa anairs m the state and That he on wakenin mgre making homes for may make some recommenda- morning this week with nl hZ 1113117 8ettler3 and reclaiming for tionsinthe matter. The m Q! .lu Wlthone shoe usefulness an erea now feiJ I . - I v I1V BUCK. I v.mw.m,o. laws win also be tnnch nmn and the message will breathe ,at he had a 7 and " ireeze to aeath. ' one night this week. That ? is a firraceful fiomra . cuasung siKL That she dreamed she mixed j annus ana had to go home alone. SAVED BY A DOG. Supreme Court To Meet It develotxd in fi, . fun4. n , c it,uniony . th.at fte Southern Pacific A message tiel around the Poe emiof the Supreme aUy control3 Senator Clark's neck cf the emaciated and part- 55 f Neyada Wl11 convene ?? P Ua Angeles & Salt ially frozen cW w.vh Mnday morning at 10 o'clock. Lake hne, supposedlv a ,,7 Gardnerville vesterdav Sfl i, J .ben!? consisting of Chief ln company. A trust. afL Nevada State Journal ava Jrat!ce TtUbt nd Associate ment and traffic eontm f IZ clew that was led to th ra, J iustlce.3 Norcross and Sweeney. 99 years was offered in pvM of Chris Jepperson and Jack 13 heavy docket for the 311(1 admitted by counsel for the Reynolds, the miners who were ?mte! number of bi Jainman-Bnea. Thia j lost in the snow at Lone Pine and milnin st3 being set for trial, high freight and passen!? who were searched for W th ana also four murder cases will rates Nevada. -At J "'v hflhMiA.. i " posse an last nnrht Whn fn,,nH " v" that projrressive snin't Tinor to; fest throughout the stnt executive will ask that 1; lators take the general conditions Write On Either Side. That when he moved he forgot his ? clothes. rm.iii I Those who d of the state in consideration and what herets l.!Tlfte? communications through the govern themselves accordingly, wante 1 ' What he mail and at a saving of 1 cent mecniei executive does nnt . Pr communication will i,Q, - - " I rill 1 i 1 ' ... nave lul SOme Jlldcrpa g ..1 that nnnnvfiim'f., -fi , vPyUluuulj, aiier xviarcn 1 not uvM .AVI. hAMOiro fVltl -Vi 1 ..,v- iuov uic annual message i 6M aic is near so efficient as the special aIways 84 sober as a Judge, messages which are sent during That this column sometimes the session on particular things does as much harm as it does men unuer consiaeration and as k000- H. E. Freudenthal, Supt. of the Comet mines at Comet Dis trict has been in town " several days this week. Mr. Freu denthal was three days going from here to Comet a distance of twenty two miles! and on several instances he was compelled to shovel his teams out of snow banks. Mr. Joy of the Ida Mae Annex Mining Company came in from his claims Thursday. Mr. Joy states that the snow is so deep that nothing in the way of legitimate mining can be done at the present time and he has closed work for the present and intends to go to California for a few weeks. As soon as the weather settles he will again put a force of men to work and rush development to its utmost a conseauence the first moo on rrt-y . win noc De voluminous. Several legislators have already announced their intentions of in troducing anti-gambling bills and it is likely a hard fight will be made upon ihe sports of the state at the coming session. The men who are hlr nf fV v;n . VA i-t i- mean business and they have an nounced to intimate friends that thev expect to fight to the finish on me proposition. There will also be introduced an anti-figkting bill and the delegations from the southern country are exnero tn loaded to the nozzle tn Afat- UViV-O U sucn a mearure. This bill will have a roueher vovno-e than fu anti-gambling bill. A railroad bill is alsn nmmi but none of the salons so far have stated thev feel fn t ww -A J Will" petent to handle the question. An old railroad man who is en gaged in fighting roads, will likely be on hand t a-i , - ww filTC BU111C ideas on the bills however. ihere will be a nrisrm hill DnA some talk of trying to change j the nenal svstem nf HoJn an "indeterminate sentence and paroie instead of the present system. A bill for the constrnnKnn vUMUV4. VI an executive mansion in Carson ltywuiDe introduced, several legislators from the - fT VilfcJP" tncts havintr simifioi th;. O -ovv VA1V1X 111" tention of fathering such a bill. n newer it will pass the two houses IS a nnestfrm hut rt, local delegation Will Htnn1 nor ana it may get through. it is not known what appropria tion the bill will carrv hut. $5 iwi of $30,000 is suggested by many and it is likely that one of these amounts win be adopted. One of the hardest fio-hta in tha "OHMI AAA VAArf coming session and which promis es considerable fun to "a man up a tree" will be that over the COUntV Seat of FcmoroMo . uiuct. X1IC present location is at TTanrthr.TOA - " MIIW11U1UV a town off the railroad and nigh ott the map and Goldfielders are laying awake nierhts nlanninw tA - w " vw capture the county capital. uoianeia laid plans long ago but within the last several weeVa a new element has entered tv.a wt.wvA vvi bUVi game-the railroad town of Mina i i i 1 1 . . wnicn is DacKea Dy tne railroad mnuenceand announce that if the county seat is moved it must be to Mina. Goldfielders urge that they have not time to go to Hawthorne and attend court and therefore the capital must be moved the j; Mina replies that Goldfield a the tail end of the county and Mina people will not That the fellow she misnamed nOTf nrhAn 4-1. - ..wv., rrucu me new ruling on postal cards goes into effect. This order is explained by Post master General Cortelyou in these words: a "bad cold" is lrri-", . 'Ae universal postal conven- lately. 'w"a CJOn recently concluded in the .... , , C1y of Rome provides for the as it is an old establishment admission of the mails, exchang- store he has taken in his sign, ed between all the countries of ii.cji an luiow wnere he is. me postal union, on and after In fact she said, that the boys ?t0.ber 1907' of Pstal cards are too slow, in Pioche, but the Sf3? messages upon boys say the fun is in the ot, the left half of the front of the - viiaoc. 1 and the fox that won't run has , and M such cards are now no pursuers. aamitted at the postage rate ap- AMm. t, Plicable to post cards, both to the A Judge is no. a Judge, or domestic mails of certain princip- rather not a trnnH .m, t- i . pnnup- is asleeD u tountnea 01 tile union and to v- the mails exchanged between That he is verv mih in l, them: and is something of a kissing t. "Therefore, from the date of bug in the bargain. That since thev a Istmg marriage, there will be no oacneior UIUD. TV,l. .i men, w nen one ot our young men suppea on our side walks ana iaus a lew evenings ago it is a tuiu iiottom Taot that k : via, wlc lce snouia he removed, TO CULTIVATE tup MEADOW VALLEY. Looking toward the develop- "1CU" U1 territory through which the Salt Lake Route pass es, acuve operations will be com menced today, boring for ar tesian wells in the district be tween moapa and Acton! or speaking more definitely, the MaoHa... 1711 TTT . mtauun Yaliev W90K oo.r. 4.L - oau iaxe Tnbune. The Wash runs tnrough .the middle of a val ley some - ten milen i n . .. 'vug, Vll each side pf th wash lies land of rich fertility, only requiring moisture to make it the most productive in the West There are gome 1ft nnn . owes that can be made to yield a crop of grain or fruit that will equal anything CTOWn within !-U - '""" wic con- fines of the Golden State; water alone has been lacking to bring about this much desi .i To achieve this end machinery has been broue-ht Bernardino bv Mr p.o,n. j . - v.cui3ci aim boring operations will begin to day. Tests that have been male" demonstrate there is a laro-e underflow of down from the bottom of the wash a distance nf wa- nas Deen found, and excava tions in the valley have reached water at a debth of eighteen feet These have onlv heen tecf penments: nocnnrnfrf ap has ever been mnrla unfil develop a large f.owimr well.. Those who h w ttuwnwuC ot the topography of the country - uarc Ul this order, post cards conforming to the provisions of the Rome convention, when mailed in foreign countries and fully pre pared by postage stamps, shall be delivered to addresses in the United States without additional charge for postage; and on and after March 1, 1907, such cards, bearing a written u;uu the left half of the front, the right half beinc O t iwi LUC address and nostmnrlf ly prepaid by postage stamps at the rate applicable to post cards, shall be admitted both at , . V..HOHV, ana international mails nf thia - .-w WA&tJ country and treated as Dost cards." Wants To kill Rich Nevadan. A woman claiming tn ho th O V K11V wife of Georire WintrfieW goldfield millionaire, stepped from an5 automobile at the St. rrancis Hotel San Francisco and forced her way nast the wath. MtUVlt- man at the door. - w apiOLUl and declaring her intention of killing Wihgfield if he did not comply with her demand for money. A policeman arrested the woman and took her to the station. There she became hvo. terical and had to be taken in the patrol wagon., to the Central Emergency hospital, where she lemainea until y o clock. Although the Woman minima fn WM4AA4ftJ bV be Wingfield's wife she gave the name of Olivette Barric. when arrested. Her home is at San Jose and she savs she w - W44V yesterday for the purpose of forcing Wingfield to pay her money. Wingfield denies that she is his wife. after both They It is reported that there is one hundred tons of freight at the railroad to be delivered in the town of Pioche. in He hobbled on down the otono -..w MfcVO, I watched him to the , T M4A wondering what fear our country i u i ... . r suouiu nave oi anything with such men behind it Then T heard his voice again: "Sonny" that race suicide Question of Teddy's is all rio-ht The .-ar department should have a care. Tell Taft to look out And vou tell Teddy that I heard a lady say the other night that if Teddy would solve the servant question the ladies would attend to that early thia . morniNg Jepperson ana neynoias were lvintr i , - ...ft til A dying condition on th flnm. n - " . vi a cabmiat the Winter's mine. Jep person, wno is from Reno, was resuscitated with little Hiffinif,, but Walker did not recover until .w. aiter the rescuers lahored nil night. ' Tonight that doe- is the - a ui the hour in Gardnervilln nnM - . T T jepperson and Reynolds reached there this afternoon, the latter cried for the animal to he hrmio-h to him, and he caressed it with the effection of a child. The animal was beribboned and fed with the daintiest foods person says that as long as he lives the canine shall never te in want Taken to Lone P Ui T Ci V man Richford of flrrrlnorvilli and left there, although instruc tions were given for the return oi the team and sleigh on the fol lowing afternoon, Jepperson and Reynolds tramped across the snow to their rich claim and when nightfall came the storm increased, forcing them to the shelter of a cabin. The snow iau increased m tha nio-ht nnri during the eav fiev wuioA vam for the arrival of Richford and safety. This was on New Year s day. Two days later the supply of food was exhausted. The intelligent spaniel was the resource to r3ach safety, for Jep person ana Reynolds knew thQf - ir they left the cabin they would never reach the nearest habita tion twenty miles away. With a message on its neck nWHino- , r iui rescue, tne aog was sent forth across the desert. When the animal beiran its person and Revnolhs - -ww MW Wl door of the lonelv ahin or.A HillU watched their onlv mmnn t - vuiia ui satety disappear down the silent canyon. Then began the vitril atminat starvation and freezing v o days passed: the storm mw in - - O" A iury, the cold increased and hunger tore at the vitals of the entomDea miners. On the even mg of the fourth dav. RevnnWa tf w VVkJ began the sleep which precedes death from freezing' Jepperson wiuKea mm around, and in des pair the two sunk to the floor ex hausted. Soon Reynolds begged to be let die, but Jepperson wouianot give up; instead whipped the freezing partner unm the latter awakened When the eighth day their confinement came, men were readv to Hie were found lying together on the caDin noor Dy the rescuers. The faithful dog had completed his journey in safety and the message he bore was not un answered. The posse saw the cabin in the canyon and hurrying there they arrived in time to bring the miners back to life. Whisky gave Jepperson strength to aid the others in rubbing the frozen parts of Reynolds. The two men were then bundled in a sleigh, and thev arrived Gardnervill this afternoon. (PANY. :: LEE OUSGHOUSEand 4UST1N PRflpRtPTng Dealer in -5 Fresh and salted Mt w, Fish, Game and Vegetables. MAIN ST. PIOCHE. NEV. J0 Hi o. THOMPSON Co. Wholesale and focail Dealers General Merchandise. 7 - "MM aHMMBMB HAY- GRAIN. FtODB. FUSE. uents Furnishing Goods, 'wdeb caps Confectioneries, Patent Medicines, Steel and Other Mining Sui)Dlie? LI; A. A. J ll Wines Liquor and Cigars. HARDWARE. , TINWARE, GLASSWARE jCALIENTE DRUGSTORE! I a I JOHN STTTMP PPADDTTWn I JOHN SHfKR. PRhpd I Fine roUet Soaps. The Latest Perfumes. x ue Attest JNovelties in Writing Paper. The Choicest of Candies. AFfaTune of Cigars. Prescriptions Compounded Day and Night! I I a t B j Caliente, - . NevnHn I JAWES A. NESBITT. Is just in receipt of a FIFJ12 ok IESH GROCERIES, THE LATEST STYLES IN Boote & Shoes. fl$et of ILIipif One price to all.-fia. MAIN ST. nPPnSTTT? t a norm ' .vMMuuaywuaj PIOCHE - - NEVADA WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK. i ! i 1 ! t 3 . I ! i f Si ' it i ' other. -Ex.