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Pioche Weekly Record
FRIDAY. MAR 1 1907.
Published Erery Friday by
Record Publishing Co.
' OFFICE: MASONIC BLO. LacoarSt.
Subscription. One Ymr. by Mail . $3.00
" Six Month, by Mail . . 1.60
" Thraa Months, by Mail .TO
tAdrartiiln: rataa furnlahad upoa apaliea
Vom at thia office. Z
Entered at the Postoffice a
Pioche, Nevada, as second
class matter.
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'Delivered Carrier at fifty cent
per tXConth.
J. H. DECK,
CONTRACTOR,
JOBBING.
CARPENTER WORK.
Paper Hanging a Sp
PIOCHE, NEVADA.
M. HYMAN
CALIENTE, NEVADA.
WATCHES REPAIRED
AND CLEANED
AT
Reasonable Prices.
Caliente .... Hwada.
J. A. Denton,
The Tables supplied
Good Beds and
JOOZ30a
TERMS S1.50 IREJFl
fcgrstages Leaves Hotel for Pioche, Panaca and Delanmi
every Day in the week.-3"53,
JAMES A. NESBITL
Is just in receipt of a
PIMB
FRESH GROCERI
THE LATEST STYLES IN
fllest of
One price to all.
MAIN ST.
PIOCHE
LOST A wide band ring 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.
The Record office is supplied
with the following blanks.
Proof of Posting Notices,
Power of Attorney. Mining Lease
Lease and Bond, Lease, Agree
ment to sell real estates, Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds, Writ of At
tachments, Bond, Official Bond,
Bill", of Sale, Application for
License to Marry, Agreement-
for Building, Notice of Assess
ment work on Mining Claims.
Proof of Ijihor on Mininff Claims.
Landlords Notice to Pay Rent
or Quit and numerous other
blanks.
j, r. vsnnio i lmolm
General Merchandise
High Grade
Standard Groceries
Genta' Furniahins Goods, Idtaa' Draal
Gooda, Booti and Shoaa, Blankata and
Quilts, Bast Grade. Oramlls. Miner
Supplies, Hardwara-full stock. Tobacco
and Cifars. Hay Grain and Produce.
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CALIENTE, NEVADA
Clover Street.
Ibank exchange!
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a KMMiftfu aat aai ai
j Main St., Pioche, Nev.
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The Finest of
WINES, LIQUOR
and The Best . Brands
of CIGARS.
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Hard & Pool Table.
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Pioche, - Nevada.
Geo. A. Bethune,
ASSAYER & CHEMIST.
Lost A watch charm consist
ing of two elk's teeth. The find
er will be rewarded by leaving
same at Record Offioe.
We have Location Notices
Proprietor.
with the
Voll Vuvalohed
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Soots & S
OPPOSITE LACGUR.
M. A. NO. 1286.
INotlce of Application
for Patent.
United Statm Land Orrici.
M. v0"?" ?ity N-vd: spt- woe.
h1. amn that In purauaneo of
tha act of Congress approved May 10th. 187? and
, - - saline Land,", approved
January Mat W01. A. J. Bell. who ptoffi"
r ST J1"1 Ar" Count
SST- K MolM I- Shoot, whoi
rr; 7 . r '". V.ntura County.
California. Anna Ned and W. R. McGonila
whom ooatonV. aHa. 1. 1 . , TTV
R u Bj L I ""aTOa.wuuornia
II Fleishar.whose post office address ia Santa
' "niura lounor, uiirornia and J G
Toland.whose pottafflc. addrna i. Llano. T.xaa!
by and through tkw. .
L.vi avnhoa -"1J""
neom County, Nvrada.
attNwada.aiideompruon the Mlk (
' . " w -neui aaac quarter f the anith
.t uarur. al th. aouth half of thV th
mat amartar af K ,.k . . . l
f o'th. north .art ,uaWrf
- ana tn aorta mat quarter
of the north iMtuu. . .w. .v .
7" """O" au ef Mineral Surrey Ne 17
con tain ina iR.n . .it.... i- .
tk.v - ; . vr. nauet
-"iM-mflanir ex eatd aectiun la.
known aa the "South DMaiea aferna U
ndaleatha whi. ui i r
eentainuw 1T.SB? .
.t. 1,. : norw naif
--- ' uaner ecaaM aeetiea K
,T e aouta enat auarlar
Puoatioo for patent U aea u afoL
Tea aai W aaLJ.i 1..
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L0UI3 J COHN
Dta-:rt
Bedatar
UetlKK,
Astray Notice.
OnHent Meradn.
nooea la nrnh mtm .k.. .
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Th.ownof which hweitXT SISS? C'-
KYAN BROS
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rHiK AJNlNUAlon monthly savings and tei-m
deposits. We loan only on First Mortgages
or Improved Real Estate.
See our Local Agents
A. A. Carman
or Write Direct to Home Office
The Nevada Loan rnd
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EXCURSION KATES to
The usual low round trip rates to the east will be
available this season from California and Nevada
stations ot" the Salt Lake Route on account of various
convention? as follows:
New Havea Conn -Knights of Columbus. Sell May 24, 25
26. Return limit, August 31. Rates will b announced later.
Denver, Colo-B. P. O. Elks. Sell July 17, 18. 19,. Re
turn limit, Sept 30. Rate $55.00
Mineapolis, Minn-G. A. R. Sell Aug 7, 8, 9. Return
limit, Oct. 31, Rate. $70.00
Milwaukee, Wig-Order oi Eagles. Sell August 7, 8, 9.
Return limit, 90 days. Sell Aug. 7, 8, 9, and September
8, 9 aid 10. Return limit, October 31.
Chicago, 111. $72.50 St. Louis, Mo. 67.50 St Paul, Minn. $70.
Minneapolis, Minn, 70.00 Kansas City, Mo. Omaha, 0.
Council Bluffs, la., 60.00 St Joseph, Mo. CO. 00
Tickets will be sold going via Salt Lake Route and
connections and returning via entirely different route
if desired. For full particulars as to stopoff" privileges
application should be made to Salt Lake Route agents.
The excellent train seivk-e and equipment of the Salt
Lake Route and great va; i ty of routes offered affords
opportunity for an enjoyable trip. Inquiries from pros
pective travelers will revive prompt attention from
agents or T. C. Peck, V. i i. P. A., Los Angeles, Cal.
Pioche and DeLamar
Stage Line.
Via ( ;iiu sites and Panaca.
J- V itiNVDl Proprietor.
"tuffes lesivf DeLamar at 7 A. M. . every day
i.eave Panaca at 11 a. M. and Pioche at 8:00 A.
every day, connecting with the S L, L A & S
Railroad at Calientes
' '' i'ioclie Office at Thompson's Store.
Pioche & Caliente Livery
PIOCHE,
HORSES tJOARDED BY THE DAY, WEEK
OR MONTH.
CULYERWELL &
,
HENRY WELLAND
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
((( GENERAL MERCHANDISE ,
Groceries and Provisions,
Glassware and Crockery,
Wines liquors and Cieark
Comple te Line of Miners Supplies always on
' n ti n r.
MALy.,l'B .3IEADOW VALLKY STREET '
Piooho, -
per cent
: j i i'ii ill
Investment Co.
Reno, Nevada.
EASTERN CITIES.
and Feed Stable
NEVADA.
DENTON, PROPS.
.. yt -a-
- Nova do
i ASSA OFFICE f
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j JMETALURGICAL WORKS,
T vi n.r i ttii- ni
ivieauow vaney oc.
PIOCHE, NEVADA.
0res of All Kinds
Worked & Tested.
'Mines Examined andl
Sampled.
George Arbogast & Co.,
Pioche, Nevada.
S HANS OLSEN'S
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8 Is one of the
Q In Caliento.
TO HO
jj .11 you wiah jj
WINES, LiOUOn & Ci8ARS.
aM-4BaOMl5M-4!IM HfBTn
H.
vv.
A LI
NDERHILL
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Ciub Rooms in Connection.
Give him a Call
and satisfy Yourself
Open For Bids.
400-30 foot polls not smal
ler than 6 in tops pealed.
700-25 foot polls not smal
ler than 6 in tops pealed
200-30 foot pools to be
delivered m Pioche.
200-30 foot polls to be
delivered in Caliente
700 polls are to be destrib
uted between Caliente and
Pioche 175 feet apart
All bids must be in not
later than Jan 15th and
polls must be destributed bv
April 15th.
Mail bids to B S Nunn
Pioche Nevada
MINING
PROPERTIES
WANTED
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L F. Peer & Co.
MINING ENGINEERS
PIOCHE. - - NEVADA.
Can Handle Anything Meritorious from a
prospect to a producer.
Mine examination and guaranteed reports
lurmsneu.
Ii'U dice, H)1 lit e HI
GREAT CLOTHING
STORE.
An exclusive men's and bovs' store
where Men and Boys' Clothing can be
bought at a saving in price.
Throughout Utah and adjoining
states the fame of the Gardner Store for
square dealing and low prices has spread,
until today its customers are to be
found in almost every town.
Eve y man in Lincoln county who
wants to save money on his Clothing
and yet wear the very latest, most up-to-tf
ate styles, and every mother who
wan s to dress her boy nicely and econo
mica ly, should write for our price cur
rent. It tells you how to buy cheaply.
A request on a postal will bring it.
You are invited to visit our store when in the city.
J. P. GARDNER,
The Quality Store,
Salt Lake City,
iariiU thi Jisjussion of the
Nye Ooauiy uii there were
several dpeeches relative to the
constitutionality of the bills
which among other things pro
vides that the salary for the
bounty commissioners shall be
pl200 a month. The statutes on
the subject, according to As
semblyman Williams, declares
that a salary as large as the one
named cannot be paid in a county
where the vote cast is not larger
than that cast in Nye county.
Calamity Missed
by
a Hair.
By a hair's breadth Tonopali
was saved from a calamity which
would have involved the lives of
hundreds of citizens and visitors
Saturday afternoon. Just as the
visiting legislators and their
friends were arriving at the side
walk was thronged with citizers
welcoming the incoming host, a
box of dynamite fell from a
freighter on Main Street, diivctly
in front of the Merchants Hotel.
The box fell to the street, break
ing open and scattering the
sticks over the ground. The box
missed a crosswalk by a fraction
of an inch and by a miracle the
wagon was stopped a spare foot
from the rear wheel striking the
loose sticks. In addition to the
dynamite, the wagon contained
about twenty-five cases of gaso
line. Had a single stick exploded
an explosion would have follow
ed that would have wrought
(terrific damage and would wiped
out the lives of many hundreds
of people. Bonanza.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I, George S. Brown,
Trustee, acting by and through the Sheriff of
Lincoln County. State of Nevada, will, at the front
door of the Court Housa At tb Tw f
the Covnty of Lincoln. State of Nevada, on the
zara aayoi r eoruary. A. U. 1907. at 1 o'clock P. M.
of said day, sell at Public Auction to the highest
and best bidder or bidders, for Push Ittufxl
of the United States, all lots, blocks, shares or
parcels oi land, not conveyed by patent deed, and
not being contested in the Court, and which have
not been claimed as provided in Section 4 of An
Act approved February 20th, 1809, Cuttings
uipuuu laws oi nevada. Sec. 342. said lands
being situate in the N. E. 1-4 and the S. E. 1-4 and
the E. 1-2 of the S. W. Mirs w ) t i vt -
R. 67 E.. M. D. B. & M. and within the Townsite
oi rioche, Lincoln County, Nevada, containing
400 acres, according to the official plat of survey
on die in the United States Land Office at Carson
City. Nevada, which said lands offered for sale are
described as follows, to wit:
Begining at the N. E. Cor. of the N. E. 1-4 of
the S. E. 1-4 of Sec. 22; thence W. 1145 ft: thence
S. 90 6-10 ft.; thence E. 80 ft. thence S. 10 dag. 18
mm. W. S-10 ft.; thence S. 49deg. 61 min. E, 1007
'- wence a, zsa ft.; thence N. 1320 ft. to the
lace of betrininir
Also bwrininff at th R R Pj. r.r ,L. o e. . .
a , - -ww.. " mo a. l-
- 1-4 oi said Sec. 22: thence 1174 1-10 ft,
76 ft.; thence N. 60 ft; thence E. 240 'ft.; thence
nr.: inence dea-. flbmin E! SHOT R-lft . .1 n
r(. raz ir.: tnence N. rimy IT 999 a mr. . .1
t. : tnence N. 420 ft,; thence E. 390 ft.;
inence a. on section line 1320 ft. to place of
beginning.
Also bee-ininr at tH w IT r .v ..
W of Mkl S"- a' 'inning thence
" tnence a. 675 ft:thence S. Bodeg. 18 min
W. 878 5-10 ft: thence E 450 ft. thence N. 40 ft
thence E. 120 ft: theni-a N m i . ,k. .
ft; thence S. 166 ft: thence E. 480 ft: thence N
1320 ft to place of begining. excepting from thia
area and excluding therefrom cemetery contain
ing 2.01 acre boundari fnllnw., r. A
M0 ft due 8. to N. E. Cor. of cemetery; thence N.'
min. n. ziv it.; tnence S. 21 deg. SO min
W. 460 ft thane. S aa rf.. on 1. . . '
thence N. SI daor 5m m1 it ..-a . . ' .
beginning. " " PMC 01
Also bearinina at the N w rv. .9 .1.. ...
l-.ofteN.E.l-4ofaaie Sec. 22. and fanning
thence E. 1SS0 ft; tk.nn. q m . .t
. J- 1 xi., mence a.
51 deg. 26 mm. W. 373 5-10 ft; thence v. 300 ff
....v. o. iu 11.; mence b. izo ft; thenceS ISO ft
thence W. 818 ft: thence N. 1320 ft. to piace ,.f
beginning.
Also bearlnninff at tha M w n... .1 n ...
1-4 of the N. E. 1-4 of mid s,J ). '
S. 240 ft; thence S. 71 deg. 16 min E. 476 2-10 f t '
thence S. 45 deg. E. 286 3-in ft k u r. , "
27 min E. 285 4-10 ft; thence N. 75 deg. 08 min 'r
i-iun.; tnence in. 8 deg. 02 min w. ti-n f t
thence W. 900 ft to place of beginning.
Also beginning at the s w rv. ...u-f, ... . .
of the N. E. 1-4 of said Sec. 22. running thence E
675 ft; thence N. 14 deg. 03 min. W.. 154 5.10 ft '
thence N. 20 deg. 19 min. W. 456 7-10 ft.: thence n"
W. 178 ft.: thenc eS. 14 deg. 20 min. W SO ' t
thence N. 87 deg. 28 min. W. 114 3-10ft.; thence s'
643 ft to the place of beginning.
Also begining at the N. w. Cor. of the N VV 1 4
?.f ".!??' EVM of "aid Sec- 22 and running ' tlu-nce
t. bio ft.; thence S. 13 deg. 21 min. in K VKi ft
thence S. 27 deg. 06 min. w. 674 ft.; thence' S 47
leg. 36 min. W. 125 ft: thence N. 42 deg -i "m;
W.97 ft.: thence S. 47 deg. ;)0. min w" 75 f ,
thence S. 42 deg. 26min. E. 97 ft.; thenceS 47 dej"
f5'"' ,W- f8 ft; W. 82 5-10 f,.: thence N.
1320 ft. to place of beginning, and containing i
the aggregate a net area of 144.31 acres.
r. . , , GEORGE S. BROWN
District Judge and Trustee uf the Townsite of
rioche.
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STATaTNEWS
Irenes, uie last recojmiz
TlT- 1 . 1 .
inuiana rj; Vv.
at his ranch on the Pyramid Li Jr
reservation Saturday of $J V
week. As near as can U ,..
tained he was about 70 years old
auuoi mLe years ne had be.
quuc leeuie. nis squaw died I
om nve uays previous to W
.J :., PL. . "
uemiat:. one, iiKe me aged chief
was ycij uiu. in acnes was
brother to Sarah Winnemucea.
The Santa Fe Railroad througl
II i ei: eneriUlUVe, J. KOSS Philip
is said to be takimr un imm.
tracts of land in Elko Countv II
script issued by the Government!
According to the report the raflJ
road through its renresentofiJ
has already taken up 280 tracts!
of (110 acres each in that vipinif. I
The Santa Fe script was ' issued!
by the Government, to pay for
lands once owned by the rail
in Arizona.
Arrangements have been mal
by which the White Pine County!
KinK win oe merged with thej
two institutions has been signed!
and within a week or so the en
tire business of the White Pin. :
County bank will be turned over
tn trip First Nntinnol urrtl. n
occupy the present quarters k J
ihp W'hito Pino mnnarn until tt.Jr
completion of the $50,000 A. D,
Myers building at Third and
Aultman Streets.
GOVERNOR VETOES
ANTI-PASS RESOLUTION
To the Honorable
semblv
the As-
Gentlemen:
I have the honor to return to
your honorable body without my
approval, Assembly J. and C. 1
Resolution 1 relative to railroad !
passes. t
My objections to this resolution '
can be briefly stated. It is too '
far reaching in its application,'
and will interfere with private ,f
business. If its provisions were f
confined strietlv tn nfrWoi mo. .' s
ters it would not be oiectionnl
Members of the letnslature anH i
many of the officers are men of
business entirely disconnected
witn omcial duties. This resolu- :
tion carries with it an imnlied in-
suit to the integrity and charact-1
er oi men m whom the people of
the state have had suffioint
fidence to elect them to high and
responsible positions, and it does
not seem reasonable or inst that
they should be placed in the
light of suspicion conpprnino- I
their official acts.
In business it freauentlv hsn. i
pens that the shipper desires to
accompany his freight to markpt
and especially is this true in the
case ot live stock.
Railroads usually tender thp '
owner and attendants free pas- I
sage in going and returning, f
oiuillltl It De possible tn Pnfnroo
the resolution it would work an
injury to a class of citizens en
gaged in private business and
amount to nothing more than an
incumbrance of the record.
Respectfully,
JOHN SPARKS
Governor of Nevada
I lie above is a copy of the veto
message of Governor Sparks to
the resolution passed by the
legislature of Nevada relating to
the acceptance of f
passes by state
ate officials. The resolution
passed both houses receiving
only one negative vote it being
almost unanimnna j
- - O'wiuvvi o ctuu
the practice of accepting the V.
tree transportation. The veto '
message caused roniHa,Ku i
comment and Speaker Skaggs in
.r tu 11 Iast evening, said: f
the veto messace i i- 1
usurpation of power by the chief
executive, as there is no law and
no reason why he should have
either signed or vetoed the
resolution. UnrW tv,
tion and laws of Nevada he has
nothing whatevpr tn a ....-
such resolution and laws of with
such resolutions and hiavf
accompaning message are ab
solutely nil. Th
- iviiuiuuiiii was
simply an expression, the senti
ment expressed of the. a,emhe
of the legislature of Nevada up-
: on a question which is now ripe- -
and being considered.
piieoithevptn tr,Q-..i..
faon will remain part of our re- X
coraa ana thp vct ...:n t 1
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