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Pioche Weekly Record m Zl Ql CI W WM. E. ORR EUGENE GOODRICH Subscription, Or.? Year, by Mail Six Month, by Mail Entered at the Postoffice a class PIOCHE INFESTEJ) WITH CRIMINALS. A large degree of precaution should be exercised by the business men at present to guard against the burg lars who seem to be infesting the town. At least two of the business houses on Main street have been broken into during the past week, one in the daytime which charac terizes the operators as criminals of the most daring type. The sheriff's office is working diligently to apprehend all offenders, and is meeting with a good measure of success, but under the inefficient night patrol system of the town at present, it would be well for the citizens to be extra diligent until all suspicious characters in this town can be rounded up, given an oppurtunity to show "visible means of support or vacate. Early Day Happenings In Pioche Jillv 1X7'.! Consecration of Episcopal Church A large crowd congre gated in the new church to take part in the opening services Sun day morning. The instrument of donation was read by the rec tor, Rev. II. L. Padger, and the instrument of consecration by the Rev. S. 1'. Kelly of Hamil-1 ton. The sermon was preached by Bishop Whitaker, and was a most able and interesting expo sition of the reason why people should be thankful for a church set apart for the worship of God. In the afternoon the children of the Sunday school were enter tained and profited by a sermon to them by the Rev. Mr. Kelly, after which in the evening the bishop preached again. It is to be hoped that the church will always be as well filled as on the opening day. On Monday a meeting was held to devise means for raising a revenue for the necessary expenses of the parish. After discussion it was unanimously resolved to rent the seats, and enough were at once taken to place the financial con dition of the church on a most satisfactory basis. The fact that the church was furnished and paid for within so short a time after the destruction of the town by fire speaks well for the liber ality of our people. Bristol District-This district is situated about twenty miles southwest of Pioche. six miles from the Hamilton road, and is in Nye county (has been brought into Lincoln county since the above was written), although all supplies must - necessarily be ob tained in Pioche. J. M. Quinne came in from there a few days siuce, and exhibited in our office a number of samples of rock, all of which evidenced the existence ILifflMlbeiP We can now fur nish practically all building materials in use here-dimen-sion, boards, rustic, bevel siding, floor ing, ceiling, mould ings, shingles, Mal thoid roofing, win dows, doors, build ing paper. We wish to announce that our yard will be closed to business on Sundays. THE L. K. 8HKLTON COMPANY UtmUt ui hi Kia4n4 Issued Every Satur day 1 21 Editor Business Manager K.M l.io rioche, matter. Nevada, as second- of mineral, some in large quan tities, most of the same having been obtained from new loca tions made by him and party. Ho mentions the National, Her cules and Bay State as the oldest locations, best developed mines. The manager of the National is now erecting a furnace abouc five miles north of the mine, having sunk a well in the desert and secured an abundant supply of water. They have about f00 tons of galena ore on the dump of the National, which is esti mated to net $100 pe ton. and the Hercules has at least 2,000 tons of tke same class ore. FOUND SKELETONS OF INDIANS. Workmen Unearth Evidence of epi demic or Massacre. In (IlKKiiiK ii cunul, which is to carry water from the Rel river power sta tion of tlie Snow Mountain Water com pany, a glum iinciiillit'il an old Indian Cemetery in I he Hush ranch when the plow turned up a human skull a lew feet below i lie surface, says the Haiti more American. Further investiga tion revealed many more skulls and a dozen were plowed up In making the cut. Indications are that there are sev eral hundred skeletons there. Two are now protruding from the sldo of the ' hank, one with its head toward the east And the other lying In the opposite direction, contrary to Indian custom. No implements of war or other things were found in tho graves, Rnd this, as well as the hrltcr-skeltpr way the bodies appear to have been piled in, is taken as an Indication fial they were burled alter an epidemic or tnusi-acrc. Old Indians of the Porno tribe bay that the Tartars once 'exterminated the Chatnava tribe, only two suiviv Ini. The Tartars and Chuniuwas wore warlike and encroached on the Pomos, who had no warriors, hut tilled the soil and made baskets. Thought It All Settled. "No," said the girl with the re frigerator heart, "1 can never be your wife and I'm sure I uever gave you any encouragement." "Encouragement!" echoed the young man who was too dense to realize that he had won by losing. "Why, even your father thinks It all settled." "How do you know he does?" queried the chilly fair one. "Because,," explained the y. in., "lie tried to borrow money from me last week." Notice M. A. No. 03 Application for Patent, United States Lam Office Carson City, Nevada. July 1, loos. Notice is hereby given that the Lincoln Nevada Mining & Milling Company, a corporation, through ita Attorney-in-fact. V. R. McNamee. whose Post Otnce addreaa is Caliente, Nevada, has made application for a United States patent for the Columbia t onsolklsted Mining Claim, consisting of 15O0 linear feet of the Double Decker Lode and 1262.8 lin. ff of the Columbia lode, situate iii Ely Muting District County of Lincoln. State of Nevada, being survey No. 318:4, and described in the held notes and plat on tile in this ohice with a magnetic variation at 16 deg. 16 min. East at, follows: Commencing at Cor. No. 1 ef tha Double Decker lode whence cor. of sections 22. 23, 2 and 27 T 1 N.. R, 67 E.. M. D. a & M., bears N. 46 deg' 10 min. W. 3743.11 ft,; thence S. 46 deg. 01 min E 15U0 ft to cor. Nu. 2; thence 8. 44 deg. 60 mia. W 6un ft. to cor. No. 3; thence N. 44 deg. 01 min. W 1600 ft to cor. No. 4: thence N. 44 deg. 5 min. E 600 ft tu cor. No. 1. the place of beginning. COLUMBIA LODE. Commencing at Cor. 1 whence cor. of sections 22. 23. 26 and 27. T 1N., K. 67 E., M. D. B. A M bears N. 52 deg. 24 min. W, 5281.4 ft; thence s' 55 deg. 42 min. E., 24.6 ft to cor. No. i; thence S 18 deg. 21 min. W. S28.2 ft. tocor. No. 3; thence.s' 68 deg, 38 min. W. 448.4 ft. to cor. No. 4; thence N. 55 deg. 42 min. W. 266 ft to cor. Nu 6; thence N. 44 deg. 60 min. E. 1285 ft to cor. 1 the place of beginning, and located in the N. E. 1-4, N. W 1-4. S. E. 1-4 and S. W. 1-4 of Sec. 26 T. 1. N.. R. 67 E. M. D. B. 4k M. containing an area of 28.532 acres exclusive of any conflicts. The adjoining claims aa shown by the plat of survey are Commander lode, Surrey No. 3182. and Daly Eaat kale survey No. 2526 on the North and East 1 direct that this notice be published in the Pioche Weekly Record, a newspaper of general circulation published at Pioche: Nevada, for a period of sixty days. . , Louis J. Cohn Register. First publication July 11. 1408. Last publication Sept 6 190K Notice Department of the Interior. II. 1 Land Office at Carson City, Nevada. June 4. long. Notice ia hereby given that Elba Jane Wads worth, of Panaca. Lincoln County. Nevada, who. on September 26. 1008, made Deeert Land Entry No. 460. for SE 1-4 SW 1-4. Section S3. Township 1 S.. Range 68 East Mount Diabki Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final deeert land proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the County Clerk of Lincoln County at hie office at Pioche, Nevada, on the 20th day of July, 1008. Claimant names aa witnesses: Henry Im. Joseph Ron now. John Austin and H, E, Kreudeo UuU. ail ef Ptoche, Nevada. Louis J. Cohn. Register. Notice to Creditors. In the Dirirt Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the S'e uf Nevada, in and for the County ul I.inroin. In the matter of the Hstata of Bridget McGreg or tiectmMH. N';ti,e i he: f'iy jriven that the undersigned, havir.H Ifrn duly appointed administrator of the e.iltf Bridget MiMjiftfor, deceased, by the above enntU-d roil rt. on the 24th day of March. A. D. and having culy qualified aa such adminis ttau.r. leturot administration were duly tsaued to him on tn th of May. A. D. 19U8. Notice ii hereby given that all persona having olaunHaainMt the said estate of Bridget McGregor decad, are required to file the same with the proier vouchers and affidavits attached, with the clerk of this court, within three months of the date of the first publication of this notice, or the? will be forever barred. listed at Pioche. this 8th day of May. A. D. lWi. J AUKS LKHOINK. Administrator of the Estate of Bridget Mc Gregor, di-ceaaed. John M. Bkkkzk. Attorney fur the Administrator. Date of first publication May HO. In. a a s a a. m:r,m.i!Trrnmmn , Notice. M. A. No. 02 arri.ic atiui. run ra tknt I'NITKD st tef. land urriCfc. CAKriON CITY. NKVADA. Julv 1. lmi, Notiie is hereby given that The Raymond Wst Alining tympany. .a t-orDuration.ibv Its Attr.F. j m-y in fuct. K K. McNamee, whose post office aihirwfcs is aiicnie. nevaua, has made, applica , ti.ni for a United States patent for the Aoe Om- soislslcl Mining Claim, consisting of 12ta.fi linear leel or me Apex; louu nn. It, of the Apex No. ! I l;',i,7..1 lin. ft. of the Apex No. 3; laOo lin. ft. of the ; Apex No. 4: US.' 4 lin. ft. of the Apex No. 6- 1 Sshi hii. ie rnnmnnnry ftna 11.4 Un. ft. of the Linevada No. 4 lode mining claims, situate in the Ely Mining District. County of Lincoln. State ui iieiua. ucirtg survey xmo. a2, and Uescrilssi in the held notes and plat on file in this other with a magnetic variation at IB dwr. 25 mm. fc. as follows: I Commencing at Cor. No. 1 of the Ape lode ! whence cor. to sees. 20. 21. 28 and 2a T l M P W M. L. a & M. bears S. 27 deg. 85 ruin. W. 1SG2.S ft.; thenee S. 83 deg. 60 min. E. 4U5 ft to cor. No. :!; thence S. 3 deg. 06 min. E. 82M.6 ft. to rur. No. :i; thence N. 16 deg. id min. E. flu 2 ft. to cor. Nu. 4; thence N. 63 deg. 06 min. W. 82M.6 ft. to cor.No. 6; thence N. XI deg. 50 min. W. 42S ft to cor. No 6; thence S. 16 deg. 10 miiu W. titiS.2 ft, to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. APEX ciO. 2 LODE. Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence 1-4 section cor ner, between sec a 21 and 22. T. 1 N.. R. 67 E.. M. I). U. & M. bears N. 7a deg. 83 min. E. 261H.2 ft.; thence N. 66 deg. 68 min. W. 14M.4 ft tocor. No. 2; thence S. 0 deg. 110 min. W. of, ft to cor. No. 3: thence S. 63 deg. 06 min. E. 15110 ft to cor. No. 4; thence N. 0 deg. 30 min. E. 66o.H ft to cor. Nu. 1, the place of beginning. APEX NO. 3 LODE. Beginning at Cor. Nu 1, whence the cor. to sees. 20. 21, 28 and 29. T. 1 N.. K. 67 E.. M. D. B. M. bears S. 47 deg. 35 min. W. 1474.3 ft.: thence S 63 deg. 06 min. E, 671.4 ft. to cor. Nu, 2; thence N. 53 deg. 3:', mill. E. 17.3 ft to cor. No. .1: Uicricc N.ltl ileir. Oi mill. Vl. 671.4 ft. to cor. No. 1. I hence S. 5:.' deg. ;5 min. W. i:l7 :! to . ... I i l lie place ol beKiiinoig. I APEX NO. 4 I.ODK. ' Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence the cur. to wc. 2. 21. L'x and 20, T. 1 N.. H. 67 K.. M. R 11. j M., hears N. ca deir. an min. W. 240 u.; tli i.e. deg. (if, min. K. 616.2 ft. to cor. No. .': lti,-.m e ; N. 40 deg. 13 min. E. 1305 ft. to cur. Ma ;; thetn- r. ii,i ucg. o , nun. vv . bin. It. to cor. No. 4; them a .S. Ill deg. 13 min. W. 1305 ft. to cor. No, 1. the place oi beginning. APEX No. 5 LODE. Beginning at Cor. I whence 1-4 section l or. lietween sees. 21 and 22. T. I N.. 07 E.. M. D 11. A. M. bears M. f dog, :12 mm. E. 467.7 ft; thence N. 7 deg. uf min W. 7U1.9 ft. to cor. No. 3; Ihcmv S. (leg. 4i min. W. M.S2.4 ft. to cor. No. 3; liic.ee S. 74 deg. 05 min. K 16H.it tt to mr. No J- ! N. 5S deg. 4ft min. E. 13.4 ft. cor. No. 1. Ihe j place of beginning. PKLNCE HENKY LODE. Beginning at Our. No. 1. whenc the 14 sac. ! corner between Macs. 21 and 22. T. I. N . K. 6i E.. M. I). B. M. bears N. 46 dear. .18 miu. E. 140& i ft; thence N. 74 deg. Oft mill. W. Ifruo ft. tocor, Nu. 2; thence S. 0 deg. .10 miu. W. Ail. 1 ft. tocor. No. 3: thence 74 deg. 05 min. K. iroo ft tu cor No. 4: thence N. 0 deg. 30 min. E. 621.1 ft tu aor. Nol. the place of beginning. Linevada No. 4 lode. Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence the 1-4 section cor. between Sec'a 21 and 28, T. 1 N., H 7 E M. D. B. St M., bears N. 56 dog. 21 min. W. 3M.2 ft. thence N. 74 deg. 05 mill. W. 817.M ft. o cor No 2: thence S. 58 deg. 45 min. W. 14K2.4 ft to cor. No. ,1; thence S. 74 deg. 06 min. E. 786.1 ft. to aor. No. 4; thence N. 00 deg. 90 min. E. 1530.2 ft. to cor. Nu 1. the place of beginning, and located in the North East ouartar H W 1-J S. E. 1-4 and S. W. 1-4 of Sec. 21, the N. W. 1-4 of Sec. 28 and the S. W. 1-4 of Sec. 22, T. 1 N., K 67 E., M. t). B. & M. containing an area of 120.164 acres, exclusive of conniote with mineral survey Nu 2013 Linevada Lode, und survey aoiH Linevada Nu. 3 Itxie. The adjoining and conflicting claims aa shown by the plat of survey are Linevada. Survey No. 2U13; Linevada No. 3, Survey No. ailSgnd Mother Lode No. 2, Survey No. 2020. I direct that this notice be published in the Pioche Weekly Kecurd, a newspaper of general circulation published at Plocho. Nevada, for a period of sixty day Louis J. Cohn, Regist r Date of first publication. July 11. 190S. District Court Summons In the Fourth Judicu l District Court in and for Ihe County of Lincoln, State of evada. The State of e vada sends greeting to Minerva A. (Perry! Sherwin. You are hereby rmiuirel to appear in an action commenced against you an defendant by Hilly E. Sherwin as plaintiff, in thw Oourth Judicial District Court of the State of eva da. Lincoln County, at the town of Pioche, and answer the complaint therein, which ia on Hie with the Clerk of said Court within ten days alter the service on you of this Summons (exclu sive of the day of service) if served in said coun ty, or twenty days if served out of said county, but within this district and in all other canes forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you. according to the prayer of said com plaint The said action Is brought to recover judgment against you, the said defendant for the dissolu tion of the marital relations now existing between you and the plaintiff herein, upon the ground of your willful desertion of the plaintiff tor the peri od of one year. And you are hereby notitied that if you fail to appear and answer the aaki com plaint as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded there in. In testimony whereof. I, Wm. E. Orr. have hereunto set my hand officially, and affixed the seal ol said Court this 2d duy of May. A. D. 1908 l'- WM. E. ORR. County Clerk and ex-Offlcio Clerk of the Fourth Judicial District Court, of the County of Liu coin. State of eaiia. First publication May 28. 1H08. Last publication June 27. 1HU8. Application for Patent. M. A. No. 1680. United States Land Office, Carson City. Nevada May 7, 1068. Kl.Oina i. 1UMUK.. n! . 1. . II, ... .. t i. I i'V f w "m- n- "aiiaco. John A. t.kman and Joseph S. Free, each of whore ii. l i 7 l""""-e auuress is salt IJtKe City, Utah, by Milton L. Lee, their attorney-in-fact whose residence and postoffice address is Pioche" Nevada, havemadeapplication fora United Statei patent for the Hoodoo and Hoodoo No. 1 lode mininti claims consolidated, situated in Jack Rabbit Min ing District Lincoln County, Nevada, cunaistuu of 1500 linear feet of the Hoodoo and 1500 linear feet of the Hoodoo No. t veins, kales or mineral deposits containing gold, silver, lead and other valuable mineral, and surface Ktuuad buaxivet wale, being U. 8. M. S. No. 2758, and described in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office, with magnetic variationa at 16 degrees 30 minutes east aa follows: Commencing at Post No. 1. a corner of the claim from which U. S. M. M. No, 1, Bristol Min ing District bears south 11 degrees 20 minutes east 602.5 feet distant and running thence south 70 degrees 26 minutes west S0O0 feet to corner No. I; thence north 10 degrees 34 minutes west 6110 feet to corner No. 3: thence north 70 degrees 26 minutes east 3000 feet to corner No. 4; thence south 10 degrees 34 minutea eaat 600 feet to said corner No. 1 the place of beginning, containing a total area of 41.322 acres, all of which is claimed and applied for. there being no conflicts. The discovery point of said Hoodoo lode location bears north 71 degrees 13 minutea west 611.6 feet dis tant from said corner No. 1. The discovery point of said Hoodoo No. 1 kale location bears north 55 uBkim.'M imnucee east HD.I leei uistant Troni said corner No. 2. Said claims are aituated in un- ojwiuoop a norm, range DO east Mt Diablo Base and Meridian, aaid Hoodoo and Hoodoo No. I lode locations or mining claims being of record in the office of the county recorder at Pioche, in Lincoln county. Nevada. The nearest known location being Badger No. 4 lode mining claim. 1 direct that this notice be published in the Pi oche Weekly Record at Pioche, Nevada, the news paper published nearest the said mining claim, for the period of sixty days. LOUIS J. COHN, Register. Ijiwrence A Robertson, Claimants' Attorneys. 3U6-3UK Atlas Block. Salt I ke City. Utah. First publication. May 16, 1W8. A Woman's Aim. Mr. Kidder I think a woman's club to be suceessful should aim at itome tulng far removed from "female suf frage." Mlaa Strong I dint't asree. with yon, sir! That should be tia suit- c-Vieot. Mr. Kidder Yes; but it's wore like ly to hit that object if it aims at omeihing else. Philadelphia Press. NOTICE Whereaa. the board of trustees of Pioche schoo district No. L of the County of Lincoln. State of Nevada, deems it necessary to incur an indebted ness for the purposes of erecting and furnishing a school building or buildings mud purchasing ground upon which to erect such school building or buildings, by uisuing the negotiable coupon bonds of said school district Now. therefore, the said board of trustees, pur suant to Chapter XI X of the Laws of the State of Nevada, passed at ti special session of the legis lature. lHun, the same being an act entitled: "An Act to amend an Act entitled. An Act to enable the several school districts of the State to issue negotiable coupon bonds for the purpose of erect ing and furnishing school buildings, or purchas ing ground, or for refunding Huatiag funded debts, and providing for the payment of the principal indebtedness thus authorized and the interest thereon." apprtr) March 12. 1S0B, here by call a special election of the duly qualified electors of said school district to be held at the schoo) house of said district at the Town of Pi oche. County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, be tween the hours of 1 o'cluck.lp. m., and 6 o'clock p. m. on the 6th day of August 1U8, for the pur pose of submitting to said qualified electors the oueation: "Shall the Pioche School District No. 1. Lincoln County. Nevada, issue its negotiable con Kin bonds to the amount of Fifteen Thousand DolUrs; said bonds to be One Hundred Fifty in .uinlier, and of the denomination of One Hundred ijoiUtrs each; said bonds to run for a period of ten '.eurit, from the date of Issue, and bear interest .it the rate of eik'ht (a) per cent tier annum, said interest payable semi-annually for the purposes herein enumerated." The following qualified electors shall act as inspectors and judges: Meade Simmons. Milton Lee. E. A. Hodges and the following as clerks: J. Frank Squire and r . P. Thompson. All persons voting on the question submitted at such election, hull vole by separate ballot, whereon is placed Ihe woids "For the Uonds' or "kgainst the Bonds." The ballots shall be de posited in a separate ballot box provide! by the school trustees for that purpose. Board of School Trustees for Pioche School District No. 1 Lincoln County. Nevada By A. A. Carman. President. Attest: M. C. FrraPaUticx. Clerk. FAIRBANKS - MORSE akV g- ' Fairbanks-Morse All Steel Rock Drill (Air Feed) is entirely constructed of highest quality steel by expert workmen. For Stoping, Raising. Drifting, etc., it has greater capacity than any similar drill m:idJ. Can be fur nished with column arm and clamp or with handle for hand drilling. Send for catalogue No. 1106 S A , , Fairbanks - Morse Producer Gas Plants will save a large part of your fuel bills. Fairbanks-Morse & Co, I The ank I I You know the place. CVEORGB RE i A gentleman's resort where B to all T -II -a- llll .H-IJ I IPnn, Choicest Beef Vegetables and Fruit I lev fur family una un 9 -till- Mill IIIW -HM--S1HU saasayllll-s.1! I STOCKS ak mm I Pioche Brokerage Company Office On Listed and Unlisted Stocks Iiaaaaaaa.ll aa .I4-IU HH W. M. NICHOLS Headquarters for Mining Men Courteous Treatment SM3it Sail!! Hill and Hill Bourbon Whiskey Choice Cigars Notice U. A. No. 01. Application for patent United States Land Office. Carson City, Nevada. July L 1J8- Notice ia hereby given that the Lineoln Ne vada Mining 4k Milling Company, a corporation, by ita attomey-infact F. R. McNamee. whoae Post Office addreaa ia Caliente. Nevada, has made application for a patent for the Key Note Con aolidated Mining Claim, consisting of the Key Note and Lucky Boy Lories, situate in the Ely Mining District County of Lincoln. State of Ne vada. being Survey No, 3180, and described in the 1 field notes and plat on Ale in this office, with a magnetic variation at 16 deg. 20 min. E. aa foi- i lows: I Commencing at Cor. No. 1 of the Key Note Lode whence the corner to sections 22. 2a, 26 and 27. T. 1 N.. R, 67 .. M. D. a 4k M.. bears N. 56 dec. 48 min. W. 3U23.4 ft; thence N. 37 deg. 67 min. E. 161.6 ft. to eur. No. 2; thence S. 81 deg. 64 min. E. 515 ft to cor. No. 3: thence S. 37 deal. f-7 min. W. 471.5 ft to cor. No. 4: thence N. 45 deg. 13 min. W. 440.9 ft to cor. No. L the place of Joeg inning. LUCKY BOY LODEi Commencing at Cor. 1. whence the cora. to Sees. 22. 23. 26 and 27. T. 1 N.. H. 67 E., M. D. B. A M.. bears N. 67 deg. 45 W. 4378.6 ft; thence N. 37 deg. 67 min. E. 307.6 f . to Cor. No. 2: thence S. 81 deg. 54 min. E. 476.3 ft to cor. No. 3; thenee S. 7u deg. 24 min. E. 786.4 ft. to Cor. No. 4; thenee S. 37 deg. 57 min. W. 5U0.6 ft to Cor. No. 5; thence N. 54 deg. 46 min. W. 38.6 ft to Cor. No. 6; thenre N. 66 deg. 55 min. W. 701.9 ft to cor. No. 1. the place of beginning: and located in the N. E. 1-4 f S. E. 1-4 of Sec. 26, T. 1 N., R. 7 E.. M. D. b. M.. containing an area of 12.403 acres exclusive of conflicts with mineral survey Silver Peak lode. April Fool lode. Telphone lode. Wide Awake kxi- Reta lode. Dupont No. 1 lode and Dupont lode. The adjoining and conflicting claims aa shown by the putt of survey are Scranton Mine, survey No. 3U96. Silver Peak lude, unsurveyed. oi, the north west; the Reta lode, unsurveyed Iiiii i No. 1 lode unsurveyed. on the northeast fe!. -phone lode, unsurveyed: Wide Awake lode, u:. aurveyed. en the south east, and Daly East Uv. survey No. 2526. and April Fool bale uiuuirvcf'eu. -on the south. I direct that this notice be published in tts Pioche Weekly Record, a newspaper of general circulation published at Pioche, Nevada, for t) period of sixty days. Louis J. Cohn. Registtr. Date of first publication July 11. US Nissen Stamp Mills Individual Feeder, Circular Mortar and Screen Gravity Stamp. Best for Amalga mating, Concentrat ing, Cyaniding. Better Savings Fewer Slimes Wt oirrjf touiuUle luit ef Milling Mataiuery Send far csl.lufur Nu. 1196 H xchange You know the goods. BP, Proprietor courteous treatment is extended patrons. . Illl" .II -II Veal Porkl Hams Bacon Fresh Ranch Eggs and a half cent par pound. I Illl- IIOII" IH sH-MI- 1 MINES s i Lacour Street Mines Bought and Sold IIH ao UB J. H. EGAN Author ef Orage Doctrine. Luis Draro, of Argentina, whose dm -trine I '.'r ed a big role in the peac , conference, ..rst came to public at tention as a judge in his own coun try when he wrote a book of Judicial experiences. He entered the political field and came into prominence as at torney general at Buenos Ayreo whe.i he declared that the provinces of hi . nation might be sued before thit courts, but that the Judgments aboul.l not be collected by force. The Dra?. doctrine was adopted in a modified: form by the pencp conference, l it ; a ither he t'.or hi.- nutio.i had tb honor of presniti'.? the i e-uiim Iod t :!.e conffrvtitf. REASON FOR THE FfiEFEf-.t.'-iC . Husband Evidently Shared in Gal.-.t. I Meant for W.fe. The Lady Bounriful '.f the (i-i'-U i was toiii' her rouii,;. und rallod ti t cottaae OLvupied by a "tujd.'l" pcasan , hoae uMitUu: livt-a a.-i lf u.;d t:.t years. "Ani i,w ia V.ki, ; nu) "." i QUired hr? Vl-.ii.Jl". ".lu.l ulu.ll "II sinirf, tb&ui: xlita'.y. u." v, .. I reply. "Dl! r.!:i enio lUiif .1 i things I sunt i,i' 5 're-cUv I the lady. 'The trUus . r.v.e c.i , mem, an' we be gn i.lv cM'n;-.u: but. if 1 niisiit r.ui'.a' so told, toui i y I not send her rny .".Kut of that jslly I Sorce jam jtmivbwy jam aim- I more Bootable, nieui." "Why. die3: t she care for Uio jelly?" wtu the nitr. ral query. "Yes. mem, aha do; but I can't say as I does." Judge's Library : t Causa of Railroad AcciJnt. According to thu record of thu to teratata commerce cummitfsion tberw were 7,432 derxlmenta oa railroad Id the United States during tha yea: antfhig June 20. 1&07. These accident ref;lted in the death of Hi paitua kad the injury of 8,6yu. This was a.s Increase of t.STt dfrallineuta over thu previoua year, with a proportionate In crease ia faulltioi aad Injarlei. tudy uf the cutd ahows that a little more than two thirds of these acci dents were du to'defcet e.juli ment. the remainder to dn'-,.ts la road way. The trouble ia aitn.:a. -d Ure ly to the enormous lnoraa.i in tialflc. which in rtHjent yeara haa eicpelecl the carrying oauaclty uf ti-e roads, u ceasitatlng the use of eei y cui' aud en fine capable of running, and subject lng tie permanenent atructurca to un exampled atraln. Straight Railway Track. In aplte of the auDarently matha. matical straight lines which many e the western railways aDDear to fallov.- on the map, it has been stated thai the record in this respect will be beat en by the uew national transconti nental railway, otherwise known a 4 the Grand Trunk Pacific. 70 zulleii o! which will be constructed without :a curY. . Five years aizo. however, i length of 71 miles of perfectly stralghr. railway track was constructed on thai extension of the Rhodesia railway;, from Bulawayo In the direction of thu Victoria tails. So far, therefore, m the length of straight line Is coa cerned. the record la held bv the nor tlon of the Rhodesia railways above referred to. London Times. Furniture Repairer. I The large furniture houses have meil to go around and Ox up any scratch l damage a customer may And in good 4 he has bought. His presence la n house, with his snug kit o( tools ami polishes, usually emphasizes the wat bly legs of an old chair, the scar In the table top which Freddie's sho. made months ago and a score of othi things with which the repair man has no concern. But he fixes them readily enough, though sometimes pressed foa time, and he always carries away a) good-sized tip. Some days the money thus earned "on the side" exceeds the) repairer's salary from the Arm. N. T Sun. Gave Away Historic Land. James Douglas, vice-president of tha American Institute of Mining En gineer, gave the historii land on the) New Tork Palisades which the govern ment has accepted through an act o! congress. The property is said to bet worth 136.000. Clean Food.. To eat or not to eat flesh foods, that) Is question which will hardly bm settled by general consent tor some) generations: but every one will agreei on the wisdom of insisting upon guar- antees that our foodstuffs shall bat clean, unadulterated and sound. Remarkable Burglar-Proof Safe. The most remarkable burglar proof safe in the world haa Just bees placed, la a bank at Newburg Island. At night the safe la lowered by cables Into aa Impregnable metallie-llned sub-vault of masonry and concrete. After reaching: the bottom It Is fastened down by massive steel lugs, operated by a triple time lock. Until these lugs are released automatically at a desirext time, no human agency cau raise to safe, and to break in through a mass of stone and concrete which measures 10 feet by 10 feet by 16 feet with, dynamite would wreck the bulldlns without making the safe available. Volcanic Ash Cement. ' A recent number of a Nagasaki (Japan) newspaper describes a ce ment made from volcanic ashes, which is sometimes used alone and some times in combination .with .sand aad Portland cement. The ashes are much cheaper, and are said to be aluiont as effective aa the cement, while the two are used together with still great er advantage. Dockyards, naval docks, etc., have been constructed from the ash cement, large qua: titles hav been priiorted to Korea, north Chin. Shanghai aud Formosa, and the d; mand is rapidly Increasing. ' ; !