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THE'PiOCttE RECORD THE PI O CHE RECORD Issued Every Saturday, LEWIS H. BEASON Editor and Proprietor guliscription. Ogs Year, by Mail " " Six Monthi. by Mail t2.H0 1.60 ADVERTISING BATES. DUplay aaVertlnescata an ehargeel far at tlx rata of tlM per lack aw atoata. Oae CBUU( pa, aiaatk witkaat tra charge. Single huertieas. W ami par lack. Raadtag ealtces. aat la M-paiat typei IS eenta per line first iasertiea; M aaata par llaa aack aoeaaadiaa laairtiaa, Locals at! la U-paiat black fata type, 30 ant par Uaa tint Insertion: It eaata par liaa aack saecaeding ia aartiaa. OaaprieaUall aadaaaarUUea. Entered at the Postoffice at Pioche, class matter. Nevada, as second- Rscognizsd tha Line. Two girls were talking orer the rhone one afternoon, the subject of Ute conversation being a lawn party to take place the following day. Both were discussing what the? should wear, and after fle minutes had come to no decision. Right In the midst of this "Impor tant" conversation a masculine voice Interrupted, asking humbly what num ber he had. A stern reply that the wire was busy did not successfully squelch the Inquirer, for be asked again tor the number. One of the girls now became Indignant and with supreme scorn asked: "What line do you think you are on, anyhow T" "Well," aald the man, "I'm not sure, but Judging from what I've heard I should say I was on a clothes line. Official Paper of Lincoln County TO STOP VUXOTIK. ' Nevada is determined to end wildcatting, says the Goldfield Chronicle. With this resolve firmly held by the majority of the legislators, some action wjll m be taken, and the only question v ' now remaining to be determined ways. Bring more money into the mining districts and insure that the money be well spent HAVE THEIR OWN WAY. is in what form a law will be most effective, A start has been made in the law introduced by Assemblyman Gallagher which : deals with the stock exchange feature. The idea of Mr. Galla gher in framing the bill was that the wildcatter finds his greatest . field in the stock exchange where by false stimulation he juggles prices so as to lead his dupes to believe the stock has a great value, ; This bill would make it unlaw. ful for any stock exchange or as sociation of persons to offer for sale stock of any mining or leas ing company operating mines or leases in the state of Nevada, without the , mining or leasiDg company first shall have fur nished to the officers or govern ing board of the stock exchange, a statement in writing, verified by its officers, setting forth the property it owns and controls, the amount of work done and cost thereof, the amount of ' money in the treasury and the number of shares of stock set apart for treasury purposes. It is also provided that on or before the fifth , day of each raonthT after 'the statement is made, the secretary of the com pany shall furnish to the officers or governing committee of the stock exchange " a verified state- ' ment showing, the work done during the preceding month upon the property owned or controlled by said company, the amount of stock sold from the treasury dur ing the preceding month, and the sum received therefor, the quantity of ore mined and treat ' ed and the value thereof, the amount of money on hand, and the debts owed by the company. The statements so made shall be kept on file by the stock ex change or association of persons for six months, and be open to inspection during all business hours. . ' The law provides penalties for the making of a false statement, as well as for the failure of the exchange to keep the statements V in an accessable condition for six months. While many objections can be raised and have been al- ' . ready pointed out against this law, the fact that a start has been made to eliminate the pest that does more to discredit legit imate mining than any than any . - number of honest failures. Some lav; must be passed t& protect 5 Nevada. It is not possible to say how many millions have been lost to the world because the promoter stuck the 'cash in his pocket instead of putting it into the ground. It must be admitted, however, that almost irreparable harm has been done to the state by this class of leeches that prey unon the public s confidence. The mineral wealth of Ne vada must not be used as a lure tn entrao the public, neither . should the names of productive mines be counterfitted ' with slight changes as an added bait. Some provision should be made that no similarity in the title be , permitted unless the facts of lo cation warrant such title. Regis tration of every working mine with the data as provided by the Gallagher bill would aid in the " crusade against the iniquitous promoter as well as give the honest ."operator every aid in " getting the capital for extensions 5 of workings and to buy machin ery. Thua it would work two The bill introduced in the as sembly at Carson City to divide Lincoln county and create Clark county out of that portion chop ped off, passed that branch of the legislature by a unanimous vote; one member, however, re frained from going on record one way or the other. Early this week the bill passed the senate without a dissenting vote. The result was to be expected, inas much as no organized opposition developed to check the ambitions of the . progressive town in the BOUth. Las Vegas boomers have had their own way at Carson, and why shouldn't they get what they want when the citizens of what is left of Lincoln county do not protest ? The fact is, very few in the northern end of Lincoln county care very much if the division is made, and the apathy which has existed from the time the agitation began in the south proves it. If the bill receives the signature of the governor, Lincoln county will be obliged to pay Clark county $10,000 for any interest it may have in county property, the payments to run along for ten years. Lincoln county is denied a senator, but is entitled two as semblymen; whereas, Clark county is to have one senator and just as . many assemblymen as Lidcoln county. The ' county division law is to become effective July 1st, next - FROM ALL OVER THE UNION. Washington Apartment Houses Con tain a Cosmopolitan Crowd. Notice of Application for U. S. Patent. Serial No. 02021. Kurvv Nil 8463. U. 8. Land Offisa, Caratm City, Nevada, January 9 1'jfta. Notice ia hereby riven that In ou nuance of the Act of Congress approved May iu, ln n. a Freudenthal. whose postomce address la nocne. Lincoln county. Nevada, haa made application for a patent for the Creacent Coneolidated Mining Claim, coniistinc of the Creacent, Creacent Ex tension, North Star and North Star Extenaion lode mining- claim a. all situate in Jack Rabbit Mining District in the County of Lincoln, State of Nevada, aaid respective lode mining claims being severally described aa follows, towlt: Fifteen hundred (1500) linear feet on the Crea cent lode, bearing gold, silver, copper and lead. the same being 1UU leet northwesterly ana lw feet southeasterly from the point of discovery thereori with surface ground 300 feet in width, and described by the official plat and by the field notes on file in the office of the regiatar of Caraon City Land District. Nevada, aa follow via: Beginning at Cor. Ma 1, Whence: U. S, M. U. No. 1 bear N. 1 deg. 46 min. E. 3831.B feet. A pine tree lit ins. dlaro.. blazed and scribed B. T. 1-3463, bean 3. 10 deg. 09 mm. W, 42.6 ft. A pine tree, -18 ins. diam.. blazed and scribed B. T. 1-9453. bear. S. 30deg. 23 mm. K. 36.1 ft Thence S. 1 deg. 23 min. W. 600 ft, to cor. No, X, on line 4-1 North Star lode, this survey. Whence: ' ' A pine tree, 12 ins. diam., blazed and scribed B. T. K-34U3. bean H. ti deg. bz min. w. t it. A pine tree 18 in. diam. blazed and scribed B. T. 2-3463. bears N. 81 deg. 68 min 15.1 ft. Thence N. 82 deg, 87 min. W. 1600 feat to cor. No. 3. Whence: Cor. No. 4. lot 89 Hillside lode bears N. 68 dec. 20 min. E. 466 feet. The discovery bears N. 26 deg. 49 min, E. 816.2 ft. A mahogany tree, 11 lna. diam., biased and scribed a T. 8-8463, boars N. 8 deg. So min. . 24.6 ft. Thenca N. 1 dear. 28 min. E. 600 feet to ear. No. 4, whence cor. No. 4. lot No. 60 Coyote lode bears 8. 27 deg. 09 min. W. 474.6 ft. Thenca 8. K2 deg. 87 min. E. 1500 feet to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Fifteen hundred linear feet on the Creacent Ex' tension lode, bearing gold, eilver. copper and lead the same being 150 feet southeasterly and 1350 feet northwesterly from the point of discovery thereon, with surface ground 30(1 feet in width, and de scribed by the official plat and by the field notes on file in the office of the register of (Jareon city Land District Nevada, via: Beginnig at cor. No. L on line 2-8 Sur. No. 8263 Apex lode, whence U. 8. M. M. No. 1 bears N. 16 deg. 07 min. E. 8197.2 ft Thence 8. 47 deg. 19 min. E. 1500 feet to cor. No. 2. whence the discovery bears o. 66 deg. 64 min. W. 326.4 ft Thenca 8. 38 deg. 87 min. W. 601.6 feet to cor. No. 8. Thence N. 47 deg. 19 min. W. 1500 feet to cor. No. 4. on line 2-3 lot No. 50 Coyote kids, whence cor. No. 1 Crescent lode, this survey, bears a. m dear. 89 min. E. 720.6 ft Thence N. 38 deg. 37 min. E. 601.6 feet to cor. No. 1. the nlace of beoinninar. Fifteen hundred linear feet on tha North Star lode bearing gold, silver, copper and lead, the same being 625.2 feet northwesterly and 874.8 feet eoutheaatlv from the point of discovery thereon. with surface ground 800 feat in. width, and de scribed by the official plat and by the field notes on Hie In the office of tbe register of Caraon City Land District Nevada, aa follows, vis: Beginning at cor. No. L on Una 2-8 Crescent lode, this survey. , Whence: U. 8. M. M. No. 1 bean N. 22 dec. 49 min. E. 4890.2 ft Cor. No. t lot No. 89 Hillside lode bean S. 49 deg. 18 min. E. 477.1 ft Thence 3. T deg. 23 min. W. 600 feet to cor. No, J. - ..... Whence: ' f The discovery bears N. 71 deg. 46 min. E. 693.4 ft A pine tree. 18 ins. diam.. blazed and scribed B. T. 2-3452. bears N. 22 deg. 26 min. W. 18.2 ft A cedar tree, 18 ina. diam., blazed and scribed B. T. 2-3453, bears 8. 12 deg. 21 min. E. 20 ft Thence 8. 82 deg. 87 min. E. 2500 feat to cor. No. 3, whence witness cor. to cor. No. 8 bears 8. 82 deg. 87 min. E. 1 ft Thence N. 7 deg. 23 min. E. 600 feet to cor. No. 4. I . Whence: A pine tree, 16 ins. diam., blazed and scribed B. T. 4-1-3453. bears N. 80 deg. 42 min. W. 40.6 ft A pine tree, 12 ins. diam., blazed and scribed tj. for men who jtoil rc Levi Strauss " & Co' f Copper Riveted Overalls the kind that "WEARS" Ct't hill CLOSING UP SQUARE ma:e f eitcltvi ccnixn Notice For Bids. Kotic k hrebv riven that the truRtea of PU oeh School District No. 1. will receive bids at their office in Pioche. Nevada, tin to end an til noon 01 the ft nit day of March, 1W9, for the erec tion oi a two story, mix room brick achuol buildine; with boiler house mod healing plant, in accordance witn plans aim speciftcaucma adopted by i Trustees. Said plena and sneeification may be seen at the office of the Board of School TiUitees, arvi at the office of Liljenbery; and Mauser, aichiloctw, at Mait LJikeuity. Utah, All bids must be addressed to the Schcol True tees jf Pioche. Nevada, sod left with said TiUb-e- before the date of opening bids. Ail bids mai. Vie enclosed in settled envelope, properly add'-s&jd as above stated, and marked In one corner: Pro posal for the construction of Pioche Pub iv Sh.'j. building. So bids wul be eimsidered unl' iu 1 he conditions as herein set forth ure compiled, with. tMcn propueni must be accompanied by a c?' tified check for five per cent of theHmi;T bid. mads aikvable to the School TrusrecH u . 1J oche School district: conditioned th-it th" hu.c':,B- ful bidder will enter into a contract with muiI School TrQfHees and give a satisfactory bon'l with in two days after award is made, that hu vill complete his contract within a time as will bo de cided upon by the said Trustees. The certified checks of the unsuccessful bidders will be return ed to them immediately after the contract has been signed and the bond accepted. Serarate bids will be received for masonry, (car pen try including plaster in a and pain tins,) heat- ing ana piumbuur. Kurhts reserverd to reject any and all bids. Pioche School District No. 1, Br A. A. Carman. , , Chairman Said Board, Attest: By H. E. Freudenthsl, Clerk of said Board. First pub. Jan. 23; last pub. f eb. 27. GROUP OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS , NEARLY COMPLETED. D Priaclp da Gales La Priftreacia La Caraits (Dtgaurs at armairs Poetofllce Building Stcettt Can diet, Alwayt Frtth Summons In tha Justice Court of Calient Township, County of Lincoln. State of Nevada. J Q. Brown, Plaintiff, vs. Caliente tee, Power A Water Company, a corporation, and Robt. Bruere, Defendanta. The State of Nevada sends greeting to the Cal ient, Ice, Power A Water Co., a cor po ratios, and Kobt. Bruere. Defendants. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought aarainBt you by the above named nlaintitT. In tne above entitled court and to answer before the Justice of aaid Court, at hia office In aaid township, the complaint filed herein, within five daya if tha summons be served in the townshio or city in which this action ia brought; ten days if served out of th, townahip or city, but within the county in which the action ia brought; and twenty days if served elsewhere. Thia action ia brought to obtain judgment againat yen for the snm of 1125.00. money ad vanced you by thia plaintiff to promote your com pany and aecure a franchise from Lincoln county and costs of autt, aa more fully appears by tha complaint on tile Herein, to which you 'are fenred. And you are notified that if you fail to so ap pear and answer said complaint, as above re quired, aaid plaintiff will talpa judgment againat you for the sum ox 9IZ0.W and costs ox suit. Max, leara service and return nereox. Given under my hand this 19th day of October. 1WW. wm. u. Maynard. Justice of tha Peace. F. R. McNamee. Att'y for plaintiff. First pub. Jan. 16; last. Feb. 13. 'How many states are represented. Jn the roster of the occupants ot the house?" the clerk at one of the big gest Washington apartment houses was asked, and the reply was: "It would be much easier to tell how many are not. We have them from nearly every state In the union." A mere categorical elaboration of this assertion would be uninteresting. It is enough to Bay that one; of the big apartment houses numbers ' among its occupants, when congress !ls in ses sion, both senators from Idaho, a sena tor from Oregon, a senator, from Cali fornia, representatives from Pennsyl vania, West Virginia and j Ohio, the secretary of the French legation and scores of other persons equally as di versified with respect to residential antecedents. Another hag' a senator from Colorado, a senator from Mis souri, and representatives from the following states: Ohio, Texas, Colo rado; Missouri, Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, New York, Illinois and Min nesota, as well as the counsel of lega tion of Colombia and other people, of ficial and unofficial, from north, south, east and west. Another j apartment house contains two legations, those of Guatemala and Panama, the coun selor of the Japanese embassy, a sen a(pr from Maryland, one from Utah, and representatives from Illinois, New York, Ohio and Nebraska, The Chilean and Venezuelan legations are In apart ment houses, and nearly a score of diplomats have residences In apart ment houses. Statesmen as' rarely And themselves neighbors with others from their own state as do people not In public life. J Whether 1 the natives of varlous states are distributed among the apart ment houses in the same proportion that they are distributed in the city at large It is difficult to tell. It is hard enough to keep track of the number of apartment houses, which are spring ing up like mushrooms in various parts of the city, and such a task is hereby side-stepped, because there are already figures enough in this article. Mathematics give some people a head ache, and this Is not a lesson In arith metic. . T. 4-1-8453. bears N. 84 deg. 28 min. B. 29.6 ft. Thence N. 82 deg. ST min. W. 1500 feet to 1 cor. No. 1. the nlaoe of beginning. Fifteen hundred linear feet on the North Star Extension lode, bearing gold, ailver, copper and lead, the sam, being 531 feet northwesterly and 969 feet southeasterly from the point of discovery thereon, with surface ground 300 feet in width. and described by the official plat and by the field notes on fil, in the office of the register of Carson Citv and Land District. Nevada, as follows, via: Beginning at cor. No. 1, identical with cor. No, 4 North Star lode, thia survey, whence U, S, M, M. No. 1 bears K. 2 deg. 64 min. E. 4244.8 ft. Thence B. 82 deg. 87 min. E. 1500 feet to Cor. No. 2. Thence 8. 1 deg. 28 min. W. 800 feet to cor. No. 3. Thence N. 82 deg. 87 min. W. 1500 feet to cor. No. 4. identical with cor. No. 8 North 8 tar lode. this survey, whence the discovery bears N. of deg, 56 min. B. 609.S ft. Thence N. 7 deg. 28 min. 600 feet to cor. No. 1, the nlnre of heirinninar. Said Crescent Consolidated Mining Claim eon tains 70.991 acres (exchieive of area in conflict with lot No. 39 Hillside lode), and la unaurveyed nublic land. Range M. D. B. aV at. The names of adjoining and conflicting ctsima as shown by the plat of survey are lot No. 60 Coy ote lode on the northwest, and lot No. 89 Hillside lode on the southwest. I direct that thia notice be published In the Pioche Record, a weekly newspaper published at Pioche. Nevada, for tha period of sixty days. Louia J. Conn. Register. Chaa. Lea Horsey, Attorney for applicant. First pub. Jan. SO: last April 8. Poisonous Nettles of the Tropics. In tropical regions there are nettles far more powerful than that of our own country. The one called Urtlca stlmulans. which. Is found In Java, and that called Laportea crenulata, found In tiinaustan, wnen oruised emit an effluvium, which polsonously affects the eyes and mouth, and If handled pro duce convulsions and serious swelling I and pain in the arms, which may last ! for three or four weeks and in soma cases cause death. If there's moss on your back, scratch it off and BOOST FOR PIOCHE and buy lumber of" The L. E. Shelton Company. Forfeiture Notice. Pioche. Nevada. Jan. 1. 1909. To William H. Biecheien or whom it may con cern: . You ar, hereby notified that I have expended during the year 1908. One Hundred Dollars in la bor and improvementa upon tha Home Run lode aiming claim, attuated In the Bristol mining du triet. county ox Lincoln, state 01 Nevada, tne lo cation certificate of which ia found of record in Book 9. Page 116. in the ofhc of the recorder of said county, in order to hold aaid claim under the proviaion of section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of tha United States, and the amendment thereto. approved January 22, 1880, concerning annual la bor upon mining claims; being the amount to hold said lode for the neriod ending the Slat day of December A. D. 1908. And if. within ninety nays from the personal service of this notice, or within ninety days after the publication thereof. you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of rticn expenditure aa a co-owner, which amounts to FSB.3S 1-4 together with tne cost 01 tnie notice, your interest in the claim wiU become the Kropertycf the aubscriher, ' your co-owner, who aa made the required expenditure, by the terms of said section. UHAKLaH WHAUI. First publication, Jan. 9, 1909. Last publication, April 10. 1909. . When Finished, National Capital Wtl! Have Mdst Imposing Struc tures on This Continent, If Not in the World. The doors of a new 1 u z u r I o ns office building will swing open for 92 United States senators on their return to Wash ington in Decern ber. The last atone . haa been set in the monu mental structure. Apart from many costly furnishings and fixtures, the building costs the government $3,250.- 000. The interior construction is well under way. The furniture has been contracted for at 180,000. That means, in round numbers, something like $800 for each of the suites of two rooms. - Moreover, there is a big sub way between this office building and the -capltoI, through which the sena tors can travel without exposure to Inclement weather: It Is among the possibilities that rubber-tired jaunt ing cars, driven by stored electricity, will be- run to and fro tor senatorial convenience. Arcnuecturauy tne building Is an ornament to that legislative corner of the federal city. But it is much more than that, for the marble pile stands as next to the last to be completed before the magnificent square of pub lic buildings on Capitol hill will be reality. It will easily be the most splendid group of Imposing public buildings on this continent . and. It may be, in the world The capitol, which had cost 113 500,000 up to 1896, and which haa been renovated at an expense of $700,000 more since then, occupies the western side of the square. It does not fill in the whole of the space by any means, but looms forth in the midst of the capitol grounds as the most notable of all the many public buildings in Washington. Some time the east front of the old portion of the capitol building may be refaced with marble, so as to improve the architec tural appearance and symmetry. That, It Is estimated, will cost $1,200,000. Otherwise the capitol, which has been growth in construction for about half-century, is wellnigh completed. un tne soutn side of the square stands the new house office building of marble. ' It cost $3,100,000. It was opened to the representatives, with its 400 rooms, last December. Workmen are still putting finishing touches upon It, including outside "treatment." It Is almost an exact counterpart, in its exterior, of -the senate office building, which Is directly opposite, but on the north side and outside of the capitol grounds. - The house building fronts on B street south, and the " senate building . on B street north, as the streets Bre called in Washington. It is a distance of four city blocks between the two. That Is the width of the capitol grounds. Skirting one- halt of the eastern boundary of the grounds is the library ot congress, claimed by some to be the most beau tiful building of its size in the world. It cost $6,500,000. . The last structure contemplated for the square Is a temple ot justice, which will probably cost at least $5,000,000 more. It Is to occupy a great square Jost opposite the northwestern half of the capitol boundary, and it must be a counterpart of the library of congress. Speaker Cannon and Senator Hale, supported by friendly sentiment in both branches of con gress, are supposed to be contemplat ing aa appropriation tor that new building at the coming session, now that the senate office building is com pleted, , . ' , ; New Dignitary at the Capital. The Guatemalan minister attended a reception In Washington recentlv. As he was leaving he said to the negro who called the carriages: "Call Special Announcement Through an arrangement made with the management of the Deseret Evening News of Salt Lake, the Pioche Record is enabled to give ' both papers for just about the cost of one. Here's the proposition: The Pioche Record, reg ular price, one year, $2.50 Daily Deseret News, reg ular price, one year, $9.00 Regular price for both papers, $11.50. i Club Price For Both Pa pers, $9.00. The Pioche Record, regu lar price, one year, $2.50 Saturday Deseret News, regular pnee, one year, $2.00. ' Regular price for both papers, $4.50. v v Club Price For Both Pa pers $3.00. Terms strictly cash in ad vance. Send all remittances to' ':;;' The Pioche Record Pioche, Nevada OE EXE ines Bought and Sold i! E. F. FREUDENTHAL -A 4 t. Office: Pioche, Nevada SOI DOE The Pure Food amammaBBBaasBaasBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBaaaBaBBBBasBaaBaBBBBBBBsBBsaBssBssasBB " Guarantee By U. S. CARROL COUNTY RYE at CLARK'S THAT'S ALL awB-ak awljf, Ssvlsst atlas aaBaaj avB stash Batata hlaa) aHaal klatt lalaW taaata- fcMatj sAaat ' satalat) aSafa akaaaal aatlast fkftaS) afclam saaasaa aja sftsBt BANK OF PI0CHE,?Inc., CAPITAL $25, 000. 00 FULLY PAID 1. P. TOLTON. President M. L. LEE, Cashier DIRECTORS GEO. C. WHITMORE, Vice Freaident J. F. Tolton, E. A. Hodg-ea. John R. Cook, Chaa. A. Thompson, Geo. B. Greenwood, Geo. C. Whitmora, M. L. Lee. Give us your account JsHSSiSS- Wi will treal you right a) a 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 4 444 4y You know the place. You know the goods. the carriage of the Guatemalan min. wter you. understand; the Guate malan minister." "Yes, sir, under stand perfectly, sir," he replied, and then shouted at the top of his lungs: "The carriage for the watermelon minister!" Rather Effeminate. The Saucepan I wonder what makes the kettle so happy T It hasn't stopped singing all day. t . ' v .The Coffee-pot Why, didn't you no tice Its new lid? Puck. Forfeiture Notice. - Pioche, Nevada. Jan. 11, 1909. , To James S. Miller, or whom it may concern: You are noretaj notified that we. the under signed, have expended during the year 1908 Three Hundred Dollars in labor and improvement", $100 each, upon the Cockney, Seldom Seen and Crown lode mlnlnir cleime, situated in tnemgniana min ing; district, county of Lincoln, State of Nevada, the location certificates of which is found of rec ord in Book W, Pastes 87 and 88. and Book V. Pane aim, respectively, in the office of the recorder of said county, in order to hold said claim under the provialons of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and the amendment thereto, approved January 22. 1880. concerning- annual la bor upon minina claimtl; beinc the amount to hold said lode for the period ending the 31st day of December. A. D. 1908. And if, within ninety days from the aersonai eervice of this notice, or within ninety days after tha publication thereof, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as a co-owner, which amounta to $100, tog-ether with the cost of thia notice, your interest ia the claims will become the pro- Eroperty of the subscribers, your co-owners, who ave made the required expenditure, by the terms of said Section. Charles Emhcrson. James Knight. First publication. Jan. 80. 1909. ' Last publication. May 1. 1909. ' Notlcicf Dissolution. Notiea la "hereby riven, that the partnership heretofore existing- between tieors-e T. Banovich and A. H. Leach, under the firm name and style of De Lamar Meat Market, ia dissolved by mutual consent, the aaid George T. Banovich withdraw ing from said partnership and firm. All pcraona who are indebted to aaid firm prior to and Including January 15, 1909. are requested to come forward and make immediate payment, either to George T. Banovich or A. H. Leach, and all debta contracted by aaid firm prior to and in cluding January 1$, 1901, will be paid by tha un-denUs-ned, but no nthers. The busineiia of .general butchering m aaid town of DeLamar, will hereafter be conducted by A. H. Leach and G. W. Klcharda, at the aume location aa that heretofore conducted by the undersigned. Dated Jan. 25, 1909. . Geo. T. Banovich. A. H. Leach. Date of first publication. Jan. 90, 1909. Date of last publication, Feb. 20, 1909. GEORGE REED, Proprietor A gentleman's resort where courteous treatment is extended to all patrons. T i 1 IPi(Ddhi(B j Choicest Beef llll" ann Veal Pork ; M : -Sausage Hams Bacon 8 Sll- Veggies anil Fruit ; , , ; fresh .Rancn Eggs ' Ies for family aaa ana and a half east per poaad. .; -aaeUleeaae.na--aaaalineenaan.UUeaanMm "Marble Springs" WHISKEY CIGARS the Best Choicest of WINES Excellent SERVICE The P io che Cub Geo. W.Page Proprietor ' . Location Notices. The Pioche Record keeps a complete stock of location notices and other mining ' blanks in stock. Send in your orders for them. v To Prospectors. ., fc For' location notices or other forms of mining blanks, send to the Pioche ; Record. Prompt attention will be given.