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THE PIOCHE RECORD AUGUST 14, 1909 I 0 I mm 0 9 Q 0 9 8 0 9 9 i.i 8 ... Thereareasmany kinds of Engines as there are watches. Fairbanks-Horse Engines are the full-jewelled kind. " i "- v -J? NEW BELLE OF WHITE HOUSE. Over thirty-five thousand Fairbanks-Horse I Engines in actual use with as many satisfied ji customers. i Can You Afford to 1 Experiment? IFafiE,lbamMsK!L(a)ff e (CdPo 218-220 S. West Temple About April 1st in our new building, Second South and First West Streets, Salt Lake City, Utah. NISSEN STAMPS STEAM PUMPS STEAM HOISTS BOILERS, MINE, MILL AND SMELTER SUPPLIES AND FAIRBANKS STANDARD SCALES ames S.o Klesbiti 0 9 9 (Deir'Mnmaini I h The Dry Goods, a" complete stock. Boots, Shoes . and Hats. Dae Price To AM r rr " i n main Street Pioche 8 3f0f9 . "Thirteen" and a "Sit." A "thirteen" In money was a small coin in circulation in Ireland In the early part of the nineteenth century, equivalent in value to thirteor pence, and was known locally as a "thir teen." A "bit" In money means any small coin, as a four-pen j bit, a six-penny bit. Specificially it is the name of a small West Indian coin, wcrtli about ten cents. In parts of the United States there was formerly current a small coin (called in some states', a Mexican shilling), of the value of 12 1-2 cents, and this "was called a 'bit." In the Canadian West to-day a. "bit" ia said to be 15 cents, and 25 cents represents "Wo bits." ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? If so see A. L. KIMBALL, Contractor and Builder of Lumber, Concrete, or Cement Blocks Plans and specifications drawn Work guaranteed Terms Reasonable viiice hi tins iyx. vrrutiui xiuuoc ua tiuuro ouccu "aj J. S. FREE E.A.TAYLOR FREE Cs TAYLOR Mines and Mining Engineering Mines Bought Sold. Prospects Developed and Mines Examined and Reported On Information concerning Pioche furnished on application. Salt Lake City office 331 D. F. Walker Bldg. Pioche, Nev. office Thompson Blk. Comprehensive Recipe. Leech, tbe famous artist of London Punch, was at his best as an enter- asked him one day, after' Heecn had given him a delectable dinner at his lodgings in Scarborough, how h made such good champagne-cup. "The la gredients," he replied, "of which liiis refreshing beverage is composed, and which is highly recommended by the faculty for officers going abroad and all other persons stopping at home, are champagne, ice and aerated wa ter; but. in consequence of advancing years, always forget the seltzer." Helen Herron Taft Will Be Popular in Washington. Helen Herron Taft has followed in her father's footsteps in choosing her nsorit intimate friends in Washington fror.i the "army set." Whai Gen. Bell r.:ic". Gen. Clarence Edwards are to tLe new president, young ladies like i.i.:.i Ajleshire and Miss Webster are to enly daughter. At ifce same time she has formed ::y e'ese friendships at school, and these ues are bringing Hiss Taft an ever-increasing number of invitations to tfevcte her vacations to house par ties, and will result in the presence of r.:r.ny youthful residents of many diile;tnt cities when the time comes for Miss Taft to make her debut in the White House something for which , Mrs. Taft has as yet planned but ten (ailvely. .- Tha newly chosen first lady of the land expects her only daughter to become a White House debutante, of coarte, but she has also expressed the hr i;e that this social inaugural can be deferred for a year or two, principally bc-caube the new president, who Is vastly proud of his brilliant and stu dious daughter, will be disappointed if she does not fulfill the promise made at her entry, when, as mentioned, she won the prize for highest honors in the entrance examinations. The new White House belle is, like her mother, a member of the Episco pal church. She was reared in the atmosphere of that denomination, al most her first schooling, save for that of German and English tutors, hav ing been obtained at the Cathedral School for Girls. She was confirmed by the late Bish op Satterlee in a class that also in cluded Miss Ethel Roosevelt and the Misses Julia and Alice von Meyer, daughters of the present postmaster general. At Murray Bay, Miss Taft at tended, thjj Union church refrseijt-i'-g fusing of all the denominations in the little Canadian church, and now ehe and her mother will become oc cupants of the presidential pew, va cated by Mrs. Roosevelt and Miss Ethel In St. John's, the quaint .old fashioned and exclusive "court chorch" which rears Its red tower directly across the park from the White House. Medicine In the Sea. The sea, according to cerJcirr rclent ists, can furnish not only nouvlsfcment, but medicine. A distinguished French practitioner prescribes the drir.'Kfng of sea water as a cure for diabetes, the water being aerated in ordor to re move its impurities and, to some ex tent, Its nauseous flavor. It has also been administered with success ia cases of bronchitis and pleurisy. Ex periments carried out on consmuptlvei patients show that subcutaneo;ts in. Jections of sea water are benefic ial, at all events in the early stages of tuber culosis. Bread made with; sea water is said by those who have? tried it to be most appetizing and nourishing. Get plenty of sleep. Nothing lines the face like night3 of wakefulness. Keep mentally alert. An Intellectual! back num.ber adds years to her seem ing age. Nothing makes for youth, like a young mind, save perhaps a young heart. Don't let yourself get sluggish ancC Indifferent. Here is where the benefit of massage, physical culture, and a vital interest in life comes in Don't let your face reflect every perplexity. The woman who keeps young need not wear a mask, but she should guard against the so-called "speaking countenance," if she doea not want a fine crop of wrinkles. And all because humanity is learn ing to define itself and find itself. Persecution, injustice and crime are no longer world-wise or evea na tional. And It is developing acceleration and momentum in the right directions, faster than ever. Acquiring a Reputation. "How did that man get the reputa tion of being such a profound thinker?" "By talking on subjects that nobody understands and thereby avoiding the chance of having his arguments defi nitely refuted." BfcQ TAX NOTICE. The collection of the dog tax li cense, as provided in tne ordinance recently passed by the County Com missioners, will begin August 1. Own ers of dogs in the Town of Pioche must go to the office of the Coun ty Clerk to pay license and receive tags. All dogs caught running at large wltuhot collar and tag after the date stated will be killed. ALEX. ORR, - Night Policeman and Town Mar shal. First Inst., July 24; last, .'j CI. BANK OF PIOCHE, INC. IPiOCHE, NEVADA. CAPITAL FULLY PAID, $25,000.Kr INTEREST PAID ON TIKE DEPOSITS. C. it. WBITMOBB, IWdMi. ' The RECORD office Is the beat place in southern Nevada to get job printing done- Neat work and moder ate prices. CEO. B. GRKENWOOD.'.VIcc-PrcaL1 . MILTON LCLEE, Cathiar :DIRECTOItSs Gears B. GrMnw4, G. H. Whitman, N. P. laaom. E. A. Hadcn, C. A. Tmiihi, Jafca R. Caok.. K. L. I La. we have the, organization: the resources the location WE WILL GIVE YOUB BUSINESS SAFE AKD PROFITABLE ITTEKTItt r IE 0 S. THOMPSON Co,H Wholesale and Retail Dealers (General KGerchandise Hardware Tiawara Glassware Hay Grain Flour fuse t Powder Caps Gents' Furnishing- Goods Confectioneries Patent Medicines Wines Liquors Cigars StKl and Other Mining Supplies Agents For Standard das Lights also Agents for Pabst Hoc 4 ATT.W(DSSRfIIA Are now in effect to Los Angeles, Long Beach and San Pedro as follows for the round trip: PIOCEIE 027.65 Acoma - - - $29.25 Las Vegas - - 16.80 Caliente - - 24.25 Moapa - - - - 19.75 Jean - - - - - 16.00 On sale every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday un til September 25th. Good for return until Septem ber 30th. GO MI COOL BREEZES BLOW P. S. If Ygu Have An lisa Of (Msg E33t This Sonar, Tbcre Arc taions To Ksny Peizls, lUi EaTEst Ajt Jfccist It. ? , r : : : t ter : He t He Ht 1 " w i 1 1 innHnHn '5 4 fzJiitJ'.xZ.'