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THE PIOCHE RECORD OCTOBER 2, 1500 ! r, Local and Personal W. A. rf'vee has returned frcm a trip -U Salt Lake. , .' Mrs. A. D. Knowlton has return i from Lob Angeles. W. C. Byrne of Salt. Lake arrived -ol ast night's train from the Utah capltal. - - Father Reynolds of the Catholic church left Wednesday morning for Las Vegas. E. P. Zeigler, a popular Salt Lake machinery salesman, Is in camp on a husiness trip. - - - Mrs. Harry Clark and daugnter of Salt Lake are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Whitney for a week. ' L. D. Fassett of Waureka, Okla homa,' has arrived la camp and thinks some of locating here permanently. . Mesdames C. A. Thompson and F. P. Thompson, spent Wednesday in Caliente visiting relatives ana menus. H. B. Frank is preparing to op n an assay office in the old Vienna bakery buiidlng, adjacent to the H11 jiway house. .t. ...... i i i.n ... i.;orfe . IstfeWtlTUi -well known letetVii: ttiflnr js nnui, has returned METHODIST SERVICES. Rev. Oscar Smith, Evangelist - From Las Vegas Comes Hera. '. ftfv. Otcar Smith, pastor of the Methodist t-nurch at Las Vegas, held services at iie T rion Sunday school building In this . y Monday and Tues .lay e-fctilugs and was greeted with good audiences. He expects to come to Picuhe i. aslonally to hold religi ous services, proi-ably once in every sixty days. . The Ciali. County Review speaks of i Rev. Smith s training in the follow ing: ; . "He comes of a - ministerial family He has four uncles, a father and two brothers in the active service, and an other uncle who was a Methodist pastor until he accepted his present position of chancellor of Epworth University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. "His theological training has been under the auspices of the St Louis conference board of examiners, who credit him with four years' work in Biblical Hebrew and Greek, exegesis, doctrinal and practical theology. His oratorical training consists in part of a three years' course In the Emerson ' School of Oratory Boston Massafhu-J aeus, we. leading scnool or its kind In th.$ Vnlted States, He has crossed the pcean twice and has traveled ex tensively in the eastern states. His classical course was pursued in PortJ - ersity and McKindree College, his alma mater. He has two degrees from the latter college. Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts. The for- ft4 - " - i A T1L T1U If Ik home after havir.e ben here on a teu r degree lndIcates a completion of da' 8 lh?i" iru ; .the classical course, and the latter ' A. D. Smith, president of the ' Pl oche Transportation company, return ed to Salt Lake this morning after a brief business trip. ' :ui.Y ' ; mi C. L. Werk Jr., of Cinclnnatti Is a visitor in camp this week.the guest of Ernest L. Godbe of the Consolidat ed Ploche Mines company. ' ' j "Edward Tl:on:art;on, manager of th l.ly Valley mine, has written th Record ironi Paris that he expeci to trrive in Pioche during the pres 4 enl. month " John Janney, president of the Last Chance Mining company, was in the City this week to attend court dur ing the trial ofv the cases of M. L. Lee and James Lemolne against the Last Chance corporation. , Dean R. Low returned last evening from Los Angeles. , Mrs. Low, he re ports, has recovered from her re cent Illness sufficiently to travel and has gone to Chicago with her mother, y ith whom she will remain until she fully recuperates her health. Nothing but bonded Whiskies car ried at the Alamo. ' Thanksgiving Program. The Catholic ladies have engaged the Thompson Opera House for Thanksgiving night and they will pre pare a good program for the occasion. Fuel Prices Reduced. The Inter Mountain Coal company, whose; advertisement appears else--where in this paper, has announced ;a reduction in the price of Rock iSprlnga, Kemmerer and Castle - Gate .coal. Deliveries will be made to Pi oche patrons at $11.50 per ton. Doll Gets Decision. The case of Samuel Doll vs James Tulloch. tried in the district court 'this week, resulted in a decision in ' favor of the plaintiff. The caselnvolv- -title to certain mining ground Jner the Ely Valley mine. Mr,,. Doll was -de clared to be the owner, of a half In terest, in the property in. UtlgatlpnA The, best is the cheapest. It costs Seas to get the best Whiskeys In Ploche at the Alamo. degree two years of advanced Latin done in absentia." He graduated from McKindree with an average of ninety-seven and two thirteenths, the highest made at that lnstifuion in Its eighty years of history. . "He held a pastoral charge most of the time he was in school, as well as : Flnce then. For a time he was assist '. ant pastor of one of the leading Meth odlst churches i in St. Louis, later be coming pastor of the Walnut Park M. E. church, a charge In the west side i . 1 1 fhn do in a tfv la avonoAl1arlt ! in his nature and has held his own revival meeting in the charges he has served as well as in some others. In his seven years' ministerial exper ience he has built two chapels and has' added more than six hundred people ' - to the membership of the Methodist church." EVIDENCE OF FRAUD Sensational Ending of Suit Over At lanta Mining Ground. Through the fact that evidences of fraud and forgery were brought out Ma .tthe case of B. u. Stone vs Mrs. -K. c. Flsner and otners, wmcn was tried in the district court this week, Judge Brown rendered a decision in favor of the plaintiff, who was award ed absolute title to the Belle McMul- lln lode mining claim in the Atlanta mining district. It appears that Stone had purchas ed the property involved; that he bad been given a bill of sale from on C. McMullln," who claimed to be the original locator. Mrs. Fisher who atone time lived with McMullln as his wife set up the claime that ti tle to the property was vested in her; but after hearing the evidence, Judge Brown arrived at the conclusion that her contention was based wholly on fraud, wheupon he rendered the de cision stated. V t Somewhat of a sensation was sprung at the close or- the trial when the attorneys for Mrs. Fisher, Charles Lee Horsey and M. M. War- rer made apologies to the court, de claring . that they - had., entered - the case In good faith; believing that their client had given them the facts. James W. Abbott was called as a handwriting expert and testified that some of he names attached to papers through which the defense endeav ored to establish title to the ground were forgeries. ' V in Have you seertShat splendid Linel of SLK PETTICOATS displayed our Windows this Week? We have (t finest Assortment ever brought to Ploche. We' want you to come In ' and see them and let us quote price? which we know almost invarial ly means a sale. , V'e'ar4 also showing this week an elegant line of KIMONOS, which have just arrived from the east. Among the lot are some Beauties. They are not going to last long and tha sooner you come the better the assortment to select from. 1 Something else that will please you is a ndw shipment of L A D I E 8' W A I S T S, which has Jus arrive t you want something Exquis itely nice Hr Is YQur Opportynit,v t ill! ....... .v., . What is nicer than a well filled Wardrobe of Up-To-Date NECKTIES? The latest Styles for Fall and Winter wear have arrived. It's no trouble to show them. 'While you are in we can fit you out with SHIRTS, COL LARS and UNDERWEAR. By the way! We are still sellling those pretty SWEATERS that we spoke about last week. You know what a comfort thW are these Chilly Nights. "DeWitt Seriously III. Ralph DeWitt was taken to Salt :Ike early in the week suffering fro -serious Internal complications. He underwent an operation and accord JLag to late accounts, was considered to be in a critical condition, with odds against him for recovery. In New Quarters. George Page has moved the Ploche Club Into the new Powers building on If alni street where be has fitted up the finest liquor dipensary in .' the west. .The furnishings are costly; the ' decorations elaborate and on the whole, it Is an attractive place to drop into. Sj lfr jg DUPONT ACQUITTED. 'Younti Ranffdman Declared Not Re- , sponsible For Killing Davis. Ernest bupont has been acquitted of th$ murder of . Elmer Davis at Oneota last June, for which he stood trial in the district court last week. The Jury brought in a verdict of not guilty last Saturday night after hav In been out about ' an hour, where upon the defendant was given his liberty. Accompanied by bis mother and sis ter, Dupont left Tuesday morning for Pocatello. Idaho, where the Duponts 'reside. . 4c ' - - V 4c 4c 4c $ .' 4c Hodges-Cook Mercantile Company, E. A, HODGES, Manager r.'.EYf'Cr.LCS GREATEST SEWIX8 UACKIXE LIGHT RUNNING. r. r Mm W 1 0 Ift' IB 0 CLARK'S PLACE OIVORCES GRANTED. Prof. Sleek and Mandolin Kline 8eek Freedom and They Get It. Two mlsmated couples were freed from the holy bonds of matrimony by Judge Brown in the district court this week. Arnold Sleek, the musician brought suit some months agb against Mary Sleek, whom he claimed in the complaint had gone back .to mama; leaving him out in the cold world bereft of a place which he could call home. He , pleaded with her to come hack but in vain. Accordingly, suit was brought upon the ground of dls eertion. The professor told his story of domestic sorrow and when he had finished, the decree was granted. f yon wantewnera VHnnBnntuL Koiaiy Shuttle or a Single Thread Chain Btitchl Bewlnc MACbine write to TKE REV MS! CEWIRI MACHINE WSMIV Orange, Mm. Knr Mtrinf taaehtiiM ar md to Mil rccrdtM ot ualitr, but tb HW JUOm li mada to wtMt. ' Our raiBiy nw runt out, PeM fry MlkrlM4 dwlen ly ,. ,." : ' VOK BALB VI ...... Hesci Mercantile Co. : HOTELS OF PIOCHE. FOR RENT Furnished house-for Mandolin Pr month, Inquire at Drug Store. woe in which she said she had left a good home back in Minnesota to wed Frank M. Kline. For awhile, their - domestic relatons were , con genial and her life was happy. But afterawhlle, Frank's affections wan-f-d and for lo these many months he has failed to contribute to her sup port. In the meantime, Mrs. Kline de clared, she has been obliged to pro vide for herself by seeking employ ment as a domestic and more recently Price House The Leading Hotel of Pioche Nicely furnished rooms with heatli ;j ; Reasonable Rates Pioche - Nevada L Choice Wines, Liquors r v Club House in '" and Cigars Connection COLD BEER ON DRAUGHT J. A. dLAEJEI, Flronrietor. DEEDS Darcraln and Gale Mining Quit Claim For Sale At This Ofnce 10c eWitt . Foiarttxs and Traisfir AgssSs ' Biaiars Ji Wood wd Coal " AeMta far Um CtMnUi Tutor SchaUlar Waeoa " pwxe us youh mm m an tin u n n New Mining Journal. , A new technical mining journal. Mines and Methods, has been estab lished at Salt Lake by . Claude T. Rice, who, for a number of years was a member of the staff of the Engl teering & Mining Journal ..of New York. The first issue of the publica tion has reached the Record office. has conducted a lodging house In this V Tv" edited Jai,nX dot,bltlwlu,re- terests of the lntermountain region. city. Vienna Bakery , Fresh Bread, Pies and ' Cakes daily - When you want mining and real estate deeds, come to the Ploche Rec ord office for them. We sell them. I EXCHANGE I a I B it The Finest of W I N E S LIQUOR S and ' G A C I K 8 J. G. Browk 1 u i ; Reward For Cunningham Sheriff Butler has offered a re ward of $50 for the apprehension of A. O. Cunningham, formerly deputy count tecorder and auditor. Mr. Cunningham it seems, among his other transgressions, forged a county warrant amounting to (200... He was secretary of the Ely Athletic As sociation and came near putting the association out of business by his careless method of handling its funds. He was also "short" with a good many fdends around town. As dep uty recorder and' auditor he wag un der bond with a bonding company which will no doubt see that he Is apprehended in 'due time. Ely Record. PIOCHE COUPLE WED. Father Reynolds Ties Knot At Th4 Fltzgerald-Smlth Nuptials. ' The marriage of J. W. Fitzgerald, brother ot Deputy Sheriff C. P. Fitz gerald, and Miss Margaret Smith, was solemnized at the Catholic church last Wednesday morning, high mass being said by Father E. P. Rey nolds. The bride and croom enjoy the ac quaintance of a host of friends in PI ' oche, who Join with the Record la extending congratulations. , Go to the Record for Job printing.