Newspaper Page Text
PAIS TIH'. THE PIOCHE RECORD TfZyZ'ZR 4, 1909
i 4 ' EARTH IN PATH OF COMET. NOTICE. Ok ouy THE GREAT TJimimiG CALX? OF sdpnjTEnsnm bievauda Is Reached Only By Trains of The ILAEES IS Close Connection Made at Caliente, Nevada From Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. For Further Information Vrite To T. C. PECK, Gen. Pass. Agent Los Angeles, Calif. K. C. KERR, Dis. Pas. Agent Salt Lake City, Utah- :; Will Pase Threwflh Gates of the Tail on May 13 Next "Halley's comet will not only pass across the face of the bud oo May 18, but the earth1 will pass through the tail tit the c-otnet." said Director Kd- ward Cmiti' IVherlng of me liar--rJ UkivoiNiry i;!sei vuiory tbe itu t da j. "The tall of the comet is made up of gases acetylene, carbonic and several others. The gas will be rareued. so that we ahull not perceive It. In case these pises were apparent to the people the result would be very dis agreeable. "In 18(30, when another comet was passing, there was a great display of shooting stars. We may have such a manifestation when Halley's comet passes us, . . "The comet called Halley's comes near the sun" every seventy-five years or so. Scientists knew that the comet was .due next spring. . The matter, then, was precisely ' as If we knew -where & railroad was. but didn't know where the train was on the track. ' So toe' several astronomers began tcf watch for the comet and to figure what time it would arrive at the sun station, so to speak: The Rev. Father O. B Searle calculates that the comet will cross the son's face May 18. and, aa he la a careful observer, his calcula Hons art probably -orrect." NotUe In hereby given that the board i county commissioners of Lincoln county, Nevada, "will at its Dwtin?- to be held Monday, Jan uary 3, 'S-IO. receive sealed bids for jtri tnuny advertising and job print ; ff.i the year 1910. Bids for the a ! . tic'c.ft acd job printing, to be Bub t,ciaifciy. Aaveriibing to be bid upon at so much per legal square, aa t' fi'..cd by the statute. ... In the bids for the job printing a statement of the quality of sto?k to be used in the different work U re- Tim iinbrd reserves the right to re- ect any and a'l bids submitted. By orkr of the hoard. " WM. E. ORR, ..-- clerk. PlMt pub. Nov. 20; last, Dec. 25. CHAPEL IN EVERY HOUSE. 4V cUameo s.o Isjeobitt True .ffiEeiryiMsinQ Dry Goods, a complete stock. Boots, Shoes and Hats. One IPrice TPo All 3 Main Street - m Pioche : I PIOCHE MANUFACTURING CO. PLUMBER S, STEAM FITTERS AXD SHEET fffi WORKERS, AIR PIPES, TANKS AND SAFETY STACKS A SPECIALTY. PLUMBING AND STEAM PITTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PIPE FITTING AND VALVES. Estimates given oh all worx on application. O. H ' SMITH. Manatrpr. J. S. FREE E. A. TAYLOR FREE & TAYLOK , Mines and Mining Engineering Mines Bought and . : . - Sold. Prospects Developed 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." "Marble Springs" WHISKEY CIGARS the Best ... Choicest of WINES Excellent SERVICE The f iod&e ux& Geo. V7. Page P rop r ieto r 3 APPLICATION FOR PATENT. i Serial No. 04327. : UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. CARSON CITT, Nevada October 1, ' Notice Is' hereby given" lhat' Jennie M. Miller, . whose residence 1 and .- post office ' address la ' Brookline, Massa chusetts, by Milton M. Lee, her at torney In fact,1, whose residence and postoffice address is Pioche, Nevada, has-made -application-' for- a United States . patent for the General Grant Lode Mining Claim Consolidated, sit-! pate in Ely Mining .District, JL-Incoln county, Nevada, consisting . of 1500 linear feet of the General Grant lode location and 1500 linear feet of the General Grant No. .1 lode location with surface ground with each not exceeding 600 feet in width, as shown upon the official plat, being U. S. M. S. No. 3701, described in the field notes and plat of the official survey on file in this office with magnetic variation at 16 degrees, 20 minutes east, as follows to wit: ; Conmencing at post No. 1, a cor ner of the Genera Grant lode, from which the section corner to sections 20, 21, 28 and 29, T. 1 N., R. 67 E., Mt. Diablo Base and Meridian bears north 67 degrees, 35 minutes, 47 sec onds east 618.2 feet distant; thence north 84 degrees, 52 minutes east 1 ,000 feet" to corner No. 1 nt oati , General Grant No. 1 lode from which ta aforesaid scetion corner bears north 71 degrees West 448.9 feet dis tant; thence south 5 degrees, 8 min vtes east 600 feet to corner No. 2 ef said lode; thence south 84 degrees 52 minutes west 1500 feet to corner No. 3 of said lode; thence north 6 degrees, 8 minutes west 600 feet" to corner No. 4 of said lode; thence south 8) degrees, 52 minutes west 500 feet to corner No. 2 of said Gen eral Grant lode; thence north 58 de grees, 16 minutes west 1500 feet to corner No. 3 of said lode; thence nort 84 degrees 52 minutes east 1000 feet to corner No. 4 of said lode; thence south 58 degrees, 16 minutes east 1500 feet to said corner No. 1, the place of beginning; containing a to tal area of 41.321 acres, expressly excepting and excluding therefrom however, 1.727 acres, are in conflict between - said General Grant No. 1 ode and the Swansea No. 7 Lode, unsurveyed, the ' total area claimed and applied for being 39.594 acres. These claims are situated in sec tions 20, 29 and .28, . T. IN., R. 67 E., Mt. Diablo Base and Meridian. . Each of said lode locations embrac ed within said mining claim eonsoli-rtated-bein!? of record in the office of the recorder of said mining district at Pioche, in Lincoln county, Nevada. - The nearest known locations are the. Legal Tender and Tribune, sur vey No. 3557, Red Rock No. 2. sur vey No, 3661 and Swansea No. 7 lode nsurveyed. , ... I direct that this notice be publish ed in the Pioche Record at Pioche," Nevada, the newspaper published nearest said mining claim, for a per iod of sixty days. v - LOUIS J. COHN, .' ";. ' - Register. Lawrence A Robertson, Attorneys for applicant, Salt Lake City, Utah. First pub. Oct. 9; last Dec. 11. PhiUd!phian' Novel Suggestion For ' th PrivaU Worship of God.s The uovel suggestion tbat a chapel be set apart for the worship of God in every bouie in . America baa been made by a I'bllndelphiiau and baa met with tbe hearty and even enthusiastic approval of many of tbe most distin guished churchmen and beads of edu cations! institutions In the United States, Canada and England. The suggestion la made by Joseph R. Wilson, a member of the PbUadel phla bar, who resides at Overbrook. ' Mr. Wilson bad a chapel 6 by 6 feet In his former home at 4830 Cedar ave nue, where bU children said their morning and evening prayers and ' where be says be himself gathered in spiration for bis daily work. In his present home at Overbrook be haa a temporary chapel, but Intends building an extension for a permanent one. PEARY INSURED FOR $50,000. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. SERIAL NO. 04537. Carson City -Land office. Carson City, Nevada, November 29, 1909. Notice la hereby given that Mark Churich, ; postoffice address, Pi oche, Nevada, has made applica tion - for patent to the Silver Star Consolidated Claim, Survey No. 3747, tonsisting of the Silver Star and Apr! lodes, in unsurveyed T. 1 S., R. 66 " E. M, D. B. and M. In Comet Min ing district, Lincoln County, Nevada, described as follows: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, April lode, whence the 8. .W W. Cor. Sec. 32, T. 1 N R. 66 E. M D. B. and M. hears N. . 29 deg. . 19 H1IU. TV. 90V. & AL-- tUVUW iO deg. 49 mln. E. 1500 ft to Cor. No. 2 April . lode, same. ' being Cor. . No. It Silver Star lode" thence N. 73 deg. 9 min. E. 1500 ft to Cor. No. 2, Silver Star lode) thence S. 21 deg. 87 mln. E. 600 ft to Cor. No. 3, Sil ver Star lode; thence S. 73 deg. 49 mln. W. 1500 ft to Cor. No. 4, Sil ver Star lode, being also. Cor. No.' t, April lode; thence S. 73 deg. 4t mln. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 4, Ap ril lode, thence N. 21 deg. 37 mln. W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 1, April lode, the, . beginning. There are no adjolnta; or conflicting claims as shown by the', plat of aurvey,-.01..record. in books Z," page 377 and "CI, page 385, of mining notice in Lincoln County, Nevada.' -. $ -4 Loma j, coHNt J . .. 'V. Register.. Magazine Proprietors Who Bought Ex 5; r prorars 8tor Took' Qvt Policy. To protect their Interests the pro prietors of Hampton's' Magatlne, who CULLED FROM STATE EXCHANGK. ! Deeds, Mortgages, Location notices and other blanks for sale at the Rec trd office. The Record is informed ' that the Ely-Goldfleld road will be christened' i "Tho WW Pniito" whinh It will noe. JS .iSSr T t,n aU literature and advertising; Robert E. Peary 150,000 for tbe serial 1 throuihoii th " -' ' u rlfhta to his story pf hi. Journey to I v K?0Ut h ea8t- TnIs -the north pole and the accompanying , , r, ,eather 'n Ely's cap, and will pictures, have taken out a policy of , f,ve tremendous lot of advertis Jjisurance on the commander life for lng The manaement of the road $50,000: Commander Peary passed the 18 of opinion that the fame of doctors' test- . .. : 4 Ely, which is , world-wide, . will be of The policy will decrease In value ! pdvantase ln attracting attention and $5,000 a month for ten months, when bU8me8 to its line. It. will be but It' will expire, making the fixed vajae 1 Bhort time jintil tickets wjll be of the Peary articles as they appear 00 ,a,e from a11 eastern points to $5,000 each. . southern California via "The Ely ' ' ' -"'' ' j Route," which will attract travel The. 8tudent at Bryn Mawr. U. Y.. Rt Ely -Ely Record. , have; formed B self government club ! " ' ' thelbbject of which Is to abolish-all New8 from Cherry Creek district teasing of young girls just . entering 13 r the most encouraging nature college.; The club Is made np from the Dpper classes and has the approval of President Thomas. ine t tar mm is pounding away steadliy, with'most satisfactory re tirns. Much assessment work is be ing done throughout the distrlct.and the probabilities are that several of the older companies will resume op ei ations in the spring. The success 01 the Star mill is most encouraging to other companies, and demonstrates v hat can be accomplished by modern "io" io ...1 i.i u.. iJieiuouo 01 miniue. . mere 1a more .. ia mini uiuu miuinuil uv . . . ' . , the legislature, to whic h body it will -belng accomplished at Cherry Creek be Dresnfl hv ivnuk ss Mnrria h,, ' at the present time than ln any other MUSKRAT AS A "DELICACY." 8cheme to Protect the. "Varmint" For j ;r, Table Use. fi It the petiti(n tbat is being circu lated a long Chester pike near Stmron a sufficient number of names are Hf flxed. theretwlll be n "closed" season for shooting aud trapping luuskruts, which at preseut are not protected by law. ' ln the petitlou It is requested that the open season be from Nov. 1 to March 15. inclusive. At present tbe flesh of" t lie muskrat is considered a "delicacy." coniptiruble to ' possum, which', together with the craze for coat linings of muskrat skiit. It is said, will mean thnt the rodent will be extermi nated unless some means are taken to protect It New Twelve Cent Stamp. Postmaster General Hitchcock has approved the issuance of a twelve cent postage stamp. With tbe iucreiise f the registry fee to 10 cents such a stamp Is needed to cover the reglKtra tioa charge and a single rate of letter postage. The new stamp will bear a profile portrait of George Washington from Houdon's bust. Tbe background .and border design are Identical with those on the other stamps of the new series. Tbe color has not been defi nitely decided. This stamp will take '.he place of the thirteen cent one now cmp in the county outside of the Ely district. Ely Record. S. F. Hunt, W. S, Larsh and E1. Opdyke have purchased the jnterest of their partner, Walter A. Perkins in several groups of v mining claims at Hamilton which they have been developing for the past year. These gentlemen have been operating under, a partnership agreement the firm name of ..which in the future will be Hunt, Larsh & Opdyke. The work t development will be continued throughout the winter, ..when the toads clear In the spring they Will . ommence shipping, ore via Ely "'to Salt Lake smelters. Ely Record. r With the increasing production of lead ores in this and . surrounding districts, the demand for a lead stack becomes constantly more imperative. It is probable that the Steptoe poe ple will arrange ' for such a plan during the coming year: It . is stat ed unofficially that the company will put in the stack: 'if the producers of the county wil guarantee 300 tons of or per day to keep it going. Ely Rtcord.