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THE PIOCHE RECORD DEGEMBLR 18, 1109 t . 4 4t 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4 4c 4c 4c 4t 4c 4c , 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c s 5 0 0 0 8 m B 8. EHKEXB - . aaa aivise the Board of Coun- ... : Commissioners in. the exercise -jo posers and jurisdiction rel- -u.e to the government of said town ':' 'Uwi.e teat are conferred - upon sla Board of County Commissioners j by the provisions of "An Act Provid-iui- fjr. the iLjovemment of Towns 1 1 am Cities in this State," approved .?brary. 26th." 1881; to prepare and TEIE GELEATT - - mnrjnrjG catjp of " .. ' souTrnflEEaKr biievaepa Is Reached Only By Trains of The i SAE.1T ILAUSE mODIUiriE Close Connection Made at Caliente, Nevada From Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. For Further Infoimatiati Vrite To T. C. PUCK, Gen. Pass. Agent Los Angeles, Calif. K. C. KERR, Dis. Pas. Agent Salt Lake City, Utah- J 4c t - ' , TELL OF HISTORIC SPOTS. J WHHH ft antes Ao Kleobitt 8 0 ORDINANCE. Dry Goods, a complete stock. Boots, Shoes and Hats. ns IPs-ice To All c 1 Main Street Pioche 8 9 a 8 8 JH PJOCHE MANUFACTURING CO. JUKIEFS, S1DDI fITTERS AKD'SHT METAL WCFKEM, ' AIR PIPES, TANKS AMD SAFETY STACKS A SPECIALTY. PLUMBING AND STEAM FITTING ItW ALL ITS BRANCHES. PIPE FITTING AND VALVES. v Estimates given on all wr. on .appillcidSon. The Board of County Commission ers , of the County of Lincoln, in the State of Nevada, in execution of . the powers of government of the Town of Poche In said County ' and State, invested in them, do .. hereby enact and adopt an ordlnanc for said Town of Pioche, which or dinance shal be known as Chapter J X of the Ordinances of the Town of Pioche and shall be as follows: , Chapter X An ordinance providing ft i the estblishment of an Advisory Hoard in and, for the Town of Pioche. in the County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, the aDnointment of the members thereof, prescribing their powers and duties, and ofher mat ters properly connected therewith: Section I A Board to be known as, The Advisory Board of the Town of Pioche, in the County of Lincoln, andt present to sail Board of County Com missioners such ordinances, rules .cii regulations for the govern ment of said Town of Pioche, as ia -the judgment of . said Advisory Loard, the local public needs, from, time to time, require, and to rec ommend their adoption; to investigat and determine the sufficiency and condition of public highways, streets and alleys of said Town of Pioche, and to recommend, . whenever they deem it advisable, the laying out of new streets, highways and alleys in s -id Town, and : the extension, and alteration of streets, highways and alleys already existent; also to rec ommend to said Board of County Commissioners such grading, drain ing, cleaning, widening, or otherwise improving the streets, highways and alleys of said Town, as the public interest requires; also to recommend Lo said Board of County Commlsslon rs such construction, repair, and action for preservation of sidewalks, biidges.dralns, sewers, and other pub i'.c improvements, within the said Town, as is in accord with Bound pub lic policy. V " And to the end that the recommend at ions of said Advisory Board may bo presented undersiandiugly to said Foard of County Commissioners', and it by said Board of County Commis sioners acted upon favorably, may be executed with def initenes and pre cision, it is hereby made the duty of tr.id Advisory Board to accompany a) its recommendations, when feas ible and practicable, with plans and specifications of the public improve ments , recommended, with detailed estimates of the probable expense thereof. It is hereby provided that nothing 'u the .ordinance hereby, adopted fhall be construed as conferring any power or authority upon such" Advis ory Board to in any manner partici pate in the management or control o any matters already within the Trwer and Jurisdiction of the Board Of Fire Commissioners of said Town of Pioche. , , Section ,VI The power is hersby vested in, and " it is hereby made the duty of, the Advisory Board of eirorlal : Tablets on Washington v ' Houses of Interest to Visitors. Visitors to Washington find the city spotted with small wooden tablets, nadc in imitation of bronze, erected . by a committee of citizens under the ctlon of the inaugural committee. These tablets mark , certain historic laces, buildings in which famous men . once lived or worked. Bites upon which their homes stood, hotels and churches identified with the lives of statesmen, the scenes of important happenings. There are in all nearly 200 of these markers, every one of them interest ing. Studied by the stranger with cata logue In hand, they disclose the long historic,, perspective of Washington. They present the story of the national capital as it is written In the records of men and events. t Many of the landmarks are parsing from view, for Washington is in a state of change. It is growing rapidly, tnd its growth involves sacrifices. The older buildings are being replaced by new ones, epd steadily the urban area :s extending into the suburbs and, the newness of modern residence nad spartinent house construction is en velrp'ng the territory, In a few years, ui c Es permanent marks are estab lished, most of the historic buildings . will have been swept away, without traces kft tp ro;e their existence. The committee on marking points of hist oiin interest has this year rro rtuce'd a form of marker strongly sug gestive of a permanent bronze tablet. If, In fact, these wooden tablets wr ve tNis replaced with enduring metal a visit 10 Washington would be far move interning and instructive then at present during ordinary times. It is due to the people from the states, who regard the capital as, in a measure, their own city, that Its points of his toric significance should be permanent ly identified. Incidentally it Is well to keep the Washingtonlans themselves posted on the many items of local his. tory. . A fund to establish bronze tablets, according to some such scheme as that followed for this inauguration, would be a profitable investment. But it should be a public expenditure, not private. The government itself should undertalre the work. ' , WORK OF THE SECRET SERVICE. How Makers of Bogus Monty Are Fun Down in th Eni. V After a counterfeit is detected A the Town of Pioche to exercise such ' (,eFcrl,)t,on of !t ,s wlleiy circulatpd bupervisory and executive powers of a ministerial nature as the Board of County Commissioners of' said Coun ty may from time to time delegate to such Advisory Board., in connec- 0. II. SMITH, Manager. J. S. FREE . . E. A. TAYI.Oli FBEE & TAY3LOIS Mines and Miniiig iEngineering "Mines Bought and Soldi Prospects Developed ; Mines Examined and Reported On . Information cone ?rni&g Pioche furnished on application. Salt Lake City office, 331 D. F.' Walker Bldg. Pioche, Nev. office Thompson Blk. State of Nevada,-is hereby created' 'lcn with the performance of public mid established. works in said Town of Pioche pro Section II Such Board shall con- vded for and authorized by said s:st of three members, who shall be 'Board of County Commissioners, c'.izens of the United States, and of i Section VII The members of ea-h the State of Nevada, and residents i Advisory Board appointed as herein of the Town of Pioche. , provided, shall meet on the eame day Section , III-r-The members of such ' o: their appointment and qualifica Advisory Board shall be appointed by t'on, and select one of their number the Board of County Commissioners', i s Chairman of said Board for the .i me saia uounty oi Lincoln, state of; ensuing year and It shall be the duty Nevada. The appointment of the mem "Marble Springs" WHISKEY IChoicest of WINES CIGARS the Best v Excellent SERVICE Mae G Geo. V7. Page mm Proprietor mm bwrs to constitute the first Advisory P'ard of the Town of Pioche shall be made by the said Board of Coun ty Commissioners on the first Mon- lay of December, 1909, and such ap pointmen sha!l be. for the first term of eft'ic- of such members, which shall be from the first Monday of Dert'inber; If, .to the first Monday c-r Jaiiua'.y, jOll, and until the ap p -intmjTjt and ;uailii cation of their fiuccessois in office; and each suc ceeding term of office of members if surh Advisory Beard shall be from the first Monday of January' of each iv.-tprctive year, until ' the first Mon day of January of the next succeed ing year and uutii thg appointment and i salification of the successors, of such liiemlK'rs. Sei lion IV rlt Is hereby made the l 'f.y of tne persons appointedto mem hership upon said Board to qualify on rfiHii' day . that they aro appointed; silt li ''iiwlifkatam to consist of tak ing beToru aiid ti'fng with the Coun ty Clerk of Eaid Ctmnty of Lincoln, the rath of office prescribed by the Couatltution xf the State of Nevada for public efficers, and they shall tak office immediately upon their appoint ment and qualification, and shall serve without compensation, except that each of such members shall re ceive such compensation as the Board ;County Commissioners shall deem just and reasonable for the time "and labor actually expended in ihe per formance of . their official duties hereinafter prescribed, such compen sation to ; oe allowed, , audited and paid as are other claims against said Town of Pioche. . ' , v Section V It .is hereby made 'the duty of the Advisory Board of the Town cf Pioche and such Board is hereby empowered to assist, - coun- of the Chairman to preside at the meetings of said Board. It shall be the further duty of the Chairman of paid Board to examine, before the meeting of said Board of County Com tulssioners each month, all bills pre sented against the Pioche Gen eral Town Fund, except such bills as have been Incurred under the super vision of the Board of Fire Commis1 sioners of the Town of Pioche, and to approve or disapprove the same, and to make a suitable notation upon f-ach such bill, expensing such approv a' or disapproval thereof. SectionVIII The Advisory Board of the Town of Pioche shall hold regu lar monthly meetings on the last Mpn 'lay of each mouth, and special meet itgs of said Board shall be held, upoi tl.) call of the Chairman, as freq'uent I as the public interest requires. : NOTICE. 1 0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ' Notice is hereby given, that on Tuesday the eleventh day of January A. D. 1910, the County Commissioners of LineoTn County, Nevada, will sell it public auction to "the hishest bid der, that certain Concentrating Mill mid CvaHe plant, situate In the Lelf Moon Gulch, about three, miles in a . westerly ; direction from the Town of Pioche, ; and formerly the property of the Janet Mining compau Said sale will take p'aoe at the t'ounty Court House at the hour of !') A. M. on said date. . By order of the County Commissioi WM. E. ORR, , Clerk of Said Board.: First pub. Dec. 31; last, Jan. B. Deeds, Mortgages - uoc'lon notices and other blanks ' a a - , at te Rec vd office.. inrougn tne newspapers whose sub scribers are chiefly bankers and ca 'a icis, and then the service begins Hie work of discovering the makers 8x1 circulators of the bogu- money. Son.e times the paper used by the counter feiter may afford the clew which lead 4 to his undoing; sometimes p chafes of the peculiar shade of green ink that Is used In the printing of the 'backs of the notes may be traced, for the legitimate-users of these materials are all known in the trade' and outsiders who purchase such things are apt to ba remembered by the salesmen who 1'eejv In constant touch with the agents of the, service. It has happened that information from these sources has led to the discovery of a counter feiting plot before a single note , has been Issued, but this Is a rare bit of. good fortune. Later on there came the photo-mechanical processes where the camera was employed to lry the pattern down on a metal plate and etching fluid took the place of the en graver. Inasmuch as camera and acid lack individuality the difficulty of Identifying the engraver was increased tremendously. There are thousauds of photo-engraving establishments in the country, each one of which is com pletely .equipped with the apparatus and materials needed in the making of a counterfeit, and yet you can count on the fingers of one hand the cases where the equipment and technical skill of those placs have been used IV legimatsly. And that, I think, is a prtt' ty fine tribute to the Innate honesty of the craft ; at any rate, it goes a long1 way . in sustaining one's faith in .hu man natufe.-7Secrets of the Secret Service, in National Magazine. j mm. 'German Red ,Tape. , ' -j A Danzig, Germany, paper tells a story of incredible red tapeism recent ly witnessed In that city, A fire-broke out at a-1ig sugar' factory and great damage was done in a few minutes. The flames were rapidly spreading, but it was hoped that the storehouse containing 13,000 casks of raw sugar, each holding a hundredweight, might be saved, and all efforts of the fire brigade were, turned in that quarter. Here, however, several custom house officers suddenly appeared and forbade the firemen to enter the warehouse, on the ground that the duties had not yet been regulated. Despite energetic opposition the officers stuck to their principles, and the whole stuff Was consumed by ; the flames. Baker's Weekly. .. .. . , ' .