THE PIOCHE RECORD
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911.
!Th Plache Record
- Published Every Saturday by
PIOCHE RECORD PUBLISHING
, rnuD k Tv
KaUr4 In tho Postoffic'o at Pioche,
- Nt., aa Second Clai Vail Matter.
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THE LEADING NEWSPAPER OP
. LINCOLN COUNTY
A FALSE IMPRESSION
Tne I'pport haa gained currency In;
nome quarters that tne Pioche Rec
ord ;ls oWned, Or at least partly own
ed, by Ernest R. Woolley. or his
Nevada Utah Interests.
WnfM do not deem it a matter
of public conceera to say who the
stockholders Of the Pioche Record
Publishing company are. this much
will be ald for the benefit of those
who bate connected Mr. Woolley
and Nevada Utah with this publlca
tioa: - Mr. Woolley is neither di
reclly.''or indirectly connected with
this paper, and neither is the Nevada
Utah Xines Smelters corporation.
A majority of the stock of the Rec
ord company is held in Pioche: the
d I rectors are all' Pioche citizens and
11 la, therefore, a Pioche concern. It
is the purpose of thei Record to work
to the future, as it has in the past
for the general advancement cf th
camp of . Pioche and Lincoln county
The Record Is ready at a 1 times
to help ( build, up every legltlmat
f aurprtee - in cthis community; its
columns are open " to the publication
or ic wa . concerning any mine in
uu vast district; but in-all cases
toe iformatioa , imparted will be as
nearly, authentic a Its is possible to
et it.HTh fact la, no stockholder
lav any rpx-M mine can well afford
to. be Without the Record. Neither
caa any resident of Lincoln county,
Tor.'. U Is 4he onlr paper in tUs cor
uerpt Nevada that prints the- news
RECIPROCITY IN CANAOA
Canadian farmers are fully awake
to the advantage to-be derived by
uem oy tn& ratification of the red
prosity treaty. which will give them
u enure united States for a mar
let; frctfof duty. '
i40n Saturday R L. Borden, leader
of the conservative, party in Canada,
lunvea on. witB bis lieutenants, tc
Kwinera Aiaerta . to continue the
fampa-'gn against reciprocity with tup
United States. - Here, as in Manitoba
and Saskatchewan, he found farmers
a unit foi' ratification of the agree
ment. ;i -
Hla first stopping' place was "Mac
Leod, where he received a memorial
from Us Inlted Farmers of Alberta
In that ' district,- representing the
unanimous fet ling of forty-six
branches.They desired the obstruction
to the agreement on the part of Bor
At'n aupporters in the Canadian par
liament to cease. They favored recip
;, rocity as a step toward free trade In
agricultural' implements and machin
?n with1 the United States, "Which is
U goal of their desires. -;
The memorial deprecated so much
flag-waving on political platforms and
eked the speakers to discuss practi
cJ Uauea. ' '
Borden,' howeter, in reply dissented
na atrongry as possible from the farm
era' views on recprocityL The sober
econd Jthoogbt of Canada, he said.ha
disapproved of 'the reciprocity area
aeat: there were people in Nova Sco
tia and, he believed, elsewhere who
WquM cut, off their right hands rather
than vote for iL Reciprocity, he as
serted.would reintroduce into Canada
; ,4- - li urns.
Tate, member of rUament for the
qiairlct. toW Borden that, although
tern people might not agree with
iw,: yet the people of Sas
cewan and Alberta aa a whole
T In favor of
"t uie ici mat me Saskatche-
" "owrw legislative assent
blies and board "at t r ......
ImoM in their approval of the propos-
At WeJrburli ln"
one apear tor the farmer,- wtioad
vv.bwo WM cneered, said: "The farm
era are. prepared to-take-the- west out
of ?be confederation el provinces If
reciprocity la denied lis.- "
8H6ULD BE PUNISJHEO
The business : firms found by - the
sute hoard of fteaJth violating the
mj pure rooa and drug laws should
be vigoroinilf - roecuted. There is
no reason , why, ant lenience ahottld
be shown 'them. rThe majority " of
them; kneir the"lawa wtten they de
llherately set about breaking them;
and feven tor those wh did not, Ig
Borace is no excuse:1 V
,..Bt4 the ' percentage of Ignorance
will jbe found very small. The stat
otea i jrotectlr the ' public from the
diiigr from.-.ittpur. foods and drugs
Canit be allowed to become dead
letfer. Thty must be enforced" lm
cirtlaliy and unrelentinclv. "
J'uHke many of " the other laws'
lifted iy tne leslatur, they .are
CraJtfit to ae point and -Taffer little
opportunity for tecnnlcal ' defense,
ftulr ulwiam to'ot complloa -
ed and punishment should be swift per cent penalty, and ?2 tost of ad
Manufacturers should know by this vertlslng. has been added In c-ach
time that they cannot continue to case,, and that any pletv or parcel of
mlslable their products and deceive proptrty npon which said taxe.j
consumers. They will know it if a penalty and costs shall r ma!n uu
few of them are forced to pay the paid ou
penalty provided by the laws. Tono- MONDAY, JULY 17th 1911.
pah Bonanza. ' ! or so much of eaih "parcel as will
STATE AND OTHER NEWS
There was shipped last Friday.June
23, the largest chair ever made in
Newburg N. N., It was made to or
der for President Taft and la lare
enough to accomodate two ordinary
men. The seat measures two feet
two inches by two feet and the back
from the seat up Is two feet seven
Wadsworth S. Williams was Utterly sessed against each pracel, together
burried under nine milliou dollars of, with inteitHt thereon at the rate of
gold, June 22nd and was so badly In- three per cent per mouth from the
Jury that his recovery Is doubtful. date of sale until paid, iu accordance
Williams is an employee in the San 1 with the provisions of the statute
Francisco bank and was engaged In of the state of Nevada, in such mat
whet'ling a truck of gold which was ters made and provided,
was contained in sacks within "onej WM. E. ORR,
of the vaults toppled over and over-; County Treas. and Ex-Officio Tax
. Cbuie warden Fitzgerald who has
Just returned ft cm an extensive trip
through the northern part of the
county, reports that the night of June
17 vhen transformers of the Jack
Crak power plant were burned out,
a band of sheep owned by M. Lutsro,
a bbsco, and bedded for the night ou
I'caver CreeH Mountain, were struck
by abolt of lightning and three hun
dred five. Elko Free Press.
Richard Pooley, a well known employee-
of the Mowhawk mine, return
ed to bis home fronVork at an
early hour this morning and found
twins, a boy and xirl, each weighing
sight pounds, maLjng lusty announce
ment of their arrival, at 505 West
Crook street Exactly 45 seconds
later the father was hammering at
Sheriff Ingahj door, entreating him
to arrest Dr. McCarthy for bringing
all the babies in the world to
ono r'ace. Goldfield Tribune.
M Sparks the neoDle.
UeOU interest in the nrnnnaoH ro.
establishment of the restricted dls-
tuct of their city. Two muss mpt.
iiiir hiito tiouti fcuM I
' " uam win iur wo i lit II !
uivi m n cuurcfl. ana tn nth or
for the men who met In the Justice
, '"""t"""" waB "orougniy
gone Into by both divisions anrt a
PnZL" T. apPOlnl"1, with Judge
Pollock as chairman. This committee
consisting of six members is now In-!
vxstl:at,ng and iu report Is awaited
with keen Interest. '
During one of the severest fWtri
storms that hsa ever visited Tuscaro-
ra ana vicinity, the Jack Creek power
plant was struck by lightning and
within half an hnnr 'mi ,!. i
destroyed. The plant Drovldea nwi.
fjr the Dexter Mininir Coninanv'a mill
and the Tuscorora mines was hull
at a cost of $50,000 and was comp'et-
eu in every detail. Its destruction
means that the Dexter mill and cyan
ide plant will have to shut down until
the plant Is rebuilt. The country in,p, l K il s- tlUe t0 cab'n In1
that neighborhood is covered with a ,8 , F S tUIe t0 ,ots ln Pioche. I
h3avy growth of underbrush on t.
" " 11. io
said that a destructivn fnmaf rt
was strated from the flames of the
burning power plant.
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.m lilt, auvent OI tU Rnfotv ramr
the twinplex honev, and the lather
cream put up In-tubes, the barber j
business was threatennH Tin ,itu
the advent of nmaehlne bntu nn h
principle of a lawn mower, worked PenHty, 58 cents; advertising $2 To
wlth electricity obtained by a simple tal S.36.
connection with e dron llirht I Mathews. Chas. Jr.. v s iti.,
Whl'jh II1 do the trick in 28 ncnnrf
it SMrnU that (1,.. T.rtnr. V.,,.1..
. urn ucm at
least will have to go. Such a machine
i.o urtui iiivciiie.i ny Martin Effinger
of U) Angeles r.nd who la Bn ir I
In Nevada .Tining camps as the pro-
.iuier hi Mar'.cona 38". Th r,
tine is built identically on the lawn-
mower ptinripies with its three blad u
In spiral shape, and which are made
to work At the rate fo 800 revolutions
NOTE OF TAX SALE
Delinquent List of Property for the
year 1910, second Installment, Lin
coin County, Nevada.
Notice la hereby given to
whom it may concern, and tn
following named persons, and to all
owners or claimants tn . tha
reatstate and improvements thereon
When assessed, seneratplv hm.
!.- .t' . Z "
iiuuier uescnoea. Known nnrl nn.
known, that the taxes for state and
county purposes for the year A. D.,
mo, assessed asainst the fallowlnE-
described pieces t.r parcels of prop
erty are now delinquent; that ten
... . .
N. P. JPSON, GEO. B. GREENWOOD, M. L. LEE,
DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
CAPITAL $25,000.00 J
Pioche " - - - Nevada
pay the aiaovt cf taxes, delinquency
oA . . 1. i . . .
and costs ag?nst It. will be sold tv
me as County Treasurer and Ex-o-
ficlo Tax Receiver, of said County of
Lincoln, State- of Nevada, at 12
o'clock M. of saiti day, at the front
door of the Court Holme, at the
Town cf Pioche. In said County, to
satisfy such taxes, delinquency & cos
Said saU will be made subject to
redemption within six months after
I Bale. bV navilient nt nil fho mimu oo
Receiver of Lincoln County, Nevada.
, GENERAL COUNTY
Hyde, J. A., P. C. to 160 acres of
lam; and Imps, including springs and
water right about 5 ml. south of Sil
ver Park known as Wines Creek
ranch. P. C. to 160 A. land and Impts
In Burnt canyon, about 1 ml. E. of
old Swiss Bob place. P. C. to 40 A.
land and impts. consisting of iron
Pipe and troughs, known as Mud
Springs. P. C. to 160 A. luad known
as the Pines. P. C. to 160 acres land
known as Wilson Creek P. C. to 160
A. land Including three springs know
as Kink Place. P. C. Indian Springs
In Fhoshone Valley. Original tax
$107.17. penalty, $40.72; advertising
$2. Total, $449.89.
PATENTED MINES Gen. County
Henry Lee An uiidiv. 1-2 int in
tna fcl owine- pattuted minH KlHiata
in the Tern n.htite .Mining District:
Lincoln County, Nevada.
Wyandotte, Po'orman, No. 2; Tattler
Cliff Liberal. Dunbarton. Cadwalder
Enterprise, Horps, Sleeper, Prodiga'
Mint. Bond, Kinsey. Colhead and
Rattler. Original tax, $56.92; penalty
$3.69; advertising, $2. Total, $64.61.
h'hiiop n xr in n .i. . .
and Impts in Pioche. Lot 45. blk. 30.
h. title to lots and impts In Pioche
Lot r.s hi,k n,.., .
penalty' 21 cent8': advertiUng.'$2 To
tal $4 38
Harrison W E-p "q h. , .
in Pioche lo!s" i ?7, ,f h i VlJ
o , , ? ' w . IV 18, block 22 K
S. title to lots in Pioche. 5, 6, 22, 23,
24, 30. block 29. F. S. title to lot and
Jtnpis m rioehe, lot 18, block 33. F. f
title to lots in Pioche, lots 31, 32, In
block 18; F. S. title to lots in Pi
block 18; F.S. title to lots inPloche
-42, blk. 20 F. S. title to lots In
Pioche, 7, 8, 9, 19. 21, 22. blk 20 F.
S. tit'e to lota in Pioche, 5,6,7, 16 to
39, 43 to 46,. 51 to 83, 86, .87, block
23. F. S. title to lots in Pioche, lot
7. 8, 9, 1,9 21, 22, block 20 F. S. ti
tle to lots In Pioche, lots 5, 6, 7, 16 t
iu, it, io do, t7 to 71 and ;
74 to 81, blk. 24. Original tax, $30.04; !
penalty, $3; adv., $2; total, $35.04. I
Stockham. W. W. F. s. title to
(0 ": 'UL"B- 101 l
'i JI1K tax. S SiS R4- nanall,, o EC.
advertising, $2. Total, $41.09.
PAN AC A SCHOOL
Lee. WllHma V H tin i u
- - . wwo LU IU L OC
impts. in Panaca. OHr, to, tnro.
1-2 lots nad iota In Pa,n -i:..i
tXH. J1S97- T,on.'l , on. ....
' fk.oo, auvertts
lnS. 2. Total. $22.10.
i To Fred Flint n s uaunn r c
Powell, M. M. Howard, E. E. Per-I
ne' Hl R- ,Mann, W. A. North, L.
BerjlheImer. Pete Morrison, and A. i
, You are hereby notified that I, the
undersigned has done the assessment
work, amounting to Seven Hundred
(700) Dollars, reaulrtd hv law trr
the year 1910, upon the following
described mining claims. In whlih
you the said Fred Flint, B. S. Heb
den, W. S. Powell, H. M. Howard,
those E. E. Perrine, H. R. Mann, W A
worm, l. Bernhelmer. Petn Atorri.
son n,i a t.h. r,. .1
The "KanKlroo", reooidod in Booh
"'.W" Mlnlp-c Notices of V.neoln mimtv
the Thaili . recorded in Book "W"
tagi 335., mlnlna- notices, records of said
,,TI? "l'knb". recovled In Book 'W.
Wlnine Notices page 335. records of said
The "Hnllarat", recorded Ir. Book "X"
pat: l:'T. Mlnliur Locations, records of
a." j J Ll'i! .!n county;
Tm- "Ooupar Anpii", recorded In
;. .. ' ' . iiobp 127 Mining Locations,
is.. k.Uh saiil Lincoln cuunty; .
T it- ,Si.CTf". KMjoidrtl In Uonk "X",
c;t yuKe lm, Jliiiins local ions, r.vords
of K'iivi LiiKulii county;
Tu. "ilellMji-ii!"."' UtoiuimI In Uuok
"X " paxe U'S Mlnlnv IM-atiotiii. recoid
cf " '.lucolii cut n :
All of said clams beng situated
In the Highland Jlinlns District
Lincoln County, SU e of Nevada.
And take notice that I have done
said assesment work upon the above
named claims in order to hold said
e Transportaton Co.
We are well equipped to naudle
MAVY MACHINERY. ORE, i UM3ER AND MERCHANDISE OF
Dealers An Ha and Grain
First-Class LIVERY and BLAC iMITHINu. Special Attention tc
Telvjraphlc Order . Wood $7 per Cord.
I). P. SULLIVAN.
From Callente to various Eastern
destinations. Tickets on sale var
ious dates, May, June, July, August
See Agent C. C. Jensen, for rates,
sale dates and further information,
l-fc.i, (i. ft A., J.
Los Angeles, Cal.
CUT PRICE SALE
We are closing out at COST
prices, a line of Ladies' Hate, Waists,
Dresses, and other wearing apparel.
Also a line of JEWELRY at prices
tnat will surpries you. Do not miss
the opportunity to get these bargains.
This is a Genuine Mark Down Sale
and will not last long for the goods
are going to be sold,
Remember that our grocery stock
is up-to-date. You can get everything
that you want in
PIOCHE. MERCANTILE COMPANY
f You know the place. . You know the goods.
GEORGE REED, Prop.
A gentleman's resort where courtc uus treatment is extended
to all patrons.
rlUCHE MANUFACTURING CO.
Plt'KEERS, STEAM TITTERS AND SHEET KETAL WORKERS,
AIR PIPES, TANK8 AND SAFETY STACKS A 8PECIALTY.
PLUMBING AND STEAM F.TTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
PIPE FITTING AND VALVES.
Estimates given on all wor; on application.
O. H. SMITH. Manager.
Do You Read
claims; pursuant to the provisions
of Section 2324 of the Revised but-
utes of the United States, and th
amendments thereto, concerning an-
nual labor upon mining claims, be-
lng the amount required to bold
sa'd claims for the year ending on
the 31 t day of December, 1910.
You are further notified - that If
you fall to contribute withiu 90
days after the final publication of
this notice, your portion of such ex
penditure us co-owner (Fred Flint,
$31. S5; B. S. Hebden, $51.85; Pete
H. M AN DER FIELD, A. Q.
salt Lake City, Utah.
this line at
The Record ?ii
Morrison. $51.8.".; W. S. Powell,
$23.92; H. M. Howard. $25.92; W. A.
North, $:'3.? ;: I.. Bern h Minor, $25.92;
E. E. Perriue, $23.!2; H. R. Maun,
$25.92; A. Lester Best. $233.33) your
Interest In the said claims will
become the property of the sub-
scr'ber who has made the required
expenditure according to the terms
oi said section in. y
C. WHITE MORTIMER
Dated this 8th day of May. 1911.
F'rst pub. May 13; Aug. 19.
C. O. BREEZE
Notary Public and Collection
Legal Instruments Carefully Drawn.
PIOCHE, NEVADA -
F. R. MC NAMEE
Attorney and Ccuniio
CHARLES LEE HORSEY
Attorney and Counsellor
Free B. A. Taylor
FREE A TAYLOR
Mines and Mining
Mines Bought and Sold Prospeci
Developed. Salt Lak City offlw
331 D. F. Walker Block. Ne
vada office, Thompson . Block
James W. Abbott
GEORGE DOROTHY, a
Tonsorial Artist. S
No better placo " in iht cltj
for a HAIR CUT. SHAVR OR
BATH. Come have one with us
"THE LOWEfl SHOP"
PIOCHE UNION 8UNDAY SCHOOL
Meets every Sunday afternoon at
twa o'clock. Everybody cordially In
vited to attend these services.
JOHN M. BREE7E. Sup't.
PIOCHE LODGE NO. 23
1. O. O. F. Meets every
Tuesday Evening at ..ti,
I- O. O. F. Building. Main
visiting brothers are invlt-
ed. Elmer Mirtdiot
a. A. Carman, Secretary.
"HrRIAM REBEJsAU LODQE NO S9 c
..o.aMeju every Tnursvv
day at 7:3? o'clock. P. M., i. o. O. F
llall. All visiting brothers and sis
ters are cordially invited tn
Mrs. J. E. Price Nnhlo
Eva Healy, Secretary.
ST. JOHN LODGE. NO. 18,
F. & A. M. Meets at Mason
ic Hall. Lannur
2nd Monday of everv mnnth ot
o'clock P. M. C. A. Thompson W. M;
W. w. Stockham, Secretary
, CALIENTE HOSPITAL
Dr. J. WEST
MYRTLE M. FORD, Secretary-Ma-tron.
A well equipped hospital Hot and
cold baths Adjacent to the Hot
Mineral Springs A home for mater
nity patients-J-For rates write to
UU PJOCHE RESTAURANT
MONTH'S BOARD 828 50
THREE TICKETS ... 8100
SUNDAY DINNER ...KOi
MEALS , 35?
f E E. Fuller I
Liimbei Company I
Has in stock af
.complete line of I
and all kind of I
iaT Lu"r co.
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