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SATURDAY APRIL 13, 1912.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS THE PIOCHE RECORD The Best Bib Overall Two Horse Brand A New Pair FREE If Th.ey Rip LEVI STRAUSS &. CO. MfHS., SAN FRANCiSCO Arthur Thomas is rnlimd to bis homo by illness. Odd Fellows' Anniversray James W. Abbott MINING ENGINEER Pioche, Nevada F. R. McNAMEE Attorney and Councilor At Law CALIENTE, NEVADA CHARLES LEE HORSEY Attorney and Councellor At Law PIOC11S NEVADA J. S. Free E. S Tayloi FREE A TAYLOR Mine and Mining Miuos Bought aud Sold r-rospects Developed. Salt Lake lily offi. 31 D. F. Walker Block. Ne vada office, Thouipsou lUm-t I'lOCHE, NEVAl). Picche Lodge No. 23, I. O. 0. F. is completing arrangements for the ob servance og the 92nd anniversary of the order on the 26th inst. A grand ball will be given in Thompson's op era house. D:ui Itonnow nine up from Panaca tociny. Bert Syplnis was in from Falrv iei this week with some nice looking ore j Murray (". (lodbo was down from Salt Lake this week on mining business. Dr. .1. D. Campbell went to Sal! Lake last Thursday. J. O. Mcintosh was up from Ca! iente one day this week. .Mm Lanter. veteran Taneher and mining man of Lake Valley, was in town this weik alter having spent the winter in southern I'tah.. More Precipitation Mi re preeipitation visited this regi n tiiis week id the arms and ranches are assured of i.linty of moisture this Heason. Sees Bamberger Ground J. M. Clark of Salt Lake was lure this week looking over the Bamberger property at Jack Babbit NOTICE TO LIEN CLAIMANTS GEORGE DOROTH. Tonsorial Artist No better place Iv the city for a HA1U CUT, SHAVE, or BATH. Come and have one with us 1'OSITE MEADOW VALLEY ST I'lOCHE, NEVA!) FRATERNAL SOCIETIES If you desire your suit tailor-made, come in and select cloth and style from the best tailors in America, whom we represent. We also have some fine ready made garments for those who prefer them. SPRING HATS SPRING SHOES DRY GOOODS, NEW DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS Quality and Price Will Please You" THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE E. Kahn, Proprietor. 5" m m I'lOCHE LODflK NO. 2d t I. O. U. f . .Meets ever) 'v.v' Tuesday Evening at eigb o'clock. 1. O. O. F. Building, Mai street. Visiting brothers ar Invited Chus. l.ee Urn-sty, Noble .(iruud; A. A. Carman, Secretary. MIRIAM KEUEKAH LODGE NO. W Pioche, Nevada. Meets every Thur.i day at 7: CO o'clock 1'. 11. , 1. O. O f Hall. All visiting brothers and si: Mrs. John Ewins, Noble Grand; Mrs. Eva Uealy, Secretary. ST. JOHN LOIKIF NO. i ' -f F. & A. M. -Meets at jiaor. ie' Hull, I.acour street, on th 2nd Monday of every month at elgh o'clock 1'. M. ,C. A. Thompson W. M John II. Deck, Secretary. M H H w Ml M n H ts a m m BIG CLOSING OUT SALE 1' CHURCH DIRECTORY. Y. 1'. S. E. Meets at I'nlon Sun day School Building cteiy Sun dny evening at 7 : ;!0 o'clock. Every body inviled. In u For Cilii m HODGES-COOK . Mercantile Company Sells Everything in the line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE and MINING SUPPLIES S 3 n IN THE FOIRTH Jt'DICIAL Dis trict Court of the Stale of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln. M. L. Lee, Plaintiff, vs. Amalsanm1 ed Pioche Mines & Smelters Cor poration, a corporal lon, Defendant Notice Is hereby given, by the plain tiff in the above entitled action, to all persons holding, or chiiminx liens,, under "An Act to secure liens to Mechanics and others, and to repeal all other Ads, in relation thereto, upon the following described property situate. In tin- Ely Alining district. County of Lincoln, Stale of Nevada,, to wit: The Susan Duster Aline, the Al berta and Alberta No. 2, I'auacker, Iudeiiendnil, .Monarch. Lookout, Winter, South, Wist. Eaule, Wedge, Triangle Fraction anil Zero lode mining claims; also all that portion of the Index anilD'erfoot lode mining claims pateutid and designated I". S. Lot No. r2 lying between and silua'ed west of the easterly bound ary hue of the Zero lode, and all that pert Inn of the Willin-es Coodspeed lode- mining claim patent ed and designated as V. S. Survey No. Mi::, lying west of th : t n boundary line of the Susan Duster lode, Survey No. L'"14; also (lie (iree." back, Currmcy and Silver Millsiles. Tog, tlier, with all real and person al property. Including builidngs, much iuory, tools, appliances and any and all property of every name, kind and diserlptlon whatsoever owned by said defendant and forming any piirt of the mine hereinbefore des cribed whether herein sn' citTirnlly mentioned or not. Thi' hereinbefore enumerated prop erty being more fully described In the complaint on file in this actiet'. to which reference is hereby made, In be and appear before said court on the lith day of May, A. D. I !' 1 L'. at 10 o'clock A. At., or as soon there after as counsel can be heard. at the Court Room thereof, at Plot-he, Lincoln County, Nevada, and to ex bibit then and there pro. f of their said liens. Pioche, Nevada. April 12, 1912. Al L. I.KK. Plaintiff. Chits. Leo Horsey and Win. E. Orr, Attorneys for Plaintiff. First pub.. Apr , 1:1; last. May I. PIOCHE INION SUNDAY SCHOOL .Meets every Sunday morning a 10 : :I0 o'clock. Everybody invited tt these meetings. Bank Exchange A Iliu'll CliiMH Ki-K.irt Where courteous trvat- merit is shown to all. GEOIUJH REED. iEverylMg must go lieiMsig Reserved aqI Stock must he tera-! UOl ed into mnn&v. S M 3 S This is an opportunity to buy yourg 9 M groceries at wholesale prices. ItsE gto realize on them that they are to El gbe sacrificed. Hardware at yoiuB HI "nwn furiiros. In fact that is the sit-K Bgw.i" "v" - m guation as it applies to every articleg Soffcred. Here are some sample bar-S H n m 3 n ua m m m Q 51 LB 4 m m is m m in ra EEieBBBMIIIIlBIIBLElIBEIll M ' M PIOCIIK ASSAY OFiicri-: I'KK Ili;. - - NliVAOA IBANK oj I PIOCHE, r-. Incorporated. : does stains: i Calicoes, 5 ceiils per yard a HI n Ginghams, 10 cents per yard Wrappers, 25 and 35 cents each Hats, $1 each H fi to R Si N He M H H llliA large qaaatity cf WHiSKEY iii barrels arid case lots ps at cost. Fixtures m sicre tor sale. M U mt business' Tim Galigher Dead Tim (iuiinhcr, who wan turinn-ly I'tiililoyed in t vcral lm-ai smIdohm, Hi.-(i yosttTilay in Culii'iiio. Tho dfc( nst'd had bk ii a sn'T- r r for . snnit'iimi' from tuberculosis and his dt'intHc was. not unexpected. Catarrh Cannot Be Cared '.i.,t it mion.il tlisc.i-u', i i u n:V-i t.ik; 1 11 ili'.i ( '.it.u-i'h i'mv -: d i.i t j ilir'ts tly u),- I, with UVAI- Ai1 i.ttmot '.'li t'.' f-i , larrli i;j a Unci t r ; nd In oiVr to rt"i t vv.iiX rrnn dl'n. 1 ! taki-n intcr.'.Vsi;', a: the hlood j.nd u.i; :ii prTlt'.' d hy cio cf t ho K-fl j.hy t'lchins In tiiis orn!ry f-r y-vi r.ii.l ii n. M '-'il'ir jirr:--r"!p;;o;i. Ii t.; r "",ipvif"l of the U ri tonln I ri.n'u, rri.!.i-..--t with t!i. b-:-t blood pv.riP th, n.-ttr-; iirM'tl;.' v t!i TtHirotis surfi't.T :, Tiw p. r . n )nii!'.v tinn of tlu nv i inr dii -it : t vhr.t p-o-d:t r mii"h W-vm'i r'vl 'n'Mil'i f"i c tniruT cat::rrli. 'inl f r tc.'tltnonialu, !' - y. J. C"ri:V , I'O , !':-op-.. T o. Take Hall's Family TiLU tor couaiiptttion. I iitci'i'Mt pitid on Time Deposits .-tasaBsrsgMaassEaamna. uss? ' M. L. LEE, Cashier laiaEsissaiBBafiBQBiBsa m MOUNTAIN HOL DAW AY HOUSE TO MINING MEN NOTICE 'J'lH! M. 10. I'lillcr l.itmbiT Co.. Is (lfi(,ilo the Jiunl uliu-e. nils m-i-u : t() SUV11 y0 IK(J.y W ii ii C r biixiii-xH uruiii. l iHH'i' j Imk UiulhT. We will cm limLorx for new nmnuticment. Kiisi clusy no-1 shall or ullicr puipuacs and di ilvcr oiuadiitiuua at uioiUruUi pvli'rs. lo any muic la tlic acini). Cunsnt ua. . M KS. Al.lt'K DOI.AN. DR. L. MARCO, Dentist re! mm 'ii and will iiliiTniiic en I'KK'IIK and (.'Al.lKNTIJ will In' in I'ioi-he ubuni Ainu will o locutcil al tin- Miiun View hotel. Those living ul. a llsittiH-c will oblluc hy luiiltiue i tMalnunt by pttstal. E. E. FULLER LUMBER. CO THE PRICE HOUSE Tho reltiille ulueu to Kton !ias i)tl v 1U 1st.. Ulin fnn are In riot he. LouiuHtiim. THE PRICE wl.il. .MeaU serwd In HOUSE V.'h ii y.m want culling car.; I lie H.Tord nho.it 11. FOR SALE jg ! Equipped to handle all branches of Erpineering, Assaying and Chemical work Cold, Silver, Copper $1.50 Gold, SiWar, Lead $1.00 1 it t i nti n (,u; r.tily ti t' cil.ti j 1 ' i s i i j jlitMii n l tl'l' MAIIJMIP . I I CI I I 1 A C I N -i A Ml .MA r 1 J A K r I t ' I A l.T V "Fuller Lumber Talks" LET'S MAKE 1912 A BOOSTER YEAR fir our town, anil let It mark the in w era of a homo building cam imi a thai will outdo anything thai cv r linpix'iird here before. I.i t s wi tk together you who Ul tlOllll'l'. k nntl hop if w o can't l'iiji.io out a way for you to sf.n I r. akiug srom.d right away. I'onic In and wc will talk over the plans ami Kbi w you s -uio lmu . cr that wi.l clenf away a wbcle ili." tills talk about pt'h'a lieinu too i.lyli to buliil inw. I ait li nii.r nsuiu will ii tie cr . i lw qual ity we hanillc l.o an ih.'tii. Ev ery year ocrjj-;lii :.-. ni'c grow in", mini Vyr Hid the deti:a hIh arc r wine KifRir. We Bay In all cl.i c r ty, "Liul-y will be the i.uiii iv!i . h.iilla In 11112." If liiterei-t ,1. cuino anil s"c us. !'". K. fl.l.Kll l.l'MP.Krc COMPANY Fuller Lumber Talk" VIEW HOTEL A yroup of claims consisting of I): the Bully Boy, Bijcu, Bijuu No. 2 of Pioche and join the Nevada Utah s?; jn the north Bide of tie Meridian 1 1 cla m. Three distinct veins shew ti.ie nrnnn nii An In. M.illv Bey contact shows 40 oz. silver and i VI $8 gold. One on the Bijou No. "2, tot i values of $200, and another, the extension of the Meadow Val ley Ficiaire, tracable for COO fe;i ;n th; Bijou claim. Very little work ias been done. This group is for sale on easy terms. Fo- further particulars, apply to Joe Foster, Pioche, Nevada. POPULAR MECHANICS THK Magazine that maiti'i Fact nure fiiHrlnuting tlmu Fiction "WKITTIN SO VOU CAN UNbCHTANO IT" At 'AYS mil THE JOB H IIH 1S I KS a in m ON Selllim CANKIKS, t'KiARSI and STATIONERY. j CARMAN j AT THE I'OST OKKiCK inilUEBEHHSKBEeBBIil TIIK 1IKHT I'l.ACIC TO STOl' I.o ated I H Willi. K IN I'lOCHE. g Next Door to the Court House MRS. ALEX. ORR, Prop. j m fEIHHIBBBBBBBlBaBBBB I'nderwood. Oliver, Remington or Stearin typewiter ribbons for sale by The Record. City prices. Bond Fuller Lumber Talks. A GREAT Continued Story of tho World'i I I'roiirou which you tw.y bi'iiin Kinliiw H my linn', ami wind, will l.uiu your untie. Aaron Hoffman I WATCHMAKER FIOC1IK. NEVADA Shop opposite the Commercial Club. i-vi-r. i runiui. in Popular Mechanics Magazine Are vnu readinit it ? Two millions fif v-Mir :u i!,b-irs air. mid it is Ok- favoi He nii.Knil'i in Umusands of the tx-st An.eru-.ui homes, li ar;1.?l9 t all clasM-s old and yoiu.n n-cn ..nil uonu-n thox; who know laid llioae who v.uit lo know. ino P4GIS CH MOUTH SOO riCTUREl aoo am.CLis of oencral interest The ' Shop Nolo." Department 120 pases! Ktves eiisy was to ao in.nv- iu m uai'lul article, tor heme and skoi., it-p.ii: i. lc Am.teurMech.nicH" (19pa-wUfl.-how to inake Mitaiori fuieaiire.w irel, sseul'.'.. nuis t-n'tines. manic, and ;;ll the Ih...;. a b..y io.es. 41 so k run. siNaie copies te cents Ak v,.r K. A-...I. .i: v " r wmTf. rcn rR sAMnLC coiv topay i THE COURT! EXCHANGE FOR 8AI.K und harness. Cook store. Cheap. Team, bngvy Entiulre ut lloilges- COlH'lJVtt MIXUAMCS 1 O. .120 V. u .liim.loii M.. I Hi. Mill V Strong Case. Top My lawyer tells me I have n ntrouj; eaxe. I 'tin lie menus that 1' TriU last four years. New York Globe. Mil- rinist of INKS I. I U i: o K g Ulld C I 11 A If S U. G. Bron Pioche Meat j Company j I Beaf Veal Pork Mutton I I Ham Bacon and Sausage I Fresh Ranch Eggs Vegetables and Fruit III!" II II- II ll IIS ! C(LDA1L I n ft Freight It moving slowly on I the railroads. So you had bat ter fill your bins with soma of That Good Coal Don't freeze when you don't have to. Order It NOW. We Insure prompt deliveries. INTER-MOUNTAIN COAL COMPANY D. P. SULLIVAN, Agent.