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SATURDAY APRIL 13, 1912.
4 in THE PIOCHE RECORD PROFESSIONAL CARDS csss-xissssancssancinnnnnnnnncnsssszsin The Best Bib Overall Two Horse Brand Jamea W. Abbott MINING ENGINEER " Pioche, Nevada F. R. McNAMEE Attorney and CouociUrr At Law CALIENTE, NEVADA if CB1A1 iiUW t "1:1 i t Hi' r i hi. ' i ! '?!'! 1$ i 1 $ ' 1 hi ' ill .V I 1 ;,! .Si . ... l-(3 i r ill m 4M!i I til C; i I. MM TUM A New Pair FREE If They Ilip LEVI STRAUSS A. CO. MFRS., SAN FRANCISCO Arthur Thomas is eoflned to his "home by illness. Odd Fellows' Anniversray Ploche Lodge No. 23, I. O. O. 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. Dan Hon now came up from Panaca today. Bert Syphus was in from Fali-vIcw this week with some nice looking ore. Murray C. Godbe was down from Salt Lake this wmek on mining business. Ir. J. I). Campbell went to , Salt Lake last Thursday. J. O. Mcintosh was up from Cal lente. one day this week. Jim Lanter, veteran rancher and mining man of Lake Valley, was in town this week after having spent the winter In southern Utah.. More Precipitation More precipitation visited this region this week t d the farms and ranches are assured of plenty of moisture this season. Sees Bamberger Ground J. M. Clark of Salt Lake was hire this week looking over the Bamberger property at Jack Rabbit NOTICE TO LIEN CLAIMANTS IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL Dis trict Court of the State of Nevada, Jn and for the County of Lincoln. M. L. Lee, Plaintiff, vs. Amalgamal d Ploche Mines & Snn-ltcrs Cor poration", a corporation. Defendant Notice is hereby given, by the plain tiff in the above entitled action, , to all persons holding, or claiming m-iiit,, unuer "An Act to secure Hens to Mechanics and others, and to repeal all other Acts, in relation thereto," upon the following described property situate, in the- Ely Mining district, county of Lincoln, State of Nevada,, to wit: The Simnn Duster Mine, the Al berta and Alberta No. 2, Panacker, Independent, Monarch, Lookout, Winter. South. West, Eagle, Wedge, Trlanglo Fraction and Zero lode . mining claims; also all that portion of the Index andDeerfoot lode mining i-iuiuiB paientoxi and designated as V. S. Lot No. 52 lying between and Kltuaied wort of the easterly bound ary line of the Zero lode, and all that portion of .the Williams and Ooodspeed lode mining claim patent ed and designated as U. S. Survey No.v 33-13, lying west of th en-ten boundary line of the Susan Dusti r lode, Survey No. 2114; also the Green back.' Currency and Silver Millsites. Together, with all real and person al property. Including bullidngs, mach lnery, tools, appliances and any and all property of every name, kind and description whatsoever owned by said defendant and forming any part of the mine hereinbefore . des cribed whether herein Bpecirfically mentioned or not. Tba hereinbefore enumerated prop erty being more fully described in the complaint on filo in this action, to which reference is hereby made, to bo and appear before said court on tho 6th day of May, A. I). 1912, at 10 o'clock A. M., or as soon there after as counsel can be heard. at the Court Room thereof, at Ploche, Lincoln County, Nevada, and to ex hibit thenand there proof of their ald Hens. Pioche, Nevada, April 12. 1912. , M. L. LEE, Plaintiff. Chas. Loo Horsey and Wm. E. Orr, Attorneys for Plaintiff. First pub., Apr., 13; last. May 4.f a Tim Gaucher Dead Tlmi Galigher, who was formerly employed in "everal local saloons, died yesterday in Calient e. The deceased had been a suffenr for sometime from tuberculosis and his demise was npt unexpected. CHARLES LEE HORSEY Attorney and Councellor At Law PIOCINi NEVADA J. S. Free FREE Tayloi E. JS i. TAYLOR Mines and Mining liouKht and Sold Prosper) a Salt Lake city otll". Walker Dlotk. NV Thompson Block Mines Developed. 331 D. F. vada office, PIOCHE, - - NEVAD. GEORGE DOROTH Tonsorial Artist No better place in the city for a HAIR CUT, SHAVE, or BATH. Come and have one with us OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY ST. PIOCHE, NEVAD.' FRATERNAL SOClE i IES PIOCHE LODGE NO. .23 riap: i. u. u. i". xtieeis ever Tuesday ' Evening at elgb o'clock. I. O. O. F. Building, Mai -street. Visiting brothers are lnvitud Ctias. Leo Horsey, Noble Grand; A. A. Carman, Secretary. MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. W Pioche, Nevada. Meets every Thur. day at 7:30 o'clock P. M., 1. O. O r tju.ll. All visiting brothers and si; Mrs. John Ewing, Noble Grand; Mrs. Eva Healy, Secretary. AST. JOHN LODGF NO. 1 1 f F. & A. M. Meets at Masor r lu' Hnll. Lacour street, on th 2nd Monday of every month at elglp o'cloc k P. M. ,C. A. Thompson W. M John ILDeck, Secretary. 1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. Y. P..S. E. Meets at Union Sun day School Building every Sun day evening at 7:30 o lo( k. Every body invited. PIOCHE UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL Meets every Sunday morning a 10:30 o'clock. Everybody iuviU'd t these meetings. Bank Exchange A II i ll CltlMH Uc-HOl t Where courteous treat ment is shown to all. GEORGE REED, Proprietor !' sa! US', .Ml ill- IM. Ini il'i li.-.illl Ui ilil,iuillulJJ..i,i! .Ji'llll.iiim.i'i! BANK oj PIOCHE, Incorpotated. does a general banking business Catarrh Cannot Bo Oared with LOCAL APPLICATION?:. ti3 thpy cuunoi roucn ino trac or ino aisoanc, ua,- turrh i.i a blood or constitutional disease, ana lit order to cure it you must lake in tcrnal rcincd'cH. Kali's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, and acta directly upon the blood r.Rd mucous surfnees. JIull'ii Catarrh Cure i-j not a quack mrdlc'iic. IL vrnn prescribed by one of the Lost phy sicians In this country for jv.-;rs nr.. I is a reTtilar prescription. It is crmponod of tho best tonics 1- nown, combined v.-lth tho beet blood purifiers, rrtins directly on tho mucous surfaces. The perfect combina tion of tho two Ingredients i.i what pro duces such wonderful resells In curing catarrh. F.end for testimonials, free. I' J. CHENEY & CO.. Prop.-.., T,.l;-do, O. flolJ by Drusfflata, price T5c. j Tk HU' Family Fills for constipation. I ntcrt'Kt puitl on 'Q I Time Deposits I !M. L LEE, Cashier ? is- ' , " !lai(!-!i!)'U.!i!iili,l:!.ii .iUu.ilH.liil-llli'te .lAiHiJiii.liii i- ui ii:l Mi ml IDDDDOI113CDDCC3DDQDDD n MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL n u n THE HEST PLACE TO STOP WHILE IX PIOCHE. Lo(ated II II Next Door to the Court House) J MRS. ALEX. ORR, Prop. II II N f m tm n m m wm m wm wm m wm wm n wm Underwood. Oliver, Remington or Stearin typewlter ribbons for Bale by The Record. City prices. Read Fuller Lumber Talks. 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 !),! i(.i; V-;!.!.ttt.i-l'r"-' nil- iili!!!.. iLilt-IUilli r;Quality and Price Will Please You THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE E. Kahn, Proprietor. gBDIIBOBnBDBBD&nBBBSBIIiS9E3BBOB3BBBDOBflDDia BIG CLOSING OUT SALE n a H a WELLAND'; E V SEverythig must go BNothing Reserved D n u u n ii j 11 u hAI Cost For M n a a a n u n a n u n ii u ii u a a 3 a a a a D a a 3 19 a a a o n a a a a a a a a n a Stock must be turn-" ed into money. ii ii ii ii ii n ii K This is an opportunity to buy your ggroceries at wholesale prices. ItsH n u gto realize on them that they are toS M II gbe sacrificed. Hardware at yourjj gown figures. In fact that is the sit-S a uation as it applies to every articlejj a a goffejred. Here are some sample bar-S! ii sgams: Calicoes, 5 cents per yard Ginghams, 10 cents per yard Wrappers, 25 and 35 cents each Hats, $1 each a n a large Quantity of WHISKEY in barrels and esse lots.. goes at cost. Fixtures in store for sale. a a a n ii u n ii ii a a n s H0DGES-C00K Mercantile Company Sells Everything in the line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE and MINING SUPPLIES n ii u n u n u n !! II II II II II M n u n a H U n u D DCaDC30aDDanQlinDDDDLBDDSSCnSZlDDBDODDnDQCE PIOCHE ASSxVYxOFFICE Piociik. - - Ni:vada Equipped to handle all branches of Engineering, Assaying and Chemical work Cold, Silver, Copper, $1.50 Gold, Silver, Lead, $1.00 DiKoinUr, c.umtity tic old p ;ut (1 ij;(ii,n vnyv. m,viijn(; ,v, , , , ,,, s rUACINU AM) MAI'IXi a hi l c lAl.'l V "Fuller Lumber Talks' LET'S MAKE 1912 A BOOSTER YEAR HOLDAWAY HOUSE Oi'i'Oblte lliu pout ofl'U'i'. lias lieou i jie u U lur busiiii'tis afeuin. I'mlvr avw Management.' Ktrsi cluss ae-i-omaJutious lit hkhUtuU- prices. MKS. A LICK DO LAN. TO MINING MEN NOTICE DR. L. MARCO, Dentist lias rofurneil and will aljtriiaie bwtwc'.n I'lOCilK and CALIKNTU He will be in IMoclio about April 1st., will be located ut the Moun tain View hotel. Those living ut a distance will oblige by making ap point incut by postal. The K. 10. Fuller Lumber ' Co.. U Prepared to xave you money on min ing timber. We will cut Umber for jahalt or other purposes and d. liver ; to any mine In tho acmp. Contuit us. j E. E. FULLER LUMBER CO ,g ; THE PRICE HOUSE The reliable place ui stop wtttlc you are In I'loche. Meali served u counectlon. THE PRICE HOUSE Wluu you want culling cartls Su-e ft he Record about It. FOR SALE A group of claims consisting of the Bully Boy, Bijou, Bijou No. 2 and Bijou Fraction, which lie east of Pioche and join the Nevada Utah jn the north side of the Meridian cia.m. Three distinct veins show on this group, on' on the Bully Boy contact shows 4Q pz. silver and $8 gold. One on the Bijou No. 2, total values of $-00, and another, the extension of the Meadow Val ley Fissure, tracable for 00 feet on th; Bijou claim. Very little work has been done. This group Is for sale on easy terms. For further particulars, aply to Joe Foster, Pioche, Nevada. POPULAR MECHANICS Aaron Hoffman WATCHMAKER riOCHE, Shop opposite the Commercial Club. :hmaker k, nevada" v FOR SALE Cheap. Team, buggy and harness. Enquire at Hodges Cook store. THE Magazine thus make Fact more fascinating than .Fiction , "WRITTEN SO VOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT " A GREAT Continued Story of th World' Proru whiclj you :uay bf gin reading at any time, and which will hold your fntertit forever, ) ruruuny in ' Popular Mechanics iviagazine Are you reading It ? Two millions of your iicmiiburs are, and it Is the favorite mHgam:r in thousands of the best American homes. It appeals to all ciastte old and young men and women thx who know and those who want to know. 380 ABC 1ACM MONTH SOO PICTURES 300 ARTICLES Of OENSRAi. INTSMST The ''Shop Not" Dapartmont (20 pages) gives easy ways to do things how to make uaelul article (or home and khop, repairs, etc. "Amateur Mechanic" (10 liases) tellshow to make Mission furniture, wireless outtita. Ixxit. engines, magic, and all the things a boy lovci Sl.SO PER VIAR. SINQLB COMES IS CENTS Ak ruur N.-fJ. m !.. yt.ii uii WRITE rOR rWtE SAMPLE COPY TODAY POPULAlt MECHANICS CO. 320 W. Wuhioftua Kl., I UK CO Strong Case. Top-My lawyer tells me I have a strong: case. lu-lle means that U Win Bist four years. New York Globe. for our town, and let it mark the new era of a heme building cam paign that will outdo anything thai, ever happened here before. iM'm work together you who are boimsltss and see if we cau't figure out a way for you to start bnaklng ground right away, foitie lu and we will talk over the plans and show you B;me lum ber that wLl dear away a whole I t rf this talk about pile's being too tiigb to build now. lut is u."vr asain will li-rulu- if Lhe qual ity we handle Lo :h iI.i.it. Ev ery year our virgin tv:i'a :.re grow lug sum ler and tho den.a:nis are v-rvwlng larger. We sav In all H-i--r;ty. "Lmky will be the man who builds la 1912." If Interest d, corn. aui se us. E. E. Fl'Ll.KU LL' MB EH COMl'ANV 'Fuller Lumber Talks" iaczL:L:o:agDE333cz3ri Al ' AYS II ON THE JOB !MHn CANDIES, CIGARS and STATIONERY. II CARMAN !! AT THE Fpsf pFFICE ii !! El U n u ! THE COURT! I EXCHANGE I The Flutat of W I N K g L 1 y U O R S C 1 li A K S I J. G. Brown 11(1. ,, . I Pioche Meat I I Couinajiv ggf Veal Pork' Muff nn I I Ham Bacon and Sausage? I Fresh Ranch 'Eggs I I Vegetables and Fruit "II l I K CdDAIL Freight i the railroads. tee fin T ' " naa with m u00(J Cot) Don't fr... . . . hav. . : wnen ou "nt ?n.u" t0" e,r.,t NW. VV. "Hi oeuveries. INTER-MOUNTAIN COAL COMPANY D. P. SULLIVAN, A8,t