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THE PIOCHE RECORD
SATURDAY, APRit 20, 1913.
The Best Bib Overall
Two Horse
Brand
A New Pair
FREE
If They Rip
LKVI STRAUSS A. CO.
MFRS.. SAN FRANCISCO
LOCAL CITY HAPPENINGS
Send to the Record for your type
wrlur supplies.
Odd Fellows' Annlversray
Ploehe Lodge No. 23, I. O. O. F. I
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.
Kd Fuller Lumber Talks.
Father E. V. Reynolds was up
from l,as Vegas during the week.
C. P. Fitzgerald went to Calientf
last Tuesady on business.
Henry Bowling is at Delia, Utah,
where, he la-doing carpenter work.
William Lloyd has returned from u
business trip to Salt Luko.
Orlando Evangelistt war In
Jack Rabbit- last Thursday.
fl'OD
ilrs. Henry L was up from Pa
uaea this week.
Will Carman and Angelo Lynch arc
in 1-a.ko Valley this week.
Lode and placer location no
tices for sale at the Record office.
District Attorney MrNaniee was ur
from Callente this week.
Arthur Thomas Is still con
fined to his home by sickness.
fir. J. D. Campbell returned from
Salt Lake yesterday.
M. L. Leo and John R. Cook vis
ited the Valley View farm In Lake
valley this week.
David Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs
William Lloyd, returned from Sail
Lnlcf early In the week.
Will Hammond was in from En
gle Valley this week with a load of
potatoes.
Attorney J. M. tlreexe lias re
turned from Bait Lake afler an sb
ence of several months.
Mrs. W. M. NIcholB has been
confined to her home this week by
sickii"ss.
F.l E. Caffey and family departed
f-r Suit Lnke last Mondny . wherr
they expect to remain permanently
H. F. Wlddecomb, superintendent
ef the 'Day-Bristol mine, li n-i i- n
en trom Salt Lake
Waller (letehell was in from .I I I
Habbltt this week. He Is employed
as engineer at the Pay Bristol mine.
Buys Caffsy Home
I'ndershegff Jake Johnson has pur
cbase the V. K. Caffey homo on
lower Main street.
John V. Mcintosh expects to de
part for Mlnnepolls today on a bus
iness trip.
Mr ai;il MrB. E. L. Goethe ar
rived from Salt Lake yeaterduy and
xpect to r waln several weeks.
F. L. Byron and family left last
Tuesday for Salt Lake. After a
brief Btop there, they ex pen to
to to Brit b Columbia.
Prank . McDowell, formerly of thi
Pioche cafe. Is conducting the dia
ling room In a new hotel recently
built nt Delta, Utah.
T. Worth Bowen depart'-d for
Mullan, Idaho, last Tuesday when
ho will fill the dutlts of manager
of the (lold Hunter mine.
Comes To Prince Con.
Harry Parker, for some time con
nected with the I'tah Apex mine at
Bingham, has arrived In camp and
has nccepted the position of fore
man at the Prince Con. mine.
Catarrh Cannot Bs Cared
with UX'AL APPLICATIONS, as tlwy
t-umiui n-i.u lite ih-ui.ui ills Uldvuso. I.-
tftirh la ft blood cr constitution;.! dlea.
and In enl.r to cute li you must t:tue In
ternal nmt-dit-Bi HjII'ii CuUitIi Pure ta
taken lni-m.lty, a:-.d ncti directly upon
tne moou ami nuionuii curiae1, Huns
Catarrh Curo Is not a qua k mlclne. It
wn prcst rlbe-d by ens of tho bent Dhv-
sltlans In title country fr yours ami Is
a regular prescript Ion. It li composed of
tl! best tor.lcs Known, romWned wltii the
U-t blood purlf era, ftctlnB directly on the
itiucous sun r.cts. -trie perrect Tombinn.
tlon of thn two Ingredients Is T.-'iat rro-
duces such wonderful rerults In curing
rattirrn. ncnu tcr testimonial, tree.
P. 3. rilKKKV CO., Prop., Toledo, O.
Si M by r-rueyifts. .prlc 75c.
Tk Hell's Family Fills tot otmsUpsUen.
Alfred Perkins, formerly an "' em- :
I plnyt- of the Record and family, ?
have left Ullwisburg, Washington,,
j and are now located at Price, t'tah.
I l.illU- (iodbc, son of II r. and Mrs.
K. I,. Godtf, arrived fretn Salt
Lake early in tbe week and la
a guest at the William Lloyd home. !
Pat Steps High
A 12-pound baby boy arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Christian last Thursday morning.
Reed Fixes Up
George Reed baa had hi . ' saloon
uewly papered and pointed '. , ' wMofc
adds very materially to Its appear
ance. Tbe Hodges-Cook Merc. Co., re
ceived six car loads of mercbanldse
this week. See the display add of
this firm In this Issue.
Aaron Hoffman, the watchmaker,
left for Calleule last Thursday.
Tbe Prince Consolidated manage
ment reports a scarsity of ' carpen-
ers at its properties. The railroad
contractor have alwo been working
itiort banded. There Is absolutely ne
louse for idleness In Piocho now.'
A Sad tra etr.ent
Tie many Pioche friends of Mr.
:nd Mrs. E. L. Oodlie were shock
ed to hear of the sudden death of
their 13-year old son In Salt Lake
recently. The Record Jolna . In
txtendiog heartfelt sympathy tt
he bereaved family.
Chan. Scliodde, who for sometime
,mst has been foreman at , the PI-
cue Coalition mines, has resigned.
He will go to Tonopah where a
xosd position await him.
Hemes Quarantined
Thero are three cases of smallpox
reported this, week and the homes
A A A. Carman and Undersherlff
J.tl-e Jol.tiBon have been quarantin
ed These are the only cases known
o exist at the prtent time and
.it mca instance the ailment has
jppeatf d in light form.
Odd Fellows Anniversary
The Odd Fellows of Ploelio have
trrnnged to commemorate the 92nd
innlverasry of tho founding of that
irder next Friday evening. A ball
'lll be given at Thompson's opera
3uys White House Bar
Bo Hayes completed a deal yes
terday whereby he became tho pur-
.baser of the White Houso Bar,
.'roDi .1. G. Small.
lervlces Next Wednesday L
Rev. E. A. Palmer of Las Vegas hf i
innounced that he will be In Pioch
to hold services at the Cnlon Sun
'ay school building next Wednesday
tventng, the 24th Inst. i
Ploehe School Notes
This week ends our elhHi month
f school and each room is busy
,'lth examinations. Many pupils
ave been unfortunate in hiving to
e out on account of sickness, but
aost of them are In attendance again
nd wo bopo to have every child
resent every ady next month.
The lecture given by Rev. Palnv
r several weeks ago, as a school
benefit, was a success In more ways
han one. The lecture was one of
Igh merit and was voted a success
y every one who had the pleasure
if listening to It. From the . pro
ceeds we have placed upon the school
rounds a large rwlng and a see
aw. We hoped to encourage out
loor exerolse and we feel It " has
ne so to the ev'tent that' wm ajia.!
bout thrco of each whero wo have
my one of each.
CHANGES M ADE IN THE
STATE POLICE FORCE
A Carson dispatch says: The suak
ng up of the state nollco fore.
still continues. The latest to
renlgn Is no other than Inspector
Cahlao.
3AB80N VALLEY HAS
SOMt WEALTHY PEOPLE
It is estimated that thirty thous
and dollars will be taken out of Car
inn Valley this summer by resi
dents of that eectlcn going to Ku-
rope on pleasure and sight seeing
rips. From twenty-five to thtrty
people will moke the trip thta sum
mer. When you want a life of ease
and pleasure Its up to you to get
i farm In Carson Valley. Carson
News.
May Be a Candladte
nislritsj Judge Somers of fiofd'
field If mentioned as a probable ran
iidato for the office of supreme
court Justice on .the democratic
ticket.
Tallman Coming Out
Clay Tallman of Rbyollta has
announced his candidacy for cone-
ress on the Democratic ticket.
A letter from L. Schertlnger Is
to the effect that he expects to
be In Pioche again soon to . look
after some mining Interests.
CeneMled Weaaene.
Mgllroleldd he carry concealed
weapons'; I'ulli euiau-Yr He had Ms
fists lu his pocket. New York Free.
If you desire your suit tailor-made,
come in and select cloth and
style from the best tailors in
America, whom w represent.
We also havs soma flna ready made
garments for those who prefer them.
SPRING- HATS SPRING SHOES
DRY GOOOD6,
mmmssBSk
THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE
E. Kahn, Proprietor,
Bank
Exchange
A Ulifli Clufs Bt,airt
Where courteoua treat
ment is show n to all.
GEORGE REED.
Proprtctor
IBANK oj
IPIOCHE,
I Incorpotated.
- does a
general
I banking
I business!
lutereat uld on
S Time Deposits
I
M. L. LEE, Cashier I
IIIIIIIIIIIUHIHII
5 MOUNTAIN
B VIEW
HOTEL
TUB BBBT PLACE TO STOP
W'HU.K IN PIOCHK Located
Next Door to the Court House
MRS. ALEX. ORR, Prop.
bamaisa
HOLDAWAY HOUSE
OfM'Slte the post office. Has neeu
a d fr business ssalu. I'uder
ur. uiituageiueut Kim eluts ac
vouwdatlou ut moderate prices.
IRS. AUCK UOLAN.
DR. L. MARCO, Dentist
baa returned and' will alteruate
between PIOCHK and CAL1UNTU
He will be to Pioche about April
1st, will be located at the Mo mi
lulu View hotel. Those living m a
aiktance will oblbje by tuakiiiK up
point aient by postal.
FOR SALE
A group of claim consisting - of
the Bully Boy, Bijou, Bijou Ne. 2l
and Bijou Fraction, which II east!
of Pioche and join the Nevada Utah I
an the north side of the Meridian
claim. Three dlstlnot veins show
on this group, on' a en the Bully
Boy contact show 40 oz. silver and
18 geld. One ee the Bijou No. 2,
total value ef 1200, and another,
th extension of the Msadow Val
ley Fissure, tracabl for S00 feet I
on the Bijou claim. Very llttl work
ha been done. This group I for
) en ay term. For further
particular, apply ; ta Joe Foster,
Pioche, Nevada.
Underwood. Oliver, Remington or
I learns typewlter ribbon for Ml
by TU Record. City price.
NEW DRESS GOOD3,
NOTIONS
win pia vtewtMm.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
James W. Abbott
. MINING KNiilNEEIl
Pioche, Nevada
f. R. McNAMEE
Attorney and Couiu t Her
At Law
CALIENTE. NEVADA
CHARLES LEE HORSEY
Attorney and Councellor
At Law
PlOC'tW NEVADA
J. a. Kree B. TayliM
FREE A TAYLOR
Mines and Mining
Mines Bought and Sold- 'i'uvieoi.i
Developed. Salt Lake iiy offl
iil D. r. Walkw Jlkit k. Ne
vada office, Thompson llorl
PIOCHE, - '-.NIllVAa
GEORGE DOROTH .
Tonsorlal Artist
No better place Id lite elty
for a HAIR CUT, SHAVE,
or BATH. Come and have
one with us
OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY At
PIOCHK. NEVA!)
FRATERNAL SOCIE l IE3
PIOCHE LODOK NO. S,
& I- O. 0. F. Meets ever)
Tuesday -Kvenlnt? at elab
o'clock. I. O. O. IP. Building, Mai
street. Vlaitlug brothers are invited
Chas. Lee Horsty, Noble Grand;
A. A. Carman, Secretary.
MIRIAM KEBEKAH LODGE NO. M
Pioche, Nevada. Meets every Thir.
day at 7:ao o'clock P. M., I. 0. O t
Hall. All vUitiug brothem and l
Mrs. John ICwIng, Noble Grand;
Mrs. Eva Healy, 8tre(nry.
8T. JOHN LODGK NO. I '
P. & A. M. Meets nt Ma-uf
rxlc Hall. Lacour sli'ett, uu tli
2nd Mouday of every nionlh at elKli
o'clock P. M. ,C. -A Thompson W. M
ioha II. Deck, Secretary.
CHURCH DIRECTORY.
V. P. S. E. Meeta at L'ulun Sun
day School Building tvtry tJuu
day evening at 7:3U o'cloiV. Every,
body Invited.
PIOCHE UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL
Meets every Sunday luurulng a
10:. 10 o'clock. EvrylxMly Invit'd U
Untie meetings.
TO MINING MEN NOTICE
The E. E. fuller Lumber Co.. U
Prepared, to save you money on mlu
lug timber. We will tin tlnilors fut
shaft oY other purposes and d, lvn
to any mino In the at nip. Conxut us.
E. E. FULLER LUMBER CO
THE PRICE HOUSE
.The reliable place to stop wltll.
you are ta Pioche. Meals served tu
oounection.
THE PRICE HOUSE
Win-it you wast calling rants aee
the Record about It.
THE
Magazine
that stakes
Fact
mora foprtnatlntf
Uutu
Fiction
"WMTT1N SO YOU CAM
UIDKirTNO IT
POPULAR
MECHANICS
A CHEAT CsvtrtkMMMl Storr m Um WorU't
fi linn which vou rav beidtt rtatlina at
any timty and which will hold your iniwreia
forever, m running In
Popular Mechanics
Magazine
Are vnu fftdini h ? Two millioiM of your
neighbors are. and it la the favorite magauiif!
m (nousalKW OK UK n n irej n. sui nuiir. it
apprela to all claim" old tnd Tonj(--i.
and women- tlVfc-c v bo kaow una Uiwtt wlkc
want to know.
SCO MAO BACH 1MOMTH SOO PICT u no
toe Aamoixa cr mnuu, iMTtttur
Th ''SKm Noloit" DaiMTtnMnt (20 u:i't
gtvea eHy wayu to do things-how to nmKe
Uaatul axticluB) ior hoine and Uop, reiiirHtt.
'Amatwr McImiiIc M (iO pages) telhhowto
muk3 Mission tumiture, wink-ss outfit . rKis,
ensinae, madrC. and utl the thmv a bey luvrs.
13 mi vkahj. himclk coFttia a eianr
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rot mi umu coey tov
POPULAR MECHANIOH CO.
S20 W. WMMrtVMM St., CTtllCAliU
DIIIIHIIIIIIIllEEKIllHEXHIIilHIXail
Hodges-Cook
Mercantile Go. 1
S
s The Big Store that always
a affords great satisfaction.
sat rj-
J
S Come in and let us show you
I New Spring- Goods.
A RRIVED THIS WEEK
CAR BELL OF THE WE8T FLOUR
CAR BRAN AND WHEAT
CAR OF DI8TILLATE '
CAR ROCK SALT FOR TH6 CAT
TLE AND 8HEEP MEN
CAR WHITE IDAHO OATS.
CAR OF HAY
We handle straight cars of Mer
chaneise and will save you local
rates. s
Fresh vegetables and Fruit
received twice
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lIOC IIi: ASSAY OFFIC13
I'kk iik, - - Nevada
Kquippe.l to handle all bianciu s of EnKineerirp-. Asseyiufcr
and Chemical work
Gold, Silver, Coppsr, .' 91,50
6old, 6ilvr, Lead SLOG
I iicoi m r. t.ti i tily ir t
myv iaii.i.'
I M A t 1 Mi AMI MAI
"Fuller
LET'S MAKE
A BOOSTER
r our town, and let it marlt the
nov, em of a boiue bulltilug fam
pit Un that will outdo - anything
tbal ercr happened here before.
wcrlt together yon who
are homol Hud aw If we
un't i'l.n:rn out a way for yoo to
ut, rt lavultlnfe su.imil rlslit away,
f'oine in Hud p wjj t4n, 01tr
tit; iluii aiiil bIuw yon riit:e lum-
er tbal wl.l floar aa a whole
1 't t f tills talk about pri biss
ton high to bullrl mr. I-'ai-t U
nvir ogaitt will lum'.or .:f 'ihn quill
lt' we ImucUe be tt rlea;.. Kv
ery yesr our vlrslu i'or. sts are jtow
itt saia lr and the don e its ar
ir v.itiK lRrcv. We say lu all ilit
rr:iy, "I.mVy will be ihc. man who
b'llltta in l!i!2." if Intn-e.-t tl. con
atiti siv us.
K. K. F'l 1-I.lClt I.IIIBBU COMPANY
'Fuller
9siaillinQL3HBlBansiBaas
EAIWAVS
ON THE JOB
S-llliig CANDIES, CIGARS I
and STAT10NERT.
CARMAN
AT THE POST OFHCM
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Hit- I'lnrsl of
WINES
MyniRo
unci
II li A 1 8
U. G. Brown
a week.
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Miiiijj-tuJsawgai
Lumber Talks"
1912
YEAR
Lumber Talk"
III Pioche Meat I
aa i
j Company
Beat' Veal Pork Mutton I
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Ham Bacon and Sausace T
S Frist RaBck Eggs
1
Vegetables anl Frill
I
nfor
everybody
INTER-MOUNTAIN
COAL COMPANY
D. F. SULLIVAN, Agent.
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