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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
THE PIOCHE RECORD liii The Pioche Record Published Every Saturday by PIOCHE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Term of Subscription One year, iu advance $2.50 One year, it not in advance, .... 3.00 Six months, in advance, 1.60 Six months. If not in advance, $1.75 Paperg sent to loreign countries, at $3.50 per year; $i.7 tor six uionins, strictly in advance. Advertising rate on application. tup LEADING NEWSPAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY Entered in the Postoffic'e at Pioche, Nev., as Second Class Mall Matter LEWIS H. SEASON, Editor & Mgr. MM VALLEY RAILWAY ffll The Record acknowledges the r. cenpt of an invitation to utttiu. the celebration next week iu the Mo upa vu.ley couieiuoi alius the com plelion and ftruial opening ot L. Moaua valley branch of the Sai. Luke Route, the present terminus o. nhich is St. Thomas. A very exeellant program bu been prepared and i mirations it;, that an iuiuiense crewd will parti..: pate iu the festiviti.s of tho oeci sion. The Salt Luko Route lias announ. ed excursion rales from nil points oi the road to Overton and f t. Tucma A large number of Salt Luke bui..e men will take advantage i f Uie t. elusion iat,cs and it is ai -0 a:: 1 ipnted that Lincoln county will I w oil i epresented. fho following, from the pen of Mi S. It. Whitehead, appenrel in the la lsstte of tlie Chirk County Review: "The completion of thp Mtapa va ley branch cf the Salt Lake Railroi'. marks the bogiuning of i:ew life lot the semi-tropical garden spot of ih Sagebrush Etate. Years ago tl. Mormon pinners found, this womle, fully fortl.e spot, located in the ley, and in a comparatively shot time had a population of nearly 2, :' people. The fertility of the soil ma ' crops such as are seldom seen. Thej thought that they were In Ftah.fh home of the other Moimons, n patu ciieir taxes thero for years Then came the government mtrve showing (he country lo be in Ne vada and not iu Utah. Old Lincoln county woke up to the situation and found that she had some c;ood prcj erty ana proceeded therewith tr collect taxes, not only those ctirr -but took steps to collect all baekt; es. Bitterness arose through 1: Biilts and, finally, the people turiipe the country over to the Nevada an tlicritles and went bark to Ctnl Fifteen hundred people left hon burning and went bark to t.'ttt'i and from the top ot the mesa, ,-r they watched the straw and ha stneks burning, bade good-bye t' . Jld Moapa val'ey. "For -rs the valley slept as r itr-ened 'No Man's' country. Fc poopl? ever stopped to (re to rni . the old into a new conn try. A f -f a re farm could be had tor a . -Vll: n I eitig traded off fr n eiir sized pony. Now and then ajui- on loeatte! on a O'act of land here i there, and, soon getting tired C hard work.moved on to let sorueon. else try it. But with the building .-' the Salt Lake railroad through Nev -da, came prospects of better thing,' Some men cf different parts Jaii d the few land holders of the vn' ley and tried sonic new experinK'ntt in the way of shipping garden still' to northern marketB. The exprl mouts so far conducted all snow that intenrive farming or gardenim In the Moapa valley will bring hi: results. These matters wore takei up with the Salt Lake railroad p. plo and they were asked to build f branch line down, tho va'ley develop it and bring in ruora settlor; Everybody wished it could be done Some thought it might bo done, anc" therewere a few who determined tha it would be done, if hard work cc-.iU" do It The moving spirit of the valley to undertake to make the mil road people see any good whatever in the proposition was S. II. We'.!;. And If ever man saw the fruits of good labor materialize- into real da:, dreams, he did. "Now the work is done and the ro p Is built to St Thomas, a distant-. o-f nearly twenty miles, and It Is now up to the people to show the railroad that things can.Le done iu Moapa valley. Thty see the need of ar;ain setting the valley settled with people and have set a time for a celebration of the completion of the road and for advertisement. As reported be fore, the dates are June 71 h and S.h Breaking It Gently. "1 hnve culled, sir. to see the photo uf the lady with $".0U0 who wants a husband "Cnn you keep your face trolght?" "(if course I cuu." "Very well We'll iiretik ynii In first with the $.".inni applicants, mid then gruduuliy. uk you glow stronger, we will work you up to the big prize. This way, please, and don't set frightened." l:Li!!iiii!:B.lli! iiliiili-l!,u;iJ:liiUiUii:ilUHimiililjlu:Uii.i)liill EXCURSION to all CALIFORNIA j Beach Resorts Low rate tickets on Bala I At CAUKNTE and PiOCHE j Daily .May 1st to September 30th. Long Beach, Citaina, SanDicgo, Venice, Ocean Park. ; See your Agent for information T. C. PECK, G. P. A. J. H. MANDERFIELD, G. P. A., Los Angeles A. G. P. A., Salt Lake JAY-BRISTOL COMPANY I SHIPPING BhISTOL ORE! That the Day-Bristol Mining Co., figures on enlarging the scope of its operations appears to be the program for the near future. Already Ueu. Sup't Wlducombe his tuit.o a camp of men tstutluncd on the Bristol side if tae .mountain .vhero the active extraction of ora .rum tiw May lMy ami unsy wiik-s ; vi in progress, tha operations 'be- Ins conducted through the May Lay shaft. it was from tlico mines Unit the iat William Llo. i., John R. Cook i mi-.t W.M. Chri-tian cleaned up $l..s,. - i)00 in about three months freii! a uuso s.-.nerai eais ao. Tlie old UrUtol Con. comiany rif'.isd to trat't lUem an ext. us-t n cf time r el: o thiy would have ttken out ire which would have bivunht th m l very niti'. h larger s sum: yet ut:t Aitlistiwdiiij this rofr.sal, the ciuu- n:iy put r-.rth no rff,--rf to p'lip. the product ot' the propel tics nftor Jio leasers had f lciod their tout i.U'J left. Kvwit.xMv, . ". e Hue mine r. 'i ings wiil be pushed through Prls '.'d hill after which time the or s 'rem 'lie i.,iii(s on the I rit.t-il f'ef Nill be bnni'il't tc tlie s-.t.-'i V e through the Day mine; the ni"e I'ui'ir-'d ; t ,;g o' the latter to lorra a part ct n p'.oposed tunu :' Tills aventio Is now hi lug push ihoad in ihe direction of the Hrls ui pr 'l" fin s. (... .lcg vp new r . ioiirc ? on t!.c i y. i'e'innij.' the tofiiph tlca cf tae !uunel the Day-Ill I.' tol eompMiiy will haul the llrlslol oies lo the 1'ny Hint; by team, there mukh g a trans .'it ti the ears cf the I'Irche l'tn if. c ral'.road and the produ-'t sent on U Jnitrney to the Salt Lake smelters. Durln:r thm nresenl. week Siinerlntpnd nt Wlddicombo purchased a number! "f teams for llrlstol ore hulling ser vice1 and nt the present time, five I hor-io outfits are on the road. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS A ru'lng of the poc-t office fi.jprt iient is to the effect t'mt iieiu aapers cauui.t carry de!iniiiiit fniu aribers longer than a lmlted tl:ni, inder penalty of having their pom d ate revoked. This loaves the pub ishor no choice iu the matter, ho. ier much he may U sire to favor a .I0SCVMM.I1. We are sending notiim to ell .ibscribers who are In aivcars ai d vo will expect to retivtf a prompt u dy. If any fail to riKind, after a tasouablo time, the pupir will le liscoutiiiued and the bill p!utd l i no hands ef aa attorney for oil... ion. if you suddenly nase u 'eoelve tho Record, don t aecm e ho publisher cf bciii afraid tii t io lBuiiey fer the dollini :ent tu'i i 'rlp l.u will not be f rib. uniing, b.d 'eiueuibor we must obey the po -rs (hot be. Remember, a.so, tii t . your paper stops without beln Mi ri d stoppr-d that yon owe t:s t last tho price of one year's sal ..srlption. It is also well ( be ar I uind that as long as a pert, in t: k i peri j lit al from tho post office lo s loyally liable for the subscriptio,! rine.. li you nr Interested Iu Pioche, yen timet very we'l g.'t alonr within:' 'ie Retord. If you are ii'.t refte:! i. the oiliics, the Record will kee-p you )ost"il.on deielnpmeiits. If ycu a1' intores'cd In ai'.i IcuHtire, . v, lii. ii Nevada Is toi'r;cl to make rapid stri'.l vltliin tho in'Xt few yerr,:, ycu bv ill menus will want the record. !,-,. Lincoln county alone are ast ar.-s: '. lati-l -et ia t1!1 ptiBSessIoii of 1'nC. -n:n; this ia one place In the wart "bore there are .npportvnl'lea fir .he lioraeseeker. Typewriters Given Away The n;aniei"ton Typewriter t'om uny ..t Woodstock. 111., have recent .y given away over 400 f f the hlfli st grade, wholly visible Emmeraen rypewrlters made in the worl.i, state fhey have gone into every ' . I liltllil STANDARD ItL fe (AM CARS md territory In the . United States. There may be some iu your town I'hey arc giving them away ev- jry where to men, women, boys ant. siris. over 18 . years of age, ol jurpi ising y liberal conditions. I you could make uny U3e of h ?IOO.ua typewriter, providing it die uot cost yo even one tent, tlier 'in a letter or on a posiul turd iu, dr. s.;td to Frat-k L. Wilder, Presl ajn, ocustoeti, in., siutpiy say. "Mali tbe all your free offeirf," uni by return uiaii you will receive Ihoir free Offers, Uio iuim.a of o or -l'JO who have recently receive. typewriters free, and you will laan ou v.h.'.t easy conditions you cai set cu e of their typewriters fre riKht itwuy. Tho Eini-rson Typewriter is on jf tiio hlgUt'.st sratie, wholly visitl. typewriters li'.adc in tho world. Man who have lined the "EMERSON" and other makes pronounce the "ISMKi. SON" superior tu' any SluO.OO tj'p wr.t.r .11 hie market. It is i . wholly vli iblc machine,1 lias ever.. new, ii(i to ciate failure., looks lilu ether high (trade .ftuflOU i ,-).n:. ihoir.;ii it is. now a-lliiig at a.i ai I :mis'Ui:i;.y b.w price and on ti rw i no ino. ..:y whli oiiLr, tl i: I in .- i yjur nun home. Nothing iu pay t. first, nad after a thuiout,li t.ial. 1 cents day until puid. The "EMER oO." iuis every now Improvement unlvirsul keyboard, buck spacer, tab lutiter, two-color ribbon, ocerjthiu toe b ni; .is tli iortal maeliiuo fm jeiimers as well as fur tlit mos. expert typists and steiiograpliers;jusl fan tyiiewritor fur Ihe sum lest oi largest office. If you could possibly uiuke uii) use of a high grade typewrit..: r, ev in thougii it did not coat you one cent if money, tr If you would Ilk. the awncy in your town on a phv by which you could make Ida money. - "' If .voir would like a position wit! the company, thin bo sure, on : p-.istal card or iu a letter addrensei to"Krai:k L. Wilder, president, Wood stock, 111.," say, "Mail me your Kroi Oi'i. Ti,." APPLICATION FOR PATENT SsHRIAU NO. OiOIS. i NITF. I'.T.VI es Land Office, Carson thy Ne vada, May 29, 1912. Nmiio is hereby given t;iat tin i'ioche Cuulliion Mines Company by lis n;;i'tit and attorney in fact .M. L. Loe, cf I'iacho, Nevada, ha: tii.i',1.' (ipi'iieittiou fer a United States patent for tho Monarch, Monarch No. l.Moiiiinh No. 2, Monarch No.3, Mon arch Fraction, Newport Fraction. Wedge Fraction, Swansea, Swans: s r.u. 1, fawatisea No. 2, Swansea No 3, Swansea No. 4, Swansea No. f sHvanaoa No. 0, Swansea No. 7 i'riautie I'raction, Specie Fraction, loldeu Eagle Fraction, Treasure Hill, Ireasiiro 11111 No. 2, Treasure Hill No. 3, Tronso.iie Iiill No. 4, John D., Abe, .Mkuvny and Golden Ea:ilc Extension lodes consolidated min ins claim, sltitato iu the Eiy ' mlu ins dijti'ic't, Lincoln county, s.aii of Nevada, being mineral survey No :u.l3, and dosciiiicd in tlie fick in "S and piais of official curcy oi. -Uo ia this iftke with magneti. vuri:.tion at iti deg. 30 min. East a1 t'aliaivs, to wit: Couiuieuting at cirmr Xo. i the Jinnarch Frait-oti ice.e, f .'on; 11 men the uortn west ccrt.ir ;f i;.c il;:a 2S, township l no.-th,' ra s ' 7 east Mount Diablo Baso and Mer i;iiau bears N. 17 deg. 21 n,iu. it -ts. k. 611.7 fe.t; thi-nce N. 57 dc. 05 min. I'J. 310 feet to corner No. i t tae Monarch Fraction lode; theuc. N. 33 Hog. S min. E. 210 feet ti eoratr No. 1 cf the Swansea NV 7 lode, from which the. aforcsaii itiiioa corner bears N. 4 dee. 4j I'; la. SO sees. W. 530.9 feet: thence 5J deg. i9 min. E. 723. S feet to t-?i section v. Itli Unci 4 1 ef the jt-wiiupca No. 5 lode:,thenco N. 2( !?:! ! niln. W. 439.1 feet to cor hier No. 1 of the Swansea No. - 5 !i'tle from which the aforesa'4 sec Ir'.ju cort.tr bears N. 60 dog. 34 min. U- se.-s. W. 798.1 feet; thence N. (il tie,'. E., 1800 feet to corner No. 2 of the Swansea No. 3 lcde, which I ioo-.tl.al with corner No, I of the ,'irianflo Fraction lode and from iwhiih the aforesaid section corner" be:!r3 S. deg. 48 min. 10 sec. W. !VL."'2.1 feet; thence N. 56 deg. 53 min. E, 3 f.et to -corner No. 2 ot tin. Triangle traction lode, thence S. iZ ueg. liU mill. E. 14KU.9 feet to corner No. a ot the Triangle trac tion lode, thtncu S. i2 deg. 17 min. i 1071.7 feet to corner No. 3 ol be icwpo:t Fraction lode; thence i. iiii lii-ri- fa min. VV. 580.5 feet to orii.r Xr 4 el Ihe Newuort Frae- aon lo.ii ; tueiiii. b. 6t ueg. 11 mm. ll.ii f -et to corner No. 2 of the Swansea No. 1 lode, thence b. b-. deg. W. lU&ii.l fett to corner No. I it tho Abe lode; thence S. 19 deg. if mini E. Hhti.4 feet to corner No. of tho Abe lode; thence S. 26 deg. i3 min. E. laOO fe.t to corner No. tl tho Midway lode; ihence S. t icg. W. !Lit.4 foot to corner No. it the John D. lade; thence N. 2t .e'. -18 min. W. BUj.l feet to cor aer No. 5 of the John It. lide; thenct N. 26 deg. 4 mill. W. 1300 feet to corner No. 5 of the Coldcn E.iglc iCxtenslon lode; thence N. 1 deg. 3! oiln. W. 93T.3 feet to c.rner No. Mo. 1 ef the tlol lcn Kagla Extension lode, from which the aforesaid sec ion earner biars N. 30 deg. 20 mil; 10 sees. W. 37U8.8 feet; thence N. 31 leg. -M min. W. M1.2 foot to cor er Noi of the Golden Eagle Frac- icu lode; theuie N. IS deg. Ci min. W. 910 ft et to c'oruer No. 1 oi the Golden Eaulo Fracti.n lode, .'rom which the aforesaid eeet'oi airuor bears N. 31 :lcg. min. 1 iocs. W. 225S.4 t"ot; thence N. 2( leg. 46 min. W. 553.4 feet to Inter .ectlon with line 23 cf tho Swan ,ea No. 6 lode: thc-n e S. 42 dog M mlii. V. 093,7 f' et to coi-m-r No 5 ot the Swansea N.i..' 6 lode, .vhich is ideiittcul wiih corner No . of the Specie Fraction lode and 'rom whkh1 ihe aforesaid sec .loa corner bcias N. 1 dog. 4 Jiiu. V. 1900.3 icei; thence N. 6 .eg. uS miu. E. 10. feet to corner Vo. 2 cf Uio Spoile Fraction lcdi; Uieuce S. 25 deg. 5 IS mill. E. 137'. -c-et to earner No. 3 oi ihu Specii .'"rait'.oii lode; Ounce S. C-l dejt & niln. et0 i'eet to e:rnur No 1 of the Specie traction lode, whlcl a lacntkal wiih corner No. 1 o no lreasure lull No. 2 icde am r.im which Ojl. attirtaid sectloi bi'i:?v buirs N. 12 deg. !2 mill. W 1310.7 feet; thence 8. 5 deg. 54 niii. t.. IjeO feet to comer No, f tin- Treasure) Hill No. 2 lode; thence S. 04 deg. 68 min. W. 1200 oet to conn r No. 3 of tho Treas re llill No. 3 lode; thence N. 1 lex. I4 m!a. W. H.OU fe.t to eoi ;er No. 4 of the Treasure 1 1111 No ! b rio; thence N. 14 deg. 30 min iV. 21 1 feet to corner No. I of th loiiH'ih No. 3 lode, from- wiiicl ha aforesaid sedion cor no icoi'i i. b u.g. bu mm. 07 sees i. .17.''!. i feet; ihence S. tl do. 1 :lln. IS. 351.3 f -t to corner No. f the Monarch No, 3 lode; lliem f.SI dog. W. 1200 feet to corner Nc 1 cl the Mnnanh No. '2 lade ho;ue N. tl deg. 13 min. W. 520.; - v t j . one r No. 5 of the Monarct So. :'. p'der thence N. 23 tf jt- 27 min 'J. '.ill.ii fei t to corner No. of (hi doiiitrch "o. 2 lcde; thenro N. 8 log. E. 13 feci to' corner No. 1 t ho Mona.'vh No. 3 lode, fro; vmcn tue aioresiiiu section cor .er tears N. 22 deg. 21 niln. 31 ei'B. E. 3iSti feet; thence N. 1( log. 11 niln. E. 590.9 feet to come no. 5 of the Monarch No. 1 lode, hence N. 42 deg. 02 min, W. 802 -eot to corner No. 4 ef the Weile -Taction lode; thence N. 81 deg. B. ...3 feet to corner No. 5 of tiio V id Vaetion lode; Ihence N. 52 de 0 mlu. E. 623 fo.t to corner No t of the Mcnnri'h lode from whlcl :he aforesaid section corner boa J. 41 deg. 31 min. 3o s en. E. 17K6 loot; thence S 67 iick. 05 min. 1 -S3 feet to corner NV. 4 cf th" vlonareh Frailiou lode; thence N 2 dog. 32 mlu. E, 1274.2 fo"t t he place of bo;;luiiiug if doscrlpt'oi t ext. rior boundarii e of said " con iliilnied claim. Said consolidated c'.nim loin- loeu 1 lu sectloni 21, srs. rjr ard 33 tow: ilp 1 north, range tf7 cast Mount Dl bio Pace and Meridian and contain r; a total ara of 40S.1J5 airis, cj It'ding however therefrom In add! on t the exclusions made betnoei ae l.ides of this srr.vcy, 2.299 a-.Tit i confiict with tho General Urau .'a. 1 survey No. 3701, 4.415 acre t c.-afil.t with tho Black Hawk No : st:r. No. 36S1; 2.247 acres ia coo I t with i'lnck Hawk Numbei , r.rcj- No, 30.M and 4.213 aires li outlet with the Ailoo No. 2 lode tnsurvcyed. Net ana applied f;i 'e-lna 38S.971 acrsi. I?a:h cf sai l lodes embraced ti e.id eonso'.l-.l: tod elihn being o oi Ui the oifice of tiio cjunt e.vraer at l icihe, .iuoo n coup v, Nevada, 'ihe nearest known locations ot tit.loj elates being tha a' retail tifiic'tins claims and Golden Ea.?lt. J. AVashliigton, Geo. Washiugto! .'..'s 1 and 2 sur. 3SS1, Kcsor sur 3i n.-d BuUiin Belcher No. 6 sur If.? " . - I direct this notice bo publl.-hx! u Toe Piofho Record, at Pioeho Maco'n county, Neva.'a, f.r t'.e per Jd of nine eenrecmive weeks. lovis j. corx, Ki':'r. First pub ill; la. t 7-27, Fit 2 A Hurt on Him. - Rliliaid 111 bad offered King his kingdom fur -Ha." ev have to H" io I il lllill . .d In 11). ir.i I inline laiaicd Lit i':to;;ll. "111 t be ; 11 ll- FORFEITURE NOTICE To Geo. L. Stone,l-2; C. E. Lacey 1-4. You and eacti of you are hereby aotified that i have expended dur ing the year, 1911, $100 worth ot abor and improvement on the iouth Trend Loue Mining Claim, tit aate in the Atlanta, unorganized min ug district, Lincoln County, State it Nevada, the location notice ot .vhich appears of record iu Bock D. 1, aage s, of .Mining -Notices, uncoil. Jo. Nevada Records, and If within linety days after tlie first . publics ion of this notice you fail, or re use to contribute your portion o! mob expenditure made by me, tc iether with Oie cost ot advertising. n said South Tend lode niluim- ilaim. yotr int. rcs.t in said c'aiin tvil jecome tlie propi rty ot the subscrib er, your co-owner, who has . made ho required expenditure in accord mce with the provisions of Sec. 232-: f the Revised Statutes of tho Vn Ited States and the amendment! :hreto approved January 22, 1SS0 concerning annual labor upon mining laling. Said $100 was expended U iold said mining claim for the yeai 'ndlng December 31, 1911. ELMER M. BRAY Firs pub. Apr. 6; last, July 13,1912. NOTICE f. A. NO. 06912. APPLICATION FOI Patent. United Statts Land Office .'arson City, Nevada, March 29, 1912 Notice Is hereby given, That Hike in'il Mining and Milling Company, t orpjratlou, through its authorize. igeut, James Castles, whose postui We address Is lliko, Lincoln County. .N'e.ada, has made application for t Jnlted States patent (or the Elephant Ugh Fly, Tom Blunder,' Hiko ' Bel , JaX ey View aud Vera' Lode Mluliu lain-.s conso.ittated, situaUd in th. 'ahraaagat Lake Mining District Jouhty of Lincoln, State of Nevada, lelng survey No. 4006, and describee a ..'.he field notes aud plat on flit n this office.with magnetic varlailor it 16 deg. 33 min. to 17 dg. East as fellows; Commencing at corner No. 1 of E iphant lcde claim, whence, the la jection corner between Sections tS md 32, Township 3 South, Range 59 Sast, Mt. Diablo Base and Meridian, aeara S. 40 deg. 45 min. B. 362.5 feet thence N. 55 deg. 68 min. E. 1118.6 feet to corner No. 4 of Vera lode; theuco S. deg 20 min. W. 673.4 ft. to comer No. 3 of Vera lode; thenco S. 50 deg. 67 min. W. 115 feet to iutersoct line 1-2 Hiko Bell Lode; thenco S. 80 deg. 48 min. B. 39l .'set to cerncr' No. 2 of Hiko Bel. .ode; thence K. 8 deg. 43 min. W. 500 feet to corner No. 3 ct Hiki Bell lode; thence N. 80 deg. 48 min W. 545.4 feet to corner No. 4 of .liko Bell lode, identical with . cor ter No. 3 of Elephant lode and cor :er No. 4 of litgh Fly lode; thenct 5. II ties. 18 min. W. 1499.1 feet tt iorner No. 3 of High Fly lode; thenc V. 81 deg. Hi mlu W 600 ft, to cor icr No. 2 of Htfih Fly lode; thenci . deg. 23 miu. K. .1499.2 f. et b aimer rv I ct ittiiii njr :oito ani r, I or 4 t Eh phant lode; theuc. I. 9 ce. a min. E. (134.2 foet I; ytriiei Ko. 2 of Tm niunden biie he.'iee N. 7s deg. 09 min. W. 15d0 ft. : c -rnoi No S of Torn Blunder lode. d-utital wiih ecruor No. 1 of Val ?y lew lode thence N. 73 dej.. r: aln . laon re, to corner No, f Vo'ley Vlow lode; thence N. icg. id miu. E. 681.6 foet to cornet Jo. 3 of Valley Vi nv lode: thence fc l de.e. 4u min. 1-1. nS fett to tor o:r No. 2 of Valley 'le lode idc. .'tal - ila corner No. 4 of Tom lllun lor lode; ihence S.-Vs Ueg. 0'J miu. 1. .500 feet to corner No. I of Tom Bin ei- li ot; ihence N. 9 deg. 20 min t. aio.S foet to corner No. 1 of Eiephau. t'e, the place tl beginning and lo altd in E 1-4 aud SW 1-4 of Sec- a n 2; , HE 1-4 'cf Section 30, NE I f Section 31. and NV 1-4 of NE 14 i id SW 1-4 of Section 33, Townshl) t smith, Ru?;e 69 East, Mt. Dlablc ). & M., containing au ar.-a of 76 no acres exclusive of conflicts with -iOt No. 37, John T. lode. Lot No. 3S, .ehmer loue.l.ct No. 39, Indian Chlel ado (Am'd), Lot No. 41, Mollie C Jde and lot No. 46, Harrison lode; ejciniug ana cciitneilng claims as Sown by Phtfcf Survey are Lot No 7, John T. L-Jtle, Lot No. 38, Lehmer ode, Lot No. 3a, Indian Chief lode; Ani'd), Lot No. 41, Molllo C. lode t ot No. 46, Harrison lcde, Sur. No 317, Black Prince lode, and Deuver ide (unsurveyed). I direct tluit this notice be publish 1 in the Pioche Record, publlsh.V t Tioche, Nevada. LOVIS J. COHN, . K-citer. Date of first pub. April 6; last, Jur '.1912. Edwin W. Senior. Salt Lake City tah, Clalinnnt's Attorney. FORFEITURE NOTICE rtoch Nevada. Feb. 15, 1912. o Fred J. Mills, his heirs, 1 gal representatives of assigns: You are hereby notified that the uide;sif.iieJ, ye.i;r re-Owner, has x rciiaod dunng ihe year. 1911, One llundres Dollars in labrr and lm niovometit upon the Colfax lode aiining rialm, situated in the High id Mirong DlstMct, Lincoln Count ! ato of Nevada, as will appear by J Proof of labor filed In the of .h:e of ihe county recorder of said county. Your proportion of said expeiidiiiui, as to-owuer, in said Coifax lode mining claim is $33.33 1-K You ro also noiitiod that tho uu-iei-Bigned, us your co-owner, ha ex- ponded during the year lull, Sev- u Hundred Dollars lu labor and im provements upon the Holy Moses, Black Wonder, Ridge, Seven-thirty, High Five, He-d Tep, and 1 Moose lode milling claims, situated in the Highland Mining District, Lincoln - County, State of Nevada, as will ap pear by the proofB of labcr filed lu the office of the county recorder ot tain county. Your proportion t jaid expenditure being $350. Such extienditnres having been aiade to hold said claims under tlie provisions of Sec. 2324 of the Re deed Statutes of the United 8,tut s and the amendment there to approved January 22, 18(0, as jnacted by the Congress ot the Un ited States concerning annual labor jpou mining claims, that being the imount required to bold said claims for the year ending Deewmber 31, 1911. And you are hereby notified that if within ninety days from the personal service of this notes or 'iit!ilu ninety days after this notice ay publication, you fail or refuse to . contribute your proportion ot such sxpendltures as co-owner, which imounts to $385.33 1-8, your inter .St iu said claims will become the property of the subscriber, your iresent co-owner, under the provis ions ot said section 2324. CHARLES WHALE Y, OUR JOB DEPART MENT. A. Up-to-date Quality Right Prices Right What else is ' needed? APPLICATION NO. 2424.NOTICE OF App.lcatlou f.r 1 emission to Ap propriate the Public Waters ot the State cf Nevada Notice Is hereby given that on the .th day ot May, 1912, in accordance with Section 25, Chapter XXXI, of the Statutes of 1909, one Grover A. t'ounge, of Qulnn Canyon Ranch, Jounty of Lincoln, and State of Ne ada, made application to the State Snglneer of Nevada for permission to ipproprlato the public water ot -he State cf Nevada. Such appro priation is to be made from lower ind of tha Quluu Canyon stream from 3uiun canyon springs, at .joints on unsurveyed land, from he head of pipe line the N. W. cor- -or of f.ec. 19 T. 1 N. R. 56 E., M. J. r. et m., ptsrs S. 68 deg 15 min a., Il.ono feet, by means ot a dam md S-io cuhic feet per second Is to be conveyed to nolnta In S tt 1.4 of NW 1 1 of Pec. 16, T. 1, N. R. 55 F., M H. h. ft M. by means cf nlns line, sud there used for Irrigation. lock vtitrlng and domestic' purpos es. Wetei not to be returned ttream. Sigii.u: W. M. KEARNEY. State Engineer. First pub. 6-1 last, -29. THE ETERNAL There must be something be yond nun in this wotkj. Even on attaining lo his higheit potabilities he like a bird beabng against his cage- There tt something beyond. O deathless sou!, hke easheil. moaning 1 01 the boicm ef the ocean lo which you belong I Chapin.