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THE PIOCHE RECORD
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912- LOCAL CITY HAPPENINGS Send to the Record for your typo writer tuppllea. Lode and plater location no tices tor aale at the KecuTd office. HOLDAWAY HOUSE ,,,,...11. ih uust office. Ha been eiw-ud lor butiue -again. Lnder .manL First elass ac- oinadatious at moderate prices MRS. ALICE DO LAN, - m E K. Freudenthal and two sons arrived from California today. Judge H. S. Lauey, the Calleute tinrnw. was here on court busi ness this week. p n Mf.N:imte of Caliente has been here this week on ktl busi ness. ,- -it District Attorney ilcNaro.ee came r fmm r'Hliente Mumlav lo at tend district court. The Best Bib Overall Two' Horse Brand A New Pair, FREE If They R? LEVI STflAUSS 4. CO. HFRS., SAN FRANCISCO - THE LEADER Style - Quality Satisfaction The only place in town Carrying Ready-made Tha members cf Miriam Rebekal lodee are planning a big time next Monday night on tho occasion of their thlnl mmiversav ball at Thompson's opera house. The Galatea Moving Picture coin nnv eave two fine exhibitions hert last week to appreciative audieuces. and will show ana n Tuesday anc. Wednesday nlthta. Mr. Reese of Bcai.r, rtuh, an aunt of Mrs. AI. x. Orr. is in the city the guest of 'ho hitter and oth er relatives. W. F. Connell, former Justice of the p'-ace of rloche township, Ar rived in the city this mornliiif from Salt Lake. SHOE REPAIRING Nick Bacic, hoeniker, is now ocated in the J. G. Brown bulld- .ug ou Lacour street Harness niend- ,ug also. " Vnderwood, Oliver, Remington or Stearns typewlter ribbons tor sale .y The Record. City prices. NOTICE Clofttaes for Mem The best place in town to order Tailor-made Suits forXadies andgente, " THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE i E. Kahn, Proprietor. Fleasiiniff Prices 1 We do not cry "Sale," "Down with Prices." but wish to tell the public in frank, straightforward n u H H 0 H H H H H II H II M m n i Hrrry W. Turner was over from Hiko this wec-k to s- rvei us a gran juror. Lamond Woods, cuie cf I he sub stantial reslednts of Lincoln coun ty. who resities at Barclay was on of the tsraud Jurors. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Loilin.un o: Culieuie were guests of Mr. and Mrs F. J . Thompson this wtH'lt. A.Msa liene Chanalor of CaliettU was tlte guest of Mr. and Airs. C. A ThompiKin this week. Curl Alqulst and LI. W. Uaker ol Calleute wore in attendance on th Kiiind Jury this week. James Conway, one of the plonee; residents or this county, wns a mem ber of the grand Jury. Ho returnee to Iiiuip Thursiiay afternoon MiH8 Allli! Deeble was anions the Call.-nteauB to visit Pioche till: week Dave Francis was culled in fron 8iri,ig Valley this week to serve a; a iiianrt Juror. Henry Leo returned to his home a PnniH-a yesterday after having berr ri'bMud from duty on the prand jry r;iri j. Ronnow was up from1 Pantiea u counle of dayB this week. V. and Will Lei were In the r'l Tuesday as witnesses before the uraud jury Henry Hammond represented Ennl valhy cn the arnnd jury and Milton Damoron comr over from Fay. J. W. Evans, apent of the Salt Lak Route at Cnlicnte, was In town last Monday having been summoned a: a nraurt Juror. But he was fortunate hi getting excused from duty. ,1. A. NO. 0T04ft. APPLICATION FOR Patent. United States Land Of- ;ce. May 20, 1!H2. Notice is nere- .y given, that Maiy . rowier ami ohn Lent, by their attoiniy in fact. It. McNumee, whose address ii- allente, Lincoln County, Nevada. .us made application for a luitc-i. tiitos patent for the Snuwthike Con .oliUated Mining Claim, consisting f the bnowiluke, Sncwfluk. -, No. 2, .lowfiiike No. t, sioowl'.ake No. i. now fluke No. 5, and Suuwllako No. ii Lodes, situate iu the 1-gle ai .y Mining district, County of Lin oln. Stote of Nevada, uciui, Survei a. 401)0. and described in the-' nciu ..les and plat on filo in Ibis otilci 1th a magut tic variation at !ti clei; o min. h,. iix loliows: uegiuuiug a. or. No. 1 of .snovvflake. No. 5 Lout hi'in i. mile next No. on the tah-Nevuda (state line beais S. 8 ieg. 19 mill. E.llMUu ct.tuence e .eg. 12 uiiu. W. iito.'J u. ti Loi ;. 2. thence S. TS dec. lii mill 1175 ft. to Cor. No. 3, thouce N 4 deg. 12 mill. K. illfl ft. to Cor 4. thence N 21 cleg. li min. W 4cS7.2 ft. to Cor. No. 1, Iho place ol egitnmsa SNOWFLAKK NO. 4 LODE IteniiiidnK at Cor. No. 1 win net 11! post No. TMS on the CMu-Nt ada suito lino bears S. 71 dug. 3 tin. E. 123 It., th'me N. 17 dog I) min. W. 1451 ft. to Cor. No hence B. ' 84 deg. 12 min. W. 2S t. to Cor No. 3, and tlio disoovor. lint, thence S. 80 di g. bo win. W i tt la Cor. No. 4. thence S. It .K. S3 mill. K. i 1.0.0 u. to cor . 5. t hence N. 54 oesc. ii vim. s. ft. to Ccr. No. 1, the p a ,e of be imiiug. SNOrtU'LAKE NO. 2 LOOK ISealnnliiK at Cor. No. 1 whence die D js.t No. i'.'.H on the I tali-Ni v da Bte lino benis S. 80 deg. 5 ilii. V.. t'SX.2 ft... thence N. Ill dep 2 min. W. K98.8 feet t.! CVr. No , thou.-o S. 81 deg. 12 min. W. t. u Cor No. 3, Ihenio 0. 10 ilet min. E. 1500 it to Cor. No. 4. i lieuci" N. 84 deg. 12 mUi. Ii. l'!l '! t, lo Cor. No. 1 the place of begin uing. SNOWI-'LAKE NO. 3 LODE fleglniiing nt Cor. No. 1 wliooct ,il. post 238 on the 1 1 ili-Nevndu .tine line bears 3. 37 desc. 42 mlti I. 1852.2 ft, thence N. 6 6 ui.i. W. 14V8.7 ft. to Cor. No. i hence S 84 deg. 36 mlu. W. 58' '. to Cor. No. 3, thence H. 7 deg 3 nibi E. 14H4.0 ft to Cor. No , theme N. 84 deg. 3G min. E. 299.'. J(.. to Cor. No. 5 and the (Uncover;, Bank Exchange PROFESSIONAL CAtiOS James W. Abbott MINING ENtUNEKK Pioche, Nevada language that we are prepared to sell goods as cheap or cheaper than any one uomg Dusmeh OPPORTUNITIES WORTH NOTING Portland Cement, $1.25 per sack Reck Salt - $15.00 per ton Candles - $4.00 per box These are not cut nrices for a week or ten flays, but we are selling at these prices all the time. : CAR IDAHO WHITE OATS. CAR GIANT POWDER received this week U See our large stock. Obligations to buy never come Q with a visit. Obstacles to buy m the snape oi nign s A lliuh CIhhs Kt s.ort Where courteous treat ment is shown to all. GEORGE REED, PfOjiriclix iBANKof iPIOCHE, IncorjoudeJ. " does a I genera! banking business! P. R. McNAMEE Attorney and ConnctUer At Law CALIENTE, NKVaDA CHARLES LEE HORSEY Attorney and Councellor At Law PIOCIJS N&VAOA l M Kre E. . Tavlm FREE & TAYLOH Minus and Mining Minos BotiKht and Bold--i rnt-p'iu Developed. Salt Lake iiy olli Mi Ii b Valker ili ( k. N vuda office, TtlOIUIlnoll ltl":l' PIOCHE, - MiVAIV a LI rm m prices removed 14 hi A ti H f-1 -3 Hodges-Cook Mercantile Co S M M a i GEORGE DOROTH , Tonaorial Artlft No bstter place In the city for k HAIU CUT, SHAVE, or BATH. Come and have one with us OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY riT PIOCHE, NEVAU FRATERNAL 80CIEHES PIOCHE A8HA OFFICE' NlSVAIA PIOCHE LODC.K NO. ii I. O. O. F. MfU evel) ww- Tueediiy Eveiiiin: nl elsl .i' cluck. I. O. O. P. Uulldiiig. Mai street. Visiting brotliers are inviieii Ohiw. Lee Horsey. Nobis Otaud; . A. Carman, Bec'rstary. Equipped to handle all branches of Enitteerir.ff, Asifiyifit? and Cbomicrtl work Oold, Silver, Copper $1.50 Gold, Silver, Lead, $1.00 Littciti.il i i'i rtitj .'ii i il i i 1 1 Ill At IMi i! I- x l A.Ml MAIlMl A 1 I t J A IT V -XL.tL t.L W liitci'CMt pnicl on 1 Time Deposits MIRIAM REIIKKAH LODCiB NO. Pioche, Nevada. Meet every Thm Jay at T:a o'clock P. 41., 1. O. O f Hall. All vititius brothers and si tera c'ordlul y inviied. Mr. John Ewiug, Noble Oraiid; luva Heaiy, Secretary. i M. L. LK, Cashier Wtl.i Rev. Palmer Coming P.rv. E. A. -Palmer of Las Vegan will (.reach at Callente next Tuesday eveiiiiiK; and at Ploclio Wednesday overdue. Thursday oveuing, ho wll deliver a lecture at Panacti and on the following day deliver nn address at the commencement exercises ol the Lincoln County Utah school. 2 OOO SICK BENEFIT $ 15.00 Weekly Benefit t"r Accident or Slcknesa; $1,000 for loss of limb or eyesight; $100.00 for Emergency Kelief Benefit. Cost is $6.00 per year No other Dues nor Assessment MEN and WOMEN between ages- It! to (15 are accepted. Reliable com- nmiv with tlOO.tWO.OO State Uepos ii for the protection of Policy-hold ora and to euaraiitee tho payment of claims. Write for further informa tion givlnc your ago, sex and oc nnntinn Address Deu't 441 Amerl can Registry Company, Erie, Ta. Catarrh Catcot Bj Carad cannot reach the u--t ci the tilj.-t-.. Ca tarrh is ft l ined cr t.-.i.a!,i::io.'..-l 0.i;e.x o anj In oiV.cr Id i.; I. vu iv.uc; t:.k la tcrncl rcm;fl:c5. cMtu::.i c'uiv I tcucn Inter:-..-.!!;.-, r....l acta uiro tly up :i tt.n 1,111.1 r.r..l r.,v.:u curia.'; :-. liad'. Catarrh Curs i-t n:t a aia?'-: t.u---c:'.:i. 1 .....-.-:.,.-l ! r' the K:t oh" .-lr'pr.i l-i ih'.a rJv.:'..rV f.r v.i;J c:. 1 ll a rcu!.-.r prc:cr:?:!c.. It I; c ..:-; 1 tho best tcnlcs 1 n.iwa. ceinl f.e.l '.'... t':. .. -t 1 ti -:-:f..-::'. r.r.iri"' ' c- t'.: lien of the Vv :;;r.-dtcnt3 t! r-o- CBtjrrl'.. Ccni t-:r tt-ctinenfaU. r F. J. CHUXEV d CO., Prop-:., Tcl.-do, O Fell ty Prvr:-t-. prire rte. Tali Uall's Tamliy FiUa tor cosatlpatloa. 1 MOUNTAIN B s s JJ WH1I.1l in VIEW HOTEL M THK DEBT PLACli TO STOP g Located S loiut. tl.ence N. SO deit. 50 min. E 81 ft to Cor. No 1, the pin-e of h tinning. SNOWKI AKE LODE lleaiiming at Cor. No. 1 wliein . ulle post No. 238 on the I'lah-Ni as a Kttito lino bears S. -to deg. I. nin. E. 21iJ7 ft, thence N. 7 dos 3 min. W. UOa ft. to dr. No. 2 hence S. 70 deg. 42 min. W. 60 .'t. to Cor. No. 3. Ihi-nee S. 7 dig '.:i mill. K. 143 ft. to Cor. i, thenct . 70 deg. 12 min. E. 601 ft. to Cor Vo. 1 the place of beginning. SNOWFLAKK NO. 10 I ODE lleglnnlng at Cor. No. 1 vh"ne nllo post No. 2"8 on the I'tah-Ne ada Sluto line hinrs 8. 2t ileg. 0' .nlii. K. 3211.1 ft. thence N (1 dep "5 min, W. 158 ft. to Cor No. S.thence N. 10 deg. OS min. W. 1232 ft. to '.'or. No 3, thence S. 84 deg. 3( min. W. 577 0 ft. to Crr.No.i, thenct 3. 37 deg. 20 rein. E. 1327.5 ft. t; 'or No. 3, thence S. 7 deg. 33 min. B. 4t 8 ft. to Cor. No. 0. tlnnce N 4 deg 3 mlu. E. 5S0 ft. ti Cor. No. 1, the place ofbeplnnlng. and lo cated on unsurveyed land. Townshti No. I,', N. R. 70 E. M. D. H & M, If the present survey was es'et'dert.ion talning an area of 11S.290 a-r. s x elusive of conflicts with mineral ser l-ev No. 2(183, Allsdln No. 3 Lode, and Charley Mops Lode nnmirveyed Joining and eoufllctlng chltns a? shown by Pint of stirvy ve Ml id in No 3 Lode B'.irv. yed. No. 23 am' Char'ey Rose unservyerd. 1 direct that ibis ncth'o be pub lihH In The Ploehe ITee.ird. r n-nnHv newsnnnei- nublish' d tit Pi oche, Lincoln Cnnntv. Nevada. LOUIS J. CODN, Register First pub. May J5; last, July 20. PIOCHE Next Ouor to the Court House MRS. ALEX. OftR, Prop. FOR SALE ol JOHN LOIWK NO. I 2r r . ot A. li. flieeu in HiBu-i VXie' Hall. lacour ntrtei. on th Jnd Monday of every mouth ul ell o'clock P. 41. ,C. A. ThompiOii V' ,- lohu 11. Deck, Secretary. CHURCH DIRECTORY. i'. P. 8. E. Meets at Union Bun day School Building every Uuu lay evening at 7;30 oMo -k. Every- body lnvltud. lOCHB UNION- SUNDAY SCHOOL Meets every Sunday nmnilng n 0:30 o'clock. Everybody linlt'd ti these miwtlnga. TO MINING MEN NOTICE The U. R. l-'uHer I.ttttiber t .. U Prepared to save you noiiy on min iiig timhor. Wo will cut timbers fm shaft or other purposes luid il .ivn to any mine iu the aemp. t'onsut uc E. E. FULLER LUMBER CO A group of claims consisting the Bully Boy, Bijou, BIJou No and Bijou Fraction, whloh lie east f Pioche and join tie Nevada Ut:h an the north aide of tie r.ie-i'i claim. Three distinct veir.s :.m an this orouo. oo1 e on i.,.- U.i i.. Boy contact shows 40 oz. t l t: an. 18 gold. One on the Bijou No. 2 total values of $:03, and another. :ho extension of the Meadow Val ley Fissure, tracable for 00 feet in the Bijou claim. Very little work i been done. Th s ofoup ar tale on aoy terms. For further! urticulars, apply to Joe Foster I 3loche, Nevada. I POPULAR MiaANiCS THE PRICE HOUSE ' The' reliable place to stop while ou are In Pioche Menli served in unnection. THE PRICE HOUSE WlK-u you wniit culling car.ls he liecord about it. Iliehop N. J. Wndsworth w as up ! iY.Mii P.'.naea for a few hours last t Tuesday. j TUB Magazine ttant mnkea Fact more fnmiimtlng tlwn Fiction 'wnrrriK o vou eN UNDIMSTANO tt " 'A CHEAT Continued Slorr of the WotM fVosrau whicll you may be sin ii-artlig at imv timi'. mid wliich will hold yuui- ratcn-st lutcver, U running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Ave vmt readtos ?. Two millions of your neiidilwra re. nnd it is the fayorae inajsun. in tT..-isai of the beat American names. 11 ifd women those who know and tnose who tn know. aso Notl ccn stoami tee Mrruc The "Shop Notea" Deoartmeiit 120 fcatf nvea easy ways to oo mms y useiul aitKlea tor home and shop, reptuti, e;c. " Amateur Meehaalca " (IU pnesH ills hmv to nmke Mieakm furniture, wlreluss ootnu. b.mt. uBinee, magus, and all the th.niei a Dcy love... i.so M mm. amoct copno it ctHtu ,h.i..Ml.J,rUu.-. Lull..! wwi roil r saatFLi: copy vooar "Fuller Lun-ibtr Talks" LET'S MAKE 1012 ' A BOOSTER YAR f r our towu, and let It mark the ne era cf a Im.i-:o building cam puU.i that will uutuo aiiythlctt taut ev;r happen, d litre bffor. L' t'K wi ik los.'iher ou who are h-.iceUiw - and use if we -..lji'l tli.v.re out a v ay for you to st.rt hr.nking gmurd lisht away. Come iu and we will talk over '. ' .b phu.M and shew you i.uitt luui ; er that wl l clear una? a wh.-de lit .f this uilk a I out price". D.-lug too high to bb'.lti urt'. l-'act u-vtr aitaln will K m it cf lie ijuul i'.y v e handle be r.s . i-uut . Ev ery yar our virsiu invests ; re groav i i-r sine ler i::'d th. dentad a'-' r hirer. V- .-ay ii- all tl-.v .-r'ty, "Lii'I.y v.-ii l-e the :ati who b ill Hi In i:i'2." "f I.-1 ere st d, coruc 1.' s e i.y i R. K. H'l.Lh,h i.l Alhtift COMPANY Fuller' Lunt'jjr Talks" I ai ' ays g J Pioche Meat ON THE JOB I Company S i o. Reaf Veal Pork Mutton ' jr CARMAN El I Ham Bacon and Sausage nil . . . . . Selllnt. CANDIKS. (4(1 ARS ; KTATiflXKIlV. H AT THK POST OFFICE H i Fresh Ranch Im y I jiMMaBSgEBaiMBt.Mn I Vegetables M fruit 1MHUTIJV11 HI-X IIANU M CO k THE COURT! EXCHANGE I IM II U" Prof. C. W. Miles, principal of ihel torn, Jason fc n I Wanted Family Tree. jjj Mrs. Newlyriche Now tln.t we are. ; f wealthy we um.-t l..L up our aa.es I lie FlitfSt of V I S E K I-ltlUOHS mid V I A K S Lincoln County High school at Pa- naca, was iu the city 'Thursday on high school business. Mr. Newlyriche -Nut n bud Idee. Ma ria. I'll write th' detective agency tomorrer. Philadelphia Bulletin. i. G. Brown AIL for everybody INTER-MOUNTAIN COAL COMPANY a. 1 is 1 lUlkl l.aual U. r vikiaiinif.'v'