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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
THE PIOCHE RECORD n (1 U a: ft ! n ft U M r la el ni I IX t vl n ra tie th nit w bo tin etc tra pa ua cai pre M U hai dci am get 1 ber bat slit; and not 800 W01 EiU 1 wifl The day in sr. D Tho will Cai of n-hol Hi a ti ne vet (rort thryi can ) C-U.-.I Chert merci ehx-c fires. Co tar lie. ! Toled . timon . ColJ Ma LOCAL CITY HAPPENINGS Send to the Record for your typo wrlur supplies. Lode and placer location no tices (or sale at the Kecord office. HOLDAWAY HOUSE (opposite the post office. Has been cpeatd for business again. Under mv management First class ac comadations at , moderate prices. MRS. ALICE DO LAN. s Mrs. E. F. Frcudentbal and two sons arrived from California today. Judge "II. S. Laney, the Caliente attorney, was here on court busi ness tbls week. F. R. , McNanice of Calicnle has been here this week on U1 bual bess. . District Attorney McNainee came up from Caliente Monday to at tend district court. e The members of Miriam Rebekal; lodge are" planning a big time next Monday night on the occasion of their third finniveruay ball at Thompson's opera houne. The Ga!atea Moving Picture com pany gave two fine exhibitions hen last week to appreciative audiences, arid will show again Tuesday and Wednesday nights. - Mrs. Reese of -Heaver, ('tan, an uunt of Mrs. Akx. Orr, is in the city the guest of 'ho lattec and oth er relatives. W. F, Connell, former justice of the peace of frloche township,' ar rived in the city this morning from Salt Lake. TV ' e " , ,.. H:rry W. Turner was over from Hlko this week to serve- as a grant, juror. Lamoud Woods, one cf the Bub Htantial reslednts of Lincoln coun ty, who rosiGes at Karclny was out of the grand Jurors. " ' " " im e fc Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Loch man oi Culiente were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. I; Thompson this week. Miss ihe Chauslor' of - Caliente was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thompson this week, Carl Alquist and U. W. Baker ol Ca'.ieute wer in attendance on the giaud jury this week. ' 1 .. James Conway, one of the pioneei indents' of this county, wns a mem ber of the grand Jury. Ho returner to his home Thursday afternoon. j . Miss Allie Deeble was among th The Best Bib Overall Two Jiorse tum m a.m4. .v uu A New Pair FREE If They Rip LEVI STRAUSS &. CO. MFRS., SAM TRANCISCO SHOE REPAIRING Nick ttaclc, shoemaker, Is ocatcd in the J. G. Brown lug oil Lacour street Harness mend .ng also. now build- Underwood. Oliver, ( Remington or 4teains typewiter ribbons for sale iy The Record. City prices. " NOTICE 1. A. NO. 070411. APPLICATION FOR Pa Unit United States Land Of .co. May 20, J 912. Notice is here y given, that Maiy F. Fowler and ohn pern, by th'ir attorney in fact, .. It McNamee, whose udiliis li 'aliente, Lincoln County, Nevada ah made appllcatlt-n for a Uulteo itatesj patent for the Suowfiake Con olidated Mining Claim, consisting "t tho tr'-nowflako, Snrwtlalu , No. Si. now nuke No. 3, ' Siiowf.ake No. 4. no flake No. and SunwIUke No. 0 Lodes, situate lu the Easie Val y Mining Ulbtrlct, County of Lin- oln. HUtw of Nevada, bttliu' - THE LEADER Style - Quality - Satisfaction ''''MMariMBBSBMWSBBMMMMM The only place in town Carrying Ready-made .(Ctotlhies tor Menu The best place in town to order Tailor-made Sttits fIies ami Gents THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE - " E. Kahn, Proprietor. Call means week. to visit Piocno f uav Francis was called ! fron ijiiB vaney mis week 1 ,erve as a uinnd Juror. Lee returned to Panacu 'erday after h released v. uty on the Dii J. Ronnov ... . ft couple of days ithla week home a ' ng been rand Jury rom' Panaca X V. and Will Leo wre in Hie c!ti Tuesday as witnesses before ihb xrand jury. . Henry Hammond represented Knel valk-y cn the grand jury and Milton j;ameron cnnif over from Fay. J. W. Evans, agent of the Salt Lak Routo at, Caliente, was in town last Monday having boeu summoned as a grand Juror. But he was fortunate in getting excused from duty. Rv. Palmer Coming P.ex. K. A. Palmer, of Las Vegaf wui pieacn at uaitento next Tuesday evening; and at Pioche Wednesday evening. Thursday evenlnjr. he wll deliver a lecture at Panaca and on the following day deliver an address at the commencement exercises of the Lincoln County High school. "$2,000 SICK BENEFIT $15.00 Weekly Benefit for Accident or Sickness; $ 1,000 for loss of limb or eyesight; $100.00 for Emergency Relief Benefit. Cost is $6.00 per year No other Dues nor Assessment MEN - and WOMEN between age. io w m are accepted. Reliable com pany with $10p,(,00.00 State Depos Jt Xor the protection "of Policy-hold ers and to guarantee the payment of cJalms. Write for further , informa tion giving your age, sex and oc- t. upation. Address Deo't 441 . Anierl. an Registry Company, Erie, Pa. Wo. 4000,-and described in tho fielu ...tes and plat on file in this ofl'le. .lt.Ii a magnetic variation' at lt des j mlu. K. as follows: Beginning at or. -No. lf Snowfiako No. 5 Lode heme mile post No. 238 on tho .tah-Nevada State Hue beais S. 8V eg. 19 mln. E.1040.6 ft.thence 8 8; ,eg. 12 mln. W. 675.9 ft. ti Cor, to. 2, thence S. 22 deg. lii mln -1. 145 ft. to Cor. No. 3, thence N. A deg. 12 mln. E. G16 ft. to Cor. i'o. 4,, thence N 21 deg. 15 mln. W 487.2 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place ol egliuyng. SNOWFLAKE NO. 4 LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence iiio iiosi No. 23S on the Utah-Ne- Uda state line bears S. 71 deg. 3: 1I11. E. f23 ft., thence N. 17 deg 0 mln. W. 1451 fc. to Cor. No. 2, hence; S 84 deg. 12 mln. V. 281 .t' to " jr No. 3, and the discover) oln: 'ticnce S. 80 deg." 50 mln. W. " 1 1 . to Cor. No. 4, thence S. li ;. 32 mln. E. 1428.6 ft. to Cor. o. 5, thence N. 84 deg. 12 mln. E 2 ftjto Cor. No. 1, the p:a?e of be inning. SNOV0FLAKE NO, 2 LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence 4ile post No. 238 on the Utah-Ncv da Sjste line bears S. 80 deg. 51 du. E. 9S8.2 ft, thence N. 16 dog mln. W. 1498.8 feet to Ci r. No thence S. 81 deg. 12 ruin. W. 59 t. U) Cor No. 3. thence S. 1 ti 7 mi. E. 1500 ft. to Cor" No. 4 lienco; N. 84 deg. 12 mln. E. 591 .! t to Cor. No, 1 tho place of becln uing. SNOW-FLAKE NO. 3 LODE Beginning at Cor. No. 1 whence ll.e DOSt 238 on the TTt th.Noviwtc late line bears S. 37 deer. 42 mln 1S52.2 ft., thence N. 6 d.g. 5 Jitt. W. 1476.7 ft. to f.r v.. ' hence S 84 deit. 36 n.in v ns to Cor. No. 3, thence S. 7 dec 3 mln E. 1494 tt tn kt , - - - v. vu ' ' . ilU thenco N. 84 deg. .16 mln. E. 29fl.f to Cor. No. 5 and tho discovers .olnt, tlience N. 80 dee. 50 mln. E 61 ft. to Cor. No 1, the pla.e of b .inning. SNOWFLAKE LOOK lleglnnlug at Cor. No. 1 " whenr uilo post No. 23S on the Uiah-N' aua btate line bears S. 49 dee. 1; iiln. E. 2247 ft., thence N. 7 dea 3 mln, W. 1463 ft to Cor. No hence 8. 70 deg. 42 mtn. W. 60 t. to Cor. No. 2 llimr'n 5 7 ,1- i mln. E. 1463 ft to Ccr. 4. tbenc V. 70 riesf. 42 mio. E. 601 ft. to Cor Vo. 1 the place of beginning. SNOWFLAKE NO. 10 I.ODE lieginning ot Cor, No. 1 whencf nlle post No. 23S on the TMh-Ne ada State lino bears S. 21 dec. 0 nln. E. 3211.1 ft., thence N. (i dejr yj nun. w. 156 ft. to Cor No. 2.tlience N. 40 desr. OS mln. W. l?3? tt tn cr. No 3, thence S. 84 dea. t mln. W. 577 6 ft. to Cer.No.l. thenc S. 37 deg. 20 min. E. 1327.5 ft. t 'or No 5. thence S. 7 deir. 33 mln 41.8 ft, to Cor. No. 6. thnice N Bank Exchange A Hiifli ClaMw tteaort Where courteous tre;if- ment is shown to all. GEOhGE REEI), , Proprietor PROFESSIONAL CAftDS James W. Abbott MINING ENGINEEK Pioche, Nevada 'l.li.ltiVlliS.firtiH'.trMjl'iiii.i.ii.liiiiijii.ilil.ilfiiii.iiii J:U:iiiM::;iiJ..tti'.'i.:ilii-',!fU.!!,iJi;Fi IBANK oj iPIOCHE, Incorpoiated. F. R. McNAMEE Attorney and Councilor . At Law CALIENTE, NEVADA CHARLES LEE HORSEY Attorney and Couiicellor At Lw PlOClPk' NRVADA . S. Free E. Tayloi FREE A TAYLOR Minss and Mininy Mines Bought aud Sold--j'ros peel. Developed. Salt Lake .-i'y ofii..'. 331 D. F. Walker ilok. Fe vada office, Thomson Hlocb PIOCHE, - .... NfcVAD, 'i'S 'Pi 1 m P ii a general rr i business Interest paid ou Time Deposits Si M. L. LEE, Cashier! ilW!!i!ia!w!!;;ji;ai:i!;:;l2ii!;!il!!l s H a ii H II ll u 0 II MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL EE US SI deg. 36 mln. E. 580 ft. ti Cor No. 1, the place ofbeelnniuir. and lo eated on unsurveyed land. Towiishir No. i;, N. R. 70 E. M. D. & M. ff tho present survey was extended.con a n i i . . with LOCAL APi" I.IC. . Ti OX 7. an thev I aJ 0! 113.290 Rcrea X v.......c u luuimin wiui mineral sur -oy No. 26S3. Alladln No. 3 Lodri Catarrh CskecI Eo Cared cannot ro.icn the tc;tt c f tho di aso. Ca torrli U a blood cr co-.ctUu'.io:!! dlacaoe and In orc'.cr to euro It vcu must ..ko in. ternal rcmcd:.-!.- lull's 'Catarrh Cure ii takcp intern.-. !!y, c;-.a aeia cihec t!y upcu uic uiooti r-iu r.iuoous surfuccc. Hall'.i uiarrn irura U r.ot a qua :'i ir.ci.:c.'no, I was nrcncrlhrd l:v n--n ft tu i t,-. slclans In th!s country for ye'-rs c. 1 'is regular p:-cocr!p'.!o:i. It Ii cmp;c-a oi mv.i r-wuu i.,.;c-3, r;::; (Erectly c:i tho mucous ciTi.ieea: I".; a porrsct cipi-'-'". tjon of tho tvra H,Tr.-cl!c;:t3 li r"--.'r-5 Jucca nueh voxlctC -A rosstlts H -curlrnr -catsrrh. fiend tcattmonlala, freo. T. 3. CHENEY- J CO.. Pros.. Tclodo, O. Ec!d l-y Drt:-23ta price TSe. .:. Talcs Ball's Vmlly 'ills for eonatlpAtloo. and" Charley Ross ' Lode unsurveyed Joining and conflicting claims as shown by Pint of survry are Alhid In No. 3 Lode surveyed. No. 26S3 and Char"ey Ross unsnrvyeed. I direct that this notice be nub llshed in The Pioche Record. t weekly newspaper published at PI oche, Lfncoln Countv, Nevada. LOUIS J. COHN, Register. THE BEST PLACE TO STOP B WHILE IN PIOCHE. Located ? ti Next Door to the Court House II II II MRS. ALEX. ORR. Proo " a aBBEBBaa3BC3B3DHaajjS FOR SALE A group of elslms consisting ol the Bully Boy, Bijou, Bijou No. and BIJou Fraction, -which lie east of Pioche and join the Nevada Utah n the north side cf fie Me it- claim. Three distinct veins sst- in this group, on' e on ths Uj.i Boy contact shows 40 oz, s I.e.- a.t 8 gold. One on the Bijou No. ; total values of $200, and another,- the extension of the Meadow VjI. !ey Fissure, tracable for 00 feer in the Bijou claim. Very little work ias been done. This group Is for sale on easy terms. For further Jarticulars, apply to Joe Foster 'loche, Nevada. 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 riT PIOCHE, NEVA!) FRATERNAL 8OCIE1 IES PIOCHE LODGE NO. jy Tsaat 1 n n p m..i vr- Tuesday Evenins at eigii o'clock. I. O. O. F. Building, Mai street. Visiting brothers are iuviteti Chas. Lee Horsey, Noble (irand; A. A. Carman, Secretary. MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. H. Pioche, Nevada. Aleefc) every Th'ir , day at 7:30 o'clock P. M., 1. 00 f Hall. All visiting brothers and ters cordial. y invited. Mrs. Joan Ewing, Noble Grand; Eva Haly, Secretary. " . . . ST. JOHN LODGF NO. li ?r. & A. M. Mewts Ma-!,.r fc M ' IT Mc Hall, Lacour sitreet, on ih Jnd Monday of every monm at t-jg.lt J CiocK P. M. ,C. A. Thompson fohn H. Deck, Secretary. CHURCH DIRECTORY. P. S. E. Meets at Union Sun day School Building every Sun lay evening at 7:80 o'okk. Evvv. body invited. gl3flBBSSaCaC3B3E3C m mm Pleasm PIOCHE UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL Meets every Suuday inoiniug a 0:30 o'clock. Everybody imltni tt these meetings. TO MINING MEN NOTICE The E. E. Fuller Luniner Co.. U Prepared to save you-monuv nn mn ing timber. We will cut timl fn, shafi or other purposes and lidivf to any mine In the acmp. Consul uh. E. E. FULLER LUMBER CO 5 a MECHANICS 1 THE PRICE HOUSE The reliable place to stop while ou are in Pioche. Meals sorted hi onneetiou. THE PRICE HOUSE 1 se Whw you waat calling cards he Record about it. .. " Bishop N. J. Wadsworth was up from I'f.naca for a few hours last Tuesday. THE Magazine that make Fact more fascinating than Fiction "WHrTTSK SO VOU CAM UNDCRSTANO ITT A S17 cind Story of the World'. rroitrvi which you may lsin i-eariinu at tiny hme, and which will hold your interest forever, la running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it? Two millions of your ueiRubors are, and it Is th favorite magazine in thousands of the best American km.. " 1. fcHd women those who wain to tnow. SIS PAGXt KACH MOHTN SOO MCTUNU aoo ARTicUkS or aknuial intkrcst The "Skop Note." Department (20 pages) g-r easy vays to do thiriR-how to make uaeful arUcies for home aud shop, repair, etc. "Amrtjttr Meyhejrfc" (10paKe)tc)Vshiwt) make Mtssion furniture, wireles outfits. boat engines, nutate, and all the thiOKS a bov loves S4.so re vum. cones as ccmts Amk rur K.uaJ.ilw to ml, im ran w wwrrs won rssg samplk coy today - Id and yonnK men now and tho&e who POPULAR MECHANICS CO. 5s,n i J 'a . mm "- 1,nf SI c.-iio " "fVitt-n witK Prices. H we no not ci aic, . , I I ! wish to tell the public in frank, straightforward l language that we are prepareu tu acu gwus as fl cheap or cheaper than any one doing ; business. OPPORTUNITIES WORTH NOTING S Portland Cement, $1.25 per sack I Rock Salt - $15.00 per ton a Candles - $4.00 per box -, o a These are not cut prices for a week or ten &'ifi, but g we are selling at these prices all the time. CAR IDAHO WHITE OATS'cS ; g CHANT POWDER received this week' y See our large stock. Obligations to buy never come with a visit. Obstacles to buy in the shape of high prices removed. a r tn u M Ll f-f M ti ti isi fl tl fl re Ho dges-Cobk an rJ ercaooie lo. PIOCHE ASSAY OFFICE Pioche. - NlfiVADA Etuipped to handle all branches of Enpineering-, kayihg ): and Chemical work ' ' Gold, Silver, Copper $1.50 Gold, Silver, Lead SI .00 Dieccimu i. t v; r.lity fir il p ', r , i , ; (n:t n M A III t i t W l t u.. I U A C I li a N J) Ma I J Mi A s j i y j A LT v "Fuller Lu.r.br Talke'' LET'S MAKE 1912 A B0031ER YEAR f'-f our town, and let It mark tbs paisn tLt will ouido anything that evtr hsi-pmd hre before. L-t'a w.rk tOBtiher jou who are hoiueUss-.-Htrt se if we fijue out tt Hy for you l0 tjint ti-taking grc.a right awayt Come in and we will talk over plu-, and show you eoir.e 'luin--er that will clear awav a whole n u this talk atom prl.:8 belnf too high to bulU n.w. Htt le-! mr again will l,.,.,, oi ,he qual i'y handle be a cLr. Bv. ery year our vlrglu r0:st8 re grW W er ,,a the den:a1,i, ar iV;iaB'arrr- w yM U Ma-' f .t, I.uu y will the iaan who b.'il.lB In 10! 2:" 'f iv.ert ,1 v. m llkk u ium coup-Axyi 'Fuller Lumber Talks" i S ''che Meat 1 m; ail . t y gl company tm TI THE JOB uin. UANUIES. CIGARS and STATIONERY. II . . . ; t' ! THE COURT! J EXCHANGE Prof. G. W. Miles. urlnclDal of the Lincoln County High school at - Pa- Tt A PI U'Ba In thj. nltv 'fehntvffrv tn I i. Ma. m Ml V Vjr.lh. mWJ W. First pub. Mar 25: last, July 20- Jhigh school buslnst. Wanted a Famliw Tr.. Mrs. Newiyrlol.-Now ihl,t We nrl wealthy we must look uj. our aoceB tors, Jason. Mr. Newlyrlohe-Xot a bad Idee. Ma rla. I'll wrlie th- detettlve agency tomorrer. Philadelphia Bulletin. The l'luxnt of W I N E LIQUOR and V I (i A ' R S WQ. Broun s : -s for everybody TERJMOUNTAIN : COAL COMPANY II I I II II I II I II II II II II SI II II II 81 II S II :; ii 'Agent. -.