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SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1903.
THE PlOCWe RECORD Votes For Women Send, to the Record for your type writer supplies. THE PRICE HOU8E The reliable place to atop while you are In Plot he. Meals aerved to connection. THE PRICE HOUSE with have Help Win The Fight For Equal Suffrage In IN'evada. Bi.hOD Speaka for 8uffraga ANNOUNCEMENT Bishop Robinson recently made an people" OF THE STATE an address In support ot; equal aui-j NEyADA. Irage. He said In part: j ( respectfuny announce my candlda- Some women do not want to vote. - the nomluatlon on the Dem They sa; they are entirely satisfied , olce of Unlt. things as tney are, auu Senator for state of no desire to cast a ballot. - Very true, undoubtedly, every word of ( h been eacouraBed to take It. But if they do not want tne gUp lhe klnd endorsement not be a merciful act to help give It me fo, gucn office by most of the , those who sorely need it for their ,..0jru1ic papers, the generous of- own protectln. Surely, no woman wh , rs o BUpport by leading Democrats understands the status of women toil- throughout the Btate and the fear ers lit America today can withhold ips,g and unselfish fight made In her sympathy and help. Good wives my i,eiialf by the rank and file at the and mothers of Nevada, do you not ,,st election, when I had the honor know that there are seven minion t0 r, .present the uetnocraiic puny m mothers and daughters of humanity iU0 earnest lor the same office, in America who are tollers, wage- Vy views on all National and State rtarno.-s. questions were as fully ami clear y Thousands of them have lgon hours Btuted by me to the puh.lc duTing and pitiful pay . Thousands work uu- ,ua last campaign as lay in my pow der conditions that make the heart er and I have discovered no reason ., Th r unable to protect for changing those views. themselves. With the ballot theyj I stand unequivocally upon the mlhr have this DTOtection. They arc-state and National platforms udopt- crylug outto you for the help of your Is it right to refuse t e,v- II .A Exclusive Agency... ..For This Region.. Hannon and Florsheim EiiuiiiniimuiiiiiiNiiiimiim:iij 1 Pleasing Prices i .SHOE S . ..SHIPMFNT JUST ARRIVED.. THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE E. Kahn, Proprietor. State and National example ery woman In Nevada who expresses herself, In favor of equal franchise is holding out a tender hand to her less fortunate sisters. All they ask 1 justice, plain common justice. If the women of Nevada will only say. want the franchise because I want t help.,1 that will be enough. The men will probably be glad to give you that power to help If they know you de sire it. Why not do this? It Is right and it; Is Christian." Do you know what woman suffrage means? And do you know inai u ) es on ot th) right ct women to self-government is one which Is j commanding the attention of the whole civilized world? That work ing woiuau-auffiase organization o representative men and women exist in twenty-one countries, Aus tralia, Austria, Belgium, Bohemia, land, France, Germany, Great Lrit ian, Iceland, Italy, Holland, Hun gary, NoTway, Russia, South Africa, Sweeden , Switzerland, and the Unit d States? Do vou know that the women of ed by the last conventions. I am now and always have been a i regressive Democrat. I know that if 1 am honored by such nomination, I can enthusiastically sup u li t both platforms and the noml- ll n -es, and I will fight Incessantly and ' .....I...!.,..!., rnr tViut SIIPfPHa Of Otlf muaciii -" i) a'ty In county and state, and the ."lection of that great and fair Pro gressive, Woodrow Wilson, as Pres ident of the United States. Very respectfully, KEY PITT MAN, Tonopah, Nev., July 24, 1112. Bank Exchange A Hiuh CIiiwh Kc-Hort Where courteous treat ment is shown to all. GEORGE REED. Proprietor PROFESSIONAL CARDS James W. Abbott MINING ENGINEER Pioche, Nevada F. R. McNAMEE Attorney and CounetMer At Law CALIENTE. NEVADA mmtstmrnmrnm r? CHARLES LEE HORSEY Attorney and Councellor At Law PI0Clf NEVADA I. S. Free B. Tayloi FREE a TAYL'JH Mines and Mining Mini's Bought and Sold--i rospeel Developed. Salt Lake Uy ol'li 331 D. F. Walker Hum k Ne vada office, Thompsou Mock PIOCHE, - - NKVAD. H H H We do not crv "Sale." "Down with Prices." but wish to tell the public in frank, straightforward n language that we are prepared to seu gootis as h cheap or cheaper than any one doing business. g a m m m a a 8 m 93 Hi EC El m w S3 1 1 m v ffl fl 1 OPPORTUNITIES WORTH NOTING Portland Cement, $1.25 per sack Rock Salt - $15.00 per ton Candles - $4.00 per box These are not cut prices for a week or ten days, but we are selling at these prices all the time. CAR IDAHO WHITE OATS. CAR GIANT POWDER received this week See our large stock. Obligations to buy never come with a visit. Obstacles to buy in the shape of high g prices removed. g H 8 1! H ii H 8 S it Hodges-Cook Mercantile Co H H II vVI.I Preach In Pioche It jv. Palmer of Las Vegas -expects to hold service at the I niim Sun day school building lu Plocli , Wed nesday evening, August 14. Every body is invited. Pioche Assay Office... PIOCHE, NEVADA with men? And so do the women of Australia, Norway and Flnlaud. Do you know (hat twenty-six women sat as members of the Finland Par liament of 1909? Do you know that the women of Wy oming have voted upon the same terms as men since 1893? The wo men of Colorado since 1893? The women of Utah and Idaho since j 1896? The women of Washington since 1910? Do you know that in I more than twenty other states the !' women have partial suffrage, mimic i lpal, school, or taxpaynig? New Zealand vote on equal terms Sampling, Assaying and An alysis ot ures, surveying and Drafting We buy Ore in all Quan tities, from the Sack up "HIGH GRADE" does not draw interest or pay for a "Grubstake" if left on the dump- Come and see us FOR TERMS E. H. SDYDr.R, Mining Engineer M. J. EMPEY, Mining Contractor Successors to E. C. D. Marriage IBANK Oj iPIOCHE, 1 near pen ate d. s dues al general banking business! GEORGE DOROTH. Tonsorial Artist No better place In lhe .:it for a HAIR CUT, SHAVE, or BATH, t'ouie and have one with us OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY ST PIOCHE, NEVA!) mm 'TnTrrrnSTT ! JIIIIIIUiYlfr i ps ominii snnn VUIIIUIU UVVII Mrs. C. W. Garison and sister, .Miss Lena Frank, returned on the 3rd lust, from California. Mrs. John F. Boeder has returned from a two month's visit with re! alivi-s and friends In California. Snyder, Slaughter and Empey are shipping ore from a property in the Bristol district Frank Walker and sons have finish ed the survey for the proposed Day Bristol tramway. Tom Grover is doing assess mem work on a group of claims near Itrls tol. Mrs. Hans Olson Is In the city visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mitch e!l and other relatives. Frank Tomson and C. L. Billings are doing work on a group of mining claims near the Home Uun mine in the Bristol district. W. A. List on and wife of Callente were In the city this week the guests of friends. Mrs. Tom Tulloch, who has been in the sick list for some time. Is re gaining her health much to the grat flcatlon of her friends. L. F. Adamson, state bulliun lax collector, and wife, were In the illy over Thursday night. They drove ov- r from Carson in an auto, return ing Friday via Ely. W. H. Watts of Log Angeles, a mln Hig engineer, and daughter, are in camp. Mr. Watts has been conduct ing an examination of the Blue Bird and other properties In the High land district. Sterling and Wallace Co.. The Stupendous Produc tion "The Battle" and "Dante's Inferno" lnU'i-c-Ht inUl ou Time Deposits M. L. LEE, Cashier! nHBBHLQCIIll S MOUNTAIN m VIEW HOTEL FRATERNAL 8OCIE1 IE8 PIOCHE LOIKIE NO. 23 I. O. O. F. Meets ever) r"v Tuesday Evening tit elgli o'clock. I. O. O. F. Butldiiiy, Mai street. Visiting brothers are Invited W. E. Bailey, Noble Grand; A. A 'arman, Secretary, .M ' VAY8 ON THE JOB I I Selling CANDIES, CIGARS and STATIONERY. CARA1AN AT THE POST OFFICE II MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. IV Pioche, Nevada. Meeta every Thiir.i day at 7:30 o'clock P. M., 1. O. O r Hall. All visiting brothers aud at; t d'B i-urdially Invited. Mrs. John F. Boeder, Noble Grand; Mrs. Ethe Middleton, Secretary. i ar :a'taaMMMUH'.:D'i4 1HL tUUKli EXCHANGE ST. JOHN LODGK NO. I I & A. M. Meets at Maw Hall, Lacour street, on In nd Monday of every month at elgh1 o'clock P. M. ,C. A. Thompson W. M John II. Deck, Secretary. M V : M V. I lie Fltu st f W I N E 8 tL I o i: It 9 mill I (1 A K 8 llll Pioche Meat 3 Beaf Veal Pork Mutton Ham Bacon and Sausage Fresh Rarch Eggs Vegttatlcs and Fruit T I CO AIL 5 I CHURCH DIRECTORY. V. P. S. E. Meets at Union Sun day School Building every Sun Jay evening at 7; 30 o'clock. Every body Invited. PIOCHE UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL I Meets every Sunday morning f 10:30 o'clock. Everybody Invited ti these meetings. fuJ. G. Broun for everybody INTER-MOUNTAIN COAL COMPANY O. P. SULLIVAN, Ay.nt. IB IBHM1I1IKSS532SSXB III THE BEST PLACE TO STOP g WHILE IN PIOCHE. Located Next Door to the Court House MRS. ALEX, ORR, Prop. n CIASSBMEI REGISTRATION NOTICE For Primary Election Born At Princeton Notice Is hereby given that the A baby boy was born on the 4th , Registration Book for the Primary l:ist. to Mr .and Mrs. Ed. Tomlln at Election is now open and that the the Prince mine. D 2 eg M The Fly Season Always creates a demand for Screen Boors And we have them jn aH sizes. gwe also have in stock the material ! H H H H FOR SALE High grade typewriter, .mire or wnt oobsou Bros, caii.nte, gfor making window screens. Movaila, .Catarrh Cannot to Cured Willi l.iX'.'.I, Ar: I-IO VTIDN. , ni they cannot reach the --t of tho i!l f. Ca tarrh Is a bleed I P l .i-13'.i'.ullea.il disease, end In r.r.l r I m:o I. yea it." t lake i'. ternc.l rctr.er.lc:!. V. Kti I'nti-.ri'll Cure l.i taken lntern..!iy, and aeU directly "P"" the Mnod a..d nt.'oua sarfae s. Hall':i Calnrrh e.r, i:i lot n qimck : dleSne. 1. was pr serllied by tv.c of !.e bcut P'vy tk'ans In tl.!s reun.ry fer ye r3 and l:i a ri v.t.ir pr '.icr:V.;e:j. H I ct npo:ed of the beet ter.L-3 1 nown, oomW . d v.Mth tin be::t bl.iu.1 r r'l.crJ. retlivr illre-. tly on tl!4 me.cona r er.'-.ei .i. Ti.e rerfi-el cinblnn Hon of t':e t" .i I lrr-dlent.) 1 1 what prn-iln-.cn -r-.vcVr'v! re-e! i In eurlnij rat . '. tffne-.'.r.ls. free. V. i : .' ( .. ." ' p .. T '.ICOO. o. r ' . y - y - ' i r . Take Util'e 1 at-.r.y l-ii: i U r euilDttpallou. time for registration of names ot 1 AGENT WANTED Local agent to the qualified electors of Election lake charge of subsi'ption work for Precinct of Delamar, Nevada, prior ntw Stte illustrated magazine, The t ) the September Piiniary Eieel on, I New West. Man or woman. Good to be held on the third day c.f fep- terms to right party. Address Ne A New Ploch.lt. A baby boy was horn to Mr. and Mrs. C. B. King early Friday morn ing, the 9th In at. A bale royal took plate In one of the hotels here 'when assistant! Dis trict A' lent Willis oi Yerringt'.m met the two brothers, John and William Gruber, also of Yirriugtou. Hot words were passed ovir a divorce case which recently took place fit Yerrington. Wills ipulled a revolver which was Uiktn away from him by one of the timbers and (.ruber then proceeded to spoil tho features of the attoreny with his fists. The stopped. . teinber, 1912, will expire at mn o'clock P. M. on the INth day of August, A. I)., 1!H2. Said He;Usl ra tion book will be open In my of- ?fice on legal days betsroeii the hours! of 10 A. M. and 6 P. M. up to' and Including the 8th day of Augusi,( 1SI12 until the 18th day of August, j 1!M2, my said Registration Hoik) will be open on all legal days from 7 o'clock A. M. until il o'clock P, M. ill addition to the hours here. fare mentioned. The Ink requires naturalized fit- j izens to exhibit their luttiinili.titinn ; paptrs when they present themselves , f.r registration, If naturalization; papers have been lost or destroyed, j the eletter will Lo rrquirtd to make, affidavit to that i Meet. J. C. 1IAMES, Keglsliy Agent for De'amur Town ship. . i 1 Where Memory Falls, A woman never forgets her birth day, but she is seldom able to remeta bcr how many she's had. West Magazine, Heno, Nev. g The price will be made to suit. Give gas your order now. E. . FULLER LUMBER COMPANY. FOUND One black mule, with b I end hobbles, near Delamar, Nev., about May 20. !12. Owner may have same by Identifying and paying expenses to date. Address Inunel J. Horn, Calieiite, Nev. FOR RENT OR SALE. Two cottages and barn on Meadow Valley St. All in good condition. Inquire of Mrs. Joe Foster. 8HOE REPAIRING Nick cade, shoemaker, is now located in the J. G. Brown build ing on Lacour street. Harness maud lug also. When you want calling cards set the Record about it. ! Lode anil placer location no- : tic tor sal. at th. Record office. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR District bears S. 81 deg. 44 mln W. Patent. Survey No. 3920. VniK-d 9818.2 feet . : States Land Office, Carson City, Thence S. 72 dee. 50 mln. B. 65. Nevada, July 23, 1912. feet to Cor. No. 8, Thence 8. 5 de, Notice Is heroby given, that Geo. 03 uiin, W, 1130.5 feet to Cor. ' No, M. Latimer, Mrs. ilea. M. Latimer 3, Thence N. 72 degrees 50 minutes and Elmer M. Bray, through their v, 541.0 feet to Corner Number nuthorized agent and attorney-in- 4. Theace N. 5 deg. 48 mln. 30 ec. tact.F, R, McNamee.whose postoffi E. 1127.4 ft. to Cor. No. 1) the place address Is, Callente, Lincoln coun'y, at beginning. This c'aiin Is located Nevada, has made application for in unsurveyed Township 6 N. R. 8 a Unl'ed Statts Patent for the Min- E. M. D. M., containing an area of nett & Hays No. 1 lode mining claim, 13.535 acres. This claim is adjoined situate in the Atlanta (unorgan- by the Belle lode, Sur. No.' 3915, on lz -d) Mining District, County ot Lin- the North as shown by the plat ; of coin, State of Nevada, being 8ur- survey. ' ' vey No. 3920 and described in the I direct that this notice be publish field notes aud plat on file In tills ed in The Ploch. Record at Pioche, office, with m.tneUe variation at Nevada, for a period ot sixty days. 17 deg. 10 min. east, as follows: LOUIS J. COHN, Commencing at Corner No. 1, whence Receiver. V. S. M. M. No. 1 Sliver Park Mining First pub. 1-1; last, 19-5.