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SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1903.
-Votes For Women Help Win The Fight For Equal Suffrage ! In Nevada. I respectfully announce my candida cy for the Domination on the Dem ocratic ticket to the office of Unit ed States Senator for the State of , Nevada. I have been encouraged to take I thu att o lv the kind endorsement Send to the Record for your type- riu supplies. THE PRICE HOUSE The reliable place to atop while you are In Ploche. Meala aerved In connection. THE PRICE HOUSE ai.hoo Speaka for Suffrage ANNOUNCEMENT Bishop Robinson recenuy uu . PEOPLE OF THE STATE aa address In aupport of equal auf- NEVADA: (rage. He said In part: I "Some women do not want to votev fThey w they are eutlrely satisfied iwith thin aa they are, and they ........ aw to cast a ballot, i f Very true, undoubtedly, every word of u. But If they do not want tne 5 not be a merciful act to hilp glvo It ' o lue for sucn 0fflce j,y most of the i to those who sorely need It lor tneir, u u;ocrttlic papers, the generous oi- own protectlu. Surety, no womau wh f n vt support by leading Democrats 1 understands Uie sutua of women toll-;. hlonout 8tate and the fear- I i.. i ...rl..o trwtav ran withhold')...., iinuolflsh fteht made in I3i B tit niuvntn " - ' n v ........-.- --t ' her sympathy and help. Good wives my i,euaif by the rank and fllo at the I and mothers of Nevada, do you uot lst election, when I had the honor ' know that there are seven million t0 rt.pi'eient the Democratic party In ; mothers and daughters of humanity ,ne couiest for the same office, i In AmtTloa who are tollers, wage- iv views ou all National and State earuo's. Questions were as fully and clear y Thouuida of them have Igon hours stated by me to the pub.k during and Pitiful pay . Thousands work uu- Ue last campaign as lay in my pow der conditions that make the heart er aud 1 have discovered no reuaou ache. They are unable to protect for i-Lauglug those views, themselves. With the ballot theyj sund unequivocally upon the might have Uia protection. They are;SUte and National platforms adopt crylng outto you for the help of your j tnl by the last State aud National example. Is It right to refuse? Ev- conventions. ery woman in Nevada who expresses! I am now and always have been a herself In favor of equal franchise is j i rogresslve Democrat holding out a tender nana to ner kbs: i Know uim u aiu uouureu uy such tortnate sisters. All they ask is Justice, plain common Justice. If the women of Nevada will only say, "I want the franchise btxause 1 want t help.,' that will be enough. The men will probably be glad to give you that nower to htdu if they know you de sire It Why not do this? It Is right and H Is Christian," Do you know what womau suffrage means? And do you know that the qreat'on o tha right cf women to elf government la one which is commanding the attention of the whole civilised vworld? That work ing woman-suffrage organisation of representative men ar.d women exist in twenty-one countries, Aus tralia. Austria,, Belgium, Bohemia, land, France, Germany, Great Brit Ian, Iceland, Italy, Holland, Hun gary, Norway, Russia, South Africa, Sweeden , Switzerland, and the c nicta s;aiesr ' ....... . Do you know that tho women of fiUnb, ;sfc.ALA New Zealand rote on equal terms gamplingr. Assaying and An- wlth men? And so do the women Jfc of Q Surveying of Australia, NoAway and Finland., d Draftjng Do you know that twenty-six women . tat M member of the Finland Tar- buy Ore in all QlliM- lament of 1909? j . f th g fc Do you know that the women of Wy- r oming have voted upon the same; terms as men since 1S93? The wo-' men of Colorado since 1S93? The1 women of Utah and Idaho since 1896? .. The women of Washington alnc 1910? Do you know that in ! more than twenty other states the' women have partial suffrage, nitmic ' a a k. 1 ipsu, scnooi, or taxpaynig? LXCl lasive Agency... ..For This Region., Hannon and Florsheim ..SHOES.. ..SHIPMFNT JUST ARRIVED.. THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE E. Kahn, Proprietor. nnCaassaBBBas3i9&cssin P!eanimg IP rrnees 11 a a a n PROFESSIONAL CAftOS noininatlon, I can enthusiastically sup p.irt both platforms and the noml aoes, and I will tight Incessantly and untlreingly for the success of our p.irty in county and state, and the .lection of that great and fair Pro gressive, Woodrow Wilson, as Prvs Ulent of the United States. Very respectfully, KEY PITTMAN, Tonopah. Nev., July 24, 1912. Wi.l Preach In Ploche U(.v. i'aluur of Las Vegas expects! to .hold service at the ln:uu ua day school building in I'loth , Wtd nesday evening, August 14. Every body is Invited. Bank Exchange A llitth Class Kcort Where courteous treat ment is shown to all. GEORGE REED. Pieprittar James W. Abbott MINING ENGINEER Pioche. Nevada E! Wp (n not crv "Sale," "Down with Prices," but 53 wish to tell the public in frank, straightforward language that we are prepared xo sen goods as i cheap or cheaper than any one doing business. OPPORTUNITIES -WORTH NOTING Portland Cement, $1.25 per sack Rock Salt - $15.00 per ton Candies - $4.00 per box a These are not cut prices for a week or ten days, but S .-. m . ,0 1 J,-, .if Vn-w ,- nviooo oil fho lima - g CAR IDAHO WHITE OATS. CAR g GIANT POWDER received this week ' See our large stock. Obligations to buy never come u with a visit. Obstacles to buy in the shape of high or a prices removed. I I i u y B a a F. R. McNAMEE Attorsey and CounetMer At Law CALIENTE. NEVADA Pioche Assay Office... i "HIGH GRADE" does not draw interest or pay for a "Grubstake" if left on the dump- Come and see us FOR TERMS E. H. SDYDK.R. Mininsr Envrineer M. J. EMPEY, j Mining Contractor ! Successors to E. C. D. Marriage Mrs. C W. GarUoa and sister. MiiJi Lena Frank, returned on ;ht- Srd lust, trom California. Mrs. John F. Roeder has returned trom a two month's rislt with rel- tit, and triendt la California. Snyder, Slaughter and Empey axe ahlplnt ore from a property in the Itrlstol district. Frank Walker and sons hare finish d th auTTy for the proposed Dajr Bristol tramway. Tom Grover Is doin; assinettt wvirk on a croup of claims nar Bristol. Mrs. Hans Olson is in th city vlsitin fVith hr mother, Mrs- Mitot an and other tvUtiTM. Frank Tomson and C, L. BlUinst ar doing work on a group of niinlns claims near th Home Run ir.in la the Bristol district. Coming Soon Sterling and Wallace Co.. The Stupendous Produc lion 'The Battle" and "Dante's Inferno" BANK oj PIOCHE, I Incorpoiated. if- does at general banking! business! CHARLES LEE HORSEY Attorney and Councellor At Law PIOCI?: NEVADA I. 3. Free E Taylot FREE d TAYLOR Mines and Mining Mines Bought and Sold- i rospeota Developed. Salt Lake . iiy offiiv 331 D. F. Walker Mkuk. Ne vada office, Tliompsou Hl.xl- PIOCHE. ... ShIVAU. GEORGE DOROTH Tonsorial Artist No better place In the city tor a HAIR CUT. SHAVE, or BATH. Come and have one with us OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY ST PIOCHE. NEVA1) FRATERNAL SOCIETIES 4 n Intorost paid uu 1 Time Deposits n M. L. LEE, Cashier! IDCSQCSSS&OBSSDBaBQD n ii ii ii MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL B B n n u D I WHILE IX PIOCHE. Located H II II Next Door to tH Court House II !j MRS. ALEX. ORR. Prop. U I . n ii::U3 REGISTRATION NOTICE For Primary Election PIOCHE LODGE NO. Zi l. u. u. . aieets even Tuesday Evening at elsb o'clock. 1. O. O. F. Buildup. Mai street Visiting brothers an- invited W, E. Bailey. Noble Grand; A. A Cnriuau, Secretary, MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. Pioche, Nevada. MeeU: every Thur.. day at 7:30 o'clock P. M., 1. O. O i Hall. All visiting brothers and si ters cordially invited. Mrs. John F. Roeder, Noble Grand; Mrs. Ethe Middleton, Secretary. J ST. JOHN LODGF NO. y F. A. M. Meeu at Mavr 'Ar v ic Hall. Lacour street, on Ih ud Monday of every month at elgh o'clock P. M. ,C. A. Thompson V. M John H. Deck, Secretary. CHURCH DIRECTORY. . P. S. K. Meets at Union Sun day School Building every Sun lay evening at T:Si) o'clock. Every oody invited. PIOCHE UNION SUNDAY SCHOOL Meets every Sunday morning 10:30 o'clock. Everybody invited these meetings. ADWITSSIC V 3om At Princeton 1 A baby boy was born oa the 4 th, Usu to Mr .and Mrs. Ed. Tomlln at! Uie Prince mine. .Catarrh Caruf Covtd witTa UX'AU Am-iC.VriOX. . as tV-y (auiK4 (Mch t': -;5 ct St C- iiJ ia tfit c:3 i. J4 K.a.1 t.ii ta xi v j . - I i I n rxv.. . i . . i v a ( . z . .1 van? u . A. LJston and wif of Cailenie I tsctta lau-rx-i-x. au .cUy were in the city this week the meets 1 ,h NxJ !Vt la"J!-',i:v,M ". hj.- - -ifc - rlcias la this ooiE:ry i.r jv.;rs aJ 1 Mrs. Tom Tulkxh. who has been cn' & ' 7?: u sick ui ior some time, u rs Kalning her health much to the grat fl cation of her friends. I F. Adiunson. ttata bullkn tax collector, and wife, were In tie city w Thursday nlghC They drove ov t from Carson in an auto, r tarn tax Friday Tin Ely. of t t-r-j t vrr.k-ii t- r-.T frKe a-.h rtaVrM rec!- H ctuia eS.-.rrX t-.l tr t.vn'rvviir.U. tree. F. . i V:": V . i X T.twN o "".- - j- tr-. A b iv rej al took p"ai la one of a " the hotels here whta Assistant rs- W, H. Watta of Loa Angeles, a win- trlct Akit.) Willis ot Yerringtaa lng engineer, and daughter, are , In o bmhers. John and camp. Mr. Watts has been conduct- William Gruber. aW of T.rriastcn. lag an examination of the Blue Bird iloi wxrd "r passed ovr a ditorve and other properties la th High- c nich reopntjy tvxk pUce U bad dlstrkV, Yerrlngto, Wills ipulled a revolver . mtV -air a b jfem v fw... V ; v A Nw Pleelialt - one of the G rubers ad t.rabec then A bahy hoy was bora to Mr. and proceed to spoil the teauirea of Mrs. C. B. Klnx erly Friday naora- tho attoreay wttlj his tat. The tax. th st tact, iatopp4. . t Notice is hereby given tiat the Retistratu!i Bock for the Primary Fiction is now open and that the tinie tcr registration of names of th qualified electors of Fkvtion Precinct of IVUmar, Nevada, prk t the September Primary Election, to be held on the third day u" Sep tember, m. will eire t .-iX o'ekxk P. M. n the IMh tlay of August. A. D,, 11 Said Reas r txi book will be open la u v f- Tf,c on legal days betaveeo the hour of 1 A. M. and P. M. up to aid including the Sth day of August. 112 until the ISth day of Au&ui-u 191. my said Registration Bok wiU be open on all legal days from oVkxk A. M, until oVkxk P, M. in aditxn to the hours here fre mentioned. The h rruires natsrar.s cit- Ueas t ejLhibii their naturalisation papers when thy present themselves f-r reistratiob. If naturalitation Supers have Ixvn lost or destroyed, the elector will be ivuircd ti make aT.dsvit m that ffet, J. C. HAMKS. Rgistry Aeat fvw IV'iuar To ship. BflnBVHnnBMHaaHsvBHMaannflM iMer iseroey Fails. A aoaun never forgets ker tank day. hut ah la teidoa ahl to renei ar now May show had. j FOR SALE Hifcb. grade typewriter, almost new, In good condition. In quire or writ Dobson Bro's, Calicnte, Nevada. AGENT WANTED Local agent stake charge of subsfJtion work ui svate iitusirated magatine. The New West. Maa or woman. Good terms to right party. Address N West MsgHsine, Reno, Nev. tc for ve jtviND One black umk with b 1 j tad hobbles, near Dels mar, Nev I iwu mtt z uii uner may i nave same y identifying aud I paying expenses to date. Address Immel J. Horn. Calietste, Nev, FOR RENT OR SALE. Two cottages ; and barn on Madow Valley AU in good condition. laquire Mrs. Jo Foster. now SHOE REPAIRING Nkk Back-, shoemaker, is located la tte J. G Brown buiU lag on Lacour street Harass nind tag aix When yo want calling varC s the Record about It. "f a poccr axaooa no tie tor sal at th Record offlea, SI on ii Sri sa n Hodges-Cook ercantile Co M i ii H 11 y ti t3 U WAYS E B ON THE JOB IS D Selling CANDIES, CIGARS fl and STATIONERY. g CARMAN a AT THE POST OFFICE D 1BBBC3BBBBBBBBBGB&B! I THE COURT I ! EXCHANGE I 3 M V V t 5 - s ri I ; s Hie Finest of N 1 N E S uutl C 1 t; A H 5 l-J. G. Bron I Pioche Meat I m Company Beaf Veal Pork Mutton I i Ham Bacon and Sausage T : Frpch Rjpph Cat I Ycgctatles and Fruit ii nn it nil i i.nu ! for everybody INTER-MOUNTAIN COAL COMPANY D. P. SULLIVAN, Agsnt. 2CSQaC3BBC3BC3C3SGaB iBHaBC3ZZZ yThe Fly Season Always creates a demand for Scireenti irs :a n ii ii ii ii ii ii ii !! II II g And we have them in ali sizes. gwe also hae in stock the materialji jjfor making window gcrens, i! The price will be made to suit. Give jjas your order now. ii ii ii ii ii ucWMMM,ssssssssss3Bigs;ssa;s-r-7r"" L L fULLER LUMBER COMPANY. of N'OTICK OF APPLICATION FOR Patent Survey No. 3920. fnlted Sutes Laud Office. Carson Cliy, Nevada. July 25. 1912. Xotie U herviy glvtn. that Oeo. M. LaUuer, Mrs. Geo. M, Laxiuier ftid FOmer M. Bray, through thtir authorlied asent and attoruey-ln-fact,F. K. McNamee,whose postofMf) address Is, Caliente, Liucoiu county, Nevada, has mad vapplkatton fjr a Unl-ed Suu Pateut tor the Mln nett Hays No. I hxie wlntu claim, situate in th Atlanta tuoorgan U?dl Mining District. County 0f Lin coln. Sute of Nevada, bela sur, vey No. SS2v and described ta th field nous and plat on fU la this offic. with uafnU ncUtioa 4t 1? dec. U t&la. east, aa follows:-. CommeacWi at Corner No. l.whenc L S. M. Ji. No. SilTr Park Mtam, I'Vrlct bears S. 81 der. 44 min W. 9S18.J feet Thence S. H de. 60 mln. E. 525.8 ret to Cor. No. t. Thenc S. 5 de. 03 mln. W. U30.5 feet to Cor. No. 3. Theuc N. ;s degrees 50 minute , 541.Q teet la Corner Number Thcac N. S deC. 48 aiin. 30 reel 11.. 4 ft. to Cur. No. th plac t beglunlua. Thla c aim la located la unsurveyed Township S N. R. 8 f: f; D- M . containing an area of 'S 7v cr Thla eUim U adjoined by th Bell kin Sur. No, 3315. on surfer"11 hWI1 lj plat ot 1 direct that thla notlc h pabliah- Th Rcord at Pioche. -Nada. tor a period of sixty day. LOUIS J. COHN. -RclTr.