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SATURDAY, AU88t l12. THfc PIOCHE RECORD f The Pioche Record Published Every Saturday by PIOCHE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Terms of Subscription One year, in advance, $2.u0 One year, if not in advance 3.00 Six mouths, iu advance Six mouths, it not in advance, $17 Papers sent to foreign countries, at $3.50 per year; $i.7o for six inomus, strictly in advance. Advertising rates on application. THE LEADING NEWSPAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY Entered in the Postofflce at Pioche. Nev., as Second Class Mail Matter. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS All notices under this head will be run up to the date of the September primary election at the rate of J10, ash Iu advannce. ARTHUR V. LEE announces his candidal y for tin uomtiiation fur the office of Ass ni blyman from Lincoln county; sub ject to the decision of the Democrat ic voters at the September primaries LEWIS H. BEASON, Editor & Mgr. LAWRENCE RICHARD uf Pahranagat Vallty, annoum s his candidacy for I he office of Co. Commissioner, (Long Term) sub .ect to the decision of the Republi can party vet. is at the Primur;. -lection to be held on September 3rd 1912. ADDITIONAL CALIENTE LOCAL A. B. Stewart and sister are itlng from Alamo this week. Close to 2H0 votes will be cast here at the primaries, according tc the registry list. Tootsey Bennett is new in Salt Lake City, where she has accepts d a position iu a hotel. The Ploche train made an txtra trip to Pioche Friday evening with ore cars for the Prince Con. Sevtral complaints have been made about chicken stealing. If caught tlit culprits will bo punished to the fu -lest extent of the law. Several candidates for office un preparing to visit every precinct in the county before the :rd of Sep tember. Blllie Martin came in from Piotlu on a business trip Thursday and re mines. .Mrs. Cupid of Ruth ,Nv., In in '.hi lit ' ' itiiiiS tttal her pureiits. Dun .Mathews dropped in from Pa naca Thursday evening for a load of supplies. Dr. .Marco is spending a few day out of town on business tills week Jim Morrison spent Thursday ii town, having, come- up from the1 ranch for supplies. The Furgersou brothers were over 'from Deltunar Friday for supplies for l-Hiiies c- Painter, and report thins quiet there present owing to lack of water. T. Murphy arrived from the north Tuesday .alter .several months ab sence. "Tex" Todd ,who has been head barkeeper for O. W. Skinni r the past three months, has resigned his position and will move with his wife to California. A number of Caliente residen.s are spending a few weeks iu Los An geles. Ras Roniiow ,was down from Pa naca W ednesday. Mrs. Maud Hicks came here from 1'anuca Wednesday accompanied if .Mrs. James Higgius, the latter de parting on No. 2 for Uisbee, Ariz, to visit with her sister. Oscar Coble is now eniployt d at the Pioche bar. Fieri Hosmer, a brother df Dr. Ilosuier of Salt Luke, has resimied his position as engine inspector mid , will leave for Idaho. Mrs. M. Wadsworth Is spciicliiif. the summer"'wlth her daughter, MU-s Mayme, and visiting rrh-nds lure. itoweii'x brii'te and rcpa r gang was in town during the week eiironte to Milford. Billlo Lamb was iu town from teh ranch during teh wetk. Rex Mathews has returned home after several months spent In I'a naca. To a man up a tree, it looks like Ihe county seat fight Is going to be a red hot one. JAMES E. PRICE tnnounces his candidacy for the of ice of assemblyman frtnn Lincoln jaunty, subject to the will or the Democratic voters at the Sepiemb r primaries. GEO. M. BAKER announces, himse f as a caadid li i'or the nomination f r the office jf Assumblyn.au from Liiuoln Coin y, Bubject to the decision cf the voters of the Republican party at the September Primaries. WILLIAM E. ORR umounces his candidacy for the nuiii aiptiou for the office of District At torntj . subject to the dociaion of ie Democratic party voters at the Tini.-iry election to bo held Septem I .1. 1D1J. PETE A. DELMUE announces his candidacy for the ffice cf sheriff and assessor id Lincoln County, subjoit to the will if the Republican party oteis at he September primaries. CHARLES CULVERWELL innoiiiices himself as a candidate tn lie office of County Treasurer and x-officio County Clerk, subject to he decision of the Demmrallc vo rs at the September priimivies. ANGUS BLAD innouncea himself as a candidate to ihe office of Count y Recorder and Kx-officlo Auditor of Lincoln County lubject to the decision of the Re tiulilicai) voters ut the September! prl iimrlcg.? H. E. FREUDENTHAL umounces himself a lanlidaie ftn lie orllce of Counuty Ir. asnrer a in Jx-officio County Clerk, subject tn .lie decision of tlie Republican pri iitaiies. W. B. PACE f Caliente, auuouiices his candidacy tir the office of (I talc Senator from .incoln. County, subject to the tie- ii .li of iLo itepubl'.cm. party vet rs ,it the l'riuniry Elect i.m lo be lie'.il September 3, 1U12. E. E. FULLER intiouncos himself as a candidal e I'm tiio office of Sheriff and Assessor o Lincoln County, suujett to the w il if the Republican party voters I tlie September primaries. JAMES A. NESBITT announces biinsi If us a candidate for the office of Sheriff and Asdo.-s r subject to the decision of the vnt era of the Democratic partj at tin September primaries. TO MINING MEN NOTICE The K. K. Fuller Lumber Co. Is Prepared to save you money on min ing timber. We will cut timbers for shaft or other purposes and deliver to any mine In the acmp. Constit us. E. E. FULLER LUMBER CO JAMES RYAN i present Incumbent) announces him self as a 'aniliilate for the office i: County Commissioner, (Short Tint:, subject to the decision uf tile voter ef the Democratic party at the Sep tember primaries. DAN J. RONNOW auiiuounnces his candidacy f r tli office of Sheriff nnd Assessor Lincoln Counuty, subject to the will of the Democratic voters at the Sep (.ember primaries. Lode mid placer location ii" tlces for sale at the Record office. 5 m 1 STi ft PS i. I EXCURSION to all CALIORNI A Beach Resoits Low rate tickets on sule -At CALIENTE and PIOCUE f Daily May 1st to September KOtti. tj: Long Beach, Cataliua, SanDiego, ' Venice, Ocean Park. See your Agent for Information r" T. C. PECK, 6. P. A. J. H. MANDERFIELD, g C P. A., Los Angelas A. G. P. A., Salt Lake TOURIST SUM FREE SI tl ii M ii y IS SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT LINCOLN COUNTY, TOWNSHIP September 3rd, 1912. INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: Place a cress (X) in Ihe square just below the name of the party whose candidates jou desire toxcte for. The designation of more than one party will rtrdtr ycur ballot void, and the failure to designate any party will render your ballot void if ymi vote for any candidate or candidates of more tl-an one parly. ' . . To vote for a candidate of the party you have designated, make a cross (X) in the square at the right of the name of the person for whom you desire ti vote. Any vote for a candidate other than a candidate of the party you have designated will be disregarded. . . DEHOGUTIC PARTY iSEaUsT U. S. Senator KEY PITTMAN Vote for One riEPUBUCAS PARTY 1J. S. Senator W. A. MASSEY Vote for One SOCIALIST PARTY U. S. Senator Vote for One G. A. STEELE Representative In Congress Vote for One Representative In Congress Vote for One CLAY TALLMAN j . A. C. F.-50HLICH Justice of Supreme Court Vote for Or.ej e. E. ROI3ERT3 A. A. HEER I Justice of t .e Supreme Court Vote for Orte PATRICK A. McCARRAN rVM-nw-nr-nMiriT m iwwwffl Lon;j Term, r..,ent WALT ER E. i-RATT JAMES M. LOCKHART Vote for Twoj,.,ng TsMi ftegent Vote for Two Stite Senator A. A. CCCD, Representative In Congress Vote for Ono JOHN E. WCRCEN Long Term, Regent Vote for Two JOHN W. REEVES TKC3. WOODLIF? Ihort Term, Regent Vote for Ono S. 3, PRAY Vote for Or.e JOS. CON A WAY CHAS. LEE HORSEY Member of the Asse-nM,. Vote for Two J. A. DENTON A. V. LEE JAS. E. PRICE W. T. 81 F.'.vart FR. Trs:;;:rer n.-.d Clerk CIIAS. CULVERWELL .. Sheriff and Assessor T. J. HARRINGTON J. A. NESBITT DAN J. RONNOW .. Vote for One Jiurt Term, Recent JAMES W. O'ERIEN jtta inntcr Vote for Ono Vote for Ono J. D. CAMPBELL W. D. PACE ... Member of the Assembly Vote for Two1 C. L. ALQ'JIDT GEO. M. QAKER Irsasurcr rnd Ck'rlc Vote For Ono' H.- E. FFCUDENTHAL Vote for One 'Sheriff and Aoscsecr j P. A. DELMUE Vote for One; E. E. FULLER District Attorney WM. E. OKR .. Vote for One Reoorcler and Auditir Vote for One ANGUS C. BLAD Co. Ccmmltjioner, Long Term Recorder and Auditor C. W. CARRitCN . Vote for One Co. Commissioner, Short Term ' Vote for One JAMES RYAN Vote for Ono LAWRENCE RICHARD I CHA8. LEE HORSEY announces Ills candladty for the of fice cf State Senator from Lincoln county, subject to the decision of the vi'ters at the Democratic primar- CHAIR CARS 51 C. W. GARRISON announces Ms candidacy- for the of fice of County Recorder and ex-offic-io Amlilor i)f Lincoln county, sub ject to the ileciBiun of the voters at the D. mocratic prlnitirles. J. D. CAMPBELL annouuees his candidacy for the nom ination tor State Senator from Lin coln County, subject to the will of the Republican party voters at the September primaries. I CARL ALQUIST of Caliente announces his candidacy ;f. r Hie liomltinl.on lV.r tho offici lot Assenililyutun from Lincoln eoun ity, subject to the wU of the 15 pub ; lie an vott rs at the September pri maries. BHD STATES M When you want calling cards see tha Record about IL Harry Goldle w:f. utr tt ii r. the Sth inst. at Carp mid trough! to Caliente by Deputy Sheriff Cyrus Land on the cbarga of robbing the United States mall. A post office money order for $9S was found in his possession; one Mr. Hi liustreet had sent out. Post Office Inspector Means tel. uraphed to the V. S. District at torney for Instructions. Goldle, when examined, told many conflicting sicries and gave out several threats jT implicating others in the crime; ut aiter the examination he broke Jown and confessed his guilt. t'nele Sam can now take f.ie nlaT- r in hand and the community will e rid of another undesirable c'har .ict r. fits arrest exp'ains the disappear :ir ; - of many letters ef late from the Pioche mail. Legal blanks for sale at the Rec ord office. Whero Memory Fall. A woman never forgets her birth day, but she is seldom able to remem ber how many she's bad. Sam Blunt Surprised Mr. and Mrs. gam Blunt were giv en a surprise party at their home in Caliente, July 29th, tho occasion being the 20th anniversary of their marriage. The couple were the re cip.ents of numerous remembrances fria their friends. A jolly good time was had and the lunck served was greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Sarah Spotts wrltfs from rroin Los Ange es, where she Is t.ie guest of Mrs. Fcrbes, that she Is having a most pleasant visit. She may be away six or seven weeks, possibly longer.