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SATURDAY, AU0637 3 1912.
THE PIOCHE RECORD 3 The Pioche Record Published Every Saturda.- by PIOCHE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Terms of Subscription One year. In advance 12.50 One year, if not in advance 3 00 Six months, In advance J."0 Six months, If not in advance, $1.73 Papers sent to foreign countries, ul 13.60 per year; $1.75 tor six mouths; strictly in advance. Advertising rates ail application. THE LEADING NEWSPAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY Entered In the Postofflce at Pioche. Nov.. as Second Class Mall Matter POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS All notices under this head will be run up to the dale of the September primary election at the rate of $10, .ash in advannce. ARTHUR V. LEE aunuunces his candidacy for tlu- nomination for the office cf Assem blyman from Lincoln county: sub ject to the decision of the Democrat ic voters at the September primaries of LAWRENCE RICHARD Pahranagat alhy, annouiir- LEWIS H. SEASON, Editor & Mgr GEO. M. BAKER aunounces hiuise f a a caadidJU for the nomination fcr the office of Assemblyman from Lincoln Coun cy, subject to the decision of the voters cf the Republican party at the September Primaries. WILLIAM E. ORR announces his candidal y for the nom ination for the office of District At torney, subject to the decision of he Democratic party voters at the primary flection to be held SepU-m- tu .!. 3912. PETE A. DELMUE announces his candidacy for the nice cf sheriff and assessor of Lincoln County, subject to the will :f the Republican party oters at he September primaries. CHARLES CULVERWELL innounces himself as a candidate f .he office of County Treasurer ami jx-oiiicio county Clerk, subject to he decision cf the Democratic o- ;rs at the September primaries. ADDITIONAL CALIENTE LOCAL A. B. Stewart and sister are vis iting from Alamo this week. Close to 200 votes will be cast here at the primaries, according to the registry list. Tootsey Bennett is n&w in Salt Lake City, where she has accepted a position in a hotel. The Pioche train made an extra trip to Pioche Friday evening wiih ore cars for the Prince Con. Several complaints have been made about chicken stealing;. If caught the culprits .will be punished to the ful lest extent of the law. Several candidates for office are preparing to visit every precinct In the county before the 3rd of Sep tember. Billie Martin came in from Pioche on a business trip Thursday and re- mines. Mrs. Cupid of Ruth ,Nev., is in Uo city visiting wl hi her parents. Dan Mathews dropped in from Pa nacu Thursday evening for a load of supplies. Dr.. Marco la spending a few days out of town on business this week. Jim Morrison spent Thursday in town, having, come up from the ranch for supplies. i The Furgerson brothers were over from Delamar Friday for supplies for H.mcs C- Painter, and report thing quiet there aj present owing to lack of water. T. Murphy arrived from the north Tuesday .after several months ab sence. "Tex" Todd ,who has been head barkeeper for O. W. Skinner the past three months, has resigned his position and will move with his wife to California. A number of Calient residents are spending a few weeks in Los An geles. Ras Ronnow ,was down from Pa naca Wednesday. Mrs. Maud Hicks came here from ranaca Wednesday accompanied If Mrs. James Higgins, the latter de parting on No. 2 for Bisbee, Aria., to visit with her Bister. Oscar Coble is now employed at the Pioche bar. Fred Hosmer, a brother of Dr 1 ( -... noamer or ait Lake, has resigned I JI lQe republican party voters at his position as engine Inspector and,tae September primaries. will l?ave for Idaho. I Mrs. M WHc,..-.k i JAMES A. NESBITT - - - "wnu jo sif:ium the summer"wlth her daughter Mhs all,10lulce8 himself as a candidate for ana visiting xrlenda here 1,4 ouorm anu Assess.r, lowen' 1-ruVe ana rer. ....... i 1 in town during the week enroute tol,rs ot th lmocratic party at the os bis caudidacy for the office of Co. Commisslontr, (Long Term) sub ject to the decision of the Republi can party voters at the Piimarj -'lection to be held on September 3rd. 1912. JAMES E. PRICE announces his candidacy for the of ice of assemblyman from Lincoln county, subject! to the will of the Democratic voters at the Soptembtr primaries. ANGUS BLAD announces himself as a candidate for the office of Count y Recorder and Ex-officio Auditor of Lincoln County. iuoject to the decision of th Hi- publican voters at the Septemberr pri naries. H. E. FREUDENTHAL uuuuu.es uimseii a candidate for he office of Counuty Trasurer aid .i-oiucio ucunty uieik, subject to :ae decision of the Republican pri manes. W, B. PACE jf Caliente, announces his candidacy tor the office of State Senator from -tncoln County, subject to the de-1 clsiun of ilj Republ'.cai. party vet r at the Primary Election to be held September 3, 1912. E. E. FULLER announces himself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff and Assessor ot Lincoln County, subject to the wll. jf the Republican party voters Milford. Billie Lamb was in town from teh ranch during teh week. Rex Mathews has returned home arter several months spent In Pa uaca. ,To a man up a tree, it looks like the county seat fight is going to be a red hot one. TO MINING MEN NOTICE The E. E. Fuller Lumber Co.. Is Prepared to save you money on min ing Umber. We will cut timbers for haft or other purposes and de-liver to any mine In the acmp. Consul us. E. E. FULLER LUMBER CO JAMES RYAN (present Incumbent) announces him self as a candidate for the office cf County Commissioner, (Short Term.) subject to the decision of the voters f the Democratic party at the -Sep tember primaries. DAN J. RONNOW annnounnces his candidacy for the office of Sheriff and Assessor of Lincoln Counnty, subject to the will of the Democratic voters at the Sep tember primaries. t isoae ana placer location no tices for sale at the Record office. M i EXCURSION t to all CALIORNIA Beach Resorts 1 Low rate tickets on sale ! , At CALIENTE and PIOCHE I Dally May 1st to September 30th. Long Beach, Catallua. SanDiego, Venice, Ocean Park. See your Agent for information T. C. PECK, S. p. A. J. H. MANDERFIELD, Q. P. A., Los Angeles A. Q. P. A., Salt Lake ill: T SLEEPERS FREE if N 3 s III EH li -li i is P. li fl 3 fl f f m SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT LINCOLN COUNTY, TOWNSHIP September 3rd, 1912. INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: Place a cross (X) in the square just below the name of the party whtse candidates you desire to vote for. The designation of more than one jarty will render your ballot void, and the failure to designate any party will render your billot void if you vote for any candidate or candidates of more than one party. 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 to vote. Any vote for a candidate other than a candidate of the party you have designated will be disregarded. 3 3 DEMOCRATIC-PARTY P5fK 1-5 i U. S. Senator Vote for One KEY PITTIWAN .. Representative in Congress Vote for O.ie CLAY TALLMAN Justice of Supreme Court Vote for Ore A. A. HEER PATRICK A. McCARRAN Long Terfh, Regent Vote for Two WALTER E. PRATT ' i REPUBLICAN PARTY BJ3E3il J. S. Senator W. A. MA3SEY Vote for One .Representative in Congress Vote for One A. C. FrtOHLICH SOCIALIST PARTY U. S. Senator Vote for One G. A. STEELE Repr.rentative in Congress Vote for One t. E. ROOERTS Justice of t'.e Supreme Court Vote for One JAMES M. LOCKHART JOHN E. WORDEN Long Term, Regent Vote for Two JOHN W. REEVES I , - -- --- ' . 1 UKIEOrj AVaflfBBPSFTK - - .:nn Term. Qan vt . -r..,-J THOS. WOODLIFF Short Term, Regent Vote for One A. A. CCOD, State Senator Vote for Ore, c JOS. CONAWAY CHAS. LEE HORSEY Member of the Assembly Vote for Two ' . J. A. DENTON 1 V. B. PACE ! Member ofthe Assembly Vote for Two ' MS-PRICE I C l. ALQU.ST ,.TZ77" W. T, STEWART SR .1 GEO. M. UAKTZTT . WMn.iiMiii.il. .i.n Tmni-nriiinM.iiiiilH - i I CH S. CULVERWELL Sheriff and Asseacor T. J. HARRINGTON I I Shcrt Term, Regent Vots for On JAMEO W. O'BRIEN , urilMTTfll ?t;te .fcrator Vote for One J. D. CAMPBELL S. B. PRAY Vote For One, H. E. FREUDENTHAL Vote for OneSne"iff and Assessor . . . . a fl3ttttmsaunuw . -1 Vote for One S P. A. DEL Mite I v.k. J':NESB,TT E-E- fui-ler I " XUBBmiam . TIMwi urn DAN J. RONNOW c sra ... i .r fAuditr Vote fop 0ne District Attorney Vote for One ANGUS G. BLAD ..J ' i nmaunsur.U.... - - - - J WM. P odd i wirrvnwinnii. Recorder and A'xlitjr Vote for One C. W. GARRISON Co. Commissioner, Short Term Voto Tor O" JAMES RYAN I Co. Commissioner, Long Term Vote for One LAWRENCE RICHARD CHAS. LEE HORSEY aunounces his caudiadcy for the of- nee cf state Senator from Lincoln county, subject to the decisio.i of k . .A it .1 ., me vtiii ui uie uemacrauo pnntar l;s CHAIR CARS ItMWWUtUiWUlMiiiitJI If pi B C. W. GARRISON announces his candidacy for the of fice of County Recorder and ex-officio Auditor of Lincoln county, sub ject to the decision of the voters at the Democratic primaries. J. D. CAMPBELL announces hia candidacy for the norc ination for State Senator from Lin coln County, subject to the will of the Republican party voters at the September primaries. When you want calling tards - W the Record about 1L CARL ALQUIST of Caliente announces his cand'dacy f r the nomination fcr the o.'fic. oi Assemblyman from Lincoln coun ty, subject to the wi.l of th jllcan voters at the September pri I maries. 1 ; - confesses mm UNITED STATES HAIL one Harry Goluie was air.tttd rn the 8th inst. at Carp and brought to' CalUnte. by Doputy Fhtriff Cyrus! Land on the charge "of robbing the I United States mail. I A post office money order for $98 was found in his possession; Mr. He-imstreet had sent out Post Office Inspector Meats tele graphed to the U. S. District at torney for instructions. Go'die when examined, told many conflicting: stories and nave out ti-.ri ... ' of implicating others in the crime;1 ut after the examination h i , ' vi IU& uown and ponfpcai m ..!. - 6ui. Uncle Sam can now tak th VTTT t?r in baud and the community will ! rid of another undesirable cW-l His arrest exp'ains the disappear tace of many letters of late from the Pioche maiL Where Memory F.n,. A woman never forgets her birth ts-.rr Legal blanks for sale at the Rec ord office. . Sam Blunt Surprieed Mr. and Mrs. San Blunt were giv e a surprise party at their home in Caliente. July 29ib, the occasion being the 20th anniversary 0f their fr?m tte? ""m!rU8 reembrances Z uh.:end!-.' Ay -food w,s TiSS lBB?k- from"'Ln.Saah .Spott8 'ritr trom' Jfeould read the Recem.