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SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1913.
THE PIOCHE RECORD asms County Treasurer Orr was in At lanta this week on business. J. A. Nesbltt and family spent sev eral days In Condor canyon this week Prof .G. W. Miles was In the city early in the week from Pauaca. sv uo 1JH tnsqVoJS 'AS. 'A "WIS E. F. Freudenthal was in Eagle and Rose valleys this week for a few days. E. Kahn and John Ewing were Pajiranagat valley this "week on busiiness trip. E. L. Godbe aud family arrived from California this week, making the trip by automobile. Dan Ronnow left yesterc'ay on nam nuipninfr trin to Atlanta and Lake valley. Mrs. Hans Olson has returned to hc,r hnniB Ht Callente after a visit with relatives and friends. H P Wlddicombe and Iwife left Monday for a trip to Idaho wehre they will spend their honeymoon. .T. D. Thomson, of the Geyser Ranch company, arrived early in the weak from Los Angeles and has been at the ranch.- Mrs. Nellie Foster, a sister of Elmer Middleton. left Monday far monah after a three week's visit with her brother and famliy. Percy Saddler left for Suit Lak hist Friday. Mrs. Wm. Culverwell is In town the. guests of relatives" Frank Thompson, who with C. L. Billings, is operating a properly near the Home Run mine at Britsol, re ports having made what appears to be an impotrant strike this week. A. A. Ileer, democratic candidate for Justice of the supreme court, was in the city this week in the inter est of liis candidacy. Mrs. Thomas Entertains. Mrs. A. W. Thomas entertained about forty friends yesterday after noon in honor of her slbter, Mrs. Dr Ruymon. Rev. Palmer Here. Rev. E. A. Palmer held services at the Union Sunday School bui din last evening aud preached an inter estlng sermon to an appreciative audience. CLOSING OUT. The entire stock of the Pioche Drug Co. is being sold out at cost Bargains in Patent Medicines, Chem lcals, Jewelry, etc. In fact, ( erything In our store goes. DR. W. W. STOCKHAM J. A. Nesbilt expects to leave- for Atlanta and Lake valley points on a electioneering trip. He will gel away tomorrow. Dr. W. W. Stockhain came in fron Delta, Utah, early In the week and expects to remain Indefinitely business. M. C. Godbe and daughter, Mary accompanied by Miss Alice Slim!. an arrived from Salt Lake today, a business trip this week. Turner For Hiko H. W. Turner Is in teh city, havn Harry dec.'eareB that Inasmuch imty seat fight Is on h to Hkio. W. H. ritts was (n Salt Lake or a buinesss trip this week. Turner For Hlko. H. VV. Turner Is In the? city, bav in i arrived yesterday from Hlko the first county Beat of Liuer-li county. Harry declares that inas fnuch as the' county seat fight on, he sugg I ts that the mutter ca be amicably settled by giving back to Hiko. SIGN POSTS NEEDED FOR OUR ROADS There' is a Bourre of revenue which has been diverted from Elko and to which our people are seemingly in different. It Is the automobile tt.ur 1st trade. w ltliln the past, year this source of revenue has reached proportions which is commanding at t ntion throughuot all Nevada except Elko countyy, and unless somethhi is done soon we will wake up some cay to a realiziloii that thousa id rf dollars have slipped through on lingers and found their way lut coiVers of our neighbors. Tho natural way for transeontlnen ta! toirIsts to go through Nevada is through Elko. Vet, naturally favore rs we are, '.ny a small per cent cf the trave. is coming t,M w.e and all that we have to do to lose 1 entirely is to remain Inactitve and continue to lie in our blissful coma tose condition. A tew days ago one of our citizens l,n conversation with Senator Eatsou, of Austin, learned that there was Bend o the Record for your type-riU'- supplies. . THE PRICE HOUSE The reliable place to stop while rou are In Plocbe. Meals served In connection. THE PRICE HOUSE ANNOUNCEMENT ' TO THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEVADA: I respectfully announce my candida cy for the nomination on the Dem ocratic ticket to the office of Unit ed States Senator for the Slate of Nevada. I have been encouraeed to take his step by the kind endorsement me for such office by most of the ii iiioerauc papers, the generous ot- l rs it support by leading Democrats luoui-hout the state and the fear jts aud unselfish fight niaiie in ay bejalf by the rauk aud file at the ist election, when I had the honor represent the Democratic party in, lu contest for the same otrice. i ,, ; views on all National aud State. luestioiis were as fully and clear y: tiued by me to tiie pub.lj during ho hib campaign as lay in my paw-. r aud i have discovered uu reason ; jr ehauging those views. I stand uiicyui vocally upon the! itite aud National platforms adupi- d by the last State and National oiiveutious. 1 am now and always have been a r-giessive Democrat. I l know that if 1 am honored by such f loiniuation, I can enthusiastically sup- i t both plutfcrms aud tho iii.ini-; es, aud I will fight incessantly and I jutireiugly fur tilt success of our .i.irty In county and state, and the l.'ciiou of that great aud fair Pro- .retsive, Voourow Wilson, in IT: a- lout of the United Stales. Very respectfully, KEY PITTMAN, Tonopah, Nev., July 24, liiu. Viil Preach In Ploche . I R. -v. Palmer of Las Vegas expects! hold service at the cniuti auu- ay school building In 1'loclu , Vd-i-.-sday evening, August 14. K'vcry- lody is iuvHed. Pioche Assay Office... PIOCHE, NEVADA dimpling, Assaying and An alysis u f Ores, Surveying and Drafting A'e buy Ore in all Quan tities, from the Sack up "HIGH CiRADE" flues not draw interest or pity (or a "Grubstake" if left on the dump- Come-and see us FOR TERMS E. II. SDYDER, Mining Enuinter M. J. EMP.-.Y. Mining C'ontniflor Successors to E. ('. I). Marriage A baby boy was born on tiie 4th ist. to Mr .and Mrs. Ed. Tomlln at ii Prince mine. .villi T-OCATj AIT'LiC V'1' thr-y C'a- .iiiinot roue 1 1 t.iO tr.u ct t!i. .iiel In orikr t. euro ie y.-i v.iu.A i iL.) in Cirnul rtMTici1.:?'.-;. ii'lfit ( '.it.-ri'i v'uro ia alien lnlorr..ill:.-, v:A ucia illiv.nly up A Uo blood r.i;!i-oi;i surfac'. llali'n Jatarrli lur, t: -t a qti:. ': i:u- 'i.'Mio. I; was prorcriK J I y . c of W.c .. t pli. - :lr!aii3 In llila couiuiy for c i i oi:J b 'i iv pillar prefer: It f; c'virv of tro bct:t (o:;:,-3 1 n. n-i, r;j;! ':;cA with t!i: ijo:jt blooil r : r'Te'til (m t: ? r;;ueot!3 cv.n" Ci. 1. N p-r.'fvl r nrbiM.1. ilun of t!-P iVio iMjTt 'licit i !) pvi tl'.i'(H bucIi - -:"! ,:"':! it--.-!:! in rurlr.tf oat.irrh. V-n 1 f r t " t'r :-.-,' f:vo. p. J. ciE:rv ," ci,, i r-T) Te 1,'fj.). o, r- H 1 y - r- ' . ! V. 'I'alie Hall': I'.t.::!';.' V!'1. , f r cviiistipatiou. average of the touring ai.y parsing inrouu inai pince. nost of them going by way of Ely. ihlj Is reRarilli ss of Hie fact thai t is approximately ninety miles fur In v over that road tnhu by way of ,Clko. What is the reason? While we hue been doing nothing ) induce touiists 10 cmuo this way, ml have depended upon the ndvan- ages offered by nalure oilier count! a '-ave bet n c.)iid::.-tiug a eiiuiiiain oi l ands of tourists loKalniat of thrlr; vads, ami havt' pimeil guid.e posts -lung their public highway. Prom rial! Lake City to Los Angel. the: 'oad la logged ami hUu pusis have; en erected by way of Ely, which ot j ourse diverts the travel from the: 'lit Hi-ell course that Is, from Elko, j tnte have paced guide pusis forj the benefit of travelers, and this.: .ict livi; more, should be done at; nee in this county. It lonhl i:i i Olio .Willi it! Ii? expense, and it would tig m.iny motorists this way. By! j.re tilted. lie iimil coulcl afle-rwai'd lie ai:ei then-e is not a elotibt vit in a short time we umiM r. nl zp the neeesity of a frisi d.1,3 h.-ih-ey m-roRS the state. It !s a well known fact lliiil Sivit '.' .' i ul and other Riiropean -iitit.'l r- today princlpn'ly snouiTted t,v iii-riean toiti-ts. One of the great--st attractions of these countriis is heir remarkable public roans . Th y re veritable boulevards, and the delight of motorists. It requires no great stretch of Imagination to see 9 .BSWjSljaMgjWQjZjy''''"'" ..SHII'MFNT JUST ARRIVED.. THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE E. Kahn, Proprietor. Bank Exchange A II it'll C'lUNH Uc-Mirt Where courteous treat ment is shown to ail. GKOIH.E REED. fa IBANK oj PIOCHE, Incorpoiated. I does aj general I business I a I n tcrcst i ii i I on Time Deposits !1 5.7 M. L. LEE, Cashier 3 'li:;;:'!!!:!!;!:.!!;;'!!!:!!:!!!!'!'!!:!!:!'!!1!!:! 1!:!!;; - rJ'.ii'fs'S B. MOUNTAIN 1 VIEW HOTEL ES ta H THE liEST PLACE TO STOl M WHILE IN PIOCHE Lu ated 3 n g Next Ooo to the Court House M MRS. ALEX. ORR, Prop. Mt rm 5" a very mv;u uuinv of our eato'rnery JaIhi iinw lrn iihrr.iid I'lit' u viu-iiiliin iow go abroad for i ill'1 1 g western America Instead, dun ui.'r public roads aie n.ade torn-inil-i'i e imd convenient i',r tiavel. One miiilit roughly e tinintc what .'.lko is losing in jlils? cuiiiuvtiou as follows: If an average of the cars . d: y were house".! here. It would hi :i:i i xreiuliture of ai least trer.-lyiui- cellars a day for oil and ' 1 1' i: Each ear would a-, nine iiiv.' I, .i lists, and the board ami '' ' tt...clber with incidentals of i e; s i iteen would be at least fifty d-.'s n day. And this Is a small nsi.:- I'.ttlmi eoinpai'id with teh in .ire;t h iu fits lo he d.'.viveii. it is a trade well wo.th reach 'n.-; :i t:r 'ii:id we should b.gin t nice to reach Elko. Free Tress. l.oelv.-k. Xev.. Aiir. I. a ven '"i'.hi lis .-lV- !-ai a--air 1) t-n swept ' a r.ii'; - sslyn i f t'leoils eiinted by louiUMiirtls. At noon toilav a ren-rt , lea. lied this eity that a serious eloucl- 1 hurst Ima occurred ami bef re fnrih- er paitieulars could bp obtained the ivln from Muzuiua and Seven l'iv,i,.;hs weal ili.wn At this hour ij .i0 o'cloc-ki i:u!e defini e linfoimn ).: in i f.e bii:o: it of daiiiase can Ijo olnainod. Ii is believed that the 1 ra Jiuii ruining down the can- . , Vk T. k . "e awfty'i off. It was stated that a tre'mendous I body of water was coming down tl, 1 canyon, sweeping all before It Excusive Agency... ..For This Region.. Hannon and Florsheim PROFESSIONAL CAiiOS James W. Abbott MINING ENGINEER Pioche, Nevada F. R. McNAMEE Attorney and CounctMer At Law CAL1ENTE, NEVADA CHARLES LEE HORSEY Attorney and Councilor At Law PIOCINC NEVADA 1. S. Free E. J Tayloi FREE A TAYLOR Mines and Mining Mines Bought and Sold- Vrospeclu Developed. Suit Lake i-iiy of i'l . 331 D. P. Walker 1SI k. Ne vada office, ThompKon Illicit PIOCHE, - .... M.JVAO, GEORGE DOKOTH. Tonsorial Artlit No better plate in the city for a HAIR CUT, SHAVE, or BATH. Come and have one with us OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY c!T PIOCHE, NEVA I) FRATERNAL "SOClE i IE8 ,, PIOCHE LODCE NO. 23 "jPfg- X. O.'O. P. Meets even Tuesday Evenliifi at elab o'clock. I. O. O. P. Buildlnii, Mai' street. Visiting brothers are iuvlteil W. E. Bailey, Noble (J rand; A. A Jurnian, Secretary. MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. ?H Pioche, Nevada. Meets) every Thur.i day at 7:30 o'clock P. M., 1. O. O It Hall. All visiting brothers and i tns cordially invited. Mrs. John V. Roeder, Noble (Jraud; Mrs. Eehe Middleton, Secretary. JK st. John lodgp no. i i V F. & A. M. MeoU at Maior ''Vr v lc Hnll, I.acour street, on tli 2nd Monday of every month at elgh' Velock P. M. ,C. A. Thompson W. M Inhn II. Deck, Secretary. CHURCH DIRECTORY. V. P. S. E. Meets at Union Sun day School lUiilding every Sun Iny evening at 7:30 o'clock. Every body invited. PIOCHE INION SUNDAY SCHOOL .Meets every Sunday morning a 10:30 o'clock. Everybody Invited b these meetings. - NEVADA EQUAL FRANCHISE SO ciety, Pioche Branch, meets every Thursday afternooji at 2 o'clock at Union Sunday School building. MRS. ALEX. ORR, Pros. MRS. C. A. THOMPSON, Secretary. "u 1 " -v i i;i i.oeal agent to iKe charge of subscription work for 1 v State, illustrated u:agazlno, The New West Man or woman. Cood . 'i ius to right p::r:y. Addn ss Ni v. .Vest Magazine. Re 10, Nev. SHOE REPAIRING N'i.'k Bade, bIhh maker, is now locatml In the J. n. l'.rown build- isis on I.acour sireet. Harness mend ing also. I.at nip lit shortly after midnight, a h avy flood of water came down to Seven Troughs canyon and the panic i rtricken survivors of the recent flood ; v.'hlch d.rept away the town of Ma aunia fled for the hillsides in their tiilRlil) clothes and bavefcoted. The i wa'l of water v.os five feet In height and took part cf the cja:!li1o mil of t& Coalition. Mlniim Coiurar.v wkh it Tuy people of Seven Troughs are bordering on hysteria and are leaving - - Ca.Itng cards , tne Record 0,fice for sale. ! ES 9MMHBHBIVBKI 1F1 easimgFocesg a We do nof cry "Sale," "Down with Prices." but II wish to tell the public in frank, straightforward g language that we are prepared to sell gocds as B a cheap or cheaper than any one doing business. J g OPPORTUNITIES WORTH NOTING u . . . a Portland Cement, Rock Salt - Candles - HTI H These are not cut prices a ta m 9 we are selling at these prices all the time. fi CAR IDAHO WHITE OATS. CAR GIANT POWDER received this week jj See our large stock. 13 ua with a visit. Obstacles kia : l S prices removed. S3 m m S3 m odffes-Cook 4 Mercantile Co 31 IlllllIEIBBIBHHIHCIBIIiaiUIHHIiiuS a&BlBHIMBBIMBBBg, A I ' AY3 ON THE JOB Selling CANDIES, CIGARS and STATIONERY. j CARMAN gj Al THE POST OFFICE H KBBBBBBBBBBEBBBKBSBI i-:itiiiia-:ia::ja".r4 THE COURT! I EXCHANGE I lie 1 Inc ut of W I N E 8 l i tj i: o k s ami C I (1 A K S l-J.-G. Bron g3fleBI3ISBBBB9BBBBBal!i!5BBflBBBESjiCBfllB "The Fly Season Always creates a demand for creen And we have them in all sizes. 5 liwe also have in for making window screens. a g The price will be made to suit. GiveS gas your order now. S 1 1. BEBBBBBESISaaiSE&IZBS1SXBBiaaaEHflBIBflBflBB NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Patent. Survey No. 3'j20. United State Land Office, Carson City, Nevada, July 25, 1912. Notice Is herei1. y given, that Ceo. M. Latimer, X.vs. Ceo. M. Latimer and Klmer M. Bray, through their authorized agent and attorney-iu-faet.K. R. McNameK, whose postof.it.' .uid res Is, Calieme, Lincoln county, Nevada, has made application for Ci.l ed State l atent for the Miu lett & Hays No. 1 lode mining claim, a'.tt ate In the Atlanta (uuorgan i d) Xlinlug Dls.rlct, Cotinty of Liu oln, Stata of Nevada, being Sur rey No. 3920 and described In the ;;e!d notes and plat on file in this office, with magnetic variation at 17 deg. 10 niin. east, as follows: Commencing at Corner No. 1, whence U. S. M. M. No. 1 Silver Park Mining . $1.25 per sack g $15.00 per ton. $4.00 per box 8 for a week or ten days, but Obligations to buy never come to buy in the. shape of high fi B a a HH IIH till I Pioche Meat I j Cuiiiiianj' j a Beaf Veal Pork Mutton I j Ham Bacon and Sausage I Fresh Rarch Eggs Vegetables and Fruit 11 COAIL for everybody INTER-MOUNTAIN COAL COMPANY D. P. SULLIVAN, Agtnt. Boors stock the material District bear S. 81 deg. 44 win VV. 9S1S.2 feet Thence S. "2 deg. 50 min. E. 525.8 fei t to Cor. No. 2. Thence S. S deg. 03 min. V. 1130.5 feet to Ccr. No. 3. Thence N. "3 degrees 50 minute W. 541.0 feet .ten Ccrnor Number 4. Theace N. 5 deg. 48 min. 30 sec'. E. 1127.4 ft. to Cor. No. I the place cf beginning. This c aim ts located ia unsurveyed Township 6 N. R. 63 E. M. D. M., containing an area ct 13.535 acres. This claim Is adjoined by the Belle lode, Sur. No. 3315, on the North as shown by the plat cf survey. I direct that this notice be publish ed in The Pioche Record at Plocbe, Nevada, for a period of sixty day. LOUIS J. COHN, Receiver. First pub. 8-3; last, 10-5.