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Pioche Local News
The Record has mine pay rolls for
salf.
Home Run Copper
The Home Run Copper company
imn-kep-d two ears of ore during ths
week.
Miss Mary Ann Pike has ri turned
from California.
Ainslee Campbell departed yester
day for Ely where he has accepted
a lucrative position in one of the
county oft ices.
Mr. and Mrs.
'ticned imo tin
Btrtjt't.
1). J. Ri'iinow
lr home on I
have
,a:'Our
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Mi, and Mrs. Maurice fiowliiiMJ
have returned from D lta, I'ltih.
Kd. V.
IllK the I
Froiidenthal returned
ci k, Iroin New York.
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.Mr. and Mi's. II. F. Widdioimbc
tinned yesterday from Salt Lake.
Mrs. 11. Thompson, of Salt I.ak .
is HpendiiiK the holidays with h r
suns, Frank P. and ('. A. Thompson.
You Can't Sleep
l iilil after Midnifthl. So yon milil
lis well dance at Thompson's hall
Nijw Year's eve. Advl.
Dr. H. S. Ihirnhani
city Tucsilay.
returned to the
EFFECTIVE
PARCELS POST LAW
JAN. FIRST
J tin ft dealins between producci'
and consumer w ill be possible win n
tho new ipm-eels post law hook 1nlo
effect in January, according to reu
fit ions which have been reieived by
postmasters all ov r Nov;id;i.
Anoth.-i y. ar the Tluinksnlvins or
I'hrHtmas turkey might In- mailed
from ranch to city home, provide).
.lie is ilresP' il find weighed under II
pounds and was pi'opi rly packed.
The regulation parcels post stamps
must be used and each p.tiekiigo must
have the return a Ulress of tin send
upon it preceded by the word;
'"r-'fMiii." It is expected that maps
allowing 'the parcels post zones will
be received within a few days. Only
a fi-wi copies of the parcels post tcr
u'.a' ions have reached the slate.
A parcels post pac k'age may be in
Eur. d for Its value, up to fifty dollars
by buying a ten cent parcels post
mfnnip extra, but by reason of this
O'l malice registry of, parcels posf
pa kan'is will not be permitted.
Perishable iutlclis may be soul
Uii'nmh the mails, but only untie.,
t-) n i 'ttie 'restrict inns as to their con
tainers anil too dislauce they are to
be suit. Ilnuer. lard, fish. fresh
tni'tits. eres'ed fowls, vi lietuhles, hei
li'M, rii t- and similar iirt i' '. a uY .
f( ijulckly decay may be sent f.)V
short'' distances when securely
packed.
Errs will be accepted for local de
livery when pa'cked propi rly in a con
Lij'u.r and for Hity distance when
f li i KK is Koparatoly packed in a
pc.tVrtly secure manner.
No r tdriction is placi d on the mail j
ini; of sailed, dried, smoked or cured
iiieiits, but f -esh meals will be trans
p r e,l o My within the first zone.
Fragile ailtcle, ii. -hiding millinery,'
toys, musiiil iusiriiments nirl nviic'les
of fbtss in whole or In part, must hi
si'i iii e'y p;icld and marked "Vrw-
;((
lAmides thai tutiy not be sent by
parcels p. ist include intoxicating lti
io'r of all kinds, poisons; pojsonnit?
animals, impels or r. t i l s; evp! s!v
if every kind. i,ir' ammsible ar i 1 i..
iuiludiuK uiaichi'S.iufi'iual imie'hiiies;
pislds or revolvers; obscure, defama
tory or scurillous matter now prohib
ited by law; live or (had atiim-i's.
birds or live poultry, or uiiylhioe, hiiv
inK a laid ordor.
Hooks and printed mailer may not
forwarded at' parcels post rales,
but only at the pound rates of third;
class mutter.
$130 Reward, $103
Tlio readers of this paper will he
pleased to I, urn that tiler.- la at lea.st 01,0
tlreuut d disease ttmt science has been
able to cure in nil l:s sluKes. and Unit is
1'ntiirrh. llall'x CutulTii Cure Is the only
poaluvo euro now known to the medical
lrrttornity. Catarrh lieiiiK n constltuU..iml
UliieuHe, r.'.iuli.-a a coiistttultenal tr.-.u-nient
Hail's Catarrh Cure U lalu-n tn
tern.'illy, nclinh? directly upon the ttlnt.-t
end un:.:oua surfuetn of the uvstom. t h- re
oy diatroyinff the foundath)!! of ttie dis
ease, and stvinx ttie patient strength by
building up the constitution Rnd ussInIIu?
nutare in dolus" 1 1 work. Tlic proprtctoi H
tmve so much faith In Its curative pow
ers thnt tht'j' offi-r One Hundred IMPur
tir uuy cumo that it falls tu cure. lid
Jur Ut of testimonials.
Adjics 1' t c HKNI.V CO , Tolf.lo, (1I1I.1.
-1.1 l.v all liruKirilH,
lakd Uail'j auuly tUU for con.4tipalion.
is not a large bum. But with that
amount of money you can get The
Pioche Becord sent to you for one
year and also become the owner of
one of those 31-piece Dinner Sets.
Go to any of the retail stores and
these dishes will cost you twice $5,
or $10.00. Therefore you are sav
ing $7.50 and getting The. Recoru
for one year, on the transaction.
There never was such an opportu
nity offered in Lincoln county be
fore to obttain first class China
war, e We invite you to esme In
and sf e three dishes. They are gc
ing fast and you will have to hur
ry.
About the 7-piece Berry Sets, you
can get The Record and one of
these beautiful sets for
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I'ANACA, Kev., Hoc. i!l Mrs. t'"l
iisiiuclor id' the lalic.iln couuiy Nor
mal. Miss Hulh Mary deisslci', o.
tint faculty el' the Lincoln counl
IliKh ISclnml mid Miss Krotis', oi
he criitnuiar srlv ml facility will rep
icsen! t.iu- I' ; 1 f - f t i 1 1 ro.ee of the
schools of I'ami.i a at the sliile . ach-
e j' iUHtit lite at Hello. School In
.UiH In proures:4 in the r ...uus of Mr
Morris and Mvs. .MuilllV.
The ol'ficeHa of Iho local Sunday
school and Mutual Improvement as
sociations are acting as a joint com
,ni'3:ee ot 0111 line and supi rvise the
lolid.iy amiis ito'iiis rjor Paiiacn. Ite
.iiirls cf ibis i'i-imtniilee show an en
tMic iiil''.'st in the mutter and
heir interest In and c' nisi letal Ion for
ill class: s n( the people of the town
entitles file in to hearty support of
:heh' coal il uellts.
Ni notialions for an up-to-date
eanYCwoiHli rioor f ir the Social hall
ire on f'.ot by the hall committee,
and til Vi" move In this direction
voiies the siutiiueut .if the dancers
I unit procj-. s-dve cifzens. 11 will
make for public improvement and
should be susiaim d by the lown pro
L,Vssi es ar l hoesti rs.
The. f u nity of the public school
v iil be au,;inen(ed by the addition' of
aaotliir teacle'i- lor the tilth nnd the
sixi.ii !;iaii s, boKiniiiK with the new
year.
Material fo'i the substantial and at'
i.ictlvtt feiic lor the public siiiiir
s now on Iho uround and the north
.-ide -if ih fence his be 11 erected.
Tlic inns i' i p irtiuent of 111.' pub
1' s. le. el ,.'i;iiiises the patents thu
pleasure of wile-ssilo; their children
pivynrin in a ranlntli which will be
presented early lu the new yeaT.
I .life Waihiworlh, Kltner HolliiiKs
liead and I'orter l.ee spent Christ 11ms
III St. (1. Ol'Re.
lr. aed Mrs. Kll JOd wards spent
Chrislnias in Sa t Lake.
Miss h t'eiisi' hss 'rel iirm d from her
ii'i; ot I'.eno.
M" and Alls. Kd. Smiley spent
n -veral days in I'aitaeti on tiieir way
ir on the Comet mine to Salt Lake.
l-'red I.oihUiio was the iruost of .loe
t;oniniiv,.lr., duiinn the holidays.
Messis. Sp. in er and llol.lawny, oi
I'ri.vo. have been in town on a busi
ness 1, ip.
Chi'ie.i man was observe ! by a meet-
'11m 111 the hall 111 tin forenoon; n
children's dance In the afternoon and
bailee for .isrowu people in the eve
ninir. A swap parly was Riven at the hall
on Thursday evi niiiK.
l.awreine and lien Wadsworth er
tttrued from Itristol on Tuesday.
lb', and Mrs HtM'kivorth came dow
from IMoche Sunday in their new,
automobile.
Jlr. Smith came up from t'alienti"
'.liirliiK the week to look after the
different cases of scarlet fever, most
if which have recovered.
K. II. Suvd. r nf Pioche came down
Monday oa ua assaying trip.
if B ft?
We Wi$h You All
A Happy and
Prosperous
New Year
THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE
E. Kahn, Proprietor, Pioche Nevada
A beautiful little daughter was
jjorn) Tijsday l Air and Airs. MwJ
Mr. and Mrs. Menry Lee enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. .loe Honuow and
,lr. and Mrs. Itedl'ord at lier honift
m ciii istnias day. j
?'- J- c- Oarsoti spent. 1
iiAsimas in i-anaca.
lf 'tuV Leo and Joe Hoiuiow, Jr., I
went ant into tlic luouiilains alter a,
inn ? it of cattle. I
Wash Mdwards spent Christinas at !
Illnhliintls. Kilmer K lwtirds spent
('h,'islmas in l'ioclio.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Macltride are spend-
I'nlK' i holfidays with Miw. Alac I
llride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Mathews. '
.1 rs. Mundy and little son left ou j
Sat 111 .lay to spend Christmas wllh 1
,'rieiuls I'urlhei' south. j
' The miViitiMi.il" school pupils of the
lxlh, seventh and eighth gradeB
uivc formed a (iiee i-liih, and intend
to give uiusieiil proKi'iuns at ilitfiuviit
limcH diiiint; the yvu.r.
PAY, Ni l'
Dee. 21!, Kretl .lensi n
icr, t lei., mc, who is
spent Christ mas day
Mrs. Newell.
and his hut
ftiiitiiui him,
With ill', and
Lillian Doll departed Monday lot;
'Los Anaeli s to spend her holiday
vacation.
.1. V. Lane, who has been doing his
assessment work in his mining prop
erty, has gone to Salt Laki to spend
the winter.
'Iverst llackit lifts yono to St..
(reoi',i; for a week's visit Willi
friends.
Willis Plants spent Xmas at Knter
prise. Si i lt-)H Diitnron made a buslnes!-,
trip to KukIc valley last week.
jl'Med Jloody, who spent the biiiii
iuetr here, departed for los Angeles
last Monday.
The) Del 111 ue brothers dirt the as-
smunt wark on their milling proper
ty hero last week.
Christinas passed off very nicely
here, each family had a tree for Iho
tittle ones which old San In loaded,
with presents.
New Year' Dance
'Ring out tho old year and lirinif
11 the iiew-at Thompson's hall on
New Year's eve. (J uackenbiisli mf
chest r.
Advt,
Location Notices and I'loofs if
liibor for sale at the Record office.
Dan I'.radley went to Calieale ;in
Chiis(as day. lie will hrinj! his
family t) I'ioehe in the nca.' futiire.
1 - t'.-, V
Popitdar Mechanics
"wnrrriN 1.0 vou can uoocNsrANo n"
A GKF.AT Continue J Story of the
4r World' Piopt.-ii. wiiich you
may bcfTin n adin. at nny time, and
which will hoid your interest forever.
2S0 PAGES IkCH MONTH 300 PICTUht'S
MO AP.TICU3 CF GENERAL IKTERFST
The "Shop Not Dooartmtnt (;?0 imircs)
riv. :i c:isy va.i e d. uua;..--hu.v to nuke
Uaeiul articled lor h,n:ie and shop, repainj, eic.
"Amnteur MecS.imc" (10 iwesl tells how to
make Mi;si-.v. iuna.are. wirol. sou;li'.., Insats.
cniTin...-, mK'. oaii uh tho ttiinita a hoy loves.
$1.50 KEM T"R. SINGLE COPIES 15 CENTS
Ask yctir newsdealer, or
WRITE l",H TRCX ftAMPLR COPY TOOA-f
POl'l lVU RIIX'HAXK'S CO.
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PIOCHE, NEVADA
Sampling, Assaying; and Ar.-
;iysi.s 0f Ores, Surveying
anfj Uraltino;
" uuy uic ill ctll VUH
titles, from the Sack up
"1IJGII GRADE" docs not
draw interest or pay for a
"Grulwtiike" if left on the
dump- Come and see us
FOR TERMS
E. II. SNYDHR.
Mining' EniMneer
.1. KMPfiY,
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Mining Contractor
Succ (ssora to C. D. MarriaKo
IBANK oj I
IPIOCHE, I
i InccrpoHifecl.
3 docs al
I general!
I banking
I business
I ii tc rest paid n
1 Time Deposits
: M. L. LEE, Cashier I
FRATERNAL SOCIEHES
riOCHE I.OLMIE NO. i
I. O. O. F. Meets even
o'clock
o ciock. i. u. t). U'. llulldiiig, Mai i
street Visiting brothers are iuvltcd
W. E. Bailey, Noble Urand; A. A.
Cnrnoiii W. I i t''
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MIRIAM KEIIEKAH LODUE NO. ii.
f'iuche, Nevada. Meeta every Thur.i
day at T:i0 o'clock V. M., 1. O. O F
Hall. All visiting brothers and sis
t'ls cordially invited. Mrs. John
F. Uoeder, Noble Cvand; .Mrs. E'he.
Middleton, Secretary.
f ST. JOHN LODUP NO. II
ifF. & A. M. Meets at Ma-or
f le Hull, Ijirour street, on th
Jud Monday of every month at elgh'
.o'clock I'. M L. II. licasoii V. Al.'
John H. Dock, Secretary.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
CHARLES LEE HORSEY
Attorney and Councellor
At Law
riOCHVS NEVADA
J. S. Free
FREE
Mines
Mluea liought
Developed.
331 U. F.
E. Tayloi
A TAYLOR
and Mining
and Sold I'rospeel
Salt Lake cily olil.rf
Walker lllotk. Nev
vada office,
PIOCHE,
Thompson Dlock
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Dealers
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Mine
Supplies ard Etc.
s Main Street, Pioche, Nevada s
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GEORGE DOROTHY
Toneorlal Artist
No better place lu the city
tor a HAIR CUT. SHAVE,
or BATH. Come and have
one with us
OPPOSITE MEADOW VALLEY ST
PIOCHE. NEVA!)'
Where Memory Falls.
A woman never forgets her birth
day, but she is seldom able to remem
ber how many she's had.
And Neither Mean Anything.
A woman is always fond of talking
about what she would do If she were
a man. while a man contents himself
about talking about what be wouldn't
do It he were a woman.
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Next Door to the Court Houie
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Bank
Exchange
A II lull Clans Kesort
Where courteous treat
ment is shown to all.
GEORGE REED.
Proprietor
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