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Pioche Local INews
The Record has mine pay rolls for
salt
Homo Run Copper
The Home Run Copper company
mWketoed two cars of ore during the
week.
Miss Mary Ann Prtce has returned
from California.
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Alnslee Campbell departed yester
day for Ely where he has acfceptjed
a.' lucrative DOsltion In one of the
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county offices.
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, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ronnow have
nvipil into tlielr home on Lacour
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t 'Mri and Mrs. Maurice Bowlinsj
have returned from Delta, Utah.
Ed. P. Freudenthal returned dur
ing the week, from New York.
Mr and Mrs. H. P. Widdlcombe re
turned yesterday from Salt Lake. ,
Mrs. M. Thompson, of Salt Lakt
Is sDendinx the holidays with her
sons, Frank P. and C. A. Thompson
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You Can't 8leep
Until after Midnight. So you might
as well dance at Thompson's hall
Njw Year's eve. ' Advt.
Dr. S. S. Burnham returned to tho
city Tuesday.
EFFECTIVE JAN. FIRST
PARCELS POST LAW
Direct, dealing between producer
and consumer will be possible when
the new parcels pout law goes Into
effect in January, according to regu
rations which have been received, by
postmasters all pvtr Nevada.
(Another yar the Thanksgiving or
Christmas turkey might be mailed
from ranch to city home, provided
he Is dressed fend weighed under IV
pounds and wag properly packed.,
The regulation parcels post stamps
must be used and each package must
have the return address of the send
tl upon It proceeded by the worth
"F'fjom." It Is expected that maps
allowing 'the parcels post zones wjll
be received within a few days. Only
a few; copies of the parcels post reg
u'.atlons have reached the state.
A parcels post package may be In
suivd for its value, up to fifty dollars
by buying a ten cent parcels post
uftimp extra, but by reason of this
Ouurance registry of, parcels posf.
packages will not' be permitted.
Perishable: Articles may be sent
thijjugh the malls, but only undei
epte'ific restrictions as to their pon
taincro and t'he distance they are to
be soit. Butter, lard, fish, fresh
incatn, uressed fowls, vegetables, ber
rviH, ml" and similar artteLs itkulj
Jl quickly decay may be sent for
short' distances when securely
packed.
Eggs will be accepted for local de
livery when pafeked properly in a con
tni'iKr and for any distance when
Vficb egg Is separately packed in a
perfectly secure manner.
No rstrlctlon is placed on the mall
Ing of salted, dried, smoked or cured
meats, but fresh meats' will be trans
pcr'ed oaly within the first sone.
Fragile article, including millinery,
toys, musical Instruments and articles
of glass in whole or in part, must bo
securely packed and marked "Fra-
'Arjiicies that may not be sent by
parcels post Include intoxicating llq
ws of all kinds, poisons,! poisonou?
auimals.insects or reptiles; expkpiVvS
of every kind, inf.ammnble aniens,
lnfcluding matches.lnfernal machines;,
pistols or revolvers; obscure, defama
tory or scurlllous matter now prohib
ited by law; llveior dead anima's.-c.
birds or live poultry, or anything hav
ing a bad ordor.
Books and printed matter may not
tfe) forwarded at' parcels post rates,
but only at the pound rates of thirdj
class matter.
S1C3 Reward, $1C3
The readers of this - papr will be
S teased to learn that there la at leat one
readed dtaeaso that science has been
able to cure In all Iti itatti, .mad that la
Catarrh. Hairs Catarrh Cure la tha only
eoaltlve cure bow known to tha Bnedloa.1
fraternity. Catarrh being constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment Hail's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting- directly upon tha blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, tb&re
jy destroying tha foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient etreorth ay
building up the constitution and aastlnf
natureln doing- IU work. The proprtaterf
Lava so much flth In its cursive Don
ers that thay ofrer Qna Hundred
(or any case that It falia to euro, twad
tor list of teeM"Je. ' '
Addreas F. if CO., TaUdO, Oalo,
frold by Iilsts, n. :
aas Hall's ifaiuii J-iila tot constlpaUon.
amount of money you can get The
Pioche Record tent to you for one
year and also become the owner of
one of those 31-plsce Dinner Sets.
Go to any of the retail stores and
these dishes will cost you twice $5,
or 116-00. Therefore vou are sav
in 17.50 Md getting The Record
for one year, an the transaction.
There never was such en opportU'
nltv offered In Lincoln county do-
fr. to, abttaln first class China-
war. we invite vou 10 cmo
and see thsee dishes. They are go
Ing fast and you will have to hur
About the 7-plece Berry 8ets, you
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a net Tn hkotq inu vnw v
these beautiful sets for
NEWS
PANACA, Nev., Dec. 24 Mrs. Cook
instructor of the Lincoln county Nor
mat. Miss Ruth Mary Geissler, ol
tha faculty of the Lincoln ' county
High School and Miss Krouse", of
the grammar school faculty will rep
resent- the teaching forte of the
schools of Panaica at the stkte leach
Institute at Reno. School is
stilt In progress, in the rooms of Mr
Morris and Mts. Mundy
The officers of the local Sunday
school and Mutual Improvement as
sociatlons are acting as a Joint com-.
raiWtee ot outline and supervise the
holiday amusements lor Panaca. Re
ports of this Committee show an en
jrgfctlc iott'iVst In the matter and
chelr Interest In and consideration for
All classes o the people of the town
entitles them to hearty support
their1 costituents.
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Negotiations for an up-to-date
hardWwoodi floor for the Social halt
are on foot by the hall committee,
and th;ir move In this direction
voices the sentiment of the dancers
and progressive "citizens. It wilf
make for public Improvement and
should be, sustained by the town pro
Missives and boosters
Thd faculty ot the public school
will be augmented by the addition, of
another teacher for the fifth and' the
slxt'h grades, beginlng with the new
year,
.lactiva fence for the public squarf
Is now on the ground and the, north
side of the fence has been erected
The muslj department of the pub
'1j schcol
promises the parents tho
pleasure of witnessing their children
peiffcrm. in a cantatk which will be
presented early in the new year,'
Lafe Wadsworth, Elmer Holllngs-
head and Porter Lee spent Christmas
In St. George.
. - rIr. and Mrs. Ell Edwards spent
Christmas in Sa't Lake.
Miss Krouse has returned from her
tri ot Reno.
V". and Mrs. Ed. Smiley spent
several days In Panaca on their way
from the Comet mine to Salt Lake.
Fred Londlne was the guest of Joe
Uonnow.Jr. during the holidays.
-Messrs. Spencer and Holdaway, of
Pfovo, have "been in town on, a busl-
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I Christmas was observed by a meet-
'ing in the nan in the forenoon; a
children's dance in the afternoon gnd
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'Oanea for grown people In tile ere
ning. A swap party was given at the hall
on Thursday evening.
Lawrence and Ben Wadsworth er
turned from Bristol on Tuesday. ,
Dr. and Mrs. Duckworth came dow
from Pioche Sunday in their new,
automobile.
IDr. Smith came up from Calientet
during the week to look after the
different cases of scarlet fever, most
of which have recovered.
B. H. Snydnr of Pioche came down
Monday on an assaying trip.
A Hafey and
Prosperous
New Year
THE LEADER CLOTHING STORE
E. Kahn, Proprietor, Pioche Nevada,
A beautiful little daughter was
fjjrorn Tiiday to Mr and Mrs. Mel
Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ronnow and
jlr. and Mrs. Redford at her home;
m Christmas day.
fir. and Mrs. J. C. Carson spent'
Chitatnias in Panaca.
'Ifienrfr Lee and Joe Ronnow, Jr.,
went out into the mountains after a
bui.fh of cattle.
Wash Edwards spent Christmas at
Highlands. Elmer Edwards spent
Christmas in Pioclie.
Mr. and Mrs, MacBrlde are spend-
i?te Vt) holidays with MM. Mac
Bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Mathews.
Irs. Mundy and little son' left on
Saturday to spend Christmas with
friends farther south
SThe grammar school pupiln of the
sixth, seventh and eighth grades
lavo formed a Glee club, and Intend
to give musical programs at differed
times during the year.
PAY, Nev., Dec. 2C, Fred Jensen
and. his bother, Hedge, who is
siting him, spent Christmas day
with Mr. and Mrs. Newell.
Lillian Doll departed Monday for,
Los Angeles to spend her holiday!
vacation.
J. V. Lane, who has been doing his
assessment work in his mining prop
erty, has gone to Salt Lake fo spVnd
the winter.
Everst Hackct lyUs gone to St.
GeorVj for a week's visit with.
friends.
Willis Plants spent Xmas at Enter
prise.
Siilton Damron made a business
trip to Eagle valley lant week.
JfMed Moody, who spent the, sum
mer here, departed for Lbs Angeles
last Monday.
Thej Delmue brothers did the as-
sment wark on their mining proper
ty here last week.
Christmas passed off very nicely
here, each, family had a tree for the
f-.ittle ones which old Santa loaded
with presents.
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New Year's. Dance
King out the old year and bring
tn the new at Thompson's hall on
New Year's eve, Q uaekehbush ori
chestra. . AdVt.
Location Notices and Propfs of
Lhbor.for sale at the Record office.
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Dan Bradley went to Caltente on
Ch,Pistlas day. He will bring his
family to Pioche In the neat!' future.
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Pioche Assay
Office.
PIOCHE, NEVADA
Sampling, Assaying and An
alysis of Ores, Surveying
and Drafting
We buy Ore in all Quan
tities, from the Sack up
"HIGH GRADE" docs not
draw interest or pav for a
"Grubstake" if left on the
dump- Come and see us
FOR TERMS
E. H. SNYDER,
Mining Engineer
M. J. EMPEY,
Mining Contractor
Succ3ssors to E. C. D. Marriage
BANK oj
PIOCHE,
Inccrpoiated.
does
a
general
banking
business
Interest paid on i
Time Deposits
1 M. L. LEE, Cashierl
FRATERNAL SOCIE1IES
PIOCHE LODGE NO. 23
I. O. O. F. Meets ever
Tuesday Evpnintr at ..Int.
o'clock. I. O. O., F. Bulldiug, Mai i
street Visiting brothers are invited
VV. E. Bailey, Noble Grand; A. A.
Carman, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. M.
Pioche, Nevada. Meeta every Thun
day at 7:30 o'clock P. M., 1. O. O F
Hall. All vlslUng brothers and sir
iers coraiaily Invited. Mrs.
John
P'. Koedor, Noble Grand;
Middloton, Secrc-tary.
Mrs. E'.lie.
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vyr. & a.
Vlc Hall.
JOHN LODGE NO. 11
M. Meeu at Ma
IaCOUr fitrprt nn Ik
2nd Monday of every month at ii..
o'clock P. M., Ij. H. Beason W. M.'
John H. Dock Secretary.
PROFESSIONAL CAROS
CHARLES LEE HORSEY
Attorney and Councilor
At Law
PI0CE NEVADA
J. S. Free u.
FREE e TAYLOR
Tayloi
Mines and. Mining
Mines Bought and Sold-i'rospecU
Developed. Salt Lake city 0fflt-
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GEORGE DOROTHV
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No better place In the city
for 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 he wouldn't
do If he were a woman.
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WHILE IN PIOCHE.
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Where courteous treat-1
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GEORGE REEDl

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