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Published Er err Saturday by PIOCHE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Ttrms of Subscription One year, in advance $2.51 One year, if not In advance, .... a.U Six sssiiis. I" advance, ...... l.t fllx month. if not In advance, $1.7" Papers tent to foreign countries, a $3.60 per year; $1.75 ror six months; strictly in advance. Advertising rates on application. THE LEADING NEWSPAPER CM LINCOLN COUNTY Hunters In Harwthome The Wilson brothers, noted trap pers of East Walker river, came to town yesterday with 38 scalps. They lft for the Huntoon valley country where they will continue to pursuj the elusive ioyote. ' Reduce University Demands jThe board of regents of the uni reslty at Reno, instead of asking the legislature for an appropriation of f 222.000.- This includes a poultr) f? 30 000 this year, will ask fcr addition to the experiment farm and a new library. Pioche Meat Company F esh and Cured Meats Home Made Boglonas and Sausage ! Main St. Oysters and Fish in Season, Etc. j PIOCHE uary 20th, at noon, A. I)., 1913 go much of each parcel as wi e amount of taxes, delinquency and sts against it, will be sold by me, as County Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Receiver of said county cf Lin- Gamblers Indicted coin, at 12 o'clock m. of said day, at The eight men arrested for gam-1 the front door of the Court house, at Bntered In the Postofflce at Pioche. bling at Winnemucca have been in- Jie town of Pioche, la said county NeT.. as Second Class Mall Matter, dieted ty the grana jury n num boldt county. All legal advertisements will bt charged fcr at the rate of $2.00 pei square for the first insertion and 11.00 for each subsequent Insertion . ... ..nllnll - fill I V TWeie wiu ne n v. . the commissioners. ... ... i . - , ..k (nni Inn U't I . I rate, wo amuavii oi iiuumanuu ..... be made until the advettsement is Jully guaranteed or paid for. pointed county physician of White LEWIS H. SEASON, Editor 4. Mflr. 8TATE NEWS and' state, t3 satisfy such taxes, dc Unquency and cost3. Said -sales will be made subject to redemption Appointed County Physician nhin six months after sale, by pay- Dr. W. T. Gleason has been apJment of, all sums assessed against acn parcel, logeintr wiui uirte yr ent. interest per month thereon from iate of sale until paid, in aVorlance iCu thj provisions cf Section 6, of in Act ft the Legislature cf the State of Nevada, approved March 12, .885, page 117. Wm. E. ORR, County Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Receiver of Lincoln county. State Judge Orr to Retire Judrfe Orr announced from the bVnch In Reno on Saturday that he would retire from the bench with the beginning "of the year. He says he must have a Test and later will taktl, up private practice. C. L. Harwood, Albert Ayres and George 8. Green ar oil Nevada. GENERAL COUNTY Adams Bros. P. C. to 160 acres of .and and impts; about 3 miles V. of D. J. Alexander's ranch, tax $6.82; oenaltv 68c: adv.. $2.00; Total WU1CU ill v alio mad v v v .0 i di mri i uaa ucru oo uwu ivi wwcw I is to have elccti!c lights and power I Wells Is Coming On, Wells has formed a commercial 8a.Il to be candidates for the place. !ab and the Cazlers have received L pettmit to use the wattrg of Trout I Embezzlement is Charged titee'k for lifeiit and power purposes, warrant for larceny by embez Stewart, lately of the Shelly & Stew- 9"0. ft meat market Jn Tonopah. Shelly A Terrible, Rids was in Bishop with his family. He Garfield Bardmass and Herbert arralvVjl in Tonopah and says Stew- KjtbbeyW team got away fi'om them a.ijt, who has disappeared, drew all on Harrison pass summit and dashed the partnership money from the uwn; the grade. The four horses bank, collected all the bills he could were pulling a wagon loaa or. lumui-r ana then levanted. on top of which was a quantity or slant powder. The drivers Jumped, Sentenced for Life the! wagon turned over and still 1 James F, Graham, convicted of there was no explosion, although one I murder in the first degree with life1 Inprisonment as the penalty, was seatenced last week in Las Vegas. .Ie killed a man named Feliz with an Iron bar. Sheriff Gay took him to the penitentiary at Catson last Thurs day. cf the boxes of powder was gihund to a pulp. The men. were PBuisedi, One of the horses had to be, shot. , , Reno to Be Land Center The. Southern Pacific company is about, to establish an office for tho sarc of its Nevada lands at Reno, C, One Way. Mrs. Benhara "Here is an article E. Wantland, Southern Pacific agent telling how to add ten years to one's says.) Resigns From tht Po toffies Alias MaJ E. Langwith has rfj turned as postmistress at Golconda, bJlhoughf her term would not nave etolred for two yeas yet. Her successor as postmaster Is Eugene L. , Dutertre. Miss Langwith is going to -Ukc a-rest in California. "ife." Benham "You can do it by .elllug your right age." NOTICE OF TAXES DELINQUENT Notice Is hereby given, to whom 1 :oncern, and to the followint lamed persons, corporations, and a" wners or claimants to the followinj lescrlb'd Teal or personal property. You are hereby notified that the Axes fcr state and county purpose .'or the year A. D. 1912, assesssei Donohue, Mrs. E. A. P. C. to 160 icres of land on appl. 1.8778. being V E. Yt of sec. 14, T. 2 N. R. 58; P,, C. to 160 acres cf land on appl 8779, being S. K. of Ii. T 1 N. R 58: P. C. to 160 acres of and on appl. 187S0, bing N. W. tt-. '13. T. 2. N. R. 58; P. C. to i0 acres of land on appl. 18781, be ng N. of S. E. of sec. 13. T 2 N., R. 58. Ttx $17.03; penalty ;i.70; adv., $2.00. Total $20.75. pay Day Silver Mining Co. P. C .laim to lot and lmpts. in Royal City inown )is Pay Day vjffiie; P. C. to ;laim aud improvementss on Pay Daj nine. Tax $15.50; penally $1.55 dv. $2.C0. Total $19.03 PIOCHE Blythe, John A. F. S. title to lot i( Pioche, lot 42. block 23, tax $1 tl: perlalty 13c; adv$2.00. Total 13.40 Churlch, Mark F. S. title to lot a Pioche, being lots 20 and 21, In 'olock 27, tax $9.60; penalty 97c dv. $2.00. Total $12.57. Evans. J. B. H. V. S. tlfc. to lots n Pioche, being lots 7 and 8, in bloc ;.", tax ?.li; penalty 71c; adv. $2. )0. Total $9.85. Hull, Level F. S. title to lots in ?ioch?, being lot3 13, 15, 16 and 17 n block 36, tax $6.12; penalty 61c; dv. $2.00. Total $8.73. Hoyt, Edwin II. F. S. title tc f A Local Mi an or Wt oman Accldently Killed The (body of Mox'rls Manha form erty of Yerington, was found on the igalnst the following described prop banks cf the Walker river nea! Fal jrty is now delinquent and that tei f-m, :ist week It is presumed that eii cent, penalty together with the i0t:( In Pioche, being lo?s 1, 2, 3, .f hw was accldently killed with his cost fo advertising has been added r. 6, 62, 63 and 64, In block 23, tax ofwn rifle, for he had a Wad wound iu hereto: 545.90; penalty $4.60; adv. J2.00. To- kls right IchesL The body was sent DESCRIPTION $52.50. to Yerington for, burial. Posssory claim to iw acres oi ana ana improvements, in wamp v Driven Out to Dia ey. auaut one mile ana one-nan oi Dav Cniarord suffering from mile north east of Donohue s rancii pneumonia, was driven out of the Lindsay. Andy F. S. title ' to lot tnd im prove tnents in Pioche, beln? :ot 1 in block 22, tax $5.10; penalty" 31c: adv. $2.00; pell tax $3.00. Total amp of his fallow Shoshones neaj Sparks, last, Tuesday night in all the cold and died next day. P. C. to 60 acres of land known as I $10.61 Vlcxander Ranch. toVCormaok, Thomas F. S. title to P. C. to 10 acres of land Including I lots in Pioche, being lots 56, 57 and PAHRANAGAT VALLEY Edwards. W. H. F. S. title to lot a,nd impts. at Alamo, tax $1.53; pen alty 15c; adv $2.00. Total $3.70. DEERLODGE Bull Hill Nevada Go'd Mg. Co. . C. to impts. at Fay, tax $3.41; enalty 34c; adv. $2.00. total o.(j. Jensen, Fred P. C. to lot and im. ii Main sL n Fay, tax $171; pe- ity 17c; adv. $2.00; poll tax $3.00. Total $6.8S. Moyer. A. B. P, C. to Kit and Im. atj Fay . known , as Norris place, tai 14.65; penalty 46c; adv. $2.00. Total 7.H. CLOVER VALLEY VlaiT; Wm. P. C. to lo'acrrg of and at Beaver dam wash, about ten arilesJ east cf Clover Valley, tax 2 79; penalty 28c; adv. $200. Total Crosby 'and Hansen P. C. to lot and lmpts. in Clover Valley, joining L. L. Woods on tho E.; P. C. to lot formerly property of O. E. Hamblin; C. to 14 acres of land adjoining L. Wocds on the W.; 3,000 head ,f sheep, tax $288.23; pena'ty $28.- S2; adv. $2.00; poll tax $3.00. Total 322.05. Stewart, Monroe J.i P. C. to 40 acress of land and lmpts., at Acoma, In sec 3, Tj 4 S. R. 70 E., tax $6.51 .Knallty 63c; adv. $2.00. Total $9.16. CALIENTE, TOWN Denton, L. W. Lot and impts. on Main St., lot 24, b'ock B., tax $1.53; enalty 13c; adv. $2.00. Total $3.68. Dtoiton. Mrs. W. A. Impts. tax J15.88; penalty $1.59; adv. $2.00; poll tax $3.00, Total $22.47. Hall, Nina Lot on Danton Heights, ax $2.18; penalty 22c; adv. $2.00; tWal $4.40. STATE OF NEVADA SS. COUNTY OF LINCOLN I, William E. Orr, the duly elected qualified and acting County Treasur ar and Ex-Officio Tax Receiver in an for Lincoln county, state- of, Nevada, Jo hereby certify that the foregoing Is a full true and correct delinquent iist of all proprety for the year A. D. 1912 on which the amount of taxes, Mclus'Ve of poll tax and costs does Vt exceed the sum of Three Hun dred Dollars. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand this 11th day jfl December A. D. 1912. . Wm. E. ORR, County Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Receiver Lincoln County, State of Nevada. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Spelling tablets, scratch pads, ex amlnation paper, composition bo:ks and other schcol supplies can be obtained at The Record office 4. new sto,ck just arrived. THE PRICE HOUSE The reliable place to stop while you are in Pioche. Meal3 served li :onnection. " THE PRICE HOUSE SHOE REPAIRING is desired right now to represent The PICTORIAL REVIEW in this 'erritory to call on those whose subscriptions -are about to expire. Big money for the right person representatives in some other dis tricts make over $500.00 a month. Spare time workers are liberal ly paid for what they do. Any yinzr, taking cp this position bej comes the direct local representative of the publisher. Write to day for this offer of PICTORIAL REVIEW 222 West 29th Street New York City J Samuel Nesbitt, should not be grant- to the highest bidder for cash, in law ed an oitler fcr the sale of the cer- ful money of the United States. (na Real Estate belonging to said minors which Is described in the pe tJEtion of said Ceorge W. Nesbitt, praying for an order authorizing him to sell same, whch said petition was filed in this Court on the 19th da;.J of December. A. D. 1912. W1TTNESS the Honorable E. J. L. Taberj judge of the said Fourth Ju- Kcial District Court of the state of Nevada, in and for the county of Lin jcoln, with the seal of said Court af fixed this, the 19th diy of December, A. D. 1912. E. J. L. TABER, : Judge. Attest: C. W. GARRISON, Clerk. First publication, Dec 21; last pub lication, Jan. 4. Pioche, 1912. ,IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln. . ,tn the Matter cf the Estate ofj Henry Welland, deceased. Notice to CreditoTs Nevada, December 24th, JAKE JOHNSON. Sheriff. By DAN J. RONNOW. ' Deputy. Official Election Canvass The recent official "canvas of the) state vote at Carson City gives: Wilson, 7,986. Roosevelt, 5,620. Debs, 3,313. Taft, 3,196. Key Pittman was elected United States senator by 89 votes over W. A. Massey. E. E. Roberts defeated Clay TaH man by 69 votes for congressman. FIGHTING TO KEEP MINT AT CARSON That the Nevada senators have not gven up the. fight for the retention of the Carson City mint is shown by the! following telegram from Wash Notice is hereby given" that on i inton announfcing the action that is the 20th day cf December. 1912. Mary ,UeIng taken by Benators Nqwlands Welland was duly appointed by sail dourt Administratrix of the Estate, of Henry Welland, dceeased, and thstft on said 20th day of December; 1912, she duly qualified in said court as silch Administratrix. All persons having claims against; said deceased, are required to file same with the Clerk of paid Court with the paper, vouch ers a-d statutory a'f davits attached, Off for Wa,r Sixty Greeks left Ely on last Mon day in a spJbiM car) for New York fje they will sail flpr Europe to figTit the Turks. This In tfhe third party to leave the smleter camp. Goes to California Dr. J. E. Toogood, for the past two springs kneiwn as Rosetti and Esya Is. P C. to corrals and etc, near Miller springs north of Miller .canyon. 5,000 head of sheep. . Original tax, $454.24; penalty $45.- 12; advertising $2.00. Total $501.66. And you are hereby further notlfiec ;hat a copy of the foregoing dclln- 'luent list has been filed with the listrlct attonrey of Lincoln county, 38 in block 21, tax $16.83; penalty ?l.G8; adv. $2.00. Total $20.fl. Salmon, Relia F. S. title to lot n Pioche, being lot 43, block 37, tax 55.10; penalty 51c; adv. $2.00. Total r.ei. PIOCHE SCHOOL DISTRICT Ca'ifcrnla Piocho Con. Mining Co. C. tJ Improvements consisting of v 40 h. p. hoist, gallows frame, etc, tax $46.00; penalty $4.60; adv. $2.00 ! . L. vtfera county nhyslclan and heal til htate of Nevada, and that unices the I. ' ' .fleer of Storey county, will lev delinquent taxes herein specified are Chicago Nevada Mg. Co.-lmprovts Vi.?ilnla City soon arte the first ot M . consisting of a whim and cover, tax the year and will locate in California, m'v ... j2.30; penalty 23c; adv. $2.00.Total probably at Oakland. JBS 1,u,u luo " j4.63 tlce, together with the penalty and . i tt i'l . V li -..111 1 Gives Uo Federal Job u,,l ol uveruiug, hchoh win up Royal F. Mathtas, former supers commenced .by the district or prose Pioche Demijohn Mg. Co. P. tj to Improvements on Demijohn mine, consisting of gasoline heist and bui'd ivhbr of the Nevada national forest "eutln - tor the collection of Ux $MM. penaMy $5 S8; ady and more recently stationed on th Salmon forest in Idaho, is expected to return to Ely wiahin a few days ancf will engage in business, tail taxes and ccsts. CHAS. CULVERWELL, County Auditor of Lincoln County, Nevada. NOTICE OF TAX SALE Ely Boy Killed in North the. third son of Senator and Mrs) Wl O. Gallagher, of Ely. was killed in a snow slide at, Copper mountain,! 130 miles tcbm Cordova, Alaska, Sunday, December 8, For some un- Dolinquent List of Property for the Yerr 1912, First Installment, Lin coln, County, State, of Nevada. $2.00. Total $61.40 PANACA SCHOOL DISTRICT Mathews, Chas. F. S. title to N of lot and impt. in Parana, being lot 4, in block 16, tax $3 51; penalty 35c; adv. $2.00; poll tax$3.00. Total $8.86. DELAMAR. TOWN Bond. Chas. P. .C. to cabin on Notice is hereby given to those! Fetterman street. ax 31c; penalty whom it may concern, and to the Sc.; adv. $2.00. Total $2.34. following named persons and owners Corkish. J. P. C. to lot and lmpts, Jcnown reason tne lamuy was. noq 0f. or .claimants to. the real estate on Fetterman St.: P. C. to. lot and notified! of the accident, says the ana- improvements thereon.ar Improve f'.nipts. on Main st., tax $2.48; peny Bxposlror, and knew nothing of ib un- ments when assessed. separately, alty 25c; adv. $2.00. Total $4.73. til shown a clipping from the issue hereinafter described, known and un- Johnsson, N. P. C, to lots and Im of the Anacondft Standard oi Decern,- knowtn, that the tax-s for State, on FettermriV St.; P. C. to lot and fierf 12, which reached Ely Styiurdayj County and special purposes for the Jrctpta. on Water Ave., known . night. - year A. D. 1912. assessed against stables, tax $6.98; penalty 70c; adv the fo'lowing described pieces or $2.00. Total $9.68. For the; Big Dan I narctls of property are now de-1 Lewis, T. H. P. C. claim to lot Contracts were let last weejc byj lfnquicpt; that ten per cent penalty and impta. on Develln Row, tax 78c. '.he reclamation department to the) Rosedale Foundry company of Pitts bung for the construction of 16 gates to Control the flood to be stored in the Lahontan reservoir. and $2.00 cost of advertising has penalty 8c; adv. $2.00. Total $2 86. been added in each case, and that Painter Hames M. & M. Co. P. C any piece or parcel of property upon, 1 to N. E. portion of Jubilee block, tax which, said taxes, penalty and costs $4.96; penalty 49c; adv. $2.00. Total shall remain unpaid on Monday, Jan-1 $7.45 ' and Massey. Washington, D. C. Dec. 18. . Senators Newlands and Massey ap peared before the appropriations committee of the Benate yesterday iir suppoit of Senator Newlands' amendment to the legislation for the Carso4 City Mint and assay; office.'. They planted their arguments. wbtich were taken under considers urn oy the committee. Both benar within three months from the 21st tor" made strong statements regard- day of December, 1912, the date of inS tne needs vt the state of Nevada the! first publication hereof. 80 the convenience that this min Dated this 20th day of December, affords to prospectors and "miners. - 1912. ..in me auernoon senators Massey.. MARY WELLAND, nd Newlands appeared before the Administratrix, senate loommittee on judiciary to CHAS. LEE HORSEY, Attorney foq support Senator Massey's bill to c'on- Admlnistratrix. I,irm UU3 to town lots sold by the) fDate of First publication, Dec. 21 Southern Pacific to land companies. 1912; last publication, January 18, ln Nevada. This matter is of much 1913, - interest. The Hearing was postponed to the following day to give Maxwell IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL Evarts, representing the Southern District Court of the State cf Ne- Paclfic' att opportunity. to be heard. varta, In and for the County Lincoln. J.. A. Malia, Plaintiff, vs. of Nick Baclc, shoemaker, is now located ln the J. G. Brown build ing on Lacour street Harness mend ing also. vl4 OVER 65 YEARS fJ Trade Marhs Copyrights Ac. Anrone neixllnR a nkplrh nnd description may Quickly HiircriHiii mir opinion free whotlier u iiiToiillim Is rol)iMy iwteitt nhlo. Cunininnlpn. tl.iindirioilTCdiii.ilontlHl. HANDBOOK un Patents sent free. OMost aizeney for KeouriUK Btentfl. I'ateuta taken thruuuh lumi & Co. receive IfKrfell notict, williuut chnrge, lu the Scientific Jlttiericati. A hunilnomolf lllnnlmleil eekl. Ijireet clr. cnluLktii tit nnr u'leiitiil tonriml. l'ernis. t'i n jeuri four innnlUa, fl. Sold bj all newxtealom. ;036IBroadw,.ReWY0rl . See 1913 In -By attending hte dance' at Thomp- The ' wu's hjall, next Tuesday, , New Pioche Pacic Mining Co., a corpora Year's eve. Advt. ation, Defendant, Notice of Sheriff's ' Sale on Execution. JOHN G. BROWN PASSES By virtue of a Writ of Execution, j TO GREAT BEYOND Issued out of the Fourth Judicial Dis-. ' tric't Court of the state of Nevada, John G. Brown, one, of the old andj in and for the County of Lincoln, on respected residents of this city, pas "ite: 24tl day of December. A. D. sed to the (1-eat Beyond on Chrlst- 1912; in the above entitled action, mas ee after a lingering illness, wherein J. A. Malia, the above named Mr. Brown had been ln poor health, plaintiff, recovered a judgement, for the past two years and, although, against the Pioche Pacific Mining Cc, everything passible was done for him, a corporation, said defendant, on the the affliction made headway in tear llt;h day of Ddceimber A. D., 1912 lng down his once robust constitu tor the, sum of Six Thousand Sixty tion,and twhlle he had been "a suffer- seven and Forty-five one hundredths er through all this time, he slumber dollars, lawful money of the United? ed into eternity without the least in states, with Interest thereon at the dlc'atlon of pain. ' ' : ' !!! ratt of 7 per cent, per annum from The remains were taken to Panaca .a d date of Judgement until paid, yesterday morning, services were, and costs of suit taken at $514.00, held from the L. D S. meeting hausa. which said Judgement was duly dock- tt 2 o'clock in the afternoon, fol ded and recorded. I have, on this lowing which interment took place. 4th day of December, A. D., 1912, in the Pnaca cemetery beside the- umjr tevit-u upon me iouowing ues- grave of a sten-son vtrn-h (ihim t! F St. WiuhlDitton. I V. IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Lincoln. , In the matter of the Guardianship of John Nesbitt and Samuel Nesbitt, Minor's. Citation The; state o Nevada to the next .of kin cf John Nesbitt and Samuel Nesbitt, minors, if any In said coun ty of Lincoln, and to all persons In terested in their estates, or the estate of either of them, who may ! a the county: You and each of you, are hereby fcrlbed property to-wit: The Grand View, Southern Cross Nd. 2; Southern Cross No. 3; South em Cross No. 4; Southern Cross No. 5; Southern Cross No. 6; Great West ern No. 1; Gre&t Western No. 2;. Great Western No. 3; April Fool No. if en Lamond; Shorty No. 1;. Shorty No. 2; Shorty Fraction; Southern Crops Fraction and Treas- urery Fraction Lode Mining Claims, Ukuatq in the Ely Mining district. jCfounty: of (Lincoln, state of Nevada, and recorded in the office of the Ooun,ty Recorder of said .county and stat to which said records, refer? ejotn uoj epum: tfqaj&q s au. full and complete dacerlptlon of said lode Iclalms. Uotice is hereby given that on Saturd y,- January 18th, 1913, at 12 ocicok noon, o? that day, at the cited and required to appear before. this court at the court room thereof. fCront door) of the court house. In. county or, , t te town of Pioche, county of Lta- The deceased was universally liked by all who knew him and the Record, Joins with the many friends of the bereaved family In extending heart felt condolences. ' r e Dally Thought, .A little philosophy lncllneth man' mind to atheism, but denth ln Dhilos- ophy bringeth men's minds about to religion. Bacon. , . at the t'ofwn, of Pioche, Lincoln, state of Nevada, on Thurs day, the ninth day of January, A. D. 113, at 10 o'clock A. M. of Bald day. coin, state of Nevada. I will, in obed leace to said writ of execution, sell tine above described property, or so then and there to show cause, if any, much thereof as may be necessary to why George W. Nesbitt, the guard- satisfy said Plaintiffs Judgement, inn of said minors, John Nesbitt and , with the interest thereon and costs First to Use Chloroform. Chloroform an as anaesthetio was first used on the 30th of September 1846, by Dr. W. T. O. Morton, a den tist, of Boston, in a case of tooth ex traction, and thereafter by him in many difficult operations. The nw of the discovery reached England in December. 1846, and British dentists Immediately began to use it Sir James Simpson, a Scotch physician (1811-1870) was the first to use it in hospital practice and this he did In 1847. His discovery was considered Independent of that by the Boston dentist and in 1SG6 he was knighted. He had a public funeral when he diod and a statue of him ln bronie stands in Edinburgh.