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.1 i - z -I2a33CSZ32C313S2aS2--SZZ"-2-"-ZZZZZIp a II v Til : ye 6i a II li It ll ;: it ii ii ii MfflB if Tine S. l$ lhrWM 1 i ; ,. f !'. ! t f jt t ; i j i I! for ex- Mrs. Abbey awyer departed all Lake Thursday win-re jshe porta to remain Indefinlt ly. - 1 1" ma mm C. Dean Breeze surprised his many Pioche friends by making his ap- r.eAranca vestcrdav. Mr Breeze Is now engaged In the practice of law li Lgb Angeles, lis expects to re- ma'n here several weeks on business U El H S -. 11 t T e h San Diego Jj 1 $31.50 ni 13 B In h in II M - Hi EE Gl 5 M I LI mngr ywiwiac-iMWiiaMar rmvg pal 1 - - n f ! "l 111 WBKoBWl ft) ) -5 (o j FOR COMFORT Kev. Geo Jowett left tc.lay for Blshoo ,Cal., to attend a M. E. church conference. Gordon Sawyer. Hurt Word was received here tarry In the week ct anolh r accident which fell to the lot of Gordon, th eld est son of Mr. and Mrs. George O. Sawyer, who are now residents cf alt I-nke City.. The young limn had the misfortune to break his leg ' two places near the ankle Joint. It will bo'rememberoJ that Gordon suf fered the fracture of tha bones of his rltrht arm shortly before the family moved to tha Vuh capital SHOE REPAIRING DAILY EXCURSI pioche Los Angeles Avalon TO (JOG AA CQA C LONG Lin ITS 3r . THREE GOOD TRAINS DAILY Marko Baclc, Shoemaker, la now located In tha J. CI. Brown build lng on I-acour street. Harness mend ing promptly done. NEVADA MINE SIGNALS .TP. C. FECK, J. H. MANDEAUfUU. General Pussep ger Agent Assistant General Passenger Agent 5. facaiftwn faawtmsiiMis g The Record la prepared to furnls'.: mlnlmr companies the latest Nevada mine signals. printed on cloth. for posting about mines. Send in youi order. STOP AT THE H 01,1 )A WAY ousk 'i Opposite .Post office J ' 5 r.i V.' Utah Ore Sampling Co. Independent Sampling Mills od&esCook Merc. Co. Wholesale and Retail NEW LINE OF GOODS JUST RECEIVED WOMENS' TAILORED SHIRTS RED SEAL GINGHAM AND INDIGOES FCLL LINE OF CAMBRICS AMERICAN CLARETS, CALCUTTAS GALATEA CLOTH FULL LINE OP BLEACHES, BUNT INGS, SILKS, SCRIMS CRASH, COT TON AND SILK FLOSS, ETC. IF WE COH'T HAVE WHAT YOU WANT WE WILL GET IT FOR YOU n it 13 11 H li If II !! II 11 II 13 11 II n ii ii n o ti ii n u I) n is li "IS la it li.urr.i'i hi kin iu i ' uv M. lean U'net Kooma I Ml. H (IC 51115 IVhlLt'S .r.i S' A. W. Gates Genl. Mgr. Office Address 820 Newhouse Bldg. Salt Lake City, UtahV 9 WHITE US EG II INEOini ATLON NOTICE Widows claiming risht of exemption oi tuxps iinil(r ttie Di'ovt Inns of the Ne- VHtla Ntiitutes slmuld f'llo nffUlavlK ti that effect with the co.mty naaesHor on or IxTore Sertember 8 1913. DUmlrs wll. bo furnished by wilt'nif to the count) PAN J. r.ONNOiV, County Assessor of Wneoln Comity First pub. Autf. 23; last Sept. 6. DAY BRISTOL' TRAM WILL BE BIT.LT A. W. Middletoi", Gecrftary and treasurer of the Day-Bristol Mining company, was airong the- camp's vis itors during the week and sp?nt seV' eral days at the company's domains i:i tho Bristcl dlsirlct where he was ohown about by General Manager G. K. Bent. Mr Mhldkton exprssed him sMf Q3 being very well pleased with the conditions found at the property und of the prosprcts for futuro do velonment. The v work accomplish edat the mine under the direction of Mr. Bent, ho said, was most grat ifying to him and declared that the recommendations cf Mr. ' Bent relative to the building of an aer ial tramway would be carried into execution. In fact, he said, the con tracts for the equipment would be m:vi in Salt Lake early next week. The tramway and othtr equipment Mr. Mlddleton says, will mean an . outlay 'Ot approximately $40,000 am the length cf ihe line will be about .vo miles. It is said that It will take about 1)0 days to install the sysime and th"t evry effort will b) Mit forth to have It ready foi . operation bffcro winter sets in. Mr. Mlddlelxn says the mine is in con dltion to produce 100 tons of ore daily for an lndefinitt etime, Will Lee, , traveling passenger ag ent of tfio Salt Lake Route was in Pioche one day this week. Auditor's OFFICE, LINCOLN COUNT. Lincoln Coillltv August 1st., A. U., COUNTY FUNDS Bonded debt .. .. .. l. Caliente town t Cali nite water supply Cali?nte water supply bond Caliente water supply nlterest Contingent . . Current Expense Didam.ar rca:l . . . . ' Delamar town ...... .. Eagle Valley road .. Game and Fish preservation i General comity ....... General county scnool ,.N High school Hifch school buildlug tllko road Indigent Intrrcst Jury . . ' ' Panama road Panaca special schorl Interest .. .. 1'anaca special school sinking .. Pioche Fire " Pioche Suecial Sfchool Interest .. Panaca Special School Sinking .. Pioche Town Sa'ary .. Sheep eommisskn Spring Valley read ... .... State, .. Ward. Jack et. al. Estates of ...... Alamo road .... ..... General County road fund ... SCHOOL FUNDS camp Valley .. .. .. .. .. ...... Alamo Bullionvllle ... (Ja lento .. '. Clover Valley ... ..... Cottonwood Deer Lodge Delamar ., .. .. .. .. .... .. Eagle Valley .. ,. ..... .. Flat Noseit. Highland .. .. .. Hlko , Panaca . Pioche .. Prince . . , Red Reck .. Richard . . . . Rose Valley Spring Valley NEVADA. CONDITION OF 1913.' IN DEBT. CASH IN FD. TOT. $433,000.00 3 to Snyder & Empey Ore Eisysrs and Assayers Pioche Assay Office Pioche, - - - - Nevada Control work Solicited T V V f 1 H ? m V M IE $ Geo. Dorothy i T!i8 Baiter Agent for Troy Laundoy Salt Lake. Ship Tuesdays . 170 , 33C.25 C31.5G 86.45 3,.r21.2C . 2.S42 19 1.07 . 45.51 1.00 1.25 i 1,603.60 J 4,r.03.24 1,129.14 122.79 ' 29.25 2,104.00 , 73S.71 . 1,076.19 146.72 1007 : r.00.00 422 56 210.26 2.19 . , 57.09 15,000.00 126.96.36.199 - . . 2.07 2.C84.86 , . .145 81 . . 1-60 157.25 , 1.111.11 '. , .06 952.44 ST. SCH. CO.SCI1L 28,977.46 LIBRARY L J. 10.00 70.00 2S7.24 fi.;r. 7.70 7I.6C .02 109.9S 1.40 353.1.6 11.12 18.85 .06 55.76 .116 80 92.70 107.4S '- .79 36.46 34.93 383.86 2 SO 184.62 , 20.90 96.08 723.64 ' 10.24 . ' . f.4.47 . , , . 32.89 7.05 ' 298.36 1.11 . 4.89 , 130.04 .05 $148.70 $3,052.07 $154 80 $3,355.57 THE PRICE J40USE Tke reliable place to stop while fou are In Pioche. Meals served in :onnectlon. THE PRICE HOUSE IBE1E and El 0 El ii K8 Building li II II II 11 ri ii n ii ii is L3 Material ii li n ii ii E. E. Fuller LumberCompany ji a r u That Elusive Gray Hair. i"Vhut makes nie really mud." said the woman. "Is to spend minutes, may lie hours, trying to sot hold of ii while hiilr that shows on my head like a dazzling light, yet which Is tantali. Inirly elusive when I try to cat li it. iiud then when 1 do finally separate it from the brown hair and vive It a vigorous putl, to Ond that i have snatched out a good brown hair and left the white one still shining:" New York Times. OPENED JAN. 1st, 1913 (Sin ti"Se,5i'-i;" wieninIosAngeles STOP t tAeNl "CKeHOTEL tUu BEST livallthe WEST: riKr.rKiii r r -a mm iiir Mis' EUROPEAN CAFE IN CONNECTION OUTSIDt ROOMS ISO WITH BATH i W. 2N0 ST.NEAR HILL MDRTHFPIN HOTEL CO.. PROP. FRANK t CRAMPTON. M- RATES l 00 PER 0AY-OP 4 A Long Stay. '. Belle I'assny-rm tireel of being pur huikI for my money. Tin going to the country and pose as n poor girl and wait for tlie tiist inau who offers him self. Blanche limit -Well, you stand the country in summer well euougli. but you'll lind the winters just horrid. -Puck. After any Sickness or Operation doctors prascriU SCOTT'S EMULSION'.t contains Am vital element naturo craves to rextnie waite. croat Dure L'aod end build physical strength No Alcohot or Oplnta Vsrf.l ?- n ncnc. Ulnitfifidd. N. J. 12-23 I hereby certify that the aove Is a full, true and correct statement of the condition of funds for the month ending July. 3m, isu. - C, W. GARRISON, ' i 1 ! . ' ; Auditor, Uncolrt County, Nevada. u Retort Courteous. "Is any one waiting on you?" finally isked the haughty saleslady, conde cendlng at last to notice tha shopping person. "I'm afraid not," replied tuo latter, "my husband was I left him utsid6 but I'm afraid he's become disgusted and gone home." Catholic Standard and Times. Adopt EnylUh Languaa0 A fact Illustrating the superior cul ture of Christian college graduates in India Is seen la the report that in tho presidency of Madras English Is onnken bv one liludu in every 132. one Moslem of every 107, but by one Christian of every i&. A Community of Interest. "Mrs. Brown nnd Mrs. Green seem to have little to do but talk across the fence." "Ves. they have plenty to talk about Mrs. Browu has Just come out of the hospital nnd Mrs. Green thinks of go ing." (Cleveland Plain Dealer. . , 1 Tactful. ' n Dohson hnd Just bought a new type writing inajrftlne. "Now, what color ribbon do you want for tills machine.' usued the salesman. "Oh. Muck, by nil means:" said tob son." "You see. my typewriter is a wid ow."-Judge. lie thnt fears not the future cno eu- Jqy the present RE 5 In i: ffl 4 4 We Offer a Great DUCTI0N f raw r A. tr K I- tr Ml a -fas CdDSTT AND BELOW COST LEADER c aa E. tvAHN, Proprietor. Legal Blanks for Sale at Record Job Printing Department. Come and See.