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A . - TEE : PIOCHE RECOM) ESTABLISHED SEP'T 17, 1870. PIOCHE, NEVADA. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914. VOLUME XLIII; NUMBER 41. NK Developments Of Pleasim nacter From the mining and mineral show- is $30,000. of which amount $23,000 Ing that the Pioche district Is mak-jwuj be paid down upon tho comple ing at the present Urn", it goes to,ti:n of the deal. Mr. Olson expects prove that the supposed "worked j to become aresldent of Ely, and In out' camp cf Pioche is coming to!ch3 future will devote his attention to the buying of catUe and other livestock for the market. Ely Record MARRIOTT BRINGS IN $400 BAR OF GOLD Janus Mar:ott of Osceola, arrvleii In Tijf yesterday wi'h a bar of gold Its own tn due time. It must be reca led that no work has piactlcally ever b'en done be low the water-level in this camp. In fac. the recent d3veljpment3 made by the Amalgamated company under the d1recti:n if Mr. Van Wagemn is about all that haB been done below the water line. And ther?. as the' Wsidsrs of tin Record are well in armed, the results have be-n of a luost gratifying character. Tli Yuba lease is coming to tha front also as has been demonstrated by laTe developments on Jhe elv;ht .hundred level or the old Meadow Val ley No". 3 shaft. both east and west The better ahowl'.g at this Urn.? is viwt it th shaft aboit 250 feet wh re tha management has uncove.td BATTLESHIP "NEVADA" CALIENTE NEWS Brief. Items of Interest Sent Our Correspondent There J to open Juue 28th. Chap. 2, sec 5. 'page 493, and chap. 3, sec. 17, page by I 520, but that date being Sunday it will be best .or registry agents U . commence their work on June 27. Mt; I. M. Himstreet went to Ss V 3- Only one registration is requtr- l.ikb this week to attend the cl.os- ea tovote a.t both primary and general ing txrclses of St. Mary's aciuie- i-Vcticu. Chap. 2. sec. 8. page 498 my where her daughter Edna has i No person is permitted to voti been attending school. Miss Edn & a primary election unless he has will return to Callente for her sum- .doc'.ared his party affiliation In ac ut vacation. ' !cordanee with chap. 2. sec. 3, subdiv. Miss Amy Culverwell has returned! 11- page 521, but the elector is not from California whe:e she has beu required to designate his poUtlle in Isitiag f :r sometime. ' jpidtr to register. Chap. 2, sec. 4. Hans Olson is having a well dug . Pe 4Uo. , 5. Registrations for the primary ebctlon to ba h Id September 1, 1914, may be made until August 20. Chap. 2, sec. 5, page 496. ' 6. All reg!strrticns for both pri mary and general election are con tained In one book, entitled: "Of ficial Register," chap. 2. sec. 5, page Day-Bristol Claims n j Approved ar- -i i t l.aki wheie he Dut throueh a valued et$40Q, which was. washed out deaJ oa the st-r property situated & g In wc iking, over tailings In Dry on his farm. He hopes to, get ;ca'an water. Judge Taber was in town between .ains Tuesday afternoon. Some of the young people tiring of he common dances, gave a "rag" arty Thu; sday-eve. at Nprrls' hall. Joe Taylor was lu Callente several lays this 'week upon hU return fro ni 336 7. All electors must be registered once and once 'only In every two Gulch. The. flow of water was unus lul'ly trcng this yeit, and had the men apprehended th s in time to pre pare tha ground befcre It came they would have had much better re saS.s. Ely Rcfcord. Bv Court outh of Caallente. Ureat things a:e years, commi nclng In 1914. The prl '.cptvited by the sale, as this Is a mary election" register this year 13 lote'U property and has tho making of, a copy, certified by the registry agent me of the biggest gold mines In No- h',m between June 27 and Augua ,ida. V.20. as have declared their party af- Ailss Emma Fleldson, who has been filiation; far succeeding primary eleo- sKng r;Utlvrs aDd friends in Cal-. t,io:is during the biennial period of ImiiV', has returned ta nocne. sucn list wll be suplemii-it- J. Urody has been in Callente this 1 ed by the addttlcn of the names of LAUNCHING JULY 11 July 11 has now been Bet as the date when the ba tle-shlp "Nevada" t streak cf high grade lead carbonate Wii steel jil;na ore running from Cj to 100 ounces silver and arDund 73 tpcr cent ' lead. A 40-ton ship went was made to the smelter tM werk and it Is expected that this wl l be followed by another within a The devel-pment on the 800 east. the .state also ve,y satisfactory and when the Bleanor bet . th. JW.r week making arrangements to pat in a gents' furnishing sure. Mr. LSiody was . in business here S3veial years ago. all electors, declar'ng party afflila Hons, registering after August 20, l!U4, and also transfers- cf registra tion of electors who have declared A Mexican was brought Into Call- party affiliation. Chap. 2, sec. 1, wW be launched at the Fors River ! tfl Tnmsday eveuing after having page 494, land chap. 3, spc. 17. pag ship yards at Qulucy, Mass. Governo Oddie is planning to attend together together, with a number of other resl- orcpsity Is properly equipped with a!r drlling machltifry, it will sure ly bi able to mak a most pleasing showing to the stockholders and pat ties in interest. The Record has been Informed that the pending deal with tte Boston Piocho owikts for the liae of tha HP shaft and equipment la prosross p'.ng fivorably and Is likely to ba -nsummated within a few days. If, i planned to drive from, the Boston- ., Pioche- to, connect wifh- the Tuba wcrk'ngs. It la also tho Intention to Install a compress r at the No. Sshaft and cari-y on devetopmenj l ficm both points. hVlth the lnslaliatlon of th9 No. 3 sUuit compressor, aouve uevriuiiumui wl'l ba commenced first, by con tinuing the present cross-cut on the s'venth level south to the Tfuba u,) e; jalso to, dilve on the 800 to 'he f ssure, both est and west, at well as in numerois places where in- dilations are favorable for ore. Eventually Pioche will have a mill ing plant to treat lis heavy tonnage of l:w scads matera'. Tne Amaiga mated Co., with its i;ai-zuic pruuuo will be abPe to make a high grade lead-zinc concentrate. Other ores running fvcra $5 to $10 a ton will be susceptible to treatment, making r I marketable product which at this time Ilea Idly either in the dumps or the mln.s, waiting the opportunit.v o be converted Into $20 goid pieces by modern methods of milling. THREE CARS OF ORE - FROM AMALGAMATED NO.1. Mi. aud Mrs. Fred Seibert, will chris ten the new vesstl. - She is a neicf of the. governor's. SCHOOL CENSUS TAKEN IN LINCOLN COUNTY The school census cf Lincoln county taken rec ntly, shows that thejre are 528 children of school age in the county, divided among districts as follows: ; Fkiqhe, 121, ' - V -- " - bseti run over by a train at Acoma. The unfnrOunate fellow's right arm was so badly crushed that It had (o be amputated above the elbow. He was sent to the county hpspltr; at Pioche. CATTLE KILLED BV BAD WATER Panaca,' 107. " ,Callente,88. . Alamo, 50. Eagle Valley. 18. Cl-jver Vail y .15. x Highland, 14. Illko 13. Kiernan, 11, , t)elamar, 11. 1 Prince, 11. Spring Valley, 10. Rose Valley, 10. Richard, 9. . Red Rock, 9. Flat. Nose, 8. Winze? Creek, 7. . Camp Valley. 1.. Bullionvilie. 5. 0 ', Deer Lodge, 4. CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE Since last Saturday the Amalga ' jutted Pioche has shipped three cars cf high grada lead-zinc ore from No. 1 shaft and at the present basis, the company is marketing its, product upon the basis cf 300 tons monthly. That the tonnage will be Inert ased Bh:rMy is certain as each day's woik in the mine is showing better results Five m;ta are employed on the ore s.rting gang and only the . high grade material goes to the- ori hlna: the second cliss is placed in a convent at. part of tha premises; for move ment whenever munng iacru tl-s are provided. Thtre has been a considerable- In- cr ase In the volume or wat r com lnir in on the 1400 leve'lj The water ls being ra'sed to the 1200 cross-cut where It runs oil into me om iu vl;iv workings. -. r , Th company received ,car of plpa yesterday from the east. ; the shipment containing the five-Inch wat '$r mains whiten are to replace the ones now la use between the tankf id the Will Brawn residence oi. upper Mattt street. The work of in stalling these mains will probably be "undertaken during the c-ming week. ALAMO, Nev., Jvne 24 Jamea I the1 Butl; r came In from GroJtn last week and reports thatjH7 head of cattle having' died rvcenlly in the vicinity of Groom lake. Mr. Butler Is or the opinion that the fatuities were cans- d frcm drinking stagnant rain water in the lake. The W. T. Stewart Cat tle Co., is the heaviest loser .hav ing lost 60 out of the 67 head. Tha( cattle all died within a few hours W. T. Stewart and W. McGuffie have one out to Investigate the matter Mrs. W. T. Stwart has returned from the Pari Henrle ranch where sh3 has been for the past twowesks, on account of the sorlous Illness of a?r grandson, Merwin. C. A. Koyen left for Caliente yes terday with a load of grain for C L. Alqulst. Miss Mabel Crumby Is spending the summer at the Gardner ranch. Miss Alta Love has returned from Provo. Utah, where she has been at Jhas. E. Foxley cT 5t Tnomas w' tending the B. Y. university. See Democratic Nomination; Joe gharo and Elijah Shumway hav ?nna to Sheen mountain to do some The announcement of the Candida- VOTic on their spring. cy of Chas. E. Foxley for the Demo- All the ranchers are busy stacking rfcitlc nomination for Judge of 1 the nay and grain. The valley has the Tenth Judicial District appears tn finest crop of grain this year that this Issue. Mr. Foxley is a native of has been seen here .in years Uth; is 38 yea. s of age. Began hM John Richard has been In Pioche career as a telegraph oprator on the where he purchased a new Fotd auto Southern Paclnc, which vocation he a. J. Richard and Omer Stewart followed for eleven years. He studied have purchased two Ford touring aw In one of the leading law schools crs which will be used on the mall :t Michigan and In 1900 was admit- Une, between Alamo and Callente fd to practice hla profession In the They have the contract for the next uprem ecourt of Utah. He held the four years position of assistant and later was John W. Wedge and Joe Sharp re- lected county attorney In o&e ot port a fine fruit crop on their ranche he large counties of Utah . filing this year. hose positions during the years 1903 Elaborate preparations are being :o 190i. Inclusive. He retired from the made for the celebration at Alamo ictive practice of Jaw. and located In on the Fourth. thai Moapa valley In 1912 where he Pahranagat valley has-been having Is extensively Interested. Judge Fox- some hot weathre 100 in the shade. Iy has been admitted to practice Will U. Schofield has been In Pi- 'n both the federal and. state courts I oche to make a payment on the Roe of Nevada. He is a man highly es-lder ranch which he and his brother, eemed by the peop'e of the commu- Menl, have purchased. The latter is iltv In; lirwhlch he lives and is well in Salt Lake on a business trip. "itted to fill the position to which he spires. He lives at St. Thomas. 520. 8. A "person registered in. 1912. who has not .-e-rpgistred in 1914, and therefore, not declared his party af filiation, cannct vote at the primary election in September. Chap. 3, sec 18, page 521; 9. Not every elector Is required to take the oath preseribe-d In chap. 2. s-c. 7,p age 497. Sections 7 and 8 of said chapter should be construed to tht r, ami the oathe Is required only from those "whem the agent may not know to be entitled to register," as prescribed in sec. 8, page 497. PANACA NEWS Local Happenings of Week In tho High School Town Angus Blatl and C air Norris came up from Caliente Sunday, returning the next morning. Miss Martha Ronnow, formerly of Panaca, U here from Monro?, Utah, for a visit with relatives and friends. Wifliam Heaps has been on the ick list this wef k but is reporter Mr. and Mrs. Dan j. Ronnow were down from Pioche Tuesday and re turned the next! day.' H. H. Lee has just purchased a n w Ford auto. That means a Joy ride far someone every evening. Lou Nelscn was In town from Wil son Creek for a ly or two during the pa3t week A musical entertainment as given last Saturday evening by Wll T. Morris,- for the benefit ef his music' students. Everyone who attended en joyed the program.' E. D. Smiley and LQy Wadsworth were in from the Comet mne over Monday night. . i The Y. L. M. I. A. met at the horns t Mrs. Ell Edwards. Wednesday af ternoon. They are taking up the sum mer work and the meetings will be held every Wednesday at the heme of one of the girls. what price, the average houss-hold" w.uiua ji.p.ver Know or it unless ttie. Consolidated ntanslemnt unicago nouse aave,rtissa and Rdver-i tils-nd heavily. in the state of Nevada it is safe to say each large mall-order house' of Chicago, St Louis and Kansas City sends every spring and fall at least 15,000 catalogues books that weigh three pounds apiece. Each house spends not less than $7500 to get these books printed and wrapped and at least, $1500 for postage. Five hous es will spend appraxiniately $100,000 a year to get their goods before the readers in this 'state. The books en ter at, least cne hcuse in every block and some families receive a else a h:ff dczen every six mcnths i.u unsolicited but certainly can tiuund regularly afur a first -sale For each customer a mail-order house is willing to spend 10 cents a in. nth, That's advertising. Take' a papr having 10.000 clrcula'lon and put in adveit'.slng amounting to 10 tents a month for each subs ribe-r.U amounts to $12,000 a year, or $1,000 a month. That is the equiva'ent in new.spuper advertising v the campaign of one tuall-oidt r house' In Nevada. The people read th se catalogues They come by hand Jn through the front door. The expn dlture shows how much the mall-order houses vali printer's Ink. The paople read these books and often they are unable to jompare prices with home products because they have t been informed of the prevailing home prices. Take almost any uiallordi r catalogue and compare prices with home price's by going from store to store and you will find in most cass no advantage, even in price. Compare quality and you find a loss in the mall. It ls not necessary for home oi state merchants to go to tha sftme expense of advertising as suffered by the mall-order houses. They must lreak in-through advertising or they are lost. ' Advertising, is vital to thv?m. A home merchant by keeping ills name and especially his prtces before the public with fair fre quency 'can offset the Invasion; $1 spent Dy a home nurchant on adver tising will off-set $10 spent by the mall! order houses If he sees that satisfaction goes with every sale. People buy by mall order because they do not Know better. They accept the foreign advertising ) at its face value and unless they have better means of comparing prices they will never learn the difference. of FILES ARTICLES FINALLY Day-Bristol Con. Mining Company Complies With Nevada Law.. ADVERTISING f $50,000 RANCH DEAL MADE "-.!' IN SPRING VALLEY On 'Saturday last an option was riven by Castea Olsem on..- &U his holdings In Sptlng Valley to M. P. Cutler,, formerly of Sharps, in Lin corn ccunty. Th option is for thirty days, which will glvo Mr. Olsen time to straighten out tiles to seme lands in which .the Odgeia heirs are Inter ested. It is understood that the con sideration for the lands and My oc. Regarig Registration PIOCHE ML CELEBRATE A meetlngof cl'lzsns was held at the court house last veenlngjind com mutes appointed to arfhnge for a Fourth of July celebration. Although the commltfte-s have a late start, a royal good time li assured. So cele brate in Pioche. There will be plenty f fun for all. .-. .. ; Judgo LIIHo In Plejld . . The Record Is la receipt of a letter from Judge Henry M. Lillte of Los Vegas .in which h? states that he is a fully submitted fcr your guidance: .ndldate for the office of district ! been abrogated. Chap. 2. sec. 1, judge, subject to the wish of the Re-! page 494 laws of 1913. publican voters at the September prl- Z. The TeglBtratlpn both for prl vretlses extensively. No matter what maries. 1 - mary and general election is required may be for sale in Chicago or tot In response to inquiries from dis trict attorneys throughout the state for an interpretation of many section pf the statutes regarding the regis tration of voters. Attorney General has Issued the foPowlng letter: To the District Attorneys of the state of Nevada: For the purpose that there, may be uniformity in the administra tion of that portion of the recent elec tion law pertaining to registrations and vcting at primary elections, the following answers to specific inquir ies by various officials are respct- "Trade at Home" Is a phrase In vented by newspapers, published by newspapers, continually reiterated by newspapers y. ar in and year out. It there Is one thing that must of nee e3slty characterize a newspapef It Is loyalty to the town that gives ft life and encouragement. The keepers " bf the written wo:d .the distributors" bf the printed page that spells to the distant eye thfl . prosperity and 'the progress of a town, ths newspapers have ever encournged readers to pat- roalz3 home industry, says the State Journal. In a lecture, a part of the Chautau qua series last night, Mr. Plattenburg again repeated the warning against patronizing mall-order houses. The warning Is not new but doubtless tin repetition may help to arouse fnr ther thought on the subject In one respect, however, the discus slon was not completed. Why do pr sons patronize mailorder houses? Surely they do not do. so out o' ;i premeditated desire to injure heli home town or home merchants. What U the motive or th? process that ex plains the situation? We believe It may ba answered in one word: "Advertising." The mall-order house gets the busi ness because lj advertisesand it ad A certified copy of th articles oj incorporation cf tb Day-Bristol Con- sUdatf d Mining Co., were filed in the office bf the county clerk last ihursday. j The company is organized under the laws of the state- of Maine and the capital stock U $10,000,000. di vlded into shares of a par value of $10 each, r Although the Day-Bristol company w,as organized several years ago, It operated Its properties without re gard to the law which requires . for eigu corporations to file their arti cles with the proper officials in jbls state. In recent litigation this fact- was brought out .quite forcibly, a particu lar. Instance being the case Involving title to the valuable Inman claim at Bristol when the contention rafsed by Attorney Chas. Lee Horsey that the Day-Bristcl had no legal standing in court by reason of having failed to, comply wlth the state law regu- latlng corporations, was upheld by Judge Taber. By reason of this, the legal steps taken by the company to establish Its title to the Iumau claim were defeated and A. L. Scott of this city was declared to bethe law ful owner. The state of Nevada is enriched to the-extent ot about $1,000 by the' filing of. the required papers at Car son City., - ' .. . . Onion as Medicine. A northern scientist now comes -for-ard to 'defend the onion, which; he says, is a real specific for colds. All one has to do when his eyes be iiu to water and his nose to run, is to. eat onions, and the trouble wlli go away. Of course, his friends will go away, too, at least temporarily, butthat does not argue that the cnlon Isn't good medicine. Another chapter in the. Day-Bristol was en acted in the district court this week le.fire Judge Taber, an array of at torneys and a number of spectators. Last Monday was the time set to pass upon the claims filed against the company as. reported by Receiver H. K Freudenthal. which amounted in Ahe aggregate to. $90,000. A. W. Middletcn, treasurer of the Da'y-rBistol was h.re frcm New York with James Ingreb .etzen, his attor ney, cf Salt Lake. The, minority in terests were? looked after by II. R. Van Wagenen, of the Amalgamated Pioche and Consolidated" Nevada Utah corporation, while tlw receiver wai on hand with his attorney, William. E. Oit. AH of the recommendations of Receiver Freudenthal relative to the claims against the corporation, were approved. In the matter of th v compensation cf tha receiver. It was fixed at the rate of $.'S00 per month for' the five months ending July I. A.s to fixing the pay cf the receiver Cor future sirvic:s. that will be tak up later. j Tuofduy morning the matter: of extending the leases now being operated came up and no ob jections having been Interposed, the court ordered the leases extended to December 6th. " Just, what the next move in tha Day-Bristol recelveiship will be is problematical; but present indica tions are that tha court will be pe titioned to enter an order for the sale the properties at a receiver's ae a few months later. This will be the case, unless, some means are provided for the liquidation of the debts cf th ..corporation in which - vent application would be made for lie discharge of the receiver. ' ft) s asserted, however, that this mova " will bo . objected to by minority tn- ' rests unless, In the meantime, a complete and sat sfactory accounting is made, which is one of the things specifically sel forth in the com plaint filed at the time the re ceivership proceedings were under- ken. ta view of the fict that tha old Bristol Consolidated company, which owns the controlling interest in the Day Bristol, is In debt to the Alaska Ebuer Gold Mines company (which vwns a control of the Bristol Con.) according to the report made recent ly by Receiver Sullivan of the Brls-, tol Con., to the amount cf about $85- 009, while the Day-Bristol has obli gatlons outstanding aggregating mora than $90,000, the future looks none too rcsy for the small stockholders; yet it Is to be hoped that some plan) will be outlined whereby all the in terests will get together ahd agree upon some plan whereby the holdings of each may be conserved and thai properties re- organized aad placed upon a businses work'ug basis. The Day-Bristol s'ttatlcn has been one of "watchful waiting" for a num: tedber of months and tt has been sug gested that a gocc plan would be to sum the whole thing over to the A. B. C. mediators to patch up a peace pact. The suggestion may be a good one and a plan might be worked out which would be helpful not onlyi to the camp but to all the Interests hi the quarrel now pending. Jury Failsto Convict. - Denver. The jury -at the second trial of Robert Owen, charged with nine others, with the abduction and robbery of the Rev. Otis L. Spurgeon of Dt-s Moines, Iowa, reported a di agreement and was discharged. - t Huge French Loan. Paris. The chamber of deputies ot Friday, by a vote of 459 to 108, author. i.ed the loan of 1,800,000.000 trance ($360,000,1100) as requested by M. N'oulens, finance minister in the new . ablnet Russian Lawyers Convicted. " St. Petersburg. The trial or twenty, five lawyers on a charge of Insulting he ministry of justice during the -la! of Mendel Beile-ss ended Satur ay in the conviction of all the de ndants. Wouldn't it be a fine thing for CM ago people If Luther Burbank should Mevelop a" flat pea that wouldn't roll off tnelr Knives. Now It Is claimed for radium that It will cure deafness. Perhaps la time it may be found a panacea evea for that tired feeling. t 1 t 1 ! 5 1'