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.' E 1 l 1 lino mc Mlol Y " 1 A ioa mn" one. o the. hutist 1 I y-iratm- C' 4f COLO Ly I (f'.T" 1scmqou A-r -rjfc. class of iC0HtltsWM ;i NEVADA STATE- A X ill DWIM L.CAIML (Advertisement) HOT PRONKS Now being served every day at our Soda Fountain Henderson's Dru& Store 1 1 fp 4 1 1 keep case case of Becker's Beef. Order Cffkr v There's a soothing satisfaction that comes with drinking a glass of good beery It delights the palate, invigorates the body, imparts a healthy glow to. the whole being-and Becker's Beer is good beer plus. It represents the last word in skilful brewing, in sanitary produc tion, in purest and choicest ingredients. of beer in your cellar a from your local dealer, r Jfinmiuii&liblluia.tE OCDEN. UTAH norm-: uycxh news No school today. Harry Parker motored to Caliente Wednesday. Frank Walker became eligible for membership fn the Ford Owners' club this week. W. F. Robinson, a former resi dent of Pioche, has returned to give the town the "once over." Friends of E. Ohas. D. Marriage will be pleased to learn that he is much better, and will soon be on the road to rapid recovery. Truly this is an age of automobiles and Fords. Three government hors es at the auction sale last Sunday sold for $1.00 or less. Mrs. J. M. Breeze returned to Pi oche Monday, accompanied by her son, Leslie Breeze, formerly a res ident of Pioche but now of Santa Ana. The Prince mine is maintaining its usual heavy shipments of crude ore, and operations at the Bullion ville mill are reported as being sat isfactory. Hose No. 1 responded promptly to an alarm Thursday morning, but the fire proved to be only a barrel of oil between the City Garage and the Pioche assay office which had been accidently ignited. Wednesday evening the Women's Woodrow Wilson club gave an in vitation card party at the Miners' I'nlon hall. Mrs. Pitcher and Miss Middleton were the prize winners. Delectable refreshments were served William Ititter, born in Hiko In 'C9 when his father, W. W. Ritter, was sheriff of the county, and who moved to Pioche with the county seat, leaving the old camp in '73 when it had a population of about 10,000, returned to Pioche during the week to take a look at the scenes of his childhood. Charley Roeden was about the only man he met who could remember his father. W. T. Stewart, Sr., of Alamo, Will Denton, Jennie Wilcox, Mrs. A. L. Stewart and Dave Stewart narrowly escaped serious injury last Saturday night, when the Ford in which they were riding over the Prince summit turned turtle and pinned some of the occupants under the car. The cur was running in low gear, which probably accounts for the fact that no one was hurt. Wilson Has (iood Audience Ben Wilson, the celebrated So cialist lecturer, was listened to by a large and attentive audience at Thompson's hall Wednesday night. He is one of the most Interesting speakers heard here during the pres-H ent campaign. How Catarrh is Contracted Mothers are sometimes so thought less as to neglect the colds which their children contract. The lnrlann mation of the mucus membrane, ai first acute, becomes chronic and the child has chronic catarrh, a disease that is seldom cured and that may prove a life's burden. Many persons who have this loathsome disease will remember having frequent colds at the time it was contracted. A little forethought, a bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy judiciously used, and all this trouble might have been avoided. Obtainable every where. Adv FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD Nerve and Gasoline. The Truth 3 reels. The Girl and the Gume Helen's Race against time. The Trailing Tailor. 7 REELS 7 MONDAY, NOV 6 The Girl From Frisco The fight ing Heiress. This is the first episode and the series is played by True Boardman who played the Stingare series. Some White Hope Essanay com edy. The Danger Line 3 reel Essanay drama. The Lonlles Vltagraph comedy. 7 REELS 7 - . . e i For a Muddy Complexion Take Chamberlain's Tablets and adopt a diet of vegetables and cer eals. Take outdoor exercise dally and your complexion will be greatly Improved within a few months. Try It. Obtainable everywhere. Adv Alamo News Sears, the mining man from, Frei burg, was in Alamo Thursday, the guest of Joseph Cox. j Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Beason and Roy Orr were in Pahranagat valley Thursday and Friday. They were joined Friday evening by the rest of the Republican candidates and held a rousing rally in the Alamo hall Friday evening, W. T. Stewart, Sr., the Democratic nominee for state senator, is out campaigning the county. Dr. J. D. Campbell was a political visitor in Pahranagat valley last week. Colonel Gregory made a trip to Irish mountain with supplies for mining men. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lamb, Jr., has been seri ously ill the past week. M. A. Shumway has been employ ed at the Meadow View farm the past week, harvesting potatoes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jenkins have moved to Richardville and are now occupying the old A. J. Richard place. Louie and Fred Franks have re turned to the valley to spend the winter. Mrs. William Ilighee left Mon day for Wallsburg, I'tah, to visit wltli tier parents. Lawrence Sharp took a load of pork to Caliente last week. Geo. C. Stowell motored to Cal iente with a load of Pahranagat val ley produce. Spawn From Hatcheries K. W. Hunt of the Califronia Fish and Game commission is in Carson. With men from the Nevada com mission his experts will go to Mar eltte lake and Hobart creek to take spawn for the hatcheries at Verdi. KODAKS - -and Photo Supplies see CARMAN at the 1'ostoffiee RHEUMATISM AFTER HIS DAY'S OUTIXG Hunting Trip On a Wet Day Brings Painful Results Once upon a time Charles Mullen, of Philadelphia, went gunning. It was a dismal rainy day, and long ex posure to cold and wet brought on a severe attack of rheumatism. He was confined to his home. A friend recommended Sloan's Liniment, citing his own case as ev idence of its effectiveness. Mullen ; bought a bottle and applied it to! his aching limbs. Soon improvement was notised and he was able to re turn to his, business. Mr. Mullen writes: "Since the experience I have never been with-1 out Sloan's Liniment in the medi-' cine chest." You will find that it soothes bruises, sprains, toothache, J dan relieves back, neuralgia, in fact ' all external pains. At all druggists, 25c, 50c"and $1.00 a bottle. SERVICE TO CUSTOMERS It has always been our policy to heb customers save money, avoid waste, and get complete satisfaction i 1 the purchase of all kinds of building material. When they tell m lh?ir plans we tell them how to buy economically and what to us Wlu their plans are indef inite, we frequently make sugiu.iitu s that su.t the needs. Our Customers Are Friends because we are friends to them first, last and all the time. With a high quality for a fair price guaranteed, profits take care of them selves. Come in and get acquainted. GOOD GROCERIES ALWAYS AT H0DGES-C00K MERCANTILE CO. ANNOUNCEMENT To the people of Pioche I have just returned from selected the best line I could get, consisting of Men's and Boys' Clothing, and Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Give us a call before sending away, as we carry the best on the market WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD LEADER CLOTHING STORE E. KAHN, Proprietor HOT ENOUGH CHILDREN ever receive the proper balance ot food to suiucieutly nourish both body and brain during' the growing period when nature's demands are greater than in mature life. This is shown in so many pale faces, lean bodies, frequent colds, aud lack of ambition. For all such children we say with unmistakable earnestness: They need Scott's Kmulsion, and need it now. It possesses in concentrated form the very food elements to enrich their blood. It changes weakness to strength; it makes them sturdy and strong. No alcohol. Scott & Eowne, BloomEeld. N. J. PIOCHE ASSAY OFFICE E. C. D. Marriage Carl Austerman Tests for the Rarer Metals Organic Analyses a Specialty Prompt Work : Salt Lake Prices Pahranagat Valley THE GARDEN SPOT OF LINCOLN COUNTY Travelers by Auto to Irish Mountain, Groom, Las Vegas Stop at the- Richard Cash Store, RICHARDVILLE. (AImo. Nv.. P. O.) For Gasoline, Oil and Supplies. Good accommodations for travelers at the Red, White and Blue Ranch. and surrounding country the buying market, and W. L. POWELL Painting and Paper Hanging PIOCHE, NEVADA After the Movies go to MARTELLO'S A GENTLEMAN'S RESORT For a Cool Draught of Becker's Best Phone us at all hours" CALIENTE DRUG COMPANY CAPT.J0H!l SMITH ". POCAHCWTAj Our Motto Purity and Quality Anything you want in the Drug Line. Special attention given to orders sent by mail, which will be filled the day they are received. Reliability In Everything When in Caliente don't fail to visit our store; you are welcome. Wlirn in ned of Deeds, Mortals, Min ing Location notices and oilier blank forms send to the Record for them.