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THE PIOCHE RECORD
THE PIOCHE RECORD.
Published Every Friday by
Plorbe Reword Publbthinic Company.
A. A- Sherman Editor and Manager.
of Subscription:
nu Tur. In Advance $1.60
Sl-r Mnntha. in Advance 1-60
PIOCHE LODGE, NO.
Q 23, L O. O. F.
JJeeU every Tuesday even
In a? at S d. m. In the L O. O. f. Build
Inz ob Main Street. A. L. Stewart.
Noble Grand; A. A. Carman. Sec
MIRIAM REBEKAU lvODGE NO. 20
Pioche. Nevada. Meets every Thura-
dv at 7:10 p. m. at I. O. O. F. Hj.I1
All visiting brother and sisters are
cordially Invited to attend, isa
BELL EWINO, Noble Grand; MRS
ETHEL MIDDLETON. Secretary.
ST.
18.
JiilfV lilllfiK. NO.
A V. A. M.
V V MeeU at Masonic Hall. La
V cour Street, cn the 2d Satur
day of each month at 8 o'clock p. m
A. A. Carman. Worshipful Master
C. A. Thompson, Secretary.
W. W. STOCKHAM, M. Li
County Plihi tun
. anl Health nitli-er
PIOCHE, NEVADA.
McNAMEE & McNAMEE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
706 Delta Building, ,
Los Angeles, California, and
LAS VEGAS. - - NEVADA
. A. L. SCOTT
District Attorney Lincoln County
Mining Specialist
PIOCHE NEVADA
CLARENCE DEAN BREEZE
Attorney and Counsellor.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA.
SARAH IM OBERSTEG
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office In Bank Building
CALIENTE, - - - NEVA t,
H. E. FREUDENTHAL
NOTARY PUBLIC
PIOCHE - - - - NEVADA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Tenth judicial District Court
of the State of Nevada, In and tor
the County of Lincoln.
' In the Matter of the Estate of Raf-
faele Martello, Deceased.
January 27, 1919, A. L. Scott was
duly appointed Administrator of the
estate of Raffaele Martello, deceased.
In the above entitled Court, and
thereafter he duly qualified as such.
It is hereby ordered that all persons
having claims against said estate are
" roouired to file the same, with the
propflp. vouchers and statutory affida
vits attached, with the Clerk of the
above entitled Court, within three
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice.
A. L. SCOTT, Administrator.
First pub. Feb. 14; last pub. March
14, 1919. '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
lu the Tenth Judicial District Court
of the State of Nevada, in and for
the County of Lincoln.
In the Matter of the Estate of Obed
Edwin Hamblln, Deceased.
January 27, 1919, Guy F. Hamblln
was duly appointed Administrator of
the estate of Obed Edwin Hamblln,
deceased, In the above entitled Court,
and thereafter he duly qualified as
such. It is hereby ordered that all
persons having claims against said
state are required to file the same,
with the proper vouchers and statu
tory affidavits attached, with the
Farm Homes for
Our Soldier Boys
(roxTixi'tu kom vor. us"..t
Q. Would I be enlisted?
A. No ThU work l only for
men who nave in nnnunuij ui-
liarged Troni the service.
Q. What kind of work Is it?
A. The government will have
vork of all kinds in connection with
hese settlement!, from the highest
technical and clerical position to
hat of laborer.
Q. Now. how" about getting a
Snni out of this?
A After you have helped build
he dams t.nd canals, or cleared the
it-over land of stumps, or built the
litchca to drain the swamp land:
fter you have helped to erect houses
nd barns, built fenceB. construcii-1
uA and laid out townsttos. t. It
reamerlR, canneries, warehotiKe
ichools, etc.; after you have, in fHrt,
ictuall" reclaimed the land, the gov.
rtuuent will allow you to pick out
no of these farms planted In cropr
O.. Does the Fovernmetit give me
Ma farm for nothing?
A. No. And you wouldn't want lows:
he government to do It. ine pian
to arrange for you to pay for your
- omo in small payments over a
t of years, with interest
!:ar,;-'J -t the rate of 4 per cent pei
Q. !T.jw about stock and farm ini
lome ' ts?
A. It is planned mat me piivtm
lead aocept the beat employment
that now presents itself. You are
urged on your return home to gfct in
touch with the I'nited States employ
ment service in your locality and
with your local Council of Defense.
toth of which organizations will
gladlv give you advice and assist
ance in aecuring employment now.
Now fill out tho pontcard on the
hack page and mail it. You dou t
have to put a tnip on it. He sure
and sign your name aud wr.te r-lain-lr.
But reinemher that this means
work. This is not a bounty Hcot na.
It will give a chance to own a farm
only to those who want to work a
farm.
Savings Stamp
Quota $1,184,100
- NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Tenth Judicial District Court
of the State of Nevada, la and for
the County of Lincoln.
In the Matter of the Estate of Jack
Straaaer, Ieceaed.
January 27, 1919, A. L. Scott was
duly appointed Administrator of the
Estate of Jack Strasser, deceased, in
the above-entitled Court, and there
after he duly qualified as such. It Is
hereby directed that all persons hav
ing claims against said estate are re
quired to file the name, with the
proper vouchers and statutory affi
davits attached, with the Clerk of
the above-entitled Court, within
three months from the" date of the
first publication of this notice.
A. L. SCOTT.
Administrator.
January SO, 1919.
First Pub. Jan. 81, 1919.
Last Pub. Feb. 28. 1919.
Nevada must sell war savings and
thrift stamps aggregating $1,184,100
in the ten months remaining of 1919
If the state Is to fill the quota as
signed by wire from the Federal Re
serve bank to Fred L. White, state
director at Iteno. ,
The full text of the telegram fol-
MINERS
RANCHERS
"As war savings quota Is to be de-
tormlnprl tointlv with Liberty losn
and complete information as to bank ( claims against said estate are re-
XOTICE TO CREDITORS.
lu the Tenth Judicial District Court
of the State of Nevada, in and for
the County of Lincoln.
In the Matter of the Estate of Can-
dldo Bortolottl, Deceased.
January 27, 1919, A. L. Scott was
d.uly appointed Administrator with
the will annexed of the estate of Can.
dido Bortolottl, deceased, in the
above entitled Court, and thereafter
he duly qualified as such. It is here
by directed that all persons having
STOCKMEN
Who buy in large quantities can
have the benefit of our large-quantity
purchases. Bring in your ma
chine. We are at your service.
Hodges-Cook Mercantile Co.
resources not yet received, tentative quired
war savings auota In your state 13 ! proper
$1,184,100, subject to later adjust
ment."
"Lefs go from here," said Mr.
White in commenting on the new
nen't will also furnish you wtih the quota. "Last year we were assigned
to file the same, with the
vouchers and statutory af
fidavits attached, with the Clerk of
the above entitled Court, within three
months from the date of the first
publication of this notice.
A. L. SCOTT,
Ik' ;;: farm Imp:: the enormous sum of $2,225,680. of Administrator with the Will Annexed
lents, to Ve paid for by you in small which we raised $1,501,766.50, or
n,n'n. unranil nvr several yours about 68 per cent. Granting the. fact
Q Where will I get the money t.i that interest is not so keen as beforo
..i,l on ihPA Rmall oavnients? the armistice was signed, we ought to
A. You should be able to save the be able" easily to raise our smaller
mount of the first payment oui oi quota in
whi b working ior me
overnment helping to build these
nttiomont. The balance you should
a able to pay from the proceeds
rom the sale of your crops.
a I think I should like farm life
ut I don't like the Idea of being too
ar away from other people.
A. It is the plan, if congress pass--q
the hill now before it, to build
hat are known as community set-i.mont-!
!ch containing not less
i,nn 100 farm homes surrounding a
wn, so that you will have near
' Mghbors, good roads over which to
rim? vr-ur produce to town, aim a
arket for the sale of your produce
vithin a short distance of your farm
lome. f .
Q. How many acres will my farm
A. This will depend upon the lo
.nAn gml kind of farming you en
inm in For general farming fron
''a tn Rfi acres each, livestock from
n to 160 acres, fruit farms 15 to 20
teres and truck from f to 20 acres.
... q. I don't know anything about
farming, but would like to set 1
'Arm Vtrma How will I learn to
form?
, A. A competent Instructor in
arm practice will be stationed on
lach project to teach men like you
iust how to make a success oi ianu
Q. You say that this plan depends
-.n nnnPTBtlH TiaHSing thlS Dill. 1 Il!ll
,hv nro vou asking me these ques
tions now, before the bill is passed?
A. Because congress has askeu
he Interior department to make 8
reliminary Investigation of posHible
nttir.ifnts throughout tne country
nd also wishes to know whether, ii
"instruction of these settlements is
vuthorized, the soldiers, sailors and
.,.,.inu wnnlit he interested in se
curing work and homes on these set
-lumftnts.
Q. Can I get any further informa
about the plan?
A. Yes. Fill out the posicaru on
"Another fact to our advantage Is
the new scheme of combining l.id
erty loan and war savings credits
Last year Nevada oversubscribed
every loan from 50 to 100 per cent.
These oversubscriptions, if they couLl
have been credited against our W. s.
9. sales, would have put them, too,
away 'over the top.'
"War sfvinps committees tnrnufrn-
out the state are organizing for an
Intensive drive to get our quota
pledged at once'
NOTICE OF TIME OF PROVING
AVI M..
In the Tenth Judicial District Court
of the State of Nevada, in and for
Lincoln Countv.
In the Matter of the Estate of Eliza
Culvorwell, sometimes known as
and called Mrs, E. A. CulverweU,
Deceased. N
Notice is hereby given that Wed
nesday, the 12th day of March, 1919.
at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, ana
the Court Room of eatd Court at the
ourt House in the Town of Pioche
County of Lincoln, State of Nevada,
has been appointed as the time ami
dace for proving the Will of the
said Eliza CulverweU, sometimes
known as and called Mrs. E. A. out
vcrwell, deceased, and for the hear
ine "of. the Application of Charier,
CulverweU for the issuance to hini
nt Letters Testamentary therein.
Dated Pioche, Nevada, February
24. 1910.
EVA DOLAN, Clerk.
P. R. McNAMEE,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Date first pub. 2:28:19.
Date last pub) 3:7:19.
Clerk of the above entitled Court,
within three months from the date lhe la8t page 0 this booklet and mail
of the first publication of this notice.
" GUY P. HAMBLIN. Administrator.
First pub. Feb. 14: last pub. March
14, 1919.
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public AVators
of the State of Nevada.
Application No. 5372.
Notice Is hereby given that on the
15th day of January, 1919, in ac
cordance with Section 69, Chapter
140, of the Statutes of 1913, one
Frank A. Thorley, of Panaca, County
of Lincoln, and State of Nevada,
made application to the State Engi
neer of Nevada for permission to ap
propriate the public waters of the
State of Nevada. Such appropria
tion is to be made from flood waters
of the watershed leading into upper
Dry lake, at a point in the SWA SE
Sec. 35, T. 1 S.. R. 64 E., M. D.
B. ft M., by means of dam and reser
voir, and 50 acre feet per annum is
to be conveyed to SW SWV4, Sec.
1, and NW NW, Sec. 12, T. 2 S.,
R. 64 E., M. D. B. & M., by means
of ditches, and there used for stock
watering purposes. Water not to be
returned to stream.
Signed: SEYMOUR CASE,
State Engineer.
Date of first pub., Jan. 31, 1919.
Date of last pub., Feb. 28, 1919.
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public Waters
' of the State of Nevada.
Application No. 5371.
Notice is hereby given that on the
15th day of January, 1919, in accord
ance with Section 69, Chapter 140,
' of the Statutes of 1913, one Frank
A. Thorley, of Panaca, County of Lin
coln, and State of Nevada, made ap
plication to the State Engineer of
Nevada for permission to appropri
ate the public waters of the State of
Nrvana. Such appropriation is to be
made from floodwaters of the water
shed of Black Canyon an.l its tribu
taries, at a point in the SW of NW
K, Sec. 24, T. 2 S., R.-64 E., M. D.
B. ft M by means of dams and res
ervoir, and 10 acre feet per annum
! to be conveyed to the SWVt NW
M, Seo 24, T. 2 8., R. 64 E M. D.
B. ft M., by means of ditches, and
there used for stock watering pur
poses. Water not to be returned to
stream. "
Signed: SEYMOUR CASE,
State Engineer.
Date of first pub., Jan. 31, 1919. '
Date of last pub., Feb. 2a, 1919.
t Tt rlnfisn't reoutre any postage
your name will then be on file in the gerved
nterior aeparimeni, so mm "
e notified later if the plan is starv
id'. It is not possible now to say
,vhen this information can be sent
,i onrt Vflll Khould. Of COUTSO, 111
the 'meantime not sit idly by, but In
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
S4NT VR MINING COMPANY
Pur th. Year Ending December 81, 1918.
, .oiii i "'jr. bereiiifciii, tou)
o( Clark, 8tt of NeTd.
DEBIT.
December 81, 1917, to cash on hand$ None
T') assessment collected during 1918 None
Amount received from other sources 887.00
CREDIT.
Paid labor, supplies and general es-
nense 687.00
Pnid dividends in year 1918 ' None
Bulnnce on hand December 81. 1918 None
Sinned: B. MACEEADY, Secretary.
Address: 607 H. W. Hellman Bidu., Los
Angeles. California.
first pub. 2 28-19; last pub. 8-21-19.
A rtm Kh STATEMENT.
ATliAXTA-HOMH GOJ,D MINIXO CO.
fur the Year Endin December 31. 1918.
Location of prooerty, Allanta, County of
Lincoln, State of Nevada.
DEBIT.
December 81, 1917, cash on hand. .None
Amount received from other sources il..
CKEDIT.
Pnid labor, supplies anl general ex-
'1HCS Si,70B.J
Slanted : M. JUSTICE, Secy.
Address: 708. Delta Building, Los Angeles,
Cb'ifornia. ... .1
Kirat Pb. 2-21-19: last put). s-M-iw.
SUMMONS.
In the Tenth Judicial District Court
of the State of Nevada, In and for
Lincoln County.
Vance K. Wells, Plaintiff, vs. Marie
Ka"thrine Wells, Defendant.
The State of Nevada Sends Greeting
to Said Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within ten days after the ser
vice upon you of this summons, if
in said County, or within
twenty days if served out of . said
County, but within said Judicial Dis.
trict, and in all other cases within
forty days (exclusive of thr day of
service), and defend the above-enti
tied action.
This action is brought, to recover
a judgment dissolving the contract
of marriage existing between you and
the Plaintiff, on the ground of ex
treme cruelty, the particulars of
which more fully appear in Plaintiff's
verified complaint on file herein and
to which you are hereby referred
And you are further notified that un
less you appear as .above required
default will be entered against you
and Plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in said complaint.
Dated Pioche, Nevada, January 27,
1919.
(Signed): EVA DOLAN,
Cierk of the Tenth Judicial District
Court of the State of Nevada, in
and for Lincoln County.
SARAH 1MOBERSTEG,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Date of First Publication, Feb. 21,
1919.
Date of Last Publication, April 4,
1919.
First pub. Feb. 14; last pub. March
14, 1919.
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public Waters
of the State of Nevada.
Application No. 5393.
Notice is hereby given that on the
17th day of February, 1919, in ac
cordance with Section 69, Chapter
140, of the Statutes of 1913. J. L.
Sharp and H. L. Sharp, of Alamo,
County of Lincoln, and State
of Nevada, made application to the
State Engineer of Nevada for permis
sion to appropriate the public waters
of the State of Nevada. Such appro
priation is to be made from Sheep
Mountain Dry Lake, Reservoir No. 1,
at a point in the NW of NE, Sec.
8, T. 11 S., R. 59 E., M. D. B & M.(
unsurveyed land, by means of ditches
and reservoir, and one cubic foot per
second is to be conveyed to NW of
NEU, Sec. 8, T. 11 S..R. 69 E., M.
D. B. & M.,' unsurveyed land, by
means of ditches, and there used for
stock watering purposes. Water not
to be returned to stream.
Signed: SEYMOUR CASE,
State Engineer.
First pub. 2:21:19; last 3:21:19.
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public Waters
of, the State of Nevada.
Application No. 5392.
Notice is hereby given that on the
17th day of February, 1919, in ac
cordance with 'Section 69, Chapter
140, of the Statute- of 1913, J. L.
Sharp and H. L. Sharp, of Alamo,
County of Lincoln, and State of Ne
vada, made application to the State
Engineer of Nevada for permission to
appropriate the public waters of the
State of Nevada. Such appropriation
is to be made from Sheep Mountain
Dry Lake, Reservoir No. 2, at a point
in the NW of SW, Sec. 26, T. 11
S R. 58 E., M. D. B. & M., unsur
veyed land, by means of ditches and
reservoir, and one cubic feot per sec
ond is to be convened to NW4 of
SW, Sec. 20, T. 11 S., R. 58 E.,
M. D. B. & M., by means of ditches,
Lincoln Transportation and Fuel Co.
DODGE arid FORD CARS
Automobile Livery to All Points.
Hauling of All Kinds.
PIOCHE, NEVADA
R. R. ORR, Mgr.
PIOCHE MEAT MARKET
II. I. OLIXGHOUSE, Manaicer.
CHOICE MEATS
BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY, FRUIT VEGETABLES
COUKTESY
PIOCHE - -
AND PROMPT
SERVICE IS OCR MOTTO.'
- - NEVADA
Bank of Pioche, Inc.
Pioche, Nev.
Capital Stock
$25,000.00
& LEE
CALIENTE, NEVADA
m. d. b. & m., by means or ditches, mi li. l.nr jhi
and there used for stock waterin. The Complete Grocery and Meat Mar-r
nurnnafia Wafav Tint t r to ratiiTnart I '
ket for the Entire County. Try
the Famous Jevne's Bread.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
DKT.AMAR EXPLORATION COMPANY
Kor th Y.nr EiiUiug December 81, 191.
I.jcatiun of property, t'eririMon MiniiiK Dis
trim, County of .Lincoln, Suite of Nevada.
DKBIT.
nnmUr 81. 1917. rash on hand.. None
Amount received from other oureesW.7TS.01
CHKOIT.
l'nid labor, supplies aol eiieral ex
iim . . i ,$1,1.19.1
Balance on hand December 81, 1!1 t,035.8B
Mieued: HERBERT KOHEN,
(Seal) Secretary.
Address: 161 8. Main Street, Salt Lake
Ci'v. Utah.
First pub. 2 21-19 ; last pub. 8 14-19.
purposes, water not to be returned
to stream.
Signed: SEYMOUR CASE,
State Engineer.
First pub12 : 2 1 09; last3 : 2 lj 1 9 .
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public Waters
of the Stat4 of Nevada.
Application No. 6331.
Notice Is hereby given that on the
3rd day of December, 1918, in ac
cordance with Section 59, Chapter
140, of the Statutes of 1913, C. I.
Wadsworth & Bros., of Alamo, Coun
ty, of Lincoln, and State of Nevada,
made application to the State Engi
neer of Nevada for permission to ap
propriate the waters of the Stale of
Nevada. Such appropriition is to
be made from Lost Springs, at a point
which bears N 00 22' W. 30950 feet
from the west quarter corner of Sec.
6, T. 4 S., R. 69 E M. D. B. & M-
by means of pipes, and one-tenth
cubic foot per Becond is to be con
veyed to a point which bears N. 00
22' W. 30950 feet from the west
quarter corner of Sec. 6, T. 4 S , It.
59 E., M. D. B. & M., by means of
pipes and troughs, and there used
for stock watering and domestic pur
poses. Water not to be returned to
stream.
Signed: SEYMOUR CASE,
State Engineer,
Date of first pub., Feb. 7. 1919.
Date of last pub., Men. 7, 1919.
GEORGE DOROTHY
The Barber
LAUNDRY AGENCY
and
POOL ROOM, BATHS
Plorhe, i : : Nevada
CALIENTE DRUG CO.
OUR MOTTO: "Purity and Quality"
Now in the NEW SMITH BLOCK.
New goods arriving daily. We sup
ply all your needs. MAIL ORDERS.
Old and New Customers Invited to
make this Btore their Caliente head
quarters CALIENTE, NEV.
Notice of Application for Permission
to Appropriate the Public Waters
" of the State of Nevada.
Application No. 6319.
Notice is hereby given that on the
21st day of November, 1918, in ac
cordance with Section 69, Chapter
140, of the Statutes of 1913, C. I.
Wadsworth & Bros., of Alamo, Coun
ty of Lincoln, and State of Nevada,
made application to the -State Engi
neer of Nevada for permission to ap
propriate the public waters of the
State of Nevada. Such appropriation
The Ogden
Soft Drinks
Pioche, Nev.
ANNUAL STATEMENT.
BAMBEUOER EXPLORATION COMPANY
For the Year Ending December 31, 191 S.
Location of property, Ely nd Jack Rabbit
Mining District, County of Lincoln, Stat of
Nevada,
DEBIT.
December 81, 1917, Treas. overdraft2,9T1.6l
Amount received from other ourcet 696.01
2.8T4.T
CREDIT.
Paid labor, aunnlles and ceneral e-
Densea and tale. . 802.22
nn1tni nn hand Deramber 81. 1918.
Treas. overdraft 2,o76.98
Hlirned: J. B. BEAN, Secy
Address: 11 Main St., Salt Lake City,
Utah.
Firat pub. t-il'-lB; last pub. 3 14-1.0.
SUMMONS, "
The Tenth Judicial District Court, in
and for Lincoln County, State of
Nevada.
Daisy A. Beeson, Plaintiff, vs. James
O. Beeson, Defendant.
The State of Nevada sends Greet
ing to said Defendant: You are
hereby summoned to appear within
ten days after the service upon you
of this Summons, if served within
said County, or within twenty days
if served out of said County, but
within said Judicial District, and in
all other cases within forty days (ex
clusive of day of service!, and de
tend the above entitled action.
Date December 7th, A. D. 1918.
W. A. DENTON,
Clerk of Said Court.
By LENA J. FRANKS,
Deputy.
This action is brought to recover
a Judgment dissolving the contract
of marriage existing between you
and the plaintirr.
F. R. McNAMEE,
i Attorney for Plaintiff.
First Pub. Jan. 24th, 1919.
Last Pub. March 7th, 1919.
Notice of Application for Permission is to be made from Rye Grass Spring,
to Appropriate the Public Waters I at a point which bears S. 21 83' W
of the State of Nevada.
Application No. 6332.
Notice is hereby given that on the
3rd day of December, 1918, in ac
cordance with Section 69, Chapter
140. of the Statutes of 1913, C. I.
Wadsworth & Bros., of Alamo, Coun
ty of Lincoln, and State of Nevada,
made application to the State Engi-
10253 feet from the quarter corner
on the west side of Sec. 6, T. 4 S., R.
69 E., M. D. B. & M by means of
pipes, and one-tenth cubic foot per
second is to be conveyed to a point
which bears S. 21 33' W. 10200 feet
from the quarter corner on the west
side of Sec. 6, T. 4 S R. 69 E., M.
D. B. & M., by means of pipes and
neer of Nevada for permission to ap- troughs, and there used for stock and
proprlate the public waters of the
State of Nevada. Such appropriation
is to be made from Willow Spring, at
a point which bears N. 2. 18' W.
29250 feet from the west quarter
corner of Sec. 6, T. 4 S., R. 69 E
M. D. B. & M., by means of pipes.
and one-tenth cubic foot per second
is to be conveyed to a point which
bears N. 2 18' W. 29250 feet from
the west quarter corner of Sec. 6, T.
4 S R. 69, E., M. D. B. & M., by
means of pipes and troughs, and
there used for stock watering and
domestic purposes. Water net to La
returned to stream.
Signed: SEYMOUR CASE,
, State Engineer.
Date of first pub., Feb. 7, 14)19.
Date of last pub., Men. 7, 1919.
domestic purposes. Water not to be
returned to stream.
Signed: SEYMOUR CASE.
State Engineer.
Date of first pub., Jan. 31, 1919.
Date of last pub., Feb. 24, J 919.
Mountain View
HOTEL
Mrs. J.. R. COOK, Propr.
First-Class Accommodations at
Reasonable Ratea.
DINING ROOM In Connection.
Everything Modern.
Located next to Court House,
PIOCHE, NEV.
REWARD.
The undersigned will pay the following ve
wards for information leading to the arrest
and conviction of any person or persons for
the crime of, grand larceny for stealing the
herein named stock in Nevada and owned by
any member of the undersigned Association,
to-wit; r00.00 for stealing cattle.
1 100.00 tor stealing horses.
Reward to be paid upon oonvioiiim i)d
inmrisonment in State Prison.
This reward revocable at any time by un
dersigned by posting notice in three (S) pub
lic placea In Esmeralda County, Nevada.
Dated: February 8, 1910.
SOUTHERN NEVADA CATTLE OWNERS'
ASSOCIATION, OoldBeld, Nevada.
KODAKS
AND
Photo Supplies
SEE
CARMAN
AT THE POSTOFFICB.
HENRY BOWLING
Contractor and Builder
ErtlnMiea Made on
All Kind of Work. ..; '.'
PIOCHE, . t i NEVADA

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