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THE PIOCFIE RECORD
. : 5.' I ! it.': ; i ' i t 'v..;- 5 , , r 1 t .1,1 : '; ! : '. ! I t " I f "'I i i i 3 t i' 'if. '"'I 1 ? K ; ' -i- V ' f ti l f. 4 ' ' j IJ.'t V 'iii 1 '( f J 1 . vt ri ' i " V3 4 k M ' -t ) . J ' JO! t p.- V4 J THE PIOCHE RFORD. riorb llrmrrl lublibioK Company, A. A- Sherman Editor nd Manager. Trrm i-f 8afcr!ptJo: Oit Year, is A1t;ic........$J."9 81s Moiiiha, Jn Adtanf 1.6t J' I HUE LODGE. Ka C S 2S, L o. a F. ct etery Tuesday tmi Inc at I D. m. In the L O. O. F. tnlld lac on Mala Street. A. L. Stewart. N.-ble Grand; A. A. farmaL. tec . st. jonx UW.K, SO. 18, v - f. a. y. X X kWta at Mawi.lc Hall. La- cour "treet. on Ui .A Satnr dar f each month at n'clo-- p. t A A. Carman. Worb!pful Master; C. A. Thompaon, Secretary. MIRI IM Ki:KkH I.UIN.K . SB. floihf, Nv. V-t rvrry Thursday t ; 10 p. m. at I. . K. Hall. All visum- lrthr and lftra are rordiailjr tnvitvd to attrnl itr lrlora Hulf, Nobla iirand; Mr. Klhrl lliddirton. trrtarv Ml? PA II 11 tPTKK, l. t . I.ODCP. No. 1. I'lmha. Nrv. Mrrl iwond and fourth dndy of vai-h month at t.Sit at alasonle Hull. All lulling biothar and l(t r lnl(d to at trnd. KTHK1. 1MTTS. Worthy Matron. MAGGIE CAMl'IIKLU S rctary. A. I- M OTT DlaUirt Attorney lincoln Count Mining Specialist PIOCIIB NEVADA CKRE'f'K DF.AX URKF2E Attorney and Connaellor. LAS VEGAS. NEVADA. MrXAMEK & McXAMEK ATTOK K! AT l.V rioch. Nev. Vettaa. Navj 41I-1J Tar. Rlec. Itlji. Loa Anceles. SAKAII lMOKERSTEG ATTOKXEY AT LAW Utitce In Bank Bulldlna: CALIENTE. ... NEVADA H. K. FRKl DEXTIIAL -NOTARY ri'BUC PI0C11E .... NEVADA DR. J. II. HASTINGS I'HTSICIAN" AND St'RGEON rioohc. Nrvada Marko Bacic BOOT AXD SHOK RKHAIHI.VG Meadow Valley Street. Ploche, Nevada. .Xetlr af aallratUa far IVriaiaaUa te Appraarlale the tbll Vaiera ( the State ( Nevada. Application No. Si it Notice la hereby given that on the tJrd day of Jun. 11. In accordance with Section ii. Chapter 140. of the Statutes of 1S1J. Clark Huff and Henry 1. Gunderaon. of Atlanta. County of Lincoln, and State of Nevada, made ap plication to the State ngineer of Ne vada for permission to appropriate the Eublie waters of the State of Nevada, uch appropriation Is to be made from Stiver Vark Spring-, at a point which bear & S ttf W. 417 feet from V. & Mineral Monument No. 1. Silver Park Mining District, unsurveyed land, by means of a ditch, and two-twentieths cubic foot per second Is to be conveyed to a point which bears S. S W. ltoo feet from l S. Mineral Monument No. I. Silver tark Mininv District, bv mean of ditches and troughs, and there used for stock watering and do mestic purposes. Water not to be re turned to stream. Sixned: J. tl. SCKfOHAM. State Ensjneer. First pub. Aug. 1: last Aur I. 1M. 'tlee ef Aaplleatlaa tar PeratUala te Appropriate the Fablte Water ( the Slate ef .Nevada Application No. 5t J Notice is hereby aiven that on the th day of July. 11. in accordance with Section ii. Chapter 140. of the Statutes of 1MJ, one James Rvan. of CaUente, 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- grlatioa la to be made from Boulder prlng. at a point which bears N. 10 . 1Si feet distant from the N. V. Township corner of T. S S-. R. T E.. M. D. R A M . unsurveyed land, bv means of pipe line, and one-twentieth cubic foot per second is to be conveved to a point which bears N. T W. 4iI4 feet distant from the N. V. Township cor ner clT.ti.RtlK.lL D. B. M by means of pipes and tanks, and there used for stock watering and domestic purpose. Water not to be returned to stream. Signed: J. O. SCRUGHAM, State Engineer. First puh Aqg 1: last Sept 1?. 1. XOT1CE FOR FrBLICATlOX. . Serial No. OSTil. U. S. Land Office at Carson Cltv. Ne vada, August T. 11. Notice is hereby given that William pwyer. of Ursine. Nevada, who. on September SO J14. made Homestead Entry. No. a$fl. for SW V NEV. Sec tion S Township J North. Range East. Mount Diablo Meridian, has filed nonce of Intention to make Three Jear Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Eva Do lan. Clerk of the Court, at Ploche. Ne- JfA ?.? th ,vUh d4T f September. 11 1. Claimant name as witnesses: , me N. Hotllnger. of Vrsine. Ne vada: Sam Hollinser. of Crstne. Neva- S";,,4!? ,tr,1 or I""'". Nevada; W 111 lam D. Vk arren. of Vrsln. Nevada. SHORE R J. ROGERS. Register First pub. Aug 11: last Sept 1. 1. Kotle of AppUewttoa fer Permtaaiea to AprtrUt the lkUe Water ef th State ef -Nevada Application No. Hit Notice Is hereby given that on the 1 . V iY ot June. lils. la accordance with Section 5. Chapter 14. of the Statute of mj. C. L Wadsworth. Si W. Stewart and John W. Wedge, of Al amo. County of Lincoln, and Stat of Nevada, made application to the Stat Engineer of Nevada tor permission to appropriate th public water of th Stat of Nevada. Such appropriation is to be mad from Crescent Spring, at a point which bear S. Jl tr W. JliO feet from the west Quarter corner of Sec I t I i. R. H E . M. D. R A M . by mean of pipes, and one-twentieth cubic foot per second Is to be conveyed to a point which bear & Jl ty W IS feet from the wt quarter corner v k A . . z. 9 y JO. JL. fci. M.. by means of pipe and troughs, and th uA fn. ..J AMa.i .. pose. Water not to be returned to Stream. Signed: J. O. SCRVGHAM. Stat Engineer. First pub. Aug" IS: last Sept. 1. 1. Hot lee 1 Applieaitaeai for rVmlaal to Appropriate tk Pwbrte Water of the State ( .Nevada Application No. 5ii4 Notlc ta hereby given that oa th 11th day of August. 1J1. la accordance with Section i. Chapter 14, of the Statutes or 1J1J, oa ttm. CulvrwlL of Calient. County of Lincoln, and Stat of Nevada, mad application to th Stat Engineer of Nevada for per mission ta appropriate ta puotic wa tra f th Stat of Nevada. Such ap proprlat loa Is to be mad from Mead- w valley stream, at a point tn the SEVk of SEV. Sec l. I. I &. R. T E . M. T. R M. by mean of a dam, and a cubic foot per second ta to bo con yyd to WUXEH. Sec 51. SW SE4 Sec ta. T. S S.. R. 17 E 1L Sl & a M. by meaa of ditches, and there used for Irrigation purpose, from February ISth uatll December lat of each year. 'Water not to b ret urn d to atrwam. J. d. SCRrGHANf St.t Knglar. Vtmt b. Ac IS; last Sept. IS, 111. Veterans Subdued on Return Home lion.! After months t,f absence In a foreign UnJ ar.d after n.onlhs of homrilrk waiting foiloalnif the sign ing of th armmtice. the .i!d.er saU from a lraue and aii-n :.."e and r again the aline of Ne 4 vt - iia Ibuuunil hard-U.i;d .!;er ii the mt tm mu iv ui hjirt-or. each uldirr fueling the tlKhlrnin of th home tie Hut-v ith iuiigin tK.Utfhts h .iiiir i utdu-d Ha e for the lest to comraitr. uttrrrd to ctrrr and to hide the littir-Uy hrrt f.Uering unlwconnnglv to -wneJ ttrran. "th. h.rii.l.i !ri (UVI' Then tomeii the tr.or's boat, break ing th strain, to ri. me the men to homeland that they f..uht to sawr The hi!.tlr. the salute, the r all snd -V rlcomr. ' ar.d th-n The nering of the home-boat brings th cioriuus Hed t'ri'M workers cl'e rR.uich to pass personal welcome with the little tvkrns thry bring. Xfiirj, gum. chmolate. cigarettes, oranu-, candirs n.agically nil the soldiers hard and the little gifts of loe ar- received aith shouted thanks. jofi. turmoil and much happy conf ui.m. And then from the deck of the wel coming boat comes the train if music as the big bra band of nitv pieces (lay the welcome. As the s .Ui.ers get the sound they quiet into stiff ',.turi and listen to the melody. Lut with minds, vivid, miles away. The tune is Home. Sweet Hnme." and when the band has softly finished the vt-ieran men and officer;! the "hAni-Woiled tui" are reduced to awkward chil dren and big men wipe tear away. Months later, when the conversation turns to th return, the men. hard boiled again, speak rketchily about It. hiding the beautiful truth and reveal ing it In some sentence, a, for In stance. 'Boy! The first three hour cf the return were worth all the months In France'"' Oppertaalfy fer Wait Mra ta Araay Governor Emmet D. Boyle has Issued a proclamation calling attention of all young men of Nevada who are consid ering their future course to the manr advantages which are offered at Camp Lewis and other training camps which are still operating, for the obtaining of perhaps the most practical and useful training and education in all icli!ti' of life that have ever been pitted within their reach by any branch cf the government. The foregoing suggestions are mads to call attention to the radical chsnse.t which have come over the army in con nection with the trainiiig of enlisted men In the last four years. This change is so extensive and the oppor tunities offered are of such value mat no young man particularly on cf limited means should make a decis ion as to his future course without making an earnest inquiry into tue opportunities which the governmtet now offers to him through the medium of enlistment in the regular army of the I'nited States. War HUk laaaraaee Shald Ceatlaae Hundreds of thousands of discharged soldiers and sailors have dropped their government Insurance. Some have dropped it because between th time of their discharge and the time of going back to work in peaceful pursuits their money was short and the premium could not be met. Others dropped it because they did not know how to keep it up. A few perhaps dropped it because they did not know it could be continued after the war was over. But no man who dropped his insurance knows what It will mean to him and to his family in after life. In fairness to himself each soldier and sailor should study th meaning of insur ance. Any question will be answered by the bureau of war-risk insurance at Washington or by writing to vour own agent. Congressman Charles K. t.vans. w ashtnston. I. C. "vour case will be handled without anv cost to you by his experienced office. Be fair to yourself. Organisation far Needy Service Mew Headquarters of the Reno chapter of the American Legion have been opened at lieno. with Harry Z. Drew as executive secretary, who will take care of needy service men. secure them employment, attend to insurance and handle alt executive business of the organisation. Tonopah has adopted the same plan. Carson City and Elv have posts. State Commander Scru gham has c'W.ermined" upon an intens ive campaign for new posts and ex pects to have every community in the state soon within the service organiza tion. Apples, oranges and grapefruit at the Pioch Meat Market. Pm- Pocket Nxki st Drtia- So IS cents a package Caaaeta ar ao-'.i anrywarra m nanOaVay aeawi swKie of 20 ejaraee- r tmm ptkst (JCO ajamaa) aa a Ihsm.i,.-. esved carAxa. H rran4 nae, caansn W titr cartm W (A Aocn r an np&jt r w jaao jro tra t II V- wi a"wx fs v r a 4- a y-w Week of Aug. 12: Th weather bureau crop bulletin for 1 th Part He coast district for th we ending August 12 uvi that a hortay of water for irrigation purpose daily becoming mor pronounced i:. portion of Ca.ifornia. Nevada. Idar. Washington and Oregon. The but i : the winter wheat has t-en harvestej and the Jield on the whole wer bel ter than rx;ected. I'mrrigated pota toes and truck crops are suitenng fro- . drought In Nevada, orexon and Cal. fornia. Th alfalfa seed crop in Ar -sona 1 the best known in sever : years. Having is nearly finished the southern portion of th distrt -and baling la in active progress. A -falf has suffered greatlv from drougr' in I'tah. northeastern Nevada and por tions of California. The ranges have Improved great! In Arizona, considerably in eastern L'ta . and sl-ghtly in portions of Idaho ar. : Washington. Hange have deteriora' ed mure or less elsewhere-, though dr feed in most cases is holding out we;, and stock Is generally in good cond -tion. In fruit the apricot harvest drawing t. a close in California ar. 1 an excellent crop of peacuea Is bem. canned and dried Apple are vleldir well In Nevada and they are grow nicely In ldah. Washington and Ore gon. Pears and peaches are beir, marketed in Increasing quantities i:; Washington. Oregon and California. From Keno The scarcity of a at. -continues, especially tn the nnrtneas' ern section. whre all crops have suf fered greatly. W heat, barley, oats an.! alfalfa are fair to good in other por tions of the state. Spring wheat i rlpening rapidly and harvesting h.i been started in the earlier vallevs. P. -tatoes ar suffering much from drougr- truck crops good, apples yieldin well. Ranges continue dry hut feed generally surficient in the wet ar. ! south portions. Little Msrlea Seat In by . B. . Wambolt river jumps out of a sprier So one can walk around the river. It s live feet wide and four fe-i deep. And gosh, the nsh that's in it! Jay Christian was fishing. George Frank was fishing. n- on each side of North creek. What they thought was North creek But it wasn't. They were lost And catching Wambolt s fish. And one of them, excited, fished I'p one side and down the other. Not noticing that he had passed The beginning of the river. And hi-n he met his partner He asked htm how he crossed. His partner asked him how fc. Jumped. And they were sorry for the other That each should tell such stories, I'ntil they discovered Wambolt. A B. C. Waf" a pine. s p.ny cs'oee. .NOTICE FOR PtBLICATIOX. Serial No. 14. t. S Land Ottice at Carson City, Ne vada. August T, 11. Notice is hereby given that Junius L. Wadsworth. of Panaca. Nevada, who. on July 51. ISIS, made Desert-Land Entry. No. 014. for NW4 SEi. SWV, NEV Section IT. Township 2 South. P.ange v East. Mount Diablo' Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Proof, to establish claim to th i land above described, before Eva Do- lan. Clerk of the Court, at Pioche. Ne vada, on the lth day of September. I ll. Claimant names as witnesses: ! William Heaps, of Panaca. Nevada George Hicks, of Panaca. Nevada: Ben ' F. Vadswor:h. of Panaca, Nevada ; Geo. L Edwards, of Panaca. Nevada, j SHOBER J. ROGERS. Register, i first t'lib A'i'j 1': Vt Sept 12. 1 Notlee ef tpplleation for Permission to tpproprinte the Public Water ef the State ef Nevada. Application No. 531 Notice is hereby tciven that on the 21st day of July. lsls. in accordance with Section 5s. Chapter 140, of the Statutes of 1913. one David Charles Empev. of Atlanta. County of Lincoln, and State cf Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission to appropriate the public waters of the State of Nevada. Su.-h appropriation Is to be made from W inte Creek and us tributaries, at a point in the NWi of SW i. of Sec 10 T. N. R. ti E.. M D B. A M.l bv means of a dam. and 0.375 cubic feet per second is to b? convevd to E '- NWV Sec. 15. E4 SWi,. NW V SW V Sec. l-. NEi. SE'-. NEV Sec 9 T N . R. a M. D. B. & M.. bv means of ditches, and there used for Irriga tion and domestic purposes from April 1st until November 15th of each year. Water not to be returned to stream Signed. J. G. SCRUGHAM, State Engineer. Ft-s? rn.K .vjg g?; last Sent 19. 191. They Win You On Quality! Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great because their refreshing flavor and fragrance and mellowness is so enticingly different. You never tasted such a cigarette I Bite is elimi nated and there is a cheerful absence of any unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or any un pleasant cigaretty odorl Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are smooth and mild, but have that desirable full body and certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straightl Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then Compare them with any cigarette in the world at flavor, satisfaction. No matter how liberally you smoke Camels they will not tire your taste t R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. V.lostoa-Saiem, N. C. InvMv C?a a r4- - 1 v r I Serious Fire Loss Fir of unknown origin completely drat ro Jed the home of Mr. Susan Wadsworth at Alamo last Monday eve ning, causing a loss of between I2.0u and i. . a there was no insuranc and nothing wa saved. Tne lire broke out at 11 o'clock while ;th family were attending a dance and : wnen tirat en tike building wa In a 1 mass of rlf.aine. No light had been ; left burning and the origin of the bias cannot be. conjectured- When the neighbor reached the burning i t uildsng nothing could t done, a the ' tiame had enveloped th entire struct ure by that time. ! The Wadsworth home will be remem- 1 be red a the buildmg on the left side 'ut as the road turn from the east -ide of the vailey into Alamo. Mra. i Susan Wadsworth Is a sister of Mrs. .John W. Wedge and the Wadsworth brothers ar well known throughout 1 ' he county. The news reached Pioche the following day and brought out Irranv expression of sympathy for the family. II U'SE AND FOUR LOTS FOR SALE. The Cole house, opposite the court , house, in Pioche: rooms: $250 cash , ' -r ;ukk sale. Write or phone W. A. ; DENTON'. Caiiente. Nev. New beets, new cabbage and other i fresh vegetables on special sale today J at th Pinch Market. ! ?ifte TtaynM te Drue1 Sore. . N el lee t Application for Permission t Impropriate (he Pablie Water l th I tate ( Nevada. Application No. olio' NotKe Is hereby given that on the ! !3th day of August. 11. in accordance 'uh Section av. Chapter 11". of "the Statutes of 1SIJ. one John F. Wamboldt f Geyser. County of Lincoln, and State 'if Nevada, made application to the State Engineer of Nevada for permission ) appropriate the public waters of the State of Nevada. Such appropriation is to be made from Edwards Springs, at a int in the SlVi, of NEV Sec. 12. T. ' N . R. 6i E.. M. D. B si M., by means . -f dams, and 4.0 cubic feet per second :s to w convevea to scs. Zo. 3i. si Sec. 24. T V. R. iT) E.. Sees. 30. 31. NS c. 1. T N.. R. E.. Sees. 1, 12, wc. i i. t. t it. s t... sees. . 7 N Sc. IS. T N.. R. Hi E . M. D. B. A , M . by means of canals, ditches and : lunifi, and there used for irrigation ! md domestic purposes from April until ; "ctober of each year. Water not to be returnee: to stream. Signed: ! J. G. SCRUGHAM. State Engineer. ! e irst "uh A'jg l;t Sept. l. 11 HIS OLSON CALIEXTE. XEV. MONEY SAVING VALUES IN GROCERIES, MEATS, HARDWARE AND TINWARE Irtish Vegetables In Season. Pioche Assay Office PRICE i Gold. Silver and Lead $10') Silver and Copper ' x 5,j Silver only ' '75 Complete Analysis ............., 5.ji) ner rent Diaeaaat Aceeant ever KM.) per aaeath. o Per rrat Diaeoaint en Aeeoaat aver JiOJI.wo a,, aaealh. ORE SHIPMENTS HANDLED. LCD. MARRIAGE MANAGER, any price for quality, EATMG! All staples are carried constant ly and we also carry a more com plete line of delicacies than many realize. Look over the edibles se lected for you and at mealtime think of our store service. Hodoes-CooK Mercantile Co. Liberty RonA taken at par ply on accounts. Lincoln Transportation and Fuel Co. DODGE and FORD CARS A new shipment of FORD CARS XOW IX STOCK. They are the latest Ford models. Place your orders XOW, as these cars will soon be din. posed of. Automobile Livery to All Points. Hauling of All Kinds. PIOCHE, NEVADA R. R. ORR, Mgr. You Work Hard for Money Open a Checking Account With Us and Save More of It Bank of Pioche, Inc. Pioche, Nev. STORAGE GET VOl U CAR IX OUT OF THE WEATHER. WE HAVE ROOM FOR SEVERAL MORE CARS. THE STORAGE PRICE IS $3.00 PER MOXTH. THIS IX CLUDES KEEPING VOI R TIRES AT THE PROPER PRESSURE, YOUR RADIATOR FULL, AXD YOUR BATTERY "WATERED." OUR BUILDING IS PR4C TICALLY FIREPROOF. ARROWHEAD GARAGE Amsden Bros. L. L. Burt. F. H. Denton. UNDERH1LL GARAGE Burt & Denton, Proprietors. CALIEXTE. NEV. Special Trips to Any Part of South .em Nevada. Daily Trips To. Pioche And Intermediate Points. AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING A SPE CIALTY. Gas, Oils, Greases. Day and Night Storaga SeM.ee. KODAKS AND Photo Supplies SEE CARMAN AT THE POSTOFFICE. GEORGE DOROTHY The Barber LAUXDRY AGENCY POOL ROOM, BATHS ' : Nevada CALIENTE DRUG CO OCR MOTTO: "Parity and Quality- Now to the NEW SMITH BLOCK. New goods arriving daily. w,8u7 li New Corner, Inrited to mJ. ttU .torn their CalienS Ua aarum. CAUENTB, NEv! in exchange for goods or to an. Pioche, Nevada THE OGDEN Special Bottled Soft Drink Bargains ALSO Smokers' Supplies Mountain View HOTEL Mrs. J. R. COOK. Propr. Flrst-Class Accommodations ftt Reasonable Rates. DIXIXG ROOM In Connection. Everything Modern. Located next to Court House, PIOCHE, NEV. HENRY BOWLING Contractor and Builder Estimate Made oa All Kinds of Work. PIOCHE, 1 : , j NEVADA &JSWAJLD Bdril iU pay th followinj . "Ti, f Atormatioa leading to th arrwl aa eoBTioUoa of any p,raon or parao.il fr wo trim of (rand larcany for atoalinf tba I an. M 1 . aaa . -- R.- 10.00 tor aiaaliac horwa. lnpr.TOniB.ntia Stat. Priaon. dJ.ri.UT"1 "aol aar tiaM ' DalST lnrE'm,r1U Coonty, N.aada. ASaOCUTIO.V. Ooldaala. N.vada.