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THE PiOClE RECORD
I'll ::.,llri iiH iii: Ki.Jav hy 'I IXISIIIM measured a kihmI twelve mIiu if in rnfnd complaint on file I have Ken hunuraiily d'at-hareed or i21) day period, that U from August nd more in luani place. A "' "'urt. a cot U tt ln. h U i M-paraied from Hie avrrke or placed 11. to AuguM. JO. 1SI. luclu- resuH many tre acre uprooted LODGE NOTICES UMIMM I Owe s;iv i'lir iuid (!'l in all purls of town. I . C. Can'i l.eil, nc oU'.er niau of Veir in .ijvailt-e -I'.ml u- in mlvjiu-e jn.iin !!.. iii.iiie . ..... .... u ! koi n:ild in I eek-eiul at tl r lump of Mr. :ilwince .'" J'r year will he added t wlin nt Rem-Valley. In an. ik' rate. t':) i-iti-li !n d Carman are recclv- i Advert i:n ratei made kuowu (r,8l. v ,rai ,!;, iake and' n aiidieation. , .)-. iro'ii the' I!..y. 1 I'.ikery of S;ili ' ! .rt-illi berted uiHin jou. and to vlii.-l; nu are hereliv revered. I ..! .1 April 21, A. !. Clerk of Said Court. : Noti f l-'ilinu of I'htt, I'. S. Iiud Urate Ievlin. Olympia Koultana O'ltre, niu n liij, enilu. .Hid Mari ueriti Y.uliews spent the, N.-iie is herehy riven that Pitt of I. II. Timiis-liip 7 South. ltati';e 67 iCast. .'. i. II. A: M.. hail been received in the 1'. S. I'iij Ofiiee Ht Carson City, vevt l.i. and ill l: ofiic ially tiled on M.ty "1, 1920. and opened to entry A fellow" l.iike C. .. .. ... .. l...lr,Oi, iti:itlr III ..,,;.. ,.t rim-he. Nev.. under ' 'ir dour fresh at lens than it would; lite Aet of March 3. 1S79. !"l t--r tlu fii-t them delivered to U at Una than it would .aterial to m:ike them. Panaca Notes Ml i in L The I'riniary association pave an I .i.i..ri:.iiiiiieiit on Wednesday eve-; niiiK. The program consisted of onus, drills, speeches and -Maypole dance. After the program the Brown upa danced. The High School faculty and stu dents who went to Alamo on Friday returned Sunday tired and sunburn ed, but with praises for the people of Alamo and the pood time accordfi all. Principal D. W. Smith was ill last Monday. The Senior Girls of the Y. L. M. I. A. cave their teacher Mrs. I). W. Smith a pleasant surprise last Mon day evening at her home. Cantos and refreshments were enjoyed hy twelve girls and Mrs Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Win. M. freer were called to Salt Lake City Wednesday evetiint! on account of the death of Mr. Creer's grandmother. Mr. and Mri. P. Jernian accompanied them to Caliente. Mrs. Sarah J. Rcholield returned home last Monday from Nephl, Utah, where she went to attend the funeral of her sister. She also visited rela tives at Provo, Utah, during her absence. E. F. Ttonnow was on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Iliad and Mrs. Clair Norrls nf Caliente attended tne entertainment given Wednesday eve ning. Aboun fifty married people enjoy ed a dance, program nnd refresh ments, given by the Parent-Teachers association last Tuesday evening. M. U. Goodman visited his family here during the week. Mrs. Chas. Culverwell visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Wndsworth the past week. Jos. Ttonnow, Jr., Is at Salt Lake City for medical aid. The District school will present an Operetta this evening nt the Hall. The Genealogical Society met Thursday evening nt the homo of A. II. Wedge. Pearl, Hazel and Willie Francis were called homo Tuesday because nf the serious illness of their sis tor. Kffa. Henry and M. L. Lee returned Tuesday from the cattle range about Miller Springs. Dan Anderson and fnmlly, his brother nnd Mrs. II. Ficldson nnd children attended religious services here last Sunday. Jed Cox of St. George, Utah, spent several days here last week, as ngpiit for the Studebaker Auto Co, Mr. nnd Mrs, F. C. race of Cal iente and Paul nnd Ttnlph Pace of Los Angeles, Calif., were visitors at Panaca last Monday. Wm. Danvers nnd neice, Mrs. Olive Luiiilquist of Ogden, Utah, ar rived hist Friday. A program will be given by the Sunday school next Sunday, in hon or of Mother's Day. All parents are invited to attend. Mrs. nenj. V. Wadsworth return ed home last Friday from Modona. Utah. The snow storm of last Tuesday night was tho worst we have had in Pilotical Announcements II M CONGRESS ii the Army or Na.al Karrve: Pro- ie. such application to be cou i ul l. tiiat mill soldier i'rWen ace ,.M, red us tiled simultaneously. -i;i!ii ants may tilu their a pp lit at Ions (. Ueueral Uisposition Any of ic en' r nt an time during the twen- ,-;iid lands not taken under para ty liut diys prior to the ditte on -ranh ta 1 and 0 I abve III become v hi it such restoration becomes ef- 4UtHi tti appropriation under any f'ctlv:-. that is. from May 11. 1922. , apniifiMe pulilic land law on Hie e to Sl:iv SI. 1!1L'2. incltis'He, all sui-h : piratb-n of but not before the period application to he treated a filed ; f twenty-one 1 21 days, provided iMiilt:int oii-ly. and contilctiiie np-1 for in paragraph (b alnive. or one t.lirati'iii to be disposed of by lot. bundled and twelve (1121 days from tli Restricted entry by General the date of the tiling of the plat on j ublic For the twrliid of twenty-one May 31. 19-1-'. ( i I i days following the expiration of i The preferences above provided iid soldier preference period, that ; for are siibtei't to valid prior settle is. front Ani ual 30. 1922, to SetHem-: ment rights or einilable claims rec-b.-r 19. 1922. inclusive, anv of said ..jnixed by existing laws, but-to avoid towing the date of filing, that is friitn hinds remaining unentered wMlbe confusion, any such right or claim Mav 31. 1122. to Auiiiist 29. 1 : 2 2 , , , nlnei t to homestead entry only by should be asserted during the twenty i.ii Itt.-iive. salil lands will be subject i anv iialllied entrynian: provided, (201 days simultaneous filing period unly to entrt- under the homestead !!:,( applications therefor may lie til- provided in paragraph (a) above, tmd dciert land laws, by iiuaHtteil ex- ed at any time during Uie twenty - M1NNIK L. BRAY, service men of the World War. who t2(M days pri-codini- said twenty-one; Register. t.ii S:iilier' prefereiu-e For a iierii ;l oi ninety-one 1911 days fol- iimum All slate papers are giving con iMeraiile publicity to a lifc-sl.edi Hioin to urge Senator A. I.. Scott of l,inc;iln County to run for Congress j n the democratic ticket and while! lie Senator stated to the News to-1 .lay that he was not seriously con-' Hiring trying for lite office, at the! lame time the uriuitB of the parly i may alter his stand in the near fit-, tti re. Au article appearing in the ; f'arsou Appeal is as follows: Out of teh south came n pleasant j lit of news this week. A formidable ! candidate fur congress on the liemn-1 v'ralic ticket lias been presented nnd j Ml this instance the statement that he j is being urged to make the rare; 'inlds true. A. Ij. Scott, state senator from I.in . oln county, lias been approached with the Idea of opposing whoever Che liepultlicans I rot forth and lie has been found to bo In a receptive mood. Another few days may find n formal announcement coming from him. In putting Scott forward the Democrats have made a master "troke. ' He is a young attorney, pro gressive, aggressive, und fit in every .vny to represent his state In the low er bouse of congress. As a senator of the last legislative ?ssion be was looked to fur initiative nd he was not found wanting. The inters of tell south will bark bint al most to a vote, ana ne is to ne envien if his prospect for advancement. Wluv tire yourself' out arranging 'incites for Hint entertainment. Lei V.mnbpll and Carmen do it, nnd en-1 y your own party. ' PETER BUOL Announces his candidacy for nomi nation as I'MTHI) NT.VIT.S SEXATOIl From Nevada on the Republican Ticket nt tho Primary, September 6, ,1922. Caliente Notes j Clarence Wadsworth and Lynn Potts of Alamo were Caliente visitors ; on Monday. Mrs. J. W. Mathews of Pioche vis-: itfid over the week-end with relatives j in Caliente. ; Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Capell and fam-i ily motored to Ash Springs in their; new Chevrolet car. i Miss Dorothy Williams of Heaver! City, Utah, is vlniting wilh Mrs. A. ! ('. Anders on Company Row. ! Mrs. Rehwartzflgtire of Salt Lake j it y is visiting with her boh, who is igbt call boy at Caliente. Ivosaro Arcuri was in Caliente ' Tuesday from, the mining camp at I gan, where he has valuable inter- e.iis. Miss Sarah ImObersteg, Caliente i -Homey, has moved her law office ini.o the ImOliersleg lluilding on ! .out Street. Hans Olsen is fitting up the Iris C.ifo with a eiw of opening n soft ii ink vnrlor. ' llis son Otto will have c ai'rte ut the business. iliss Lauretta D. Cuunlngton pass . 1 throiiKh Caliento last Sunday on l r way to Salt Lake City where she ;il speml her vacation. It. It. Gould, Robert R. Leo and i. L. Harp nro in Cailento from into, where they have been work- i . ; for the railroad. I. L. Hood, engineer on the Union I icifio, has recently purchased a new i ikland, sport model, which Is much ilniired by his friends. Let us furnish the eats for that idling parly or home entertainment. i. thing loo elaborate lor us to ! Millie. No order too small for our in ist diligent attention. Campbell & ': rman. The CALIENTE STAGE PASSENGER AM) MAITi SERVICE TO riOCHE STAGE LEAVES CALIENTE DAILY (excopt Sunday) tit 7:30 n. m. for Pioche, arriving 9:30 a. m. STAGE LEAVES riOCHE FOR CALIENTE at 12:05 p. m., connect ing with Salt Lake Train. Special trips nt all hiyirs to PiocJie, Alamo, and other points at roasrable prices. We spnre no expenses to give you cnmpartahle and efficient service. L. Ii. HURT & GEO. SEN TEH, PrnM. CALIENTE, NEVADA SIMMONS i i the .Tenth Judicial District Court In and for Lincoln Count y, Stale of Nevada. .ward Glenn 'ft welt, Plaintiff vs. Mary Louise llewett, Defendant: 10 State of Nevada Sends Greetings to Said Defendant: ion are neretty summonii m np- i 'nr within ten days after the serv- ; o upon you of this Summons if M'ved In said County, or within twenty dayB if served out of said County but within said Judical Dis trict, and in nil other cases within l ' rty days (exclusive of the day of lervicel. and defend the tibove en titled action. This action Is brought to recover n judgment dissolving t he contrite! of marriage existing between vou and the Plaintiff on the' grounds of wilful desertion, the particulars of which more fully appear in the " . . " I ' " ' --. n .-: . - '- . . - . -n 8 I'U I r7 H f , ft U " 1 Jy V . -3 - .jt- tw. - niii rt-: ' ' rM.-W ":M 1 ' JZ. 1 i. -ri -i" -i" i r--t rrii-iMftnnilH"tliri -iiirrrr IJ0W FvV 0 XTS BEGINNING ITH T,' CAN YOU mm IN THIS PICTURE? Thct is w'n.tf .yen are o dclormiHe. Try it. II in easy. V.'ilhnut any trouble, whatever, you ran readily see null ubjeilj as "bear", "l.a-.kct", "boy", eft. Can't you? Well, uie others are just as easy lo see, but (lie iui'.t is iai c.i'i liud the inc.. i-'il't etn big cash prizes will be given for the IM'teen best lits of "H-Wiirds" subniiltcil in itnswcr in this puzv.le. The peisou M-nding in the Interest and nearest correct list of visible object,"! shown in ihe picture, Htarling wiih the letter "ii", will win iirst prize; second besi, Pcconil pi iie, etc. ' ' WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN IN-LOTS OF FUN Tin's Newspaper has made amini;eiieiita wilh the National Pu:;:1e Ceiilest Co. whereby our readers nve periiiiltcil tc take part in mi interesting and funiwing Puz.-.le Game a puzzlo Unit is different from tho ovdumry a Knme, in which all can participate. Get out a pencil ov your pen and iisk uiiil start wak ing up a Hut of words for the objects you curt find in the picture nbi.ve, which start with tho letter "IS." There is no trick or 1 catch to this puzzle. All objects arc clearly shown. Noihiiig is hidden and you do not need to turn the. picture upsido down or tilt it to one side o: the other; it is interr? tini, educational nnd fascinating nothing hard; juitt different. Yes, till join in old folks, middle orciI folks and young folks. See who ran find the most "B-Words." As soon us you have your list made up, send it in and TRY I'Oll THE BIG PKIZKS. This cumiminn ia to Rive our rcntimH some pood Hvc!v entertainment nnd at tlie snme time affovil n clmnce i compelo nationally, alonp wiih tiw iei'U'i-a of oilier Newspaper, fur the lmne prizes offercil by the Nuiionul J'ti.'..;u C in tent Co. linkr;n:iTnl you do r.ot need to scud in a euljciijition to this paper to win a priie but priies iuo l-ui;or wliere r-ubsei'ipikns nit; Pent. 11' your li;it if "it- m .Is' riwardod Vin:'T pviro by the judtres, yon .vill win $r0, but. if yon would like to win more thun $r 0. you m:iv have opirtuuiiy W contest for the -iUU CAbll i'iHZKri" by sending in ONii or TWO aulnHM'inlions tn t his Ni.'waiaper, J1KHK1S llfV: If your nnflwer to tho "IMVord" ricture Tuzxle wins FiKPT prize nnd ynu have font in r.uliscrif.ii(iia to this Newni.;ipi r uualifyini: you dr "Chips H," tm will receive 350 instead o $.0; Second pri.o $liit): Thiid prizo $7r, etc. See Bcoud coin tun of figures in pt'i;.c list.) t)U. if your nntiwer vwnf MUST pri:.o and you have sent in subscriptiona 1n this Newspaper qualifying you for "Class C," you will receive $1000 iti placo of only ?;0; Second prize $i00; Third prize Si&0 etc. ttiee tliiid lulunin o iurmvs in prve list.) Tho nvoHs;ny miinhiM' of enhflcri ptlons to qualify for "Clang IV or "Class CM is given opposite the prize list below. Those 8uhFtriptii.ua m;ty start at any futuio date and may be new or renewals. Your own nuhwript ion may eounl. If ono 1 nlriuly a nnhncvihiT to this paper we will esttnd their time aheaa lue iucicusua uubctiitiiou iitnud. Also suhwiptiotin may he ei'iit to different, addresttrn if uouireti. - Jliiiii: or pond your of wd-iIh direet to this olfioo and we will mail it to the National Pustrle Contrst Co. hmneitiniely. They will iifknowlcdite receipt of it direct, utatim: in what class you have bwn entered neeordiuie tt whether yuii inchute a suh:teripiiou to thin paper or not nnd tho number. AH cash prises will be paid direct to wiuuinu contobtants nt close o ctimi nijrn bv tho National riu'7li Contest Co. 1ATUA ll .I.K KTl!lt.'.S TliKK ON RKQl'EST 1. Anv mnn. Wnmjm, pirl or bny, who is not im enipioyee of thia Ncwb paper or tho National rn.zte Contort Co.. or ft member of tin cm pi ee's family, hmy iMihmit an answer, it coats nollnnK to try. 2. All iinwwevfl must, bo malted by the closing dale kivcii below, 3. Aiiru'i' should he written on one side of the ivper onlv, and each word numlvercd cont"erutiely, one, two, tht ctr. Ho net put more llum one "H-Word" Mith each ntunlr, Wrho votir full imme and nth!res,i on each par.e in the upiwr rii;hl-h:ii.l corner. If you de-ii' e to write nnylhiajr else, iflo a separate short, -I. Only words louml in ihe Fn&'h.li I MCtionary will Im toutuevl. I 'a w' use hypiion;ttd, compound or obsolete wortls. U:'.o either tiie sinimhu or Observe These Rules plural, but where the plural is used, the singular cannot bo counted und visa, versa. C. Words of tho same spelling can bo used only once, even though used to designate different objecta. The came object can bo named only onee: however, any part of the object may !so be named. C. Tlui person Bending In tho larg est nnd nearest correct tiit of "H "Vv'oi'ds" will win fit'Pt trixe. etc. Neat ness, style and handwriting have no benriniT u;on deciding tho winners. 7 . Cm I cut ants may co-operate in answering the pu?.zle, but only one prize will le awarded to any one house hold ; nor will prl7.es be awarded to more than one of any irroup outside of the family, where two or more have been working together. . www mm bVDUH ISA. v- . wui(, mm mtm m Vt It U'nIkM- W.l.l. i- m Frank Walker, SeereUrr. - i A ST. JOHX LiOUGE Nu. In, V. A. L Mueii at Uuud. ic Hall. I .a Con r St., oa tha eruud Tliursdajr oC tha month at It p. in. W. M. ehriatian. W. M. C. A. TluinivoD, See. MIlM HUBKK1H LODGK la. Ulna brothars and alatara ara eardiaU luvllad to attend. v Wra. Laura Devlin. Noble Grand; Misa ueorKia r-iiglmli. Vice Urand; .Mm. Jeiwie Ewiuk. Secretary. m n auu lauiia Via aWaaVSB No li. PitH'lie. Nev. Mmis iapaikI uud fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p. m. at Masonic Hall. AU voting brothers and sisters ara iuvitetd to attend Worthy Matron. Mm. Parri n Worthy Patron, Wm. H. Pitts; Sec retary, Mrs. Marian Christian. ft. In the rvent of a tie for nny prize offered, the full amount of such prize will be paid to each tied partu-i-pant. U. All answeri will receive tho game conHtdernUnn, reartlles of whether or iu?t u subscription for this Ncwspnper is sent In. 10. There will be three independent judges, haviii't no ciuinectlon with lln National I'un.-.le t'onttiit l'n.. who v.ili .iutljce the answers Jiilmitted imtl awmd m the lu-izea nt the end of the puzzlu M Same And participants nvrree lo tic- fA cept the decision of the jiulrrea a final cl and conclusive. M U. The juditea will meet vipht after t n cttiw, iiiui inp annouucoioeui oi ttie priie winners will bo published in this Newspaper just at quickly fcltei-caftcr possible. Uv.vvil Route People Invited to Try This ofTiH npfiltcs lo tlioso livings on rural routes as well iu jiooplo residing in ihe cuios nnd towns. Any one may take part, and it coats nothing to try. Spec hi I Information Tho follov.'inff fniWrmt ions to this paper fiimlifies o nno lor Ihe Biff ca.'ti IJii'es aoootihno; to the J si-hojulo given below and tho table opposite: Class "A" l'l'lzcs nlwn it no t'liitacviinloiis nro sent Class "B" I'riznB slvou If'Oiin 1-voiir Bnlisortptlnn ia tiont. Class "C" 1'rizoK Rlvon if Two 1-year or Olio 2-yoitr snli- hrrlitliMin nro snt. Subscription Rates - JOiu Your $2.50 Two Ytwn $5.00 t'nyalili1 in Ailv.nico. Ciintosl C'Iohor June !ltU. FIFTEEN BIG CASH PRIZES Winning Answer, Wilt Receive Priieai Follow: See (iaxs . PrixeR Trixei Piixen Kinlnnation Oven In Cinen In Given In Opposite "Ha A" B" " ! - 1st I'lizc. $50.00 $.1."i0.00 Jt.OOU.OO 2nd 1'rize.. 25.00 - 150.00 ROtt.OO 3rd I'rize.. 15.00 75.0(1 250.00 41h I'rize.. 10.00 40.00 100.UO 5th rrizo.. 8.00 20.00 .50.00 (ith I'rize.. 5.00 10.00 25.00 7th rrizc. 2.00 5.00 10.00 8th Trize.. 2.00 5.00 10.00 9th Prize.. 2.00 5.00 ' 10.00 10th I'rize.. 2.00 5.00 10.00 llth rrizc. 2.00 5.00 10.00 12th Prize.. 2.00 5.00 10.00 13th Prize.. 2.00 5.00 10.00 ltth Prize.. 2.00 ' 5.00 10.00 15th Prize.. 2.00 5M 10.00 Copyright 1922 by National Puzzle Contest Co, The PIOCHE RECORD PROFESSIONAL CARDS A. U SCOTT Attar? t tv MINING BPBCIAIJST. Pioche. Navada. McMAMBB MeKAMBI A Marmara at Law Pioche. Nay. Laa Vesaa. Na. 4H-J1 Paa Elec, Bid. Loa Aasalaa A. A. HINMAN Attorney and Coonaelor. U- S. Commlaslonar Lai Vegas, Nevada. 8AKAH ImOBER8TEQ Caliente, Nevada Attorn: . and Counsellor at Law H. K. PRBUDENTHAt, Natarr Paklle Ploctao. Navada DR. t. WBST IMITH Pkralelaa aad larceaa Cullenta, Nevada DH. J, B. BASTING s fkralclaa nnd Hurseaa Dlaeaeee of the Eye, Ear, Noee. Tbroal. GLASSES FITTED. Ploohe, Nevada. B- C. D. MARHiAGB Ulnlng n(iner ProperUea Sampled Ora BktB ments Handled ' Pioche, Nevada l)lt. W. W. STCH'KHAM GENERAL " PRACTICE ' l'liysican for Union Pacific System Smith nil. Caliente, Nev. IHt. 11. K. 1HRNKTT Doiilal Surgeon ELY, NEVADA Aultniun St. opposite Northern Hotel Careful Work at Reasonable Prices. FRANKLIN E. WADSWORTH District Attorney ot Lincoln Couaty Counselor at Law Office at COURT HOUSE, PIOCHB. NUT- JOHN CARTKK ANUKKHON t'oiiNUltliiK Milling Knglneer Kxnminutlon ot Properties and Direction of Development Work Tucson, Arizona Pioche, Nevada W. J. REID TUB BARBER. Laundry Aavarr aad Fuel Heaa Bacha. PIOCHB. NEVADA Henry Bowling CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, ''illmatee Mas aa All Klad nt Weeav PIOCHE, NEVADA Marko Bacic BOOT AND SHOK KRPAIHINa Meadow Vnlley Btreet. PIOCHE. NEVADA MINING DIRECTORY VIRGINIA L0113U MININa COMPANY Inaorporatad under tha laws of tha State ot Nevada. Capitalization. 1,500,000 shares at $1.00 each. Principal office, Pioche, Nevada Transfer offlco, 680 I. W. Hellmau Itiillillng, Los Angeles. Location ot mine, Ely Mining Dis trict, Lincoln County, Nevada. Officers and Directors: J. D Thomson, President; N. S. Berra( Vice rresiilen;; Chas. A. Thompson? Secretary. PK1NCB CONROUDATBD MUflNa) AND MULTIKa OOaWAKT I 'poralod under the laws nf Ne ula. Capitalization, one million shares, two dollars each. Principal office, Salt Lake City, Utah. Location of property, Ely Mining District, Lincoln County, Nevada. Twenty claims. Officers: A. H. Oodbe, President; George F. W'asson. Vice-President; W. S. McCornic, Treasurer; M. C. Godlie, Secretary and General Man ager; D. L. Werthetmer, additional Director; J. H. Hedges, Superinten dent; A. L. Scott, Resident Agent.