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TONOPAH DAav UOIWffiA, TOHWM1, msl, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1919.
MIZPAH BAR Now open under ihe man agement of George Beckley and Sherman Locke High Class .Soft Prink rium . Fmp Courteous treatment to all Call and you will call again Fresh candies Tvt Hamas' mm 1 'Tonopah&Tidewater RAILROAD Train leaves Goldfish 10:10 a. m. Daily Except Sunday Excursion Rates UOI.OKIKI D TO M AMUKIaEs nil Relura M3.00 LIMIT OCTOBER 31 Monday. Thuraday aari aiamar STANDARD 8LEKPKR FROM BEATTT D. ASPLAND, General Aaent, Tonopah and Goldfield. SETTING UP EXERCISES FOR MEN O'WAR'S MEN' 111 AlWfM-lairil I'reaal MONTEKKY, Cal.. Aug. 26. Set-tiriK-HP exercises and drill every morning aboard the vessels of Ihe Pacific fleet are features denied the I majority of visltum, to whom in speetion of the shlp is poseiblo ! only i the afternoon.- ; LOOKING ILL PAGE THREE IN OIL BASIN LEAGUE CONTROVERSY . MAY COST HIM SEAT !;,. for the Numerous Inquiries a nevory day relative tc, As: part' of trie" drill, the sailor, V" Currant k aud and marines, led by their officers- , T 7' UelSl'b"r,JOod commissioned oi,,. In mm ' ' we" k"mvu veral com- nm around the decks, threadl,, thrtr Z" " III Ulld ...........1 . - . .. ... ..., WMl aiuuiiu me grem pnns and olher deck equipment While tills latter evolution is 'he. e rumma the nil tlia pur S.O. U.S. PAT Ko .if nun wl.o is on his tec; jj c,jv - more comfortable shoe v as never nude. H?nce the H"id(-.p-i-ni p. r .'.ir v ,,t tlt Buck h trier Anv.v i .e and prufestioiul mc-,,, i.Mnt i,, ou'.ioor work ers, miners, farmers meckm, etc. A ' pr-Kti a'. Si, .t- fir f , ...;.v wi-.,r Built for tum'ort and serw Imilr i. -you! Rememin-r the n.ime !!oi,:hhhi tumped on ever. ti.r wi.r protection. Crr: i p.nr toi'jv 1 Sol Can, p. ;t,e ,,, ,;. ,mjll, oil operator, vho is now surveying in, performed, .he hands nlav me p. I....... . " . Curnu.. , associates are , ready for operation as soon as ,a. Zeroise It accomnanle, '. """W,al a" '"" , , i'orieu to the m,n,d (amp is also ! lOiiflot ine pi-iimn.ter.s of the Nevada ! :! liasih Co.. of tlii-i eitv. who with and I oil ' . anu every participant seems to enjoy not only the musle l.nt the FALIX OIL & GAS. If not In, get In on Fallon oil and Gas. Prlc advances hot later toan September 1st. RICHARDSON' FOSTER. adTj7 15" Agents. I Nance, At iiriiai 'tl "Jfjirn on the i'jtiiic (' r-t (rum BUCKINGHAM Manufacture rg & HECHT San Fritnciflco BLACK GUNMFTA1.. MAHtKANY CALK OK iNDlAN PAN CALK FRANCIS MOORE i fff BROKERS and PROMOTERS All orders xcutd fromytiy Olrcet MrrW arHk lu Tr dfleo. ty Main tt, next Itate lank l4f Plwoa tott for Qualaft Auderson. Mi-Closkev :in,l I Ileiiuhh, -.,. others first invade,! t Ins new oil ' rs have lone nninlry and took up several see- ' ' s,.,,,,,,,,, Hons which was suhsequMiniy turned j triot. Tl... lai. over i ihis company Cruile ml on:' "'ioC ,t , the surface, it seems, opened the I (Me las' . stampede. Oil prospectors Duck iirh HOUSE OF GOOD SEJtVICI NEW BANK BUFFET WALTER J DRY8DALE, Proprietor NOTHING I.IKE IT ON THE COAST Ice Cold, or Red Hot. Soft Drinkg with IncompambU atervtt ELEGANT, ARTISTIC, NOVEL and NICE Reduced Rates For Cooking and Heating Service Effective March lat, 1919 For the first 50 k.w.h. per month 6c per fcw.h. For the next 50 k.w.h per month 4c per k.w.h. In excess of 100k. w h. per month 3c per k.w.h. IjThe Nevada-California Power Co. For Fine Roast Meat or a Delicatessen Sandwich go to the C. & F. BAR Buttermilk by the Bottle iea)at)) TONOPAH CLUB Headquarters for All Sporting Events If he is in town you will find him here TONOPAH CLUB J. C McKAY anil ED. UREN, . . Proprietor. ORDER.. Stock Certificates WHERE YOU GET THE BEST PRINTING BEST BINDING) nrm in Turn I DDI LtAlflLn Books that will not fall apart Tonopjh Bonanza The only complete Bind ery in Southern Nevada have also favorable indications aroum water and the Sand Springs n "onioixi, north of Currant Creek Al Thai kery. Al M.Cloy iim Henry Seitii have secured several desirable blocks in the latter named district. H' R Harkley. who is interested in the Oil Hasin district, received a wire from Hon chas !. Kvans on the procedure for locatlne nil lands, which stated that locations can he made exactly the same as pi-u-er locations EiRhl names are etnulined on each quarter section which represent eiRht placer claims: one location monument however. suffices for this, hut with proper miirkinns des it:natinK the corners, all oil locations must parallel with section and ,1Uar ler section lines as near as possi- j hie. It looks like a drillini; III. .lMit'i(ii.,,! trra WASHINGTON. Aus. -ii- Tb. i'Ubl'caas may have a nirp,i, tllti U.lililC iille III e,.l,,,i I. (election of a Republican to oonnress "' ! lh" -eiitli district or Aia. ,u' lliiitna, now vacant throi.oii ii... i "P" O'lllll lot Representative Burnett, Demo ! ctat j Keportii current in pulitical circles I at the capital today are to the ei let that Hie PeinoiTutic candidate lor tins seat has wiicl io Wash i",u" lie i ttivatiy in daniier ol loslnn the election because of the i.'aKue of Nations, ami uru'ently re ' ""titiR assistance. It was this same ne that recently sent a liepuldi ti to congress from a Kentucky '''sfict that had been Ijeniocni'!. f t over thirty years conKivssional mm,,, been acquainted with a this Alahatiia dis I 'em VI . bv ,ne majority nt election Manv tie lire confident that Alabama to .send a llelml.li , ... iCLfS- FiyilGOBS cl, I publicans i eported I is about 1 BRAVE MAN NO FOR l' 4M-lHtr4 Preaal l.OCM'tiUT. v v.. HAS USE POLITICS A UK lib fo ty 4M-latrd I'ri-aat SANTA Cltl.'.. i Altf matter of eutine auoard a dusuuyei , whiln lt is at t,a in ruugU weather is a matter of almost not eating ac. vordmr to Lieu- w M Blumenkntnz j"' the flatshi,, N,.w UtrUl who I passed tour ears on siii, llf that ! type. -I. .. I'v-urojers roll and t,i. an extent." said l.ieutemur "tikiaiu, "tbiii n , i;uu,.y ... .oiu sauuwniies that t, ' toimli weather , u, SH 1S IJiir one has coffee, because the coffee coppers are fastened to the t-'iip, and the urea I est amount of It'l't'd which will not he spilled who,, 'he ship rolls is brewed. "As for warm Mod, now-,, one 'ailtlol keep if ,: ,.. , Ulhf -nouKh to cook it. ,; . ,,lf, "iiouKh lo eat ,t. oi in i of those makniL' fi... i-- 11 'e. "a i stomach lone eii.meh i.. .1 .. JAPANESE DIRECTOR STUDIES THEATRICALS Frank Caftnev, called by Ceneral Mcllale the "second bravest man in the war " w mts n i; inir of politics j He has d s ii.,eil t, si;:!iat,on by the Democrats I inemb. r of il,e ,.w Vork stale louiMuture i.'lffnev is , hief of police it a lo al manii! e i ritiK plant, employine ' men a'-l says he -li..f ... his -oh IHs .,!, ,t ..vr,i,.j, " "IP " 'he eapinr... smcle handed, of -I Germans will shorilj be started, mi. tbii! radically for so-iibern Ne ad , bill a nio-t acceptable "morsel " tha: iiuiloiibiedlj i arries ihe suppo, i ,,t i "J 4aaiM-lal, . IVraat I.I IS ANiiKI.KX. , al. Sojm Kaniiyama. lending stace director of Tokio. mr are in ,lf .ncrele for at stav to make i -t : ly o tie Theater ' uu.vt nu-ni, tb drama and motion piefn Kamiyainii. also k kniv. -lapuUtMH slano, ps t)l0 p, ' I"" l file : ajl Ya: c.i I i - t ami wife, vonths' "Llf- lOlleril M rs on the siona! iwa CARD PARTY AND DANCE Gfen by I. O. 0. Y.uee :;t Odd Fellows hull Siiturday evuiT,. ... 0 .lifill. i;.od nnisa sood a ":' !" ' " . Ticket ;. c eats. 2I ? ampainn ' Hie entire taie. Moneys worth So tar the I have not hich priced i. struck for stars anced l gasoline is high 1-txiH-ereii -ttry ok for the Red l before you fill. ITAt qualit , I drop, i Crow -, the fiFHZnlhro r rtitafitir M. ROSE, Special Agent, Standard Oil Co., Tonopah, Nevada L3T "iaJfUrfTTHJUk'-' if ) on. ccMpAJir GIVEN AWAY ! FREE! 50 lots i;o j 40x125 Tu olj time Nevada f ends j of Jack Hall, deceased who jwill build in the loiopah Colony at Bird Rock Beach, the home of Jim Butler, Bill j Douglass. Bill Booth, Jack .Hall and Al. Frevert I M. HALL, Agent 1 168 FOURTH STREET cian Oiepo. Calif THE CASINO C. E. GRAHAM. Propr. PIONEER REFRESHMENT PARLOR Of SOUTHERN NEVADA Full Lino of Soft Drink. O ily the Standard Brands of Cigars in Stock. tMom 468 Club Room in Coanactioa Ym WiU Fuxi Yow Frieatda Hara Six ASr"" 57!. ' S "l'se in ",un- W"e'" Pancakes all America loves No wonder thee pancakes have become America's favorite breakfast! One taste will tell you why. It makes your mouth water just to look at them they're so nice and brown. Then you cut them and find them so tender your fork cuts through a whole pile. But it's when you taste them taste that rich, delicate flavor -that you'll never be satisfied with ordinary pancakes again! A-k your grocer for a package of Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour. It's all ready mixed (.even sweet nilk is in it) you just add vatcr. Learn why so many millions of Aunt Jemima lireakfasts are enioyed every year! Use it for delicious muffins, too! THE MIIK 15 ALREADY IN THE rL0UR Aunt Jenin Pancake Flour Cawrktn..