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jpBDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1918
^CAL brevities.
and Mrs. Frank Winzell autoed
p Alpha last Sunday and re
£ in Eureka over night.
,day dinners will be served from
6:30 on October 27 at Mrs.
user’s on Spring street.—Advt.
s Agnes Lucey, who has been
ing at Wells, Nevada, returned
,by Friday’s train owing to the
ib in Elko County being closed
leount of the epidemic of in
land Mrs. 0. T. Bell were ar
ihere from Elko by Friday’s
Mr. Bell reports that the in
L epidemic in Elko Countycon
Lto spread and a number of new
[were reported this week.
|r. and Mrs. Alfred Chartz of
k>d, former Eureka residents, re
ed the news of the death of Carl,
ryoungest son, at Fort Logan,
r Mexico, last week. He was 25
■s of age and his death was due
r. Frank Boskowitz, only son of
ok Boskowitz the well known
imercial traveler who visited Eu
i about 10 days ago, died at
ip Fremont, California, the first
he week. Deceased was enlisted
he medical army service.
[rs. Thomas Kitchen of Ruby Hill,
i week received word from her
ther, Sergeant Telfer Williams,
5 has been in training for the past
r at Camp Fremont, Calif., stat
that he passed through Reno
>sday en route East and would
rtly leave for overseas duty,
he cold wave announced by the
rernmeni Weather Service due to
lend from the Atlantic to the Pa
il coast the middle of this week,
ived on time and since Wednesday
ire has been a decided chill in the
, During the past two nights ice
ibeen formed here from half an
h to one inch in thickness.
Hr. and Mrs. J. R. Tognoni and
leson autoed up from Duckwater
idnesday to secure surgical atten
d for the little fellow, who the day
tvious succeeded in upsetting a
i of hot water and scalding both
feet and one of his hands. While
i child was severely burned, its
idition is not thought to be serious
ithe parents returned homeThus
twith the child.
The Sentinel is in receipt of a
igthy political announcement from
bn Edwards Bray, candidate for
ite Superintendent of Public In
action, that will appear' in next
lek’s issue. Mr. Bray writes that
tog to a stress of business in his
See this year on account of War
irk it will be impossible for him to
ike a regular campaign over the
ate and he may not be able to visit
is locality prior to the election.
: hopes the voters will make due
lowance of this fact.
Telegrams were received here the
pt of the week announcing that
r.and Mrs. IsadoreSara and James
pgantiai, Eureka County residents
k at the Mayo Bros.’ hospital at
khester, Minn., had been at
Meed with influenza. Mrs. Sara’s
mdition was at first reported seri
•8, but later news was to the effect
tat the disease had been checked
id all were now in a favorable way
ir recovery. Peter and Leon Ardans,
rothers of Mrs. Isadore Sara, and
sgustin Garcia, partner of Mr.
'fa. were notified of Mrs. Sara’s
fious illness and came into Eureka
await the news of the outcome of
'F illness.
Anne Martin, who was announced
'hold a public meeting in the Eu
ta Theatre last Tuesday evening,
®nged her plans and Mrs. Charlotte
frkins Gilman, the noted author
id lecturer, was sent here to repre
®t Miss Martin and speak to the
(°ple on the issues she advocates in
if campaign. Mrs. Gilman disscus
id Miss Martin’s platform in a very
manner and gave numerous rea
°ns why she is so eminently qualified
’fill the high position of United
totes Senator from Nevada. Mrs.
°Phia Zadow, chairman of the Anne
torinClub in Eureka, presided at
®e meeting and introduced the
Weaker. A social dance followed
Hie speaking.
Duckwater Couple Married
Tonopah Times: Elva May Tog
l0"l. daughter of J. C. Tognpni, a
*eH known rancher of Duckwater,
tos married on October 9 at Ely to
lofin Strode, foreman of theTognoni
?nch. On Tnursday night the resi
sts of the Duckwater country gave
‘dance in honor of the couple, which
to* largely attended.
County Health Officer Dr. Bren
nen Closes the Schools, Moving
Pictures, and Prohibits Public
Gatherings In Eureka County
Owing to the prevalence of influ
enza in the northern part of Eureka
County and the death from pneu
monia of three persons in the vicini
ty of Palisade, the public schools in
and about Eureka, Palisade, Beo
wawe and in Diamond Valley will be
closed until further notice. Moving
picture shows and public gatherings
are prohibited.
Saloons and post offices must not
allow people to congregate.
The measures are adopted by the
health authorities to prevent the
spread of the disease which is trans
mitted by close contact of individuals.
Observance of the following sug
gestions should do much to keep the
epidemic under control:
1. Look with suspicion upon all
persons coming from outside com
munities, as possible carriers of in
fection even though they present no
symptoms of the disease. They
should not be permitted to associate
indiscriminately with the local popu
lation. Let them transact their
business and move on. All trains
^coming into Eureka will be carefully
2. At the first appearance of a
case in any community, the most re
liable measure to adopt is the wear
ing of a mask composed of several
layers of gauze over the nose and
mo':*L It would be wise for post
ing , merchants, and others who
comem vuntact with numerous peo
ple and handle much merchandise
from outside districts, to wear gauze
masks during the present epidemic.
3. Do dot let any one sneeze or
cough in your direction, nor must
you do so toward any one else.
Your physician will be glad to give
you additional information concern
ing the prevention of influenza and
the county health officers will be glad
to co-operate with any community in
holding the epidemic in check.
Former Well Known and Reipected Eu
reka Resident Dies at Palisade
Miss Maggie Jones, formerly of
Eureka, who has been living with her
brother, William, postmaster at Pali
sade, and has been his assistant, died
there Tuesday, October 15, from a
complication of diseases. It was
known that she had not been iqgood
health for some length of time, but
her passing was unexpected by Eu
reka friends who kept in touch with
her and the family.
The deceased will be remembered
here as a character of unusual per
sonality, who was imbued with a
keen sense of humor and strong in
her friendships and enmity, but loyal
to her friends, ever willing and ready
to render them acts of kindness.
The funeral was held in Palisade,
her brothers; Wendell and William
Jones, and sisters, Mrs/ Adolph Bi
ancani and Mrs. Lilian Porter, and
numerous friends of the family were
present. Rev. E. H. Price of Elko
officiated, and the interment was in
the city cemetery.
Death of Robert Donnelly
A telegram was received in Eureka
Wednesday announcing the death of
Robert H. Donnelly at Butte, Mon
tana, the previous day. His brothers,
h>r§, Mike and Will Donnelly, tele
graphed to have the remains shipped
to Eureka for interment, but in the
reply were notified that he had died
of influenza and the body could not
be shipped. They then arranged
for his burial there.
The deceased was a miner and had
been living at Butte for the past 20
years. His immediate surviving rel
atives are his three brothers, John,
Mike and Will, all residents of Eu
reka County. He was a native of
Leavenworth, Kansas, and 44 years
of age. ___
We desire to express our appreci
ation and thank all those who ex
tended their sympathy or rendered
us any act of kindness during the
illness and death of our beloved sis
ter. Margaret Jones.
Mrs. Adolphus Biancani,
Mrs. Lillian Porter,
W. P. Jones,
Wm. Jones._
There will be no sessions of the
Sunday Schools in Eureka to-morrow.
Mr. Frank McBrida and Mia* Della Rat
tazzi Joined in Holy Wedlock
The home of Mrs. F. Kopp on
South Main street in Eureka was the
scene of a pretty wedding on Wed
nesday evening, October 23, when
her only daughter, Miss Della M.
Rattazzi and Mr. Frank McBride
were joined in holy wedlock, Judge
Peter Breen performing the marri
age ceremony in the presence of im
mediate relatives. The couple were
attended by Mr. James Rattazzi and
Miss Fanny Gibson, and Mr. James
McBride and Mrs. James Rattazzi?—
all close relatives.
The bride was gowned in white
silk mallne, the bodice made of a
draped fold of lustrous satin headed
with embroidered silk net. The
skirt was veiled by a novel tunic ar
' ranged in four deep points finished
with bands of silk ribbons, a grace
ful flounce of embroidered silk net
enhancing the bottom of the skirt.
She wore a veil of silk net caught
together by a band of silk ribbon
across the forehead and held in place
on either side by white carnations,
and carried a bouquet of carnations
and ferns.
Miss Gibson was prettily attired in
pink satin messaline. The skirt, with
tunic effect, was finished with gold
bead tassels, and the bodice of satin
and Georgette crepe was ornamented
with fancy gold pins, a collar of
white and sleeves of pink Georgette
with cuffs finished with satin com
pleted the gown.
Mrs. Rattazzi, a young matron
whose marriage took place here a
little over a year ago, wore her wed
ding gown of white crepe de ehinne.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of
p*nk roses and ferns.
1 „ - u-’ is a popular and useful
member of Eureka’s young ’^-ople.
She graduated from the Eureka
County High School with the class
of 1916, and is accomplished in music.
The groom is the son of Mrs.
Annie McBride of Eureka and is a
steady and industrious young man.
He is a mechanic by trade and is at
present employed here in the Eureka
Following the congratulations of
the family and a wedding repast,
numerous friends called on the
happy couple to extend their con
gratulations and best wishes, and the
evening terminated in merriment
and pleasure. Numerous wedding
gifts were received.
- *
Judge Edward A. Ducker, District
Judge of Humboldt County and a
candidate for Justice of the Supreme
Court, visited Eureka Wednesday
last in the interest of his candidacy.
Judge Ducker is one of the fore
most jurists of the State. He came
to Humboldt County when a boy and
rode the range after cattle until his
admission to the bar. He was elec
ted District Attorney of Humboldt
County in 1904 and served three suc
cessive terms, once being elected as
District Attorney without opposition.
He was elected District Judge of the
Sixth Judicial District of Nevada in
1910, and was re-elected District
Judge without opposition in 1914.
The attorneys of his county, some 15
in number, without regard to politi
cal affiliation, have published a reso
lution signed by them endorsing
Judge Ducker’s candidacy for the
Supreme Bench. v
As the judiciary has been made
non-partisan by law, Judge Ducker s
record, his election without opposi
tion and the endorsements he has re
ceived, all indicate that if elected he
vyill carry out the spirit of that law
and refrain from political activity on
the bench in the future as he has
done in the past.
In addition to the endorsements
above mentioned, several of the Dis
trict Judges of the State have pub
licly endorsed Judge Ducker for the
Supreme Court._
Turn Back Clocks To-morrow
Sunday morning, October 27, at 2
a.m., you should set your clock back
an hour, according to announcement
by the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion. All railway schedules will be
put back an hour.
A dispatch from Washington says
that further effort will not be made
by Congress to continue the existing
daylight saving law and the hands of
the clocks will be turned back an
hour on October 27, as originally
planned. ___
Mr. and Mrs. John Cockrill of Gar
den Valley are visitors in Eureka to
Alarming Conditions as Devel
oped There Occasions Immedi
ate Action to Prevent Spread
of the Disease in Eureka Coun
ty- _
Following the instructions of the
State Board of Health carried out hy
Dr^Brennen, Eureka County’s Health
Officer, to prevent the contagion and
spread of Spanish influenza in this
county, the schools, except remote
districts, were ordered closed. A
joint meeting of the trustees of the
County Board of Educntion and Eu
reka District School was held Wed
nesday and it was ordered that these
schools be closed until further notice.
There will be no moving pictures,
dances, political meetings or public
gatherings in the Eureka Theatre.
All chairs and tables have been re
moved from saloons, and gambling
and all games stopped.
The above stringent action is due
to an alarming condition arising in
the north end of the county caused
by the death of Louis Avenzino at
Palisade, who was taken ill at the
Paul Ferrari ranch in Pine Valley,
and where several other cases of in
fluenza were reported. Dr. Harper
of Carlin attended this case and di
agnosed it as pneumonia following
influenza. Deceased was a native of
Italy and 33 years of age. He had
just been classified by the District
Board at Reno and placed in Class
Mike Bianchi was taken ill at the
Ferrari ranch and removed to Pali
sade for medical attention, where he
died Thursday afternoon. The de
ceased worked here last Summe? at
the Holly mine and has recently been
employed at the Copper Basin mines,
near the Ferrari ranch.
Paul Ferrari, owner of what is
known as the old William Whalen
ranch, had also been taken down
with the disease at his home, and
died there Thursday night. It is un
derstood his funeral is being held at
Palisade this afternoon. A more ex
tended notice of the deceased will be
published in next, week’s Sentinel.
It is learned that Louis Balbi, the
fourth man taken down with the dis
ease at the Ferrari ranch, is still
alive but his condition is reported
A number of people have been at
tacked with the disease at Palisade,
but all are reported to be recovering.
,_ •
William*’ Tragedy at Hick* Station
Lead* to New Arreat in Nye County
Ivor Jack, the elder brother of
Willie Jack, who was sentenced to a
life term in state’s prison for the
murder of Mrs. Mildred Williams at
Hicks station on August 15, is under
arrest charged with complicityin the
crime. At his preliminary hearing
before the justice of the peace at
Duckwater last week, he was bound
over to the grand jury. At the time
of the first investigation into the
killing of Mrs. Williams it was
charged that the elder brother had
aided in planning the crime, but there
was absolutely no evidence of the
sort and when told of the suspicion
Ivor Jack came to Tonopah from Ely
and remained there during the pre
liminary hearing. He was a con
stant visitor at the county jail, where
he spent the greater part of his time
visiting his brother. When questioned
concerning his movements at the
time of the crime he made a state
ment covering his whereabouts for
a week and had no trouble in secur
ing proof to corroborate him in the
fact that he had been in Ely the
greater part of the time and had not
seen his brother prior to going to
White Pine county.
Harry H. Atkinson, district; attor
ney, was not satisfied, as his own in
vestigations at the scene of the crime
convinced him that somebody with
stronger intellect than the half
witted prisoner had plotted the death
of Mrs. Williams. Atkinson said
nothing about his suspicions, but,
when Nick Schade, chief deputy, sev
ered his connection with the sheriff’s
office, he was engaged as special offi
cer with instructions to take all the
time required and sift the case to
the bottom. Schade spent three
weeks on the job and then reported
his findings to the district attorney,
who finally resolved to order the ar
rest of Ivor Jack as an accessory.
The official list of registered'voters
in Eureka County for the General
Election on November 5 is published
in to-day’s Sentinel.
Daniel Morrison, Receiver of the
Eureka County Bank, is in receipt of
a notice from the U. S. Referee in
Bankruptcy at Carson, Nevada,'not
ifying him that there will be a meet
ing of the creditors of W. E. Griffin
at the Court House in Reno on No
vember 1, 1918, for the following
1. To declare dnd order paid a first
dividend of not less than one (1) per
cent upon all unsecured claims here
tofore filed and allowed, the claim of
the Eureka County Bank having been
allowed in full, to-wit, in the sum of
2. To transact such other business
as may properly come before .said
Mr. Morrison states that he under
stands the money for this dividend
was realized from a life insurance
policy held by Mr. Griffin. As re
ceiver he now holds some $2400.00 of
Eureka County Bank money, and
with the expected $800.00 from this
dividend he will have some $3200.00
of Eureka County Bank money on
Political Announcements
Candidate for
Justice Of The
Supreme Court
Candidate for
State Superintendent
Of Schools
Deni' /Candidate for
United wadies Senator
Wilson Needs Him
In Eureka County, Nevada, for
General Election November
5, 1918
Ahlers Frederick Wm Leas Jennie
Anderson Edward James Leu is Frank 0
Andersen Grace Laird Abram
B Laird Mary Jane
Bremenkampf Herman (J Lant Vincent
Bidart Theophiie Lucey Elizabeth
Burdick T A Leighton William Olney
Burdick Mary A Leighton Jennie
Burdick Herbert M Laird Kobt A
Bremenkampf Nettie Laird Annie
Barry Thomas Laird Abram R
Breen Margaret G Loveless Lottie
Breen Eileen A Loveless Ray
Breen Geraldiue M Lucey Leo
Breen Peter Me
Rrenuen Wm H McBride Frank
Bartlne Fred McCharles R
Blair John McTerney ii C
Boston Edward C McCharles Katherine
Brossemer Nathalia J McNaughton Mary
Burdick Albertine McBride Annie
Biale J B McBride Anna
Boston Arabel McBride James
Brossemer F J McVey James F
Blale Laura Judith McVey Rose
Q McNaughton John B
Cox George E M Bride Wm J
Conway John WcKay Robert
Cox Mary J (VI
Cardiualli John A Man tor Childs
Crumley Sarah E Mackey James
Clayton Nona Morrison Agnes
Commons Albert C Morse Clayton B
Curto Ro e Merialdo Bernardo
Ourto Feriuda Morrism Jas S
Cox Thomas O Morrison Daulel
Clifford Christina Ann Marciochi Siato
p M.noletti Charles A
Dixon Thos Minoletti Gluglio
Donnelly Mike Morrison Martha
Donnelly John T Murray James
Donnelly Win Morrison Mayme
Delaney Margaret Mackey Hannah
Delaney James F MoleuoJuau
Delaney Harry J Moore A
Depaoli Angelo Morris David
Dougherty Win Moore Han a M
Delaney Cecelia Man Otto R
E MacGillivray Cbri.-ty
Eather Althea Morse Katherine
Father Jane Sims Minoletti Joe J
Eather Edgar Montaine Joe La
Edera J ulia Merialdo G B
Eather Harry Jr Merialdo Mary
Kdera Peitro Morgan Minnie R
Eather Sylvia R Morgan N P
Eather Henry Sr Moore Mildred M
Evans Wm 11 Morris Flora
Evans Fannie M Merialdo Isabel
Evans Mildred Morrison James l)
Evans John N
Ellis Pansy Nostrosa Gilbert
Ebert Geo F Nostrosa Daniel Edward
j Father Frederick J Nostrosa Charles
p Nostrosa Daniel E
Flavin George A Nostrosa Arminda
Fulton Otis Nostrosa Manuela . r
Fulton Lyman O V
Feeley Lottie Francis Overton Nettie May /
Fitzgerald Adolphus L P . '
Fletcher Merrill M Pardui Phil
FineStauley Pastorino Kate
Fine John II Price Granville
Fine F Dorothy Porth Walter D
Flavin Anna Plummer Thomas F
Fulton Mary Pedrioli Paul
Fraser Alexander Plummer Edna Covert
Ficrio A C Pastori John p
Foster Louisa Pedlar Alfred
Fraser Madeline Palma Henry R
Florio Aimee Palma LouIh
Fletcher Melia M Parmaglni Henry
Fletcher Granville A Perch A E
Flavin Ed R
Ferraris Antone Romano Toney
C Reynold8 W R
Gilkey W R Kudeu Charles W
Gilkey Ruby Recatume Domif go
Grigsby Reu Reid Robert J
Geriomiuo Michael Rattaazl James
m Rogautinl Etta
Hooper Wm James Russell William H
Hoegh Laura Rebaleati J B
Hooper Estelle ■ Reynold* Rom ^
HJul 0 0 H Romnno Itory T
Hnebner Caroline Repetto Ben •
HJul Peerl 8»r»h Blob Berthe
Hnebner Juliu* Rice Eugene
Huebner Mabel L Busaell Ann* Iff
Henderson Geo 8 Romano James
Hooper Richard W Rebaleati Violet H
Hoegh Tracey H Repetto John
Hjnl Boletta C Rattaszl Ads
HJul P H Ratto Nick
Handley Walter Romano Frank
Hilderbrand Chris Robbens H G
Harris W J Rogsntini James
Horn C F g
Hope Minnie Bell Grant Statea Delbert
Huebner A M States Msgda
Huebner Wm E Sweeney Hattie M
Huebner Irma S S wick Will J
Hope Lapsley W Skillman Edward A
Harris A C Spaulding Ohms F
Hilderbrand Susana Skillman Sarah
Handley Isaac T Skillman Etta
Hilderbrand Dora K Schneider Helen Iff
Hilderbrand George Simms Clay
Handley Maud Francis Schaefer Peter
J Schaefer Emma
Johnson Mary E Segarini Francisco
Johnson Clarence X
Johnson Hiram Taylor Wm Evans
Johnson Adams H Tognoni Antonio
Johnson Nevada Tognoni Lena
Johnson J C Tyler J C
Johnson Elizabeth Tyler Nettle
Jeffries M Josephine Tenvoord A P
K Tombinl Antonio
Kautz James Tenvoord Bessie
Kautz Florence May Tognoni G
Kitchen Hiram Taylor Margaret
Kuehn E y
Keefe Dennis Yenturino Marco
Kelley Robert C Yenturino J B
Kopp Eureka
Kraus Edward Wheeler Ida
L White James
Lucey J J Williams John L
Lewis Minnie R Woods Alma Joule
Lesser Alfred Ag Walls Walter
Lani Peter Wattles Luther L
Ledered Anna 8 v y
Littlefslr Mary E Young Mabel K
Loucks Frank A 2
Llttlefalr John II Z&dow Sophia
Laird William Zadow Rudolph
Zadow Wm F
Eathorne William J Kitchen Joseph H
Harris W E Kitchen Hilda
Harris Fred 8 Kitchen John 0
Jnry James H Kitchen Abhte
Jury Richard Moyle Edward James
Klt' hen Thomas Moyle Edv nr^
Ktfhm Mabel Rogers Isaac H
Armstrong W D Murphy James H
Abel Claire Weber Madden George M
Bertrand M II Madden Frances G
Boland Harry T Miller M II
Blanchi Raphael Measerve C F
OliurcMleld James Mullison Ceorge
Clancy Hugh Mahoney W J
Dwyer James H Kelson Knud
Fulkerson F A UuSHell Roy
Fulkerson Jose Rabbaa Jeff F
Florio Autonto Shultea Mary Breen
try Fred L Scott John
Goodhue B F Shultea W J
Grlltin C W Smith Joseph D
Hennessey M K Shnltes Margaret
Hoffmaater John Shultea George W
Hough M J Shultea Frances
Hough Mrs MJ Shultes George D
Ives ter Harry J Tatten John
Johns Dan ToroUnau'n Dan J
giefeTtf 1 Vaughan Harry
?® fe J A „ White John
Leonard F E Woodside Robert B
^nadon c A Woodside Elva F
Latta JO Weymouth Belle Weber
McGowan Henry Weckerly Frank
McDonald A D Weber T It
“,lle'w [; , Weber Josephine
Murphy trank Weber Mabel H
Battin Grace D Marold Rudolph Z
Jacob G Marold Frank
Battin Clarence B Mackey Edward 0
Bates John C - McLeod John
Bradley Ella M Mahoney Martin
Cook Francis Pratt Charles W
Cobb Earl H Peterson Carl
Conners Frank S 1'luuimer Ross J
Conners Ferauce Hand Helen M
Cobb Emma J Hand Dan B
O'Donnell Pete Richardson Kellie
DeWltt Charles W Roinmell George
Downey Daniel Kaine James Shelton
Delaney Frank Anthony Raiue William S
H 8 Rice John Brooks
Foster James Adam Rice Grace
Goodfellow Geo W Rand Mary L
Goldaby Ira D Hand Charles H
Hawkina Wm Hand Mary Allen
Hooper John E Raiue Robert F
Hammond William Romano James
Hale Frank G Romano Fellcita Lanl
Hawkins Henry RBlne Evelyn M
Hawkins Fred Swan John
Hawkins Emuia Sexton Eugena C
Hildebrand Ella May Hiri Bernard
Jones Margaret Hiri Antone
Joues William Sexton J E
Jones Wendell P Sexton Frances
Jones Madellno Thomas M E
Johnson J E Valleo Mabel
Kellog John M VanLanningham C 0
McLaughlin Charles Walker Charles S
McLaughlin John D Whitmore Morman A
McLaughlin Annie G Waltlien John L
McKinnon Ida Welty Clara
Mackey Walter 0 Walker Elizabeth Rand
Merlaldo Antonio Welty N J
Merlaldo Caruella Walsh Thomas F
Mlcholetti Paul Yales Kora
Yates William S
Armstrong Mrs Wade Knight E J
Armstrong Wade Kilpatrick Charles
Buckskin Webb B LevingsGeo B
Buckskin Maggie Murdcck Hattie L
Bruffey B H Plummer A
Bruffey K V Plummer Karsh
Bruffey T A Plummer Roy T
Flynn J A Ratteree Jack
Flynn Joseph Riordan John
Flynn Mrs Joseph S&stonavtch John
Flynn Catherine Snider Geo W
Ferrari Paul Smith A G
Gilbert J A Si in mark Fredrick
Gilbert Ida B Stolleuwerck 8 F
Haddow John Thatcher A O
Jones T II Wt'ber Paul
Bailey Joe Dron Thomas .1
Bailey Mrs J A Lnoey Anna L
Bailey John A Modarelli Maria
Carletti Pietro Modarelli Nick
Carletti Hattie Winzell Frank
Cockrill John Leslie Wilson B.> ron F
Oockrlll Kate Winzell Ada V
Wilson Mlrle
Affranchino Catherine Ferrari John
Affranchino E G C Gi bell ini Loula
Affranchino A Mario Bernardo
Borgna Judith Prina Caesar
Blsoni Albino Tamiettl Joe
Bisoni Angelo Vacearo Angela
Borgna Angelo Vacearo Mike
Baumann Emil Gregg Marshall
Damele Pietrinti Isaac Maurice
Danaefe Tessie Isaac Mary
Darnel* Marie Isaac Martiti
Damele Autone Piert tti Margaret
Damele Steven Pieretti Manrlzio
Damele Marian Walti Mary
Damele Peter Walti Carolin
Damele Bernard Walti Emil
Ferguson Ralph Walti Fritz
Fcrgason Warren O Via Bert
Fergnson Theresa Via Louise
Baalman 0 Johnson Elizabeth
Crofnt Andrew I) Maggini Clement
Orofut Fred D Munch William
OrofutMaryE Romano Bridget
Cox William F Romano Frank . *
Cox Lila 0 Ricketts Minnie P
Dibble Andrew 0 Slrl Benvenuto
Dibble Emma E Sadler Edgar
Eccles John Sadler Ethel
Eccles Matilda Siri John
Jacobson Grace P Sadler Charles*
JaoobsouJP Tortorrolo Frederioo
Johnson Eugene C Toft Nele
R. MoO II ARLES, County Olerk.
This hotel, formerly the Venezia, is now under new management and will
be conducted in a manner to please all patrons. Meals 7o cents. Koom and Board
$50 per month. Board $40 per month. Spanish style of rooking.
LEON AGUIRRE, Proprietor
Main and Silver Streets Eureka, Nevada

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