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The Eureka sentinel. (Eureka, Nev.) 1902-current, November 16, 1918, Image 4

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EUROPEAN WlHl ENDED
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all such mines and obstructions are
to be indicated.
26. The existing blockade condi
tions set up by the Allies and asso
ciated powers are to remain liable to
capture.
27. All naval aircraft are to be
concentrated and immobilized in Ger
man bases to be specified by the Al
lies and the United States of America.
Belgian Coast and Black Sea
28. In evacuating the Belgian coasts
and ports Germany shall abandon all
merchants ships, tugs, lighters,
cranes and all other harbor materialas,
all materials for inland navigation,
all aircraft and all materials and
stores, all arms and armaments, and
all stores and apparatus of all kinds.
29. All Black sea ports are to be
evacuated by Germany; all Russian
war vessels of all descriptions seized
by Germany in the Black sea are to
be handed over to the Allies and the
United States of America; all neutral
vessels seized are to be released; all
warlike and other materials of all
kinds seized in those ports are to be
returned and German materials as
specified in clause 28 are to be aban
doned.
Merchant Vessels
30. All merchant vessels in Ger
man hands belonging to the Allied
and associated powers are to be re
stored in ports to be specified by the
Allies and the United States of Amer
ica without reciprocity.
31. No destruction of ships or of
materials t o be permitted before
evacuation, surrender or restoration.
32. The German government will
notify the neutral governments of
Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Hol
land, that all restrictions placed on
the trading of their vessels with the
Allied and associated countries,
whether by the German government
or by private German interests, and
whether in return for sepecific con
cessions such as the export of ship
building materials or not are immed
iately cancelled.
33. No transfers of German mer
chant shipping of any description to
any neutral flag are to take place
after signature of the armistice.
Armistice for Thirty Days
34. The duration of the armistice
is to be thirty days, with the option
to extend. During this period, on
failure of execution of any of the
above clauses, the armistice may be
denounced by one of the contracting
parties on 48 hours previous notice.
The limit for reply:
35 This armistice to be accepted
or refused by Germany within 72
hours of notification.
It Is the End of War
The war thus comes to an end; for,
having accepted these terms of ar
mistice, it will be impossible for the
German command to renew it.
As an emergency war measure to
relieve the scarcity of teachers the
State Board of Education has ar
ranged to issue provisional certifi
cates to high school graduates and
to teachers who have already had a
temporary certificate.
MMHA )
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W. H. RUSSELL
9 Eureka, Nevada'
THE EUREKA GASH STORE
Has just received the first of Three Carloads of the
Well Known High Patent
KAYSVILLE FLOUR
Also large shipments of other merchandise and
Stockmen’s supplies for Winter
J. B. REBALEATI R. O. KELLEY
NEW GARACE OPENED
We have opened a new Garage in Eureka and will soon be prepared to handle all
kinds of automobile repairing work, but on account of the non-arrival of our tools are
unable to do general repair work at this time.
A large stock of United States tires and tubes for Dodge and Ford cars is carried.
We carry Union Gasolene and Distillate, and Aristo and White Star oils in all
grades, which will be sold either wholesale or retail.
KELLEY A REBALEATI
South Main Street adjoining Merialdo Hotel, Eureka, Nevada.
Tony Pollari Edward Herrera
THE EUROPA HOTEL
Under new management is now the leading hotel in Eureka. It is a
brick and stone building with hot and cold water throughout, and an up
to-date Bath Room. Particular attention is given to the Table and first
class meals will be served at 76 cents. Room and Board $60 per month.
Board 940 per month. Bar in connection.
POLLARI A HERRERA, Proprietors
Oomer Main and Clark Streets Eureka, Nevada
THE SPANISH HOTEL
This hotel, formerly the Venezia, is now under new management and will
be conducted in a manner to please all patrons. Meals 75 cents. Room and Board
$50 per month. Board $40 per month. Spanish style of cooking.
LEON AGUiRRE, Proprietor
Main and Silver Streets Eureka, Nevada
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
E311S.O, Nevada
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $175,000.
Member of a United States Federal Reserve Bank and under Government
inspection, which to-day means a Strong and Safe bank.
We solicit your banking business
J. A. Sewell, President O. F. Williams, Vice President
A. B. KnnaT.T., Vice President B. B. Ennor, Cashier
A good bank
from which it may be withdrawn at any moment, is
the best place for money
which yon may want at any moment.
Onr depositors know that they can get their money
on demand, and that it is safer here than it wonld be in
their own onstody.
Become a depositor with the
Henderson Banking Company
ELKO, NEVADA
John Henderson, President L. O. Henderson, Vice President
Hayden Henderson, Cashier Lambert Henderson, Asst. Cashier
I
General BankingiTrust Company Business |
Exchange Bought and Sold on All Parts of the World f
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS SAYINGS DEPARTMENT
Stocks and Bonds Bought and Sold on Commission
ACENT FOR THE LEADING FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES |;
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT \
Acts as Executors or Administrators For Estates j
Acts as Transfer Agents For Corporations
Acts as Judiciary Agents
Otr TRANSFER OF MONEY BY WIRE A SPECIALTY
As much attention paid to large as to small business
■ ----- II
RENO BANKING HOUSER NEVADA
[ Age 46 Years-Ass els $3,500,000,00
DIRECTORS DEPARTMENTS .
F. E. HUMPHREY. ..President Commercial Savings
F. M. ROWLAND. Vice-Pres. Trnst Loan
J. R.YAN NAGELL. Vice-Pres. Investment Insurance
J™ L°R.Cashier Exchange Bonding
F.STADTMULLER.Asst.Cash. Foreign Brokerage
RUDOLPH HERZ ^ E8CTOW Tra“sfer:
U OLPH HERZ Collection Safe Deposit
We Welcome Your Business We Offer You Every Facility
Large and Small Known to Modern Banking
CALL OR WRITE
PROFESSIONAL CARdsI
EDNA C. PLUMME:
Attorney at Law
Office in Courthi
Eureka .... Nev(
W. R. REYNOLDS
Attorney and Counselor at Li
Eureka, Nevada
Office, Hjul Building, Opposite Bn
Hotel.
Beatific Lodge No. 7, K. of I
Meets every Tuesday evening at its (
Hall on North Main Btreet, at 7 o
from October 1 to March 31, and at
o’clock from April 1 to September 30.
All Brother Knights in good Btandin
fraternally invited to attend.
J. B. Ventorino, 0.
Attest: D. K. Nohtbosa K. of H. ft
Stockgrowers and
Ranchers’ Bar
OF RENO. NEVADA
Capital, (fully paid) $100,000.
We transact a general bank:
business.
Allow interest on savings depo(
at the rate of 4% per annum.
We solioitjyour business.
Notice 10 Hunters
The new “Migratory Bird Treaty Act
Regulations,” provides that the open se
for water fowl (except wood duck, eider d
and swan) in Nevada is from September 1
December 31, both dates included. The si
ing may begin one-half hour before su
and closes at sunset.
Doves, both mourning and white-wir
are aUo included in the Migratory Bird Tr
Act, and the open season is from the 1st
of September to December 15, both date*
eluded.
M. MAHONEY,
Deputy Fish and Game Wat
General Graying
i
Having purchased the draying bus
ness in Eureka of K. A. Laird, I ar
now prepared to do all kinds of haulin
at reasonable rates. Wood, Coal an
Hay for sale in large or small quant
ties, delivered in any part of Eureka.
Leave orders at Eureka Garage.
JULIUS MINOLETTI.
Water Notice
Notice of Application for Permission to
propriate the Public Waters of the
State of Nevada
Application No. 5261. j
Notice is hereby given that on the 27th
of September, 1918, in accordance with Sec
59, Chapter 140, of the Statutes of 1918,
Angelo Florio, of Eureka, County of
reka, and State of Nevada, made applica
to the State Engineer of Nevada for pen
sion to appropriate the public waters of
State of Nevada. Such appropriation k
be made from Broy Spring, Eureka Cmn
Nevada, at a point about 1500 feet South
Secret Canyon and about 3J miles South
Eureka, Nevada, on unsurveyed 'and.
proximately in the NEJ NEJ, Sec. 14, 1.
N„ R. 53 E„ M. D. B. & M., by mean
tunnels and pipes, and one-half miner si
is to be conveyed to approximately NhjN
Sec. 14, T. 18 N., R. 53 E„ M. D. B. &
Unsurveyed land, by means of pipes,
troughs, and there used for stock watering I
domestic purposes. Water not to be returi
to stream. __
Signed: SEYMOUR CASE,
State Engineel
Date of first publication Oct. 26, 1918.
Date of last publication Nov. 23, 1918.
Notice for Publicatio
03542 , ,,
Elko, Nevada, Land Office, October lb
1918. n I
Notice ie hereby given that flora u. ‘
bart, of Beowawe, County of Eureka, Mat*
Nevada, has filed in this office her apphcat
to enter, under the provisions of Section a
or 2307, Revised Statutes of the Unsted Mat
the following described land, viz:
The Northwest Quarter of Southwest 4
ter (N WJSWi),) of Section Thirty-three [i
Township Twenty-seven (271 North, ha'
Forty-eight (48) East, M. O. B- & -’1-> c
taining Forty (40) Acres. , .
Any and all persons claiming adversely
lands described, or desiring to object, bee
of the mineral character of the land, or tor
other reason, to the disposal to *PP
should tile their affidavits of protest in
office, on or before the 30th day of Novem
1918. „ •
John E. Robbins, Register.
First publication Oct. 26, 1918.
Last publication Nov. 30,1918.
MINING TAX
Notioe is hereby giveu that the tuxes on t
prooeeds of the mines of Eureka Oountv
the .quarter ending September SO, lot' >
low due and payable to me at my office in -
reka and the law in reg»’ 'l t» the
itriotly enforced W. J. HOOPF.K.
Assessor of Eureka County, Nevada,

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