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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- j class meals will be served at 76 cents. Room and Board $60 per month. Board $40 per month. POLLARI A HERRERA, Proprietors Corner Main and Clark Streets Eureka, Nevada THE SCOTT HOTEL This hotel, formerly the Spanish, is now under new management and will be conducted in a manner to please all pot runs. Room and Board $45 per month. The restaurant will be conducted on the Short Order plan, and meals will be served at all hours. Bakery in connection, with pies, cakes and bread baked every day. RUSSELL SCOTT, Proprietor Main and Silver Streets Eureka, Nevada DENTISTRY Dr. A. E. Belanger, graduate of the Chicago College of Dental Surgery, will be here for a short time, prepared to do high class and guaranteed dental work. Dr. Belanger will make regular trips to this city every two months. Europa Hotel, Boom 21. Stock Ranch g Range for Sale Good Fall range near white sage sufficient for 20,000 head of sheep; State Engineer’s title to 12 range springs near Win ter range; Summer range for 2000 head of sheep or 600 head of cattle. With the above is a ranch of 200 acres of pat ented land, most of which is under Cultivation; this year’s crops of hay, oats and potatoes now on the place; yonng or chard and new buckrakes, derrick, wagons and other machin ery neoessary to run the plaee. This is an ideal Fall range for sheep. For further particulars^ apply at Sentinel office. THE EUREKA CASH STORE Choice Groceries*.and Provisions HardwareandAmmnnition Vegetables and Fruit Received Every Week by Express Complete Lines of Tinware, Agateware! Craniteware and Cooking Utensils J» B. BIALE Manager Sole agent in Eureka for the Giant Powder Co. Consolidated Vtt ALL GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY Schooling Banking £ Trust Co. RENO, NEVADA I General BankingiTrust Company Business Exohange Bought and Sold on All Parts of the World INTERE8T PAID ON DEPOSITS 8AVINC8 DEPARTMENT: Stocks and Bonds Bought and Sold on Commission AGENT for the leading fire insurance companies SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOB BENT Acts as Executors or Administrators For Estates Acta as Transfer Agents For Corporations Acta as Judiciary Agents TRANSFER of money by wire a specialty 1, m~*h at*enH*» ptt** to «**•» O' <« ^rye Sgsjggss State Polie. Officer Roafcao Lieut. P. M. Newgard, of the Ne vada State Police force, haa reagned, pending action on charge# of having falsely imprisoned one of the men arrested at theTonopah ball park two weeks ago. He was arraigned be fore Justice Grier and released on his own recognizance. Electric apparatus has been invent ed by a Swiss, employing magnetism to pack nails in boxes in regular layers. _ In Japan and parts of China, 9ea oirds do the fishing for the inhabi tants. Notion | Windfall Mine All pel son* are warned against go ing upon the premises of the Wind fall Mine. The stealing of material from said mine mast cease. The last thieves took a large Stillsen, track jack, belting; broke open the black smith shop, store house and bullion melting room. No one has authority to give per mission to any one to go on this prop erty, and the keeper has been so ad vised, with instructions to stop the stealing if possible. The party who went there to and did carry away gupplies in an auto about 5 s. m. recently, will confer a favor by returning the material as they are known. J. E. SEXTON, Owner. L i Assayers, Chemists Tonopah, Nevada MILAN DAVIDOVICH AND A. C. HANBAUCH Control and Umpire Work a SPECIALTY Mine Examination and Sam pling Mill Testa P. O- Box 70S. Phone 404 Opposite Golden Rule SHEEP FOR SALE We have about 4600 head of breeding ewe sheep in good condi tion. ready for delivery abont Oc tober 16, 1919. These sheep will be sold with or without bucks. This is an exceptional opportunity for any one desiring to start in the sheep business. For farther particulars, apply to BIDART A FLORIO, Eureka, Nevada. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN It having oome to my knowledge that certain people have made statements that they intended to beat np certain of onr men work ing for the firm of Bidart & Florio, I desire to state that if at any time onr sheep do any damage to any property, we stand ready to make good all damages. If there is any beating np to be done, I prefer to be the one to be beaten, bat leave my employees alone. A. 0. FLORIO, Enreka, Nevada, July IS, 1919. Estray Notice About Augutt 1, 1919, e light grey raddle hone weighing ebout eleven hundred pound* end branded apeerbeed on left ihoulder end horae«hoe with open *ide up over honeehoe with open ■ide down on right thigh; be* lerg* wound on right jew. The owner cen recover the enimel by peying pe-turege end edvertieing eoet*. J. R. TOONONI, Duokweter, Neved*. Aug 16tS ORE SAMPLE ENVELOPES Strong, metal-clasped Manila Envel opes irritable for sending ore samples and small machinery parts through the mails, for «le at the 8bvt»xl office. Notice Of Sale Of Real Rotate And Personal Property In the Third JudicUl Oietrict Court of the 3t»t« ol Nevede, in end for the County of Eurek*. In the matter of the Estate of Clay bin me NOTICE °IS*?HERRBY GIVEN: That pursuant to an order of the Third Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada in and lor the County of Eureka made in the mat ter of the estate of Claybonme Simms, de ceaaed, upon the 22nd day of August, l»i*, 1 will sell st public auction to the highest and hast bidder for cash, and subject to the confir mation of the aoove entitled Court, in one lot or parcel as a whole, on Monday, the loth lay of September, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. at the late residenoe of the de ceased, in the town ol Enreka County of Eu reka State of Nevada *11 the real estate be longing to said estate, and described as follows, io-wit: The West half of Lot No. 1 In Block No 4, together with improvements thereon: *lso all of lot No. 2 in Block No. 4, together with Improvements, said lots being described >n the official map of the town of Eoreka, County of Eoreka State of Nevada; also mi undivided one-third interest in and to the R. R. No. 2 Mid the R. R. No. 5 lode mining claims, situate io the Ruby Mountain Mining District, County of White Pina State of Ne vada Also all the personal property belonging to said estate, and described as follows, towit; )ne large Cabinet, one small Cabinet, two Chinese Pheasants, one stuffed Owl, Boomer angs and war dubs, one banjo, one miners pick, one miner’s caudle stick, five pieces of silverware, 2 hair clippers, on* kodak, on* camera and accessories, wearing apparel, one revolver, one rifle, one suit case, on* trunk containing underwear, one oil heating stove, •ne safety razor, 24 cords of pine wood; two cords of cedar wood (sawed), one heating stove, one miner’s magnifying glass, one reading glass, household furniture. Bated at Eureka, Nevada, this 22nd day of August, 1919. CHARLES RUBEN. Administrator. Reynolds A Esther Attorney*. Bat* of first publication August 23, 1919. Bate of last publication Sept. 13, 1919. Proposals For Road Work Sealed bid* marked "Bide fur Uuad Work on Newark summit Hoad,’' wilt be received by tbe Board of County Comuiiosiouers of Eu reka County, Nevada, until tbe 16th day of September, 1919, at tbe hour of 1 o'clock p. m. A aaid day, at tbe offioe of the Clerk of said Board, in the town of Eureka, Couuty of Eu reka, State of Nevada, for the grading and joustruotion of eaid road for a distance of 2200 (set beginning at a stake on the West end of the Narrow* of said Newark s .mmit road and extending 2200 feet in an easterly direction to s point marked by a stake on the north side of said canyon. All work to be done according to s|iecifica tious on ble in the office of the Clerk of said Board. Work to be completed on or before Novem ber 15th, 1919. Work to be hrst-claas, sagebrush and rocks removed, and a good road constructed, and to be not less than 12 feet wide at the bottom. Tbe work will be paid for by Eureka Coun ty after approval and acceptance by the Board if County Commissioners, wblob shall not be later than tbe 2Uth day of November, 1919. The Board reserves tbe right to reject any uid all bids. Dated at Eureka, Nevada, this 23rd day of August,,1919. R. J. REID, Chairman of tbe Board of County Commis sioner s. First publication August 23, 1919. Last publication September 13, 1919. Notice Of fro bate Of Will In the Third Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada in and for the County of Eureka In the matter of the Estate of Rinaldo Beffa, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a petition for the probate of the W ill of Rinaldo Beffa, deceased, aod for the issuance of letter* testamentary to Etta A. Rogantini, has been tiled in this court; that Monday the 22nd day of September, 1919, at 1:00 o’clock p. in. of said day, at the court room of said Court, at the court house in said county of Eureka, hare been appointed as the lime and place for hear ing said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and contest same aod •how cause, if any i bey may have, why said petition should not be granted. Dated September 4th, 1919. R. MoCHAHLES. Clerk. First publication September 6, 1919. Last publication September 20, 1919. Notice for Publication 03702 Elko Nevada, Land Office Eureka, Nevada, August 6th, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Jurgen P. Jacobsen, of Eureka, County of Eureka, State of Nevada, has filed in this office bis applica tion to enter—select—locate uoder the pro vision of Section 2906, Revised Statutes »f the United States, granting additional lands to soldiers and sailors who served in the Army and Navy of the United State* during the war of the Rebellion the following described land, vis: The North half of the Northwest quarter of Section 22, Township 24 North, Range 64 East, M. D. B. A M. * Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, or desiring to object, because of the mineral character of the land, or any other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protests In this 1919*’ 0n °r lwfor® **** 20111 of September, ... Joh* E. Robbinb, Register. First publication August 16, 1919. Last publication September 13, 1919. mining tax NoUm U hereby given that the taxes on the prooeede of the minee of Eureka County for the quarter ending June 80, 1919, are now due and payable to meat my office in Eu *£* , ,n r*«»rd *o the ume will be •trictly enforced. W. J. HOOPF.K, Ameaeor of Enreka County, Nevada I Subscribe for Sbbtibbis—$8 per year I EDNA C. PLDMMEE Attonej at Law Offloe in Laird Hniia^ Main Stmt Eureka, Ner»d, W. R. REYNOLDS EDGAR EATHKK Attorneys-at-Law Notary Public A bstracting of Title Offloe in Court House Eureka - Ner*d, GEO. A. JAKES CO. AHHATKKH and CHEMISTS Ora Shipments to Selby Supervised XM.VJ Hrlden Mmae, Of Hush at Xoor Kearny, Hun f mu rises Btaiiflc Lod£e No. 7, K. of P. MmIi it«j Tiwdiy (Tailing (t ita Oaatit i (all on North Main (treat, at 7 o'deek mm October 1 to March 31, and at JX clock from April 1 to September 30. All Brother Knighta in good • tending U( ratemaJty invited to attend. Wiu. J. Swice, 0. C. A Meet: D. R. NonTBoea K. of R. 4 R, Stockgrowers and Ranchers’ Bank OF RENO, NEVADA Capital, (fully paid) • 100,000.00 We transect a general banking business. •Allow interest on savings deposit* at the rate of 4% per annum. We solicit your business. General Draying Having purchased the draying busi ness in Eureka of K. A. Laird, I am now prepared to do all kinds of hauling at reasonable rates. Wood, Coal and Hay for tale in Urge or small quanti ties, delivered in any part of Eureka. I^eave orders at Eureka Garage. JULIUS MINOLETTI. DENTIST Dr. Mabel K. Young the well-known Dent ist is again in Eureka prepared to do all kinds of dental work. Offic<- on Spring street All work Guaranteed. WATER NOTICE Notice of Application for Permiaeion to Ap propriate the Public Water* of thejd State of Nevada ___. Application No. 654L|fc XVotice in hereby given that on the 16th day of June, 1919, in accordance with Section ■69, Chapter 140, of the Statute* of 191S, the Nevada Hydraulic (iold Mining Company, a corporation, of Sait Lake City, County of Salt Lake, and State of Utah, made applica tion to the State Kogiueer of Nevada for per appropriated water*, at a point in the NWJ of NWi, Sec. IS, T. 36 !*., R. 50 B.. M. D. B. A M., by mean* of a dam, and reaervoir, and 1300 acre feet or 3.0 cubic feet per aecond i* to be conveyed to N WiNWJ, Sec. 19, T. 36 ft., R. 61 E., M. D B A M., by mean* of pip**« ditchee, and flume*, and there u*ed for mining milling, and domeatic purpoaee. Water to be returned to etream in the NW4 of N'6'i, Bee, 19, T. 36 N.. R. 61 E., M. D. B. A M. Signed: J. O. SGRUUHAM, State Engineer. Date of firat publication Aug. 16, 1919. Date of laat publication Sept. 13. 1919., Nuisance Defined And Warning To Public In order that the public may be advised as to wbst constitutes a nuisance, the foil.)win* is the statutory definition: Section 5604 of the compiled laws of Nevada provides that “anything which is injurious to health, or indecent and offensive to the senses, or an obstruction to the free use of property, so as to interfere with the comfortable enjoy ment of life or property, ia a nuisance, and the subject of an action,” etc. Therefore, in pur suance of the above statute, the public is here by warned that any violation of the abo** statute will be prosecuted, and the offending party required to abate the nuisance. 4““ when any person shall deposit any filthy suh stance, such as dead animals, fowls or other filthy substance within one mile distant, radi ating from the Poet Office, or near any public highway within the oounty, will, upon com plaint, ne required to remove the same, or ac tion will be taken. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Eureka, Nevada, July 5, 1919. I Mining ioontion blank* for *ale attb® 8unin offloa.