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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
KEY PITTMAN
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Candidate for Renomination on
Democratic Ticket
At Primary Election Septem
ber 5, 1922
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And Re-election to the
UNITED STATES SENATE
PETER BUOL
Announces His Candidacy for
Nomination as
UNITED STATES SENATOR
From Nevada on the Repub
lican Ticket at the Pri
mary, September 5,
1922
FOR
UNITED STATES SENATOR
CHARLES S. CHANDLER
REPUBLICAN
Primary Election, Tuesday,
September 5, 1922.
A. J. MAESTRETTI
CANDIDATE FOR
DISTRICT JUDGE,
Third Judicial District—Eureka and Lander Counties
ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 1922
C. ZE3I. MOOEE
REPUBLICAN
BUSINESS MAN FOR CONGRESS
AT THE PRIMARY ELECTION SEPTEMBER 5, 1922
Advocating a square deal for the laboring man, legisla
tion for the best interests of the farmer, mining in
dustry and the stockman. All for a greater Nevada.
W. R. REYNOLDS
Candidate for
DISTRICT JUDGE
Third Judicial District—Eu
reka and Lander Counties
—Election November 7,
1922
im STITE KWS
Drilling work la at a standstill In
the Fallon oil district at the present
time, (or the first time In two years.
It Is thought the the Newlands
project will dispatch 200 cars of
cantaloupes during the present melon
season.
Raw vegetables and green apples,
eaten by two-year-old Robert Erie,
caused convulsions which resulted in
the child's death near Carson. The
parents of the child are traveling
from Washington to California in
wagons.
The Colorado River Commission
will meet on November IS at Santa
Fe, New Mexico, to draft the final
form of contract between the States
acceptable to the Federal govern
ment governing the waters of the
Colorado river.
An early morning fire at Truckee
Saturday threatened destruction of
the town. The blaxe destroyed the
Sierra Tavern, the Donner Oarage
and two residences. Fire equipment
of the Southern Pacific Railroad
Company was used In quenching the
fiames.
Ous Petie of Mound House, whose
leg caught in a conveyor belt at the
Mound House gypsum plant, suffered
injuries which necessitated amputa
tion of the injured member. His leg
was nearly torn from his body, and
amputation about six Inches above
the knee was necessary.
An order for the destruction of ap
proximately seventy-five stills and
700 gallons of moonshine liquor has
been made by Judge E. S. Farring
ton in the Federal court at Carson,
and the marshal's office is ready to
proceed within the next few days
with the destruction of the merry
mucilage.
Governor Emmett D. Boyle has re
turned to Reno from Las Vegas,
where he had charge of the strike
situation fer several days. The Gov
ernor stated that the conditions in
Las Vegas were exaggerated from
the first, the result of fervid Imagin
ation in the minds of railroad officials
and newspapermen.
Because the institution at Berke
ley, Calif., where Nevada has been
educating its blind, is now full, other
pupils will be sent from this State to
a similar institute at Ogden, Utah.
Five students are being taken there
from Berkeley and three will be tak
en next month. The State defrays
the cost of education and keep.
William and Nellie McFarland,
charged with attempting to steal a
Ford from a Montello motor car
dealer, are at the Elko County jail
awaiting a trip to the State peniten
tiary at Carson. They appeared be
fore Judge Taber for trial and were
sentenced to serve from two to fifteen
years, following their entering a plea
of guilty.
John Robb Clarks, attorney of Las
Vegas, has been cited by the State
Supreme Court to appear September
S to show cause why he should not !
be deprived of his certificate and li
cense to practice law. The com
plaint against Clarks, filed by the
Las Vegas Bar Association, alleges
unethical and improper conduct.
Extensive deposits of gypsum lo
cated approximately 12 miles east
and Bouth of Gerlach in the northern
part of Washoe County, said to be in
exhaustible and of fine quality, are
to be worked on a large scale by the
Pacific Portland Cement Company.
A grading contract for five miles of
standard gauge railroad connecting
with the Western Pacific is to be let
within a few days, bids having been
received and passed upon, which will
connect with the mine by an aerial
tramway to be built.
DEMOCRATS VOTE FOR
RICHARDS FOR CONGRESS—Advt.
eastern orders to
DEWATER TYBO MINE
Tonopah Times: N. F. Kerr, su
perintendent of the Louisana Con.
mine and smelter at Tybo. ha* re
ceived Instructions from New York
to arrange for dewatering the mine
which has been accumulating water
for the past two years since the com
pany went on the rocks. The prop
erty has been in the hands of 8. R
Moore, receiver, under whose direc
tions the property was sold last Fall
in accordance with orders of the U.
S. Court. The receivership was com
pleted when Mr. Moore submitted his
final report to the court in January.
The holdings of the Lousiana Com
pany were bought in for the stock
holders by a committee consisting of
Julius Slebert and Herman Rawltrer.
two representative capitalists of New
York, who always expressed great
faith in the company making good
under proper management. The or
der to dewater the mine was accom
panied by notice that it was deemed
desirable to sample the group and.
from this. It is inferred that the re
organized company Is preparing to
resume on a large scale.
TONOPAH FIRE LOSS
PLACED AT $75,000
Three business blocks on lower
Main street were completely destroy
ed by flames at Tonopah Wednesday
after the biggest fire that has oc
curred at Tonopah since July 8, 1912.
when four business blocks In the
center of town were destroyed. At
that time both newspaper offices and
brokerage buildings were demol
ished.
The total Insurance on the ruined
property is said to be $25,000.
Revision of the estimate of the fire
loss lowers it to between $75,000 and
$100,000. One of the heavy losers is
J. Grant Crumley, owner of the
Globe garage, valued at $10,000.
Fifteen of the finest cars in Tonopah
were removed before the flames
touched the building.
Dynamite and the arrival of a spec
ial train from Goldfield are respon
sible for saving the Southern Pacific
depot.
WHITE PINE RANCHER
RELIEVES IN MOONSHINE
Hoy Mathias, manager of the Cleve
land ranch of the Adams-McGill com
pany, was an Ely visitor during the
week and states that he is now a
moonshiner for fair, which is ac
counted for by the fact that during
the past week the wind blew so hard
in Spring Valley that his haying
crews found much difficulty in har
vesting. As the wind always "lays"
at night Roy decided to do the work
by moonlight, hence during the early
part of the week crews commenced
work at 1 o’clock in the morning and
continued until the wind came up af
ter the rising of the sun. The scheme
was found to work satisfactorily In
accomplishing results in the held,
but the men would not indorse It as
a regular proposition.—Ely Record.
COPPER BELT WOULD
REDUCE TRAIN SERVICE
Frank B. Warren, acting secretary
of the Nevada Public Service Com
mission, announces that the Nevada
Copper Belt Railroad Company has
applied for permission to reduce its
dally train service between Mason
and Hudson to trt-weekly. Lack of
traffic and the necessity of reducing
expenses are given as reasons for
making the request.
The events of the night before gen
erally stand out most forcibly the
day following.
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EUREKA CASH STORE,
Eureka, Nevada
To The Republican Voter* of Nevada:
As a candidate for the nomination for Congressman 1 ®,
licit your votes at the primary, September 5, 1922. I ^
make an expensive primary campaign, nor do I believe it ia the
proper thing to do, I simply wish to put my candidacy
before you, solely upon the basis of my fitness for the
and strength as a candidate to win for the party. If you believ,
that my personal ability, character, and experience, my wid,
acquaintanceship with the State of Nevada, and its needs, s®
such as to fit me to represent you in Congress, and you furtbe
believe that my political strength is such as to promise victory
over the Democratic candidate, I trust that you will vote **.
cordingly. If nominated I will make the most vigorous ct®.
paign and I am confident that I can win in November, and, if
elected, I will endeavor to make you one of the best Congrs®,
men Nevada ever had.
Faithfully yours,
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
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J. A. Sewell, President A. E. Kimball, Vice-President
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THE EUREKA HOTEL
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building with hot and cold water throughout, elec
trically lighted, and has an up-to-date bath room.
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