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. iiui at th* Lovelock Indian been signed up to appear “T!£ r3 rompanlei onthecoa.t Jllbllab a colony on the Truckee. " n» the California quarantine D"Jn®lf.lfa grown In Washoe. ***'"* nrmsby and Pershing Conn s'. production will be used local J^therTl* a heavy State demand. in Elko are fishing for front , western Pacific', water tank, flak were sucked In through a „lw from the river and forced *£ STunk where they have grown oConsiderable sl*e. Tv, western Pacific railroad com "Thursday signed an agreement 2,h its striking shopmen and they 2 ordered to return to work Frl ** Tt,|fl Is the first Pacific coaht nli to settle the strike. Thomss Mllovloh. of Tonopah. who . reused of advocating violence, -til face deportation, according to lird from Reno. Attorney George !»rU«msyer Is pressing the charges 22a,t Milovlcb. and If the charges If, confirmed, the man will be de t>rted as an undesirable alien. He U alleged to be an agitator and a radical. Motor trucks belonging to Ander Bros have Just completed haul 4000 feet of 14-Inch water pipe rom Mill Canyon In Mono County to v# ( pited Comstock Mines Company property In Storey County. Mill can yon Is near Lundy, the old deserted Li.|ng camp near Mono Lake, and the pipe was used about forty years ago in a mining enterprise. Fallon canteloupe growers are aomewhat discouraged as the result of the outcome of the canteloupe crop this season. Just as the heaviest con signments of "Hearts of Gold.” mel ons reached New York, the bottom dropped out of the market. In addi tion to this. William J. Hall, cante loupe broker, who had undertaken to msrket the crop, has unaccountably disappeared. The melons. It was Isarned. were delayed In transit east of Omaha and this delay reacted un fsvorably for the canteloupe growers, la spite of these reverses, the Fallon growers are discussing the advisabil ity of planting 2000 acres of cante loapst neat season. ADVICE TO MOTOIUHTH GOING TO JaAH VKGAH A correspondent who recently trav ersed the southern dejert en route to Lu Vegas writes the Times the fol lowing warning “If any one in Ton opah Intends going to Las Vegas by antb tell them to get their route from the garage at Beatty. I was routed over the old railroad bed and had to baild bridges In six places. At times I was in sand up to my hubs. The railroad bed is absolutely impass able.” There are now approximately 4. 000 buffaloes in the United States and (.000 in Canada. 1ihS.SEs t:~= -Z2rT=nVrT--=--ZZ=S. FLUSHING EWES INCREASES LAMB YIELD, TESTS REVEAL I In six years' work, the United State* Department of Agriculture has found that by extra feeding (com monly called ‘‘flushing') at breeding time. Its Southdown ewes yielded 19h more lambs per luho ewes than Southdown ewes otherwise given the same care and kept under the same conditions. Good blue *rass, mixed timothy and clover, or soy-bean pasture If available, furnish the most satlsfac tory and economical means of flush Ing; but If a drought has prevented good pasture, a supplementary grain ration has been found to give approx imately as good results in Increasing the number of lambs as the extra good pasture. A ration of oats alone, or equal parts by measure of corn, oats, and bran In the amount of about one-half to three-fourths pound per ewe per day. is a good one to use. Flushing Increases the size of the lamb crop In two ways—It puts the ewqp In better condition to make sure of their getting In lamb and it In creases the proportion of twin lambs. Sheep breeders are constantly striv ing to increase the proportion of lambB born to the number of ewes in their flocks, but they have in most cases paid little attention to the con dition of the ewes at breeding time. A little extra care and attention Just as the breeding season opens will bring results next Spring. LUCKY BOY DROP * TO BE INVESTIGATED Investigation of a manipulation of Divide Lucky Boy stock on the San Francisco market has been ordered by the president of the San Francisco Stock Exchange and H. Epstine and Zeb Kendall have been named as two of the members of the committee of investigation. Lucky Boy tumbled from 02 to 1U. with sales aggregating 78.500 shares, starting with 4000 at 52 and 1000 at 51. The next was 30, the break in ducing a panicky feeling that broke the price to 13 on the next sale, fol lowed by quick recovery to 15 and a reaction to 12 with a block on a buy er 30, closing with a sale of 1000 at the even dime. The only explanation from the bay city was that the pool refused to take any more stock. COAL ItOOkKI) KOIt A Tt’MHLK Detroit, Sept. 23.—Henry Ford, in an interview to-day. advised the peo ple of the country to ‘‘buy as little ( coal as possible now,” declaring “coal prices are tumbling.” shortly after his return from southern Ohio where he arranged for an uninterrupted movement of coal to his industries. The average life of a IS bill is 10 months through the country as a whole, and but eight months in dense centers of population. Come In and Have That Squeaking Wheel Fixed *E have taken the Agency for Tucker Wheel Tight eners and are in position to cure your wheel trou bles in short order. We will repair Ford Wheel;} for $1.50 each, and Large Car Wheels for $2.00 each, without dismounting unless necessary to tighten hub bolts. We repair either wood or steel felloe band wheels and guarantee them for one year. Come in and let us show you what these Tighteners will do. • EUREKA GARAGE, W. H. RUSSELL, Proprietor Gold Seal EUREKA CASH STORE Eureka, Nevada LUMBER And all its products, including Doors, Windows, Shingles, Lath, •tc. Also Building Paper and Builders’ Hardware. nfHVINO<Tl!lSB£RS, WEDGES Wholesale and Retail VERDI LUMBER COMPANY Elko, Nevada -—- a^^MB -—-_ Stockgrowers and Ranchers’ Bank OF RENO, NEVADA (’apital, (Fully Paid) $100,000.00 We transact a general banking business. Allow Interest on savings de posits at the rate of 4% per an num. We solicit your business ■ ■■ ■ Elko Paint Shop Company Auto Painting and Signs, Paper ing. Painting, Paints, Paper and Varnishes (or sale— Get our quotations. Our Motto: “(Quality and Service" Write to me, I go anywhere /. It. LEWIS, Proprietor, Store 524 Commercial Street— Phone 1951—P. O. Box 465 ELKO, NEVADA Elko Light Machinery Repairing Company We repair Gum, Typewrit ers, Phonographs, Cash Reg isters, Sewing Machines,. Adding Machines. Prompt attention given work sent in from outside. ADOLPH BIANCANI, Prop. 524 Commercial St. P. 0. Box 342. Elko, Nevada I 1 f ASSAYS ARE VITAL Assaying Is Important and Cheap Gold .$1.00 Oold and Silver 1.00 Gold. Silver and Lead. 1.5u Gold. Silver. Lead and Cop per .... 2.50 It. II. OFFICER * CO. ANSA VERS AND CHEMISTS 2d Years In Name I .oration 1111) N. West Temple Salt latkeCIty Semi tor our Shippers' Service letter __ i SILVER STATE CHEMICAL COMPANY A88AYKR8 & CHFMJ8T8 General Assaying, Analysis, Mine Sampling Send your samples to us. Write tor prices Wlnnemuoca P. O. Box 491 * DRAYING AND GENERAL JOBBING Having purchased the draying and general Jobbing business of Marco Venturino, I am now pre pared to do all kinds of hauling, both by team und trucks, at rea sonable rates. I'LMONT PA8TORINO. ’ MILK FOR SALE I have first class milk for sale at my home on South Main street, and am also prepared to deliver it to patrons in Eureka who desire it left at their homes. MnS. I .BN A TOONON1. FOUND A safety raaor case and outfit has been brought to the Sentinel office and Is here awaiting the owner, who can recover the same by Identifying It and paying for this notiea. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS • > ■ ? _ t n Propositions To Be Voted on at General Election To Be Field in Nevada, November, 1922 Authorized by GEORGE BRODIGAN, Secretary of State The following constitutional amendments (No. 1; No. 2) were! passed by the Legislatures of 1919 and 1921, and are to be voted upon by the people at the general election of 1922: N6. 1 .l-scniMjr Joint Hcwilutlon proposing to amend Section 20 of Article 4 of the Constitution of the State of Nevada. Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate concurring. That section 20 of article 4 of the constitution be amended so as to read as follows: Section 20. The legislature shall not pass local or special laws in any of the following enumerated cases, that Is so say: Regulating the juris diction and duties of justices of the peace and of constables, and fixing their compensation; for the punish ment of crimes and misdemeanors; regulating the practice of courts of justice; providing for changing the venue in civil and criminal cases; granting divorces; changing the names of persons; vacating roads, town-plots, streets, alleys and public squares; summoning and empaneling grand and petit juries, and providing for their compensation; regulating county and township business; reg ulating the election of county and township officers; for the assessment and collection of taxes for State, County, and township purposes; pro viding for opening and conducting elections of State, county, or town whip officers, and designating the places of voting; providing for the sale of real estate belonging to min ors or other persons laboring under legal disabilities; giving effect to in valid deeds, wills, or other instru ments; refunding money paid into the State treasury, or Into the treas ury of any county; releasing the In debtedness, liability or obligation of any corporation, association, or per son to the State, or to any county, town or city of this State; but noth ing in this section shall be construed to deny or restrict the power of the legislature to establish and regulate the compensation and fees of county officers, to establish and regulate tbe rates of freight, passage, toll and charges of railroads, toll-roads, ditch, flume and tunnel companies, incor porated under the laws of this Slate or doing business therein. No. 2 Senate Joint Resolution No. 4 of the Twenty-ninth Session. Proposal to uinend the Constitution of the State of Nevada. Resolved by the Senate, the As sembly concurring, That section 12 of article 4 of the constitution be amended to read as follows: In case of the death or resignation of any member of the legislature, either senator or assemblyman, the county commissioners of the county from which such member was elected shall appoint a person of the same political party as the party which elected such senator or assemblyman to fill such vacancy; provided, that this section shall apply only in cases where no general election takes place between the time of such death or resignation and the next succeeding session of the legislature. THE DIVORCE LAW The Act immediately following was proposed to the Legislature of 1921 by initiative petition; that Legisla ture rejected the measure, and pro posed a substitute. No. 3(b), which is also here given. Both of these measures are to be voted on by the people at the general election of 1922. and the one receiving the ma jority of votes will be the law. No. 3(a) An Act affecting divorce and matters properly connected therewith, pro viding for interlocutory decrees of divorce in certain cases and elim inating what arc commonly known as short-term decrees In divorce cases and repealing Section 22 of an Act entitled “An Act relating to marriage and divorce," approved November 28, 1861, as amended, and all other Acts or parts of Arts In conflict herewith. The People of the State of Nevada do enact as follows: Section 1. Divorce from the bonds of matrimony may be obtained, by complaint under oath, to the district court of the county in which the cause of action therefor shall have accrued, or In which *he plaintiff or defendant shall have resided six (61 months before the suit be brought for the following causes: First—Impotency at the time of . the marriage continuing to the time of the divorce. Second—Adultery, since the mar- | riage. remaining unforgiven. .Tltfrd—Wilful desertion, at any time, of either party by the other, for the period of one year. Fourth—Conviction of felony or infamous crime. Fifth — Habitual gross drunken-1 ness contracted since marriage of either party, which shall Incapacitate ' such party from contributing his or her share to the support of the fam ily sixth—-Extreme cruelty In either party. Seventh—Neglect of the husband, for the period of one year, to provide the common necessaries of life, when i such neglect Is not the result of pov erty on the part of the husband. | which he could not avoid by ordinary Industry. ' Sec. 2, The Judgment or decree of divorce granted under the provisions of this act shall be a final decree; provided, however, that If the court shall find from the evidence produced upon the trial that a reconciliation may he effected between the parties, the court may order the entry of an Interlocutory Judgment declaring that the party In whose favor the court decides is entitled to a divorce, end from such interlocutory judg ment an appeal may be taken within six (6) months after its entry in the same manner and with like effect as If the judgment were final. Sec. 3. When six (6) months have expired after the entry of any inter locutory judgment entered under section 2 hereof, the court, on mo tion of either party or on its own mo tion, may enter a final judgment granting (1) the divorce, and such final judgment shall (2) restore each of the parties _to the status of single persons, and *(3) permit either to marry after the entry thereof; pro vided. however, that the entry of such final decree shall not validate any marriage contracted by either party subsequent to the entry of such interlocutory judgment and prior to the entry of such final decree, nor constitute any defense to any crim inal prosecution made against eith er; and (4) such other and further relief as may be necessary to com plete disposition of the action, but if any appeal is taken from any such interlocutory judgment or motion for a new trial made, final judgment shall not be entered until such mo tion or appeal has been finally dis posed of, nor then, if the motion has been granted or judgment reversed. Sec. 4. Section 22 of an act en titled "An act relating to marriage and divorce,” approved November 28, 1861, as amended February 15, 1875, February 20, 1913, and Febru ary 23, 1915, is hereby repealed. A!1 other acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. No. 3(b) An Act proposing a legislative sub stitute fcr “An Act uffecting di vorce u d matters properly con nected ! 'rewith, providing for In terlocutory decrees of divorce in certain cases and eliminating what are commonly known as short-term decrees in divorce cases, and re pealing Hection 22 of an Art en titled ‘An Art relating to marriage and divorce,’ approved November 28, 1861, as amended, and all oth er Acts or parts of Acts in conflict herewith," presented to this Leg islature by the Secretary of State upon initiative petition under Sec tion 8 of Article 1W of the Consti tution, and to provide for the sub mission of a legislative substitute by the Secretary of State to the qualified electors for approval ofl rejection at the next ensuing gen eral election. Approved March 28, 1921 Whereas. There has been transmit ted to this legislature a measure in itiated by petition of more than ten per cent of the qualified electors of the State of Nevada as required by law. entitled “An act affecting di vorce and matters properly connect ed therewith, providing for interloc utory decrees of divorce in certain cases and eliminating what are com monly known as short term de crees in divorce cases, and repealing section 22 of an act entitled ‘An act relating to marriage and divorce,’ ap proved November 28, 1861,asamend ed. and all other acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith"; and Whereas, The legislature has re jected such initiative measure; and Whereas, Under the provisions of section 3 of article 19 of the consti tution of Nevada, the legislature may, with the approval of the Governor, propose a different measure on the same subject which shall be submit ted by the secretary Qf state to the qualified electors for approval or re jection at the#next ensuing general election; now, therefore. The People of the State of Nevada, represented In Senate and As sembly,'do enact as follows: Section 1. The legislature of the State of Nevada, with the approval of the governor, proposes as a legisla tive substitute for "An act affecting divorce and matters properly con nected therewith, providing for in terlocutory decrees of divorce in cer tain cases and eliminating what are commonly known as short-term de crees in divorce cases, and repealing section 22 of an act entitled ‘An act relating to marriage and divorce,’ approved November 28. 18B1, as amended, and all other acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith.” that section 22 of "An act relating to mar riage and divorce.” approved Novem ber 28, 1861, as amended and ap proved February 2 3, 1915, be amend ed to read as follows: Section 22. Divorce from the bonds of matrimony maybe obtained, bv complaint, under oath, to the dis trict court of the county in which the cause therefor shall have ac crued. or in which the defendant shall reside or be found, or In which the plaintiff shall reside, if the lat ter be either the county in which the parties last cohabited, or in which the plaintiff shall have resided six months before suit be brought, for the following causes: Firat—Impotency at the time of the marriage continuing to the time of the divorce. Second—Adultery, since the mar riage. remaining unforgtven. Third—Wilful desertion, at any time, of either party by the other, for the period of one year. Fourth—Conviction of felony or mfamohs < rime/ Fifth-—Hioitual gross drunken ness contracted since marriage of either party, which shall Incapacitate such party from contributing his or her share to the support of the fam ily. Sixth—Extreme cruelty in either party. Seventh—Neglect of the husband, for the period of one year, to provide the common necessaries of life, when such neglect is not the result of pov erty on the part of the husband which he could not avoid by ordinary in dustry; provided, that, unless the cause of action shall have accrued within the county while plaintiff and defendant were actually domiciled therein, no court shall have juris diction to grant a divorce unless eith er the plaintiff or defendant shall have been a resident of the State for a period of not less than six months next preceding the commencement of the action. The Judgment or decree of divorce granted under the provi sions of this act shall be a final de cree. Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state to submit to the qualified electors for approval or re jection, at the next ensuing general election, the foregoing amendment to section 22 as a legislative substi tute for said initiative bill entitled “An act affecting divorce and mat ters properly connected therewith, providing for interlocutory decrees of divorce in certain cases and elimin ating what are commonly known as short-term decrees in divorce cases, and repealing section 22 of an act entitled ‘An act relating to marriage and divorce.’ approved November 28, 1861, as amended, and ail other acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith.” First publication Sept. 30, 1922. Second publication Oct. 7, 1922. Third publication Oct. 21, 1922. — NOTICE OP — BOND ISSUE FOR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election will be held In Eureka County on November 7th, 1922, for the purpose of submitting to the vot ers of Eureka County the question of bonding Eureka County in the sum of $90,000.00 for the purpose of pur chasing a High School building site, and constructing thereon a new High School building, and Dormitory build ing, aad for equipping the same. The polling places for said election will be the same as for the general election, and will be held on the same date, to-wlt: November 7th, 1922. The polls will be open from 8 a. m. until 6 p. m. of said day. The amount of the proposed bond issue is the sum of $90,000,00. Said bonds shall bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annum and shall ! be payable and mature, as to the principal thereof, within twenty i years from the date thereof. Said High School and Dormitory building site will be situated in the town and county of Eureka, Nevada, and the said High School building and Dormitory building will be built upon said High School and Dormitory building site, and the equipment will be placed in said High School and Dormitory buildings. The money realized from the sale of the proposed bonds will be used to pay the purchase price of said pro posed building site, High School building and Dormitory, and for equipping the said High School and Dormitory buildings. R. McCHARLES, County Clerk. First publication Sept. 16, 1922. Last publication Nov. 4, 1922. . ■ ■ - ' »— — NOTICE OP — CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR GENERAL ELECTION Notice Is hereby given that the registration for the general election to be held on November 7th. 1922. will close on Tuesday, the 17th day of October. 1922. Electors may register for the en suing election by appearing before the County Clerk at his office or by appearing before a Deputy Registrar in the manner provided by law. All electors in order to vote at thig election must have been registered on or after June 1st of this year. Provided that any elector who reg istered and voted two years ago at the last general election will not have to register—Section 17. Elec tion laws. R. McCHARLES. County Clerk. First publication September 16, 1922. Last publication October 14, 1922. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF LIVESTOCK Complaint having been made to the Board of County Commissioners that live stock has been driven upon and across certain public roads in Eureka County, and has caused dam age thereto by rolling rocks into the road, and otherwise, Notice is hereby given that all persons who may hereafter drive live stock upon or across any public road in Eureka County, will be re quired at his own expense to repair the road, or suit will be brought for the amount necessary to repair the same, as provided in Sections 3022 3023. of Vol. 1 as amended in Ses sion Laws, 1913, page 239. R. J. REID. Chairman Board of County Com missioners. Eureka. Nevada, June R, 1922. Legal blanks for sale at the Sen tinel office.