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A. J. MAESTRETTI CANDIDATE FOR district judge Third Judicial District—E ureka and Lander Counties ELECTION NOVEMBER 7, 1922 hiram s. kitchen indent Candidate For SHERIFF — g.,relcfl County, Nevada -9TMABEL K. YOUNG Independent Candidate for clerk and treasurer Of Eureka County '^[XrenceTohnson Republican Nominee For COUNTY COMMISSIONER Flret Commissioner District _ _ —MARTIN MAHONEY Republican Nominee For SHERIFF Of Eureka County _ " R. J. REID Independent Candidate For SHOUT TERM COMMISSIONER Of Eureka County pint Commissioner District PETER MERIALDO Republican Nominee For RECORDER and auditor Of Eureka County ' d! a. dees Independent Candidate For SHERIFF Of Eureka County, Nevada JAMES A. RATTAZZI Independent Candidate For SHERIFF Of Eureka County, Nevada G .A. FLETCHER Democratic Nominee For STATE SENATOR Of Eureka County, Nevada FRED BARTINE Democratic Nominee For SHORT TERM COMMISSION ER Of Eureka County, Nevada Tint Commissioner Dlatrtct H. M. BURDICK Republican Nominee For STATE SENATOR Of Eureka County, Nevada JAMES D. MORRISON independent Candidate For RECORDER AND AUDITOR Of Eureka County, Nevada MIKE DONNELLY Independent Candidate For SHERIFF Of Eureka County, Nevada STANLEY FINE Independent Candidate For SHERIFF Of Eureka County, Nevada DR. WM. H. BRENNEN Candidate For Member BOARD OF EDUCATION Of Eureka County, Nevada W. M. CLUTE Independent Candidate For STATE SENATOR Of Eureka County, Nevada ” EDGAR EATHER Republican Nominee For DISTRICT ATTORNEY Of Eureka County W. J. HOOPER Independent Candidate For ASSESSOR Of Eureka County, Nevada JAMES P. WHITMORE Republican Nominee For ASSEMBLYMAN Of Eureka County, Nevada A. P. TEN VOORD Democratic Nominee For — SHERIFF — Of Eureka County, Nevada MORRIS H. JOSEPH Independent Candidate For JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Eureka Township—Eureka County GEORGE F. EBERT Independent Candidate For CONSTABLE Eureka Township—Eureka County JAMES F. DELANEY Independent Candidate For CONSTABLE Eureka Township—Eureka County WILLIAM E. TAYLOR Independent Candidate For CONSTABLE Eureka Township—Eureka County Farmers and MeroHants EUREKA, NEVADA Under Direct Supervision of the United States Government Member of Federal Reserve Bank District No. 12 R. C. Kelley J. B. Rebaleati KELLET & REBALEATI GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP Wholesalers and Retail Dealers in Gasoline, Kerosene, Distillate and Oils—Auto and Wagon Work—Horse shoeing and Blacksmithing — Oxy-Actylene Welding, Brazing and Tinsmithing We carry United States, Goodyear and Michel in Tires SOUTH MAIN STREET, EUREKA, NEVADA_ THE EUREKA HOTEL Is now the leading hotel in Eureka. It is a brick and stone building with hot and cold water throughout, elec trically lighted, and has an up-to-date bath room. A first class Cafe is also run in connection. EDWARD HERRERA, Proprietor Cor*«- Mala and dark fttrnnta Baraka, Nevada UNCLE SMI NIW NEW HP OF UHON Washington, D. C.—Uncle Sam is slowly progressing on a new map of the country, to be a part of a new world map, based upon a simple sys tem proposed by American represen tatives In 1908, and accepted at in-1 ternatlonal conferences. It will be the result of years of effort by map makers, who have desired a system of cartography whereby the same scale of distances could be used In a world map, with lettering and sym bols uniform. The American map is expected to be completed In ten or twelve years. Each country will map the terri tories and waters under Its own jur isdiction, and the geological survey of the United States Interior depart ment Is making the maps of this country. The globe is to be divided Into 1642 sections. Each section is des ignated by a distinctive letter and number combination, in addition to a name derived from the locality mapped. Bach sheet, covering one section, will cover six degrees of longitude, and four degrees of lati tude. The sheets are numbered 1 to 60, beginning at the 180 meridian of longitude, and girdling the globe to the eastward; and are lettered from A to V, north and south, with the equator as a starting point. The north and south polar regions are to be shown In circular sections from the 88th parallel of latitude, and let tered Z—north and Z—south. The main purpose of the inter national map, which will be drawn on the scale of one to one-milllonth, is to furnish a complete world map of uniform drawing, thus obviating different scales of distances, and to enable map makers and readers of every country to understand the maps of every other, even though they do not understand any but their own tongues. There will be shown only the outlines of land and water, with depths of water and heights of land; stream and river systems, of drainage, in the map maker's par lance, roads, rail and trolley lines, towns and cities, and contours. ARGONAUT MINE AGAIN ON FIRE Jackson, Cal., Oct. 6.—Search for the body of William Fessel, one of the forty-seven miners who were trapped In the lower levels of the Ar gonaut mine by fire, and who died before rescuers could reach them, has been discontinued temporarily as a result of the Are breaking out anew In the Argonaut shaft, mine officials announced to-day. The Are was rekindled when the bulkhead which had been placed in the shaft to facilitate the rescue work was removed. It spread to such an extent that the bulkhead was again installed. The gas is so heavy in the mine that it cannot be entered by rescue or work crews, the mine offi cials said. The water in the shaft also has risen to approximately the 4500-foot level, Aooding some of the lower levels, where Fessel may have tried to take refuge. UGHT BRINGS ANT FROM EAR The holding of a light as far as possible into the ear of a small child was successful in enticing an ant to crawl out, thus relieving the baby of intense pain and preventing an oper ation. The child was brought to Elko from a road construction camp and taken to a physician. She was suffer ing intense pain in the head, and the mother was of the opinion that a bug had crawled into her ear, and she asked that the light experiment be tried, as Insects are often attracted by light. The ant crawled out and the child was immediately relieved. FOKKMT FUNDS PAID TO XKVADA National forest revenues amount ing to $19,867.84 have been allotted to the State of Nevada by the Feder al government as her share of the moneys received from grazing per mits and other sources by the forest ry service of this State. Of this sum $14,191.31 Is allotted to Nevada for expenditure upon schools and highways, and $5676.52 for expenditures upon roads and and trails within the national forests located within this State. SILVER STATE CHEMICAL COMPANY ASHA VERB A CHEMISTS General Assaying. Analysis, Mine Sampling Send your samples to us. Write for prices Wlnnemucca P. 0. Box 491 MILK FOR SALE — I hare 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. _riunin yjHi UBVA TOGNOm. PROPER METHOD OF SALTING CATTLE GIVEN For a number of year* stockmen have not all agreed as to the neces sity for salting cattle on the range and if any salting, as to the amount required, la this respect the con clusion reached at the University of Wisconsin experimental station should be of considerable interest to the stockmen at this time. The Uni versity of Wisconsin has conducted these tests tor a number of years and the following conclusions have been reached with respect to the salting of cattle: „ 1. The fact that cattle require about two pounds of salt per head per month. 2. That adequate salting encour ages a better appetite and thus makes tor additional gains of the cow's health. 3. The lack of salt induces scours, loss of condition, and eventually a complete breakdown of the cow's health. 4. That calving, after being de prived of salt for a long period, is very likely to prove fatal to the cow, and that cows which have been de prived of salt for a long period take an abnormal amount of It for several months following. The tests brought out the tact that chlorine Is the essential element in salt demanded by stock rather than sodium. This fact has a most Im portant bearing on the salting prob lem in alkali sections where alkali may be present which does not con tain much chlorine. Alfred Tressider, fourteen years of age, was Instantly killed at Tonopah last Wednesday afternoon at Main street and Florence avenue when, losing his presence of mind, he rode his bicycle In front of an automobile driven by Tony Brackett, a business man of Manhattan. An investigation of the accident cleared Brackett of all blame for the unfortunate affair. When prayer falls, try hard work. THE SOY BEAN So rapid has bean tho extension of the use of the soy bean in the United States that it haa now become a maj or crop in thia country. Some aston ishing tacts are given by the Depart ment of Agriculture respecting this relative newcomer. In the fanning systems of the corn belt the soy bean is replacing oats to a considerable extent, and is also taking part of the corn acreage it self. Although used primarily for forage, pasture and ensilage, the growing of seed during the last few years has become a very profitable Industry. The production of seed has now increased to the point where the the supply greatly exceeds the de mand for planting. County soy bean associations, grow ers. count,, agents aud extension of ficials, notably in Illinois and Indi ana. have concerned themselves in the development of a commercial outlet for the seeds. Several mills in those States have become interested In the possibilities of the soy bean as a source of oil and meal. Two mills In Illinois have planned to use about 750,000 bushels this season, while other mills will use lesser quantities. The various ways in which the soy bean and its products are utilized In the United States indicate a ready market for the commercial produc tion of soy bean seed. The oil is largely used in the manufacture of soaps and paints, and is also used in the manufacture of lard and butter substitutes, rubber substitutes, linol eum and printing ink and as a salad oil. The cake or meal is a superior cattle feed and of high value for hu man consumption. Motion pictures showing the pro cesses and steps of manufacture of various American products are to be Bhown in practically all the import ant trading centers ot the world through the United States Depart ment of Commerce. r— SCHNEIDER DRUG STORE Jk. TVNOTJN CEMENT THIS old established business has oeen purchased by Dr. W. H. Brennen, who will continue to conduct the store under the name which has stood for honest mer chandising for over half a century. The same honesty and integrity which has characterized this business for the past fifty-two years will be the ideal by which its business policy will be guided in the future. The only essential changes will be the institution of more modern business methods, with an added variety of goods usually handled by a drug store. The quality of the goods, as has been the case in the past, will always be of the very highest. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS Come In and Have That Squeaking Wheel Fixed WE 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 Wheels 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 LUMBER And all its products, including Doors, Windows, Shingles, Lath, etc. Also Building Paper and Builders' Hardware. MINING TIMBERS. WEDGES Wholesale and Retail VERDI LUMBER COMPANY Elko, Nevada — None* or — 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, and 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 years from the date thereof. Said High School and Dormitory building site will be situated in the town and county of Eureka, Nerada, 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 Not. 4, 1922. — NOTICE OF — CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR GENERAL ELECTION Notice Is hereby given that the registration (or 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 this 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 6, 1922. Elko Light Machinery Repairing Company We repair Guns, 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. O. Box 342, Elko, Nevada ASSAYS ARE VITAL Assaying is Important and Cheap Gold .. Gold and Silver . 1.00 Gold, Silver and Lead . 1.50 Gold, Silver. Lead and Cop per . 2.50 R. H. OFFICER & CO. A88AYERS AM> CHEMISTS 28 Years in Same latcation 160 S. West Temple Salt Lake City Send for our Shippers* Service Letter _I MINING TAX Notice is hereby given that the tax es on the proceeds of the mines of Eureka County for the quarter end ing September 30. 1922, are now due and payable to me at my office in Eu reka and the law in regard to the same will he strictly enforced. W. J. HOOPER. Assessor of Eureka County. Nevada. Legal blanks tor sale at the Sen tinel offlee.