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X,OST—Two tan canvas tops of fold
ing cot beds, June 2nd., on the road
between Ycrington and Dayton. Find
er please return to the Times office.
Donald Warren returned this week
from Reno where he was examined
for the Engineers' Reserve, lie will
be required to attend the, University
for the remainder of his course before
being accepted for active service.
Tom Wise, an old vaquero, is trap
ping for the government at Leavitt
Meadows. He is doing line work
catching coyotes in that section. Hi
is a good trapper and keeps busy at
FOR SALE — One 3-room House,
Furnished, One S-room House, Fur
nished, Lot 140 by 70 feet.
One Overland Car, 1915 Model, in
good shape, cheap.
See V.S.Graffam, Masons Nevada.
The drawing for Miss Willoise
Butner's copy of a famous picture of
Washington will be made tonight at
nine o'clock at Smith’s drug store.
The proceeds of the raffle are for the
benefit of the Red Cross. Miss But
ner shows considerable artistic tal
ent and the picture, which is alfeady
•framed, will be an addition to the
home it graces. The chance;- are
•from 25c to $ 1.00.
A. J. Orem who has been the super
intendent of the Nevada-Douglas
properties here for the past seven
years will leave next week for the
Uinta Reservation in Utah, with his
family. He expects to be there for
the next few months and during his
absence H. I. Moore will be in charge
•of the Ludwig mine and mill. Mr.
Orem will be greatly missed from the
camp and it is hoped that he will
return in the near future.
Is Your
Worth a Trip
To Camp?
For the use of your spare
time, we will give you a
to any of the great army
camps of the U. S. You
will never miss the wasted
time, but you will always
regret that you did not
make this trip. If you
have some one in the Ser
vice . whom you want to
see, you can't .afford to
pass this opportunity . up.
Let .us explain it to you.
It will cost you nothing.
460 Fourth St., San Francisco
Agents for
Tires and Tubes
H. W. Me Neil, Proprietor.
Mrs. Victor l’crri and children and
Mrs. Frank Rosaschi and children
left Thursday for a month's vaca
tion at San Jose and vicinity.
Mrs. Mason Me.Food and children
left Saturday for Oakland to join Mr.
I McLeod who has accepted a posit
ion there.
Charles Vardy and Miss Ruth Var
dy left last Sunday for an extended
vacation at the coast. Some time will
be spent at San Jose.
Lyon County Bank has on hand all
of the bonds purchased i. ugh it
for the third loan. Those who are
paying on the installment plan may
have theirs as soon as the payments
are made. The third instalment of
.55 per cent is due on July 15.
FOR SALE — Day old chicks. Or
der now for Fall Hatching. A limited
number of day old ducklings.
Mrs. A. W. Archer,
Stockton, California, R. F. D. 4.
Mrs. Anna McNeeley leaves Mon
day for a visit with hey daughter,
Mrs. A. A. Marsal, at Intlay, Nevada.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Perazzo and
family left Tuesday afternoon Tor
their summer home at Lake Tahoe.
.. The Citizens’ Lumber, Coal & Sup
Ply Company is now ready to handle
orders for coal. Telephone the Ice
Will Bonner is in receipt of a let
ter from his brother Walter who is
,in the aviation corp of the Marines
telling of the mishaps which lead to
to the belief that all the danger is
not “over there”. He was recently
forced1 by a broken wing to land nin
ety miles at sea and was out twenty
three hours without food or water
before the patrol picked him up.
More recently he wrenched the
muscles of his body from his ribs
during a “bum” landing and is now
laid up for repairs in a New Jersey
hospital. The coast patrol is a very
busy section since the U-boat act
ivities on this side.
r The U. S. Department of Agri
culture gives the following report of
the weather and crops in Nevada:
Ideal weather for haying which pro
gres ed rapidly, although labor short
age caused delay in some localities.
W heat, oats, barley and rye are well
beaded except in portions of the
northern counties, where there is a
shortage of water. Potatoes and
garden truck made rapid development.
All gain and alfalfa crops especially
good in Mason. Smith, Antelope and
Carson Valleys. Ranges were im
proved by the rains of last week and
stock are doing well.
To All Liberty Loan Chairmen;
There lias been reported to us jery
considerable activity by stock sales
men and promoters, principally those
representing companies whose se
curities are utterly worthless, in ef
fort- to exchange the stocks they arc
issuing for Liberty Bonds.
This practice is specifically disap
proved by the Treasury Department
and vve shall be compelled to charac
terize auy continuance of it as an act
unfriendly to the government.
If any such cases come to your no
tice, glease write to me promptly,
giving name of Company issuing the
stock which is being offered, its ad
dress, name of the salesman, and o1'
the officers of the company if you
can get them.
Meanwhile, we hope that you will
give wide publicity to this matter,
with a view of stopping the practice
complained of wherever possible.
Very truly yours,
Tony Denatai, who was arrested in
Dayton for seditious utterances and
so charged under the late rulings of
the espionage act, had his examina-.
tion recently. After the examina
tion of a number of witnesses, he was
bound over to await the action of
the Federal grand jury. Bail was fix
ed at the sum of $25tX), and being un
able to furnish bail he was ordered
confined in the Washoe County Jail.
Denatai. who was arrested in Day
ton, is a naturalized citizen, born in
Italy. It is Ibelieved that it will be
shown that he or his people came
from near the Austrian line and his
sympathies evidently irend that way.
He will have a chance to explain
his conduct before Judge farring
ton and a jury.
Storage Battery and Electrical
Free Inspection ifor your Starting
and Lighting Battery.
,Full equipment for repairing any
make of Storage Battery. Troubles
in. Starting and Lighting Systems
quickly located and repaired at fair
Hoisting room, 50 x 60 ft; boiler
room connecting with hoisting room,
75 x 30; blacksmith shop, 40 x 25 ft.
Plenty of windows, good frame. No
reasonable offer refused. For full in
formation, Address Eugene Segale.
Box 166, Virginia City, Nevada.
Men’s Felt Hats
The latest Creation; a fit and a
style for you.
$3.50 and up. r
This is the weather. We have the
comfortable headgear.
$2.75 and up.
The latest colors and shades. A
shade for every complexion.
35 cents and up.
All weights, styles and prices.
Warm weather means B. V. D’s.
Men’s Shirts
The latest stripes, dots and figures,
Negligee, Sport and Golf. Just the
thing for Summer wear.
The Busy Store
In this manner we desire to express
-our appreciation and extend our
thanks to the friends and neighbors
who so kindly assisted us in our hour
of sorro vVe cspec ally thank the
Odd fellow;, the Rebekahs and the
Eagles for their efforts on our behalf.
To those who sent the beautiful flor
al tributes we are very grateful.
Mrs. G. B. \\ aldo,
Frank Mclvor.
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Coming requirements of the Ai my
for wool look large. Besides cloth
ing for the soldiers in France and at
home, a reserve must be accumulated
sufficient to take care of any emer
There are large ; tocks of manu
facture i clothing on hand adequate
for essential civilian needs, but wool
en suits will not be cheap or plenti
ful during the coming winter season
Wool stocks from abroad to sup
plement the domestic supply is re
stricted by shipping condition;. The
Shipping Board states the movement !
of " Argentine wool will be heavier
the coming year than in any preced
ing year. But a large portion of the
raw wool stock in this country and
stock to be produced or imported j
to January 20, 1920, will be needed for
military uses.
The war service committee of the I
National Association of Woolen and
Worsted Manufacturers conferred
with the War Industries Board and
Board, War Trade Board, and Army
representatives from the Shipping
and Navy over difficulties in the wool
supply situation. J lie policy of the
War Industries Board is to regulate
prices and distribution when a scar
city arise; due to Government de
County quotas for the 200 men
Nevada is to send to Fort Riley, Kan
sas, this month were announced Mon
day by Adjutant General Sullivan.
Washoe County’s quota of 61 men is
the largest, while Ormsby's quota of
two is the smallest. The men are to
entrain at various dates from July 22
to 26. The county quotas follow:
Churchill, 11; Clark, 18. Douglas.
6; Elko 43; Esmeralda, 11; Eureka,
5; Humboldt, 27; Lander. 6; Lin
coln, 12; Lyon, »20; Mineral. 7;
Nye, 21; Ormsby, 2; Storey, 6;
Washoe, 61; White Pine, 43.
Only Two more Hatches. — Order
quickly. Ail STRONG Youngsters.
Address J. H. STUBBE,
Campbell, California.
FOR SALE — Ford Touring Car
Fine condition, Stromberg Carburet
tor. Good lights, shock absorbers,
just overhauled. For quick sale.
$290.C0. Owner bought a larger car.
Call on or plume T. Schneider, Hud
son Depot, Hudson, Nevada. . Ad.
1 SHIote! Golden f
Operated by
Reno Securities Co.
'<C +
C. F. Burton, Sec. Tress.
H. G. Humphrey, V. P.
Geo. Wingfield, Pres.
(one half block from depot)
Rooms Without Bath
$1.00 and $1.50. Single
Rooms With I’ath
$1.50 and $2.00, Single
= ii mi —
The San Francisco Daily Call,
F. W. Kellogg, President and Pub
lisher; John D. Spreckels, Vice-Pres
ident. The Call and the TIMES,
a daily and a weekly, for $5 for one
year. Can you do better?
William L. Cunningham, an elec
trician was instantly killed Monday
morning at Virginia City, near the
Union Shaft.
He started to make some repair>
near the rock breaker and in throwing
the switch was electrocuted, the high
voltage passing through his body.
Farm Bureau
Every child under five
years of age in Lyon County
must be registered, weighed
and measured before July
16th. Consult your Commun
ity Chairman.
In tfirst* days ol high motor
ing costa don’t throw away
your ol<I tiros just localise they
art* tread worn or rut-worn throwing
th< maway is not onlv unnecessary - its
really extravagant for we c^n change
them into practically new 1‘rem
and you can set S.000 to 10,000
more miles of service out of them
Cost 1-3 to 2-3 toss than Now Tiros
art built practically Ibt tame as new
tires, look like new ones and wear
even belter
Guaranteed 3,500 Milos Withoot
Puncture and many users average
5 000 to 10.000 miles. Think ol Ihe pleas
ure o( drlvinit your car without con
tinual lear ol punctures _
Don't Throw Away Anothor Worn Tiro
find out first about Cates Halt Sole Tire
Come in and see them and lei us show
you without any obli flat ton. how you
can net 5.000 to 10.000 more miles out
ol your worn tiros at about one-hall
the price you would have to pay lor
new tires.
Get 5.000
More Miles
The Time* and The Cell, $5. per year
O. K. in Every Respect
You cannot get complete satis
faction from a car of less satis
factory appearance, performance,
comfort, service or price.
Model 90 has a powerful, fuel
saving motor; narrow turning
radius; rear cantilever springs;
106-inch wheelbase; 31 x 4 tires,
non-skid rear. Auto-Lite start
ing and lighting and vacuum fuel
Appearance, Performance
Comfort, Service and Price
U*t Fmm Uoitl po Touring Cmr. If Jo—/. o. ». ToUto—Pricu to Ommm

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