Items of Local Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Penrose have,
returned from San Francisco after a,
lengthy stay. Mr. Penrose is much i
improved in health.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Christiansen i
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Newell |
were among the Yerington folks who;
motored to where the dredger was!
Mrs. Lottie Ross arrived this week |
from Pittsburg. California, to visit her j
parents, Mr. an Mrs. John Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. A. .\I. 1 Joyce and
daughter, Xinita, arrived from Reno
Thursday to be here for the Armis
tice day celebration.
Tony F'arias made a business and
pleasure trip to Yerington last Fri
Mr. anti Mrs. Felicia poli. of Fern
ley, motored to Ycrington last week,
to spend a few days with.Mrs. Poli’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joint Borge.
P. J. Conway came in Saturady t(|
attend to important business.
E. P. Quinn, C. D. Davis. S. Dunlap
and W. Warren were Reno visitors
the forepart of tins week.
T. D. Byington was a business
visitor from Reno on Tuesday.
C. B. Quill, of Carson, accompanied
' ’ trold Vondcrheidc on h.is trip to
Ycrington last Saturday returning on
T>aniel Hobby, of Topaz, .spent Arm
istice day in Ycrington.
Jark Kennedy and F. W. Simpson
were arrivals in town on Sunday.
II. P. French, of Tonopah. Nevada
made a business trip to our city on
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^"■ver and Jimmie Young, of Wa
s’ a. were in town Saturday even
O H. Swasey, of the Standard Ga
rage. accompanied by John Bakcn
motored to Lovelock Friday, return
ing Sunday with his wife and two
boys who had been spending the past
two weeks there. On the way back
the men tried their luck at huntin*
duck and geese, and without much ef
fort. came home with the limit of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swallcy and Perry
Hayden, of Thompson, were in town
Monday attending to business.
Harry Lewis, East Walker ranch
man was in town Monday attending to
Mrs. Lloyd Griffin was in town
Monday on a shopping tour.
Mrs. Cites. Strosnider. and two
daughters, accompanied by Mrs. Stros
nider's mother were local visitors on
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
State, County an;.! Special Taxes for
the year 1921 are now due and payable
rt the office of the Cotu 't Treasurer
at Yerington, Nevada. At len t one
half of the taxes,phis all y '! tax, must
be paid on or before the fifth day of
December. 1921. or the;, will become
delinquent and fifteen p< r rent delin
quency, together with costs and in
terest will 1>e added, and ' nle-.- pay
ment is made before the first Monday
in June, 1922, the property xv’ll he sold
at public auction to pay aid taxes, de
Local checks received subject to col
lection. Foreign checks not received
later than December 1st.
Make all remittances payable to
• RUEL E. LOTHROP, Treasurer,
First publication November 2, 1921
I.ast publication November 30, 1921.
Quite h number of Renoites came to j
terington and vicinity to hunt quail !
it the opening of the season.
Mr. and Mrs.( George Xugent and .
family have moved to Gold Hill, ;
where Mr. Xugent is employed. ^
Mrs. Gus Williams was a Yering- |
ton visitor last Friday.
air. and Mrs. McCutelieon, of
Wellington, visited Yerington Satur
Miss Avis Lotitrop spent last week
end with friends in Reno.
A. 11. Barlow, of Reno was a Yer
inglon visitor last Saturday. Mr.
Barlow was formerly of Mason.
Gus Rohde, the photographer of
Yerington, has finished his contrct
for photographic and art work for ad
vertising the campaign of t' e Walker
River Land Company and is breaking
up busicss on November 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huff, of Wa
ibuskg, came up tor the Armistice
Day exercises and to attend the show
Mrs. L. \Y. Mollart, and Mr. and
Mrs. Lisle Stout are vi ring with
relatives in Westwood. California
Letters from them stale that a ten
pound son has arrived at the home
of Mrs. G. W. Bcck'-r. Mrs Mollart's
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Mr. and Mrs. Perap'o ’’ere visi
tors in Ycrington last week.
A. Ik Cummings, from Wabuska
spent a few hours in Ycrington on
Saturday. Mr. Cummings built the
Commercial hotel, in the early days of
Word was received, from Carson
City Saturday, that Toni; Hughes,
proprietor of tfiv Capit d resturant,
was very ill with la grippe. Will
Hess left at once to take his place
in the resturant.
' As. Chas. lliuds, .':rs. A. G. Jones,
Mrs C. If. Wedertz and Xii-s Lenora
lessen, of Smith Valley, \w •• in Yer
ington to attend the sper.d meeting
of the Rebekahs, held in In or of the
president of the Rebekah ;odge.
A limiting party compo 1 of Mr
If. A* Dillon, Clcve Hughes, Lew
Tranklc and son, went hunting F'ri
dny. A!i members of the party re
port it a most successful trip.
Chas. Aldridge, manager and super
intendent of the White Le,.orn Min
ng Company, was in from Reno with
his new fix e ton truck last week, on
his way to Schurz.
Air. and Airs. Harry I) dan and
family left Sunday for Da->vin, Cal.,
where they will make their home.
Cleve Hughes and Frank Meyers de
parted the early part of the week for
the Broken Hills district cu a busi
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Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sisson arrived
from Sparks to spend a few days
j with Mrs. W. S’ursell and Mrs. K. A.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Treuam, Mr.
and Airs. Gibson and Air. an Mrs.
Lehman, of Ludwig, wye i,i Yering
A.lr| Frank Hansen has purchased
tin1 Jewell property, on Nevada street
from the 1. O. O. F. lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Thompson
came in Monday from Rockland.
W A NTFS') TO BUY-Chickens,
y oititg and old Also cows and heifers
that will freshen soon. Rho e 23-5.
II. J. BOHt !\MAN
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New Ford touring car ru1 less than
200 mi'es. For stile at a bargain on
account of owner leaving state, easy
terms if desired. P Li Box 506, Yer
Annual Dance j
I for the benefit of
The Catholic Church
Our Hallowe'en Dance will be j
We had to postpone the danc e on
account of the Rcbckafcs giving
a dance Monday, the 31st.
Admission $1 Ladies FREE j
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Wilson, accom
panied by Misses Mae Springer and
Doris Milne, motored to a point above
Mason on Sunday where the dredger is
working. Upon their arrival they
found many other Yeringtonites view
ing the work. It is surprisnig how
many feet can be dug-by the machine
In a very few moments.
R. K. Stewart was an Armistice
day visitor from Reno.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1.'.. Wcdertz will
soon move into their home on Main
; street for the Winter.
Mr. and Mrs. James Newell, of
■ Smith Valley were visitors last Sat
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1 Harry Plummer, now living in Spo
“ kane, who was injured when his bi
I cycle, was struck by a car, has re
, covered and is attending school again
j Tedddv Hansen fell on an auto li
i cent*- plate last week and cast his head.
| several stitches were taken. lie is
| doing nicely.
Mrs. L- D. Hubbard, the state
j president of the Rcbekah Assembly
i of Nevada, visited the Yernigton order
1 last Saturday.
[ Bobb P. Farrar anil G. W. Hunt
were visitors from Reno during the
| forepart of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Ostroskey, ac
, companied by Mr. and Mrs. Camp
bell motored to Xordyke to watch
tlic steam shove! work last Sunday.
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Clay McKinley was a visitor from
Reno last week.
■ The Cafeteria dinner given Friday
| evening by the Catholic ladies proved
1 a great success.. No wonder it was
■ a success when they served such
tilings as roast chicken and dressing,
I raviolias, Boston baked beans, salads.
[ peas, mashed potatoes, gravy, buns,
rolls and all kinds of pie and cake.
tis Jf. A fc £
Mr. and Mr.-. Harry Galloway and
family were Yerington visitors Satur
sj« ;}c He »»i Jjiljnj;
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hunniwell, and
. daughter and Harvey Ladd, of Bridge
! port, were visiting in our city last
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| Mrs. 11. Cremmel and daughter.
| Mrs. Lida Fisher were in town last
; week for the Armistice day celebra
1 Short horn bull fur sale or exchange.
Georgi Parker, Wabuska.
LOST—On road between Virginia
j City and Yerington, a black fur
I stole, IS in. wide. Finder please
communicate with Mrs. Z. F. Raw
son, Yerington, Nevada.
Jtidson Smith made a business trip!
Farm Wanted—I want to hear from
: party having farm for sale. Give!
! price and description. G. B. Louden.
; Champaign, Illinois.
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Ip AGENTS FOR PICTORIAL f
REVIEW PATTERNS and
| CCWNIE TANNING C_.
We have a limited
number cf FORD
Spark Flugs, selling
at 45c during this
Regular price $1.00 j
An added feature at the big dance
being given for the benefit of the
Catholic Church Friday evening, will
be a home made candy counter, pre
sided over by the ladies of the church.
There will also be raffles for various
piece? of fancy work..
Xortnan C. Brown, accompanied by
his father, who ,is superintendent of
the Truckee River General Electric
Light Company, are in Yerington
being among those in quest of our
prized valley quail.
Stanley Xetherton was called to
Ore:on last week by the serious illness
of his mother.
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Ralph Beaman has returned from
Ret-.-., •■' here he has been looking ’em
tv. cr for the past week.
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C. O. Davis, manager of the Wig
rim theatre of Reno, and a party oi
friends are in Yerington for the hunt
Will Wise was a business visitor tc
our city Saturday.
Mrs. Rose Moore motored to town
Saturday from Wabuska.
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Mrs. Dick Brcnnen, of Thompson
paid a social visit to Yerington Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gallagher, ac
companied by Mr. O’Brien, were it
town Friday for the celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Parker and son:
Chester and Victor, were Yeringtor
Mrs. Emma Ross and son, Charles
motored in from Fallon to spent!
Armistice day with relatives.
Mrs. C. H. Thrailkill, who has spent
the past summer in Bridgeport, re
turned to Yerington for the Winter.
Frank Bettancourt left last week for
San Francisco, where he will undergo
an operation on his left arm which was
broken by the fall of a horse.
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W. J. Dailey arrived last week from
Winatche, Washington. Mr. Dailey
is a brother of Frank Dailey, of Mason
is quite pleased with our valley and
will make his future home here.
j i he cafateria dinner served by the
] Catholic Indies at the Lam building on
i Armistice day, cleared over SI00. The
j ladies wish to express their apprecia
tion to the many patrons who helped
! in making the affair a success.
! Dressmaking and plain sewing.
Prices reasonable. Mrs. Barrett,
210 X. Main St.
Bc.by’c. Crus l.
A Judge hi the <■' y <
has ruled that the ■> ■
are no legal rea n Cot on-din:. a
ant of nn apartment house The only
reason the complainant could give • a;>
that the walls of the infant "got on
it’s toasted, of
course. * To seal
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COUNCIL SAYS FOX
BUILDING MUST GO
At the meting of the city council
Monday night, the Chief of Police was
instructed to notify property owners
on the' west side of Main street that
thev will he required to take immediate
action in the matter of the removal of
the wrecked buildings, particular men
^ion being made of the Fox and Hub
saioon buildings. It is stated further
delay in clearing these premises will
result in the city authorities taking
Mervin Bryant, of Bridgeport, who
was visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Leavitt, returned home Monday.
Born—Sunday, November 13, to Mr.
and Mrs Clyde Welsh (nee Hend
: :: s ) a son.
Lewi9 Crutsinger died at the County
Hospital, n Yerington, Saturday morn
ng. ' c f: n ra! was held Tuesday
at ’ issouri Flat cemetery, Rev. J. A.
Vron o "dating.
"Tc new crrectories of t' e Yerington
Telephone Company are now ready for
distribution Persons wishing one are
requested to call at the office of the
company. This new book contains
the complete directories of Reno,
Carson, Winnemucca, Tonopah, and
ether towns, as well as Yeringtor
The local company is making every ef
fors to improve the service and ask
the co-operation of the public, partic
ularly in looking up the numbers be
fore calling central. This will save
much time on the part of theoperator
and make it possible for her to give
Miss Vera Snyder and her mother,
Mrs. John Snyder have asked the Yer
ington Times to convey thanks to
who assisted them in entertaining
.Mrs. Thelma Vonderheide at the
Rink Hall last Saturday evening, and
particularly the High school board,
Miss Gordon, Mr. Peterson and Mer
FOR RENT— Three room house.
partly furnished. See A. J. YVeb
s: r. P.O.Box 326, Ycrington.
FOR RENT—160 acre farm, well
equipped with implements. About
ICO acres under cultivation. Six
milch cows. A. J. Webster, box
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Thursday and Friday, Nov. 17 and 18
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to Shakespeare’s ‘Anthony The Boston Traveller said:
anti Cleopatra .” “It is a great picture.”
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ht “Another epic has been prc- “It . . . has resulted in a film ffj
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