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The Woman’s club picnic will beat' the G. W. “Mac” Wilson ranch on next Saturday. It was scheduled for last Wednesday, but was post poned oil account of the death of Mrs. Molly Wilson. » •* * « Mrs. Walter Frazier, teacher of the primary grades in the Ycrington Grammar School, was the guest of honor at a surprise party given her by her former pupils oil Friday night. Present were Earl Rawson. Fred Kingsley, James Page. Reg and Thcora Tanner. Marjory I’rown and Erma Cawlfield. <**■■##* * W. G. Sutherland, former resident of Ycrington. but late of Gold Hill, passed through Ycrington on Friday en route to California, where lie will visit various points of that state. *-#*#«* X. H. Van Alstine lias leased a new building and will start a drug store in one of the smaller California cities, a few miles from Los Angeles. v. *•*••»# *■ Mrs. E. P. Beaman and Miss*Clara Dickenson are the guests of Mrs Gertrude Webster. * < * X X Mrs. J. Ii Bcaupcrt returned or Tuesday from a visit in Reno, where she | was the guest of Mrs. J. K Gelder. *- •* x * X x , Fred Parker, of Hawthorne paid a short visit to our city last Wednesday and Thursday. *«-***•* Chris Jorgensen, of Smith Valley was a business visitor to our city las; Wednesday and Thursday. * v * * * » F. T. Freitas, who is being employed in Smith Valley, motored lo Mason last Saturday to spend the week-end with his wife and family, also to cele brate Pentecost on Sunday. * * x # * A. M. Boyce motored into Reno on Sunday, accompanied by Toni Berry man who was employed at his shop here. Mr. Boyce returned on Tuesday. Mr. Berryman remaining in Reno. * S 1 > * • Mr. and Mrs. John Borge and fam ily, accompanied by Mrs. Rose Moon of Wabuska, drove in Saturday eve ning to attend tile dance. **##*# Many residents of Reno, came ou! on Saturday to attend the dance Sat urday evening and the feast and church services on Sunday. * * x » x H. Osborne, resident of Reno, w as a local business visitor in our city on Friday. * x * s* « Shelton McClain and wife avd Thomas E. Prout. of Tonopah. wen arrivals on Thursday in our city. S. A. Kapua and Earl Chattcrton. of Smith Valley, were business visitors in Ycrington on Saturday. Max Ostroskcy made a short busi ness visit to Reno on Friday, return ing again on Saturday. * » * * t:- » Mr. and Mrs. L. D. 'Townsend and family. Tonopah residents, were Yer ington visitors oil Wednesday and Thursda;. . * si Y « x O. A. Pcnuoek of Elko. represeiita tive of flic McDonalds candy com pany, was a business arrival ‘in town. • -.»• -u- ■» * * J. W. Ilcatli. of Reno, came in on Thursday and is being employed on the State Highway.. it * « » •» * Paddy 'Toohey. one of the early set tlers in Tonopah and 'midfield, passed I through Yerington yesterday en route j to San Francisco. He was accom panied by his son. 'Daniel O'Connell Toobev. N ew marble panels are being placed on the show windows of the Fahri store, adding greatly to the attractive ness of the store front. A committee from the local farm bureau, consisting of County Agent I Rickman. Andy West, Pete Hend ricks. C. W. Hyatt and \Y. I,. Flack well, attended a hearing before the Public Scr'ice Commission in Car son last Friday. The I,yon County Tien were present in an endeavor to secure cheaper rates on barley be ween W alniska and California points. No decision lias as yet been made by he Commission. * ft f * * A number »>t Fernley people, includ ing Mr. and Mrs. \Y H Austin and F \V MeClulougb. were in Yerington to attend the county convention held here Tuesday. Dr. Feanmon! Frown was an arri val in Yerington from his recent trip to Southern California. Kip Frown returned last week from a trip to Reno, where he has been as sisting his brother. Howard Frown, wiio lias the agency for the Packard automobiles in Nevada. During the past six weeks 12 of these cars have been sold h\ this agency, two of them in Lyon County. Louis C. Dc Anuond departed on Sunday for Elko, where he will \ isit with his family. Mr. and Mrs. A. McCafferty of Reno, paid a short visit in Yerington last week, arriving on Thursday. Mis. J. I. Wilson has received the wedding announcement of Miss Evelyn Hayes, former I ionic Demon strator agent of Lyon County. Miss Hayes was married at her home in Fulton. New York, on June 7th. To William Fickau of Detroit. Michi gan.. Mr. Fickau is a promising voting construction engineer of De troit. and spent two years in France in the \. I'.. F. during the war. Mr [ and Mrs. Fvkan wiP be at home after July 1st. at their beautiful home' 1 in Felvcue. lirasse street, Michigan. J. II. Luccy of Tonopah, was a lo cal visitor on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1). T)c Graw were Y'erington shoppers on Monday af ternoon. , » •* * ■** «■ ‘is Mrs. R. Kidder anil family of Mason, departed-on Sunday for Salt Lake City, where they will spend the summer visiting with relatives, re turning in the fall. *' *..*** \Y. Jones and Thomas Christenson | were business arrivals in our city from J Tonopah on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huff, ae-j conipanied Mv Louis W ilcox motored to Y'erington last \Yedncsday evening with Dannie Peterson and his sister 11a, to attend the dance. * # * * v -K Ylr. and Mrs. Robert N'csMit and Miss Snow of Thompson were Sat urday evening shoppers and show at tendants. • *■»*:;* * Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fcrrias of Fernlcy, motored in on Saturday to attend the Pentecost celebration here, returning on Monday. *• « # * * * Archie Brown came in on Saturday from Gold Hill to help move his wife and family out there, where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Brown were accompanied by J \Y. Wilson, who will be employed there. <<- « * # . * « Miss Bernice Gruber, who has very recently graduated front the Convent of Xotre Dame in San Francisco, re turned on Sunday. Miss Bernice was met in Reno by her mother. Mrs. J Kelly. A party consisting of Mrs. F. T. Freitas and family and John and 1'rank Barn-lias motored to the hot springs on Sunday, where they spent tlie day swimming and picnicking. Burdette Bertrand, who has been attending school in Virginia, arrived in Y’erington this week and will spend his vacation with his parents. •• v V- -v Yliss Liilian Murphy of San Fran cisco is in Y'erington. where she is the guest of her sister. Miss Mnrv Murphy. ' " * Mrs. Nellie Howard and stnal' daughter have returned from a trip to relatives in Oregon and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frazier FORD OWNERS ATTENTION j Genuine 13 plate EXIBE BA7TERYS, $22.00 A-'*' Brown Auto Sales Co. -- -- , =g Mrs. Anna McNeilley and Mrs. Mac i’etcrson, the latter seventh and eighth grade teacher in the grammar school. left on Sunday for Reno, where Mrs. McNeilley will visit her daughter. Mrs. At. Marcel. Mrs. Peterson will continue on to San Francisco, where she "ill spend her summer vacation. .Mrs. Peterson does not intend to return in the fall. * * * * # * ' * Mrs, I’. J. Leverich and daughter Ruth, and Miss Agues Compston were dinner guests at the William’s ranch north west of town, last Friday evening. * * * * * Professor K. J. l'^’l returned on Saturday from a week’s visit .in San Francisco. ****** Miss Mary Pearl Queen left on Sunday for her home in Denver, Colorado. Miss Queen will teach in tile Denver schools next term. ****** lhirton Bennett was a Friday ar rival from D.elwein, Iowa, in Yering ton. and will spend the summer with friends in the valley. * * ■» -» Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sturgeon were among the Walniska visitors to our City Saturday evening, * * * <■ » • The excellent music furnished by the ‘‘Razzbenrv” orchestra last Saturday evening at the Pentecost dance was rendered more enjoyable by Mr. Will Powers playing, the violin and Mrs. A. G. Sturgeon at the piano. Mrs. Zoe Clark, accompanied by a lumber of friends, motored to Ycring ton yesterday tp shop and visit. * * * * # * Mr. and Mrs. Felicia Poli came in on Saturday from Fcrnlcy to celebrate Pentecost day. Mrs. Jini Parker returned last week from San Francisco, where she lias been for several weeks, owing to ill health. Mr. and Mrs. R. Mayfield, of Reno, arrived in Ycrington Sunday to make their home. Mr. Mayfield is employ ed a; the Model meat markett A J. (Snooks) Webster is with us again, having accepted a position as "honey-man” on the Sturgeon ranch near Walniska. Arendt Jensen, Jr. spent a few days in Ycrington this week. ****** \ drainage system is being planned for the Colony ranch; s in Smith Val ley. % .Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Talbnc and lamilv of Mason, were shoppin x in • own on Monday evening. ' Mrs. George ?vl. Rose and family accompanied by Mrs. R. Cornadt of Reno, were guests at the Brook's Home Hotel Thursday. George Oscn and R. \. Carnig of S u hraneiseo were Brooks Home Hotel guests on Thursday, stopping m their wav from Reno to Tonopah. .v <■ ■. | . I Mrs. Frank Fulstonc moved into ! tilt Estes residence on California' street on Saturday. Mr. Fulstonc left on Monday for Mono lake, where lie lias accepted a position Mis Fulstonc will join him there- in about two months. In the District Court of the Eighth Judicial District of the State of Ne vada, in and for the County of Lyon. Bertha M. Simpson, Plaintiff, vs. C. Ci. Foster, and Josephine B. Foster, his wife, and Clarence Beaman, and Myrtle Beaman, his wife. Defendants. Decree of Foreclosure NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of an order of the above entitled Court and a Decree of Foreclosure duly made and entered in the above entitled action, and issued out of the above entitled court, where in Bertha M. Simpson, Plaintiff, ob tained a judgment and Decree against C. G. Foster, and Josephine Foster, his wife and Clarence Beaman and Myrtle Beaman, his w-ife, defendants, on the 25th day of April. A. D. 1922. for the sum of twenty thousand. Four Hundred. & 00-10C ($20,400.00) dol lars, and the sum of Twenty-two and 25-100 ($22.25) dollars, costs of suit, ami interest on the principal sum at the rate of seven per cent, per annum. | from the first day of March, A. D. 1921. until paid, which now amounts to the suifl of Fifteen Hundred fifty-four and 50-100 ($1554.50) dollars and the sum of Six Hundred Eight and 00-100 ($608.) dollars. Attorney fees, making in all the sum of Twenty-Two Thous and Five Hundred Eighty-four and 75-100 ($22,584.75) dollars. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That on Thursday. July 6th A. D. 1922 at the hour of two o’clock p. m., of that day, at the front door of the Court House, of Lyon County. Ne vada. in obedience of said decree of Foreclosure and subject to redemp tion as is provided by law, 1 will sell at public auction for cash. Gold Coin of the United States of America, to the highest and best bidder therefor, the following described property to wit: DESCRI PTION The Northwest quarter (N. E.14 ) of Section .14. Township 12 North, Range 2.1 East. Mount Diablo Base and Me ridian, together with the water rights and water stock appurtenant to said land, to-wit: 160 shares of active stock of tli.- Simpson Cojony Reclamation ■"I?- " 11 ...rtew• Canal Company, ai corporation, orga nized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the state of Nevada; and also all other water, water rights ditch rights appurtenant thereto for the pro pel' irrigation and cultivation thereof. Together with and singular the tene ments, hereditaments and appurlen* auccs thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining. Dated at Yerington, Nevada, June 14th, 1922. D. P. RANDALL, ' Sheriff, Lyon County, Nevada. By G. L. AMBROSE. 'Deputy Sheriff. First publication, June 14, 1922 Last publication, July 5. 1922. • CITY BILLS ' , * Bills allowed by. the City Council of the City of Yerington, County of Lyon, State of Nevada, at its regular meeting on June 12, 1922. J. J. Kelly C. of Police.$150.00 E. H. Whitacre Clk, Treas.... 150.C0 J. Bernard, Po. Officer. 100.00 F. W. Brooks Ccn Kngi. 180.CO E. H. Whitacre cash adv. 6.70' G. C.; Johnstone drayage. 6.00 T. R. Gen Elc Co power.... 136.07 T R Gen Elec Co light. 111.9Q Yer. Elec Co phones. .45 Brundige's profile cloth. 2.56 Mason Valley News, printing.. 6X0 Neptune Meter Co.. Repair parts 4.86 West Hardw Co sup. 12.95 Pacific Tank & Pipe Co. Cor Clocks. 17. 0 Newcombe’s supplies. 2.70 W. H.vjohn. fuse. 4.00 F. M. Burner globes. 1.15 L. Latnbcrson jitney ser. 2.00 Standard Oil Co. gas. 55.00 J. J. Kelly account fireman.... 26.00 Yer 'I'intes printing. 73.00 Royal Cafe meals. 2.85 C. L. C. S Co lumber. 59.92 J. Goldsworthy, labor. 39X0 F. Ankers labor. 4.00 [V Lynch labor. 4.00 Ncv Ind Com prem in Ins.... 12.20 M . Kelly labor. 4.00 Nat Bank of Com N. Y. Int.. 602.50 $1777.41 1 hereby certify the foregoing to be a true list of bills against the City of Yerington. allowed by the City Council of said City, at its regular meeting on the above date syt forth. 4 E. II. WHITACRE, Clerk and Treasurer. 'VWVWV'VWWWVWWWVWWV^^/WWt '**’»•« A» in the Way the Shovels Work A cultivator is hoeing-capacity greatly mul tiplied. The shovels take the place of hoes. They work the toil, destroy weeds and make a mulch, according to control you have, through the mechanism of the cultivator. Complete •°d ready control of the way the shovels worlds a great feature of the I i J0HN2EDEERE KC CULTIVATOR The special lever control of this machine enables you to drive into the field, stay on the •eat and make all necessary adjustments with levers. Rigs spread equally at front and back when spaced with the spread lever. Shovels enter the ground level and continue level as they are lowered with the depth levers. Deeper or shallower adjust, ■nent of front or rear shovels can be made with the tilting lever — a big advantage when cultivating up or down slope. Quick dodge on crooked rows can be made—a light push on the foot levers guides the wheels and shifts the rigs. Beams aro always parallel —shovels always face squarely and cut full width — no unculti vated spots, undesirable ridges or deep trenches are left. The John Deere K C runs steady and pulls light. It is built the John Deere way throughout— every part strong and substantial. Come in and aeethe John Deere KC cultivator Fabri & Co. ,(nc. .