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METAL SIGNS POP
-WO1? RENO ROADS
News paper comhient has recently
drawn attention to he black safety
line drawn down the center of the
pavement on all curves on the Rcno
Carson City pavement. This line, .5
inches in width, painted with an
asphalt product, is intended as a
division of traffic rounding the
curves- and even against glowing
headlight indicates to the driver
when he is within the safety zone on
his side of the pavement. They also
reduce the tendency of many drivers
to cut corners on the curves where
a blind curve may make this practice
extremely dangerous. The depart
ment also intends to paint this black
center line throughout the full length
of the 15-foot pavement from Huf
fakers to Carson City just as rapidly
as possible, says the Nevada High
ways News.
The department has ordered, and
will soon place, a number of metal
curve and danger signs on the Reno
Carson City pavement, as well as in
a number of other sections throug
out the state. Several additional
night or daylight signals will also be
placed a curves and dangerous road
intersections, particularly at such,
points as Bowers Mansion.
CANDIDATES
HAVE COLLISION
Rival candidates for the congress
ional nominations met face to face
automobile to automobile, in a head
on collision on the Burned Cabin
summit, about 20 miles from French
man’s Gulch, yesterday morning
Broken glass and words flew, ra
diators and fenders suffered, but both
candidates are still in he field.
C. H. Moore, republican candidate
for congress- and H. W. Huskey,
seeking democratic honors for nom
ination for the same position, were
driving the cars when the crash oc
curred. Both contend the accident
was unpremeditated and therefore
unavoidable, says the' Reno Jounal.
Moore declares that one of his
friends was shooting from the slow
moving car at a coyote on the hill
side when he rounded a sharp turn
and bumped square into Huskey, who
was coming slowly up the grade.
Moore, came into Reno on his own
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find that they not only save
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stamina of the motor.
“Red Crown” enables your
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hence you don’t have to bother
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at Service Stations, garages,
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power, while Huskey continued on
his campaign tour through easterrf
Nevada
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NOTICE
TO WHOM JT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that certifi
cate numbered 55. representing one
share of stock issued by the Lyon
County Bank in favor of Nelson Poli.
dated January 25th. 1910, and certifi
cate number 59 lor one share of stock
dated May 9, 1910. issued to Nelson
Poli. have been lost and that new cer
tificates have been issued therefor and
all persons arc -warned against ne
gotiating the above named certificates
i with any person whatsoever.
! Signed, LYON COUNTY BANK.
GEO. F. WILLIS.
Cashier
Dated August 7. 1922.
1
FROMER
STATE SENATOR
w. w.
Huskey
Democrat
For
Congress
The time has come to se
lect a man of strong, aggres
sive character, of executive
ability and of broad vision,
a constructive legislator,
who will ably rep
resent Nevada in Congress W- H. Huskey measures up to these re
quirements.
Mr. Huskey is a highly dynamic type: aggressive, forceful of high
integrity: he is a university law man, a gifted member of the Nevada
Bar. and an expert on the law of irrigation and water rights.
He is an experienced parliamentarian, having been a lecturer on
Parliamentary I,aw for twenty years.
He has had wide legislative cxpcriAice as a member of the Nevada
Assembly for two years and of the Senate for four years.
He aggressively fought for equal sufferage and helped to gain for
Nevada women their full rights in property and equality with men
before the law. ,
He drew, introduced and secured the passage of Nevada's first
Employers Inability Act; he worked for weeks in helping to perfect
our Industrial Insurance, enlarging the payments and extending the
time through which the payments run; and he has always been a
fighter for those things which advance the interests of the working ,
people.
He will work aggressively for the Boulder Canyon and other recla- ;
mation projects and will further any other legitimate proposals for
bringing people and wealth to Nevada, thus permitting greater dis
tribution of the tax burden. / ;
The voters of Reno and Washoe County, in 1914. sent him to the j
State Senate by the greatest majority on the Democratic ticket. He
made good all his election promises.
For further information address— I
HUSKEY FOR CONGR7SS
* i
Campaign Committee
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friends without apoligies. We guarantee the
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DON’T YOU
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Invite yon with their coo! sea
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for the youngsters
to play in.
Round-trip Summer
Excursion Fares
Aie now on sale, and also to
many Eastern points.
For fares and train service ask
Southern Pacific Agt
or write
J. M. FULTON, A.G.F.&P.A.
Reno, Nevada.
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TO VV ROM IT .MAY COXCKRX:
XOTlCIi IS HER BUY GJYB.X That
the Assessor of Lyon County'. Xivada.
ias delivered to the Clerk of the Hoard
af County Commissioners the certified
isscssmcnt roll of said tounty for the
year A. D. 1922, together with the
original list of property, plat hooks,
i*tr: and that the Board of County
Commissioners of Lyon County, State
L)f Xevada. will meet "is a Hoard of
Equalization in the Assessor’s office,
it the court house, in the City ol
YeritiKton. Lyon County, Xevada on
Monday, the J4th day of July, 1922, at
the hour of HI o’clock A. M., and *it
from time to time thercaftci until the
business of equalization presented
to them is disposed of.
Said Board will not sit later than
Monday the 28th day of August, 1922,
at 5 o’clock P. M.
RUEL E. LOTHROP,
Clerk of the Board of Equalization.
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NOTICE OF CLOSE OF RESISRA
TION FOR PRIMARY ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TO
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: That
all persons who did not register and
vote at the last general election, if
they desire to vote at the primary
election to be held upon Tuesday, the
5th day of September, 1922, are requir
ed. on or before the 15th day of Au
gust, 1922, to Appear at tile Register’s
Office of the Precinct in which they
live or reside, or at the office of the
County Clerk of Lyon County, and
register for such primary election.
The office of the County Clerk an4
of the Deputy Register Agents in va
rious precincts in Lyon County. Ne»
vada, will be open from 9 A. M. t*
5 P. M. on all week days, that 10 dayf
previous to the close of registration
said offices shall be open until 9 P. SA.
for the purpose of registering elector*
Dated at Ycrington. Nevada, July IB
1922.
KCKI. K. LOT HR OP,
County Clerk.
First publication. July 12. 1922.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids for the delivery of 45 tons of
King Coal, at the Court House, in
the City of Yeriilgton, will be recieved
at the office of the Board of County
Commissioners of Lyon County. Ne
vada. until August 14. 1922. at the hour
of 2 o’clock P. M.
Signed. BOARD OF CoXTY COM
MISSIONERS. By
RILL K. LOT DROP.
Clerk of said Board
First pubication. July 12. 1022.
In the District Court of the United State?
for the District of Nevada
In the Matter of GREAT WEST LAND
COMPANY. A Corporation.. Bankrupt
In Bankruptcy. \o. .11.',
To tile creditors of (»reat West band Com
puny, a corporation organised under the laws
of ihe state of Utah, residing and doing
business at Yrringtou. in the county oi
I,von and district of Nevada, a bankrupt:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on
the iOtii lay of July. A. J). 192J, tile said
Great West band Company was duly adjudi
cated bankrupt ;and that the first meeting of
its creditors will hr held in the District
Court Room of the I.yon County Court
House at Yrrnigtmi in said district, on
the 1st day of August. A. D. )9’r. at 10
o'clock io the forenoon, at which tame the said
credilots may attend, prove their claims
appoint a trustee, t .\ inline the bankrupt
consider the sale, at trustee's discretion, at
public, m at private -ale without further
notice, of all assets of bankrupt’s estate
either free of encumbrance, or subject ti
all encumbrances, in one lot or otherwise
such sale as may be deemed expedient te
be ordered forthwith unless objection there
to be made and sustained—and transac*
such other business as may properly come
before said meeting.
EDWARD C. SHORT, Attorney
for Petitioning Creditors; Reno, Nevada.
J. POUJADE, U. S. Referee in Bank
ruptcy; Carson City, Nevada, July 15, 19’J
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