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   Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - February 22, 1921, Reno, Nevada                                PAGE SIX LOW RATE ON HAY Special to tho Gazette FALLON, Fob low rate for tiay from Fallen to outside points has boon denied by G. W. Luce ot the Southern Pacific. The alfalfa growers nnd the Commercial Club have been tijing the paat several weeks to get a low late to CalitOTnm and a rate to Citv They understand that Idaho has a rate to Kansas City, anil that place is looked upon by hay men us tho Iiost market There is little hay moving from Fal- lon at present, and what is going out Is bold foi about a ton fob Fal- lon A growers who had oppor- tunities to sell at lower figures called u meeting: of hay men who had gone into the pool ami wanted the pool dis- solved, which would leave each man froo to sell at lao best terms he could get, but a vote to continue the pool taken and carried almost unani- Tho .shipping in of a large number of dairy cows to supply the local cieameiy when it reopens is poctrd to letiese the farmers to a laigo extent LEGION GIVES BENEFIT TO IMPROVE CEMETERY TONOPAH HAS PHEASANT Special to tho Gazette TONOPAH, Feb. Chineso BALL TRAINING ON COAST SAN FRANCISCO, Feb IS DEFENDED WASHINGTON, Fob. 22 CONDON, Feb. 22, -Details of the to chaiges made in the house yester- aecenmal census of tfce 'British Isles LEAGUE FAVORS E TAX LAW TUESDAY, FEB. 22, 1921 BURIED BY CAVE-IN; SUFFERS ONLY BRUISES Special to the Gazette INDEPENDENCE, Feb. isor Charles A. Partridge of In- yo county was buried in the caving- of an irrigation ditch near licit' and was rescued by his companions with dif- Thnt the sentiment of this country is floulty. Partridge WAS ttie bottom oatni-.ti.ih t reserve foj the' naturaT environment The plete suffocation took place. will be alive with players, veterans and recruits, working out the winter" stiffness in preparation for 1921 j while serving as chairman of the "war season. More than 200 players, it js industries board. Special to the Gazette FAl.LON. Feb local post of the American Legion took in over and cleared about at a play given Saturday night at a. local thea- tre. The play was "Safety; given by local the pi'oceeds go- ing to the cemetery improvement fund. The play will be given in Love- lock, the company leaving for town this The local post has been working lor time for imprbvement of the cemetery and up to date, including tho receipts from the play, has ac- cumulated about A pumping plant was recently bought at a cost! of About is wanted for improvements cortemplated. INDIAN MAIDEN DIES; HER SURVIVORS GRIEVE Special to the Gazette LOVELOCK, Feb. Lovelock Indian village 13 grief-stricken, over the sudden death of one of its popu- Ini young maidens, Dorothy Cmrabar, road. John G. Thompson, president of the association, has sent a copy of a bill :o the Nye county delegation which ic asks to have enacted into a appropriating funds for a breeding !aim. Judge Thompson isays that New York has ten of these farms, inch of which nets the state approx- mately a year, as the demand1 'or the birds is such that It cannon }e supplied. The ten pheasants brought in from Oregon at a cost of each are all he club could secure In the Western; country. Three wild turkeys from Nortti Carolina are on the way. The site of the proposed tarm is in the ieimty of Ueafty In, the southern end; of Nye county where, the mild clfc-, mate is favorable to I believed, will train at the eight camps. ST3SS home oanVia7he MSH2S home grounds, Buffalo Parlc. The Vernon club will tiolley to Venice for the workouts while the Seattle and Portland clubs will make long trips to reach their camps at Pomona and Santa Maria San Fiancisco will go to historic Monterey, libs Angeles to Lake Elsinore. Salt Lake to Boyes Springs and Oakland to Mvrtledile Springs. For several years the Oaks have trained at home. Tiaining camp games for the Coast League clubs are scheduled wtth the teams of several Pacific Coast univer- sities and colleges, clubs of the Mis- sion League, wmtci leagues and tht Chicago Cubs who train at Pasadena Cal. The baseball team of the Oiogon Agricultural College is coming to Cali- fornia and will play three league clubs Sacramento, Portand and San Fran- cisco. Portland thinks Santa Maria will prove a lucky training camp for the Beavers. Manager Walter McCredie remarked somp time ago that in four seasons, several years ago, when Poit- land trained at Santa Maria, his club won three pennants. The Portland club will bo at work at Santa Maj-ia by March 9. TONOPAH BRIEFS Democrat when them birth." The senator deplored the "stings" which, he said, wore heaped upon the men who helped the war and cited contrasting high honors which Franco and England gave their citizens for war work. Among those whom he said had been slighted in the United States won Gen. Porshing, John D Ryan, and Mr Baruch Special to the Gazette TONOPAH, Feb. E. Lowe, manager of the North Star and, the Myra Divide has been called to San Francisco to confer on the introduction of electric power from the new Mineral county line tor delivery to the Myra piopeity at Liming. Tin re C.imoss.i has gone to Bishop. Russell Sheeim was a week-end vislt- 01 to Millers. Chailes E. Knox of the Montana. To- nopah, has icturned to his home in San Francisco. C. W Brandon, Goldfleld leasei, spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Richardson sixtcn-year-old daughter San, Thursday afternoon. i of Topsy She was an Indian burial Sat- tndaj with t'he first service at the Indian school houso with Rev. O. A KrlnKle of the Lutheran Church of- ficiating. The remains were then lowed by a large of In- dnnfa to the Indian burlp' grounds neaf Diy Lake where all the Indian but were carried out. New Eyes But yon -can Promaie clean, Beallby Coodittao e Murine Eye Remedy Nightand Kcsn your Eyes Clean. Clew and Wnte tor Freo Bye Care Murlae Esc Ecmedy Co.. 9 Kul Obla MEAT CAUSE OF Ki leturned from San Fiancisco, whole they enjoyed a month's visit, Mrs. Olive Elliott, wife of the late Dr. Elliott of Goldileld, is visiting friends in Tonopah, coming from the Coast for a short stay. R. H. Clark motored in from Las Vegas yesterday. From Goodsprtngrs, the once lively zinc camp, Mr. Claik they are moving the hotel and homes to Las Vegas wheie there a demand tor housing accommodation. Women of Woodcraft filled Odd Fel- lows' hall to the doors on the occasion or their latest caid party and dance. The prizes were awarded as follows Fii'bt, Mrs Jameb Hajwood, second, JMib. Kate Pi ice, third, Mrs. Snyder. mfn'b fust, M second, Robert Cuuvtord, third, Mike Wooiridge. The Girls' Friendly Society of St. Marks' has just completed re-decorat- ing and furnishing the guild hall. The little tolks did all the tinting, stencil- ling and upholstering themselves in ad- dition to buying a new lot of folding tables. Mrs. Phil is visiting in Man- hattan, LOVELOCK ITEMS MINDEN NOTES Special to the Gazette MINDEN, Fob D Cardinal Take Salts to flush Sidneys if Back hurts or Bladder bothers. I? you must have your meat every day, eat it, but flush your kidneys with salts occasionally, says a noted authoi- ity who tells us that meat forms uric acid which almost paralyzes the kid- neys in their efforts to expel it from the blood. They become sluggish and then you suffer with a dull rtHM'ry in the Kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dii.zmess, jour stomach souis, tongue is coated and when the weather is bad >ou have rheumatic twinges. The mine gets cloudy, full ot sediment, the channels often get sore find irritated, obliging you to seek relief two or ihree times clurmgHhe night. To neutralize those irritating acids, to cleanse the kidneys and flush off tho body's urinous waste get four ounces of Jad Salts from any phar- macy here; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from tho acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithia, and has boon used for generations to flush and (stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize tho acids in urine, BO it no longer irritates, thus ending bladder weakness. Saits is inexpensive; cannot m- jute and makes a delightful efferves- cent Iithfa-water drink. has retuined Horn a visit to San Fian- Miss Thoiesa Costa spent Saturday in Carson. Mr and Mis H. Bridges and two daughters motored to Reno Sunday and spent the day visiting Mrs. L. S Bridges Mr and Mrs B N. Selkirk of Gard- neiville spent the week-end in Reno. Miss Margaret Sinclair visited Car- I son triends Saturday. Ml- nnrl "Wfu T Mr and Mrs. J A. Cardinal and daughter, Jeanne, have gone to San Francisco for a short visit. Dr. C. Creely is in Minden from Reno for a short stay. J. C. Billitter of Stockton, CaJ was a Minden arrival last week. Carson valley was swept by a very high wind which lasted all Sunday night and was followed by a snow storm Monday morning. By afternoon tlie sun was bhining and the snow melt- ed. Mrs "Will Cardinal left Sunday eve- ning for San Francisco where she will visit for a few weeks. FREEZONE Corns Lift Qff with Fingers Special to the Gazette LOVELOCK, Feb Mis Charles II. Baker and son, Robert, departed Satuiday afteinoon to spend the week- end vismng her mother and sisters in Fallen. Miss Elaine Baker left Saturday for Reno. Mis. Maiv T Fuss leturned the last of the v eek trom a thiee weeks' Msit in San Francisco The eighth grade pupils of the grim- mar school entertained the other giaclea of the school with a creditable progiam Friday afteinoon undfr tho direction of Prof C A. Britell, amonR tho various numbers, rendeied being a, short sketch. "Motheis VisitlnK, bv Gladys Forsythe, Anita George Lang, Harold Hansen, Einest Lvnch. Tho Pythian Sisters of Alpha Tem- ple, No. 21, at their regular meeting Tuesday evening held initiation cere- monies followed by a banquet which was enjoyed by large attendance. The new members were Wanda Bid- dloman, Mr and Mis K K. Sadler The Sisters gave this week as their donation toward the fund for the starv- ing children of Europe. Mrs. Harry B Hill returned the last of the week from a vorv visit in Sparks at the home of her daughter Mrs. W. L. Smith and family. Mis. Minnie McCorkle returned the first of the week fiom a two month's visit in San Francisco. Mrs. J. S. Davis of Rochester is visit- ing her sister, Mrs. H. B. McDonald for a few weeks. The many fi lends of Mrs. Sarah J, Clarke tamillarly known as "Grannv Clarke" are very pleased to hear that Gianny is able to bo out again after a severe illness Father Hugo Meisekothen of Winne- mucca returned home Sundav after- noon after holding services at St. John's Catholic church hero. There will be Lenten seivices at the Catholic church every Tuesday evening and mass every Wednesday morning during Lent. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Dayton of Ter- ington are visiting Mrs Dayton's moth- er, Mrs. G. Clarence Browne. Mrs Anna Ast who has been spend- ing the winter with her son and fam- ily has gone to Wmneinucca to spend a month with her son there. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY OF KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Arquilla Special to the Gazette LOVELOCK, Feb 2 lodge. No Knights ot Pythias cole bratcd the liltj -seventh anniversary o the order Sdtuulay evening at the Le gion hall by entertaining the wives, anc sisters of members at j, very claboratt dinner dance with coveis for seventy five. V. A. chancellor com- mander, presided at the dinner. Maj R. G. Atfleck delivered a few concise on tho lonndution of the order and its growth and Krof. J. C. Jdnes o the University of Nevada presented with a -few appropriate remarks the commander's jewels to William C Ast past chancelloj Cards were enjoyed until a late hour. SAVED BY CREW'S PROMPTNESS Special to tho Gazette TONOPAH, rcb action by the file ciow at the Victor shall heio prevented a venous flip early this moining. An over-heated journal started a blaze in the cruther house, but the fne cicxv immediately got a stieam of water on the blaze and it was extinguished befoio the file de- pal tment ai rived The mtciior ot the house was scorch- ed nnd tlie loss is estimated at It s thought that none of tho machinery or electrical equipment was damaged BY LOVELOCK STUDENTS approximately from to the National Economic, League on and require staff 40o I series of questions Covering the most Repoit of the vote, which has bcen icceKed by Attorney Sam Platt of city, a member of the league. workers peiish wmebe enuineiaUon atmosphere that gave with a sep.it ate enumerator 1 200 or 300 household1? "The war has cut clean across shows, that ninety per cent of the 530 bianch of our national said Reg- mombPis who took part in the vote istrar-General Vivian. "It has broken believed that the income tax should be up and redistributed all popul-i- tions It has violently upset all bl'-th, marriage, and death u has altered the whole occupational and in- dustrial fimliguratlon the country and completely changed many of the customs, habits and conditions of tho people Theie is hnrdlj a sinclp ciuos- tion upon which we can look back to the results of the last census for guid- HOTEL MAY BE BUILT AT TRUCKEE THIS YEAR Special to the Gazette TRUCKEB, Feb. 22 is reported Drop a little "Freezone" on an ach- ing corn. Instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers. It doesn't hurt a bit. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of "Freezone'' for a few cants, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn the toes, and the cal- luses, without a particle of palru (Advertisement.) VIRGINIA TRIICKEE RAILWAY General Carson City, Nevada. TIME TABLE NO. 89 No. 4 2 81, 1921 No. 1 1 No. 8 Pass. KM. 2.05 2.13 2.20 240 2.55 310 3.30 4.05 4.15 5.00 6.20 5.4A M. 9.00 9.05 9.10 9.26 9.37 9.47 10.00 10.10 10.19 10.50 11.05 ii.aa. 7 9 11 17 21 26 31 31 35 41 45 50 6.34 6.29 6.34 6.00 5.50 6.35 5.25 S.t7 5.00 4.47 4-fl M. 10.45 10.39 10.32 10.15 10.01 .9.30 8.90 7.M 7.35 Gold HJti Virginia City No. 18 j 16 1 Mixed j 17 Mixed P.M. A. M. .T Minden Daily. Connecting at Reno and Mound fiouae with Southern Pacific Co, anri at Minden with daily auto stage for Woodfords and MarkUoyille, daily except Sunday with auto for Genoa, Walloy ville, Topaz, Wellington, Sweotwator ami Bridgeport. for Masonic leave Minden Thursdays, ovor night; Maspnlo on Wodnosdays and here that a large tourist hqtej is to Ije built in Truckee during the coming summer, preparatory to exploiting thf winter attractions on a larger scale than ever. The hotel accommodations are now regarded as inadequate, es- pecially in connection with excursion parties brought from i distance. No announcement has been made as to tho backers of the enterprise. Insects cause an annual loss to Amer- ican agriculture of more than lark is aaid to be most capable Amerleaij Ijiftflg in De- stroying insects TOTHEACfflNGSPOT t tell by Beaftfiy, that It to to dd jrou good and women, wjjjn the feast litt Liniment handy to knock it out. Pop- ular over a third of a far more popular today. neuralgia, overstrained stiff joints, weather exposure' results.' A little is all that is necessary, for it soon Penetrates without rubbing, to the sore Special to the Gazette LOVELOCK, Keb 22 The boys of the Lovelock high school havo lormed an athletic association to bo called the Pershingr County High School Athletic Club, for the purpose of promoting and stimulating inteiest in high school ath- letics Friday evening a very interest- ing meeting was held, several contests were enjojed and a fine banquet was served at the clone of the meeting The following were elected officers Flank Carpenter, piesident; Ennis O'Connell, vice-president; Lewis Kehoe, secretary and treasuier. DOUGLAS DIVIDES GAMES WITH STEWART INDIANS Special to tho Gazette MINDEN, Feb. 22 Stewar Indian boys defeated the Dougla county high school boys' basket bal team by a of thirty-two tt thirty m a game played Saturday evening in tho high school gymnasium in Gardnervillo The game was tin fastest and hardest fought of any tha has been, played by the Douglas boy; this season The Douglas girls won from the Stewart girls, twenty-six t thirteen. IS DEAD AT GREENWICH VANCOUVER ISLAND LAND TO BE SURVEYED AT ONCE B, c., Feb 22 sm-- vev of acies of mineia! lands owned by the Canadian Pacific Rail- way Company on Vancouver Island is to be started soon, William Sloane, ministei of mines, announced today The work be can led on by hinelter at Trail, a railway company Holding The company, Mr. 'Sloane said, plans to open a smelter on the island and will develop every coal discovery. Is Uric Acid Making You 111? retained, one-half expressed them- selves in favor ol! iPtaining the present minima of taxable Itacome, while of those voting against, retention of the piesent minima two-tTilrds were re- coiderl nt, favoring a lover minima A (substantial majority oxpressoo themselves as opposed to the present sates ot surtax upon incomes in execs'- of all but ten per vent being In favor of diminishing the late About seventy per cent were in favor of 10- tainmg the Inheritance tax, but about an equal number weie of the opinion that (ho excess profits, tax should tic abolished. On the? question ot the policy United States with respect to a tariff on imports the report shows that a majority were in favor of a tariff fur the protection of nome industries, home for a tariff foi revenue onlj and a. few believed in free trade. ridge found himself a mass of bruised when hauled from the ditch. MAN WANTED IN CALIFORNIA J. .7 Ujincs, probation officer of S'.in Francibco, airived hero this morning to take charge of James Woods, alias Jack Williams, alias George Carter, wanted in California for violation of parole WooJb was mestetl on a dis- ordeily chaige bv the polue of thU citj, and given a fkuter As his photo- ginpli was being t iken, one of the of- ficers recognised him anil his record was looked up He has boon held in the city J4il awaiting the arrival of the probation officer. Have you wondeier] is causing i'ou to leel so weak and 'blue" and nersous' It may be uric icid. You have probably eaten too much meat which 'has filled your blood vith uric acid, weakened your kidneys and caused that wearing backat he, tlvl leadaches, and other bad "eelings. Don't wait for serious rouble. Lighten your diet and use Doan'b Kidney .Pills Thousands rec- them. Ask vour neighbor1 A Reno Case Mis Victor Wagner, 534 N Center !t, s.iys. "My back very lame ml when I washed, "hliaip pains shot up through the small of mv back and could hardlv straighten. My kidneys icted irregularly and I suffered fiora errible pains m the top of mv he-id Two boxes of Doan's Kidnev Pills from Week's Drug Store cured me." NEW YORK, Feb. F MeCombs, foi mer chairman of the na tional Democratic committee, died a Greenwich, Conn, o'clock toda> of heart disease, it was announced her< today by Frederick K. Ryan, hi-j busi ness partner The Belgian Congo is about eighty eight tirnes the of Belgium. From to tons o peat are used annually in Europea countries Knocks Out Chest Colds Miwtarine Goes Soqie Of tea Chat? Colto Go Over Niglp. qOSTS ALMOST NOTHING Ten minutes after you rub Begy's Mus- tarine on that sore, tightening chest you't know that you've struck a quick resul producer that is conquer inflammation. Is it any wonder that thousands swear by it when one SOcent box Is to 50 of the best mustard platters that your grandmother ever made And Begy's Mustarine, which comes in a yellow box and is made of real yellow mustard, cannot blister. Bear that in mind 3ut when you have any ache ot pain or lumbago, neuralgia, 'neuritis; sore throat or any or congestion, be sore aqd rub tt on freely. It's the Quickest Pain Killer on Earth. Skeels-Mclntoah Drug Company can supply you. Sunbeam Divide Mining Co. Stockholders in above Company comnmnicate. With undersigned, ant. ARTHUR Tonopah Nevada (Advertisement) FALLOW and HAZEN Stage, Line Fallen for 7t8O p  FOIl THE COUNTY OF WASHOE. No Dept. NO. 2. BARBARA JBNNINOS. Plaintiff, vs. BKNJAMIN A. JENJNING8, Defendant. The State of Nevada tends Greeting to said Defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within ten days after tho service upoti you of this Summons If served Iri said county, or within twenty days if served out of said county, but within said Ju- dicial District, and in all other within forty days (exclusive of the day of and defend the above-en titled action. This action Is to recover a judgment and decree of the above en- titled coyrt dissolving tho contract of marriage now and heretofore existing be- tween you, Benjamin A. Jennings, aa de- fendant, and Barbara Jennings, as plain- tiff, on the orround of wilful desertion more fullv deoorlbed In the complajnt. Dated this Sixteenth day of December, D 1920. EL H. BERMER, Clerk of the Second Ju- dicial Dietrict Court of the Statfc of Ne- vada, in and for the Countv of Washoe Bv C. I. CUNNINGHAM, Deputy. JOHN S. ORE. Attorney. FPhl-R-IK-29: Mfltvh 1-D-1R SUMMONS IN THE SECOND JUpICMAlj DISTRICT COURT OF TIH3 STATE'OJ? NEVADA IN ANP FOR THE COUNTY OF V.'ASHOE. WILBUR L. WELCH, Plaintiff, vs. O. WELCH, Defendant. The St4te of Nevada Greeting to said Defendant: You ere hereby summoned to appear within days after the service upon you of this Summons If nerved In sale county, or within twenty days if served out of cald countv but within said Ju- dicial Dlstilot, and in all otW within forty days (exclusive of the day of and defend the above-entitled This action )s brought to If you combined the curative proper- ties of everr known cough remedy, yon probably could not got aa much real curative power ns there is in this simple home-niaJe couuli syrup, which is easily prepared m a, few minutes. Get from any druggist 2V6 ounces of Pines, pour it into a pint bottle and fill the bottle with syrup, using either plain granulated sugar syrup, clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, us de- sired. The result is a full pint of really better cough than you could buy rcifdy-made for thiee times tho money. Tastes pleasant and never spoils. This Pinex nnd Syrup preparation gets' right at the cause of a eolith and gives almost immediate relief. It loosens the phlegm, stops the pasty throat tickle and heals the sore, irritated mcmbianes gently and easily that it is really A day's use will usually overcome cough and for bronchitis, croup, hoarseness and bionchial asthma, it nothing better. Pinex is a most valuable concentrated compound of gennioc Norwnv pine ct- tract, nnd has been mod for generations to break up severe coughs. To avoid disappointment ask your druggist for "2Vi ounces of Pincx" with full directions, and don't accept any- thing e'fe. Guaranteed to give or money piompflv re- funded. The Pmex Co., Ft. Wayne. Ind. NOTICE OP 8AUE TUT? SECONJ} JT'DIOIAL DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WASHOH. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MATTIE STKBL.E, Deceased Notice is hereby given that in pursu- ance of an older of the Second Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Washoe, made and entered on the 31st day of January, 1921, m the matter of the estate of Hattie Stecle, deceased, the undersigned, tho ad- ministrator of said estate, will sell at pilvato Hale to the highest blddei for cami lawful money of the United and subject to eonflrrmtlon Judicial District Court, on Wednesday, tho 2nd day of March, 1921, between Uio hours of 9 00 o'clock A JVi .inn   H. H. BEKMBR, Clerk of the Second .Tn- dicial District Court of the State of Ne- vada, In and for'thn County of WMhoe. By A. O. CAUOHUN. Deputy. N. P. MOROAN AND V Attorneys for Plaintiff. -Feb, 15-32; March 1-8-15-82-29. base with 'ono and one-half inch bituminous wealing surface. Sq. Yds or more, of two Inch bituminous wearing suiface on existing rock macadam base. "300 lineal feet, or moie, of granite header stone." Copies of the specifications may be ob- tained from Harry Chism, city engineer, upon the deposit of five dollars, said money to be lefunded If the spoclfl- jatlorfB-fere retuined within five (5) days after the award of the contract. Plats and plans may he seen and ex- amined at the office of the City Clerk or the City Engineer. Bach bid must be accompanied by a check, payable to the City of Reno, certi- fied by a responsible bank, for an amount not less than ten (10 per cent) per cent ot the aggregate of the bid. For further information Inquire In writing to the City Rncineer. The City Council reserves the right to reject any and, ajl bated at Reno, Nevada this twenty- first day of February, Ar 1921. rSEAL) H SHORT, City Cleik' -and Clerk tfta City CowicM of the City 01 Reno. Feb 21st to March 28th. SPAPFRf SPAPFRf   

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