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TOXOPAH DAILY BONANZA, TOXOPAH, NEVADA, THUKSlV, OCTOBER 15, 1908.
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OPEN
CAMPAIGN
' , .
Maxson, Morehouse and Others Addressed
Appreciative Audiences Last Night
on Public Issues.
: There was a big crowd at Miners'
Exchange hall last evening when the
Republican campaign was practically
opened in 'Tonopah so far as flow
of rhetoric Is concerned by Hon. H.
B. Maxson and Hon. H. V. More
house and Hon. P. M. Bowler.
The meeting was called to order by
.Mark R. Averill, and Col. Maxson,
Republican candidate for congress,
after a brief address by Chairman
Averill was introduced to the audi
ence amid cheering. Colonel Max
' son made a short but succinct ad
dress, and devoted some little part
of it to his labor record, pointing out
that in Tombstone, Arizona, some
years ago, he had continued to pay
miners in his employe $4 per day for
eight hours' work, when the balance
of the miners were on strike for rec
ognition of the eight-hour demand.
L. A. Gibbons, Republican candi
date for district attorney, was next
introduced. In the course of his ad
dress he showed that a district at
torney has two primal duties civil
duties in advising the county com
missioners and other county officers
ASKS FOR LETTERS
ON DAVIS ESTATE
Letters of administration were ap
plied for yesterday by G. B. Welsh in
the estate of Olive Davis, of Cherry
Creek, Nevada, who died September
23. The estate consists of farming
implements, mining tools, mining
stock and several claims in ..the
Cherry Creek district, and is valued
at $1000. The hearing of the peti
tion was set for November 2. P. A.
McCarren is the attorney for the pe
titioner.
MARRIAGE LICENSE GRANTED.
A marriage license waB granted at
the county clerk's office yesterday to
William Barrett of Millers and Mrs.
Mary Johnson of Tonopah. . .
a mm DISPLAY
OF MUCH INTEREST
. Mrs. Richardson has on display in
the window of her millinary store one
of the latest creations of the import
ed directoire sheath, gowns. It is in
color a cream messeline and has one
of the latest Parisian sashes attached
to the belt. The gown is a beauty,
and undoubtedly the display window
will be the center of attraction the
next several days for the ladies of
Tonopah. There are also an exhibi
tion a number of the evening waists,
which are so popular now in the east
ern and western cities. Mrs. Rich
ardson has just received a shipment
of neck novelties, and a full line of
tailored suits and princess dresses,
which will be on display.
Five year old claret at $1.50 per
gallon. H. J. Hall & Co. tf
Every Thursday
and Friday '
STRICTLY ERESH
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Direct from the
Coast
TV-Go 03 EAT E3 AP2I1ET
TOOK
as to proper procedures; prosecution
duties, in. cases of violation of the
laws. He pledged himself. If elected,
to do his whole duty. Touching up
on the Rickey case, Mr. Gibbons said
that if he were elected he would
carry out the laws and the wishes of
the people as to the banker's trial.
, Hon. H. V. Morehouse was the
next speaker the speaker of the
evening, in fact. His address was
more extended than those of the
other speakers, and was general in
its scope, being a most comprehen
sive elucidation of the Republican
national platform. He paid a glow
ing tribute to the work of Roosevelt
in purifying the business morals and
systems of the county, and then eulo
gized Taft as a man fitted by all
qualifications of heart and mind, edu
cation and experience, capability and
ability, to carry out the Roosevelt
policies at home and abroad, fear
lessly and justly.
- The speakers were frequently in
terrupted by applause, and attention
was intense throughout all the ad
dresses
AN ENJOYABLE
SOCIAL EVENT
Mrs. J. W. Sinclair on Wednesday
evening entertained the members of
the Sanctuary society, at her home
on South street. Some twenty-six
guests were present at the enjoyable
affair, Mrs. Sinclair being assisted in
receiving by Misses O'Meara and
Griffin and Mrs. G. W. Strosnlder.
Music, cards and other games
helped to speed the evening, and
dainty collation regaled the creature
appetiiies of the guests.
PERSONAL MENTION
T. C. Risen returned yesterday
from a business trip to the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Rounsevell ot
Manhattan are In this city on busi
ness. 1 v' V '"
W. J. Odgers, one of Tonopah's
pioneers, jeturned yesterday from
Oakland.
Colonel H. B. Maxson, Republican
nominee for congress, arrived yester
day from Goldfield.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Nay of Sals-
bury are in the city. They are the
guest 8 of Mr. and Mrs H. H. War
burton.
"Dry Wash" Wilson of Round
Mountain returned yesterday from a
trip to the coast. He leaves this
morning for the northern camp.
Certificates of location for sale i
the Bonanza office.
B.XERRUTI
Wood and Coal
Delivered to Any Part of Town
Phone 83 - Quick Service
is y6ur" crtEdiT good?
Do yon realize that, lu addition to the amount of your balance at the bank, the
very I act that you are guarding your future and have a check account at are
liable bank will strengthen your credit.
Since W per cent of the buslnes of this country Is based on credit the matter or
good credit Is a very important iten. In getting ahead.
Our facilities and connections are nuch as enable us to give careful attention
to both small and Urge aonounts. We want yours oome in and see us.
NEVADA FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF T0N0PAH
' UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
A
Libera
Donation :fo-
Pire
"Mr. George B. Swasey, Chief Tonopah Volunteer Fire Department,
Tonopah, Nevada:
"My Dear Mr. Swasey Referring to your letter of September 8,
in which you ask the Tonopah Mine Operators' association for fin-
ancial assistance toward the erection of a gymnasium for the vol-
unteer fire department, to cost approximately $2300.
"Your communication was read at a meeting of this association,
held October 7, and 1 was directed to Inform you that this associa-
tion will give a total of $500 for this purpose, after you have
raised the other $1800, which you estimate as being necessary to
complete the "building.
"The members of the Tonopah Mine Operators' association
were very much interested in your good work, and wish you much ,
success. .,'
"Yours very truly,
"W. W. CHARLES, Secretary."
The above letter Is self-explanatory, and yesterday evening the
members of the fire department were jubilant over the liberal
donation, and which puts their proposed gymnasium "in sight."
Tbe donation was unexpected as to size and shows that the 'mine (
operators' association is certainly appreciative of the work of
the department. It is to be hoped that other large concerns and
organizations follow up the good precedent now established, and .
lend further aid to the department. . . .
POPULAR YOUNG
COUPLE WERE
WED WEDNESDAY
-J. A. Cole and Miss Eva Qulllian
were united in marriage yesterday
afternoon at the residence of the
bride on McQuillan street, the Rev.
Lloyd B. Thomas officiating. Only
Immediate friends of the contracting
parties were present at the ceremony,
but in the evening a reception was
held and a large number of friends
and well wishers called to tender
their congratulations. A large num
ber of presents were received, among
them being a handsome silver set
which was presented by the officials
and employes of the Tonopah Exten
sion mine.
Mr. Cole is one of the pioneers of
Tonopah and for several years has
been employed at the Tonopah Ex
tension mine as foreman.. He is one
of the most popular men in the coun
ty, for with his long residence here
he has made ,, many friends. The
bride is one . of the most popular
members of the younger set and by
her charming and gracious manners
has made many friends, Mr. and
Mrs. Cole will make their future
home in Tonopah.
NOTICE TO FIREMEN.
There will be a meeting of the vol
unteer fire department this evening
at the fire house at 8 o'clock. The
letting of the contract for the erec
tion of the gymnasium will take place
and all members are requested to at
tend. Other matters of Importance
will also come before the meeting.
VALLEY VIEW HOTEL
BISHOP, CALIFORNIA.
I nder New Management.
Entirely Renovated.
Table I'-nsnrpaased.
UtCOIU.'K LEIDY, 'MAVAHIOK.
F.RE&H
Confectionery
Try our "Merry Widow Chocolate"
V' ' " ' Til Bt '" - '
RO U M SE V ELL'S
I 1 For all Omms of
Lumber l?Jtt
CALL AT-. - -
CARLSON'S LUMBER YARD
Lower Main Street
2112 j P. O. tn SB!
CARL D. DROSSEL
MERCHANT TAILOR
Removd to
MINERAL STREET
Next to Marks' Warehouse
Laddies
MONTANAS DEFEATED
THE EAGLE-ELKS
Advices from Bishop are to the ef
fect that the first of the series of ball
games between the Tonopai. Mining
and Eagles-Elks teams, at the Inyo
county fair at Bishop, 'California,
played yesterday, was won by the
Montanas, the score 1 to 0. It was a
pitcher's battle, with Prout on the
firing line for the Montanas and Den
niston for the fraternal team.
STOCK MARKET
The following quotations are fur
nished by the reliable brokerage flra
of Kenneth Donnellan & Co.:
Wednesday,, October 14.
Tonopah District.
Tonopah Nevada. $6. 50
$6.60
.94
.65
" .55
.30
1.20
.08
.58
.07
.23
Montana . . .
Tonopah Ex.
MacNamara .
Midway.
Belmont . . v
North Star .
West End . .
Rescue . . . .
Jim BuMer .-
.90
.60
'.54
.29
1.17
.06
. .55
.06
-.22
Goldfield District.
Sandstorm . .... .21
Columbia Mt. ... .20
Jumbo Ex. ..... . 34
Consolidated . . . 5.75
Booth .42
Atlanta '. .21
Great Bend 35
Florence ... 3.87 .
Diamondfield Con .15
Daisy . ........ 1.05
Fraction 1.20
Kewanas .30
Red Hills 25
Florence Ex.. ... .12
.23
24
.35
5.77
.43
.22
.37
4.00
.16
1.07
1.22
.32
.26
. ,13
Bullfrog District.
Homes take
Tramp Con
.25
.15
Other Districts.
Round Mt ,95
1.00
Pitts. SI1. Pk. T.V ,90
FOR RENT A three-room house,
completely furnished; piano. ' $15
a month. Apply at this office.
MINING MACHINERY & SUPPLIES
WE CARRY A LARGE STOCK OP HOISTS, CABLE, CARS
BUCKETS, ETC. GET OUR PRICES. WIRING SUPPLIES,
FIXTURES AND LAMPS AT COST. TELEPHONE OUR
OFFICE AND OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL CALL.
THE NEVADA-CAUFORNIA POWER CO;
FREE HOUSE PIPING
For further information inquire of
NEVADA GAS COMPANY
PHONE 1542
Candidates' Cards.
Cards under this heading will be
charged for at the rate of $10 .(In
variably In advance) from date until
election.
NEW. TODAK.
JOE MORRIS
Regular Independent Nominee
for
office of
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Tonopah Township.
HARRY H. ATKINSON.
Regular nominee of Nye County Re
publican convention for office of
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Tonopah Township.
PUDDY GRIMES
(Present Incumbent.)
Regular nominee of Nyo county
Democratic convention for office of
AUDITOR AND RECORDER
CLEVE RAKER
Regular nominee of the Nye County
Democratic convention for office of
DISTRICT ATTORNEY
DR. F. P. BOWEN
Regular nominee of Nye County Re-
publican convention for office of
STATE SENATOR
GEO. W. SUMMERFIELD
Regular nominee of Nye County Re
publican convention for office of
STATE SENATOR
WILLIAM SAWLE
Independent Republican Candidate
for the office oi
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Tonopah Township.
CHARLES WONACOH
Regular nominee of Nye County Re
publican convention for office of
ASSEMBLYMAN
F. P. VAN PATTEN
Announces that he is a candidate for
the office of .
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
(Non-Partlsan.)
F. L BERRY
Regular nominee of Nye County Re
publican convention for office of
ASSEMBLYMAN
R. F. GILBERT
(Present Incumbent)
Regular nominee of Nye County, Re
publican convention for office of
COUNTY TREASURER
s, ,
W. T. CUDDY
Regular nominee of Nye county Re
publican convention for office of
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
(Long Term.)
C. A. RICHARDS
Regular nominee of Nye County Re
publican convention for office of
AUDITOR AND RECORDER
THOS. WILSON
Regular nominee of Nye county, Re
publican convention for office of
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
(Short Term.)
TONOPAH AND GQLOFIELD
RAILROAD
EFFECTIVE, JlIiV 18, lttOS.
Local (or Faclfle) Time.
7.45 a. rn
Lv. . Goldfield
Ar. . Tonopah .
.Ar
Lv.
.Ar.
12.25 p.m
9.05 a.m
9.20 a.m
9.62 a. m
11.16 a.m
11.0"Nin
Uv. . Tonopan .
Lv... Millera ..
.Arl
.Ar
Jin
.17a.n
8.26 a. m
2.60 a.m
10.29 a. m
Lv. Blair Junct
1.12 p.m
L.V.... Mlna
,Ar.
.b5 p.m
Lv..
Lv..
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, . Haren .
. . Reno . .
San Fran.
, . Ogden .
Salt Lake
...Ar.
'7.46 p.m
..Ar.
..Lv.
12.16 a.ni
7.08 a.m
1.30 p.m
S.06 p.m
10.40 a.w
6.10 p.m
4.00 p.m
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SIX
TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN
GOLDFIELD AND
TONOPAH.
Leave Tonopah.
Arrive Goldfield
9.15 a.m
12.25 p.m
4.45 D.m
8.10 a.m
11.15 a.m
S.40 D.m
Leave Goldfield
Arrive Tonopah
7.45 a.m 9.05 a m
2.10 p.mj 316 P.m
6.00 p.m I 7.06 p.m
H R. HANLIN, W. D. FORSTER,
Gen'l Supt., aen i rasa. asi..
Tonopah. Tonopah.
ROBT. G. POHL
Regular nominee of Nye county Re
publican convention foi office of
COUNTY CLERK
ED. MALLEY
(Present Incumbent)
Regular nominee of Nye County
Democratic convention for office of
CONSTABLE
of Tonopah Township.
J. J. OWENS
(Present Incumbent)
Regular nominee of the Nye county
Democratic convention for
SHERIFF
of Nye county.
J. J. MQUILLAN
(Present Incumbent.)
Regular nominee of Nye county
Democratic convention for office of
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
(Long Term.)
J. P. BRISSELL
Announces to the citizens of Tonopah '
that he is a candidate for tbe
office of
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
Tonopah District. ,
Ou a non-rpartlsiau ticket, irrespective.
of any political party.
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE 4 room housAantf barn.
2 lots, clear title, fine .location;
for $800. Address B.; Box" 629.
10-1 5-1 w.
WANTED First class gill for house
work. Phone 2062 or apply at this,
office. 10-13-
WANTED Position as househeeper
or work in rooming house by lady.
M., Bonanza. .10-14-
FOR RENT Furnished rooms at th
Bass House. Mrs. De Bock, Mgr.
10-7-7t.
FOR SALE Typewriter in good con
dition. Address P. O. Box .158.
, 10-6-
FOR SALE Bargain Nicely fur
nished house, 5 rooms; gas, elec
tricity, water; lot 35-foot front;
title perfect.. Corner Edwards,
street and Oddle avenue. 8-19-tf
FOR SALE One new two horse
power Wagner 60-cycle, single
phase, electric motor. Address 1?
Bonanza office. tt
WANTED Information of the-
whereabouts of one Hugh Roberts,,
age about 45 years. Born in
Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Address T.
B. Flint, Everly, Iowa. 10-9-6t
; PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .
CAMPBELL, METSON & DROWN
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
State Bank and Trust Co. Bnildiniu
TOXOPAH, NEVADA.
c. h. Mcintosh h. r. cooke.
Mcintosh & cooke
attorneys
Offices Tonopah Blk. Tonopah, Net .
NOTARY IN OFFICES
KEY PITTMAN,
Attorney-at-Law,
State Bank Building,
Tonopah, Nevada.
STEVENS & VAN PELT,
' Associates,
Rawhide, Nevada.
0
L. A; GIBBONS
attorney' 'at law.
Offlcf, Room tt. Hutb-r' IHfi.
Tnnopiih. NYvarln.
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