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TONOPAH DAILY BONANZA, TONOPAH NEVADA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1919.
The STOCK MARKET
The following are the eloe ut tuitk
qoouriott, axd the reeorC o tie
days a eo. as referred bom tss
3ui rrtndeoo stock xchee Ola
er'ernoen b? K TrtA Brown, broker:
TONOPAH DIVIDE.
Bid Asked
Allied .
Apex -fc-'
Btkher M .3
n.-i.lif-r tit 1'" JtS
Is.;'.'! Cv. A'f
B rougher - JW
Il'itl .-6 -'-s
I ii:st.; .Vii .03
CI .riot 1 "
D." 'ile - 5.77 H 5 85
r-.v !" City li .V,
' 1 : !-!' Cons 15 .H
J-:v.p Ext J.70 1.75
J :r. ,jr .07
.'
1 ar Divide
K.'.-t f'ivide I'M
K .rvka
1 'renc
0;:.nt ..
- :d Reef
'.1 Weill.-"
C(,M Zone
Grirps
Jlarrail
H. 'nt'ro'ick
H"?nnS'5.v
j;..--i5
Vii-h Divide
Kich Pivido FNV
Horres'ake .. .
Korseshnu
1--.V. City
Kvtnr.
!. ' i-y
I. wVy Boy
y-ian
V'Tl
N-ra'la
6" .66
1.. .14
.0:1 .0i
... U .1::
... .0", ,C4
... fi
... .15 .1'")
... i 4 05
.. -ti .30
... .:
.. 10 .11
. .0.1 '-4
07
... .15 .v;
. .Oj
.07 OS
.on .08
... . .05
M
.. .07 00
.. .20 21
.. .01 .04
N-ir'li Pivide '5 .
C . era'or 0 M
r.-.r. ! .05
p. no 01 .07
F ' - .45 AH
!!' - 15 .li
rnvr.l f,s .10
P:!vir 1 .20
F '-"' Kin? 11 .15
P.-"C"!r-r 06 .07
P -...r'sr.d 0'' .10
P' T.tlVate .04 .05
T'"?ery 31
Trilby .03 .05
Vrdl .3 . .31
vi'""ry 24 25
V 00 0
V.'inn .04 .05
Wonder .07 .10
F' ; fn ..
Xo"hwpt .08
K-rrirk 14 .IB
V- (i .10
T'rnwn OS .10
ArriMitlnn .in
K"T''pnm 02 3
M!"way 15 ,17
Pnv Divide 06
Kr.ox j.; ;i
TONOPAH
I!' Irnont
Ca h Boy
Great Western
Gipy Q'li-en
Hal!fi.x
Jim Bu'Ut
MrifXamara
Midway
Mizpah Ext .
Mniarrh Pittsburg
V'mtona ..
Nrh Star
R'-si-'le-Eula
2 90
.07
.0.
.01
.10
.25
.58
21
.06
.05
.10
.05
.18
1.50
1 65
.11
.SH
.10
.08
.OS
.02
.30
.23
.Of!
.06
.12
.08
.19
.01
1.70
.12
.
.11
Tonopah Ext.
t'matllla Tonopah
West End
West Tonopah
Crescent
Tonopah 76
GOLDFIELD
Atlanta .0,1 .04
Blue Bull .02 .03
Pooth .06 .07
C O. D. .02 .03
Combination Fraction 05 .06
Crarker Jack .03 .06
Florence . .42 .45
Goldfield Cons .18 .19
Merger Mines 03 .04
Grandma .03 .04
Great Bend .02 .03
Kewanas .01 .05
Jumbo Ext .10 .n
Jumbo Ext. Jr .01 .02
Silver Pick 07 Jt8
Spearhead .08 .09
Red Hills 04 .05
Development .12 .13
MANHATTAN.
Manhattan Cons .03 .04
White Caps .16 .17
Morning Glory .02
Mustang .02 .03
White Caps Ext .03 .04
ROCHESTER.
Nenzel 04 .05
Packard 30
Rochester Merger 04 .05
Rochester Mines .20
7ITPTNR Bw,- Belnshts, Soothe.
lUCl! ZZ Heal KeeD vour Eve.
Strong and Healthy, li
thevTire Smart fl-rh Ar
Vf 1 1 rX Cx V Burn, if Sore, Irritated,
luUR LI L3 Inflamed or Granulated,
use I.I urine often. Safe for Infant or Adult
At all Drucrtrists. Write for Free L'ye Rook.
Mjilue fc liCBcdy Cumpdoy, Chicago. I. S.&.;
COMSTOCKS.
Ophir 1.72 Hr 1.75
Mexican 55 .56
Sierra Nevada 14
Cnion .37
.15
.39
MISCELLANEOUS.
! Round .Mountain
j Como Cons
I Concordia
j Carrie Lead
i Yerint'ton Ml. ...
SiliiOIi
I Simon Ext
I Fairview Mt
.33
.30
.14
.15
.05
.12
.'4
.03
1 72H 1.75
.06
(4 i5
1 Mavfk wvr
TONOPAH D VIDE.
Salt.
P'vjiie I'"). 5 75
lU-bnm.-k- 10"". b:i f! ; 7
: i.,i.. 20; 2ofxi. 29
cold Zo!,. i tv. : 61
6i
Pivid.- Kxt --2-. 1 67V 10.1
M'" 1 7'i l'n'0. 1 70
Piviii.i.ii 1 1 SyV. 6i;
61 2"" 1 1 6 : ; 5,,,'
1" '
1 7''
7500.
6.1 :
' 1" M: .
12"i". I'.''. 65:
:p ' " '', . ::'' ". '', ; 2"'"'. 65 ;
:'00, 65 ;
til'l, 66
1
bl'i. 'j'l' 2'"'0. 65'
Itii,L'''ier--i'00, 79.
!;..-e'ta .I'll, 15; 700". 14
15 15:: 5o00. bio, i.
'."Id Ree lOuO, ?,!
Alr 2'Xo-,. 20; 20O0. 19
''.ritnes-p'Ofl. 16: 100O, 16
Bechr--r.0. 37; 1500. 37.
Bil.lier Ext 2"f, 27; 250.
Silver 2000. IV
charlut 2000. 5; 3000 5,
I.ibeny--1'Vm 4
B-ii?- liji.io, 6
Hull City 50OO. bio. M
.dr..- 3000, 4
tlMiH
H it'll Divide Ext -lftftftO. ?,
V.'. -t 1"00. 8; 3OO0, 9
Pmugcler - l'O. 7; lOfiO. 6
10A0. t
I'.oOO, 6,
Pen Hnr-lOOfl. s
ih'.n loon 5.
P'lMbeam 20O0, 2.
TVvWh runs 5510, 16, fof
15:
'oivi. v;
Divid" City- 1000. 1 1; 4000, 15;
l'OO 17,
Myra 500, 20. 20''0, 20; 1000. h30
21
P'itte ldO((. 27; 1000, 27
Ti.r-i.'-ho 1000, b3fl 16. 500, 15;
15.
H.mPtBke-- 6500, 8
Vii"nry- lOno 25' 20n
25c
Allied -1000. 9
Inn ifT - 1000, Fj
Kernli-k 1000, 15; '"0
North Divide 5O0, 6
Hii'li Divide -?Wf, 10
15
TONOPAH
'-l End 700. 1 65: 200. l i)5
Monanti Pittsburg-iooo r,
West Tonopah 1000. 2'XI0 12.
MacNamara -1000, SO,
50LDFIELO '
Goldfield Cons loftO. is
Combination Fraction-- limo
Blue Hull -5ono, 2.
Great Bend-1000. 3: 6000. 1
Development 1000. 12; 2fn. h?.n,
13
Silver Pick POfl, s.
Kewanas 2000. 4: 5000 4
Spearhead 1000. 7.
Grandma -70O0, 3: 10O00, 3
MANHATTAN.
Manhattan Cons. 10O0. 3
COMSTOCKS.
Cons. Virginia--200. 3 50 : 500,
3.471,; 2O0, 3.45; 100. 3.45; 500,
1.50; 500, b10, 3.55; COO, 3 50; 200.
350.
Siena Nevada- 1700 13; 41.11. H;
1500. 14; 2000, b10. 15; 15o0, 14;
1500. b,10. 15.
Ophir 1O0, 1.72'4: 800. 1 75' 100.
1 75
Union -200, 36; 100 37; 200. 38.
Mexican 800, 55; 10O, 55; 1000,
56; 1500, 55; 1000. 57; 2000, 55.
Best & Belcher 1100, 25; 5o0. 25
MISCELLANEOUS.
Nenzel 2000, 5; 2000, 5; 2000. 6.
Simon Lead 100, 1.72; 200, 1.70;
1200, 1.76.
Carrie Lead-590, 15.
Fairview Mt 500, 53.
Concordia 3000, 12; 4000, 13
3000, 1)30, 14; 3000, 13.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The Bank Buffet Is not the head
Quarters of the I. W. V nor any
other radical organization. We are
not In sympathy with them, and de
nounce as untrue any statement
made on the ball grounds or any
other place, that we are.
We will under no consideration
(derate their assembling in our
place of business.
McCLOSKEY & WARD
Adv.-08-tl. Proprietors.
Novel snow plows of recent In
vention for automobiles are carried
on sled runners In front of the for
ward wheels.
Two Missouri inventors have pat
ented a harvester that has but 125
castings, one chain and a single
operating lever.
Semi-circles of spring steel that
grip firmly have been Invented to
be placed around the shoe heels to
prevent wear.
FORECAST OF A
BIO OIL FIELD
Tonopah stockholders and promot
ers of Fallon oil companies are go
ing around with a million dollar
smile due to a report on the Fallon
field recently submitted by Mr. A. E.
W iley, the noted geologist and en
gineer Mr Wiley spent sixteen days ex-
!m:tiiBg the Fallon district He at
I uo In s considerable importance to
i'l.it.-d .States Bulletin No. 530, which
j j;;ves ;he b.r of a test well put down
'" l y the government in 1911. This
1 was- Kink for potash to a depth
I of j feet. The log shows oil seep
lire nt l-'5 feet. 115 feet and 300
f'-"t, also .shale-clay seams with fos
of the tertiary period below the
t io-fo.it level.
Tniloubtedly." -nates Mr. Wiley,
"'.In- oil strata would have been
encountered in this well if eotitin
! lied 10 1 5 ou feel, as all oil tests
: in this field show a good paraffin
: 1 Hi-- and oil of paraffin characler
! s a rule found within that depth."
In niimiiiing up Mr. Wiley states:
j "I believe that the district is a very
I pro.iosinir one for exploration for oil
: that sitil ing of wells in the most
i favored places in that district Is
; l io'l to yield fabulously rich re
,' nin.-s From geological conditions,
1 a they are found In that district, I
I can I'e i' h tin; one conclusion and
j that i.- that the chances for bring
j iti in one of the big oil fields of
I the nation."
I Mr Wiley has 1 nation-wide repu
I tation as an expert geologist and his
J report w ill no doubt greatly increase
j 'he interest m the various prospec
: tiv, oil f oil- ,,f Nevada and espe
' oiaSlv in the Fallon field.
I Joe Servanti is hack fresh from
. service with the First division of
1'er-hini; s own men who were first
to fiKht and last to leave France,
.loo was a'tached to the bodyguard
of the American commander and
was with him in all the big recep-
! ' - on 111. w;v hoe... and through
I'lnri p- .1 curries two wound
-tripes, having been gassed and sent
l a. k t.. the hospital a second time
-uttering from iwo wounds which
kept him in the hospital for two
inon'lis Servanti was the first man
Tom Nevada to go eross and was
oi.roH.-d With the regulars as a re
.!,oeient man Leaving here Oc
tober 7, 1:17. Joe went to Camp
Lewis and in two months was In
I'rinee. The departure of the
young dairyman was one of the most
pathetic scenes enacted at the Tono
pah depot, which will be well re-
i 1111-mbcred for, Hs the boys swung
lll,o;..l the train J.,,, Servanti led
li" t- v ti in 'ingiiig, "When 1 wop
a hil:p and on wor" a ro-e "
j To enahlo one-arii.ed persons to
eat egg- an Englishman has invented
! 1 Wooden cup with rubber feet that
K.e, it from slipping
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The co partnership existing be-Iwe.-n
ona ! Hall and H. M. John--on,
known as Oil City Townslte Co.,
wa- dissolved July 21. 1919,
fSiimedi II.' M. JOHNSON.
dv s;3-t;
HARRY C. STIMLER & CO.
BROKERS
Represented on following exchanges;
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
NEW YORK CURB
CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE
8AN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCH.
We guarantee prompt and oourata
service. We solicit a share of your
patronagt
Offices- Mizpah Hotel tnd Rlehsrds
Building, Main 8treet,
TONOPAH, NEVADA.
PHONE m
E. C. SMITH E. J. AM ANN
5
in
Brokers
Next Door Western Union Offleo
Member 8. f. Stock Exchange
Office: S. p Reno, Tonopah
Eastern Connections
T. i. FLYNN, Manager
.vE VAKS A SPECIALTY OF
GOOD BREAD
AND OU
PIES AND CAKES
CANT BE BEAT
VIENNA BAKERY
FIRST NEVADA
BOY IN FRANCE
T M o minn
mi i n a rap
SLOT MACHINES
ARE OUT AGAIN
Holding that the constitutional pro
vision prohibiting lotteries In the
state of Nevada can not be held to
apply to slot machines, because at
the time the constitution was framed
slot machines had not been thought
of, the state supreme court yesterday
afternoon handed down a decision
which authorizes the operation of ma
chines under a statute passed by the
legislature in 1915.
The court's opinion holds that it
was not the intention of the framers"
of- the constitution to prohibit the
operation of slot machines. It also
holds that it could not have been
the intension of the legislature to
prohibit slot machines because it en
acted a special statute regulating the
operation of such machines. The
court holds that It is not unlawful
to operate slot machines under the
special statute. The act in question
is an amendment to the anti-gambling
law and that portion of it relating
to the operation of slot machines
"His:
Provided, however, that nothing in
this paragraph shall he construed as
prohibiting . . . nickel-in-the-slot
machines for the sale of cigars and
drinks and no playback allowed
The matter was laid before the
state supreme court by agreement be
tween District Attorney Summerfield
and Hoyt, Norcross. Thatcher. Wood
burn and Henley, attorneys for the
slot machine men.
SOAP BOX USED
BUFFALO. N. Y Oct. 8 - Buffalo's
Four Minute men who organized
during the great war to promote
the sale of Liberty bonds, have un
dertaken a new task. They are
preaching patriotism and love of
country at the street corners.
The soapbox has been the ros
irum of those who preached class
hatred and revolution, it was said
in announcing the campaign, and
the Four-Minute men believed that
this class of speakers should be
met on their own ground.
Accordingly they reorganized a'
'he Minute Men and one of their
number speaks each night The first
FOR SALE Best group ot four
claims In the Divide district. Fav
orable terms. Address P. O. box
115. Tonopah, Nex. 04 tf
I'OU SALE Piano in first rlas
-ouditiou J100. See Geo. Alln,
fen wick's Brokerage office.
1491-03 'f
UKSSKXGEK wanted. Apply at
once. Western Union Tel. Co.
Oct.ltf
I'OU It KXT 2-rooni house. Apply
Mrs V. J. McKeough. 1497-OG tl
FOR SALE Edison phonograph, dia
mond disc, 119 records, 205 St.
Patrick. 1493-06-t6
WAXTEU Two neat appearing
young men over 21 to Join adver
tising crew,' experience unneces
sary, t;ood money to right parties.
Evenings, 6 to 6. Nyco Rooms,
Mr Eichhorn. 1494-01-3t
1-1) II KENT Nicely furnished two
room house, close in. Mrs. .Mar
tin, 507 Brougher. 08-tf
WANTED To buy sell, rent and
lease, residence and business
property. See) Harper at H. H.
Bacon agency. 1496-07-t7
A---trrttttttt MMMIM
BATHE
Bathe Often
AT FIREMAN'S GYM
ONE Dollar Per Month
A. H. ELFTMAN
Consulting Geologist and
Mining Engineer
406-407 State BaoU Building,
Tonopah, Nevada.'
Phone: Office, 8122; Res., 284.
TELEPHONE 2032
DIVIDE MINES
TIMBER
COMPANY
Furnishes
HAFT 8ET8 FRAMED
LAGGING, WEDGES, WOOD
LADDERS, CHAIN LADDERS,
TIB RODS, HANGING RODS
AND FIRE WOOD
Saw Mill Located One Block
North of Power Sub Station
TONOPAH, NIVADA
FOR GOOD WORK
CLASSIFIED j j
PERSONAL
A. A. COPD, secretary of the Has
brouck companies, was a passenger
for Reno last evening.
ANDREW WALZ, mining engineer
representing the Sherwood Aldrich in
terests, returned from Reno this
morning afrer 'an abseix-j of six
weeks, during which he was en
gaged in examining copper proper
tie in the northern end of the state
TIM. O'GRADY. representing the
Philadelphia Assurance company,
with offices in San Francisco, was
an arrival this morning
JOHN (J. KIRCHEN is back from
a trip to Reno.
I GEORGE SOL'TH WORTH left last
j evening for Reno, where he will
I take delivery of a car and return
I by the overland route,
j ,IOK AND LOUIS SERVANT!
j leave this evening by train for
j Bishop, where they are called by
j the serious illness of their uncle.
.'.ntone Servanti.
H. .! McSHETtRY. the new col
lector of internal revenue for the
southern district of Nevada, arrived
this morning and secured offices in
the Bank building.
TO CALIFORNIA
Tl, first shipment of feeder stock
from southern Nevada went out last
night at 5:10 after the day from
sun up had been spent in loading
I 500 head of stock into tlrr y car- :
Tile work was slow owing to the
absence of a yard or corral where
the wild animals could be impounded ,
ml g':iila:il!v b 0 il to file c'lu'e
The stock belong, d to the United
Cattle and Backing companv who-o
force of buckaroos conducted the
work of loading This h the first ;
shipment of feeder stock from the
io'ithern country, as It i- the rule
''or the stock fo fiit'en on the native
STOCK SHIPPED
'ras.es of the Kowi'h conn'ry until 1 .
hev am- bu'ter fat and r.'-ady for '
'he market Thi- vein's ilnn'li left
the i itige in s.i.-h iiniiov eri-he,l shape I -tha'
1 1... i, - wakem-d and .
-co e' ahi.. in .a!k Some of the 3
itiinal- had g ,ne -n-h long distitiiceq S
:';:'' 1'.'" f'llt I'e" dT'opne( in
he:: 't' e'i--: and e- nbl only be :,-i.'l
b' praeji! ai'eritiop The hinnient
- - :i fee, l.ng siation in Califro
nla
meeting- have i . 1 1 vvll at'euded
itid M.n ,I,-n sac they have
"ti 'in,', .i.e. bv -ynipathetic re-
(: from :h"ir and'. m ... It is
plaiiic'il 'o cntiniie the "-..apl.ov"
cacie.ii'-ii as long as the'e ap
parent need f,,r it.
FRE5H CANDIES
WE USE
K0RY KR0ME LEATHER
'or half-sollng. Wear as long ss
nails. Repairing While You Wslt
Men's Shoes $4, $4.50, $5. $6
St Pierre's Bootery
Tonopah Reno
P. Mooney. j. E. Monahan.
Divide Brokerage
Company
Hapld Returna and Prompt Settle
inenta
If vou want the Utcst news about
Mine Investnimta call at our office
81 Pbone W72
itlwIwrgWarehniN-
AND
IDiitributor for
Union Oil Company's
GASOLINE
Distillate and Lubri
eating Oils
Haas'
MICKIE SAYS .
set . b.e.m9. rt's UKE C
fws - Evi'st. . v;E NH0v.E
- sc eni&repxON4 corvvto
vrrir wi -- -
o.e ecMtuu OUT MOfvCt Am'
WE OOMT LAKE T' PE DONMvN
OUR FENSS 'M VF NN O OCS
KEEP fUMX OV NE OWE Ms
ReNEW 6vT THE PS.OPt TVNVE -
vast rtflViV VTO SKOt vj K
EvltaMfWNtACr
1
BRITISH SHIP FLAGS
TO BE PRESERVED
! iCorrespondenee Associated Press)
i LONDON. Sept. 1" - Flag; flown
I bv !!r:iis!i ships in battle are to be
( re:ened, ac-ording to an announce,
j meat by the admiralty which do
j dares that any ship having such a
i flag should "frame it" and place it
' is a suitable position on the ship.
i
''Ss
THE CASINO
C. F. GRAHAM. Propr.
PIONEER RErRESHMENT PARLOR OF
SOUTHERN NEVADA
Full Line of Soft Drink. O ly the
Standard Brand of Cigar ii Stock.
: 'I
Telephone 466
Tonopah Bottling Works
Phone M2
M i 'if icturers of Garb n it. ' ti verijiN
Lemon Scda. Raspberry Soda, Iron Port, Cream Soda
Hires Root Beer, Coca Cola. Strawberry Soda, Iron Ber,
Sarsapariila. Cider, Mineral Water. Etc.
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HALL BUILDING
uijiiLiliii'i.aliiljl' !i.Lli,i.u!l.,iii il:i'.jl,,il!iiiii,!i" il
iRACK A, To CAR 'VJ"
New daily service, effective September 8. In connection
Steam Tra;ns. provides schedule
MOTOR CAR
Arrive Tonopah 10:30 a. m., Leave Tonopah, 4:30 p. m.
STEAM TRAIN
Leave Tonopah 8:35 a. m.. Arrive Tonopah 7:25 p. m.
TONOPAH & GOLDFIELD RAILROAD
, "''''-.----r-'-s..
For Fine Roast Meat or a Delicatessen
Sandwich
Ro to the
C & F. BAR
Huttcrmilk
Verdi Lumber
Company
Established 1902
CARRYING A FULL STOCK OF
Oregon Pine and Native
Pine Mining Timbers
BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS
TRICES RIGHT AND PROMPT DEIVERY
Yards and Office Below
Depot
TEUTK9IE 1112
PAID BOOSTERS
ARE RULED OUT
iCorrespondenee AjsociateJ Prt.
PARIS, Seut. 13. Th.vr
' ' !1 Uiaa-
agers and actors of this
agreed that hired applaud,
;o The "claque" as the
n.Ust
reac,
call it. is as old m, i.o...
te French theatre lisefl it t,(
iihed in the days of Francis vihj,
and from generation to to-,,., ' '
1 'iiiiiti
until the present time.
The federation of theatre H.
j has demanded its eliiiiiniiii,,,, anJ
j calls it anti-democratic. K.pi,.!itv ln
j success and 'in failure
: liould rule.
; Thus the six seats in the :lr ,
j the orchestra circle, .iih,. ,..n
j more seats in the fj-s; ; ( ,
i where strong men were v.,..,, ,0
lent the air with their ::ir -:.; tting
and nerve-wrecking apple., wi
, be silent. Near by spe. t,i' v
en complain.
An Oregon inventor ha-
n ...I.IUIH 1lirti1.11 sit I it I ( 1 1 . ;
I an be pinned to any 1 ,, ,. IU
ii'a.e on a smoker's clothing
I An Excellent Rocriv
Iwiiri Datn
at rrcf PROOF
HOTEL'
gSUTTEa
S.IN
50
Club Roomi in Conne
Von Will f ind Vo.ir Friend Hre
- -.:;"r"Iti-.;.,;.--".
TONOPAH. NFv
.333
.. . ,
by the Bottle

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