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CARSON CITY OAILV APPEAL ' A few more weeks and the man who i Roosevelt haa another exclusive job persists in taking straw votes will be ' cinched, that of the only living ex- They are going to ask themselves and jacta other why W. J. Bryan has kept himself endeared to so many of his countrymen all these years; why he has gained in popularity and has been advanced by his constituents as their chaice for the greatest office of all. They will enquire why such a states man, orator and student is not ably fit to assume the duties of President and serve his- country as well as any man. They will remind themselves that those things most strongly ad vocated by the democratic leader have been taken up by Roosevelt, but that only a half-hearted effort has been ale to bring them, to issue. That in all probability the man whom the republicans have, so long nueled is the real one to whom they can look for persistent and consistent effort to bring about desired results. There are many things the repub lican party will have to answer for that the entire country will not soon forget. Relief from other quarters is necessary and every voter before he casts his ballot is going to ask him self. Why is Bryan; " . : ix, - Up-to-date work at the Appeal office o-o Subscribe for the Appeal. CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL .. CARSON CITY, NEVADA in our midst. '' o-o Carrie Nation announces that she will tear off the first eheath gown she-' sees a woman wearing. Wonder what' she would do to one she saw a man' wearing? - First time since the war a Spanish warship has visited Havana. Prob lem did Dewey and Schley overlook one? Published ovary even Ing, Sunday xcep'tu BBIll DM Dl KUIUA AUBIUV tCAN K. SMITH, EDITOR AND JAMES T. GREEN FFICE THE APPEAL BLDG., CO RNER OF MAIN ard 2d STREETS S ' ' Telephone Main 315 na year by mail 5300 l month by nail 4 00 hrta month by mail 200 cr week by carrier 25 (Entered at the Carton City Pottofflca at aecond class matter.) ARIFF REFORM AND ITS KIND The Philadelphia Record says all r Republican declarations on the r.; ;, from the moderate one of Mln Houi to to the groii absurdity of onnylvanla, show that the Dlngley riff will be revised only in the high otectlon sense. The Record goes i to say: "No enemy will be permitted to lay ofane hand on the sacred edifice, hat that means has been seen more ian once in the history of the party ' protection. That there may be no Intake as to its present purpose a solution Introduced by Sercno E. nyne provides that the Committee of 'aya and Mean, of which he it tl. lalrman, shall take up the subject irlnu the summer vacation of Con s' resg and use the materials collected y government anents and experts as J basis for future revision. With this impalgn maneuver the stand-patters ad the trusts are entirely satisfied, in at It foreshadows an interminable lay In making such tariff revision '.1.. o. .j,orva their nt(rfKtH. At ifie same time it ''stops the mouthH of ich republican friends of tariff re- rma as prefer party to the public elfare. Thus with the stand-patters jiul trusts in one ring and the tariff S formers in the other, the republican to accomplish the main end in the reservatlon of political-power." i o-o (Ramsey Recorder) ..ow that another Presidential cam itljm is on voters generally are giv ing more or less thought to the can- idates, the parties and the plat- krms. Opinions rrom ail quarters re being put forth and campaign tac- ica are being used in all their old ime variety. There seems little loubt that William J. Bryan will head lie ticket for the Democrats and a retty well-defined idea of the Demo rat lc platiorm' may be formulated. S Al Lacderich The Republicans seem to have taken thtse things for granted and already the same tactics are being used con cerning the Democratic candidate in particular and the party generally, that all the country has teen in the past. The . Republican campaigners will have to face a different lot of voters this fall than they have for a great many years.. And that includes the rank and file of their own party Need less to say there is a more independ ent army of voters in the country now than ever and furthermore most of them are of the "show me" kind. Previously they have listened to the talks that have been used to belittle V. J. Bryan. It has been a favorite weapon with the republicans. But the malignant lance has been dulled by all this usage, in season and cut, so that Mr. Republican voter himself is not going to be so readily persuaded that the democratic head of the ticket is all things he has been termed. Voters are going to ask themselves a few questions about William Jen nings Bryan this fall. They have watched Roosevelt piroutte in all di rections, forward and backward, and while these things were goiug on par ty organs have been applying the lash to the back of the great commoner, with the evident purpose of distract ing attention from their own irration al leader. In fact the very things that Bryan would be supposedly guil ty of in the presidential chair have been practiced by the present incum bent until the entire country has been wearied and is wau.ng for relief. Now they have seen the republican party nominate a man pledged soul and body to Roosevelt and any hoped for relief has been absolutely destroyed. The voters of the country have been fooled and fooled badly, and all kinds of Republican prosperity and ful-ldinner-pail talk will not cause them to take another morsel of it. Louis Bevier APPEAL PUBLISHING CO. Printers and Publishers All Classes of Stationery Neatly and Promptly Printed. New Type Faces and a Nice l.r. j of Up-to-date Stationery Just Received. 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RAYCRAFT, Cashier and Secretary Directors: Frank Golden, D. M. Ryan, Jas. G. Sweeney . W. J. Douglass, F. G. Newlands, L. L. Patrick, T. W. Kendall, B. F. Edwards, Robt. Stewart, N. McLean, J. J. McQuillan. CAPITAL $500,000 CAPITAL PAID UP $397,200 Interest Paid on Time Deposits at 3 1-2 Per Cent GEO. W. COWING, Asst. Cashier W. A .Shocklty, Asst.. Cashier, Tonopah R. B. Meder, Ass . Cashier, Manhattan W. T. Virg:n,AsSw Cashier, Goldfield F. J. Byington, Assv. Cashier, Reno G. A. McPhearson, Asst. Cashier, Wonder Carson Valley Bank V CARSON CITY, NEVADA. , : Capital Stock $25,000 Fully Paid Up 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i n 1 1 ii i :r;i 1 1 1 1 1 in :i i n 1 1 1 1 1 :i n a n, i j i j j i j 1 1 ( j j Exchange bought and sold on all parts of the United Statesand Europe. OJficers:....RICHARD KIRMAN, Pres. WALTER J. HA. .- - Pres., C. G. LeMASTERS, Cashier. Banking Hours:....9 to 12 a.m...1 to 3 p. m. i ' ! J 'l!