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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1920
The Carson City Daily Appeal PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE NEVADA PRINTING COMPANY T. D. VAN DEVORT Editor and Manager A LADYLIKE DESCENT Entered as Matter of the Second Class at the Postoffice at Carson City, Nevada, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 One year by Carrier One year by Mail TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION $12.00 9.00 Carson City Daily Appeal is the real live advertising medium of this section as evidenced by its carrying a larger amount of advertising than any paper . the city. LIFE'S MIRROR "Frances," said the little girl's mother, who was entertaining callers, "you came downstairs so noisily that you could be heard all over the house. Now go" back and come downstairs like a lady!" After a few moments Frances re-entered the room. "Did you hear-me come downstairs this time, mother?" she asked, accord ing the Philadelphia Bulletin. "No, dear; I am glad you came down quietly. Tell these ladies how you managed to come down like a lady the second time, when the first time you made such a noise." "The second time I slid down the bannisters," explained Frances. Oft CHEERING INFORMATION Life is but a mirror That reflects the soul within. It hangs upon the wall of time, And is dim with endless sin. Visions that flit through memories hall Are ghosts of the dieing past. And only hope of future dreams Will brighten the tarnished glals. Hope guides us with an unseen light As the mirror gently swings. Selected. Patient "Doctor, are you sure you have diagnosed correctly? One has heard of cases where the physician has treated for pneu monia and the patient died of typhoid." Doc "Rest assured. "When 1 treat a patient for pneumonia he dies of pneumonia." Kansas City Star. Reno, New, will have the unique distinction of being the only Ltfity to gain by the new census, through desertion, eruel and abusive treatment and other domestic ills. Washington Herald. WATER POWER SURPRISE After it has been reported that President Wilson failed to sign the water power bill recently passed by congress, after 10 years delay over the matter, it now comes as a welcome surprise to the west to read that preilrnl signed the measure before June 11, but, for some unknown reason the public, was not advised. This action will open the way for great development in the west. It will open the way for electrification of railroads, irrigation projects, pulp and paper mills, etc. This bill will unlock great natural resources which for years have ben withheld from public use tlirough lack of workable legislation. The west has won one victory in its light for industrial development. no A GROWING INDUSTRY Edward T.Patrick LAWYER Rooms 3 4 Carson Valley Bank Building CARSON CITY, NEVADA All classes of business CERTIFICATE Of State and District Offices and County and Township Offices for Which Candidates Are to Be Nom nated a tthe Primary Election to Be Held on the 7th Day of September A. D., 1920. WARREN E..BALDY Attorney at JUaw Office: Carson Valley Bank B'ld'g CARSON CITY NEVADA A now million dollar candy company has been organized in one of our large western cities. A factory will be built and the most improved machinery installed. This will mean another large pay roll and many people employed. Not so many years ago the manufacture of candy was a minor industry carried on in a back room somewhere. Today it is one of the most rapidly growing industries in the country and from a so-called luxury it has developed into a necessary article of diet. There is hardly a grocery store worth the name that does not carry a high gral. stock of candies not merely the old bucket of gum drops and candy beans but a varied assortment of the finest con fections. The increase in candy consumption from the standpoint of rapid growth is following in the footsteps of the automobile and moving picture industry. no NON-PARTISANS AND REVOLUTION Hotel Sutter SAN FRANCISCO is patronized by the discriminating Management Georjte barren Hooper Popular Prices and Service Are the Demands of the Day THAT'S WHY Rufus Woods in Wenatchce World. It seems that things have come to a pretty bad pass when folks in our own community have to listen to open statements from men that are "ready and in favor of a revolution." "When an executive secretary of a big organization like the Non See Bath For the movTng of furniture, house hold ooris, trunks, machinery, etc Partisan leasue signs himself, "Yours for the revolution," it is bad j Phone 941. j6-tf enough. Hut when speakers over the country blatantly support that stand, it is a whole lot worse. It is bad enough when several radical labor leaders go into the office of thp mnyor of (Seattle and openly threaten to take charge of the government of the city. Hut it is worse w-Wn a Unily paper and thousands over the state support that attitude. This country is still a republic and as such its government is subservient to the will of the majority. Hut when the head of a national labor organization eom.es out openly and threatens to do things by force, it is time for a show down. When a governor of a state in this union, elected by the majority of the suffrages of the people, openly talks revolution as the non partisan governor of the state of North Dakota is reported to have done, it is high time for folks who have been sitting in their com fortable arm chairs and reading their books to begin to realize their danger! HOPES TO ENJOY IT They say that the first time Calvin Coolidge visited Washington (and it was not so many years ago) genial Representative Winslow, of Massachusetts, took him in tow and piloted him about the capitol. Standing on the west portico "Sunny Sam" expatiated on the glor ies of the prospect, the splendors of the Washington and Lincoln monuments, the twilight mysteries of the distant Virginia hills and the general beauty of the panoramic effect. "Don't you think that is the finet sight you ever saw?" he said to the Massachusetts' Solon. "Mebbe," said the thrifty Yankee. It is reported that later in the day he became loquacious, for him, and said to an intimate friend, "I have always thought the view from the state house steps on Beacon hill was the finest view there is." TOPICS IN BRIEF They take the world as The profiteers are an optimistic lot. they find it. Sioux City Journal. College graduates going out to save the world might begin by hiring out on the farms. Boston Transcript. While flat feet bat no man from the presidency, a flat-footed attitude is sometimes a drawback. Toledo Blade. Bolshevism will face its real test when Britain resumes trade relations with Russia. Toronto Mail and Empire A buffer state is a state that is used as a shooting range by all the other countries in the vicinity. Detroit Free Press. Governor James M. Cox began as a printer's devil. That ex penence should qualify him to distribute the "pi." Columbia Record. Before a rich man casts bread on the political waters, he should know whether the tide is coming in or going out. New York World. A cable dispatch says the ex-kaiser was made ill by moving to Doorn, but what effect it had on Doom was not mentioned. New Orleans States. Foreign dispatches indicate that China and Russia are likely to form an alliance. Laundrymen could do a lot of good to Russia. Ilarrisburg Patriot. Perhaps we will get the treaty signed by the time the territory and trade of the world are divided up and nailed down. Greenville (S. C.) Piedmont. T4TP OP VTTVATVV Practice in all courts county of ormsby. Pursuant to Section 4, Chapter 155, Paragraph 2 of the act entitled: "An act regulating the nomination of candi dates for public office in the State o: Nevada," approved March 22, 1917, re quiring the county clerk to publish J list of state, district, county and town ship offices for which candidates are t be nominated at the primary election to be held on the 7th day of September, A 1)., 1920, I Daniel E. Morton, the duly elected, qualified and acting countv clerk of the county of Ormsbv, state of Nevada, do hereby certify that the fol lowing is a full, true and correct list of state, district, countv and township of fices applicable to this county as certi fied to this office by the secretary of state of the state of Nevada : State and District Offices Three Presidential Electors. One United States Senator. One Representative in Congress. One Justice of Supreme Court. One Regent of State University; long term (ten years). One Regent of State University ; short term (two years). County and Township Officers One State Senator. One Member of the Assembly. One Sheriff. One Assessor. One Clerk. One Recorder. One District Attorney. One County Commissioner; long term. One County Commissioner. Short term. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at mv office in Carson City, Nevada, this 28th dav of lune. 1920. DANIEL E. MORTON, Clerk. J. W. LEGATE. Deputy. Date of first publication, June 29, 1920. A. G. Meyers ..Carson City, Nevada.. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Su pervising Architect's Office, Washing ton, D. C, June 14, 1920, Sealed Pro posals will be opened in this office at 3 p. m., July 12, 1920, for new toilet rooms in the United Mates lost Urtice and Court House at Carson City, Ne vada, in accordance with specifications and drawings, copies of which may be had at this office or at the office of the Custodian, Carson City. Nevada, in the discretion of the Supervising Architect. J as. A. Wetmore, Acting Supervising Architect. jl9-6t-eod drTc. r. von KADESKY Physician and Surgeon Office: East Second St.. near Carson St. Office Hours: 1 to 3; 7 to 8 CARSON CITY NEVADA The APPEAL Reaches Those Who Buy CpRINTER'S INK widens the world of every business If a business i managed well, Publicity is the next great factor in its success MORAL: Advertise and Then Adver tise Again. 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