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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1922
A PASSING REVIEW
To all appearances Reno is going to
the great battle ground for the Republi
can state and federal candidates .in the
coming primary election fight. In the
last three or four days preceding the
prmary election they will all be in the
riverside city, it has been announced,
but even right now many of them are
on hand to remain until the poles cl. se. 1 oftice prior to the time limit set for
filing and that the people of that county
would have the opportunity of filling
the office at election.
"The fact that Miller did not res;gn
has brought about a pretty situation.
J. H. Miller, seeking the Republican
gubernatorial nomination has assumed
regarding the oftice he holds at this
time.
"Mr Miller is the holdover senator
from Mineral, his term not expiring
for two years. It was thought by a
great many that he would resign this
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Modern house of 5 rooms with bath,
cement cellar, laundry with stationary
tubs, steel garage with cement floor,
cement sidewalks and curbing. Inquire
of John Rubke, at Rubke's Feed and
Coal Yard. Adv.
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Nevada 1922 auto license plates No
80-944 between Carson and Reno. No
tify Dewey-McCollum, Gardnerville,
Nev. Advt.
Those prominent on the streets and in
the hotel lobbies these days are John
Miller, Charlie Chandler, Grant Miller,
former State Senator Griffith, Pete
Buol, Harry Atkinson, Alex Tannahill,
and A. L. Ilaight.
Sam Piatt left during the middle of
the week for a hurricane tour of the
state. He will visit only the large
towns, however, and endeavor to re
arrange the fences which he construct
ed in his two previous senatorial cam
paigns. He is confident, though he
came in at a late day, that he will cap
ture the Republican senatorial nomina
tion and there arc many well up in paity
affairs who incline to the same belief.
Buol's supporters still insist though
that their man has the inside and they
give good reasons for holding such an
opinion. Arcntz seems to be the puzzle
in the controversy, and what kind of
a vote he is going to poll worries many
of the politicians. He is strong in a
number of the Reno precincts and also
in many of the outlying sections, but
what all this amounts to in the aggre
gate is hard to figure out.
"Jimmy" Boyd left Wednesday night
for Elko and other towns tn the eastern
part of the state. Before returning to
western. Nevada he will make a trip
down through Lincoln and Clark coun
ties and thence to Goldfield and To- them of the opportunity to elect a sena-
nopah. Tuesday night he was at Fal-'tor from their county.
Ion and spoke from the same platform .Another feature u the proposition is
with his opponent. Colonel Scrugham. 'the claim that the new amendment will
The latter addressed the Lion's club at not be effective th!s year and if Miller
a luncheon given in Reno Thursday and lis elected. Mineral countv will be
went into detail relative to the state's I forced to hlj a special election to fill
water situation. his place in the senate.
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l ne constitutional amendment is as
follows:
In case of the death or resignation
of any member of the legislature,
either senator or assemblyman, the
cYiunty commissioners of the coun
ty from which such member was
elected shall appoint a person of
the same political party as the
party which elected such senator or
assemblyman to filf such vacancy;
provided, that this section shall ap
ply only in cases where no general
election takes place between the time
of such death or resignation and
the next succeeding session of the
legislature.
FURNITURE MOVED For the
moving of furniture, house-hold
goods, trunks, machinery, etc., phone
'to 1614. j28-tf.
ATTRACTIVE ROOMS Bath on
same floor. Gentlemen prefered, Far-
Many claim that the reason for not re-lrell's Rooming House, Curry St., near
signing is the fact that Miller and his I V. & T. depot m21tf.
advisers do not consider the chances
of electing a Republican governor to I
be any too good, and they advised him
to hold the place in the senate and
keep the vote in the Republican party.
Others who have taken note of the situa
tion declare that the fact that Miller
has not resigned is part of a plan to
deprive the people of Mineral county of
the opportunity of electing a senator
in the event that Miller should secure
the election to the governorship. They
point to the fact that the constitutional
amendment permitting county commis
sioners to fill vacancies in the legisla
tive offices will this year be voted up
on by the peojtle. As soon as the vote
is ratified bv the supreme court the
law becomes in full force and effect.
"The question was smouldering prior
to August 5, but since that time it has
gained greater momentum and promises
to develop into a real sized flame be
fore many weeks have passed. It has
particularly aroused many Republicans
as thev profess to sec chances of Mil
ler winning the governorship and claim
that it is a political scheme to deprive
...W. N. EVANS...
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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Modem Paraphanalia
Lady Attendant
EFFICIENCY MT MOTTO
Parlors, 502 S. Carson St, Phone 44
Fire Imsuirance
James M. Leonard, Agent
Carson, Nevada
Cat son Valley Bank Bldg,
Phone 5-6-1
PROFESSIONAL CAR U
The three busiest Democratic can
didates in the state today are Archie
Cross, Senator Huskey, and Charles
Richards, all seeking the congress
sional nomination. The former is in
the southern section, and the two latter
are working the middle and eastern
counties of the state. It is going to
be a battle-royal between these three,
with the chances apparently even.
The prelude to the big entertainment
planned for November is about com
pleted and the curtain will be brought
down in ten more days to permit those
who have not been given the hook to
prepare for the headliner.
A glance at the primary ballots shows
that Republican voters of Ormsby coun
ty will be permitted to vote on nine
contests, while the Democrats will par'
......
ticipate in only six.
The contests in the primaries are as
follows:
Republicans
United States Senator Lydia Adams
Williams, Samuel S. Arcntz, Peter
Buol, Charles S. Chandler, Samuel
Piatt.
Representative in Congress A. Grant
Miller, C. H. Moore.
Governor James Gault, John H. Miller.
Lieutenant-Governor E. W. Griffith,
A. L. Haight.
Secretary of State W. B. Alexander,
Alex L. Tannahill.
Attorney-General Harry H. Atkin
son, B. F. Curler.
Justice Supreme Court George F.
Talbot, J. A. Sanders, Sardis Summer
field. Judge First Judicial District G. A.
Ballard, L. B. Fowler, F. P. Langan.
Regent, University of Nevada W. T.
McNeil, Frederic J. Siebert, Frank Williams.
Democrats
Representative in Congress Archie
L. Cross, H. W. Huskey, Charles L.
Richards.
Governor James T. Boyd, James G.
Scrugham. . -
Sheriff W. Metscher, John J. Quill,
William E. Wallace.
Justice Supreme Court George F.?
Talbot, J. A. Sanders, Sardis Summer
field. Judge First Judicial District G. A.
Ballard, L. B. Fowler, F. P. Langan.
Regent, University of Nevada W. T.
McNeil, Frederic J. Siebert, Frank Williams.
That John IL Miller has in mind the
possibility that he will not be the next
governor of Nevada and that he will
want to retain his seat in the state
senate is evident from the fact that he
has not resigned the senatorship.
Let the Sparks Tribune tell the story :
"Some discussion has started down I
in Mineral county and is spreading over j
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But we also have an
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and Real Estate
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WARREN E. BALDY
Attorney-at-Law
Office
Carson Vallley Bank Building
Carson City, Nevada
John M. Chartz Alfred Chartz
CHARTZ & CHARTZ
Attorneys-at-Law
Practice in all State and Federal
Courts. Office: Corner west of
Carson Valley Bank Building
Carson City, Nevada
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MISS HARRINGTON LEAVES
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is seven and one-half. Senator Oddie
furnished the Nevada Rodeo Associa
tion with this information when thev
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Reno, Nevada delegate, will present toH. B. Karge
him on Monday, says the Gazette.
Miss Harrington made a charming
picture as she stood on the observation
car of No. 2 and waved good-bye to
the delegation that had come to wish
her God-speed on her trip to Washing
ton, D.C, where she will invite Presi
dent Harding to attend the Nevada
Round-Up. Dressed in a blue suit and
grey hat, she carried a bouquet of red
roses given her by the rodeo associa
tion. Upon her arrival in the capital on
Monday she will be met by Senator and
Mrs. Oddie at whose home she will be
a guest for the rest of the week, be
fore her return to Nevada.
P. H. Heiden
PHONE 1223
Representing
Willard Storage
Batteries
503 East Telegraph Street
Office 4 Hours : From 6 to 8 p.m
Lady Attendant
When the youngsters
find a novel way of keep
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to film the fun with a
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See them here.
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Carson
Carson City
Valley
Bank
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CAPITAL, FULLY PAID
$50,000.00
OFFICERS
George Wingfield, Pres.
L. W. Snowies, Vice-Pres
H. C. Clapp, Cashier
G. B. Spradling, Ast Cakr.
DIBICIOSI
Geo. Wingfield
L. W. Knowles
H. C. Clapp
Chaa. J. Ruliaoa
This bank vCl receive deposit, boy or sell foreign drafts, make
loans and do a general banking business. Interest at the rate of
4 per cent per annum will be paid on time Certificates of Deposits
and Savings Accounts. United Stales Depository for Postal
Saving Fonda.
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CAESON CITY, NEVADA
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VAN HEUSEN The World's Smartest Collars 50c EACH
FINE PURE SILK SHIRTS Very best of Materials used in
these articles. Priced at$6.00 EACH.
GENUINE VELOUR HATS Very Swell. Priced at ?6.00
MOORE'S PATENT BLUE CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS
Just the thing for every day. Good service. $1.00 EACH
THE EMPORIUM
Carson City, Nevada
A. COHN, President
Virginia & Truckee Railway
LOST
Buhch of keys on ring between Min-
den and Reno. Thought to have
dropped on Carson street, this cty.
Finder will reeturn to Appeal office.
Advt.
General Offices. Carson City, Nevada
H. COFFIN, General Manager
C. BIGELOW, H. L, GRIFFITHS,
General Passenger Agent General Freight Agent
No. 6
Mot'r
Wood, Cod &
Feed Yard
When you want Coal that
burns and leaves no clinkers
Phone 1-5-1-1
We will supply your wants
JOHN RUBKE!
CARSON, NEVADA
p. m.
4.30
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Connectine at Reno and Mound House with Southern Pacific Co., at Car
ton Citv dailv exceot Sundav Mav 1st to lune 15th and September 1st to Octo
ber 31st. Daily June 15th to September 1st with auto stage for Glenbrook,
Lakeside Park, Bijou and Al Tahoe; at Minden with daily auto stage foi
Woodfords and Markleeville; daily except Sunday with auto stages for Genoa,
Walley Springs, Coleville, Topaz, Wellington, Sweetwater and Bridgeport.
Passeneers for Masonic leave Minden Tuesdays and Thursdays, remain at
Bridgeport over night, arriving at Masonic on Wednesdays and rndaya.
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WALSH'S
for Hardware, Tools, Crockery,
Glassware, Groceries, Cured
Meats, Canned Fruits and Fish,
Cereals Everything good to eat
Everything to cook with
Everything to work with
Efficient Service By Mail
E. J. Walsh
Groceries, Hardware, Stoves
Cooking Utensila, Etc
Carson City, Nevada
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