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CARSON DAILY APPEAL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1922
CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL Published Daily, Except Sunday, at Carson City, Nevada, and Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter at Carson City Postoffice L. J. BLAKE, Publisher Communications intended for publication must either be signed by the writer, or the writer's name must be filed in this office REWARD A reward of $10 will be paid for information leading to the. arrest and conviction of persons stealing the APPEAL from the premises of a subscriber. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One month by Carrier One month by Mil Advertising Rates On Application 41.00 AN ORDINANCE FIXING THE CLOSED SEASON ON VALLEY QUAIL AND ON GROUSE AND MOUNTAIN QUAIL WITHIN OMSBY COUNTY, NEVADA. NOTICE OF - ASSESSMENT TO THE HOLDERS OF COMMON STOCK OF THE POCAHONTAS COAL AND COKE COMPANY, INC.: Notice is hereby given that at a meet ing of the Board of Directors of the i Pocahontas Co&l and Coke Company, IT Inc., held on the 9th day of August,! T 1922, an assessment of $10.00 a share 1 -i-was levied upon the common capital ! stock of the corporation, payable iraitie ABOUT BLIND PIGS 1IK millinery establishment in San Francisco against which abatement proceedings were brought by the United States at torney last week had been open only a very short time and the des cent of the federal prohibition officers was both sudden and unex-1 grouse or mountain quail before pected. The raid has created quite a stir among the fashionable oases where one may get a drink without ado or identification. The wonder is not that such places exist, but that more of them 'o not get raided. The phrase "Let's go and get a drink," is still fa i iiliar. There are a thousand places in San Francisco where liquor may be obtained. The reason that more of them do not feel the strong arm of the government lies in the refusal of the ordinary eiti von to make complaints. It is only the rabid prohibitionist who will inform on the bootlegger. Even the police there wink at the soft 'rink proprietor who has a jolt of "Johnny Walker" for an old-time I atron. The chief sources of information available to the sleuths of Samuel Rtitter are the unthinking men on the streets and in cafes iind refreshment parlors themselves. The men are sent out on voyages of discovery ami they usually learn what they want to know from those who talk too much. Pursuant to the provisions of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Ne- ada, entitled "An Act to provide for the protection and preservation of fish and gair.e, providing for penalties for the volaticn thereof, and repealing all acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith." Appro. ed March 27, 1917 and as amend-"diately to the Secretary-Treasurer of! ed March 23, 1921, the Board of County 'thc corporation at its office at 101 Cali- I Comm s..ioners of Ormsby County, State j forma Street, City" and County of Sanjt of Nevada, do ordain as follows: (Francisco, State of California. Any . itLiit. ifif stock upon which this assessment shall J X .i u....n.u. -remain unpa;d on the 23d of September, an person or persons, nrm company, . be del;nquent and advCrtiSed corporation or assoc.ationtok.il. catch, jfor sak flt bUc trap, net, pound, weir, wound or pur- . , . t M1 . , ' . i nn vment ic mrm npfrr will iiA rklH rn sue with intent to catch, capture, injure ! the d q at the I or destroy, within the boundaries of j f , , , . y . .- , . - i hnquent assessment, together with. costs vallev quail hefore the first nay of Octo- .... . . , . ; . , c, , . . of advertising, and expenses, of sale. , - , , L,. Al. UVVr.i3, her ot each and every year. c-.. -r x ' 2. It shall he unlawful for anv i J . and Coke . Company, Inc. 101 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. Augl9-td. Sec. 2. It shall he unlawful for anv i person or persons, firm, company, cor- j porat.on or association to kill, catch, trap, net, pound, weir, wound or pur sue with intent to catch, capture, injure, or destroy, within the boundaries of Ormsby County, State of Nevada, any the first day of beptcmher and afier thr fiftcenth day of September of each and t verv vear. Sec. 3 Key Pittman United States Senator Democratic Nominee for Re-election to the UNITED STATES SD1ATE At the General Election on November 7, 1922 ATTRACTIVE ROOMS Bath on' ame floor. Gentlemen prefered. Far-1 rell's Roomir.g House. Curry st., near 1 VT Sr T. depot. m2ltf '. uroinances in connict with tne pro visions of this Ordinance are here' Any person or persons, firm, j repealed. company, corporation or association violating the prov'sions of this Ordi nance shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and upon conviction thereof hall be fined in any sum not less than $0 nc r more than f 5(X), or imprisoned in he County Jail of Ormsby County, for my term not exceeding six months, or ') both such fine and impr'sonment. Sec. 4. All Ordinances or parts of Passed .nd approved this 6th day of Scptem1er, 1922. Chairman of the Board of County ; Commissioners of Ormsby County, Ne- j X- vada. J Attest: Th's 6lh lav of September, , 4- 1922. ' J. V. LEGATE, County Clerk of said Ormsby Coun- j ty. S9-tf. COLE Democrat Fcr ANTI PROHIBITION FIGHTER COMES WEST . ;t ti f f'4 lit STATE CONTROLLER II. L. Livingston, representative of the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, is in the West for the purpose of or ganizing clubs to lend a baud in making things wetter. This associa tion was organized some time ago, but had not taken a palpable hand ill the matter of prohibition till lately. It is understood that when it ttok account of the Literary Digest's poll, which has been con strued as favorable to a more liberal policy than the rigid prohibition ( f everything, it was concluded that this is the psychological time to ret, and San Francisco being an undoubted wet city, it was the psy hological place to begin. Consequently we may expect to hear more along these lines a little liter; for it may be expected to follow that the drys will not sit f lpinely down and permit the wets to have things all their oivn way. As a matter of fact, the drys are considerable fighters, being some what iuured to combat by long years of attack on Demon Hum. and l eing by no means ready to recede from the vantage that has been gained. William IT. Slayton. national vice-president of the associa tion, is expected from the East shortly. The wets are preparing to i ive him a characteristic reception. J. G. SCRUGHAM DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Governor 4 t A. t A. HE STARTED A FAD JAX O'LEARV, "SI years young," who emerged at the Justin JlX ball park, Chicago, and walked a mile just to show how spry 1 e is, has announced that he will walk a mile at Cincinnati next Oc tober, at which time and place he declares that he will walk any man i ver fifty-five years of age for a wager of $100 to $1000. This is interesting, for O'Leary started the six-day walking craz i 1 San Francisco in that long by-gone time when Piatt's -Hall was fitted up with a track. It was the fashion to drop in there about, lunch lime and after business hours, to see how the various competitors wen; e miag on. One of the contestants was a negro named Hart, who achieved f25 miles in six days. Up to that time all the waiters in the Palace Hotel had been negroes. They bet all they could beg, borrow r.tke, and scrape, on Hart, and when he won their sudden accension of i iches made them so indifferent to their dutiesvthat they became im possible as servitors and were discharged en masse, and ever since then t '11s class of help at this well known tavern has been white. THAT MESSAGE TO GARCIA Ralph E. Leland DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR ASSEMBLYMAN Assemblyman 9 John J- Quill DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF t I G. F. TALBOT FOR JUSTICE I OF THE SUPBEI1E COURT (NON-PARTISAN) t Burd G-Lindsay DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Assessor OLONEL Rowan, who carried the Message to Garcia nearly a quarter of a century ago, performing an act of heroism the ac- c unt of which resounded, around the world, has but now receiver i rmal recognition of the same by a grateful country. Not. being f clamorous hero, attention was not attracted to him, and the public Ivcarae blissfully indifferent to his existence. Comparatively few 1 new that he had become a resident of California. There were many, without doubt, who may have heard of the incident, made famous by i.lbert Hubbard's skit, but who were so hazy as to the actor in it as t be unfamiliar with his name. It is saying much for the modesty of the hero that in all the years that have elapsed he has made no s gn that would call attention to himself ; but it is not saying so much lor a people so able and generally ready to reward patriotic action t'lat they delayed so long in a formal acknowledgment of this meri t trious act. If our navy is to be used to help enforce the Volstead act against s nuggling, we needn't look for any great reduction of naval arma ment. Brooklyn Eagle. The funny part of it is that a mere sucker can locate a swindler when the most skilled detectives are baSfled. Erie Times. 4444 f44444-44444H H. H. ATKINSON REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR I ATT 0RNEY -GENERAL t 4- V 44 44 44 mMMM MM MM 444 4 4 4 M444"M"M4-M44444-M4t4 ! ! Frank P. Langan Candidate for Re-election as 4- District Judge (Ormsby, Storey, and Douglas Counties) Of the First Judicial District 4444444444444444444444444444444444444444-' 4444-tM YOUR SUPPORT OF MY CANuiDACY FOR JUDGE OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT WILL BE APPRECIATED G. A. BALLARD ! Alex McCharles REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR ASSESSOR OF ORMSBY COUNTY MMMMM M-44 4444444 MMMM M444444- 4-M'M4M44444444444-444444MMM Matt Farrell Democrat For MMMMMMMMMM444M44MMMMMMMMMM t COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Short Term) 1 4444f 44 4 444444 44444-44 MMMMM44 4 44-M 1 4 M M M Latest News In Appeal !