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CARSON DAILY, APPEAL
THE DAILY APPEAL CARSON CITY, NEVAOA. Published every eveni ug, Eunuay excepted SAM P. DAVIS Editor and Publisher OFFICE THE APPEAL bLDG, CORNER OF MAIN AND 2d STREETS TELEPHONE Main 315 Cre year by mail - f8 00 S x months by mail ' Three months by mail i 00 Per week by carrier 25 (Entered at the Carson Post. Office as second class matter) What's toe Use wearing clothes that make you look deformed when you can get the perfect for he same money UNION !LABEL BANKERS AND PRINTERS The Columbus Penitentiary News, for many years a famous and Coarioli i . laily paper published by eonvk'ts In: s suspended publication, for the v ry good reason that there is not left in that big penal institution a single man who can handle type. Bankers are there in plenty. More than twenty, arid more are on the way Several convict banks might be operated with men to spare. Enough lawyers are there to take care of an enormous anion at of le.al business. Doctors, brokers and oiher '"emin ently respectable citizens" vc not lacking. Business men; farmers. rarrK. - :; and representatives of almost every other department of industrial activ ity are common there. But there is not one printer. The fact throws new light on a character that has long been com monly misjudged. he printer does not pi his spirit ual and moral form. The printer today is home-owner. He is of fixed employment and he has no time for late suppers and fast rides in the benzine buggy. He is and always was far above the aver-" age man in information and intelli gence. All the notable events of human life pass through his hands and make impress on his brain. The fact that more than twenty been prepared ";r presentation Vi'. the general meeting of the associa-j tion is one .by the committee on; "standard rail and wheel sections.'" This report will recommend that a committee be appointed to take up the question of better steel rails with the American manufacturers in : an effort io improve the quality of material. j j i.u tlK- fact stares one in the face that the insatiate greed of the ; steel trust is directly responsible for ; a large percentage or the wrecks on ; the railroads of America today and ' the attendant loss of human life. o-o This is not HARK O.nAnnli FRONT.SHOULDER 5LElYEHEAD V t I"-' V J 1 lA.y- .1.1 , .j..-. r.j; .''.. ;i The Nye and Ormsby County Bank A CARSON CITY, NEVADA CAPITAL $200,000 Frank Golden, President D. M. Ryan, Vice-President A. G. Raycraft, Cashier and Secretary Directors: FRANK GOLDEN, D. M. RYAN, JAS. a 8WEEN-Y, JOHN McKANE, ALONZO TRIPP, L. L. PATRICK M. SCH EE LINE, T. W. KENDAL, M. MacOONALO, N. MulEAN( r-waiTa AT S 1-2 PER CENT. . j. INTEREST PAID ON TIMS Geo. W. Cowing, Asst. Cashier Carson Citv Nevada A. F. Titus, Asst. Cashier. Tonopah Jas. Deegan, Asst. Cashier, Goldfield ii i?. M. Jr Hill, Asst. Cashier, Manhattan New York Life Insurance Company New York City, New York. Capital Mutual Assets $474,567,672 94 Inabilities, exclusive of capi ta and net surplus 452,750,116 34- j , Income. Premiums 82,368,736 SO Other sources 18,533,441 91 Total income, 1906 ... 10O,O02",178 71 Expenditures. Paid policy holders .. 44.071 ,418 39 Other expenditures ... 14,538,784 14 Total expenditures. i 1906 , 59,330,202 53 , Business, 1906. Risks written 172,709,090 00 Nevada Business. ' Number of risks written 258 j Amount of risks written. 698,923 00 ! Premiums received 149,801 12 i COPYRIGHTED MARK G. HARRIS The Mark G. Harris Front, Shoulder and Sleeve Head GIVE YOU THE APPEARANCE OF A PERFECT MAN. These beautiful features can only be found in the garments made to-order by MARK G. HARRIS & CO., the Celebrated GOLD MEDAL TAILORS of Chicago, as they have the exclusive right to them. JOHN CONNOLLY, Agent, Opp. Arlington Hotel Carson City, Nev. . " i bankers are m the Ohio "penitentiary -'os,a '-o , . and not one printer, tells of the rel- Loses incurred 49.6.,8 14 , ... . , . - .....'Number of nolicies in force ! ative nonesiv oi tne printer ui touav ; , , ... ' . 4l .. December 31, 1906 HUH H'll nil iiitrit: cii printers in the land to one banker. It shows us that the most common; and most dangerous crime of today are not being committed by the world's workers. Elbert Hubbard. GREED OF THE STEEL TRUST Bad steel rails are causing manv of 1482 j Amount of said policies 3.S54.205 00 j JOHN MeCALL, Secretary. 1 Sacramento Saloon ANDY TODD, Prop. rne beat of liquid refreshments always on tap, Including Imported and domestic goods. f he State Bank & Trust Co Carson City, Nevada Capital Fu!iy Paid Up S200.000 Branches ai Tonopah, Goldfield and Manhattan. Nevada. Di RECTOR j: . .T. B. ilCKEV GEO. H. MEYERS, P. H. PETERSEN, A, LIVINGSTON, C. L. LEE, J. ;J. - OODBLRY, G W. M APES, C. T. BEN DER, W BROUGHER. T. B. Rickey, President; Geo. 11. Mey ere, vice President; J. P. Woodbury d Vice Presiilnt; Jas. T. Davl"; Cashier; E. D. Vanderlieth, Ass t, Cashier; E. ii. Cushmar, Asst. Cashier, Tonara J. . Lindsay, Asst. Cushier, Ocidi.eU; C. H. Wise. ..sst Cashier, flanhattan j The Bank wi!! receive deposits, buy and sell Foreign and Domestic Ex j change, give prompt attention to Co lec'.ions; buy and oell Minipg StCik and do a GEfERL BANKING BUSINESS. A SAFE DEPOalT DEPARTMENT With over o.ie hundred 5a!e Denosit Boxes has Deea placed in the Bank. These boxes ai-3 rented at from $2.50 to 5G.00 per year according to size. Bank Money Orders sold on all principal places in te United Stateg a: no greater cost th?n Postal Money Orders. 'I G.kjC Cigars a;e pan o our stoc' ANHEUSER RUSCH BE ICR ON TAP CONTRACTORS ATTENTION Bids wil be received in the City Clerk's office until 12 o'clock M. May J mh. 1907, for hauling rock and dis tributing on Carson Street according I the disastrous wrecks on the Ameri- to specifications in the Clerk's office, can railways, acordhig to a statement jn the County Building. The Board made by some of the most prominent c,f city Trustees reserve the right to operating officials in- the United ; reject any and all bids. Htadquarten for Tourist and Crmmrca Tra-.clcr By Order, The T5oard of City Trustees. E. O. PATTERSON, Cleik. Stales, who are in Chicago attending i the spring meeting of the American1 Railway Association. Aided by chem- j ical experts and metallurgists a com mittee composed of operating officials . have been making an investigation DON'T WANT ANOTHER LICKING of this matter and have come to the Tex Rickard has offered forty thous conclusion that an extremely dm- , and dollars to induce Battling Nelson gerous percentage of the steel rails to get into the ring with Joe Oans. manufactured today have the latent He couldn't get Nelson into a ring Haw which causes them to snap and with Cans if he offered him the en break under tiie impact of a t'a.st tire purse. He got a fine good trash train, ing the last time he met the darky Among the reports which have and he has no stomach for another. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. ARLINGTON HOUSE, STOUT & McMILLAN, Props Only Modem Hotel in Carson ONE BLOCK FROM RAILWAY DEPOT . EJ T.v- r- . T-n u.t i i t v .1 i u i i 1'.-v--n. - i --r "k V P B kitchen. It's no mvmi m (HON This is the stove you should have in your new. It's up-to-date. It's different from other oil stoves. It will give you best and quickest results on baking-day and other days. The flame of the mil IL Wick Blue Flame il Cook-Stove is always under immediate control. If you use a New Perfection your kitchen will be cooler this summer than ever before. Every stove warranted. Made in three sizes. If not at your dealer's, write to our near est agency for descriptive circular. r I F. J. i I L Steinmetz, CARSON CITY Ni ADA. Stationary, Kodaks and Photographic Soppfe Store cp. FcsUfficc . - Phone fto. ill Heat flarket Specials New Eastern Silver thread sour kraut and genuine Dill Pickles at the Nevada Meat Company. Nothing but U. S Inspected Meats handl d. Every carcass stairped. We dot raise hogs at the slaughter house en offal and refuse and sell t to you to eat. NEVADA MEAT COMPANY, Formerly Eagle Market. Scott Building :::::: Telephone 614. fmi iMiiiiiirniTr-nn n iiirr if in if iin mwwmni n . n.,. . ,,, ., ,., LEGISLATRE VERY Teams, Sleighs and Rigs of all descriptions. PRICES ALWAYS RHASOXABLK BENTON'S STABLES. PROFESSIONAL. Tj DR. A. HUFFAKER Physician and Surgeon ! Carson City. Phone 571. RAILROAD DR. E. T. Carson City, KREB3 Nevada. Lamp The fr&TSf&h T . .is the best lamp 'for all-round household use. Made of brass throughout arui beautifully nickeled. Perfectly constructed ; absolute ly safe ; unexcelled in light-giving power; an ornament to any room. Every lamp warranted. If not at your dealer's, write to our nearest agency. STANDARD COIWPANY The Stone Market. T II o Dealer in Prime Beef, Pork. Veal, Lamb nci ish in Season Phone 504 T. R. HOFER, I Agent for Fire, Life and Accicerrt j Policies, Office New Bak Building t Carson City, Nevada. OSCAR J. SMITH Attorney-at-Law, Room 3, Smith Build !..ing, Reno, Nev., P. O. Box 597. j . I JAMES O. SWEENEY, Time Table Lccai or Pacific Time iraiiid lea vp Tr ast aiici wf.Kt via. hi. Fur 1U' in pomu lluzoa a. m P- ia. Wfield a 20 a. n,, 4 20 p. s 2u i or ail points mp an iju wesr vi w jia 5 i0 p. m. por m-, 5 20 Ho n iiaeu 0 60 a. m. -uuijuu o 00 a. m.. fi r.n 1 J J west via m. From .norney-ac-Law. Attorney Qeneraib Ofllt.-e. Capitol Buiiding, C-araou City, Ivovada DR. W. H. CAVELL, D. D. S. The Bank E'aioon MEYER & SANGER, Proprietors Snutl; Garsnn cft earsnn, jCcva3a3 The best appointed Private Card Rooms. Finest Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Carson City, Nevada. Office State Bank & Trust Co. Over DR. W. W. GOODE, D. D. S. NEW BANK BUILDING Carson City, Nev. Hours 8-121-5 Phone 93 0-0 WANTED AGENTS Canvassers, mixers, ped dlers, solicitor? order people, people, -etc., shoiu. "'GAMER'S BOOK OF TRADE SECRh Regular price $5.00, but bal. of last edition for P. m. iJujms east and "azen. 9 a. m., 7 55 p -Trains arrive at GoldfUd as fol lows: From all points east and west ya Ha,en; l0 , a. m., , 2j ITati T x 1 - , . - .11 xujmpan, V) 20 a. m 9p 1 v V p. m. 9 20 p. m.' "Trains leave Tonop.h f r Kniers M,S: 1 6 50 Leave .o lunopan 8 27 P- m. 7 19 p. m a- m., l 35 0-0 P- HEDDEX, DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED By receiving some inferior grade of we or liquor from some ei5n oiesaie1:: tablishment of A. Li vmgston and he win provide you wiri ih w u.. the market affords at the ,7" T Vl inspect the goods and al , ' most res able rates. Then tnn . inspect the goods an m. ,J mt T j - 'vj 1 trci vG XhO $1.25 as long a3 they last Guaran- Persoal guarantee oi a man known teed. Order quick. Sioux Pub. Co., to everyone. Fixtures and glasswire Sutherland, Iowa. n221mo kept ,n all tin time.