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Is to put your pay check in h reliable banking institution ana use your cheek book for pay ment of hills. Your check is your receipt for money expend ed and there is no danger of theft or loss. We aim to .give our clients the benefit of our banking knowledge at all times, and they are assured of courteous treatment and careful attention to their affairs. Call and consult us in regard to opening an account. Copper National Bank East Ely, Nevada One Man’s Experience One day a man came to thi bank and told us confidentially that lie had a chance to buy some shares of stock in a manufacturing con cern near Chicago and that tt looked good to 1dm. Put he wanted our advice. Of course we urged a careful investigation so we wrote a letter to the First National Bank in the town where the factory was located, asking for the Information needed. Tlie bank wrote us to let tho slock of this company alone because Its affairs had been reriotirly mismanaged and that failure was almost certain before many weeks A ftw weeks later they went broke. So our patron did not to* ins money 'V'e often help some patron with problem* tike this l>o yon consult your banker in such cases ’ The First National Bank ELY, NEVADA Mi mix r Federal Ueserve System Bring Your Livestock Checks Here Win n you receive the proceed* of livestock sales, you will find the services of this hank very useful. A check ing nccount I" so convenient, a Certificate of Deposit so de sirable that w< could not possibly explain all their benefits to you now Come In and let us talk on r ways In which we cun b helpful to you Then we v III decide which department of our bank ran best servo your financial requirements. ELY NATIONAL BANK PACIFIC TIME NEVADA NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Time Card Effective SeDtember 7. 1020. BETWEEN ELY AND COBRh Main Linn Trains—Dally Leave Kl> . — 6:13 pm I/eavc Ka»t Kly .... -- 6:20 pm 1/eave McGill ..- 6:53 pm Arrive Shatter _10:40 pm Arrive Cobre .. 11:15 put I*eave Cobrt* _ -.3:00 am Leave Shatter_4:00 am Arrive McGill _7:35 am Arrive East Ely_8:20 am Arrive Ely _ -.8:25 am Suburban Trains—Daily BETWEEN ELY AND EAST ELY Lea\e Uave Leave Arrive Murry Ely Central East Street Depot Ely Ely C.OOaiu 6 03am 6.06am G.lOair. ROO •' 8.03 '• 8.06 " 8.10 “ 8.10 “ 8.13 “ 8.16 " 8.20 " 2 00pm 2.03pm 2.06pm 2.10pm 4.80 “ 4.33 " 4.36 " 4.38 " 5.25 “ 5.28 “ 5.31 " 5.35 “ *6 15 " 6.18 ’• 6.20 " 6.15 " 7.00 “ 7.03 “ 7.06 “ 7.10 " 9 10 " 9.13 “ 9.16 “ 9.20 ” 10,00 " 10.03 10.05 " 10.08 “ 12.01am 12.04am 1207am 12.10am Leave I^eave Leave Arrive Hast Central Ely Murry Ely Ely Depot Street 5.50am 5.53am 5.55am 5.58am 6.35 " 6.38 ** 6.40 " 6.45 “ 7.50 " 7.53 7.55 " 7.58 “ 1.50pm 1.53pm 1.65pm 1.58pm 3.10 •' 3.13 " 3.15 3.20 " 4.20 “ 4.28 “ 4.25 ** 4.28 “ 1*5.55 " 5.58 “ 6.00 “ 6.03 " 6.50 " 6.53 " 6.55 “ 6.58 “ 8.20 " 8.23 “ 8.25 “ 8.28 “ 9.50 '* 9.63 " 8.55 " 9.58 " 11.50 ” 11.53 *' 11.55 “ 11.58 “ BETWEEN ELY AND McGILL Leave Leave Leave Leave Arrive Murry St. Ely Depot Central Ely Kaat Ely McGill 6.00 am 6.03 am 6.06 am 6.10 am 6.45 am 2.00 pm 2.03 pm 2.06 pm 2.10 pm 2.4G pm •L30 pn. 4.33 pm 4.36pm 4.40 pm 6.t5 pm 10.00 pm 10.03 pm 10.05p« 10.06 pan 10.45 pm Leave I^ave Leave Leave Arrive McGill Kaat Ely Central Ely Ely Depot Marry Bt. 7.16 am 7.GO am 7.53 am 7.66 am 7.68 am 3.45 pm 4.80 pm 4.88 pm 4M pm < *• P«n *5.28 pm G.65pm 6.58 pm 6.00 pm 6.08 pm 1115 pm 11.60 pm 11.53 pm 11.65 pm 11.58 pm BETWEEN EAST ELY AND MINB8 Leave I^ave Arrive Leave Leave Arrive Beat Ely Central Ely Ely Dept Murry St. Ruth K-ll?£l.,y 6 35 am 6.38 am 6.40 am 6.45am 7.16am 7.26am 3.10*‘ 3.13 •' 3.15 " 3.20pm 4.00pm 4.20pm t mu I>eave Leave Leave Leave Arrive Kimberly Ruth Murry St. Ely Depot Central Ely Eaat Ely 7 30am 7.42am K.lOaan 8.13am ® 4.40pm 4.62pm 5.25pm 5.28pra 5.31pm 5.35pm •Daily Except Sunday. _ _J MOTT PIM OF GOIMTT inUCMS The republican county platform as adopted by the candidates of the party following their nomination for the va rious offices has been completed and News presents the document In full for [the consideration of Its readers. It Is as follows: "The republicans of White 1’lne county, Nevada, believe in and stand for: "America and Americanism, first of all. "Liberty, without license, among tho people of our country, and the enforce ment of the laws us expression of their will. ‘Our country's Independence now as In 1776 of the other nations of the world: viewing any society, associa tion or league of nations as an experi ment. possible of success, but more promising thereof If It shall come step by step, and without nt the outset our country's committing Itself so far that its nationality and Its resources will be sacrificed or Jeopardized before tthe success of the experiment Is assured. “Wc believe In and stand for Hard ing and Coolldgc as the exponents ot these principles, nationally, and for Oddie and Arentz as their advocates from tho standpoint of our state, and inasmuch as Harding when elected should have his hands tied it the op posing party were In control of the congress, tho same reasons which will prompt tho voter to vote for Harding and Coolldgo should. Irrespective of personal friendships. Impel the voter to vote for Oddie and Arentz. “In regard to county affairs, we de plore the constantly Increasing cost of county government under the exist ing democratic administration of our county affairs nnd this during a period when economic conditions required and still require strict frugality in both private nnd public expenditures and particularly in our county where, owing to the enforced curtailment of the mining operations and n broken and u Ac tiled market for livestock and general agricultural products, economy was and is imperatively re quired. In tills connection we pledge our county candidates to a policy of the strictest economy consistent with efficient service. “We believe In nnd stand for good roads and necessary public improve ments, but believe that cxrpnditures for such purposes may be greatly minimized by applying the simple business principles nnd practices that are employed by a business man In his own affairs, “We believe in any necessary en largement of our county high school required to meet the growing needs of our community und therefore es pecially commend the nctlon of our present republican senator nnd as semblymen—Messrs. Chapin. Ralrd. Chandler and Rockliart in securing the enactment during the last session of our state legislature of a law auth orizing the issuance of bonds to pro vide for such enlargement, which law Is now embodied In chapti r 221, stat utes of Nevada. 1991. page 39r>. “We particularly indorse any proper legislation, state or national, looking to the adequate and practicable de velopment of the land and water re sources of our state nnd in this con nection commend our present repub lican members of the legislature for their energetic support of our state reclamation act passed by the legisla ture of 1PI? and new appearing us diopter 191 of the statutes of Nevada. 1919, page 243. “We further commend our present republican members of tiro legislature for their support of the ict of 1919 consolidating the railroad commission and public service ctnmlsaton bgls laton of the state and extending and enlarging the authority of the public service commission over the public utilities of the state, which commis sion now appears to have ail the au thorltv granted to such commissions by the most c-nllghtt ned and progres sive State of the union: such net of 1919 being contained in chapter 109. statutes of Nevada, 1919. page 198. "We believe that those who Joined our army and na\y during the world war should be given every encourage ment nnd every aid to place them up on the same footing as t iose who stayed ot home, and that such meas ures should lie adopted as shnll show our country s gratitude and apprecia tion of sacrifices made by them nnd pledge the earnest support of ail measures to that end. "We believe In the enactment of ad ditional reasonable laws to better tho condition of the laborei and help him enjoy the advantages of a free country really ruled through th- bal lot by n majority of the people, wo oppose those doctrines which have led to tho recent ghastly experiment and experience of the European nations. "We approve and Indorse the state and national republican platforms, and In conclusion felicitate the Ainoil ean people as a whole, republicans and democrats alike, on tne near approach of the hour when, under a r< publican president ar.il republican congress the real work of reconstruction of ntir na tional, state and county affairs will be gin—economically, effectively and with regard to the common Interest, not of any one party or class, but of every one." Southern firllr Kaglneer Loses fint Vile latest news received from the Southern raclf.c hospital at San Fran cisco concerning Knglrrer Fred Bird sail, who had his foot crushed in a wreck in the Carlin yards about two month* ago, is to the effect that Mr. Blrdaall had to have hit foot ampu tated and is In a serioue condition, a* gangrene has set in. The wreck re ferred to happened whsn two switch er.gtne* “sldeswiped" each other and pinned Mr. Blrdsall tn the wreckage. He waa first taken to a hospital In Og den and later removed to Son Fran cisco. where he sea* placed In thn Southern Pacific hospital. Blrdsall was a resident of Wlnnemucca in year* gone by when that city was still a terminal point Vtsti Willi Permit *• Operate stage Mrs Kmma M. Boss has applied to the public service commission for a certificate of public convenience nnd necessity which will permit the opera tion of an automobile freight and r*a« aenger line between Fallon uud Broen Hill*. Discuss Flotation Milling Process Interest among the mining men of the nation runs high regarding the plans for the first conference ever called to discuss the alleged oppressive practices of tho great trust which claims to control every known method of ore recovery by what is known as "dotation.’' Nearly l,IOn mining companies, either known as users of flotation ot who have tried to secure contract# with the Minerals Separation, Ltd., have been Invited to attend the con ference cnlled by the American Mining Congress In Denver during the week of November 15. Hundreds of these com panies are facing costly litigation and mlltons of dollars in alleged ropaltles and fines are Involved In suits now pending. America's leading legal ex ports are fighting for and against the big corporation which the federal trade commission Is now grilling, urged by the American Mining Con gress, which believes that the methods of the trust RhonUl be changed or the practices of the company looked Into by congressional inquisition. The Denver conference is In charge of a special committee of mining op erators composed of George E. Collins, governor of tho Colorado chapter: Philip Aigall of Denver, T. A. Pickard, publisher of the Mining and Scientific Press of San Francisco: E. E. Fnxton, president of the Engles Copper Com pany of California: .1. W. Callow of Salt Lake and It. Henderson of Breckcnridge, Col. # The developments at the conference will mean much to the mining Industry and the hundreds of operators who have been prevented from using flota tion or forced to accept alleged un reasonable contract^ and have long been "fighting mad.” Automobile Plates to Be Green in 1921 < in on littering on a white back ground will be the color scheme for Nevada's motor vehicle license plates in 1921. according to the announcement of Secretary of State George Brodlgan. Believing that Inflated prices would result late this year from a shortage of steel in tlio country, an order for 10,500 plates was placed with the plate making factory some time ago and de livery is now being made. Automobile and truck license plates will commence with No. 50-001 and mo torcycle plates with No. 1 when regls- ! tfation begins the first of tlio year. A! feature of the coming year's automo bile plate will be the addition of a hy phen between tlio second and third nu merals to permit an easier reading of the number. Comparative registration figures show that seven times as many plates will bo used this year as were used In 1914, the first year Nevada's motor ve hicle law went into effect, and receipts from fees will be twenty-four times as great as they were at that time. The registrations and revenues for the last seven years have been as follows; in 1914, 1.487 licenses, with receipts of $4,331; 1913, 2.009 licenses. $7,873: 1916, 4.919 licenses, $20,116; 1917, 7,160 li censes, $31,106; 1919, 8,169 licenses, $31 09J * 1919. 9.305 licenses. $37,550; 1920 to date. 10,396 licenses. $102,989. It is expected that the registration will reach 10.500 before December 31. One vehicle to every seven persons In the state is Nevada’* comparison, with a national ratio of one vehicle to every fourteen < f population. A total of 7.558,848 motor vehicles were li censed in the Vnlted tSates lust year. Estimating a registration of 10,500 machines ami a conservative average motor ear mileage of 3,000, the total inib-age for the year In Nevada will he 31,500,900. which, multiplied by an av erage of three passengers, means a total passenger mileage of 91,500,000. Lincoln Highway Is One-Tlirrt Paved Figures recently published liy the Lincoln Highway Association show that 37 per cent of tlio 3,223 miles of ttie Lincoln highway is paved or ma cadamized. The mileage of the dif ferent types of surfacing is as follows: Bituminous macadam, 106.3: concrete, 317; brick. 197.8; macadam, 175; as phalt. 80.6; granite blocks. 7.8; creo sotfd wood blocks. 6.6. making a total of 1,131.1 miles. Berney Beporls Progress on Male Itond E. S. Berney of Fallon lias the con tract to build about ten miles of statu highway on the west side of Walker lake. He reports that satisfactory progress is being made on the project. 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