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THE WAY TO SAVE
Is to put your pay check in a reliable banking institution and use your check book for pay ment of bills. Your cheek 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 affair". » Call and consult us in*regard' to opening an account. Copper National Bank East Ely, Nevada Your Neighbor’s Girl Your neighbor* girl is lucky Hti parents are training her to make a success in life. The > do not want her to have to ente r business to make her own way in the world but they arc teaching her to do useful work. This girl w ill probably be mistress of » home toir? day and the sucu »s of Hint home will depend lo a large degree upon her skillful manage ment. Her parents art leuctung her le> spend mone y wisely. She gels a cer tain a mount each month and she buys all her own tilings. She is learn ing to handle* money This girl tarns some, sp >ml« with good lodgment and she has ( growing savins- acet uni. i tf course this gli I will now t big advantage over the* average giil when the li st comes What about your girl ’ . The First National Bank ELY. NEVADA Mi’nbc i I'Cili ral ltu»rr\f sti-m TRADING AT HOMt Wlun you do youi Cbrlstmus (-'hopping in your home town you an making you.' DOLLARS do triple Uyty—assured satisfaction in youi purchases, pleasurable satisfaction to those who receive your gilts; appreciative satisfaction of the store where 'our business is bestowed. And liotm -buying makes a more prosperous as w- II as a Merry t lirlstma* ELY NATIONAL BANK PACIFIC TIME NEVADA NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY TIME CARD EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 14. I1»30. BETWEEN ELY AND COBRE Main Line Trains—Dally Leave Ely <5:20 am Leave East Ely _ G:2.'> am Leave McGill ... 7:0T> am Arrive Shatter -10:40 am Arrive Oobre - - 11:20 am Leave Color* l.':...’ pin Leave Shafter - - 1:25 pm Arrive McGill - 5:10 pm Arrive East Ely - 5:50 pm Arrive Ely .-5:55 pm Suburban Trains—Daily BETWEEN ELY AND EAST ELY Leave Leave Leave Arrive Murry Ely Centrnl East Street Uepot Ely Ely 5.35am 5.5 Sam fi.ulam 6.05am 8.00 - 8.03 " 8.06 " 8.10 “ 8.10 " 8.13 " 8.16 " 8.20 “ 2.00pm 2.03pm 2.06pn\ 2.10pm 4.30 4.38 - 4 41 " 4 45 “ 5.23 “ 5.28 “ 5.81 “ * 5.35 “ *6 10 “ 6.22 " 6 25 6 29 “ 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 12.1J>am Leave Leave Leave Arrive East Central Ely Murry Ely Ely Depot Street 5 4jam 5.48am 5.50am 5.53am 6.35 •' 6.38 " 6.40 " 6.45 " 7.50 “ 7.5S “ 7.55 " 7.58 “ 1.60pm 1.63pm 1.55pm 1.58pm 3.10 3.13 •• 3.15 " 3.20 " 4.20 “ 4.23 *' 4.25 “ 4.28 *• »fi lu ' 6.13 *• 6.15 " 6.1a *' 6.50 “ 6.53 •' 6.65 “ 6.58 ‘ 8.20 " 8.23 “ 8,25 “ 8.28 “ 9.50 " 9.53 “ 9.55 9.58 " 11.50 " 11.53 •' 11.55 " 11.58 “ BETWEEN ELY AND McGILL Leave Leave Leave Leave Aryiy® Murry Si Ely Depot Central Ely Last Ely McGill 0 r.3 an' 5.58 am 6.01am 6.05 am ii t > am 2.00 pm 2.03 pm 2.06 pm 2.10 pm 2.45 pm *4.35 pm 4.38 pm 4.41pm 4<;> pm ;>:30pm 10.00 pm 10.03 pm 10.05 pm 10.08 pm 10.45 pm Leave Leave l>eave Leave Arr,v* . McGill East Ely Central Ely Ely Depot Murry St. 7.15aa 7.50 am 7.53 am 7.55 am l°!am 3.45 pm 4.20 pm 4.23 pm 4.25 pm j.28 pm • 5 30 pm 6.10 pm 6.13 pm 6.1opm 6 18 pm 11.15 pm 11.60 pm 11.53 pm 11.55 pm 11.^8 pm BETWEEN EAST ELY AND MINES I a«ve Leave Arrive Leave Leave Arrive East Ely Central Ely Ely Dept Murry St. Ruth 6.35 am 6.38 am 6.40 am *.«« HJES 3.10 “ 3.13 " 315 3.20pm 4.f0pm 4.20pm T^iavn laavp Leave Leave Leave Arrive Kimberly Ruth Murry St. Ely Depot c«ntra‘K,y 7.30am 7.42am 8.10aan 8.13am 8.16am ?■??*“ 4.40pm 4.52pm 6.25pm 5.28pm 5.31pm 5.3jpm •Daily Except Sunday. NEVADA COMMISSION AFTER THE RAILROADS Tlie Ntvuciu public service commis sion has sent the following to the dale press: “The interstate commerce commis sion inuring on advance rules tend fares, which was originally set for Cut son City December 1,-1920, lias been changed to Iteno December 6. Tilts case Involves the attack of the Nevada railroads upon the railroad commission of Nevada on account of the refusal of Hint commission to grant horizon tal increases on intrastate business corresponding with the 20 to r-0 per cent horizontal increases in rates and fares by the federal commission In in terstate business. "It will lie recalled that the rail roads at the hearing before the state commission refused to submit any evidence upon the issues, but it ap peared that t'ue Nevada rates and fares were already higher than tlio«e of otln-r states, and without any showing of necessity for uii Increase the ap plication w..s denied. “Tin; case is of vital interest to the people of Nevuda and tin coining hear ing will be one step in determining whether the internal railroad matters of the state will be regulated by local officials or by federal officers in Wash ington. yvtio cannot know and will not be greally interested in the needs of our people. <n every case wiicre pro ducers. shippers and consumers have an interest in rates and fares and in preserving their local government they should send at once to tin* railroad public service commission a strong statement regarding the matter nnd re questing sucli adjustment as nay b. necessary lo their community or 1n d ui tries. “Tho public service commission li.i* instituted a prove filing against th* Southern Pacific Company, tin* West ern Pacific railroad and the 1-os An ge do* & Halt I-f.ke railroad directing them to show cause why their present i intrastali- passenger fure*s or i, S anel 6 cents per mile should not In- redaced to 3.C cents per mile, anel why meals should not be served in their respective diners at mote moderate prices. "The interstate passenger turn from within to u itlioul and r ice Versa on these railroaels have bet n increased irt per cent by tlie federal commisaion s order In ex parte 71. effective August 26, 1920. therefore range from 4.8 ctnls to 7.2 cents P' r mile, while both the interstate and state fares in practically all other states are but 2.6 cents per mi'e. Compared w itli prewar times the Nevada fares arc exceedingly high because all round-trip fares and ocrlp books have been withdrawn. “An application for a reduction in passenger fares was filed some time | ago by the oommisions of Arizona, Ne vada and New Mexico, directed against the unreasonable interstate rates, and is now pending before the interstate commerce commission. “The Nevada case Is sot for hearing at Carson City December 1", 1920, at 10:30 a. m.. and all who am interested in tlie question should appear at the hearing and demand thtir rights or write to tlie Nevada railroad cor.mis sion. giving their vi*-ws fullv." Muncy Creek Case Before Federal Court Tlie case of the Muncfy *Cr»ek Min ing Company against T. P. O'Brien and J. W. Jobe was called before Judgi Parrington in the federal court at Carson City, Tlie case is from White Pine county and invotvi s some valuable mining ground. The cast? is of unusual importance to tho mining world, as it involves the right of location. O'Brien was employ ed by the corporalion and advised them to do certain work. This work was neglected and O’Brien and associates relocated the ground carrying on the work. The company sues to dispossess the claimants. As the question of re location is involved, • sp.cially by one who is an tmploye, the mining law regulating this point will be decided. Other rights of locators will also be tested; that of recording and staking, It is understood, will be brought nut during the trial Nevada Business Man Makes Good in Oil I'Jcorgi Itceding of Wellington, one of the liv ■ wires of w, stern Nevada, lias left fur Oklahoma, where he has s. cured a !■ use on a lot of emulsified oil. suys the (’arson City News. When an oil well fills with water il generally lints the. oil out of business, hut through a recent Invention a Cen trifugal separator is used, on the plan of a -niik separator, which takes the water out of the oil und renders it a commerlcal product. Young Heeding was hunched off on tills new scheme and lost no time in locating one of the water-soaked oil regions of Oklahoma, securing a lor.g lease on a I it of emulsion territory. He is now operating one unit uf a plant und Is making a fortune and when lie establishes the other units that he lias In contemplation thorge will le in the Coal Oil Tommy class. In order to gi t into the game Heed ing sacrificed a buslm ss in Nevada and the plunge lias put him into more money than he ever dr< anted of while in the Nevada town. PrlsrUglit Magrd on lullinnii SI reel While cranking a Ford car on Ault man street last Tuesday Sid llalloway received a Jolt on the side of the head which at first, he could not determine whether it came from the crank or not, but upon looking up discovered that the blow had been delivered by Pete Roberaton, who was standing over him in a warlike manner. The two men immediately engaged in a rougli and tumble which resulted In one being crowded through the window of the Crystal cafe. Further damage was pre vented by the arrival of City Marshall Moorman, who placed both men under arrest When taken to the police court Koberstacn assumed all responsibility for the disturbance and was placed under a 126 bond. Halloway was re leased. Don't borrow the News. Subscribe. Ely Bootlegger Gets Jail Sentence at Elko lloorgc it rails, the lily bootlegger, who took to Elko an automobile loud of Jackass brandy and was caught by thu officers before he had disposed of all of It. was up in the district court at Klko lust Saturday for sentence, as he had previously entered a plea of guilty. Judge Tubti gave hint seventy-five days In the' county jail and imposed n fine of $700. The charge against O. T. Pagel, who was th* second man In tho car. was dismissed as the evidence was insufficient and Brails testified that his companion knew nothing about the liquor. The fine was taken out of the cash baiJ put up by Bralis and the remain der was returned. He is now serving his time in the county Jail." Ely Resident Makes Fast Time to San Diego I *oti lirltton. who was tin organizer of the United Stage and Taxi Company in Ely but who has recently been as sociated with Contractor O. M. Wallace Jr., spent a few days in Ely Inst week. Upon b aa ing here bon made a rec ord-breaking trip by automobile to Sar. Deign, covering tho distance in thirty-six hours' running time. He Is known ns a second Barney Oldfield at the wheel and upon his recent trip he evidently was running true to form He will look over the field at San Diego with a view of locating there, but should I ho business prospects not appeal to him he will move to some point in Atizona and establish a loca tion Mrs. Oritton will remain in Ely until after the first of next year ami until Don finds some place attractive enough to open up in. Mining News from the Eureka District Tlu- management of the Kureku t'roesus buss the property now looks belter than it over has itnd a’l work is progressing favorably with the ex ception of trouble encountered this week with the pump which lifts the water from the canyon up to the mine. A new pump has been ordered and should urriv? before any great short age ol water that would stop hoisting operations Is felt. Tills would be a great disappointment to the manage ment, as it is now taking out ore from four faces. Work at wiuz> No. a is progress ing satisfactorily; still sinking in good ore uml drifting. From this fact alone lias been inado up the griater portion of the 100- ton rhip inent Just completed this week—fifty tons last m <k und fifty tons this week. The ore in >o. . nlnse is also hom ing up well and is producicng an aver age of five mine cars dally from this face, with the Indications of the ore body becoming greater. The shale raise is looking bctt“r each day and ore is being taken out as the raise progresses. They have Just gone into the footwall of the old Dunder berg stopes, where so much high-grade ore was taken out in the old day*. Close to this a new raise. No. 2. lias been started, and it has produced good ore right from ihe start, with indications of holding out and grow ing bitter as tiie work advances. This week the teams will be kept busy hauling another shipment of lifly tons and making a starter on a second tike shipment. Tiie teams have just completed hauling winter supplies of powder and distillate, and unless the deep snows make the roAds impass able it is hoped to make the largest winter production in the history of the mine under Croesus management. Altogether the management Is well pleased with tho results of It* past development and the knowledge that the mine can ship steadily as long as present indications show good pros pects. At the Eureka-Holty this week they are cutting a station on the 500 level and the main *haft is now timbered down to the 500. The work of sink ing the main shaft deeper is being continued. A force of carpenters is kept busy on the new mill building and good progress is being made. Itsarher Correct* Krror is Fisa I Proof John Papieh, who mad.- an error in the Aral three-year proof for hi* home stead entry near Osceola, filed ar. amended application correcting the error before County Clerk Oldflild last Tuesday. We are exclusive Agent for HUYLER’S ♦ t»« •« »♦♦♦♦♦« • »♦»« * CANDIES • • • • »•««»««« ♦ • •♦*♦♦♦♦♦ The Finest Chocolates *nd Iton-ltons on the Market Shipped direct from the factory of the famous manufacturers Also s McDonald's, Golden ITienaanl and Various Olliers SOFT DRINKS AND CIGARS THE CAPITOL > | Ault man A Marry. Ptioae 24 > The Columbia Grafonola m is the Phonograph Plus Here are five reasons why the Columbia Grafonola excels all other phonographs: 1. Exclusive Tone Leaves. Give complete and accurate control over tone volume. 2. Straight Tone Arm. Allows the sound waves to de velop fully and naturally. 3. Scientifically Correct Acoustic Design. Gives exquisite clearness and purity of tone. 4. Streamline Cabinets, in jperfect accord with modem artistic furniture design. Plus 5. The Only Non Set Automatic Stop. Never stops before it should. Always stops at the very end. Notn ing to move or set or measure. Just start the Columbia Grafonola, and it plays and stops itself.. Come in today and let us demonstrate the stop that needs no setting. Joe’s Candy Kitchen The Lamps of Quality WESTINGHOUSE MAZDA Correct Voltage meant Long Life Sizes from 7 1-2 to 1000 Watts Phone Your Orc^er ELY LIGHT £& POWERj, CO. Phone 58 Y Phone 16 Attractive Bargains in New and Second-Hand Furniture ELY FURNITURE COMPANY Furniture Bought, Sold and Exchanged, locksmith Work O. P. BLOSE, Mgr. 512 Aultman St. Phone 103-Y FOLLIES Cabaret and Grill ELY. NEVADA Music and Entertainment STAR* OF THE TWENTIETH cnminr Miss Evelyn I'llk Nlsktlagale Miss Rita IpHbk Daicrr h4 kligtr _____ I VICTOR AJAX. Propietor M. & T. CLUB Complete Line of SOFT DRINKS and FINE 0I0AB8 Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent Open Day and Night MARSH & TIETZ Proprietors SHOES SENT BY PARCEL POSY. Will be repaired and returned to you promptly. Shoes repaired while you wait. GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIRING OO Gustav I. PoUk, Prop. 1-2 b-t!