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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 1918
Personal Mention Mrs, Riker was a passenger on last evening's train for her Reno home. Harold Rosenbrock of the Gazette spent Sunday with members of his fam ily in this city. Thos. E. Kepner, attorney of Reno, was an incoming passenger on the morning express. ' Miss Zeta Blake, of the secretary of 33FcrCd tl Fib fj CXS Farmers are now assured $9 per ton for beets at the Fallon sugar fac tory next fall, as shown by the fol lowing telegram from Salt Lake: -Salt Lake, Utah, Jan. 23, 1918. "F. S. Bramwell, Fallon, Nev. e . - . I J J . . rr . I f DUdlU Ul UI1CVIU19 ivurtjr itavi siaies omce, reiurncu irum hci . . . . PIONEER RESIDENT DIES gima i i , " , ' . , , . as well as those yet to be taken, and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Leland autoed hould stimulate contracting. The in- in irom ainiucii jcsvc.ua, 'i " crease. will come in the shape ot a day with relatives. They were accom- bonus of cems ton at the paneid Dy tne tormers oroiner vo.. time are pajd or Mrs. Mary Wallace and daughter, "(Signed) MERRIL NIBLEY." Mrs. George Keith, came in on the This is assuredly a bie advance as express this morning from Sparks and I compared to the $6 per ton that was are today attending to business mat- J formerly paid at the Fallon factory ters here. J prior to the taking over of that enter- William Forman, prominent attor- : prise by the Nevada-Utah Sugar com ney of Tonopah and father of Nevada's pany. An increase of one-third is pretty compensation law, was an arrival from good, even in the. fact of increased the south last evening and is spending prices for everything else and the scar the day at the Capitol on legal mat- city of labor. ters. I The beet crop is the only crop which I r - Dr. W. H. Cavell leaves tonight for' win lurnisn iwo crops in uw stuu San Francisco, expecting to return on It wai with deep regret that it was learned in this city today of the death at Vancouver on -Thursday of George Henning, a former well known busi ness man and pioneer resident of Vir ginia City. Deceased for years con ducted a cigar store on C street, but retired from active business some years ago, and had since resided elsewhere with relatives. He was a" member of local Odd Fel lows and Masonic orders, and was sec retary for a long time of the Odd Fel lows lodge. He had not missed a ses sion of the Nevada Grand Lodge for upwards of forty years. Each year he had returned to renew old acquaint ances here and was a man who enjoyed a host of friendships here and in Car son and Reno. The body will be shipped from Van couver to Virginia City, and announce ment of funeral services will be made later. Chronicle. MADE A CAPTAIN I Friday morning in company with Mrs. Cavell and little Jean, who have been visiting California relatives for the past several weeks. oo One crop is for the production of sugar and the other for the feeding of cattle. By-products of sugar will feed one and one-half times as many livestock as that of the average acre of alfalfa, or clover, and makes iit possible to feed the hay upon the farm. By using syrup, the straw and other kinds of No Ice Shortage The ice harvest is heinsr rushed and the force of men are working from ' rough feed that the farmer may have daylight until dark. The ice is of a , can be fed to better advantage than good quality and if the weather will 1 without. Churchill County Eagle. i i. 1 7 1 1 i ... no i in "EXPOSE" WEDNESDAY NIGHT . The Literary and Dramatic Expose by the members of the Leisure Hour club will happen Wednesday evening January 30th, and will cost 25 cents to view, it wm De worm going miies io Mayor McBride this afternoon re ceived a telegram from Washington, D. C, that his son, Bonnie G. McBride, had been appointed captain of the ord nance department with orders to re port for duty today. Captain McBride, who has been serv ing as assistant state engineer,, was called to Washtngtotn a couple of weeks ago to take the examination and he passed with an extremely high rating and was recommended by the depart ment for a commission last week. Free Press. remain cola tor anotner weeK, .ciko will have no fear of an ice shortage in the coming hot weather. Free Press. oo Moves to Carson C. F. Hendricks has moved his family to Carson so they will be closer see and hear. to his work this winter. He has taken a plumbing contract at the hot springs Nagel Not Guilty in Smith Valley and this with two After five hours deliberation the jury rther in the vallev make a total of n the wase of W. A. Nagel, on trial tif Loon him Wv fnr . in Hawthorne last week for the mur T ......... ..... -1 J some time. Churchill County Eagle. -oo- Vaudeville, Wednesday evening, Leis ure Hour hall, 25 cents. oo DELICIOUS CORN MUFFINS. The vaudeville entertainment to be not guilty. given next Wednesday evening at Leis- A 1UUI llkll,r UIIII9C3 IU w. k itler of Mrs. Genevieve Kelly at Raw hide last August, returned a verdict of ure "scream" from start to finish. Price of admission, 25 cents. Pastries Our Pride Pies, doughnuts, layer cakes and cookies are always to be found at our store fresh frdhi the ovens. dl5-tf KELLY & LINDSAY. Red Cross Classes Tomorrow tomorrow afternoon ana evening tne workers in the Red Cross supply ser vice will meet as usual in the assembly cliamlnr at the capitol. First Here's an old fashioned recipe for corn muffins that has recently been revived and used with unusual success in several of the larger New York ho tels : To make three and a half dozen muffins take one quart milk, six ounces butter substitute, twelve ounces of light syrup or honey, four eggs, pinch My first aim is to provide goods of such quality that they appeal to the taste as well as to the judgment of ex perienced buyers. A good food with a choice flavor is one of the best things in existence. Such a food conduces, not merely to the immediate pleasure of the consum er, but also to his general health and efficiency. At this season no foods are more ap propriate than dried fruits, and among dried fruits Apples, Peaches, Prunes and Apricots are favorites. I am selling some of the choicest of these at prices which may interest you. for instance: Fancy Evaporated Apricots, lb. 23c 10 lbs. $225 Fancy Sun-Dried Teaches, lb. 16j4c 10 lbs. $1.60 Fancy Evaporated Apples, lb. 14c 10 lbs. $1.35 Fancy Prunes, 50-60 size, lb. 13c -. 10 lbs. $125 Fancy Prunes, 40-50 size, lb. 16c 10 lbs. $1.50 l deep ft (tap teas Ed J.Walsh Doing Good Work Members of the Virginia high school folded 34 bandages yesterday afternoon for the "Red Cross and the Gold Hillofgal two ounces baking powder. one and a half pounds cornmeal and one and a half pounds rye flour. The butter and syrup should be thoroughly mixed; then add the esgs gradually. Pour in the milk and add the rye Hour mixed with cornmeal and baking pow der. school 33 bandages. Chronicle. oo Marriage Announced Announcement cards have been re ceived in this city of the marriage oi Miss Valerie Berlin, of last year's local high school faculty, to Fred B. Mell man, a member ei the training camp at Camp Lewis. Since leaving Carson Miss Berlin has been living in Oakland, oo Saloons Pay Heavy Revenue Tax Frank L. Reber of the internal rev enue department is in Elko and states that the liquor tax in this district for war purposes amounts to more than $220,000. This district is composed of five counties, Elko, Humboldt, White Pine, Eureka and Lander and covers an area of 51,700 square miles, a little less than half of Nevada. Elko Inde pendent. " oo Miss Hague In Ely . Ely papers report tha,t Miss Jean Hague of this city is in that town and last evening supervised a benefit per formance that was given to aid the Nevada ambulance fund. ANNUAL STATEMENT NOTICE There will be a special meeting of Neighbors of Woodcraft, Tuesday, Jan uary 29, at 7:30 p. m. EVELY BRADY, Guardian Neighbor. DORA I. BATH, Clerk. oo Mrs. Ed Sweetland has fixed special prices on her attractive line of hats. The styles are right The values will surprise you. d5-tf Of Pacific Portland Cement' Company Consolidated, for the Year Ending December 31, 1917. Credits Debits .... $393,470.19 401,04828 Deficit $ 7,578.09 PACIFIC PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY CONSOLIDATED, Bv Robt. N. Henderson, Treasurer and General Manager. First Pub. Jan 28, 1918-lw. Quality Courteous Service Cleanliness v The Neatest and Sweetest Place In Town We ant now peepared to solicit share of your valuable patronage Ice Cream, Soda Water, Candies, Tamales Cmrtem Street W. E. WALLACE Opposite P. O. Fresh Hl$um Brd Received Dmily Continued from Page 1 riotic service by using cereals other than wheat in their productions. Wholesalers will be required under license regulations not to buy more than 70 per cent of their purchases of flour from millers as based on their purchases for the corresponding months of the preceding year and their sales to the retail trade must be in the pro portion of one pound of wheat flour to one pound of other cereals, this being the same proportion in which the retailer sells to the consumer, un less the wholesaler satisfies himself that the substitutes have been already purchased from another source. A rul ing has been made that in making any combination sales under this program, dealers shall name a price for each of the articles so sold which shall not rep resent more than a normal pre-war pro fit on any one of the articles sold. Millers of flour are to distribute their output through their ordinary channels and markets in such a man ner that each city, town and district may receive its usual proportion. The wheat millers have been required to produce one barrel of flour, 196 pounds, from 264 pounds of wheat. This is a white flour and represents from 2 per cent to 4 per cent higher extraction than from last year's .harvest To assist further in conservation Monday and Wednesday of each week are to be observed as wheatless days and one meal of each day as a wheat less meal. This applies both in the home and in the public eating place and on such days and meals no crackers, pastries, macaroni, breakfast foods or other cereals containing wheat should be used. The only exception to this is such small amounts of flour as may be needed for thickening soups or gravies or as a binder in corn bread or other cereal breads. On wheatless days and at wheatless The Call co I "To Sarve loooaopff Tea VUITED 0TATB8 COVEmitiEtJT The War Savings Plan, by which our Government expects to raise more than two billion dollars during the next twelve months, not only provides an opportunity for the millions of loyal Americans, whose meager income prevents their subscribing for Liberty Bonds, to lend their small savings to their country it has a much wider scope. It is an appeal to every man, woman and child of the nation, whether their income be measured in dollars or thousands of dollars, to limit their purchases to necessary commodities to SAVE and lend their savings to the Government. The Saving is as indispensable as the Lending The truth of this is apparent to every thinking person. The ' great war we are waging for freedom necessitates the putting of hundreds of thousands of men in the field and keeping them fed and clothed. It necessitates the production of ships and shells, guns and motor trucks and airplanes and hospital supplies. To produce these things will require the combined effort of most of the big industrial plants of the country, which are still making for you and your friends all the pleasant and comfortable luxuries you consumed before the war. You bought Liberty Bonds, of course, and youH buy more next month. That is patriotic and highly commendable. But you are not doing enough when you draw money out of the bank and invest it in Government securities. You must do more. You must buckle down and make it your own personal daily business to help win the war. You must give up the things you don't need. The Government must have money a tremendous quantity of money and it must have the productive labor of millions of workers who are now making unnecessary article! for yon and other Ameri cans who can afford to buy them. Get the Thrift Stamp Habit You, Mr. Business Man : When you go home tonight, take your wife a Thrift Card, with a dozen stamps attached, instead of a box of candy or a box of flowers. If she is the right sort, she will appre ciate it far more than she would candy or flowers. And you, Society Women : Give War Savings Stamps for prizes at your card parties for favors at your luncheons for wedding gifts and anniversary remembrances, or buy stamps with the money the parties cost. , Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps can be purchased at any postoffice or bank. JSSUESt BY TUB- UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT For Your Country's Sake, Get the Thrift-Stamp Habit .... that bread baked in the home be other than wheat bread. Where bread is pur chased either for use in public eating places or in the home "Victory Bread" should be used if no wheat . substi tutes can be found. The federal food administrator will announce the meal to be observed as wheatless meal in his state. If no meal is designated, the United States food administration pre fers that the evening meal be wheatless. It is further desired in order that meat and pork products be conserved that one meatless day (Tuesday) in every week and one meatless meal in every day be observed, and in addition, two porkless days (Tuesdays and Sat urdays) in every week be strictly kept. By the meatless is meant without hog, cattle or sheep products. On other days use mutton and lamb in prefer ence to beef and pork. By porkless is meant without pork, bacon, ham, lard or pork products, fresh or preserved. Use fish, poultry and eggs. For local situations where exceptions are necessary, application should be made to the state food administators. Paragraph number eight as regards to meatless requirement is not effec tive in Nevada until the 13th of March. HENRY M. HOYT, Food Administrator for Nevada. Only a few left of the special priced coats ; they are bargains, at Mrs. Ed Sweetland's. jl-tf Applet for Sale First-class apples, 85c per box second- class, 50c per box,; at Fred Wilder's, north end of Minnesota street j23-lmo Special sale on all winter hats; one half off on former prices, at Mrs. Ed Sweetland's. j!6-tf i Baylies Aitomdbile "AMERICA'S GREATEST LIGHT SIX Ilaymes Nevada Ato Compaay, State Distributors PHONE MAIN 167 i 110 E. Second St. I. 0. 0. F. Bldg. Reno, Nev Remember the date, January 30th, an evening of fun, at Leisure Hour hall. Price of admission, 25 cents. The latest things out in silk and serge dresses; prices always right, at Mrs. Ed Sweetland's. jl6-tf NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROV ING WILL, ETC. In the District Court of the First Judi cial District of the State of Nevada, la and for the County of Ormsby. In the Matter of the Estate of Emma Verrill Doane, Deceased, Pursuant to an order of said court, made on the 23d day of January, A. D. 1918, notice is hereby given that Tues day, the 5th day of February, A. D. 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court-room of said court, at the court-house, in the City of Carson, County of OmAby, have been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said Emma Verrill Doane, de ceased, and for hearing the application of George H. Meyers, for the issuance to him of Letters of Administration with the will annexed, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the said will, and may file ob jections in writing to the granting of Letters of Administration with the will annexed, to said petitioner. DANIEL E. MORTON, Clerk. PLATT & SANFORD, Attorneys for Petitioner. Dated: January 23, 1918. meals the food administration urges 'ft ft ttyttt t e ttttt rtttmHHM First date of publication, Jan. 24, 1918.