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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER li, 1918
t r Fire lesMiramce James M. Leonard, Agent Caison Valley Bank Bldg, n XT , Phone 5-6-1 s. Virginia Ct Truckee Railway . General Offices, Carson City, Nev. A. M. ARDERY, Genral Manager " ' C. BIGELOW, . ' H. L. GRIFFITHS. General Passenger Agent General Freight Agem HAT AND GRAIN In any quantity. Best in the market Also all kinds of chicken feed. Orders promptly delivered. Phone 1511. ff-tf JOHN RUBKE. IX Him m w at t. "No. 6 No. 4 I No. 2 Mls April 13, 1918 No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 Motor Mixed Pass. . Pass. Mixed Motor p. m. p. m. I a. m. p. m. a. m. a. m. 3.00 1:00 8.35 0 Lv Eeno Ar 7.30 11.10 10.34 3.23 1:35 9.00 11 Steamboat 7.04 10.42 10.09 3.39 1:55 9.16 17 Washoe 6.51 10.25 9.57 3.48 2:15 9.50 31 Ar Carson City Lv 6.15 9.30 9.20 4.10 2:50 10.00 31 Lv Carson City Ar 6.05 9.00 a. m. p. m. 3:20 10.35 41 Mound House 5.40 8.20 4:00 11.07 50 Gold Hill 5.11 7.36 4:47 11.17 52 Ar Virginia Lv 5.00 7.25 5 :00 9.27 21 Franktown 40 JOll 9A7 No. 20 No. 18 No. 16 1 No. 15 I No. 17 No. 19 Motor Motor Mixed Mixed Motor Motor a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. 7.50 4.20 10.00 0 Lv Carson City Ar 112.10 5.45 9.10 8.01 4.31 10.12 4 Stewart ! 11.58 5.34 '8.59 8.25 4.55 10.40 15 Ar Minden Lv 11.30 5.10 8.35 AN EVIDENCE Daily Saturdays only Connecting at Reno and Mound House wiih Southern Pacific Co., and at Minden with daily auto stage for Woodfords and Markkeville, daily except Sunday with auto stages for Genoa, Walley Springs, Coleville, Topaz, Wel lington, Sweetwater and Bridgeport. Passengers for Masonic leave Minden Tuesdays and Thursdays, remain at Sweetwater over night, arriving at Masonic on W ednesdays and Fridays. That you are careful of your personal appearance in a CREASE IN YOUR TROUSERS 'fc N41 to For Your Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing COME TO US t f if WM. BRUNN The Tailor f THE IID'3 DOWN! Read newsT the Appeal for all the war The i v v To Saue i X7AXL SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 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 t 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 freedora necessitates the putting of hundreds of thousands of men in the fielc! 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 9f 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 you'll 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 articles for you 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 ecst. Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps can be purchased at an postoffice or bank. , TOR SAVINGS STAMPS JftUED BY THE. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT For Your Country's Sake, Get the Thrift-Stamp Habit .... S. Food Administration. PREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER New line of winter suits, received this week in all sizes; also in Men's up-to-date Overcoats. Our stock of winter under wear is complete in all grades and prices. Flannel shirts in light, medium and heavy. Hats of the latest styles; extra large assortment to pick from in new up-to-date show case. LUX1DE HOSIERY The best that can be had. Agent for one of the larg est tailoring houses in Chicago. JOS. SMYTH OBEY ORDEPS.! THE FATE OF POLAND SHOULD WARN ALLIES PARIS, Oct. 10. A grave warning has been issued by a prominent Polish patriot in Paris against one phase of the German peace offensive the se crecy the Huns have thrown around true conditions among the Central European Slavs. ' The warning is that the Allies, in their zeal to make Germany restore Belgium, Northern France, Alsace Lorraine and Serbia, must not allow the Huns to blind them on Central European issues. "I fear," he says, "people of the Al lied countries So not understand the relation between their own future safe ty and the aspirations of the oppressed Slavish nations. "They must understand or they will live to rue it in two or three genera tions. Thev will find then, if Germany now is to have her way in those cen-1 tral countries, a Germany twice as j large in territory, in population, in wealth, m resources. ltis pointed out that the Huns are . keeping a sealed curtain over events in Central Europe. But according to eye- , witnesses who have smuggled their in formation into France, this is the sit uation in Poland : Three million persons killed. Half a million in German captivity. Three-quarter of a million perman ently crippled on the battle field. Sixty thousand political leaders ex- ' ecuted. A reduction in wealth of one-third. Machinery worth $40,000,000 confis- PROFfcSSICNAL cated and taken to Germany. All loose metal in the country con fiscated. Mines and oil wells robbed. Three-quarters of Poland's forests destroyed. To all of which the Polish patriot says is this contrast: "The numerical strength of the German element and the power of the few rich and selfish cosmopolitan parasites who have never had anything in common witli the peo ple's desires, and who always work to gether with the stronger, have increas ed with the aid of German rope and bayonet." And in Bohemia and other central Slavic countries the situation is said to be similar to the plight of Poland. "It" all this be true," says the Pole, "then the Huns could well afford to give up, for the time being, the world ambition, and to rectify even the wrongs done in Western Europe in ex change for the opportunity to keep what they held before the war." A warning is given against allow ing Germany to make a peace that does not include restoration of Pol land ana tieighlKring countries and their inde pendence. DR. C. R. VON RaDESKY Physician and Surgeon Office: East Second St., near Carson SL Office Hours: 1 to 3; 7 to 8 WARREN K. BALDY Attorney at Law Office: Carson Valley Bank B'ld'g CARSON CITY - - NEVADA WANTED Two or three teachers for elementary rural schools, salary $80 to $85 per month, term ot school eight or nine months. Must have Nevada certificate or be entitled to it. Applicants tele phone or telegraph George McCracken, Carson Citv, Nevada. s!3-2t Subscribe for the Appeal. Imported and Domestic Cigars-Pipes, Smoking Tobacco, Cigarette?, Everything for the Smoker of Taste Pure Goods and Courteous Treatment PHONE 6 3 H. J. Vaughan PHONE 6 3 Tobacconist-Newsdealer-Billiard Parlor All San Francisco Dailies--Hot Butterkist Pop Corn Daily Peanuts and Confection, Fresh Opposite Post Office Telephone 63 PL ATT & SANFORD Attorneys at Law Office: State Bank and Trust Building CARSON CITY - - NEVADA CHARTZ & CHARTZ John M. Charts Alfred Chsrta Attorneys at Law Practice in all State and Federal Courts CARSON CITY - - NEVADA DR. E. T. KREBS Physician and Surgeon Offices: Rooms 6 and 7, up-staus, State Bank and Trust Com pany's Bulging A. GRANT MILLER Attorney at Law Journal B'ldg Practice in All Courts RENO - NEVAD JAMES RENO D. FINCH Clay Peter;' B'ldR NEVADA A. A. HEER Attorney at Law C lice: 204 N. Virginia St.. REND .... NEVAD GEORGE B. THATCHER Attorney at Law CARSON CITY NEVADA J. M. FRAME Attorney at Law Office: 228 N. Virginia St., Vooms 2 and 4 RENO NEVADA j Grocery Terms TO THE GROCERY TRADE: You are undoubtedly thoroughly familiar with the expressed wishes of the Government TO SHORTEN THE TIME OF PAYMENT so as to make available all possible funds in carrying out successfully the tre mendous undertakings of this great Nation. It thus becomes the PATRIOTIC DUTY of all of us, Wholesaler, Retailer and Consumer, to render all possible assistance in the success ful carrying out of this necessary plan and our co-operation should be made effective WITHOUT DELAY. S As already advised, our revised terms of payment, 1 per cent in 10 days 30 days net, becomes effective on August 1, 1918. You will doubt less deem it advisable and necessary to make corresponding changes in your terms to the consuming public. CALIFORNIA WHOLESALERS. The above circular is self-explanatory and cuts the former terms (which were V2 per cent in 30 days 60 days net) to those mentioned above. It will be seen that I now get y2 per cent less discount, paying my bills in ten days, than I formerly did by paying them in 30 days, and have to settle in 30 days or receive no more goods. Under these condi tions I am forced to change my terms which in future will be as follows: All bills must be paid by the 15th of the month following that which the bill is contracted. Customers not complying with the above will be required to pay cash. A. G. Meyers t t WANT ANY OF THESE Patent Medicines Perfumes Photographic Supplies Face Powders Toilet Soap ? Kodaks YES? Then get them from J. A. MULLER Druggist, Opposite P. O. X H.E.EPSTINE li STOCK BROKER Member San Francisco Stock Exchange i Co Je Book on Request 356 Bush Street San Francisco, California 4 WOOD AND COAL Orders for wood and coal now re ceived. Prompt delivery, riione 1511. f7-t JOHN RUBKE.