CARSON CITY J3AILY APPEAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1918
DR. W. L TAYLOR '
! JESSIE H. TAYLOR .
t Eyes Examined and Glasses
I ANY LENS DUPLICATED
T Thoma-Bigelow Building, Reno, Nev.
MISS A LOT BY NOT
KNOWING JOHN MT7LLIN
LETS HIRED HELP GO;
DOES WORK HERSELF
Judge McCarran returned by
from Battle Mountain yesterday.
Mrs. C. M. Baron was an outgoing
passenger bound for Reno last evening,
Mrs. Cowing is slowly improving,
but no marked change will be apparent
until the lungs have cleared up.
Miss May Kenney expects to leave
for Genoa tomorrow, where she will be
engaged professionally for the next few
Fiorie Raffetto has returned to this
city from San Francisco, where he was
called some days ago by the illness and
death of his wife.
t. IS. ienngton, who has been in
Carson for the past ten days looking
after business matters, leaves this even
ing for his winter home in San Fran
Rev. Harold H. Kelley left for Vir
ginia City this morning to officiate at
the funeral of Philip Kestell, who died
on the Comstock Monday last ot in
J. S. Sinai of Adjutant General Sulli
van's office was an outgoing passenger
last evening, bound for Stockton. His
father is about to undergo a serious
operation and Private Sinai wished to
be with him at that time.
(jovernor Uoyle has written the ex
ecutive office in this city stating that
he expects to be home some time after
the middle of the month. He will ar
rive in Indianapolis about the 11th to
attend a conference of governors that
will be held there on that date.
Max Stenz, Jr., who accompanied the
remains of his late wife to San Fran
Cisco, where they were buried, return
ed to his home in this city on the train
arriving this morning. He was accom
panied by his sister, Miss Alma Stenz,
who had been in the city for a number
Outside of some of the leading finan
ciers in the community, a group of
bibliophiles, lovers of art for art's sake,
and a convivial cotere of good fellows
there are a lot of people here who are
missing a lot by not knowing John Mul- '
lin, the wild Irish rose and the salt of
John came herefrom Nevada, and is
doing a big work with a big company.
but he finds time for his friends and
they save time for the opportunity of
being with him.
He is a collector of the best in books
and pictures and antiques, has a fund
of stories at the tip of his tongue, the
readiest kind of a wit and pronounced
views on all subjects which he is frank
and eloquent in expounding, and when
Mrs. Tobolt Astonished at Results
Tanlac Gains Twenty Pounds.
"Some wonderful things happen in
this world.- and the way Tanlac has re
stored my health and built me up is
one of them," said Mrs. Paul Tobolt
of 916 California Ave., Butte, Mont. In
one of the most interesting and re
markable statements yet published in
connection with the Master Medicine.
aiy trouble started ahout two years
ago, sue continued, and i have sim
ply been a nervous wreck ever since
until now. Last January I went to the
hospital where I was told that my
whole system had become poisoned by
an affected appendix, that an operation
AT VIRGINIA CITY
RECEIVED SAD NEWS
was my only hope and it was doubtful
writing them his pen is tipped with fire, if this would save me. So I arranged
. . . , - . 1 ,1 A- I - T ' 1 1
Y have known him since the old
Goldfield days, and he improves a, little
every year. He intends to continue to
live here has been' here some time in
fact and the real people are the gainer
for his presence. Goodwin's Weekly.
WENT OVER TOP TOGETHER
The mother and sister of Lawrence
Powers received two letters from him
last Saturday probably arriving in the
4,500,000 soldiers letters reaching New
York ten days ago.
In one letter he stated he had done
his bit in the front line trenches and
came through safely; in the other he
stated that he again went to the front,
this time in company with Tommy
O'Hara, Johnny Newman of this city.
and John Burns of Virginia City. He
was separated from them at the front.
he belonging to the machine gunners
and they to the artillery, and when he
wrote had not heard how they came
through the great battle.
to have my children cared for, in case
I should not see them again. ,and sub
mitted to the' operation. Well, the
operation was done with so much skill,
and I was so carefully nursed that I
finally got out of the hospital, and was
home with my husband and children
again. Then I picked up wonderfully
for a little more than a month when I
began having terrible pains in my back
over my kidneys. My appetite left me,
and nothing tasted right. " I was con
stipated, had fearful headaches, and
was so nervous I could hardly sleep. I
fell off until I weighed less than a hun
dred pounds and was so weak that it
was an effort for me to get about at all.
I rinally my husband suggested that
I try Tanlac, as it was being so much
talked about, and the results have as
tonished us both. I couldn't see much
improvement on my first bottle, but J
with tne second my appetite got neiter.
I commenced to feel improved and was
surprised when I got on the scales to
i find that I had gone up to 108 pounds.
J Well, the third bottle did jrwders for
I me, relieving me of all pain and head-
It is welcome health news today on
the Comstock, there having been no fur
ther new cases of the Spanish influenza
to develop up till noon today, which is
good evidence that the disease now is
receding. Health reports show that
since the epidemic first started in this
city there have been 140 cases of the
influenza, but there has been a steady
decline for the past several days, until
none has developed for the past thirty
reports irom tne annctcd ones
throughout the city is on the whole en
couraging today, but the condition of
County Commissioner Charles E. Kib
linger, ill with pneumonia in Gold Hill,
remains critical, he being about the
Ernest Lamerton, who was very ill
yesterday, is improved today, and Mrs.
Andresen is also much better. All .oth
er cases were distinctly favorable to
day. At the home of Judge F. P. Langan.
where six members of the family are
down with the flu, all are doing nicely
today and rapidly improving. Chronicle.
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Grov
er of this city received the sad word
from their daughter at Elko that her
husbr.-id, Otto Nelson, had died at that
place following an attack of influenza.
He had been sick a number of days
and his death was not unexpected as
he was in serious condition.
Mr. Nelson was a prominent business
man of Elko and enjoyed the esteem of
a large circle of friends.
Word Received From Arnold Millard
Yesterday Mrs. Ed Ryan received
a cablegram from Arnold Millard, ac
knowledging the receipt of the news of
the death of his wife and Ed Ryan,
EAGLES ELECT OFFICERS
APPLICATION FOR PATENT
Notice of Application for United States
Serial No. 010870
RELIEF CORPS INSPECTED
Mrs. Grace Willard, department prcs
deut of the Women's Relief Corps of
California and Nevada, inspected the
local corps last evening, later speaking
on the work and object of the organi
Five new members were initiated into
the order and the work of the evening
was followed by a banquet.
At a meeting of the Fraternal Order
of Eagles, 1006, held last evening, the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing term :
William Kennett, W. P.
Alex McCharles, W. V. P.
Herman R. Manthey, W. C.
John Rubke, W. T.
Fred A. Frisbie, W. I. G.
Charles Davenport, W. O. G.
W. H. Bliss, trustee.
Dr. S. S. Jarrett, physician.
Red Cross Meeting In San Francisco
Red Cross chairmen and representa
tives in Nevada, Arizona and Califor
ma met today at the St Francis hotel
in San Francisco to consider plans for
the Christmas Red Cross "Roll Call,"
which is set for the week of December
16ih to 23d.
United States Land Office, Carson
October 17, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of the Act of Congress approv
ed May 10, 1872, the Mound House
Plaster Company and B. W. McCaus
land, by their attorney-in-fact, P. A.
English, whose postortice address is
care of George D. Smith, Carson City,
-eyada, has made application tor a
United States patent for the Regan
Placer Mining Claim, being west half
vW4) of the southeast quarter (SEJ4)
and cast half (E) of southeast quar
ter (SEJ4) of the southwest quarter
SW J4) of section thirty (30), and north
half (Ky2) of northeast quarter (NEJ4)
of northwest quarter (NWJ4) of sec
tion tnirty-one (31). township sixteen
(16) north, range twenty-one (21)
east, M. D. B. & Mn in Mound House
Mining district, expressly excluding
from said application the east half
Reno Schools May Be Closed
Because of the increase in the num
ber of influenza cases in Reno the school
board of that city met today to consider
the question of closing the schools and
to take such steps as are in the board's
power to check the epidemic.
(EJ4) of southeast quarter (SE?4) of
southwest quarter (SWJ4) of said sec
tion thirty, net area applied for bfiing
one hundred (100) acres.
SHOBER J. ROGERS, Register.
Date of first publication, Oct. 17, 1918.
HAY AND GRAIN
In any quantity. Best in the market
Also all kinds of chicken feed. Orders
promptly delivered. Phone 1511.
7-tf JOHN RUBKE.
Express vork of all kinds, trunk
nd baggage hauled to and from
Jepot. Rath. Phone 941. j22-tf
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Anita Barkley) and Mr. Reynolds of
Los Angeles, father of the deceased, ar
The funeral will take place tomor
row atternoon at o clock irom tne
The sympathy of the entire communi
ty goes out to the young widow and
other sorrowing relatives.
At a meeting of the vestrymen of St.
Peter's Episcopal church of this city,
held Monday night, the resignation of
Rev. H. H. Kelley as pastor was re
ceived and accepted.
The resignation goes into effect Jan
uary 1st, at which time Mr. Kelley and
his family wilf depart for California,
where they will make their home.
The Kelleys during"their residence in
Carson have made many friends and all
will regret their departure. Mr. Kel
ley has taken a great interest in the
building Hp of the Home Guards and
his activities in that connection will be
The remains of J. M. Reynolds of ache and making me want to eat up
Luniner were broucht in on last even- everything. I now weigh 118 pounds
ine's train, accomoanied bv his widow making a gain of more than twenty .
and her mother, Mrs. Eli Barkley. pounds on three bottles and I m won-
This morning Mrs. J. F. Winters (nee dering what my fourth bottle, which I
have just started taking, will do for
me. I sleep like a healthy child,' nev
er waking at night at all and feel like i T
I could eat five or six meals a dav. T It
dismissed my hired help, four weeks
ago, after eighteen months steady ser
vice, and since then I have done all
my own housework, cooking and every
thing. I have no more dull, drowsy,
bad feelings and life is a pleasure to
me. I can't praise Tanlac enough for
what it has done for me." '
Tanlac is sold in Carson City by
Charles L. Kitzmeyer.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Board of County Commissioners will
be held at the court house Thursday,
December 5th at 10 o'clock.
All persons having bills against the
county will present them before that
DANIEL E. MORTON,
d2-td County Clerk.
Do you buy groceries?
Well, then, come in and buy
- I am selling groceries.
Let me serve you.
ED. J. WALSH
Carson City, Nevada
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b Sole Agent for
and local news in
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356 Bush Street
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I have placed on sale my line of hats,
coats, jersey and silk dresses and skirts
at reduced prices. .
n21 MRS. ED. SWEETLANU. ;
WANT ANY OF THESE
Then get them from
J. A. MULLER
Druggist, Opposite P. O.
For hauling away your trash ' and
express work of all kinds. Phone
All Now in
To save tin foil for Uncle Sam,
WRuGLEYS is now all wrapped
in pink paper and hermetically
sealed in wax:
1. The tangey
flavor of mint
2. The luscious
3. The soothing
All in pink-end packages and
all sealed air-tight Be Sure
to get VKCGLETS because
The Flavor Lasts!
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Latest News In Appeal
Virginia & Truckee Railway
General Offices, Carson City, Nev.
A. M. ARDERY. Genral Manager
H. L. GRIFFITHS,
General Freight Agen
C. BIGELOW, '
General Passenger Agent
No. 4 No. 2 Mls No.-l I No. J
Mixed I Pass. Pass. Mixed
p. m. a. m. p. m. a. m.
1:30 8:35 0 Lv. Reno Ar 7:30 11:10
2:05 9:00 11 Steamboat 7:04 10:42
2:25 9:16 17 Washoe 6:51 10:25
2:45 9:27 21 Franktown 6:40 10:11
3:20 9:50 31 Ar Carson City Lv 6:15 9:30
3:50 10:00 31 Lv Carson City Ar 6:05 9:00
4:30 10:35 41 Mound House 5:40 8:20
5:17 11:07 50 Gold Hill 5:11 7:36
5j30 11:17 52 Ar Virginia Lv 5:00 7j25
No.18I No.16 v No. 15 No. 17
Mixed Mixed j Mixed Mixed
p. m. a. m. p. m. p. m.
'3:45 10:00 0 Lv Carson City Ar 12:00 5:20
3:57 10:12 4 Stewart 11:58 5:08
4:25 10:40 15 Ar Minden Lv 11:30 4:40
Connecting at Reno and Mound House with Southern Pacific Co- and at
Minden with daily auto stage for Woodfords and Markleeville, 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 Wednesdays and Fridays.
"AMERICA'S GREATEST LIGHT SIX"
, Haynes Nevada Auto Company, State Distributors
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