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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 17, 191?
Virginia Truckcc Railway
General Offices, Carson City, Nev.
A. M. ARDERY, General Manager
S. C. BIGELOVV, H. L. GRIFFITHS,
General Passenger Agent General Freight Agent
No. 6 No.4JNo.2 Mis June 8, 1919 No. 1 No.3No.5.
Motor Mixed) Pass. Pass? Mixed! Motor
p. m. p. m. a. m. . p. m. p. m. a. m.
2:20 2:45 8:35 0 Lv Reno Ar 6:30 2:00 10:14
2:43 3:20 9:00 11 Steamboat 6:04 1:32 9:51
2:58 3:40 9:16 17 Washoe 5:51 1:15 9:37
3:08 4:00 9:27 21 Franktown 5:40 1:01 9:27
3:30 4:35 9:50 31 Ar Carson City Lv 5:15 12:20 9:02
p.m. 5:05 10:00 31 Lv Carson City Ar 5:05 11:35 a.m.
5:45 10:45 41 Mound House 4:40 10:55
6:32 11:17 50 Gold Hill 4:11 10:11
6:45 11:27 52 Ar Virginia Lv 4:00 10:00
No. 20 No. 18 No. 16 No. 15 No. 17" No. 19
Motor Motor Mixed Mixedi Motor Motor
a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m.
7:40 3:35 10:00 0 Lr Carson City Ar 12:10 4:55 8:55
7:51 3:46 10:12 4 Stewart 11:58 4:44 8:44
8:15 4:10 10:40 15 Ar Minden Lv 11:30 4-20 8:20
V3r.i. Mcknight
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Carson - - - - - Nevada
Carson Valley Bank Bldg
Edward T. Patrick
LAWYER
Rooms 3 4
Carson Valley Bank Building
CARSON CITY, NEVADA
All classes of business
Practice in all courts
Wood and Coal
Coal that burns and leaves no clink
ers at Rubke's. Plenty of wood also
on hand. Phone 1511. fl-tf
Daily
"Saturdays only. .TfSraCSIECTTP
Connecting at Keno 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, Welling
ton, Sweetwater and Bridgeport.
Passengers for Masonic leave Minden Tuesdays and Thursdays, remaining
at Sweetwater over night, arriving at Masonic on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Fire
leseraece
James M. Leonard, Agent
Carson, Nevada
Caison Valley Bank Bldg.
Phone 5-6-1
WARREN E. BALDY
Attorney at Law
Office: "Carson Valley Bank Bld'g
CARSON CITY NEVADA
MINERVA R. COOPER
CHIROPRACTOR
at tht Catton house 508 Ormsby St,
Phone 1625, Carson, Nev.
5
Imported and Domestic Cigars-Pipes, Smoking
Tobacco, Cigarette?, Everything for the Smoker .
. of Taste Pure Goods anu 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
DR. C. R. VON RADESKY
Physician and Surgeon
Office : East Second St., near Carson St.
Office Hours: 1 to 3; 7 to 8
CARSON CITY NEVADA
..IF-
Your engine is good in
your old car have the
car repainted and
fool 'em
"AUSTIU THE PITER"
Prices reasonable, come
in and look 'em over
402-4 S. Carson Street
H H H t M M M M M M M M H t t M
Latest W News In Appeal
Published Every Afternoon
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VMD0Y00 Know About This?
PRICES IN RENO HIGH THEY SAY I
Copied from Reno Gazette of Wednesday, February 12, 1919 $
CARSON CITY, Feb. 12. What . some members of the joint com-
mittee on ways and means and claims of both houses assert is a surpris-
ing condition relative to the comparative cost of food products in Keno
and Carson was presented by the committee's investigation of the cause
of the deficiencies existing in various state departments, to take care of
which a bill carrying an appropriation of over $50,000 is pending in the
assembly. 4,
When Warden Henrich appeared before the joint committee to ex-
plain the deficiency existing in the prison fund he produced data show- 4
ing that cost of material used in conducting the affairs of the prison
had advanced 40 per cent during the two-year period for which the ap- jf
pfopriations made by the legislature of 1917 were made. The warden 4
purchased his supplies from Carson City merchants. 4
Dr. J. J. Sullivan, superintendent of the State Hospital for Mental j
Diseases, was before the committee Monday and proved to the satis- 4
faction of the members of the committee that prices on supplies for his
institution had increased 100 per cent during the last two years. Dr.
Sullivan explained to the committee that he purchased his supplies in ;
Reno. J
"I cannot see any reason for the difference in prices in Reno and 4
Carson on the same commodities," said one member of the committee i
yesterday. "If anything prices in Reno should be a shade lower than in j
Carson. In all probability the prices charged the individual consumers 4
in Reno would be somewhat higher than those charged Dr. Sullivan be- j
cause he buy's in bulk, while the individual consumer buys at retail j
prices." 4
GUESS MY PRICES MAKE A HIT EVEN IN RENO
4
A. G. Meyers I
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H. E. EPST1NE
STOCK BROKER
Member of the San Francisco
Stock Exchange
CODE BOOK ON REQUEST
"'fa Pa
356 Bush Street
San Francisco, California
PS ft
Orders left at Golden's Jewelry
Store will receive prompt atten
tion. Quotations received every
day.
! WANT ANY OF THESE
i Patent Medicines
Perfumes
Photographic Supplies
Face Powders
Toilet Soap
Kodaks
YES?
Then get them from
J. A. MULLER
Druggist, Opposite P. O.
t(4.-M.4......t,..
Carson Valley Bank f
Carson City Nevada t
CAPITAL, FULLY PAID
$50,000.00
OFFICERS
George Wingfield, Pres.
W. H. Doyle, Vice-Pres.
H. G. Humphrey, V-Pres-H.
C. CUpp, Cashier
G. B. Spradling, Ast C'shr.
DIRECIO
Geo. Wingfield
W. H. Doyle
H. G. Humphrey
H. C. Clapp
Chas. J. Kulison
R S
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. This bank will receive deposit, buy or sell foreign drafts, make
loans and do a general banking business. Interest at the rate of
4 per cent per annum will be paid on time Certificates of Deposits
and Savings Accounts. United States Depository for Postal
Saving Funds.
and
Mil
Tiling Shop!;
CURRAN & PIIIPPS;!
Proprietors
i Ail Kinds of toi: Given i
Careful Atterib
i Next to Capitol Garage f
Phone 436
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FOR SALE
Smith Valley ranch; 120 acres; 115
under Saroni canal; 20 acres cleared;
3-room house, artesian well, fencing,
etc. ; on state highway survey; three
fourth of a mile from school and post
office; 165 hives of bees in good condi
tion, in eight frame hives; clear title.
Trice, $3,800, cash. S. O. DYKES,
Smith, Nev. a16
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