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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 19'
Virginia & Truckco Railway ABOUND TOJ 01lh) Vrm TTO Alfl&ICAH General Off ices, Carson. City, Nev. r A. M. ARDEtlY. General Manager S. C. BIGELOW, ' , H. L GRIFFITHS, General Passenger Agent General Freight Agent CR0S5.J in aerma. 7U' No. 6 I No. 4 ) No. 2 Mis June 8, 1919 No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 Motor I Mixed Pass. ' Pass. Mixedj 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 65 11:27 J2Ar Virginia Lv 4:00 10:00 No. 20 No. 18 No. 16 No. 15 No. 17 No. 19 Motorl Motor Mixed Mixed! 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 rCp-r r- i fc- ON'-' !:: semeets It Fays to Read Ad vera . Saturdays only. 9rS f 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 Insurance: James M. Leonard, Agent Carson, Nevada-ii Cation Valley Bank BIdg. Phone 5-6-1 Imported and Domestic Cigars Pipes, Smoking Tobacco, Cigarettes Everything for the Smoker . of Taste Pure Goods ant" Courteous Treatment PHONE 6 3 H. J. Vaughan PHONE 6 3 Tobacconist-Newsdealer-Billiard Parlor All San Francisco Dailies--Hot Butterkist V Pop Corn Daily-Peanuts and Coqftijion, . . ; Fresh-Opposite Post Officer-Telephone 63 In Appsal Published Every Afternoon I'M D9 YOU KM Mat fills ? PRICES IN RENO HIGH THEY SAY f 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 bouses assert is a surpris ing condition relative to the comparative cost of food products in Reno 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. ; ; ? . ' . 'When Warden Henrich appeared before the joint committee to ex : plain the deficiency existing in the prison fund he produced data show 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 propriations made by the legislature of 1917 were made. The warden purchased his supplies from Carson City merchants. Dr. J. J. Sullivan, superintendent of" the State Hospital for Mental Diseases, was before the committee Monday and proved to the satis 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 jn Reno. " .. . . "I cannot see any reason for the difference in prices in Reno and Carson on the same commodities," said one member of the committee yesterday. "If anything prices in Reno should be a shade lower than in , Carson. In all probability the prices charged the individual consumers . in Reno would be somewhat higher than those charged Dr. Sullivan be cause he buys in bulk, while the individual consumer buys at retail "prices." ' .. GUESS MY PRICES MAKE A HIT EVEN IN RENO . G. Meyers As far back as the first winter ol he war, the Red Cross sent to Serbia i sanitary commission that effective y checked the scourge of typhus, but ifter the United States entered the oouflict, the Red Cross was able, in August, 1917, to send a full commis sion that carried on extensive relief operations among the suffering ref ugees of the tortured nation. Hospi tals Were established, the refugees fed, clothed and given medical attention, the army supplied with much needed dental treatment, farm machinery, and seeds provided to help the Serins re deem their land to productivity, and, not least, measures undertaken for the succor of the children. The terrible condition into which these helpless vic tims of the war had fallen is well Iortra.ved by this photograph of a little Serbian girl wearing the rags and expression of hopeless dismay that were all she possessed when the i lied Cross came. 60 AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE AMERICAN CROSS. at In Roumania. Soon after- the entrance , of the United States in the war the successes of the Central' Powers in Roumania had reduced that country to a most tragic conditiou and in the summer of 1917, the American Red Cross des patched its first Roumanian relief contingent. Two hospitals were at once taken oyer and operated by the Red Cross, a canteen for the starving refugees established and food and clothing distributed over a large area. Transportation ,was one of the toughest problems with which the Red Cross workers In Roumania had to deal. Hece Is seen an oxcart nsed by the Red Cross to carry its relief supplies up into the mountains; ! i See Bath For the moving of furniture, house hold oods, trunks, machinery, etc Phone 941. J , ; , jo-tf Latest telegraphic news in the Appeal. A Carson Carson City Valley Bank 1 Nevada $ t CAPITAL, FULLY PAID O F F I C E 8 S George Wingfield, Pres. W. H. Doyle, Vice-Pres. -H. C. Humphrey, V-Pres-H. C. CUpp, Cashier G. B. Spradling, AsL C'thr. D I K ECT O Geo. Wingfield W. H. Doyle H. G. Humphrey H. C. Clapp Chaa. J. Sulisoa 150,000.00 t R S : This bank will receive deposit, buy jot sell foreign drafts, make loans and do general banking business. Interest at the Tate of 4 per cent per annum will be paid on time Certificates of Deposits and Savings Accounts. United States Depository-for Postal Saving Funds. ; AT THE EMPORIUM To Close Out BOYS' JPOaf WAISTS Ages 7 to 13 " Gts. F0 OTSJI SPOST VJSTS Men's Sport ' Shirts Sizes 14 15Y2, 16 and only 65s, $1.25 :f$1.50 HCO, EMPORIU Carson City, Nevada of You ve often heard the saying, "It pays to advertise.' That is true. And it also pays to read advertisements pays you. If you read advertisements consist ently for any length of time you will agree that this statement is also true. ' IT PAYS YOU IN MONEY SAVED. There are many real bargains offered from time to time in the advertisements that appear in the. Appeal. .Watch for them. - IT PAYS YOU IN SATISFAC TION. When a merchant asks you to come to his store he obli gates himself to sell you quality goods "as advertised." And you have a right to expect satisfac-" tion from what you buy and you get it. It pays you in the time saved. When you know exact ly what you want t6 buy and where to go to buy it, you don't have to "look around" and waste time finding, it. Do you want to save money and time? Wouldn't you like to be sure of get ing satisfactory serv ice and quality goods every time you go to a store? Then , read theadvertisements and patronize the" stores wThich can serve you best. . ' ' 3 . i i ', : i. are read ) BS people who buy., 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5