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CARSOX CITY DAILY APPEAL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, lp!9 CORRECT CLASSES There are a good many things that call be delayed until a future time, but when your eyes begin to go back on you there is no use putting the matter of glasses off. ' Every day increases the defect and makes the task of fitting you correctly a harder one. . . My optical department is equipped with a view of handling the most diffi cult as well as the simple ones. I guarantee every case, difficult, or simple. DR. W. T. McLAIN, Optometrist, Carson. , At Mrs. C W. Friend's store, where you can find Watches, Clocks and Jew: Iry; also Edison Phonographs and Re oords, where I shall be happy to play choice selections to entertain lovers of masic 4 MRS. C. W. FRIEND, Opposite Postoffice. ters. ' The governor has recently called a meeting of the highway board at which will be submitted some additional data regarding the selection of a con crete boulevard between Carson and Reno. Mrs. Herbert Coffin left last evening for Berkeley and expects to return to this city Saturday. She will be accom panied by" little Ralph Donnelly, who will spend the Christmas holidays at the Coffin home. Today was another balmy one ajid the mercury played about the 40 mark, caus ing the disappearance of a lot of snow Late this afternoon, however, it began to cloud up, the barometer started to fall and there is some indication of an j other approaching storm. ; oo BONDS WITHOUT COUPONS EXCHANGEABLE MARCH 15 mm iitt.V' CHRISTMAS People and Notes of Interest . G. S. Baker of Yerington was an ar rival in this city today. ' . Mrs. Robert F. Cole is visiting friends in the riverside city for a few days. Joe Nenzel, mining man of Humboldt county, was an arrival on the morning train from Reno. Big assortment of silverware at the Golden Jewelry store. Makes splendid gifts. Rev eran church at Gardnerville was among i November Holders of first and second"4 per cent Liberty bonds have been wondering how they were going to collect further in terest thereon. The last interest coupon on the second bonds .was redeemable November 15th- and the -last .coupon on the first bonds became payable Monday The bonds of the 1st. 2d,.:3d and 4th Liberty loans were issued as "tcmpor ary" bonds and are exchangeable as fol lows : .. , . First Liberty loan, 3x2 and 4 per cent, due December 15, 1919, exchangable for permanent bonds on March 15th. First Liberty loan, 4J4 Per cent, due tjune 15, 1920, exchangeable same date. Frederick Menzel of the Luth- I Second Liberty loan, 4 per cent, due 15, 1919, exchangable, May t X . X Fight Tuberculosis with Red Cross Christmas Seals 01 tptfe Store Open Evenings Until 9 O'clock, Beginning Wednesday Attractively Priced For Laclies Chipman Knit Silk Hosiery - White and Black, per pair..$ 1.03 the valley visitors in Carson today. Ivory sets and cut glass at the Golden 15, 1920. Second Liberty loan, A per cent, due Tewelrv store. ..Snlendid assortment to!May iy-u excnangeabie same aate. Suitable for Christmas 1 n,ra ioerty loan, ty per cent, oue i March 15, 1920, exchangeable same date. Fourth Liberty loan, 4J$ per cent, due GOOD PAPER PRESENTED select from, presents. a .u .. f t- t i ,u 5 Oct 15, 1920, exchangeable same date, effect that Miss Emma V anderlieth is j still at the coast, but her health is much improved. . A petition for letters of administra- ' tion on the estate of the late Mrs. Flora Rogers, has been filed by J. Poujade in the county clerks office. Mrs. Mook at the Leisure Hour club last evening handled 'the subject of "Child Psychology" most interestingly and an animated discussion followed. Tlip mpptitiB"; of the club this vear Mrs. Dorsey Notevvare and son, whc have been musually ull of interest. At last week's meeting Mrs. Taylor had a paper on "The Czecho-Slovak Nation" which was worthy of a much larger audience. have been spending some weeks in Cal ifornia with relatives, returned yester Hnv tr thpir Tirm in tViiQ ritv 1 j - - j - Watches, diamonds and jewelry at the Golden Jewelry store. One of the largest stocks in. the state to select from. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Holley were out going passengers last evening, bound for San Francisco. After a short stop in that city they will proceed to Los Angeles and spend the Christmas holi days with Mr. Holley's parents. Governor Boyle left for Reno this morning to attend to some state mat- NOTICE Rehearsal of American Legion orches tra at 7:30 this evening. Don't forget. LEADER. Of What Interest to Us Bt United Press SACRAMENTO. Dec 18. G. B. Daniels, former editor and publisher of the Oakland Enquirer, has been named superintendent of the state motor vehicle department. He succeeds T. J. Tehan ey, recently resigned. Stores Open Evenings Beginning with rast night both dry goods stores Gray, Reid, Wright Co., and Mrs. A. E. Thompson will be open evenings to accommodate the Christmas trade. Subscribe for the Appeal. MM Do You Own an AutomoMie? . If So Protect Your Radiator From Freezing I HOW ? BV USING JOHNSON'S FUE m PROOF One application lasts all winter. . It does not evaporate, - anil nnl1 Itaat, Aitv .1444aa f mm fvAiuniiM hnaM aota '' r" though you leave your car out doors with the thermometer 20 f degrees Deiow zero. Have Do Not Wait Until Spring to Your Car Overhauled. Bt) It Kow i Federal Tires & Tubes : . :: ii Stofage, 0 per Month ;l y Red Arrow Garros and Auto Comy MACHINE bWUf AUTU UVEKttAUMiNU REPAIRING " ' OPPOSITE STATE CAPITOL . PHONE 151 - , T. L. Hawkins, Sec'y-Treas. Geo. A. Cole, President ' Pure Silk HosieryFancy rib ; Special,, per pair $1.39 SUk Camisoles Crepe-de-Chine and Wash Satins, -embroidered and lace trimmed.:.:...i.:..$L79 "V fceorgette Crepe and Crepe-de-Chine Blouses Special! ..$6.45 Pelt Slippers Wide color range in all sizes .-.....$1.95 Boxed Handkerchiefs....... ...;.69c to $1.50 Japanese Hand - Embroidered Slippers Special $2.25 Gift Stationery 49c to $3.50 If in doubt look rjver our line of llandmade Novelties Hand Bags,. Purses, Ivory' Toilet Sets, Boudoir Caps, Gloves, etc. Crepe-de-Chine Undergarments Make your gift selection from our dainty assortment of Gowns, Chemise, Negligees and Cami soles. Attractively priced. Silk Waistings In assorted stripes; special . $1.89 60-in Jap Lunch Cloths First quality; fast colors; special $2.35 For Men and Young Men Bath Robes Make a practical gift for all the year around wear $8.95 to $15.00 Men's Silk Shirts..$7.50 to $12.00 Madras Shirts Russian cords in assorted stripes; $4.25 values, at - $3.65 Silk Neckwear New holiday colorings 50c to $3.00 Men's Initial Handkerchiefs Three to the box 50c Pure Linen Handkerchiefs... .45c Silk Handkerchiefc..45c to $1.00 Garter Sets, Belts, etc . ..50c to $1.75 Sweaters $4:50i $15.00 Driving Gloves......$2.00 to $6.00 Traveling Bags....$8.50 to $25.00 Pajamts $3.00 to $6.00 Men's Kid Slippers Several styles in Black and Brown..$3.50 For Little Folks Children's Bath Robes ....$2.45 to $6.00 The new "Patsy" Rompers and .Creepeft .. .$1.75 to $3.98 Infant's Corduroy Coats.. $7.95 and $8.95 Infants' White Cashmere Coats Hand-emproidered .- , ' . $5.48 to $8.95 Hand-embroidered Silk Com forters $3.75 to $6.48 Wool Toques and Tarns ... 39c to $255 -Infants 'Bootees and Mittens 25c to 75c Toys ! Toys ! We have received an additional shipment of Games, Dolls, Doll Buggies, Coasters, Kiddie Kars, Drums, etc. -Boys' Flannel Blouses In Grey and Khaki $1.65 -Children's Books ...65c to $1.50 The Dolls That Girls Love . . - t -Pansy Doll A really, truly baby Doll, with eyes that move and eyelashes,. too; several sizes $4.95 to $12:90 Merchandise Orders Issued for Any Amount I Our Assortment of Gift Merchandise is Complete MADE THE KIDS HAPPY Santa Claus, with all his habiliments of rank, arrived on the early train from Reno, and for an hour before noon and again later in the day, at the store of the Gray, Reid, Wright company, he distributed toys and nicnacs to the lit tle ones of Carson.. Santa, who will be the guest of Man ager Baron during his stay in this city, was a welcome visitor and the kids were mighty glad to see him. Weekly Resume of Nevada Conditions TAMALBS Real chicken, with rich, red gravy and pure corn meal. Made clean and daily by DIGNON. Phone S01. n7-tf FOR RENT Nicely furnished house, north end Division street, inquire of Fred Wild er, north end Minnesota street. nl7-lw I WIS ! x A new - let- of Georgette . -vaista, Crede-de-chine waists, j I - - - j; Voile waists, Bath-robes and 't ' i j; Flannelette kimonas. ; l GEE HING COMPANY. ; K'l't't X X I A. L I t vll Liae of I Xt Mas Novelties X Including Neckwear, Petti- X coats. Handkerchiefs. Etc. - ; Circe Block, Carson City Tonopah Lone Star mine at Gold field to resume sinking of Hartley- shaft in spring. Eight feet of ore averaging $100 to the ton exposed in Arrowhead mine. " Goldfield Twelve-inch ore streak as saying $3,600 opened by Goldfield De velopment company. Reno New publication to be issued under head of "Nevada Stockgrower." Virginia City Concordia-Comstock mine to install larger hoist Manhattan White Caps company gives employes 25 cents per day in crease. Winnemucca Valley View mining group in Santa Rosa range to be de veloped on large scale. Tonopah Round Mountain camp working 100 men, general activity un der way. Belcher Extension opens 12-inch vein assaying $800. Goodsprings Bill Nye mine ships car of vanadium ore assaying 5.3 per cent. Annex ships 50-ton car silver-leacC thorough development planned. Tonopah Darms Coal Mining com pany to push developments on property. Mfna- -Simon North Contract Mines company to spend $15,000 on develop ment work. Virginia City Consolidated Virginia opens $300 ore on 2,150 level. Goldfield Big merger of district properties completed, development on large scale, planned. Mina Marietta ore strike continuing to make good, ore assaying $500 opened. ; Winnemucca Rochester Mines com pany establishes percentage bonus sys tem for employes. Yerington Nevada Coal and Oil company makes successful experimental run. Fallon Telephone company to ex- See Bat Express vork: of all kinds, trunk ind baggage hauled to and from 'eoot. Bath. Phone 941. j22-tf Latest telegraphic news in the Appeal furniture Moved tend lines to local oil fields. Goldfield Unusually rich ore opened on fourth level in Combination mine. Battle Mountain Quicksilver' Mines company makes shipment of thirteen flasks. Fallon Undergoing boom, housing housing people is becoming a problem. Tonopah Tonopah Extension com pany to run hotel as boarding house for employes. Tonopah West End Consolidated Mining company pays $89,424.30 dividend. GOD ALONE KNOWS WHAT SHE SUFFERED ! Goldendale, Wash. "I wish to tell in my own way about Dr. Pierce's medi cines. In the vear 1902, in January, I was taken pick with vomiting. Nothing I would stay an my j stomach at all, not ' even adrink of t water and God i alone knows what l8Uffered,and along I in June or July my leys bothered f me. i cot so weak ; See Bath for the moving of all kinds of articles, from " Valises to quaru I could hardly walk around the house, but had to go aa my three children were small then. Finally I got Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and took two bottles and today I have no stomach trouble whatever. Whenever I feel bad I go and get the Pleasant Pellets or some of Dr. Pierce's medicines and it always helps me soon." Mrs. G M. Peffeks, Route 3. "After suffering pain, feeling nervous, dhszy, weak and dragged down by weak nesses of my sex my eyes sunken, black circles and pale cheeks I was restored to health by the Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pierce." So write many women. Changed too in looks, for after taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the skin becomes clear, the eyes brighter, the cheeks plump. Druggists sell it in tablets or liquid. Jt's a woman's best temperance tonic, made from wild roets. "CUXE OF BAD. BL000. STOMACH, K1DKET AND NERVOUS TROUBLES" Seattle, Wash.: "I was in a general Tun-down condition. Had bad blood, titoraach trouble, kidney -trouble ana nuffered from nervousness. 1 took three 'jottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and a few bottles of Dr. i'ierce's Favorite Prescription and was completely cured and have never been i iok a day since." Mas. Mast lissmss, A considerable portion, of tl e tune of a person, or of a ftunily, as spent at the Table where the household meal are served. Not only is good taste satisfied but good appetite and good digestion and therefore good health are promoted, by the sight of beautiful and appropriate things on the table. 'No need ta tell yon that the articles named! are beautiful, or that they are otf the best and most serviceable qua Jity, when you read the list below. Every makeifs name is a guar antee. If you would adorn your own table, or n lake a gift, COME AND SEE: Casseroles, Limoges Chinu, Haviland Chin a, Royal Doulton China, .Electric Grills, Electric Toasters, Universal Perc olators, Clark's Cut Gllass, . Community Sil- rer Carving Sets. For Table E'ecoratins: LIBBY'S AMBEEINA. "an old friend with a new name, ' " is Com potes, Vases, etc. I have also some new pi ecesf and sets in fine China, painteel by the hands of leading. artists. Ed. jTWa!sh Carson City, NerSi Efficient Service by Mi lit COAL IN AWT OUAWT.irT We are prepared to faraifcii best grades of coal in any quantity Orders left with Chas. Taylor or CEfereace Rucdy will receive prompt atVetation, HOBART ESTATE t. By W. H.. Kyser. ' Phone 841 : m. Read the Appeal for the latest hap M-M-lM. H M M 1 1 1 M t M M M M M tte mills. " Phone 941. t . . ; j6-tf I y37 27th Ave. penings, both at home and abroad.