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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1919 " I t The car with the Ramshorn Hot Spot Motor. If you are in-, terested in a good car at a reas onable price come in and see us.' We are also agents for the Chev rolet, Maxwell and Reo cats. X Chalmers Chevrolet Maxwell ...$857 II1M T i Cad Se-tvise Stetb rm w I Okv o T . J . Carson St, Near Telegraph . Wet Washing WASHING AND IRONING Lace Curtain a Specialty GIVE US A TRIAt Laundry Called for and Delivered Phone 12 13 WOOD AND COAL Orders for wood and coal now re ceived. Prompt delivery. Phone 1511. f7-tf JOHN RUBKE. Subscribe for the Appeal. Patent Medicines Perfumes Photographic Supplies Face Powders Toilet Soap ; Kodaks YES? Then get .them from J. A. MULLER I Druggist, Opposite P. O. H MM r curran & Phipps I Plumbers an4 Tinners Cooking, Heating and Gas Stoves On Hand CARSON STREET i - . Next to Capital Garage 'PHONE 436 Order Direct When you want wood or coal phont direct to John Rubke. He will supply your wants. Call up 1511. fl-tf Read the Appeal tor the events the day they happen. Read the Appeal for the latest in world events. 4 j j Carson Valley Bank j I Carson City : Nevada X CAPITAL, FULLT PAID $50,000.00 .OFFICERS George Wiagfield, Pres. W. H. Doyle, Vice-Pres. H. G. Humphrey, V-Pres-H. C. Clapp, Cashier G. B. Spradling, Ast C'shr. DIRECTORS Geo. Wingfield W. H. Doyle ' H. G. Humphrey H. C. Clapp Chas. J. Rulison 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. to Edward T: Patrick LAWYER Rooms 3 4 Carson Valley Bank Building CARSON CITY, NEVADA . All classes of business Practice in all courts DR. C. R. VON RADESXT Physician and Surgeon Office : East Second St, near Carson St Office Hours: 1 to 3; 7 to 8 ' CARSON CITY NEVADA Latest telegraphic news in the Appeal. WARREN E. BALDY Attorney at Law Office : Carson Valley Bank Bld'g CARSON CITY NEVADA HOMER M00NEY Attorney at Law Carson Valley Bank Building ; Phone Res 511 Hours 8 to 10 a. m., 5 to 7 p. m. MINERVA R. COOPER CHIROPRACTOR' at tht Catton house 508 Ormsby St, Phone t625, Carson, Nev. Subscribe for the AppeaL Popular Prices and Service Are the Demands of the Day HHMI H M H HIMlM'il t ij J IMM I'M HH H M M M M THAT'S WHY Hotel Sutter S. FRANCISCO is patronized by the discriminating Management George Warren Hooper JOHN SCHULLER , Chimney Sweep All work done promptly and" thor oughly. Call up Golden West hotel, Carson City. n21-tf HAT AND GRAIN In any quantity. Best in the' market Also all kinds of chicken feed. Orders promptly deliver ;L Phone 1511. . L 7-tf JOHN RUBKE. mm 500 Samples to Pick From Have Your Su oOrde r Let us take your measurement at once so you can get the best and larger assortment to pick from ' Prices 25 to 65 Full lane Ready Blade Suits In All Patterns ' ' $25 to 37.50 Everything in men's wear for fall being received . daily LINE OF BOYS' SIZES, 7 to 15, at $12.50 Joseph Smyth THIRD RED CROSS ROLL CALL Novmbir 2 f 11. 1919 Tim to Rt-Jotn Wood and Coal Coal that burns and leaves no clink ers at Rubke's. Plenty of wood also on hand. Phone 1511. fl-tf SONGS ARRANGED Words or music written. Music plates, printing and designs. Prompt and reas onable. Code: Morgan. .Mason Opera House Bldg, Los Angeles. Calif. n22 RANCH FOR SALE Improved 100 acres irrigable, with X water from government irrigation proj-i ect, on Swingle Bench, twelve miles west from Fallon, Nevada. Best loca tion for orchard in state. Good crop every year. Five large Percheron mares; registered Duroc-Jersey hogs; farm machinery, etc Will be in Carson City for a few days' only. Over Midler's drug store. j3-tf C. V. EGGLESTON. Virginia & Truckcc Railway ' - .General Offices, Caraon City, Nev. A. M. ARDERY.- General Manager ' , & C BIGELOW, ; H. L. GRIFFITHS, General Passenger Agent , General Freight Agent SALESMEN - Side Line Salesmen We have an at tractive line1 of premium assortments for .ive salesmen. Commission from $5 to $20 per order. If you want an up-to-date line, write today. CANFIELD MFG CO, 4003 Broadway St., Chicago, 111. " 1 ' : Mixed I Pass. I ) December 15, 1919 No.1 No. 3 I No. 5 . x No. 4 J No. 2 Mls ' Pass. Mixed Motor I m p. m. a. m. p. m. a. m. 1:30 8:35 0 Lv Reno ": Ar 6:30 10:50 , 2.-05 9.-00 11 Steamboat 6:04 10:22 2:25 9:16 17 Washoe 5:51 10:05 . 2:40 927 21 Franktown 5:40 9:51 3:15 9:50 31 Ar Carson City Lv ,5:15 9:10 3:50 10:00 31 Lv Carson City Ar 5:05 8:50 4:40 10:45 41 " Mound House 4:40 8:10 5:22 11:17 50 . Gold Hill 4:11 7:26 5:35 11:27 52 Ar .Virginia Lv 4:00 .7:15 1 i No. 18 "No. 16 - No. 15 No. 17 Mixed Mixed ....... - Mixed Mixed ' '. p. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. 325 10:00 0 Lv Carson City Ar M2.10 4:5S -3:36 10:12 4 , Stewart 11:58 4:44 4:05, 10:40 15 Ar Minden, Lv 11:30 4:15 Dally Connecting at Reno and Mound House with Southern Pacific ("V md at Mjnden 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 , Ps?ngers for Masonic leave Minden Tuesdays and Thursdays, remaining . . O . r - . r : ir i A i fljrcsiwwr uyci ihkui, arriving mi masonic un vvcuiicsuays ana n loayv. I CI W. L TAYLC3 t I JESSIE H. TAYIO t - -exists j t Eyes Extmined and Glasses t f tinea. 4 ' t ANY LENS DUPUCATEO y T Thoma-Bigelow Building, Reno, Nev: 4 : See Bata ,. . ;:;.,.., For the movins - of furniture. hnn- hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc Phone 941. j6-tf "Men may come and men may go," bat with "Whis Gear-Life" yonr auto will go on forever. MINERAL SERVICE STATIOST. It Pays to Real 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 to buy and where to go to buy it, you don't have to "look around" and waste time finding it. Bo you want to save money and time? Wouldn't you like to be sure f get ing satisfactory serv ice and quality goods every time you go to a store? Then read the advertisements and patronize the stores which can serve you best. - are read ; by people whobuy.