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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, FRIDAY, -JANUARY 30, 1920
9 PeopSzad Kates of Interest MEETING CALLED OF HIGHWAY CONTRACTORS To outline plans of work and to dis- Mrs. Ed Malley was a passenger on I cuss wavs an(j means of expediting con- the morning train, returning from a two weeks' visit to coast points. Tom Huston, Underwood representa tive returned today from an overnight visit to Minden and Gardnerville. Don't miss the dinner to be served at the annual dance of the Relief Corps, February 12th. The corps ladies are sure some cooks. W. V. Booher, former member of the struction of Nevada highways C L. Cottrell. state highway engineer, has written the different contractors now di recting work throughout the state, to meet in Reno on February 13th. Mr. Cottrell's letter is as follows: "This department is very anxious that all persons now engaged in contsruct- ing our state highways and all of those who may possibly desire to bid upon our work in the future, have a thorough SHE WOULD CRY DAY AFTER DAY Miss Sanchez Was Unable to Put Foot .. .On Floor When She Began Taking Tanlac Ipaiclatiirp and wpll Ifnmvn here, has been appointed to the city council of understanding of everything pcrtain.ng F.lko to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of C. E. Williams. ; Abe Cohn, who left here aljout three weeks ago for San Francisco for medi cal treatment, returned this morning. He states his health is much improved and his general appearance surely indi cates it. Former Governor D now superintendent of Federal prisons with headquarters in Washington, was an arrival this morning from the na tional capital. He was accompanied by Mrs. Dickerson, who had gone to San Francisco to meet him. ' Governor Boyle, who has been paying ' an official visit to Clark county, was to day reported to be in the Muddy valley country. He is scheduled to be in Ton opah, Monday and after a day in that camp will return to this cty to prepare his message for the incoming legisla ture, which will meet on Saturday, Feb ruary 7th. thereto including the submission of bids, furnishing of bonds, inspection, in terpretation of plans and specifications, progress payments . and completion of work. To this end and to consider any sug gestions which those who are now doing jur actual construction work or those who are about to bid upon it may care S. Dickerson, I tr m,i(f a meetinc has been set for Fri- day, February 13th, at 10 a. m.; Reno Chamber of Commerce, Reno, Nevada, and you are invited to be present. Arrangements have been made to se- The wonderful recovery of Miss Lucy Sanchez, 16 year old daughter of Mrs. L. Sanchez, residing at 2030 Imeprial street, Los Angeles, has been the cause of considerable surprise and comment in their settlement, recently. This voune lady, according to her statement, had been almost helpless with sciatic rheumatism for nearly a year. About two months ago, after failing to find relief from other sources, she re sorted to the Master Medicine, Tanlac, with the result that she is now as strong, well and happy as if she had never had a touch of rheumatism. "Last Christmas," said she, "I could .lot lift my head an inch from the pil low, but now I ain well and strong and ;eel so glad and happy over what Tan lac has done for me that I am just tell ng everybody about it. ' A year ago down at the paper factory where 1 was working, a pain came in my left hip and soon got so severe I had. to quit t work entirely. In December I took to HAVE IT MADE TO MEASURE NTTONATIONM. IAILORIMCi CO- M MY '..The ght Way We say "Have It Made to Measure" be cause that is the right way to buy clothes. Its the best for results for proper fit-for good workmanship and to get something to suit your own personal taste, and the cost is really less nuhen comparison of quality is considered. See our wonderful new Spring Fabrics Guaranteed All Wool Official Resident Merchant for International Tailoring :ure moving pictures or ruaa consiruc- y 1)d am RUyed thcre for six wecks lion in ouicr jictuuus ui mc umiin;, particularly to show the most economic al methods of doing road work. "Anticipating your presence and co operation to the end that this meeting may be a success. I am, very truly vours. "C. C. COTTRELL, "State Highway Engineer." MOVE ON TO FIGHT CAPITAL PUNISHMENT By United Pressl CHICAGO, Jan. 30. "Abolish capital punishment and fewer murders will be committed," Judge Robert E. Crowe, of the criminal court here declared. "Why it is I cannot say but Chicago courts can only convict 50 per cent of those charged with murder. Eighty per cent of those charged with other crimes art convicted. The only reason I can see for this is the jury. The jury, when a murder case faces them become worried over the probable long impanelment and in order to shorten it they fail to return a conviction for the culprit. "A remedy for this is do away with capital punishment and fix the sentence for all such cases at life imprisonment. When I sentence a man to hang now it is because it is the only sure way to prevent a recurrence of the crime. As it is now, if a murderer is sentenced to life imprisonment the term is rarely served. After a few years the case comes up be fore a pardn board, anfl the defendant is released. So when 1 say do away with capital punishment, include the par don board. Then when a murderer is sentenced to life imprisonment, life it will be. A person with murder in his heart will think twice before he com mits crime if he knows life imprison ment is the punishment GRADUATING EXERCISES This afternoon. commencing at 1 :30. the commencmcnt exercise of the pupils graduating from the grammar school "nto the high, were held in assembly Wall. The program arranged was as fol lows : 1. Plav. "Teacher. Kin I Go Home?" Song by audience. Reading of class paper. Reading of 'Tuturegraphs." Graduation exercises: (a) S.'iig. "Star Spangled Banner." Recitation. Song, "That Wonderful Moth er of Mine." Presentation of diplomas. Song, "America," by graduat ing class. Those receiving diplomas were: Horn- 2. 3. 4. 5. (b) (c) (d) (e) j under treatment for rheumatism, but got worse. The, pain extended from my hip to my toes and kept me in agony all the time. I could not turn over in bed without help and if I coughed or sneez ed the pain was so severe I thought it would kill me. Latter I got up. but had to use crutches, for 1 was drawn over until I looked like a cripple and could not put my foot on the floor. 1 just could not straighten up and was so mis erable that I would just cry all day long day after dav. I was awfully blue and discouraged because I felt sure, af ter all the treatment and medicines I took did not help me, I was never going to get well. I had no appetite at, all and was so weak I could not even lift a chair, ami mv pain was so intense that I could not sleep. 'Xow, this is just the condition I was in when I read a testimonial from a lady whom Tanlac had relieved of rheu matism and gut my aunt to go to town and get me a bottle. Well, before halt that first bottle was gone my pain be gan to leave me. I have taken three bottles now and am doing all the house work, sweeping and everything, and every sign of the rheumatism has left ! me. 1 have thrown the crutches away- fur I don't need them anv more. I can er Smith. Move iiel l. tjlenn Ke v. sl"'B""- ur ,,m vl .w..u.,v. .- Franklin Riley. Tom Brady, Jim Clan- j 1 ever c"ul(1 and that is certainly a i hnnm rl-i i -hti it- 'i nirl flint In i: l.wifi cy, uester Mnnn, L,eno .nnreoni, Aierie ; "riv ,-"Q"e.1 " ,-" Peters. Anna Louise Shaughnessy, i al1 "P tor ten months. My appetite is Lloyd Darrington and Vera Garrett. 'just fine and I have tlready gained five . : oo j pounds in weight. My parents feel as Joe McF.eachin, former United States ! grateful as I do for my recovery and marshal, but now representing a Sacra- jail the neighbors are talking about that mento commercial house, was in Carson wonderful medicine. Tanlac." today interviewing customers and vis- Tanlac is sold in Carson City by iting old-time friends. Charles L. Kitzmeyer. After LaGrippe Troubles of Stomach and Liver Los Ancelcs. Calif.: "I will cladly tell of the relief and cure Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery pave me. te 1 was sick with lkc trouDiesoistomacn. lrf liver, etc., and La i 1 Grippe with all its attending ailments. When all else failed Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery did the good work. I also took Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for biliousness with grand success. I write with gratitude to tell others of the relief that is in store for them. Do not delay but hasten to get the above remedies if suffering from any indisposition."- Samcel Kaliskt, 97S Euclid A ;t. Sick-Headache, Indigestion, Biliousness Stoekton. Calif.: "For constipation, I for sick headache, for an inactive liver, for indigestion and biliousness, there is nothing to equal Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. 1 have tried other things but like the 'Pellets' best of any." Mas. F. Caxfield, 329 S. Grant St. V "h- " 'Mr 'Mr T MrJT Row Is the Time i To do Spring Sewing. 2 It we haven t in stock what you want will get it for you. ! MRS. A. E. Circe Block, Carson City Just Arrived t A new lot of Georratte I o X -vaists, Crede-de-chine waists, t Voile waists, Bath-robes and Flannelette kimonas. ... .e . e ,e, ,f. , , , -. jt. .a. .. f T" " " w V V V WW V V V TTTTf Buried Today Word was received in this city yes terday of the death of A. 1). Bell at Ogdon. Utah. Mr. Bell was the hus band of Margaret Sweeney, a sister of Mrs. George Sanford and Mrs. George Lammon. The funeral took place this afternoon. Will Auction Baby to Secure It a Home ES MEBC EIXETS FOR THE LIVER Mrs. Skeehan's Rheumatism Recipe for All Blood Dis eases. : Made of herbs. Nature's reme dy to throw oft uric acid not ex pelled by the skin, kidneys and bowels. If you will write me personally and briefly stating your case, no matter of how long standing, 1 will give you the benefit of my experience as nurse in the study of rheumatism and all blood dis eases. Send for sample bottle. Address : Mrs. Skeehan, 217 Russ Bldg. 255 Montgomery St.. San Francisco. Calif., inclosing $2.50: or apply to your dealer. Regular price. S3. Special rates to jobbers and druggists. GEE HING COMPANY. T - Dr. W. T. McLain ! ...Optometrist... Eyes Examined and Glasses Fitted Carson St., Opp. Postoffice RANCH FOR SALE Eighty acres, four miles southeast oL, Carson. Price, $11,0J0. Apply at this office. j8-lm See Bata COAL IN ANY QUANTITY Attractive Prices ... are offered on a new lot of the very neat, useful and durable ware which ia familiarly known as Guernsey Look at these, at 10c to 35c: . - We are prepared to furnish best grades of coal in any quantity. Orders left with Chas. Taylor or Clarence Ruedy will receive prompt attention. HOBART ESTATE CO., By V. H. Keyser. Phone 841 ml-t. IN EFFECT FEB. 1, 1920 express work of all kinds, trunki and baggage hauled to and front Bath. Phon 941. j22-tf NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the District Court of the First Judi cial District of the State of Nevada In and for the County of Ormsby. Notice to Creditors and of Appoint ment of Administrator. "Mtn may come and men may go," bu with "Whiz Gear-Life" your auto will go on forever. MINERAL SERVICE STATION. WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach-Kidneys-Heart-Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world's stand-' ird remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles GOLD MEDAL Because of the high prices of raw ma terial, we. the undersigned, are compell ed to raise our prices, including war tax, as follows : Cones $ .10 Plain ice cream IS Sundaes 20 Specials 30 Chop sueys 25 I In the Matter of th Etat nf lTlr ltf Milk shake 20 Rogers, Deceased. Plain sodas 10 ! ... . , , ; . Ice cream sod is 1 ; I -Not,ce ,s hereby given that the under- lce cream sodas " signed has this day been duly appointed Ice Cream In Pails 'and qualified by the District Court of Vz pt 20 the First Judicial district of the state 1 pt 30 M Nevada, in and for the county of i nt , Ormsby, as administrator of the estate i qt. ... of Flora X. Rogers, deceased. Ice Cream Packed In Ice All creditors having claims aeainst j 1 qt 75 i said estate are required to file the same 2 qt : 1.25 i w,tf Proler vouchers and statutory affi- 3 qt. 1.80 , All ice cream packed in ice $2 a gal j Ion straight. I V. E. DIGXON. ! C. M. SMOOT, j KELLY & LINDSAY. jj29-hv Handled Egg Cups, Pudding Dishes, Bakers Casseroles, Custards, And these, at 40c to $1.00: Bean Pots, Stew Kettles Ed. J. Walsh Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc. Carson City, Nevada Efficient Service hy Mail. Th National Remedy of Holland for centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilhel rxiina. At all druggists, three sizes. Look lor tb name Cold Medal oa rary bes mmd accept bo hnitariw j KOLSUM BUEAD davit attached, with the clerk of said court, within three months after the first publication of this notice, if not they w ill be barred bv the statute. ; Dated this 27th dav of December, A. D.. i 11,11 JOHN H. GIF.S. Administrator. Date of first publication. Jan. 2, 1920-4iri DAXIF.L K. MORTON, Clerk. " J. POUJADE, Attorney for Administrator. Made clean. . clean, sold clean, delivered - - DIGNON, Carson, Nev. NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR SALE v.-. :k .'.'.x- v. a-.vr NEW YORK, Jan. 28. This telegraphed picture shows Edward Karl Harrison, two weeks' old, whose father died more than six months ago, after serving his country in the navy, and whose moth-, til. ii rr 1J l.:i.l j. i 11.. 11 1 rr, wiiii auuiner j-year-um nnm, euiiuot support, ine new DaDy, SO has offered him to the highest bidder, not the highest cash bidder, of course. The mother wants the baby to get a comfortable home, meanwhile, the mother will cling to him tenderly for two months at least. The baby will be taken care of in the infantorium of the Flower hospital. The mother has to work as a saleswoman in a store. Leishman Telegraphed Picture Service. WOMEN! Do You Want to Be Well Dressed and SAVE MONEY? Do you know that you can have pretty, stylish clothes in spite of present high prices? Our Spring BaDetin Tells Yon How It b FREE Write For It Tells you how to cut clothes costs and at the same time have attractive clothes. Send us your name and address on a Postal Card and you will receive Bulletin by return maiL City Dye Works 3000 Central Atmt Lea Angeles (Largest and Finest Cleaning and Dye ing Establishment on the Pacific Coast) Notice is herely given that the Board of County Commissioners for Ormsliy county, Nevada, will icceive bids for tkc j following items in the construction of a courthouse building at Carson City, Ne vada, according to official plans and specifications, on file with said Board of County Commissi mers : 1 C.eneral construction . 2. Plumbing and heating. 3. Oil equipment, ! Drawings and specifications mxy he ! secured at the office of F. J." DeLong- icliamps. architect. Reno. Nevada., Tropcrtv at corner 5th and Minnesota I deposit of ?1U.00 will be required streets. Enquire of Mrs. Henry Elliott, i r ea.clJ set-of drawings and specifica- ,,, , , . , . t, ,- ,n,tl""s taken irom the architects office. 944 est 1st street, Reno, Nev. j22-.i0 p:(is w;u 1,- r,.rt.;Ved at tho nfflr, r.f I " Z Z T I 7Z 7 I T i tne rlk of the Board of County Com- Read the Appeal for the latest hap- missioners at Carsrtn CitVi Xevid. not I pcnings, both at home and abroad. ' later than 10 a. m. on February 5, 1920. I- i All 1 IA; t,.,11 1... cl,. is itMxgn v jvaiv. a c nvelojHf Block of city property, situated north east and contiguous to the Capitol J grounds. Desirable home and building j ! sues, for terms and particulars, see or I address. j j24-tf E. H. BATH, Carson, Nev. ! FOR SALE HAT AND GRAIN In any quantity. Besi in the market Also all kinds of chicken feed. Orden promptly delivered. Phone 1511. f7-tf JOHN RUBKE. SONGS ARRANGED Words or music written. Music plates. j printing knd designs. Prompt and reas onable. Cede: Morgan. Mason Opera J House Bldg, I.rs Angeles, Calif. n22 snail he sealed tn opaque and addressed to Board of County Commissioners. Carson City Nevada, and marked. "Bid for Court house Building." Each bid shall le ac companied by a certified check amount ing to at least 5 per cent of the amount of the hid.1 The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Authorized this 24th day of January, 1920. by the Board of County CommiS' sioners nf Ormsby county. Nevada DANIEL E. MORTON. Today's telegraphic news is found in , FHcS fTlSST 1 today's Appeal not tomorrow's. 'Last publication February 4, 1920.