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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920
Pewit arJ EtM tawi AT THE CHUB' Mrs. Henrietta Riker was among the morning arrivals from the riverside city. Miss Sade Grant of the Carson News force is confined to her home with a severe cold. Mrs. E. M. Sullivan was a departure on the early train this morning for a day's visit in Reno. Miss May McNamara and Mrs. James Larson of Empire were Carson visitors today. Charles Stewart is over from Reno spending the week-end with his father and sisters. Steve Belli had the misfortune a day or so since to fall and fracture one of the bones of the left lower arm. Miss Helen Greeley of Lowell, Ariz., arrived on the morning train for a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Ed Malley. Miss Marie Benjamin, one of the teachers in Carson Hi, left last night for Berkeley to spend the coming week. J. Ponjade, United States referee in bankruptcy, returned this morning from an official visit to the Washoe county metropolis. Ed Regan, former sheriff of this coun ty, was an arrival on the morning train from Reno, where he is now engaged in business. Miss Blanche Lothrop, member of the Carson City high school faculty, was an outgoing passenger on last evening's train. Miss Elizabeth Harcourt, teacher in the local grammar school, left last even ing for the coast to spend the Easter vacation with her sister, Miss Blanche. Dr. R. Richardson, superintendent of the state asylum at Sparks, was an ar rival on the morning train to attend a meeting of the asylum directors. Miss Verla Meyers, who is attending the San Francisco normal school, is spending the Easter vacation in this city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Meyers. Mrs. Lucy Crowell has returned from San Pedro, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 o'clock. "That last week in Jerusalem and Bethany." H. H. McCREERY, Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH Palm. Sunday Blessing and distri bution of the Palms at 10:30 a. m., to be followed by mass. Sunday school after mass. Evening devotions at 7:30. Holy Week services will be announced later. i THOS. E. HORGAN, Pastor, j ST. PETER'S CHURCH Services for Palm Sunday will be as follows Holv Communion, 8 a. m. Sun day school, 10 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon. "A Politician's Temptation and How He Met It," at 11 a. m. All are cordially invited. ' C. S. MOOK, Rector. METHODIST CHURCH Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Palm Sunday sermons and music. Morning service. 11 to 12. Epworth League at 5:45. Evening service at 7 :30. Special service Thursday evening at 7 :30. Ser mon and Sacrament of the Lord's Sup per. Good Friday service at 2:30 p. m. J. L. COLLINS, Pastor. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE STOCK IN THE II Elf ADA PROTECTIVE HIUIHG AHD INVESTMENT COMPANY mm an, ran The further sale of Nevada Protective stock at 5 cents per share is limited to 50,000 shares, of which more than one-half has already been subscribed for. Nevada Protective stock at this price is certain to advance from 300 to 500 per cent within a few months. The Nevada Protective Company has the indorsement of state officials, business and professional men and of the press of Carson City. To insure delivery at 5 cents you should place your order or make your reservation without delay. Address or call on E. R. Argersinger, General Manager, P. O. Box 245, Carson City, Nev.; Office: Arlington Hotel; phone 1821. i At the regular meeting of the Chris-. tian Science society in Odd Fellows hall Sunday morning at 11 o'clock the , subject or the lesson-sermon win De j 'Reality." Sunday school at 10 o'clock tor all under the age, ot M. Wednesday evening meetings, which in clude testimonies of healing through Christian Science, are at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extended to all to ttcnd the meetings. Free literature; also books from the circulating library may be obtained. LUTHERAN CHURCH Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock Lutheran divine services will be held at Odd Fellows hall. The pastor will base his sermon thoughts on a Passion text recorded Matthew 27:16-22. The sub ject will be: "Jesus or Barrabas." Af ter the sermon also Holy Communion will be administered. All communi cants are requested to announce them- where she was called by the selves before the beginning of services. sickness and death of her sister, Mrs. Bessie Mightls. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Fletcher yester day received word of the birth of a son to Dr. and Mrs. Hrfrold Fletcher. This is the second grandchild in the family. Hymen Cohn, who has been in San Francisco the past month receiving med ical treatment, returned to his home in this city this morning. He is much im proved in health. Hugh O'Connor, deputy in the inter nal revenue office at' San Francisco, re turned to the city last evening, after a several days' stay in Carson as a wit ness in a Federal court case. Forest Sawyer of the United States marshal's office will leave the coming week for McNeils island with a couple of prisoners convicted at the recent term of the Federal court. The trip will be made by steamer from San Francisco to Seattle. NOTICE TO VOTERS If your name does not appear on the registry list for the year 1918 you will have to register at once if you want to vote at the' coming bond issue election. Attention is again called to my stock of fish dried, canned, pickled and smoked. The items priced below are only a few of the many excellent things in my stock. A personal visit will be well re paid. Smoked Bloaters, 3 for 25c Norway Herring in Tomato. Sauce, can 10c Marshall Kippered Herring.. can 40c Norway Mackerel in Bor- delaise Sauce, 2 cans for .25c 5 Sapco Mackerel in Mustard Sauce, can 20c Sapco Channel Mackerel, can.. 20c Cod Roe, can.. .. 20c Tl . - . J O I 1 . 1 i ire coiiiirnmiion ar.u ounuav suiw i classes meet immediately upon the close of the services, xou are cordially in vited. FREDERICK H. MENZEL, Pastor, oa Where Wood's Campaign Expenses Come From Continued from Page One took to raise $600,000 to be used to bring about the nomination of Gen. Wood. 2. That John T. King, the Republi can boss of southern Connecticut and ! national committeeman from that state, j was retained by Gen. Wood and Hanna ; to manage the Wood campaign, and did j so up to two months ago, when he re- Ed. J. Walsh Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc. Carson City Nevada Efficient Service by MaiL tired in favor of W. C. Procter, the ; Cincinnati millionaire soap manufactur er, who is now in command of the Wood forces. j 3. That King, while acting as poli- tical manager for Gen. Wood, raised and disbursed $101,000 contributed by Gen. Wood's personal friends, on a promissory note negotiated by him, and $11,000 which he (King) personally, provided and for which he was reim btu sed. j 4. That the underwriting of the Wood boom was to have been $1,000,000, f made up of contributions of $100,000 each by ten men, and that the most definite information is that $20,000 of , each contribution has thus far been j made. " t 5. ' That all of the contributions sought and actually made came from men connected with railroad, banking, oil, life insurance, public utility and other transportation and industrial cor porations, the aggregate investment of which is in excess of $1,000,000. ' While it would probably require an im-estigation-' to determine tlie exact amount of contributions made to pro mote the Wood presidential boom, the World is in possession of information which shows that the gentlemen named herewith participated in the underwrit ing of the Wood syndicate: Edward L. Dohency, president of the Mexican Petroleum company and offi cer and director in other oil companies, railroads and banks, with an aggregate capital and investment of $500,000,000. Ambrose Monel, officer and director in nickel, phosphate, motor, steel, hank and other corporations. with an aggre gate capital of more than $215,000,000. Harry F. Sinclair, head of the Sin clair Oil and Refining company and other corporations and officer and di rector in many corporations, baseball promoter and racing commissioner nf .Yew York state, whose interests total more than $250,000,000. H. M. Bylleshy, officer and director in twenty-nine transportation, light, heat, power, oil, steel and other corpor ations in the middle and far western states, the aggregate capital stock of which exceeds $200,000,000. W. B. Thompson, copper magnate, di- Ml I IpllIP ftCf 3 hCartV J meal. wull I I P stuffy feeIiR2 I ' If if you chew vl a stick of Other benefits: to teeth breath, appetite, nerves. That's a good deal to I get for 5 cents! Sealed Tight-Kept Right AO llULvS If UOiU uJ rector in Federal Reserve bank and of ficer and director in many corporations, including the Utah and Inspiration Cop pcr companies and the Metropolitan Life Insurance company of New- York. . Dan R. Hanna, capitalist of Cleve land, Ohio, with interests involving hundreds of millions of dollars in steel, banks and lake transportation corpora tions. K. E. Smathers, capitalist of New York, promoter of racing and baseball, art connoisseur, with large financial in terests. A. A. Sprague, head of one of the largest wholesale grocery houses in Chicago and director in many corpora tions. . TO ATTORNEYS Young university man wishing to qualify in. law seeks position in attor ney's ofTcc. Splendid references. Ad dress this office. m22-lw E BUY, raise and sell fur-bearing rabbits and other fur-bearing ani mals. List what you have with us, slating your lowest prices on large Irit shipments. The Fur & Specialty' farming Co., sls-sU N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. Dak. m26-lm MtMMMMM M M M t ' Toe hn Lra As an insurance policy against crime, no safer policy was ever written than that of well lighted streets and alleys. Companies desiring revenue WITHOUT ASSUMING: RE SPONSIBILTY FOR FIRE PROTECTION, have added miles of two, three and four-inch pipe (a practice seldom followed by municipal works where revenue is secondary to service). This utilizing of the city's own good credit means less price for light, power, gas, water or other utility service. ! Don't Cuss Your Ford It is a wonderful piece of mechanism and in a class by it self. Like the human system it gets out of kilter. We will diagnose any case of Ford sickness quicker than you can tell about it, give it mechanical treatment and send you away re joicing and your Ford again running like a sewing machine. We are well equipped within our machine shop with new and special Ford machinery to do the work. All we ask is a trial to demonstrate what we claim is true. WE SOLICIT YOUR WORK AND GUARANTEE IT. Red Arrow GaraoG ana Auto Company si PHONE 1..5..1 Geo. A. Cole, President X. L. Hawkias, Sec.-Treas. CARSON CITY, NEVADA Fire leseraece James M. Leonard, Agent Cat son Valley Bank Bldg. - mT parson, mevaua Phone 5-6-1 $.AN' ST AGE A man is as old as his organs ; he can be as vigorous and healthy at 70 a3 at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with GOLD MEDAL UAY AND GKAIN In any quantity. Best ir the market Also all kinds of ch'ckrn feed. Orders promptly delivered. Phone 1511. TOURISTS Are yon coming to LOS ANCELES this Summer. Secure your accommodations in ad vance, CITY or BEACHES. Send stamp for application. RENT PAYERS' AGENCY. 1105 Kerchoff Bldg, Los Angeles, Calif. m3-30d Dr. VV. T. McLain ...Optometrist... DO YOU KNOW The world'3 standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder tnd uric acid troubles since 1596; Corrects disorders; stimulates vital organs. All druggists, three sizes. Look for the name Gold Medal on mnry box ad accept no ism tattoo . WANTED i A reed baby carriage, corduroy cur- r tains ; must be in good condition. Phone 413. ' m2-tf TAMALES! TAMALESU That in five years building costs have increased 60 per cent; furniture costs 127 per cent; clothing costs 129 per cent and the same is true of almost all other insurable property? DO YOU KNOW that insurance costs are no higher to day than they were before the war. ARE YOU PROTECTED? If not. the reputable and well estab lished FIRE INSURANCE COM PANIES I represent will do so? m3-lm JAS. T. DAVIS. Agent. MAKE POULTRY PROFITABLE with a thoroughbred flock of Shipway's high record strain Single Comb White Leghorn BABY CHICKS Strong, vigorous quality chicks that will be a source of pleasure and profit to you. Eyes Examined and Glasses Fitted Carson St. Opp. Postoffice COAL IN ANT QUANTITY 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 W. H. Keyser. Phone 841 ml-ti See Bata Express fork f all kinds, trunk and baggage hauled to and fror 'epot. Baih. Phon- 41. i22-tf Wood and Coal DO YOD WANT First-class chicken tamales, made fresh each day at DIGNON'S. mS-tf Descriptive booklet and price list free. C. R. SHIPLEY, P. O. Box 394 Santa Cruz, Cal. "Men may come and men may go," bu with "Whiz Gear-Life" your auto will go on forever. MINERAL SERVICE STATION. ANNUAL STATEMENT of the REMINGTON TYPEWRITER COMPANY The latest news? Then subscribe for the uaily Appeal. Telegraphic news Pbone 941. For the year ending December 31, 1919 c n..-. , capital siock auuiun;u iw.iw.uu See Batn I Capital stock issued 15.000.00 For the moving of furniture, house- j Surplus 9,613.55 hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc, REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. j6-tf ml6-lw Coal that burns ard leaves no clink ers at Rubke's. Plenty of wood also on hand. -Phone 151 1. 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, Calit n22 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION SERIAL MO. 08547 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Carson City, Nevada, March 16, 1920. Notice is hereby given that Madeleine Uhart, of Carson City, Nevada, who, on Mav 20, 1914. made desert-land en try, No. 08547. for WJ4SWJ4, section 20, township 16 north, range 21 east. Mount Diablo meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make final proof by purchase under ihr Act of March 4, 1915, to establish claim to the land above described, before Minnie L Bray, register of U. S. Land Office, Carson Citv. Nevada, on the 28th day of April, 1920. . Claimant names as witnesses: Edgar Sweetland, of Carson City, Ne vada. Paul Jones, of Carson City, Nevada. Frank Lippi, of Carson City, Nevada. John Uhart, of Carson City, Nevada MINNIE L. BRAY, ml7-a28 Register.