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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL. WEDNESDAY; MARCH 31, 1920
People and Kates cf 'tiasi Mrs. Dale Pruett returned this morn ing from an overnight visit to the riv erside city. Mrs. Lacey of Hobart Mills is visit ing her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Schulz, in this city for a few days. Governor Boyle was at his offices at the Capitol today following a brief vis it to the Yerington section. George D. Smith, chairman of the In dustrial Insurance commission, was an auto departure for the riverside city this morning. C. M. Karon, manager of the Carson hranch of the Gray, Reid, Wright stores, was a departure for Reno this morning to attend the selection of a lot of goods that will be on sale at the local store tomorrow. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Brown left for Lahontari last evening. Mr. Brown is connected with the highway department and will spend a few days at the dam superintending the installation '. of the department's sand and gravel plant. "Billy" Beale was a returning passen ger this morning from San Francisco, where he went about ten days ago to be fitted with an artificial foot. Beale has now fully recovered from his mis fortune of a few months ago and states that when his new pedal attachment becomes thoroughly limbered up he will be open to challenge for a foot race. Miss Ann Martin of the United States mint force was the first, not only among the women, but among the men as well, to send in her membership dues to the local Lincoln Highway association, the call for which was made in the Appeal a couple of days ago. The lady is to be commended for her promptness and boost spirit. Of the forty odd members of the association in this city but two women are enrolled, Miss Martin and Mrs. Kate Raftice. HOLY WEEK SERVICES AT ST. PETER'S CHURCH Thursday, 10:00 a. m. Holy Com munion Good Friday, 12 to 3 p. m. Three hour service and addresses on the seven last words from the Cross. Saturday, 3:00 p. m. Baptisms. Easter 6:30 a., m., Holy Commun ion; 10 a. m., Sunady school; 11 a. m., Holy Communion and sermon and East er music. Bishop o. C. Hunting will conhrm a class of candidates at Sr. Peter's church Tuesday evening at 7:30. The general public is invited to be present at this service. C. S.MOOK,' Rector. M RS. MART E. ROACH, of Lynchburg, Va., who says Tanlac is her favorite medi icine and that she will always keep it on hand as it enabled her to enjoy three years of good health. Mrs. Skeehan's Rheumatism Recipe for All Blood Dis eases. Made of herbs. Nature's reme dy to throw off 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, I 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. $3. Special rates to jobbers and druggists. i '- - r- -"' ' Mi-" i I Easter. Economy INSURANCE ANNUAL STATE MENT LEVEL BOX LOST "Tanlac has been the favorite medi i cine in my cabinet for three years," ! said Mrs. M. E. Roach of 402 Clay su.:i, i.juLiuui , ii guua, in a li in terview, recently. "At the time I began taking Tanlac," explained Mrs. Roach, "I had been suf fering from indigestion, rheumatism and other troubles for nine years and could find nothing to help me. If I ventured to eat anything the least bit 1 T .1 f tA .. 'll. Capital (deposited) ..$ 300,000.00 "cv Assets 1,129,922.57 i and almost smother. My heart would Liabilities, exclusive of (palpitate frightfully and when these capital and net surplus.... 518,736.53 1 spejls came on me j was so dizzy and Premiums $ 554.963.66 ! weak 1 could hardlv stand UP- 1 often Of the United States Branch Northern Insurance Company, Moscow, Russia, for the Year - Ending December 31, 1919. Other sources 59,56723 Lost, in the vicinity of the prison farm or Indian school, a level box, with strap attached. Box snows con- T , cxuenditures. 1919 .$ 869.377.00 i Total income. 1919 '....$ 614,530.89 Expenditures Losses .$ 563,269.19 Dividends . - Nil Other expenditures 306.107.81 siderable wear. Finder will please return to or notify state engineer's office. m31 DO YOD WANT The latest news? Then subscribe for the Daily Appeal. Telegraphic news 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 Bulletin Tells Ton How U U 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 Avenv Lea Angeles (Largest and Finest Cleaning and Dye ing Establishment on the Pacific Coast) had to stop and rest while doing my housework. I was badly constipated and hardly ever free of headache. I also suffered with rheumatism in my fingers and especially in cloudy, raini er snowy weather my pain was almost unbearable. My kidneys and liver were out of order and I had the worst kind Fir Tnniirancp Business. 1919 Risks written - $39,9b6,194.00 of pains in my back, legs and should- Premiums thereon - 554,963.66 1 trs. I had no appetite and 'what little Losses incurred j did eat secnMd to do me more harm written $ wioo than good, as I always suffered after 1,523.51) waras ana naa necome so run-uown, 536.13 1 weak and miserable that I sometimes r-.T fe't like life was hardly worth living. Risks Premiums received Losses paid Losses incurred NORTHERN INSURANCE Fester, Fothergill & Hartung, F. B Hon. m29-lw Secretary DO YOU KNOW Attention 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. "One day I read a testimonial for Tanlac that seemed so sincere that I decided to see if the medicine would help me. Well, the first bottle did me so much good that I got another, then another, and so on until my troubles all dis appeared. As I said, that was three years ago. and I have been able to keep myself in good health ever since by taking a few doses of Tanlac now and then as I feel the need of it. Tanlac has built me up and given me strength and enrgy so that my housework is easy for me. It makes life worth living, for it keeps me with a good appetite, helps me to digest my food properly, and, by : relieving me of all suffering and ner i vousness, enables me to sleep soundly every night. I shall always praise Tan- W ANTED A reed baby carriage, corduroy cur- j lac." ' tains ; must be in good condition. Phone ; Tar.lac is sold in Carson 413. m2-tf i Charles L. Kitzmever. . City by- 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 Sapco Mackerel in Mustard Sauce, can... ..20c Sapco Channel Mackerel, can..20c Cod Roe, can .....20c v. Hog mg)ln)dl Housewives have demanded it for over thirty years. Always most reliable and wholesome. Calumet Baking Powder is absolutely dependable. It is always the same always superior always pure. A perfect food product made in the world's largest, most up-to-date and sanitary Dak ing Powder Factory. Csll fcr Cellist Baking Powder. Ed. J. Walsh Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc. Carson City. Nevada Efficient Service by MaiL Attention, White Laundrymen! No city in the west offers a better opportunity for the in stallation of an up-to-date white man's laundry than Carson, Nevada. The trade is here, the power is here, the water is here, and there is no local opposition other than that from Chinese and Japanese laundries. The town has a permanent population of nearly 3,000, is the seat of state government and the people are prosperous. Any one interested in this proposition is invited to address this paper, or t E. W. MILLER, , Sec 'y Greater Carson Club. I X t THREE DAYS - BEGINNING TOMORROW THIS PACKAGE OK NEWS SHOULD CREATE A LIVELY INTEREST AMONG OUR LARGE FAMILY OF PATRONS. IT AFFORDS YOU DECIDED ECONOMIES IN FASHIONABLE SPRING ATTIRE IN TIME FOR EASTER WEAR. HOSIERY & UNDERWEAR Ladies' Pure Silk Hose Silk Lisle Top. Double Soles, Heels Reg. $1.98 to 2.25 Special $1.59 TAILORED SUITS OF WOOL JERSEY AND TRICOTINE At Exceptional Price Concessions Nainsook Night Gowns Em broidered and Laced; Trim- med Special Si .39 Envelope Chemise 'Dove" make Handsomely Trimmed Reg. $1.98. ..Special $1.49 MEN'S SPECIALS Madras Shirts In Assorted Color Stripes Fast Colors Values to $3.50... -$2.49 New Knitted Four-In-Hands They Combine Style and Ser vice $2.00 Boys' Blouses 95c Values, 79c BITS O' LUCK $;!).") VALUES AT ."....$32.50 49.75 VALUES AT $42.50 $59.75 VALUES AT . .... $51.50 $72.50 VALUES AT....:.. $59.50 o o TWO SPECIAL VALUES IN SILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES $24.05 to $27.50 VALUES AT $17.50 $29.50 to $37.50 VALUES AT $24.50 ' o o SPORT COATS OF SILVERTONE POLO CLOTH, WOOL JERSEY AND VELOUR Specially Priced For This Event o ' o EASTER BONNETS In Three Special Price Grotips VALUES TO $6.95 $5.00 VALUES TO $9.00 $6.95 VALUES TO $16.50 1 $11.95 -PIECE GOODS Baronette Satins 40-in. wide for Sport Skirts Special ..$6.50 yd. Fan-Ta-Si Crepe 40-inch width Values, $9.75 to $12.50 Special $8.50 yd. Broadcloths and Wool Jer seys 54-inch widtli Regular $675 Special .$4.95 yd. -FANCY GOODS 'Ladies Fine Kid Gloves Good Selection of Colors Ex ceptional Value at $2.9t pr. ECONOMIES IN FASHIONABLE SPRING FOOTWEAR Women's Dress Pnmps One Button Black Kidskin "Dodge" Tongue P.ump in Patent and Calfskin Values, $11.00 to $14.00 Easter Special :. - $9.45 New Neckwear Showing the New Point Laces In Effective Designs Special 59c New . Popular Fiction Reg ular 95c, 79c each Linen Stationery Special per hox -..24c Creme Oil Soap 3 for 25c Women's High Shoes Our Finest Grades Hand Turned Soles Covered "French Heels In P.lack, Grey and Havana Brown Values to $15.00 - $10.95 Hair Bows For the Little Miss, All Made Up Spec. 79c Women's Walking Shoes Black and Chocolate Brown Military Heels Special $6.75 Ladies' Handkerchiefs White Embroidered Corners- Only a Limited Number 5c ea. Wood and Oat Coal that burns and leaves no clink ers at Rubke's. Plenty of wood also on hand. Phone 1511. also fl-tf 1 LEGION MEETING " Gosh ! How my back aches! " After Grip, "flu" or colds, the kidneys and bladder are often affected called nephritis, or inflammation of kidneys. This is the red flag of danger better be wise and check the further inroads of kidney disease by obtaining that wonder ful discovery of Dr. Pierce's, known as Anuric (anti-uric-acid), because it expel? the uric acid poison from the body and removes those pains, such as backache, rheumatism in muscles and joints. Naturally when the kidneys .are deranged the blood is filled with "poison ous waste matter, which settles in the feet, ankles and wrists; or under tua eyes in bag-like formations. Dr. Pierce's Anuric is many times more potent than lithia and often eliminates uric acid as hot tea melts ngar. Makera, Cau "I recommend Dr. Pierce's Anuric very highly. I have suffered for the last three years with catarrh of the bladder, having tried every remedy I heard of but without relief. I saw Anuric advertised 1n the paper, and like a drowning man grabbing at a straw I thought I would try it also, which I did with great suc cess, as it relieved me almost imme diately, before I had taken all vf the trial package, and having great confi dence in the remedy I immediately sent to the drug store and bought a package. I can say to all suffering from any disease of the kidneys or uric acid trt.u ules, try this remedy and suffer no lor ver. I have great faith in Doctor Puree's remedies. 8. P. Uensley. NOTICE TO VOTERS The regular monthly meeting of Cap itol Post No. 4, will be held Thursday ' evening, April 1st, at 8 p. m. Enter tainment and eats after the meeting. LESTER GROWTH, Chairman Entertainment Committee. TAMALES! TAMALES!! First-class chicken tamaies, made fresh each dav at DIGNON'S. m5-ti See Bath For the moving of furniture, house hold goods, trunks', machinery, etc. Phone 941. jo-tf 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. "Men may come and men may go," bat with "Whiz Gear-Life" your auto will go on forever. MINERAL SERVICE STATION. TO ATTORNEYS REAL SALESMEN, with car prefer red, in yonr locality. ..$50.00 to $200.00 weekly, selling that wonderful "CORA JA" .Patch not- an .."all-rubber"., or Khaki back It's different PATENT ED nothing else like it on the market NO COMPETITION. Tou can make a clean up BEST in the WORLD, for automobile imvr tubes Territory FREE. -You can start icith a $6 order. "CARAJA" RUBBER MFC, CO, Dal las, Tezaa. P. S.: Have several open- ii.tr fnr SUmtm Wi.4 ermrm wrtV tcfann ...... a.... ot.m. vyWMW V $1,000.00 capital. . Should easily make $500.00 to $2,000.00 per month. Be quick, or the other fellow will get it 29-5-12-191 Today's telegraphic news is found in today's Appeal not tomorrow's. INSURANCE ANNUAL STATEMENT Of the United States Branch Warsaw Insurance Company, Ltd., Warsaw, Poland, for the Year Ending Decem ber 31, 1919. Young university man wishing to qualify in law seeks position in attor ney's offce. Splendid references. Ad dress this office. m22-lw 300,000.00 1,103,229.83 TOURISTS Capital (deposited,)....;... Assets Liabilities, exclusive of capital and net surplus.-. 595,122.02 Income Premiums 4, 594200.09 Other sources 40,75228 Are you coming to LOS ANGELES this Summer. Secure your accommodations in ad vance, CITY or BEACHES. N Send stamp for application. RENT PAYERS' AGENCY. 1105 Kcrchoff Bldg, Los Angeles, Calif. m3-30d HAY AND GRAIN In any quantity. Besi in the market Also all kinds of ch'ckcn feed. Order promptly delivered. Phone 1511. Total income. 1919 $ 634,952.37 xpenditures Losses , .$ 405,364.44 Dividends .. Nil Other expenditures 218.19L05 Total expenditures, 1919 J$ 623,555.49 - Fire Insurance Business, 1919 Risks written $46,207,648.00 Premiums thereon .. -594200.09 Losses incurred . 389,999.94 Nevada Business Risks written .$ 19,330.00 Premiums received -1 399.14 Losses paid 3225 Losses incurred 3225 WARSAW FIRE INS. CO., by Fester, Fothergill & Hartung, F. B. HofT, m29-lw Secretary.