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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1920
The Carson City Daily Appeal TOPICS IN BRIEF A. G. Meyers ..Carson City, Nevada.. Those who gave their lives get no bonus. Columbia Record. - Mexico should adopt the cactus as its national flower. Grand PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE NEVADA j Rapids Herald. T. D. VAN DEVORT Editor and Manager Entered at Matter of the Second Class at the Postoffice at Carson City, Nevada, tinder Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 One year by Carrier Une year by Mail TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION $12.00 9.00 Some of these bitter-enders may find that the voters are better , enders. Brooklyn Eagle. Having acquired a half-billion-dollar steel trust, Canada will now have to support it. New York American. Equal pay for equal work wouldn't be so bad if we might get Carson Citr DailT Anneal is the real live advertising medinm of this section I equal work for equal pay. Columbia Record. as evidenced by its carrying a larger amount of advertising than any paper it ,., , , i j tbe city. In the matter of candidates the people desire a man and the politicians desire a winner. Greenville (b. L.) fiedmont. WAS CONSPIRACY AGAINST PRESIDENT Having failed to get in touch with Mars, they might next try " Representative Edward W. Pou, former chairman of the house to communicate with Colonel House. Nashville Banner ... .i 1,. i i ii l I rules committee, recently aenverea a vigorous speecu in uie nuust-i ti,. ,t;ii k charging that even before President Wilson sailed for the Pans Anything with a kick is popular nowadays. New York Her- peace conierence mere was a nepuuiiuou cvuBjimcjr iu uaiaua .1 j 1 , , ! A 1 J 1 J I ana weaKen nis innuence ai nome auu auroau If America's industrial problem was in Ireland or China, con gress could think of a dozen good ways to solve it. Salt Lake City : Telegram. The recognition of Armenia will convince the Turks that they The partisan conspiracy against the president, which embar rassed him in his negotiations with foreign nations at the peace con ference, was without' parallel, asserted Representative Pou. He re ferred to the introduction of resolutions to declare the office of :J-i. ...u:i. u 41, fl ine recognition 01 Armenia IZTCrrl :"Sr&rZ failed their efforts to make it unrecognizable.-Greenville (S. C.) nn.fi. tt -e o j. t.-ii i. .ini;.:un 4 4it- oK,,,4 v.a r neamoni. Mexican situaion, but really to find out how sick the president was, tjow can we teu whether 2.75 beer is intoxicating unless the according to Mr. Pou. supreme court decides we can have some to experiment with? On his indefensible visit, Mr. rou assertea, tne KepuDiicair sen- Brooklyn Eagle fltnr found the president s mind clear as a bell. I "Men do not do desnerate things without strone. reason." said The Polish government seems to have an eye to business when Renresentative Pou. "and I charge here and now that these con- it selects as minister of finance a man named Grabski. Indianapolis tpmntihle attacks nnon President Wilson before and during the Star. it -ii r 1 a I - Versailles peace conierence were nmue lor one purpose umy ; wi- John Barleycorn refuses to join in the accusation that Bryan wu, 10 promote ulc proevt uA uuuvau cM i js a pacifist.Chattanooga News, election, i "Surely there are times when the official head of a nation is in Louisville has started a move to discourage buying at present fairness, entitled to the sincere, generous support of all the people I prices. Don't present prices discourage buying at present prices? of the nation. There are times when good men are glad to discard Baltimore Sun. all political differences. There are times when every decent Demo crat is proud to follow a Republican president, and every decent Republican is proud to follow a Democratic president. "During every hour President Wilson spent in Europe, he was entitled to such unstinted support, but it seemed certain Repub lican politicians, even during that critical period, thought more of Action t0 guiet Title Brought In the party success than they did of the great struggle to make war be- Above Entitled Court, and the Com- twppn nations less nrohahle. I plaint filed in the Office of the Clerk "Let us not forget this: Mr. Wilson was not only president, but of sid County of Onnsby. he was also commander-in-chief of the army and navy, and the war Henrv F Droste 839 Mills Bldz San was stui on. ine anacKS upon mm were jusi as unwarranted as the attack of a soldier upon his commander during battle." Representative Pou then read the Walsh and Campbell resolu tion declaring respectively that at any time the president leaves the soil of the United States he shall be considered unable to perform the duties of the office and the vice-president shall serve, and for- SUMMONS In the District Court of the First Judi. cial District of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsby. Francisco. Calif- tiff. Attorney for Plain- CARSON AND TAHOE LUMBER AND FLUMING COMPANY, a Cor poration, Plaintiff. vs. bidding the president to leave the territorial confines of the country. BRADFORD B. CORY, JOHN - -IT lnifW 1 1 ITI T a ' ' A o,.,. nv, Vo,J r,, 4 l,w.V, I lVIVir,, 1SU KUOWU US JUnil A, tained before," said Representative Pou. "the bill and the resolu tion I have just read were directed. Vhile he was at Versailles striving for a just and righteous peace, we have such a performance Can you think of anything more unfair? Do you think the people of America approve such treatment of the president ? But this is not all. After the president returned, another Re publican introduced a resolution to investigate the tokens of appre ciation given the president while in Europe I charge here and now the whole scheme was in effect a con spiracy, because this is the only theory which will explain and square with the course pursued by certain Republican leaders through the long months during which the treaty was pending. The LOCKIE, CHARLES I. PATON, ELLEN LOCKIE, JAMES A. RIG BY, JAMES ELLIOTT, JAMES McNORIN, JOSEPH D. FRAZIER, WILLIAM ELLIOTT, GEORGE GILLSON, MARY GOE DAVIS, and "also all other persons unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real property de scribed in the complaint adverse to plaintiff's ownership or any cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto," Defend ants, r the SWJ4, and the NEJ4 of the SEJ4 of Sec. 14; The EV2 of the NWM, the W of the NE'4 and the SWJ4 of the SW of Sec. 25 ; Lots numbered 1, 2 and 3 and the EV2 of the SVVJ4 and the E2 of the NWJi of Sec 23 ; The SEJ4 of the SEJ4 of Sec. 26; The north six acres of lot numbered 1 of Sec. 33; lot numbered 3 and the of the S' of the SWJ4 of sec tion 36; The of the S4 of the SEJ4, the NE54 of the NEJ4 and the Ny2 of the SyZ of the SW of Sec. 35; The NVV of the SV. the NEJ4 of the SWJ4. the NVVJi of the NWJ4, the NVVJ4 of the SVV'4, and the Kyi of the SWJ4 of the SWyi of Sec. 36; In T. 15 N.. R. 19 E., Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, as follows: The W'yi of the NWJ4 of Sec. 30. All of the alKve being according to the United States government survey thereof. Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appur enances thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining. And you are hereby notified that un less you appear and answer as above re quired, thefaid plaintiff will take judg ment for any moneys or damages de manded in the complaint, as arising ashamed. I make this charge also : The attempt to foil and humili ate this great man had the support of every hyphenated, false American and every German sympathizer in this country to the last man." exeetinirs to Bradford B. Corv. John story is a tale of which every fair-minded American ought to be I Lockie, also known as John A. Lockie, Charles I. raton, Ellen Lockie, James A. Rigby, James Elliott, James Mc Norin, Joseph D. Frazier, William El liott, George Gillson, Mary Goe Davis, and "also all other persons unknown, claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real property described in the complaint adverse to plaintiffs ownership or any cloud upon plaintiffs title thereto," defendants. You are hereby directed to appear and answer the complaint in an action entitled as above, brought against you in the First Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsby, within ten days af ter the service on you of this summons, if served within the said County of Ormsby, or within twenty days if serv ed out of the said County of Ormsby, but in the district in which this action is brought, or within forty days if serv ed elsewhere. You are hereby notified that said ac. tion, entitled as above, is brought to obtain a decree of said court to quiet in plaintiff the title to the following de scribed real property situate, lying and being in the County of Ormsby, State of Nevada, to-wit: In T. 15 N, R. 18 E., Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, in Nevada, as fol lows: Lots numbers 3 and 4 and the Ej4 of THE STATE OF NEVADA sends upon contract, or plaintiff will apply to DON'T SELL LIBERTY BONDS, THEY'RE A BARGAIN TO BUY Over 20,000,000 of the American people bought Liberty bonds or Victory notes to help win the war. How many, do you suppose, are still holding themf How many have clipped the coupons as they came due, and cashed them in or added these earnings to their savings accounts? Did you cash the coupons which were payable on Saturday last, the 15th T Or are you one of those who have sold your bonds or exchanged them for some other form of security T Your banker, or any sound financial adviser, will, if you ask him, tell you to hold on to your bonds in preference to parting' with them. They are gilt-edged securities none better: They are just as sound as the United States government, and they , are just as valuable to you as an investment as they were the day that you bought them. True, the bonds are quoted at less than par, as you will find if you attempt to sell them on the open market. You may get $85 or less for what cost you $100. But remember this: That now is the time to buy, when bond-prices are low, and not the time to sell. Shrewd buyers are picking up Jjiberty bonds as fast as they can now, because they know that at maturity Uncle Sara will redeem them at full value, 100 per cent. And meantime those who buy at less than par will be drawing interest at a considerably higher rate than is nominated in the bond. - If, as alleged, Liberty bonds are gradually finding their way into the coffers of the rich, it means that thousands of individuals pos sessiong bonds in small quantities are surrendering to others wiser than themselves the safest security the world affords. If they are esteemed prizes by big bond-holders, then they are prizes for you. Keep them. Borrow money on them if you have to have money, but don't part with them that's folly. CONGRESS HAS SORRY RECORD Bent upon adjournment or recess early in June, the present Republican congress will have written a sorry record. To date, of general legislation promised the people in the 1918 campaign, it has passed a railroad bill. Granting that it will pass a budget law and soldier bonus bill prior to June, neither of which is yet certain, .its record will consist of three general pieces of legislation, added to the usual annual supply bills. It will have done nothing to adjust the tariff and revenue law inequalities; it will not have solved the problem of what to do with the merchant marine and will have done nothing to encourage foreign trade ; it will have neglected its oppor tunity to create land settlements for discharged soldiers, and will have done nothing for the encouragement of better relations between capital and labor. . In a sentence, it will have done little but criticize the adminis tration for what it has done and for what it has tried to do, but has been unable to do because congress blocked the way, and it has been in session approximately one year. The people will hardly be fooled again by such promises as were made by the Republican leaders in the campaign of 1918. the court for any other relief demanded in the complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the First Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsby this I3th day of September 1919. DANIEL E. MORTON, Clerk of the said First Judi. (SEAL) cial District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsby. Ey J. W. LEGATE, Deputy. First publication May 24, 1920, 2m. WANTED Salesman for Carson City and vicinity. Commission contract only, for spare time or full time. We will teach you to sell income protec tion through our free school of in struction and help you build a busi- nes of your own. Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company, Accident and Health Dept., Saginaw, Michigan. Capital, $1,500,000, Order Direct When you want wood or coal phone direct to John Rubke. He will supply vqur wants. 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Every home needs three or more. 3 for $32, 12 each Sold by Frank E. Meder a "V.- - V - fc&Xy.yjv: g .mnnmwnrm nm PLUG Z Imported and Domestic Cigars Pipes, Smoking Tobacco, Cigarettes, Everything for the Smoker of Taste Pure Goods an Courteous Treatment PHONE 6 3 H. J. Vaughan PHONE 6 3 Tobacconist-Newsdealer-Billiard Parlor All San Francisco Dailies--Hot Butterkist . Pop Corn Daily Peanuts and Confection, Fresh Opposite Post Office Telephone 63 Fire Insurance James M. Leonard, Agent Caison Valley Bank Bldg. Phone 5-6-1 Carson, Nevada TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Su pervising Architect's Office, Washing ton, D. C. May 4, 1920 Sealed Pro posals will be opened in this office at 3 p. m., June 3d, 1920, for the new toilet rooms in the United States Post Office and Court House at Carson City, Ne vada, in accordance with specification and drawings, copies of which may be had at the office of the Custodian, Car son City, Nevada, in the discretion of the Supervising Architect, Jas. A. Wet more, Acting Supervising Architect. ml2-eod-6t "Men may come and men may f o," bat with "Wilis Gear-Life" your anto will go on forever. MINERAL SERVICE STATION. See Bath For the tnovrng of furniture, house hold goods, trunks, machinery, etc Phone 941. 6-tf ! Dr. W. T. McLain ! . . . Optoni etrist. . . Eyes Examined and Glasses i Fitted i t X Carson St., Opp. Postoffice HAT AND GKAIN In any quantity, best in the market Also all kinds of tircken feed. Orders promptly delivered. Phone 151 L 7-tf JOHN RUBKE.