" ' ' CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAR THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920
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Carton St, Near Telegraph
WASHING AND IRONING
Lace Curtains a Specialty
GIVE US A TKIAI
Lanadry Called for and Delivered
Phone 12 13
Ws Spring furnishings
ft - Pays to Read
FULL LINE SPRING SUITS IN ALL SIZES
$37.50 TO $55.00
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' IN ALL SIZES
$15.00 TO $45.00
Our Men's Spring Hats Are Ilere In All Shades
and Styles $5.00 to $6.50
Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Grips and Suit Cases
In All Grades
Have Yonr Spring Suit Made by Us We Guarantee a Fit
See Bath for the moving of all kinds
of articles, from valises to quartz
mills. Phone 941. j6-tf
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
PERMISSION TO APPROPRIATE
THE PUBLIC WATERS OF THE
STATE OF NEVADA.
Application No. 6141
Notice is hereby given that on the
28th day of May. 1920, in accordance
with Section 59, Chapter 59, of the Stat
utes of 1919, Pietro Pierini & Bros., of
Carson City, County of Ormsby, and
State of Nevada, made application to
the State Engineer of Nevada for per
mission to appropriate the public wa
ters of the State of Nevada. Such ap
propriation is to be made from Carson
river, at a point in the SEJ4 of NWK.
Sec. 35, T. 15 N, R. 20 E., M. D. B. &
M., by means of the Mexican dam., and
two cubic feet per second is to be con
veyed to portions of SEJ4SWJ4,
SWKSWtf, NEKSWK, SWJ4NE1A,
WJ4SE54, Sec. 14, NWKNE& Sec 23,
T. 15 N., R. 20 E., M. D. B. & M., by
means of the Mexican ditch, and lat
erals, and there used for irrigation and
domestic purposes, from April 15th un
til October 15th of each year. Water
not to be returned to stream.
Date of first publication, June 23, 1920.
Date of last publication, July 21, 1920.
Signed: J. G. SCRUGHAM,
DELINQUENT TAXES AND DE
LINQUENT TAX NOTICE
To the following named persons and
all owners or claimants to the personal
property and real estate and the im
provements thereon or improvements
where assessed separately, hereafter de
scribed, known or unknown:
CHARLES EONDETTI Lots 1,
4. 5. block 38, S. T. & S. division.
Total valuation, $150.00
Total tax . $ 6.00
15 per cent delinquency .90
Cost of advertising 2.00
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-We Are Offering-
Spring Styles at 55 and 60
Some Hold-Over Fall Styles In Stock at 35. & 40
I SPRING STOCK OF FURNISHING GOODS ARRIVING DAILY T
We Now Have Carpenters' Aprons, a Complete Assortment of Hand-
kerchiefs, Paris Garters, Wool Shirts, Cotton Hosiery, Hats In
Latest Shapes, Riding Pants, Leggings and Underwear.
The Emporium Co.
A. COHN, President
Total amount to pay $ 8.90
HARRY COOGAN Four acres
in S. E. corner of the NEK of
SEJ4 of section 30, township 15
N, range 20 E. Total valuation
Total tax $ 3.59
15 per cent delinquency . .55
Cost of advertising ..: 2.00
Total amount to pay .$ 6.14
STEVE TULLY Lots 1, 2, 9, 10,
block 75, Musser division. Total
Total tax -$ 5.00
15 ner cent delinouencv -. .75
Cnst of advertisine 2.00
Total amount to pay
CHIN SEE and LOW KIM FAT
East 93Vi feet of lots 7, 10,
and east 9i2A feet of south A of
lot 6., block 21, S. T. & S. divis
ion, and Dobe house. Total Val
uation. 550.00. "
Total tax $ 7.00
1? nr nnt for delinauencv 1.05
fntt of advertising 2.00
Total amount to pay ..
NINA SUMPTER Beginning 450
feet north of NE corner of
Minnesota and Washington
streets, running north 70 feet;
west 175 feet ; south 70 feet ; east
175 feet to place of beginning.
Dwelling and furniture. Total
Total tax .'. $1600
15 per cent delinquency Z.40
f net nf advertisine 2.00
Total amount to pay
James M. Leonard, Agent
Gat son Valley Bank Bldg. n XT ,
Carson Valley Bank
CAPITAL, FULLY PAID
George Wingfield, Pres.
W. H. DoyleVice-Pres.
H. G. Humphrey, V-Pres-H.
C. Clapp, Cashier
G. B. Spradling, Ast C'shr.
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
WAY TONG West 50 feet of
south 87 feet of block 19, S.
T. & S. division, and dwelling,
Total valuation, $400.00.
15 per cent for delinquency w
Virginia & Truckee Railway
General Offices, Carson City, Nevada
A. M. ARDERY, General Manager
S. C. BIGELOW, H. L. GRIFFITHS,
General Passenger Agent General Freight Agent
No. 6 No. 4
April 22, 1920
Cost of advertising
Total amount to pay .$20.40
Office of County Auditor and Recorder,
Ormsby County, Nevada.
Carson City, Nev., June 23, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that the fore
mifiir list rrmtaina the names of all de
linquent tax payers, a description of
the property upon which the taxes are
delinquent, together with the amount of
taxes due upon said property as shown
by delinquent tax list for the year 1919,
as returnea io mis unite uj wuj
treasurer of Ormsby county, state of
Nevada, and is a true copy of said De
linquent List now unpaid.
C. R. DAKE,
County Recorder and ex-officio Audi
tor of Ormsby County, Nevada.
By CLARA M. CRISLER, Deputy.
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that the tax upon your property for
the year 1919 is now delinquent and you
are further notified that unless said
taxes are paid on or before the third
Monday in July, 1920, towit: July 19,
10?n vnitr nrnnertv will be sold at the
Court House door in Carson City,
Ormsby county, Nevada, at 2 o'clock, p.
m., of said day to pay saia hks, w
No. 20 1 No. 18
Carson - City
No. 3 No. 5
Mixed I Motor
No. 17 1 No. 19
Mixed I Motor
Connecting at Reno and Mound House with Southern Pacific Co., and at
Minden 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
Passengers for Masonic leave Minden Tuesday and Thursdays, remain at
Sweetwater over night, arriving at Masonic on Wednesdays and Fridays.
gether with fifteen (15) per cent de
linquency and the cost of advertising,
and you are further notified that said
sales will be subject to redemption
within one year after the date of sale
by payment of all of said sums, togeth
er with three (3) per cent per month
thereafter from the date of sale until
DANIEL E. MORTON,
County Treasurer and Tax Receiver.
By J. W. LEGATE, Deputy.
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
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
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
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
Do you want to save money and
time? Wouldn't you like to be
sure of getting 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
are read by people who buy.
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