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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1924
People and notes of Interest 1 Attempt to Win Cup
W. J. Stock of the prison force is
spending a few hys in Reno attending
the races.
Mr. Gray and Mr. Moorish of the
Reno Gray, Keid, Wright store will
visit the Carson bnnch tomorrow.
A little better today is the report that
came this morning from the bedside of
Edward Patterson; Jr., at Reno.
A. B. Gray, receiver of the local fed
eral land office left yesterday for the
lake to spend a brief vacation.
Gilbert Ross, sate bank examiner,
came in from Reno on yesterday af
ternoon's train.
J. K. Neff, Democrat of Reno, has
filed his certificate for nomination at
the primary election for the state as
sembly .
C. F. Cutts, former merchant of this ant,'
place, was an arrival on the morning , sloops, which
PITTMAN AT FALLON
"IS WORTH WEIGHT
Senator Pittman has wired a com-1
mittee in Fallon that he will be there . Willhide
IN GOLD," HE SATS
Was So Run Down
Continued from page one
Dufferin." The defender, the "Made
leine," defeated the challenger.
Canada tried again in 1881, when the)
Bay of Quinta Club of Ontario sent
I down the sloop "Atlanta" and she was
in turn beaten by the Mischief.
Four years elapsed and the matches
were resumed with a scries of annual
races starting in 1885.
The defender "Puritan" defeated the
"Genesta" in 1885, and the challenger
"Galeta" was beaten by the defender
"Mayflower in 1886. The following
year the defender "Volunteer" again
won against the "Thistle."
In 1893 Lord Dunraven set out to
bring the cup back to England. He
sent over the "Valkyrie II." The cup
was defended successfully by "Vigil
on the 7th and address the oil men of
that section on the operations of the
new Federal oil leasing bill, which, it
is claimed, is working a hardship on
people who are engaged in opening up
oil land.
Delegations from various parts of the
state will be present at Fallon on the
occasion of Senator Pittman's visit.
BRIEF IS FILED
train from Reno.
Harry James, one of the bestknown
residents of this city, yesterday after
noon filed for the Democratic nomina
tion for sheriff of Ormsby county.
L. F. Haber, Ed Herschel and
George Howell, mining men of San
Francisco, Piedmont and Oakland, re
spectively, were arrivals in this city
yesterday afternoon, and this morning,
piloted by Will Casson, they departed
for Schurz to look at mining interests
there.
Ira MacFarland, who has been at
Illipah in charge of oil development
there, was a visitor in this city today.
Mr. MacFarland says that the big well
r . i. . . : i r-v. - -.
in uiui Mem 'ii is now uown ieei i , , .
. defeated
ami win tc sunk consiaerahiy deeper i
as soon as new drilling tools arrive.
These are expected every day. 1
The brief of the Reno Power, Light
& Water company in its petition for
an increase in water rates for water
supplied to the cities of Reno and
Sparks and the Highland ditch was
filed yesterday with the Nevada public
service commission in this city.
The brief attacks the appraisal made
by Burns & McDonnell for the city of
" 1 ti i . i i " i : . i i i" 1
the first of the line of Herreshoff I no dIIU U1C presemeu uv r,u
ill 11 fT e 1 T
,,.,.,., j ., i aiwer, tranic manager oi me ixeno
this year by "Resolute," the defender.
r .,:,.) t,: ...m, :-, : iqo; brief in the case
with "Valkvrie III." The first race of ; aml S,arks liavin& ,)tcn on fi,e for the
the series was. won by the "Defender" . l'ast three weeks.
in a lignt wind, in tne second race i
"Defender" was fouled by the challeng
Condition
Friends
Alarmed His Wife
His
and
!
I A
chamber of commerce. This is the last
the briefs of Reno
LEARN TO DANCE
er and lost the race with a broken wing. Armory hall, Frof. I-uller of Reno
A protest was lodged on the grounds of j will teach modern ball room dancing
a foul and when the yacht club sustain- ; tor a short tin., commencing July 20th.
cd the protest, Dunraven withdrew in ! Private lessons. Make your appoint
angcr and refused to continue. t ment early. jl2-lw
When Dunraven gave tip his ambi
tion to win the cup, Sir Thomas Lip-! ;
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Su
pervising Architect s Urtice. Washing
ton, perhaps the most romantic figure ton.' D. C. June 14, 1920, Sealed Pro
in the history of the cup races, took vtp;posals will be opened in this office at
the taste anil i stilt at it tn this lav ' P
The first of his family of "Sham
l rocks" appeared in 1899. but
3 p. m., Juiv 12, 1920, for new toilet
1 rooms in the United States Post Office
i and Court House at Carson Citv. Ne-
she was vada. in accordance with specifications
"Tanlac has been worth its weight in
gold to me," said Walter S. Willhide, a
well-known employe of the Federal
Rubber Co., Cudahy, Wis., and who
lives at 75 Howell Ave., Milwaukee.
"My wife and friends were really
alarmed about me, but now I never felt
better in my life.
"I don't believe anyone ever suffered
more from stomach trouble than I did
for five years," he said. "After every
meal gas would form and I had such
sharp pains across my heart I could
scarcely breathe. Dull, heavy, dizzy
headaches would come on me and t had
to lie right down or I would fall over,
i My back and stomach hurt so bad I
I could hardly bear my clothes to touch
them. I was nervous as a cat and the
least noise at night would excite me.
The muscles in my legs would cramp
at night until I would have to get up
and walk the floor to get relief; I lost
fifteen pounds, my appetite was com
pletely gone and I was so weak I
could hardly do my work.
"Only two bottles of Tanlac have rid
me of every one of my troubles. I eat
anything and never have an uncom
fortable feeling in my stomach, my
nerves are like steel and I never have
a headache, dizzy spell or pain of any
sort. My friends are congratulating
me on how well I look and I certainly
feel fine."
Tanlac is sold in Carson City by
Charles L. Kitzmeyer.
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New
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Hotel In Our City
CarsoiTCity Needs a Modern, Up-to-Date
Hotel
AND SHE NEEDS IT BAD. With an up-to-date hotel,
a town can think of inviting outside capital. ..Until then its
efforts are wasted. The COST of building a modern, up-to-date
hotel, "one that will be talked about and favorably com
mented upon," IS NOT A MATTER FOR CONSIDERATION.
The question is: What will be the cost if we don't. The so
cial, political and business life of any progressive community
centers around its hotel. In the ballroom are held the social
functions; around the banquet table men meet and get to
know each other better, smooting out their differences; in the
meeting rooms groups of all shades of opinions gather and
crystalize their ideas into action all for the town's improve
ment and advancement.
Federal Tires and Tubes
None Better
GREATER CARSON TONIGHT
The postponed meeting of the Great- j
er Carson Club will be held this cvnn- j
ing at the club's headquarters in the
Rex theater.
Members having the interests of this
community at heart should attend.
TRY THIS
FOR RUPTURE
New Invention Sent On 30 Days'Trial
Without Expense to You
bv "Columbia" ir
straicht race.
"Shamrock 11" came back in 1501 to!
meet a s!"'P built and designed by
Herreshoff. the "Constitution." But ;
she failed to make gnot! in the trials j
and "Columbia" was sent out again to;
meet the challenger. She defended the i
cup successfully, winning by a mar- ;
gin f one victory, helped by the time j
handicap which the Lipton yacht was 1
forced to concede. i
In 190.'. "Shamrock 111" was brought j
over by Ltpti'ii. The" Reliance" was '
chosen as the defender and she demon-'
strated her superiority over the clial-
j Icngcr in a decisive manner.
I In 1911. "Shamrock IV." this year's
i challenger, was the challenger. She
was on the water when war was de
clared and had to travel 1.000 miles out
of her cv.re to dodge submarines.
j Upon her arrival here she was hauled
hermetically seal-
three ' and drawings, comes of which may be
i had at this office or at the office of the
Custodian. Carson City, Nevada, in the
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iiii ii'iliiii ill,- .1 1 iiri h i 1 1 l' I I r I
Jas. A. YVetmorc. Acting Supervising j J'. tobaccos and candies
Architect. il9-6t-eod
CERTIFICATE
Of State and District Offices and
County and Township Offices for
Which Candidates Are to Be Norn
nated a tthe Primary Election to Be
Held on the 7th Day of September
A. D., 19:0.
DIGNON'S
Make their own ice cream; also have
all the fruits of the season, confection-
Phone 501.
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We specialize in overhauling and repairing them
ft
ATTENDANT WANTED
Middle-aged lady wanted to take
care of an old lady at Walley Springs.
Apply at once to this office for partic
ulars, j 13-tf
STATE OF NEVADA j
' COUNTY OF ORMSBY. j
i Pursuant to Section 4. Chapter 155, 1
'Paragraph 2 of the act entitled: "An i
, act regulating the nomination of candi- '
I dates for public office in the State of
Merciful Heavens, how my back
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Simply send me your name and I will
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hork ami nipatiirrmi nt l.lnnW "h n I out ami placed ill a
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uric acid.
The kidneys r
are not able
five years, narrowly missing destruc
tion bv a fire at the lacobs shipyard.
4 i.'r2tt
it. ion will wonder how you ever got
along with the old style cruel spring
trusses or Lelts with leg straps of tor
ture. Your own good, common sne
and your own docor will tell you it is
the or.ly way in which you can ever
expect a cure. After wearing it 30
days, if it is not entirely satisfactory in
every way if it is not easy and com
fortable if you cannot actually see
your rupture getting better, and if not
convinced that a cure is merely a ques
tion of time, just return it and you are
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The New York Yacht Club in 1;14
Ind 1,,titt tnro- tl.r.r.c tr fitytlf itr tlm
: honor of defending the cup.
The "Resolute." a Herreshoff boat :
"Vanitie," designed bv William Card- j
ner, and "Defiance," designed by
George Owen, met in a series of trial
races which determined the unfitness
of "Defiance" and left the committee i
in douht as to "Resolute" and "Van-'
fact that "Resolute"
Pah
rial
hie." Despite the
beat "Vanitie" in the majority of the
trials, the comiittc was not convinc
ed that the former was the bet.er
sloop.
In the trial race this summer. "Res
olute" again defeated "Vanitie" in the
( tna:s smc! she was finally named as the
defender.
I This brings the history of the races
. up to the present time and makes the
way clear for the next chapter, the
, races off Sandy Hook starting tumor-
row between "Shamrock IV" and "Res
olute," the fourteenth time the "Ameri
ca's Cup" has been fought for.
j Nevada." approved March 22. 1917, re. ; ance of that''
quiring n.e county cierK to pumisn a
1 -it of state, district, county and town-!
J hip officis for which candidates are to;
! be nominated at the primary election to '
he held on 1lie III riav of Si-iir. tv.her
D.. 1920. I Daniel E. Morton, the dulv ! to get rid of
. , . - . - i . r- 1
elected, qualified and acting county' lu oucacoii'
clerk of the County of Ormsby, state of j
Nevada, do hereby certify that the fol-i
lowing is a full, true and correct list of j
tate, district, county and township of-j
fices applicable to this county as certi- :
tied to this office by the secretary of ;
state ( f the state of Nevada:
State and District Offices
Three Presidential Electors. I
One United States Senator. I
One Representative in Congress.
One Justice of Supreme Court. i
Ore. Regent of State University;:
long term (ten years). j
One Regent of State University;!
short term (two years). i
Couniv and Township Officers
One Stv.e Senator. I
One Memb'.-r of the Assembly.
One Sheriff.
( ne Assessor.
One Clerk.
One Recorder.
One District Attorney.
One County Commissioner
term.
One County Commissioner.
term. j
"In witness whereof I have hereunto!
set my hand and afuxed my official seal
at mv office in Carson City, Nevada,
this 28th dav of June. 1920.
DWIIT. K fnVTW PUrL-
I. W. LEO T F. Dtnntv ' 1 Pain and cleared up conditions,
Date of first publication. Tune 29, 1920. j advise every one to give Dr. Pierce's
. 1 remedies a fair trial." MRS. E.
i (.nay s te.e grapmc news, is touna in j EVE. 422 Brannon Street.
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ditions you
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overcome,
and prolong
life by taking
"Anuric" (anti-uric-acid). This
can be obtained at almost any drug
store, in tablet form.
When your kidneys get sluggish
and clog, you suffer from back
ache, sick-headache, dizzy spells,
or twinges and pains of lumbago,
rheumatism or gout; or sleep is
disturbed two or three times a
night, get Dr. Pierce's Anuric, it
will put new life into your kidneys
land your entire system. Send Dr.
Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo,
N. Y., ten cents for trial package.
San Francisco, Calif. "I have
used Dr. Pierce's remedies in my
family for fifteen years and have
found on every occasion that they
gave satisfactory results. Recently
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my back constantly pained me. I
took three packages of Dr. Pierce's
i Anuric Tablets which removed ail
I
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Work guaranteed
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PHONE 1..5..1
Geo. A. Cole, President T. L. Hawkias, Sec.-Trets.
CARSON CITY, NEVADA
Hotel Sutter
SAN FRANCISCO
is patronized by the discriminating
Management George Warren Hooper
Popular Prices and Service
Are the Demands of the Day
THAT'S WHY
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FOR CONGRESS
1 Subject to Demccratio Primavies
SEPT. 2, 1920
Woman's Relief
Corps
Custer Relief Corps No.
15, holds its regular
metting the second and
f. ......J, t.v:i . i.
ivm ill UUdO Ktk CALlIte
iv-uiu at ) utiutN II. in.
in Odd Fellows Hall. All Corps
and sojourning members are invit
ed to attend.
CORA C. COFFIN, President,
NKTTIK M. QUILL, Secretary.
I AM SKLT.INfJ
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Notise to Sliarcholdcrs
Paint fir3t because it is a thrifty SuWn.e for the Appeal.
economical thing to do. Painting
saves materials.
On the great Brooklyn bridges,
painters are at work every fair
working day. It takes several
years to cover those immense
structures. So, when the paint
ers have worked around to the
starting point, it is time to begin
again.
The lives of the constantly
crossing thousands of people,
and millions of capital too, are
protected by paint.
Paint for economy.
. Even now, with regular prices
still soaring, I am selling odd lots
of standard paints at only
today's Appeal not tomorrow'.
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4.60
PER GALLON
Goldfield Merger Mines Co.
Reorganized Atlanta Mines Co.
Reo rganized Blue Bull Mining Co.
C. O. D. Consolidated Mines Co.
Goldfield Combination Mining Co.
Milltown Mining Co.
I'iease communicate immediate
ly with the undersigned Secre
tary in order that you may be ad
vised of the plan of merging the
above companies into the (.old
field Deep Mines Company.
I'iease state number of shares
you own.
H. G. McMAHON, Secretary,
jl8-4w Goldfield, Nev.
Ed. JWalsh
Groceries, Hardware,
Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc.
Carson City, Nevada
Efficient Service by Mail.
DR. C. R. VON KADESKY
Physician and Surgeon
Office : East Second St., near Carson St.
Office Hours: 1 to 3; 7 to 8
CARSON CITY NEVADA
WARREN E. BALDY
Attorney at Law
Office: Carson Valley Bank B'ld'g
CARSON CITY NEVADA
HOMER MOONEY
Attorney at Law
Carson Valley Bank Building
Phone Res 511
Hours 8 to 10 a. m., 5 to 7 p. m.
0KEN HILLS
Silver Corporation
Circular on Request
FIDELITY FINANCE
& FUNDING CO.
RENO
NEVADA
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Everything
I HAVE IN STOCK AT
Cost Prices
FOR CASH ONLY
GEE HING
CHAS. R. EVANS
Incumbent -
Momotts
ii
CHEVROLET CHALMERS
$936.20 $-!,245
MAXWELL
-$14,350
In addition to the above pas
senger cars we have a big line of
light delivery cars and trucks.
Also used cars for sale. Get your
order in early. Cash or terms.
i
Corraii & Pliipps
Plumbers
22 Tinners
Cooking, Heating and
Gas Stoves Or Hand
CARSON STREET
Next to Capital Garage
PHONE 436
FRUIT SEASON
Minetal Service Station
Agency f
FIRESTONE TIRES & TUBES
"More Miles Per Dollar"
30x34 Non Skid Tires Guaran-
teed 6,000 Miles, $18.00
Strawberries arriving daily. Cherries.
soon. Candies and ice cream.
DIGNON'S
Phone 501
"Men may come an iaen may go," but
with "Whir Gear-Life" yout auto will
go on forever.
MIN1SRAL SERVICE STATION.
See Bath for the moving of all kinds,
of articles, from valises to quart
mills. Phone 941. j6-tfr
CHAMBERMAID WANTED
Apply immediately to the Arlington
hotel. jitf

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