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CARSON CITY DAILY APPEAL, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920
People and Notes of Interest Forest Sawyer, deputy United States marshal, came in from Reno on the morning train. Attorney E. T. Patrick, who was call ed to Reno on business, returned to this city on the morning train. Mrs. John Sanger was a departure for Franktown this morning, where she will spend the day with relatives. Will Brougher arrived from Oakland yesterday and was soon in working clothes looking after business interest at the Carson hot springs. Tom Houston of the Underwood Typewriter company came over from Reno this morning. He is giving the machines the once over during the day. Edwin Hill of the Western Union force, who has been confined to his home by sickness, hopes to be able to resume his duties within the next few days. Art. Swartz, who suffered a broken collar bone several, days ago, is getting along as well as can be expected. He hopes to be able to be up and dressed the latter part of this week or the first of next. TO VOTE ON WATER A special election is to be held i i F.lko on January 4, 1921, to decide the question of municipal water ownership. Bonds are to be voted for in this con nection and if the election is favorable the city, is to buy out the privately owned water works. For some time this scheme has been agitated in F.lko. and it is that if the city puts in a supply that the Southern Pacific is to build a fifty stall round house. The Western Pacific will also make exten sive improvements wun an auciuaie water supply guaranteed for their pur poses. It looks like F.lko, together with many other Nevada towns, is going to perk uj and get ahead of the game. FRAME NEW SCHEDULE understood ' especially real water BIG CROPS IN MASON VALLEY BACK FROM COMO The Southern Pacific road is framing a new schedule or time card, which will be made public in a few days. It is understood that the time table prac tically goes back to the pre-war run ning. In the limited trains several hours are to be lopped of the present time. between San Francisco and Chicago. No. 23, it is stated, will ar rive in Reno a little later under the new time table. The schedule will be submitted to the public service com mission before going into effect. FALL PLANTING TOO MUCH SNOW Several farmers of this valley have taken advantage of the weather condi tions and have plowed and planted. If the weather prmits much land will be planted to winter wheat within the next few weeks. At the Raycraft place a tractor is turning over considerable ground which will not be planted until the spring. Last fall, owing to the dry condition of the ground very little plowing was done in this valley. Last Tuesday George Martin finish ed threshing the grain in Mason valley. According to his figures he handled 31.741 bushels of wheat, 14.593 bushels of barley and 554 bushels of oats, which in comparison with the past years is considered an excellent yield for the acreage which was planted to these grains. The threshing outfit was kept busy for forty-five days and the largest crop of barley was that of Georg" Friedhoff with seventy-six tons, while Romeo Rosachi had twenty-six tons of wheat. The average yield was fifty-five bush els of barley to the acre and thi-t" bushels of wheat. The greater part of the local crop was contracted to the rew mill of the Farmers Mill & Feed company, who started grinding last week. The reported price paid is $ 0 a ton for wheat, $40 per ton for birley and $50 per ton for the oats. Ma-on Valley Times. . Billv Kearns. who has been doing his assessment work in Como, has return ed to this city. He states that while the mill is shut down that a lot of prospecting is going on in the district and some fine show ings are being made. Billy predicts that Como has a big future as there is J more ore exposed in the camp than any j place in w estern Nevada. He states j that hig things arc planned tor the com-1 ing spring. The air mail service was interrupted the past few days owing to the snow storm. It has been found dangerous to send the pilots out in such storms, as land ings are decidedly unsafe and several of the men have been lost in the fog and clouds over the deserts of eastern Nevada. Subscribe for the Appeal. Leisure Hour Tomorrow Evening The program for the regular meeting; ot the Leisure Hour club tomorrow evening will consist of "The Immi grant as Seen Through His Own Liter ature." by Mr. McCreery, and music. The e dance tomorrow evenintr. tnven ' ' o by Capitol Post, American Legion, assured of a big attendance as Vir ginia City and Minden good-timers are to be with the Carsonites. Get into the going and have a real time tomorrow even ing. fit I o) i 0 ) IS Shipment of Hogs Three carloads of hogs were shipped to the Nevada Packing company on the local train this morning. The porkers came from Carson valley and were all in prime condition. LINCOLN COUNTY DEMOCRATS Reports from Pioche indicate that while the county was carried by the Republicans on the national ticket the Democrats were mainly successful on the countv ticket. The most notable victory of the Democrats was the re tirement of Dr. J. D. Campbell, Repub lican, as a member of the state senate, being defeated by Attorney A. L. Scott. Democrat. Oddic and Arentz carried the county by but a few votes. "DEFORE you buy a can of Calumet you are cer tain of the greatest baking powder value of the best baking results. Because there are so many definite proofs of its superiority of its purity and reliability. It received highest awards at World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago; Paris Exposition, Paris, France. PROOF that it is the best baking powder ir. the estimation of ex. pert judgesof baking powderquality. For thirty years it Vias been the favorite of millions of housewives. PROOF that it gives those millions the best of satisfaction. See Bath See Bath for the moving of all kinds of articies, from valises to quartz mills. Phone 941. jo-t' COMING EVENTS November 10 American Legion dance. November 11 Sagebrush club. Reg ular Ladies' night. November 19 Sagebrush club. High Jinks at Arlington hotel, Carson City. Ball and refreshments. November 26 Sagebrush club. Reg ular Ladies' night. November 28 Sagebrush club. Special train to Reno to attend musical com edy, Mclntyre & Heath, in "Hello Alexander." Particulars to members later. December 4 Sagebrush club. Stag party. December 11 Presbyterian cooked food sale. Going to Reno A number of the local members of the American Legion plan to go to j Reno on the 11th, where Armistice Day! is to be observed with a parade and services. That big dance on Wednesday night is given by the boys of the American Legion. You will simply have to be there if your are to be classed with the live ones. Get your ticket. Comfort is what you want when you huy a heater whether Furnace or Par lor Stove and comfort is what you have if you own a Cribben & Sexton Universal. Economy is also a factor es pecially while present fuel prices prevail. Come to my store and be shown. VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous be cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking GOLD MEDAL 1 9 Tbe world's standard remedy for thess disorders, will often ward off these dis eases and str sngthen the body against further attacks. Three sizes, a!l druggists. Look for the name Gold Medal on Yery bos and accept no imitation 0 MJ BAKING POWDE 1 II f V It contains only such ingre dients as have been officially ap proved bv IT. S. Food Authorities. PROOF of its strict purity and excellence of ir&terials. It is made in the largest, mo?t mdern and sanitary baking r.owder p ants in the world. PKOOF that it must be better baking powder than one made under less favorable conditions. YOU Save when you buy it moderate in prire. You save when you ue it possesses mere thari ordinary leavening strength therefore you use less. Fourd f3n of Calumet contains full lb oz. Some baking powders come in 12 oz. instead of 1G 02. cans. Be sure you Pt pvmnd when you want it. Calumet Chocolate Calt Recipe V$ cup butter. J cup sugar, 3 tea spoons Calumet Baking Powder, teaspoon salt, 2 cups sifted fiour, 1 cup milk, 2 eggs. Then mix in the regular way. Ed. JLJValsh Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc. Carson City, Nevada Efficient Service by Mail. See Bath Express work of all kinds, trunks and baggage hauled to and from de pot. Bath, phone 941. j28-tf Atlanta, Wedne Dear Mr- JA PETEY: Checked i:p our old dormitory pal "Snapper" Teebo this morning waiting on an appointment down Peachtree St. "Snap" wanted to know a bookfull about my visit to the Camel factories. "Tell lis old apple seed," says "Snapper", "you're on the inside"! "Snap" still has that mighty annoying way of saying, "But that doesn't sur prise me." Anyhow when I explained about the millions of Camels R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. made daily what does the old bird sputter but: "Why, Shorty, they'd have to make that many to supply the de mand! Camels have the quality smokers want! And, they have the most wonderful mellow mild body and the most refreshing flavor ever created in a cigarette! Of course they make Camels by millions; of course they buy enough revenue stamps from Uncle Sam every day to build a duplicate of the Vinston-Salem post office! Why not? Smokers everywhere will have Camels!" Eut, "Snap" finally got to spilling some real nobby Camel selling stuff! "Shorty," says he, "I want to put it on record that in all the times I've pulled Crmels out of my pocket to supply somebody s shortage 1 ve heard enough good sday "And, Shorty, what's the answer? Why Camels blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos meets the universal taste! And that's the 'hole' story, old golf ball"! Pete, you pet phonograph, did you ever hear a better record? Sincerely, ' things said about em to fill a volume! That s . t y my brand'; 'Camals are a wonderful cigarette'. A V 'Like getting money from home,' etc. . n tt rarfik Capitol Post, American Legion Armory Hall Wednesday Evcn'g, Nov. 10 Good Music Regular Time 'N Everything LETS GO SUMMONS In the First Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Ormsby. HILDA STROM MALITOR, Plaintiff, VS. WALTER MALITOR, Defendant. the custody issue 01 sucn union to ior other relief on the The State of Nevada sends greeting said defendant: You are hereby summoned to appeal within ten days after the service upon J you of this summons if served in said j county, or within twenty days if served i out of said county but within said i (judicial district, and in all other cases; within forty days (exclusive of the day jof service;, and defend the above-emhl-jed action. This action is brought to re ' cover a judgment against you (defen dant) in favor of plaintiff, and decree I dissolving the bonds of matrimony (heretofore and now existing between uic pai lie), diiu dwdiuiuj; jof the child, plaintiff, and ! rrruin( of rlrfenilant'; wilfull desrr- tion of plaintiff for the period of more! than one year and defendant's neglect ; ! for more than one year to provide any i necessaries of life for plaintiff, all ( without any cause, consent or provo-j cation by plaintiff and without any justification or excuse for defendant. all of which appears from plaintiffs ' verified complaint hereto to which you (defendant) are especially referred. Seal of Court Dated this 19th day of August, A. D, 1920. ! DANIEL E. MORTON', Clerk of the First Judicial Court of the State of Nevada, in and for the Coun ty of Ormsby. By J. W. LEGATE, Deputy. Brown & Belford, attorneys for plain- 7 tiff, Reno, Nevada. 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