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CARSON.CITY DAILY APPEAR -MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1921 .
People and Notes of Interest Governor Boyle left this morning for Reno, where he spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pruett have mov ed into the property they recently pur chased of Mrs. J. A. Muller. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Latourette have moved into the house at the corner of Second and Fall streets. Mrs. Will O. Woodbury, formerly of this city, but now residing in Reno, is the guest of Miss Clara Woodbury. ,- Miss Erma Emmitt, who spent the week end in this city, was a passenger for Reno this morning. Sam Piatt returned to Reno yester day from a several weeks' visit' to eastern points. W. Ci. Warren, who has been north gathering in more shooting trophies, was an arrival on the morning train. Frank Meder and family, who spent the week end at Lincoln Park, Lake Tahoe, returned to their home this morning. "Miekie" Johns of the secretary of state's office returned yesterday from his two weeks' vacation trip, spent in the southern part of the state. C. C. Cottrel!, former chief engineer of the highway department, accompan ied by Mrs. Cottrell and little daughter, is spending a few days in this city. Guy Spencer and Charley Fulstone, who have been in the Rubicon section on a deer hunt, have returned to this city. They say that there was plenty of venison in camp. 1 etc Hcnrichs ot Mason valley is spending a few days in this city on a health seeking mission. He reports heavy crops throughout his section of the agricultural belt. Jack Mackey. who is suffering from a broken leg, is getting along as well as can be expected. The swelling in the injured member is going down rapidly and he hopes before long to be ou. on crutches. We Lost Your Good Will If our service station burned down we'd get the insurance. If burglars stole our cash, we could borrow some. But if we lost that part of our business called GOOD WILL, we could get it back again only through months, or possibly years, of the hardest kind of work. That's why we say GOOD WILL is the most valuable thing we own. Our promptness and thorough ness will show you, if you come in, how much we value your GOOD WILL. Opposite Arlington Hotel 11 This trademark, stamped In red on the case, identifies the Wtllard Threaded Rubber Battery. TMfriTi 4 S V rr: - Collections of accounts solicited. Charges moderate. M. J. Herron, 306 N.Carson St. ... . flS.-U jimuiHBi.iit.tn i iiifcil Carson Electric Shop m Batteries wow VETERA!! OF CIVIL lit STILL HALE GEORGE D. SHAW, "To say that I feel .twentyfive years younger, twenty-five years healthier and twenty-five years stronger expresses what Tanlac has done for me better than any other way I can put it," said George D. Shaw, veteran of the Civil war, who now lives at 321 Walnut street, Springfield, Mass. "1 am now 78 years old and I don't hesitate to say I have never known a medicine to equal Tanlac. For fifteen years I was subject to attacks of in digestion that were so bad at times I would have to lay up for a week or two. For a long time I lived on crack ers and milk alone as nothing else agreed with me. "When I started on Tanlac I weighed only 117 pounds and my days were thought to be numbered. I've been so NEWLY-WEDS RETURN Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Frank War-. ren returned to Carson from their J honeymoon trip and are now keeping , house in apartments at Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Verington's. On September 1st Miss Dorothy Cameron and Frank B. Warren were united in marriage, the ceremony tak ing place in St. Mark's church, Berke ley, in the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends. The young couple spent their honeymoon at Fallen Leaf lake. Mrs. Warren came to this city while a child and grew to young womanhood in Carson, making a host of friends. She was a member of the graduating class of 1917 and that fall entered the University of California, graduating with the class of 1921. Mr. Warren came to this city a couple of years ago and during his residence here has made many warm friends. He is in the employ of the public service commission. (VI CUTTING THIRD CROP On a number of the Carson valley farms the third crop of alfalfa is being cut. From appearances there will be more hay in stacks than ever before in the valley's history, for there is a con siderable . amount left over from last year and practically no outside feeders have been brought in to take up the surplus. New dairy .stock is being added to the valley farms, which indicates that the farmers are to turn the hay into a butter account. Practically all of the grain has been threshed in the valley, and while some of the farmers report the crop light, from all appearances there is enough grain in sight to keep want from the door. . , . Water Low The water flow in the Carson river is reported as very low at the diversion points in Carson valley. Owing to the lateness of the season all crops are rip ening fast and some of the farmers will cut a third crop of alfalfa. AMERICAN LAUNDRY CO. Formerly Carson-Reno Laundry All classes of laundry handled. None but white help employed. Try us for silk shirts and soft collars. Actually done by hand. Phone Carson 1513. i -vxf-! 4 - ? ID HEARTY Springfield, Mass. wonderfully built up, I now- weigh 143 pounds and my stomach is as sound as a dollar, in tact, l iteiieve 1 couia eat the old army rations again without it hurting me in the least. "I never miss a chance of saying a good word for Tanlac and I would like to urge the boys of the "Sixties" who are not feeling right to give it a trial, for I am sure it would put them in line again just as it has me. For a man of my aye to have no physical ailment, to be well and strong and enjoy life as he did twenty-five years ago, is certainly something to be thankful for and there is nothing too good I can say for Tan lac." Tanlac is sold in Carson City by Charles L. Kitzmeyer, and by leading druggists everywhere. Fire Destroys Hay One hundred tons of hay on the Dooley ranch in Paradise valley were destroyed by fire last week. Consider able pasture ground was burned over by the fire. No cause for the fire, which started late at night, has been given. The farm buildings were saved. Ware Useful, Lasting. Beautiful and The STEWART High Grade i TkT C ' No. 8 Tea Kettle. 10-quart Water Pail. 2-quart Cereal Cooker, covered. 14-quart Dish Pan, . 17-quart Dish Pan. 2- quart Coffee Pot 3- quart American Sauce Pan, covered. 4- quart American Sauce Pan, covered. 4-quart American Kettle, cov ered. 4- quart Roaster, covered. 5- quart Lip Sauce Pan. 6- quart Lip Sauce Pan. All Covers Enameled. Your Choice for -li. O Stock is limited, tage of this sale. Take advan- Ed. J. Walsh Groceries, Hardware, Paints, Oil, Etc., Etc. Agate 25 Carson City, Nevada Efficient Service by MaiL Let me show yon. State News Heavy Frost Reported A heavy frost, which killed off much vegetation, is reported in Elko county. Spuds ami other tender garden truck suffered. Closes First Grade Owing to a case of scarlet fever de veloping in Elko, the first grade of the public school has been closed for the next two weeks. No Room for Gypsys The gypsy band that has been shunt ed from town to town by the officers made its way as far east as Elko. Within a short time the officers of that section told them to move on. The gypsy of today differs from the one of yesterday only in his mode of trans portation, the automobile having taken the place of horses and wagon. This results in his "doing" the country on a much faster scale.. Cuts Police Force Owing to a lack of funds Winnemuc- ca has been forced to cut down one man on the police force. As the hobos have been keeping the officers hustling it seems that the men left on the job will have something of a time in kep- ing order. Tap Big Flow of Water One of the largest wells so far de veloped in Pahrump valley has been brought in. The well is on the holdings of the Pahrump Ranching company and is said to produce water sufficient for 800 acres. This artesian well is 625 feet deep and has shown no evidence of diminishing since it was brought in. Gives Up Hunt Sheriff Harris, who has been on the trail of Van Eaton in northern Elko county, has returned to Elko, stating that the murderer had evidently re ceived aid and was out of that section of the country. Stolen Car Reported A Dodge car standing in front of the Myer hotel in Elko was stolen last Thursday night. As the theft of the car was not discovered until the next morn ing and it had been filled with gas and oil the previous evening, it is supposed tnc tniet lias a long leaa ot any pur suing party. no RETURN TO" FERNLEY Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lu cas and son Ean autoed in from Fern ley and spent the week end with Mrs. Lucas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Deady. They brought with them a load of "Hearts of Gold" cantalopes. These are the same as grown in the Fallon dis trict and equal, if not surpass, the latter in flavor. Orders were secured from some of the merchants, and the rest of the season this delicious breakfast mel on will be on sale in Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas returned to Fern ley yesterday, but Ean will spend the winter with his grandparents and at tend the Carson school. 00 REPORT ACTIVITIES The Courier-Record reports consid erable mining activity in the Carter station section, where half a dozen men are busy opening up the old works and some new prospects. The old Rodenbaugh tunnel, which produced commercial ore during the "seventies," is being reopened and some good grade milling ore is reported. During the first finds in the section the antimony mixed with the silver pre vented free milling, which to a certain extent prevented treatment of the ore in that section. With the new pro cesses base ores can be handled on the ground. oo WATER LOW TV J. t- uotn nrancnes ot tne parson river are very low, there being but a small amount of water below Woodfords on the west fork. The east fork has dropped off until it is down to a creek condition. During the week one of the reservoirs at the head of the west fork was turned into the river which, it is believed, will fin ish up the third crop in Carson valley. Through careful distribution and regulation the valley farmers have not suffered for irrigation water and the season is about ended. LIFTS QUARANTINE Following a letter received by Dr. Records regarding the anthrax quaran tine established in Lander and Hum boldt counties, the governor today is sued a proclamation declaring the quarantine lifted. The letter from Dr. Records stated ihat no new cases had developed and that all danger of a spread of the dis ease had passed. oo TAMALES Farrell's famous tamales, will be on sale Wednesday and thereafter for the season Phone 507. sl2-tf BIG DANCE! Aroy Hail, Wednesday Everq, Sept. 14 MusicbyBig4 Orchestra of Reno ADMISSION j Gents, $1 and 10c war tax; Ladies free and 10c war tax Republican Delay Resented In West WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. Reports from the west, where whole states were dumped into the Republican column last year by unprecendented majorities, are extremely disquieting to Republi cas here. The action of congress in taking a vacation at this time has add ed to the dissatisfaction that already existed, and Republicans are hearing from home. Several members who chose to remain in Washington are glad they did so. Even the calling of a disarmament conference by President Harding has not allayed the unrest, greatly as that move was favored by the west.. Indeed, the people censured the delay in calling that conference and still feel that the step was finally forced on the president. The three big things that were prom ised, it was said today, were peace' with Germany, revision of the revenue laws and passage of a tariff bill. None of these have come to pass, while the emergency tariff proved a dismal fail ure to those who hoped it would aid in restoring good times for the farmers. The program, said one prominent Daily Bath Would Doom Tuberculosis, Says Expert BAT 1 1, Eng., Sept. 12. "If every one took a daily bath, hot or cold, tuber culosis virtually would disappear from the world, as is being abundantly prov ed in the United States. A daily bath is a greater factor for the preservation of health than all the medicine ever brewed or concocted. The name of this town where we are meeting should be the paramount slogan of every physi cian in the world." Such was the gist of an address de livered here at a conference of the San itary Inspectors' Association by the president, Sif James Crichton-Brown. He insisted that he believed the Fjiglish to be the best washed people in F.uropc, but outside of F.uropc they were being hard pressed by the United States and exceeded by Japan. Comstock Advice Fits Carson Cases Comstock automobilists should not let their enthusiasm run unrestrained when on a trip to Reno, according to reports reaching this city, for it is said that motorcycle cops are keeping a watchful eye on the paved highway and are keeping the speed limit lid clamped down tightly. It is also reported that a limit of twenty miles an hour has been placed over the boulevard, so it be hooves Comstockers, to whom all DIED IN CALIFORNIA Word has been received in this city of the death of Francis Parker Curtis in San Francisco. Death was caused by tuberculosis, from which he had been suffering the past year. Frank Curtis, ("Kid"), as he was best known in Carson, was reared and raised in this city, where he learned the printer's trade in the old Appeal office. He had followed the trade since that time, mostly in coast cities. The deceased was 56 years of age. Interment was at Cypress Lawn cem etery, near San Francisco. Many old Carsonites will regret to learn of his death, for during the days of his youth he was one of the best known and thought of young men in this city. HELD UP THE GAME The report has reached Carson that a poker game was held up in Gold Hill a few evenings ago that netted the stick-up man a considerable sum, ranging from $500 to $1,500. No arrests have been made so far as known, but a careful survey is being made for the gun man who pulled off the deed. HIrtnniMMn Republican member of congress today, ought to have been carried out in a few weeks. But it has not been done yet, six months after inauguration." Nothing has kicked up a row in Re publican ranks like the "fraud of a civil service ruling," as the revised plan of choosing postmasters was described today. Republican congressmen think the postmasters should be totally under the civil service or totally on the side of patronage. Now it is about half and half. Among the other causes of complaint are: Appointment of George Harvey as ambassador to Great Britain, regarded in many Republican as well as Demo cratic circles as utterly unfit for the job; payment of $25,000,000 to Colom bia; failure to prosecute alleged war frauds; the collapse of the promise to prosecute the war profiteers, practical ly all of whom are now safe under the statute of limitations, though the ad ministration: has had six months in which to act. "We have still a long way to go, however," he said, "before we attain a proper standard of personal cleanliness and recover from the blight of unwash edness beques.thed by the Middle AgS In parts of Scotland even there is a superstition that washing the back tends to weaken it. Hence coal miners, while scrupulously washing all the rest of the body, leave the back black with coal dust, with the result that I have seen many cases of aggravated skin diseases. "Every home. however humble, should have a tub provided, if neces sary, by the state. A bath has an up lifting power and ministers to self respect, and the practice of singing in the tub is a pa- of praise to its salutary virtues." things have a roseate hue in these days of mining and business revival on the old lode, to have a care when turning in on the paved way. Two of our super intendents have already contributed $25' each to the coffers of Washoe county.- Watch the speedometer, boys, as you' cross the line into Washoe county Events are speeding up on the Conr stock, and it is a condition that is con tagious, particularly when out on a joy ride in the suburban districts. Vir ginia Chronicle. That which is directed to the Com stocker can go double, as the Carson ite has a habit of stepping on the but ton when they hit the highway. The safe and sane driver will relish a few more donations to the Washoe county treasury by the speed bugs. m. jlijii m. tuiia cum i V egetables z Watermelons and Cante loupes in Carload Lots, Direct From Grow er to Consum er at f Cot Prcse Met! Arlington Hotel Block t t t t fr