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CARSON DAILY APPEAL, FRIDAY, tyARCH 10, 1922
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NOTES OF PERSONAL INTEREST
IC
H. F. Powell is a recent arrival from
Topaz.
E. J. Cooper of Yerington spent last
night in Carson.
S. L. Cain of Eureka Mills is spend
ing a few days here.
C. S. Floyd came from Mound House
last evening to spend the night.
Miss Willadma Lee, University of
Nevada student, is spending the week
end in this city.
Frank Dlckerson of Yerington, a for
mer resident of this city, is spending
a few days lure.
Mrs. Fred Smith, who has been in
Keno for the past few days, returned
here last evening.
George D. Smith, chairman of the
Nevada industrial commission, left last
evening for the Coast.
E. T. Clyde, Carson News editor,
prepared today to leave this evening for
California on a business mission.
Mrs. Carrie Pickett, who has been in
th!s city for some time, was a depart
ure for Truckee, Cal. last evening.
Fred Trimmer left for Oakland, Cal.,
last evening to he in attendance on his
mother, who is seriously ill at that
place.
William CafTrey, wire chief for the
Bell Telephone Company, has returned
from a trip to Virginia Ciy where he
went to get an automobile which was '
marooned
snow.
there on account of deep
NOTICE TO BOND BIDDERS
Notice is hereby given that the board
of School Trustees of Carson School '
District No. 1, will receive bids tip to
the hour of seven o'clock p.m. of the
16th day of March, 1922, for the sale of
the entire issue of Carson School Dis
trict No. 1, Building Bonds,
The above issue is authorized under
and by virtue of sections 191 to 202,
inclusive, of an act of the Legislature
of the State of Nevada, entitled "An
Act concerning public schools, and re
pealing certain acts relating thereto."
Approved March 20, 1911, and as
amended by the statutes of Nevada,
1913, 1915, and 1921, and that under
and by virtue of said act said bond
issue was authorized by the direct vote
' of the qualified electors of said district
at an election held on the 18th day of '
February, 1922. Said issue is com
posed of a series of seventy bonds,
dated April 1, 1922, and of the par
value of two hundred and fifty dollars
each, bearing interest at the rate of
six per cent per annum, interest pay
able semi-annually, upon presentation
and surrender of proper interest cou
pon at the office of the County Treas
urer of Ormsby County, Nevada. Said
bonds will mature and be retired ac
cording to their consecutive numbers
and at the rate of seven bonds each
year, the first seven of said bonds ma
turing on the first day of July, 1923,
and seven bonds on the first day of
July of each and every year thereafter,
until the whole of said issue shall have
been retired and paid.
No bid of less than par value of said
bonds will be considered, and all bids
A. G.
CARSON CITY, NEVADA
GROCERIES
HARDWARE
CROCKERY
Prices Are Right
LYON COUNTY flICtHWAY
BONDS TO BE SOLD
The commissioners of Lyon county
will at their next meeting, . dispose of
$41,500 worth of county highway bonds
for the purpose of raising money neces
sary to carry out the program of high
way construction in cooperation with
the federal government. This amount
is one-fifth of the sum to be expended
by the government, and the whole
amount is to be used for road work in
Mason and Smith valleys and in- the
Fernley district, says the Yerington
Times.
The bonds are to be in denomination
of $500 each, are to run ten years, and
bear interest at six per cent. A spe
cial tax levy of five cents on $100 valu
ation will be required to retire the
bonds.
THE WEATHER
U. S.
Department of Agriculture
C. F. Marvin, Chief
Reno. New, March 10, 1922
For Nevada Probably rain or snow
tonight and Satiirdav.
H. F. ALPS.
Observations taken today at 8 a.m.,
57 meridian time. First figures, low
est temperature last night; second,
highest yesterday; third, rain and melt
ed snow past twenty-four Iiours.
j Amounts of precipitation of less than
0.01 inch are not published hereon.
Boise 30
Chicago 36
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42
64
40
76
46
64
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sunset
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for
Helena 24
Los Angeles 46
Modena, Utah 22
New Orleans 58
New York 36
Phoenix 36
Portland 36
Reno 29
Sacramento '42
Salt Lake City 24
I San Francisco 42
I Spokane 34
Tonopah 26
Washington 42
Winnemucca 20
Hours of sunrise and
March 10 Sunrise, 6:18 a.m
6 00 p.m.
sunset.
shall be sealed and sent or delivered to
F. E. Meder, Clerk of the Board, at
Carson City, Nevada, so as to be re
ceived at or prior to the time above
mentioned. The Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids, and to sell said
bonds at not less than their par value
and at private sale, if the board deem
it for the best interest of said dis
trict. F. E. MEDER,
Clerk of the Board . of School Trustees,
Carson School District No. 1.
First publication, March 8, 1922.
Last publication, March 14, 1922.
...W. N. EVANS...
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
LICENSED MORTICIAN
NEW AUTO HEARSE
Modern Paraphanalia
Lady Attendant
EFFICIENCY MT MOTTO
Parlors, 502 S. Carson St, Phone 44
Meyers!
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Quality Highest
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NOTICE FOR POSTING OP SET
TLEMENT OF ACCOUNT AND
PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION
In the District Court of the First Ju
dicial District of the State of Ne
vada. In the matter of the Estate of Joseph
Sauve, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Joseph
Rochon, administrator of the estate of
Joseph Sauve, deceased, has rendered
and presented for settlement and filed
in this court his first and final account
and petition for distribution of the said
estate, and that Saturday, the 18lh day
of March, 1922 at 10 o'clock a.m. of
sa!d day, at the courtroom of said
court, in Carson City, Orsmby County,
Nevada, has been appointed by said
court for the settlement of said ac
count and hearing said petition for the '
distrbution of said estate at which
time and place, any person interested
in said estate may appear and file his
objections and exceptions in writing
to the said account, and contest the
same.
Dated February 21st, 1922.
J. W. LEGATE, Clerk
PLATT & SANFORD,
Attorneys for Administrator.
f23-t3w.
WANTED To hear from owner hav
ing farm or unimproved land for sale.
John J. Black, Chippewa Falls, Wis
consin. " ml-t3.
SALESMEN, Agents. Advertise. Sell
candy to store keepers. Big pay.
Experience not necessary. F. Kuril.
721 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Batteries
Wear
Out
for
1 wo
Good
Reasons
Every battery has
two kinds of wear the
natural slow wear due
to use, and the more
rapid wear that comes
from abuse.
Keep the proper
amount of water in
your battery by putt
ing in a little every two
weeks. Test with the
hydrometer to make
sure there's enough
charge. Come in to
Battery Headquarters
at the first faint sign
of trouble.
Then your battery will
wear out slowly and grad
ually, giving you uninter
rupted service at lowest
cot per month and per mile.
Carson Electric Shop
Telephone 1223
P. H. HEIDEN H. P. KARGE
Representing
Willard Storage
Batteries
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CARSON FURNITURE STORE
Anything that you need in the line of furnishings?
Jf An exceptional bargain on a large refrigerator, I will bring
my wall-paper books to your home and measure your rooms.
Picture framing and repair work, Work called for or tie
. livcred. Everything cash or C.O.D.. No Credit.
- - C. MULLER, Prop.
311 South Carson Street Telephone 145
Underwootf
Typewriters
Reno Office, 36 W. 2d St.
Phone 492
THOS. HUSTON,
Nevada Representative
Wood, Coal 8C
Feed Yard
When you want Coal that
burns and leaves no clinkers
Phone 1-5-1-1
We will supply your wants
JOHN RUBKE
CARSON, NEVADA
DNEUMONIA
I Call e physician. Then begin
"emergency" treatment with
V a fo Rub
OecrMMiUlea Jan Usci Ye&b
VOU can buy a suit
Ahere with the as
surance of getting just
what you want fine
quality, good style,
perfect fit and big
value.
We are confident
of pleasing you be
cause we know that
clothes "Tailored to
Measure by Born"
give satisfaction in an
unusual degree.
And yet this adds
no premium to the
price. Born Tailor
ing is sold at prices
lower than average
prices well within
reach of reduced in
comes Jos. Smyth
Men's Furnishings
v
Millions of hcravives use
Calumet Baking Powder because of its de
pendabilitybecause v. hen. they place their baking
in the oven, they know it v;:H "turn cut" all right.
They are confident of results tecauce they know
that no matter what they bake pies, cakes, bis
cuits, muffins the results will be the same
light, perfectly raised, wholesome foods.
1 iri iBS.i
KING PB MB EH
never disappoints. Don' t prepare
bakings with expensive ingredients and ,
then have them spoiled because of an
inferior leavener.
Have the same assurance that
the majority of other housewives have. ;
A pound can of Calumet contains f u'.l 1 3 ounces. Some !,
baking powders come in 12 ounce instead of 16 ounce
cans. Be sure you get a pound when you want it.
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SO THE PEOPLE
Virginia, Minnesota, has made its third reduction in
light rates since buying the lighting plant.
No municipality should make the mistake of trying to
establish a competing plant. Where a private utility oc
cupies the field it is by all means advisable to purchase it
at its fair appraised value as the first step torrard r;uni
cipal ownership.
A franchise for a public utility is a prize, a bif; asset of
any city. Don't fritter it away.
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WEED CHAINS
Federal Tires and Tubes
A Large Stock of Assorted Sizes and Styles to Select From
Red ArrowGarage & Auto Co.
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PHONE 15 1
Geo. A. Cole, Pres.
Imported and Domestic Cigars Pipes, Smoking
Tobacco, Cigaretter . Everything for the Smoker
of Taste Pure Goods ansi Courteous Treatment
pH5Se
6 3
H. J. Vaudian
Tobacconist-rNewsdealer-Billiard Parlor
All San Francisco DailiesH-Hot fiutterkist
Pop Cora Daily Peaniits and Confection,
Fresh OppositePost OfficeTeIephone63
PLUMBING
Plumbing and pipe work in
all its branches promptly
attended to. Phone 485.
ED UURRAN
rSW. R. C. CUSTER CORPS
'r-tfSrf.i' KO. 15 Meets the Second
J - K Jj and Fourth Friday at 8 p.
w .4 , t 2J m., m Eagles HalL
Visiting and sojourning
members are - cordially in
vited.
NETTIE "QUILL. Sec"
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piUMET
AY NOW
CARSON CITY, NEVADA
T. L. Hawkins, Sec-Treas.
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Just Received
Good quality ticking; linea for
fancy work (linen color); red sad
white damask.
GEE H1NG
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EVELYN S. BRADY, Jrc-

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