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CARSON DAILY APPEAL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922
FILED A PENALTY LIEN -
ON HUMBOLDT CO. HOTEL'
Louis A. Spellicr, collector of internal
revenue for the distrio-of Nevada, filed
a nen wun voumy ivecorucr rrauK wi
main of Humbc-ldt'county against the
hotel property in Paradise Vallley own
ed by Santi Arriola and Ous Malactche-
vana, known generally as tne aenwanz ;
proierty. The lien demands a tax of j
$2050 and $500 in penalties and arises i
from the alleged sale of liquors on the j
premises. Arriola was recently tried
and acquitted in the federal court at
, Carson City on a charge of dry law vio
lation. llumlxjldt Star.
APPOINTED COMMISSIONER ;
OF LABOR AT BUTTE .
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v( ( r
AN ORDINANCE FIXING THB
CLOSED SEASON ON VALLEY
QUAIL AND ON GROUSE AND
MOUNTAIN QUAIL WITHIN
OMSBY COUNTY, NEVADA.
.... .......
Pursuantto the provisions of an Act
of the Legislature of -the State of Ne
vada, entitled "An Act to provide for the
protection and preservation of fish and
game, providing for penalties for the
volation thereof, and repealing all acts
and parts of acts in conflict herewith."
Approved March 27, 1917 and as amend
ed March 23, 1921, the Board of County
Commissioners of Ormsby County, State
'of Nevada, do ordain as follows:
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for
any person or persons, firm, company,
f corporation or association to kill, catch,
trap, net, pound, weir, wound or pur
sue with intent to catch, capture, injure
or destroy, within the boundaries of
Ormsby County, State of Nevada, any
valley quail before the first day of Octo
ber and after the fifteenth day of Octo
ber of each and every year.
Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful for any
person or persons, firm, company, cor-
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL porat:on or association to Kin,- caicn,
er, beinjr born in Virginia City in 1879,- ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION ' trap, net, pound, weir, wound or pur
the family moving to Butte in the eight-Jin the District Court of the First. Ju- sue w;th ntent to catch, capture, injure,
ics when he was only a youth. His dicjal District of the State of -OT destroy, within the boundaries of
father was the late Alexander McMahon J ;)ym a lor tne couuty 01 j Ormsby County, State of Nevada, any
a nioneer resident of Virginia. IT,, thp fatrr r.f flip Ttslate of Charles trrouse or mountain quail before the
, j M. Cavanaugh, Deceased. j first day of September and after the
WANTED ' I. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thati fiieenth day 0f September of each and
nUfrict or State Reoresentative want- ' I'""";'"" - " "
The Butte, Mont., Post announces the j
appointment of William J. McMahon ;
as commissioner of labor by the Ana-.
conda Copper Company, who in the fu-j
ture will adjust all grievances or d:s-
putcs between that company and its)
employes. The appointment is of spc-j
cial interest in Virginia the Chronicle)
says, as McMahon is a native Comstock- j
BILLIE DOVE -
At the head of a distinguished
cast he hmt begun work on
"Country Love," a screen fom
dy drama based on a story by
Hulbert Footner.
every year.
ed. To organize territory and put out
salesmen for machine that sells to all
merchants. Big opportunity for right
man. Exclusive territory. Should make
t nun fit t in t-:rt liiilinal District oil
the State of Nevada, in and for the Sec. 3.
Any person or persons, firm,
County of Ormsby, made on the 26th , company, corporation or association
day of August, VJ2Z, in the matter of j violatinjr the provisions of this Ordi-
Cavanaugh, 1 cilan i,P 1eem-d oniltv of a mis
demeanor and upon conviction thereof
the estate of Charles M.
( ,l...wn rn1 tVldk ntlL-vrci 1 1 1 1 "? 1 O O A tT". 1I11C
$3000 to $10,000 annually, $300 to $1WJ I ,r.r;v r ca;,i tat, will cpII at
capital required. Address Box ,53, j public auction to the highest bulder, for shall be fined in any sum not less than
cash, IawtuI money ot the Lnited Mates, ' nor more than. ?oUU. or imprisoned in
and subject to confirmation by said Dis-Lhe Countv lail of Ormsby Countv. for
'trict Court, on Monday, the Zoth day ! . - nr
of September, 1922, at 2 o'clock p.m. of " lt " -
sa',1 dav. in front of the courthouse. hy 1)0in such fine and impr.sonment.
Carson Citv. Ormsbv Countv. Nevada. Sec. 4. All Ordinances or parts of
all the right, title, interest and estate ; Ordinances in conflict with the pro
.ot the said Charles M. Cavanaugh at ..:.:,,. nf ,1,; nrflinai-.rp are berebv
.. 1- 1 .t. 1 ll .1.. I --'- -
i tne lime oi nis aeaiu, anu ait tne ngni, i ,
titli. arnl mtprrtt lhat ihe Saul pstate
Seattle, Wash. Advt.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
T. Ryan, expert chimney sweep ; first
class local references given. Phone
Golden West Hotel. A25-lw.
i 0 9' 0 J
REX INGRAM
The young director of "Tbo
Four Horsemen" believes that tha
classics will always be drawn upoa
for motion picture materiaL
has, by operation of law, or otherwise,
acquired other than or in- addition to
that of the sa d Charles M. Cavanaugh
at the time of his death, in and to-that
certain piece, parcel -or tract of land
situate, lying and being in the City
of Carson, Ormsby County, State of
Nevada, and described as follows, to-j
wit:
Lot 4 and West 24 feet of Lot
3, Block 7, Sears, Thompson and
Sears Division of Carson City,
Nevada.
Terms and conditions of sale," cash,
lawful money of the United States, ten
per cent (10) of the purchase money
to be paid to the auctioneer on the
day of sale, balance on confirmation of
sale by said District Court.
NELLIE W..LAMMON,
Administrator of the Estate of
Charles M. Cavanaugh, de
ceased. Carson City, Nevada, Sept. 2, 1922.
4, i.iium.ih, ji vv
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Fassed and approved this 6:h day of
September, 1922.
Chairman of the Board of County
Commissioners of Ormsby County, Ne
vada.
Attest: This 6th day of September,
1922.
J. V. LEGATE,
County Clerk of said Ormsby Coun
ty. S9-tf.
Wood, Coal &
Feed Yard
When you want Coal that
burns and leaves no clinkers
Phone 1-54-1
We will supply your wants
JOHN RUBKE
CARSON, NEVADA-
C. H. PETERS
Insurance
and Real Estate
Carson City
Nevada
WARREN E. BALDY
Attorney-at-Law
Office
Carson Vallley Bank Building
Carson City, Nevada
John M. Chartz Alfred Chartz
CHARTZ & CHARTZ
Attorney s-at-Law
Tractice in all State and Federal
Courts: Office: Corner west of
Carson Valley Bank Building
Carson City, Nevada
Keep Smiling With
H. P. ROGGE, D.C.
Chiropractor
FOR SALE
The Hal Mighels ranch property, 37
acres, alfalfa, pasiure, and some grain
lard. Over twenty flowing artesar
wells. 100,000-gallon reservoir with c-'TV
lete electric pumping plants Modern
.-rcrete frost-proof bungalow of five
rooms witn every city convenience.
Brick cellar, barn for six cows, chick
and brooder house. One mile from
iv:c center on concrete highway, just
outs-de citv limits. A goir incon-e
prcpe'ty. For terms sx. owner or ad
dress II. R. Migheli general delivery
We Give
Standard
Willard
Service
on All
Batteries
With our experience
and equipment we have
a notion that we could
work out a pretty fair
sort of battery service
without much help.
But we also have an
idea that it wouldn't
measure up to the
brand of service de
veloped for our use by
the Willard Storage
Battery Company.
As Battery Headquar
ters we have the benefit of
their years of experience,
and of the definite national
standards of service they
have been able to develop
as a result.
Come in! No matter
what make of battery you
happen to have it needs
the sort of attention pro
vided by the Willard Stand
ard of Service
Carson Electric Shop
H. B. Karge P. H. Heiden
PHONE 1223
Representing
Willard Storage
Batteries
W. S. C. CUSTER CORPS
HO. 15 Meets the Second
and Fourth Friday at 8 p.
mM in Eagles HalL
. Visiting and sojourning
members are cordially invited.
NETTIE QUILU SecY
EVELYN S. BRADY. Pres.
PLUMBING
Plumbing and pipe work in
all its branches promptly
attended to. Phone 485.
ED OURRAN
NEW GOODS
New French dress ginghams, 38
inches wide; new Percales; Pil
low Tubing Pecquot, 45 inches
wide; Flannelettes, pink, white,
and grey, 36 inches wide; new
Challiies Indian Head 66 inches
wide.
GEE.H1NG j
n
j Carson Valley Bank
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i Carson City
Nevada
CAPITAL, FULLY PAID
50,000.00
OFPICESf
George Wingfield, Pre.
L. W. Znowles, Vice-Pres
H. C. Clapp, Cashier
G. B. Spradling, Ast C'akr.
DIRECTOR!
Geo. Wingfield
L. W. Knowles
H. C. Clapp
Chat. J. Rolitom
This bank vi 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 Deposit!
and Savings Accounts. United States Depository for Postal
Saving Funds.
!-
A. G. Meyers
All San Francisco Dailies Hot Butterkist
Pop Corn Daily Peanuts and Confection
Fresh Opposite Post Office Telephone 63
503 East Telegraph Street
Office Hours: From 6 to 8 p.m.
Lady Attendant -
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PHONE
6 3
H. J. Vaughan
PHONE
6 3
Tobacconist-Newsdealer-Billiard Parlor
CARSON CITY, NEVADA
GROCERIES
HARDWARE
CROCKERY
Prices Are Right Quality Highest
-4.
Imported and Domestic Cigars Pipes, Smoking
Tobacco, Cigarettes, Everything for the Smoker
of Taste Pure Goods and Courteous Treatment
VANILLA
STRAWBERRY
CHOCOLATE
CHISM'S
QUALITY
ICE CREAM
AT
Matt Farrell's
f
Fire tosHrainice
. James M. Leonard, Agent
feuon VUey Bank' BIdg. n
Phoae 5-6-1
VAN HEUSEN The World's Smartest Collars 50c EACH
FINE PURE SILK SHIRTS Very best of Materials used in
these articles. Triced at$6.00 EACH.
GENUINE VELOUR HATS Very Swell. Priced at 6.00
MOORE'S PATENT BLUE CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS
Just the thing for every day. Good service. $1.00 EACH
THE EMPORIUM
Carson City, Nevada
A. COHN, President
MM HHM
s.
Virginia a Truckee Railway
General Offices. Carson City, Nevada
H. COFFIN, General Manager
C. BIGELOW, H. U GRIFFITHS,
General Passenger Agent - General Freight Agent
No. 6
Mot'r
No. 4
Mix'c
m.
4.30
4.44
4.48
4.53
5.08
5.18
527
5.40
p. m.
1.08
1.30
1.38
1.45
2.05
2.20
2.35
2.55
3.35
3.45
425
4.47
No.2M'ls
Pass. I
v April 14, 1921
No. 1
Pass.
a. m.
8.35
8.50
8.55
9.00
9.16
927
9.37
9.50
10.00
10.09
10.45
11.00
J 5.09 J 11.17
f 520 11.27
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Browns
Steamboat
Washoe
Franktown
Lake view
Carson City Lv
Carson City Ar
Empire
Mound House
Haywards
Gold Hill
Virginia City' Lt
p. m.
630
6.34
629
624
6.11
6.00
5.50
5.35
525
5.17
5.00
4.47
4.31
4 20
No. 3
Mixed
a. m.
10.50
10.35
10.29
1022
10.05
9.51
9.37
9.10
8.50
8.37
8.10
7.45
726
7.15
No. 5
Motor
p. m.
1.30
1.16
1.12
1.07
12,54
12.44
12.35
1220
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Mot'rMix'dMixed
No. 15 No. 17 INo. 19
p. m.
5.45
5.56
620
p.m.i
3.10
322
3.50
a. m.
10.00
10.12
10.40
0
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15
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Ar
Carson City
Stewart
Minden
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MixedlMixed IMotor
p. m
12.10
11.58
11.30
p. in. I p. m.
5.10
4.58
4.30
7 m
6.49
6.25
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Pnnnrtina at Reno and Mound House with Southern Pacific Co., at Car
mr,n Pit dailv -eot Sundav Mav 1st to 1 una-15th and September 1st to Octo
ber 31st Dailv lune 15th to September 1st with auto stage for Glenbrook,
I olrociH Park- Riinu and Al Tahoe: at Minden with daily auto stage for
Woodfords and Markleeville ; daily except Sunday with auto stages for Genoa,
Walley Springs, Colevilte, Topar, Wellington, Sweetwater and Bridgeport.
Passengers for Masonic leave Minden Tuesdays and Thursdays, remain at
Bridgeport over nights-arriving at Masonic on Wednesdays ana rnaayi.
TOOLS
Since men began to use stone to
shape other stone into implements
for the hunt or for war, a thought
ful man has always appreciated a
good tool.
He depends upon it as an effi
cient aid in his work. It is always
reliable.
Such are the tools in my stock.
I will neither buy or sell an in.
ferior tool at any price.
E. J.Walsh
Groceries, Hardware, Stoves
Cooking Utensil, Etc,
Carson City, Nevada
Efficient Service by Mail
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