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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
• Saturday.May 14, 1904. Entered at the Postoffice. Yeringtoti as sec lass mail matter. M. liKliMMiiU, 380 Pine street. Han Krancisco. is our authorized Agent in Cal. tMVCKTIMIVL 1C AT MM : Legal advertising, pur square | 2 00 Each subsequent insertion . 1 no 'ommercial advertising, single column. pur inch pur mouth. l no Double column, per Inch. 2 00 Local notices, per line, first insertion_ 10 Each subsequent insertion, per line. 05 In Mcmorium Resolutions and Cards of I hanks, one insertion, per line 10 Professional Cards, Lodge meeting no tices. etc., per month. . . 75 TIME TABXiB -or THIC CARSON & COLORADO R. R. —TAKING KFFKOT NOVEMBER 18th, 1901. •STATIONS. Mound House. Dayton. < lliton. Fort Churchill Wabuska . Cleaver . Vlason. Rio Vista. Schur* . (tillia . j Hawthorne Hawthorne Liming New Boston. Sodavllle — Rhode? . Belleville. function Junction Candelaria Junction. Candelaria Junction Basalt. •Summit.. Queen. Benton Htation. Hamm ill Laws . llvord Aberdeen Sta Citrus Mt. Whitney Hwanaea. Keeler ... From ,8an Francisco No. % i Leaves — 10:4ft a m 11:1 ft a m 11:56 am 12:27 p m i!2( l :67 p m 2:07 p m 2:3ft p in 8:16 p m 8 :56 p m Arrive li ft: 00 p ni , No. 4 I Leaves — 6:00 a m 7:10 a in 7:30 a m 7:60 a m 8 05 a m H :37 a m 8:16am J No. 6. Leaves— 8;60 a rn A rrives— 9:20 a rn No. 8. I Leave* 2:50 p m Arrives - 8:20 p rn j No. 4. Leaves— 10:10 a m . 11:10 a m ■ 11:50 h m 12:8( p in | 1 ;10 p rn j 1:5ft p m I 3'wi >■,n 4:0ft p m i 4 :47 p m | ft :30 p rn 6:12 p m 6 :40 p m • Arrives— 6 :ft0 p m To San Francisco No. 1. Arrives— 1.45 p in 4:10 p Di 3:30 p ni 2:58 p hi ?$} - 1:33 p m 1.-23 p in 12:55 p ni 12:15 p in 1135 r in Leaves 1030 a in No. 8 Arrlves 6.65 p m 5:44 p in 6:2/1 p ni 5:08 p in 4:48 p in 4:18 j, m 4:10 p ni No. 6 Arrives— 10:05 a in Leaves— 0:35 a m No. 7. Arrives— 405 p in Leaves— 3:35 p m No. 3. Arrives 2:45 p m 1 30 p hi 1 tl0 p m 12:30 p ni 11:40 p m 10:56 p in ! 9:55/ ’.♦301 1,1 8:45 p m 8:03 p ni 7:20 p in 6 38 p m 6:10 p in Leaves 6:00 a in Train* I and 1 run dally. Train* 8. 4, ft. 7 and R run daily except Sun day*. Passenger train* make clone connection at Mound House with express train* of Virginia and Tru -kee Railroad, which connect at Keno with cast and west hound train* of the Ten tral Pa Ifle Railroad HTAOR CONNECTIONS At Wahuska with daily stage for Yertngton and Wellington. at Hawthorne with daily stage for Bodie and Bridgeport. J. KRlTTTHt'HNITT, General Manager R. J. LAWS. Superintendent. Churi'li Notice. On Sunday religious* mrrvices will be conducted ns follows: Preaching service** at II a. in. ami 7 p. m. Sun lav school immediately after morn- j ing services. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings, to commence at 7 o’clock. All are cordially invited to attend these meetings. Plummer School House: Preach-1 ing by pastor the first Sunday of ' each month to commence at 2:30) o’clock. Barret School House: Preaching l»v pastor the third Sunday of each month to commence at 2:30 o’clock. TltOH. II. N ICHOl.AS, PA5TOK. Mr. Joseph Pominville, of Still water, Minn., after having spent over (2,000 with the ties! doctors tor stomach trouble, without relief, was idvised bv his druggist, Mr. Alex. Richard, to try a box of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a well man today. It troubled with indigestion, bad taste in the month, lack of appetite or constipation, give these tablets a trial, and you are certain to he more than pleased with the result. For sale at 25c. per box by <JL I. Leavitt & Son. More Building. S. J. Sweetman purchased from George W. Knierini this week a 50 toot lot on the east side of Main street, between the Kni rim and the J. G. Km’man residences. Mr. Sweet man will very soon her in the construction ot a good-sized stone building on his lot, a portion ot which will he used tor a hank, it is understood, and in which I)r. Martin will have offices. Whooping Cough. “In the Spring ot 1901 my children had whooping cough,” says Mrs. I). W. Capps, ot Capps, Ala. “I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with the most satisfactory results. 1 think this is the best remedy I have ever seen tor whooping cough.” This remedy keeps the cough loose, lessens the severity and frequency ot the coughing spells and conter acts any tendency toward pneumo nia. For sale by G. I. Leavitt St Son. BRIEF MENTION. —A. Bailey paid Reno a visit this week. —II. Pilkington and family re turned from Carson Thursday. I her* will he a school picnic at the Miller & Lux ranch next Satur d ay. —George Kglin came out from Dayton last Sunday, returning the next day. T-un Jennings paid Virginia City a visit this week, returning W ednesda y. — 'The wife of N. Poli presented her husband with a sou, at Wabus ka on th< 5th inst. Jim Welsh has been up from the big ditch during the week, but ex pects to return soon. —L. A. Blakeslee. Internal Reve nue Collector, paid Yerington a short visit this week. —J. M. Feen v, Mayor of Wabuska, paid Carson a short business visit the first of this week. —K. C. Lane passed through Wa touska Tuesday on his way to San Francisco from Tonopah. —S. W. Gregory and wife left tor their Mono county ranch the first of the week to reside during the Sum mer. —Mrs. Jesse Glann lias taken up her residence in the Barton house, on upper Main str< t, for the Sum me r. Mrs. Lou Powers left for Haw thorne Tuesday, there to join he r husband, and reside for a short time at least. Miss Kdith Lester returned to her home in Silver City last Satur day, after a visit ot several weeks here with friends. —Fred Chapman, who has been here fora couple ot months looking over the mining section ot the count ry, returned to Golconda yesterday. Dr. H. A McNeil, dentist, will arrive in Yerington on June 8th to remain for a t w weeks only His office will he at the Vaillencour resi dence. —V. McIntyre and wile drove up to Hind’s Hot Springs Wednesday, where the hitter will remain lor a short time tor the benefit ot her health. —Sheriti Randall was out from Iiayton this week summoning ju rors to lie present at the session of District Court to ta held in Dayton on the 17th inst. —C. W. Gallagher and wile and daughter and Mrs. Lou !’• wersdove out to Dayton last Saturday to at tend the Cosgrove concert and dance, returning Monday. — Mrs. Annie Carney, who has been here tor a coupl ot months under the doctor’s care, returned to her home in Smith Valley last Sun day, accompanied by her children. A. H. Whitman completed the construction of a neat picket fence in front ot Mrs. Webster’s residence, on Main street, this week. It makes a decided improvement to tie- place. —There will he a lecture at the Methodist Church tomorrow even ing, commencing at 7:30. on ‘'Wil liam McKinley, th Pacifier.” Also special music by the choir. All are cordially invited. H. M. Sehoolev and wife and the Rev. Joseph Wilkes and wife, ot Smith Valley, h it last week tor Los Angeles to attend the Methodist Con ference being held there.—Gardner ville Record-Conrit-r. —Call on Thomas Jennings tor bargains in harness. He is selling at cost, or below, his entire slock ot single and double harness, saddles, robes, whips, blankets, etc. Call early and get your pick. —The many friends of Miss Flor ence Spurgeon will be plea sod to learn that her health has improved greatly under tin- physician’s care in Sacramento, and that there is every reason to believe that she will entirely recover in a tew months. — We are late this week and have left out much matter already set up, to make room tor an important com munication which appears on page two. It was not received until Fri day evening, but is ot such import ance that it warrants the dely. Don’t tail to read it, then pass it along to your neighbor. Made Young Again. "One of Dr. King’s New Life Fills ench night for two weeks has put me in my ‘teens’ again” writes D. 11. Turner ot Dempsevtown, Fa. They’re the best in the world tor Liver, Stomach and Dowels. Furelv vegetable. Never gripe. Only 25c. rt Mason Valley Drug Store. Musicale and Dance. Miss Pearl Collins and her pupils, assisted by Miss Queen Wilson and Miss Annie Paquint, will giva a musicale in the Owl Hall next Fri day evening, the affair to wind up with a social dance. The admisson will Lx* 25c. each. Following is the program : W a 11 z.S trea bbog Lyla Mitchell. Forest Birds. Frogman Op 64. No. 7 Lucille Gallagher. , lien* We Go, 4 hands Kate Vannah Jim Barton, Frank Downey. Kstudentina Waltzes. Waldtentel Kvelyn Segal. May Day.Kathburn Klva Hansen. j Goldfish, 4 hands.Goerdeler Lois Holland, Francis Hothein. I>anc« of the Nymphs.Fischer Op. 229 Miss Lulu Kaufman. Vocal Solo Miss Annie Paquint. Waltzes.Tito Mattel Op. 18 Miss Lizzie Baker. Overtur* , 4 hands. ... Rossini Miss Alice Reyim rs Miss Pearl Collins. Vocal Solo Miss Queen Wilson. Pitt Pall, 4 hands Kngleman Op. 333 Miss Ruth Williams Miss Pearl Collins visited Pine Grove. Doc. Hudgens, one ot the owners of the Pine Grove mines, visited the property this week in company with a Mr. Marr, a cyanide export who represents a company located at Sumpter, Oregon. There are about 200,000 tons ot tailings on the prop »rty. Two-thirds of these were worked over some years ago, hut it is thought that they may contain values sufficient to warrant work ing again. There ar over 60,000 tons ot tailings lying mainly under the waste dumps, which have never been worked. Mr. Marr has taken many samples tor tests, and should the material he found to contain suf ficient values a plant will he con structed for their extraction. Mr. Hudgens expects also to soon put several mui to work on the big tunnel, this work to count as assess ment work on the unpatented claims in the Pine Grove group. June Number of “New Idea." A number of new features char acterize the June issue ot the New Idea Woman’s Magazine. Among them may be mentioned especially “Perdita’s Problem," the first ot a series of papers by Alice Chitten den, t» lling how a small family may live comfortably on a moderate in come. “Summer Comfort’’ is anoth er interesting paper by Maud Mur ray Miller. “A Glimpse ot Capri,” by Jean 11. Stearns, is a charming tale ot travel. “A German Bride’s outfit," by Mabel A. Potter, is both instructive and entertaining. In fiction, fashions, theatrical news, do mestic science and interior decora tion, the number fairly teems with good things, and the illustrations fitly supplement the text. Death of Mrs= DavU. News reached here this week of the death ot Mrs. K D. Davis at her home in Jamestown, Cal., on the 2d ot this month, alter a short illness. Mrs. Davis was the daughter ot A. Charlebois, ot Hast Walker, and had been married less than two years. She was only nineteen years ot age and leaves a husband and infant child in Jamestown besides a father and several brothers who reside on the Hast Walker. The news came as a surprise to friends here and the father and brothers have the sym pathy ot all. A Startling Test. To save ,1 life, I)r. T. Gr. Merritt, ot No. Me hoops n v, I *a., made a startling test resulting in a wonderful cure. He writes, "a patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages, caused hv ulceration ot the stomach. 1 had often found Klectric Bitters excellent tor acute stomach and liver t roubles so 1 prescribed them. The patient gained from the tirst. and has not had an attack in 14 months." Klec tric Hitters are positively guar anteed tor Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Constipation and Kidney troubles. Trv them. Onlv 50c. at Leavitts Sold Out. Thomas Jennings sold his harness shop and dwelling on Main street this week to K. J. Kweetman, con sideration, $1,000. The purchase in cludes everything except the stock ot leather, harness and tools. It is understood that a portion ot the building will be occupied after the tirst ot June by K. II. Whitacre as a Notary Public’s office, and the other portion by Johnny McAllister as a shoeshop. Quick Arrest. J. A. CuHedge of Verbena, Ain., was twice in the hospital from a severe case ot piles causing 24 tu mors. After doctors and all rem edies failed, Bucklen’s Arnica Kalve quickly arrested further inflamma tion and cured him. It conquers aches and kills p ' T ltts. Prospective Suit. The Enterprise says that Storey oauntv will refuse to pay the 8798 demanded of her by Lyon county tor taxes paid in to Storey county by the Southern Pacific Railroad Company on property owned by the company on disputed territory of the two counties, on which the boun dary lint is very indefinite and which the surveyors ot the two counties have just completed re surveying. For a great many years the land was uninhabited and the boundary marks were no doubt long ago de stroyed. The authorities of Lyon county base their claim to the land and the taxes from the property thereon on the recollection of some of the oldest inhabitants ot 'Wads worth as to where the boundary line was located, while the Storey coun ty officials hold that the survey ot the railroad company is undoubted ly correct, as it would be to its inter est to locate as much ot its taxable property as possible in Lyon county, where the tax rate is lower than it is 111 Storey county. Automobile Visits Valley. Messrs. Lemmon and Dunn, of the Carson News, paid Wabuska a short visit on Tuesday ot this week, mak ing the trip on their buckboard auto mobile. They left Carson about six o’clock in the morning and arrived at Wabuska about I o’clock, having come around bv the Towle ranch— the longest road. The greatest diffi culty they encountered was water a foot or more deep in the road on the other side ot the Carson River. As the machine would not swim they had to haul it through the lakes in the road. On their return trip they took the road on this side of the Carson River and undoubtedly made better time. The machine is styled the “Orient,” and costs in the neighborhood ot $500. On good level roads it has a guaranteed speed ol thirty miles an hour. The machine attracted considerable attention at the station. An Open Letter. From the Chapin, F. C., News: Marly Spring my wife and I were taken with diarrhoea and so severe were the pains that we called a phy sician who prescribed tor us, but his medicines tailed to give any relief. A friend who had a bottle of Cham berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarhoea Remedy on hand gave each ot us a dose and we at once felt the effects. I procured a bottle and before using the entire cont< nts we were entirely cured. It is a wonderful remedy and should be found in every house hold. 11. C. Hailey, Editor. This r im-tly is for sale by G. I. Leavitt & Foil. Nevada Market Report. The Reno Gazette of Thursday last reports as follows: Flour—55.60 @ $5.80. Wheat—>1.65 (a Si.75. Rutter—Choice dairy, 21c. (3, 22c.; creamery, 25c. (3 26c. Cheese—I2jyc. («; l'3%c. Mggs—Fresh ranch, 25c. Ham—17c. Racon—i8e. Sugar—5614. Potatoes—S30 per ton. Onions $60 per ton. Hay—Haled, $14®$ 15: in stack. 58 & $9 Beet—Top steers 8c.; cows 7c.; calves, 8c. Hogs—9c. Mutton—Ewes, $4; weathers, $4.50; Spring lambs. 10c. More Improvements. Nick Hironymous had the two small buildings on the north corner ot his corral lot moved up close to the stable this week. This was done to give him more stable room, as he will now use the addition as an office. The change makes a great improve ment in the appearance ot the prop erty, also to the Gallagher lot. A Sure Thing. It is said that nothing is sure ex cept death and taxes, but that is not altogether true. I)r King’s New Dis covery tor Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles. Thousands can testify to that. Mrs. C. U. Van Metre ot Shepherd town, \V. Ya., says "I had a severe case ot Bronchitis and tor a year tried everything 1 heard of, but got no re liet. One bottle ot Dr. King's New Discovery t hen cu red me absolutely.” It’s infallible tor Croup. Whooping Cough. Grip. Pneumonia and Con sumption. Try it. It’s guaranteed by G. I Leavitt & Son, Druggists. Trial bottles tree. Keg. sizes 50c, $t. Will Build. Henry Baker, Sr., has leased his home ranch to his son, Henry, and will build a house on Pearl street, in Littell’s Addition, where hi- and his wife will reside. Hock is now being hauled lor the founda tion ot the building. When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liv er Tablets. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. For sale at Mason Yalley Drug Store. Dayton Doings. District Court will be held here next Tuesday. Joe Moore returned to Durango, Colorado, last Saturday. Mrs. H. Davis returned from her visit toCalitornia last Sunday. T. J. A. Flaws received a shipment ol Australian onions this week. Tex King has moved his family from Umpire to Dayton to reside. Miss Jennie Tonkin returned to her home in Virginia City Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Dempsey and little son left Tuesday for Fallon to join the doctor. T. P. Mack and assistants returned Wednesday from the boundary line survey. Mrs. Chas. Kvans, ol Gold Hill, is visiting Dayton relatives and friends this week. Clyde Johnson came in from Haw thorne last Sunday to remain for a tew weeks. Hebert Glade was an arrival from Independence last Friday on a visit to his brother, Henry. Mrs. G. P. Randall left for Stock ton, Cal., Tuesday, called there by the illness ot her mother. K- H. Markwell and wife came over from Reno Sunday. Mr. Mark well is fixing up the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Mrs. Frank Lothrop and daughter were over from Carson last Satur day and Sunday visiting Mrs. Joe Moore. Mrs. H. V. Clinton and children left for Fallon Tuesday, there to join Mr. Clinton and reside perma nently. The Cosgrove concert given here last Saturday evening was ’Very largely attended, and was a rare musical treat. Thomas Pepper and wife and lit tle daughter were in from Silver Star District for a tew days this week, returning Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Morgan, ot Sun Fran cisco, and Mrs. Kellie Raycratt, ot Carson, were visiting Mrs. D. P. Randall the first of the week. Charles Washburn, ot Gold Hill, is superintending the taking down of the old Douglass mill at this place, the work having begun Mon day. Miss Lizzie Rammelkamp is acting as principal ot the Silver City school. Prof. Anderson having been called away by the illness of his lather. Uncle Tom Calvert is quite ill at his home in Carson. He has lost the use ot his lower limbs, and owing to his advanced age it is feared that he may not recover. Lyon Lodge No. 12, K. ot P., has elected the following delegates to the Grand Lodge which meets in Reno June 9th: J. K. Bray, 0. A. Brooks, Parke Barnes, J. II. Hep worth, F. W. Fairbanks. Mrs. Klla Rulison, who formerly resided here, died last Friday in San Francisco. She was the widow of the late W. A. Rulison, who alter leaving Dayton was tor some time melter in the Carson mint. She was a native of New York, aged 55 years. There is discord among the Day ton school trustees and much trouble about getting bills paid. There is to be an election of school trustees the latter part ot this month, and tlu people should elect a set ot trustees which has at least a fair amount ot business sense. Cured His Mother ot Rheumatism. “My mother has been a act tie re r for many years with rheumatism,” says W. H. Howard, of Husband, Pa. “At times she was unable to move at all, while at all times walk ing was painful. I presented her with a bottle ot Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, and after a h-w applications she decided it was the most wonder tul pain reliever she had ev^- tried. She is never without it now and at 11 times is able to walk. An occa sional application ot Pain Balm Keeps away tht pain that she was formerly troubled with.” For sale by G. I. Leavitt & Son. jfor jntfii tvJxo | ,/oi7 LEVI STRAUSS ^CO’S copper riveted overalls