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✓c XLVU. Yerington, Nevada, Saturday, January 7, 1905. No. 1 ! _ — 1 1 r EON COUNTY TIMES. Published every Saturday morning by I JE. W. FAIRBANKS Editor and Proprietor terms: l He Year..$ 3°° I ■< gM oaths. . 1.75 *gle Copies. ..to ill subscriptions must be paid in advance. [ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I'nitiHi Ntates W«vern«ei»t President .Theodore Roosevelt Secretary of State . John Hay secretary of Treasury John \V. Shaw Secretary of War Hlihu Root Secretary of Navy William Mo<xly 'ostmaster General. ... Henry C. Payne Secretary of Interior Kthan A. Hitchcock attorney General P. C. Knox Secretary of Agriculture. James Wilson Secretary of Commerce .Geo. B. Cortelyou Mtatr «f \<‘vu(tH United States j William M Stewart senators ( ... F. G. Newdands Congressman. C. I). VanIJuzer Governor -- John Sparks Lieutenant Governor Lemuel Allen I ( v_. ri. neikiiap I Judges of Supreme Court < A. L,. Fitzgerald ( . ..Ci. F. Talbot Sate Treasurer D. M. Ryan secretary of State W. G Douglass Sate Controller . S. P. Davis Attorney General .. J. G. Sweeney Surveyor General K D. Kelley .sate Printer Andrew Maute Sunt Public Instruction Orvis Ring M. A Murphy Peter Breen Datrict Judges B. F. Curler G. S. Brown i. M S Bouuifield l/jon C'onnty Judge of the District Court. M A. Murphy SUP Senator ... I. B. Gallagher Sheriff and Assessor .. I> P Randall Clerk and Treasurer _ D W Melarltey Auditor and Recorder .. F W. Downey District Attorney John l.othrop Public Administrator C. C Braun ( (line*. team) W R. I'enrose Commissioners - (long term) C. C. Turner I (short term) Byron Gates SKWSPAPKR LAW l Subscribers who do not give express notice to the mntrarg are considered as wishing to continue thur subscription. ! //subscribers order the discontinuance of their peitilicals, the publisher may continue to send 'hsd until all arrears are paid. i If subscribers neylect or refuse to take their pe r i sin r a Is from the office to which they are directed, tIsp are hebl responsible till they have settled their biltind ord red their paper discontinued. • If subscribers move to other places without itffnnninj) the publisher, and the paper is sent to the ^mer direction, they are held responsible. * The courts hare decided that ref using to take sfiodieals from the office, or removing anti leaving Wn uncalled for, is pruna facie evidence of inten i$nal fraud. C‘. Any person who eceices a neusf/aper and makes use of it, whether he has subscribed for it or m>t, is held in law as a subscriber. [7. The Po$t master who neglects to (five the legal WUcejif the neylect of a person to fake /row the of ice the newspaper addressed to him ur liable to the publisher for the subscription price. J. D. Collins ) BLACKSMITH, WAGON-MAKER, | HORSESHOER, > Upper Male Street, Yerlngton. Nev. ( Repairing of ail kinds done promptly and I well nt reasonable prices. s I make a specialty of ? Wagon Making & Repairing | for Teamsters. VISIT UN. JORDAN s GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY INI I1UET ST., Ill ruicism, CIL. The Utmt Anatomical Museum In the World. Weaknesses or any contrasted disease ylllrely wsarwd by the oldest Specialist on the Cuaat Eat 36 years. | OR. JORDAN-DISEASES OF MEN' • VPBILia thoroughly eradicated . from system without the use ofRereur; T win fitted by aa Kapert Ra4l* Ml rare for AuylaM. A quick and 1 radical cure for ■*!!•■. rUnare and ristnlw, t.y Dr Jordan's special pain 1 leas methods. Consultation free and strictly private Treatment per tonally or by letter A Fontiv* Our* In every ca,e undertaken. Write for Book. PHI! ONOfuv of HtnnUtH. MAIL&D FKfc.ll. (A valuable book for men ) Call or writ# DV I0WD1W a CO. IQBIJlirtal St . C. I. LEAVITT, M. D. PHYSICIAN ANI) SUKGKON I Office in Plummer building, Ycrington. Telephone communication with residence. • ♦ eczema and pile cure. Knowing what it was to suffer, ' 1 Wil1 give FRICK OF CHAROK tO 2 • a, Positive cure for Kcxetnu, Suit kIhiit a*’ Piienand skin diseases, ln WllViJtL Dou 1 suffer longer. Write F. W. "“.UAMb, 400 Manhattan Ave., New York. COMMISSIONERS’ PROCEEDINGS. Business Transacted by the Old and New Boards. The old Board of County Com missioners held its last meeting last Saturday, a full Board pres ent, District Attorney Lothrop and Clerk Melarkey, and trans acted the following business: The minutes of the meeting of December 5 were read and ap- j proved. The list of bills examined and allowed will be found in another column. The bill of J. H. Taylor, for $99.50, for work on road, was laid over until next meeting. It was ordered that a transfer of $320.15 be made from School Dis trict No. 9 Interest Fund to the General Fund. The monthly reports of Clerk, Recorder and Jailor were read and approved. The quarterly' reports of Sheriff and Assessor, and Auditor and Recorder were read and approved. The money in the treasury was counted and found to be correct, amounting to $17,252.97. There being no further business the Board adjourned sine die. On Monday, the 2d, the new Board met and was sworn in, and after organizing with T. J. A. Flaws, chairman, the following business was transacted: The Board delegated the road duties to the Commissioners in their several districts as hereto fore. The matter of a bridge across the Walker River, below Yering ton, was then taken up and dis cussed. It seemed to be the opin ion of the Board that a steel bridge would be the cheapest in the long run, but it was ordered that the Clerk advertise for bids on both a steel and pile bridge, the Board to decide which would be the cheapest when the bids are received and opened. There being no County Sur veyor elected at the last general election it was moved and carried that T. P. Mack be appointed County Surveyor for the ensuing two years upon filing the required bond. The tax levy for the county was made as follows: General Fund. $ .65 School Fund.20 $ -85 This reduces the rate 10 cents from the rate of last year, as there is money enough in the Interest and Redemption Fund to pay the interest on county bonds for the next two years. If the State makes a reduction in its rate it will give Lyon about the lowest rate of any county in the State. The State rate is now 75 cents, which, if it stands,- will make Lyon county’s entire State and county rate Si.60. The special tax for Silver City is Si.oo on each S100, and the Town Trustees of that place have as yet made no change. The Chairman of the Board was instructed to proceed with the suit against Storey county. An order was made designating the Lyon County Times as the official paper of Lyon county for the ensuing two years, wherein VOTE OF THE STATE, r i K 2 5 9 D s « •“ ■ * Q C 2 ig H candidates. i * •? S I = 1 : 1 §• i i : ; - S ; Presidential Electors Ahern. Rep 394! 4*5 62; 1517 4™)! 263 6a* 718 227 235 4<>5 Butler, Rep 187 485 5791514 409 263 606 -:y »5 *5 I® Plumb. Rep >80 485 579 1508 409 261 j 606 722 223 236 403 Beck. Pop .. 16 16 4; 67 14 33 33 29 McCollough, Pop 14 16 38 6g 14 35 3* 3° McCormick, Pop 14 16. 37 67 14 34 81 Clark. Dem . 16s 372 322 721 213 113 357 5 s 93 *°7 295 1 lesson. Dem .. it'5 372 337 7*4 213 >*3 357 5*9 9* 107 27(1 Kendall. Dem 162 372 337 713 213 **3 357 5«3 9* >07 273 C01 dill. Soc ... 19 270 28 249 39 Ja> ‘4 5 *2 Anderson, Saic 19 270 29 243 39 °7 13 f’ 30 Rose. Soc 18 270 27 243 39 68 13 5 53 Congressman Yerington, Rep 304 35* 545 1166 397 *°5 5°5 5°7 *74 *k» 3“’ Van Duaer, Dem 240 674 412 M27 242 *34 45* lS° ,o1 351 Sadler. Si I *4. 43 34 *°5 3* 45 33 *°2 29 Justice Supreme Court - ! Norcross. Rep 232 418 532 1445 3*° 247 542 636 *99 * 93 33v Bartiue, Dem 29c. 63s 4*4 969 “5 473 <*58 *7* *93 2* University Urgent. 11 Smith. Rep 204 4*9 5*2 *263 33*! 215 554 73s *95 236 354 Circe. Dem 241 543 43° *065 383; *45 453 553 *49 *35 339 University Regent, s t— Stunett. Rep ... 2.7 39* 44* 1241 324 223 54* 630 266 198 344 Boyle, Dem 3<*’ 568 48* 1093 40j 14’ 447 5®9 *02 156 32, Constitutional Amendment \ es_ ... . 226 304 884! 299 632 12S Na> ... ... _22 San Francisco Clothing Co. 237 Powell St., San Francisco. All Business According to the Golden Rule MEN'S YOUTH' SUITS, 13 to 19 years. Mixtures Blue and Black... $6 and $7 BOY’S LONG OVERCOATS, 8 to 19 years. S5 Cute Buster Brown Suits lor Tots 2l/„ to 6 years. Navy, Brown, Red $3.50 Yerington Creamery Company -—-MANUFACTURERS OF --— Superior Creamery Butter. Creamery located Two Miles Address all Communications to South of Yerington. Yerington Creamery Co. all printing and publishing re quired by the Board and several county officers be done for the above specified time. An order was made authorizing the several county officers to pro I cure the necessary supplies, sta tionery, etc., for their respective offices. It was ordered that the Treas ! urer be empowered to deposit | such county funds as he sees fit in the Farmers & Merchants Bank of : Reno. | The money in the treasury was I counted and found to be correct. The bonds of the several county and township officers were exam ined, found good and sufficient, ] and approved as follows: Sheriff. $10,000 Assessor. 5.000 Mining Tax Collector., 2,000 Treasurer.30,000 Clerk .. 10,000 Recorder and Auditor. 5,000 Supt. of Schools. 1,000 Justice Peace, Dayton . 1,000 The bonds of Carter, Justice of the Peace of Mason Valley Town ship, and E. A. Dillon, Constable of said township, were returned for correction, and said parties were appointed to serve in their respective capacities, and given until the 6th of next month to file a correct bond. The Board discussed at some length the advisability of procur ing a county map and transcript for the use of the Assessor, but the matter was finally laid over until the next meeting. There being no furAer business to transact the Board adjourned to meet February 6th, next. The Place for a Good Beginning. There is a huge, vacant West that lies beyond the Rockies and J opens its wide arms to the Pacific Ocean, where men may begin to be, as the men once began—to be i in Pennsylvania #nd Ohio and in the iron mountains and timber crests of Wisconsin and Minne sota. It is a place to start from as a sower of wheat or a grower of olives, and some day have one’s name in the advertising pages of the magazines. It is a place in which to lay up one’s money in a bank until the demand for a local trolley line or an irrigation ditch calls for it and one is set upon the career which leads to the pinnacle of financial fame wherefrom to be assailed by the shafts of a Lawson or hailed by the plaudits that greet a Carnegie. It is a place in which to build barns and shanties and to accumulate from them enough surplus to venture into the next larger community where larger structures are in demand; thus graduating by degrees into an apartment-house contracting upon one’s own hook. It is a place in which to be wide-awake enough to supplant a livery barn of horses with a stage line of automobiles and to sell the auto mobile line to a railroad. It is a place to read law while you pitch hay, and practice before a Justice of the Peace in cases that don’t have to wait a hundred days to reach their turn on the calendar, to defend a criminal one week and sustain a title to property or pro bate a will the next week.—Ar thur I. Street in Sunset Magazine for January. W. I. Plumb, of Tuscarora, one of Nevada’s Presidential Electors, fell on the ice a few days ago and broke his leg below the knee. THE BEST MEDICINE *WOMEN If you are nervous and tired out continually you could have no clearer warning of the approach of serions female trouble. Do not wait until you suffer un bearable pain before you seek treat ment. You need Wine of Cardui now just as much as if the trouble were more developed and the tor turing pains of disordered men struation, bearing down pains, leucorrhoea, backache and head ache were driving you to the un f'r'mg relief that Wine of Cardui mght hundreds of thousands ien ai d will bring you. .ne of Cardui will drive out ail trace of weakness and banish nervous spells, headache and back ache and prevent the symptoms horn quickly developing into dan gerous troubles that will be hard to check. Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui today. If your dealer does not keep it, send the money to the Ladies' Advisory Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., and the medicine will be sent you. I WINE sf\ CARDUl REAL ESTATE! Bargains in Ranch and Town Property. E. H. WHITACRE, YERINGTON, NEVADA, Handles all kinds ot Real Es tate propositions. Ranches, Water Rights, Mining Property, Town Lots, Etc. SPECIAL BARGAIN—A nice three room house in Craig’s Addition; large lot and new adobe cellar. An excel lent bargain is offered purchaser ol this property. , John Lothrop-^ Attomeyvat.'Law and Notary Public. Will practice in all Courts in the State. Office in the Court House. Dayton, Nevada. ♦-♦ H. PILKINCTON, LL. B. Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law Notary Public Office — Virginia Street, Craig’s Addition Yerington, Nev. ♦- -+ ♦-♦ E. H. WHITACRE, NOTARY PUBLIC. Office in Gem Ton.sorial Parlors, Main St., Yerington, Nevada. 4-<,