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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday.March 4, 1905. Entered at the Postoffice. Yerington, Nevada, as second-class mail matter. AI>VKKTIMIK<» KATKM: Legal advertising, per square. $200 Each subsequent insertion. ... 1 00 Commercial advertising, per inch per month i oo Reading notices, per lme, first insertion_ 10 Each subsequent insertion, per line ... 05 In Memoriam Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, per line . 10 TIME TABLE -OF THE CARSON > & COLORADO R. R. TAKING EFFECT MAY 15, 1004. From S F Stations To S F No 2 No i lv a in it oo. Mound House.4 45 pm ar 11 30 — -. Dayton .4 05 •* TTTO. - - _ Clifton.3 20 pin 1244.Fort Churchill.. . 243 ^ 1 *5 1_Wahuska./ 2 lo . 1 45 / 4 * 45 ^ 1 57_ . .Cleaver- .. 1 30 2 07.Mason. 1 20 235 Rio Vista.1255 3 10 ...:_Srhurz. ..12 05 350. .GUlis.1130am ^ ar 4 50 .Hawthorne.1030 lv lv 550 Hawthorne . o 20 ar , (■> 15 .. Kinkead _8 55 6 53 .Tuning 8 15 7 09 . New Boston. 755 7 *5 1.Sodaville ...... i 7 35 7 40 ( t 7 05 1 7 55 Rhodes.f) 50 800 Tonopah Junction . 645 8 40 . Belleville.615 8,30 ..... Junction 603 9 20.Candelaria . 5 33 10 00_ Junction.\ 33 11 1.3 .Busalt . 3 53 am 12 15 Summit. 3 23 12 50 . Queen.2 23 1 30 Benton ..1 30 210 Haminill.1235 am 3 05 1 .Taws (Bishop_( 11 33 p m 3 y>\. Station).(1105 4 10 Alvord .10 15 500 Aberdeen.930 s 40.Citrus. .8 45 6 20 Mount Whitney 8 00 ar a m 7 00 Keeler ... . 7 20 p m lv All trains daily. \ Meals. Stages connect at Wahuska daily for Yerington. daily except Sunday tor Smith Valley, and with tri weekly stage for Fine Grove. Connects at Scnlaville with Tonopah R. R. Connects at Hawthorne with stage for Bodie. Gasoline Motor. The operating officials* ot the Southern Pacific are watching with much interest certain experiments now being conducted in the Union Pacific with the use ot gasoline mo tor cars. The gasoline motors are designed for use on spur lines, and it is said that it they come up to ex pectations they will lie employed on the Southern Pacific as well as the other.llarrimnn lines, which mean*, probably, that it a spur line is built from Wahuska up through this val ley, that one of these cars will oper ate the line. Strike* Hidden Rock*. When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption, Pneumonia, etc., you are lost, il you don’t get help from Dr. King’s New Discovery tor Consumption. J. W. McKinnon, of Talladega Springs. Ala., writes: “I had been very ill with Pneumonia, under the care ot two doctors, but was getting no bet ter when I began to take I)r. King's New Discovery, The first dose gave relief and one bottle cured me." Sure cure tor sore throat, bronchi tis, coughs and colds. Guaranteed at M anon Valley I)rti£ Store, price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle tree. New Wabuska Resort Tom Short started up his Wabus ka saloon and gambling joint the first of this week. The building is but a temporary structure with a canvas root over it. It is about 20 feet wide by 60 feet long, has a 14 toot bar and a taro, stud and crap game. Two barkeepers are kept busy serving drinks, and the games are liberally patronized. A chop stand will be started next week in the rear ot the building. Business will be lively tor the new resort tor the next tew months. far Over Sixty Yeari Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup has been- used tor over sixty years by millions o! mothers lor their ohild ren while teething, with perfect suc cess. It soothes ttie child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diar rhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by drug gists in every part ot the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. He sure and ask lor "Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup," and take no other kind. Religion* Service* Oaring Lent at St. Joseph’s Church. Wesnesday next. March 8th, will be Ash Wednesday. The ashes will be blessed and distributed alter mass at 9 o’clock a. m„ and again after evening service. Special devotions on Wednesday evenings during lent, at 7:30. The Best Cough Syrup. S. L. Apple, ex Probate Judge Ottawa, Co., Kansas, writes: "This is to say that I have used Hallard's Jlorehound Syrup lor years, and that I do not hesitate to recommend it as the best cough syrup I ever used." 05c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all medicine dealers. BRIEF MENTION. —J. I. Wilson left fon Carson Tuesday on business. —The people reported on the sick list last week are all recovering. —All hopes ot getting an ice crop in this section have been abandoned. *—Mrs. R. *3. Brooks returned Tuesday from her visit to Carson friends. —K. A. Dillon is still hauling rock tor his new stone building on upper Main street. —D. Crowninshield left last Sun day for a visit to his old home in Rhode Isl and. —Charles Snyder and H. Pilking ton left tor Hawthorne Thursday on a business visit. — Mrs. Robert Tilley, ot Missouri Flat, has been the guest ot Mrs. J.i I). Welsh this week. —Mrs. George Plummer, Jr., left tor Reno last Saturday on a visit to relatives and friends. —Llewe Humphreys, interested in the Spragg mine, was an arrival from the south Wednesday. —M. Segal is building a couple of rooms at the rear of his store to be used as a kitchen and dining room. —Teams will start hauling ore from the Douglas mine to Wabuska tor shipment the first ot next week. —Ches. Strosnider was an arrival from Tonopah Wednesday. He re ports things very quiet in that camp at the present time. —S. J. Sweetman is getting out rock aiul making lime tor his new stone building to be erected on Main street this Summer. —Miss Laura Lothrop and Miss Loretta Cooper were out from Day ton last Friday to attend the dance, returning the next day, — Tom Ross and wife took their departure tor Dayton Wednesday. Mr. Ross will have charge ot D. P. Randall’s New Jerusalem ranch. —Rumor has it that a wedding will take place in Yerington next Tues day night, the contracting parties being two well known young folks ot this town. —Mrs. Henry Hanson and Mrs. Thomas Carney returned trom Reno last Friday and Monday Mrs. Car ney continued on to her home in Smith Y’alley. —To trade—C. S. Wiley has fifty head ot yearling and 2-year-old heifers, gently raised, to trade tor jroung steers. Address him at Yer ington, Nevada. —The tough element continues to drift through Wabuska to the south. One day the first ot the week Mayor Feeny was obliged to use a club as a persuader in getting one ol the gen try to vacate his store. Putting In Custom Scales. C. Hernleben has purchased the platform scales formerly used by the Boston-Nevada Copper Company and had them brought from the smelter and erected on his lot on Main street. The scales will be used as custom scales, where anybody wishing to weigh a load ot hay, grain or other produce, or cattle, hogs, etc., can do so tor a nominal tee. They will be quite a conven ience tor people who are shipping produce. _ bold Prospects Bonded. Mr. S. P. hunt, representing San San Francisco people, was an ar rival here the first ot the week on mining business. He has bonded the Graham Nichol and Geo. Willis gold claims, situated on the east side ot the valley, tor a term ot months and expects to start develop ment work on them at an early date. What little work has been done on the claims shows prospects above the average. Cured Consumption. Mrs. B. W. Kvans, Clearwate, Kan., writes, “M y husband lay sick tor three months. The doctors said he had quick consumption. We pro cured a bottle ot Ballard's Hore hound Syrup, and it cured him. That was six years ago and since we have always kept a bottle in the house, We cannot do without it. For coughs and colds it has no equal. 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all medicine dealers. Sprained Ills Ankle J. M. Fulton, Sunt, ot the Carson & Colorado, slipped and tell trom a train he was trying to hoard at Wn buska last Saturday and received a severe sprain ot the ankle. While the injury is a painful one Mr. Ful ton is about attending to his duties on crutches, but will have a sore ankel for some weeks. lavaluable for Rheumatism. I have been suffering for the past tew years with a severe attack ot rheumatism and found that Bal lard’s Snow Liniment was the only thing that gave me satisfaction and tended to alleviate my pains March 24,’02: J. C. Degnan, Kinsman, Bis. 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all medi cine dealers. Runaway. Thursday evening, as J. J. M. Blaine was returning to town and had reached the Ross corner, the horse he was driving became frightened and started to run. The animal became unmanageable and tore down the street at a terrific pace, attracting the attention ot everyone in that part of town. Mr. Blaine succeeded in turning the horse into the alley south of the Commercial Hotel, but just as he had begun to regain control ot the horse the front wheel ot the buggy struck the corner ot the cellar, and the cross-bar broke and released the horse. The front wheels were smashed to pieces and Mr. Blaine was thrawn from the buggy. He was stunned for a few moments, but with the exception ot a tew scratches is none the worse oft for the accident. Quite a crowd ot those who saw the runaway gathered about, and the opinion ex pressed was "that the horse ought to be shot.” , Lynching at Hazen. “Ked” Wood, the hobo who was caught Monday night attempting to hold up and rob a man at Hazen, was taken from the Hazen jail early Tuesday morning and hanged to the cross-arm of a telegraph pole, not a hundred feet Irom the main build ing in the town, by a vigilance com mittee. The body of Wood was not discovered until some hours after daylight Tuesday morning. No body seems to know a thing about the case, and the authorities of Chuchill county are not breaking their necks to find out who did the hanging. The body of Wood was cut down and an inquest held, the verdict of the jury being that Wood had died by being hanged with a rope around his neck by parties unknown. The remains were buried in the new cemetery near Hazen, and are the first to be planted in that inclosure. The Coloael’f Waterloo. Colonel John M. Fuller, of Honey Grove, Texas, nearly met his Water loo, from Kidney and Liver trouble. In a recent letter, he says: “I was nearly dead, of these complaints, and, although I tried my family doctor, he did me no good ; so I got a 50c bottle of your great Electric Hit ters, which cured me. I consider them the best medicine on earth, and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make them.” Sold and guaranteed to cure. Dys pepsia, Biliousness and Kidney Disease, by G. I. Leavitt it Son drug gists, at 500 a bottle. Buying Beef Cattle. Andy Murdock was in the val ley this week and bought up quite a number of beef cattle. He also purchased several hundred head in Smith Valley. The price of beef is very low this season compared to last season, tat cows bringing only 4y% cents and steers from 6 cents to 6% cents, as against 7 cents for cows and 8yt cents tor steers a year ago. Mr. Murdock is purchasing for the Tonopah-Goldfield Meat Company. Gives Health, Vigor and Tone. Herbine is a boon tor sufferers from aneamia. By its use the blood is quickly regenerated and the color becomes normal. The drooping strength is revived. The languor is diminished. Health, vigor and tone predominate. New hte and happy activity results. Mrs. Bell H. Shriel, Middlesborough, 111., writes: “I have been ttoubled with liver complaint and poor blood, and have found nothing to benefit me like Herbine. I hope never to be without it. I have wished that 1 had known of it in my husband's life time.” 50c. Sold by all medicine dealers. Knife bidder fined. Robert Freeman, the young fel low who curved up the Chinese cook at the Wabuska Rating House on Friday evening of last week, had a trial in the Justice Court Monday. The Chinaman be out skipped out, so there was no complaining wit ness in the case, and the charge against Freeman was reduced to simple assault. To this charge he pilead guilty and paid a fine and costs amounting to $22.50. No, for the West. Tell your friends that the colonist rates are going into effect March 1st, 1905, and expire May 15th, 1905. The rate from Chicago, 111., will be $33 00. Peoria. 111., $31.00. St. Louis, Mo., and New Orleans, La., $30.00. Council Blutls, la., Sioux City, la., Omaha, Neb., Kansas City, Mo., Mineola, Tex. and Houston, Tex., $25.00. Kates ap ply tio main line points in Nevada and California. For further infor mation apply to Southern Pacific Co. Agents, or to A. H. Rising, D. F. & I’. A. So. Pac. Co., Keno, Nev. Not Respoosibe. Day ton, Nkv., Fn. 25, 1905. I hereby give notice that I will be responsible for no debts contracted by anv person otherwise than my self. " At. Pkrkins. Henry Miller Visits. Henry Miller, of the big firm of Miller & Lux, was an arrival here last Saturday on his annual tour of inspection to his large holdings in this valley His stay was short, as he returned to California the next day. An amusing incident occurred on his trip. On the crowded train to Wabuska Mr. Miller occupied a seat with a lady who was on her way to Goldfield, and when he left the train at Wabuska he took with him his little hand satchel—at least he supposed it was his. He did not know the difference until he went to retire that evening, when upon opening the satchel he drew forth a bottle of cosmetic, a box of face powder, a couple of pair of hose, a night robe and a couple of other un mentionable articles ot female wear ing apparel. It then dawned upon him that a mistake had occurred somewhere, and his ejaculations were more forcible than polite. The next day he telegraphed to Cfoldfie^d to recover his own satchel, and if was returned to him all O. K. His traveling companion’s satchel was precisely like his own, hence the mistake. Mr. Miller’s satchel con tained a check book and quite a little wad of money, besides other arti cles, but nothing was missing when it was returned. Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deaf ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition ot the mucous lining ot the Kustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imper fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred .Dol lars tor any case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, tree. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall’s Family Pills for con stipation. fell Down a Winze. Jim Harris son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris, ot this place, who was employed in the Three Star mine, near Auburn, Cal., tell down a winze in the mine, a distance ot 55 feet, on the 26th ot last month and was quite badly bruisnd up, although not a bone in his body was broken. He was rendered unconscious tor a time, received a bad scalp wound and numerous bruises on his body, and it is a miracle that he was not killed outright. Just a year ago last month Jim was the victim of an ex plosion ot giant powder in the Douglas mine a few miles from Yer ington. February seems to be his unlucky month. A Chicago Alderman Owei Ills flection to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. “I can heartily and conscientiously recommend Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy tor affections of the throat and lungs,” says Hon. John Shenick, 220 So. Peoria St., Chicago. "Two years ago during a political cam paign, 1 caught cold after being overheated, which irritated my throat and I was finally compelled to stop, as I could not speak aloud. In my extremity a friend told me to use Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. I took two doses that afternoon and could not believe my senses when I found the next morning the inflam mation had largely subsided. I took several doses that day, kept right on talking through the the cam Faign, and thank this medicine that won my seat in the Council." This remedy is for sale by Mason Valley Drug Store. la Bad Standing. Johnny Jones, a Piute well known in this valley, is in bad standing with his tribe and has been exiled on the Pyramid Lake Reservation. Jones is the Indian whose wife com mitted suicide in Reno a few days ago because he left her tor a younger and handsomer squaw. The Indians in Washoe county were going to send him to the Walker Lake Reser vation, but he demurred, stating that he had too many enemies in this section. The squaw with whom he is now living has also been bauished to the Pyramid Reserva tion, so Johnny will not become very lonesome, for a tew months to come, at any rate. Pleasant and Harmless. Don't drug the stomach to cure a cough. One Minute Cough Drops cuts the mucous, draws the inflama tion out of the throat, lungs and bronchial tubes, heals, soothes and cures. A quick cure tor Croup and Whooping Cough. Sold by G. I. Leavitt & Son. Dayton Doings. Mrs. August Depaoli has been seri ously ill this week. Howard Swart and wite paid Dayton a visit Monday. Miss Lucretia Barton is visitng friends in Gold Hill this week. Mrs. F. G. Hazlett visited Carson friends tor a lew days this week. a Mrs. J. R. Milsap visited Mound House Iriends for a tew days this week. Johnny Damon has gone to Wal ley's Springs to erect a new hotel at that place. Mr. L. K. Cooper and wite left for Sparks last Saturday, where they will reside. Born—In Dayton, Feb. 28. 1905, to the wite ot F. M. Johnson, an eight pound daughter, Russell Schooley left for Como Thursday with a six-horse load ot pump column tor the Federal Min ing Company. Mr. Dudley, of the Federal Mining Company, was an arrival here Mon day. The company will start oper ations on its Como property in a few days; The old telephone line around Spring Valley is being taken down and will be erected between Dayton and Dick Randall’s New Jerusalem ranch. Grand Chancellor, Ben Rosenthal, will visit Lyon Lodge No. 12, K. of P. this evening. Several candidates will be initiated and a “big eat” in dulged in. B. C. Coslett, assistant civil engi neer, was over from Carson this week looking up the water rights ot ranchers on the Carson River near this place. People of this town are complain ing about cows and hogs roaming the streets, and would like to have the officers enforce the law in regard to such matters. Last Saturday, while Arthur Ger ry was installing a telephone line from the sub-station to the Rae resi dence, he fell from the crossbar of a pole, landing on his back. He received a badly sprained wrist and injury to the spine which will con fine him to the house for some time, if it does not cripple him tor life. The U. S. G. survevors, who have been stationed near Dayton tor the past four months, have been called to headbuarters at Hazen. They will leave here next Monday. All woYk on the canal they have been doing has been called oft, and reports say that construction work on the canal has been postponed tor two years. R. B. Royer, an old resident of Silver City, was found dead sitting in a chair at the Sutro mill Wed nesday where he was employed as a mill man. Mr. Royer was, we be lieve, a native of Pennsylvania, aged over 60 years, and was a pio neer on this coast. He leaves a widow, a daughter, Mrs. Henry Stock, and a son, Reece Royer, to mourn his loss, also many warm friends. A car containing 82,000 pounds of dynamite, powder, fuse and caps got away in the Mound House yard Tuesday, and ran down the grade at a terrific rate. It finally struck another car and went off the track, but strange to say no explosion oc curred, althoug the combustible material was scattered about promis cuously. Had the stuff exploded Mound House would have been wiped oft the map. Champion Liniment for Rheumatism Chas, Drake, a mail carrier of Chapinville, Conn., says: “Cham berlain’s Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments. The past year I was troubled a great deal with rheu matism in my shoulder. After try ing several cures, the storekeeper here recommended this remedy and it completely cured me.” There is no use of anyone suffering from that painful ailment when this lini ment can be obtained tor a small sum. One application gives prompt relief and its continued use tor a short time will produce a perma nent cure. For sale by Mason Val ley Drug Store. Injured at Wabuska. Chas. Rathburne, switchman in the Wabuska yards, met with an accident last Saturday which caused him the loss of a thumb. While coupling cars his thumb was caught between the bumpers and cut oft at the second joint. He was immediately sent to the Railroad Hospital in Sacramento by the com pany, and expects to be able to be on duty again in a few days. fim STRAU f ZyGO'S [overalls L for men ^who toil