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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday.July 22, 1905. Entered at the Postoffice. Yerington, Nevada, as second-class mail matter. ADVKRTIMINtt KATKH: Legal advertising, per square.$ 2 Bach subsequent insertion .... 1 Commercial advertising, per inch per month 1 Reading notices, per line, first insertion_ Each subsequent insertion, per line. In Memoriam Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, per line. 10 TIM] CARSON A COLORADO R. R. TAKING EFFECT IO, 1004. From 8 F No 2 Warn 11 00.. 11 jo is 10. pm 1244 Stations 1 l5\ * 45f .Mound House. .Dayton. .Clifton. .Fort Churchill. ... Wabuska_ far lv *57 207.. a 35 3 10.. 3 50-. 4 50 550-. 6 15. 6 53-. 709. 7*5l 7 40/ *”l*Ri<) Vista. Gilhs.*'.'.'. ...Hawthorne ...Hawthorne .. _Kinkead . .Luning_ ..New Boston. ... Bodaville .... *50... 9 20... a m 12 15 1 30 3 °S J 3 3o\ 4 10 500 5 40. ar a m 7 00. .Rhodes. Tonopah Junction .. .Belleville_ . .. Junction .. _Candelaria. . Junction. Basalt. .Summit. .. Benton .. .Haminill. .Laws (Bishop_f .Station).( .Alvord Aberdeen _ . _Citrus. Mount Whitney Keeler. To S F No 1 4 45 P m ar 405 3 20 2 43 2 10 145 1 I 30 *2 55 12 03 11 30 a ro 10 30 lv 3 55 » ‘5 7 S5 715. 705 1 65O 6 45 6 15 605 5 35 4 55 3 55 3 25 225 * 30 12 35 a m * * 35 P w II 05 10 15 930 8 45 8 00 7 30 p m lv All trains daily. 1 Meals. Stages connect at Wabuska daily for Yerington. daily except Sunday tor Smith Valley, and with tn-weekly stage for Pine Grove. Connect* at bodaville with Tonopah R. R. Connects at Hawthorne with stage for Bodie. <85888 Drowied la Ike Carton River. The quiet community of Dayton was shocked last Monday upon learning- that little Lome Quilici had been drowned in the Carson River near town. It seems that the young lad with some ot his play mates had gone bathing in the river, and that young Quilici got into a hole over his head. Being unable to swim he sank and was drowned. His companions were so frightened at the occurrence that they ran away and did not even give an alarm. The body was recovered about two hours later after his mother had become alarmed at his absence and had discovered the boy’s clothes on the river bank. Young Quilici was a bright and lovable child and his mother is nearly heart broken over his sudden taking away, and she has the heart felt sympathy ot the entire community in her hour of trouble. It is only a few months since Mrs. Quilici lost her husband, and the loss ot her son makes her burden doubly hard to bear. The funeral of young Quilici took place from the Court House Wednesday, Rev. Father O’Donnell officiating, and was very largely at tended. Croup Is a violent inflammation ot the mucous membrane of the wind pipe, which sometimes extends to the lar nyx and bronchial tubes, and is one of the most dangerous diseases ot children. It almost always comes on in the night. Give frequent small doses of Ballard's Horehound Syrup and apply Ballard's Snow Liniment externally to the throat. 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all medicine dealers. Wasted. Trustworthy man or woman to manage business tor well establish ed house of solid financial standing. $ao straight cash salary with all necessary expenses paid weekly by check from headquarters. Money advanced for expenses. Position permanent; previous experience not essential. No investment required. We furnish everything. Enclose self-avidressed envelope. Address, Manager, 810 Como Block, Chicago, Illinois. _ I>ry‘ng preparations simply devel opdry catarrh j they dry up the secretions, which adhere to the membrane and decom |<o«a, causing afar more serious trouble than the ordinary form of catarrn. Avoid all dry ing inhalants, fumes, smokes and snuffs and use that which cleanses, soothes snd heals. Ely’s i ream Halm is such a remedy aud will euro catarrh or cold in the head easily and pleasantly. A trial size will ho mailed for 10 cents. ’ All druggists sell the vii)c, size. Ely Brothers, Oil Warren St., • Tli© Balm euro* without pain, does not irritate or cause sneezing. It spreads itself over an irritated and angry surface, reliev ing immediately the painful inflammation. With Ely’s Cream Halm you are armed against Nasal Catarrh aud Hay Fever. W. N. WOOD: PRACTICAL ASSAYER ’ • Ybrinotok, - NEVADA. <> ! Gold and Silver. ». Copper, $150 ,, , 1 head, fi .so. ' * BRIEF MENTION. —F. O. Stiokney paid Carson a visit this Week. K. A. Dillon left lor Carson last Sunday on court business. —K. H. Whitacre and family re turned from Carson last Friday. —Harry Wright made a flying trip to San Francisco the first of this week. —Miss Kmma Osborne returned Tuesday from her visit to San Francisco. —Willie McKenzie left Thursday tor Tonopah on a visit to his lathe'r and friends. —D. W. Crowninshield left for Oakland last Saturday on a short business trip. —Jack Butler lost a good horse last week, the animal breaking a leg and having to be killed. —K. R. Lam and G. W. Knierim left Monday on a hunting and fish ing trip to Leavitt Meadows. —Miss Jessie Wilson, of Pine Grove, has been visiting Yerington relatives and triends this week. —George Ambrose and wife re turned from a visit to Carson, Um pire and Gold Hill, Wednesday. —Frank Mann was down from Smith Valley Wednesday. Mrs. Mann is slightly under the weather. —The grain crops are ready for harvesting in Smith Valley, and are better than they have been for years. —A couple of drunken Indians were thrown into the cooler last Sunday, but were turned loose the next morning. —The water in the river has fallen very rapidly in the last week, and gardens in the lower end of the valley are suffering. —Beemen claim that the season has been bad tor honeymaking, and that there will not be over half of an average crop this year. —Henry Keema returned from Cool, Cal., Wednesday. His mother is no better, and there are very slight hopes of her recovery. — me tumner for ur. c,eavitt s new drug store arrived last Satur day and work on the building wan begun the first ot this week. — Mrs. R. S. Brooks left tor Wash ington, Cal., the 6rst ot the week, called there by the illness ot her daughter, Mrs. May McCulla. —Alex. Murchie is suffering with a badly lacerated hand, the rt-sult ot having a couple of nails run into it while at work at the Bluestone. —F. R. Gomes was an arrival from Merced, Cal., Monday to take care of his son, Antonio Gomes, who is in the Leavitt hospital suffering with pa ralysis. —Dr. Chappell received word Wednesday ot the death of his mother, Mrs. A. L. Fitzgerald, at Redding, Cal., who passed away Wednesday afternoon. —James Timon, a mining man and prospector, was an arrivalfrom the southern country this week. He will take a look at the mining country in this vicinity. —John Gruber and wife, Mrs. H. Hironymous, Miss Pearl Collins and Vivian and Cathelene Hironymous left for Lake Tahoe and vicinity Tuesdav on a camping trip. For Sale—Ao Ai milch cow with young calf Cow is a half Jersey, gentle, and a fine nutter producer. Price $50. Call on or address, K. A. ANDERSON, Supt. Nevada Chief M. & M. Co. Pine Grove, Nevada. —Mrs. J. Hofhein and daughter, Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wagoner, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wagoner and Mrs. Lou Powers left Wednesday evening for Lake Tahoe and vicinity on a camping trip. Claisu Me Wu Robbed. Last Monday morning J. R. Ricard, the traveling photographer who has been located here tor some months, appeared on the street and claimed that he and his wife had been rob bed ot a considerable amount of money the night before by some un known party or parties. Ricard’s story is that sometime during the night some one entered Butcher Joe’s cabin, where he and his wife were sleeping, stole his pants, con taining or $35 and his wife’s shoes and stockings, in the later ot which she had $40 or $45 stowed away. Ricard claims that chloro form or some other drug was admin istered to himself and wife to make them sleep soundly. At any rate Mrs. Ricard was very ill for several days after the robbery and a physi cian was summoned to attend her. Jthe finally recovered and Thursday the couple took their departure lor other parts. There are people un charitable enough to say that Ricard’s story should be taken with a good sized grain ot salt; that there was no robbery, and that he and his wife could tell a wonderfully differ ent tale it they chose to do so. Sbfferlaa With Cascer. Mrs. D. Emerson left tor San Fran cisco last Sunday, where she goes to bring her son, Kd Lam kin, back to Yerington. Mr. Lamkin has been in the hospital in San Francisco tor some months past seeking a cure tor his ailment, but has been benetitted but very little, and there is probably no hope for the cure ot his trouble. Has • Good Mine. K. K. Dumontel, who has a prom ising mining property in the Mount Grant district, came down from the district Thursday on his way to Reno on business. Mr. Dumontel has been doing the assessment work on the property and reports it look ing better than ever. He now has the shatt down on the ledge a dist ance ot 185 feet. The ledge is about ten feet in width all the way down and the ore will average between $10 and $12 per ton in gold tor the entire width. There is a small mill on the property and as soon as Mr. Duinon tcl can do so he will have some alter ations made to the mill and start it up on ore f rom the mine. This may not be until next Spring, however. Mr. Dumontel has been holding on to this property tor some years past and developing it in a small way under adverse circumstances. He has great faith in the property, and believes that he will be able to dis pose of it some day at a figure that will make him comfortably well off in his declining years. The proper ty is located about forty miles south ot Yerington. Baseball Players asi Feet Racers. Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long distance loot racer of Germany and Holland, writes Oct., 27, 1901: “Dur ing my training ot eight weeks’ toot races at Salt Laks City, in April last, I used Ballard’s Snow Lini ment to my great satisfaction. Therefore, I highly recommend it to all who are troubled with sprains, bruises or rheumatism.” 25c, 50c Si.00. Sold by all medicine dealers. la Jail aa Serious Charge. Clarence Hazen was arrested last Sunday on a charge of giving' whisky to Indians. Judge Carter made the arrest and placed Hazen in ■jail during the absence of Constable Slingerland. From what we can learn there is no testimony to the tact that Hazen violated the law, except that ot a drunken Indian. Hazen is still being held while the Judge is awaiting a reply to a com munication sent to the U. S. District Attorney asking what to do in the matter, and is anxious to know how long he can be held without having a hearing. He emphatically denies that he sold or gave an Indian whisky. Tamale Parlors as# Bakery. Mrs. W. R. Hayes wishes to an nounce that after the 23d inst. she will have her tamale parlors and bakery located in her residence on Virginia Street. Tamales can be had at all hours and fresh bread, doughnuts, pies and cakes kept on hand or baked to order. Nearly Smothered (Jader Load of Hay. A load ot hay being hauled to town by Frank Martin yesterday morning tipped over just after it had been weighed on the Hernleben scales on upper Main street. Young Dan McLeod, who was riding on the load, tell underneath it when the wagoli capsized and came near be ing smothered to death. Frank Car roll, who was at the scales weighing some hogs, saw the acci dent and immediately began pulling the hay lrom off young McLeod. He finally reached the lad's leg and pull ed him out, considerably frightened by his experience but none the worse off except a few scratches. Three Good aud Jut Reams. There are three good reason: Cure : first, it is absolutely harmless: second: it tastes good—children love it; third : it cures coughs, colds and whooping cough when other reme dies tail.- Sold by Q. I. Leavitt & Son. mothers prefer One Minute Detuned to Sm frucltco. F. P. McCray, chief engineer tor the Miller & Lux Co., returned to San Francisco with Mrs. McCray last Sunday. Mr. McCray had been here for some weeks looking over the water situation, and in company with A. Clifford visited Smith and Antelope Vallies and the Bridgeport and Sweetwater sections, in which head the Hast and West Walker Rivers. Miller & Lux and T. B. Rickey both have crews in the field now measuring water and survey ing land in preparation for the big suit on hand. Buy It Now. Now is the time to buy Chamber lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is certain to be needed sooner or later and when that time comes you will need it badly—you will need it quickly. Buy it now. It may save life. For sale by Mason Valley Drug Store. Honored iloHOowot It is rumored that an elopement took place in the lower end of the valley the first of this week, the couple going to Hawthorne to get married. Up to the time of going to press we have been unable to verify the rumor or obtain any particulars about the case. A Smooth Article. When you find it necessary to use salve use DeWitt’s Witch Hazel ■ Salve. It is the purest and best for burns sores, boils eczema, bleeding blind, itching or protruding piles. Get the genuine DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by G. I. Leavitt & Son. Aiotker Mining Compaay for Thl* Section. F. T. Shortell, a mining man, and Joseph Egan were arrivals here this week from Carson. These gentle men, in company with C. A. Lund gren and C. J. Corr, have located twenty-eight claims in the range of mountains west ot Alkali Flat, twenty-eight miles west of Yering ton. Among these claims there are several that show fine prospect on the surface, and at the present time a company is being organized for the purpose of developing the ground. This company will be known as the Main Spring Mining Co. with M. Bovard as President, George Bovard, Treasurer and F. T. Shortell, Secretary. The Directors ot the company will be M. Bovard, Geo. Bovard, Jos. Egan, F. T. Shor tell, C. A. Lundgren and C. J. Corr. As soon as the incorporation is com pleted—next week, most likely—the company will start a tunnel which will be driven in a distance of be tween 600 and 700 feet to tap three parallel ledges at a depth of about 800 feet below the surface. Four men will be employed on two eight hour shifts to do this work. The lo cation of the property is admirable as there is plenty of timber close at hand, also some fine springs of ice cold water. The company now has the tools on hand to begin the work, and is making arrangements to pro cure lumber to construct a house and barn tor the accommodation of the men and team and otherwise arrange to equip the property tor systematic and energetic develop ment work. The headquarters of the company will be in Yerington. Messrs. Shortell, Egan and Lund gren left here Thursday for the camp. Best Her Doable. “I knew no one, for four weeks, when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble,” writes Mrs. Annie Hunter, of Pittsburg, Pa., “and when I got better, although I had one of the best doctors I could get, I was bent double, and had to rest my hands on my knees when I walked. From this terrible afflict ion I was rescued by Electric Bit ters, which restored my health and strength, and now I can walk as straight as ever. They are simply wonderful.” Guaranteed to cure stomach, liver and kidney disorders; at Mason Valley Drug Store; price 50c, tmbezzied Noaey and Skipped out. A warrant is out fer the arrest of Henry Glade, charged with embez zling several hundred dollars from the Borge Bros., of this valley. Glade was employed by the Borge Bros, some months ago to handle their stallion in this section tor the season. When it hecame time to col lect for the services ot the horse Glade collected but turned no money over to the Borges. When asked for a settlement by Joe Borge a tew days ago, Glade acknowledged that he had spent the money he collected. He was told that he would have to make good and promised to do so. Instead ot so doing he collected as much more money as possible and Weijnesday night went to Wabuska and boarded a treight train going north, it is supposed. Thursday, upon learning this, Joe Borge swore out a warrant for his arrest, and Sheriff Randall was notified to apprehend Glade it possible. The amount ot money appropriated by Glade is said to be in the neighbor hood ot $250. Glade has been quite intimate with a couple ot girls ot tender age in Yerington this Sum mer and may consider himself for tunate in not having to answer a more serious charge than that of embezzlement. Up to the time of going to press he had not been ar rested. The DiaaioM tare. The latest news trom Paris, is that they have discovered a diamond cure Tor consumption. It you tear consumption or pneumonia, it will, however, be best tor you to take that great remedy mentioned by W. T. McGee, of Vanleer, Tenn. “I had a cough tor fourteen years. Noth ing helped me until I took Dr. King's New Discovery tor Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which gave me instant relief, and effected a perma nent cure.” Unequalled quick cure, for throat and lung troubles. At Mason Valley Drug Store; price 50c and $1.00, guaranteed. Trial bottle tree._ Ready tor Basioeu. W. N. Wood received his assaying outfit this week and is now prepared to do all work in his line. His office is located back ot Littell’s store. There will be no necessity now tor prospectors in this section going to the expense of sending their samples to Carson or Reno tor assay. Wood’s terms are reasonable; see a>l elsewhere in this issue. The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge, are DeWitt’s Little Early Risers. They cure headache, constipation, biliousness, etc. Early risers are small, easy tc take and easy to act—a safe pill Mack Hamilton, hotel clerk at Val ley City, N. D., says : “Two bottles ol these Famous Little Pills cured me of chronic constipation." Good loi children or adults. . Sold by G. I Leavitt & Son. Farced te Starve. B. F. Leek, ot Concord, Ky., says “For ao years I suffered agoniei with a sore on iny upper lip, so pain tul, sometimes, that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklen’s Arnict Salve.” It’s great for cuts, woundi and burns. At Mason Valley Dru( Store. Only 250. OaytM Dolags. Chas. Kathburn returned from San Francisco ^Vednesday. Miss Lillian Scott returned to San Francisco Tuesday. Miss Nellie Ash returned from Lake Tahoe Wednesday. Mrs. Adelaide Brower left last week on a visit to the Portland Ex position. Miss Evelyn Stock, ot Virginia City, is here on a visit to her aunt and uncle. Mrs. E. E. Baker and children are here from Oakland on a visit to husband and father. Mrs. Louise Lynd and children, ot California, are here on a visit to her brother, C. C. Braun. Will Cobb, of Virginia City, was down last Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Davis. Harry Bonham was an arrival from Sodaville last Saturday on a short visit to his mother. Miss Nellie Rulison came over from Reno last week to attend the funeral of the late Herman Shirley. A. Scanavino and daughter, Lizzie, came over from Reno Tuesday to at tend the funeral of little Louie Quilici. Miss Vera Boston, of Silver City, and Miss Erma Johns, of Empire, have been visiting Miss Clara King this week. M. M. Obenchain was an arrival from Hawthorne last Saturday, and Tuesday left for Portland to take in the exposition. Miss Lou Peterson, who been visiting her sister, Mrs. Baker, for a couple of weeks, returned to her home in Oakland Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Quilici and children, ot Grass Valley, Cal., were arrivals here Wednesday to attend the fu neral of their little nephew. Robert Logan was over from Em pire on business Wednesday. It is reported that he has bonded his Como mining property to a company of capitalist at a good figure, and that work will begin on the proper ty in the near future. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Artie Tailleur was the rendezvous tor a host ot merrymakers last Monday evening, the occasion being in honor of the eighteenth birthday ot Miss Clara King. Chinese lant erns hung from tne trees on the lawn, and the place had a beautiful appearance. Games and dancing were indulged in until a late hour when a sumptuous repast was serv ed. All had a merry time and Miss Clara wbs the recipeant of many beautiful presents. The Oily Way to Core. To cure a cold when you have *no cough—to cure a cough when you have no cold—to cure yourself when you have both—take Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar. Acts on the bowels. Best for coughs, colds, whooping-cough, etc. Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar is the origi nal Laxative Cough Syrup. It con tains no opiates and cures by strengthening the lungs, throat and chest, expelling colds from the sys tem by gently moving the bowels, and an ideal remedy lor young or old. Once used will be remembered as a sure cure. Sold by G. I. Leavitt & Son. Nordyke Mill Make* Latest Raa la Its History. The Nordyke flour mill, in the up per end ot this valley, will finish up this season’s run within a tew days now, and it will be the largest run run ever made by the plant since it was built. Wen the mill closes down for the season it will have ground into flour close to six hund red tons ot wheat. All of this wheat was raised in MaBon Valley last year, except about one hundred tons, which came from Smith Vailey, and a fine quality of flour has been man ufactured. Cheerfully RecoaimeiMled fur Rheumatism. O. G. Higby, Danvill, 111., writes, Deo., 2, 1905: “About two years ago I was laid up for two months with rheumatism. I tried Ballard’s Snow Liniment; one bottle cured me. I can cheerfully recommend it to all suffering from like affliction.” 25c, 50c and si.oo Sold by all medicine dealers. _ A Surprise Party. A pleasant surprise party may be given to your stomach and liver, by taking a medicine that will relieve their pain and discomfort, viz: Dr. King’s New Life Pill. They are a most wonderful remedy, affording sure relief and cure for headache, dizziness and constipation. 25c at Nason Valley Drug Store.