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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
YERING TON, - NE VA DA Saturday.Sept. 23, 1905. THE IUZEN CUT-OFF. Some Information About the Line of Rail road Which Will Build lip this Section. Trains have now been running over the Hazen-Cl'.urchill cut-off ol the Nev. & Cal. railway tor a couple ot weeks. The road is not nearly finished yet, but trains make fairly good time over the line, although they have to run carefully. The iron bridge across the big irrigating canal is not yet finished, nor is the new bridge across the Carson River at Towle’s completed. Numerous culverts are also in course of con struction, and these are all being built of concrete in the most sub stantial manner. The bridge ap proaches are also being constructed of concrete, and several crews of men are employed along the line. Ballasting of the roadbed is also be ing carried on at a lively rate, and near a station cajh d Apache, some miles north ot the Carson River crossing, a well-boring crew is at work sinking for water. The distance from Reno to Wabuska by way ol the cut-off is just 82 miles, or two miles greater than by way ot Carson and Mound House, but when the road is ballasn d and the bridges and culviTts completed the time in traveling this route will be materi ally cut down, as the grades and curves art* all easy. When the road reaches the Towle ranch it runs along in the old wagon road tor a short distance, and a tine view is ob tained ot the old dobe ruins which now constitute all that remains of celebrated old Fort Churchill. The road also traversesa 20,000-acre tract ot as fine agricultural land as lavs out of doors, and which is included in the Carson-Truckee irrigation project. This land all lies in Lyon county. Passengers for Dayton and Mound House from the south are required to change cars at Churchill Station, 12 miles from Wabuska, and are taken to their destination on a stub train made up of freight cars anil one coach. This train connects at Mound House with the V. & 1’. some times. and sometimes it don’t. The V. <Se T. from Reno does not connect with this train when it leaves for the south. It is rumored that this stub-tiain will only run two or three times a week in the near future. Some mixups still occur in handling the mail, but the authori ties expect to have this regulated soon. The Hazt n cut-off will aifd in the neighborhood ot 15 or 16 miles, we shold judge, of new road to the tax able property ol Lvon county. Best for Children. Mothers, Lv careful of the health of your chiKi ren. Look out tor Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. Stop them in time—One Minute Cough Cure is the best reme dy. Harmless and pleasant. Con tains no opiates. Sold at Mason Valley Drug Store. BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Notice of Additions to and Increase of Valu ation of Assessment. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Equ alization of Lyon County, State of Nevada, has increased or added to the valuation for assess ment purposes for the year 1905 of the follow ing taxpayers, to wit: Laura E. Braun, one lot, real estate.. $ 100 George Simpson, real and personal prop erty . 8,000 Simpson Bros., personal property. 7,500 A. J. Taylor, real estate.. 220 Antone Tainagini, personal property 790 C. C. Turner, real estate__ . . 40 Silver City G. 8c S. Co., real estate. 270 Comstock M. 8c M. Co., real estate. 150 H K. Miller, real estate. 2.200 Table Mountain G. 8c S. Co., real estate. So Mrs. G. Wilson, real estate. ... 260 Wilson Bros., real estate. 2,300 0. A. Brooks, real estate.. 120 Yerington Creamery Co., real estate..... 500 Smith Valley Creamery Co., real estate 500 E. R. Lam. real and personal property. 575 J. O. Birmingham, real estate. .. 500 G. E. Batchelder, real estate. 300 Comstock Tunnel Co., real estate. 5.900 B. Cremetti, real estate. 300 California 8c Nevada L. 8c C. Co., real estate. 2,500 Central Pacific Railway Co., rolling stock 35,656 E. A. Dillon, real estate.. 150 Dellamonica Bros., real estate, .. 500 G. S. Estes, real estate . 150 T. J. A. Flaws, personal property....... 500 L- Quilici 8c Co., real estate .. i.ctoo F. W. Fairbanks, real estate. 500 1. D. Flory, real estate . 200 C. F. Fox, personal property. 700 G. H. Fulstone, real estate. . 500 M. Fallon, real estate. . 1,000 G. Gardelli, real estate ... . 2,350 Pat Gallagher, real estate.. . 500 J. C. Gallagher, real and personal prop erty . 900 J. B. Gallagher, real estate . 2,000 C. Hernleben, real estate.. 500 K. Hernleben, real estate. 400 Charles Hinds, real estate. ... 400 Lawson 8c McTigue, merchandise. 100 Jolese Lawson, real estate. 140 G. I. Leavitt, real estate . . 500 F. L- Littell, merchandise. . . . 250 Mrs. L. Lancaster, real estate . 200 J. M. Lancaster, real estate.. 300 James Mills, real estate. 700 Miller 8c I.ux, real estate. 1.362 D. W. Melarkey, real estate. 150 Angus McLeod, real estate. 400 A. J. Newman, real estate . 160 Ninety-Four G. 8c G. Co., real estate... 250 William Owens, reul estate. 100 Occidental L- 8c I. Co., real estate. 1,420 Louis Pierrot!, real estate. 200 G. H. Plummer, real estate. . . 500 C. E. Peck ham, real estate. 240 Morris Pursell, real estate . 200 M. and W Pursell, real estate. 200 H. O. Pursell. real estate.. 500 W. R. Penrose, real estate. . .. 1,500 1). B. Park, real estate.. ... 300 Mike Quiliici, real estate . 5,300 Regan & Vieira, real estate . ' 500 Mrs. F. E- Robinson, real estate. 100 Wm. Ra1 lens, real estate ... 150 W. E. Reading Co., merchandise 500 Henry Sefton, real estate. ... 500 M. Se^al, merchandise . 400 Mary T Shaw, real estate 500 Charles Snyder, real estate. 400 J. M. Tailleur, real estate.. 400 Julia Tegalia 8: Co., real estate _... 800 Towle Bros., real estate. 3**00 S. Venturia, real estate. 1.400 Mrs. Hester Wise, real estate. 550 Henry Wood, real estate. 500 Dyer Bros.. merchandise. . . 500 G. B. Waldo, real estate... 200 Wilson Bros, real estate. 2,300 Mrs. A. J. Wilson, real estate. 4°° Mis. W. T. Warren, real estate . 3°° Nevada K: California Railway, added road and equipment under construc tion . 120,009 John Tothrop, mortgage added. 1,000 Brown & Blot, real estate. ... 7°° G. A. Barret, real estate. 250 J G. Kaufman, real estate. 200 J. W. Carter, real estate. 200 l, . R. Ames, real estate... 200 That the said Board of Equalization will meet on Saturday, September 30th, 1905. at 8 o’clock a. m. . when and where the above named persons, or any other persons, or corporations may ap pear before said Board and obtain a hearing upon the valuation as increased by said Board. That said Board will on Monday. October 2d. 1905, making a final determination of the assess ment on said Assesment Roll, and will not meet later than said date as said Board of Equaliza tion. *—v—By order of the Board. ( 1 Attest: D. W. MKI.ARKKY, j SEAL, j Clerk. *•—.— * Dated Sept. 18, 1905. Taxlist Errata. The following are the names that were left off of the printed list of taxpayers by error in copy ing the list from the Assessment Roll: Apsey, Mrs. H. I).—Two houses and lots and other buildings on Main st north of Mrs. Ross, and 5 acres of land aaj anove east. $1,000; house and lot on Main st adj. Mrs. Ross south . $300; furniture, $50; cow, $25. Yering ton. Aiken & Latnpkin—Buildings known as the Nev. G. & C. Mng. Cos. smelter, $1,200. Yerington. Ames. Robt.—U. S. title to 19 acres land, $300; furniture, $50; organ, $25: 2 horses, $;o; har ness. $10; cow. $25; vehicle, $50; 1 poll tax is sued. Smith Valley. Dayton Lime Kiln—80 acres contract land, cabin and 3 lime kilns, $350: 2 horses. harness. $10; truck, $20; 1 poll tax issued. Dayton Gallagher, J. C.—Smart ranch. $1,600; 160 acres land adj. Fitzpatrick south. $250; so acres land east of Yerington with houses thereon, $700; U. S. title to 120 acres land adj. R S Brooks south. $850; U. S. title to 160 acres land adj. L C. Clark. $1,000; house and lot known as Whit acre place in Craig Addition. $250; Joe Hardy house and lot, $125; merchandise. $4,500; raor tgages. $7,250; solvent debts. $300. Yerington. Gallagher, J. B.—Erway ranch, 480 acres, $4,500: ranch opp. Pat Gallaghers. $1,600; Anderson ranch. 160 acres, $1,000; Murphy ranch, 160 acres. $1,500; Merritt ranch, 320 acres, $3,250; Brisson ranch, 160 acres, $1,400; Drappo ranch. 80 acres. $200; Geiger ranch, 160 acres. $800; 40 acres State land, $20; house and lot in Yering ton. $200; 35 acres north ot church, $230; Sav age ranch, 20 acres. $500; Cooper ranch, 240 acres, $1,200; 1.760 acres State la ml. $3,520; 2S0 acres Littell land, $100; 30 acres known as Leary ranch. $150; furniture $200; mortgages, $11,100; watches, $50; 16 work horses. $800; 5 saddle horses, $125; 20 stock horses, $400; stallion. $.30; harness, $200; 78 beef cattle. $1, 950; 5 cows, $125; 600 stock cattle. $9,000; hogs, $200; wagons and machinery, $800 Mason Valley. Nichol, T. G.—U. S. title to 160 acres land. $600; furniture, $40; work horse. $30; harness. $10; 2 cows. $30; hogs, $50; buggy $35; 1 poll tax. Mason Valley. Powell Harry—240 acres land being V2 of Jew Ranch, $300; poss. claim to 640 acres land head of Churchill Canyon. $200. Sunrise District. Parker, Edgar I.—House and land claim, $150; furniture, $50; 2 horses $50; harness, $10; cart, $15. Canal District. Keiller, A. G.—House and lot cor First st. and Second avenue, $100; furniture, $23; 1 pool tax. Dayton. McNamara, l’. T.—Two houses and lots on Helena avenue, $iuo; cow, $25; furniture, $23; 1 poll tax. Sutro. McGurn, T. R.—Three vacant lots. $75. Sutro. McTigue, Mrs. E. B.—House and lot on ea>t side Main st., $600; house and lot opp. above, $200; stable and lot east side st., $75; furniture, $100; piano, $150; horse, buggy and harness, $ioo. Widow’s exemption. Silver City. McNeely, Mrs. W. H.—House and lot east side Main st., $600; furniture, $30. Yerington. McLeod, Angus—tJ. S. title to 920 acres land, $5,600; furniture, $50; 8 work horses, $400; 2 saddle horses, $50; 10 stock horses, $200; har ness, $50; 3 cows. $75; 30 cattle, $450; 50 *heep, $125; hogs, $80: bees, $15; wagons and ma chinery, $500; 3 poll taxes issued. Mason Val ley. McGowan, T. M —Poss. claim to 240 acres land, $300; poss. claim to 160 acres known as Nelson ranch, $300; furniture, $50; 4 work horses, $200; saddle horse, $25; stock horses, $100; harness, $35; 10 cows, $250; 10 cattle, $150: hogs, $100; wagons and machinery, $150; 2 poll taxes is sued. Mason Valley. McKenzie, Mrs. D. W.—House and lot east side Main st.. $300. Yerington. M. E. Wilson. Pres. J. I. Wilson, Vice Pres. Geo. Plcmmer, Cashier. YERINGTON, NEVADA — • 1 f rA AAA ( directors: Capital. J50.0UU. 'G. W. Webster. G. H. Plummer. J. I. Wilson. * T ( George Plummer. M. E. Wilson A General Banking and Exchange Business Transacted Interest Paid on Time Deposits Insures Property Against Loss by Fire YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED IRRIGATE YOUR FARM And pump water for your stock this Summer with a Samson Engine and Centrifugal Pump The cheapest, least complicated and most effective gasoline plant manufactured The Samson Gasoline Engine is manufactured in Stockton, Cal., by the Samson Iron Works, and their pumping plants are in successful operation all over California. A small plant may be seen in operfftion at the Times office any day in the week. For prices, particulars, etc., write to E. W. Martin or Samson Iron Works AGENT, GENOA, NEV. STOCKTON, CAL. McIntyre. V.—Dwelling house and blacksmith shop on Main street. $800; house and lot west of shop. $100; furniture. $50; merchandise, $100; cow. $25; 2 poll taxes issued. Yerington. McLennan. Donald—320 acres patented land, T. 15. R. 24, $640. Mason Valley. McLennan. Mrs. Kate—16154 acres patented land, T. 15, R. 24, $323. Mason Valley. McVicar, J. W — U. S. title to So acres land. $1,200; furniture, $50; organ $25; 4 work horses, $160; 2 stock horses. $40; harness, $25; 28 cows, $700; hogs, $10; wagons, and machinery, $350; 1 poll tax. Smith Valley. D. V. RANDALL, Ex-Officio Assessor of Lyon County, Nevada. List of Bills Allowed. The following bills were exam ined and allowed by the Board of County Commissioners of Lyon County. State of Nevada, at a meeting held September iH, 1905-' Claimant. For What Allowed. Amount. F L Littell, Corn's mileage . 18 00 C C Turner, Corn's mileage - 20 00 F W Fairbanks, printing tax list in 4“ Orlaudo Cordelli, work on road. 34 00 F W Fairbanks, printing and advertising 29 00 J J Winn, care of indigent 2300 P' W Fairbanks, printing and advertising 55 00 E H Whitacre. land for poor farm. 2500 00 Attest: A true copy. D. W. MELARKEY, County Clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the Board of Countv Commissioners. Graded Cattle for Sale 19 Head of HolsteiivDurham crossed Cattle for sale at a Bargain, Cattle are from 6 to 9 months old and in fine condition. ALSO ONE THOROUGHBRED DURHAM BULL (of the Sparks' strain of Durharas) I For further particulars regard-1 ing this bargain lot, call on or ad-j dress JOHN McVICAR, Smith, Nevada. Drying preparations simply devel >;> dry catari h; they dry up the secretions, which adhere to 1 he membrane and decom pose, cam. : ■: far more serious trouble than i he ordinar, : jv:n of catarrh. Avoid ail dry i:;!mlunts. fumes, smokes and tnufla i . use tliat which cleanses, soothes and i ..Is. Ely’s • ream Balm is such a remody nd will euro catarrh or cold in the head easily and pteaaantly. A trial size -will h mailed for JO cents. All druggists sell the iJc.i-ine. T y Brothers, GC Warren St., K.Y. T’ao Balm cures without pain, does n t irritate r. r r : a sneezing. It spreads itself over an ini rated and angry surface, reliev ing immediately the painful inflammation. With Ely’s Cream Balm you arc armed against Nasal Catarrh and Huy Fever. W. N. WOOD PRACTICAL ASSAYER Yf.rington, - Nevada. Gold and Silver. $i Copper. $1.50 Lead, $1.50. LARGEST, FINEST QUARTERS IN SAN FRANCISCO Residence Location, Away from Noise, Strife and Temptations of the City California Business College. 925 Golden Gate Ave„ San Francisco. Cal. ALIVE, COMPLETE, THOROUGH. Positions for Every Graduate, If Desired. Write for Seventy-Five Page Illustrated Catalogue. No charge. M. SEGAL Is now receiving a Select Line of Spring and Summer Goods Shirtwaists, Wrappers, Laces, Errv broideries, Fancy Collars, Calicos, Ginghams, Organdies and Lawns, A Complete Line of Fresh Groceries and General Merchandise. Everybody needs a New Spring Suit Call and see onr samples, made by M. L. O B E RNDORF He CO The Leading Chicago Tailors E. R. E A M Carries the Finest Line of Fancy Groceries in Yerington An Elegant Liipe o? Liadies’ Wipter Goods. A Few Holiday Goods Lieft at Reduced Prices. Call and See the Continental Tailor’s New Samples. YVe Fit You J. C. Gallagher I carry thr largest and most select line of Staple and Fancy Groceries In Yerlng ton. also a fine line of Tobaccos. Cigars and Smoker’s Goods. Dealer in General Merchandise. Gents' Furnishing Goods. Drygoods. Etc. Also Carries a Full Line of Hardware, Nails. Agricultural Implements. W. C. GRUBER PROPRIETOR OF THE Model Meat Market, UPPER MAIN STREET, • KTovacla. Wholesale and Retail Dealt i in Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lard, Home-Cured Bacon and Hams, Sausages of all Kinds. SHAVING PARLORS AMD BATHS MAIN STREET, • YERINGTON WMtacre 4 Bosch, PROPRIETORS. Ilalrcuttlug, Shaving ami Shampooing Artistically Accomplished. Agency for the Reno Steam Laundry. H. PILKINCTON. LL. B. Attorney and Cuhnsku.or-at-I.aw Notary Public Office-Virginia Street, Craig's Addition Yerington, Nevada SUMMONS. In the District Court of the First Judicial Dis trict of the State of Nevada, in and for the County of I,yon. Rom-oe Conklin Sargent, Plaintiff, i vs. > Elsie Gertrude Sargent, Defendant ) Action brought in the District Court of the First Judicial District of the State of Nevada. I,yon county, and the complaint filed in said county, in tne office of the Clerk of said Dis trict Court on the 8th day of August, A D. The State of Nevada sends greeting to Elsie Gertrude Sargent, Defendant You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought ugainst you by the ntmve named plaintiff, in the District Court «»l the First Ju dicial District of the State of Nevada. I.yon county, and answer complaint filed therein within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons if served in said county, or if served out of said county, hut within the district, twenty days, in all other cases forty days, or judgment by de fault will Ik taken against you according to tin prayer of said complaint. Tne said action is brought to obtain a decree of the above entitled Court dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing be j tween plaintiff and defendant ujh>ii the ground of desertion of said defendant willfully and without just cause, and against the will and wishes of said plaintiff, for more than one year last past immediately preceding the filing of this action, all of which will more fully appear from the original vereified complaint on file herein, made l*»rt hereof and to which you are especially referred. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to answer the complaint the said pla n’tiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in said complaint. Witness my hand and the Seal of /—■# said District Court of the First Ju ( | dicial District, of the State of Neva 's seal vada, I.yon county, this 8th day of I ) August, in the year of our Lord one #w thousand nine hundred and five. I). W M EI.ARKEY, Clerk Samuel Platt, Attorney for Plaintiff. Carson City, Nevada. Notice to Creditors. Iii the District Court of the Erst Judicial Dis trict of the State of Nevada, Lyon County. In the Matter of the Estate of Herman ) Shirley, Deceased. f Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been duly apjtointed and qualified by the Dis trict Court of the Erst Judicial District of the State of Nevada, Lyon county, as Administrator, with the will annexed, of the estate of Herman Shirley, late of said county, deceased. All credit ors having claims against said estate are requir ed to file the same, with proper vouchers at tached, with the Clerk of the Court, within three months of the first publication of this notice. Dated Sept. 9, 190s. PRANK 1*. SHIRLEY, Administrator. With the Will Annexed, of the Estate of Herman Shirley, Deceased John Lotiikoiv Attorney for Administrator.