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Lyon County Times.
Vol. XLYII. Yerington, Nevada, Saturday, September 30, 1905. No. 39. LYON COUNTY TIMES. Published every Saturday morning by F. W. FAIRBANKS Editor and Proprietor terms: One Year.$ 3.00 Six Months. j.75 Single Copies. .}0 All subscriptions must be paid in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Suited Ntateo Government President _Theodore Roosevelt Secretary of State. . .. John Hay Secretary of Treasury.John W. Shaw Secretary of War.Win. H. Tafft Secretary of Navy Paul Morton Postmaster General.G. IJ. Corcelyou Secretary of Interior . Kthan A Hitchcock Attorney General .Wm H Moody Secretary of Agriculture..Janies Wilson Secretary of Commerce _ Victor H. Metcalf j Ntate of Nrvadn United States J.F. G. Newlands Senators ( . .George S. Nixon Congressman.C. D VanDuzer Governor . . John Sparks Lieutenant Governor Lemuel Allen f.A. L. Fitzgerald Judges of Supreme Court < . 1’ Talbot (.F. H. Norcross State Treasurer ..D. M. Ryan Secretary of State W. G. Douglass State ControIIei . S. P. Davis Attorney General ... J. G. Sweeney Surveyor General. - ... .E. D. Kelley State Printer ... Andrew Maute Supt. Public Instruction.. . . Orvis Ring f ........ . M A Murphy | _ Peter Breen District Judges •; .H. F. Curler _ G. S Brown \ _ M S. Bounifield Sj> on County fudge ot the District Court M A Murphy State Senator J W. Wilson . . , ( . A. Giflord Assemblymen j F A Regan bherifl and Awio.Mii.U P. Randall Clerk and Treasurer ... D. W. Melarkey Auditor and Recorder. . ... H. T. Powers District Attorney ... ..John Lothrop Public Administrator C. C. Braun ( (unex. team).. C. C. Turner Commissioners -'(longterm) T. J. A. Flaw' ((shortterm). F. L. 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The Tost master who neolects to give the leyal notice gf the neylect of a person to take from the of fice the newspaper addressed to him is liable to the publisher for the subscription price. (Uill Dyer -DEALER IN Fresh Vegetables u* FRUITS Candies, Nuts, Etc. In the Snyder Building Main Street Yerington, * Nevada VISIT DR. JORDAN *S GREAT MUSEUM OF MTOHY mi liftllT IT., Ill FRUC1SC0, CAL The Largest Anatomical Museum In the World. Weaknesses or any contracted disease peslllrrly vssrwd by the oldest Specialist on the Coaat Est j6 years OR. JORDAN-DISEASES OF MEN ■ VrBILia thoroughly eradicated from system without the use ofBsreery Trs«M« fitted by an Eipert ■ w| rare for Maptara. A quick and radical cure for ■»!!•■. rUsura ami V(■salon, by Ur Jordan’s apecial pain leas methods. Conviltettoo free end etrlctfrpelette TeedMnenl |.er .'.nelly nr by letler. * c*i', umlerteken. Write for Book. »■***••*»*■*IT ml HtHRlAGF, MAILED FREE. (K valuable hook tor men J CaM of writ* - OR IORDAN k CO.. IOBI M.rket St. S F. C. E. LEAVITT, M. D. PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON. Office in Globe Hotel Building. Main St., Yeriugton, Nevada. E. H. WHITACRE, NOTARY PUBLIC Office in Gem Ton social Parlors, Main St., Yerington. Nevada. The Merchants' Association, of San Francisco, Runs Against Snag When it Tries to Fix the Railroad Rates, The largest organization of busi ness men on the Pacific Coast is the Merchants’ Association of San Fran cisco. It includes practically all re tail dealers ot the largest city on the Pacific Coast, and also has on its roll many large wholesale houses. This body was instituted originally to secure better municipal condi tions. As its scope broadened it em braced a wider field of activity and its deliberations cover many sub jects ot moment to business men. In addition to its purely mercantile numbers, many individuals in pro fessional classes have joined its membership. Some time ago, when it was pro posed in some quarters to give the making ot all transportation rates to the Interstate Commerce Commis sion, these united merchants, includ ing hundreds ot firms and corpora tions, found an emergency confront ing them which it was at once their interest and duty to the Pacific Coast to meet. In a printed pamph let which has just been received, is the test of declarations made by them. Thev adopted resolutions, the text of two ot which is as fol lows: “Resolved, That the Merchants' Association of San Francisco, while expressing the highest respect tor and confidence in, personally and collectively, the members ot the In terstate Commerce Commission, re spectfully urges that no legislation be adopted whereby said Commis sion would be given the arbitrary right to make rates, as expedient and not to the advantage ot business in terests ot this community, and that we recommend in lieu thereof that the Commission be increased to seven members, and that, in view ot the vast commercial interests in volved and the difference governing transportation on the Pacific Coast and in the northwest, that the two members thus added to the Commis sion should be appointed, one from the Pacific Coast, and one from the northwest, so that all geographical sections of the country would be represented, and, be it further "Resolved, That the law under which the Commission is at present operating is, in our judgment, a proper one, it proper measures are taken to expedite the hearing ot cases upon which would contem plate the establishment ot a Court ot Transportation, whose decision would be final, except in cases where the constitutionality of the decree was questioned.” The Association also resolved that "the interests of this Coast will best be served by leaving the authority to make rates where it now is, in the hands ot the carriers, who are fa miliar with the exceptional condi tions on the Pacific Coast and the Northwest, subject to review by the Interstate Commerce Commission upon complaint ot the shipper who feels that a given rate is wrong.” Delinquents Classed as Thieves. A newspaper publisher in Ohio recently brought suit against 45 men who would not pay their sub scription, and obtained judgment in each case for the amount ot each claim. Of these, 28 made affidavit that they owed no more than the law allowed, thus preventing at tachment. Then under decision ot the Supreme Court they were ar rested tor petit larceny and bound over in the sum ot $3,000 each. All but six gave bonds, while the six went to jail. The new postal law makes it larceny to take a paper and retuse to pay tor it. Yerington Creamery Company -—-- MANUFACTURERS OF Superior Creamery Butter. Creamery located Two Miles Address all Communications to South of Yerington. Yerington Creamery Co. Be Sure to Use Only j Cream of Tartar: ' ; Baking Powder Food made with alum baking powder carries alum to the Stomach unchanged. Scientists have positively demonstrated this and that such food is partly indi gestible and unhealthful. Carson Valley farm Produces Big Yield. The Orardnerville Record says: Hardly a year passes that some tarm in this valley does not produce an astonishing yield to the acre, and it has just been brought to our notice that this year has not been excepted, although a very untavorable season, owing to the scarcity ot water. Andrew Hansen sowed eight acres in barley last spring and when the returns ol the threshers were in he was more than surprised when he discovered that those eight acres had produced twenty-one tons and twenty-five pounds; nearly three tons to the acre. This is undoubt edly the heaviest yield per acre in the State and it lully demonstrates that the small farmer can work his land to a tar greater advantage than those who hold large tracts and are not able to give the growing crops the care ana attention that is neces sary. _ Colonist Rates to the West via. the Southern Pacific. Commencing September 15th and ending with October 31st, colonist rates will be made effective lrom all eastern points to main line Nevada and California points. Kates from important eastern cities are as fol lows: Boston, Massachusetts.$51 00 Buffalo, New York. 42 50 Augusta, Georgia. 43 40 Colorado Springs, Colorado-25 00 Kort Worth, Texas. 25 00 Kansas City, Missouri. 25 00 Memphis, Tennessee. 31 65 Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 35 55 St. Louis, Missouri. 3° °° Sioux City, Iowa. 27 00 St. Paul, Minnesota. 34 90 New York, New York. 50 00 Chicago, Illinois. 33 00 Cincinnati, Ohio. 39 00 Council Bluffs, Iowa. 25 00 Houston, Texas. 25 00 Leavenworth, Kansas. 25 00 Minneapolis, Minnesota. 34 90 New Orleans, Louisiana . 30 00 Salt Lake, Utah. 25 00 St. Joseph, Missouri. 25 00 Cheyenne, Wyoming. 25 00 Kates to all points 011 the Nevada & California railroad, south of Ba salt, Nev., will be $fo higher than quoted above. For lurther information call on railroad representatives, or address A. II. Kisi.no, Acting D. F. 3c P. A., So. Pac. Co., Keno, Nevada. Always Successful. When indigestion becomes chronic it is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will cure indigestion and all troubles resulting therefrom, thus £ reventing Catarrh ot the Stomach. r. Newbrough, ot League, W. Ya., says : “To those suffering from in digestion or sour stomach I would say there is no better remedy than Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have pre scribed it tor a number of my pa tients with good success." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet. Sold by Mason Yalley Drug Store. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sence of smell and completely de range the whole system when en tering it through the mucous sur faces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney St Co. Testimonials tree. Sold by all Druggists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for con stipation. Church Notice. On Sunday religious services will be conducted as follows: Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sun day school immediately after morn ing services. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings, to commence at 7 o’clock. All are cordially invited to attend these meetings. Plummer School House:—Preach ing by pastor the first Sunday of each month to commence at 2:30 o'clock. Barret School House:—Preaching qy pastor the third Sunday of each month to commence at 2:30 o’clock. Thos. H. Nicholas, Pastor. Sour Stomach No appetite, loss ot strength, nervous ness, headache, constipation, bad breath, general debility, sour risings, and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion. Kodol cures Indigestion. This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of diges tion ss they exist in a healthy stomach, combined with the greatest known tonio and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dys pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing, purifying, sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. S. S. Balt, of R»ven«wood, W, Va.. ays:— “ 1 was troubled with lour stomach for twenty yaars. Kodol cured me and we era now using It In milk for baby." Kodol Digests What Yon Eat. Bottles only. $ 1.00 Size hoklint 2H times the trial size, which sells for 50 cents. Prepared by ■. O. DeWITT * OO., OHIOAQO, For Sale by G. I. Lieavitt & S09. CATARRH Ely’s Cream Balm This Remedy is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals, and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs. Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Large Size, 60 cents at Druggists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warrtn St., Ntw York, HILBUN & TILLERY Upper Maiu Street YER1NGTON - - NEVADA (Opposite Bovards) Horeshoeing Wagonmaking Repairing and General Blacksmithing A Specialty Made of Shoeing in a Patented Shoeing Rack and no Extra Charge All jobs executed in a workmanlike man ner at reasonable prices SjjHXDMDGlrf This great stock medicine is a money saver for stock raisers. It is a medicine, not a cheap food or condition powder. Though put up in coarser form than Thedford's Black-Draught, renowned for the cure of the digestion troubles of persons, it has the same qualities of invigorating digestion, stirring up the torpid liver and loosening the constipated bowels for all stock and poultry. It is carefully pre pared and its action is so healthful that stock grow and thrive with an occasional dose in their food. It cures hog cholera and makes hogs grow fat. It cures chicken cholera and roup and makes hens lay. It cures constipation, distemper and colds in horses, murrain in cattle, and makes a draught animal do more work for the food consumed. It gives animals and fowls of all kinds new life. Every farmer and raiser should certainly give it a trial. It costs 25c. a can and saves ten times its price in profit. PrrnwBUBQ, March 26,1904. I have been using your Black-Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine on my stock for some time. I have used all kinds of stock food but I have found that yours is the best for my purpose. J. S. HASSON. EVERYBOY SHOULD LEABH TO SHOOT Be sure to be properly equipped—obtain the STEVENS and you CANNOT GO WRONG. We make RIFLES, . . from *3 OO to $150 00 PISTOLS, . from 2 SO to 50 00 SHOTtHJNS, from 7.50 to 35.00 Ask your dealer for our products and INSIST ON GETTING THEM Send 4 cents In stamps for 140 page illustrated catalog. You group your stmts ritfht in "ur Kitie Puzt A request will obtain this attractive and int estln$f novelty by return mail. J. STEVENS ABMS AND TOOL CO. P. O. B„x 4U94 CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS., U.S.A. EQUILIZATION NOTICE. Office of the County Clerk of | Lyon County. Dayton, Nev.. September 4. 1905.) Notice is hereby given that the County Assessor of Lyon County, Nevada, has completed the assessment roll for the year 1905, and has duly attached his certificate thereto, and delivered the maps, books and all original lists of property given to him, to the Clerk of the Board of Countv Commissioners of Lyon County. State of Nevada; that the Board of County Commissioners will meet on Monday, September 18th, 1905, at eight o’clock in the morning as a Board of Equilizntion, and will hear and determine all complaints made in regard to the assessed value of any property within said Lyon County, and will change and coirect any valuation, either by adding thereto or deducting therefrom, if they deem the same as fixed on the Assesraetit Roll either above or below the true value, whether the same was fixed by the owner or by the As sessor; except that in case where the person complaining of the assessment has refused to give the Assessor his list of property under oath as required by law. In such case no reduction will be made by the Board of Equalization in the assessment made by the Assessor. The As sessment Roll will be kept open for public in spection in the County Clerk's office, in the Court House, at Dayton,"until after the adjourn ment of the meeting or the Hoard of Equaliza tion. The Hoard ol Equalization will continue in session from time to time until the business of equalization of said Assessment Roll is dis posed of, but said Board will not meet after the FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER. 1905, except that the Hoard of Equalization will meet to equalize the Assessment Roll and hear com plaints in excepted cases as mentioned in the Revenue Laws, j>ages 47 and 52, Statutes of Ne vada, 1893 I>. W. MEI.ARKEY, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Lyon County. Nevada. Dayton. Nev.. Sept. 4. 1905. K. 1>. SMITH. 91. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office and Residence in the Littell Building. Opp Postoffice. Main St.. Yerington, Nevada. Special Attent.on Given the Eve. 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