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Vot. XLVU. Yerington, Nevada, Saturday, October 14, 1905. • No. 41. LYON COUNTY TIMES. Published every Saturday morning by P. W. PAIRBA1VK8 Editor and Proprietor terms: One Year —..._..% 3.00 Six Months. . ...... 1.75 Single Copies . ...... .10 All subscriptions must be paid in advance. ————1»» OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. I'nlted Mtateo <>o vernmeni President . Theodore Roosevelt Secretary of State . John Hay Secretary of Treasury ... John VV. Shaw Secretary of War. . Win H. Taflt Secretary of Navy ... ... _ Paul Morton Postmaster General G. H. Corcelyou Secretary of Interior . Kthan A. Hitchcock Attorney General ... .. Win. II Moody Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson Secretary of Commerce . Victor H. Metcalf Mtate of Vvartn United States J. .... F. G. Newlands Senators (. . Georges. Nixon Congressman.. . . C. 1>. VanDuzer Governor . .. John Sparks Lieutenant Governor Lemuel Allen (.A. L. Fitzgerald Judges of Supreme Court • G. F Talbot ( .F. H. Noreross state Treasurer . li.M. Ryan Secretary of State W. G. Douglass State Controller . 8. P. Davis Attorney General.J. G. Sweeney surveyor General. .F. D. Kelley State Printer. .. Andrew Mnute Supt. Public Instruction. ... Or?is King f M. A Murphy, Peter Breen District Judges B. F. Curler G > Brown l ... M s. Bonnifield I.VOII 4'«»Ulit> fudge of the District Court M A Murphy State senator J W\ Wilson Assemblymen j. . p. A. Regan Sheriff and Assessor DP. Randall Clerk and Treasurer I>. W. Melarkey Auditor and Recorder. . K. T. Powers District Attorney. ..John I.othrop Public Administrator C. C. Braun ( nine* team).. C. C Turner Commissioners < (long term)... .T. J. A. Flaws ((short term) F. 1.. I.ittell NEWSPAPER LAW 1 Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary,are considered ax wishing tg continue their subscription. * If subscribers order the discontinuance of their period teals, the publisher wav continue to send them until all arrears are paid. S I f subscribers neglect or re fuse to take their pe rwdicals from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible till they have settled their tall and orde red their paper discontinued. , If subscribers move to other jilacex withoiit I mformi ng the publisher, and the paper is sent to the > rmer direction, they are held re*j>on*thie. The courts have decided that refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing and leaving them uncalled far, is prima facie evidence of inten tional fraud. ti. Any person who eceives a newspaper and uuikes use of it. whether he has subscribed for it or not, is held in law as a subscriber. 7. The Postmaster who neglects to (.rive the legal notice of the neglect of a person to take from the of fice the newspaper addressed to him is liable to the publisher for the subseription price. mill Dyer -DEALER IN Fresh Vegetables FRUITS dt Candies, Nuts, Etc. In the Snyder Building Main Street Yerington, ■ Nevada DR. JORDAN'S gri*t£ 'MUSEUM OF ANATOMY? mlllUETBT.f»iirM*uavu,vaii. , The Largest Anatomical Museum in the £ World. Weaknesses or any contract. I ▼ disease pwelllwely ewrwd hy the oldest A Specialist on the Coaat tn ye*ri t OR. JORDAR—DISEASES OF MEN • ■ VPHILia thoroughly eradicated M ■ from system without the us* of ■•rewry t XreiMwai fitted by an Ex|>ert , A . ml r.r. for »«»twrw. A quick and ¥ 1 radical cure for ril—. **■••«» and a VI .Swim, by Ur Jordan » special paui V \ W W Kit BWWU* A Consultation (ree and •tri'dlrP'lva'oT “™" £T.e T f tonally nr bv letter. A (*•«*»• V'. k k undertaken. Write (nr (look. A § mAHHIAklCt. MAtUtu PabB. (k valuable bonk w \ (or men 1 Call or write r i 0 OR IORDAN It CO., 10*1 K»r*«t St. SF. f ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦f♦rrtvt t » » ■ ■ C. E. LEAVITT, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON. Office in Globe Hotel Building, Main St., Yerington, Nevada. E. H. WHITACRE, NOTARY PUBLIC Office ill Gem Tonsorial Parlors, Main St., Yerlngtou, Nevada. -------- - ----------a Assessment Work and Patents. The annual required $ioo work on an unpatented mining claim to' pre vent it trom lapsing to be again a part ot the public domain and thus subject to relocation, is not cumula tive in its effect. One can do $100 worth ot work or improvement on his claim every year right along, tor twenty years, and it he omits so do ing for any one year the claim is just as subject to relocation as it he had done no work thereon at all. It, on the other hand, he does no work on his mining location his “title" thereto is undisturbed so long as no one else thinks the claim is worth jumping. If he wants to take the chances ot no one wanting to relo cate it he can let the claim alone for as many years as he chooses. How the locator treats his claim is usually indicative* oi wnai ne mums oi ji himself. The better way is to do sufficient development work on it to entitle him to apply for a United States patent thereto. In case he wants to sell it such patent would be a splendid investment, for ability to show a title from Uncle Sam goes a good way with a buyer who is as careful in the purchase ol a mining pioperty as he would be in buying any other kind of real estate. The lenient requirements of all State and federal enactments regarding annual assessment work is merely to incite development and discour age the pernicious practice of hold ing claims without working them. Discovery and appropriation are the sources of title to mining claims, and development by working, as a condition ot continued ownership, until a patent is obtained, the latter being the ultimate intent. Objection has been made to this journal against patenting a claim that it then immediately becomes taxable. Such argument is not ten able. While, as a matter ot tact, it does “become taxable," the unpatent ed claim itself is subject to taxation, and even il the patented claim was taxied a few hollars every year, such amount would be much less than the $100 necessary annual assess ment work. Those objections to pat enting or even to the annual assess ment work itself usually come from those who are trying to hold several claims without complying with le gal requirements ana enueavoruig to hang on to more mining ground than they can legally work or claim. The spirit ot the liberal law is that each man must make use ot what he has or else give it up to somebody else. Whether it he the capitalist, the promotor, the speculator, the miner or the prospector, each has equal rights that must he respected. The man who bonds or buys wants no questions raised as to title, so that he cannot be attacked by law suits that often crop up when the property becomes valuable, and in case he wants to sell or transfer the property "the ironclad potency of a United States patent” is most desir able.—Mining and Scientific Press. Saved His Life. J. W. Davenport. Wingo, Ky., writes, June 14, 1902: "I want to tell you I believe Ballard's Snow Liniment saved my life. I was un der the treatment ot two doctors, and they told me one of my lungs was entirely gone, and the other badly affected. I also had a lump on my side. I don't think that I could have lived over two months longer. 1 was induced by a friend to try Ballard’s Snow Liniment. The first application gave me great relief; two 50 cent bottles cured me sound and well. It is a wonderful medicine and I recommend it to suffering hu manity.” Sold by Or. I. Leavitt St Son. I I A MATTER OF HEALTH *»AKS POWDER Absolutely Pore HAS HQ SUBSTITUTE A Cream of Tartar Powder, free from alum or phoe phatlc acid ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. HOW A FINE COPPER PROSPECT WAS FOUND. Parties Looking for Iron Property Stumble On to fine Looking Copper Ledge. Somewhat over a year ago Otto Taubert and sons, of St. Paul, ar rived in this place from Tonopah in quest ot an iron mine which they had heard existed on the other side ot the range ot hills lying west of Mason Valley. The property they came to look at had been taken up by the Murchie boys and is but a short distance from the Ludwig cop per mine. It is a good, high grade deposit, and as Mr. Murchie was busy the Tauberts went out to look at the mine alone, having received instructions how to find it. They took the road, however, to the old Everett iron mine, tn Churchill Can yon, from which ore for fluxing was obtained by the Bluestone Co. when its mine and smelter were in opera tion. Mr. Tauert liked the property, and made arrangements to take it from the Murchies, supposing it was their property, and left tor the East. The Taubert boys came back this Summer to take over the property and were taken to the iron deposit near the Ludwig mine. They told the Murchie boys then that that was not the property they had visited on the former trip and called the deal off. The Tauber ts then began to investi gate the property they had first vis ited and finding it abandoned located it and did the assesment work on it. In doing this assessment work a fine ledge ot cuprite ore was encounter ed, samples ot which, when assayed in Denver, showed copper values ranging from 7 to 30 per cent., while the magnetite iron in the ore runs from 50 to 75 per cent. It is more than likely that the iron is only a capping which covers a large and valuable copper deposit. Otto and August Taubert, who are now here, have taken lumber to the mine this week tor the construc tion of a cabin, and will proceed to open up the property and make ship ments ot ore to Salt Bake. They expect to make a carload shipment to the Taylor und Brunton sampling works within the next ten day. At the present time the ore will have to be hauled to Wabuska to be put on the cars, but it it is found profitable to make regular shipments a road will be built from the mine to Churchill Station on the Nev. & Cal. railroad, a distance ot only sev en miles. The location tor a camp is an ideal one. Work can be carried on the year round without the interference ot storms, there are several springs within a short distance ot the mine Yerington Creamery Company --- MANUFACTURERS OF -- Superior Creamery Butter. Creamery located Two Miles Address all Communications to South of Yerington. Yerington Creamery Co. from which water could be piped in sufficient quantity tor all purposes, and the proximity of the railroad will allow ot supplies being taken in at reasonable rates. 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. Rates from important eastern cities are as fol lows: Boston, Massachusetts.$5t 00 Buffalo, New York. 42 50 Augusta, Georgia. 43 40 Colorado Springs, Colorado-25 00 Fort Worth, Texas. 25 00 Kansas City, Missouri. ... 25 00 Memphis, Tennessee. 31 65 Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 35 55 St. Louis, Missouri. 30 00 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 9° New Orleans, Louisiana . 30 00 Salt Lake, Utah. 25 00 St. Joseph, Missouri. 25 00 Cheyenne, Wyoming. 25 00 Rates to all points on the Nevada St California railroad, south ot Ba salt, Nev„ will be $10 higher than quoted above. For further information call on railroad representatives, or address A. II. Risino, Acting D. F. St P. A., So. Pac. Co., Reno, Nevada. Church Notice. On Sunday religious services will be conducted as tollows: Preaching services at n 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, Pastoh. full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J. Ii. Simmons, of Casey, la. Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough it he had not taken the medi cine about which he writes. “ I had a fearful cough that disturbed my night’s rest. I tried everything, but nothing would relieve it until I took I)r. King’s New Discovery tor Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, which completely cured me.” Instantly re lieves and permanently cures all throat and lung diseases; prevents grip and pneumonia. At G. I. Leav itt & Son. druggists; guaranteed; 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. WeaK Hearts Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple indiges tion It is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease, not organic, are not only traceable to, but are the direct result of indi gestion. All food taken Into the stomach which fails of perfect digestion ferments and swellsthe stomach, puffing it up against the heart. This Interferes with the action of the heart, and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. Mr. D. Ksublo, of Nevada, O., says: 1 hid stomach trouble and was In a bad state aa I had heart trouble with It. I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and tt cured me. Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure. Bottles only, SI .00 Sire holding 2Vi times thetrtal size, which sells for 50c, Prepared by E. O. DeWITT AOO.. OHIOAQOb For Sale by G. I. Lleavitt & Sop. i Glocksnilthing | -BY \ HILBUN & TILLERY ^ Upper Main Street ► YKRINGTON - - NEVADA ► (Opposite Bovards) J Horeshoeing Wagonmaking l Repairing and l 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 M0Pr Because the liver is j^r ^ neglected people suffer V with constipation, biliousni_, headache* and fevers. Colds attack the lungs and contagious diseases take hold of the system. It is safe to say that if the liver were always kept in proper working order, illness would be almost unknown. Thedford’s Black-Draught is so successful in curing such sickness because it is without a rival as a liver regulator. This great family medicine is not a strong and drastic drug, but a mild and healthful laxative that cures con stipation and may be taken by a mere child without possible harm. The healthful action on the liver cures biliousness. It has an in vigorating effect on the kidneys. Because the liver and kidneys do not work regularly, the poisonous acids along with the waste from the bowels get back into the blood and virulent contagion results. Timely treatment with Thed ford's Black-Draught removes the dangers which lurk in constipation, liver and kidney troubles, and will positively forestall the inroads of Bright’s disease, for which dis ease in advanced stag** there is no cure. Ask your dealer for a 25c. package of Thedford’s Black Draught. Every man, woman and child may enjoy the healthiest of pastimes, shooting with the STEVENS The firearms that insure perfect sport, because they never disappoint—splendid arms in every wav— built In all suitable sizes and weights. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE STEVENS. A great book of 140 pages of interesting articles on hunting, target shooting, etc., F'KEI.. Enclose4 cents to cover postage. J, Stevens Arms and Tool Co. I*. O. Lox 4001 • CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS., U. S. A. CATARRH I 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 Warrsn St., New York. D. SMITH, M. «. Physician and Surgeon. — I Office and Residence in the Littell Building. Opp 1 Postoffice. Main St.. Yerington. Nevada. I Special Attent.oh Given the Eye. Glaesee Fitted -----— Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar Cares all Coughs, and expels Colds from the system by gently moving the bowels.