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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
YERINGTON, - NEVADA • Saturday.Oct. 21, 1905. THE NEW TOWN Of MINA. A Railroad Towo That I* Growing, and Which Will Become a Point of Much Importance. The new town of Mina, on the Nev. & Cal. railroad, about four miles this side of Sodaville, is grow ing rapidly. The railroad company has two wells in the cainp which supply an abundance of good water for drinking and household and rail road use. A new freight house, new depot and company office combined and new company store building have been completed, and an 8-stall engine house and machine shop com bined is in course of construction and nearing completion. There is no doubt that the company is build ing tor permanency, and will make the town the end of the Hazen cut-off district, also the terminal point tor the Tonopah road and the transferr ing point for the freight coming up from the Bishop Creek country. It is reported on reliable authority that the road is also soon to be broad gauged between Mina and Mojave, or some other point in the southern country to make a through line to Los Angeles. The town is located on a slight elevation, and railroad men say the railroad yard is the best of its size they ever worked in. There are six saloons in the town, three restaurants, three stores, a trainmen’s lodge room and dance hall, and two barber shops and a butcher shop. Frank Baker, for merly of Hawthorne, has his new hotel building nearly completed, and several new residences are in course of construction. There are probably 400 people in the town, who mostly live in boxcars and tents at present. Another important feature of the place is the private track of the Tonopoh Lumber Com pany. This company unloads all of its lumber at Mina and makes that point a center for distribution of its business to all points south. The railroad company has a large coal chute at the place, and also a high line switch tor transferring crude oil for the southern country. It is also probable that a stage and lreight line will be put on from Mina to the new Atwood mining district in the near future, provided the business of the district will warrant it. It is reported that a newspaper will also soon be started in Mina. The town is sure to grow and become of con siderable importance. A Splendid Idea. A new idea in a cough syrup is advanced in Kennedjps Laxative Honey and Tar. Besides containing Pine Tar, Honey and other valuable remedies, it is rendered Laxative, so that its use insures a prompt and efficient evacuation ot the bowels. It relaxes the nervous system, and cures all coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. A red clover blossom and the honey bee is on every bottle of the Original Laxa tive Cough Syrup—Kennedy’s Laxa tive Honey and Tar. An ideal rem edy for children. Mothers praise it. It is best for all. Sold at the Mason Valley Drug Store. Telephone Meeting. There was a meeting of the stock holders ot the Yerington Electric Company last Sunday and the fol lowing officers were elected: J. J. Wilson, President; E. R. Lam, Sec retary; C. W. Gallagher, Treasurer. This company is now in shape to do business, and proposes to begin ex tending the line from Yerington south at an early date, probably next week. The line will be run up to Plummers and Nordyke and then on to Smith Valley. Eventually the line will be continued to Pine Grove and Rockland, and probably to Day ton. From Smith Valley the com pany of that place will build to Bodie, Bridgeport and Aurora, and the line from Bodie to Hawthorne will be connected with the line from Sodaville to Tonopah. When all this work is completed it will give Mason Valley communication with all points north and south and be of great convenience to residents of this section. Duu’t Barrow Trouble. It is a bad habit to borrow any thing, but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble. When sick, sore, heavy, weary and worn out by the pains and poisons ot dys pepsia, billiousness, Bright’s disease, and similar internal disorders, don’t sit down and brood over your symp toms, but fly for relief to Electric Bitters. Here you will find sure and permanent forgetfulness of all your troubles, and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease. For sale at the Mason Valley Drug Store. Price 50c. Guaranteed. Silver City Notes. Miss Carrie Allen is visiting Day ton friends. Mr. Charles Glines, Jr., is now lo cated in Silver Bow. Claim holders are busy doing their annual assessment work. Miss Haggerty, cousin of Mr. Donovan, is visiting at his home. Mr. J. Winn and family are home after an extended visit to the north west. A new store and butcher shop are late additions to Silver’s busi ness houses. A large number of town people attended the excursion to Reno on the 14th inst. Miss Kittie Quinn was the winner of a gold watch given in a contest recently for the most popular young lady in Silver City. Mrs. Lux, who has been in poor health the past many months, still continues poorly. Mr. Lux has the sympathy of the community in his trouble. An entertainment will be given here in Miners’ Union Hall, Friday evening, November 3d, in aid of Rev. Father O’Donnell, of Gold Hill. In the past these entertain ments have been a success, and it is hoped the same may be said of this. An exceptionally good pro gram will be presented, good music for dancing, and a good time for all who attend. Mrs. Klizabeth Drysdale, mother ot Mrs. Harry Randall, passed away on Monday, the 16th inst. Mrs. Drysdale was one ot Silver’s oldest residents and was greatly esteemed in the community. She had reached the ripe age of 86 years, and was full ot vigor until her sudden tak ing off. Her funeral took place on Wednesday and was largely at tended by her many friends and acquaintances. A good woman, noble and charitable. May she rest in peace. The funeral of the late Felix Simon Lacrouts took place on the 12th inst. and was very largely attended by friends. Thus the old lights pass away. May they in their new home find a haven of peace and perfect rest in the sight of their Creator. Nalloe’eo Ball. Some of the young ladies of the valley are arranging to give a Hal lowe’en ball and supper1 on the night of the 31st, as will be seen by the ad vertisement in another column of this issue. Those who have the matter in hand are connoisseurs ot such affairs, and all who attend are assured an evening of mystery and novel enjoyment. The price of ad mission has been fixed at 50 cents each, and an excellent supper will be served in the Witch’s Den at 50 cents per plate. Excellent music will be in attendance. Don’t forget the date. _ New Cere for Caocer. , All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. Jas. Walters, ot Duffield, Ya., writes: “ I had a cancer on my lip for years, that seemed incurable, till Bucklen’s Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly well.” Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns. 25c at Mason Valley Drug Store. Stray Norte*. There came to my ranch about two weeks ago a brown mare and horse; mare branded TF in one iron on left hip, and the horse is branded the same. The animals are about six and eight years old respectively. The owner will please call and get the animals, pay charges tor keep ing and pay tor this notice or they will be sold at auction according to law. Rohxo Rosaschi, Yerington, Nev. Cores Chill* aad fever. G. W. Wirt, liacogdoche, Texas, says: “ His daughter had chills and fever for three years; he could not find anything that would help her till he used Herbine. His wife will not keep house without it, and can not say too much for it.” 50c. Sold at the Mason Valley Drug Store. - - — Assesment Notice. -- Haywood gold and silver mining Company.—Location of principal place of business, Dayton, Lyon county, Nevada.—Loca tion of works, Devil’s Gate and Chinatown Min ing District, Lyon county. Nevada. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors held on the iath day of October, 1905, an assessment (No. 1) of Five (5) cents per share was levied upon the capital stock of the Hav wood Gold and Silver Mining Company, payable immediately in United States gold coin, to the Secretary’, at the office of the company, at Day ton, Lyon county, Nevada. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the Seventeenth Day of November, 1905, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless payment in made be fore, will be sold on Friday, the 15th day of December, 1905, to pay the delinquent assess ment, togetherVith costs of advertising and ex penses of sale. By order or the Board of Direc tors. ' W. H. SCOTT, Secretary. Office—Dayton, Lyor. county, Nevada. Graded Cattle for Sale 19 Head of Holstein^Durham 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 Durhams) For further particulars regard ing this bargain lot, call on or ad dress JOHN McVICAR, Smith, Nevada. iw. N. WOOD ♦ PRACTICAL ASSAYER I Ybbington, - Nevada. «* t GoldandSilvej.fi. Copper, f 1.50 !’ T Lead, fi.50. H. PILKINCTON, LL. ATTORNEY AND COONSELLOR-AT-LaI Notary Public ▲ .. Office—Virginia Street, Craig’s Addition ♦ ' ’ Yerington, Nevada. 7 A WITCH'S Mysterious Hallowe'en Ball -Will be given In the Owl Hall, Yerington, Hallowe’en Night, October 31st, 1905. ADMISSION, 50 CTS. EACH. Supper will be served in Witch's Den Ladies are Requested to Dress at 50 cts. a plate. in Black or White. <3- IE 3VL SHAVING PARLORS AND BATHS MAIN STREET, • YERINGTON. WMtacre & Boscl, PROPRIETORS. Halrcuttlng. Shaving and Shampooing Artistically Accomplished. Agency tor the Reno Steam Laundry. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Cares all Coughs, asS sepsis Colds from the system by gently sieving the bowels. W. GGRUBER PROPRIETOR OF THE Mel Meat Market, UPPER MAIN STREET, Yerington, Nevada. Wholesale anil Retail Dealer in Beef, Boric, Mutton, Lard, Home-Cured Bacon and Hams, Sausages of all Hinds. LARGEST, FINEST QUARTERS IN SAN FRANCISCO Residence Location, Away from Noise, Strife and Temptations of the City metropolitan Business College. 925 Golden Gate Ave„ San Francisco, Cal, ALIVE, COMPLETE, THOROUGH. Positions for Every Graduate, If Desired. Reference is made to our students and graduates, write tor circular j nvn. SEGAL i Is receiving a Select Line of FALL AND WINTER GOODS <* 5 Ladies' Winter Night Robes, Hoods, Caps, Shawls, Etc., f Ladies’ and Gent's Winter Footwear, Gloves and Mittens. | Always a Complete Line of Fresh and Choice Groceris. E. R. LAM Carries the Finest Line of Fancy Groceries X in Yerington X An Elegant Eineof Fall and Winter f«ooda for Eadiea and Oenta now arriving. HOLIDAY GOOD A LITTLE LATER ON. Call and See the Continental Tailor’s New Samples. We Fit tou J. C. Gallagher I carry tke largest aad ml select llae af Stake aad Faacy Groceries k Yerkg taa. also a fke Ike of Totaccos, Cigars aad Soaker's Goods. Dealer in General Merchandise. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Drygoods, Etc. Also Carries a Full Line of Hardware, Nails, Agricultural Implements. M. E. Wilson. Pres. J, I. Wilson. Vice Pres. Gbo Pli mmkk. Cashier The Lyon County Bank . YERINGTON, NEVADA=_ Capital, $50,000, -U » Webster, <;'nKAPlummer I. I Wilson. r ( P O. Mlcltney. M E. Wllabn. 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 operation 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. 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