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LVON COUNTY TIMES.
Saturday.Nov. 18, 1905. Entered at the Postoffice. Yermgton, Nevada, as second-class mail matter. AItVKRTIMINtt KATKM: Legal advertising, per square.$ 7 Each subsequent insertion. 1 Commercial advertising, per inch per month r Reading notices, per line, first insertion_ Each subsequent insertion, per line. In Memoriam Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, per line. 05 S 8 8 TXMB T. CARSON A COLORADO R. R. TAKING EFFECT IB, 1004. From S F No 2 Iv am ii oo 11 30 12 10.. pm 12 44 Stations llS\ 1 45) Mound House. cT/ftonlllll Port Churchill. .Wahuska lar W 1 37- — 207.... 2 35 - 3 10.... 3 50-- - - 4 50 5 50-... 6 15... 6 53 7 °9 7 *5 \ 7 4 0/ . .Cleaver ... _Mason_ .. Rio Vista. . _Schurs_ .Gillis. ..Hawthorne . ..Hawthorne . ... Kinkead _Luning_ New Boston. .. Sodavilie_ 7 55 8 • 9 20... a m 12 15 1 3 3 4 10 500 It: ar a m 7 00 S°!5 j 5 30 ( _Rhodes. Tonopah Junction .Belleville . .. Junction. .... Candelaria_ . Junction .Basalt.. .Summit. _Benton Hammill ... .. .Laws (Bishop. .Station)_ .Aberdeen .. .Citrus. . Mount Whitney . Keeler_ iff ToS F No 1 4 45 pmar 405 3 20 2 43 * 45 1 I 3° *2 55 12 05 11 jo am ?M*r 8 *5 755 7 35 705 1 650 6 45 6 15 605 5 35 4 55 3 55 325 225 iy 12 a m 11 35 P m 11 05 10 15 IS 8 00 7 20 p m lv All trains daily. 1 Meals. Stages connect at Wabuskn daily for Yerington. daily eacept Sunday lor Smith Valley, and with tri-weekly stage for Pine Grove. Connects at Sodavillc witlrTonopah R . R. Connects at Hawthorne with stage for Bodie. School Report. Following is the report of the Yer ington public school lor the month ending November to, 1905, Miss Clara Kammelkamp Principal, Miss Ida Cooper Asssistant : CHAMMAK DKPAKTHKST. Number ot boys enrolled, 15; num ber ol girls enrolled, 16; total num ber enrolled, 31. Percentage ot at tendance, 03. Honor Roll—Alma Yaillencour, Frank Hansen, Charlie Whiting, Orel Charlebois. Kathleen Hirony ■noua, Lawrence Lam. PH1MAXY DKPAKTMKXT. Number ot boys enrolled, 17; num ber ot girls enrolled, 19; total num ber enrolled, 36. Percentage ot at tendance, 90. Honor Roll -Virginia Hettencourt, Muriel Bernard, Allred Parker, Vic tor Bernard, Alice McDonnell. Maud Hilbun, Kvlyn Snyder, Edna Dillon, Anna Bettencourt, Leslie Welsh, Fay Baker, James Bernard, Clyde Welsh, Roland Snyder, Celia Knie rim. _ Nature Needs Bat Little. Nature needs only a Little Early Riser now and then to keep the bow els clean, the liver active, and the system free from bile, headaches, constipation, etc. The famous little pills “Early Risers” are pleasant in effect and perfect in action. They never gripe or sicken, but tone and strengthen the liver and kidneys. Sold by G. I. Leavitt & Son. Coal Arrives. A carload ot coal arrived at Wa buska this week and is being hauled to the different Yerington residents who ordered it. The coal costs $12 per ton laid down in Yerington and it is thought that at this price even it will prove a much cheaper fuel than wood. Wood now has to be hauled a long distance and cannot be landed here tor leBS than $8 or $9 per cord, and then it has to be cut. A ton ot coal will last nearly twice hs long as a cord ot wood and pro duces a much steadier heat. Buying by Nall. Modern printing methods has made Jewelry buying by mail just as safe as if you were buying at the big city stores. Lichtenstein Bros., 25 Stockton street, San Francisco, Cal., have issued a beautiful catalogue, depicting thousands of Jewelry articles. This book is sent to any address free. Will Erect Cottage. J. W. Logan has purchased a lot on Virginia street and will soon be gin the erection of a modern story and-a-halt cottage. Bock is now be ing hauled for the foundation and the lumber for the structure ordered. Gradually the town is improving, and we predict that next Spring and Summer will see quite a building boom in our little town. Neuralgia Pale*. Rheumatism, lumbago and sciatic pains yield to the penetrating influ ence of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It penetrates to the nerves and bone, and being absorbed into the blood its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body, and effect some wonderful cures. 25c, 50c and $1 at the Mason Valley Drug Store. BRIEF MENTION. —James Tinsley is down from Pinegrove. —Dr. G. G. Kilgour took his de parture Monday. — Mrs. W. R. Hayes is very ill with pneumonia. —K. R. Lam returned irotn San Francisco yesterday. —Mrs. J. D. Collins is still very low with pneumonia. —D. W. McKenzie left tor Ely, White Pine county, Monday. —Ira Wagoner had e sick spell this week, but is now able to be around. — Mrs. Tom Ross and baby left for Tonopah Monday, there to join Mr. Ross. —Vic Bernard was an arrival Thursday from Silver Bow on a visit to his family. —Judge Carter has been laid up tor the past week with his game leg, but is now improving. —Prot. Allen Leavitt and wife drove out from Gold Hill last Friday on a short business visit. —Dr. G. I. Leavitt and wife were up from the Reservation for a few days the first of the week. —Grant, the potato buyer, paid the valley a visit this week and picked up a tew carloads of spuds. —Dr. Krnest Leavitt and wife will be home from San Francisco today, Mrs. Leavitt’s health being much im proved. —Kd Kreisel took his departure this week tor Mount Grant dis trict. where he has some valuable mining prospects. —D. W. Wilson is recovering from his illness. His brother Wm. Wilson was down from Pinegrove last week visiting him. —J. L. Frietas and family took their departure for San Francisco Thursday, after a visit of some weeks with relatives of this valley. —The Yerington Drug Company issued some very neat announce ments this week, calling attention to the opening of its new store today. —Gerge Plummer, who has been cashier of the Lyon County Bank, left for Reno last Saturday to take a position in the Farmers & Merchants Bank. —The average price of copper for the month of October was 16.33 cents per pound, as against 13.II cents per pound for the corresponding month in 1904. —Capt. Tibbetts is expected to ar rive today or tomorrow from Salt Lake, and there may be some mining news of importance to relate in our next issue. —Mrs. Tracy Sweat returned to San Francisco last week, and was accompanied by her nephew, John Baker, who will attend the Metro politan Business College. —Harry Samuel was an arrival from San Francisco last week Fri day, and after a short visit with friends continued on to Lida, where he is engaged in business. —Lucille Gallagher, who stepped on a piece of broken glass some two weeks ago and cut ner foot, after which blood poisoning set in, is now able to be about with the use of crutches. —C. F. Holland returned from San Francisco last Sunday, accompanied by his little daughter, Francis. Mrs. Holland is still quite poorly and will remain for a while at the Pacific Hospital in the city. —Some weeks ago the Timks gave the new town of Mina a little write up. The article lias gone the rounds of the State press and been credited to nearly every paper in the State except the Times. Go to it, you cor morants. Chaage of ftr«. There has been a change of part ners in the Valley Meat Market of this place, Ike Miller having pur chased F. E. Carroll’s interest in the business this week. Tho firm name is now Archer & Miller. Both mem bers of the firm are experienced butchers and meat cutters, and they will continue to conduct the Valley Market as a first class shop, where the choicest meats can be secured at reasonable prices. The new firm ex pects and deserves a fair share of the patronage of the community. A Dlu*trout CalOMlty. It in a disastrous calamity, when you Iohc your health, because indi gestion and constipation have sapped it away. Prompt relief can be had in Dr. King’s New Lite Pills. They build up your digestive organs, and cure headache, dizziness, constipa tion, colic, etc. Guaranteed at Mason Valley drug store; 25c. Mr*. Morrell’* Beauty Parlor*. Mrs. J. C. Harrell has opened beau ty parlors in her residence on Main street and has taken the agency tor the celebrated Oatine Toilet Articles. On Tuesday afternoons ot each week until further notice, Mrs. Harrell will give tree demonstrations to ladies in the use ot these articles, at which time all ladies interested are invited to be present. Hours from 1 to tour. Mrs. Harrell also has tor sale the Charm ot Youth face lotion, and removes all facial blemishes and superfluous hair. Prices tor all ar ticles and services reasonable. Ike Fight We DM Not See. Tuesday night Meder and Graham had a $6o-house in the Owl Hall to witness the Nelson-Britt moving picture fight. As a preliminary they put on a tew comic pictures and they were the clearest and best ever seen here. The pictures ot the crowd at the ringside were being shown, and were as natural as lite, when the machine blew out a gas jet and the show was oft. The break in the machine will cost the boys in the neighborhood of $200 They re funded the money at the door alter dismissing the audience. The con cession for the use of the films ex pires on the 19th inst., but it they can have it extended tor ten or twen ty days they will return to Yering ton so that the people in this vicinity may witness the fight. In connec tion with this item we will state that there is nothing in the enter tainment that ladies cannot witness with all propriety, and that it is bet ter worth a dollar than the other moving picture shows which have visited this place were worth lilty cents. _ for Over Sixty Year* Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup has been used for over sixty years by millions ot mothers for their child ren while teething, with perfect suc cess. It soothes tne child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diar rhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by drug gists in every part ot the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask tor “Mrs. Winslow’s Sooth ing Syrup,” and take on other kind. Here la V. t T. lotereot Jim Twaddle, formerly agent at Wabuska, but now holding an im portant position with the Virginia and Truckee Co., paid Yerington and Wabuska triends, of which he has many, a visit this week. We suspect that his visit was to look after his company's freight interests and set forth the advantages his company can olfer merchants and shippers in the way of better ser vice, and also to size up the Bodie freight proposition and retain it if possible tor his company from Reno to Gardnerville. The contention for this traffic is going to be lively in the near future. We do not blame the V. & T. tor wanting to re tain it, but just the same we should like to see the freight come through Mason Valley for the business it would bring to this section. (very Ounce You Cat. Every ounce of food you eat that fails to digest does a pound of harm. It turns the entire meal into poison. This not only deprives the blood of the necessary tissue-building ma terial, but it poisons it. Kodol Dys pepsia Cure is a perfect digestant. It digests the food regardless of the condition of the stomach. It allows that organ to rest and get strong again. Relieves Belching, Indiges tion, Heart Burn, Sour Stomach, Pal pitation of the Heart, etc. Sold by G. I. Leavitt & Son. Indications of Storm. For the past few days the weather has been cloudy and warm and there are indications of a storm. The In dians predict “heap snow" very soon, but we can tell more about it later on. A storm is greatly needed in this section to clear the atmos phere and lay the dust, and the tann ers are praying tor snow in the mountains so that they may have water for irrigation purposes next season. _ “I Thank The Lord!" cried Hannah Plant, ot I.ittle Rock, Ark., “for the relief I got from Bttck len’s Arnica Salve. It cured ray tearful running sores, which nothing else would heal, and from which I had suffered for 5 years.” It is a mar velous healer tor cuts, burns and wounds. Guaranteed at Mason Val ley drug store; 25c. Quarterly Coaference. The first Quarterly Conference of the Yerington Charge will be held at the Methodist Church on Saturday afternoon, November i8th, at 2:30 o'clock. All the official members are required to be present, and all others interested in church work. On Sunday, November 19, Dr. Van Deventer will preach both morning and evening at the Methodist Church. All are cordially invited to be present at these services. Best UalRieet os Earth. Henry D. Baldwin, Supt. City Water Works, Shullsburg, Wis., writes: "I have tried many kinds of liniment, but I have never re ceived such benefit until I used Bal lard's Snow Liniment for rheuma tism and pains. I think it the best liniment on earth.” 25c, 50c and $1 at the Mason Valley Drug Store. Tamale Parlors aad Bakery. Mrs. W. K. 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. District Coart. Judge Murphy held Court in Day ton on the 15th inst. and transacted the following business: In the matter ot the estate ot F. Paldini, deceased, it was ordered that the 6nal account of the adminis trator be allowed and confirmed and that a decree ot distribution be made. Adam Schock, Frederick Shock and Bernard Antchano, applicants to become citizens ot the United States, were examined and admitted as citi zens. In the matter of the estate ot An gelo Quilict, deceased, it was ordered that the property be sold to satisty the claims against said estate. In the case ot W. N. Aiken vs. Ne vada Con. G. & S. M. Co. it was or dered that H. Pilkington, attorney for defendants, be cited to appear before the Court on November 27, at 10 o’clock to show cause why the no tice ot motion in the above entitled action should not be dismissed. In the case ot J. W. McYicar vs. H. M. Schooley it was ordered that November 27 be set as the date for trial. It was ordered that the grand jury heretotore drawn be discharged and a new grand jury drawn. Deifies* Caaaot be Cared by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear. There is only one way to cure deal ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition ot the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition, hearing will be destroyed for ever; nine cases out ot ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition ot the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send tor cir culars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., T'oledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall’s Family Pills for con stipation. PaM the Death Penalty. The four men who were twice con victed of murdering Jack Welch on a freight train between Winne mucca and Wadsworth over two years ago, Linderman, Gorman, Sev ener and Roberts, paid for their crime with their lives at the State prison yesterday forenoon. Two of them were executed at 10:30 and two at 11:30. They all went to the gal lows bravely, but two showed some weakness. The fate of these men ought to have the effect of checking crime in the State of Nevada, and the State has been in need ot some such example lor some years past. Constipation. Health is absolutely impossible, if constipation be present. Many seri ous cases of liver and kidney com plaint have sprung from neglected constipation. Such a deplorable con dition is unnecessary. There is a cure for it. Herbine will speedily remedy matters. C. A. Lindsay, P. M., Bronson, Fla., writes, Feb. J2, 1902: “Having used Herbine, I find it a fine medicine for constipation.” 50c a bottle at the Mason Valley Drug Store. Rwaway. Whil driving a colt down Main street Thursday afternoon Andy Johnston was thrown out ot his cart in front of the Tin* office by the animal giving a sudden jump. She was caught at the lower end of the street without any harm being done to horse and cart. Andy was somewhat shaken up but not badly hurt. __ Wanted By Chicago wholesale and mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and adjoin ing territory. Salary, $20 and ex penses, paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. No investment or ex perience required. Write at once for full particulars and enclose self addressed envelope. Cooper & Co., 132 Lake St., Chicago, 111. Rumor of Warehouse at Wabuska. A rumor is current that arrange ments have about been made to haul Bodie freight from Wabuska, and that the Nevada & California officials will Boon begin the construction of a warehouse at Wabuska to receive this freight. It is to be hoped that the rumor has a solid foundation. Do not be deceived by counterfeits when you buy Witch Hazel Salve. The name of E. C. DeWitt & Co. is on every box of the genuine. Piles in their worst form will soon pass away it you will apply DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve night and morn ing. Best for Cuts, Burns, Eczema, Boils, Tetter, etc. Sold by G. I. Leavitt & Son. Rabbit Drive. The Piutes in this section are hav ing a big rabbit drive and pow-wow. The little animals are numerous this season and thousands of them are being slaughtered for their meat and pelts. Spragg Mine Bonded. T. B. Gambel while here last week visited the Spragg copper property, which lies a tew miles south ot Yerington, and was so well pleased with the prospect that he secured an option on it tor sixty days Bnd will endeavor to induce parties with cap ital to take hold ot the property and develop it. Somebody told the Reno Gazette man a cock-and-a-bull story about this mine having thousands ot tons ot ore in sight which would go from 15 to 85 per cent, copper, and the poor sucker published it. He ought to know that there in no such mine in existence, or that if there was it would not be lying idle ten minutes. The Spragg mine, how ever, is a very tine prospect, and if the right kind of development work is done on it it stands an exclient chance of opening up as a large pro ducer ot 4 or 5 per cent. ore. Ot course sensational assays can be ob tained trom the Spragg mine as well as other mines in this district. It is hoped that Mr. Gambel may induce men of means to take over the mine. There are tew prospect in this dis trict that look any better for the amount of work done. The Hicks Alaaaac for 1906. The Rev. Irl R. Hicks’ Almanac will not be published tor 1906, but his monthly journal, Word and Works, has been changed into a large and costly magazine, and it will contain his storm and weather forecasts and other astronomical features complete. The November number, now ready, contains the forecasts from January to June, 1906. The January number, ready December 20th, will contain the fore casts from July to December, 1906. The price of this splendid magazine is one dollar a year. See it and you will have it. The November and January numbers, containing the Rev. Irl R. Hicks’ forecasts for the whole year, and more complete than ever, can be had by sending at once twenty-five cents to Word and Works Publishing Co., 2201 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. Work at Overlaad Mine. T. K. McSorley, Superintendent of the Overland mine in Silver City, was a visitor this week. He said the company is sinking a new two com partment shaft on the property and an electric hoist now in transit will be installed. The sinking of a new shaft is necessary to facilitate ore extraction. The Ohio-Tonopah com pany, owners of the Overland, in clude the construction of a large milling plant in its plans. The work of sinking the new shaft is being rushed as rapidly as practicable. From outside reliable sources it is stated that there are over $100,000 worth of ore blocked out in the Overland, or tour times the amount of the price paid for the property.— Virginia Chronicle. Mas’s Unreasonableness is often as great as woman’s. But Thos. S. Austin, Mgr. of the “Re publican,” of Leavenworth, Ind., was not unreasonable, when he re fused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife, tor female trouble. “In stead,” he says, “we concluded to try Klectric Bitters. My wife was then so sick, she could hardly leave her bed, and five (5) physicians had tailed to relieve her. After taking Klectric Bitters, she was perfectly cured, and can now perform all her household duties.” Guaranteed by Mason Valley Drug Store, price 50c. Warning to Nog Owner*. I hereby give warning to parties who allow their hogs to run at large and enter my premises, that it the practice is continued I will impound said hogs and prosecute the owners according to law. Ai.bkbt Iso la, Lessee of the H. Sefton ranch. A Liquid Cold Cure. A Cough Syrup which drives a cold out of the system by acting as a cathartic on the bowels is offered in Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar. Clears the throat, strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes. The mother’s triend and the children’s favorite. Best tor Croup, Whooping cough, etc. A liquid cold cure and the only Cough Syrup which moves the bowels and works all cold out ot the system. Sold by G. L Leavitt & Son. _ Settle Up. All parties indebted to the firm of Hilbun & Tillery are respectfully re quested to settle their accounts be fore the first of next month. Mr. Tillery expects to leave for the East about that time and the firm has dis solved partnership; hence this notice. l/evivStrau«* ©CO’J' overalls made from selected materials