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Lyon County Times.
Yol. XLYII. Yerington, Nevada, Saturday, December 30, 1905. No. 52. LYON COUNTY TIMES. Published every Saturday morning by Eoitor and Proprietor tbims: One Year.....$ j.oo Sis Months. 1.75 Single Copies.10 All subscriptions must be paid in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Halted States tteveraaieBt President...Theodore Roosevelt Secretary of State.John Hay Secretary of Treasury..•.John W. Shaw Secretary of War. Wo. H. Tafft, Secretary of Navy.Paul Morton Postmaster General.G. B. Corcelyou Secretary of Interior..Ethan A. Hitchcock Attorney General.Wm. H. Moody Secretary of Agriculture..James Wilson Secretary of Commerce .Victor H. Metcalf Htate of Nevada United States 1 ..F. G. Newlands Senators \.GeorgeS. Nixon Congressman. C. D. VanDuxer Governor.....Joba Sparks Lieutenant Governor. .Lemuel Allen (.A. L. FitxgeraM Judges of Supreme Court <.G. F Talbot (.P. H. Norcross State Treasurer.D. M. Ryan Secretary of State.W. G. Douglass State Controller.S. P. Davis Attorney General .J. G. Sweeney Surveyor General. . E D. Kelley State Printer .Andrew Maute Supt. Public Instruction. .Orvis Ring J M. A Murphy .Peter Breen B. P. Curler I.. .G. S. Brown M S. Bonnifield Lyon County fudge of the District Court.M A Murphy State Senator.J. W. Wilson .. f.A. Gifford Assemblymen j.p A Regan Sheriff and Assessor.D. P. Randall Clerk and Treasurer.D. W. Melarkey Auditor aud Recorder.K. T. Powers District Attorney.John Lothrop Public Administrator . C. C Braun (<unex. team)... ..C. C. Turner Commissioners (long term).T. I. A. Flaws ((shortterm)_ F. L. 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How the California State Board of Trade Considers Propose tion to Give Interstate Commission the Power. ! The California State Board of Trade has adopted the following preamble and resolution in oppo sition to conferring the power of rate-making on the Interstate Com merce Commission: The California State Board of Trade hereby expresses its un qualified opposition to the policy of conferring upon the Interstate Commerce Commission the power to regulate rates of transportation upon interstate commerce carried by the railroads of the United States. The conferring of such power would, in the opinion of this body, convert the Interstate Commerce Commission into a board of traffic managers for all the railroads car rying interstate traffic—a policy which would be the equivalent of a merger of such railroads and the extinguishment of every element of competition. It would contravene the national policy crystallized in what is known as the anti-trust law, the provisions of which were so suc cessfully invoked in resisting the merger of the Northern Pacific and the Great Northern Railroads. It would vest the Interstate Commerce Commission with the power to regulate the earning ca pacity of the $i,400,000,000 invest ed in the railroads of the country and by thus constituting that Com mission a potent factor in the trans portation business of the country wouia comer upon me rauroaus the moral right to enter the arena of politics in their corporate ca pacity as a measure of defense against the possible arbitrary and confiscatory exercise of this power. It would engender at once sec tional strife between the different portions of the country as to the measure of protection which this power of regulation might be in voked to confer upon the" various sections—a contest in which the newer and more sparsely settled regions of the United States would suffer by reason of the overmaster ing political power of the popu lous centers, and front this source of danger the products of Califor nia are especially menaced. The export commerce in the green citrus and deciduous fruits, the dried and cured fruits, the veg etables, the wine and the lumber products of California must be car ried an average distance of over two thousand five hundred miles to reach their center of distribution in the United States. These pro ducts compete with like Eastern products which are carried an aver age distance of less than two hun dred and fifty miles. Owing to the disparity in volume between the east-bound and west-bound traffic, the railroads have heretofore car ried the products of California the distance noted and delivered them in Eastern markets at a rate that has enabled them to successfully compete with like products in the freight movement of which but one-tenth of the distance has been covered. That this fostering policy, refer able to the existing conditions of traffic, would be continued under a political control and direction of freight distribution in the United States is not even probable. In view of these objections, Be it resolved by this board, that the Senators and Representatives in Congress from the State of Cali fornia be requested to exercise their influence and cast their votes against the policy of conferring upon the Interstate Commerce Commission the power to fix the rates of transportation on the in terstate commerce of this country. New Idea Women’s Magazine tor Jaaoary, The New Idea Women’s Maga zine for January has as frontis piece a drawing showing a citcle of friends seeing the old year out in the Scotch way—with hands clasped they sing “Auld Lang Syne.” as the hands of the clock point to midnight. "The Apothe osis of Philippines” is a brightly humorous dog story by Margaret Wagenhals; “A Debt of Gratitude” by Cecil Deene shows how a young girl does not like to be wooed; and "McAlpin Brothers” by Anne O’Hagan is the love story of two old men. The articles in the number are as follows, their titles giving a clue to their con tents: “Garments for Elderly women,” "A Vexed Question; Car peting a House on a Small Allow ance;” “The Season’s Evening Wraps;” “Simple Desserts;” “Pot Making at Home;” “The First American Hymn Book;” “An Is land of Holland;” “The Use of Vanitv in Business;’’ “Social Por traits: in. Dolly Madison and Washington Society in the First Quarter of the Last Century;” “Making and Finishing Sleeves:” “Cake-Making Simplified: n. Mix ing the Ingredients;” “German Christmas Cakes;” "Entertaining Children in Winter;” “Violets as Royal Baking Powder is made of Grape Cream of Tartar* Absolutely Pure. Makes the food more Wholesome and Delicious. Yerington Creamery Company —---— MANUFACTURERS OF - Superior Creamery Butter. Creamery located Two Miles Address all Communications to South of Yerington. Yerington Creamery Co. Money Makers.” The children’s pages and the book notes are both fully illustrated and as interesting as usual. Nicholas Prater, one of Virginia City’s well known business men claims to have been blackmailed last week. He says he was in vited into the rear room of the Cap itol saloon by a Mrs. Nelson, wife of the proprietor of the place, and soon Nelson appeared with a gun and induced Prater to cancel a mortgage he held on the place and pony up $500 in cash. There are others in Virginia City, it is said, who have run against the same kind of a game, and there will, no doubt, be an investigation of the matter by the officials. DELINQUENT TAX LIST OF LYON COUNTY. Office of the County Treasurer ) of Lyon County. > Dayton, Nev., Dec. n, 1905.) Notice is hereby given to the following per sons or to the owners or claimants to the real estate and improvements thereon, or improve ments when assessed separately, herein describ ed, known or unknown, that in accordance with law, each of the following described pieces or parcels of property will be sold at public auction at the court house door, town and county afore said, on January 15, 1906, to pay delinquent tax es and costs against the same, unless said taxes, penalties and costs arc paid to me before said date: Charles, A.—Cabin and lot on east side Dayton road, lower Silver City, $50. Tax and delin quency, $1.16. Clark, L. C.—U. S. title to 360 acres laud, $750. Tax and delinquency, $13.30. Mack, Annie—Those certain lots, pieces or par cel of land in the town of Dayton. Nevada, first beginning at a point whence the center of the section 23, T. 16 N., R. 21 E-, M. D. B. & M. bears S. 530 30' W. 275 ft., running thence N. 130 W. 3754 ft., thence S. 77° W. 100 ft., thence 130 E. 37H ft., thence N. 770 E- 100 ft., to place of beginning; second, beginning at the N E cor. of the above named lot, which is situated west of the school house, Dayton, and running thence N. 50 ft., thence w. 100 ft., thence southerly 70 ft. to end of NW cor. of above named lot, thence N. 770 E. 100 ft. to place of beginning; third, beginning at the north end of the lot next above named and running thence N. 50 ft., thence W. 100 ft., thence S. 50 ft., thence E. 100 ft. to place of beginning, Dayton, $200. Tax and delinquen cy. $3-52 McLennon, Donald—320 acres patented land Sec. T. 15, Range 24, Mason Valley, $640. Tax and delinquency, $11.26. McLennon, Mrs. Kate—161H acres patented land Sec. T. 15, R. 24, Mason Valley. $323. Tax and delinquency, $5.69. Unknown Owner—U. S. title to E}4 of NWJ4 Sec. 3. Mason Valley, $160. Tax and delin quency, $2.82. Unknown Owner—NEH of SW*4, S*4 of NE« and NEi4 of SE54 of Sec. 33, T. 17 N., R. 22 E-, 160 acres, Carson River, $320. Tax and delin quency, $5.52. Unknown Owner—U. S. title to SWJ4 of SWJ4 Sec. 32, T. 11 N.. R. 23 E., Carson River, $80. Tax and delinquency, $1.41. Unknown Owner—Vacant lot beginning at a point whence the center of Sec. 23, T. 16 N.. Range 21 E- bears S. 130 28' W. 493-8 ft-, and running thence S. 740 45' W. 31., chains, thence N. 30 W 4.74 chains, thence N. 20° E. 2.61 chains, thence S. 84° E. 3.54 chains, thence S. 700 30' K. 2.89 chains, thence N. 88° W. 1.65 chains, thence S. 3.11 chains to place of begin ning, $25. Tax and delinquency, $.44. Daney G. & S. M. Co.—Patented claim, Mam moth lode, survey lot 72, 14 acres, Spring Val ley, $140. Tax and delinquency, $2.46. Chapin, Samuel L — Patented claim upon Irwin No. 1, Chandler lot 46, 6 acres. Silver City, $60. Tax and delinquency, $1.39. DeLong, C. K. et al.—Patented claim, Columbia lode, survey 57, 10 acres, Spring Valley, $100. Tax and delinquency, $1.82. Cromer Milling Co.—Patented claim, Cromer mine, Vein lot 118, 7 acres, Silver City, $70. Tax and delinquency, $1.62. Amazon Con. Mining Co.—Patented claim, Boli var lode, survey lot 114, 7 acres, 1 mile south of Silver City. $70. Tax and delinquency, $1.33. DelRey Silver Mining Co.—Patented claim, Del Rey mine, survey lode i3ot 14 acres, American Ravine, $140. Tax and delinquency, $2.47. Glasgow G. & S. M. Co.—Patented claim, Boli var lode, survey lot 113, 18 acres, south of Sil ver City, $180. Tax and delinquency, $3.17. West Rapidan G. & S. M. Co.—Patented claim, Rock Point lode, survey lot 40, 14 acres, Como, $140. Tax and delinquency, $2.47. Mooney and Whitman—Mooney and Whitman mine, lot 90, 7 acres, Spring Valley, $70. Tax and delinquency. $1.24. Columbia Mining Co.—Patented claim, Columbia lode, lot 85, $70. Tax and delinquency, $1.24. Carson Mining Co —Patented claim, Carson lode, lot fio, 21 acres, Spring Valley, $210. Tax and delinquency, $3.70. Silver Central Con. Mining Co.—Patented claim, Silver Central lode, lot 94, 15 acres, Spring Val ley . $150. Tax and delinquency, $2.64. Union G. & S. M. Co.—Patented claim, Rappa hannock lode, lot 33, 5 acres, Como, $50. Tax and delinquency, $.88. Irwin Mining Co.—Patented claim, Irwin No. 2 North lode, survey lot 44, 24 acres, $240. Tax and delinquency, $4 23. Rapidan G. & S. M. Co. Claims—Patented claim, Rapidan lode, survey lot 40, 6 acres, Como, $60. Tax and delinquency, $1.06. Fitzpatrick, T. F.—Jew Ranch, 240 acres partly fenced, Churchill Canyon. $300. Mason Vaf-1 ley. Tax and delinquency, $4.18. Powell, Harry—One-half Jew Ranch, 240 acres, Churchill Canyon. Mason Valley. Tax and delinquency, $4.18. And you and each or you. known or unknown, are hereby notified that unless payment of said taxes, delinquency and costs shall l>e made to me before the 13th day of January. 1906. the above described property will be sold on Monday, Jan uary 13. 1906. at 2 o'clock p. in. to pay the afore said delinquent t*xes, penalties ana costs; also that ten per cent, on amount of taxes and $2 per name for advertising and $1 per name for Audit or’s certificate, be collected in addition to the original tax; also that said property is subject to redemption within six months from the date of such sale by payment of all said sums, with in-, terest at the rate of three per cent, per month from date of sale until j>aid. I) W. MKI.AKKKY, Treasurer of I«yon County. Nevuda. Dated Dayton, New, Dec. 11. 1903. TW Song * Mm Mb. Bye. bye! 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