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LYON COUNTY TIMES.
YERINOTON, - NEVADA
Saturday.March 31, 1906.
At the Ludwig.
The Ludwig Copper Mining
Co. has resumed shipping ore to
Tacoma. The company is also
sinking below the water level and
arranging to hoist the water and
confine it in tanks for the purpose
of precipitating the copper in it.
As heretofore stated the water in
this mine carries 1.6 per cent, cop
per. Scrap iron, tin cans, etc.,
will be used to catch this copper.
Orders continue to arrive from
jewelry firms for the rare mala
chite and azurite ore in this mine.
In the near future there will prob
ably be some interesting news to
relate regarding this splendid
property. It is in the hands of
people who have sufficient means
to do anything they see fit with
it, and it is more than likely that
they will see fit to install a large
reduction plant and a railroad to
connect with the Nevada & Cali
fornia.
Will Incorporate.
C. Hunt, of New York, and R.
Belcher, of San Francisco, visited
this section this week for the pur
pose of inspecting the mining
prospects hereabouts. It is their
intention to form a company
which will take in the claims of
John McAllister, Kautman &
Downey, Billy Lee, Fred Barker,
Ira Wagoner, Dau Emerson, Dr.
Chappell and possibly some oth
ers, on Copper Flat, incorporate
and do some systematic develop
ment work on the best looking
claims. It may take a couple of
weeks before the final arrange
ments can be made. Mr. Hunt
took his departure yesterday for
San Francisco and New York on
business connected with this mat
ter.
Another Shipment*
The Aiken Bros, shipped from
their Red Star mine on Copper
Flat, on the 29th inst., another
carload of high grade carbonate
ore to the Peyton Chemical Co.,
of San Francisco. It is expected
that this batch of ore will .run a
little higher than the former car
load shipped. That gave returns
of $1,300 for the carioad—uot such
a bad showing. There is still a
great body of this ore showing up
in the mine as development work
progresses.
New Reservation Store.
K. A. Dyer left yesterday tor Car
son to purohase lumber for a build
ing he will ereot at Schurz. The
building will be for store purposes,
and the business will be started as
soon as the building is completed.
Robert Dyer will be one of the own
ers of the business and A. W. Braun
has received an appointment from
the government as storkceper tor
the new venture and will act as
clerk and general manager of the
business. The new store will prob
ably be in running order inside of a
couple of months.
Pleasant Party.
A very pleasant party was given
at the Miller ranch on Friday even
ing ot last week by the Misses (Jit
lord in honor of their guests, the
Misses St earn, ot Carson, who have
been here on a visit for some days.
Dancing and games were indu lged
in and a sumptuous supper was
served at midnight. About sixty
five people were present and a de
lightful time was had by all present
until the wee sma’ hours Saturday
morning.
Qaartarty Csafarescs.
The quarterly conference will be
held at the Methodist Ceuroh on Sat
urday, April 7, at xyo o’clock. All
the officials are expected to be pres
ent. Dr. Van Deventer will preach
on Sunday, April 8, both morning
and evening. The sacrament of the
Lord's Supper will be administered
after the morning sermon. All are
cordially invited to be present at
these services.
Startling Mortality.
Statistics show startling mortal
ity from appendicitis and peritonitis.
To prevent and cure these awful
diseases, there is just one reliable
remedy, Dr. King’s New Lite Pills.
M. Flannery, of 14 Custom House
Place, Chicago, says: “ They have
no equal tor constipation and bil
liousness." *50 at Mason Valley
Drug Store.
NEW THIS WEEK.
|ALLour?»3i£® SHOES :
lie NOW $3.15 by Mall
The Largest Shoe House iu
the West.
U7B SELL EVERY KIND OF SHOES
7* for Men, Women and Children, BY
MAIL, and Goarantee a Perfect Fit and iat
iafaciicn throughout or refund the money.
Write tor “Catalogue B
fully describing all our
Shoes. Sent FREE
upon request. A
r Style 185.
*3'15 i
As illustrated, a
shoe of faultless
style. Men’s pat
ent Colt Blucher
Oxfords, high
slope toe, spade
extension sole.
Also in tan Rus
sia calfi gun metal calf and vici kid. Also
in button atyle.
A full llue of Miners’ and Ranchers’
Boots and Shoes.
Rosenthal’s t Inc‘|
107*118 KEARNY ST.
8an Francisco, Cal.
OAKS. S.K. — 1
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| MINES |
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J REAL ESTATE S
* Room 7, Home Hotel, *
• Yerington, * Nevada •
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Notice to Creditors.
In the District Court of the First Judicial Dis
trict of the State of Nevada, Lyon County.
In the Matter of the Estate of John M. \
Tailleur, deceased. \
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been duly appointed and qualified by the
District Court of the First Judicial District of
the State of Nevada. Lvon countv. a« Adminis
tratrix of the estate of John M. Tailleur. late of
Lyon county, deceased. All creditors having
claims against said estate are required to file
the same, with proper vouchers attached, with
the Clerk of said Court, within three months of
the first publication and posting ol this notice.
Dated March 17, ivjofi.
LILLIE M. TAILLEUR.
Administratrix of the Estate of John M
Tailleur, deceased.
John Lothrop. Attorney for Administratrix.
I>ry« ii" propara' ions simply devel
op dry catan k: they dry np the secretions,
which adhere to the membrane and decom
pose, caus.rg a fur more serious trouble than
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry.
it- • iohal&rt*, fumes, smokes ami snui s
and use that which cleanses, sootnes at: '
koala. Ely's t'ro&m Palm is ruck c remedy
and will core catarrh or cold in the kind
easily and pleasantly. A tr t sire will he
mailed for 10 cents. All druggists sell tie
> v. s.ze. E'v Th-other*. f>fi Warren St., N.Y.
The iialm cures without pain, does net
irritate or c -.n.re sneezing. It spreads itself
over ..u irritated aid angry surface, reliev
ing immed.ately the painful inflammation.
With 1 i.v’s Cream Item you are armed
against Nasal Catarrh and Hay FeTeT.
iji Nevada Loan and ;
ij! Investment Co. ft
iji SgSr- i:j
;; RENO NEV. fi
! Capital Stock • $100,000 jjj
J W. N. McCwnfck. TrsveNH «r* 1 ]
iji This conip«ny is a strictiv home con- |\
i[l concern compose,! of representative men. |1
iji Mrs. W. D. Davidson.*
V Collector for Vsrin*ton and vicinity. I
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior,
United States Land Office.
Carson City, Nevada.
February 37, 1906.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been filer
in this office by Winfred A. Pray, contestant
against homestead entry No. 802, made Marcl
12, 1904, for SW. Section 12. Township 2<
north. Range 24 K.. by Carl Wischkany. con
testee, in which it is alleged that : There art
no improvements of any kind on the land, thai
no one is living on the land ; that the said Car
Wischkany ever since his said application foi
said land has failed and neglected to live upor
the same or make any improvements whatso
ever upon said land, as is required by the home
stead laws of the United States, said partiei
are hereby notified to appear, respond and offei
evidence touching said allegation at 10 o’clock
a. m. on April 12, 1906, before the Register and
Receiver at the U. S. Land Office at Carson City
Nevada, and that finnl hearing will be held at
said time, date and place before said officers.
The said contestant having, in a proper affi
davit, filed February 10. 19V*. set forth facts
which show that after due diligence, personal
service of this notice cannot be made, it is here
by ordered and directed that such notice be given
by due and proper publication for six consecu
tive weeks.
O. H. GALLUP.
Register.
D. H. HALL.
Receiver.
First insertion. March 3, 1906.
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MAIN STRBBT
! YERINGTON, NEVADA
3. €- ftibtr, Proprietor
THE BEST OF
WINES
LIQUORS
and CIGARS
A .share of the public patronage solicited
and courteous treatment accorded all
MODEL MEAT MARKET
Dillon A Ross, Props.
VPPER MAIN STREET
Yerington "V Nevada
Dealers in
Oboioo Beef, Mutton,
Corned Moats,
Pork, Sausages, Etc.
mill Dyer
| * -DEALER IN
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|; Fresh Vegetables Fruit
j j Nuts Gandy Tobaccos
j: Gents Furnishings Etc
la Ike Sayter Balldlag
;; Mala Street
!: Yerington, • Nevada
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1 DR IORDAN S CO.. IOSI Rtartat SI . S f *
R. D. SMITH. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Residence, t’ppcr Main Street. Office in Yer
ington Drttg Co's. Store. Main Street.
Spicial Attirt.ou Given the En Guimi Fittis
too YOU WANT TO
SELL YOUR FARR LAND
OR STOCK RANCH
It’s easy if you know how. We know how. We are daily re
ceiving inquiries froui the over-crowded East, from people who
want homes in the West. We want them to come to Nevada.
Don’t you? List your property with us let us find you a buyer.
NfWe make a specialty of ranch property. Write to us.
P. O. BOX NO. 533 J. A. Bonham & Son, Reno, Nev. V
WHITE HOUSE
SHOES
For Merv.
E. R. LAM
DEALER IN
General Merchandise
Yerington Nevada
EXCLUSIVE HANDLER OF
THESE SHOES
FOR MASON VALLEY
IHVH. SEGAL
Is receiving a Select Line of
FALL AND WINTER
GOODS
Ladies' Winter Night Robes, Hoods, Caps, Shawls, Etc., ;
Ladies' and Gent's Winter Footwear, Gloves and Mittens.
Always a Complete Line of Fresh and Choice Groceris.
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• ma amt stkct ike Gents' Furnishing Goods,
• et Steele led Feecy _ , r.
• Groceries k Yerkt- Drygoods, ttC.
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J »d semff’s !£>*. Also Carries a Full Line of Hardware, Nails,
• Agricultural Implements.
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''I® J. I. Wilson. Pres. G. W. Webster, Vice Pres F. O. Sticknky, Cashier.
I Lyon County Bank.
| .YERINGTON, NEVADA==
T* Caoital. $100,000, ,c K Mack. Richard Kirman. J. I. Wilson.
ul " i G. W.Webster, G. H. Plummer,
H A General Banking and Exchange Business Transacted
Ip, Interest Paid on Time Deposits
a. Insures Property Against Loss by Fire s
I YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
i Yerington Creamery Company
Y - MANUFACTURERS OF --
! Superior Creamery Butter.
! Creamery located Two Miles Address all Communications to
South of Yerington. Yerington Creamery Co.
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I NEW HOME I
1 HOTEL 1
C. E. HILBUN
Proprietor
Main Stxeet - Yexington. Nkv.
A Strictly Home Hotel Where am
Excellent Meal and a Comfortable
Room can be Secured by Transient
or Regular Customer;)
NO CHINESE EMPLOYED
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*■ Yerington *
Drug Company
When in need of Patant
Medicines, Drugs, Toilet
Articles, Etc., Go to the
New Drug Store. We are
Specialists in these Lines.
Wt Keep a Clean. Fresh
Stock of all these Goods.
H. PILKINGTON, LL. B., t
Attorney and Coi nsellor-at I.a» 4
Notary Pirlic a
Virginia Street, Craig's Addition ♦
Yerington. Nevada J

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