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Jtal A. A wholesome cream of tartar baking powder. Makes the finest, lightest, best flavored biscuit, hot breads, cake and pastry. Alum and alum-phosphate powders are injurious. Do not use them. Examine the label. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., K. V/ YORK. HEINZE ON COPPER Expects to See it Sell at 25 Cents Per Pound Soon. F. Augustus Heinze, at a Boston ban quet, is quoted as saying the following: “The copper situation is exceptionally strong and the present parity of prices is likely to be maintained for an indefi nite period. The normal output of all the large producing properties is being restricted, both by the want of labor and the lack of suitable transportation facili ties. There is also a serious scarcity of fuel throughout all the Western and Northwestern country, which is operat ing to hold in check the full develop ment of all mining properties. If the present methods employed by the rail- ’ road companies to relieve the existing j conditions Hhall fail, it will be pretty hard to say what the effect will be on : the whole copper industry. There is I practically a labor famine now on Tn Montana and Utah. The demand is far in excess of the supply. The extensive railroad building now going on is ser iously retarded by the inability of the roads to get men to do the grading work. All the mining sections would employ many more men than they are doing at present if they could be gotten. The recent extensive development in the Southern Nevada and California fields is accentuating the demand for men to a great degree, and the effect of the same is to reduce the supply available for mines in other districts. I do not anticipate any material in crease in the copper output of the coun try for the current year. Estimates of a 5 per cent increase are, in my opinion, excessive rather than conservative. The actual increase will hardly reach that percentage. Neither do I look for any material increase in output for 1907, if the present phenomenal business pros- : perity shall be maintained, as it seems ! likely to be. I shall not lie at all sur prised if the price of copper reaches 25 cents per pound in the very near future.” Mr. Heinze incidentally spoke of the Davis-Daly proposition, saying: ‘‘I am well satisfied with the progress that is being made on the company’s mines and feel confident that several big producers will be opened up there in due season. I am glad to see the way that the stock is acting and I am pleased, too, to know that the Shareholders are satisfied with the prospects for the property. I see nothing but good ahead for the Davis Daly proposition, and I do not believe that the people who have made invest ments in the stock will have any reason to regret the same.” 'tured of Lung Trouble. ‘‘It is now 11 years since 1 liad a nar row escape from consumption,” writes C. O. Floyd, a leading business man of Ker shaw, S'. C. “I had run down in weight to 135 pounds, and coughing was con stant, both by day and night. Finally I began taking Dr. King’s New Discovery, and continued this for about six months, when my cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight, 170 pounds. Thousands of persons are healed every year. Guar anteed at G. I. Deavitt & Son’s drug store. Price, 50c ■ and $1. Trial bottle free. ALL MINES GOOD No Blanks in the Mason Vah ley Copper District. That there is not an incorporated com pany now within the Yerington copper district without its showing of rich cop per rock, is the remarkable but indisput able statement made to the Tribune last week by Superintendent A. A. Marsal, of the Yerington Copper Company. Mr. Marsal has been in charge of this fine property of Salt Lake talent ever since the organization of the company, and ac companied by D. E. McPherson, of the same company, arrived in Salt Lake last week on company business. Thursday noon President Strevell was the host at the Commercial Club, and all the offi cials of the Yerington Copper Company were the guests at a luncheon in their honor. Those present in addition to President Strevell were Charles D. Rooklidge, Joseph E. Caine, L. R. Mar tineau, S. V. Derrah and the two above * named officials. Mason Valley has a record that few if any Nevada camps can equal, and its loyal supporters are proud of her. Mr. McPherson stated that the Yerington Copper Company owns 13 claims on which are three ledges of prominence. The main ledge upon which the manage ment has centered their efforts so far has been opened up for an enormous length along its strike, and it shows a width of from five to forty feet. The company has hardly had time to do any great amount of deep work, but the lower tun nel has more than confirmed the splendid results obtained along the sur face, this ledge has maintained its rich ness faithfully. The copper values aver age from 4 to 45 per cent. The lower tunnel, which tapped the ledge at a ver tical depth of about 155 feet, demonstra ted the same to be 18 feet in width, with ;j general average of 4 to 5 per cent, red metal. In order to gain a still greater depth upon this resource, the' manage ment has started a shaft on the main ledge at a point stated to be 40 feet wide. At so shallow a level as eight feet from the surface the management found three feet of rock that averages around the high point of 40 per Cent, copper. It is an interesting matter for speculation to estimate the results of depth upon this fine vein. It is the intention of the company to send this shaft immediately to the 300 or 400-foot level, as time will show neces sary, for the sulphide zone is expected to be reached at the former level. Event ually this working will serve to open up the ore bodies at constantly increasing levels, and the coming season will wit ness a great amount of substantial and permanent development work upon tins property. Mr. McPherson will leave for Yerington on Monday, while Mr. Marsal will go to his home in New York before returning to his active duties in the ■camp. Both gentlemen expressed their gratification over the present condition of the whole camp of Mason Y'alley. stating that properties were extremely high and hard to get even by the strong est of talent, which has been converted to the merits of the camp a bit too late in the game.— S. Iy. Herald. Pine Salve Carbolized, acts like a poul tice; highly antiseptic, extensively used for Eczema, for chapped hands and lips, cuts burns. Sold by Yerington Drug Co. HIS OPINION OF NEVADA An English gentleman, with some ac quaintance in this city, made a visit a few weeks ago to Nevada. Returning he met one of his friends who Said: “Well, how is Nevada?” The reply was, “It’s the wonder of the earth. The whole State is roaring like a young earthquake with ex citement. Everybody is either rich or going to be day after tomorrow. No one ever saw such excitement. No one ever saw such confidence. The cold is not minded. The blizzard is not considered. Privations are jokes. All kinds of hard ships are laughed out of existence. The temperature of the whole State is 105%. At 106 the patient dies.”—Salt Lake Telegram. Nearly every person who is subject to attacks from the stomach suffers from a morbid dread of a dietetic treatment for relief, that is three-fourths starvation, and one-fourtli toast and milk. On the other hand you can eat as you please and digest the food by the aid of a good di gestant, thus giving the tired stomach equally as much rest.' Eat what you please and take a little Kodol For Indi gestion after your meals. It digests what you eat. Sold by G. I. Leavitt & Son. Tamale Parlors. You can get nice, hot chicken tamales at any hour, at the parlors of Mrs. W. R. Hayes, on Virginia street. Try them. You can also get fresh bread and dough nuts, pies and cakes baked to order. M. A. No. 1335. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT In the United States I.and Office, at Carson City. Nevada. t> In the matter of the Application for Patent for the Minnesota Copper Code Mining Claim, in an unknown Mining District, Douglas County, Nevada. I - United States Land Office, | Carson City, Nevada, V December 19. 1906. ) Notice is hereby given that Otto Taubert, whose postoffice address is Yerington, Lyon County, Nevada, appearing herein by E. J. Cooper, his uttorrtey-in-fact, whose postoffice ad dress is Yerington, Lyon County, Nevada, and August Taubert, whose postoffice address is also Yerington, Lyon County, Nevada, also appearing herein by E. J. Cooper, his attorney-in-fact, whose postoffice address is Yerington, Lyon County, Nevada, have filed an application for patent for the Minnesota Copper Lode Mining Claim, situated in an unknown Mining District, Douglas County. Nevada, being mineral survey No. 2543 and designated by field notes and official plat on file in this office as a lot in an uusurveyed section in Towuship 14 North, Range 23 East, M. D. 0. & M.. said lot being described as fol lows (the magnetic variation of each course be ing herein noted): Reginning at Cor. No. 1, a pine post 4)4 feet long, 4 ins. square, set i foot in the ground to bed rock in mound of stone, scribed 1—2545. Whence Lie N. W. (?or. of locations bears S. 65° 41' W. 6 feet. The S. E. Corner of Sec. 13. T. 14, N. R. 23 E. M. 1). B. and M. bears N. 82° 14' W - 3641.87 feet. Thence N. 65° 41' E. (needle would not act) 588 feet tq Cor. No. 2 identical with N. E. Cor. of location, a p ue post 4*4 feet long. 4 ins. square, set on the bed rock in mound of stone and scribed 2—2543. Monument No. 11 on County line between Lyon and Douglas counties, bears N. i° 17' W. Thence s>. 180 34' E. (Va. 19° 42' E.) 732.40 ft. to Corner No. 3. identical with monument on east side line of location, a pme post 3)4 feet long, 4 ins. square, set 18 ins. in the ground in mound of stone, scribed 3—2543. Whence point of discov ery bears S. So= to' W. 2SS feet. Thence S. 2° 03'E. (Va. 0° 57' E.) 675 feet to Cor. No. 4. a pine post 4)4 feet long. 4 ins. square, set iS ins. in the ground in a mound of stone, scrilied 4—2543. Whence the S. E corner of lo cation bears S. 2° 113' E. 180.3 feet. Thence S. 65° 41' W. (Va. n‘ 39' E ) 600 feet to Cor No. 5. a pine post 4 feet long. 4 ins. square, set l foot in the ground to bed rock, in mound of stone, scribed 5—2543. Wheuce the S. W. Cor. location bears S. 30 23' W. 59.5 feet. Thence N. U 07' W. (Va. 140 51' E ) 679.63 feet to Cor. No. 6, a pine post 3)4 feet long, 4 ins. square, set 6 ins. in the ground to bed rock in a mound of stone, scribed 6—2543. Whence a loca tion monument bears N. 24° 35' W. 127 feet. Thence N. 183 34' W. (Va. 15° 46' E.) 732.40 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Total and net area.18- 36-100 acres The presumed course ot the lode is northerly and southerly but the deposit is a moss forma tion. The number 01 icet claimed on me ioae is fourteen hundred and nine and fifty-four hun dredths, extending from the north end center to the south end center. The surface ground claimed is two hundred and ninety-four feet in width on the northern end of the center of the lode and on the southern end three hundred feet in width, and varied between the two to conform to the lines of this claim. The uotice of location of said Minnesota Cop per I,ode Mining Clai n sol record in the office of the Recorder o!' D uiglus Couutyy Nevada, iu j Book H, page 196. of .trilling Records and the | amended location 11ui.Cc 111 book H, at page 198, i of said record. Any and all pei- niis claiming adversely the mining ground, win. lisle, premises, or any portion thereof so described, surveyed, platted, and applied for are lu iebv n otified that unless their adverse claims ui e duly filed according to law, and the regulations thereunder, within the time prescribed bv law. with tlie Register of the Uuited States Laud Ottic a: Carson City, in the State of Nevada, they will be barred by the pro visions of the law in such cases made and pro vided. I.OL'IS j. COHN, Register. H. PILKINGTON, Law Attorney for Applicants. Date of first publication Saturday, December 22, 1906. Ten weeks publication. LAXATIVE. HONEYinTAR NO POISONS. CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PURE FOOD AND DRUG LAW. The Original Laxative Cough Syrup containing Honey and Tar. Art Improvement over all Cough. Lung and Bronchial Remedies. Pleasant to the taste and good alike for young and old. AH cough syrups containing opiates constipate the howels. Bee's Laxative Honey ruTrTrob?, bowels and oontclns no opiates. Prepared by PINE-ilLE MEDICINE COMPANY. CHICAGO. U. S. A. |n^'; ~ ' 1 ±5itLTjo 'YERINGTON BROl' AGE <8 INVESTMENT CO. ‘ i INCORPORATED) YERINGTON, t NEVADA I Investments! Investments! j I Mines bought and sold. Mining Companies organized and f financed. Headquarters for WALKER RIVER RESERVA- fe TION Gold, Silver, Lead and Copper Mines. Also some of the | best properties in the famous YERINGTON COPPER ZONE ft listed with us. MASON AND SMITH VALLEY RANCHES. I We will buy or sell you a mine.. See us and tell us your is wants about mines or other property. I ..ADDRESS I H. HIRONYMOUS, President I or I. WALTER HANBY, Secretary g | The OWL CAFE | GUS NYE, Proprietor. Owl Building. —— Yerington. Nev. All the delicacies of the season served at any hour of the day or night at reasonable rates. No Chinese employed in the place Our aim will be to give you what you want to eat, well cooked J. I. Wilson. Pres. G. W. Webster. Vice Pres F. O. Stickney, Cashier. Lyon County Bank. YERINGTON, NEVADA _ , . _ _ _ ( directors: Caoital. $100,000. i C. E. Mack, Richard Kirman. J. I. Wilson. » y' f ( G. W.Webster, G. H. Plummer, A'General Banking and Exchange Business Transacted Interest Paid on Time Deposits Insures Property Against Loss by Eire YOUR PATRONAGE RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED | Stables & Feed| j Corrals. J I Daniels & McAllister, Props, f Corner Main and Bridge | Streets, Yeringtop. I Horses and Rigs to Let at Reasonable J Rates. Stock Fed, Stabled and 1 s Given Best of Care I § H-W. WILiLtlS 8 X Attorney-at-Liaw g g YERINGTON, NEVADA 8 1 ' t Q Practice in all State and Federal Courts g Q and Supreme Court of United States. g 8oOOOOOOOOOOCOCXX)OOOOOCKX)8 THE CLEANSING AMD HEALING CUBE FOR CATARRH it Ely's Cream Balm tm, and pleasant to oae. Contain# no in jurious drug. It la quickly absorbed. ,, jGijrea Belief at once. It Opens and Cleanses _ _ _ ^ _ A^rS.^IX?: COLD 'N HEAD Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Seneea of Taste and Smell. Lar^e 8|zo, 6<j cents at Druggists or bv mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail. BUY BROTHERS, 86 Warren Street, New York. ifwT N. wood! PRACTICAL ASSAYER o <> ► Yhrington. - Nevada. <» !’ Gold and Silver. $i. Copper. $1.50 u ,, heed. 51 50. ,, ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUQH SYRUP KENNEDY’S LAXATIVE HONEY-TAR Bad Clem Blase— aad Beaty Baa at Every Bade, j DELINQUENT TAX LIST OF LYON COUNTY—1906. Office of the County Treasurer ) of Lyon County, > Dayton, Nev.. Dec. 10. 1906. ) Notice is hereby giveu 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, kuowu or unknown, that iu accordance with law each of -4he 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 21st, 1907, to pay delinquent taxes and costs against the same, unless said taxes, penalties and costs are paid to me before said date. Larson, Laura L.. (Estate of).—House and lot on south side of Silver street adjoining Flaws west. Tax and delinquency, $2.48. Kapidan, G. & S. Mg. Co.—Patented claim. Kapidan Lode, suivey lot 40; 6 acres. Tax and delinquency. $1.19. Union, G. & t> Mg. Co.—Patented claim, Rap ahannock Lode, lot 37; 5 acres. Tax and delin quency. 99c. Canstap Lanzac—Patented claim, Lanz-ic Lode, lot 123; 14 acres. Tax and delinquency, ^-77 Silver Central Consolidated Mining Co.—Pat ented claim, Silvef Central Lode, lot 94: 15 acres, % claim, 754 acres. Tux and delinquency, $1.49. Mooney & Whitman.— Mooney 14 Whitman Mine, lot 90; 7 acres. Tux and delinquency, *' \$e*t Rapidan G. & S. Mg. Co.—Patented claim, Rock Point Lode, survey lot 41; 14 acres. Tax and delinquency. $2.78. Gillig, John.—Patented claim, Deiz, survey lot 41: 19 acres. Tax and delinquency, $3.78. Atlantic Consolidated Mining Co.—Patented claim. Pacific Lode, survey lot m; 9 acres. Tax and delinquency, $2.33. Cromer Mining Co —Patented claim, Cromer Mine Vein, lot 118; 7 acres. Tax and delinquen cy, Jl.Sc. Alhambra Mining Co.—Patented claim, Al hambra, survey lot .-6; 15 acres. Tax and delin quency, $2 99. \ Daney G. & S. Mg. Co.—Patented claim. Mam moth Lode, survey lot 72; A claim. 7 acres. Tax and delinquency. $1.38. [ Unknown Owner.—All that piece, parcel and lot of land being and situated at Johnstown, County of Lyon, state of Nevada, containing k'A acres, adjoining the Sacramento Mill site on the east, formerly owned by George S. Elder, and is 11 portion of the S. E. ’A of the S. E. 'A, Sec. U>, Tp. t6. K. 21. E. M. I). B. f4 M. Tax and delin quency. $1.98. Unknown Owner.—Cabin and lot north of ■ lolese Lawson place, silver City. Tax and dc I linquency, J1.90. Hardy. Joe.—Cabin and lot iu Como, 1101 til side Main street. Como. Tax and delinquency, 99c. And you and euch of you, known or unknown, are hereby notified that unless payment of said taxes, delinquencies and costs, shall be made to me before the 21st day of January, 1907, the above described property will lie sold on Mon day, January 21st, 1907, at 2 o’clock p. in., to pay the aloresaid delinquent taxes, penalties and costs; also that 10 per cent 011 amount of taxes ami $2 per name for advertising and $1.00 per name for Auditor’s Certificate, be collected in addition to the original tax; also that said prop erty is subject to redemption within six mouths from the date of such sale by payment of all said sums, with interest at the rale of three per cent per month from date of sale until paid. D. W. MELARKEY, Treasurer of Lyon County. Nevada. Dated Dayton, Nevada, December 10th, 1906. ♦ ♦♦»♦ ♦ eeeeee tf # »# f t H. PILKINGTON, LL. B., t + ATTORNEY AND COVVSEUOR-AT-I.AW 4 * Notary Public « t Office—Virginia .street. Craig's Addition ▼ ^ Yeringtou. Nevada. * Kodol for Dyspepsia Digests what you eat.