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NORTH DOUGLAS COMPANY
MacMasters and MacMasters, of Goldfield, Operating in the Yerington District H. 1). MacMasters, of Goldfield, spent several days in Yerington this week in- ! specting the work being done on the group of copper claims recently acquired here by his firm. A company known as the North Douglas Copper Company has been organized to operate this ground under the superintendency of W. A. Johnson. The company is capitalized for 1,000,000, with the par value of the stock at $1 per share. T. D. Mur phy is President of the company; H. D. MacMasters, Vice President; Walter Jes seke. Secretary, and Thos. H. Condon, Treasurer, and they, with J. D. Mac Masters, constitute the Board of Direct ors. All of these people are of Goldfield and are progressive mining men who do things when they get started, and it does not take them long to start. Mr. MacMasters and Supt. Johnson visited the mine this week, where a shaft has already been dropped to a depth of 50 feet. At this depth a 4-foot ledge of fine carbonate ore has been encountered which will run better than 20 per cent in the red metal. The ore strongly re sembles the carbonate ore of the Lud wig. The air being bad in the shaft a tunnel will lie run to tap this body of ore. This tunnel will be aliout 200 feet in length and will connect with the shaft 100 feet below the surface. An upraise will make of the shaft a communication for air. A contract was let this week Tuesday to run this tunnel, which will give the company about 500 feet of backs in its property. ANOTHER COMPANY FOR YERIN6T0N CAMP The owners of the Copper Mountain group of eight claims in the Yerington copper district, adjoining the domain of the Yerington Copper Company on the south, have organized a company to oper ate the ground and will likely file ar ticles today, says the Salt Lake Herald of last Saturday. The company will be known as the Yerington Copper Mount ain. It is capitalized for the regulation 1,000,000 shares, par $1, with 300,000 shares set aside as a working capital. The company is being organized under the laws of Utah and Salt Lake City will l>e headquarters of the corporation. A. Hauauer, Jr., is named as president; W. H. Tibbals, vice-president; J. H. Turner, secretary and treasurer. The other di rectors are C. D. Rooklidge, Isaac Sparey, Louis A. Mehese anil A. G. Bast. There has been enough work done on the properties to demonstrate that the ledges are rich in copper and that de velopment can he depended upon to make a mine of the same character as the Yerington Copper, which is now conceded to have passed beyond the prospective stage into the mine class. Work is to be inaugurated just as soon as it is possible to marshal a force, get in supplies and establish camp on the ground. The incorporators and officers of the company are all men previously heavily interested in the district and their connection with such propositions as the Mason Valley, Yerington Copper and other big properties of the region, insure a clean-cut, business administra tion of the new company. Bittea by a Spider. Through blood poisoning, caused by a spider bite, John Washington, Bosque ville, Texas, would have lost his leg, which became a mass of running sores, had he not been pursuaded to try Buck len’s Arnica Salve. He writes: “The first application relieved, and four boxes healed all the sores.” Heals every sore. 25c. at G. I. Leavitt & Son’s drug store. WHITE FRONT LODGING HOUSE Mrs. M. E. May has opened the above named lodging house, two doors south of Parker & Ross' butcher shop. Good, clean beds always on hand. Reds can be secured at any hour of night. “They like the taste as well as maple sugar” is what one mother wrote of Ken nedy’s Laxative (containing) Honey and Tar. This modern cough syrup is abso lutely free from any opiate or narcotic, and does not stupefy ox constipate. Con forms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold bv G. I. Leavitt & Son. THE MALACHITE PR0VIN6 GOOD Last week Willard F. Snyder, Colonel Nicholas Treweek and Charles W. Mc Kay, of New York, together with the manager, Grant Snyder, paid a visit to their copper properties in this district — the Yerington Malachite. The Herald, of Salt Lake, says that upon their return to that city Mr. Willard F. Snyder stated that at the Malachite preparations are now under way for the installation of the big compressor plant that has been ordered for the property and, with that installed, development will be resumed on a more extensive scale than ever. In j tunneling and sinking more than 1,500 ; feet of work has already been done on the Malachite group of eleven claims, and Mr. Snyder expressed his opinion of the manner in which the ground is opening up by declaring that he would not think of selling the property for $1,000,000. Thousands of tons of high grade copper ore are already exposed in the property, and the main ledge, which is 22.5 feet wide,has barely been scratched, so to speak. Paralleling and quartering into this vein is another on the property, known as the East vein, that is 50 feet wide and from every opening in which high grade ore has been taken out. The main ledge in this property is the same as that being mined in the Mason Valley Company’s property to the north. The same ledge is figured as running through the McConnell group and on into the Dyer, the property of the Western Ne vada Mining Company. The infant child of Mrs. Ella Wagoner has been quite ill during the week, but is now improving. ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION State Superintendent Ring has re i ceived a communication from President j Roosevelt enclosing the arlx>r day proc I lamation by the chief executive which i follows in full: To the school children of the United States: “Arbor Day (which means simply “Tre^ Day” ) is now observed in every state in our Union —and mainly in the schools. At various times from January to December, but chiefly in this month of April, you give a day or part of a day to special exercises and perhaps to actual tree planting, in recognition of the importance of trees to us as a Na tion. and what they yield in adornment, comfort, and useful products to the communities in which we live. It is well that you should celebrate your Arbor Day thoughtfully, for within your lifetime the Nation’s need of trees will become serious. We of an older generation can get along with what we have, though with growing hardship; but in your full manhood and woman hood you will want what nature once so bountifully supplied and man so thought lessly destroyed; and because of that want you will reproach us, not for what we have used, but for what we have wasted. For the nation as for the man or woman and the boy or girl, the road to success is the right use of what we have and the improvement of present oppor tunity. If you neglect to prepare your selves now for the duties and responsi bilities which will fall upon you later, if you do not learn the things which you ! will need to know when your school days are over, you will suffer the conse quences. So any nation which in its youth lives only for the day, reaps with out sowing, and consumes without hus banding, must expect the penalty of the prodigal, whose labor could with diffi culty find him the bare means of life. A people without children would face a hopeless future; a country without trees is almost as hopeless; forests w'hich are so used that they cannot renew themselves will soon vanish, and with them all their benefits. A true forest is not merely a storehouse full of wood, but, as it were, a factory of wood, and at the same time a reservoir of water. When you help to preserve our forests or to plant new ones you are acting the part of good citizens. The value of for estry deserves, therefore, to be taught in the schools, which aim to make good citizens of you. If your Arbor Day ex ercises help you to realize what benefits each one of you receives from the forests, and how by your assistance these bene fits may continue, they will serve a good end. Theodore Roosevelt, White House, April 15, 1907. Mothers who give their children Ken nedy’s Laxative (containing) Honey and Tar invariably indorse it. Children like it because the taste is so pleasant. It is the Original Laxative Cough Syrup and is unrivaled for the relief of croup. Gets at the trouble and drives the cold out through the bowels. Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold by G. I. Leavitt & Son. Directory of jVIinipg Companies in the Great Yeringtor? Copper District. YERINGTON RED METAL MIN’D CO Incorporated under the laws of Nevada. Capitalization, 1,000,000; par value of stock $i: 400,000 in treasury. Officers—O A. Dock ha m, President; J. H. Ha ker. Vice President: J, F. Haley, Secretary; E. F. Adams. Treasurer and Manager. Principal office—Room 1 Masonic Temple. Reno. Nevada. Company owns ten claims in the Yerington District situated about three miles east of the i Bluejav mine and the Yerington Copper C0111 pany's ground. and about six miles east of Yer ingtou. Active development work is being pros ecuted on the ground. YERINGTON COPPER CO Incorporated under the laws of I'tah. Capitalization, t.ooo.ooo; par value of stock, $i; \SO,ooo shares in the treasury. Officers—C. N. Strev-ell. President; J. K. Caine, Vice President; C. D. Rooklidge. Secretary; H. P. Clark. Treasurer. Principal office—Hooper Building. Salt I.uke j City. Utah; branch office. Yerington. Company owns fourteeu claims three miles east of Yerington. showing splendidly in copper values. Development work is being prosecuted with an up-to-date equipment consisting of a gasoline hoist, air compressor, pumps, etc. WHEELER 60LD MINES CO Incorporated under the laws of Utah. Capitalization. 500,000; par value of stock, $1. Officers—J. H. Patterson. President; Jos. E. Caine. Vice President; C. I). Rooklidge. Secre tary: H. P. Clark. Treasurer. Principal office—Hooper Building, Salt I.ake City. Ctah; branch office. Yerington. Company owns twelve claims thirty miles southeast of Yerington, in the promising East Walker River gold district. Active development work now being prosecuted on the ground. 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Relieves tndieestion, sour stomach, belching of ras, etc. Prepared by E. O. DeWITT A CO., CHICAGO. McPherson-Sherwood ENGINEERING COMPANY Metallurgists and Mining MINE EXAMINATIONS Ell&fl 11001*5 SURVEYING AND AND REPORTS ® ASSAYING Main Street, Yerington, Nevada WESTERN GAS ENGINE CO. Gasoline Holsts Prompt Shipment from I<os An geles. Air Compressors, Etc. Immediate Shipment from Oak land. MINING SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS WESTERN GAS ENGINE COMPANY P. O. Box, 104. Offlcot 419 Columbia Stroot, Goldfiold, Nov. ROBERT MANNERING, Piano Tuner. Leave orders, Postoffice Box No. 88, Yerington, New Lyon County Breeding Association PRINCE DARNLET NO. 10432 Season commences April 1, 1907; fee for service. >15.00, without return; &25.00 to insure. For further particulars call on or address Robert Holmes or C. A. McLeod, Yerington, Nevada. G. E. LEAVITT. M. I).. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in Mason Valley Drug Store. Main Street. Yerington, Nevada. A. J. WEBSTER, MINING RECORDER OF MASON MINING DISTRICT Office in Gem Barber Shop, Main Street. YerInatM, Nev. F. E. CARPENTER, M. D„ PHYSICIAN k SURGEON GLASSE8 FITTED. Office and Res. Virginia St. Yerington. Telephone Main 151. HOPE LODGE NO. 22, F. & A. M. » Stated communications of Hope Lodge No. 23, F. & A. M., will beheld monthly XX on Saturday night on or preceding the ' ▼ ' full moon, at 7:^0 p. m.. at Leavitt Hall. Yerington. Sojourning Brothers cordially invited to attend. W. N. Aiken, Secretary. EE’S LAXATIVE.^ HONEY-TAR NO POISONS. CONFORMS TO NATIONAL PURS FOOD AND DRUG LAW. The Original Laxative Cough Syrup containing Honey and Tar. An Improvement over all Cough. Lung and Bronchial Remedies. Pleasant to the taste and good alike for young and old. All cough syrups containing opiates constipate the bowels. Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar moves the bowels and contains no opiates. Prepared by PINE-t/LE MEDICINE COMPANY. CHIC/ GO. V. S. A. ALB BY YBRINGTON DRUG COMPANY J. M. 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