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DAILY WEATHER REPORT
United States Department of Agriculture Winnemucca, Nev., Sept. 14, i095. Mean barometer .29.94 inches Maximum temperature .80 degrees Minimum temperature .36 degrees Mean temperature .58 degrees Normal temperature .60 degrees Prevailing wind direction.SW Precipitation .®-"® Minimum temp. Sept. 15.38 degrees J. C. HAYDEN. Tonight fair, warmer; Saturday fair.. McADIE. BACK FROM ELKO COUNTY. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart of Wil low Point returned from E:ko county the other day, where they have been spending the last four months in Mr. Stewart's sheep camps. They came down from Willow Point last even ng and reg'stered at the Winnemucca and left this morning for Willow Point with a load of supplies. They came down with their daughter, Mrs. E.iza Lowell of Sacramento, who has been visiting her parents for several days. Mr. Stew art reports the range country as exceed ingly dry, but h's sheep are looking well and will come in from the summer range all mutton. A pretty new stock pattern in dishes to select from at The People s Store. , 9-7-lw EXCURSION RATES TO LEWIS AND CLARK EXPOSITION VIA SOUTH ERN PACIFIC. From KATE Wells. Nev .. Elko, Nev.46 70 Palisade, Nev. ...'.. K-10 Battle Mountain, Nev. 41.60 Wlnnemucca, Nev.38160 Lovelock. Nev.3486 Hazen, Nev.*2,4a Reno, Nev. •i0-U0 Tickets limited to ten days to mtkv round trip with continuous passage In each direction, and only good on train No. 3, allowing passengers »o connect with train No. 12 dal y at Davis, Cal. Twenty-one day round trip tickets wii* be sold on payment of 35.00. In excess of above rates, going D«P same co,,dU tions with stopovers allowed returning. Eleven days’ extension ^ HI be madt on these tickets at Portland on payment of 35, and twenty days on rayment oi 319. Excursionists can avail themselves of steamer ride, Portland to Sun Francisco, on payment of 32.00 at the former point. Sixty-day round trip tickets, al.owing stopover, will be sold at all points In Ne vada up to September 30th, going via Sacramento and returning via Sa t Laka City, Utah, or vice versa, at rate of 3a1 For further information app y to Agmt Southern Pacitlc Co., or to A. H RISING. Acting D. F. &. P. A.. So. Pac. Co.. 7-3-9-20 R^no, Nflv. CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY AIDS NATURE. Medicines that aid natur are always most effectual. Chamberlains ^ough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays me cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectora tion, opens the secretions and aids na ture in restoring the system to a healthy condition. It is famous for its cures over a large part of the civilized world. Thousands have testided to Us superior excellence. It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumo nia. For sale by the Eagle Drug and •Jewelry Co. THREE jukuuo Oi Cholera Mormua with One bmah 3>ct tle of Chamberlain s Colic, t’hueta and Diarrhoea Remedy. Mr. Q. W. Fowler of Hightower, A'a., relates an experience he had wm'e serv ing on a petit Jury In a murder cube at Edwards vil.e. county seat of Clol»>urne county, Alabama. He says: "Whl'e 1 ate some fresh meat and some house meat and It gave me cholera morbus in a very severe form, I was ’Uver more sick in my life and sent to the drug store for a certain cholera mixture, but the druggist sent me a bottle of t ham berlatn's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy instead, saying that he had what I sent for, but this medicine was so much better he would rather send It to me In the tlx I was in. I took one dose of it and was bf*ter In live min utes. The second dose cured me entire ly. Two fellow Jurors were afflicted in the same manner and one 25-cent bottle cured the three of ua.” For sale by the Eagle Drug and Jewelry Co. Notice to Water Consumers street sprinkling is strictly PROHIBITED—On account of the ex treme scarcity of water. While the Company does not object to your keeping your sidewa ka wet, they must Insist that this order be strictly obeyed, and any one violating this rule will have their water rate raised with out notice. WINNEMUCCA WATER & LIGHT CO. 8-4-tf By W. L. AKIN. Supt. !_iKE FINDING MONEY. Finding health Is like finding money— so think those who are sick. When you have a cough, cold, sore throat or chest irritation, better act promptly like W. C. Barber, of Sandy Level, Va. He says: ‘ I had a terrible chest troube, caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs; but, after finding no relief in other remedies, I was cured by Dr. King s New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.” Greatest sale of any cough cr lung medicine in the world. At the Kagie Drug and Jewelry Co.'s drug store; 30c and Jl.QQ; guaranteed. Trial bottle free. _ _ .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Fifth Judicial District Court ot the State of Nevada, in and for the County of Humboldt. In the matter ol the estate of (Rev.) Chas. E. Burns, deceased. Notice is hereby given that on the 25th day of August, 1905, the undei signed was duly appointed and qualiiied by th ' Fifth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada in and for the County ' of Humboldt, as administrator of the I estate of Chas. E. Burns, deceased, late ' of said county, that all persons having c.aims against the said estate are r*«* i quired to lile the same, with the propel ! vouchers and statutory affidavits attach I ed, witn the Clerk of the Court within forty days from the first publication ol J this notice. THOMAS V. HUBGAN. Dated August 25th, 1905. First publication Aug. 25, 1905. 8-25-iw In the Fifth Judicia. District Court of the Stale of Nevada, in and for tht County of Humboldt. Marshall U. ! Smith, Plaintiff, vs. W. M. Graves, i Ohio C. Barber, A. VV. Gilman, A. R. Hudson, E. B. Henderson ar. J Otto | M.ears, copartners under the firm name and sty e of Go den Eagle Mines, Di ! fendants. Action brougiit in the Fifth judicial District Court of the State of NevaJa, I in and for the County of Humboldt, and j the Complaint fiicd in the office of "ie ! C erk of said Fifth Judicial D.strict ! Court on the 3rd day of August, A. 1>. j 1905. The State of Nevada sends greeting to \V. M. Graves, Ohio C. Barber, A. W. Gilman, A. B. Hudson, B. B. Henderson unu Otto Mears, the above-named De j fendants. Y*»u are nereuy ie*iu**«\* ™ — — | an action broug..t against you by the ; above-named plaintiu, Marshall U. 1 Smith, in tlie Fifth Judicial District 1 for the County ol Hunibo dt, and to ac j swer tlie Comp alnt tiled therein with the Clerk of said Court within ten days (ex I ciusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this Summons, if serv ed within this County; or, if served out of this County but In this Judicial Dis trict. within twenty days; otherwise, within forty days, or Judgment by ue ! fault wi l be taken against you, accord : ing to the prayer of said Comp alnt. Said action is brought to recover judg ment against you fot the sum of »3u5.t>0, ' for services rendered to you by the plaintiff at your request, as a manager and superintendent, in and about your mines and mining business, at Humboldt j County, Nevada, between the 31st day of March, 1905, and the 9th day of May, j 1905; and also for monies paid out by the : plaintiff, at your request, between the , 31st day of March, 1905, und the 9th day ! of May, 1905, for your use and benefit, i together with the costs of this action. Ail of which wi 1 more fully appear by reference to said Complaint, a certified copy of which accompanies this Sum moils, and is made a part hereof. And you are hereby notified that if you j fall to appear and answer said Com plaint as above required, said plaintiff will take Judgment against you for the said sum of $305.30, and costs. Glvsn under my hand and the seal of the Fifth Judicial District Court of ths Stats of Nevada, County of Humboldt, thin 3rd day of August, A. D. 1906. (Seal) GEO. O. HILL Clerk. (Endorsed). In the Fifth Judicial Dis trict Court of the State of Nevada, In and for the County of Humboldt. Mar shall r. Smith, Plaintiff, vs. W. M. Graves et al., Defendants. Summons. H. Warren, Attorney for Plaintiff. First publication August 4. 8-4-6w ARE YOU GOING TO THS LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR? Reserve hotel accommodations thrsugk the Southern Pr dfle. Owing to the great number of people going io Portland, Ore., to attend itae Lewis nnd Clark Exposition, you abouid make arrangements for hotel accommo dations In advance. The Portland Ser vice Co. will make such reservation for you and your family If given ten days notiee prior to departure from your home, charging a fee of 31.00. You can Mins be assured of good accommoda tions upon your arrival. For fuither partlculars write to A . H. RISING, Acting D. F. & P. A.. So. Pac. Co.. Reno, Nev. Iii tin- Justice’*Court of Union Township, County of Humboldt, State of Nevada. Fred H. Kogan, l'lai itift'. vs. George E. Washburn, De fendin' . SUMMONS. The State .if Nevada sends greeting to George j K. Washburn, the above-named Defendant. You ar*. h reby summoned to appear baforo me, at my o ice in VVinnemueea, in the County of Humboldt, Nevada, on the 18th day of Sep U mber v. D UK)-, at 10o'clock A. M., in an ac tion brought against you by said Plaintiff to answer the complaint of the above-named Plaintiff. Said 11 lion is brougnt to recover Judgment against you for the sum i t $225.8.1, with interest there n from July 81, i'.KJ , (or work and labor performed by the plaintiff for the defendant, ut the defendant's request, between the Hist day of October, 1904, and the first day of January, 190ft, j and also for work and labor performed for the defendant by the plaintiff',£at the request of the defendant, 1 etween the 8V«t day of December, 1901, and the 29th day of July, 1905, as more fully appeal s by the complaint on tile herein to which you are referred, or Judgment w ill he taken against you for the said amount, togeth er with costs ol this suit if you fail to Hppear and answer. To the Sheriff'or any Constable of said Coun ty, Greeting; Make legal service and due return hereof. Given under my hand this JhstJ day of July, j A. D. 19(>'v C. E. ROBINS, A Justice of the Peace for said Towmhip. I,. G. Wilson and li. Warren. Attorney or Plaintiff. First publication August 1st, J9C.V 8-1-tiw rF. N. MuikP Dealer In Coal and General Transfer Business I Light and Heavy Hauling at Reasonable Rates - - - Planoo Moved With Car*. L -I C Van Volkenburg I RELIABLE ASSAYS | Prompt Returns on Samples by ] MaK •‘s- Express. j Gold and S’./er Assay .. $1.00 * > Copper. .. $100 < ; LeaQ ... $100 5 : CARSON ASSAY OFFICE ) Carson, Nevaflp J Humboldt Soda and Bottling Works and Depot House Saloon G. A. KRENKLE, Prop. Manufacturer of Plain Soda, Cream Soda, Sarsaparilla, Ginger A le A 1 pie Ci*'er. Grange Cider, Waukesha Mineral Water. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION i mmmmmmmmmmmmm tmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmrntmmmmmmmm I " 4 i Fashion Livery, Feed and Sale Stable special Attention Paid to Tran slant Custom and Freight Teams HORSES KEPT BY THE DAT. WEEK OR MONTH. CAR BEDDING AND STOC K SHIPPING A SPECIALTY Extra Quality Coat $11,00 Per Ten Regular Express and Job Wagons are run la Connection with tb« Stable and all orders will Receive Prompt Attention. SUMMERFIELD & PEARCE, Proprietors The Price On every Spring and Summer article in our store has been REDUCED to such low figures that it is to your advantage to investigate. Our very successful season gives us the privilege of making extraordinary offers. The Morris Hofman Co., Inc/ Winnemucca Bottling Works JOHNSON & RAMDOHR, Prop Agents for the Celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Blue Ribbon BEER and the Renowned Tonic Pabst Malt Extract We also carry Export, bottled at tbe brewery. and R^t *1 White and Blue. , Orders from all points for keg and bottled beer r*caiVe prompt attention.