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DAILY WEATHER REPORT United States Department of Agriculture Wlnnemucca, Nev., Sept. 19, 1905. Mean barometer .30.10 Inch s Maximum temperature .83 degrees Minimum temperature .35 degrees Mean temperature .69 degrees Normal temperature .59 degrees Prevailing wind direction.SW Precipitation .0.00 Minlmlm temp. Sept. 20.41 degrees - J. C. HAYDEN. Tonight fair; Thursday fair. McADIE. Special sale of Bex Stationery at Diehl's in Up-to-Date building. Smoke damage*1. *t 15c. 8-15-tf STATE UNIVERSITY TROUBLE. Constable Wilson of Reno will v.st the University this week and arrest in the neighborhood of thirty-five young collegians. He charged them with as sault and battery on William Barrett, a freshman in the col.ege, and the ac cused men will appear at the Justice court when warrants are served to an swer to the charge. They have employed Attorney Lcwers to deend them and will fight the case against them. They will probably allege that only a few of the boys assisted in throwing young Barrett into the irrigating ditch. Barrett claims that his tormentors ruined a $35 suit of clothes and a pair of shoes by throwing him in the ditch. He demanded that he be paid tor these cothes and shoes and the hazers agreed to put up the price, according to th> value of the wearing apparel, but r. - fused to pay $30, claiming that the su.t was not worth that much. His mother ft. then swore to the comp'aint charging the junior, senior and sophomore boys of the University with assa.lt and bat tery on her son. The University men claim that ney will be proven innocent and wi.l appear to face the charge. Following are the young men that are to be arrested: J. A. Nadon, L. Louis Spellier, Harry Standerwick. J. M. Spencer, F. L. Peterson, J. D. Leavitt, C. A. Hart. J. M. Exell, A. C. Curran, , VV'. E. Borden. D. H. Updike, J. A. Smiley, VV. J. O'Brien, B. G. McBride, j H. L. Jones, G. E. Hoffman, Hairy j Cazier, F. T. Stewart, VV. R. Sawyer, | R. F. O'Leary, L. C. Lonkey. James j Hart, L. Goldstein, Millo Davidovich, A M. Boyle, A. S. Ham.in, C. Jamison, VV. P. Jones, J. D. Scott, C. C. Tay.or and H. M. Bonnifield. Hew high grade candies—best tn town —at Diehl’s. »-20-tf _ BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Office of the Cierk of Humbo-dt County, Winnemucca, September llih, 1905. • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County Assessor of Humboldt County, Nevada, has completed the tax list or assessment roll for the year A. D. 1905, ; and has duly attached his certificate | thereto and delivered it and the map, j books and all original lists of property j given to him, to the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners; that the Board of County Commissioners wifi meet on Monday, September 18th, 1905, as a Board of Equalization and will hear 1 and determine all complaints made In re- ' gard to the assessed value of any prop- ' erty within said county, and will chang • ! and correct the valuation, either by add ing thereto or deducting therefrom, if they deem the same fixed in the assess- | ment roll either above or below ths tru j value, whether the said sum was fixed by the owner or Assessor; except that in cases where the person complaining of the assessment has refused to g.ve the Assessor his list under oath as re quired by law. In such cases no reduc tion will be made by the Board of Equalization in the assessment made by the Assessor. The Assessment Roll will be kept open for public inspection at the Clerk's office until after the adjourn- i ment of the Board of Equalization. The Board of Equalization will continue *n session from time to time until the busi ness of equalization is disposed of, but sold Board will not sit after the first Monday in October, 1906, except that the Board of Equalization will meet to equalize the Assessment Roll and hear complaints In excepted cases mentioned <u Sec. d3, Statutes of 1891. GEO. O. HILL, Clerk of the Board of County Commis sioners of Humboldt County, Nevada. 9-11-10-2 bilver State ads pay. ■ 11 !»»<■■ < ■"■» ■' ■ « S, ■ —. - EXCURSION RATES TO L.1CWTS AND CLARK EXPOSITION VIA SOUTH EBN PACIFIC. From RATE Wei s. NeT .X8.66 Elko, Nev. O ld Palisade, Nev.44.10 Battls Mountain, Nev.41.60 Wlnnemucca, Nev.S8.I0 Lovelock, Nev.84.86 Hazen, Nev.—.82.45 Reno. Nev. 30.00 Tickets limited to ten days to make round trip with continuous passage In each direction, and only good on train No. 8, allowing passengers to connect with train No. 12 dally at Davis, Cal. Twenty-one day round trip tickets win bo bold on payment of 85.00. In excess of above rates, going trip under same condi tions with stopovers allowed returning. Eleven days’ extension % 111 be mad* on these tickets at Portland on payment of 85 and twenty days on payment ol 816, Excutsionists can avail themselves of steamer ride. Portland to San Francisco, on payment of 82.00 at the former point Sixty-day round trip tickets, allowing stopover, will be sold at all points in Ne vada up to September 30th, going via Sacramento and returning via Sa t Lake City, Utah, or vice versa, at rate of 85' For further information app y to Ag -nt Southern Pacific Co., or to A. H RISING, Acting D. F. & P. A., So. Pac. Co. 7-3-9-20 Reno. Nev NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Fifth Judicial District Court of the Stale 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 35th day of August, 1905, the undersigned was duly appointed and qualified by thn Filth Judicial District Court of the S'.ate of Nevada In and for the County of Humboldt, as administrator of the estate of Chas. E. Burns, deceased, late of said county, that all persons having claims against the said estate are re quired to file the Same, with the proper vouchers and statutory affidavits attach ed, witn the Clerk of the Court within forty days from the first publication of this notice. THOMAS V. HORGAN. Dated August 26th, 1905. First publication Aug. 25. 1905. 8-26-4 w ARE YOU GOING TO rH -0 LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR? Reserve hotel accommodations through the Southern Pf ilfic. Owing to the great number of people going to Portland, Ore., to atteid the Lewis and Clark Exposition, you sh<<u<d make arrangements for hotel accommo dations In advance. The Portland Ser vice Co. will make such reservation for yon and your family If given tan days notice prior to departure from your home, charging a fee of 11.00. Yon can thus be assured of good accommoda tions upon your arrival. For further particulars write to A. H. RISING, Acting D. F. A P. A., So. Pac. Co.. Reno. Nev. NOTICE AND CERTIFICATE OF THU FORMATION AND EXISTENCE OF A PARTNERSHIP. State of Nevada, County of Humboldt— sa. In accordance with an Act of the lev* istature of the State of Nevada, ent1 tled "An Act Requiring Partners Trans acting Business in this State to File Certificate of Partnership, with Names of Each Individual Comprising Ibe Same,” approved February 9, 1887, each of the undersigned and the partnership herein named, hereby certifies: That on the 1st day of September, 1906. the un dersigned formed a partnership under the firm n;rme atd style of “Neth A Evans,” for the purpose of carrying on a butcher business in the town of Win nemucca, County of Humbodt, Stale of Nevada, contributing equally to the cap ital stock of sa.d business and agreeing to share equally the profits and losses ihareof; that all of tha business trans actions of said firm and partnership will be had and done in said partnership name; that tha full names of eaah of the persons interested as partners in said firm and its business are Charles Nath and Reese T. Evans; that the ’ place of residence of said partners is VVinnemucca, Humboldt County, Ne vada. CHARLES NETH. REESE T. EVANS. Dated September 1st, 1906. State af Nevada. County of Humboldt—as. On thia 1st day of September, A. D. 1905, personally appeared before me, James T. Dunn, a Notary Public, in and for said County of Humboldt, Cnarias Neth and Reese T. Evans, each person ally known to me to bo the person, re spectively, described in and who execut- j ed the for< going instrument, who, each of them, acknowledged to that he exe cuted the same freely and voluntarily and for tha uses and purposes therein mentioned. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal j the day and year in this certificate first above written. J. T. DUNN. (Seal) Notary Publio. First publication Sept. 1st, 1906. 9-1-4W N. Muller Dealer In Coal and Genera) Transfer Business Light and Heavy Hauling a> Reasonable Rates - - - Pianos Moved Wnb Cara. — C. Van Volkenburg • r Silver State Ads Pay o* Humboldt Soda and Bottling Works and Depot House Saloon G. A. KRENKLE, Prop. Manufacturer of Plain Sodu, Cream Soda, Sarsaparilla, Ginger A le pie Cider, Orange Cider, Waukesha Mineral Water. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION -—— j! Fashion Livery, Feed and Sale Stable epeelni Attention Paid to Transient Custom and Prslght Teem* HORSES KEPT Btf THE DAT. WEEK OB MONTH. CAR BHDD1NQ AND BTOC K SHIPPING A SPECIALTY Extra Quality Coat $11.00 Per Ton Regular Express and Job Wagons are rua In Conaeetloa «IU tbs •table and nil orders will Hsceiva 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 t« 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 A. RAMOOHR, Prop Agents for the Celebrated Pabst Milwaukee Blue Ribbon BEER and the Renowned Tonic Pabst Malt Extract We also carry Kxjx>rt, bottled at the brewery ai„| ^ed, 4 White and Blue. Orders from all points for keg and bottled beer receive prompt attention.