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Nevada State Journal Newspaper Archives Jan 25 1908, Page 8

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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - January 25, 1908, Reno, NevadaSpecial train brings 126 from Carson City an attentive audience listens with approval to illuminating discourse editor Fairbanks says panic never touched Mason Valley Nev and a St Fife i Bulgin Gates. Revival meeting last night was an unusual one from Many Points of View. The Reno audience was reinforced by 100 visitors from Carson who chartered a special train and came Down Toi attend the revival leaving Reno for their return at Midnight. The lesson for the evening was from Matthew part of the 24th and 25th chapter. The text of the evening s Sermon was watch for be know neither the Day nor the hour when the son of Man or. Started out by explain ing that while a fable True in May be legitimately used to enforce a truth. A parable is some thing True or that May occur and is used to enforce a truth. The parable Ivas used by Jesus. He dwelt at length on the Parabl-3 of the Wise and the foolish virgins. The Wise virgins refused to Divide with the. Of posh. Why Kenan an swered the1 real reason they did not Divide was because they c could not. The Oil represents the Power said the speaker that fits7 you and me to meet the bridegroom. It represents True piety and Christian character. First lesson is the contrast in Char Acter. Five were Wise and Jive fool ish and so throughout every Day life 50 per cent in the Church unprepared for the journey. The whole 10 represent the Church. The trouble with the Church is what the. Speaker denominated protracted in Many were accused of hypo Crisy when the real trouble with them was arrested spiritual development they ceased to delve almost at the outset of their Christian career. Character he said., is revealed by a crisis and Opportunity brings out of men what is in them. He cited the instance of president a Ciciley. Life is the time to build character. Character is a personal and not transferable. The Oil in the. Par Able represented character and Char Acter cannot be divided. Opportunities Tor gaining character will some time close. If the time is allowed to pass unimproved it can never be regained. At the Jose of the Sermon professor Gates rendered the Solo prepare to meet thirteen of those present raised their hands in Token of their desire Ito become christians. The subject for tomorrow night will be some of the reasons men Are for not being christians examined in the Light of reason and god s at Tho close services the 126 visitors from Carson sat to a table bountifully provided with refresh ments. The visitors were under the leadership of Rev. H h. Mccreery of the presbyterian Church of Carson and Rev. . Colegrove of. The methodist Church of the capital City. A striking circumstance in connection with the exodus from. Carson is that when some citizens of that town tried to get up a train Load the other night to attend Tho prize fights they to do it. This sign of the of Carson is Verajr Gratifying to the evangelists they say. Beginning with tomorrow evening and from then of the revival meetings will be held in wheelman Hall. Fred Fairbanks former editor of the Lyon times spent yester Day in Reno. Times in said he in responses to a query. Times in Yerington that wanted to buy were Una seen hints in the papers of a Finan Cial panic and hard times in other places but the people of Yerington did t know anything about it 30 far As their personal affairs Weiric. Our Bank never discontinued paying in Coin and there was no. Scarcity of Money in any respect. The one thing that gave us an indication that Sot Lovely everywhere was the fact that a number of Goldfield and Tonopah people who had made first payments on property inthe Vicinity of Yerington that wanted to buy were Una ble to come through with and and third payments. But that is Over now. Those people got an Extension of time and came through with their payments. It is a Good indication of their opinion of Erin f ton that Many of them sacrificed valuable interests in the Southern Camp to make Good on. Their investments in on this charge Estella Maury is granted a divorce Estella Mallory was yesterday granted a divorce from s. A. Mallory. The suit was brought on the grounds that the defendant had been convicted on a charge of felony. The evidence and affidavits produced yesterday showed that Mallory was arrested at Portland ore., Cember 1905, on a charge of adultery he was found guilty and on february 1906, he was sentenced1 to year in the Oregon state prison. Mallory made no Effort to contest the suit and when the Case was called yesterday judgment was entered by default. Moran an d Glynn were attorneys for Tho plaintiff. Thrilling experience of micha4 Donnelly and Harry Mcewen in Elko county Michael Donnelly and Harry me Ewen two Well known Vaqueros Eastern Nevada Hada thrilling sex Eastern had a thai Ling sex cording to reports brought Here yesterday by Ross Johnson who arrived from Carlin. Donnelly and Mcewen had been rounding up cattle in Huntington and were headed for the Raines ranch when they came upon a Large Mountain lion. The beast a apparently almost Frozen and mad no Itte Jupt to escape Donnelly in a spirit of fun threw his rope at the lion the noose falling Over the animal neck. Mcewen also threw his rope with pie same effect and the nex moment a Royal Between cowboys and the beast was on. Fortunately Donnelly s rope broke and the lion turned upon Mcewen both rider and his horse would have been killed had he not dropped the rope and Rode away to safety. The lion gave Chase for about a Quarter of a mile. Neither Donnelly nor Mcewen were twice on their Way to the Raines ranch they were Caugh in Snow slides and had narrow escapes f of. Death. Thi ten buyer be pits for miss w. Fieke of the Gray Reid Wright company leaves for new York City miss , head of the ladies cloak and suit department of Tho Gray Reid Wright company left thursday night on the flyer for new York City for the purpose of person ally selecting the elegant Stock of women a misses and children s Spring and summer which the big store will prepare for the com ing season. For Eicke the has past several years miss made Semi annual visits the an acrobatic Pup eccentric actions of a Young Drew a crowd of about 100 men women and children to the Vicinity of the. Railroad station ? about 11 o clock. Half the spectators were of the opinion that lie had a fit and the other half expressed great indignation because they believed the animal Hadj been poisoned. Finally he gathered himself together waltzed around the Circle a couple of times and disappeared a Man who claimed to. Know insisted that the animal was a trick which had once been a Star in the Norris Rowe . Circus but left hurriedly to escape being roughly handled by the mob. Final account approved a Nett a of the estate Frank m. Edmonds deceased account of administrator was. Received and approved yesterday. Tuaefe Orr issued an or Ter for the distribution of the property. E. J. Williams was attorney for Cahlan. Mrs. A w. Hand of Virginia City is in town on a visit to her sister mrs. A. T. Moses. J copyright 1907 bar Hart so Hoffher Marx sometimes fat men have a hard time getting clothes that fit so do very tall thin Hien so do Sev eral other sized Little or very Boyish figures such men. Often say ready made clothes won t do for if you re that kind of a any of those sur prise you with our Hart Schaff Ner Marx clothes Well fit you better than you re used to to matter who makes your clothes Well do it for less Money than you think. Possible and you la get the Hart Schaffner Marx All Wool Quality Best clothes you Ever saw or wore m. Frank co. Modern clothiers and haberdashers to the Eastern markets for the. Gray Reid Wright Cimi Pany and the enviable reputation for style Beauty exclusiveness and reliability the big store s ready to Wear department has made for itself among the critical woman dressers of this City proves that Confidence in miss Eicke s ability arid expert judgment is Wall placed. The first of the Early Spring styles will begin to arrive in about two weeks. Bondsman seeks release Charles h. Burke As one of the Bondsmen of Cynthia Ficke adminis Trator of of Fred Ficke de ceased yesterday filed a petition ask ing to be discharged As a Bondsman. In his petition he sets Forth that the administer matrix since being appointed has remarried and that her final account has not been filed for this Rea to be released. New baggage clerk Harry Hertzler has been appointed assistant clerk to baggage master t. R. Biggs of the Union depot and yesterday assumed the duties of his position. Or. Hertzler is a Man of much experience having served 18 years in the business and during that time worked on 14 roads be tween new York anal san Francisco. In from Rosebud j. C. Mahoney a. Prominent business Man of Rosebud arrived Here yester Day and reports the Humboldt county mining Camp As being on the eve of great developments. He predicts great Prosperity for Rosebud and Goldburd the coming season. He leaves to Morrow for Denver where he will spend the balance of the Winter. Coming from Colorado m. C. 6 Donnell Foreman of re pairs on the Southern Pacific Between Sparks and. Has become so infatuated with the advantages of Reno As a residence town that he Hai sent for his family to Pueblo col Orado and they will arrive Here in a Day or two to make their Home in the Riverside town. Beat Roommate my stick judge Bell passes sentence on ungrateful disciple of Justice Frank Bell administered some Swift punishment for infraction of the Law when he sentenced j. Cunningham to serve 30 Days in the county Tail for assaulting f. M. Jenkins with a four by four scantling. Jenkins lives in a Little Cabin third Street at the rear of the Jamison residence and says that allowed Cunningham to share room with him. Relay morning about 3 of clock Cunningham came Hoine and kicked the door in and in the dispute that followed attacked Jenkins with the. Heavy stick of time Ber leaving severe b uses and cuts on his Hajac. A warrant was soon pro ured and yesterday afternoon con stable Peterson found Cunningham bringing him immediately before the ourt where he received his sentence without delay. Lust cum of up on old he his Union bakery has opened at 240 Virginia Street Lor the Sale of the real butter nut read and cakes and All kinds of fancy goods. Phone 1657. J7m Money secured by late con vict Edwards returned to Wacker co. Another Echo of the late prison break at Carson was filed yesterday in the matter of the state of Nevada is. John Edwards. Judge Orr is sued an order directing District at Torney Moran to turn Over the sum of to Wacker company. April 15, 1905, Edwards held up the Oberon Saloon securing considerable Money. When he was captured the sum of 1313.50 was found on him. This Money was used As evidence when Edwards was convicted. It was still in Possession of the authorities when Edwards made his dash for Liberty from the Carson prison. Wacker company have claimed the Money to them. Edwards left no one to claim the Money and on this showing the order for its return to Wacker company was entered. Of visitors depart James Raser manager of the Ger Lach land and livestock company and Fred Gerlach arrived from Cali fornia yesterday morning after an extended visit they leave today for deep Hole where the Gerlach ranch is located. Saturday. Jan.-25.1qnr in i i i i ii i the news from Sparks Ather Laffan s plan to keep Young men out of mischief considered at meeting a general meeting was held last night at the assistant Engineer c. P. A. Fonberg an of the South Ern Pacific which was calved through of father Law and father Horgan. To enlist in Erest in the new club for Young Merf. The meeting was called to order by c. P. A. Lonergan and father Hor Gan was selected As temporary presi 1 Dent with Jess Dorian As Secretary Ather Horgan stated the abject of Tho meeting being to enlist interest in a Lub entirely non sectarian and laying f or its purpose the promotion f healthful port such As baseball Lowling Tennis. And gymnastic work coupled with the betterment of moral conditions by providing a club head quarters at which the Young men of Parks May meet and them elves. The meeting was attended by Many f the prominent citizens of Sparks and mayor Pollock who was present promised to preside at a mass meeting f citizens to be held next Friday at he City Hall to discuss the proposed organization. Board of directors a Board of. Directors was chosen consisting of father Horgan mayor Pollock father inf Fri or. Asch a c. A. Lonergan Jess Dorman master Mechanic Hickey and Charles Smith. The boards has an important work o do in the coming week including he preparation of a Constitution and a Laws the selection of 3. Name for he club and the interesting of the business men the project with the securing of financial backing for the Cheme. The Headquarters for the Lub will be secured at once and it is expected meeting of next riday will be one of the most enthusiastic Ever held air of Parks. Preliminary hearing disposed of before judge Pollock must see attorneys warrants were yesterday issued by judge Pollock for the arrest of George. Molineux and a. L. Minor upon complaints signed by m. J. Hewitt of the Southern Pacific company grow ing out of the disappearance and. Sub sequent cashing of a Check payable to a. Wiss for ?s2.50. The charge placed against the Young men is that of forgery and Tho preliminary examination yester Day before judge Pollock the Cam was continued in order to give the prisoners an Opportunity to engage and counsel. Molineux was one of those who were in the storekeeper s room at the time the Check disappeared and i was strongly suspected from. The first of being the person responsible for the loss of the paper. The identity of the Man who cashed the Check re Mains a matter of doubt As cashier Mulcahy has Only an indistinct recollection of the Man who presented the Check for payment. Money of chm Tom Surj am my a Fob Ituk Uncle Ben 249 Virginia St. Rawhide travel in Comfort to Rawhide in 60 horsepower Thomas automobiles Over or private motor Road. Connecting Ith All trains at Schurz. Arrive at Rawhide. In 9 0 minutes. Cd Tvrz Rawhide Auto. Line filler co. J14w2 a. 6. Patent tee. W. T Tonnu formerly assayer for Western Ore purchasing co. Valentine it Everett amly tical my respectfully solicit All Lamei of assaying and metallurgical analysis. We have the beat equipped office in the state. All work guaranteed. Samples by mall receive prompt attention. J28 n. Center Street. Reno stipulation file cd a stipulation was filed in the District court yesterday allowing the plaintiff in the matter of the City of Reno is. A m. Burn Ell 20 Days additional time in Wlinich to file notice of motion for new trial. stipulation is signed by f. D. King plaintiff and Mack Shoup for the defendant. Settle leaves for few York w. S. Settle of the firm of Mott Settle left for Kew Yort City last night on a buying trip for his firm. He , make a thorough and first class selection of goods for his wide enterprising firm and to do tills expects to he gone about two months. Politicians in contempt Jan. F Morris n the United states District court today sentenced Herman s. Smith a politician of Minneapolis o three months in jail for contempt of court. Smith was recently arrested of a of jury tampering. Of woman loves a Clear Lexion. Burdock blood bitters Puri Lei the blood clears the skin restores health. Official Railroad time table Brno Nevada. Southern Pacific railway effective january 7, 1908. Via Overland route arrive p. M. No. . No. 4 p. M. No. 24 a. M. No. 10 a m. No. 6 . No 208 a. M. No. 1 a. M. No. 3 no. 5 p. M no. 21 except monday. East Boarnd. Overland limited Atlantic express Southern Nevada express fast mail Atlantic express Truckee local westbound Overland limited Pacific express Pacific express Southern Nevada express Truckee local p. M. P. My p. M. A. M. A m. A. M. A p. M. A. M. Virginia Truckee railway eastbound. Virginia leaves a. In. Local p. M. Westbound. San Francisco p. M. Local passenger arrives a. M. Nevada California Oregon railway northbound local leaves a. M. Local passenger p. M. Always again we Are first in announcing a first Spring arrival of Knox stiff hats for Spring 1908 we take great pleasure in the above announcement As we Are thereby enabled to Supply our Many patrons with the newest and Best at As Early a Date As they Are displayed in new York the Knox hat is Al ways the Leader every new style and Block represented come in and see o to Post office smart shop for men there s Money. Lots of it All we want is our part of it. There s a reason for our wanting it. The prices we Are offering should be sufficient reason for our getting it How Ever the result will Tell. On Friday and saturday january 24 and 25 we will sell for Cash solid Staples 1 dozen Good Eastern eggs 1 pkg. Gold dust for__20c for-----------------------25c 5 Doz. Good Eastern eggs sugar . 16 1-2 pounds 8 pounds d. G. Sugar 50c 1 50-Pound sack Utah flour for 1 half Gal can Good table syrup for________35c 1 1-Gal. Can Good table syrup for________65c 1 Gal. Can Maple syrup for_____________60c 1 half Gal. Can syrup roil fancy Creamery butter for________55c ten Pound Box soda crackers for 7 pounds Sweet potatoes for _________25c 7 bars Best laundry soap for___________i25c 1 package Pearline for Loc Best Eastern Ham 12 1-2c per Pound. 1 Box 20 bars swifts Pride soap_______80c 1 half pint bottle imported Worcester Salce 25c 1 one pint bottle Worcester sauce___________40c 2 five can lard for____60c 1 10 Pound can lard 1.20 Best Eastern per pound__________j4c 1 bottle Tomato 2 bottles Tomato Catsup for----------------------35c 1 bottle prepared Mustard for __10c 3 bottles prepared Mustard 1 ring never slip were clothes pins 3 Doz 5c 1 package Crescent flakes same As Force for Loc 1 pint bottle mexican hot for----------------------15c canned goods i can Corn for Loc ii cans Corn for 5 cans tomatoes for__55c 4 1-Pound cans pork and Beans for________25c 1 can French peas for 20c 1 can Eastern peas for Loe 1 can oysters for Loc 1 Large can sliced pineapple for__________30c 1 can imported sardines for_____________10c 1 quart bottle excellent table Claret for_____30c 1 quart bottle Fine old port wine for____i50c 1 quart bottle Superior old Sherry for_______50c quart bottle whisky liquor department 11 cans imported sardines 1 can Domestic sardines for ____5c 1 can minced clams Sun set for_________10c 1. Can Clam chowder Sun set for 1 it. Can Ripe olives for 40c 1 pint can Ripe olives_.25c 1 three Pound can lard 40c Tea and Coffee Rich and Mellow _75c 1 quart bottle4 Brandy sex 5 tra Quality for 2 quart bottles Good Beer for_____________25c 3 quart bottles Shasta water for i--5qc 3-Pound can m. J. B. Mocha and Java Coffee for_____________95c 1 1-Pound can Chase san Orr m j Coffee for 25c 1 5-Pound Box h. 1 5-Pound Box Tea e. B. 1 Pound Good Green Tea for 1 Pound Good e. B. Tea 1 Doz. Fancy Lemons Large and Juicy for_______15c 1 Doz. Nayal oranges of fruit department 3 Doz. Naval Granges 25c 1 Case naval oranges 1 Doz. Bananas for__.35c 5 pounds l. W. Beans 25c 5 pounds Pink Beans 25c 4 pounds Best Japan Rice 1 for _________25c 6 1-2 pounds rolled Oats for s 25c 4 pounds Large prunes 25c Standard Staples 3 pounds Black figs 25c 3 pkg. Seeded raisins 25c 1 2-ounce bottle extract of Lemon for_______15c 1 -2-ounce Bart the extract of Vanilla for_______15c j. R. Bradley company Nevada s biggest grocery hardware store phone 363 no orders taken for delivery after 4 p. M. Tevaga newspaper a news Laferr

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