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Vol. XL VII.
Lyon County Times. Yerington, Nevada, Saturday, November 18, 1905. No. 46. LYON COUNTY TIMES. Published every Saturday morning by JP*. W. FAIRBANKS Editor and Proprietor terms: One Year f 3,00 Six Months. 1.75 Single Copies .. .10 All subscriptions must be jwid in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. tnlteri President Secretary of State Secretary of Treasury . Secretary of War Secretary of Navy Postmaster General Secretary of Interior Attorney General Secretary of Agriculture. Secretary of Commerce ■ uvernmeaii Theodore Roosevelt John Hay John W. Shaw Win. 11 Tafft . Paul Morton .G. B Corcelyou Kthan A. Hitchcock j . Win, H. Moody i - James Wilson j Victor II Metcalf Mtate of Nevada United States J. Senators (. Congressman... Governor ... Lieutenant Governor Judges of Supreme Court State Treasurer. Secretary of State State Controller Attorney General . Surveyor General State Printer Supt. Public Instruction District Judges F G. Newlands .George s». Nixon C. 1). VanDuzer John Sparks .Lemuel Allen A I PttVItlld G. F. Talbot . F. H. Norcross I). M Ryan W G. Douglass 8 P Da via J. G. Sweeney K. I) Kelley Andrew Maute Orvis Ring M A Murphy Peter Breen B. F Curler <». s Brown M S Bon mil eld l^yoii Cuiinf) Judge of the District Court State Senator Assemblymen ( Sheriff and Assessor Clerk and Treasurer .D Auditor and Recorder.. District Attorney Pubifc Adminlatratoi ((iint'x team).. Commissioners < (long term) ((short term). M. A Murphy i J.W. Wilson | A. Gifford : F. A Regan 1 I> P. Randall W. Melarkey . FT. Powers John I.othrop C. C. Braun . C. C. Turner T. J. A. Flaws F L. 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Call o« write _ _• > OR IORDAN a CO., 1081 Mirket SI. S F. ( C. E Office i . LEAVITT, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. u Globe Hotel Building, Main St., Yerington. Nevada. E. H. WHITACRE, notary public Office in Gem Tonaorial Parlors, Main St., Yerington. Nevada. THE BODIE FREIGHT PROPOSITION. How Mason Valley Would be Benefited by Having It Come via, Wabuska—About Roads, Etc. The Carson News of a recent date says that ex-Senator Gallagh er, of Lyon county, was in Carson a few days ago and that he in formed the News that the people of that section need have no fear that the “trade of the southern country will be diverted from Car son City." He told the News that “the road from Wabuska is an im possible and impassable one, that heavily laden wagons would mire down before they got a quarter of a mile from the depot,” etc. This is rather a broad criticism of the manner in which the road overseers have spent the taxpay er’s money for the past fifteen or twenty years, and coming from j such a source at such a time may mislead outsiders, and surely leads the people of this valley to be lieve that Mr. Gallagher has some objection to the Bodie traffic com ing through Mason Valley. The Times will concede that the roads in Mason Valley are not the best in the State, and right here we will state that this paper has been roundly cursed and made quite a few enemies in the past few years because it has found fault with different Boards of Com missioner for the manner in which money has been expended on the Wabuska road, as well as other roads in this valley, and it may now occur to some that had some of the suggestions made by the Times been followed this particu lar road would not now’ be in a condition so that anybody could butt in and knock the Bodie traffic off the route on the score of poor roads. Enough money has been spent Special Excursion from Sun Francisco to City of Mexico and Return, Decernber 16,1905. A select party is being organized by the South ern Pacific Company, to leave San Francisco for Mexico City, December 16th, 1905. Train will contain fine vestibuled sleepers and dining car all the way 011 going trip. Time limit will be 60 days, enabling excursionists to make side trips from City of Mexico to points of interest. On return trip, stopovers will be allowed at points on main lines of Mexican Central, Santa Fe or South ern Pacific. An excursion manager will be in charge and make all arrangements. Round trip rate from San Francisco. $80 00 Pullman berth rate to City of Mexico.... 12 00 For further information address Information Bureau, No. 613 Market St.. San Francisco, Cal. Yerington Creamery Company -MANUFACTURERS OF - Superior Creamery Butter. Creamery located Two Miles Address all Communications to South of Yerington. Yerington Creamery Co. on this road in the past fifteen years to have made of it a macad emized road. It is not that kind of a road, hut there is no use of crying over spilled milk. The road can be made an excellent one by putting it on a grade, turnpik ing and graveling it. This would cost considerable money, but when once done the county would have a road which would last for all time with little cost for repairs. Now is the time to construct such a road and continue it on south and west to the Esmeralda county line. Esmeralda county has just completed a new steel bridge over the East Walker River and is now making substantial repairs to the portion of this road which lies within her boundaries. There is Make Your Grocer Give You Guaranteed Cream ol Tarfar Baking Pow gr Alum Baking Pow ders interfere with digestion and are un healthful. Avoid the alum. no doubt that she could be induced to construct the cut-off spoken of in a recent issue of the Times, which would eliminate the Al drich grade, and by turning up Coal Valley make the distance from Wabuska about five miles shorter. Lyon county could well afford to share in the expense of this piece of road work for her gain from the Bodie traffic would be greater than Esmeralda’s. With a road of this kind thert would be no question of which way the freight would go into the Mono county camps as Wabuska would then be even closer to Bo die than is Gardnerville. We know that some of the Bodie busi ness house favor the Mason Val ley route as they know that they ought to get freight over such a route cheaper than any other way. At all times, while considering this matter, the fact should not be lost sight of that the traffic of the southern camps means much for Mason Valley and Lyon county. The teams alone used for hauling would consume considerable hay and grain, and, with good roads to travel over all of the Mono county trade should come this way as this is the natural route into that section from the railroad. It should also be considered that the great section of mining count ry on and adjacent to the East Walker River in showing positive signs of richness, and will in a very short time, no doubt, be call ing for better roods over which to ship machinery and produce in and ore out for reduction. These mining camps will furnish a mark et for Mason Valley hay, grain, potatoes, vegetables, poultry, but ter, eggs, poultry, flour, etc. It is worth making a big effort to get this trade when bad roads—which can easily be made good ones—are the only things in the way. Lyon county could well afford to spend $10,000 in making a good road from Wabuska to the upper end of Mason Valley. The money would return in a short time ten fold in the shape of increased valuation of ptoperty and the increase in business all around. There is no animosity on the part of the Times towards that section of the country which is trying to retain this business. 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