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Big Reduction On Summer Goods # 25% discount (1-4 off) on Ladies and Chiidrens Ready-to Wear: Every live, up-to-date merchant considers it a business policy not to carry merchan dise over from one season to another It is better to make a big reduction in the price, (in some cases to sell it for less than cost) in order to start the next season with all new merchandise. For above reason, we will give 25% discount (1-4 off) on all LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS LADIES' WHITE DRESSES LADIES' WHITE DRESS SKIRTS CHILDREN'S DRESSES LITTLE BOYS' WASH SUITS These are all goods that you NEED NOW The best always goes first, so come at once and get your share of this saving The Reinhart Co. "HAVE IT" NEVADA STATE FAIR 1913 September II - 21 $5,000 In Speed Purses AT THE AGRICULTURAL PARK, RENO $5,000 In Premiums To be Distributed at the BELLE ISLE PAVILION, RENO For the Best Exhibits of all Kinds Six Days of Entertainment Automobile and Motorcycle Races and many other Special Events For further information apply to Secretary, P. O. Box 516, Reno, Nevada WANT "ADS" BEST DINNER IN TOWN The bot dinner in town i? nerv ed daily, noon and nifcht at the Kim Cafe acroaa the track from th?* Weitcrn Pacific Depot. A trial will convince, advt. SITUATION WANTED SltUATION WANTED? By n Ind? to do hntwwnrk. Cull room 28 Commercial Hotel Advt ELkO CHAPTER No. 11 ' R. A. M. Regular mooting held on FlrRt Tlronwlnjr of <*irh month nt 7:W p m. W. O. Wrioot, II. P. J. 0. notNMITV, Hw:rotn?jr A ELKO LODGE No. 15 A. f A* Mi tttntad ?ommnntrattotn b?ld on ttio Fir?t Tu?mlftjr o# ?r?>pf month a? 7*V> p. m. AH Mm%*t Mamm in ipiod RtAnrtinx Are cordially lirrftod to at tend. B. K. Frisskm,, W. M. J. F. TRiPLwrr. Sncmtary. ELKO STAMPEDE Bucking Horses Wanted We will give $10.00 in cash to the owners of outlaw horses for every time one of our riders is thrown at the BIG STAMPEDE IN ELKO1 September 1st to 3rd, 1913 F eed bills while here at our expense Horses bought at the end of the stampede if they are mean enough and can buck enough Bring in your bucking horses and get a little EASY MONEY G. S. GARCIA RAMSDELL'S . PHOTO GALLERY IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS * * '* 1 ** 1 " ? ? ? - ? Photography is Not a Lost Art Ramsdell is demonstrating that fact every day. As an artist his reputation is grow ing every day. 8 CALL AND INSPECT HIS WORK BREAKFAST SPECIALTIES are here to temtp the poor ap petite, to satisfy the sharp one. Whether you incline to cereals or salt ftish you will find it among our groceries. This store does not de]>end on a few specialties for its reputation. We keep every thing in groceries worth having, ff it's good it's here, you may rest assured. SUTHERLAND & McFARLANE Grocery Phone, 222 Meat Market Phone, 733 Conduct Your Correspondence On Good Stationery Nothing shows refinement-, or the lack of it, like the paper on which you writ? your letters. Be particular about the style, aa well as the quality. We Carry a Full Line of , ? r CRANE'S LINEN LAWN WRITING PAPER and CORRESPONDENCE CARDS IN ALL SHADES C. B. ARMSTRONG Elko, Nevada Expert Watch Repairer Adjuster and re pairer of compli cated move ments, chrono meters, repeaters and chrono graphs. Alt sorts of parlsof move ments made to I order. Our work is prompt and sa t isf actory Our prices are reasonable. . . . Olv* u? ? trial HOWELL, the Watchmaker With The Howell Jewelry Co. CORNER 6th AND RAILROAD STREETS EI.KO, NEVADA Mr R H Mallet ha* generously offered the use of the lots thin side of the hasebnll park free of charge to the Stampede committee for use in enlarging the grounds for the Stampede. Read The Daily Independent BATTLE MOUNTAIN MINE OPTIONED TO TONOPAH MEN Tho Gray Kaglo group of claims, a Well known silver-lead property lying 22 miles southeast of Rattle Mountain and owned by the Hor ton Ranking Company has recently been bonded by Tonopah capital. This property which has been idle for many years, has a large ton nage of ore blocked out, and al though the owners have had many tempting offers for it in the past, it is only recently that they decid ed to let it go, The property is developed by a 1400 foot tunnel, which cut the vein at ? depth of 300 feet. One vein exposed by this tunnel is three feet wide and average* $39 in gold, ?ilver and lead. This ore is ready to be shipped to the smelter; anoth er vein eight feet wide and aver ages about $10 in gold, silver and sums NOW ttK)Y KNOWING HOW To buy, to prepare, and serve GOOD THINGS TO EAT is the reason why you will come again to our restaurant for your suppers, breakfasts, dinners and lunches. There are no secrets about our business. The Cleanly Way We Do Things is what makes 'em so good Busy Bee Restaurant ELKO. NEVADA lead. It Is also exposed by toe tun nel. By concentration the vein is expected to yield n profitabe smelt ing product. The main vrin outcrops contin uously for n distnncc of 2000 ft. On the outer extremities of the property two sets of leasers art taking out shipping ore some of wh;ch assays as high ns $10 In gold alone. ? Tonopnh Bonanza manyThanks This oflieu from the editor down to the "Devil" is under deep and lasting obligations to The Elko Mercantile Co for two big. juicy water melons. Wo took an inter mission this afternoon long enough to polish the Inside of those mel ons. They were fine and Mr Hazel ton was voted "a fellow with a heart as big as a melon." ?uetnsss. ~Mlriui(1y, Mlrmndyt Oltapt Titer's ton automobllAn gone by I'rndjr this Morntn', an' th' chickens atn't boon turned oat Into th' road yttt" ? Jodf*. HOWS THIS? Wo offer One Hundred Dollar* Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be currd by Halls' Catarrh Cure j F J Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio] Wo the undersigned, have known F. J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honor> able in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. National Bank of Commence, To ledo. Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon tha blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by ail druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipaiton TWO CLOUDBURSTS ASSAIL (U1T0 PARTY Caught in a cloudburst in Cot tonwood Canyon about 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, several well ' known mining men narrowly escap ed death. The party consisted of John F Cowan of Salt Lake City, H H Hunter, Karl Olfers and Gus Behm of this city. They were proceeding by auto down .lackson mountain and they were about to cross the canyon they saw a wall of water sweep ing down he gulch. The machine was speeded up and they made their way across just as the flood, carrying with it trees and boulders whirled past. A few moments later and instant death would have doubtlcsi overtaken the entire party. Rain was falling in torrents when the occupants of the auto found shelter. A Uttlc later a second flood came whirling down the canyon. Mr Hunter climbed a cottunwood tree just in time to escape the onruth of water. Mr Cowan sought safety on the hillside, while Mr Olfers and Mr Behm, at the immediate | risk of their lives, ran to the ma chine cranked it up and found safety on a knoll. The party did not arrive in Lovelock until 9 o'clock Thurs day night having been compellrd to repair the road almost the en tire distance. ? Lovelock Miner HCLELLAN BUYS NEW PAPER The Metropolis, the only after noon newspaper in Jacksonville. Fla,. has been sold to George A McClellan of Indianapolis former owner of the Indiana Star League and owner of the Indianpolis Sun. The consideration was $275,000 W It Carter and Kufus A Russell started the paper 26 years ago on a capitol of $1,200 ? I'ub. Auxili ary SOON TO ISSUE PARCELS ORDER Washington, July 28 ? Despite senatorial criticism of the propos ed reduction in parcel post rates and the increase in the size of the packago Tost master general tiurl son today announced he would issue the final orders ut once putting the ehange in effect August 16. The annoucement c me after the wis dom of making changes had been subjected to u searching reveiw before the Senate postoflice|??om mittee in the presence of the post master general. Chairman Clark of the interstate commerce commission, explaining why the commission had sanctioned the proposed changes said he be lieved the general had ampl# power under the law to make the changes "I am convinced that postoffice departments ought to, can, and will carry packages up to 100 pounds," he said. hoiTlIrrHs" At the Elko Hotel Frank Dons, North; Pete Andre, Chicago; H Raymond, Ogden; D R Kussel, Salt Lake City; W R Rnllin gcr, I amoille. At the Mayer Hotel Mrs Billngs. Tuscarora, luscar ora; Mrs I) Geisleman, Tuicxrora; Emmit Hachman, Tuscarora; W H McMnnus, Salt Lake. Whfit U llf? without? The InA'pend ?ut T