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From Fridays Dally
OKO DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE
Elko. N't'V., Sept. 18th, 11U3.
E-Htor Elko Independent,
I have been so busy for the pa t
few days that 1 have been unahh
until now to give my version of tlr
Klko Development League contro
ter.' y. ,)Ut is Bs '"Hows:?
In Mr Gray's article in your
issue of September Gth, he f..y.
that h s predecessor made no re
port to him, nor turned over ony cf
the membership application blank,
to, but he was given a list ot the
member with some marked i ail
ar.d that upon investigation ho
found some who were nut so 111 rl
eii had puid one year's dues. I w ?r t
tj ?ay that Ht the time 1 waesu: r
ceded b> Mr. Gray, he >va> at t ;r
son and did not return here u til
the legislature adjoined and th.it
ail the papers of the Leugue,
gether with the membership bl;
arid the I it t of members was tur I
ot*?r by iny-elf to thp First Nati- i ?
al Hark, whose President, Mr.
Kimball, wus also President of the
League. Mr. Kimball was in Silt
Lake at the time and 1 left the
package at the hank with insti
tiun? to give it to hirn when he r
turned, which 1 suppose was <1
and w lien Mr Gray was given tl
list of members, I cannot umi r
stand why the other papers w it
not givjn to him also. Mot kn- .v
ing what li t of members Mr '1
received, I do not know who r j
have bt en marked paid or ott : ?
wise, but I am enclosi ? jou ' >?: '
Treasurer's list of those wh" i
their fees either to hirn or to i
self d iring my term as Secrctar . 1
? a list by the way which was !
ways easy of access to Mr tir ? y . "
and which did not necesbitnti ;>
very strenuous investigation uj r '
his pa't to determine who l:a I p
aii<l who not ? and lest there i <
some doubt in the minds of ?
people of this county as to whet '
soir.e who have paid their due;
to the League, may not have r< i
ed credit for the same, I want ti
say that if any member who p
his dues either to myself or to Mr I
Hender : >n between the dat.- I v
Dec., 4t*?. 11M2 and April Mi
11)13 inclusive dms not find !
itarre among those of the cnclo. il
list nn ' w.'l produce any evider
of any payment to either oni of >i
I will immediately pay the tain
to the treasurer.
Yours Very Truly,
Wm. Willis.
The enclosed list is a copy of
the Trensup r' Report.
Report of Treasurer of F.ll.
County Development League An '
?2.r>, I'm:?.
. Receipt in detail > 'J 1 'J.
April H K M* Ogilvie S I. ?)
"William Willis l.iKi
A E Kimball 1,00
E A Frisncl I l.Oii
E M Steninger I. (i'
Jainee Dynart LOU
Fred T Doll
Kred (' Voight l.oo
W (J Groathouse 1 .on
D I) H' lgate 1,00
E l' Cnrville 1.00
(? Al Rower, Sr
W C, Wilscn 1.00
R W ILis'on I.om
t R New nnn 1 .00
f S (Sidney I .00
CJ Trniierman l.no
D' V W Knowles 1,00
March 11 Jacob Conrad 1 ,f? ? >
March 18 Ralance from II
S laber. Act Treasurer 'Z '.'
April li .1 Doughty 1.00
Dec I !?' ^ (;c Jntiy 10,00
Geo R Dove 10. (Kl
E R Newrr an U.0'1
Hayden Henderson lO.Oti
Geo Russell, Sr. lo.OU
J M Tuber m.00
A R Cave 10. on
G F Talbot 10.0'' i
W A Mnmcy lo.Oo 1
A Fisher,
D Qui I lici llros
George Allen
Rarnoy ||0r?
Rden i ommimion Co. I ,<
* A Scwpii ,1(. j t
?*? Hunter 10.00 '
J" Morgan Hill lo.'ooi
? ^ H?rrah 10.00 i'
"od Davis 9 nn '
y m ognvi, ^1'
J"m;? llillet .A
M F, McrrUon
11 *?' Reianch Worth
;? .ar is
z;,
10,(?'?
lO.f'M
lo.oo
1.00 1 1
10.0't '
6.00
)0.o
M S Radt
J S Badt
Herbert Badt
H !I Coryell
H Troest
Mrs J hisonbur^
I>aac Griawold
E F Kuutitrec
John Creiyhton
John Crosson
F E Drown
L fc. Clark
C Quillci
Chah II Keas
J R Hurdman
XV S Short
D I) Hclgate
Henry Bults
John Mcl'arlane
C XV Mitchell
Horn t' r Andrae
J J llylton
John M Iliddell
J VV Juhr.bon
S 'I' Wines
0 M Bower
t' J Oiiilvie
A E Kimball
K E Lutts
C E XV. mt land
J F Reynolds
J J Altube
Henry Voight
Dave Munjuardson
January 1913
J G Gregory
1 I S I ala r
A il.iri iiigtun
l! J Ni'lai-n
J no II Cozier
I C D .ughty
Reinl.art "o
i M Bacon
'i J L later
\ XV Hes
: W IKssi>n
- F Hatch
-V II (JilcuT .
I A Zandi II
?en I'tar&oa
S A Frisael
February
A' L Dtfguu
H Tr< iiu wan
March
I H Rra?ish
- I) iljltim
April
i S XX ort man
>V (_i Gr atliouse
i 1. XV itu
: M Haws
-harf Dfh- rty
i S Tarter
June
V G XX il.-on
> G XV i I ley
l F Curler
August
?" T Doll
> T XViliiums
T i; i* i pt?
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10.00
10. 00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
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Disbursements ||<
' M< ter Stamp
Kn v ( lopes
? 29.i
December 11 1913 XVm
Ki-nnett 100. 00 I
he Independent 9.00 1 a
Map ir..oo
\\i.: Salary and
10v MO
Klko Free Prusa 3"
'rnest Price 1.00,a
\V '. il!i? Salary ami
stumps 102.00 h
^:>ril 9 A 1? Gray 68.no I
. Ex to Carson 59 t'o
\ 5 1 r i 1 1 5 XV \X illis Salary 100 00
or 'J I I K Gedney ex to
V ( 1 1' i I A It Gray,
one 3 A I '? Gray
* " , 1 1 i i t menta
100,
100.
$87*.
tug 25th, 1913 Cash on
hand S2?>.::5
HI II
M V D 1. iy and wife of Cir
in art- ? t n'iinjr ihc day in towi i>n
Mr De Lay Is one of D!
to Co moil enthuslutie w in*
n/ men. ||i enthusiasm Is bn
? I bv iter e enerpy nn<l nbil;',
fe i* i mw operating two mm
ind nns io town today aupe in
Midin lie shipment of a car i
from I .one Mount n
1 Is a io r who works and fi
'f suits. That* what counts in the
nininjt game. Talk is cheap ar,<l
.vind ba>r are in thick an the /'I1
njf lenvea in autumn. Fortu
lately Mr De f ay ia not a win 1
iiimim '. He Is a miner evary >
in thf wrrk and h*?rd work and
irtlnn iv an- beginning to cou ,
I'l ?' i o I chind him are fortun r
i liaviri ' ? cnpible and con>cir'<t
it the helm In 1 ?-<>
County.
I' roin Fridays Daily
TO SETTLE SCHOOL ROW
District Attorne. Carville left!
f- r Metropolis this morning. He
will proceed to Salt Laku where he
will lake a bund in the suit be
tween the Metropolis School Board
and the contractor and the con
tractor's bondsmen. Tho school
building and Metropolis is uncom
pleted at tbc school bo^rd wants
it finished at once.
COOTIE'S ~HEipRTERS
C >nst ihles Fernald and Siscoj
have ringed up an office in the rear
Castlc'i office, and will be
v ?" receive ?1! caller* tomor
row. Several lounges, card tables
shower baths as well asa telephone'
w'll be installed for the benefit of
who have no other loafing
The new office will he of
irreat crnvenien e to the puhlicj
">th cases in Judge Castle's court
Heretofore witnesses have had to
stand outside the court room while
Hie case was on trial but now these |
witnesses will have a nice room to
stay i.i until called to the stand.
" ' # ? ? ??
CR/S2Y filJSN COMMITTED
?'t.'lwe I aber this morning com
: t' state insane asylum
H B-irir celli, an Italian who ha?
o pust few days became
inane. Barineelli nas
'
1 ? ' and u few days ago was
' <?<" n he took a knife and
violent. 11-j was appre
hy I cputv Sheritr I. amon.
. 'i hr has fri quent
i madman. Hood &
rVest, the com ty physicians ex.m
: j
<j he at large. On this re
?>rt he was sent to the asylum.
annual Presbyterian Sun
>1 ricnic will be held to
t' -rrow . Autemobiles will he at
'h at tf ? ' 'cl? sharp to
the i l ii Iren to the grounds.
II bt given for boys and
nnd games. All nicm
sers and friends of the Sunday
" ? " ? !-r(' i ted to bo present.
Dr W I-. I aylor, the eye special
it of Reno, Nevada will be in Elko
'? ion i reial Hotel, Saturday,
;cpt L'O. ()ns day only. Eyes ex'
ir.ed; gln.-sr3 fitted. All work
;tiranteed. Advt
l I Holland of Lamoille is
ire tocay.
-
" W lh? ops of Reno is iiere
oduy.
?i V. Hi I of Washington, D C is
guest nt th" Commercial.
I - ' ' ' < r a of 1 1. ? 1 Jko 11 ot 1 1, an d
ifi eft on train Uu (his morning
:r Ogden where they will spend
few tlays.
1'rof A M Gilbert and wife of
.'ew York aro stopping at the Elko
lotol.
C W Williams of Orina is in
awn today.
C or^e Phillips of Hattls Moun
,?iii had business in town t"d?y.
V> il Li d of Boulder, Colorado
? in tow .
Wrn CI a ?* son of Tuscarors is
ere today.
iardner of Halleek is in
own today.
L' m i V. all- r of .(nrbidgi is stor
ing a< tie Klko Hotel.
I5cn I) Krlley, of Kochostcr, ia
rr? today.
Wil'i mi Y- t of Kogerson came
0 W 1 1 h last night 'o provo up ii
( rt claim hr holds on the Sal
non rive r. To ay he in in Klko
nokiig after c<rt i'0 water lights.
Ilenry Unrein, for years foreman
f the "II I)" cow outfit and now ?
ii charge ><t Lewis Jlarrn I I'm ranch
1 ar Ibyrson en the Nevada line
* in Klko today.
B M Saunders of Salt Lake is in
own In the interest of the 1'nder
vnnd Typewriter. Ho reports
Hisin -s good nil along the lino.
W K Innis, representing the Or
Icr if Railway Fmplovees, a Fra
.?rr I Inmra ce Company Is spend
ng a few days in Elko.
From Monday's Daily.
TROUBLE FOR TAX
COMMISSIONERS
i lie Elko County Commissioners
"ounty auditor, district attorney
and several other lawyers met in an
j informal way this morning to dis
cuss the rulings, edicts and com
niands of the Stute Tax Commiss
; ">n. No decision was reached on
nny point except that it appears
i to be the gencnl opinion that the
|l"..ko C ounty Tax rolls shall not
; leave the county. The old law which'
in no way has been repealed or in*
rfcred with by the new law pro
; vides who of the County officers
' : il'l 'je custodians of the tax rolls
; u <1 the date such officers shall re
|cci\e them and hold them and
then turn them over to the next
official. By the time the rolls
j i ' ach the County Treasurer the
time limits set by law will be com
plied with and there will he no
??i anc- i r the Tax Commission to
t-> s' rab the rolls in the meantime.
The county commissioners are in!
receipt of a letter from the State
C mmission ordering the county !
commissioners to hurry up their!
equalization work and send the i
rolls to Carson. 'I here is no au
thorityjn the new law to back up
eh a demand and the old law
till in f?,rce so arranges the dis
position (.f the custody of these
r?'Il> i u the Tax Commissioner's
demand for immediate surrender
of the tax rolls cannot be complied
with. As a result the Tax Com
mission will not get the tax rolls,
"me of the lawyers present this
v rning intimated that if the rolls
diil go to Carson that some tax
:yer might start a suit against
his taxes on the ground
rJls were not in the
county and thereby the whole
iiinty tax assessment would be
<1 up, as what affected one wculd
vt everybody. There was also
an intimation that the law creating
the lax Commission and vesting it
with power had been passed irre
gularly and if a tight *'as necess
ary the history of this alleged irro
ular and illegal legi lation would
l>e exposed and on its merits it
would L?e shown the law was inop
rative as a consequence of the
four.-e by which i; was passed. An
other phase which may be a serious
stumbling block to the Tax Com
- in is that the matter may be
thr wn into t he United States
courts and the possibility of n vio
lation r.f the United States consti
tution shown.
1'lie more the Tax Commission
gone into the more helpless
the state body appears.
ATTEMPTS TO END LIFE
William Dunstan attempted to
inii hi? life last night at about ten
ock by placing a rope around
l is neck and jumping from the sec
< mi story ( $ Thompson's livery sta
l If. Several men in Hie office heard
the thud of Dunstan's falling body
ml rushed out where they found
him dangling from the end of a
rope. They removed the rope
from about his neck and found
him uninjured except a little skin
was knocked otf about his neck.
Dunstnn was arrested and locked
up. It is probable that a charge
> f attempted self destruction will
I ? placed against him. No known
reason is stated for his rash actl
ut despondency is supposed to be1
responsible.
Krom Fridays Daily
RESTAURANT GETS JUDGMENT
I - day in .Itistie Cattle's Court
' n & Co who run a restaurant, ob
tained a judgement for ? I5>.25
igaitt Henry O'Connell an em
ployee of K S Van I.eer for an
i; I id I oard bill. Includred in
the judgment was the court costs
).vi ind Hale and Fee attorney
fees of $25.
ELKO R00e"01n PICTURES
The moving pictures of the Elko
IJodeo will be ihown at (he Hrad
ley Opera House on Saturday, Sun
day and Monday evening*. These
pictures arc withnut a doubt tha
clearest, sharpeat and best views
evir t.<ken in Elko and vicinity.
Npw Source of Radium.
An Itnllnn university prof?aaor
o'. . to hnvo found radium in ?rdi
#ory ilow. , I
QUALITY
MEAT MARKET
Tbe Market. Around the CotMr
WILSON & OREEN. Proprietors
Wh W it IKHHTT far a mm* to U ?
rm ^ 1
So he can blow hi* owa born!
THERE never was a better
place and never will there
be, To buy a tender Steak or
Chop, and all m-e-a-t!
\A/E pride ourselves on what
? ' we sel ?We always se'?l
the best. We spare no pain*
this fact to tell, and that tells
all the rest!
The Elko
Commission House
General Storage
Dealers in Grains,
ran, Corn, Pota
toes, Stock Salt, etc.
On Silver Street, South of W. P. U. R.
Spur to Warehouse
Ed Carville, Proprietor
Elko, Nevada
J. L. ARM1STEAD
Painting, Tinting, and Paper
Hanging
Picture Framing a Specialty
Phone 632 Elko, Nevada
NEW BARBEK SHOP
Sanitary, Modern, Up-To-Date
and Strictly First-Class
Bath in connection
Next door to Clifton Hotel
R. C. MESSERLY, Prop.
THE
First National Bank
Elko, Nevada
Capital $100,000.00
Prasident ? A. E. Kimltall
tat Vico President? O. E. Noble
2nd Vice President ? J A. Sewell
Cashier ? C. F. Williams
Assistant Cashier? E. E Ennor
Interest paid on term and savings
deposits
GENERAL BANKING
BUSINESS
RAMSDELL'S
PHOTO GALLERY
IS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Photography is
Not a Lost Art
'l * - , ' 1 'mif * | M * **
Ranisdell is demonstrating
that fact every day. As an
artist his reputation is grow
ing cverv day.
$
CALL AND INSPECT HIS WORK
T. E. Jones & Son
Elko Plumbing Shop
Plumbing end Sheet Metal Work
Bicycle Repairing, Bicycles and
Sundries. Estimates furnished
free on country water systems or
anythii k in >ur line.
SAHSFAC HON GUARANTEED
Sewer Pipe Connections
?EKD YCfUB MAIL OKDSKB IHKLl'l TO tH
irs A WOMAN'S DUTY TO LOOK HER BEST
Discard the Old
" Give them away- ?r lt they ars old and soiled
BURN TH?M. NO MATTER where you live, in
the mountains, mining camp, ranch, country farm
house, villi s*e or city home, yon can merchandise
the new way with us and receive as m uch for your
money, and as good quality, as by a personal visit.
Both custom and rcouy to wear.
The New Shop for W omen
CALL, PHONE. TELEGRAPH OR WRITE
11? N. VIRGINIA STREET
LONG DISTANCE PHONE 1282
A customer recently called from Elko County
and in telling us some of bor troubles sbs said her
husband didn't treat her right" We told her she
must dress np and look her beat, even for her hus
band. She purchased an inexpensive hat, a house
dro?a for $1.70 and an afternoon gown for fo.US and
some other necessary apparel. Our advice was to
feed him well and wcur her new clothes. She is de
lighted with the result
It is so easy to merchandise with us. Simply
by a postal, mail or express order; enclose the
amount you wish to pay for any article; we will
send it, and if not satisfactory you can return it
within twenty-four hours.
We guarantee all orders intrusted to our care,
for every article worn by women or children, or for
any article we may not have in our store from a
shoe string to an automobile. You pay no more
than you would in doing the selecting j?ur??lf, and
in many cases much letts. It will receive the per
sonal supervision of our lady or gentleman nhupper,
both of whom have had long experience in mer
chandising iu a mail order house.
A lady in California telephoned in for a gown;
we sent three on approval, and she was so pleased
with our values she kept them all and mailed us a
check for same. We take fully as much pains with
every small order from 25c up.
I WISH TO THANK YOU ALL MOST SIN
CERELY for the generous response to my request
for coupons and subscriptions in the NEVADA
STATE JOURNAL CONTEST. Those who have
signed tbeir names to the letters enclosing the cou
pons will be acknowledged by letter. The lady
from Carson City who sent coupons and signed a
customer, the two gentlemen who left coupons at
the store this morning and the ladies from Susan -
vllle and Winnsmucca receive my thanks and the
assurance that IF I win the automobile will l>e
placed at their disposal.
It is to be the People's Automobile to contain a
small removable sign, on each side of the car; it will
meet all trains, take customers to and from their
homos for fittings, and when it is not in use it will
be at the disposal of any physician for a patient,
who is in need of a half hours ride. I am in this
contest to win and not as an advertisement.
6 Months $3.00 3 Months $1.50
1 Year $6.00t
Marie Bonfils Inc.
Capital $25.000
119?North Virginia St.," Reno, Nevada
Send P. O. or express money order. We advise
against ordering goods shipped C. O. D. on account
of extra charges made by the express companies.
A small amount of our stock is for sale at par
? 1 a share.
Please mention you saw this in the Independent
Little economical conveniences
'that improve any bathroom
A beautiful, comfortable and sanitary bathroom is one
of the joys of life. One need not be wealthy to have
such a bathroom. At even small expenditure you
can obtain a surprisingly good effect with the
ART BRASS COMPANY'S
BATH ROOM WARE
?GUARANTEE
Article Rearing the SAN O LA trademark U plainly atamped
Art Brant Co.. N V.'* Thle meant that It la of the fineet materials
?? w. ... w-. ... . . . mmii mo, ii i? or im nneei materiale
and workmanahlp and la (uarnnteed to five entire aatlafactlon. Our
ABC Flnlah la eatra heavy nickel plate r?rramtJ ft ii-tytart.
ART BRASS CO.. NEW YORK
We shall be pleased to show you this
ware, and suggest selections. Come in
today and see these necessary luxuries.
T. E. JONES & SON
Plombiaf Supplies of all Kinds
PHONE 494 ELKO, NEV.
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL
at
Battls Mountain
UNDER. NEW MANAGEMENT
A. Wiaeisthe new proprietor. Refitted
throughout. First-class in all its
apartments. S|>ecial attention given
to tourists and traveling men.
Rates the Lowest. Accomodations Lhe Best.
Cafe in Connection
A. WISE, - - - PROP.

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