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Die Weekly Independent
U'. IV. BOO HER. Editor and Proprietor
SUBSCItll'TIOX KATta
Published every Friday sod *eot to any ad
dress ? postage paid? st tbe following rate*
l ayable to advance:
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Sit Montb SO
The Daily Independent
9UB60R1PTI07Y RATES
One Year bl Mall 18 CVj
Six Months bjr Mail ? 00
Cor any period under Nix montbi, 75 cent*
yer mouth. Payable In advance. Delivered by
jarrler n Elko at "& cents per month or 25
icnti per week. Issaed every afternoon, S'in
iay* exempted.
Entered at the EIko postofflce for transmission
tbrcnsh tbe rattle as second-class matter
THE OUTRAGEOUS
CAMPAIGN OF DEFAMATION
Whether it be called a conspiracy
or not, there has been a campaign
of defamation of the business con
ditions of the courtry, ^inducted
solely in the hope of defeating
Democratic candidates for Congress
Bnd securing b Republican House
this fall. It is a disreputable cam
paign, and a dangerous one. Any
merchant's credit is liable to be
impaired liy th?? circulation of
rumors that he is embarrassed. The
effort to convince the country that
the state of business is very bad is
di recti** calculated to make it bad,
and that is its purpose The Pro
tectionist propaganda would be
glad to see a panic. The last one
we had was when they were in full
possession of the Government, but
their effrontery is equal to charg
ing any dullness of business now on
the Democratic Party, while deny
ing that they were responsible for
the panic of 190/.
The effort of men in Congress
and of the distinctively Protection
ist organs to collect and repeat and
enlarge on every indication of dull
ness of trade, and to predict worse
conditions in the near future, is a
wicked and deliberate effort to
bring about a bad st ?te of business
in the hope of making some polit
ical gain out of it. Thi banker in
Fort Wayne who refused to answer
the inquiries of the Protective
Tariff League and told the league
what ho thought of its efforts was
a patriotic man who wis trying to
make business better, while the
League is oper.ly trying to make it
worse in the hope of rhanging
some votes in November. It might
as well save its efforts. A Repub
lican House could not char.,",.t! the
tariff.? Philadelphia Record.
A $10,000,000,000 CROP
WHAT IT MEANS
The secretary of agriculture es
timated the total value of farm
products ill the United Slates in
the census year 1910 at "58,926,000,
000. The July government crop
reports would indicate, upon a
siinlBr bBsis of computation, that
the total value of farm products
will this year rise to $10,009,000,
000 says the New York World.
A dollar needs no measure; ten
billions are bettpr grasped by com
parisons.
That vast sum would buy all the
real estate in New York and Chi
cago at assessed valuations, with
something to spare. It would pay
the hugo and fast-mounting na
tional dibts of war obsessed France
and Germany. It would clonr off
our own national debt nearly ten
times over; or pay its interest
charges nearly 43fi times.
If next year's farm products
wore to fall off a triHe of $400,
000, 00U the 1914 and 1915 pro
duct combined would still buy
every railroad in the country, at
the 1911 capitalized valuation. Our
iron yield is incomparably the
greatest of the nation*; the in
dustries it feeds are called basic.
Yet our iron product is only about
one twenty-third part that of the
farms. That product is fourteen
times the value of our annual out
put of coal at the mine*. It Is
seventy timer the value of a yearV
yield of petroleum, parent of some
of the worl l's most gigantic for
tunes.
For some thousands of years
gol'l and silver havj been wordn
to suggest weplth untold Our
farm product in this year of abund
anco will be sevcnty-lvc times the
latest reported annunl product of
gold and silver combined. It is
((renter than the cntiro world's
stock of coined gold and silver in
existence todav, the huurded und
almost indestructible product of
many centuries. It is more than
two-thirds of all the gold dug,
coined and consumed in the urts in
all the world since Columbus dis
covered America.
AGAIN "SULLY FOB HEABSI"
Mr. Hearst has kindly submitted
to on interview in Mr. Hearst's
New York American on the poor
prospects of the Democracy under
President Wilson, who is 'net a
Democrat inspirit," a d on the
possibility that truly progrjssive
Democrats like Mr. Hearst may
hrcak away and join progressive
Republicans behind Mr. Roosevelt.
What chiefly troubles Mr. Hearst
now is also what chicfly troubles
Mr. Roosevelt ? a business depres
sion whose cause is the lowered
tariff and the evidence ? f whose
existence Mr. Hearst finds in his
understanding "that an amazingly
large proportion of the freight
cars are not in use; that then; is
no demand for them."
There is a large proportion nf
such cars idle. They numbered
V4 1,802 on May 31 which is the
maximum for the year, and 219,
542 on July 1 or 22,260 car fewers.
But if this is an "amazingly lar^e
proportion," by what term shall i
we describe the 332,513 idle oars!
reported on January 0, 1909, near !
the close of President Roosevelt's
administration, and the 413, "3S
idle cars reported nn April 29,
1908 when the totbl numb, r of
cars in existence was much smaller
than now and when Mr. Roosevelt's
government and its high prosperity
tariff were in full swing'.'
But we shall have these ordered
better next time when Mr. Roose
velt will have the guidance and
counsel of Mr. Hearst. Then in the
winter and spring all the freight
cars will be in use and there will
be none of the many thousands of
extras needed in the la! ! to move
the crops and the crops will rot on
the ground.
Thus again, as the color.el would
say "Bully fer H.nr=t!"? New
I York World.
A GLARING OUTRAGE
We do not think that Governor
Oddie or Attorney General Thatch
er, the two members of the prison
commission that keeps Warden
Dickerson in his present position,
are making ony friends by giving
the wardcti a free hand in running
prison affairs regardless of public
opinion. The business men of the
state who pay taxes toward run
ning the state government nre not
overlooking the fact that the Ward
en sends out of the state for sup
plies that can be had for the same
price at home, nor is the general
public forgetting that men who
have been convicted of murder arc
having comforts and luxuries that
thousands of good lawbiding citi
zens would be grateful to rcceive.
Convict Urie, who was convicted
of the crime of being implicated in
the murder of two good Italian
citizens of Humboldt county is now
having the best time be ever had in
his life and Oddie and Thatcher are
largely responsible for keeping a
warden who gives su"h prisoners
special privileges but the Italian
voters will not forget at the com
ing election that they have been
grossly insulted by these mighty
officials of our state.? Carson
Weekly.
SUGAR OUTPUT UNSOLD
Of the 25,000 sacks nf sugar
manufactured by the Fallon factory
as a result of its )'Jl3 cnnpiitgn,
13,000 remain unsold. Twi Iv
thousand sacks of sog i i\ir\'t d
during the past year is nut . feat
that will icllect any great mo 'it
of credit on Nevada, despite tlu
slogan "Use Nevada Products."
Apparently, the state's trad'-s peo
ple yell this laudable si at '.merit
from the housetops and inconsist
ently practice another doctrine.
This paper is informed that over
tures have been made to dvnlers of
every consequence in the state for
the sale of Fallon sugar at a reduc
ed price over the outsidj product,
yrt the effort to sell our product
has been of slight avail. The re
Is something wrong somewhere
when the consumers of the great
sovereign state of Nevada view the
biggest manufacturing enterprise
within the state with so much un
concern. This tiling of sending
money t? outside points, that
should lie kept at home is alto
gether out of consonance with
what is hest for Nevada. The
state cannot be built up by sucli a
policy. It is thortsighted and un
patriotic i>nd as long as Nevada
persists in pursuing it it cannot
have its fullest measure of pros
i ptrity.
In the meantime tht Republicans
who do not use Nevada sugar
should continue to blame the Wil
son administration for the failure
of the Fallon factory to operate
this year, proving that consistency
is still something of a jewel,
despite the feveral Republican
imitations, familiar to most of us
in this section. ? Churchill Standard.
STATE ENGINEER
Have any of the readers cast
(heir eye down the eolu'nu of ex
pens* of the State Engineer's office.
If not. da so, t '.tn add the State
: Engineer's salary ? f $:>un per
uion h. on-i you will find an institu
tion cost inn the state of Nevada
$2,257.10 per .month or an approxi
mate of over S2C.000.00 a year.
The auto rides and traveling ex
penses of some of the attaches :.re
simply enormous and again the
number of employes. Say, you
I would think this Stat.; was the
greatest ngrictltural State in the
Union, if you jud^e by the expense
account.
Dig in beys, ih.> ats is fine for
t? is is the last year of general ex
travagance. V n u will have no
more time to stilly law at the ev
pense of the State through the
pe. mir.'io/i of a kind arid loving
Executive G.iveinor Oddie.
\ es, ivlr. Engineer, there is not
one lawyer in the State of Nevada
( before the sch< ol lb it you ??rad
ujtid from) but who had to pay
for th.ir education nnd some of
-hen: had to grind, yes, starve a!-'
most, to gel what you had handed
to you us an i dded eift by this
State of Neva. Li. Don't te!i the
writer that you or your compan
ions, Norcross, Adarr.son and Fvne, [
dirt all your studying at per. When
you do you will certainly get the
lie hurled at yu: so quick that vou
wi'l think it a nandamus plexus.
Yes, we had enc.iii'h .lim Crow at
torneys in this Stale before this
State school wa. instituted and I
am sure that if someone don't
hand you ail i 'nothing you \%i||
never get t<y as ! iwyers.
Why don't you be men unii re
sign, now (hat \ou are full-fledged I
attorneys at tl nenernl expense
of the State? 'j ur office cannot
be of much in portance when you
had time to stuc'y law.
Come on iu t; -vernor Oddie, get
the resignation, of these Pikers if
you want to do < >e good act during
your entire adm u'stratioa. If they j
don't send you :heir resignation,
give Ihem the n>:. ? Kock roller.
LEWI. ALLEN
The announce ent of Hoi. hern
uel Alltn as a omncralic candi
date at (he prim, v election for the
office of govern v appears today.
Mr. Allen is one of the dm pio
neers of the slat nnd one of its
"mst prominent nnd hest citizens.
He has served ( e state in both
blanches of lli ? legislature und ap j
lieutenant govt inr, During nil;
I in fc'ivice ns It i.hitor extending'
over long pen !, (here has never i
been n blot or, his record. As
lieutenant govr i r, he maintained
(hat record an' lands befrre (he
j people nf Neva ? today without a
j slain as a pal.r ? official, libido
' ' .nrviceto (h. tate, he has done
?-?o| r>ork for ? >-e pe pie of his
o (;nly.
Ai n ,'<? it ; e he Iuih tiorr.e ihc
eal and bur.! nf ninny n cam
paign for hi f ,r(y. in victory
and deft al, li ms been staunch
,in" ' ' mhiiion is now to
crown hi. . a d splendid record
with the highest olfice h the stale
governnu-rif. !,i tha( olhce he
*?"ld In as true to (he people as
he has hi t. n in Cie pn (.
We i !.o pleasure in commending
Hon. Lemur I Allen (o the favor
able co.isider ilion of Democratic
voters. j
? THAcT FAliilLB
' ( undidntes hte coining in pretly
fast as the primary election draws
near. Among the last to enter the ,
race is Tracy. Fairchild, a farmer
and stockman, of theTuscarora sec
tion, who offers himself as a repub
lican candidate tor the nomination
for the assembly.
If we mistake not Mr. Fait child
m *
is a native son of Elko county. At
any rate the most of his life has
been spent in and around Tuscar
ora. He is a successful farmer and
stockman, sober and reliable. His
interests in the county should make
make him an earnest champion of
retrenchment in the legislature.
As a republican he submita his
name to his parly and asks for its
endorsement. If nominated and
elected he has the ability and the
will to make a capaple, efficient
member of the legislature.
A STRICKEN I FAMILY
Mr. McBride received a tele
gram from Uakland Tuesday fore
noon saying that two of his nephews,
son? of his sifter Mrs. Hudson,
were drowned and their bodies had
not be?n fojnd. Knst night an
other dispatch was received stati.g
that tn*> bodies had been found, but
(riving no particulars. The boys
were 15 and 17 vears of age.
Mr. Hudson, the father of the
boys is an engineer on t^e Southern
Pacific and one of the old employes
of the company. The mother and
two daughters are mw traveling
and^ visiting in the cast. Whin
last beard fro:a they were at
Niagara Falls having the time of
their lives. l'!".e news of the death J
of the boys will he a terrible shock
to them. They are well known '
here and have i! any friends whose
?sympathies go t ut to them in their
great bereavement.
A sister of lb* boys, Mrs. George'
VValthers, livrs i.i Elko and she and i
Mr. Mc'iridc and Mr. Walt hers .
will leave for Oakland Saturday
to attend the funeral. They will
join the moth -r and daughters!
hcrp.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS j
Announcement of Candidates at
the Primary election will he made j
under this head for 110 each up to the (
primary and fo* i.'i additional from the
primary to the November election.
Payment strictly in advance.
Lemuel Allen,
of Washoe County, candidate for nomi- j
nation on the I omocratic ticket for
office of
Governor of State of Nevadn
at the primary election to be held rues
day, September 1, l!Ul.
John Et'wards Bray
(Incumbent)
of Washoe County,"" Democratic candi
date for nomination for
State Superintenent
of Public Instruction
subject to the decision of the primary
election to be held September 21, 1911.
STANDS ON RKCOKD: Favors good j
teachers, adequate salaries, modern
schoolhouses, practical school work,
progressive schools.
Tracey Fairchilo',
hereby announce'; himself as a candi
date for nomination for the
Assembly,
subject to I he decision of the Republi
can voters of Elko county at the pri
mary election.
J. H . r-'eck
hereby announces himself as a eandi- 1
date for nomination for
; County Commissioner, Long
Term, Northorn District,
j subject to the decision of the democra- !
| tic voters of Klko county at the primary
j election.
J. H. (Joei McCormtick,
of War.hoe county,
Democratic candidate for nomination for
Clerk of the Supreme Court,
at the primary election to be held Tues
day, September 1st, 101 4#
John J. Schoer
hereby announces himself as a eandi- 1
date for the nomination for
Assemblyman,
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters of Klko county at the pri
mary election,
E. J. L. Tabor
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination of
Judge of the Fourth Judicial District
snbjebt to the decision of the Republi
t iii voters at lit-.- primary election.
J. G. Gregory
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for nomination for
County Commissioner,
Middle District,
subject to the decision of the Deinocra
votrisof Klko county at the primary
election.
?ll?n G. Mc Bride
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for (he nomination for
Stata Senator,
subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters of Klko county at the pri
mal y election.
E. A. Frlntll
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
County Surveyor,
subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters of Elko county at the pri
mary election. r
H . U. Castle
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
Justice of the Peabe
of Elko Township, subject to the de
cision of the Republican voters at the
primary election.
I ra Cisco,
Independent Candidate for
Constable of Elko Township.
J. A. Ascher, M. D.,
of Washoe County, |
Candidate for nomination for
Lieutenant Governor,
subject to the action of the Democratic
voters of Nevada at the primary election
to be hald September 1, 1914.
H. F. Bartine
of Ormsby County
Democratic candidate for nomination for |
Justice of Supreme Court.
Subject to the decision of the Primary
Election to be held September 1, 1014
Maurice J. Sullivan
of Goldfield, Democratic candidate for|
nomination for
Lieutenant Governor of Nevada
subject to the action of the Democratic |
voters of Nevada nt the primaay elec
tion to be held on September 1st, 1914. |
Edgar E. Oldham
hereby announce himself a candidate
for nomination for
County Commissioner, Long
Term, Northern District,
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters of Elko county at the primary
election.
Webster Patterson
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
County Commissioner, Short Term, ]
subject to the decision of the Repub
lican voters of Elko county at the pri
mary election.
H.A. McMurtrcy
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
Constable,
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters of Elko township at the pri
mary election.
M ajor H . Miller
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
County rre.-i aurer,
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters at the primary election.
George B. Russell
hereby announces himself as a cand:
date for the nomination for
County Clerk,
subject io the decision of the Republican
voters at the primary election.
Fred E. Drown
Hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
County Assessor
subject to the decision of the republican
party at the primary election.
George W. Cotant
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
Constable,
subject to the decision of the Repub
lican voters of Elko township at the
primary election.
Robert B. Hunter
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
County Clerk,
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters of Elko county at the primary
election.
J. M. McNnmurn
hereby announces himself as a candi
date for the nomination for
District Attorney
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters of Elko county at the primary
electioji.
J. C. Harris,
i hereby announces himself as a candi
j date for the nomination for
Sheriff
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters of Elko county at the primary
election.
E. P. Cnrvltlo <
hereby announces himself as a candi- 1
date for the nomination for
District Attorney
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters of Elko county at the primary
election.
Barney Horn
of Atira, Nevada, hereby announces
himself as a candidate for the nomina
tion for
Long Term County Com
missioner, Northern District,
subject to the decision of the democra
tic voters at the primary flection.
Edward E. Winfrey (
Hereby announces himself as a candi* I
date for the nomination of
Stato Superintendent
? of Publlo Instruction
subject to the decision of the Democra
tic voters at the primary election.
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE
WASATCH UTAH MININU COMPANY
t<orntl<>n <>f i>rlnol|f.il vlaro of t>tiftlne??. Klko,
Klko County, Nerrutn. (trwml ofnee out?l<1o
of Novnrin. Hixun No 9)1 Kenrn* Untitling, Salt
l.nko city, tluli.
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1911, the several amounts sctoppasltc the tia:i.i->
of the respective shareholders. as follows:
No. No.
N'uie Cert. Share* Ami.
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Anderson, lions O. tx>
Anderson. Geo. 5M
Anderson. Hobt. N. t'.W
Anderson. Hobt. .V. sues
Audenuin. Niels hu]
Andrews. C. O. StttJ
Appett. lirayco A. 17.15
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Hruyspruak. Wui. J. 50
ilrejrspntak. Win. J. 57
Ureyspraak. Win. J. *12
Ureyst'raak. Wm. J. 2551
Urcyspraak, Win. A. 255J
Haldtrln. Chas. C. I5?7
llrownlutr. Mary A ItV
Uoserup. I.. F. SO
Uoserup. I.. F. ooi
Uoserup. L. F. lis)
llo&erup. L. K
Uoserup. t,. p. lai
llo.ierup, L. K. U7j
lloserup, I.. F. 171&
Uoserup. I.. K., iim)
Uoserup. L. F. S57?
Uoserup, Mrs. L. F. IV|
Uoserup. Mrs. I.. F. k*
lleserup, Mrs. L F. 2577
Hi-atty. Sam i>h
llrophy. u. A. ;wj
Uollloir, Herman :pjtf
Uolllntr. Herman lH57
Hell. John I7j7
llurifh. L F. ?077
Iliitcr. Mrs. I.oulsc s*?i
Hurirerson. Krnest it 3370
Carlson. O. K. 7j
Carlson. C- K! 71
Carlson. C. K. nil
Carlson. C. K. ^Vl
Carlson. C. E.
Carlson. C. K. ^
Carlson, C. K.
Carlson. C. K. jj,H
Christiansen. J. w. I(W
Christiansen. J. W. I7>0
Carlson A Anderson I77H
Cole. 51. II. xjlt
Clemlnson. I'eterC. nu
Cleriiiuson. I'eter C. >110
Cockrell. Frank M. ?v,|
Christiansen. Martin it,;
Cnllender. Harry It.
Duus, Wtu. K. ;lrj
U?vls. Klien M. ITkj
I>e Morse. Mrs. Maynlc Ue#
Ua^nzer, Geo. W. 17^4
Oacnzer. Cleo. W. I74:i
De Pass. K. T.
Elfcr. 1'aullne
i'ixu. John M r.-,
Fixa. John M. ^
Fisher. Ilert 17.^7
Fuller. I.. 1?.
Fuller. F. N. >t
Fredriek.sen, M. K. im
Farney. Aaron. ^
Farm-y, Aaron
arney, Aaron |j?|
Fritsrher. I,iiie
f runek. Frank
Frank. John
Frank. John
Friedman. J as.
Friedman. J as.
Fredrickscn. M.
Fries. II. G.
IVrarri. Walter
Grunter, MeltioC.
(?ranter. Mettle C.
Gellert. Ge.i. II.
Godfrey. Lyman
Gundtofte. Peter A.
Gundiofte. Peter A
Gr.il.er Frederick
G rimer. Christ F
Gromer. W. F.
Gleleh. T. C.
Gleleh T. C.
Gleieh T. C.
Gleleh. Otto
Gleleh. Oswald
Gleleh, Selina
Gretchcn. Mrs. Anna
Oretehen. Mrs. Anna
Gretcben, Wesley
Gubbins. G iu p
Gubbins. Geo. P. Jr.
Gubbins, Wm.
G'.ibhlns. John
Gubbins. Margaret
Gold. ins Julia K,
Herman. A.
Hansen, Minis
Hess. Wm. J.
Hoop. Henry
Huimnan Fred
Hobein. II. F.
Ho In in, 11. F
Hau*. ICIiso
Haiiif, Kline
Hau/. Ellsc
llauirhcy. James
Horn, Henry W.
Horn. Henry W.
Hansen. Mads a.
Hau ley, J ij.
Hclncke. G. A
llelrieke G. a
Helneko. G. A.
Ilobein. Dorothea
Hobein, KleharU
lledf'itard. N. C.
Ilede^urd. N. C.
Iledeirard. N. tj.
Hennan. Josephine
Herman, Josephine
Hofstelter, Albert. .lr
llofsteller. Albert
Hofstelter, Walter
Hansen, II. c.
Hansen. II. <:.
Hansen. Tim* c.
Hansen. Tlios. C.
Hansen. Titos. I!.
Hansen, Thos. C.
Hansen. Thos c;.
Hllperl. I,.'.. nar.l
?lensen. Christ
Jorifenson, fnirer
Joriienson, l.aura
Jensen. N. C.
Jensen, N. (!.
Jensen. N.
Jensen N. C.
Jensen, a.
Jensen, A.
Jensen. Jens
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