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DAILY INDEPENDENT"!
?MlN M. Eattt KKITH A RUUKI.L Qftorf & RtuaeU
Editor* and Proprietors
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tabatrtyttoa Praia Oaa Yaar By Mail $6.00 :
?fctarad at Um Hko poatoffto* (or transmission through the mails aa second
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THE LAND OF THE SAQE.
THERE'S something about it that "gits you,"
That lures with a call that is strong;
There's something about it that hits you.
That beckons and draws you along.
The skies are a little bit bluer.
The air has a tang of its own.
And friends are a little bit truer
In the land where the sagebrush is grown.
There's something about* it alluring.
That holds you as It by a spell;
Its glories axe ever-enduring,
Its beauties no land can excel.
The love for Its plains never changes,
The charm of its canyons enthrals.
There's something about its wide ranges
That grips you and beckons and calls!
Its mountains and hills captivate you.
You look on its streams with dclignt;
Its deserts, somehow, fascinaU* you.
You love those gray stretches by night!
Its desolate wastes weave about you
Aapell which you can't understand;
You'll whisper, "I'm lonely without you!
I want you, my dear desert land!"
You may boast of the countries whose glories
You've seen in your journeys abroad;
You may tell me some wonderful stories.
And Europe's attractions may laud.
But never a cocntry will "git you,"
And all your attention engage,
Whote charms and attrac.lons will hit you
Like the land of the grersewood and sage!
? E. A. Brininstool.
THE HOUSEWIFE AND HER BREAD.
THE high cost of flour and advance in price of bread in many places
has started some discussion in the women's clubs and the homes as to
whether women today should make their own bread or not. To many
of the' older housewives, buying it from the baker or the grocer seems
rather shiftier. In their industrious creed and practice the bread bo'sr'
and the kneading trough lay at the foundation ol sood housekeeping. A
bride who could not manipulate the rolling pin should never have been
married.
Many of the domestic economists of the present day believe that
home bread making is fast going the way of the home curing of meatd
or grinding meal, which scarcely exist today. As they look at it, the
food manufacturer saves enough by buying materials in large quantities
to mako up for the cost of the labor, so that the housewife gets little or
perhaps nothing whatever for her laborious hours in the pantry.
The old style baker often thought first of the number of loaves he
could produco out of a barrel of flour. The baker's bread one use thus
often had a certain spongy and elastic Quality. It seemed as if the
material had been expanded in some way, to make it seem light, and glv- |
ing an erroneous impression of the extent of its food value.
Good home-made bread never- conveyed this impression, and ha.; a j
certain Armness that gives a pleasant feeling of substantial quality.
The greatly increased sale of bread prepared outside of the home
must have been due to a realization by food producers, that they must
please the public by a good eating quality. The old time home made
bread, with good butter, was very appetizing. A hungry boy would eat
It ravenously, asking no sauces to make it more toothsome.
During recent years bakers have been learning from the arts of the
old time housewife, and perhaps bettering her. A good business is the
result. If the producer makes it clear that hlB methods are strictly
clean, he will find all the trade he wants.
PURIFYING LAW'S LANGUAGE.
AMEASURE has been introduced in the Illinois legislature which has
for its purpose the simplification of the language of indictments. In
other wordB, It proposes to purge such documents of their hopelessly
obsolete legal verbiage.
As the Chicago Tribune says: "if a man commits murder the in
dictment under tne proposed bill will charge murder. A thief will be
charged with burglary."
This measure which was prepared in Chicago has been approved by
eminent lawyers and criminologists in all parts of the country. It is a
step toward the simplification of legal processes.
"THE Elko Independent" offers space In Its columns for a free discus
sion of matters of community interest and Invites contributions.
Too many people in every community are addicted to street gossip and
dealing in unfounded reports. An open discussion of public matters in
the newspapers has a tendency to confine the individual to facts and not
hearsay, and brings people generally to a better understanding of the
things that affect the community.
To this end this paper offers Its columns for expression of opinion
and wants to see thoso who have opinions on public matters give them
expression through its columns.
How is It that the eephyrs of March are always able to wait until
there Is a good number of peop* looking on before they proceed to blow
a man's hat off into the middle of the street.
DISCIPLINE seems to bo pretty poor in the schools, as a boy can
make the most inexcusable error on the ball team, and yet not havo to stay
after school and get an extra lesson.
READING the newspaper in their comfortable easy chairs, many men
wonder why the soldiers in the cold trencheB with the bullets flying around
them don't get out and do something.
WHY oomplaln that times are hard, when you forget to ask for the
Congressional Record, the fat copies of which yield a sizable return from
the Junk manT
AUTOMOBILES seem to be selling freely, while the necessaries of
life drag a little. The difference is that automobile dealers almost always
advertise.
AFTER taking around a United States protest to the warring pow
ers, the American ambassadors know about how a spring poet feels
when he takes his verses to the newspaper office.
IF a man would take the estimate of expenses he makes when de
ciding about buying an automobile, his wife would get a new parlor carpet
this spring.
ALTHOUGH It is very humllntlng not to have tho new wide skirts of
the spring styles, this Is not sufficient reason for a girl ?o absent her
?eU from ohorch on Easter Sunday.
THV high price of flour has led many newspapers to publish articles
Wglnc women to make their own broad, but not many husbands hnve said
anything about it.
TBI president can't go to San Francisco, but probably a good many
paopla will sand him post cards of the exposition.
AT the army posts they are now preparing for war by trimming tho
hydrangea bushes and the rambler ro?e>.
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i
TUMI DIES
BY OWN HAND
"Nothing doing, good bye." With 1
tbeso words Will C. Harding, known
throughout the southern country as
"Red," hung up the receiver of his
telephone, placed the muzzle of a
pistol in his mouth and leaped Into
eternity.
For several days past "Red" had
been brooding over his financial af
fairs and the illness of his wife. He
neither ate nor slept, but was to be
seen on the streets and in public
places at all hours after attending to
his business affairs. He went to his
house on upper Main street this
morning about 8:30 and called up a
close friend, Frank Cavanaugn, the
undertaker. This is almost verbatim
the conversation that ensued:
"Frank, listen now. I want you
to do something for me." Mr. Cav
anaugh says that he judged from the
tone that "Red*' had been drinking
and lie replied: "All right, let her
go." "I want you to take care of
my wife." "What's the matter with
ypu, 'Red' 7" "That's aU right, it
goes. Within a minute it will be all
over." "What's the matter?" "I'm
in the hole and I can't get out."
"Hold on, 111 be right over." "Be
for you get here I'll be gone. Noth
ing doing; goodbye. When I hang up
the /receiver, bang."
Mr. Cavanaugh, after vainly at
tempting to have Harding reconsider
his attempt to commit suicide, tele
phoned immediately to Chief of Po
lice Evans. The two met less than
three minutes later and ran at the
top of their speed to the Harding
house. They opened the front door
of his home and entered. Chief
Evans smelied powder smoke and
said: "Frank, it's all off." In the
sitting room, which was darkened
by the curtains being drawn, beside
the telephone they found "Red" all
| crumpled in a heap. His pulse had J
ceased to beat, but blood \vas still
pouring from his mouth and nostrils, j
The pistol, a 32-20 Colt, was found
on a chair, the weapon evidently
dropping from his hand as iie fell
| to the tioor. Medical attention was
| summoned, but life was found to be
I extinct. Harding had been a resident
I of Tonopah since 19U2 and was well
i known all over the state. ? Bonanza.
I
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL
In the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial District of the State of Ne
vada, in and for the County of Elko.
In the matter of the estate of
WILLARD S. GRISWOLD, Deceased.
MARGARET GRISWOLD, JOHN
HENDERSON Dnd ARTHUR W. GRIS
WOLD having filed with the Clerk of
the above-entir'ed court a certain doc
ument purporting to be the last Will
and Testameut of Wlllard S. Griswold,
Deceased, and having also filed their
Petition praying that said Instrument
he admitted to probate as the Last
Will and Testament of said Willard S.
Griswold, Deceased, and that Letters
Testamentary thereon be issued to
them and the hearing of said Petition
having been fixed by the Clerk of the
above-entitled court for Thursday, the
15th day of April, A. D. 1915, at the
hour of ten o'clock of said day, in the
court room of the District Court of
the Fourth Judicial District of the
State of Nevada, in and for the Coun
ty of Elko, in the courthouse at Elko,
Elko County, Nevada; *
I All parties interested in said es- ]
: tate are hereby notfied to file their
objections in writing, if any they have,
on or before ?aid date or to be pres
ent in court at Bald time to present j
their objections, if any thoy have, why
said instrument should not be admit
ted to probato as the Last Will and
Testament of Wlllard S. Griswold, De
ceased, and Letters Testamentary
thereon issue to said Margaret Grls
wold, Arthur W. Griswold, and John
Henderson according to their petit/on
, on file herein.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have
1 hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of the District Court of the
Fourth Judicial District of tho State
of Nevada, in and for tho County of
Elko, this 20th day of March, A. D.
1915.
ROBERT B. HUNTER,
(SEAL) Clerk
First publication March 29, 1915.
Last publication April 14, 1915. *
NOTICE FOR PUDLICATION
Elko 0515
Carson City 06268
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Elko, Nevada
March 25, 1916
NOTICE 1b hereby given that Ed
ward Carvllle, of Elko, Novada, who,
on July 19, 1911, mado CarBon City
desert land application 06268, now El
ko, No. 0515, for the SE?A NW?4 of
Section 26, Township 29 North, Range
56 Enst, Mount Diablo Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make final
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Register
and Receiver of this office, on the fifth
day of May, 1915.
Claimant names ?5b witnesses :
John II. White, of Hylton, Nevada.
Percy L. White, of llylton, Novada.
Herbert U. Castlo, of Hylton, Nevada.
Edward C. MoClellan, of Hylton, Nov.
JOHN E. ROBBIN8,
Register.
First publication March 26, 1915.
' ANNUAL STATEMENT
or the Nevada- Humboldt Mining Co.
Cash, January 1, 1014 1 36.33
Money borrowed 1190.00
12226.33
Patent Account 1 342.85
Labor at Mine 1658.00
B2zpenae? at mine 259.13
Taxes 43.80
Cash on hand Jan. 1. 1915 22.45
12226.33
No ore sold during the year 1914.
C. E. HEILIGER, Secy.
O
ANNUAL 8TATEMENT
Of the Uvada Mining Company, for
the year ending December 31, 1914.
Location of mine, Emeralda Mining
district, county of Washoe, state of
Nevada.
? Debit
December 81, 1913, to cash
on hand $ 35.15
To Assessments collected dur
ing 1914 1398.02
To amount received from oth
er sources None
91433.17
Credit
Mine Expenses In year 1914 9 911.46
Paid Dividends In year 1914 None
General expenses In year 1914 507.80
Balance on hand December
31, 1914 13.91
11433.17
J. H. BARNHART,
' Secretary
Address, 1459 Gilmer Avenue, Salt|
Lake City, Utih.
O
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Elko 0624
Carson City 06615
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Elko, Nevada
March 22, 1915
NOTICE is hereby given that Gra
cian Eyroz, of North Fork, Nevada,
who, on November 13, 1911, made Car
sou City desert land application 06615,
now Elko, No. 0624, for the Wft NEK,
and EV4 NW% of Section 34, Town
ship 43 North, Range 56 East,- Mount
Diablo Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make final Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before the Register and Re
ceiver of this office, on the fourth
day of May, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William P. Wright, of Elko, Nevada.
Oliver Riffe, o? North Fork, Nevada.
John Smith, of North Fork, Nevada.
Andrew Tourreuil, of Charleston, Aev.
JOHN E. ROBB1NS,
Register |
First publication March 23, 1915.
NOTICE OF HEARING OF FETITIONl
FOR SALE OF REAL AND
PERSONAL PROPERTY
In the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial District of the State of Ne
vada, in and for the County of Elko,
in the matter of the estate of ELLA
JAMES, sometimes known In the State
of Nevada aB ETHEL WILSON, De
ceased.
Notice is hereby given that D. J.
Darcy, the Administrator of the estato
of Ella James, sometimes known In
the State of Nevada as Ethel Wilson,
Deceased, has filed with the Clerk of
this Court a petition praying that said
Court grant its order directing the
sale of the real estate and personal
property belonging to the Estate of
said decedent and described in said
petition; and that Monday, the' 12th
day of April, 1915, at eleven o'clock
in tho forenoon, at the courtroom of
said Court, at Elko, in the County of
Elko, State of Nevada, has been set
for the hearing of said petition, when
and where any and all pert>ous iua.
ested may appear and show cr.u
any they have, why the said peti-|
tlon should not be granted.
Dated this 20th day of March, A. |
D. 1915.
ROBERT B. HUNTER,
Clerk. |
By: H. C. SPROULB,
Deputy.
CANTWELL A CARVILLB,
Attorneys for Administrator.
mar20apr.3
NOTICE OF 8ALE
In the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial District of the State of Ne.
vada, In and for the County of Elko.
i
In tho matter of the estate of M. E.
STOTTLER, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of an Order of tho District
Court of the Fourth Judicial District
of the State of Nevada, In and for the
County of Elko, In the matter of tho
Estate of M. E. Stottler, deceased, the
undersigned, tho administrator of said
Estate, will sell at private sale, to
tho highest bidder, for cash, QoK
Coin of the United 8tates of America,
and subjoct to tho confirmation of said
District CourL on Tuesday, the 19th
day of April, A. D. 1915, between the
hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon,
and five o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, lo-wlt, at the hour of twelve
o'clock noon, at tho law offices of
Henderson and Calne, In the Town
and County of Elko, State of Nevada,
all of the fight, title, Interest and es
tate nf the said M. ID. Stottler, at the
time of his death, and all of tho right.
| tltta, and tntomt that the aald Ee
: tate haa by action or lav or other
wise acquired. other than, or In addi
tion to that of the aald if. E. Stottler,
at the time of hla death. In and to
that certain piece or parcel of land,
sluate. lying and betas In the Town
of Elko. County of Elko. State of Ne
vada, bounded and particularly de
scribed aa follows, to- wit:
Lot number "NINE" (9) of Block
numbered "EIGHTEEN" (18) of the
Town of Elko, County of Elko, State
of Nevada.
Terms and conditions of sale: cash.
Gold Coin of the Unlt*<l States, to be
paid at the time when the bid Is ac
cepted; the sale to be subject to the
confirmation of the said District Conrt.
Deed at the expense of purchaser.
Dated this 22nd day of Uarch, A.
D. 1915.
E. B. LYTTON,
Administrator.
Date of First Publication. Mar. 22, '15
Date of Last Publication Apr. 15, 'IS
3UMMON3
In the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial District of the State of Ne
vada, In and for the County of Elko.
MANUEL AGUIRRE, Plaintiff, vs.
ISABEL AGUIRRE, Defendant
Action brought in the District Court
of the Fouith Judicial District of the
State of Nevada, In and for the Coun
ty of Elko, and the complaint filed In
the office of the clerk of said District
Court.
The State of Nevada Sends Greetings
to 8ald Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within ten days after the service
upon you of this summons it served
In said County, or within twenty days
if served out of said County, but with
in said Judicial District, and in all
other caaoB within forty days ? ex
clusive of the day of service ? and de
fend the above entitled action. This
action Is brought to dissolve the bonds
of matrimony existing between plain
tiff and defendant, and for the award
ing the custody of the minor children
to Plaintiff.
Dated, January 4, 1915.
ROBERT B. HUNTER,
Clerk of Said Court.
H. C. SPROULE,
(SEAL) Deputy Clerk.
March 9-A24
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial District of the State of Ne
vada, In and for the County of Elko.
In the matter of the estate of CIIAS.
A. TOYN, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
by an order of the District Court of
the Fourth Judicial District of the
State of Nevada, in and for the Coun
ty of Elko, duly made and entered on
the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1915, the
undersigned was duly appointed as
Executrix of the Estate of said De
ceased, and that she has qualified as
such executrix.
Notice is further given that any and
all persons having claims against said
decedent or the said Estate, must file
the same with the Clerk of the above
entitled Court, with proper vouchers
and the statutory affidavit attached,
within three months from the date
of the first publication of this notice,
or their claims will be forever baried.
Dated this 3rd day of March, A. D.
1916.
PEARL TOYN,
Executrix of the Estate of Chas. A.
Toyn, Deceised.
Cantwell & Carvllle,
Attys. for Executrix.
Last publication April 4.
Alias
SUMMONS
Action brought in the District Court
of the Fourth Judicial District of the
State of Nevada, in and for the Coun
ty of Elko, and tho Complaint filed
In the Office ef the Clerk of said Dis
trict court.
In the District Court of the Fourth
Judicial Diatrlct ef the 8tate of Ne
vada, In and for the County of Elko.
T. J. SWEENEY, H. J. RUTHER
FORD, EDWARD WALDVOOLB,
and N. W. STARR, PLAINTIFFS.
VS.
C. B. JASMIN, as Justice of tha Paaae,
In and for Tobar Township, County
of Elko, State of Nevada, and FI
DELITY AND DEPOSIT COMPANY
OF MARYLAND, a corporation,
aurelty on Official Bond of said C.
E. JASMIN, and H. H. SCHRADBR,
as Constable, in and for Tobar
To wag hip. County of Elko, State of
Nevada, and J. J. KINNEY and C.
L PREBLE, as sureties on the Of
ficial BOND of said H. H. SC1IRAD
BR, DEFENDANTS.
THE STATE OF NEVADA SENDS
GREETINGS TO SAID DEFEND
ANTS:
You are hcroby summoned to ap
, pear within ten days after the servloe
upon you of thla Summons If nerved
i in said County, ?*? within twenty days
j If served out of aald County but #lth
' In said Judicial District, and In all
other cases within forty days (ex
clusive of the day of service) and de
fend tbe above-entitled action.
Said action la brought to recover
a Judgment In the aum of One Thous
and Eight Hundred Forty-three Dol-.
Im ffl <????>, and eeete ef ??*,!
whioh together with the amount at
Judgment will not exceed in the ag
gregate the earn o t fa.0M.00, tor dam
Age* sustained by reason of False lm*
prlsonment described In mid Cam
plaint on file herein, to which said
Complaint reference Is hereby me do
Dated this 20th day of January, A.
D., 1915.
ROBERT B. HUNTER.
Clerk of said Court.
By H. C. SPROULE, Deputy.
James Dysart, Attorney for Plain tUT.
flS-?w.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
f
Elko 0439
Canon City 06001
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Elko, Nevada
February 23, 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Oscar
Miller, of Tuscarora, Nevada, who, on
April 26, 1911, made Carson City des
ert laud application 06001, now Elko,
No. 0439, for the SWK SWK of Sec.
15; the BE* SEK of Sec. 16; the WK
NW14 and NWK SW% of Sec. 22;
and the NEK SEK and EK NEK of
Section 21, Township 40 North. Range
1 52 East, Mount Diablo Meridian, has
Hied notice of intention to make final
F?oof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the register
and receiver of this office, at Elko,
Nevada, on the sixth day of April,
1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William P. Young, of Tuscarora, Nev.
William B. Qrlffeth, of Tuscarora, Nev.
William A. Huntley, of Tuscarora, Nev.
H. Ralph Schmidt, of Tuscarora, Nev.
JOHN B. ROBBINS,
Register.
First publication, Feb. 24, 1915.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Elko 0671
Carson City 06788
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Elko, Nevada
February 17, 1916.
NOTICE is hereby given that
George Scott, of Rowland. Elko Coun
ty, Nevada, who, on February 7, 1912,
made Carson City homestead applica
tion 06788, now Elko No. 0671, under
the Act of June 11, 1906 for .?K
SWK;SW<4 SWK NW14 SEK of Sec.
20; and the NK NEK NWK;' NK
SWK NEK NWK; SEK SWK
NEK NWK; NEK NEK NWK;
NEK NEK SEK NWK of Sec. 29
Township 47 North, Range 56 East,
Mount Diablo Meridian, described in
list 4-338 has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final three year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before the register and re
ceiver of this office, on the fifteenth
day of April, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frederick L. Anderson, of Rowland,
Nevada.
Rea I. Hagenbuch, of Rowland, Nev.
Hiram I. Sails, of Rowland, Nevada.
Richard Sails, of Rowland, Nevada.
JOHN E. ROBBINS,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Elko 0604
Carson City 06553
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Elko, Nevada
February 17, 1915.
NOTICE is hereby given that Fred
L. Anderson,- of Rowland, Nevada,
who, on October 25, 1911, made Car
son City homestead application 06553,
now Elko No. 0604, under the act of
June 11, 1906, for NK SK SK NWK:
SV4 NK SK NWK; NEK NWK
SWK NWK; NWK NEK SWK
NWK; NK SWK SWK NEK: SK
NWK SWK NEK; NEK SWK
NEK; NK SEK NEK; SK SEK
NEK NEK; NEK SEK NEK
NEK Of Seo. 11, Township 46 North,
Range 56 East, Mount Diablo Merid
ian, described in list 4-280 has filed
notice of intention to mako final three
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the reg
ister and reoiver of this office an
the fifteenth day of April, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George Scott, of Rowland, Nevada.
Rea I. Hagenbuch, of Rowland, Nev.
Hiram I. Sails, of Rowland, Nevada.
Richard Sails, of Rowland, Nevada.
JOHN E. ROBBINS.
Register.
First publication Feb. 18, 1916.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Elko 0SM
Ctrson 04135
Department of the Interior
U. 8. Land Office at Elko, Nevada
Feb. 26, 1915.
NOTICE Is hereby given that John
Parkinson, of Charleston, Elko Co..
Nevada, who on August 23, 1909, made
homestead application, Carson City
No. 04235. cow Elko No. 0239, for BK
SEK; C'WK SEK Sec. 15; NEK NEK
Section 22, Township 43 north, range
67 east, ML Diablo Base A Meridian,
l has filed notice of Intention to make
final five year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
the Register St Recelvor of the U. 8.
Lund Office, at Elko, Nevada, on the
seventh day of April, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses :
John M. Prunty, of Charleston, Nev.
Lee C. Smith, of Charleston, Nevsda
George P. Parkinson, of Charleston.
Nevada.
Earl Q. Prunty. r' CI arleston. Nevada.
JOHN ?. ROBBINS.
Register.
MUa aA eagM
f I|1X 17 ? Wv'Tn **1, IHfU.
NOTICI
ION
01910
Klfco, Ntvadt, land Office
March ?. 1J15.
NOTICE la hereby given that John
L. Dartt, of Elko, County of EUto,
State 01 Nevada, has hied In tliia ot- -
use ma application to enter, untfir tiie
provisions of Sections 23iH> and 2X07.
U. S. R. 8., the following described
land, rla:
The NWii ot.NEX of Section 13,
Twp. 40 N., K. 65 E., M. D. B. & M.,
containing 40 acres.
Any and ail persons claiming ad
versely the lands described, or lesir
ing to object oecause of Uie mineral
ciiaraccer ot tne land, or for any otner
reason, to the disposal to applicant,
should file their affidavits of protest
in this office, on or before the 20th
day of April 1916.
JOHN ?2. ROB BINS, Register.
Last Publication April 12.
ORS. HOOD ANO WEST
Physicians and Surgeons
ELKO. ? ? ? NEVADA.
DR. JOHN E. WORDEN
Physician and Surgeon
Office up staire 1st door east of Pio
neer Bldg. Residence until further
notice at office.
Office hours: 10 to 12. 2 to 4 eve.ilnge
Calls answered day or night. Fhone
274.
ELKO, ? ? _ NEVADA
MILTON B. BADT
Attorney-at Law
Pioneer Building
ELKO. ? ? ? NEVADA.
HAROLD P. HALE
Attorney-At-Law
ELKO NEVADA
HENDER80N &CAINE
Attorneys-at-Lsw
ELKO, ? ? ? NEVADA
H. S. I ABER
Real Estate - - Notary Public
Agent for
New York Life Insurance Company
CANTWELL A CARVILLE
C. A. Cantwell E. P. CarvilU
Attorneys-at-Law
ELKO, ? ? ? NEVADA.
ELKO LODGE, NO.15
A. F. & A. M.
Stated communications held or. the
First Tuesday of each month at 8:00
p. m. .All Master Masons In good
standing are cordially Invited to at
tend.
A. L. McGINTY, W. M.
J. F. TRIPPLETT, Bee.
ELKO LODGE NO. 15
K. OP P.
Regular meeting at
Caatle Hall every Thurs
day evening. All brothers
and sojourning brothers respectfully
Invited to attend.
R. B. HUNTER, C. C.
CHAS QARDNER, K. of R. & S.
P-LKO CHAPTER NO. 11
R. A. M.
eqular meeting held on First Thurs
day of each month at 7:30 p m
L. J. WINTERMANTEL, H. P.
J. C. DOUQHTY, Sec.
Ruby Temple No. 6 Pythian Sinters
regular mooting held at K. of P. Hall
on the first and third TuoBday of cach
month at 7:80 p. m.
LILLIAN PORTER, M. E. C.
MARY B. DEWAR, M. of R. & C.
WE8TERN ELECTRIC SHOE 8MOP
FIRST-CLASS REPAIRING OF ALL
STYLES
BOOTS ? AND? SHOES
FRED HENIUCH, ? ? PHOP.
ASK - - -
FRANK ROBINSON
The Leading Painter of Elko
'Phone 435
P. FEDDEMA
Contractor and Builder
Plans and specifications Furnished
Free When awarded contractu
ELKO, ? ? ? NEVADA.
? L ? L ^ ? ij? t ? 1_ _
0. K. Second Hand
Store " ?
We have secured the services of a
first-class plumber, and are prepar
ing to figure on all plumbing jobs.
Workmanship and msterlal guaran
teed.
The Elko
Commission House
? (IINKRAL STORAOff?
Dssrlora Ri Grains, Bran, Corn, Pot*.
teee, Stock Salt, Bto, It*.
Oa Silver Street, South of Wealesai
Paelio Ran read Spur to WamUoose.
Ed Carville, Proprietor
?LKO, ? . ? NCVA?A

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