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VOL. XXI.
EAST LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, TMIUSDAY EVENING, MARCH 2?, 1000.
NO. ll."
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TREMENDOUS :
STRIKE IMMINENT
Two Hundred Thousand Machln
Ists will Walk out Unless
Granted Concessions.
DEFENSE ON, COUER D'ALENE
Kentucky Democrats Prepare fo
Visit of Mountaineers-Witnesses
In Goebel Case.
IOWA PROTEST AGAINST BILL
Cleveland, Ohio, March . 22 Ma
chinists, employed In more than fifty
establishments, laid down their tools
today. It ia stated that about 2,000
men are out. Should the strike con
tlnue for a few days several thous
and men of other trades will become
idle. The strikers 'declars they will
remain out until their demand for
nine hour day with ten hours pay is
granted.
At four establishments the machln
ista were notified that their demands
had been granted. President 'O' Con-
nell, of the International machinists'
union issued the following statement:
"If a nine hour day is not granted
by the employers to the machinists
throughout the country, there will be
a general strike Involving 200,000 ma
chinists and not a wheel will be turn
d until that concession is made."
President O'Connell left today for
Erie, Pa., to confer with President
Selden, of the National metal trades
association, with a view to bringing
about a settlement pending the ma
chinists' strikes at various points.
SWEARING IN DEPUTIES.
Democrats Swearing In Men to Guard
Goebel Suspects During ' Exam
ination. Frankfort, Ky., March 22 A Jorge
consignment origans and ammunition
was received here today: and -stored
in buildings adjacent to the jail where
we suspects,: Powers, Davla, Whit-
taker and Culton are confined. This
otkrn waa ordered as it . was ' said
armed bodies of men from the, moun
ta'u -counties might om toer4o the
preliminary trials tomorrow and an
aittempt would be made to rescue1 the
prisoners. Adjutant General Castle
man, after a conference with Gover
nor Beckham, -returned to Louisville
today.
Corbln, Ky., March 22 Sheriff
Reese, of Knox county has summoned
ea & witness In the Goebel murder
case, Ella Smith, Jane Catron, Lizzie
Matthews, of Barboursvllle, who are
alleged to have said they heard John
Powers remark that if some one did
not kill Goebel he would do bo.
Frankfort, Ky., March 22 Author
ized statement on behalf of Colonel
David G. Colson was given out today
In which It is stated he knows noth
ing of the alleged confession of Ser
rgeant F. W. Golden or Berry Howard.
Governor Beckham issued orders to
various companies of state guards to
Teport here tonight for the purpose
of protection to the court house and
Jail, during the examining trials to
morrow. If Governor Taylor should
send his soldiers to the court house
also, a clash is feared.
Frankfort, Ky., March 22 Sheriff
Sutter la swearing in 125 special
deputy sheriffs. They will be armed
from the stock of guns sent "from
Louisville.
Those Cape Nome Privileges.
Washington, March 22 Secretary
Root made a brief statement to the
-press today in regard to the action of
the war department granting licenses
to prospectors to dredge the water
front at Cape Nome in search, for
; gold. He admitted that one or' two
:such licenses had been Issued. There
- were a dozen more applications on file,
all of which will be granted. The
secretary explained his authority was
Phased upon the statutes giving the
war department jurisdiction . oyer the
mavieable waters of the United
States.
Netherlands Replies to the Presidents
The Hague, March 22 After ma
ture deliberation the government dis
patched a reply to Presidents Steyn
and Kruger, regretting that It was
unable to comply with the request for
intervention in the South African war,
.-after the formal declaration of the
' British government that intervention
would not be accepted. It was add-
ed, however, that the government of
the Netherlands would always be
ready to support any steps tending J
-:to the restoration of peace. "
.Democratic Leader Renounces Party.
New York, March 22 A special to
the "Tribune," from 1 Washington,
says: Frank Jones, the undisputed
leader of New Hampshire democracy
for a quarter of a century and bosom
friend of ex-president Cleveland dur
ing the latter's twelve years political
activity, renounced all connection
with the democratic party and will
vote and work for MoKinley this year.
"'More than that, I eynfvt to see Mc
"Kinley elected," he satd.
Frick and Carnegie Make Up.
New York, March 22 The "Coni-Tim-'.l
Advertiser" today says:
irritative confirmation v-as ob-
tained today cf the report of a settle
ment, of the contest between Andrew
.Carnegie and H. C. Frick. They
agreed to drop all sufU and signed
articles for a great sttel and iron
combination the details cf which will
be arranged tonight or tomorrow iu
PlUsburj.
GOV. STEUNENBERG TESTIFIES.
The Defense in the Coeur d'Alen In
vestigation Takes the Stand.
Washington, March 22 Un
usual Interest attached to the Coeur
d'Alene investigation today, as the
prosecution, after presenting testi
mony almost uninterruptedly for Ave
weeks, gave way to the defense. Gov
ernor Steunenberg, of Idaho, was the
first called. Examinations was con
ducted by J. C. Cheney, counsel for
the defense. Steunenberg said he
was elected governor of Idaho in 1896
on the people's democratic ticket, hav
ing accepted the nomination of the
democratic convention. He read a
telegram dated April 26th, from Fred
erick Burberidge, of the Bunker Hill
mine, saying an armed mob had stop
ped the Bunker Hill men from work
ing and calling for the protection of
property - interests. He also read
many telegrams to and from the sher
iff and others, showing the steps tak
en to maintain order. The governor
suggested arbitration, but Burberidge
stated that there was nothing to arbi
trate, and again called for protection.
The governor said that he sent a (lis
patch to the president calling for
federal aid, as the Idaho troops were
absent in the Philippines. The gov
ernor said he had been ill prior to the
Coeur d'Alene excitement and being
unable to go in person he sent Bart-
lett Sinclair to the seat of the disor
der. On information from Sinclair
he proclaimed a state of Insurrection
and rebellion existed. The governor
said he cautioned Sinclair not to align
himself with either side. The gov
ernor related in detail thw steps taken
to carry out the proclamation. Ar
rests were made of those reasonably
suspected of complicity in the dis
turbance. Governor Steunenberg said in his
opinion the mining district of Sho
shone county had been in a state of
Insurrection since 1892. Asked what
part the United States troops took in
the arrest and detention of impris
oned miners, . he said . the position
they occupied was the same -as that
the state militia would be occupied
if available. : -
Against the Puerto R lean Bill.
t)os 11 oines.Jowa, .March -22 In the
lower house of the legislature today
a resolution was introduced by Rep
resentative Kendall declaring "the
people ot Iowa are unalterably op
posed to the Puerto Rico tariff bill,
passed by the lower house ot con
gress." After considerable debate
the resolution was adopted by a
unanimous vote.
Receiver for Appleton & Co.
New York, March 22 Justice
Bishoff, of the supreme court, today
appointed J. Hampden Dougherty re
ceiver for D. Appleton & Co., pub
lishers, on the application of Daniel
Frltchard, a stockholder. The bond
was fixed at $150,000. Liabilities
$1,110,000. Assets consist of stock
and accoutns.
. "Sapho" Indicted.
New York, March 22 The grand
jury reported an Indictment against
Olga Nethersole, Theodore Moss,
Marcus Mayer and Hamilton Revelle
charging them with offending public
decency In the production of the play
"Sapho." , .-
Osman Pasha Very Much Alive.
Constantinople, March 22 There is
no truth in the report published In
the United States that Osman Pasha,
hero of Plevna, is dead. He has been
sick, but is now improving. -''
Admiral Dewey at Macon, Ga.
Savannah, Ga., March 22 Admiral
and Mrs. Dewey left today on a spe
cial train for Macon.
Dr. F. C. Ahlers' dental office now
located in Center block, Eat Las Ve
gas. Hours 8:30 a. m. to 12 m.; 1:30
p. m. to 8 p. m. . 90-tf
Notice of Removal.
' I have moved my dental parlors to
a suite of 'rooms' in the Crockett
block, where I will be found during
office hours. DR. CLYDE DECK1CR
- - v 105-tf.
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Garden Hose and Implements,
k 1 Wire Cloth,
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And don't forget vc have a few first
class Steel Ranges !;ft r.t Co;t Price.
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GENERAL OATACRE
" IS DEFEATED
Repulsed by General OllverNear
Bethulle, Losing Heavily
with Many Captured.
SHALL FIGHT NEAR MAFEKING
South African Chief Takes Part
to Help the British Near
Mafeking.
BOERS BURN UP P0MER0Y
London, March 22 Lord Roberts
telegraphed from Bloemfontein, under
date of March 21st: "So many bur
ghers have expressed a desire to sur
render under the terms of the last
proclamation that Isient some columns
in various directions to register their
names and take over their arms. A
cavalry brigade has gone to eastward
to Thahanchu. A detachment ' from
Springfonteln occupied - Smlthfield,
where some Tranevaalers and a wag
on with arms and ammunition were
captured. Scots': guards ore at Eden-
burg and Reddersburg. General
Clements' brigade is marching hither
by way of Phllipopolls and Faure-
smith."
Kroonstadt, Orange
March 20, via Pretoria
The Boers, commanded
Free State,
March 22
by - General
Olivier, engaged- the British troops
under General Gatacre, In the vicinity
of Bethulie, repulsing the British with
heavy loss, and capturing many.
Burghers are arriving here in great
numbers. General De Wet arrived
today. Desultory fighting with Col.
Plumer's column occurred near Gabe-
rones.
London, March 22 The report of
General Gatacre's defeat by the Boers
Is", hot believed here. The last ad
vices placed Gatacre about thirty
miles north of Bethulie where .. the
Boer report says he .was defeated.
Lobatsl, March 16 The Boers un
Mafeking .' towards Lobatsi. Colonel
SnVman, are advanclagJn force from
Mafeking towards Lobatsi. Colonel
Boodle .made a reconnalsance, March
13, and found Pitsani and Pothlugo oc
cupied by tiwi. Boers. He' made a
demonstration on March 14,' and
found the . Boers in strength at a
sharp curve in the railroad. They
had mounted -a. gun-off'thV'line' and
lying In wait for the construction
train. -BriBls. firing occurred a few
miles south of Lolatsl on the morn
ing of the 15th " when the Boers'
Maxim was freely ' used. Colonel Bb
dle came In touch with the Boers just
in time to prevent the camp being
surprised. The " Boers attacked the
advance party, captured a few boxes
of ammunition and nearly secured a
Maxim. Lieut Tyler was killed and
Lieut. Chapman ' was captured.
Col. Bodle coming up put the Boers
to flight with heavy loss. The Boers
yesterday were within a few miles of
Lobatsl. Yesterday afternoon the
Boers pressed closely on Col. Plumer's
main camp and kept up a hot fire with
a Maxim, killing one white man and
one native. They placed a Maxim
and a twelve and a half pounder, on
a hill on the east side of the line and
four thousand yards 'from the camp.
The British right is protected by
Chief Bathieon, who warned- the
Boers not to enter his territory. Col.
Plumer's present endeavor is to in
sure the : safety of the - railroad
north of Lobatsi, and watch well the
left flank. It ia probable that before
the Boers trek towards Pretoria, they
will tackle the Rhodesians in force.
It is reported that the burghers are
abandoning the environs of Mafeking.
leaving only a sufficient number of
artillerists to man the big guns.
There are none at Ramathlabara
where they were supposed to have a
base Col. Plumer's scouts were . at
Ramathlabama yesterday. The usual
Mafeking dispatches are overdue, but
no anxiety is felt on that score. - Dy
namite explosions .wrecking the rail
way, are proceeding south of Lobatsl.
Allwal North, Cape Colony, March
22 Commandant Olivier left Smith
field two hours before the British
.
Elastic
Dollars
You will be surprised at
the way your money willj
stretch the moment youj
put it into our 3
it'll Ity
a Hardware.
If,
r.
Wire Screens,
Ice Cream Freezers, Etc.?
m
scouts arrived, lie only siKicioJ.
la injuring about ISO nna to &;: j.'ti
! ptny lilm. nwsUy liwurg- r.t culm!.-.
. Frte Staters refused to go with him
and are returning to their farms,
Loudon. Man h 22 In reply to the
mayor of Caje - Town's request tj
ainke "Maft-king relief day" a public
holiday, . Premier Spreiner wrote,
"May the holiday, come soon and
may the spirit of general good will
and kindly consideration prevail lat
er." The "Times" published a dis
patch from Lorenso Marques which
quotes President Steyn as saying that
the Bofrs could continue the struggle
for six months' longer. A special dis
patch from Durban says the town of
Poraeroy, thirty miles east of Lady
smith, has been burned by the Botra
who took up a strong position in the
hlllswith a force estimated to num
ber 5,000 men.
London, March 22 It Is learned
that no jiew peace overtures have
been made to Lord Salisbury, nor are
any expected at present Telegraphic
correspondence has been confined to
the treatment of the British prisoners,
Lord Salisbury holding the presidents
of the South African republics respon
sible. AGAIN FAILED.
Efforts to Arrive at An Understanding
on Puerto Rlcan Bill Are Futile.
Washington, March 22 This is the
concluding day ot the debate on the
Loud bill. rMoon, of Tennessee,
opened the discussion for the opposi
tion. - Loud, in charge of the bill, an
nounced that Moody, of Massachu
setts, would close the debate tor the
supporters of the bill in an hour's
speech.
Bulletin The house re-ebmbkted
the Loud bill to the committee on
postofflces and post roads by tote of
148 to 96. - .
Washington, March 22 Renewed
efforts were made today to secure an
agreement on the Puerto Rlean bill.
Friends of the measure are still con
fident but the oponents on the re-t
publican1! side stated positively that
the house tariff provision eould not
go through.' - . ' '. s
Washington, March 22 The sen-
ate then took- up the conference re
port on the Puerto Rlcan appropria
tion bill. Bacon, of Georgia, objected
to the changes made in the confer
ence. The report would, he said,, in
dicate 'mutual concessions. But
analysis would show .the senate had
yielded - practically L everything and
the house nothing. -r .
Washington, March 22. Bacon want
ed" free' trade' with Puerto Rico and"
anted quickly. Foraker announc
ed it was the intention to ask . for an
early vote on the Puerto Rico goyern
merrit1)illt An Up-to- Date Stock Ranch.-;
S..L." Pfenard and -Miguel Romero of
Union county have purchased the Ni-
canor Herrera ranch comprising
about 1,000 acres of first-class grai
lng and tillable land nine tniles south
ot the' city. ' The purchasers expect
to seed a major part of it in, alfalfa
this spring and make ; general im
provement in the way of & new house(
out 'houses, fencing, etc. They ex
pect to establish feeding pens on the
ranch for both cattle and sheep and
as the proprietors are both large
sheep and cattle owners, they will
likely fatten ".their ,own stock . for
the market and will build up a bus!-,
ness enterprise which in itself will
no doubt prove successful and will
be a stimulus to encourage like en
terprises in this section of the country.-,
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- "The Burglar,"
' The hour is midnight, when, in the
most fashionable5 quarter of. the. city;
the sumptous (home of one of the best
known editors has been forcibly en
tered by a burglar. The Inmates
peacefully " slumber ' unconscious of
danger- all but' a little tot of eix years
whose acute ears have discerned , -a
noise unusual at that time of night
Too innocent 16 foe conscious of dan;
ger she leaves her room and entering
the family eltting Vfcoom ' suddenly
confronts the burglar, who noiselessly
a3 possible is securing the family sil
ver, when to his surprise he becomes
conscious of the litte one's presence.
With pistol in. hand, approaching the
child and alert for an outory his sur
prised ears are greeted , with the ex
clamation: , "Don't be afraid, Mr.
Burglar, 1 won't hurt you." Follow
ing this Is one of the -most effective
scenes In Augustus Thomas'- famous
play, "The Burglar." at the opera
house, Saturday, March 24th. ...
Three ' new - sub-stations of the
weather bureau have been designated.
They are at Ojo Caliente, Taos coun
ty, in charge of Hon. Antonio Joseph;
at Jemez Hot Springs, Bernalillo
county. In charge of J. . F.' Wenborn;'
at . Fort Stanton, Lincoln county, in
charge of the United States marine
service. - .
.It is very hard to stand idly by and
see our dear ones suffer while await
ing the .arrival of the doctor. An
Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a
drug store there for a doctor to come
and see his child, then very sick with
croup. Not finding the doctor in,, he
left word for him to come at once on
lus return. He also bought a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which
he hoped would give some relief uniij
the doctor should arrive. In a few
hours he returned, saying the doctor
noed not cotne, as the child was much
better. The druggist, Mr. Otto Scholi.
says the family has tinea recommend-
CI .iml rI,.Vs C-'-.ill r-nedy to
ti.eir noigibo's d U until he
1 is a constant demand for it from
t. I irt .ft?' en" '-y. Fur. e&le. by
T v. r, o . ' t
iv si i:Jsiion3.i oEtnk.
: LAS VEGAS, NEW MEXICO.
; JCrriUA S. RAYNOLDS, President.
JOHN W. ZCLX.ARS, Vic-Prtsident. A. B, SMITH, Cashlo
t. F. ADAM3, Assistant Cashier. ,
; Accounts received subject to check;
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Interest paid on time deposits.
l7o Gall Your Attention
To the fact that we have one of the
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Swellest Lines of Clothing if
For lxth men and
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, all. styles and shapes. If you are in
'. need of a spring- suit or hat, we can fit
you out.
FOX b HAREI;
Sixth Street.
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, Advertised Letter List.
' Th following list of letters remain
ed iy-caliei for in this office for the
week tailing March 22d, 1900.
Andrews Walter Knox, J. S.
Brown, Anna
Baldwin. J. B.
Cal'v'frt, N.
Dehnis, Conn
Evans, A. .
Lopez, Francisco
Middleton.E. J.(2).
Mills, Zadie
McNeal, B.F.
Neito, Antonio
Gohiales, MargarltoNolan, F. R.
Hai-ris, Delia Ortega, Jose
Hydes, Ross Odgers. Lily
Jooco.Fanny Mrs. Sanldad, Emeyo.
V X KL pARRUTH, P. M.
To Cure a Cold in Cne Day,
. Take laxative Bromo Qulnma Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if It falls to cure, 25c. Th genuine
has L. B. Q. on each tablet. 214 fim
; -- New Road Vehicles,
Aicar, load of rubber-tired phaetons,
stanhopes, surreys, spring and road
wagon?, just unloaded at the Bridge
street stables. Call early and . make
your choice. These vehicles were
care'ully selected from five of the
leading carriage manufactories in the
United States. Call and Bee or ad
dress, , .' " '
V ' M. L. COOLEY, Prop.
Of the Bridge street stables,, 113-10t
i- Seeds In Bulk. v . .
1 It will soon be time to buy tout
law garden arid 'flower seeds. ' A. 3,
Ventz,; Successor ; to A. WeiU Bridge
street, has just received a full line of
fresh eeeds of all kinds in bulk, and
onion sets. To ,be on. .the" safe side,
purchase bulk seed., every time. .
. A. J. VENZ & CO.
102-lm ; v .. .- Bridge St
. The'' well-known -, and thoroughly
reliable dining .parlors, at the Plaza
hotel, continue. to serve as good meals
as can he gotten anywhere. The
meals are 'wholesome and well cook
ed, and are prepared by Mr. and Mrs.
A.- Duval. Crisp" celery, grown at the
Duval garden, and pure ke cream,
made from - fresh, clean, rich milk,
from -the" proprietor's private dairy,
are regularly served. " 110-tf
Do You Want Good Reading?
Orders taken for any magazine,
periodical, book or newspaper on the
market Golf goods kept in stock.
76-3m ' " MRS. M. J. WOODS.
News and Stationery, Sixth etreet. .
DUNCANOPERAHOUSE
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Saturday Night, I) I
A FAMOUS PLAY,'
Till; lil liliLlR
v; 100 KiQhts tri tew York City, . :
; at the -
MiDISOS 1 SQUARE THEATRE.
MR; AUGUSTUS THOMAS'
j'4Four Act Comedy Drama
from' the story of '
EDITHA'5 BURGLAR,
By Mrg. Frances Hodgson Burnet.
- ..Direction of W. ,W. Craig. ,
PRICES: '50c,75c, $1.00.
CURTAIN, 9 P. M.
EliDorado
Restaurant,
Hiss f'yrlls Foots, Lessss.
The Best Meals Served In
the City.
Service excellent. Th e best of every
thing on the tables.
Bleals 25c.
EL DORADO HOTEL, Grand Ave.
T ho Las Vegas L i m o
-a Cement Company,
PAEUO JARAMiLLO, Sole Owner.
Old Relia! le I i,-e Co.; trft ' ot
i:)aiV't. Iejsj OiJvs nt ,..t f !
K-.hto3ice new statnl.
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. . -air. . i tl i t, ... i. t ... ,. i
P. OBOX IWl' 1 , . .4, .!j
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bovs. Also Hats in
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Ladies' and Gentlemen's
FINE TAILORING.
ALL WORK
Done at Home
and Satisfaction
Guaranteed.
Also Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gar
ments cleaned, pressed and repaired.
THEODORE ARNST; .
Sixth Street. Merchant Tailor.
The Place to Board
is at
illiModel'i
Good Cooking.
Good Service.
Everything the market affords.
Mrs. Win, Coin, ,
Propriatreaa.
. BaUroad A.Tnu,
THE SIXTH STREET MARKET
has been re-opened in the old
stand, on Sixth street, apposite
the San Miguel notional bank.
Commutation Tickets
. . of$3.00aiHl$ft.OO
will be sold at 5 per cent dis
count for cash Kansas City and
. Domestic Beef, the best of Pork
and Mutton, Game and Poultry
in season, in fact, everything per
taining to
4 FIRST-CLASS SIJOP
Can Be Obtained. ,
N. J. DILLON. Prop'r.
CHAS. R. HENDERSON
Funeral Director
and Embalmer. ,
109 Railroad Ave , next to Western
Union Telegraph Office,
Colo. 'Phone 22. Las Vetfas 200
East Las Vegas : : New Mexico1
. Stopped School
1 on Account of n
3, Their Eyes.
How often do we
hear these word
evt ir school year?
It means that there exists some defect
of the eye that needs correction. If eyes
are fitted with proper lenses at the be
ginning of this trouble, tue trouble will
end there.
Consultation and fitting FREE.
JAMES A. NABB,
Braduala Cotician.
UOffleeIn Mrs. Wood's book store,blxth St.
1 iuutt LjIlh Vegas, M. SI.
Picture Moulding
JUST KECEIVED
j QaarttrCaks, PMo Frames,
Mat and Mountings.
g GEO. T. HILL, I
P Home 'Phone 140 12th & National
TKE FUCE TO BOARD
18 AT THE
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1 SmS
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RTICH
CO. u
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$ , Just Arrived,
I A Bright Line of New Styles,
! 58c $3.50
A cordial invitation is extended to those who
I wish to compare Prices and Qualities.
N. B. We take pleasr'
O will retain possession of ou;
ciri'Sffl
BROWNE & IVIANZAIMARES
COMPANY
Wool, Hides, Pelts.
, , DEALERS IN
All Kinds of lative Produce
Plows, Harrows, Cultivators,
McCormick's Mowers and Reapers
" i
Gray's Threshirig Machines.
Hay Rakes, - -
Grain and Wool Bags,
Baling Ties, Fence Wire, Etc
Navajo Blankets.
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.
o A.r,TFOisr jjl
ajst u IT A FT-mT?,TSr
DRIED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
East Las Vegas, N. M.
i
San flgue National Bank,
OF LAS
Capital Paid in
Surplus -
, OFFICERS:
J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President.
FRANK SPRINGER, Vlce-Predident.
D. T, HOSKINS, Cashier. -F.
B. JANUARY, Assistant Cashier
fgrlNTEBEST PAID ON TIMB DKP08IT8-f
THE LAS VEGAS
SAVINGS BANK -
Paid up capital, $30,000.
4 CV8aVa yonr earnings by jJeposlting thum in the Lit Vf ai Satiwoi
3 Bakk, where they will bring you an income, "Every dollar saved in two dollar!
made." No deposits received of less than $1. Interest paid on all deposits ot
$5 and over. , -. ..
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The only insurance company operating under a state law of non forfeit
ure, providing for extended insurance in case of lapse after three years. Has
given better resnlts. in settlement with living "policy holders for premiums
paid than any other company. ,. . '
Death claims paid with the utmost promptness and dispatch. Writes
any form of policy that may be wanted, and every poUcy contains the mo,
liberal terms and best advantages.
0. H. ADAMS, Manager,
, New Nexico,-Arizona and Northwest Texas,
- PHOENIX. ARIZONA.
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