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F. I. Kremer,
GeneraS_^"
Merchandise
j Just a few words upon the au
spicious occasion in the first
publication in our town, and they"
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Call ort me and see what you can
find; or better yet, see' what you
cannot find; for I attempt to and
do supply anything and every
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COR. CLARK AVE. AND THIRD $T.
LAS VEGAS4 NEVADA,
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The Beautiful....
Las Vegas Rancho
SENATOR CLARK'S FAMOUS RANCH
Will Be Open to the Genera! Public
HAY ist, 8905
The Inauguration Will Consist of a
..Grand BafJ and Supper..
The appointments ill he thorough and conducted as an
l P-Tt» I>ATi; RKSOR'I At. id. a) and healthy spot for
llect cation or Rest. I lathing. Cafe iu connection.
For Terms, Address
Marry r. seale
Las ve<?as - - - Nevada
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MS VEGA?; BASK ft T8DST CO.
CAPITAL 330:000.00
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“THE'PIONEER BANK OF LINCOLN COUNTY “
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V.^ deposit UoSe* for Kent. Gl'O. F. FOLKS'/, i'anUis#
C. H. MORGAN,
biVil; MiniHg Engineer
and Surveyor.
- Mir' Examinations a Specialty.
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Mi E*. t«, - "i rUH.
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<'a Tb rsdiy i at a hurtIih) cal! liooa
ante took out tlo new *ttain Utitlcl
\frga.to fid in rfehrioa < iritck
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■ Via i i v7UI Vl^Of
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2--'.11 arrives from tb<* essl- MmuUy'a,
WetlneidayV, Friday's. Arrival fram
the wta' Tp$*jgf% Thursday V. SaI*
toto'tf’ Mat! ehwea for Ilia cut: tuci
day 8 p. m , T^uriday 8 p. u»n S4>n>d*r
8 p uj Ctoeta for toe »vt**t- Monday
i ta., WedDud'y 8 p.. at.. Friday fi p
Fi’e dr.v nit far the new coal i iai rd
tb« d:pot is tear y completed,, Tit>
. wfltjr InriiitUa • teng Tustiat "ro reatlr
ib vo tt,e I4r» - 1
VEGAS IS GROWING
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The Number of Now Buildihgs
Going up About the Town
—Those Who Built Thom
| MANY MORE TtflTS THAN HOMSib
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But Pormanont Structures are
Taking the Placeof the Ra?
Shack3 and Dumps.
! VEGAS LOOKS MORE UK: A CITY
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_Tlit <»*>n 1,,f r^*1iw gas town
fi'o is townd hlgl er prices. Toe pl.kt
for»be asm* wa< tiled w fi tlio recorder
OB J tnoarv 1.1, ltKO. /
Since that date the r<-el‘y agenll or
dealers have dirp-wed of meiyfwn Lun
dred lota to investors at good prices.
This Interest and demand by investors
is manifest through new building* 1 e ng
ejected daily and the spreading of tents
in all directions. The e tents give the
large area occupied a novel appearance.
The true index to lhat confidence that
denotes the pennan°nt r»sl.lent and
those 'actors that will assure tlie future
of L:n Vegas ie the many subetnnti 1
(buildings that are erected in ft' sections
of the city and at ptiih'S tliHt have r... a*
vet been ilitted Some of the letter
i i i*s buildings are
The Lincoln County Bultlift Wiiks.
of Gedette A Ttlckfield; Butler's furni
ture and nndortskiDg emporium: the
M. C. William's office bu 1 ling nnd resi
dence; the Lae Vegas Birk aad Tru t
company; the Age: the Teague black
smith shop; Doctor Rucker's drug store
an* office; the office hull ling of the
Wright Realty company; the < lotnmg
and hardware e»t<il lament f M. f.
White; 0 I White’s tubher "hop; the
I new frame structure of tie McWilliams
j real estate: a corriga'ed Iron building,
i ot->r<i l*y \V:i Stewart tho Frai.a
Stewart bf xtk, occapieJ by 1? '1 Waite,
the atitlonerr merchant; the bus'ues
place of the Taylor u. McDonald; George
Strong's business f lue; the busi»*a=
site of J. II. Douglas**; the Morgan Haw:
kina salorc; Richard Weston's eol'or:;
Moor A ChanliDn’s saloon, with cor. lea
ted roof; Stotie.'s confectionery; the
r-imnarr'dal b!o»k of F. I. ft'eme- i the
| Crowell Jr Allott business eitablidiment
ths Groe i Light Saloon building, c waed
by J W. Mckenna; t e C liforuli
Ruby or G. II. Uishmlller'a bud ness
plhoc; the Fi>e A llgitiim, corrigated
iron 11 »ck; the Schey building, w.tb fub
stock of clothing and Murphy-* Prut he-,
budding.
WAS A GREAT EVENT
Bali Given Under Auspices of
fha Employe/*’ Club.
The great so? '*; event of I.as V ga
was one of ep'endor.
The ball givea under the auspi.ei of I
the •‘Kmp'oyers ( ! it/' is nno taat wi '
L • ev r memorable to Hi >ne happy | as
licipauta who regaled themrrIvec with »i
measures of j">y aud pleasure that v;iu
only be fe!t aud not dieo . ib U.
It was au ex tmpliotUon of u i tlio-e
characteristics betokening what is belt
and m .stgeniil Lu-Jife. In spirit, deeds
and accomplishmenr. I i the pariicipaate
were ao vxpreision cf tlje o cnex.clhiblo ^
and toiha cro lit of tho»® "ko weie r-a-,
pousiblo for this gala time no*, t o biu> h
pral-* can lie bestowed. To t he observer
tho-e merry maters presented aji tore
of lian.lir ps-fj’ 11 >yue 1 ladiviaaud gantl*
luen. As these to Hie a ry tunes of the
orchestra mored io srn! fro in thoae c;in
binutions that ter«r expre-aive cf the
epiiit of ihu rocauon a vivid p clure wa
presented. The left urea of tht’etcfe.ie*.
the stylo aud happiness. c xpreaicd end
those attributes that pertain to the er -
j liable aud gracious j nrtioipinte weie
inch a* to .jure tin* first great toe.al
teie of Lra Vepai siJe by aids with ti»
best similar events of the country. F»t»m
the sunny south ti the north land and
from ocean to oreau ’here hmbeen noth
ing to surpass Ik.
The pippin? the H|U f»ut sti t e l«w W
pUC3 on »»>e nppar Amif
house of tlAr Armour lee Plan'', The
H nir f pare Mf«>l for the iW at prrfbr
manici by tiie d"»C participants is right
by l'^iftf*. Oae hu odbed and seventy
rive l aoplee were preaent, Inadqit'ot
tnrthe sp'eiiibd array of the rnauy ladies
• u I yoiit!» men fn»ui l as t'egae, thebe
ware present as pailiiUpa h s in tbe^rent
poo l time bed a p ally number ol the
a&ryrjed and prouiiiicn;. rr-H0"** fT l,“
t' OffKon and
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JUDGE RALPH IS BUSY.
Public Officials Who Have De
termined to do Their Duly
The public officials have m«t>Rur*ted
x csmpnitn to extermlna'e tht>e* who
vifl.ve the livr. It is the purport < [
} tluve (uvtodians of pubic i fTCt*
| t > It flirt ibe iaditidu ils w lin jx; ’f >r ao<1
I or commit ary otho- dop-edO'Cna
wd^lSot op r .tc nt f.a- V»c '•
j Jnlge J .rob I. !,>b epr-ya I s an
thorl y a’ouc Iin<f» that plain'v rsv»: • I
veil’, admin * or j -.shrr ia arc ;d with tft •
ofimr.” i, '\j
Darn/ tie *Pt k h htd ocewlon to
sentence J. C. Foey tObiietv days In
limbo for ateaiipg a watch and gun from
a pa: airutr on ibe tram from Calif ate
|io Yifi. l-oley made h:a tec p*1: lie
rl ired tiic vig.li’-te cf bis pur»urt .s l"r
* litre. Lul libpaly hlmntt AUupLyli,
■ v'gi'aaie wastlio tneui.s CT Tv«'a'i"V5 l.im
at Dncget. Jle wte i rongbt baik vr'»U
iti2 pur is! moiil a> abeso a.-Uii u il cud .
! bf tl.o judg '.
.1 H. M Fnd ier who committed n
vii ins ftttsiu’t up< o J. L' It bonds the
foreman of lli« A mi ur lei’, nt on
Sunday er-rting vt« tiied twenty five
do'Urs acd disi harged , if iu rddition'be i
would leave tho state. This. M- TVtfden |
agreed t» do ai d as « iN,oe<*'|uence tbik
bis leave for other partf.
An« tb< r ni f jrinr.s'e at the hands <f
MuAtlio.il James HuMermbD.' He was
au.lty es pi r findings of tl e court of
: throwing attmn unprovoked y through
the wird w of the basin esp'ace cf J. S.
Winner.
Thue renterc i or punishment* by
cour‘, wt f have au »tTe:t upon wrong
do r»,
FUTURE ASSURED
Water in Abundance la Dal ng
Gotten Evervwhore.
The Wisner Development • • tnpaoy fn
experimenting on one ti e uuui or out
wa’cr uiouuds to the we-a oi Imn, to the
end of eecttriufr a fl w of watt r.
The point wt ere the ocmtunr is doing
its worx is about ope mile west i f iiie
b> epriog IP? n which hi . h r.u
abundance cf ;>u-e water t! ws, The
wmk his progressed to the ex cot of a
cut 'over’y-flve f»et bng end a deot’* of
air'll! t‘n Per. Si fiirthe c tnpiuy has
secured a uio i flow of wa'c-.
Tne f r imoters nro 1 jl!y co.itf Jrnt 'hit
he «l!n;r»i-i» a (g-ever d-.ith torn v In* i
has li c i n't- ned si Dr that an atiplo
supply of jf n'd vat r w.ll hi sucuied.
T';o pr> not li .w w»tn the in k done at
tie point justifiis th's roauJeo c
It is the purpi o cf t.ie promoters to
pl^e the wa er i , i fhe nr-s, nt towndt *
fir domestic pose- and irrigutl u
along the line this pt,.e supply.
OUR COUNTY DAD*
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V. ho They Are and How the
C.owd Ll.-ee Up.
T * coil a’y eeat of I molu c. c r y is
at P.o -iie.
'J lie ronntv e pee. it.dm K.
Holder, us^a.ior. j i >b Johu*>u. eh»*.
ill. Heurv i.'tv county recorder and
auditor. II. J. *: MHlrioh, <• iOiiTv dark
and treasurer, l.jnjainln Sindere, dip
trict n;t. rnev and tuperintendeut of
taboo Is. .lauurs Lunnine, Public ad
ittmirriifor and ixidhci-i c rimer. If j
J. Gordon, chairman of the t»ojrd of |
county couiiuiPtioneia, I v«a at l>ehiuia .
Jutiue II. V-ibit, another cauiu '.sji^ncr, I
lives at ibcclie. Georg? U R\*Jwir,'
the third of the board, ndUia at '
Jloapa.
The ooyn’y c„i|i'Tl-olon.-ra meet the
hist Monday cf e:;V!i mon'b.
PROGRESSIVE CITIZEN'S
Two Who Are TUeal Citii-m*
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and Capable Gontiemeh.
Mee.vg. Cop# rnJ Shepherd, of the
Cop-ibl * pLe (1 Lumber (Jo, of title cl*y.
ara two enterprising joucy men. Tt*y
i In I ho oorplna^roatno s of
\ before a ruse brush on the »Us of
tho present <!ty was <] rturbfd eud from
tho conception of the town both min
hsyo, tc;>t step sr\th ,ihe. pro.t-pss end
prosperity of the pier*. They will main,
t»ln pnd c'tillnap tmeondnpt one <^f th»
hrgrst bttuber yerde Nevada aqd wiP
fill the wants and rmet a.I of tPe r*
qalrentmt* c* the needs f t the rapidly
crosring cHyr Acyciv~* basin* b;t!=l no**
tu! anions sr*tb this firm will cfPiuytfjfr
met .v:th cpuitecus trea'u»ent
d'kt;n.'and s.heu ooc • «<
; k :i ro tu
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t tiff M
mm
BEATS.
IMP'S
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Crowell dr Allot!,
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Wholesale and CwLiil
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General Mdrck-nidise*
Lvi-rytliii'ig That Viiii.; or F? -.T.J.
l^VVd Handle Nothing Cut The Cest.
LAS VEGAS, ------ NEVADA,
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r. p Phir.ips, ^ PAMOAT
Es I. b I..*»•!-• Wo«. - — < l*»l Lifi»*«r
PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS.
WE SELL
Agent for the
New Townsite
of bas Vegas.
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THE EARTH.
Mso have a laigtf
| List of Choice
; Fruit bands, irif
l the famous
^Vegas Valley.
ALL QUESTIONS CHEERFUllr ANSIFEED WHITE US
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ivi <’ Kii«t - I v.' '.iz rns Xitioi.il Maui, o’ W*i. rto'vn a. U.
Nevada
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fits Ye* s Eendqa triers fur Dnllfrog,
Las Ve^as Saloon ^arr^
?.nd Roclturant'
) S. W1SNER. Kroon t r.
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t ine Wines, Liquors and Ciu rs. Lunch Counter
Meals at ail hours.
Tlit* (lln»iccbt ami Llest .»f Win**, Liquors
anti Ci »irs to be loan 1 yu the tltsert.
The cosiest ami most comfortable quarters
in the city.
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A. J. FRYE OLE E. RAS8UM
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Clark Ave.. Us Vegas, Nevada
Tfce n»u- *»rt* i* now open ami it«a<!v for nu.MiieM
FURNISHING GOODS LADIFG* GHOFfi
OUTFITTING GOODS GENTS' SHOES
NOTIONS HARDWARE
HATS CROCKERY
CIGARS AND TOBACCO TINT/ARE, ETC
I buy fur 1 ceil for r:nli. C«'urUoua trcitlhent
C-iicJ cn« price i ir ail,
Mr. J.
LAS VEGAS t . - NEVADA
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|un<’e t4*at w# uihj repaic<l to funs!4& UH
P»r1a«j Waters Out* pMLr.it ^ \i:i&
■PPV rquipj>etl to supply' all demandsT
^Tici; th'jjat < f tji-o f.liftHo. »——
mr U&D&TiE TCXM4VI£I1>,
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