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Service ! ! Hanking sorvlco means uiuro Until the mere ac ' cep la me of an account. ! I Our primary objoct la to aatlafy each Individual depositor, and, as far as conslatent with good bunk ! • log, to carry out his desires. ♦ The service of the First National Rank la baaed <£ on fnlr and courteous treatment to every patron. 2 Judicious and Intelligent Investment of Its funda X aaaurca full protection. J | The First National Bank t TRINIDAD. COLORADO psassmasi ——■“ For Sale or Rent New. two-room houee* Colorado Are., and Alta atreet. Will •ell for $4BO $lOO down, balance monthly payment!. Lota u 80x 150. Dandy new five room bonae on San Jnan near Colorado Ave. $2,- 150.00 $2OO down, balance monthly payment!, like rent -200 beastiful bonding lota, located in different parte of the city. Xoat of ihem can be aold on payment. Buy now. Build later. If yon wnnt Din, Life. Accident Ininrance. or Surety Bond*- don t foil to call at the ground floor real eatate office. The Home Security-Investment Company Imurance. Lout- Real Eatate. Bond*. S. C. lIAL.L. I*re*ldent. Ground floor. Firn Notional Bank Building. EDWAHD D. WIGHT, President. I>. P. JONES. Vlce-PreeldenL W. R. CHAPMAN. Ceehler. It. K. lIOLUJWAY. V-Prea. C. R. RAPP. AaaUtant Cashier. *lhe Trinidad National Bank Capital s 100,000.00 Surplus and Profits AG0.000.00 DIIIHCTOIIS: B. D. Wight H. K. Holloway W. J. Murray Philip Hchueldor D. P. Jones W. R. Chapman w« will be pleeeeil to hayo your bualneee and otter every ae eommodatlon eoneletent with eate kaultlag. Interaat paid on tlmo deposits. HONEY Pure Sun Flower Talley Honey. y 2 comb*. 35c. Strained honey very VhVMV ■ULa fine in pint*, quirt* and one-half f/V\ Our Prices f/V] r Yf are Always V\\ JX Rfeht Phone BjBHRBH 527 Trinidad North 546 Cotn'l St. “THE ROSARY" Direct from its successful throe nioutliß' run lu Chicago, "Tho Ros ary"’ a beautiful new play from the poem of Edward E. Rose, and pro duced by the well known theatrical managers, Messrs. GasklU and Mnc- Vlttv. will he presented at the West theater next Sunday. October 27th. One can see the of feet of thought upon the different Individuals who witness the performance. One char acter Is that of a business man who Is happily married to a wife who loves him, hut his thought Is wrong, lie harbors fear, doubt, and unbelief In the good that lies all around him. He loses all—fortune, home, wife — even his own self respect. How does It nil end? <Jo sue "THE ROSARY." Chronlele-New.4, soe per nr.ntih. SPECIAL FLOUR SALE For One Week, Beginning Today Call us for particulars Throe sfrf itXKSH L hree Stores St ° r ** WDAY >. ARM AMPUTATED BECAUSE OF CANCER Joseph Onrela, formerly of this city, brother of County Clerk Sam Garcia and who holds a position In the stutc house in Denver, has suf ffered the amputation of Ills left arm as the result of a cancer. The can cer developed a few mouths ago and the amputation of the arm was the only means of saving the young man’s life, in this misfortune the youg man has the sympathy of his host of friends in this city and coun ty. Annual Y Ulowe’en Ball bv H. L. A. S. at Madden’s Hall Oct. 31 0 title for Mcaaallncv and fancy cllks —.la m logon’s. _ THE CHRONICLE NEWS, TRINIDAD, COLORADO. PERSONALS I, C. White of Itatou is In the city on u short business trip. I*. .1. Coolt spent the ufteruuou iu Terclo on a short business trip. E. 11. Wfitxel of Pueblo Is lu 111* city on a few duys’ business trip. 11. E. Moreuu of Deliver is lu the city on a few duys' business trip. C. 11. Creech of Deliver Is In the city looking after buslnes interests. 8. \V. Dellusk of lloeline was In the city today looking after business matters. Dr. K. J. Foreman left i-V after- j noon for (Tray, on a few days’ busi ness trip. Mrs. Kils McPhuil returned to Shumway this afternoon after a few hours in this city. Charles lleuehst returned to Pry or this afternoon after a short busi ness trip In this city. \V. Grout of the Vlrtor-Auierlcnn Fuel I'oinpauy. war in the city today looking after buslnes* matters. Mrs. J. P. Ealtelle bus returned after ,i short visit in Denver and In the northern purt of the state. A T. Thoniimon left this after noon for lloweii, where he will spend a few hours on u short business trip. R. J. Mutt Ison of Pueblo arrived In the c'ty this morning on a days' busluehs trip in Trinidad and vicin ity. Wallace Jamieson return'**.! today from Rocky Ford where h*» spent o few days looking after business mut ters. Mrs. Carl Parks returned to Lud low this afternoon after a short shopping and visiting trip In this city. Mike May of Denver, formerly of this city, arrived lust night for a I hurt vlidi with i) fcitiveji and friends. Mis* Vivian llcdgcock of Las Ve gas. New Mexico, arrived In ih.* - It J* this morning for a short visit wt h friends. Mrs. J. C. ltcnuett left this after noon for Aguilar where sho will spend a few day* visiting with friends. Mrs. Gum Neltska left this morning for Tabasco where she will rpenu a day visiting with her sis e.\ Mrs. Mewart. Jesse Rube and tinier Isccinaater of the Rube Candy Company of Pueblo are in the city calling on local customers. T. 11. Bowen of Denver and for merly a resident of Trinidad, arrived In the city this morning on a few days' business trip C. 8. Hughs salesman for the llnusman Drug company and George Ifausnian left this afternoon for Lynn on a short business trip. Mrs. If. 8. Van Slyck ’eft this morning for Raton for n day's v’sit with her son and his wife. Mi. and Mrs. Kenneth Van Slyck. William Jamieson return*-! this morning from the Model Land where he spent a day looking nfte*- land Interests in (list locality. A. P. Anderson returned Hits morning on the C. it S. from Denver where he spent a few days Icokh.g after legal business mutters. Mrs. A. K.: Lettou and daughter Pearl of Raton spent the day In this city visiting with Miss Adah Fowl-r. They will leave tonight for \mar'llo. Texas, for n few weeks’ .‘s't with relatives. Mrs. It. D. Rogers and two children of l,aiuar. Missouri, arrived in the city last evening for a visit with Mis. Rogers' mother. Mrs. C. C. Lias. They expect to bC lu the city several weeks or a mouth. W. W. Wilson of the Xutional llls cult company will arrive iu the city this evening from different place* In New Mexico. Mr. Wilson will remain here visiting with his wife until the first of the week. W. O. Myers of Ituffulo and uncle or Harry and Ed Zimmerman, Mrs. H. Hloom and Mrs. James Kh|k>.v are in the city visiting with relatives. Mr. Myers Is stopping at the home of l)r. James Espey on Main street. Fred P. Ha vies returned this loom ing from New York City and other eastern cities where he spent the past six weeks visiting with rela tives. Mr. Baylcs made the trip on the water from Galveston *o Mow York. C. K. Hassell of Kansas City, son in-law of Mrs. Johan Moore, of this city, arrived In Trinidad for a abort visit with relatives. He »vlr| he Joined tonight by his wife who has been visiting 1u California for the past month Mias Mildred Lilt roll left thin aft ernoon for her home In Weston, where she will s|>end Sunday Plait ing with her parents, t Miss LlttrcTl Is a student in the Bt. Joseph’s Acad emy In this city and will return the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. 11. G. Frnnkcnber ger of Clmmaron, New Mexico, have returned from lowa where they spent several weeks visiting with their son. Rev. Frankcnbergcr and wife. They stopped for a short visit in Kansas and left for their home in Clmntarron, this morning. Mrs. John Fotherlngill of Kansas City arrived In Trinidad several days ago from different places lu Cali fornia. where she spent a month touring the state. Mrs. Fothcrlugil! will spend a few weeks in Trinidad visiting with her mother. Mrs. Jonah Moore, before returning to Kansas City. Have you started that savings with us yet ? 1( not, you are losing money every day lJojt low I Commercial Savings Bank F. It. Wood left Hu-, afternoon on the C. and 8. for I aver, where ho will remain until tin first of the week looking uftci buslucm Inter ests. \V L. Iluidlrk. g* iicrnl passenger agent for the Baiita Fe, left this morning for Denver •ft»*r a few days* business trip In Trinidad and vi cinity* Mr. and Mrs. R. 1 Moses and daughter Mildred of Cokcdale left this afternoon for Pueblo, where they will spend Sunday visiting with friends. Mr. und Mrs. J. If Hughes of Den ver left for the capital city today, after a abort buslu* trip In Trini dad and vicinity. Mr. Hughes is general paoaencer agent for the C. It. and Q. To My Patrons and Friends Tlie very micrcaMul auction sale which lias been going on for the paat two jvecka at my store will draw to a close Saturday night. Oct. 2titb. I wish to thank nil those who have helped make this sal** a success and sincerely hope 1 may lie favored with your continual patronage when we have our new holiday goods In place. Don’t forget Hint our optical department will continue to do the best work In the ettv as heretofore. \vo have n private optical fittlug room.—E. L. Allen. Jeweler and Op tician.—Adv. Kuvcr says lie’s too busy making g*hiil thing* for P’uiidny eating to pay any attention to politics. 1 SUNFLOWER VALLEY CLUB TO GIVE DANCE AT HOEHNE The opening dance of the season of the Sunflower Valley club will he hclil tomorrow ei'ning nt George’s hall In lloehm*. These dances were extremely iiopulnr last winter, and ure expected to he well received tills winter. George s I .all has been un dergoing many iii.piovemeiits during the past few mouths, a new floor hns been, laid, and other Improve ments that will add to the comfort of the guests have been made. Light refreshments will served through out the evening, and a most enjoy able time is anticipated. Some 20* or more Trinidad people expect to at tend the dunce. Democratic Candidates Speak Here Saturday ' The state and <on» grcsslonal candidates wi'i Invade Las Animas county Saturday. Ed ward Keating, Democrat •• ear.dldi to for congressman from th«* second district, and Rliooy Kenehin. the Democratic candid.itde fo- state au ditor. Will speak in Trinidad The meeting will be li* Id at the Trinl dad High School, the West Theatre having previously been ecu red by the Socialists Tor the address o' their vice-presidential candidate, Kmtl Sei del. of Milwaukee. Former Governor Charles 8. Thom as, Democratic candidate for state senator for the short term will ad dress the voters at Axullas Saturday night. Governor Thomas spoke In Trinidad Just before the openlu,; ot the campaign. Apfel nays he wants everyo.ilv to come to his bakery tomorrow and get some of his famous pumpkin, lemon and cocoanut cream nles 1 TAFT DOES TO BOSTON - Roland Springs. Me.. Oct. 2o President Taft's vacation was brought to an end today with the completion of his Maine trip. Ac companied by Mrs. Taft and Miss Helen Taft, he left for lloston today. PRESIDENT OF SANTO DOMINGO TO RETIRE Washington. Oct. 25.—President Victoria of the Dominlclau republic again hi whose administration n re volt hns been directed has announc ed his Intention to retire July 1. 19H, to private life, says a dispatch to the State department odny. In he same proclamation sets May. 1911, ns the time for holding a new election. CONCERT PROGRAM A concert, confuting «»f numerous inuKlcHl number* liy the bout local talent, will Im» rlvcii tonight. In the Tlrsi PreHbytcrlun church for tlio benefit of the choir fund. A churn* of’forty volcch will klvc cevcral ntitn bci'M ami holoii anil Inalruinontal koloh will be rendered by local mimic lan*. The best talent locally will take part, ami tbe inuKicnl will.umlubiiteilly be one of the best ever Riven In Trini dad. The program will be given a* follows: Plano Itiict, "Le* Prelude* ’, Liszt Mlsse* Clark and Harlan Ladies’ Trio. ’ The \\ aterlily”. Abt Misses Moses. Parker and lluiigh Contralto Solo <a» "Coma Down Laughing Streamlet", Spross: <b» "A Creole Lullaby”, .lolinson—Mis. .1. II llnrnes. Plano Solo. "The Souvenir Vlen nols”, Sehuetl—Ptof. Kuril. Soprano Solo. "Hn/g On”. Detizit— Mrs. It. K. ('handler. Trio, "Wnlzer from Pallet, 'Dorn irdnehen". TVchalakowaky• Organ-- Mrs. Fanny K. Mtirdorii* piano - Misses Clark ami Parian Quartette, "The Pose Is Weeping for Her Jsivo”. Challlnor —Mesdamea Chandler und Parties, Messrs. Stone and Mullis Contralto Solo. "Vcl chi sapote tfrom Marriage of Figorui. Mozart Mrs. Kduu L. Parreti. Violin Solo. "Souvenir de Pos en”. Wienisw-ski —Prof. Carl Steven son. Tenor Solo. "For You Alone ”, Ueehl—Frank P. Stone. Chorus, ta I "Annie Laurie", Dud ley Puck; Ihi "The Itosary”, Ncvlu —Director, Mrs. It. K. Chandler; ac companist, Mbs Harlan. CLIO CARO CLUB Mrs. W. A. Fallon entertained the members of the Clio Card r.Ti yes terday afternoon at one of the most delightful meetings of the reason. Bridge was the feature of the after noon. and the first prize was won by Mrs. Fallon, and Miss Viola Lunney was awarded tile eotiMolatlon prize. After a gaum a course luncheon was served at the card tablet* by the hos tess. Mrs. ('. 11. Ashen wan the gu«*»i of the dull during the after noon. HYPATIA CLUB The Hypatia Club will meet tomor row afternoon at 23A o'clock at the lictne of Mrs. llcmlrlckHnn on Pine st rcet. KERRY AFTERNOON CLUB Mrs. J. If. Roberts Is entertaining the members of the Merry Afternoon elnli this afternoon at her home on Park street. The afternoon was spent in a social way and the hoatess serv id dainty refreshments. TRES JOLI CLUB Mrs. J. Tennyson was hostess yes- I ter day afternoon to the member* of the Ties Jofi club, nt her home on Nevada avenue. The Indies spent tbe afternoon In sewing and in a so cial way. The hostess was assisted In serving refreshments by Mrs. A C. Crons. The guests of the club for the afternoon were Mesdames P L. Dawson, A. C. Cross. Owen Williams- Null ami Read. W. R. C. MEETING The W. It. C.’will meet tomorrow Mfternou at 2:30 o’clock at Castle Hall. All members are urged to be present. Business of Importance. ROYAL ARCANUM Regular meeting Friday night at Castle llall. All members urged to come out ns there Is special business. Vllstlng members welcome. Come out and hear the new orchestra. 2 09c Silk Sale —Saturday the Iasi ilay—Jamieson's. 1 Baltimore Seal (hipped oyatera— Hcy-Fattenon Market. tf. HALLOWE'EN SOCIAL By Baptist V. I*. I', at aft.1 IMi t. Tuesday eve.. Oet. !!*. No charEC. Freo will offering. Ilallowo’ct* stunts and games. Lunch served Kvcryone Invited. JJ Greatest values oxer offered in good silks, 09c for fl.no and ft.25 values. Saturday the last day.— Jamieson's. I Roll films developed 10c. Hacks. 25c. Greens' Drug Store. 10 09c. Silk Sale—Rig values —Satur- day—Jamieson's. 1 DUNHAM-BOWLDEN A wedding which ruine as n sur prise to their friends, occurred on October 13 at Segundo when Miss Lulu May llowlden, granddaughter of Justice of the Hence C'. A. Rowers was married to Harry J. Dunham. The weddliif. was quietly performed and the frlends of the happy couple knew nothing of tin* affair until a day or two ago. The bride is a pretty and popular resilient of the city and the groom is employed by the local light and power company. Baltimore Seal (hipped oy.tert — Hey-Patteraon Market. tf. OCTOBER 25. 1012. Bay them Now While Stock la Complete Heaters *1.50 <o *35.00 Ranges *27.00 <u *55.00 Cooka *lO.OO ••• *20.00 Satisfaction Guaranteed Crancer Hirdware Company 117 Eaat Main St. Pb. T. 86 Supplies We carry a full line of everything for the automobile. Presto light und tire tanks in stock. 11. exchange 83.00 K, exchange .. . . *2.75 The Trinidad Novelty Works Phone Trinidad 128. A. E. BRYNING Contractor and Builder ESTIMATE QIVKN Phone Trinidad 982 or Red 2181 u■-■ 1— GENUINE MAZDA TUNGSTEN LAMPS Superior In Quality Not So Eaaily Broken Coata No More. $5 Hot Poiut Iron* For $3.50 Thia Week- Trinidad Gas and Electric Supply Co. l-li. Trln. 7a. 212 K. Main. Young Men's Shoes ifsSpfpJ We've just the ahoea N Yount: Men Want. Claaay \ 1 ahoea. Every new and cor- J'T rect atyle feature brought Wk \ out. $3.50 to $5.00 a pair. A P. & W. Shoe '} " Company V=-< t lhe International State Bank Paid Capital $lOO,OOO This bank strives ir. every legitimate way to co operate in the business a flairs of its de positors and solicits your patronage. A STRICTLY HOME BANK FINANCED BY HOME PEOPLE DIRECTOR*. JOHN AIELLO, I-rHldent. JOHN J. HENDRICK, WM. O. PLESTED. Vice President. Caihlar. A. B. McGI.ASKAN. ALBERT A. WHITE. CHARLES NICCOLI. JESSE O. NORTHCUTT. PAGE FIVE "■low did IliO Bird know Ihaf The Vnlversal Oldnlon Ed. V. price Clothing la Better! Many Men of Many Mind* on other aubjecta alwaya agree on the high quality of Manhat tan and Red Seal ahirt*. From $1 to $3. They fit aa well aa cuatom made Shirt*—and there'* a wide variety of the moat ex clusive pattern*—in any atyle you want. No Name hata fit any kind of a head. And are becoming. Derbiea in the extreme or oonaervative atyle*. $3 to $4. Every deairable atyle in the new (Stetaon'a) ere now on diaplsy. Our Hata nlwnya get abend! Ingram-Powder Clothing Co. "No Clothing Fits Like Our*.' t u _ | i II HTUIT Talk iii g 111 rough her hut I* prob ably the only way the milliner van hHI It.