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LAS VEGAS DAILY OPTIC, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1909
SEVEN UPDEHTAKiHQ PARLORQ rn v, w. M. LEWIS XM PA VT. The only exduswe undertaker In L -Di hoaei Office and Residence THE LOBBY RESTAURANT AND CAFE Short Orders and Regular Dinners THE BEST Oonns OBTAINABLE ALWAYS HANDLED SOCIETY AND' BUSINESS DIRECTORY CHAPMAN LODGE NO. 2, A..F. & A. M. Regular com. ttiiiniratiou 6r' ud third Thiiii-d"'1 tt sach month su ing brother, 'vvfiat ly Invited. Geo. H Kinkel W tf, Chas. H. Sporledei Secrwary. LAS VEGAS COMMA N'DEin ;' 2. Knlghti 'rempiai ' kular Lyk cn,:",-' econd Tiretiy In Vf eact -nfiit' -it ftiBHonlc Temple, 7:30 p. m Jotia 8. Clark, V. C., Charles Tamme, Recorder. LAS VEGAS CHAPTER NO. 3, ROT- ,U Arch Masons. Regular ' convocation flret Monday la each month ct Masonic Temple, 7: SO p. m. M. R. Williams. H P., has. H. porleder, Secretary. BL DORADO LODGE NO. 1 Knights of Pythias meet every Monday eveniDK in Castle Ball. Visiting Knights are cordially invited. J. F. SACKMAN, Chancellor Command ' er. W. D. KENNEDY. Keeper ol Record and Seal. BALDY LODGE, NO. 77, FRATER NAL UNION OF AMERICA Meets first and third Wednesday of each month at Fraternal Brother hood hall. Chas. Trambley, F. M.; Bertha C. Thornhlll. Secretary. VH- i iting members cordially invited. REBEKAH LODGE, L O. C. F., 'meets second and fourth Thursday evenings ot each month at the I. ' 0. O. I', hall. Miss Bertha Beckt,r, N. G.; Mrs. Delia Pep ard, V. G.; ' Mrs. F. Dalley, Secretary; Ade ' lene Smith, Treasurer. B. P. O. E. MEETS SECOND AND fourth Tuesday evenings eash month at O. R. C. hall. Visiting brothers are cordially invited. W. M. Lewis, exalted ruler; D. W. Con don, secretary. EASTERN STAR. REGULAR COM- nniitinii RAcond and 'fourth LXi umw.." ' Thursday evenings of each manth. All visiting brothers and sisters are wwfliallv invited Mrs. Sarah A- Chaffln. worthy matron; Mrs. Ida Seellnger, secretary pro tern. ; I. O. O. F., LAS VEGAS LODGE NO. ' 4, meets every Monday evening at - their hall in Sixth street All visit ing brethren cordially invited to at ... -tend. George Lewis, N. G.; C. W. McAM'er V. G.; . ,.J- Wert i secretary; W. E.. Crites,' treasurer; C. V... Hedgcock. cemetery trustee. rRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. NO. 102. meyts" every Friday ni.'ii! t their hall In the Schmidt taildfr.g west of Fountain Sqnmo, r.t eUtht " o flock ' VifVine momlr w por dlallv welcome. .Tas. N. Cook, pres ident; Jas. R. Lowo. secretary. KNIGHTS CF: CO: ATM BUS,; COUN CIL No. raeiHs wecimd and fourth Thursday. O. R. C. hall. Plon eer hldg. Vising members are cordially invited. ;W. R. Tipton, G K.; E. P. Macltel, F. S. r. O. E. MEETS FIRST AND THIRD Tuesday evenings each month, at Fraternal Brotherhood Hall. Visit ing brothers f.-e cordially invited. Jno Thornhlll. president; E. C. Ward. Secretary EDMEN MEET IN FRATERNAL Brotherhood ball every second and fourth Thursday, sleep at the eighth run. Visiting brothers always wel come to thfc wigwam James R. Lowe, sachem; Waite H. Davis, chief of records and collector of wampum. t. E. ROSENWALD Lodge No. 545, I. O. B. B. Meets every first Wednes day of the month In the vestry room of Temple Montef lore, Doug v las avenue and Ninth street Visit ing brothers are cordially Invited. Chas Greenclay, f resident; Rabbi J. f . Raisin secretary. Vegas. 610 Lincoln Avenue PHYSICIANS. 1 DR. E. L. HAMMOND DENTIST Suite 4, Crockett Building. Both phones at office and residence. DR. G. L. JENKIN8 " DENTIST 'v .. ' - '.; Over Hedgcock's Shoe Store Phone Vegas 79 F. R. LOR J, DENTIST (Successor to Dr. B. M. Williams) Office Pioneer Building, over Grand Leader. Rooms 3 and 4. Phone Main 67. ATTORNEY8. GEORGE H. HUNKER Attorney at . Law Office: Veeder Block, Laa Vegas, New Mexico. GEORGE E. MORRISON Civil Engineer and 8urveyor Office: Wheeler'Bldg. B. Las Vegas THE ANNEX VINCENT TKTJDEB. Prop. ' mported Wines;,' Liquors and Cigars. So. 601 Railroad Avenue. Opposite Railroad Depot Billiard Tables Ir Connection East Las Vegas. New Mexico J. THORNHILL, Florist Floral Designs for Weddings, Parties, Funerals, etc. ' Cut Flower 8 always on hand. TREES PRUNED AND GARDENING attended toi Phone Main 167. 506 Grand Ave. Opposite Ban Miguel Bank. East Las Vegas, N. M. top! Bead! Act! I buy and sell only Ranch Butter and Eggs HANDlY HOME PRODUCTION ONLY. If you wish to buy or sell strictly a No. 1 goods, call on me. Try a gallon of pure Apple Cider . i Vinegar, only. 40 cents a gallon. ' DID YOU. EVER HAVE ANY? Remember the .Place S. W- Hallock, Phone Vegas 119 53Q GRAND AVE. All Goods Delivered. 'Mrs. H. F. Kruger and Miss Tillle Benckert, sisttre of Dr. L. C. Benck ert, a prominent physician of Colum bus, Ohio, touring the west, arrived in Santa Fe and will remain a week or ten days. C. H. Elmendorf drove up to So corro frcyn San Antonio on a business errand. He is still pushing his big reclamation project on the Bosque del Apache grant. Eminent Authorities say that out-doors exercise is needed by the American People. That's all very well, buthow can people with rheu matism follow that advice? The an swer is very simple use Ballard's Snow Liniment and the rheumatism will go; leaving you as spry as a colt Gives quick and permanent relief from rheumatism, neuralgia, lame back and all pains. Center Block Depot Drug Co. , NEW MEXICO NEWS The Clayton Cemetery association is planning tc beautify the cemetery. A. S. Palmer of Kenton bought 300 vearline steers from J. C. Giles at Clayton. ; Report say: that In the near future a macaronr factory will be established at Gallup. The last, cold wave killed about one half of the fruit in the vicinity of Santa Rosa. - There is" movement on foot to have one month of -subscription school at Santa Rosa. - A little daughter arrived at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hll gers in Clayton. The Methodist church at Gailup, which was partially destroyed by fire, has been rebuilt. - William Wurm, the jeweler, has bought out the business and stock of R. E. Vontz at Gallup. S.- M. Brown has moved his second hand and furniture, store into the Golino building at Gallup. Miss ECId Ierry of Socorro has ac cepted -the position of assistant to the postmaster at Magdalena. The frame building of Miss Mil dred Burnett at Los Tanos was aes troyed by fire. Loss $400. A delivery of fruit trees was made at Santa Rosa by O. W. York, agent for an Ottawa, Kan., nursery. Mrs. B. F. Shane has' received word J at Santa Roea of the serious illness of her fatbsr at Arcadia, Okla. Lucas Rvl, an old-timer at Puerto de Luna is dead, leaving behind him a wife and seven young children. Forty car loads of cattle were ship ped out of Santa Rosa Dy f 'rans: Clark. They were billed to Minne- olia, Kan. ,The News, of Magdalena, has made its appearance, and from the first is sue of the raper it appears to be prosperous. - On the first day of next January the ancient city of Santa Fe will be without a saloon, for the first time in 300 years. T. H. Tagsart, a Santa Rosa miner, made a trip to Santa Fe for the pur pose of disposing of some of his cop per mines in Santa Fe county, A. W. Kricger of Santa Rosa was swindled out of $150 worth of goods by one M. Johnson, who claimed to have money in some eastern bank. J. C. Gilaa, Hammond fc Giles, and A: Barton sold their two-year-old steers at Clayton tt Tom Richmond of Trinidad. Price, $24, May deliv ery. Mrs. iEL S. Sheppard, returned to Al- querque from Faywooa not . springs, where she had been staying for the past five weeks for the benefit of her health.' '' At a regular convocation of Socor ro lodge No. 9, A. F. and A. M., Cole Railston and Albert Steele were ini tiated into the Entered Apprentice degree. . ' . District Attorney John E. Griffith returned home to Socorro from a visit Of several days to hia daughter, who is attending a young ladies school in Denver. James L. McKeehen, one of the new farmers of the Amistad country, was at Clayton ior the purpose of organ izing a , modern Woodmen lodge at that place. . ' W. R. Morley was in Socorro on his way home from New York City, where he h id been to bring Mrs. Mor ley and the twin girls babies to their home in th 3 'Datils. -All reports from the western part of Socorro county indicate that the stockraisers out there are justified in the belief that this will be a ban ner year fo. them. Captain C. H. Kirkpatrick cf Mo gollon was in Socorro on his way home from h business visit with H. O. Bursum at tjhe latter's sheep ranches over in the Oscuras. The district court, Judge William H. Pope presiding, is in session at Carlsbad." A number of minor crim inal cases have been disposed of, as well as much civil business. Mrs. Bradley and little daughter from Oklahoma have been in Clayton looking for 'a-location. Mrs. Brad ley will possibly open a news stand in the postoffice lobby there.' Simon Bitterman has returned to Denver after spending' several days in Clayton cn business. Mr. Bitter man was one of the high bidders on the Union county bonds Just sold. A suit in attachment was brought in Judge Earnest's court at ClaytonM by A. J. Jones against D. W. Kooken and Charles Kooken. Judgment in favor of Kooken for $5.49 and costs. Miss Kyle Bruton, youngest daugh ter of MrsW. H. Sanders of Santa Monica, CaJ., has been in Socorro several days as a guest In the home of her slst3. Mrs. W;D. Crabtree. C. W. Bone and E. G. Kindred, cap italists from Denver, were in Gallup looking over the property of the Southwestern Development compeny, known as the Black Creek Irrigation project. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ? We can furnish positive proof that it has made many remarkable cures after all other means had failed. Women who are suffering with some form of female illness should consider this. As such evidence read these two unsolicited testimbnial letters. We guarantee they are genuine and honest state ments of facts. ) rffoff lne' Ma'ne "I was a great sufferer from a female th hn!S?fiWeakne9S- The doctor said I would have to go to Vaafo,aP,opeTaon but 1 could not bear think of it. m yw? nkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured ?Yf St 1Ha'bor Me.-" I suffered for years with painful niHCkace headac?e8. nervousnessirregularitfes and L?orttedtW Pansand oe advised me PiJi!omple!ey,d to try Lydia TJ. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and it has made me a well iLJSV 1 ad Y1,86 ?.U suffering women to take Lydia E. Pink West uIraMe Compound-''-Mr8- ""Ian Bobbins, South Evidence like the above is abundant showing that the derangements of the female organism which breed all kinds of miserable feelings and which ordinary practice does not cure, are the very . disorders that give, way to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ; Women who ,are afflicted with similar troubles, after reading two such letters as the above, should be encouraged to try this wonderfully helpful remedy. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills. No sick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. i.i '""i Mrs. Pinkham invites all siek women h4 to write her for advfje. She has guided thousands to health free of charge. Address Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass. Benson Pleads Not Guilty. Washington, April 20. John A. Benson of San Francisco, when plac ed on trial yesterday waived the read ing of the indictment and pleaded not guilty to the charge of bribery in connection with defrauding the gov ernment of valuable forest reserves In California and Washington. Work on Reclamation Projects Deputy 'U. S. Mineral Surveyor R. L. Powell of Silver City and a party of eastern engineers, last week in spected the site of the proposed gi gantic irrigation works on the Gila river to be built by Thomas Lyons and associates and for which an ap plication for water rights has been filed in the office of Territorial En gineer Vernon L. Sullivan. The pro ject will be one of the largest in the world. , ' '. Arrested for Abduction. W. T. Moore was arrested at Lords- burg, Grant county, last week, for abducting 13-year old Annie Walden of Leopold, a mining camp in the Burro mountains. Henry McCuen was arrested on the charge of aiding in the abduction and for horse stealing. The girl has been taken back to her parents. ' ' Nelson Newell's Funeral. This morning at Santa Fe the fun eral-of Nelson M. Newell, "the civil war veteran who died last Friday, took place from the chapel of the Warner undertaking' establishment All members of the local G. A. R. were j-resent and interment was at the -national cemetery. t 1 Lkursibiis f Scottish RJte Reunion Santa Fe. N. M. APRIL 2629, 1909. For this- above meeting tickets will be on sale April 24 to 27 inst. Final Return Limit April 30. 1909 FARE FOR THE Ta ROUND TRIP C3 S. L. BATCHEL0R, Agent D. A. R. in Session. Washington, April 20. ' The 18th congress of the Daughters of the Am erican Revolution convened yester day at Continental hall. Mrs. Donald McLean, the retiring president gener al, was accorded an ovation as she took the rostrum. Many . notables were present at the opening meeting. To Kill Dandelion. ' The easiest and best way, to exter minate dandelions on lawns is to sow more grass seed. It has been deter mined that thick sowing of grass seed is the most effectual means of getting rid of the pest. New Mexi can. ' 1-4 of Pound a Week at least, is what a young baby ought to gain in weight. Does yours t If not there's something wrong with Its digestion. Give it McGee's Baby El ixir and it will begin gaining at once. Cures stomach and bowel troubles, aids digestion, stops fretfulness, good for teething babies. Price 25c and 50c. Center Block Depot Drug Co. Henry Labriere, , who had been south several weeks buying cattle, passed through Clayton returning to his ranch near Kenton. He was call ed' home on account of the illness of his wife. We often , wonder now any person can be persuaded nto taking - any thing but Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung trouble. Do not be fooled into accepting "own make" of other substitutes. The gen uine contains no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package. O. G. Schae fer and Red Cross Drug Co. I - LJ r-i r-v I III DUNCAN OPERA HOUSE APltIL 23. '09. CINDERELLA PRESENTED BY THE OF THE Put Ho CcIiooSo East Las Vegas, A. Mm UNDER THE DIRECTION OF Fiorcnco Gcctt Supervisor of Kluslo PRICES 23, 35 and 50 Cts. Seats will be reserved at the box office at the Duncan Opera House, commencing Wednesday morning' at 10:00 o'clock. The sheepmen on the- plains at Carlsbad are having a serious time on account of the continued dry weather. The sheep are getting to be ' poor, and every sheepman has been compelled to buy grain and haul long distances to his ranch to try to save as many of his flock as possible. For the first time in the history of Albuquerque school teachers- signing contracts for next year's work, that is from. September 1, wiU draw pay for the en'ire 12 months, instead of nine as is customary in mo3t places. "i Qbject to Strcnfl Medicines. Many people object to taking the strong medicines usually prescribed by physicians for rheumatism. There Is no need of internal treatment in any case of muscnlar or chronic rheumat Ism, and more than nine out of every , ten cases of the disease use of one or the other of these varieties. When there is no fever and little (If any) swelling, you may know that it is on ly necessary to apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely to get quick relief. Try it For sale by all dealers. Morris Freudenthal of Las Crun s has sold all his holdings in the R- fuglo grant, and is now making ,jce- parations to take a trip to the old country. The Circus acrobat finds it necssary at all times to keep his muscle and joints sup ple. That is the reason that hundreds of them keep a bottle of Rallard's Snow Liniment always on hand. A sure cure for rheumatism. cuts, sprains, sore throat, lame back, con tracted muscles, corns, bunions and all pains. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Center Block Depot Drug Co. A Chea.p Trip California Is possible now and until April 30, 1909. Until then you can buy a . ..... . ( One Way , Colonist Ticket for $25.00 to almost any part of, California or ,JU the northwest, while so many inter-' mediate points the fare will be nvtlie,r more than that. & the These tickets accepted in to'by Rev sleeper on payment of Pullman came Liberal stopovers. 'r- M- Ever t Calvary delivering 1 at the Eat an Oran; the dlrec- Did you ever have as many ny and the wanted? Refreshing, weren't. Murphey, The real good ones came frofrank Man fornia. That flavor came froindF.LeDuc ing the fruit when ripe. Fast Optic to trains did the rest ' mks alike Orange, culture is a profitable119 n" ture. Why net go to Callfornif51"641 Bor and Investigate? ! For full information about th n C stopovers, and tickets apply to" at Frater- D. L. BATCHE. members F. O. E. Vc3apns invited L MA ER.