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LAS VEGAS DAILY OPTIC, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1I0S
7 nve Qualification . I for compounding;;; t: i comes from long ' : experience, careT ful training and ;" the means for . v selecting drugs of ;, th'e best quality. Our facilities, our equipm ent, our :s iexDenence? and a complete stock of all . drugs and chemicals espe cially invite " your prescript tion Trade here. , WINTERS DRUG CO. "Telephone Main 3 BRIDGE STREET - TELEPHONE AND WE DELIVER PERSONALS. W. R. Kaft'er is a visitor from Kansas 1! J. - ' 1 .It.V Prof. R. R. Larkin werft to Baton on night train. H. W. Kelly departed for Albuquer que last evening. M, L. Kobn arrived from Pueblo, Colo, last evening. ;. ' George Chavez is in town from his ranch at El Cuervo. D. C. Daniel drove in from La Cue va ranch last evening. , M. E. Houston is at the New Optic from Apache. Oklahoma. ' ' H. Gould and W. McMullen are Bostonians in town today. Mrs. Byron T. Mills reached home . last night from a trip to California. Anselmo Gonzales is in town today from Sanchez, in the Red river section. Sheriff Cleofes Romero has accom panied Antonio Griego out to El Co . razon. -.- ". ' Frnrl M. Dnncrliuui in in the) nit.T from ' Muskogee, Oklahoma on a visit to a brother. Revs. Paul Gilberton and A. Rabey rolle returned this afternoon from a Visit to Watrous. Dr. R. J. Blanche, the veterinary surgeon, is in Roswell on a sojourn of JUluuiiliiliO uuiaiauii. N. B. Roseberry accompanied P. D. MnHnrmifik out to the Saoello vicinity today on land matters. S. E. Morlan books at the El Dorado hotel from Kansas City; W. H. Dedman from St. Anthony, Idaho., W. M. D. Land registers at Hotef i La Pension, from Rochester, N. Y ; J E. Brown from Canon Uity. Miss Beulah Chambers of this city Is a guest of her Bister, Mrs. C. C. Conrad, in Trinidad for a few weeks. Mrs. P. : A. Raynolds arrived in the city last evening' from Canon City, Colo, and is the guest of Mr. aod Mrs. .TnfFftrson Raynolds. Mm. P., Meredith Jones and three .,rhra. Misses Amelia, Opal and Ruby, left for Topeka and KansasTUty thij afternoon on a visit. D. Lee and Mrs E, D. Lee are guests at Hotel Castaneda from St. Louis; D. E. Atwell from Philadelphia; Lew Moch. Denver; P. M.Graham, Chicago. . Brothers Walter and Henry, the two disciples of the Israelite ; House of David who had been preaching on the Murphey corner two nights, departed j for Los Angeles, CaL this afternoon. Joshua S. Raynolds, the banker, is in the city from El Paso, the guest of his brother, Jefferson Raynolds, president of the First National bank, at his handsome tome on Hot Springs boule vard. Dr. J.-M. Cunningham, president of the San Miguel National bank, has been visiting Boston and New York, in company with Mrs. Cunningham and their daughter. Miss Louise, who is attending Mt. Ida seminary in the suburbs of Boston. They will visit Niagara Palls before starting for home. Mrs. E. Marcottee, accompanied by her son, Walter, will leave on No. 1 to morrow evening for an extended trip to the Pacifio coast. She will visit Los Angeles, Sap Francisco and Seattle, epending some time in the latter city to view the Alaska-Yukon-Paciflo ex position. Her son is one of the most reliable carrier boys on The Optic and his steady work for the past eighteen months has earned him a rest. He will resume his route upon his return, . . a v.ni in the Blake mill today. ' Elder S. L. Barker has been in town today from Beulah. H W Garberson drove out to the Hermit mine and lodge at the Baker mining camp today behind a span of horses recently nought from Mont gomery Bell. A wagon load of fur niture was sent out to the lodge to day. ... : f , , i:' Telephone your news items to The Optic, Phone Main I. EVANGELIST VlflLEIT mom talker 3'" ' ' Evangelist 'e. 'E.' Violett,' who' will open a series of revival meetings in the National Guard Armory1 ,t next Sunday- evening, has held a 'number of great meetingsi recently. 'He is, both eloquent and persuasive j- apdrthe3e gifts are attested to by the faqt-that feverywhere he-i'- haiJ held mefctinjg4iie' has had converts by the hundreds.) Arrangements have been completed for holding the meetings in the pew jarmory, which will1 accom modate a.large crowd. The : Daily Newa, Jackson, Miss., has the follow ing to eay concerning a recent meet ing held by Evangelist Violett in that city: , . .,, ; "At. the Violett revival . last night there were more than 2,500 people seated to the Tabernacle,' many' were turned away because they could not find eeats and hundreds stood on thej eutslde and sat in buggies and carri ages, ' waiting in silence to hear the words, of. this earnest man on the subject, of the union of Christian peo ple under the one banner of church work. "Beyond any doubt Mr. Violett ls one of the , most remarkable men in the American pulpit. He is not only an orator imbued with great elo quence and wonderful power of per suasion, but . he possesses a most re markable memory. - ' '"It is doubtful whether there is a man in the world today who possesses a more complete mastery of the Bi ble, and thia is perhaps one of the secrets . of his success' " ANARCHISTS SOCIETY AT TRINIDAD In connection with the visit , by Bishop Matz of Denver to Trinidad came sensational developments show ing the existence of a strongly organ ized band of Italians who have open ly declared their enmity to the church or to any form of religious belief, as well as to the present forms of gov ernment. .' The formation of the society be came known by the discovery on the front door of Holy Trinity Catholic church at Trinidad of a placard de nouncing the church in inflammatory terms. The placard" was Igtren Ito Rev. S. Persone, S. J., by a loyal Italian. , . The ' Italian discovered the placard while going to early - mass. Further investigation revealed the fact that the mystevioup brotherhood;, sworn1 to oppose and destroy the church, was organized in a saloon in Trinidad. EXAMINATION FOR CIVIL SERVICE JOBS. Examinations for the following civ il service positions on the dates nam ed will be held in , Las Vegas , this month: . Inspector of furniture in the quar termaster's department at . Chicago, $25 to $150 per month, June 16; sec ond class or assistant eteam engineer in the custodian service at ' Mason, Ga., .?900 per year, June 16; record and identification clerk in the Uni ted . States penitentiary service at Leavenworth, Kan., $1,200 per year, June 23; clerk-translator of French, German, Italian, Spanish and Scandt navian In the offlce of the second as sistant postmaster general at . Wash ington, $1,000 per year, June 23; tai lor at .Haskell institute, Kas., $660 per year, and at Flandreau school, S D., $720 per year, June 16; timber cruiser under the chief of the field division of the general land offlce, $7 per day, June 30 lithographic col or pressman In the geological survey, $1,080 per year, June 23. Amado Gonzales y Domlnguez to day made a homestead entry of 160 acres near Chupainas springs, San Miguel county. Marine Rubber-Chewert. The sailor, taking a fine, new, rub ber band fromv the stationery display, began to chew it . with vigorous en joyment. "What are yoa np to there?" snarled the druggist. "Just rubber-chewin'," said the sail or. "It's a habit with all us navy fel lers. Keeps off gun headache. , ''Of course you, a landlubber, don't know nothln' about it; but let me tell you, mate, when a 16-Inch gun goes Off aboard ship, the Jar shatters win ders, splits planks, and brings your lower teeth up against your uppers like a straight left from old Jo&n u -Tha result is a Run ; headache such a headache! But If you chew rub in flrine time, it eases off the shock, and you don't suffer none. I been chewin' it steady ever siuc Ma nila bar." - ' nhhr chewing what nasty habit," said the druggist "Rag chewin's worse," was the sail 'or'a reply. "'" , .-7- :- You may be able to fool yourself but you can't fool tne - BIG" HE SPECIALS. All through .:the Store , i we ; ;-. axe making- big reductions for June, BEDS ' $220 for Iron Bed, full size. , i . v U$.o5 for a lill size Bed, exactly aS cut below. 1 , . . V ,, . v- ; $17.95 for a $22.50 Brass Bed with 2 inch Posts. .. - r $22.85 for a $29.50 Brass Bed with 2 inch Continuous Pillar. ILug Specials . $24.95 for the; $29.50 Heavy Axminster Smith's Rugs. Size 9 xl2 feet. (', , ' Just received a swell line of Couch Covers and Portiers. , $10.95 for a Heavy Brussels Rug, Size 9x11 feet worth $15.00. :'";. ,- $10.35 for 9 x 12 feet Hodges Fibre Rugs, well worth $14.50. Opposite Y. M. C. A. rt ' Work and Nerves. Work Is the enemy of insomnia. The sufferer from bad or broken sleep is liable to give up duties or to be slack in their performance, to abandon ex ercise and forget his usual hobbies be cause of his anticipation of a night of distress. In the reality he ought to prepare himself for sleep by con genial activity, In which his mind will be weaned away from the fear of not sleeping. Once more, work is an enemy to the fears and impulsions, to the strange sense of unreality and other morbid symptoms which accomplish psychasthenia. Work restores to such' a sufferer "the function of the real." It Is only througlTcontact with reality that man, whether normal or abnormal, can find biding satisfac tion. Rev. S. S. McComb, in Har per's Bazar. , . - r : :! ; - Electric Fish. The electric fish of the Nile, of which the Egyptians made , pictures thousands of years ago, stiff inhabit the waters of that river. They are pro vided with an electrical organ which incloses the whole body. It is situat ed in the skin, and under a microscope is seen to bit composed of millions ol beautifully formed little disks, super Imposed upon connected rows of mi nute compartments, in which are the terminals of nerves. The shock Is pro duced by an intense current that tra verses, the entire organ from the head to the tail of the fish. It stun.s small fish. The electro motive force in a fish eight inches'long can attain a maximum of 200 volts. A single giant nerve cell at the head of the1 spinai column is the source of the impulses. .if you read It in The Optic it's so. ASTHMA AND HAY FEVEK . WILL VANISH 7 Everybody knows that Hyomel cures catarrh. But there are many suffer ers from asthma and hay fever who don't know that Hyomel will give them Instant relief and if used regular ly permanent cure. But E. G. Murphey knows so well what Hyomel will do that he guaran tees It to cure catarrh, hay fever and asthma or money back. Surely it's worth a trial on that bas is and why people continue to choke and wheeze and spit and hawk and snuffle whan a certain cure is at hand Is beyond the comprehension of human intelligence. When you breathe Hyomel deep Into your lungs you breathe exactly the same pleasant antiseptic balmy air that you would breathe in the forests of pine and eucalyptus of .Inland Aus tralia. Doctoring and remedies never helped my hay fever, till I used Hyo mel. It gave me great relief and has my unqualified endorsement" Louis A. Grobe; Flint, Mich. v Complete Hyomel outfit Is only $1.00 and extra bottles 50 cents. A Hyomel outfit consists of a bottle of Hyomel, a hard rubber Inhaler, medicine drop per and full instructions for use. Just breathe It in and get Immediate relief. It relieves stomach misery, sour stom ach, belching, and cures all stomach dis ease or money b.vfc, Lar;:o box of tab lets oO cf-nU Druggists in all towns 3 0OO i V " .-''' V -i-TI 'fT ft affMiffiielWatioiialBaiik f W I ' J : J. M. CUNNINGHAM, President -r rj D. T. H0SKIN5, Cashier. -q FRANK SPRINGER, Vice President F. B. JANUARY, Aaat Cashier. 1 r 'T Ji? ; , : OOwwi Substitute for Small Change. A souvenir, pf the civil war came Into the hands of a delicatessen mer chant In New York a few days ago which showed how scarce small change must have been In those days. It was a green three-cent postage stamp, encased In a thin metal frame the ize of an old copper cent The face of the stamp was protected by a disk of mica. On the reverse side the Improvised coin was stamped "Good for three cents." This queer substitute for money was given along with other small change by a woman who said it was the last of a number of similar pieces which she had owned for many years, and the man who took the combination stamp, mica and tin for three cents in speaking of it said: "The woman looked as if she was prosperous once and was sorry to give up the piece." . Want to Wear Mustaches. At a meeting of the domestic serv ants in Paris to discuss their griev ances one, and "not the least impor tant," question was whether domestic servants should not be allowed, , like their fellow-Frenchmen, to cultivate the mustache. It was suggested that to give the movement some sort of en couragement nothing would be better than that the servants at the Elysee should be the first to agitate 'for the privilege". The Gaulois eays that thie has been done, the employes at the president's residence having trans mitted to M. Fallieres a request that henceforth they shall be allowed to wear mustaches. Divorce. "Divorce is a remedy for evil rather than an evil in itself," declared Chief Justice Emery of Maine, in a recent address. Marriage he defined as a civiV idstitution, established by law for the benefit of man, and be Su gested that the divorce laws could b, perfected in three ways! first, b granting no divorce until husband an wife had lived apart for a year; se , ond, by publishing the suits in the daily papers; third, by giving 'the court authority to delay hearings, if necessary, bo that they cannot be rushed through as is sometimes the case now. New York Tribune. Napoleon's Plan for Success. Once, in .speaking of military ' af fairs, Bonaparte told him: "There is no more pusillanimous man than I when I make a military plan.' I exaggerate all the dangers and all the mishaps possible under the circumstances. I am in a painful state of agitation. But that does not pre vent me from appearing quite serene to those about me. And when my mind is made up all is forgotten ex cept whatever, may 'help success." From the Journal of Count Pierre Louis Roederer. , Flaw in Glass. NpX cornea from Pasadena that the great 100-inch glass for the Mount Wilson Solar observatory is defective. After the first, grinding began, a large flaw was found, so that a new casting will have to be made, mis wui ueiay for many months the construction of the great eight-foot reflecting mirror on the peak. The casting of the great glass disk was done in Goblain, France, and the coat was $50,000. - Smothered In Orders. The high militarxjofflclala in Ger many are equally highly decorated. According to ,8 Paris contemporary, the eight adjutants of Frederick IIL possessed but 35 decorations between them. Count ,Hulsen Huesslen had 64 and his successor. Gen. von Pies sen, has. already 68. The five personal adjutants of the kaiser possess to gether 100.' Marshal Bluch could boast of only 15 in all. x r ' i A Wreck , is the only fit description for tbe man or woman who is crippled with rheu matism. Just a few rheumatic twin ges may be the forerunner of a aevere attack stop the trouble at the start with Ballard' Snow Liniment Curee the rheumatism and all pain. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00. Sold by Center Block Depot Drug Co. m iiii.iwTjraittJW tfMx&KMLti TlVltcrjLay . ooooooooooooooooooooocoo i 4 T T 1 A Interest Paid on Time Deposits THERE ARE TWO WAYS of saving. One is to hide money np the chimney or in the clock. Thieves know all such schemes and know just where to look. The other way is to open an acoount with an insti tution like. TIIE LAS VEGAS SAVINGS BANK Thieves don't bother banks much in these daysof burgler proof vaults. The first way leaves the money idle and useless. The second sets it to work to earn more. Think it over. Las Vegas Savings Bank . OFFICE WITH ' ' ; ' - Sa.rt Miguel Nci.tiorva.1 Barvk. 0000 0 00 001? WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER Big Reduction in Pricjps at J Las Vegas Lumber Co. Matched Patterns from 10c per roll up. Borders the same price, excepting Ingrains and varnished , V styles ' '' - , ' - . WALL PAPER WALL PAPEEt Gantcro Guarantee Shoo Ctoro TI1 "Worthmore" Fine Shoes for Everybody ; We've just got in a complete stock of the famous "Worthmore" fine shoe9 made by EUet-Kendall of Kansas City. See our unique window display and come in and get a Souvenir Style Book free. 15 SNAPPY STYLES "THE RED TAG ON EVERY PAIR", Fot men, $3.50; lor women, $3.00; for children, $2 JO to $1.00. Every Bhoe made on honor every shoe Ruaranteed the price and trade-mark plainly stamped on every pair. If you are looking for the finest shoe made here it is and at a price that proves real economy. Comfort Wear THE WORTHMORE" "Worthmore" Shoes are made of the. Quest, softest nd most durable upper leather, oak soles, slllc stitching, solid haclfl- fiLut. nnlrtr hooks And eyelets. They will give more comfort and wear longer than any shoe you ever wore. In the very latest styles for both men and women. Yoa need a pair why not today T Full II-ia ofKadiant Hosiery, the make that wear no Well '. SHIEti BRAND Thl Trad Mark Stamped oo every Fait WAL SOf BLOCK, East lam Vegaa, Km AT. A. H. Eeingrueber Browing Co. of Lacs Vegas We are now mating the finest Seer in the Southwest. Boost home industry .and telephone your orders tens for either keg or bottle beer. . , PHONES MAIN 67, 61 and 32. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Warranty Deeds. J. H. B. Gllmour et ux to Frank Wil liams and Fhlllp O. Dodd, April 89, 1909, cons. $1, conveya 157 A. In Pot 7, Sec. 33, Twp. 18, R. 12. Albino ponzales et ux to Cesario Lujan, January, 30, 1909, cons: $122.50, comveya land In Saa Miguel Co., Sec. 18, Twp. 16, R. 12. Board of Trustee to Jose Gabriel Martinez, July 6, 1908, oons. $1, con-! veys 160 A. In Sec. 11, Twp. 17, R. 16. Blanche Calhoun e ux to Dave M. Witeon and Esther Robbina, Jun 2, 1909, cons. $1, conveys lots. 19 and 20, Blk. 37 Las Vegas Hill Site Town Company. . J. M. Lyon et ux to C. P. Facrett, January 29, 1909, cons. $1, conveys 160 A. in, Sec. 3, Twp. 15, R. 18. Board of Trustees Town of Las Vegas to Tomacito G. de Chavez, December 7, 1908, cons. $1, conveys 160 A. In Sec. 13, Twp. 15, R. 16. Isaac and Simon Bacharach to Chaa. Glasgow, May 22, 1909, cons. $1, con veys 160 A. in Sec. 35, Twp. 16, R. 17, W. 1-2 S. W. 1-4 and S. W. 1-4 of N. V. 1-4. . ' Tomacito G. de Chavez to Henry G. Coors, May 29, 1909, cons. $1. con veys 160 In Sec. 13, Twp. 15, R. 16. Juan Valencia to Catallon Lopez, January 17, 1907, cona. $40, conveys land In Pst 9. Pred W. Browne to Eli C. Hersch- burger, April 3, 1909, cons. $1, conveys 160 A. In Sec. 9, Twp. 16, R. 19. Patents. -''-'" 1 tJnited States of America to Albino Jk A O CBOgGCO.CO O O o o o 'ft .ct- 0' o o 0 0 0 0 0 Style Style No. 273 During June STAGE WILL LEAVE ROMERO MERCANTILE CO. FOR Porvenir PHONE MAIN 20 . .- ... ; i Monday, 2:00 p. m. Tuesday,. 8:00 a. m. Thursday,,....... -8:00 a. m. Friday, 2:00 p. m. Saturday, 8:00 p.m. Returning Leave Porvenir PHONE 5174 Monday. ..... ... . . . .7:00 a. m, Tuesday 2:00 p. m. Thursday ............. 2:00 p. m. Friday.. ..7:00a. tn. Saturday 2:00 p. m. Gouzalea, March 30, 1905, conveya 162.62 A. in Sec. 18, Twp. 16, R. 12. Quit Claim Deeds. Lizzie M. McMahon et ux to T. C Lipsett, January 2, 1908, cons. $400, conveys lota 7 and 8, Blk. 3, Pablo Baca. - Mortgage, Joe Sena et a to Edward Jaramillo, May 18, 1909, cons. $50, on lots 4 and 5, Blk. 93. All Aboard for Harvey's! Carriage goes out Saturday moro ine- rprnrna following Fridav. TjTe orders at Murphey's or H. O. Brown Trading Co's.