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LAS VEGAS DAILY OPTIC, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1909
rivi Trustworthy methods during the many years of our dealings have proven the wisdom of trad ing with us. While t working for a busi- . ness we have been v working ''for, 'a repu i tation; we have gain I ed it and it will be I upheld, j Every deal with as is a satisfac tory deal we gua rantee that. WINTERS DIG COr Telephone Main 3 BRIDGE STREET TELEPHONE AND WE DELIVER PERS0NAL8. E. G. Abraham la here again from Albuqueroue. C. G.Shepard reached the city from Chicago last evening. H. S. Bonney is a late arrival la the city from St. Joseph, Mo. Br.rt Dunlap is a guest at the Caa Ttaneda hctel from Arizona. G. E. Ciapp is at the Rawlins house (today from Kalamazoo, Mich. N. L. Gilmore is a visitor to town ; today from Colorado Springs. Mrs. H. C. Young came to town .last evening from Wagon Mound. E. D. Raynolds has left town for ' Denver. He will be gone a number of days. P. H. Knowlton of Denver. Is mak - Ing the rounds of local business hous es today. Irs. Hugh Callaway and children z are visiting their former home at La rmar, Colo. . John H. Cully of this city U in ' Santa Fe on business before the land office there. Paul McCormicK. drove to town yes terday from the ranch in the vicinity of Chaperito. Eugene J. H. Roy and Clyde Tyler left today n No, S for their homes la "Roy, Mora county. K. R. Russell Is here from Albil ! quenme. from which city e shipped jl fine black horse. F.H. Kiickham Is a business visit or to the city today from his ranch near Nolan station;- S. M. Fclsom, ihe man of insurance, Is here again from his home and or ifice in Trinidad- Colo. - ' -i F'-ank Roy and A. S. Bushkeitz ar rived in the city last night from the town of Roy in. Mora county. W. It. Barclay has in contemplation an overland trip to Omaha, Neb. by automobile. starUrg next week. Fred W Browne, of Chicago, the , original mesa land boomer, accompan ied by his familv, Mrs. H. T. SMllen and Miss Beatrice Mercer, arrived in Some People Hesitate ir it is THE Truth v ! f- When they see goods sold at cost and some below, h - . rilMI r . There's only one way for you to prove; to come in and examine our goods before you buy elsewhere. Special for tomorrow, . "Saturday and Monday "Men's fancy silk lisle Underwear $1.25 a garment....... $1.00 35c Balbriggan for . tDo Men'f imported' Half-Hose like silk 35c and 50c for 2 So Roelof's soft felt Hats $3.50 and f 4.00 for $2.50 J.'iTaicJicri: iJiccoln Ave, nert w Welis-Farjo Co the city oi a lata train last night and will iptn I some days here. Billy Pugh la here from Wagon Mound this afternoo. Mr. W. H. Rtfe and family left her this afternoon on an extended visit to fritnds and relatives in Michi gan. E. C. Edwards, of the' Edwards Martin . Land company, " came in yes terday morning on "his car from Chi cago, , ,,. , W. O. Robinson and party drove out to mesa lands, this morning, with pro visions enough to last them a wholi week. E. Griggs an J G. W. Griggr the extansive land owners, have terurned to the city from their home4-Si. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Francisco Delgado and family, who had been visiting relatives here for several days, returned to their home in Santa Fe yesterday. William NaegKn, an old-time citi zen, has teen visiting his family on Twelfth street from Gonzales, alto at tending to land matters here. William White, of the wool-scour ing mills, went '.o French statloa last night to look aftr-r some shipments of the fleecy stuff from that place. Bishopp J. Mills Kendrick A the Epittcopal diocese of New Mex'co and Arizona, passed through the city this afternoon enroute to Dawson, N. M. Mrs. Mary Tully, mother of Mrs. Vincent Truder, is visiting her and family from Orange, N. J., accompan ied by a daughter. Miss Kate Tully. Mrs. S. B. Warner, lessee of the Harvey resort, visited town yester day on the weekly purchasing trip, and to take out guests this morning. B. F. For&ythe has just returned from a hvntlng and fishing trip to the headwaters of the Pecos, where he live a sporty life . for a numoer of day.. 1 Dr.. C. S. Losey. Dr. W. H. Hey menn, Frank C. Bope and B. Strlck faden, went fishing today out to Kroenlg's lakes in the latter's auto mobile Alberto Valdez nd wife are at Ho tel La Pension from Mora; W. B. El liott and Miss Minnie Elliott from Thorndale, Texas; R. A. Croxtoa from New York Mrs, M, F. Dos Marais, baby and Miss Mary Hartman, .went out to Har vey'r ranch this morning to spend sev eral days in that cool and Inviting mountain resort. John L. Zimmerman departed for Los Aneeies last nieht. beine iolned at j-iamy by Thos. P. Gable, Henry Krlck, Evaristo I.ucero and Jesni An alla of Sarta Fe. All are going to the Elks' reunion. -H K.. Leonard, the saw mill, opera tor, is in town today from the Noisv Brock hotel at Mineral Hill, a piece of property recently purchased by him and occupied by his family dur ing the summer months. Chas. Mc Culley, who has charge of a Santa Fe pumping station at Otero, is in the city visiting relatives and looking after his property interests) here. G. H. Gaunt, superintendent of tele graph for the Santa Fe, went south this afternoon, traveling in special car No. 10. Miss Grace White returned this af - ternoon from a visit to friends in Wagon Mound and vicinity. W. H. Comstock returned this af ternoon .from a short businea run jip the road Miss Rachel Dettelbach was return ing to her home in Santa Fe on an afternoon train today from attend. ance at "the National education sociation's meeting In Denver. miss Kosarla Ortiz, daughter at Mrs. Trinidad Romero, returned to ner nome at Rowe this afternoon Jurs' us ienmann Is a euest at 1r m - - Harvey'8, mas. t-. Cunningham arrived her this afternoon from Springer, accom- panied. Dy hla wife. Their child had preceaea them to this city bpvppoI oays ago. . 33 1-3 per cent off on all china and cut giabs at Murphey's. sold i mui HOOF V FOR ROUGE Trenton. N. J., July 10. Mrs. Anna Talon of this city has announced he intention of filing suit for 5,000 dam ages against a druggist. She asserts that the act of a boy employed by the druggist In selling roof paint for a cheek rouge caused Irreparablo dam age to he feelings and great Vmbar- rassment. Esrly ore evening she had to dress hastily, ard after applying the rouge she had bought, went in a cab to the home of A frianri ntho .i.. PAINT social function was in nmmM" As sooj a stiA T, rA fc.. r"" them . . , .. . .. -j ncio iuuuy rxciamauons or dis may and before the had time to make Inquiries as to the cause ,sh. was hastily placed on a couch by Wends and a phjslcian summoned it being believed that sho had been strfrlron 1-5 Off Pictures On all Cut-glass ware and Imported i, china this week, ? ' only at ,V. v, ' ohe Rosenthal, SEMI-ANNUAL - CLEARING SALE Twenty per cent, discount on all Go-Carts and Carriages only at THE ROSENTHAL 11.95 for $3.50 Smith Axminster Rugs, 27x60. 3.65 for 5.50 Smith' Axminster Rugs, 36x72, only at THE ROSENTHAL $22.95 for 9x12 Smith Seamless Axminster Room-Size Rugs, . worth $28.50. $16.95 for $22.50 Smith Seamless Tapestry Rugs, 9x12, being quoted by Denver catalogue houses at $17.50 at Denver only at THE ROSENTHAL $10.95 for $14.50 Fiber Rugs. 9x12, being quoted in Denver catalogues at $11.50. THE ROSENTHAL 65c for $1.00 pair Lace Curtains. All other Lace Curtains at 20 per cent off this month only at THE ROSENTHAL The "Glenfield" Card Tables $3.00. only at THE ROSENTHAL The "Burrows" Feather-Weight Card Tables, Leather or , Felt Tops $4.25. only at THE ROSENTHAL The "Buckeye" Folding Vapor Bath Cabinets $5.00. only at THE ROSENTHAL Th "Vudor'1 Hammocks and $6.00. only at THE ROSENTHAL $4.50 Twenty per cent, discount on all Sideboards, China Closets and Buffets, only at THE ROSENTHAL .Twenty per cent, off for, cash . on any Rug in the store. "' $2.75 For All-Cotton Top Mat tresses, full size, only at , THE ROSENTHAL $4.95 for $7.50 All-Cotton Mat- tresses, full size. only at M Opposite Y. M. C. A. I ,Hl Btraa nifl,adv whih had transformed her pale complexion into a dusky brown, An examination of the packag3 later" revraled that it contained pure Span ish brown which, in its llquir form, is used sometimes as a roof pa'nt or to color bricksv . f : -. S3 1-3 per cent on any china or cut n Murpnoy a. UP.f3-6ATE VAuDEViLLE , f HEAf RE FOR LAS VEGA9 N. S. ConelAid. of Port Worth Texas, has arrived' In this city and1 will soon open a tiWafW in the neer buildinff on DourfArt'iiveniie. ik Cooeland la a. man who lVAi'liad -wiAa experience in the theatrical bUclttess and n proposes1 to open wlfW the next two weeks a moving picture thea tre, to be followed as soon as tie vaudeville season opens, by a first clasg vaudeville house. Las Vegas is to be placed on a cir cuit Including Denver, Pueblo, Trini dad, Albuquerque, and points west as 2. tar as roruana, Oregon. This cir cuit Is known as the Arcade circuit Mr. Copeland is also a represent ative: of the National Film associa tion, Whose pictures he will run, he- fore the vaudeville season opens. A high Class vaudeville theatre will be a great' adjunct to Las Vegas, and Mr. Copeland says that the only doubt he has as to Gre success of his ven ture, is in case consolidation of the two towna does not take place. .Lool at tbo n-25 cot SIasf bon "l Lui.uo w per cent (,"'' Telephone your news Items to Ths IF" J I Optic, Phon Min 8. ' The fnan who casts .reflections will 0000000000400000000000600000000QOOr. o o o O bv o o o; o San MiguelNationalBa GAPtTAl PAW in cioo.ooa.oo J ' M. CUNNINGHAM. President. FRANK SPRINGER, Vice President. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O00000000000000000O Q.Q O OOOOfi O O wOO O OO O (Continued from Page S) 1 I . l guel and Mora, and during his occu pancy of the position, there has never been the least fault to find with the splendid vay In which he has carried on the laborious duties of his office. Little Miss Marie Arnold, who had been the guest f Mrs. D. J. Leahy In this city for several weeks, de parted for hen home In Raton. After installation ceremonies Mon day night, the Degree of Pocohontas, Improved Order of Redmen, will give a banquet to Redmen and their wives and Pocohontases and their sweet hearts. . ', ' Catholic ladies on the West 'eide hava organized an Altar society and selected a set of officers as follows: Mrs. Juan Silva, president; Mr?. An tonio Lucero, secretary; Mrs. H'lwlito C. de Baca, treasurer. The- first reg ular meeting will be held at the home of the president on; Gonzales itreet. Monday afternoon. Miss Susan Weltmer of Santa Fe, arrive in the city today and will be tha guest of Mrs. Max Nordhaus, at the Nordhaus mountain lodge at Trout Springs on the Galllnas, for a week. Mrs. Nordhaus already haa as her guests Mis, Virginia Beaa, her brother, Paul Staab and F. C. Lajv rabee, all of Santa Fe. .-!; , This evening, Miss Ruth Menlell Busn, daughter of W. G. Bush, a pop ular Santa Fe trainman running out of this city, will be married to Mr. Richard Roby Green. Mr. Green has been employed for some time as a fireman on the Santa Fe. Mi33 Buth has a wide circia of friends in Las Vegas, anJ has been employe-1 at BASEBALL SCORES HAY'S SCORES YESTEh league. National Ac New York Pitts urg 9, New York 6; Fittsbure- 4. New To. -k 2. At Philadelphia Philadelphia Chicago 1. A: Boston St. Louis 3, Boston 4, At Brooklyn Cincinnati 6. Brook iyn 3. American League At St. Ltuis New York 5. At Chicago Boston 2, Chicam 1. At Detroit Philadelphia 2. Defrolt At Cleveland Washington 4. Cleve land 3. Western League At Omaha Omaha 7, Topeka 1. At Lincoln Denver 5, Lincoln 3. a T" w m At ues Moines Des Moines 7, Wichita 4 At Siout City Sioux City 17. Pueb lo 6 I-:-' American Association. a; lXHi'.tsville imisviile 2. Tcledo 5.'f v. " - A; St. Paul Stu Paul 4. Milwaukee 2 . . , - At Indianapolij Indianapolis 1, Col umbus 4. . .. . . , At Minneapolis Minneapolis 5. of Las Yegas D. T. HOSKINS, Cashlar. F. B. JANUARY, Asst. Cashier. Interest Paid on Time Deposits SWARMS OF DOLLARS hive themselves here. It's day and night that each busy bee dollar goes on adding or piling up. INTEREST ON YOUR DEPOSITS. A stock of dollars is a good kind of money honey to have . access to when you want to make an investment. Bank at this savings bank systematically and you'll get rich. Las Vegas Savings Bank I OFFICE WITH San Miguel Na.tiona.1 Bank. Taupert's Jewelry store for aomi time. Their many friends here wish them all kinds of happiness. ; ' . .... . ,; The special dance given at the Com mercial c!ub last evening was. a mark ed success in every particular. The attendance while not large, wa& nev ertheless larger than at these dances la the past. The music was very good, being furnished by Miss Strickfadden upon tho"plano, end she is to ba com plimented upon the number of new pieces th.xt she played. The dancers did not begin to leave until about 12 o'cljck, and all expressed themselves as having had a most enjoyable time. In the future these dances are to start promptly at 8 o'clock, instead of at 9 o'clock. Among those present were Mr3. C. S. Losey, Mrs. E. D. Raynolds. Mrs. H. Clark, MlsseJ Cun ningham, Helen Cunningham, Iouise Cunningham, Schaefer, Helen S;haef er, Roes, Griffith, McNeen, and Ger trude McNeen; Messrs. Losey, Clark, Lawrence Clark, Tamme, Dunn, Shaw, Claiy, Hipsh, Gehnng, Hedgcock, Tip ton, Will Tipton, Witten, Otero of Santa Fe, Hoskins and Mills. Cat glasi" sate a Murphey's 33 1-3 per cent eft" j " Proper Treatment for Dysentery and ' Diarrhoea. The great mortality from dysentery and diarrhoea lb- due to a lack of proper treatment at the first stages of the disease. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is a reliable and effectual medicine, and when given in reasonable tima will prevent any dangerous consequences. It has been in use for many years and has always met with unvarying success. For sale by all dealers. A Golden Wedding neans that man and wife have) lived oed old age and consequently 0 a - . healthy. . The head way to have kepv i to see that jour 11 keep healthy vty 365 days aaH 865. ver does its qv this is to kep The only way to the house and Ballard's Herblna In Uver gets In take it whenever your . " BnM hv active. B0 cents per bottle, r. . " ,i Center Block Depot Drug Co. Many a man who rides a hobby hda been thrown from it to find himself broke. China sale at Murphey's?! 1-3 per cent off. A. H. Reingrueber Browin vr of L3ls SfA -) nrar nX-l - 11 f i t".aig ice rrnes? , nomeuaaswy and telephone your buttle beor. O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 -0r .0, 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 "ULU3 000.00 ' MARKET REPORTS. 6t Louis Spatter St Louis, July 10. Lead f4.?2; spelter $5.25. New York Metal Market New York, July 10. Lead $4.35 4.40; copper 13 l-4; silver 51. New York Money New York, July 10. Call money nominal; prime paper 3 V44; Mexi can dollar? 44. 8t Louis Wool Market. St Louis, July lO.Wool unchang ed; territory and western mediums,' 2327; fine mediums 2124; fine 13 18 1-2. New York 8tock New York, Jtfy 10. Amalgamated 81 1-4; Atchison 116; New York Central 132; Southern Pacific 133 ; Union Pacific 133 3-4; Steel 68 7-8. Chicago Provisions Market. Chicago, July 10. Close Wheat. July 118 7 8, Sept. Ill 1-8; corn, July 72 1-4, Sept. 67; oats. July 50 1-4, Sept. 43 l-8l-4; pork, July 20 50, Sept. 20.62; laid, July and Sept 11.70; rib, July 11.35. Sept 11X7. - Chicago Stock Market v Chicago, July 10. Cattle 800 head;i market steady. Beeves ,$4.807.40; Texas steers $4.60 6.10; wstern steers $4.756.15; stockers and feed ers $3.40 & 5.10: cows and heifers $2.506.15; calvei $6.407.20. Sheep 5,000 head; market weak. Native $2.754.90; wwtern $2.75 4.80; yearlings $4.50 6.00; lambs $4.758.75; wescern $5.008.69. Kansas City Stock. Kansas City, July 10. Cattl9 4,000 head including 3,000 southerns: mar ket steady. Native steers $IC0 7.00, southern steers $3.80 5.75; southern cows $2.50 4.25; native cows and heifers $2.25 7.25; stackers and feeders $3.505.50; bulls $T 00 ; 4,75, ca,lves 3.T5745 Feptem steeis $4.25igi6.E0; western coWi $125 5.00. Sheep 3,000 head; market steady. Muttons J4.00 4.75; iambs $6.60 8.00, range wethers $4.00 5.25; rang ewes $3.254.50. Help for Those Who Have Stomach Trouble. After doctorinj for about twelve years for a bad etomach trouble, and spending nearly five hundred dollars for medicine and doctors' fees, I pur chased my wife one box of Chaiiber lain's Stomach fend Liver Tablets, which did her so much good that she continued to use them and they have done her more good than all of the medicine I bought hefore. Simuel Boyer, Folsom, Iowa. This me.liclne Is for sale by all dealers. Samples free. ; . 1 i Terribly Scalded Is something we hear or read fbput ergry day of odr Uvea. Burn, ihA .(scaiae eitner slight or serious are tf happen In your family; be L 'ved having a bottle of Bal Prep. ow Unlment handy, It re lard's Su -aln Instantly and quickly lieves the v gold by Center Block heals the burn. - .., Depot Drug Co. ' ' " , 3 ... Vegas. " .... Deer ia ma ; Soathwpst Boost orders tons, for either cr f. catch no fish, ' '.. ,r Kansas City 1. PHOriES MAIN 67, 6! aad 32.