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LA VEGAS DAILY OPTIC, MONDAY JANUARY 15, 1912.
ITEl irn ii JY ME EXICO 5EE HE ant a F :iala of those i ernmw Wre-1 r lijrln I id Sh Braflfo Ham 1 Cliel A. J. Hag rge Ci lliam J iovern ia and lernor xico ii the la to th. iter, y New " ' t Vhile iots, t urge 1 15 to 1 ton, t Itimon la wi lag bc) w 'V.ril ,.. ,...,Tt- m18".to J"" Trinld iccessi Ev 6o; si I PI SPECIAL PAV DAY SALE j 1 FOR TODAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY January 15th., 16th. and 17th. FOR CASH ONLY. 15 lbs. Beet Sagwr 1-00 li lbs., Cane Sugar 1.00 Fancy Breakfast Bacon by the slab 20 Good Breakfast Bacon by the slab 17 Fancy Hams, per lb ,., 17 3 lbs. Pure Lard 39 5 lbs. Pure Lard 63 10 lbs.. Pure Lard 120 3 lbs., Lard Compound 2' 5 lbs. Lard Compound " 10 lbs. Lard Compound 90 48 lb. Sack Diamond M Flour 1AP 24 lb. Sack Diamond M Flour 74 48 lb. Sack Old Homestead Flour 15 24 lb. Sack Old Homestead Flour 7 15 Ounce Can Columbia Milk v JP 20 Ounce Can Libbys Milk -10 Good Standard Sweet Com, per can OS Fancy Sweet Corn, per oan 20c Can White Horse Brand Tomatoes for 1 15c Can Farm House Brand Tomaties, for H 12c Can Columbus Brand Tomatoes for 10 10c Can Falls City Brand Tomatoes for 8 l-3c Reindeer Brand Hulled Corn, per can 10 Monarch Brand Pumpkin, per can 12 Large Can Table Peaches, lor 17 Large Can Table Grapes for 14 Gallon Can White Horse Brand Pie Apples for 30 Gallon Can Monarch Brand Pie Apples for 38 Gallon Can Reindeer Brand Pie Plums for 30 Gallon Can Reindeer Brand Pie Plant for 28 Pikes Peak Brand Macaroni, per package 08 Shredded Wheat Biscuit, per package 12 Grape Nuts, per package 12 3 packages City Soda Crackers for 25 3 packages Nabtscos, for 25 8 Bars of Diamond C Soap, for 25 7 Bars of Lenox Soap, for 25 4 Bars of Fels Naptha Soap, for 25 10 lbs. Extra Fancy Potatoes for 25 Genuine Mexican Pinto Beans, per lb 05 2 Ounce Bottle Burnett's Lemon Extract 18 Fancy Table Apples, per lb 05 Fancy Apples, per box of about 50 lbs 2.00 Good Native Apples, 10 lbs. for 25 BUY ALL YOU WANT Your Money back tor any Article that don't Please you. IKE DAVIS. PHONE MAIN 193 or MAIN 194. THE CRAAF I AM D CO. PHONE 16 17 PHONE 18 Vz Sack Boss Patent Flour $1,50 4 Sack Boss Patent Flour 80c 12 Sack Old Homestead Flour $1.50 15 lbs. Sugar ( $1.00 100 Iba. Potatoes, Utah $2,50 10 lbs. Potatoes 25c 15c Can Utah Tomatoes tOc 3 Cans Fall City Tomatoes 25c 3 Cans Midway Club Corn 25c 3 Cans Cabinet Hominy 25c 5 lbs. Mexican Bean 25c 4 lbs. Navy Beans 25c 5 lbs. Rice 25c 3 Pkgs. Vermicelli 25c 3 Pkgs. Macaroni 25c 3 Pkgs. Spaghetti 25c 1 lb. Mix Green and Black Tea 35c Bismark Mince Meat, quart jars 30c 2 lb. Glass Long's Preserves 25c 1 quart P. V. Syrup 30c 8 Iba. Applet 25c 4 oz. Bottle Burnetts Lemon Extract 35c 8 Bags Salt 25c 8 Bars Diamond C. Soap 25c 8 Bars Lighthouse Soap 25c 6 Bars Lenox Soap 25c 6 Bars Crystal White Soap 25c 20 lbs. Pure Lard $2.20 10 lbs. Pure Lard $1.15 5 Iba, Pure Lard 65c 3 lbs. Pure Lard i 40c 20 lbs. Compound Lard $1.60 10 lbs. Compound Lard 90c 6 lbs. Compound Lard 45c 3 lbs. Compound Lard 30c Hams, per lb 15c Bacon, side, per lb 16c 32 oz. Pure Food Jams, 3 for... 4 $1.00 FOR CASH ONLY JANUARY, 15-16-17 LOCAL NEWS See the Hub's big discount sale on Page i. Try a dram of Old Taylor bourbon at tbe Opera Bar. You can buy for $1.95 shoes worth $4.00 and $3.50 at Talcherfs, Douglas avenue. The Friendship club will meet to morrow afternoon with Mrs. Howell at her home on Fourth street. Finch's Golden Wedding Rye, aged in the wood. Direct from distillery to you. At the Lobby, of course. Miss Alioe Coors as "The American Girl" will not only look the part, but fill it in every way. Friday, the nine teenth, Duncan opera house. The revised edition of the Ladles' Guild Cook Book, containing an ex cellent variety of new tried recipes, is on sale at the home of Mrs. A. H. Whitmore, S25 Seventh street. Price 50 cents. The Ladies' Guild of St. Paul's Me morial Episcopal church will meet to morrow afternoon with Mrs. E. V. Long at her home on the corner of Seventh street and Columbia avenue. Stock must be reduced in various lines regardless of cost, all this sea son's goods. See us, space is too lim ited to state prices, at Talcherfs, Douglas avenue. Jose Maria Salas was arrested last night by Officer Kelly on the cha-ge of drunkenness and when summoned before Judge D. R. Murray today pleaded guilty and was released upon the payment of the costs. Salas is not a resident of Las Vegas but was traveling south according to hfis story. Mrs. Addie Francisco, after a long illness, died last night at 9 o'clock at St. Anthony's sanitarium. Mrs. Francisco came to Las Vegas three years ago from her home in Clinton, Mo., in search of health. About a week ago her condition became crit ical and her three sons and brother. P. H. Boyle of Clinton, Mo., wore sent for and were at her bedside when she passed away. Mrs. Francisco is sur vived by three sons, Taylor Lay, aged 17 years, and William and Andrew, twins, aged 15 years, and three broth ers and a sister. Mr. Francisco died eight years ago. In all probability the body, accompanied by the brother and sons, il be sent to Butler, Mo., this evening where burial will occur. Mrs. Francisco was born In Clinton, Mo., 39 years ago. 1-3 OPF GREENBERGER'S Copyright Han Schaffticr & Marx Big Discount Sale 33 1-3 Percent Discount on all ttens Suits and Overcoats Begin. Monday Jan. 15 we will offer all our High Glass. NEW Up-To-Daje, Snappy, Suits and Overcoats made by Hart Schaff ner and Marx, Ederheimer Stein and Co. and Michael Sterns & Co. at 1-3 off A Straight Out and Out proposition of New Goods at 2-3 of their Value. 33 1-3 DISCOUNT 1 i 5-JH Copyright Han Schaffncr & Marx YOU NEED THE SHIRTS SHIRTS WE NEED THE MONEY Come On Any Any Any Any $1.00 Negligee Shirt 1.25 Negligee Shirt 1.50 Negligee Shirt 1.75 Negligee Shirt 73 c 95c 120 1.35 GREENBERGER BOYS And CHILDRENS 1-4 OFF SUITS And OVERCOATS All our Boys and Children Suits and Overcoats are yours for the asking AT 25 Percent Discount, gSldL"cludM an "r GREENBERGER f "The American Girl," under the direction of Mrs. Charles L. Kohn, by he High School Girls' Glee club, will be sure to please its audience. Get your seats early. Friday the nineteenth. CHANGE YOUR WASH DAY TO LAUNDRY DAY Ii you make it LAS VEGAS STEAM LAUNDRY DAY you'll never go back to the old-iashioned way. TRY US ONCE. PHONE NOW- Las Vegas Steam Laundry Phone Main 81 617 Douglas Alfred Benjamin's suits or overcoats for 50 per cent discount at the Hub. The regular meeting of the W. C T. U. will be held tomorrow afternoon at the Christian clyirch at 2 -DO o'clock. MR. POLICYHOLDER. Dear Sir. Our insurance advice Is free to you. It may be of value to you. You pay money willingly for Are insurance. Our advice tends to warrant not spending your money in vain. Ask us about "A Better Protection at the same expense" CUTLER BROS. 614 Lincoln Ave. Tel. Main 124. S See Our ADVERTISEMENT ON PAGE FIVE J. H. STEARNS PURE THINGS TO EAT One-half oft on any suit or overcoat at the Hub. Ted Hayward, who for some time has bad charge of the commissary department of the convict road camp in the GaJIinas canyon north of Las Vegas, has been promoted to the po sition of foreman. H. P. Tllton of Las Vegas has taken his place In the com missary department and left for the camp this morning. GOLF TOURNEY. Pinehurst, N. C., Jan. 15. What promises to be one of the most suc cessful golf tournaments ever held by the Advertising Golf association open ed on the Pinehurst links today. The tournament, which will last through the entire week, will be unusual In character, as the program provides for a number of novel events In addition to the regular championship contests. f "A I ET us tell you About $3T J. J Window Lighting. You pay il cjfi reD' sma" sPace uW nz Y you ooc reurns Dy having wL k$T3L lt we)1 lighted. Cu.ton.er W. P. anthsW ' " MMMMIWWlAM Las Vegas tight & Power Co, We Have Just Brought Over a Fresh Lot ol Those Beautiful CYCLAMEN. When inNeed of a Nice Present get one of These 50c, 75c, $1.00. $1.25 PERRY ONION & SON 507 Sixth Strtet Phonr U.ia 462 TO OUR FRIENDS OF THE OPTIC. Knowing it to be impossible to meet each one separately we take tuis way of thanking the kind people of Las v egas who gave so liberally to help in our loss by fire on Sunday after noon, January 7, and also our neigh bors on the mesa who did all that was possible in saving what they could and in putting out the lire. Our earn est prayer is that God may richly bless you and that we will all know one another in heaven. MR. AND MRS. H. L. NIMS. ESTABLISHED I 87(1 The To The People Who Want to save money BY Buying for Cash Come and Get my Prices Before Buying Elsewhere BOUCHER. (The Coffee Man.) First National Bank of Las Vegas. New Mexico First National Bank Building, Sixth Street JEFFERSON RAYNOLDS, President E. D. RAYNOLDS. - - - Cashier HALLETT RAYNOLDS, As't Cashier A General Banking Business transacted. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Issues Domsstio and Foreign Exchange. COAL AND WOOD WRITE NUT LUMP WHOLESALE AND RETAIL sa D. W. C ON D ON 31 EVERYBODY READS THE LAS VEGAS OPTIC t