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LAS VEGAS DAILY OPTIC, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1912.
Dance at armory Wednesday night.
SPECIAL PAV DAY SALE
FOR TODAY, AND TOMORROW
January 16th. and 17th.
FOR CASH ONLY.
15 lbs. Beet Sugar
14 lbs., Cane Sugar
Fancy Breakfast Bacon by the slab
Good Breakfast Bacon by the slab
Fancy Hams, per lb
3 lbs. Pure Lard
5 lbs. Pure Lard
10 lbs.. Pure Lard
3 lbs., Lard Compound
5 lbs. Lard Compound
10 lbs. Lard Compound
48 lb. Sack Diamond M Flour
24 lb. Sack Diamond M Flour
48 lb. Sack Old Homestead Flour
24 lb. Sack Old Homestead Flour
15 Ounce Can Columbia Milk
20 Ouiice Can LIbby's Milk
Good Standard Sweet Corn, per can
Fancy Sweet Corn, per can
20c Can White Horse Brand Tomatoes for
15c Can Farm House Brand Tomatoes, for
12c Can Columbus Brand Tomatoes for
10c Can Falls City Brand Tbmatoes for 8
Reindeer Brand Hulled Corn, per can
Monarch Brand Pumpkin, per can
Large Can Table Peaches, for
Large Can Table Grapes for
Gallon Can White Horse Brand Pie Apples for
Gallon Can Monarch Brand Pie Apples for
Gallon Can Reindeer Brand Pie Plums for
Gallon Can Reindeer Brand Pie Plant for
Pikes Peak Brand Macaroni, per package
Shredded Wheat Biscuit, per package
Grape Nuts, per package
3 packages City Soda Crackers for
3 packages Nablscos, for
8 Bars of Diamond C Soap, for
7 Bars of Lenox Soap, for
i 4 Bars of Fels Naptha Soap, for
10 lbs. Extra Fancy Potatoes for
Genuine Mexican Pinto Beans, per lb
2 Ounce Bottle Burnett's Lemon Extract
Fancy Table Apples, per lb.
Fancy Apples, per box of about 50 lbs
Good Native Apples, 10 lbs. for
$1.00
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BUY ALL YOU WANT
Your Money back tor any Article that don't Please yon.
IKE DAVIS.
PHONE MAIN 193 or MAIN 194.
THE IMF HID CO.
PHONE
16 17
PHONE
18
LOCAL NEWS
See the Hub's big discount sa'e on
page 5.
Try a dram of Old Taylor bourbon
at the Opera Bar.
Finch's Golden Wedding Rye, aged
in the wood. Direct from distillery
to you. At the Lobby, of course.
The "Military Maidens" will ri7a'.
our Company H In their drill and
will be seen In the bright operetta
"The American Girl," January 19.
A. R. Marwick, general secretary of
the Y. M. C. A., entertained at dinner
last night the members of the cabinet
of the Epworth league of the Metho
dist church. Mr. Marwick is presi
dent of the church society.
Vz Sack Boss Patent Flour $1.50
'4 Sack Boss Patent Flour 80c
Vz Sack Old Homestead Flour $1,50
15 lbs. Sugar $1.00
100 lbs. Potatoes, Utah $2.50
10 lbs. Potatoes 25c
15c Can Utah Tomatoes 10c
3 Cans Fall City Tomatoes 1 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 i 25c
1 lb. Mix Green and Black Tea 35c
Blsmark Mince Meat, quart jars 30c
2 lb. Glass Long's Preserve ., 25c
1 quart P. V. Syrup 30c
8 lbs. Apple 25c
4 oz. Bottle Burnett Lemon Extract . . . , 35c
8 Bags Salt y 25c
8 Bars Diamond C. Soap . 25c
8 Bars Lighthouse Soap . 25c
6 Bars Lenox Soap 25c
6 Bars Crystal White Soap 25c
20 lb. Pure Lard $2.20
10 lb. Pure Lard $1.15
5 lbs. Pure Lard . 65c
3 lb. Pure Lard 40c
20 lbs. Compound Lard $1.60
10 lbs. Compound Lard 90c
5 lbs. Compound Lard , . 45c
3 lbs. Compound Lard iMft..i?M 30c
Hams, per lb , 15c
Bacon, side, per lb 16c
32 oz. Pure Food Jams, 3 for $1.00
FOR C A S H ONLY
JANUARY, 15-16-17
According to word received by
Postmaster F. O. Blood today, Piedad
Medina has been commissioned post
master of Wagon Mound. He receiv
ed his commission on January 10.
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, 825 Seventh street.
Price 50 cents.
Miss Ruth Conrad will play the
piano accompaniment for all of the
numbers in the benefit play for the
High School Friday night with the
exception of the overtures. There
will be a full orchestra and much de
pends on the piano, but according to
Mrs. Charles Kohn, who has charge
of the play, "The American Girl" Miss
Conrad is well able to handle the
music and a better person for this in
strument would be hard to find.
One-half off on any suit or overcoat
at the Hub.
At the first meeting of the board of
county commissioners, recently elect
ed for Mora county, which was held
yesterday, John Gandert was electt'd
chairman.
Alfred Benjamin's suits or overcoats
for 50 per cent discount at the Hub
"The Muscular Maidens" In the
operetta "The American Girl" will
prove a pleasing feature of the play
Friday, the nineteenth.
Word was received in Las Vegas to
day of the death of Mrs. Refugio Gld
dings de Bazan at her home in Santa
Rosa Saturday night The burial oc
curred Sunday afternoon in Puerto de
Luna.
Professor B. J. Reed, principal of
the Las Vegas High school, is report
ed to be ill and was not able to at
tend class yesterday or today. Mr,
Reed is suffering from the mumps.
A marriage license was Issued Sat
urday afternoon at the court house to
.Tosefa Slsneros, aged 22, and Deme-
trio Duran, aged 24. Both are resi
dents of Lagunita.
The work of putting the steel roof
trusses of the Elks' new club house
progressed rapidly yesterday and to
day and as soon as they are in place
the work on the building will be
pushed without delay. The steel got
stuck In the storms in Kansas and
was lost several days. It did not ar
rive in Las Vegas until Saturday
night. As soon as the trusses are set
the work on the roof can begin. The
building is lathed as far as possible
and much of the plumbing and heat
ing pipe lines are in place. As soon
as the roof Is on and the building en
closed the plastering will begin and
the structure rushed to a rapid completion.
The latest issue of the Santa Fe
Employes Magazine has been receiv
ed In Las Vegas. This issue con
tains a fine article concerning the
late Conductor George Frost of Albu
querque, and a number of other Items
of Interest.
It was announced this morning that
the Oberammergau Foreign Travel
and Concert company will appear In
Las Vegas on the Santa Fe readinj
room concert circuit on January 27
at the Y. M. C. A. hall. The com
pany comes highly recommended by
S. E. Busser, reading room super
intendent, and no doubt will be wel
comed to the Meadow City by a large
audience. Miss Sarah Greenleaf Frost
heads the company as lecturer, with
Miss Helen Carleton Marsh, soloist;
Mrs. Lincoln H. Jelllff, pianist, and
Mrs. George W. Young, manager of
stereopticon. The seat reservation
for .the employes of the Santa Fe
will commence on January 24 and
will be opened to the general public
on the morning of January 27.
MR. POLICYHOLDER.
Dear Sir. Our insurance advice is
free to you. It may be of value to
you. You pay money willingly for fire
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.
CHANGE YOUR WASH DAY
TO LAUNDRY DAY
If you make it
LAS VEGAS STEAM
LAUNDRY DAY
you'll never go back to the
old-fashioned way.
TRY US ONCE.
PHONE NOW-
Las Vegas Steam
Laundry
Phone Main 812617 Douglas
At the annual meeting or Congre
gation Montefiore held Sunday in the
Jewish Temple on Douglas avtenu
Slg Nahm was elected president for
the coming term. Ludwig W. Ilfeld
was chosen vice president; Jacob
Stern treasurer, and Isaac Appel sec
retary. Cecllio Rosenwld, Isaac Bach-
arach, A. M. Adler, Charles Danzlger
and Charles Greenclay will serve as
directors for the coming year. The
installation of officers of the J. E.
Rosenwald lodge B'Nai B'Rith was
also held Sunday at a meeting called
for that purpose. The following are
the officers of the lodge for the com
ing year: Isaac Bacharach, presi
dent; L. W. Ilfeld, vloe president;
Charles Greenclay, secretary; Bernard
Appel, treasurer; Simon Hoffman
warden and Julius Krause guardian.
i
To The People
Who
Want to save money
BY
Buying for Cash
Come and
Get my Prices
Before
Buying Elsewhere
BOUCHER.
(The Coffee Man.)
We Have Just Brought Over a Fresh Lot of Those Beautiful
CYCLAMEN.
When in Need of a Nice Present get one of These
50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25
PERRY ONION & SON
507 Sixth Street
Phone Miia 462
TODAY
TOMORROW
SPECIAL
CASH
SALE
I6th. & 17th.
100 pounds sugar $6.50
15 pounds sugar 1.00
100 pounds Idaho potatoes 2.45
50 pounds Idaho potatoes 1.25
10 pounds Idaho potatoes .25
The Best Flour Made.
48 lb. sack Cream Loaf . . 1.60
24 lb. sack Cream Loaf . . .80
Good Flour.
48 lb. sack Boss Patent . . 1.50
24 lb. sack Boss Patent . . .75
48 lb. sack K. Pride , 1.45
24 lb. sack K. Pride 75
Best creamery butter, lb . . .40
Best country butter, lb -37
Standard ham, per lb. . . .15
Standard bacon, per lb 16
20 lbs. pure lard 2.20
10 lbs. pure lard 1.15
5 lbs. pure lard 60
3 lbs. pure lard 10
20 lbs. Compound l.ttu
10 lbs. Compound 90
5 lbs. Compound 45
3 lbs. Compound 30
4 pkgs Gloss starch, or
3 pkgs Faultless s
8 bars Diamond C
6 boxes bag blueing,
6 pkgs. Pearline
. op nr
taxch, or II
soap, or
ng, or J
3
Soda Crackers
Oyster Crackers
Graham Crackers
Oat Meal Crackers
25
3
Vermacelll
Spaghetti!
Macaroni
25
We will make you a still fur
ther reduction on larger quanti
ties and on month supply bill. 1
STEARNS
Any
SUIT
OR
OVERCOAT
In The House at
ONE THIRD OFF
GREENBERGER'S
Customer W. P. southard
ET us tell you About
4 our low Flat Rale
Window Lighting. You pay
big rent for that small space
in your Window, let it bring
you good returns by having
it well lighted.
Las Vegas Light & Power Co,
B S T A B 1, I S H E L 1 8 7
The
First National Bank
THE GROCER
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 Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
COAL AMD WOOD '
SUGAR1TE
NUT
LUMP
wholesale: and retail
me 0. w. c on a ON
21
The
Science of
Selling
Farms
If it may be termed a science must
include a means of presenting the
proposition to the greatest number
of prospective buyers. To reach this
class in the southwest use the
OPTIC
WANT COLUMNS
EVERYBODY READS THE LAS VEGAS OPTIi
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