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THE EAtíLE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 195.
PERSONAL PALAVER. Mention of People You Do and Not Know. Do Other Interesting Matter Which Can He Rend With Profit lly All Our Townspeople. Home Made candy at Win. Rose's. AVilliani Walker has returned to Sil ver City. Fresh candies every day at Martin Maher's. See the Cook Stoves Robinson's. and Ranges at Mr. W. B. Walton returned from Las Cruces Sunday. Best Kansas patent flour for sale at Martin Maher's. William Murray was over from Cen tral on Saturday. Gayton N. Petty was up from Doming Sunday afternoon. Miss May Gaddis made a pleasure trip to the Gila last week. Julius AVellgehausen, of Central was in the city last Friday. Don't read jour neighbor's paper but last week for a few days. Jut received a new line of Tin and Granite ware at Robinson's. II. J. Hutchinson, Central's merchaiu prince, was in town last Saturday. Our stoves have arrived. Come and see them. M. W. Neff. Miss Maud Smith, teacher of the Lone Mountain school, was in town last wb K r. Skelly, brother of Postmaster Skelly, is here on a visit from California M. L. Hardin came over from Lords- burg last Saturday with two prisoner." Sheriff H. O. Bursiun,of Socorro, took in the Firemens' dance last Friday night Canary and Mocking birdcages the only complete line in the city at Robin- sou's. Mrs. J. F. Kilhurn and son's left last Thursday for El Paso to visit her sisters there. George 0. Perratitt, one of the old timers mi ihe Mimbres, was in the city last week. D. C. Unhurt went down to Deniing Sunday morning, returning the same afternoon. Frank Jones returned Tuesday from San Francisco, where he took some Chinaman. AV. D. Dukf came iid from Deming Sunday and left the same afternoon for Fort Bavanl. Col. S. P. Carpenter was in from Sa- pcllo yesterday. He went to Dennng on the morning train. Rrincr vnur inb work to Tins Eagi.e of fice. It will be done neatly, promptly and at reasonable rates. Judge. Bantz returned Sunday from Las Cruces where he has been holding court for the past two weeks. Beautiful line of Suits at the Ten Cent Store. To make room for new goons, we offer clothing at 75 cents on the dollar. Express Agent W. C. Marriott and fam ily left on Monday's train on a month's visit to friends in Indiana and Ohio. The only place to get fresh home made candy in Silver City is at Win. Rose's, next door to Abralnn s uariier shop. Chat ley Holson of Lone Mountain and the Misses Craigue of the same place at tended the Firemens' ball, last Friday night. E. M. Young who has been visiting relatives and friends at his old homo in Virginia will return to Silver City on this after noon's train. Go to Con WhitehilPs, for fresh candies. Rodney G. Clarke has returned from the east where he has been visiting for the past six weeks. The story of his wedding was a cruel fake. S. AV. Burdick makes a specialty of Sunday dinners and supers at the Tim mer house. The tables are supplied with the best in the market. Dr. B. Gilbert has rented the house that Mr. Johnson lived in before the Hood. He will take possession as soon as the repairs are completed. No Chinese help employed at thcTim mer bouse. A first-class American cook is in charge of the kitchen and the din ing room service is excellent. Mrs. J. J. Sheri('an returned Sunday afternoon from a month's visit among relatives in the east. Mr. Sheridan went up to Albuquerque Saturday and met her at that point. Mrs. J. M. R. Yewell left Monday morning for her home in Moln-rly Mo. From there she will go on to Louisville Ky. to attend to her deceased brother's estate. Mrs. lewell has been visiting Richard Hudson went to Santa Fe last week to attend to his duties on a com mittee of the board of ponitontiary com missioners to investigate financial affairs of that institution prior to the regular meeting. Our grand fall and winter opening in all the latest novelties will be Monday September 30 Tuesday October 1st and AVednesdav October 2d. All our Pat rons are cordially invited. Max Sciiirrz. For Siile Chciip. Drug Stock, Furniture and. Fixtures of the late Dr. G. AV. Bailey. Apply to Mus. Mahy E. Baii.ky. GILLETT & SON are located in the SILVER CITY NA- TIONALDanK Duild- ing, one block below our former place oí Until FURTHER NOTICE we will sell CANNED in cases to CONSUMERS at cost, These pods were in the basement which was flooded with water, tot are cnunut ni a vn in nun in vu tinning her daughter Mrs. W. L. Jackson, for jjqJ in tllO faSt. about six weeks. o Con AVhitchill keeps the liest line fruits, next door to express ollice. of YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE. I desire to inform you that having purchased the stock, fixtures etc. of Mr. J, A. Kemmis, Watchmaker 'and Jeweler, I will continue the husiness at the same place. A select line of AVATCIIES, JEWELRY ETC. Carried. I make a SPECIALTY of FINE AVATCII REpAUUNU and will appreciate a trial and will guarantee satisfaction. Very Truly, J. R. HICKS. \n\n J. A. Ancheta was down to Deming