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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 20 January 1892

. : - i Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Wednesday Evening, January 20, 1892. No. 31. i "if LATE NEWS. LATE TEAIN8. Chicago, Jan. 19. Of twenty three mail trains duo in Chicago this morning- from all parts, fourteen had, up to noon, failed to arrive, and not any of them was on time. The snow blockade is one of the most extensive the postoflice officials remember to have experienced. The daily trains are due from every point of the com pass. T1IB CABnOCT MEETING. Washington, Jan. 19. The cab inet meeting to-day was devoted ,r almoit entirely to the consideration of the Chilian question. The pro ceedings were only temporarily in terrupted by the slight illness of Secretary Blaine. There is reason to believe the government has re ceived dispatches from the Chilian minister looking to a peaceful and satisfactory solution of the questions in dispute, and that they were sub mitted to the cabinet to-day. This will have a most important bearing on the question of submitting the correspon...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 20 January 1892

S VcRRS matter. 1S92. of Lincoln com.., Mrs. A. L. . .'is hau resur rected the Lincoln Independent after a year's slumber, and brings it out as a very neat sheet. Wk understand that a movement is on foot to consolidate the various mining companies at Coyote, Mora county, into one largo and strong company, wliicli will oe aide to go on and develop the country there properly. It's a good scheme am; we hope it will bo successful. At Albuquerque committees hav been appointed to entertain tho Press clubs, which are expecte mrougu mere to-morrow, i ins is one of the best opportunities New Mexico has ever had to get some good send-offs, but wc doubt if an place but Albuquerque gets any ben efits out of it. Dit. IIekstky has added a new ter ror to leap year by telling, in th American Jfedical JVi'ir, how pa tients have been cured of severe gas trie and other troubles simply by sticking to ice cream as a steady diet. And any number of young ladies will rise up and call Dr. Her utey blessed. ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 20 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1892. Las Vesas. Mexico, It tin! county tent of Ban Miguel count r, the moat populous and wealthy county of the Territory. It l altuated In latitude 86 degree. 40 miuutei north, ... ,) n.lltnna viva .t lh .t mm Kua ftff thH Hocky Mountains, at an altitude of about ,900 feet above aea level, a lew mnea to me wni amine monntalni, to the eaat and aoutheaat a TMt plain tretenca away ana anoraaanno nucKnBrw;m tural country. It hai an eutcrprlalng population ol between aeven and eight thouund people and la grow' It la altuated on a grant of 500,010 acrea, of which only a few thonaand had a good title, r tne irgiaia ... h nRHi,fi &tnw which aettlea the title and will throw the balance ef the tract open to aettle- mcnt. fk.tnni, lit hv niMtrlr. llvht. haa water worki. gaa, atrcet-car line, telephone exchange, a dally pa per, chnrchea, academic, puoiio ana pnyaie w . -.,-,t,nv t mnUA hftnlrlnff and financial tnatttutlona and nierc.nntllo houaca, a...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 20 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1892. JUST RECEIVED Diamond Ery Fruits: Prune?,' Silver Prunes, Peeled Peach on, Evaporated Raspberries, E v a p o r ated Blackberries, Choice Pitted Che rries, Evaporated A p p 1 c e, Dry 1) 1 a c k F i g s, Sliced Pear, Currant 8, Raisins, Citron, All received fresh to-day by Graaf&Kline Chronic city croakers, collapse. Closing out wall paper at C. Mil lion's. The Glee club has changed its name to the Schubert club. The Whist club meets to night at Miss Mary La line's. The meeting at the Baptist church are- doing great good. Tho Catholic Knights meet at the residence of Mrs. It. ltomero to-mor row night. In the garnishee case tried yester day before Judge Wooster, the jury could not agree. Don't forget the grand entertain ment to be given at the Lopez hall to-morrow night. Messrs. Best it Trcvcrton have the contract for building a mission school forty feet long. Ue sure to go to the IJaptist church to night. The Holy Spirit is certainly...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 21 January 1892

Vsr ft Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Thursday Evening, January 21, 1892. No. 32. LATE NEWS. STRIKE SETTLED. Galveston, Jan. 20. A speoial from Tyler, Texas, says that the Aransas Pass strike has been settled, The old men are to return -to work whenever vacancies occur. No one is to be discharged except for ineffi ciency. All the tied up freight in the yards has been moved. The strikers admit their defeat. HOUSB PROCEEDINGS. Washington, Jan. 20. There was considerable talk about the Chilean situation around the corridors of the house to-day, but the excitement has almost entirely subsided. The session was short, and after few bills, among them Mr. Springer's free wool bill, were introduced, the houso adjourned. UNSATISFACTORY. Washington, Jan. 20. The Post will say to-day: It was learned on good authority that the state depart ment received information from the Chilean government that that coun try was ready and willing to make reparation for all losses to life, limb and honor ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 21 January 1892

Las Vegas Free. Press An Evening Daily. J. A. CAR.RTJTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $6.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered Bt too pout ofJlcc at East Liu egM for transmission n second class mall matter. Thursday, Jan. 21, 1892. Lakk Baikal, in Siberia, is the deepest lake in the world. It only has an area of 0,000 square mile8,but it has a depth of from 4,000 to f,000 teet, bo that its volume is nearly equal to that of lake Michigan. Tiik grandest tomb in the world is, without a doubt, the Taj Mahal, or crown of empires, at Agra. It is an octagonal building of tho purest White marble, the interior being dec orated with inlaid work of precious stones. The Irrigation Convention in March should not be forgotten, but Las Vegas should take every method possible to please and captivate her visitors. We havo not had such a chance to advertise and show the town for a long time as this conven tion gives us, ami it should be used to the best advantage. As war mater...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 21 January 1892

I.. V- Las Vegas Free Press Thtjksday, Jak. 21, 1892. Las Visas, Las Vegas (the neiiovi), the largest cltjln New ion . -, , - uiiw Ik tha nnnntv aaat of San lllKael coontv. the Ihoit populous nd wealthy count of the Territory. t i. .i.i.tjl tn latltnrla IK rfparaea so minuter north. K lAltlnaa lv at tha aaltarn blH Of the Boeky Mountains, at en Hltude of ebout t.900 feet bore let level. A rew miles to me wesiarama mountains, to the eut end southern e Tt pltla tretcnes away ena anorasanna iiwaBnuaKniiur Annnt if h an enta.rnrlstna' Dooalatlon ol between seven end eight thousand people end Is trow In steadily. ' It le situated on grant of SOO.0OO acres, of which . .,n,,..nrt hut a jod title, but the legisla ture has Just passed a law which eetUee the title end Will throw the balance 01 me iraoi upru w wr ment. The town Is lit by electric light, his water works. gas, street-car line, teiepnone exenanao, f per, churches, academies, publlo and private schools, a number of solid banking a...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 21 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Thursday, Jan. 21, 1S92. JUST RECEIVED Diamond Dry Fruits: Prunee, Silver Prunes, Peeled Peach eg, Evaporated Raspberries, Evapor ated Blackberries, Choice Pitted Che rries, Evaporated Apples, Dry 13 lack Figs, Sliced Pears, Currants, It a i h i ns, Citron, All received fresh to-day by Graaf& Kline Gkaitt Eesoltocks. At the meeting of tho city council last niylit the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: lie it resolved, That we, the com mon council of the city of East Las Vegas, a municipal corporation ex isting within tho limits of tho Las Vegas grant, do as such common council, heartily approve of and in dorse the decision of tho Honorable John V. Noble, secretary of the in terior, of December 5lh, 1891, in reference to the Las Vegas giant, and believe the same in harmony with the original intent and purposes of the Mexican government, and just and equitable to all parties interested He it further resolved, That we deprecate any attempt on the p...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 22 January 1892

op Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Friday Evening, January 22, 1892. No. 33. v LATE NEWS. & 1100,000 BLAZE. Montreal. Jan. 21. The build ing occupied by Mills & McDougall wholesale woolens, A. M. Fish Sons, importers, and Evans' Sons & Mason, coal and wood, burned to night Loss, $100,000. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION New York, Jan. 21. A Washing ton dispatch to the World states that the Democratic National Committee will call the national convention to meet on June 2 1st, just two weeks later than the Republican convention on June 7th. WILL SURRENDER. New Orleans, Jan. 21. The I'icayune's' Austin, Tex., special says: Adjutant General Mabre has returned from the Mexican border, and ho thinks Garza will surrender to the American authorities within ten days or be captured or killed The Mexican government has offered a reward for the outlaw, dead or alive, and his capture or death is looked for. GOV. BOIES INAUGURATED. Des Moines, la., Jan. 21. The inauguration of Gov....

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 22 January 1892

An Evening Dally, Las Vegas Free Press and abl 10 Pa7 wo11 for wLat they lancy win amuso tnera, as witness tlic sums of money which the Brit ishers who are able to hit the Amer ican fancy carry back home with them. J. A. CARKTJTH, PUBLISHES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $0.00 Six Months 3.00 Per Week 15 In advance. Entered at tho post olllce at East Las Vegas for transmission as second class mall matter. Friday, Jan. 22, 1802. The American iano manufactur ers do not think that "Ho that touch eth pitch shall be defiled therewith." They are going to reduce theirs 17.5. George Gown is going to have a herd of 100 elk and deer in his park in the Catskills. His father still takes his pleasure among the lambs. There is great excitement at Old Albuquerque over the sale of their old cemetery to a eardener who has I At the meeting !eld last night at the office of Felix Martinez, to take steps to entertain the Editorial As sociation, there were present, in ad? dition to tho paper men, the dire...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 22 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Feidat, Jan. 22, 1892. Las Visas. LuYou (the metlowi), tti Unrest city In Kew the i. v. nn.i n nf C.n Ulvnnl nnnnlv. MAMtnni anil WAtllhvAnnntV Af til TflfTltOrV It It sltnuted In latitude 85 degrees 40 minutes north, on the GalllnM river, at tlie eaatera but of the Rock? Mountains, at an altitude of about S.IH0 feet bore sen level. A few mllci to the west are the 'mountains, to the eut end southeast tut plain tretchea away and affords a fine stock and attrlcnl- tnral eonntry. It naa an enierpnsiiw puiui.iuu between eeven and eight thonaand people and la grow- . nn . nt nf Kftinm sens, of which only a fewjhouaend had a good title, bat the legists. tore hat Just paatea a law wnicu seitiu m. will throw the balance of the tract open to aettle- ment. The town la 111 by electric light, haa water works, .,... iin tnianhone axchanae, a dally pa per,' churchea, academies, public and private achoolt, a nnmber of eolld banking ana nmntm iubilui. and mercantile houtes,,som...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 22 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Fkiday, Jan. 22, 1S02. JUST RECEIVED Diamond Erj Fruits: Prunes, Silver Prune, reeled Peach es, Evaporated Raspberries, Evapor ated Jilackbcrries, C li o i c e P i 1 1 e d Che rrie, Evaporated A p p 1 e n, Dry 151 a ck F i g t, Sliced Tears, C u r r a n t a, Raisins, Citron, All received fresh to-day by Graaf& Kline Of nil the yoiinjr men Ijcitcntli the sun, I iiuver knew a moro list ul ono Than lie who supplies lis Willi Items each day. Arid shouts fur tho Fret; Press hooray! hoorny ! Furnished room,' Optic block. To-niyht is your last chance to hear the phonograph. Business is nourishing at tho re corder's oflice this week. The Las Vegas Savings bank has its report in another column. We were attracted by the singing at the academy this afternoon. It was beautiful. There will be a meeting of the Executive Hoard of Irrigation at Col. T. H. Mills' oilice, on Monday the 25th. A party of the West Side citizens are contemplating organizing the Casino club, for t...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 23 January 1892

411 MIS' East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Saturday Evening, January 23, 1892. No. 34. Vol. I. Ail 'Ill I IA7 V VJ yj The Leaf Teas Bail. Tim hall at the A. O. U. W. hall last nUht was the most magnificent affair of this or any other season The hall was tastefully decorated with fir sprigs and Chinese lanterns, The word welcome in silver letters made one feel at home, and the le gend "catch on" urged the dilatory gentlemen to their duty. The "dear girls ' gave the com munity a lesson in self denial last. night, that the "dear boys" will never forget. A very large room with this notice over the door, "For tlie dear boys," was set apart for the gentle men, while the ladies satisfied them selves with a cloak room six by six When the assembled talent and bril- LATE NEWS. DEPOSED FROM OFFICE. Dns Moines, Iowa, Jan. 22. Sec retary of the Senate Cliff, Republi can, was voted deposi from office this afternoon by the Democrats in the f tate senate, Lieutenant Gover nor Bestow casting the deciding ...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 23 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. J. A. GAREUTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yeah $0.00 Six .Month s 3.00 Pkr Week 15 In advance. Entered nt tbo post office at East Lns Vc?na for trr.nMi!)ion as second clans mail matter. Saturday, Jan. 2?,, 1S92. Lost Somewhere in the city, a committee on hotel improvement!". Please return to Commercial club and receive suitable reward. Tiik committee appointed to en tertain the members of the Territori al Editorial association have endeav ored to do all they can under the cir ciiinstaiK-.es to make the editors' vi.s't to the city pleas wt, nud we hope have succeeded verv well. creased production is the greatest of the state and forma the larger part of the aggregate production. Lead villo is accredited approximately with 112,000,000, while $9,000,000 to $10,000,000 is the estimate of the mining people for Aspen. Wonder ful developmei ' have been made in the Mollie Gibson, and the output of this mine during the past eight months was $2,2...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 23 January 1892

ii Las Vegas Free Press Saturday, Jan. 23, 1892. Las Vegas. LiiTetM (the meadows), the largest city In Kow the jn.iAn uihaMiintf inttnf Ban Mlffuel eountr, Hunt populous and wealthy coontr of the Territory. It U iltaated In latitude degrees 0 minutes north, on the Oalllnae rlrer, at the eaitern bsse of the Rocky Mountain, at an altitude of .bout MOO feet ahore tea level. A few miles to tne wen are vn monntslni, to the at and southeast a Tart plain itrctchcs away ana airorm a line stoci ana sirncui tural country. It hat an enterprising population oi between seven and eight thousand people and Is grow 1.. - I ... .1 1 1 V It Is situated on a grant of 800,000 acres, of which only a few thouosnd had a gnoo nut, on ins n?Kiv .. h.. inn nuaaed a law which settles the title and will throw the balance of the tract open to settle ment. The town Is lit by electric light, has water worts. gas, street-car line, telephone exchange, aoauj i t,., -.!. iflAflmffs. nubile and private scr-tols. ...',...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 23 January 1892

Las! Vegas Free Press Saturday, Jan. 23, 1892. Cash or no Cash I S pckgn Arlmcklo's Coffee S 2 " MnhHKkn Cntloe V 3 Lion toffee 4' Z HvrepnlriK Coffee 45 10 ll'i Cuilnby Sprtml Lard 1 10 ft " " IW 10 " " Rex u 1 5 " " " Ml 10 " " Compound 75 6 40 1 " Kiiirar-oiirpil Ilacon or Ham W 8 cans good I'paehe 1 00 8 " Knmbcrrli-S 1 10 8 " lllaiklKTTlPS 1 00 8 " HrU 1 !) rrli 1 ll 8 " " Hlii-lerrf ; ... 1 00 8 -J Uoosebt-rrics 1 00 13 Itiilslns 1 00 4 ' best KvHHrntel Hnipbrrles 1 00 1 " " " Annies 15 1 " " " Pencil K 1 " Apricot ) 1 " Dried Cherries... 20 Wo will not bo undersold. Graaf& Kline AT TE3 DANCE. Hho was there. With a rose la brr hair, Because It was a dress uffalr. O! the deani, the pretty dears. Enough to melt tbe atones to tears. To tblnk tbut I must llvo alone, Woo Is mo, Oc:honcI Oehonel Furnished rooms, Optic block. C. Swaggart is an expert at the telephone. Wo forgot to return that pencil. Please call for it. Found A pair of Hpcetacles and case. Inquire at this ollice....

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 25 January 1892

Vol. I. East Las Vegas, New Mexico, Monday Evening, January 25, 1892. No. 35. LATE NEWS: BEVOLUTION XNDSD. Washington, Jan. 24. Gen.Scho field received a telegram to-day from Gen. Stanley, commanding the do partment of Texas, in which he ex pressed the opinion that the Garza insurrectionary movement is at an end. SENSATION EXPECTED. San Antonio, Texas, Jan. 24. General Stanley has issued orders for Captain Rourke and Major Louis who have been active in the field on the Rio Grande frontier soouting for Garza, to report personally to him here. Sensational developments are expected. quay's libel suit. Pittsbubg, Jan. 24. After being out three and a half hours the jury in the famous criminal libel suit of Senator Mathew Stanley Quay against the Pittsburg Post publish' ing company, Albert J. Barr, presi dent, and James Mills, editor, brought in a verdict this evening of guilty in manner and form as indicted. put out tiieih fires. Pittsburg, Jan. 24. Owing to over production and difficult...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 25 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press An Evening Dolly. J. A. CAKJiTJTH, PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Year $0.00 Six .Months 3.00 PebWeek 15 In advance. ' Entered nt tho poet office nt Knt I.a Vvirnt for transmission in greemd i-lnim mail matter. .Monday, Jan.' 23, 1892. Tiik Washington Port says 't lie great tlifliculty with the democratic policy is that it has too manv out liners and too few distinct outlines." The success of the irrigation con vention largely depends on the peo ple of Las Vega. Tliat enterprising town is equal to the emergency. San Marcial Jirpurter. Fom LNK follows when a man per sistently advertises Success endures so long a he keeps lus business he fore the public. Trove tho truth of the statement by advertising in Tin: FreiJ Pkess. An able discussion of the manage ment of husbands is now raging. An exchange cites from 'Prince l)u Maimer's contribution to the sub ject by far the most valuable one that has been made. His advice was: "Peed the brute." A HoiiT of domestic p...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 25 January 1892

Las Vegas Free Press Monday, Jan. 25, 1892. Las VE3AS. LmVckm (tho meadows), thalargeat cltrln New Mexico, la the county lent or an miruci couni j, wic mot populoui and wealthy connl? of the Territory, it i. aiiniitpdin latitude 35 dearroea 40 minutes north. on tlio Gnlllnna rlrcr, at the eaatern be of the ltocky .Mountains, at an altitude of about .6U0 feet aliovo nca level. A few miles to the west are the mom, lulus, to the east end southeast a Tan plain BtriMches away ana anorasenna biock iou BKncm nai ..iinir. It tins an itntftrnri '. 9ff DonulAtlon 01 between seven and eight thousand people and Is grow. in htf.fwllWv It Is situated on a grant of H0O,0( acre, of which only a few thousand had a g '.od title, but the leglsla tuie lias Just passed a law which settles the title and will throw the balanco of the tract open to settle ment. The tovn la lit by electric light, has water works, gas, street car line, telephone exchange, a dally pa per, clmri lies, academies, pnnuo ana priv...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Las Vegas free press. — 25 January 1892

i ( as Vegas Free Press An Evening Dally. Monday, Jan. 25, 1S92. Cash or no Cash I pckftfl Arlinckle's rnlTeo 4fi 8 " Molmskii Coffee 4" 2 " I. Ion ConVo 4.i 2 " SiTtniiiiM CnftVe 4-r 10 In Curiahy t'pcrlnl Lard 1 1 ft " " ' " M 10 " " Hex " 1 ) 5 ' " fM 10 " " Compound 7S ft " 4D 1 " SiKmr-cMiroil Ilai-on or II si in W H canairood PetM-lir 1 " l(iiihirrlt'4 1 ") 8 " " lllil.klMrrl.d 1 l 8 ' " Hi-.l lierrles 1 W 8 " Hliielierrlen 1 8 " ? (idilsclHTril-S 1 12 II Hiilxlim 1 4 liest l.VHiKinitoiI llii-iilicrrifB 1 M 1 " " " Apple lr 1 " " " Pi tii hfcK "r 1 " " Al'Heot 1 " Dried 11-crriea... l Wo will not bo undersold. Graaf& Kline "Via not yniir tlioiiirlit, 'Tin mil your getiemc or plan Ily wlileli Hiit'i'om Is brmiKlit. For (Sod (f ni'li'9 inn n, 'Tli not J "iir '' ThniiiKh wli i' li tlio prlo wn9 won. Koriind rule every day From sun to sun. The Odd fellows meet tonight. Furnished rooms, Old Optic block. Club dance at A. O. U. W. hall on Friday night. J. Dtirwr fc Co. arc having...

Publication Title: Las Vegas Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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