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L PASO HERALD
It Is POSSIBLE Here Through This Sale. The Second
.Week of the New Year is to be One of Remarkable
Offerings In Furniture
Three carloads of high-class Dressers, Dressing Tables, Chiffoniers and
Living Room Furniture purchased for the holiday trade was delayed
in transit. This entire line combined with a display excelled "by no
house in the Southwest, will be offered at 25 per cent ieSS than
regularly sold. Every piece guaranteed to be of the highest quality.
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.China closets in all the
popular finishes, Golden
Oak, Early English, and Ma
hogany. The best of quali
ties, and newest designs,
regular$35 value; sale price
Elegant solid oak
'" dresser, large Erench
plate glass7well made
regular $22.50 value,
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This elegant 3-pieee Mahogany
Parloi Suite, upholstered in a fine
grade of velour, well made and
beaiitifulry finished. Eegular $50
$32.50 In This Sale
This elegant Golden Oak 6-foot Extension
Table, undivided pedestal, nothing better.
value; sale price
A Few of tfe Offerings Are Decribed Here ---Others Equally Unusual, Not Advertised
Eiirniture for the Library in great varieties.
our beautiful as-
sortment of early
English and fumed
oak in Rockers,
Chairs, Davenports, jp
and Tables. Regu
lar $25.00 values,
A handsome Buffet in
any finish; solid oak,
well made, in a good de
sign. Regular $27.00
value. In this sale at
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Xeather Portieres, regular $12.50
and $15.00 goods, to close out,
Odd lots of Curtains, 1-2 to 2 pair
of a kind, to close
Remnants and short lengths of
Carpets of all grades, and linol
Iron beds, all the latest
designs in all sizes and col
ors, take your choice at 25
pe'rcent off of regular prices.
Don't miss this chance ,to
supply your wants.
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We are closing out
our entire stock of
stoves and ranges, the
very best makes. This
is just a sample of our
prices, they must be
'seen to realize the
values. Regular $45
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j $16.50 J
Sale Lasts One Week f This Sale Opens 9 O'clock Sharp, Monday, January 10th Sale Lasts One Week
There's no obligation to buy in mak
ing a visit of inspection to our store.
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You will find much to interest vqu-
I in Beautiful Home Furnishings, etc.
! 216, 218 San Antonio St. i l Faso. lexas I . i 1
THE CORRECT thing in men's clothes and
furnishings is just as easy to have as
not. It does not 'require any special
skill or any extra expense to be among the
best dressers, if you come here for your
clothes and furnishings.- Besides getting
style you get satisfaction when it comes to
"weaiing articles secured here. Particular at
tention Is given to particular men and par
ticularly to young men- "We are always glad
to show goods whether you desire to purchase
Read The Herald
FIRE DESTROYS THE
Damage to Stock Is .Placed
at $20,000 Other Losses
Fire, the cause of which is unknown,
at S:45 last night, destroyed practically
the whole stock of Otto Hintermeister
& Co., who were moving from their
store in the- 300 block on San An
tonio street to 215 San Antonio street.
The stock had been moved but the fix
tures were in the old store. "
Before the arrival of the fire depart
ment, the flames had gained consider
able headway and were threatening to
communicate with other buildings ad
jacent, but the firemen managed to con
fine them to the store where the fire
originated. "However, the stock valued
at $20,000, fully covered by insurance,
Tvas almost totally destroyed by fire and
water. The Crawford shoe store was
damaged by fire some (time ago when
located on the south side of San An
R- V. Pearson, who has just opened a
tadlor shop on.lhe Texas street side of
the storer buffered damage by water,
amounting to several hundred dollars,
The building, which is owned by Mrs.
Mary I. Hill, was but slightlydamaged
and is insured.
Two Other VIre.s Friday.
At 3:30 yesterday afternoon the Mesa
and Sunset companies were called to
.the home of J. M. Jeffries at SIC North
El Paso street where some children, who
are said to have been playing with
matches, set a shed afire. The frame
structure was destroyed entailing but
a small loss. t
An alcohol stove in one of the rooms
in the Lcikota flats occupied by Mrs.
Kelly had caught fire and the Mesa and
Central companies were called out at
6:45 and the men extinguished the
flames wdth buckets of water, the dam
age being slight.
COLD WEATHER IN
jSTews of People Coming .and
Going Contract Let f orv
Estancia, K M., Jan. S. Estancia is in
the throes of the second cold wave of
the winter. Sleet and snow have fallen
to the depth of three Inches, with the
thermometer steadily falling.
The board of county commissioners
have designated the Estancia Daily
Herald, edited by Thomas B. Smith, as
the ofioial paperW Torrance county.
The Estancia News has moved into
the Salas building on Williams street.
Rev. Samuel Blair, T. D., superintend
ent of the Methodist missions In New
Ask your doclor if all coughs arefnecessaTt.
Stop coughin?! Couehinp rasns and
tears. Stop it! Coughing nreoares
the throat and lungs for more trouble.
Stop it! There is nothing so bad for
a cougn as coughing. Stop it! Ayers
If not, thai why cough ? Ask him about Cherry Pectoral is a regular doctor's
Ayets Chary Pectoral. e&0:' medicine for couehs and colds.
Mexico, preached at the First Methodist
1 church and conducted quarterly con-
The local W. C. T. U. organization
has instituted a series of oratorical
contests among pupils of the public
i schools. In the recent contest. Miss
Bessie Boyer won the medal.
Representative Jno. T. Hewitt, a
prominent attorney o White Oaks,
stopped over in Estancia while en route
to Santa Fe, to attend the session of
J. W. Van Cleve and son, of Albu
querque, were here this week visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. English. Mr. Van
Cleve. while here, contracted with R.
N. Maxwell, who has a deep well drill
ing outfit, to put down a well on his
ranch east of Albuquerque.
W. J. Forney, of Topeka, Kas., has
purchased the S. A. Goldsmith ranch.
Miss Alma Simmons has gone to
Amarlllo, Texas, for a visit.
G. H. Van Stone, manager of the
Hughes Mercantile company, with
stores at Moriarty and Estancia, has
gone to Moriarty to look after the business.
the building for Its depot. It is said
that the railway companj- and the
Madera company had very little prop
erty in the building.
FOE DEEP- WATER
Dolores Colnpan)'- Has Loss
Totaling $100,000 in the
Chihuahua, Mex.. Jan. 8. The news
comes from Madera, the lumber town,
of the destruction there by fire of the
big warehouse of the Madera companv
The greatest loss was that of the
Dolores Miries company, which was
using the greater part of the building
for storing its goods and supplies be
fore shipping the same to its mines at
Dolon This company's loss is said to
have been about $100,000.
Nothing was saved from the flames
except the books and records of 'the
Mexico Northwestern Railway com
pany, which used rooms in one end of
Citizens Make Effort to Get
Water at Camp City Near
Camp City. X. M..y Jan. 8. Ah ar
tesian well Is being commenced, a half
mile north of the station and from all
scientific investigation, water is sure.
Not willing to await further the com
ing of capital to develop their rich
properties, some of the people of this
community, assisted by some of the
people of Alamogqrdo, have associated
themselves together for the purpose of
drilling for artesian water. They have
contracted-for a well 2000 feet or deep
er If necessary to secure flowing water
This town Is located ou'the E. P. &
S. W. railroad, 75 miles northeast of
El Paso, in one of the richest and
prettiest valleys in the southwest.
The land Is just recently surveyed
and most of It is taken up. either under
the homestead or desert acts, there be
ing a few claims yet open to entry.
ARRESTED OX CHARGE
J. Hert Jones, ror whom the authori
ties have been hunting since December
22. was arrested at tho plaza last
night by- policeman Parsons and dock
eted h a charge of embezzlement.
A warrant, issued December 22, on
complaint of L. E. Gillett, an Insurance
broker, charges Jones with embez
This morning he was -transferred to
the county jail from the city jail.
CHILD DIES FROM BURNS.
"Waco, Tex., Jan. 8. Mary Louise, the
1 year old daughter of W. TV. Bell, a
barber of this city, died this morning
from burns received while playing with
A LINIMENT FOR 'EXTERNAL USE.
Not only iff Mother's Friend a safe and simple remedy, lout
the comfort and healthful condition its use produces makes it
of inestimable value to every expectant mother. Mother's
Friend relieves the pain and discomfort caused by the strain
on the different ligaments, overcomes nausea "by counteraction, prevents hack
ache and numhness of limhs, soothes the inflammation of the hreast glands, and
in every way aids in preserving the health and comfort of prospective mothers.
Mother's Friend is a liniment for external massage, -which by "lubricating and.
expanding the different muscles and membranes, thoroughly prepares the system
for baby's coming "without danger to the mother. Mother's Friend is sold at
drug stores. Write for our free book for expectant mothers.
THE BRADFSELD Q, ATLANTA, GA