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L PASO HERALD
111, Marmorcan 112, Gresham 114, Rey
del Munda 114, Cardinal Sarto 114, "Vin
centlo 117, George Young 117, Deuce
The Second Week
LEAGUE BALL FOR
EL PASO IN 1910
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We sold much merchandise last week we're going to sell much
more next week. Stocks have been rearranged to make selection
easier. Come next week and, at Removal Sale prices, buy any
thing in our still immense stock. Nothing is .reserved. Men's
Clothing, .Men's Furnishings, Women's Hose, Women s
Underwear. Shoes for everybody, Piece Goods, Household A
SuDDlies all must he sold before' March 1st. -3
$12.50 Suits at
Suits made of caslimei'es. and worsteds
in an endless variety of patterns. Some
are single, some double breasted; all are
worth $12.00; Kemov-
al Sale price is
$12.50 to $!5
Suits at $7.50
Every style of tie season is
in this lot. These suits are
made of all favored suit
materials, including cash
meres and worsteds. Reg
ular 12.50 to $15 values;
Removal Sale d? PA
iprdee P wU
$15.00 to SI 7. 50
At $8.90 there is a great variety of pat
terns and materials and both
and double breasted styles. These
suits are good values
at $15.00 to $17.50;
emoval Sale price . .
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Overcoats ,-r - ,
At Cost 3MESHPjp
El Paso and vicinity:
New Mexico: Tonight and Sunday,
"West Texas: Tonight, fair;, colder, In
the Panhandle. Sunday, fair.
A REAL HOXEST-TO-GOODXESS
GOLDEX STATE LIMITED TRAIN
Friday the first real, honest-to-good-ness
Golden State limited 'for the east
departed at 1:"5 p. m. That is for the
first time since thetime carfl change
the train was composed o'f all standard
sleeping cars. The tourist cars were
Here Is the Point-
when you buy your foot
wear in our store you get .
shoes that are made by the
best factories in the country
and you are fitted in your correct
size and width. The shoes wear
aad look well just about three times
as long as ''the'just as good kind."
Try Your Next Pair From Us
Rock Island, No. 3, Golden State lim
ited from the east, due at 5:40. is re
ported one hour and- 45 minutes late.
All other afternoon and evening trains
are reported on time.
Trapped in Tunnel.
New York, N. Y., Jan. S. After dig
ging for 36 hours, -the police found
Isaac Finkelsteln, the burrower of Lud
lntv street tranDed in the tunnel lead-
1 ing toward the East Side branch of the
Fourteenth street bank. He lay unaer
the middle of the street, a crushed miry
semblance of a man, his hands
stretched out before him toward the
Those present were Misses Lillian
Pone. Lillian Werle. Lillian Neel. Davie'
j Wilson, Velma Carter, Mary Evans,
Obertie Hill, Margaret Rutherford,
Eloise Ketchum, Clara Ketchum, Velma
Pope, Lavon Sorrels, Mrs. F. W. Lamb,
Mrs! Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
ew Coffee Customers.
We are getting many new coffee cus
tomers these days and every one of
them says: "I have been using such and
such a brand of coffee but the other
,iav t iinri a run of Chase & Sanborn's
I Seal Brand coffee at my neighbor's and
I never before tasted such delicious cot
fee, hereafter I will use only Chase &
This is the verdict of the thousands
in and around El Paso who are today
using only Chase & Sanborn's coffee.
We sell no other coffee because we
can fully guarantee Chase & Sanborn's.
. Jackson Sanitary Grocery,
JA -Phone 353.
and you will soon
many El Paso people
realize why so
join us inlaying. ,
. . For Satisfaction"
Doctors F. P. Miller, Willis R. Smith
and R. B. Homan have removed from
-the v Coles huilding to - rooms 201, 202
and 203 Caples building.
Fair Stockholders' Meeting.
The annual stockholders' meeting of
the El Paso Fair association will be
held at the chamber of commerce, Mon
day evening, January 10, at S oclock,
for the purpose of receiving the report
of the retiring management, to discuss
and Inquire Into the affairs of the cor
poration, to determine upon such
ohnnerps for the future as mnv be deemed
advisable, and to elect directors for the
ensuing year, and for the transaction of
such other business as may be properly
brought before the meeting.
J. M. Wyatt, President.
tral. was killed and ticket clerk Mor
gan Emmett was probably fatally in
jured. One of the suspects was shot
in the leg. Three men were arrested.
' Roping Sunday and Monday. Cow
. JUAREZ JOGIvEY CLUB s
! ! .
Roping Sunday and Monday,
Drs. xf. G. Wright and Geo. Bruner
have moved from the Mills building to
room 215 Caples building.
Sir nights and their ladies, as well as
members of L. O. T. M. and their es
corts are cordially invited to attend
the public instalation of officers of El
Paso Tent 110, on Monday, the 10th
inst., 8:30 p. m. at our hall in the
Buckler building1. Music, dance and,
H. Sprlnz, R. K.
"Dr. Detvrilcr, e3?e, ear, nose
throat 214,- 215 Trust Bldg.
Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases of
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg.
Money to Loan
We make a specialty of placing first mortgage
loans on .carefully selected El BasoTeal estate. We
invite parties who liave money to loan, and also par-'
ties who "wish'tbboiTOTV and have good security, to
call on us.
Wesfiave lad twenty years' experience in' loaning, money on El Baso
property, and have probably placed more real -estate loans than any firm
in El Paso. Our loans range from $500.00 to $100j000.00 each, and run
from one to twenty years, interest from G to S, according to size and
time of loan. Interest payable semi-annually. Borrowers to pay all ex
penses of making loan, including attorney's fee. " -
A. P. Coles
:" " -No. 101 North Oregon St.
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 8. Henry A.
Belcher walked a mile and a half to
day to a relief hospital, where he was
informed he had a broken neck. Belcher
fell off his wagon,. The doctor declared
he "could live but a short time. i
Boys' calf riding contest. Cowboy
Park. Sunday and Monday.
Drs.'Magrudes and Mapes, dentists.
There's -a great difference in Kosher
meats. Have you had some of Jack
son's? After this ,date" theOtis Elevator
company wil not be responsible for any
bills or debts contracted by. one A.
Otis Elevator Company.
Let us make you an estimate on that
wallpapering. Everything new in wall
McKce Point and "Wall Paper Co.
408 N. Oregon.
A Pound of Coffee
When you buy a pOund of Chaser &
Sanborn's coffee you get a full pound
inside the tin.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
, Match roping contest.
Sunday and Monday.
The 'first meeting of M. G. club was
held at the home of Mrs. F. A. Pope,
130S Boulevard. After the meeting de
lightful music and singing took place.
Special. Ladles' purses, shopping bags,
fll Faso Trunk factory nortu side plaza.
Agents for Sherwin "Williams paints.
You can get no better.
McKee Paint nd Wall Paper Co.
408 N. Oregon.
Drs. Magruder and Mapes, dentists.
"We don't work for xtegroes.
Match roping contest. Cowboy Park,
Sunday and Monday. v.
R. B. Bin Fnel Co. ,
"Wood, coal, feea,. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
Btreot. Phones: Bell 849; Auto. 1849.
Tirenty-nintk Say, Sunday, Jan. 9.
First race, selling, seven furlongs
Virginia Lindsey 107, Gladys Louise
109, Bill Bramble 109, Rubiola 111,
Judge Shortall 111, Margaret Randolph
112, Sibari 112, R. Q. Smith 114; Land
lord 114, Rickey 114, Bitter Hand 114.,
j Himalaya 117.
I Second race, selling, six furlongs
Gerrymander 104, Red Era 104, Sabado
104, Ocean Queen 106, Fireball 107,
Kopek 107, Lomond 108, John E. Mc
Third race, handicap, one mile Wan
der 95, Servile 100, Fantastic 100, Lady
Esther 104, The "Wrestler 107, Black
Fourth race, selling, The Hidalgo
Stakes, five furlongs Hannah Louise
92, Jolly 95, Spooner 97, Elizabeth
Harwood 9S, Al Muller 103, Col. Bob 104,
(Richard Reed 101, Pajaroita 107, Bed
Fifth race, purse, threeyearolds, six
furlongs Sociable 100. Genova 102,
Lady Panchita 102, Rustem 304, Jim
Brady 104, La Dextra 107, Charlie Har
grave 112, J. H. Houghton 112.
Sixth race, selling, seven furlongs
Ardenia 109, Capt. Burnett 109, Mis
prision 109, Brougham 111. Coatcutter
Meeting To Be Held Here in
a Short Time to Settle
"When the' baseball season opens in
El Paso during the spring of 1910, El
Paso wiill be represented by a pro
fessional baseball team forming a part
of the Cactus league, which will be
comprised of from four to six teams in
this section of tho country,
E. E. Neff, who for some time has
exerted every effort to bring this mat
ter to a culmination, states that no
definite information as to what -teams
will comprise the league can be given
out until after Jan. 21, when an Im
portant meeting, of prominent baseball
men will be held in this city and plans
formulated for the establishment of the
Mr. Neff has been chosen as chair
man of this section for the National
baseball league and the franchise for a
league In this section has been
NEW ORLEANS STUDENTS
HAV.R THE HOOK TVOR31
New Orleans, La., Jan. 8. Conster
nation prevails among a hundred or
more students of Tulane college follow
ing an examination of every student
for the hookworm. It Is announced
that more than a third of the members
were found to be Infected with the
Practically all the students said to
be thus affected are apparently robust
specimens of manhood.
Slightly Used Piano
Worth $450. Will St!! For
Balanct Du on Contract
Jenkins Piano Go,
611 San Infonio Si,
Pood Food Unnecessary
It's not our fault if your food is not
good. VTe guarantee everything we sell
and our delicatessen is full of all that's
good to eat.
JncIiKon's Sanitary Grocery,
H. F. Wright, A! O. D. O. cjironic,
nervous diseases, specialty, 214 Texas.
Good eggs are Sun Flower eggs. You
get them only at Jackson's.
Engine Blows Vp; Two Killed.
Grand Junction, Colo. Jan. 8. J. W.
Sutton, roadronster of the "Uintah rail
road -and Samuel ilancock, a fireman,
were killed, 'near Bamiter Pass, when
the engine in which they were riding
blew up. ,
C. I.. Billington, 709 Magoffin. Tel. US0
painting, paperhanging, decorating.
Drs. Magruder and Mapes, dentists.
References: Ask anyone.
Sedgwick creamers- butter is the, only
butter that we know of that never
varies during the entire year. That's
why we guarantee It and sell it. Jack
son's. Phone 353.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and "Wyoming.
Drs. Paget & Ratliff, moved to 2nd
floor Caples Bldg. ?
-V- Germ Proof Store.
Jackson's Grocerj- Is absolutely sani
tary, everything kept In glass cases
cooled irom a big Ice" plant with pipes
running through. Germs cannot get
at anything. - Phone 353.
Keep out the cold; "have us fix that
McKee Paint and Wall Paper Co.
40S N. Oregon.
. icn Muses or znose Dig ceu eaiuiti
and. cooking apples left at 'Jackson's.
" JDr.Gray; eye, ear, nose and throat
moved. 2nd 'floor, Caples Bldg.-
Guaranty Trust & Bank
At El Paso, State of Texas, at the close of "busi
ness on the 31st day of December 1909.
Loans and discounts, personal or collateral - 252,158-24
Loans. Real Estate 87.929.70
Overdrafts - '. 5,260.48
Bonds and Stocks ." 81.648.54-
Real Estate (banking house) 250,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures 9,767.59
Due from Approved Reserve Agents $103713J.O
Due from other banks and bankers, subject
to check 48.761.10
Cash Items 4,073.18
Specie - 6,793.23 lSl,742i61
Guaranty Fund '. r. .. -: : l,8S3.32j
.Savlnars Department - ' , -
F dLLoans on Real Estate .. ? 24.5S3-14
yCash '6,321.07. 30,904.21
, Total ?901,894-60
1 3TABDUTIES? ' " ,.--.
&pital Stock paid in ?300.000.00
Surplus Fund 7.500.00
XJndividedProfits.net ........ ' 29.S19.3o
Due to banks and bankers, subject to check 155,204.48
Individual Deposits, subject to check 262,323.24
Time Certificates of Deposit 33,362.60
Cashier's Checks . 12,684.74,
Dividends unpaid -,-. . t - 96.00
Mortgage Trust Building ..." ...-W.?.: .- m '70,000.00 .
Savings Deposits .....$ 30,756.90 "
Profits ...-..- ". 147.31
t t :
' - 30,904.21
Total .". ?901,894.60
STATE OF TEXAS, c .j
COUNTY OF EL PASO. .
"We, M. Weber, as president, and Sig.. X. Schwabe, as cashier
of said bank, each of us. do solemnly swear that the abova
statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief.
M. WEBER. President.
SIG. N. SCHWABE. Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this Sth day of January.
A. D.. Nineteen Hundred and. Ten.
Witness my hand and notarial seal on the date last afore
said. M. O. SILVERXAIL, Notary Public.
J. J. STEWART.
W. B. WARE.
J. D. CAMPBELL.
Robbers Fight CnptorH.
Ypsllantr, Mich., Jan. 8. In a battle
with robbery suspects, Henry C. Miner,
baggagemaster for the Michigan Cen-
The EASIEST Way,
The QUICKEST Way,
, The CHEAPEST Way,
To Prepare a Meal
Gas Range Way
Why Don't YOU Instal One ?
El Paso Gas & Electric Co.
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