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L PASO HERALD
Saturday, January 29, 1910.
Commences in real earnest Monday morning
and until our new store is completed at our old
stand and present location we 'will be found at
the corner of
with our usual excellent and high grade lines of
Furniture, Carpets and Draperies. In our large
and roomy temporary quarters we will he as well
prepared tb take care of our friends and custom
ers as ever. Our stock will- he kept up to the
usual standard in every way and a cordial invi
tation is extended to visit us here until' our new
store is neatly.
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New Spring Suit
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U IO pU For a Suit That Fits
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jany Improvements Are
Being Made Realty Is
Artesia, X. M., Jan. 29. Building
along all lines steadily increases in
Artesia. Quite a number of handsome
residences are in process of erection.
The two .about completed for E. O.
Slocumb and Ed. Phillips are built on
bungalow style. T. W.Davenport, ce
ment contractor, is figuring on seven
cement buildings, to be put up at once.
These will be mostly residences.
The old Hoffman building is being
moved further up Main street to make
way for a large brick, to be built by
O. A. Sipple. The building moved, will
be fitted up and used as an armory by
the Artesia Military company. Capt.
Jno. B. Enfield and 1st Lieut. Chas.
Echols have plans on foot to build a
$15,00) ,, armory here, the same to be
completed inside of six month". It is
to be built with a large basement, which
will be fited up as a gymnasium. It
will also include a hall fitted up as a
modern opera house.
Jno. B. Enfield, cashier of the State
National bank, has bought the Odd Fel'
lows property on the corner of Third
and Main, just opposite -the postqffico.
He contemplates building a brick block
for this desirable location.
3Iany Realty Sales.
The real estate men have all been
making good sales since the last excur
sion. Gilbert and Collins have sold
over $20,000 of town property in small
blocks, some of it residence 'property.
The Pecos Valley Immigration company
has sold the well improved Day farm,
south of town, to people who wiy con
vert the whole place into , orchards.
There is a fine orchard on the 'place.
This will make one of the largest fruit
farms in the Pecos valley.
Jackson Erb & Kauffman sold the
Kline farm, a few miles south of town,
for $200 per acre.
A Sunday school rally at the Baptist
church is being largely attended by The
people of the town, besides a number
of visitors from other towns in the
valley. J. T. Rupard, Sunday school
superintendent for that denomination
in the territory is here and is giving
some important lessons in practical
Sunday school, work.
A party of 32 Artesianites went to
Roswell to attend the Sembrich con
cert A special trairPwas run for the
convenience of the towns in this part
of the valley. The party included:
Messrs. and Mesdames Gayle Talbot, I. i
N. Carrington. J. T. Patrick, TV
TO BE ENLARGED
The Red, White ' ? - - - - 'pj
Furnace and Machinery Are
Ordered From El Paso
Chihuahua, Mex., Jan. 29. The Rio
Tinto Copper company, operating mines
and a copper smelter at Terrazas, 25
miles north of this city, has let the
contract to the El Paso Foundry and appetite, general debility and builds
Machinery company for furnishing for
a second 300-ton copper water-jacket
furnace, a 25-ton converter plant, en
gines, etc., thus doubling the present
capacity of the present plant at Ter
And other constituents of your ,
blood are powerfully enriched and
vitalized by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
It increases the red corpuscles- and
makes strong the white corpuscles, and t
thus protects and restores the .health, i
It cures scrofula, eczema, eruptions, ,
catarrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervous
ness, mat tired, leeimg, dyspepsia, loss
up the whole system.
Get it today in tho usual liquid fona or in
chocolated tablet form called Sarsatabs.
CHIHUAHUA PLANT WILL
ENLARGE ITS FACILITIES
Chihuahua, Mex., Jan. 29 H. R. "Wag
ner, manager of the American Smelt
ing and Refining company's smelter
here, states that h& expects to have the
two new furnaces at the local smelter
in operation in July or August next.
This will increase the capacity of the
plant from 450 to 750 tons daily. In
the meantime work is going ahead at
the smelter to increase the capacity of
the power plant. The necessary delay
in getting machinery made and deliv
ered from the United States is the rea
son for the delay in getting the new
furnaces in operation.
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OLD VETV COLORADO PLANTS
. ARE TO BE COMPLETED
Chihuahua, ilex., Jan'. 29. It is re
liably stated here that the old "Veta
Colorado Mining and Smelting company,
which bought the Quabrldillas and
other mining property in the Parral
district about four years ago and later
started to build an 80-stamp mill, and
500-ton cyanide plant, has been resus
citated and has had work commenced
to complete those plants at Mlnas
Nuevas, near Parral. The Cia. Indus"
trial Mexicana of this city, which had
the contract for building those plants,
is to complete them.
The Veta Colorado Mining and Smelt
ing company was floated by Martin J.
Condon, of Knoxville, Tenn., a promi
nent man in the tobacco trust. His
mining concern was on the -top wave
and spreading out in big shape when
the financial crisis of 1907 struck and
the company suspended operations. It
it understood that Condon Is not in
control now. So far as known here.
Firman Smith is the moving spirit in
the reorganization of the company and
getting operations started-
MINING OPERATIONS IX
WARREN DISTRICT ADVANCING
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 29. A represenra
tnes of Fairbanks, Morse & Co, has
waited the property of the Empire State
company, which is located a few miles
west of Bisbee. This company expects
to instal- a four drill compressor and
several men are already Ion the ground
-H. ( for the preliminary work which is neces-
Hobbs, Jno. S. Major, F. P. Turner;
Mesdames Jno. B. Enfield, E. X. Rey
nor, Cora Callaus, Guy Brainard, M. A.
Carbin. G. TJ. McCrary. Mable Wirt and
E. E. McNatt; Misses Ross, McElhaney,
Rice, Henry, Klnsinger z.na Carroll;
Messrs. E. B. and W. T. Kemp, P. S.
Terwilliger, Ray Sipple, H. G. Gray,
Arthur Williamson, Jas. D. Whelan and
Rev. J. Allen Ray. '
COUNTY PUSHING ROAD
WORK ABOVE AND BELOW CITY
Construction work on the concrete
bridge over the Rio Grande between
Canutillo and Vinton will commence
early next -week. County road engineer
Meadows said this morning that ma
terial is already on the ground.
"Work on the new Cllnt-Fabens road
will be commenced shortly," he said.
"All we are waiting for is to secure
quit claim deeds for the 60 foot right
of way and the county will move all
fences and construct bridges over the
road for the purpbses of carrying water
to laitd on the opposite side wherever
required," said the engineer.
ANOTHER SUIT FILED
AGAINST MEXICAN BANK
Another suit has been filed in the
41st district court against the United
States Banking company of Mexico
City. The plaintiff in this case is the
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust com
pany, which files suit for $500 and
has secured a garnishment against the
American National bank of this city.
TWO DIVORCE SUITS.
Two more divorre suits were filed in
the 41st district court this morning.
j They are styled Clara Birdie Reese vs.
John W. Reese, and S- M- Sires vs. Mrs.
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Try The Herald "Want Ails
Every Woman Should Rend This Ad
vice and the Generonn Offer that
Goes With It.
The number of diseases peculiar to
women is such tfiat we believe this
space ,would hardly contain a mere
mention of their names, and it Js a
fact that most of these diseases are of
a catarrhal nature. A woman cannot
be well if there is a trace of catarrh
in her system.
Some women think there is no help
for them. We positively declare this to
be a mistaken idea. We are so sure
of this that we offer to supply medicine
absolutely free of all cost in every in
stance where it falls to give satisfac
tion, or does not substantiate our claims.
With this understanding, no woman
should hesitate to believe our hnnoct
of purpose, or hesitate to put our
claims to a test.
There is only one way to overcome
catarrh. That w$y is through the
blood. You may use' all the snuffs,
douches or like remedies for years
without getting more than temporary
relief at best. Catarrh in general is a
diseased condition of the system that
shows locally most frequently in dis
charges from mucous membranes. Local
treatment should be assisted by internal
treatment for the general diseased con
dition if a complete ,cure is to be
reached. That internal 'treatment should
be scientifically devised and faithfully !
Rexall Mucu-Tone is scientifically
prepared from the prescription of an
eminent physician who for thirty years
made catarrh his specialty. This rem
edy is admirably adapted to the treat
ment of the catarrhal ailments of wo
men. It purifies and enriches the
blood, tends to stop mucous discharges,
aids in removinc impurities from the
system, soothes, heals and strengthens
tue mucous tissues, and brings about a
feeling of health and strength.
"We want you to try Rexall Mucu
Tone on our guarantee. If you are not
benefited, or for any reason not satis
fied, simply tell us and we will hand
back your money. Rexall Mucu-Tone
comes in town sizes, 50 cents and $1.00.
Remember, you can obtain Rexall Rem
edies in El Paso only at our store
The Rexall store. People's Drug Store, j
iveiiy & Pollard, Props.
j.ary before the mstalatiou of the com
pressor can take place.
At the Copper Queen property the 1361
winze has reached the 1600 foot level.
For the purpose of proving depth, drifia
will be run from the 1600 and 1500 foot
The Sacramento shaft which is 1600
feet deep will be carried to the 1700
foot level, being, after reaching this
depth, the deepest &haft of the Copper
Queen. The drift which is to be uied
for transporting ore from the Lowell to
the Sacramento shaft is in good pro
gress. In order to furnish power for the un
derground electric tramway, two new
six ton motors are being limbered np at
the Sacramento power plant. Work
is rushing at the machine shops of the
Copper Queen for the construction of 50
ore cars of two tons capacity. Later on
it is the intention of the company to
construct 230 cars of the same type.
At the Cole shaft a large body of
azurite has been encountered on the
1000 foot level. The ore, which runs
65 percent copper, covers the whole face
of the drift.
Custer Brothers, of Ohio, are testing
the ground at a ranch near Bisbee with
a machine of their own invention. The
fact that they are recovering good val
ues, saving both the fine and the heavy
gold, has attracted great attention to
the locality where many people from
Bisbee have claims There is some talk
about the formation of a company for
the development of the ground.
George Norman, secretary and treas
urer of the Phelps-Dodge group, is mak
ing a tour of inspection of the mines be
longing to the above named financiers in
this district. While here he was the
guest of Walter Douglas.
Robert Ferguson, a miner, while at
work in the Holbrpok shaft, had his leg
broken by a falling boulder. He is at
the Copper- Queen hospital for treatment.
Will Also Build Big Shops
There, the Tucumcaxi
Tfrcunicari, N. M., Jan. 29. The resi
dents of this city are much elated over
the news which reached here yesterday
from an unofficial source that the Hjk
Island Railroad company is planning to
build extensive shops ana roundhouses
here upon the completion of the Tucum
cari and Memphis railroad.
The evidence which corroborates this
news is the fact that the company has
recently purchased 100 acres of land at
McLean, Tex., a town 71 miles east of
Ainarillo, and rumors are current that
preparations are now well under way to
move the roundhouse afcd shops from
Sayre, Okla., to McLean, which is just
half way between here and El Reno,
Qkla., the greatest division point of the
Rock Island lines in the southwest.
The distance between McLean and
Ainarillo being too short for a division,
Tucumcari is. almost sure to get the
shops and roundhouse, "as it is the ter
minal of the line. Railroad men here
firmly believe the Rock Island ! going
to spend an enormous sum of money
making Tucumcari one of the most im
portant division points in the southwest,
and that it is only a question of time
when the company will build west to
Albuquerque and south to Roswell.
Let Us Reason Together!
You need something in the furniture line and
we need room in the store as well as money.
Simply come and select what you want and
there will be no trouble about the priee. We are.
compelled to reduce our stock. Commencing, Mon
day we will offer our entire stock at 20 off for
cash. This sale is a forerunner of our semi-annual
stock reduction sale, which will take place some
time in February. If you need anything, now is
the time to satisfy your wants at a great saving.
Do not delay, as each day lessens your chance to
get just what would suit you.
Just a FEW of the
That Await You.
Dresser like cut, fin
ished Jgolden, has 3
large drawers; has
French beveled mir
ror, nicely finished; a
regular $12.0d value;
next week for only,
a n 2 o
$10.00 -Library Table,
solid oak, finished early
English, has one drsuw
er;a beautiful table for
Becomes General Agent of
the Santa Fe Eoad at
"W. P. Matchette. traveling freight and
passenger agent for the Texas ana Pa
cific out of El Paso, has been appointed
general agent for that road at lriuldau,
Colo. Te appointment is effective J'eb
The new position of he local rail
road man is considered an impo-uint one.
He will be In charge of fre'ght traffic
for southern Colorado and a portion of
northern New Mexico. Mr. Matchette
has been employed at the local offices
for a number of years. His su3oesi;.r
has not yet been appointed.
ABOUT RAILROAD P-EOFLE.
$20.D0 golden Library
Table, full quarter sav
ed oak, highly polished,
has massive French legs,
Extension tables, in pedestal style,
heavy base, 42-inth top, earlj' Eng
lish or golden oak, claw feet or
plain, 6 feet when extended, worth
regularly $17.50; (? O fi
special next week tpl&i D
Eegular $1.0fr chairs, Qf
just a few, each O J C
Any price or information gladly ;given.
see for yourself.
Dining chairs in. golden oak, cane
or cobbler seat, worth regularly
$1.25, aext week, JN ff
Odds and ends in chairs worth up
to $3.00; each, clean- dj - Off
up price PA 0
T. H. Rogers & Co.
108-110-112 N. Stanton St.
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SUNDAY'S E TRIES
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB
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Forty-Seventh Day, Sunday, Jan. 30.
First race, selling, one mile Alice
Collins 102, True Sif 102, Misprison 102,
Coatcutter 104, Associate 104, En
graver 104, Gerrymander 104, Tremargo
107, Sabado 109, Hughes 109, Cardinal
Second race, selling, six furlongs
Minnie Bright 95, TIflis 97, Camera 99,
Ethel Day 105, Sevenfull 10C, Congo
107, GoM Finn 111.
Third race, selling, five and a half
furlongs McNaHy 102, Flying Pearl
105, Bright Skies 105, Dandy Dancer
105, Ina Gray 105, Elder 107, Hannibal
Bey 107, Rickey 107, Regards 107, Hank
110, Deuce 110, Hollow 110.
Fourth race, selling, The Chapultepec
Stakes, one mile and a furlong Poco
taligo 98, Spooner 102, Meadow 110,
Fifth race, handicap, six furlongs
Sugar Maid 93, Lotus Eater 95, Topland
96, Enfield 112, Elizabeth Harwood 100
H. G. Bedwell Pajaroita 116.
Sixth race, selling, one mile Howard
Pearson 98,' Bon Ton 104, Whip Top
106, Pedro 106, Alma Boy 108, Ches
wardine 109, Fantastic 110, The Wrest
ler 110, Sam Taylor US, Lady Esther
H. A. Coomer, general manager of the
New Mexico Central, is in the city.
"Pop" Langdon, S. P. passenger en
gineer, is on a leave. Mike Kelly is cm
John Quinn, yard foreman for the E. P.
& S. W., was called to New Mexico a
few days ago.
James S. Douglas, former president
of the Nacozari railway, arrived from.
W. O. McCormick, general agent for
the the G. H.-&.S. A. here, has returned
from a trip over his territory.
"Billie Shatte. former trainman on the i
T. & P., but now hostler af Toyah. was
In the city this week on private busi
ness. Joe Harrison, passenger conductor for
the Santa Fe on the Rio Grande devislon,
was called to Topeka this week. He has
a 10 days' leave.
Edward Wicks and Walter West, who
both learned their trade at the local
G. JZ. & S. A. shops, were visiting old
friends here Wednesday.
Mrs. C. H. Petry. wife of the Pullman
conductor, running belween El Paso and
Memphis, Tenn., has gone to Los An
geles -to visit relatives.
Ira Ford, conductor, and engineer
Hadlock pulled the Gould special out
this morning. The train of two prKate
cars and a dining car was drawn by en
NEW STREET MAKES
Deal Closed on Sonora and
Leon Streets for $33,000
At the corner of Leon and what will
be West San Antonio street, when the
street is opened through to El Paso,
Maple & Co., have sold a frontage of
120 feet to an El Pasoan for $33,000.
The property whch sold at a trifle
less than $300 a front foot, is unim
proved at present but the purchaser
will erect theoil a ?50,u00 structure
for business purpose's.
The opening of San Antonio street,
through to the Union station, has
.caused realty values in that district to
jump; also great activity. The lot sold
is in the vicinity of the Franklin school.
Other deals are pending in the same
He will get there first.
DOGS MUST ALL
BE MUZZLED SOON
Dog Catchers "Will Begin
Picking up Ummizzled,
All dogs must be muzzled and tagged
with licenses Monday or the dog catch
ers will capture them and liustle them
off to the dog pound. This order was
Issued this morping by mayor Sweeney
following a request presented to the city
council by the board of health Thurs
day. The health board gave as the
reason for the request, that there were
several cases of rabies in the city.
Call an Independent
f Auto. 22S5; Bell 326.
have removed to larger
and better quarters and
are now located at
where they will be glad
to see their old patrons
and friends, and all who
want fine drugs at hon
HORSES IN ARIZONA
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 29. According to
people coming from the northern part
of the territory a malignant from of
distemper has killed several horses ia
some district over there. It is believed
that the disease has appeared after the
importation of horses from Texas. Stren
uous efforts will be made to prevent that
disease from spreading over the country.
ATHLETICS AT BISBEE.
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 29. Henry Poppea
is the winner of the Powell cup in the
match at the Warren district Country
club. A 20 man team will go to Douglas
next Sunday for a -match with the Doug
las Country club team.
Bowling contests at the T. M. C. A.
In Bisbee continue with unabated vigor.
Last night matches were played, by the
Shamrocks, Apaches, Slow Boys and
Stags. The Shamrocks and the Stags
were the winners of the games.
MINING MEN IN TOWN.
W. L. Rynerson and A. J. King, of ths
North TIgre mine at El Tigre, Sonora,
are 5n EI Paso today on business.
Rynerson, who was formerly a deputy
constable here, has "met with consider
able success and says that recent work
ings show the mine to be a rich one,
the latest assay showing 617.5 gold and
1.75 silver to the ton. Dick Broan of
the North TIgre is also here on a busi
If troubled with, indigestion, consti
pation, no appetite or feel bilious, give
Chamberlain's Stomach, and Liver Tab
lets' a trial and yoa will be pleased with
the result. These tablets Invigorate the
stomach and liver and strengthen the
digestion. Sold by all druggists.
Why Take Chan
with your hard earned
money in buying shoes
without a reputation,
when you can buy Pew's
Shoes that have stood the
test in El Paso for 25 years
ISTew arrivals in NETTLETONS,
straight last and foot form shoes
for men. Let us show them to you.
For Satisfaction 1