I Parties Desiring to Build Houses Can Have j This offer applies on San Antonio, Olive, 1
1 v. p mm jsl ' Bassett, Myrtle, Texas, Main, St. Louis, Wyom-
ranging in price from $400 to $600.
This makes these lots by far the cheapest
and most desirable residence lots in this city,
within one mile of the center of El Paso.
Call at Once
Will Rebuild It for Their
Printery, Which Is to Be
Reorganized as a Stock
For $35,000 Ellis Brothers have ac
quired from GuS Momsen the store
building on South Oregon street, now
occupied by Momsen & Co.'s retail hard
ware business. The property fronts on
Oregon street, being- just south of the
Coles block, an alley separating .the two
It has a depth of about 120 feet, is
two stories and there is a basement
under the entire building.
As soon as the deed is recorded and
possession can be given by Momsen &
Co.. it Is understood that the firm of
Ellis Brothers, now composed of H. T.
and "W. T. Ellis, will be organized into
the Ellis Brothers Printing company,
having a capital of $100,000.
The building will be completely re
arranged by the purchasers and the
present quarters of Ellis Brothers at
the corner of Overland and Oregon
streets "will be vacated.
JftCZEXA CURED BT
Who Is there that has ever had
this terrible disease that would not
five anyfhlsc they possessed to be
cured? It matters not how long- you
"have suffered, whet you have tried,
r if every part of your body Is an
Itching, burning sore, a permanent cure
awaits you. Thousands have been
cured by the use of 'Imperial Remedy."
Among them are people from every
town and village in the south.
The Instant 'Imperial Remedy" Is
applied you feel relieved. This prepa
ration trts a pleasant odor, contains no
grease or salve and rexrulres no band
ages. It is a clean liquid which pene
trates the pores, Jroosens the fibrous
tissues and purifies the diseased parts.
Alter the disease has all been driven
out the skin is left purej clear, soft
end white, and the trouble will never
return again. The price of Imperial
Remedy Is 1 per bottle. Tour local
druggist can &et It for you. If ho
will not, mail us $1, and we will send
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
Don't Let Another Day
Hundreds of Good Bar
Gus Morris en
HO 8. Oregon St.
price on lots
and Tak Advantage of the Pest Opportunity Ever
i FREE BRIDGE TO
The Oregon Street Property
Owners TTant to Open
Street to River.
Active preparations are now being
made by South Oregon, .street property
owners to bring suit in the district
court to open Oregon street through
"With an obstruction removed through
court action the property owners will
then continue their activity to have
a free bridge to Juarez. Maps have
been prepared showing that Oregon
street is the most direct route from
the federal building in El Paso to the
federal building in Juarez, and own
ers of real estate along that street
are directing their efforts toward ob
taining a fre bridge and one free from
street car traffic.
With the opening of South Oregon
and the improvement of the property
fronting the same, owners believe that
Chinatown will quickly move to some
other portion of the city.
IN EL PASO
Masons Want Site Cleared'
on Upson Avenue for
At the triangle of North Santa Fe
street. Missouri and Upson avenue is
the cheapest dirt in El Paso, the ma
sons having up a sign "Free Dirt."
The site has not been disturbed as
yet, but the masons are desirous of
having the thousands of yards of earth
hauled away In clearing the property
for the erection of the Scottish Rite
At the forthcoming reunion of the
Scottish Rite bodies, the question of
building will be discussed and action
toward construction will probably be
taken soon after the close of the ses
sions. J. A. BO&EBS SELLS
poses of Holdings and
Brings $20,000 to El
For 520,000 gold, J. A. Rogers has
sold his ranch of 15,000 acres near
San Francisco de Borjas, Chihuahua,
Mexico, to judge Francisco de Borjas,
Cattle, horses and equipment on the
ranch ar.e included in the sale. Rogers
states that the money has been brought
back toEl Paso and that it will not go
out again or at least not into Mexico.
.EOXSFORD BROTHERS TO
BUILD EGGERS' LIXTOX.
Contract for the Linton, the family
hotel and bachelor apartments which
The Eggers is to build on North Oregon
street, has been let to Ponsford Broth
ers. It js in the neighborhood of $40,
000. The Eggers residence has been razed
and excavation work will be started by
the contractors next week.
THE success of the Bitters has
fceen so phenomenal that it
has lone been recognized as "the
best" for Poor Appetite, Indiges
tion, Colds and Grippe. Insist on
l I BlTTERWl
in Cotton Addition
, ,,.,. , Mr 4
HiliHH jiHiHBHRHlEflHKBiriH9H - "
American jSTational Struc
ture Will Be Equipped
in Uptodate Manner.
Plans for the American National
bank's seven-story home at the corner
of San Antonio aud Oregon streets,
were outyesterday and bids have been
called for by Trost & Trost for Feb
Completed and furnished the new
bank building will cost about $125,000.
It is to be a concrete structure, 4S by
112 feet, With brick curtain "oralis, terra
cotta ornamentation and will have 94
office rooms in addition to two store
rooms on Oregon street, the bank, base
ment and buffet.
The main entrance to the building on
Oregon street will have polished gran
ite columns, while the bank will have
entrances from Oregon and San Antonio
streets as well as from the lobby of the
The American National bank will
occupy the corner, the banking room to
have a mezzanine v floor, to which the
vault, 12 by 21 feet will extend from
the basement, and In the future safety
deposit boxes will be accessible on this
The bank will bring out something
new for El Paso skyscrapers, and in ad
dition to the mail chute it will have
a vacuum cleaning plant, pipes on ev
ery floor, so every room in the struc
ture can be reached with the air pres
sure. ' Dustless and noiseless will be the
method of cleaning 'the rooms and halls
of the new skyscraper and Instead of
being brought down the elevator in
baskets the sweepings will go down the
vacuum route and out through the
CONTRACT LET FOR
THE SCHTJTZ STORE
Krakauer Adds Another
Story to Big "Wholesale
Lee & "YToodyard, now engaged in
erecting the wholesale and retail stores
on San Francisco and El Paso streets
for Krakauer, Zork & .Moye, have se
cured the contract to erect a two-story
business house for Mrs. S. Schuts at
The Schutz building is to occupy the
site of the Hoyt furniture store, front
ing both San Francisco and the recent
ly opened North El Paso street. It will
have plate glass fronts along both
The same contractors are also build
ing a third story to the warehouse
structure for Krakauer. Zork & Moye,
at the corner of El Paso and Main
streets. The original intention of the
owners was to have the wholesale store
on the Main street side, but two stories,
but the third is now being poured at
a cost of $6,000.
The retail store of Krakauer, Zork &
Moye, which will front both San Fran
cisco and El Paso streets, will be three
stories, making the entire concrete
structure from San Francisco to Main
street three stories high.
GET 5S0.000 CONTRACT
BY ONLY 370 MARGIN
Bidding was spirited on the Roberts
Banner building, at the corner of St.
Louis street and Mesa avenue, and the
contract of approximately $80,000 was
secured by Sorenson & Morgan, of EI
Paso, by a margin of only 70.
Progress is being made on the exca
vation for the concrete foundation of
RIO GRANDE BANK
IS BEING FpfISHED
The concrete pouring of the Rio
Grande "Valley Bank and Trust com
pany's seven story building at the cor
ner of Texas street and Mesa avenue
has been finished and workmen are now
smoothing down the concrete, while
other forces are finishing the interior.
v v v v v - v v v v v y v v v
MARCH 10 AS CLEAN
UP DAT FOR TEXAS.
Austin, Texas, Feb. 12. State
health officer Brumby has Issued
To Health Officers, City and
County Authorities and Wo
March 10th has been selected
as the annual Clean-up Day for
Texas. On this date, for several
years Texas sanitarians have
made a special effort at purify
ing our state.
I therefore call upon you now
to do all in your power officially
and privately to rid our state of
filth and its products. Let each
man cleanse his premises, each
woman her house, and each offi
cer his territory.
To insure concerted action,
each parliamentary body is re
quested to .pass resolutions urg
ing all Texans to observe Clean
"W. M. BRUMBY, President.
Texas State Board of Health.
.? . . A A A A A A A A A A .
Biggest Permit Is for the
February already holds the building
record of the new year, the total amount
of improvement called for in building
permits Issued being 111,160. Of this
amount, the permit for the Roberts
Banner building, at the corner of Mesa
avenue and St. Louis street, calls for
the expenditure of $S0,000.
"When the office of the building in
spector closed last night, a total of 22
permits had been issued for the first
11 days of the month. In January the
permits issued aggregated 55 and the
amount of Improved specified therein
KAXSAS STREET RESIDENCE.
"W. R. Grayson is having a residence
erected at the corner of Kansas and
High streets, at a cost of $2000. The
work is being done by contractor F. L.
Mrs. E. Auerback is erecting a resi
dence at the corner of Austin and Boule
vard. The work is being done by con
tractor Harry Corning, at a cost of
RESIDENCE FOR PROF. PUTNAM.
Contractor J. J. Barr is building a
residence on Magoffin avenue in Cotton
addition for G. P. Putnam, at a cost of
At First and Florence streets, the
West Texas Fuel company is building a
warehouse at the cost of 1050. The work
Is being done by contractor F. L.
SECOND STORY FOR RESIDENCE.
A building permit has been Issued to
Mrs. J. C. Lackland to build a second
storji to her residence on Mesa avenue,
at a cost of $5000. S- E. Patton Is the
WATCHMAN DRAWS GUN
ON POLICEMAN; DISMISSED.
L. W. Robbins, who is employed as
night watchman at the Krakauer build
ing, was arrested by policemen Fletch
er and Parsons on a charge of flourish
ing a weapon. The man was surprised
in front of his camp fife. He drew his
pistol on noliceman Parsons, but said he
did not know who It as- He was
. You'll be surprised at the results you
will get from a small want, rent or
for sale ad in The Herald. Will riot
cost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bell
115. Auto 1115 and tell the girl.
Terms: 1-5 Cash
Balance in 6 equal payments, that is, one payment every 6 months.
ONLY 6 PER CENT INTEREST
Offered on Cheap
The Long Lumber Company,
Headed by Walter Long,
The Caples-Williams Lumber com
pany, situated in the triangle at Texas,
holdings to the Long Lumber company.
noxamgs to the Long Lumber company.
headed by Walter Long ,who for a
number of years was identified with the
Burton-Lingo Lumber company.
The transaction involves $50,000, the
stockholders in the Caples-Williams
Lumber company being Richard Caples,
J. H. Williams and Mrs. A. E. McClane.
The yard was conducted under (the
personal management of J. H. Williams,
who says he will remain In the city, but
has not definitely decided in what en
terprise he will invest. The transfer
of the property was made late Friday
afternoon and the Long Lumber com
pany is now in possession.
Furnishings May Be Sold for
a Sanatorium Downthe
Situated on the foothills of Mt.
Franklin and overlooking the lower
valley, Baldwin's sanltorium Is being
considered as a possible location for
a boarding school.
The sanitorium structure Is commo
dious, has wide verandas, is accessi
ble to street car service, and by some
13 considered an ideal location, although
definite arrangements have not been
made for Its leasing.
David G. Baldwin, owner of the
property, however, has considered it to
such an extent that he has offered to
dispose of the sanitorium equipment, it
is stated, and the purchase of the same
is now being considered by Dr. B. M.
Worsham and others interested in a
project to errect a modern sanitorium in
the lower valley.
The erection of a sanitorium in the
El Paso valley is looked upon favorably
and while a site has not been selected
nor the equipment of the Baldwin sani
toriuiri purchased it is possible that
the new institution "will be errected in
the near future.
BUYS HOME HERE
Dr. Bryant C. Preston Also
; Invests in Texas Street
Dr. Bryant C. Preston, who recently
came to the city from Osage, Iowa, to
assume the pastorate of the Congrega
tional church, has .ilroifly invented
about $15,000 in Si Paso real estate
From W. H. Havkhisf, of Hawkins
Brothers, he has i-arcinsed a modem
residence at 161S BjulovarC, for $4,500,
and has acquired 5S feet on Texas
street for $11,8S".
Twenty minutes after the deed for
the residence vas signed. Dr. Preston
was at the city hall to pay the assess
ment against the property for the pav
ing of the street In front of the prem
ises. Practically the total Investment
HATTOX TO WATCROSS.
R. C. Hatton, of the Hottan Realty
company, left today for Waycross Ga.
svhere he will remain for the next three'
monJVic Wa v.. .. . , .'- l
- .. ic5 c.viuiiBivf rem estaxu
interests in Georgia as well as in El
Paso and the upper valley.
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Table', s are safe, sure and reliable, and
have been praised by thousand of wo
men who have been restored to health
through their gentle aid and curative
properties. Sold by all druggists.
mam rn a a iss
.P m n
uns LLy mill
I in nm
LUiMiUU! i and
Lots in Ei Paso
PIP D n HP iilV Ul Pi
Dlb uiliLVlftb IviM DL bulLI
flw PJ Or THr" 7PIPFR POTFi
South Oregon street property owners are talking of another sklicraper fee
Hide the American National Bank structure which is to be erected at tie corner
of Oregon, and San Antonio street.
It is reported among property owners on that street that Fred FencWer,
owner of the Zedger hotel property, Is n oit negotiating: with outside Interests
for the purpose of erecting an eight tory buildiag on that site.
Ample Evidence That 1910
Is Going: to Be a Real
Tucumcari, X. M., Feb. 12. Evidence
that the 3'ear of 1910 is going to be a
prosperous one for this section of the
: territory can already be seen and busi
ness has been steadily increasing for
the past two months. This Is noticed
more especially in the railroad business.
The E. P. & S. W. shops and round
house here have a larger force of men
employed now than at any time in the
history and the payroll for this (month
will eclipse all previous records.
The great coal mines at Dawson are
now said to be running at full blast and
are turning out more coke and coal than
at any previous time. The Southwest
ern is furnishing the Rock Island with
more than a thousand tons of coal per
day which is being delivered here. Be
sides this extra work, the Southewestern
is sending several more trainloads of
coke each day to its smelters in Ari
zona and northern Mexico.
THAT HE WILL BUILD
El Paso Street Structure to
Be Eight Stories Tall
est in the City .
"I am going to build one story higher
than anybody else so no one can look
down on me," reiterates Maj. W. J.
Fewel, owner of the north-west corner
at El Paso and San Antonio streets.
The property has a 31-foot frontage
on San Antonio street, but extends
alons El Paso street for a distance of
86 feet and S inches.
The former alderman says that ad
joining property owners have made no
arrangements to join him in erecting a
structure, but that he will build any
way. Tenants have until May 20 In which
to vacate the present building and Mr.
Fewel expects to start -work on the mod
ern skyscraper about June 1.
JOn. SOREXSOX AXD
J. H. SMITH ARE ARRESTED.
John Sorenson, a contractor, was ar
rested Friday by policeman Cherry, of
the plaza beat, charged with hitching
his horse to one of the goosenecks on
Mesa avenue. He pleaded guilty and
Ignorance of the law, so judge Lea dis
J. H. Smith was arrested on a charge
of maintaining a nuisance, but no writ
ten complaint had been filed, so the j
case was passed until today.
Excelsior Auto Cycles
It costs $22.00 per month to keep a
an Excelsior Auto Cycle and the time
Title Is Perfect
Will Remain in Its Present
Locatknf Taking More
Space for Store.
Having secured the entire second floor
of the Masonic building, the Popular
Dry Goods company has decided to re
main at Its present location, at the
corner of San Antonio street and Mesa
Sixty days notice has been given the
second floor tenants, in which to va
cate their offices and after that time A.
Schwartz says extensive improvements
will be made in the iMasonic block for
the convenience of the Popular store.
The Mesa avenue side is to be im
proved, a plate glass front to replace a
portion of a brick wall which now pro
hibits display windows.
The second floor .will be remodeled
to permit its use for mercantile pur
poses and will be shut off by firewalls
from the stairway leadins: to th irn
I floor. An electric elevator xvm o i-
J in teethe second floor and this will open
u" "lc umin aisxe on the first floor
The Popular Dry Goods store now oc
cupies the entire first floor of the Ma
sonic building as well as the basement
and some months ago it became neces
sary to build an addition to the eastern
section of the building to accommodate
the expanding business. Th ?o
tion of the second floor is for the sama
FORFEITS SID T?rx-r
j H. Meyerowitz -appeared at the po-
. omuuH iuursuay nignt and put up
a $10 bond for his 'father, S. Meyero
witz, who was charged with committing
a nuisance at 332 Leon street. The
elderly Meyerowitz was compeled to
leave town he said and couia not be
present. Judge Lea forfeited the bond
Margarita Aguilar, who resides In. the
same house, was fined $3 on a charge
of throwing refuse In the back yard
Fully nlne'out or every ten cases of
rheumatism is simply rheumatism of
the muscles due to cold or damp o
chronic rheumatism, neither of which
require any internal treatment. All
that is needed to afford relief is the
free application of Chamberlain's Lln'
ment. Give it a trial. You are certain
to be pleased with the quick relief
which It affords. Sold by all druggists
horse and 90 cents per month fuel for
yon save will pay for one many times
i US U Lflll iLHyLd n
xml | txt