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Monday, Mav 2, 1910.
FOR SALE EEAX ESTATE.
ROOM KOUSE, WALKING CIS-
ie grreatest bargain ot tne ett "
this s room modern home, ai i -
of 5 room cottages miles farther oui.
Kas full dayhght basement under en
tire house, with stairs inside leading xo
kitchen. First floor has a den, parior,
dining room, kitchen, pantry, twnen
closet, reception hall, screened In dm&
porch, and spacious front porch- "f
stairs has 4 bedrooms, bath ' n
large closets, and hall. Back yard au
fenced, has woodshed, and sidewaiu '
front. Built of cream colored b ncK.
with roof projecting out we .
around. Only 10 minutes walk, to .
postoSice. Streets Pvcd to jUtmn
block. -House will be finished m ao
3 weeksy and must be sold beI" A
date. Price only 54S00; terms easy,
splendid place for the money.
H. !. Hovrell,
213 Herald Building.
fv i HOUSES AXD C LOTis u- ---
This Is south front Prucl'r"
ground enough for 3 or 4 more guse
Near car llnl, in good lo-lSffJ
will rent for $30. Parties compellea
to sell, and will sacrifice for $3650.
"Worth much more.
H. H. HOWEtli,
213 Herald Building.
VACANT LOTS SUNSET HEIGHTS.
Two beautiful east front lots on Up
son Ave. near Mundy Park m the
most select residence district o
Paso, on paved street. One wckir
ear line. Price ?2350; one-third cas-.
Other lots at close prices.
H. I... HOWBLIi,
213 Herald Building.
VACANT LOTS BIG BARGAIN.
Two south ont corner lots. 2 blocks
from car line, size -axi.u
beautiful building site. nd oni y
tor the 2 if sold before Saturday nib
H. LBOWSLfc ,
213 Henld Building.
VACANT LOTS-SWSET HEIGHTS
One and half lots, east front, leveu
10 minutes walk from postoffice Hail
,ne running out TV. lss0 1250;
Only this one. site at toe price. ?j
terms or cashX
Modern 6 room red pressed brick, on
pafed street. 1 block from car lln lo
cated in the finest residence suburb oi
El Paso, right in the rnlast of a cluster
of high priced resldecetS;rmF
-nly $4250. on very easy terms.
H. I HOW.LL,
213 Herald Building.
per front foot. Will cut a little for
quick sale. Suitable on
apartment or rooming house, store,
warehouse or parage.
EL I. HOWELL,
213 Herald Building. -
TTSXASSY- NEAR S. XV. SHOPS.
Ration, on the T t
cation, -a-? fUcei Cut price
easy terms. H0WEix,
213 Herald Building.
FOR QUICK SALE BY 0XER. '
Any of the following or country
nroperties: tt . .. .,.
20 acres in alfalfa, fiae wmte sIK? 80Q
GSaclres youns alfaifaand wheat 2.8S0
,.. ii nAvr cultivation. . .- 4,-W
-"? acres. in wheafand young
SOcros fine" bottom land, under
10?" cres "all "under ditch, mostly
in mowing crops .............
10U acres uij.wu,. "ST mnnn
government canal will run...- 10.000
14" acres partly under cultiva
tion -L".: li '
4 lots. N- W. corner ;sirfiiia auu
Madera 'streets . . - -- -
2 lots X. E. corner Estrella and
Madera streets --
A'etr cottage. 5 large rooms. ..
E corner Noble and Ixevada. .
-,JL. TioTirtv In Camnbells
addition: rents for ?liaO per
For further information ,
Inquire 321-322 -Hers!' SaUding,
SPECIAL TO THE RENTERS.
SO0,OOO TO LOAN ON REAl ESTATE
VT 3 PERCENT PER JfcJXUM.
In amounts of 5100 and ujlj or if you
do not own any realty noJ we will
advance the money to buy ltknd build
a bouse. Return loan in ead monthly
pavments of 57.50 on the $10 for 10
vears, or pay it up sooner it4ou wish.
In this way the renter becMes land
lord and the rent money isjflying. for
the home. We also pay 12p-cent on
vour savings with more .aiety at
tached than any savings banyan give
a-'d pay but 4 percent. Tliishlan in
terests everybody and we -aria good
agents who can secure businesl in the
omoiior tnTim'c Call or writnlfni- de
scription, nieraiuio mu ilH:orma
TUB Sl.MWAiw ij-v-'ij
ILW-J.1Z iieraiu xmnui
El Paso. Tex.
CHOICE VALLEY LAND BA'
40 acres. 30 miles north of'.lr-tsa
m- miles south of La Mesa. ( Mesa
is a town of about 500 inhoknts,
with good -school, churches, i-4 20
acres in alfalfa. 4Q0 bearini Jrape
vines, a few peach, apple and".ince
trees, "in bearing, sufficient foi Vnily
use. balance in wheat, 3 room juse,
on a good ditch, annual cost o .ter
75c per acre, signed' up under ti,Ele
phant Butte dam. land adjoiningvith
no better improvements, has sol for
5100 per acre. .Price ?70 per acre;ood
R- C. BAILEY.
306 MOsa (Orndorff Hotel Build!
.Dtii ravin; uoo; AUIO. -J.A
WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SQs.
BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSrM
CHOICE RESIDENCES. aJ
IDEAL FARMS. 'C,
R. H. THORNE, J
MS tSAN FRANCISCO ST. "3
lCOMRgASTt INVEST3IENT RI, 1
5 - i m
A LETTER FOR YOU.
Replies sent In cava of The Hani
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this mornlnc. '
These replies should be celled for sot j
later than oa week after boin? teaJle-tlced:
G. T. C.
G. B. A.
OF COURSE IVE'Llk ADVERTISE
Anybody "will if they are bargains.
Kettler Realty Co., 30S 3Iesa Ave.
CITY OF SKY SCRAPERS.
Buy Income property in El Paso. It
helps pay for Itself. It Increases In
value. T"ith a few thousand dollars
you can buy that new APARTMEMT
HOUSE on "SV. Missouri St, near li
brary. It "will give you a pension for
The Great Texas Realty Co.,
FOR SALE 1 gas range, 1 refrigerator.
Phone Auto 2341.
-O TROUBLE TO SHOW YOU
A good supply of bargains.
Kettler Realty Co., 30S 3Iesa Ave.
CLOUD CROFT COTTAGES
For rent- 5 rooms furnished, $150; 6
rooms furnished ?200 for the season.
XV. F. Payne.
EVERYBODY BUYING HOMES.
El Paso grows. EverybJdy sees it.
"We are helping by building homes and
apartment houses. Several just com
pleted. We sell them on terms.
The Great Texas Realty Co.,
Tou can name the .terms you want
to buy on. 6 room modern brick on
XV. T. Dovralng,
209 ilesa Ave.
CLOSE IN PROPERTY GOING HIGH.
pect to Invest in El Paso property you
lose monev by waiting- li you want, an
APARTMENT HOUSE, close In, niw
and -uptodate, or a new modern pressed"
brick close in residence we have them,
several just completed.
The Great Texas Realty Co.
THE SOUTHLAND LIFE INSURANCE
Of Dallas, Trxas,
Wants firstclass representatives for
West Texas and New Mexico. A iSo. 1
contracts for right parties. Apply to
El Paso branch office, rooms oil ana
312 Caples Building.
FOR SALE 1 white iron bedstead with
2 Inch posts, oak dres4er and sanitary
couch. Phone Auto 254.
BEST BUY ON R,
One of the r"13
ent plasler. heating pla
this if ytfu see it. Phone
W. F. Payne
SHOE SALESMAN AftTfJ Bieauy
position for firstclass shoe salesma:;
good wages to right man. Address C
S.. care Herald. --J
BETTER COME- OXICR! FOR THIS. T
5 room brick house, 2 lots, has hard
wood floors throughout, plumbing and
other finishing, right up to now. o000
buys it; easy ter"rs.
XV. T. rOTVing.
209 Mesa. Avenu--
-rT upvir vicpiiarp furnished front
room w?th large ulcove on bath rdbmBliscar;
tfis.. tii Tf rrin.T riiHuiK uL.L-i ww
. ,1 raso i5U
BlY THIS BLNGAL.O
-..-. B' cnnl
IT WILL JJ-Ai VOt MOmt al")
It is on s. nne corner "V
It has six large rooms anjf nioro win-
Tt via n. modern heatintt plant. heaIl
in every room, ana basemenS unaer
It Is new. never been occ
has lawn and treei already
It is a beautiful ome, wall-
tance of down town ?nd onl tv.'O
from high scnooi.
PJRIGE ON EASY 'vi
J- w i f
-j . -v
A desirable business location, 3 floors,
elevator, good front and show windows.
Have bargains in business property,
fine houses, vacant lots and valley land.
Real Estate, Fire, Accident and Live
stock Insurance. Rentals.
Herald Building, Main Entrance.
Phones: Bell 1227. Auto. 1585.
FARMS FOR SALE.
80 acre farm. 45 in crops, balance in
light timber; all rich, sandy loam river
bottom soil, government patented title,
full water rights in the Three Saints
ditch; signed up under the Elephant
Butte dam project; mile from Berino
(Santa Fe R. R.) depot. The farms all
round this 80 acres in high state of
cultivation. For short time the price
is $S5 per acre; terms.
4 select high producing farms adjoin
ing the above, 50 .acres, 120, and ifvo
160 acres, highly improved, from $100
per acre; terms.
80 acres at San Miguel at a bargaiu.
30 acres at Mesquite bridge, $30.
A CHEAP BUSINESS PROPOSITION.
Store and postoffice at Vado (Earl
ham.) You can buy this at actual In
voice, incluudlng 100 chickens and fine
cow, fresh. Good clean business and
fine climate. (30 miles north of El
Paso on Santa Fe). Owner must leave
is reason for selling. $800 will cover
VILJOEN & HANNUM,
La Mesa, N. M.
(Or inquire 32 City Nat Bank Bldg.)
m t m s&
One Cent a Word.
A Great Department jtore doesn't offer' for sale
-nearly as manyv different things as the
of Today's HERALD. Jt's the "human. interest" col
?amnof the paper.
FORTUNE KNOCKS AT EVERY
Is an old saying. To some It seems to
have knocked several times. With eye
sight it is different. It comes but once,
and once it is lost it is lost forever.
Can you afford to neglect it even for a
day. I am a specialist in the fitting
of eyes and the making of glasses. I
have been making glasses for 28 years.
Geo. D. Kendall,
208 ilesa Ave., Makes Glasses Right.
For rent. 5 rooms furnished, $150. 6
rooms furnished, $200 for the season.
W. F. PayBe.
LOST Belt pin made from Mexican
coins with eagle in 6enter. Reward if
returned to 1400 San Antonio.
BUILDING SITE CHEAP.
We have the prettiest south front
building site in Mundy Height-". The
price is low and -will sell It.
Nemnan InvcstMeHt Co.
YOU MAKE THE TSnMS
On a 5 room modern brick on 2 lots,
southeast corner. ?2100 gets It. Is
that cheap enough?
XV. T. DoTrning,
209 Mesa Ave.
WANTED Half of co.. .age, close In;
must be well furnished, good location;
will take care of house for summer;
will give reference and no sick. E. H.
R., care Herald.
WANTED Experienced steam fitter
helper; wages 2oc per hour, uan at -axj.
l X. Kansas St., 6:30 p. m., 7:30 a. m.
HAVE YOU ANY RENTS TO COL
LECT? See Dorsey Newborn, 204
FOR RENT To good reliable party
only. Large front room with large
alcove, furnished for JlgK housekeep
ing, $13. 806 N. El PasjT St.
3 roorn brick; new. '
XV. F. P-tyae.
14 ACRES VALLEY LAND,
Within 7 ,mlleifclty. right on county
road anq ore of the best buys in the
valley. lri:e $3000, terms if desired.-
ABdcnoB-BeHBCtt Realty Co-
Rooms 27-and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Buildinr. Bel i591; Autc 1768.
"WE CAN ELL YOUR PROPERTY.
Neivaan Investment Co.
FOR SALE-Moving picture outfit,
practically jiw one pin Edison ma
chine; establl&ed and doing business.
One year leas, only opera house in
town. Price 500. Cash 5350, balance
monthly paynents. Reason for sell
ing, other 'usiness. J. Lu Miller,
Tombstone, A-iz. -
I BOY TVANlD-Spply block
i tary He!gktsrW. E. Parsons.
c C, Mill-
C ROOM HOUSV ON BOULEVARD.
This isoneof ie best ,buys in the
city jfor close in stufLand the price can
not be beat. If you xe looking for a
home let us show you"his. It will be
sold in a few days.
Anderson-Bennett Ralty Co.v,
Rooms 27 and 2S Basset & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Aro. 1768.
CHICKENS 1 dozen white Leghorns,
worth 524 for 515; 10 JjrownLeghorns,
worth 510, for 58.50; 10 Plymouth
Hocks, worth ?15. for $10.50. "he whole
bunch for 527.50. H. E. Parses, block
j C, Military Heights. Ft. Bliss
b' ,9 .
"RIxtbd Business man with $3"(f00
$o000 cash to take interest andpay-
ig position with new mariufactring
msiness; big money; no risk. . lisk
ox So 2, city. V
OR RENT 3 furnished rooms tr
housekeeping with private bath, cloa
iii. 614San AntonkrSt,
S RiTOM CLOSE TO LIBRARY,
2pWf6ry brick, close In, for $6500. You
carAget terms. If this is a good house,
dpnT you think it a bargain? It is a
Xewwan Investment Co.
PERSON being thoroughly acquainted
with the English and Spanish lan
guages and general"" office work de
sires position of any kind; 5 years ex
perience; salary no object. A. R., acre
Herald. Best of references.
FOR RENT Bedroans, also light 1
housekeeping room 1018 Myrtle Ave.
"W7N"TED A goodSeratfing ranch of
about 45. or 50 .sections; must be well
watered. Address box 18, Marfa, Tex.
GENTLEMAN can have room and
breakfast In bachelors" home; oool flat,
every convenience. P. O, box 866, citv.
5 ROOM 3RICKJ $3200. '
South front on Boulevard; terms half
cash. Tlii is, a snap.
XevrinaB Invetanet Co.
SNAP Corner -on Boulevard, south
front HAWKINS BROS.
BIT THIS 50x120, close in. on N.
Oregon, $160 a foot: big bargain. 8
room brick thrown in. Hurrv. HAW
KINS BROS. jr
' r S
STOP TOUR RENT A 5 rbm brick,
new, on Rio Grande. A.nyJJtetms to
suit you. HAWKINS BEOS. 4
4 ROOSI BRICK, close n, ?2l00. Will
pay 12 percent on invesrment. HVW
r, R003I BRICK on Boilevard. 3outh
front. $3250. Big bargah. HAWKINS
WAjVTEB Vt'hite wonan, general
HouscnurA. vH-ii -no- -uontana
phone 2603. Jjf-
FOR SALE A beautifclfoak buffet and
set of leather seate.'biidlrrrrig chairs
at a bargain. Also stem;e" window shades
and a pair of portier,rQ cheap. 1401
WASTED A PARTXERlwith $100 to
finance an amusement eiterprise, you
to handle allj money. Answer Imme
diately. Address L. 201, re Herald.
- : : -'' . s;
ate homesMn LOST Pali eyeglasses sunuay Jnorn-
ed. floors. Gfi3siii?' -betweei 1216 iE. BuLeaxd- an4 1 tf U
n'f You'll buy j pristoffJce. Sither fon car or street, j 13
w n j Wfltrorn nr 3 tim ha noirt it rpnirnpr . :
wrv .t;." ; itt l'i" . KiiV. -r-. -r i : verv
eA i jars, oj- 'xx. tuasont x-xo x. juuiou-iu..
- i ' '- -.-..
I oo Late
No Ad. Less Than 25c.
MONTANA ST. BARGAIN.
Two good lots in the 1800 block.
The cheapest lots on this street, and
won't be on market long.
Jay F. Kb ox,
9 Buckler Bldg. Bell 4"78.
IS YOUR HOME TOO SMALL?
A fine 8 room home on one of the
best streets, for trade for good 5 or 6
Jay F. Knox,
9 Buckler Bldg. Bell 47S.
VACANT LOTS "WANTED
As first payment on house In East El
Paso and Highland Park; balance by
Jay F. Ivbox,
9 Buckler Bldg. Bell 47S.
WANTED By 2 men, nice room,
sleeping porch and bath, north of
tracks. Address I. 192, care Herald.
FOR RENT New 5 room brick house,
price $10 monthly; bath, porches, shade
trees, water, sink; 2 blocks from Ari
zona car line. Inquire 1501 California.
PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS You
can rent 10 rooms opposite library.
This is an ideal location for offices;
low rent. See Tobin, El Paso and
Franklin Sts. Phone 227i.
MESA AVE. BARGAIN $5500 buys 811
Mesa." See Tobin. El Paso and Frank-
Jin. Phone 2271. This won t last long.
Getbusy. v, t
10 room house, close in $80.00
8 room house 30.00
6 room house 20.00
See Tobin, El Paso and Franklin St.
'BARGAIN in close In switch property.
See Tobin today. El Paso anil Frank
lin Sts. Phone 2271.
CICELY furnished rooms: no sick. Mrs.
CoHler, 607 Mesa Ave
IF YOU HAVE MONEY buy vendor
Hen rjotes in denominations jo $100 to
$1000, bearing 8 percent, interest. See
Tobin, El Paso and. Franklin Sts.
FO"R SAIiE Large 1300 lb-hors'e; reas- i
onaoie price. Phone 1885 Bell.
TVATED--A lady to -do plain-dewing
by the day. Phone 329.
FOR SALE AT ONCE Bed, dresser.
jixry coucn, staves, mission library
uesx, rocKers, dining table,
buffet, kitchen furnishiners:
reasonable. Call -r ;n5ii ,.,-
ject. - ,
FOR SALE Chesn?. 6 year old gentle
pony, harness and" buggy; also gentle
to ride. 1014 San Antonio. Phone 2833.
CASSIDY & DAVIDSON'S
TTrvrS BARGAINS. K
BEFORE YOU R1TV a wmra tt-
-irrrT -r -r . ,, T . " -"-"..- J.J.
vvj rAi iuu TO SEE OUR LIST
WE HAVE THE BAR&AINS.
xl jou are going to btiy a home don't
spend a lot of valuable imQ looking at
grouses you don't want vand wouldn't
e-en consider- Come ana tell us Just
what you want and we will show vou
th house that will exactlv suit you
without unnecessary wasting a moment
of your time. ,
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building.
IF YOU VILL ALLOW 7S
To show you this plrcc you will agree
with us that it is a bargain. Th house
contains 5 rooms and reception hail
also maid's room, outbuildings, etc '
modern and uptodate; 3 foot terrace
retaining walls and walks in; lot,52x
120; located on Rio Grande St. Price
$5000 for a quick sale. Your oVn
Cassldy & Davidson.
Rooms 4 and 5 Buckler Building. i
MONEY AHD METALS. -
NeiT York Quotttlon.
CBy Assuclatea Pred.J
N-w Tfk, May 2.7i-Money on call
3.S percent. J
Prme mercantile paper, 4?45 per
cent. 3nsisjc. Qnotatlons Today.
Desilsrlzed lead. $ 4.20 4.40.
Coppei standard spot, $12.0012.25;
May, ?12D0 -12.25.
SpelterXSt. Louts quotation) $5.00.
jcxlcan dollar, 4c
Carrett Smelter ?.natat"oBB.
C31 Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 54 1
Copper wire ars (cts. per lb.) . .12 9-16
Copper Cathole (cts. per lb.)... 12 7-16
Lead (London sales prices). 12, slO, a0
Lead (New Yoik sales prices). ...$4.50
(Douglas Snelter Quotations.)
Engineering aid Mining Journal, v
Bar silver 53.7S
Copper .r. 12.59
NEW YOBI ilSTEB
(By Special Wire to Tie Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Glbe. Ariz.)
Amer. Smelters .'.".
Colo. Fuel & Iron.
M., K. & T
U. S. Steel, com
BOSTON LISTED ST
r r-w fHAA2n1 TTTI-tt t
vo apctKu ", - '"rsiia ri
1. xx. Oku. j., uiuuc,' AT1Z.J
Calumet &! Ariz
"For Sale" column
BOARD AND ROOMS strictly first
clasfe. Mrs. Leary, 619 N. Kansas.
FIRSTCLASS Hungarian German cook
wants position. Julius, care Herald.
FURNISHED or unfurnishd 5 room
cottage, no sick. 1019 N. Florence.
WANT American woman cook. 3 in
family. Address P. O. box 114. El Paso.
SAVE AGENT'S COMMISSION.
Buy this new modern 8 room cottage
from owner direct. Price 53500 any old
terms. Vacant lot or vendor lien note
taken for first payment. H. H. Bailey,
333 W. Missouri St. Phone 1626.
FOlt RENT 3 ROOM
Modern furnished flat, with sleeping
porch. $17.50 month. 2312 Wyoming
St., opposite S. W. shops, or phone
LIST YOUR BARGAINS
In real estate with
D. G. Heiiietnan, 207 St. Louis St.
THE C03IING BUSINESS STREET.
Get in now to make big money.
Choice corner, 40x120, Improved. Rent
for 5200 per month. Price 20,000.
FOR RENT. 4
4 rooms, 2211 Texas 4$ 15.00
4 rooms, 2918 Alamogordo 15.00
6 rooms, furnished. HID X. Vir-
K ginia 50.00
9 rooms, 1513 Montana (fur) 100.00
9 rooms. 1119 Montana .S. . 60.00
8 rooms, 901 Mundy 40.00
5 rooms, 801 Arizona
6 rooms. 1519 Wyoming .C
5 rooms, 1136 Arizona
6 rooms, 711 Lee, flat
4 rooms, Wyoming and Magnolia
Store room, 519 San Antonio.. ..
If you can't find what you want In
this list call at our office and see com
plete list. We have houses in all parts
ofthe city. y
Austin & 3Iarr,
'Phone 352. 204 San Antonio St.
WANTED Woman for ooking and
general housework. Call mornings.
WANTED 5 energetic people who
want to better their condition. Are
you one of. them.2 E. G. Woelslager,
Agency" Organizer, room 2, Plaza BUk.
C. iP. CHESTER, i
' Civil ana iMecLmiical Engineer.
Water Supply, Irrigation. Sewerage.
Bridge. Structural and Concrete Wprk.
Examinations and Reports. .,
Plans and Specifications.
512 Caples Building. El Paso.
A SUITE of 2 beautiful rooms for
housekeeping. 718 X. Santa Fe.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS SHU San
t 1 c-
EI, PASO LODGE NO. 130. A. F. fc A. 7.
Keguiar meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
E. W. S. Xeff. Secy.
J. D. Mason. W. M.
Masonic Relief Board 3rd Jloor. Ma
sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 a in
to 22 m. L. E. GUlett. Secy.
A. &. A. S. RITE OF FREE MASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of eaclv month in Masonic Temple.
XV. H. 3IcCnllough. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL,
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
XGRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
TON. I Helvetia
Miami . -qy
Nevada Con . "-"" To.v
North Bu,tte iij?
Shannon 1" -r
Sup. & Bdston '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 10
Sup. oc Pittsburg...
U. S. Smelters, com .
Utah Con ..
Utah Coopper Vr. .
(By Special Wire to Tne Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.- Globe. Aris.)
Ariz.-Mich., pt pd.
Cal. & Montana .".X. ...'.. 95C
Chino Cop Co. f ijfc"'
Chemung ....' ..,....A.. 91'
jniei jon ...
Ely Cent ...
"Gila Ccpper .
Inspiration Cop . ,
Live Oak De v r
Mason Valley J.
Nat. Mng. Exn-rr-.'Tv
New Keystone tj.3. "
Ohio Copper l.i.Y."
Pinto Copper !!"
Ray Central '.','"
Hay Consolidated . "V-Ul.
. . 15c
San Antonio, pt pd...i
Superior & Globe, pt Vd ." ." . ." '. " she)
ain and l-rjovisioiis.
ro Grain Close."
. .HIT M. I
m Julv .....
SMELL OF OIL ST GIP CUT
WELL PROVES IIS PflESEKCE
C. E. Trozel Says There Is Eo Doubt That It Is There,
But in What Quantities, He 'Is Unable to Say Had
No Intention of Eeflecing on Mayos.
(By C. R. Troxel.)
(Mr. Troxel is considered an oil ex
pert and was for some time associated
with Hearst & Keene In the Chihuahua
Camp City, N. M., May 2. The indi
cations for a big oil Held here are cer
I spent almost all day Sunday at the
well and the smell of oil and gas i3
plainly apparent. There is po question
but that the drillers tok out oil Satur
day that would burn. There are more
gas bubbles and more evidences of oil
today than ever and the fact that the'
well Is full of water and still this oil
and gas reaches the top, shows that it
must be rather strong.
It is a question where the gas and
oil come from, but I am inclined to be
lieve that they enter the well at a depth
of about five o;- six hundred feet. They
may come' from the bottom, but I do
not think so.
There is no doubt oil here,N but in
what quantity I can't say.
Regarding my statement Saturday
relative to the discovery of slag and ce
ment in the well by the men who ar
.u -. 21.S0
Sept .'. 12.20
July and Sept $12.07
New York, May 2. The opening of
the cotton market reflected the feeling
that there Is a possibility of higher
prices later In the season as the new
crops begin to develop. The market
here ruleVi generally steady today with
fair rallies from opening. Spots ruled
New Orleans, La., May 2. The mar
ket here opened quiet but ruled gen
erally above the clcse here Saturday.
Talent, however, Is considerably mixed
and while it is generally believed1 -that
the summer months will go consider
ably higher, caution is advised.
1 Bcmnca for Cotton.
Liverpooi.Eng.. May 2. There is a
fair domain! for actual cotton her to-
day and sales aggregate S000 bales.
made on a basis of $?.04 for American
middling. t Imports, including 10,700
bales of American cotton. 11.00Q; tone
steady., y Futures '-.opTOed- .quiet- -and
steady from one to two points higher
and. ruled dull. '
Galveston pot Cotton.
Galveston. Tex.. May 2. Spot cotton
quiet and unchanged; middlings, 14c;
KaHnas City Li-estocic. Close.
Kansas City., Mo., May 2. Cattle
Receipts 10.00D, Including 1500 south
erns: o10c lower. Native rs, $6.25
(ffi.la. southern steers,
southern cows. $3,SS)6.25;
and heifers, $307.50: st
feeders. 54.006.90; bulls,
calves, $4.6o8.50: west
? 6.00 7.75; western cows, $4!36.50
Hogs Receipts 6000: 10 15c lower.
Bulk. S9.049.25: heavy, ?9.109.35:
packers and butchers. $9.10 9.20;
light, $8.S09.15; pigs, $7.758.50.
Sheep Receipts 8000; steady. Mut
tons. S6.00S.50; lambs, S7.509.40: fed
western wethers and yearlings, $7.00
S.75; fed western ewes, $ 6.00 J1 7.50.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago. 111.. May 2. Cattle Re
ceipts 25.000: stead j- to 10c lower.
Beeves. ?5.658.50; Texas steers, S4 70
jj6.15: western steers. $4.906.7;:
stockers and feeders, $3.80(5 6.70: cews
and heifers, $2.75 7.30; calves, $6.30
Hogs Receipts 28.000; slow; 1520c
lower. Light. $9.10)9.374: mixed.
$9.15 (3 9.45; heavy. $9.15 9.424- rough.
$9.15 9.25; good to choice heavy, S9.25
9.421A; pigs. $8.709.30; bulk, $9.25
Sheep Receipts 20.000: 10c lower.
Native. $4.408.1; western. $4.908.20;
yearlings, $7.158.35: lambs, native,
$7.75 9.75; western, $8.00 9.75.
Fort "Worth Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex.. May 2. Cattle
Receipts 3400; hogs 2000. Steers steady,
tops $6:00: cows lower, tops $4.30;
calves higher, tops $6.00.
Hogs Lower, tops $9.20.
.' St. Louis Wool. Clone. K
CSt. Louis, Mo.. May 2. Wool steady.
Territorv and western mediums. JJfjf
ii: linp medium-;. 1SO20- fine. 11014.
Spring lamb and fresh green peas,
phone Ardoins market.
.THE COUNTY SEAT
Senate Holds up McFie Ap
Washington, D. C. Mar 2 Two
joint resolutions disapproving the New
Mexico law changing the county sea;t
of Sierra county from Hlllsbqro to
Cutter and changing the county lines
passed the house. After enrolment i
goes to the president. f
The senate committee on judiciary
recommended the. confirmation of Gov.
Hughes as associate justice, but the
Anti-Trubt league entered a protest., Ii
was decided by the committee to have
a, hearing in judge McFie's case May
The postmaster general has consoli
dated the rural delivery and sta route
work undertne fourth assistant, tak
ing effect July first, with a 50,000,000
Delegate Cameron secured an in
crease in the mail service between
Dewey and Cherry, Ariz., to six times
a week beginning July first.
The house bill passed the senate -fes-tablisbIngii
the bureau of miips. It
SOUTHWESTERN HAS NOT DETERMINED
SO VCT Tfi DiiSISl Til THPCfill
Ab it 1 III iulLO iu i uubuN
ui IJBf3--k J&
cleaning it out, I had no desire or In
tention to reflect on Mr. Mayo and son,
who drilled the well. I merely stated
what the people here- told me. They
found these things in, the well when
they began to clean it out after Mr.
Mayo and son had. faiiid.
J. R. Hunter, one of Jche men who
gave me the information about the
stuff being In the well, also says he
had no intention of reflecting on the
Mayos. The fact that someboajfc- put
something In the well is the. belief of
all the people nere, but they are not
accusing anybody of doing It.
I have talked with Mr. Mayo, sr., and
find him a splendid old gentlemen, re
snected wherever he has been.
EL PASOANS FILE ON A
CAMP CITY OIL GROUND
Glen Woods and P. M. Jacob, repre
senting the Woods-Jacob Oil syadicate,
went To -Alamogordo Monday to file the
necessary papers for obtaining eight
sections of land in the Camp City dis
trict near AlamogorcLo. The syndicate
rapresents the interests of a. number of
local stockholders in the New Mexico
Surveys Are Being Made
' Both to Tucson and Phoe
nix and Extensions Are
Possible, Says Simmons.
The Southwestern wlllexteafi' fSrtwfe
ably to Fhemrfl
un tfcat Jrttle word "if" hang: t?
kopM of tb people of ucsea .
Un,ir -rwii, i,J,, v. ., tf
Phoenix, -which have bee raised by
presence of Southwestern, surveyors
tee territory axeaad Iwcson.
to H. J.-Siaraons, general minasrer. the
little werdJriltnot be positivized. uatil
the- surveyjors have completed the sur
vey of the proposed line, which will be
fxoza two to three months from date.
"The Southwestern will extend its
road into Tucson and probably into
Phoenix," said general manager Siia
inons Monday "morning, "if the business
t - .. - ' A. ,t ,'-':r ..
r"? , " .f '"""If . """ u "x cosc ia
uuuu tne llue- --flls cost cannot be de-
termined until the survey bas been corn-
j pleted. The survey will ' not be com
pleted for several months as no psi-
uce announcement can be made uatil
the cost has been computed' "
May 2"et Go to Tama.
"Will the Southwestern be built to
Yuma to connect with the SpreckeIs
road, provided the Southwestern -is ex
tended to Phoenix?" Mr. Simmons was
"No such thing is contemplated," he
"It is purely a matter of dollars and
cents to the Southwestern," said Mi.
Simmons. "If, after the survey has been
made, and the cost of the extension to
Tucson and Phoenix lias been comput
ed, it is found that the business will
justify the outlay, the extension will be
built, otherwise, not."
The extension to Pheonix. from Tue-
J son will be governed by the same con
ditions that hold the iBenson-Tcfa-extension
in the balance. If the busi
ness justifies the cost Jt probably will
be built: 'otherwise not.
Douglas Msfcea Statement.
Mr. Simmons goes further tn his
statement to the press of Tucson, is
that Mr. Simmons states positively that
the extension to Tucson will be built
'if the cost Is compatible with the busi
ness In sight, and, the same conditions
applying, the road will probably be ex
tended to Phoenix. Tshe following state
ment was made by Walter Dosrlas
-"Our visit to Phoneix and the wfufcel-
man -county has no especial significance ,
as regards the proposed extension jr Vr A
the El Paso & Southwestern t-tIcson
.",nd Phoeirix. Vace- presidnA James
and myself have beea ises&y rooking
over the country and oufexaa "nation
has been of neceesitr SSeih hasty and
"No action wiil be ibikea untir after-the-
surveys now beir -nd " -.
-Pleted, and certain? other dais. Cot
hpilea. I cannot verify the ttlw.r
the Phoenox ppers tht the surrey, -lir
be extended from Tucson to Pix."
, . Walter Doslas.
X ismasr Jexlce.
TriTnoQ t f.f. tt
C..i.l . . ... ut" U1B
".... " . cr ill wcinonr r'. t.
UUBien ana a director of tha
Phelps-Dodgt Interests, and WaW
Douglas, second vioev president, have
tajs. at Tucson and at Phoenix, in the
interest of the proposed eension
T,-L PI"0IlOSev mee,Unsrbtreen the
Tucson chambe- of conisieSrce aa
Messrs. James acd Douglas fnii k
1 cause the of f icitti remained Jathat city -
I tho nffiololo --o. tsi - , .r-T1""- i
i , " ----- cut t xsisuve arpa -;ne2ce jr
v .uCa.w, traveling aown the fwe$fc$
coast on the line "of the Southern Palr
elf it-, as far as Guaymas. It was, cur-T
rently reported that the officials will
go from Guaymgs to Port Loba by
steamer to inspect the terminal of the
proposed line to connect -with the
Southwestern at Sasco.
GRAND JURY BEGINS
WOi.2: FOR THE 3ZEH.X,
The prraiid jury for the IMav term oC
(Bradford Hartlie, J. B- Watson, Charles.
iJeurott, . g. Dunn, George Paul jr.,
Frank Coles, J. A. ivraJcauer.
Judpe Harper, in presenting Jiis" oharae
to the jur. . did not call attention to anj
special points, simply using the stereo
typed charge cautioning the jurymen to
investigate all violations of the' law. '
SELLING OITT ENTIRE STOCK
Four new Reo touring car3. 22 h. p..
complete with top, now $950 each, for
mer price $1150.
Bursrnins iu Second Hand Cars.
Ford, $250 Runabout.
Reo, ?200, Runabout.
Bui'-k. 10" $650. .3 passenger.-
$a50, 5 passenger.
S450, 5 passenger.
Hie 34th district court 13 composed, of
VT. L. Amanett, M. H. jv?6b, James K
Phipps. AV. AV. Fink, J. G. Franklin. V
C. M. Barber,
49, Myrtle Ave,