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L paso heral:
Monday, May 23, 1910.
FOE SALE REAL ESTATE.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
TON. One Cent a
No Ad. Less Tha 25c,
HP I s
Classif vToo Late to Classif v
5250 A LOT
FOR LOTS AT THE HEAD
OF MONTANA ST.
We have 16 of these lots just across
the street from Bassett's addition in
East El Paso. '
On the street car line.
Have city water.
Have electric lights.
,' Have gas.
Have sewerage. ,-.m-T
PRETTIEST LOTS IN THE EAST END.
WANT A HOME? .
We have a very large list of desir
able property, for some of which we
are sole agents. .
If you don't see what you want be
low, phone us, for we may have Jubi
the thing to suit you. You see v.e
couldn't possibly advertise everything
we have. t , c.
5 room cottage. Rio Grande at
6 room cottage. Kio Grande S t
5 room cottage. 1000 block of An
zona St- only $3650.
8 room home, Rio uranue ou
7 rooms home, Montana bt.,
6 room cottage, Wyoming bt
6 room bungalow, east front. Its a
One' of the prettiest homes in Mundy
Heights. You should see it.
Arizona St. building site. $ll.-0.
Nevada SL building site. Vw?
2 lots, corner Wyoming and ooie,
only $2000 for the 2.
2 lots, Montana St. Price rmht.
SEE US FOR VALLEl LANDS.
9 room brick. Boulevard.
2 Cioudcroft cottages, furnishco.
LIVESTOCK INST RANGE.
W. F. PAYNE.
Phone 1250. Angelus Hotel Bldg.
Anartment houses .'ire kno-rn to be
t SJlni? Property in El Paso,
,w . .-.. . t . Y.a Te
TV Missouri St. Is known to be tne
best apartment house district.
Buildings built by .ur compar.j are
known to be solid and substantial.
nTn o EASY PAYMENTS;.
You can buy an aparuxicuj. r
-J . hA.ic
fr-nrr. us nn easy terms anu
monthly payments, reducing your in
terest every month. ,.,
15 PERCENT INVESTMENT NET.
Show us anything else in the city
that will give you as high rate ol in
terest, to say nothing ol Increase In
52500 TO SHOOO CASH.
A small payment like this will start
you off as first payment. Balance can
be paid monthly or to suit.
You never had an opportunity like
this before in the city of El Pau. For
further information write us or call at
The Great Texas Realty Co.,
LOWER T'ALLlS'i- QAKGAISS.
75 3cres ol line land on the new-macadam
road. 10 miles below El Paso.
35 acres in cultivation; all ditched and
near Franklin canal.
This is "the bargain," for ?100 per
acre. ?20tt0 cash, balance 1. 2, 3 and 4
We have anything you want from 1
acre to 1000.
PETER3L4X-LANSDEN REALTY CO.,
22C6 4 rings black. Ysleta. Tex.
Bargars in Real Estate, Business
Propertr Modern Ho3-ies. Vacant Lots,
Valley -.od Investments, Fire. Live
stock and Accident Insurance.
Bell Phone 1227. Auto. Phone 1585
WANTED TO BORROW.
Client of mine wants to borrow $50,000
for 3 years at 7 percent interest per
annum." first mortgage, on 10,000 acres
of Rio Grande valley land, worth at
least $250,000. Your own lawyer to
pass on the abstract of title.
FOR SALE A REAL BARGAIN.
4000 acres of fine, irrigable Rio
Grande valley land, signed up under
Elephant Butte dam, all under ditch,
level and no brush on it ln some places;
only ?25 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 8 percent interest per
annum. Finest colonisation proposi
tion and can readily be sold again in
small lots at $75 per ncre. (Have an
other tract of S500 lurres. same price
and terms as above).
WANTED TO BORROW.
Client of mine wants to borrow $5000
for 2 years on 724 acres of patented
proven coal land at 8 percent per an
num, first mortgage, your own lawyer
to pass on the abstract of title.
WANTED TO BORROW.
Client of mine wants to borrow $50,
000 for 5 years at 5 percent interest
per aanum, first mortgage, on a piece
of El Paso business property valued at
$150,000 your own lawyer to pass on
the abstract of title. Mortgage cov
ered fully by fire insurance.
Client of mine wants to loan $10,000
on clos ln El Paso real estate.
A GILLT EDGED INVESTMENT
Of 34000 that will be wortii $10,000
within a year from now anj? pay zy-
percent Interest per month, f
640 acres land in the proven oil field,
near Toyah, Texas, at $27 per acre 7A
pash and balance in 12 months.
660 acres of land in the proven oil
fields of Caddo. La., at ?lv0 per acre
V cash and balance in 1 year.
SEE WM. 3IOELLER.
Real Estate. Investments and Insurance
Phones: Bell 1227, Auto. 1585.
You can easily sell it
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115
tell the girl wrrat it is
and The Herald will sell
it. ISTo bother, iio formality.
VENDOR LIEN NOTES for sale on close
in improved property.
Kettler Realty Co., 308 Mesa Ave.
FOR SALE lcrA;. ESTATE-
Right in heart of city, stone's throw
i from Hbrarv. grounds 200 feet- eon
j fine, 7 rooms and big reception hall,
laree vards. with fruit trpps. fln-nrercj
I etc. See this loveiv snot nn trmihio
, to show you. Circumstances enable us
; to offer this, "WAY DOWN BELOW its
' value on terms. THE BEST INVEST
MENT IN EL PASO TODAY. (The lo
cation is such that it simply must in
crease in value.) Come around.
BAILEY LAND CO.,
306 Mesa, Orndorff Hotel Bldg.
1622 Boulevard, 4 rooms, bath, lot
37xl20, for sale on easy terms, or
will rent $20 per month.
Sll Mesa Ave., 26x120. 5 rooms, bath.
lrt- oc-in ,- .
iuu uji.j.iv, iui um on easy terms, ur
11 lots in Cotton addition, including
Lfoer?' at a bargain; only cash.,
mua4.j4, y, jCi V-CHC 11UC1 COU
LOTS LOTS LOTS.
IN TOBIN'S SECOND ADDITION,
IN TOBIN'S WASH. PARK ADDITION
IN TOBIN'S ORCHARD PARK ADD.
lown 5 nercent a month
interef or tLT A
nyouTown home on very
5 percent down
chance to own your own home on very
vrcnnit t.tev otrs
For sale from $100 to $1000, running
irom i to 3 years, bearing a percent
Interest, pavable semi-annually. These
HOUSES FOR RENT.
4. 5, 6, S and 10 room houses, close in.
perfect repair; low rent to desirable
FRANK R. TOBIN,
419 N. El Paso St Phone 2271
FOR SALE BY OWSER 25 acres im-
proved, 10 room house 'turmshed, out
houses, barns, 15 h. p. pumping plant,
some stock alfalfa, fruit, garden, bfcvrs,
chickens, pigeons, etc., at a bargain.
A. E. Browne, San Elizario. Phone t:S.
9740.000 TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
AT 5 PERCENT PER ANNUM.
There is no man living who does not
at sometime Ipng for a home that he
can call his 6wn and a modest hom
! of your own is much nicer than a finer
one 'foV which you pay biri rent By
our plan anyone can buy or build a
; " anjwnere ana dbk tne rent
. ftoney pay for it We twII loan yon
i -"- d."."v.w ,v ii-.iiv iv. J.w .v.cj.
,. i 0- , l
5? 50 D-er month on the $1000, or make
j J&r - pavments or pav it all u at
' any time "and stop all "interest. This
e.i. .. 1 -. 1 -u .
iuiwiuu Ja uo..n.cu. ui mc auuiiKat.
company of this kind in existence. Call
or write for full information
wanted; good commission.
STANDARD H03IE COMPANY,
211-212 Herald Building,
El Paso, Texas.
WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITES.
BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE.
R. H. THORA'E,
518 SAX FRANCISCO ST.
INC03IE AND INVESTMENT REAL
About the prettiest place in the whole
valley to make a home. 105 acres fine
sou, new house, within mile of La
Tuna, Tex., station, at $80 per aero .
cash; surrounding lands held at $100 ,
and up. j
A block in one of the best towns up
tne vaney, s room nouse, fruit and
shade trees, garden, alfalfa parch; well 1
established chicken and bee business,
etc. Steady income of $50 to $75
monthly. $3150 $2000 cash.
10 acres fine garden patch and beau
tiful location at $80.
Also lots and blocks in Hagan's and
La Tuna additions .to the thriving town
of Anthony, N. M. Inquire 321-322
Herald building. Phone 3437. or address
La Mesa, N. M.
320 acres of fine prairie hay deeded
lands. -Hay crop 200 to 300 tons. 12
miles from Demlng; shipping point 24
miles; near postoffice and school. Well
improved, with large earth reservoir
stocked with gold and cat fish. Cheap.
BOX NO. 192,
Deming, New Mexico.
5 room brick, 40x90, fone-half block
from Houston square, east front $3650;
4 lots, corner, close In on W. Mis
souri St A beautiful site for anart-
! ments. Let us show you this.
S lots on Boulevard, ,near Octavia,
$1500 per lot
$60,000 to loan on El Paso real estate
5 room modern brick, 1016 Wyoming.
5 room brick, Mundy Ave., rent $30.
5 room brick, close In on Mesa Ave
We Write Fire (Insurance.
BEHR & WATTS,
114 Pioneer Plaza. City Nat Bank Bldg.
MESILLA VALLEl FARMS
We have lands at La Union, Cham
berlno, Berino and Anthony, the real
"Heart of the Mesilla Valley."
If you contemplate buying land for
farming or investment we would be
glad to have you call or write us your
LAUSON & BEECHER,
Real Estate. Anthony, A. M-
Business property, corner El Paso ' ot for rttsiAtt' nTld business our- ! a,i ; t
nnrl KrOTl U-Ii-n i7-r19n- rrnn hiiilrt- ' -. ' -" """l "
inc- Price S'OODO- nniv i-Vh ; poses, and some as valuable valiey . in East El
mg. -nce $-0,uuo, onI l-o casb. lands as are on fne market. . Ja F Kn0
A LETTER FOR YOU.
Replies sent in care of The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one week after being bulle
tined: P. B. M.
S. C M.
I ? ""B.
I B. F.
' C. 2
J. M. L.
I ONE FURNISHED ROOM, hot and cold j
water bath, no invalids or people with j
cmidren need apply. 620 E. Overland, i
FOR SALE Cash or diamonds, 5 head;
driving horses, 3 very fine pony drivers '
for children or ladies, 2 buggies, I t
pony buggy, single and double har-'
ness for each rig. Going to sell. Get
yourself a bargain. One small Shet-
land, weisrht 250 lhs. Prettiest 5 vear
old pony In the country for' children.
Erie St. Bell Phone
Some as go&dcity homes, some s
Hnitord & Collier.
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
FOR RENT for 3 months or long lease,
' my residence. 4 lots, stables, chicken
houses, servant's house. You can get
!:flne!y frnif.hed I unfilhe J
will trade for diamonds and cash. Napp,
327-329 Erie St. Bell phone 373S
FOR SALE OR TRADE for diamonds,
ursiciass luranure ana nuusemua gouus
of 2 residences. Several hundred dol-
I lars firstclass mission furniture in my
residence. Napp. 327 Erie St. Pnonc
i "WANTED Good location for small ci-
i gar stand; must be cheap rent. G. lxl,
MONTANA HOME AT BARGAIN.
Must raise money quick. Offer fine
nome close In, best diock on street; Dig
bargain to auick buyer. 17 Herald.
WANTED Working housekeeper must
be stroner. well and srood cook: S35. 3 in
familv: no washinsr: travelins: exnenses
paid. Apply J. B. Watson grocery. Wo-
men looking for 2 or 3 months rest in
a permanent housekeeper. Connell
Sanitary Poultry Farm, Tularosa, N. M.
1 1 .
4 room frame house,
j ,(i,t condition;
chicken yards, out-
i buildings, mesa water. See house and
' owner, corner San Marcial and Blsbee,
I I am makinsr many stvles of the
new amber tinted glasses. Those who
wear them think they are far more
Pleasant than the old style smoke and
Geo. D. Kendall,
t 20S lesa Ave., Makes Glasses Right,
ON EASY TERMS.
We can sell you a home on the verV
easy terms of $150 cash and the hsA-
ance at the same rate of rent. See us
Nesvinan Investinent Co.
INVESTMENT PAYING 12 PERCENT.
We have an investment paying 12
percent Paying a big dividend and
Increasing in value all the time. Ask
Newman Investinent Co.
A BARGAIN. CLOSE IN.
Close to the library. 8 rooms and
I bath. You can't afford to miss this
opportunity to make a good investment.
The price is only $6500.
Newman Investment Co.
S10 N. El Paso St., 5 rooms $25.00
411 Willow St, 5 rooms 25.00
800 Mesa Ave., 7 rooms (fur.) .... 55.00
1112 X. Oregon. 9 rooms 50.00
1119" Montana, 9 rooms 50.00
3317" Alameda St, 5 rooms 25.00
7 rooms, Montana St 35.00
Hafford & Collier.
j. 417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
i "WANTED 1 or 2 wideawake men to
solicit for good accident and health
insurance company. Call 10 to 11 a. m.
Davlsson Realty Co.
214 Texas St., Room 29.
HAVE MOVED Hoffacker bankrupt
stock to 413 E. Boulevard, consisting of
doors, window sash and glass. Will
ciose out at once. Phone 2383. Craw-
ford fc Gottwald.
WANT-ED AT ONCE Experienced tank
builder; teams and tools furnished
necessary. Silas King, Kent, Texas.
"WANTED Situation on a ranch, un
derstand all kinds of ranch machinery,
also culture of young fruit trees; not
afraid of work; satisfaction guaran
teed. Fruit Grower, care Herald.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Lobo Land and Irrigation Com
pany, at Crockett. Texas, until 5 p. m.
Wednesday, June 1st, 1910. for the
erection and completion of a two story
hotel building, to be erected at Lobo.
In El Paso county, Texas.
Plans and specifications are now on
file at the officepf Broaddus & Leavell,
at El Paso, Texas.
Usual rights reserved.
MR. H. LAWRENCE WOODS, bass
baritone, concert organist Graduate
New York Conservatory of Music. Pu
pil of Sig. Del Puente and Mme. Narau.
Will receive a limited number of pu
pils. Vocal, piano, organ, harmony.
Address for terms. 604 Texas.
THREE CONNECTING and single
rooms for light housekeeping or oth
erwise; high, cool location; 2 blocks
north of public library. 1001 N. El Paso
St Phone 1069.
CLOTHING Highest price paid for 2nd
hand clothes, shoes, hats and furniture.
Phone Bell 266.
RIO GRANDE ST.vHOMB.
This is a beautiful 6 room cottage,
south front on 2 lots, best neighbor
hood ln city, and when this street Is
paved and parked nothing In the city
will compare with it and this property
will be worth much more. Our price
on this is very low. Let us show you.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 2S Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 176S
BUY THIS, MAKE MONEY.
A 5 room red pressed brick, 2 cor
ner lots. Lee St; modern and at the
price $3750, is an excelent buy. Auto
mobile readj- to show you.
Anderson-Bennett Renlty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 1768.
GOOD BUY IN BUSINESS PROPERTY.
A corner on Myrtle Ave., 35 feet
front, good store rbuilding. If you want
something close in that is a goodlin
vesiment to hold for a few years, see
this. Terms if desired.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co..
Rooms 27 and 28. Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 1768.
I A. 316
I cnnil nnfl fnvnm hlv lnoatn1 i-nrnnr olfv I ur i vrrr
. FOUND Bicycle. Owner can have
J same by proving property and paying
for this notice. Atlas Brick Co.
NEWLY furnished rooms, ?i
TWO housekeeping rooms. Apply 1011
N. El Paso.
FOR SALE Studebaker statioi watron.
i electric lights outside, and In; livery-
man's coats, daTk green and tan, sum-(
mer and winter weights; upholstering;
of carriage light tan; harness bras3
mounted. Phone 3632 for information.
IN THE 800 BLOCK
On Rio Grande St. A modern 4 room
j cottage, south front; only 3750; good
211 St. Louis St.
4 room frame. Boulevard 310.00
5 room brick, Nevada St 25.00
4 room. Mesa Ave., close In 27.50
4 room, Mesa Ave. (fur.) 35.00
Ef Paso Rental Agency,
9 Buckler Bldg. Bell 478; Auto. 2484
WTRJ1 Prnnert-v 5n lovvAr .nsrt rr
! citv and want to trade in small house
or" some good lots in East El Paso as
part payment. See- Jay P. Knox, room
9, Buckler Bldg.
TED 5 ROOM HOUSE.
trade in some good lots
Paso as part payment. See
room 9. 'Buckler Bldg.
j : : .
A'OTICE Tract of land No. 169 taken
I off the market by owner.
FOR RENT Large well furnished room
with board, ln private family; 2 gen -
tlemen preferred. Corner Boulevard
and St. Vrain. Phone 2719.
1 WANTED Fox terrier pup; state price.
o -..-t.-N -. V.' .. ,
Address Sinclaire, 310 Mesa Ave., city.
, 211 ST. LOUIS ST.
' Real estate bargains await your
' Let us prove it to ynU.
! Ps"id & BnvIdton.
i -H st- Louis bt.
"WANTED Experienced automobile
. mechanics. Christy Automobile Co., 615
' N. Campbell.
: TT 7
a.i iqu .-iasiauim.
Apply to A. H.-Hilton -Mercan-
tile company, ban Antonio, is. M.
.. .... .
ATTENTION OF COLORED PEOPLE
Small houses for rent, close in.
at Ryan's Furniture Store.
FOR SALE A nice cow. 2 gallons
of rich milk daily. I. Ilitzky, 618 S.
El Paso St- Bell phone 1591.
HALF PRICE for nice cool 2 room
housekeeping suite N. Kansas, near
Boulevard. Phone 3361.
FIX FOUNDATION of A-our home. Don't
let it go u wreck. A little money will
fix it now. Work guaranteed; price very
reasonable. Call Young, Phone 3700.
YOUNG MAN not afraid of work de-
. sires employment of some kind; strong.
; nonest ana capaoie. Aaare,3 x. x.,
, - ." ., . , . Tt -,
DON'T FORGET WE'VE MOVED.
If you want to buy, sell or exchange
real estate wearethe;. people. Usfi
Casldy fc Davld-xon
' 2H St. Louis St.
I " ""
I DO YOU WANT A HOME?
We have two 3 room brick cottages
in Highland Park that we will sell 1
for $1250. $200 cash and the balance;
$20 per month. Can you beat it? See j
for particulars. ;
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., I
Rooms 27 and 28. BassettJ & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 176S.
WANTED A good cook.
615 N. Flor-
i o mATTTjrv. riine -nnTi pirw -1 r1
s mers "30," 1 Glide 7 passenger car,
one 2 cylinder Buick.
gin hack and auto
Call C. M. Cog-
LOOMIS BROS.' NEW LOCATION.
j Corner St Louis and Stanton Sts.
Real estate and Insurance.
FURNITURE Few pieces for sale
very cheap. Come and carry them
away. 3300 Frutas St. Phonff 2512.
FOR SALE A CORNER ON
5 south front lots. Owner must hav
some ready money. Willing to sacri
fice for a quick sale. Will consider
any reasonable offer.
Cassidy & Davidson,
211 St Louis St
4 rooms. 2211 Texas $ 15.00
4 rooms, 2918 Alamogordo 15.00
6 rooms, furnished, 1119 N. Vir
0 rooms, 1519 Montana (fur) 100.00
9 rooms, 1119 Montana 60.00
8 rooms, 901 Muidy 40.00
0 rooms, S01 Arizona 30.00
6 rooms, 1519 Wyoming 30.00
5 rooms, 1136 Arizona 30.00
6 rooms, 711 Lee, flat 25.00
4 rooms, Wyoming and Magnolia 15.00
Store room. 519 San Antonio.. .. 45.00
If you jan't find what you want in
this list call at our office and see com
plete list We have houses in all parts
of the city.
Austin & Mnrr,
Phone 352. 204 San Antonio St
LOST, SATURDAY AFTERNOON $20
chick made to Maria Reardon bv
Cananea banK. endorsed by Maria i
Reardon, L. B. Saeng and El Paso Tent !
& Awning Co., H. J. Collins. Return to
H. J. Collins. Reward.
if vmrr T.. O mnn t i I
.i j. iu ., mtii, itic luuin, sleep
ing porch and bath; are permanent.
Address M. R. S., care Herald.
FOR RENT $5 month and care, small
iiUUOt, j.uuiwvuV t,v atci, OlIcLUU I
trees, chicken house and pens.
Holland, Cebada and Findley Sts.
WANTED Would like to purchase 1 or
2 good commission accounts. Address !
G. 129, care Herald. ;
LOOMIS BROS.' NEW LOCATION.
Corner St Louis and Stanton Sts.
Real estate and insurance.
YOI7 MAKE THE TERMS.
For a 5 room modern brick with 2
lots. I have only this one left.
Wallace T. Downing,
209 Mesa Ave.
?a000 5iOO(v CASH,
Balance as you like, will buyas fine a
5 room brick as you will And. This
has 2 lots and 3Tou can obtain either
2 or 4 more, adjoining, for $200 each.
Get plenty of room.
Wallaee T. Downing,
209 Mesa Ave.
DON'T LET THIS SNAP SLIP
i THROIGK YOUR FINGERS.
It's the biggest bargain -In the city.
Think of a fi room cottage on 2 corner
lots, including all the furnishings and
piano for $4700. It's on Boulevard St.
and we would advise haste if vou want
it Price was $6500.
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
REMEMBER YOU CAN GET POSSES
SION OF A MODERN 4 ROO I
COTTAGE FOR $-"0.
i It s on an east front lot 42x122 fee;
on a corner on N. Ange. Our price is
j 52S50, and you can pay the balance at
I the rate of $40 per month.
j Lone Star Lund Co.,
I 213 Texas St.
MONEY TO LOAN
On El Paso -real estate. Bailey Land
Co., 306 Mesa (Orndorff Hotel.),
1 - 5-uuu wiAiJb uui
I A 6 room brick house with 52 feet front
on a carline. Easiest kind of terms.
"Wallace T. Dotrnlns:,
209 Mesa Ave.
FOR QUICK SALE.
170 acres of the best land on the
island. About 1-3 of it has been in
cultivation. The owner needs the money
and must sell quick.
Lee II. Orndorff, L'09 St. Louis St.
10 ACRES NEAR YSLETA $00.
This tract is north of railroad. The
best sandy loam soil in the valley.
Lee H. Orndorff, 200 St. Louis St.
54 ACRES vALLEl LAND 520,
' 54 acres on the island. A bargain at
j -" er acie- UiWa-
I Lee H- Orndorff, 200 St. Louis St.
I3IPROYED ALFALFA FAR3I,
100. acres of the best alfalfa In the
' valley. For price and terms see
Lee H. Orndorff, 209 St. Louis St.
ELEPHANT-BUTTE DAM SURE
! MONEY DEPOSITED FOR THE DAM-
I ITf K T Sl
TY,Y" shou1 haTe bought
wn? w ?' "f'
SITE; AVORK TO RESUME.
We have several farms for sale at the
Old prices, and thev are banrains.
! 1A'OTICE THp FOLLOWING:
122 acres ver- fino leirel "ix-nA 1 Tnilo.
of depot; all signed up, half cleared,
ready for cultivation. Only 550 per
160 acres same kind of land and in
good location. $50 per acre.
190 acres of fine level land, located
. .ico.1 valine, nan ciearea, reaav to piow.
1 n: ..
j -' acres in Socorro, adjoining the
V1"eyard Tract. Located on the county
i " An nice level land. SIGoO,
-L " acres located near Anthony. Im-
bookkeeper and Proved, good houses, etc.; all ln culti
Must give refer- ' va"on- 90 Per acre.
OXJ acrfs near, Anthony, good "houses,
-j. rrrfrt r - j-. .ti t" .
Av.?.- ""'r1-3' ttl1 ,Kincs OI larm ma-
j-i "' " ii in aiiaua. j. splen
did ranch. 5.1000. Only 100 per acre.
acres just below Ysleta. all im-
proved. Fine system irrigation. Lo
cated on new county road. 65 acres in
aI'h of stock and farming
i '" ce f16'7' 50d terms.
' , I3 aHes near 1La- Mesa, all level
land. 60 acres alfalfa. 40 neres fn
ns' corn- Fine bosque land. Only
mile from Anthonv.
.-iooui: xau acres improved. 40 acres old
f'raira. o0 acres new alfalfa. All fine
Und. -A bar-aIn-
...7s aura luraieu near uanutll io.
?",? V, miliIrom El Paso; all In
Wa'w"' 5T! r,TleT&rr
We have a number of other fine tracts
at very low prices.
ine Wftrer rio-hts ot-o tynnt A . t
The water rights T-e n a .
. f" :;r """? r. "J "t
ive trarrs onn mciit tt. .
I Tinrr "nt !- ln. x - . .
1 now. You don't have tn wait fn,- tVia
The title to the above lands is guar
anteed to be perfect.
We-will -gfre -you our -entire time.
MathoTTK t Dyer. Ajrents. "
117 N. Stanton St
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RAn.nn tn T--m. - ,.r
A11 trasS arr?vj'an? d"5St from
Union dpot foot of San FrancisS
street, except those of Sieri M-iiA
All arrivals and departures tlvS in
El Paso or mountain standard time.
Atchison. Tonrkn .t- dint, v-
' No. 'j, Arr. daily from north 0-40 ,
1 Vr i-' . T- "' xor nortn.
i -- -- -,, Ai iiui cm . -j :;: TITTV
I ' 11' ? & n, nortn 6:55 p.m.
t.7 o u nortn.. n;4 a.m,
t.1 Pnxo A. Sonfli-iTc-itera.
Mall and Express '
Arrives daily 4-05 n m.
Leave dally y.l'.ll cisb a."m.
f :"Jles J,aa.,,y 7:20 a.m.
i 1-c,l' oaiiy 7:oo p.m.
pmves uauy 6;0S a.m.
Leaves dally 6:40
Golden State Lfmte 't?Lu1 j
Arrives i-in Vm
Departs ...... ." ij? -m-
Arrives , .-
Through Passenger "and Mail P
Depars 10. 40 p.m.
Arrives dally ':.V.::: 7-So t
.... . Southern Paclne.
California Fast Mall
Arrives dally ,.an arT,
Leaves daily ..'" 10-5
..,-, "" "uc -.:u. west Dound
Al rives daily ...
knives uauy fr-jn . .
Leaves dally '.rill 5:2? pS
Mall and Express
Arrives dally 7.,ft
Leaves dailv i:i2 -m-'L
c u ' Klerra Madre" Pm-
South bound, leaves Juarez
onuays, Wednesdays and
Arrives from south Tues
days. Thursdaj's and Sat
"""-, z...:s s,m
,..-. , . . ,
n .. ' ' i 7 V; S" ""SWELL. N. M
Carrying the U. S. mail and pass'eni
eI h?n la"Sh?,' N- M-. and Ros-
" r ', -,l-
Leave Vaughn at S:30 a. m arrk.
I Leave Roswell at 12:30 p. m., arrive
in Vaughn at 6 p. m. el
?a,a?.e. aHowance 50 lbs. to each !
AVU3VCll ill .OV U. HI,
regular ticket Excess baggage at the i
rate of 55 per 100 lbs. ' i
Special automobiles furnished to ac-1
cuuujiuuu.li; iui.v nuniDer of passen-,
train at "Vaughn, also to connect with
.-.ci. -"CAH.W n-Niini ranroad at Tor
ranee for Santa Fe. N. M.. bv m-n
municating with manager of the Ros
well Auto. Co., o.t Roswell V M at
least 24 hours in advance.' Rate"" for
special $40 to accommodate four or
less passengers to either pn-t
J. W. STOCKARD. MnnaWer.
ARIZONA IVEW MEXICO It. t
SOUth-bCinC NorthbOUni! I
oHachita Lv. 3 08
Connects with M. S. xConnects with
S. P. oConnects with E P. & S. W.
Georce A. Wacstat?. Superintendent
Lame Shoulder is atnioSf 'nvariably
caused by rheumatism of the muscles
and yields quickly to the free applica
tion of Chamberlains Liniment. This
liniment is not only prompt and effect
ual, but in no wav disagreeable to use,
Rolrl hv nil rlenler?;
V .. .1 c.n """ t rio' '"y . aicis aim lesuei-J, nf rTlo Somo rnaA xclt. ViqRiirtorc or
c.1n J $4.00(g,i.o0; western steers, $o.757.75; . , , . ,. . . ...
.......:. in "?"- western steers. $4.25 6.25. 'here for several davs. Thev will visit
Tears, i-"n;;.I' "u a'm- Hoes ReceiDts 9000: steady- hniv Arizona and ew Mexico points while in
J STcJ- iki connectlnff with the EL Hogs Receipts 32.000; slow
i tot ., Tr." iiw and ROCK!sleaa- JL'ent. 5a.iu(ffl3..u; mixed. 9.35
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MONEY AND METALS.
New Vers CnotxrIosa.
(.By AsryciateC yrc-a.i
New York, May 23: Money " cm
Prime mercantile paper, 4?i
Cluln lno:ntfon Today.
Bar silver. 53.
Desilverized lead; $4.45'4.5'0.
Copper, standard soot, $12.50
Spelter (St. LquIs. quotation) $3.20
'.'urrcnt. inciter c.aotc'.iiiDi.
(-EI ?a?o Smelter
Bar silver . bi'A
CoDiipr wiVa":";'; 7C :;,,,
Cwitr c.LalJ?- pefKb-)-"-H?
" t!?5 a -ode ,cts- pcr lb- 122
-cu vuu.vii saies prices; .iiz, sii, uy
Lead iNew York aai.es prices; ?4.40
Erifnee? ?- teMVlat,?nf) -
engineer ns and Elaine Journal.
Bar silver . . . . ? . . .l"? . 53.94
Copper ...-. 12.C5!
NEW YGBK LISTED
By Special "Wire to The Herold from
H. H. Bru Co., Gfobe. Aris.)
j American Smelters
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Missouri, Kansas &. Texas
Rock Island fi
Southern Pacific 127
L'jiien Pacific : -5 C
United States Steel, common $4i
3QST0rT LISTED STOCKS
CBy Special Wire to Xfca Heraid ztotb
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz. J
Arizona Commercial j"
Boston Corbln 1 4
Calumet & Arizona 65
Copper Range G7
GIroux . .. 73
Greene Cananea S
Miami . 22
Nevada Consolidated .' 21
Old Dominion . 39
Shannon ...'. 12
Superior & Boston H
Superior & Pittsburg 2 2
United States Smelters, common ..43
Utah Consolidated 24
Utah Copper 474
(By Special Wire to Tne Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. GlOoe. Ariz.
I Arizona-Michigan, part paid .... 40c
' Caus 3
. calumet & Montana 114
Chino Copper Co -. 13
iCheumn ..g 9
I chief Consolidated -,5.
I T consolidated x 7
coraova, part paid 60c
i Cordova, full paM 1
Ely Central i
Gila Copper 6
Goldfield Consolidated 8 5-16
Inspiration "Copper .-."..'.."..". .7 5-16
Live Oak Development 20
Mason Valley 7
Nat. Mng. Exp .'31c
New Keystone 3
Ohio Copper 3
Pinto Copper 15c
Ray Consolidated 1914
San Antonio, part paid 7
Superior & Globe, part paid 40c
Grain and Irro-pisions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
Kansas City LSvexJorjc Clo.
Kansas City, Mo., May 23. Cattle
Receipts 6000, including 2000 southerns,
steady. Native steers. $7.00S.25;
southern sleers. $4.757.75; southern
$9.409.50; heavy, $9.45 9.55: packers
and butchers, $9.409.55; light, $9.35
9.50: pigs, $9.009.25.
Sheep Receipts 7000; steady. Mut- J
tons. $4.256.75; lambs, $7.259.00; fed
western wethers and yearlings. $5.00 '
6.50; fed western ewes, $4.256.25.
Chicno Livestock. Close.
Chicago. III.. May 23. Cattle Re-
ceipts 22.000; steady to shade lower. f
Beeves. $5.60S.60; Texas steers, $5.00 '
4D6.40; western steers, $5.257.40: '
stockers and feeders. $i.006.60: cows i
and heifers. $2.S07.15; calves. $5.50 '
9.70: pigs, 39 109.60: bulk. $9.609.70
Sheep Receipts 20.000: weak to
nn-nfr. ?J 1) K J m nnf -. t S- I
&-.. R'rtn w. - I b n n . rh . -m ' "
t tu n a. iu..Jif u.iu. iicLLi t ;iiw?s iiii.i ihii- '
-" ?-??6-20; hulls, $3.756.50; calves, v ; V " V i v, -pao ,"1 "m
.. - u IiAll.- ! Uf.vv. 0w t.j ,i'..c ii'ii.. J.ouau
native, ?o.7oS.60; western,!
Worth Tjlvetnrf?. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex., Mav 23. Cattle
Receipts 2700: hogs -2500. Steers steady,
tops $6.00: cows steady, tops $5.25;
calves h'.gher, tops $6.25.
Hogs Steady, tops $9.40.
New Orleans, La.. May 23. The open-
Ir.g here reflected the unsettled feeling
, ui any iiuu juiy ujiuuu'; anu prices
nro fftnorollr hlfhs. than t !,.-. !.,
Saturday. However, there was acklns '
a substantial sunnort -which vr.-en-j a .
r --..-... w ;
New York. N. Yv May 23. Bull-; in
the cotton trade who previously point
ed to the lack of rain as a bull fac-
If you are not satisfied after using I
according to directions two-thirds of a '
bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and j
Liver Tablets, you can have your mon
ey back. The tablets cleanse and in
vigorate the stomach. Improve the di
gestion, regulate the bowels. Give them
a trial and get well. Sold by all dealers.
! shade lower. Native. 54.006.50; west- I reu ,u r,"",!"' nei'w nescrp
ve era. $4.006.50; yearlings. $6.25 7.70: v?n of the re"t battle, Tuesday and
j tor. are now pointing to the continued
j rains for the same purpose. The mar
i ket opened here about four to six points
. higher and ruled steady during the
' early session. Small gains were made
1 after the opening and the run of favor
able weather conditions- Traders were
' less disposed to sell. Spot markets
! ruled generally steady.
I Spots Open Higher. "V
I Liverpool, Eng., May 23. The spot
division of the cotton market here to
day was quiet with prices 15 English
points higher than on fehe close Thurs
day night. Only a small volume of
business was transacted, the sales for
the day being estimated at 6000 bales.
The turnover was made on a basis of
rne turnover was made on a basis of
S"19d for American middlings, or $16.38
GalvMtoi Spot Cotton.
S Galveston, Tex.. May 23. Spot cot-
ton quIet and unchanged: middlings,
15c: today's sales, 100 bales; to arriv?
5.TnIs Wool. f'!n.
St. Louis. Mo., May 23. Wool higner.
Territory and western mediums, 18
23; fine mediums, 1720; fine, 1215.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
ft T. C. Lewis has been employed as a
(switchman on the G. H.
K. W. Shedd, traveling freight agent
of the T. & B. V., is in- El Paso.
W. D. Burch and E. C. Day. brakeman,
have left the service of the G. H.
George W. Hastings has been em
ployed as brakeman on the G. H.
S. Benedito. cashier at the Harvey
house at the union station, spent Sun
day in Las Cruces.
W. P. Stiles, commissary officer of
the Southwestern, .is In' Douglas, Ariz.,
1 on railroad business. m
W. C. McCormick, general agent of
the Southern Pacific, has returned from
Houston and Dallas.
M. A. Peterson, head of the supply de
partment of the Calumet & Arizona
mining company, fs in the city.
F. T. Bailey has been assigned as sec
ond trick operator at the union station
In place of M. Espinosa, -who is ill.
Clarence C. Withers and J.M. Gill
ham, employes of the G. H. loft Satur
day for Tucson, Ariz., -on a- vacation.
E. M. Satler, a G. H. brakeman, left
Sunday for Missouri, his native state,
to spend part of a 60-day leave of ab
sence. J. E. Monroe, city ticket agent of the
G. H. has returned from Houston, where
he went to attend a meetingpf G. K.
S. C. Gardner, assistant district su
perintendent of the Pullman company,
has returned from a trip to Chihuahua
amd Torreon. Mexico.
W. H. Coffy has been appointed clerk
in the office of the G. H. yardmaster
In place of F. W. Turner, who has been
transferred to the G. H. freight house.
Harry Turner, formerly chief train
auditor of the S. P.. with headquarters
In El Paso, has returned from a tr'p
to Los Angeles :and San Francisco.
W. C. Knowles, chief clerk of the
general freight department of th"
Southwestern, will attend a meeting of
railroad freight men at Dallas. Tued"
K. Margerum has arrived from Chi
cago to take the position of caslrier in
the baggage room at the union statior,
succeeding Charles H. Holloway, re
signed. H. C. Ferris, general manager of tb"
Mexico-North "Western railway, arrived
i in El Paso Saturday on a private car of
tne -ortn western, to meet xr. x. 0.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Tarver returned
Sunday from a vacaion trip to Alabama
where they visited relatives. Mr. Tay
lor is a clerk in the auditing department
of the Southwestern.
E. G. Mustain, traveling freight asrnt
of the South-western, Is in Arizona lin-r
ing up merchants on the new freight
rate from New York to points in Ari
zona by way of the part-water route.
Operator W. L. Broves. of Langtry,
has been in the city for several dnxs
on duty at the union depot railroaQtele-
1 eranh office He has hern asicfled q
j third trik orcrtor at Sler-p TTanc
, Mrs. Frank Zwlck, wife of a locsf
railroad man. accompanied by her
children, has gone to Watonville, Cal.
ti join her husband, who has been as-c-ed
to duty as trainmaster at that
J H. D. Haynes. traveling passenger
agent of the South-western has returned
from Tucumcari to which point he ac
companied the soldiers of Battery E. of
the First field artillery. U. S. A., who
, are en route to
' I. M. Griffin,
' of the Internati
Fort Pill. Okla.
division freight agent
of the International & Great Northern,
d C. Hanson, traveling freight agent
- v- Piatt general superintendent of
the southern district of , the Southern
Pacific, passed through El Paso Sunday
on a trip of inspection of the Southern
Pacific properties He was accompanied
to El Paso bv W. H. Whalen. superin-
IfT ."Tucson division and as-
S antT spei;ntendent,G: Hickey.
J" Parker -superintendent of the
w'e,:5tern division of the Santa Fe at La
Junta. Colo., axrompan'ed by F. L.
Myers. superintrndent of t- Rio Grande
division, were lso in El Paso, arriving
Saturday afterroon on a sDecial train
and leaving Saturday night for Colo
Nelson and Wolgast ficrht, champion
I lightweight battle in four reels 4000
anesnay nights ac tne iiappy Jttour.
j MAJESTIC TALKING PICTURES.
J Ableman's "human talking pictures"
i opet:el their tncagen.ent last nirht at
the M"uosrl and th icveiJy of this at-t-acton
drew very good attendance.
There will be a change of program
three times -weekly
See the Nelson and Weleast pictures,
Tuesday and Wednesday nights at the
n-T. r.SG LODGE NO. tCSO. a. F. . A. 2L
Tamii. ,iAUti.c. . . tw.-
.j- .. I. est-. . ... . b .!; A-fc lill. &M
a Wedr-sdavs ot each monOi.
E. W. S. Neff. Secy.
J. D. Mason. W. M.
Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor. Ma
sonic Temple. Olflce hours: 1Q a. m.
to 12 ai. Ll, E. Gillett Secy.
A. & A. S. KITE OF- PnsS 3LSONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
' of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCuHouch. Secy.
SELECT BANTING ASSE3IBLY,
FRATERNXL ttROTnERJTOOD HALL,
EVERY SATLRDAV NIGHT.