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EL VASO HERALD
LAS CRTJCES AND
Xo. C Pioneer Plaza, Opp. Sheldon.
Best chep house In city, with buffet in
asnnectton. 35c merchants lunch from
11 till 2:3.
THE EASTEILV G1ULI.
We cater to people who appreciate
Z-ood thiags to eat.
Bell Phone 4S2. 104 EI Paso St.
THE SILVER GRILL.
10G SAX ANTONIO ST.
God meals our specialty.
Aatto pboae 1S12.
SANITAK.Y RESTAURANT AXD
tT TV. STAXTOX.
We please people who like good things J
Acute phone 2395.
210 MESA AVE.
We please people who insist
Ante phone 2051.
40Z N. OREGON ST.
In connection with our confectionery
sndvcold drinks we serve tasty cold
lunches. Auto pbone1330.
Too Latefb Classify.
A LETTER FOR YOU.
Replies sent in care of The herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertlsers this morning. t
These replies should be cal led f or not
later than one week after being buue
B. H. J.
G. H. C.
I. B. W.
J. B. B.
P. L. W.
W. H. B.
HEBE IS JOE JOSt-Street
E. 23th St.. lx)s Angeles. Cal-
ti GLASSES? Ass: Segall.
,, T,.-vr Close In, very desirable
FOR RENT -cios le '- , t entrance,
housekeeping suite, private e
bath. electric iifa. o ,
Sgerator. Only $15 per month.
W. Ttnulevard. Phone 1494.
WATBU "- --"J-- OT,fl fcook-
t..- ! rfl.
... .... rrTTSl TH 1 C
keeper; can sell anything.
sitien. i'none ce -
,--r-. t rpnt for WO
not sick. Address
by lady and son. noi .
"C 901 - Florence fat.
fam SrSr ln"
$30 to $50;
trflTP.r aj.cc- j-rv .
CPKCIAL NOTICE Before
as-fua-. ., for a. eooa
town sell yonriui-" - - -
price to the ! i'as "joi
Bell 3441 ; Auto. 249L
- Z7 -r-n-r,cr troman
A BEAliTXKti renn j.b -nrrite !
TjmTit nositlon as
A- H, care Herald.
pnr GLASSES! Ask SegalL
.--.-.-rr. Tnurn 5 TOOIIl
FOR tw -""yyi-L- oH t,aw1v
ment, 2 large porches.
ArnmreA. SZb munwi-
St. Phone 31G6. .
WANTED Bv a young Jap, a situa
Son to help cook, table boy or house-
Trark. 40S S. El Paso St.
I jrrlnd to order many kinds of
.necill lenses for many different pur
polt? The bookkeeper, the stenogra
pher? the mechanic the merchant, all
want different glasses all made to fit
a different purpose. These glasses
cannot be bought all ready for use but
SSrtbe Ispund to order. Let me show
TU' Geo. D. Kendall,
283 llesa Ave.. Makes Glasses Right.
WANTED Small furnished cottage,
Tiot over 6 rooms, for 4 adults; must
be clean; best of care will be taken.
Phone 13SS not later than S:30 today
or tomorrow morning.
TEAVTNG EL PASO Piano, a few
pieces of furniture, 1 carpet, good pic
tures and dishes for less than one-
half Value. 614 N. Oregon.
EYEGLASS COMFORT; Ask- Segall.
513 Newman St., 4 rooms $15.00
513 N. Campbell. 4 rooms 16.00
584 Prospect, 3 R. brick (fur.).. 35.00
S19 N. El Paso St., 5 rooms 25.00
1411 Nevada St. 5 rooms 25.00
411 Willow St, 5 rooms 22.o0
219 Arizona, 10 rooms 62.50
613 Mesa. 7 rooms 45.00
S00 Mesa. 4 rooms 30.00
S00 Mesa, furnished, 4 rooms..-. 35.08
2S7 Boulevard, 4 room flat 25.0ft
Hafford &. Collier.
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
1S5 ACRES NEAR CHAMBERINO.
75 acres In cultivation, family orch
ard. 50 acres in alfalfa, full water
rights at $55 per acre; good terms;" can
take In some El Paso property.
R. C Bailey Land Co 300 Mesa.
BY CALLING AT THE HERALD office
Classified Ad. department Mrs. Wil
liam Graves, of S01 N. Florence, can re
ceive a ticket good for two reserved
seats at the Happy Hour theater.
Bring this ad.
ONE LONE REAL BARGAIN LEFT
ON N. CA3IPBELL ST., 47
Feet frontage by 122 feet deep, for
$1490, and you better get busy if you
Lone Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St
3J LOTS ON ARIZONA ST. FOR
Is the best bargain west of TJotton
Ave., location considered. Will make
2 building sites and our terms are
Lom Star Land Co.,
213 Texas St.
K BEAETIFrL HOME ON N. SfclMP
BELL FOR 50S50. N
Ts new and" modern, has S large
rooms, double back porch screened,
cement porch. We "will be pleased to
Loae Stsrr Land Co.,
213 Texas St
WANTED From 10 to 15 rooms, fur
nlbd. Care Herald, B. F. R. Rent
must be reasonable.
L1RCE SODA FOUNTAIN for sale
cheap. 219 S. Stanton St
I486 block. Nevada "St, 5 rooms, re
ception hall, bath, front and ' back
porefc. modern. $25. x
EI Paso Rental Aprency,
Room 9 Buckler Block.
1S8 block. Nevada St. 4 room red
pressed brick. lot and half, south
frajit S2R5. $306 cash, balance $25
per month. See
Welvennev Realty Co..
Room 9 Buckler Block.
51500 51CO c.sn
Balance JIk rent 4 room house,
facing" BftHJyard. 5ee It
2rcTvennr-- Realty Co..
Boom 9 Buckler Block.
A WANT AD IN THE HERALD TODAY
will "turn into money" something that is
worth money, even if "second hand."
Too Late To Classify.
FOR SALE. 3IUST SELL.
Look here. One of the best built
houses in city. 10 rooms, red brick,
modern, corner Mesa and Montana. 39
foot front. Some one will buy this
j by July 1st. Now don't overlook a
cinch. Prices and terms right. Year's
lease good tenant, $70, if desired; no
Davlsson. Realty Co.,
214 Texas St. Room 29.
DO YOU WANT IT?
Five room modern brick and 2 room
frame 3 lots nn fn-nwn st ninso tn
Southwestern shops. Price only $2l00,
$500 cash, balance $25 monthly.
D. G. Heineman, 207 St. Louis St.
Modern 5 room brick, south front,
D. G. HelHCniaa, 207 St. Louis St.
WILL TRADE FOR VALLEY LAND
6 room brick on N. Florence, close to
Montana. Will trade for valley land;
big bargain if taken quick. HAW
$500 DOWN WILL BUY a 5 room brick
in 500 block on Montana St. $4500..
WILL PAY CASH for a nice home
north of tracks. Must be a bargain.
Give full particulars at once. B. H. J.,
STtflCTLY MODERN NEW HOME.
Just completing one of the most up
todata and convenient 6 room cottages
in the city and within walking dis
tance. Large front and back porches,
large living and dining rooms, beamed
ceilings and paneled walls, kitchen
cabinet and buffet. More closets than
any house of Its size in the city. One
of the prettiest views in El Paso. If
you are a lover of a complete home
this will please you. Will sell on easy
terms or will take good building site
as part payment.
Anderson-Beanert Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 176S.
DAM SURE THING.
BUY NOW. 3L4KE MONEY.
30 acres 25 miles north of El Paso on
main ditch, main road; fine land, good
location.; all ln firstclass stand of al
falfa. $90 per acre.
R. C. Bailey Land Co., 300 Mesa.
HERE'S AN EXCEPTIONAL GOOD
OFFER IN A FINE 5 ROOM
COTTAGE FOR ONLY" $4000.
You can't beat this for a modern
home, located on the north side In
paved district- The surroundings are
splendid, built up with splendid homes
and this is the gem of them all. Five
i beautiful rooms, large veranda, great
1 big living room, dining room and
i kitchen are models. There are 2 brisrht
cheerful bed chambers, bath, screen
,.,, 1 -.,,. -nlOA '. . 4.
i'Wt 11, iLl&c; JUL. UVAXU, DUULU A.LU11L.
Just such a place as is usually offered
at J5500. You make the terms.
Cassldy & Davidson.
211 St Louis St. Both Phones.
AT A SACRDT-ICE.
In order to raise some cash we are
authorized to quote that 9 room red
pressed brick home, in excellent loca
tion, for the ridiculously low price of
W. F. Payne. Phone 1250.
SIX ROOM BUNGALOW.
East front 40 foot lot This place
is finished In the most modern and
artistic manner. Large rooms, hand
some mantel, polished floors, paneled
wainscoting, beamed ceilings, base
ment In fact it's the real thing and
there's not another house in town like
It Do you want to see it Price only
W. F. Payne. Phone 1250.
FOR SALE 5840 acres of land 18
miles northwest of Toyah, Texas. 700
acres patented, the balance school,
lived out. good abstract title, plenty
of water; lies in about 6 miles of the
Toyah oil well, rigs now at work, and
about the same distance from the oil
well that Is capped. Every section
of land around this land has been
bought by the oil people of Texas.
Price to the state is $1.20 and I will
sell for $5 per bonus, half cash
and the balance to suit Address all
communications to J. E. Henson, box
215, Stanton, Texas.
EYE TROUBLE ? Ask Segan.
BIGGEST BARGAIN IN THE CITY.
DO Y'OU WANT IT?
We have just completed a new 6
room pressed brick bungalow at 703
Lee St, and are going to make a very
low price on it for a short time. Let
us show it to you before it is too late.
It consists of 6 large rooms, and base
ment The rooms are exceptionally
well arranged and all have large clos
ets. The living room has a cozy brick
fireplace, beautiful columned arch,
beamed ceilings, special design mis
sion doors, and polished floors. If you
are contemplating buying a home, do
not fail to see this place. We can
make good terms and will take part
Mayfleld Realty Co.,
32 Buckler Bldg. Phone 684.
?550 WILL BUY THE FURNPTURE
For a 9 room house. Thi3 price in
cludes a fine Schubert piano. The rent
of the house Is $55 per month. The lo
cation is as fine as possible. The own
er 13 about to leave the city.
Ask Hodge Realty Co.,
303 Texas St Both Phones.
EL PASO LODGE. NO. 130, A.F. &A. M.
.Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
"Wednesdays of each month.
E. W. S. Neff, Secy.
J. D. MasSn. W. M.
Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor, Ma
sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 a m.
to 12 m. L. E. GIlltt. Secv.
Called meeting tonight 8 p. m. In
stallation of officers. Refreshments.
A. & A. S. KITE OV BmsE 3IASONRY.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month In Masonic Temple.
W. H. McCuIIousrh. Secy.
SELECT DANCING ASSE3IBLY,
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL.
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
You 11 be surprised at
the results you yill get
from a small wnt, rent
or for sale ad in The
Herald. Will not cost
more than '25c to 50c.
phone Irell 115, Auto'
1115 land tell the rirl.
MONEY A3H METALS.
New York Quotations.
(By Associated Press. i
New York, June
' 23 nercent.
24. Money on call
I Prime mercantile paper, 4?15 per
Closing Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 53.
Desilverized cad, $4.404.50.
Copper, standard spot, $12.00 (
July, $12.00 g 12.25. -
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $4.95
Mexican dollars. 44c.
Current Snielter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.)
Bar silver 53
Coppor (wire bars? 12 5-16
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.)... 12 3-16
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl5, dO
Lead (New York sates prices) $4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver a... 53.62
NEW YOEE LISTED
(By Special Wire ro The Herald froa
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.)
Amalgamated . - 64
Amer. Smelters 74
Anaconda . . 39
Colo. Fuel & Iron ......! 354
Erie Rv oga
- & t :::::::::::::: ss
Mo. Pac 67
Reading '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. !l55
Rock Island 40
Southern Pac ." 1.122
Union Pac 171
U. S. Steel, com . 77
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Calumet & Ariz
Greene Cananea '"
Nevada Con .. " 9 14
North Butte -f " 26i
Old Dominion " 35
-Sun. " Boston 01
lr?ni Plttsbur- : - - 10
TJ. S. Smelters, com 39
Utah Con m 21
Utah Copper !!!!! 43
New York Curb Copper. Close.
(Special by Irving K. Carrington &
Co., New York.)
Chino n &
Consolidated, Arizona 1 15-1 6
. .1 3-16
. . . 50c
Pacific Smel ters
Rav Central os
Ras' Consolidated !!!!! 17 '
Tularosa ',', 114
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.) ,
Ariz.-Mich., pt pd 30c
Cal. & Montana 1'
Chlno Cop. Co n
Chief Con i
Ely Cent ,
Goldfield Con ...'.
Live Oak Dev
Mason Valley -
Nat Mng. Exp
Pinto Copper S. 15c
Ray Central , 2 9-16
Ray Consolidated 17
San Antonio. Dt nd 7
Shattuck ? 26 '
Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c
G-rain and Provisions.
V Chicaco Grain. Close.
July ."-. 39 40
Chicago ProvIlons. Clone.
. July and Sept $12.40
July , $12.87
New York, N. Y., June 24. Cotton
on this side is quiet, although at
times some nervousness is shownt and
the market moved over a considerable
range. The weather map indiicates
showers' in portions of Texas, although
the temperatures are somewhat lower.
Reports from central Louisiana say
boll weevils arp appearing in numbers
and damage looks to be greater than
a year ago. Crop reports from south
western Alabama and Georgia says
where crops that are worked out are
looking well, although late, and that
many fields are foul and the plant is
sappy. Talent in New York is very
much confused owing to the uncer
tainty over developments in near posi
tions and mixed crop reports.
Liverpool, Eng., June 24. Spot cot
ton is inactive today and "a small
nore? of Pctual cotton records, onlv
3000 bales. rNTnti1Jn . .- '. :
decline o one English point is shown
In the middlings, selling for S.05d for
-viuci ican miauling, or 16.10c in Amer-
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT
TON. ican values. Futures opened steady
and ruled steady. The opening was
two to three and onelialf English
points higher and a small volume of
business was transacted.
New Orleans, La., Jurie 24. Cotton
opened steady, but ruled generally
lower, although the changes wefe con
fined to narrow limits. The spot situ
ation remains unchanged.
Galveston Spot Cotton.
Galveston, Tex., June 24. Spots are
quiet; middlings, 14 11-16; today's
sales 360 bales.
Kansas City LivtaropJc. Close.
Kansas City, Mo., June 24. Cattle
Receipts 1000, including 700 southerns;
steady. Native steers, ?5.258.25;
southern steers, $3.50 g 6.75; southern
nflti': $9 7n ffiiri ftft- natnp frvr-: nnH
heifers, $2.75 7.25; stockers and feed -
ers, $3.50e6.00; bulls, $3.75 5. 80;
calves, $4.008.00; western steers, $5.00
8.00; western cowsv $3.25 6.00.
Hogs Receipts 4000; strong; bulk,
$9.209.30; heavy, $9.109.20; packers
and butcthers, $9.159.30; light, $9.20
9.35; pigs, $8.759.00.
Sheep Receipts 1000; steads. Mut
tons, $4.005.00-iambs, $6.007.50; fed
wethers and yearlings, $4.25 6.00; fed
western ewes, $4.004.75.
Chlcaprn Livestock. Close.
Chicago, 111., June 24. Cattle Re
ceipts -2000; steady. Beeves, $5.40
S.55; Texas steers, $5.40 7.15; western
steers, $5.307.50; stockers and feed
ers, $3.755.65; cows and heifers,
$2.70(5)6.75: calves. S6.00(5;S.60.
Hogs Receipts 14,000; steady to 10c
9.55; heavy, $S.909.40; rough, $S.90
9.05; good to choice heavy, $9.05 9.45;
pigs. $9.109.40; bulk, $9.259.50.
Sheep Receipts 5000; weak. Native,
$3.005.10: western, $3.255.15; year
lings, $5.306.50; lambs, native, $4.75 UD
7.30; western, $5.007.30.
Fort Worth Livestock. Clone.
Fort Worth, Tex., June 24,. Cattle
Receipts 3200; hogs $7.50; steers loirer,
tops $5.25; cows lower, tops $3.90;
calves lower, tops $6.50.
Hogs Strong, tops $9.30.
St. Louir Wool. Close.
St Louis, "Mor June 24. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 17
22; fine mediums, 16jg)17; fine. 12g14.
I BOYS BOUND 0 YEE
ON 'MISCHIEF CHARGE
Accused of Stripping Houses
of Brass, Lead and
As a result of numerous house-breakings
reported within the past week,
George Darling and Alphonse Munoz,
aged about 14 and 15 respectively, were
arrested by officer Remspear Thursday,
charged with burglary and held to an-
; swer to the grand jury by Justice Mc
Clintock Friday morning, being re
manded to jail in default of $300 bail
Officer Remspear caught Darling
prowling about vacant houses at 1409
and 1411 Myrtle avenue. Investigation
of the houses showed that they had
been practically stripped of all manner
of gas pipe, thumbscrews and electric
wire. Darling admitted having bten
found in the house and implicated
Munoz, who denies all know'edge of
the thefts. The officers say they found
In the boys' possession several lengths
of tubing, pieces of brass, thumb screv.-s
and a monkey-wrench.
"It will cost us over $400 to repair
the damages wrought by the-?i young
sters within the past few days' said
Frank Coles, who hfo the rcnrlng of
the two houses and who t.'"vtifie.i
against the boys, "it is going on not
only in this one localit.', but all 'over
S. Fuentas, Lorrnte Munoz and Ben
Garcia, ranging in ages from about 12
to 15, were also before justice McClin
tock on the same charge and were also
bound over to the grand jury. The spe
cific offense with which they are
charged is taking piping and fixtures
from a vacant house at 704 Arizona
street Similar fixtures the police say,
were found upon them by officers and,
upon being taken to the residence, fitted
exactly in the places from which fix
tures were missing. l
' Forecast. y
For El Paso and vicinity: Fair to
night and Saturday.
For New Mexico: Generally fair to
night and Saturday.
For west? Texas: Tonight and Satur
day partly cloudy weather.
The River. x
River at El Paso: Height of surface
this morning above fixed zero mark,
9.9 feet; this date last year, 13.2 feet.
Leasburg dam: No water going
over dam: 130 second feet going
Highest temperature at El Paso last
24 hours, 92 degrees; lowest last 12
hours, 67 degrees. (Temperature taken
6 a. m. Friday.)
WOMAN ON BOND.
Ethel Jackson, the white woman who
was arrested by the cutsoms officers
I on the charge of having opium in h
possession, has given the bond of P00
required by the commissioner and .as
been released from jail. Tii3 hearing of
the case has been set fo Monday Juno
C. A. Walker, well known in western
theatrical circles as an advance man
and business representative of various
traveling companies, has been taken to
tne bisters nospital to undergo an
UjJCl U L1U1I
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Meyer, of
Houston, Tex., are at the St. Regis', en
route to San Francisco, Calif., on their
H. B. Griffin, United States commis
sioner at Marfa, Tex., is in the city."
Large Number Attend Blind
Concert and Hear the
Las Cruces, N. M., juue 24. Thursday
night. June 23, will ever be remembered
as one of the history making events in
Las Cruces statehood jollification be
ing well attended. The people came in
from the ranches and by 7:30 p. in.,
Main street was throgned with hun
dreds of people, wagons, buggies and
The baud stand in the plaza had been
decorated during the afternoon with
bunting and flags and presented a gala
appearance, a large flag was suspend
ed across the street, having previously
had the necessary two stars added to
bring the field of constellations up to
the required number of 48.
The band opened the program by
playing the Battle Hymn of "the Re
public, and the speakers, having gath
ered around the entrance to the band
stand stood -with Dared heads.
Chairman Martin Lohiuau then ad
dressed the people and after stating the
object of the gathering announced that
one thing he had -wanted to see for 5)
years was statehood, and then shouted,-
J "Hurrah for the state of New Mexico,
Judge "Frank W. Parker, who was
then introduced, congratulated Las Cru
ces npon getting statehood, and also os
account of the fact that the Elephant
Butte dam is about to become a reality.
judge Parker also took up the ob
jections that have been raised to the
terms of the act of congress but says he
believes that there Is nothing to merit
so much attention, saying that the peo
ple of New Mexico have it in their
power to show congress that it -was not
necessary to place the restrictions but
that the regulations would do no harm.
Mayor R. L. Young in his address laid
much stress on the personnel of the
coming constitutional convention.
Following Mr. Young was Ralph C.
Ely, of Deniing, who was well received.
He was followed by Isidoro Armijo.
Mark B. Thompson, Gen. B. J. Viljcen,
R. E. McBrlde. Albert J. Fountain, M.
O Llewellyn and H. BrHolt.
Las Cruces Fanner Plans to
Set Out 35.000 Trees
Las Cruces. N. M June 24. Dr. W. C.
Field, one of the strongest boosters for
the Mesilla valley and one of the larg
est land holders In the valley and an
eel of his fine .alfalfa farm west of tSwn
agriculturist, has set aside a large par
and in the fall will sec out about 35.000
fruit trees, more than three
fourths of which will be pears. Dr. Field
expects to net from $500 to $1000 per
acre from his land when the annual in
stallments are called for bv the gov
ernment rather than the $30 to $50
from crops as are now grown.
ANTHONY LUMBER YARD
HOUSES NEAR FINISH
Have Concrete Base and Galvanized
Iron Rooft Kins AVill Build Resi
dence; Personal News
Anthony, N. M., June 24. The Valley
Mercantlle and Lumber Co., has nearly
completed its new lumber shed. It Is
100 by 24 feet with a concrete base and
galvanized iron roof. Three carloads
of lumber have been received and an
other shipment is expected daily.
Doctor A. E. Lauson, wife and daugh
ter? have gone to Cloudcroft where Mrs.
Lauson and daughter will spend the bal
ance of the season. They have rented
a cottage for this summer but will buy
land and build a cottage for next year.
Florence King has purchased three
lots ln the Miller addition to Anthony i
and expects to soon put up a residence.
Mrs. J. H. Morgan, who has been
visiting Mrs. C. E. Miller, has returned
to her home in El Paso.
COLORADO SNOW ALL IIEI.TRD-
VALLEY FARMERS WARNED I
xa.2, ui utes, .n. u., june zi. Aavices j
received from government engineers '.
working in Colorado to the effect that !
the snow in the mountains tributary to
the Rio Grande has melted and that
water from that source is prhctically
exhausted, should cause the farmers
to make the very best use of the wa
ter and use It as economically as pos
sible the river will In all probability
be low until the summer rains
SILVER CITY SPEAKER TO
APPEAR AT LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M., June 24. The local
society of the W. C. T. U. lias arranged
to have W. L. Williamson, of Silver ity.
address the people of Las Cruces on
Tuesday evening of next week. The Civ
ic league has been asked to cooperate
with the women and to meet with them
at the Methodist church.
EL (fPASO WOMAN VISITS SICK
SISTER IN LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M., June 24. Miss
Mattie Houston, of El Paso, is visiting
at the home of ner sister, Mrs. Cris
Wolf, who has been quite sick for sev-
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eral weeks, but who is slowly improv
ing. LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Crut.es, .. al, June 24. Tne fol
losing ueeaij and otner papers of rec
oor nave oeen tiled witn tne recorder
of Dona Ana countyt .
James T. arnica io isidoro Armijo,
waranty deeu to lots 33 to 47 iuclu- J
she, block 32 of &unuy Slope addition; 1
consideration $1 ana other valuables; !
oatea June 23, 1910. I
Unna Ana kend I'nlnnr tn "CTlTo i
F. Buvens, confirmation dTeu to a trace'
of land, situated on the ,et side of
ti, rihr of ,,. nt u a p. cs t.-
- wm-...- miu-i.. ww .i-uiu
the right of way of the A. T. & S. F.
hnrA l)rm.i Ana- rlohoj "Vlei-..V. J lOtft
. , 0 . zt , - .
flUU1,:" "li tu -"me r. Aionis,
worrflntv riirH tr roAf n-P 1n.. !.. i
.. j .v. t uu vi laiiu, an-
uated in section 8, township 29. south
range 4 east, containing 40 acres: con-
sideration 1 and other valuables; dated
June 22, 1910.
J. T. Miller to J. E. Ferguson, war-
FS 2,eoA 5-i5 45' 46 " I7 ia
block 31 of Miller's Esparanza addition:
consideration $1 and other valuables;
dated September 29, 1909.
James F. Sattley ez ux. to -the Bow
man's Bank and 'Trust company war
ranty deed to lots 1 to 27, both inclu
sive, in block 1, iocs 1 to 12, both in
clusive, in blockx27, and lots 7 to 15,
in block 26 of the Las Cruces Realty
company's resubdivlsion of blocks 1,
5. 26 and 29 of the New Mexico Town
company's addition; consideration $1
and other valuables; dated June 14,
Severo Barela et ux. to George Hen
ry Merten, warranty deed to a tract
of land, situated in the southeast cor
ner of the west halt of the southeast
quarter of section 27, township 19, south
range 2 west, containing 561.25 acres;
consideration $518.10; dated June 13,
1910. - v
L. H. Vanderwerf to William Cofe?.
warranty deed to lots 12, 13, 14 and 15,
in block 73 of Miller's Washington park
addition; consideration $1 and other
valuables: dated February 24, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. W. Gaskin,
warranty deed to lots 13 and 14, in
J i,inPv si nf Armor-. TVViir.tr.n r.nrir
'addition; consideration $1 and other
valuables; dated June 22, 1910.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces. N. M.. June 24. The fol
lowing guests are registered at hotels
Don Barnardo: G. M. Latum. New York;
.aiary L. toe, Anthony; L. H. Darby, i
Denver: E. MacMillen. VA Pnsn- a t. I
Lawshe, Dripping Springs; R. B. Pe-
gram, Kansas Citj" Ralph C. Ely, Dem
Park hotel: A. Story, El Paso; J. P.
Morris, El Paso: Tim Parker, Idaho;
Frank A. Hawley. El Paso Herald.
iVimTifTnTr rixna o In --- A .:. ,
T.rrT -n Vr ,,c.uciA,au OI mort7onit (forphvry) coup
5e-SM:frCo-)- Xey? Mexico, 12 miles from Tularosa statW P
uiecme- rne Tirsr unit, n? itc
bv Julv 1st nVrt -"uaim- mm, wmen tiviu be m operation
P Pera tlMSinS00 ControlUnjr interest-held W
n ffrn president Southern Tron & Equipment Company Atlanta Oa
TrSstUB.EEf Kso VinC6nt e. T8ffoce &SS&
thiskpperted U XCW Yrk Curb- For potations see Financial Column
merit'6 recommend the above enterprise as an investment of unquestioned
0?r 1G pa?e book- entitled "THE COPPER
fR.AP,?00K'" on reqaest. Also Weekly
Mining Market Litters.
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