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Tuesday, September 13, 1910
MINING AND OIL NEWS.
Id H bUUu iiLLIi
Northwestern Eailroad "Will
Open Up Some Hieli Min
Dr. Wm. B. Phillips, a mining engi
neer of Austin, Texas, who recently
returned from a visit to the Guaynopa
district In northern Chihuahua, makes
the following report on that district:
Tne Guaynopa district, northwest of
tthe city of Chihuahua, is likely to come
dnto prominence for copper, silver
tearing galena and gold, upon the com
pletion of the Mexico North Western
railroad from Casas Grandes to Ma-
ThP nrf-s of tne district are high-
grade copper ore, carrying some gold,
free milling quartz ores and silver
bearing galena held In porphyry and
granite, closely associated with what
is probably a subcarbonlferous lime
stone extensively developed.
Free 31 Wins Quarts--
The free milling quartz veins, carry
ing values up to eight ounces in gold,
are pockety and are likely to run into
sulphide ores at depth, so that they
would not be adapted to amalgamation.
The district lacks development. With
the exception of the work done on the
Tres Amigos, te Cinco de Mayo and
the Carolina properties, very little has
been done, and yet what has been done
shows that the district is well worth
attention. There are high grade copper
ores carrying enough gold and silver
to warrant the erection of a reduction
plant as soon as" transportation facilities
can be secured. Until the railroad
comes within reach and a good wagon
road is built frdm Chuichupa, the only
thing that can be done is systematic
Can Build Poner Plants.
Tne Aros river is a never failing
tream of excellent water, and its vol
ume and fall make the establishment
of a power plant attractive a'nd feasible.
To a less degree the same is true ot
Hassendita creek. While the volume of
water is considerably less than that of
Atos river, yet the fall is about 300
feet to the mile, and the amount of
water s sufficient for a Pelton wheel.
Soft Pine Timber.
tt, i,a immediate vicinity of the
Guaynopa district, and partly within j
the district itself are aounaam jupi
of pine timber of the usual type found
in Chihuahua at an elevation of from
6000 to S000 feet. While this timber
-is soft and pliable as compared wit-i
Georgia and Oregon pine,, yet it is
strong enough for all ordinary pur
poses, and can be used for mine timber,
for building, etc Along the ridges
this timber attains considerable size
i o0 in tic comnaratively free
from knots and other imperfections.- j
It is the same pine that is useu ii. c
mills of the Madera Pine company at
Madera, and by the railroad company
in its treating plant at La Juanita, near
Looking at this district as a whole I
would suggest to the various interests
concerned that active development
work be carried on now, -so that when
better transportation facilities are pro
vided to a point opposite Chuichupa,
thev would be in a position to avail
themselves of improved conditions. Mine
supplies and such light or sectionalized
machinery as could be devised can be
packed in from Chuichupa, being
brought by wagon to this place from
Nuevas Casas Grandes.
DLstance From. El Paso.
The present distances into the dis
trict are about as follows: El Paso
to Xueva Casas Grandes, by rail, 1-U
miles: Xueva Casas Grandes to Colonia
Juarez, by wagon. 15 miles; Colonia
Juarez to Colonia Garcia, by wa gon 40
miles; Colonia Garcia to Colonia Chui
chupa, by wagon. 40 oniles; CWonia
Chuichupa to Utah camp on the Hassen
dita creek trail, 26 miles, a total of
-76 miles. From the end of the Tail
road at Xueva Casas Grandes to the
lowre Hassendlta creek by wagon road
95 miles, and then by trail 25 miles.
It 4s entirely feasible to go with a
wagon for five miles beyond Chuichupa,
so that the actual packing would be
20 miles Instead of 25.
MINE WILL BRIXG A
FORTUNE TO ITS OWNERS.
Big Strike Is Reported In EI Buen
Pastor Mine In the State
Chihuahua. Mex., Sept 13. Consid
erable excitement in mining 'circles
has been caused by the reported strike
of $500 silver ore in the El Buen Pas
tor mine of Juan Faudoa and Alberto
Terrazas in the Cusihuiriachic district,
Mr Faudoa held the mine forabout
seven years, expending all the money-
he could raise in an attempt to find
the pay streak. Finally in September,
1909, as a last resort, he prevailed upon
Alberto Terrazas to furnish a certain
amount of money to develop the mine
for an interest therein, and it is now
ML-o-na Stomach Tablets
Drive Away Stomach Dis
tress in Five Minutes.
Belching of gas; heaviness sour taste
In mouth, dizziness, biliousness and
nausea occurs simply because the stom
ach is not properly digesting the food.
MI-O-NA stomacn, tablets give instant
relief to upset stomachs, but they do
more; they put strength into the stom
ach and build it up so 'that it can easily
digest a hearts' meal.
Sick headache, nervousness, sleep
lessness and bad dreams are all caused
by ferrrientation of food.
Stop the fermentation: renovate the
stomach and make it clean and sweet
and half the ills of the human family
would promptly disappear.
If you have stomach trouble of any
kind don't overlook the fact that MI-O-NA
is a doctor's prescription, and tnat
It's as good a prescription as any doc
tor "will vrlte "for years to come.
Kelly & DPollard sell MT-O-NA stom
ach tablets and so do leading druggists
everywhere. They are rigidly guaran
teed to cure any case of stomach dis
ease, or money back.
A large box of MI-O-NA stomach tab
lets costs but 50 cents. They act so
quickly that after dinner distress, heavi- f
ness, ana oeicning disappear in nve
minutes. Give MI-O-NA a trial on
money back plan. Free trial treat
ment of MI-O-NA will be sent to any
reader of tbe El Paso Daily Herald on
reauest. Address Booth's Mi-o-na, Buf
falo, N. 3
I estimated that 35,000 tons of ore, wlhch
will net $3,600,000, are now in sight.
MUCH 3IISIXG ACTIVITY,
IA XOGAL.ES' DISTRICT.
San Joaquin Group Iv Sold to Eastern
Capitalists Dnrnzno Properties to
Have Nevt Plant Erected.
Nogales. Ariz., Sept. 13. Much activ
ity has begun in mining in the imme
diate vicinity of Nogales.
C. F. Holler & Co. have sold their
group of eight claims known as thd
San Joaquiu group, to eastern capital
ists, who will inaugurate extensive
operations thereon shortly.
This is a gold property, situated some
eight miles from Xogales.
The Durasno claims, also near Xo
gales, will nave a 50 ton plant erected
and mch work is to begin soon on
PROSPEROUS CHIHUAHUA MIXE
MAKES VALUABLE SHIPMENT.
Chihua.iua, Me-.., Sept. 13. The
Banco Minero has received from the
Tres Hermanos mine, Cia. Minera de
Oro, through lgnacio Ramirez, a gold
bar valued at 33.500. This bar is the
product of a single mill run of 40 days,
and several more shipments of the
same character are expected.
Good reports are heard of the Tres
Hermanos and lots of ore in sight. The
company intends to increase the ca
pacity of the plant up to 100 tons
AT THE MAJESTIC.
'"All a Mistake," i& the title of the
now bill at die Majestic by the Frank
Rich company, and it gives an hour and
-a- quarters real entertainment and" en
joyment. The offeriii"- is male up prin
cipalis' to give the member, of tho com
pany a chance to introduce ome new
specialties and. clever numbers, and they
take good advantage of the opportunity.
A very pretty effect is the special net
ting for Jim Peck s "Cr -baby in the
Moon." With tinsel and electric lights,
the effect of rain falling on the chorus is
produced. This effect is also ued for
the finale. The songs include "The
Ohanticler Craze' by the chorus; 'You'll
Come Back.'" by Miss Fannie Adler the
feature song hP Peck and chorus: "When
I Feel Like Lming." bv Miss Shattuek:
''When You Marry. a Girl for Looks." by
Charlie LeRov; 'Look-nit. I'm Going to
Steal You." by Miss Adler and Mr. Peck
and t'horus, and. the finale by the entire
company. The audiences appeared high
ly pleased last night and applauded the
CORT GETS DENVER THEATERS.
Frank Rich brings back the new-, from
Denver that John Cort has signed con
tracts where&v he obtains control of the
Broadway theater and the Tabor l-rand
Opera house, in Denver, for a periol f
10 seaas. from Peter MeCourt, iho has
for main' years been in possesion of
thest? riieatens. The arrangement also
gives Mr. Cort control of the bookings
of the theaters which go to form tho
Silver circuit, including the Grand Opera
house. Pueblo- the Oera House. Colo
rado Springs; the Victor theater, Victor:
the Elk theater. Leadville- -the Park
Opera houe. Grand Junction: the Curran
Opera house. Boulder, and about 10
other theaters in Colorado, besides the
Capital theater. Cheyenm.. Wyo.; he
Opera, nouse. Laramie, Wyo.; the Union
Opera house. Rock Springs, Wyo.; the
Rawlins Opera hou-e. Rawlins", Wyo.
These theaters will be added to those
comprising the circuit known as the
Xorthwe-stcrn Theatrical association, of
which Mr. Cort is general manager,
bringing the total number of houses un
der lus control to approximately 250. all
of which will be conducted according to
the rules of the Xitional Theater Own
ers' association, of which Mr. Cort is
president as "open houses."
With the exception of the Mason
Opera House. Los Angeles. Calif., the
Salt Lake theater. Salt Lake City. Utah,
and the Columbia theater in San Fran
cisco, Cort now controls all theaters
-playing traveling companies in North
Dakota, Montana, Washington, British
Columbia. Oregon, California, New Mex
ico. Nevada, Idaho. Utah. Wyoming, and
Colorado and in conjunction'with Frank
Rich, he controls Arizona and EI Paso for
the "open house" and against '"the
Fourth Cutting of Alfalfa Brings Good
Price FraitK Are Selling AVell
3Inny JBuililinp: Improvement.
Artesia, N. M., Sept. 13. The "West
ern college has opened with about 100
pupils, which Is a good showing, con
sidering that the institution has been
in operation less than one year. The
pupils hail from various sections of
New Mexico and eastern Texas. The
faculty has been strengthened by the
addition of Prof. "Webster of Balti
more, Md., who has charge of the mu-
i sical department. He is organizing a
I X1 Iin T-k 1S0 5 TlT -rrrtl 1 rrtrn
concert in the near future.
The Cemetery association is out of
debt, having realized over $75 from
j the chicken dinner and Mexican sup
The Law and Order league completed
its organization by the adoption of a
constitution and bylaws.
" Flov, the 12yearold daughter of H".
Ii. Muncy, broke her arm falling from
a swing at the Muncy residence.
Rev. Kyle Brooks, pastor of the
Christian church, departed with his
familv to take charge of the Christian
church at Lockhart, Texas.
The Baptists are occupying their
new $25,000 brick church, though It
will be some time before it Is fin
ished. .T. H". Beckham, jr., has returned to
Artesia for a visit. He is located at
Brads'. Texas, and is starting a town
a short distance north of that place.
The Pecos Vallev Holiness associa
tion will hold a 10 day revival in a
tent commmencing September 15. Rev.
E. F. "Walker of Los Angeles i; the
evangelist, and Rev. A. H. Johnson will
have charge of the music.
E. F. Hardwick has decided to build
his new opera house next to the Pecos
Valley drug store, instead of on East
Dr. and Mrs. J. Dale Graham have
returned from an extended trip to
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sloan departed
to take up their residence at San Diego,
Albert Blake left for San -Bonita.
Texas, to visit -T. P. Dyer, formerly
of this rlace.
John Hook has gone to attend the
Hook remuon at Beadle, S. D.
A. L. Schneider has returned from a
trio to California.
Dr. Lumpkin gave three lecture's on
foreign lnds at the rooms of the Com
mercial cluh for the benefit of the Li
The farmers are finishinc: their
firth ruttinc of alfalfa ard expect a
fifth full crop. Alfalfa brings $12 a
Miss Viola McMahon has returned
from Kansas City and taken charge of
the millinery department at the Ar
tesia Mercantile company.
Hope peaches bring from 4 to 5 cents
PROBABLY GUILTY, VERDICT
IN A GAMBLING RAID
Wakefield, R. I., Sept. 13. 'Probably
guilty." of maintaining "a gamblin- nui
sance." and "a gambling place," were the
findimrs of the district court in the cse
of Wm. II. Arnold, pronrietor of the
fashionable Narraganett club, which i
wa-, raided on Aug. G. when several
prominent New lork and Pniiadelpm.i
society people were present. Bonds were
furnished and Arnold was released.
Prof. Brander Matthews, of t'he Eng
lish denartment of Columbia university,
one of the witnesses for the prosecution,
testified that in his opinion the club was
a '"joint." ;
A "joint" he explained, '"is a place '
where men and wome either drunk or
sober, are steered in to lose their
BEER POLLUTES RIVER
AT SAN ANTuNIO IS CHARGE
Antonio. Tex.. Sent. 13. George
Schober. who conducts a brewery in this
city, is charged with polluting the San
Antonio river. Eight affidavits to that
effect were filed -by assistant county at
torney Dan Lewis.
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The picture hIiow.n former prebld est IJoovccIt blinking hands with the
Indians at the Frontier day celebration held v.t Cheyenne, Wjominc recently.
It tcs noticeable that the -welcome and hnudshaUing accorded Col. Kootc
i clt was remarkably hearty among nil c Ins-c-. and conditions of people. "o
place was nn esecption. It vras only sufficient to intimate to the edlonel that
there wns Homebody to be shaken bands with and immediately he had his own
a pound at the orchard. Watermelons
sell from 15 to 40 cents each.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Phillips left for
The new brick addition .to the Glp
son hotel is completed and will be oc
cupied by a restaurant and offices of
Requa, Talbot & Brown.
E. P. Hardwick is breaking ground
on East Main street for a brick build
ing to be occupied b3" the Pecos Valley
Company C is having two drills a
week to prepare for the California
PROGRAM FOR THE'
The municipal bar.d will give its
regular weekly concert in Cleveland
square Tuesday evening, beginning at
7 o'clock. Alderman S. Blumentha!
has wired the secretary of war of
Mexico for permission for the Third
cavalry band of Mexico, now stationed
in Juarez, to combine with the El
"Paso hand for a concert in Cleveland
i snnaro novt Tiifisdav eveninc No re-
I ply has yet been received from the
message, although it is probable that
the consent of the war secretary will
be obtained and the concert will be
held in the bandstand at the north
The program for the regular concert
this evening is:
March "The Conqueror" Kopitz
Spanish serenade "Dolores". . . . -Metra
Overture "Semiramide" ...... Rossini
"Waltzes "Vienna "Words" . . Strauss
Excerpts from the grand opera
Overtime "Light Cavalry" . . .Luppe
Selection from "Daughter of the
National air "Star Spangled
RAILROADS FIGHT CUT
. 'IN RATES ON FRUIT
St. Paul. Minn.. Sept. 13. On appli-.
cation of T. J. Xorton. of Chicago, at
torney fbr the Atchison, Toneka and
Sinfci Fe railroad, jiuhr? "W. II. Sanborn,
of the Unite 1 States circuit court, lias
set .October 12 for the hearing on the
application of that road for an injunc
tion against the interstate commerce
commission which recently ordered ? cut
in the rate in oranges and lemons from
the PaHfir to vhe Atlantic coast, from
$1.15 to SI per hundred weight. The
hearing will he held in St. Paul.
The -uit was instituted by S8 railrond
companies, operating in all parts of the
DISTRICT COURT SETTINGS.
Additional jury case settings in the
41st district court follow:
7957 Eugene Hartson vs. Providence
S200 Rubin Fessinger vs. Thos.
O'Keefe et al.
S253 T. Luera vs. T. M. Ryan.
7090 W. B. Rollins vs. J. 11. Nations.
Thurmln.v, September -J),
David Williams v. E. P. & S. "W.
Railway company et al. ,
S233 R. Armendariz vs. Hotel' Dleu.
C9SS Orndorff-Hardie Realty com
panv vs. Mrs. Allie D. Clardy.
701 4p. jl Bell v. A. S. Bell.
"Monday, October :i.
SOfo-i J. R. Daniel vs. Southern Pa
"Monday, November "1.
S24S T. D. James vs. A., T. & S. F.
VISIT HIXSON'S DISCOUNT SALE.
A :vew CIT1 HAXD IS
FORMED AT SAFFORD.
Public School Opens at Layton: No Dat! '
Set for Prohibition Election; Stu- .
dents Leave for Schools. i
Safford. Ariz., Sept. 13. The public j
school has opened at Layton with an j
enrolment of 122 pupils. W. R. Roads j
is principal, Mesdames Houston Roach
and M. Melton are assistants. A num- j
ber of Lavton nupils are attending the j
adademy at Thatcher this term. Among
them aro Misses Delia and Gilda AValk
er, Bertha and Clara Morris, Archie
West, Will Claydon and Willard
Oscar Lancaster left with a party for
a camping and hunting trip on Black
river. Chas. Miller has charge of the
Olney market during Mr. Lancaster's
The dance at Brier hall was well at
tended. The depot was the scene of an agitat
ed flutter of girls when five of their
number took the train for Tempe where
they will enter the normal for the
winter. Those going -were: Misses
Edith Jennings. Sarah "Wilson, Bula
Waddill, Laura Lassitor and Alice Mor
ris. A union service was held at the city
park, when Rev. Mr. Gardner of the
M. E. church. South, spoke on consti
tutional prohibition. He was assisted
by Rev. Mr. Davis of the North church.
"Walter Sparks is in town from his
mines in the Grahams on business. Mr.
Sparks hp.s increased the force of men
at the works and Sparks canyon is
becoming a flourishing camp.
Melvile and Solon Foster have gone
.to Los Angeles, where they will again
enter the Polytechnic school.
The Latter Day Saints church held
its regular conference at Thatcher,
when a large representation of the en
tire stake -was present. The different
ward choirs furnished music. A musical
evening closed the session.
The Sahuara club will hold the first
meeting of the season at the home of
Mrs. A. T. Colton. Plans for the en
suing year will be discussed, new mem
bers added and a general business
meeting will occupy the time. The
study year will not begin until the
first Monday in October. India and
China will be the subjects of this year's
At the last meeting of the board of
supervisors a date was not set for the
calling of an election on the local op
tion measure now before the body. It
is thought the matter will be acted
on at the next meeting on Sept. 26.
J. H. Allison and A. B. Rooknagel of
the forestry service at Albuquerque,
are in town on business connected with
the work. '
Perry Lathrop has resigned his posi
tion with the Solomon-Wickersham
company and returned to his home in
Kansas City, Mo.
The new house just erected by W. K.
Dial at the corner of 14th and M streets
will be ready for occupancy this week.
Mrs. Anna Ringer has returned from
a two weeks stay with her brother,
Frank Haynes. at Globe.
Mrs. Eugene Baker has returned to
her home at Tucson after spending the
past month with her mother, Mrs. N. P.
A meeting of the city band was held
when a new organizatidn was perfected
with the following members: Messrs.
W. C. Faulkner. Charles Cole, A. H.
Ferrin, W. M. Claydon, jr., Arthur Nel
son, Ira Kempton, H. F. Rogge, Geo.
Jacobson, L. Lind, William Welker, Ar
chie West, T. I. Cross, "W. R. Roads,
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"Walter Williams, Orson Foot. John F.
Weber, C. Williams, Lloyd Slinker, T.
C. Schafer, Clarance Foot. William M.
Claydon is leader and director.
Miss Laveda Waddill has taken a po
sition at the local postoffice.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gilpin and son
have returned to their home in the Sul
phur Springs valley, after visiting rel
atives in this city for two weeks.
Mrs. V. L. Robinson of Globe, is the
guest of her niece, Mrs. R. S. Patterson
President Andrew Kimball has been
appointed by Gov. Sloan as delegate
from this county, to the irrigation con
gress and will leave soon for Pueblo.
Colo., where the congress will be held.
I J. C. Wansley has been employed as
' principal of the Lone Star school for
, the year.
NEW STABLES FOE
THE JUAEEZ TRACK
To Be Construct ed of Stone
and Adobe; Trees Are
Planted on Parkway.
Additional stables are being built at
the Juarez race track to accommodate
the horses which will be brought to
Juarez for the winter race meeting. The
new stalls are being built along the
straightaway shoot of the mile and an
eighth shoot, and are being constructed
of adobe with stone foundations, and
wood frames for the doors and win
dows. Trees are also being planted In
the parkway in front of the grandstand.
C-ROUND IS CLEARED
FOR NEW APARTMENT
Ground is being 'cleared for the
apartment house which is to De oailt
on West Missouri xt-J- by Mi:.s I.iidie
Avers. The apartmentment
Ayers. The apartment will have 24
rooms and will ccst $10 000 when com
pleted. It will adjoin the residence of
Richard Caples, just, above Cleveland
Chicago. 111.. Sept. 13. Two more
meat packers are expected to be indicted
by the federal jrrand jury, which 3
terday charged 10 Chicago packers with
conspiracy and illejyil nioncpol- and tox
day the jrovernment made announce
ment of its intention to, force an earl
trial of all.
Xone of the indictvd men were in
court today and United States district
attorney Wilkerson asked that warrants
be issued forthwith.
Attorney John S. Miller, for the de
fence, said two of the defendarts are in
Europe, and the other-- have big business
affairs to atten 1 to.
He -aid thev are read' to ann?ir when
thov must. Bend was fintily fixed at
$10,000 in each instance.
The men indicted are L. F. Sivift.
president of Swift an 1 com:in : Ed
ward Swift, vice rehleiu of Swift and
company : Chas. If. Swift, dire-tor of
Swift and company: Francis V. Fowler,
director of Swift and coiumn- Edw.
Ti-!e;i. president of the Xaticnal Pa k
inr conipmv: -T. Onilen Armour, presi
dent of Armour and contpn : Arthur
Meeker, coiiernl manager. Armour and
company; Thomas .7. Connors, superin
tendent of Armour and comoanv: Ed
ward Morris, presi '"mi- of Morris and
company: and Loui- IT. I ley man, man
ager of Morris and company.
PREACHER GIVES HIS IDEA
OF A 111 ; A REAL MAN
Doesn't Think He Should Wear Pegged
Top Trousers or a Red Tie Tent
Preacher Closes Wednesday.
Evangelist V. L. ileal lal night
described tv his congregation what he
considered the popular idea of a mm.
Said he: "Some women think any fel
low that wears a red tie. pege 1 to
trousers, loud socks and (pointed -d.' cs is
a man and they n:-nr one of those
thing yen often, too. But that djsn't
make a man. 1 heard of .1 worn 111 who
married one of those thin" and he died
soon after. At the funeral one if hor
friends asked her how she wa gefing
along. Mie ansv.ered: 1 have siuh a
bid cold I can't enjo the occasion as I
"Some people .-eem to think that
Jeffries and .Johnson were men and that
their's is the highest type of manhoo 1.
To my mind, thev were no 11:01 e than
bulldogs and yet thoufMn 1- of men and
even women went crazv over them last
"(od idea of a man is one who has
a backbone and u principle and who will
fight for it if needs Ik. Moses Avas such
alnan. How many men would, after be
ing raised in the lap of luxury as Mces
wtts. turn from a'l this and refuse to be
called the son of Pharaoh's dttugliter and
prefer rather to east his lot with Ids
own people and suffer affliction?"
The meetings will doe Wednesday
A Turkish Bath House Is
Planned For El Paso
Street; The Daily
Building took a boom Monday, eight
permits being issued by inspector S. B.
Hagerart. The most important, is for
the construction of a ?3a00 resiuence
on Roosevelt avenue. A downtown lm-
nrovement is to be the installation of
a Turkish bath and other modern con-
veniences on the second floor of the
ments, Ahich are estimated tc cos
To Alberto Rodnmie-, to .iid brick
and tile residence on lots 24, parts of
23 and 25. block 34, on Roosevelt street;
estimated cost ?3odC.
To Miguel Varquez to build 2-story,
4-room adobe, block 161, Anthony
street; estimated cost, $150.
To J. W. Carter, to build shed room,
lot 15, block S4, Alamogordo street;
estimated cost, $150.
To Miss L. A. -Browning, to build
sleeping porch, lots 40 and 50. block
12, Sunset Heights; estimated cost,
To Morgan & Sorenson, to tear down
two Texas street buildings, between
blocks 39 and 40 and 11 and 41; esti
mated cost. $S5.
To R.' C. Duran. to build 3-room
adobe, Stanton and Eighth; estimated
To B. F. Keaton, to build box house,
3-room residence, lots 22 and 23, block
26, Pittsburg avenue; estimated cost,
To J. L. Kopf, to build Turkish bath
and improve second floor at 206 South
El Paso street; estimated cost, $1000.
French Addition, Alamogordo street,
between Jefferson and Bowie Guar
anty Trust & Banking company, trus
tee, to Jose Tiburcio de la Torre, lots.
21 and 32, block 11; consideration, $350;
acted Aug. 30, 1910.
Tobin, Texas Juanita Cervantes to
j.' uxiciu.ua v,arduu, iut :o iiiiu u, uiui-n.
r..l.--:-i. t 1. 10 .1 -in V,11,
196, Tcbin, Texas; consideration, $20;
dated Aug. 30, 1910.
El Paso County S. H. Hunter to J.
J. Perkins, section 1, block 54; section
44. block 53; section 6. block 55 and sec-
tion 7, block 55, public school grant. El
Paso county: consideration, $20,000;
Dared Sept. 1, 1910.
Ysleta, Texas II. R. and A. J. Milam
to J. W. Milam, 17 acres out of survey
195, Ysleta, Texas; .consideration, ?690;
dated Sept. 22, 1309.
Tobin. Texas Frank R. Tobin to
Jauna Cervantes, lots IS and 19, block
196, Tobin, Texas; consideration, $20;
dated Feb. 17, 1910.
Franklin Heights, Arizona street, be
tween Newman and Brown A. L. Ste
venson and Faye W. Stevenson to
Charles M. Stevenson, north 37 1-2 feet
lots 13 to 16, inclusive, block S2. Frank
lin Heights; consideration, 1700; dat
ed Aug. 20, 1910.
El Paso County H. F. and Ada Brad
ford to J. W. Smith, section 7 and S,
block 25, public free school lands. El
Paso county; consideration, $3300;
dated March IS, 1910.
El Paso County J. W. and Eva Smith
to H. T. Lane, sections 7 and S, block
25, public free "school land. El Paso
county; consideration, S000; dated
May 31, 1910.
El Paso County J. C. Hinson to D. E.
Whitaker, section 21, bloak 13; section
22, block 13. section 23, block 13, and
section 24. block 13, public school land.
El Paso county; consideration, 5x and
exchange of land; dated Sept. 7. 19i0.
El Paso County E. C. Holloway,
trustee, to M. B. "Wingate, 42.52 acre
tract near Anthony.. N. M.; considera
tion. $495S.65; dated Sept. 12, 1910.
El Paso County H. T. and Emily
lane to J. O.. Pratt, sections 7 and S,
This Man Is
Magi.trnt sir IIiert De Uutaren, of London, in -ijo,e court Dr. H. H
Ciippeii, Rwusct! of mi.rderins: his if.. jt. xv Elmore, and hN former typlnt
Ethel Clare Lrne, moused of being an aereHorj, ere arraigned recently Im
mediately following their crrlinl In London frciu Canada. The magistrate ha
the reputation of lirln n Aery stern but nt the same time "iery Just man, and
it ls anticipated that Mhort work iiill be made of the eaxe before him the ac
cused either belnu: preyed herd to n conviction or promptly cleared if there Is
Insufficient evidence to hold them.
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More healthful than Tea or Coffee.
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block 25, public freo school lands, El
Paso county; consideration, $10 and
assumption of $200 note; dated July 1,
Tobin, Texas Frank R. Tobin to
Henry De Houck, lots 25, 26. 27 and
2S. block 17, Tobin Texas; considera
tion, $300; dated Sept. 9,-1910.
Tobin. Texas Frank R. Tobin to
Henry De Houck, lots 21, 22, 23-and 24
block 17, Tobin, Texas; consideration,
$300; dated Sept. 9, 1910.
Boracho, Texas, El Paso county J.
W. Balke, trustee, to J. E. "Woods, lot
12, block 19, Boracho, Texas; considera
tion, $30; dated Jan. 26, 1310.
FOE ELITE COMPANY
Leases tho Buckle.- Block
and TFill Instal Very
Having affixed Ms John Hancock to
a lease which called for tne entire
Buckler building which is to be rebuilt,
and which will cost him $1900 a month,
or $22,800 a year, Clarence Pickrell.
representing the Elite Confectlonerv
t pnmnfl t- c fi-T-rnfWn' tn incf'jj
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. f finest soda fountain fixtures and soda
parlors that are made. The lease was
finally signed Monday which gives the
Elite company possession of both floors
of the new building. A space occupy-
ing Z2QQ square feet of floor wlll b
retained on the Texas street and Mesa
avenue corner for the use of the new
Elite store. The remainder will be sub
let to tenants, trie second floor to be
offices and the remainder of the first
floor business rooms.
The soda fountain which will be in
stalled in the new store wHI cost $15,
000 and wll be of the most modern pat
tern. The entire room will be covered
with a wire glass canopy of colored
art glass, giving the place the effect
of a bower with (the new fountain at
one end. The Elite company plans to
spend $25,000 on tls new quarters,
which will will be ready for opening in
SNYDER JEWEkin' COMPANY
TO MOVE INTO NEW QUARTERS.
The Snyder Jewelry company expects
to move into the new quarters in the
Morehouse building before the end of
the raontki. The Interior, finish has
been completed and the glass In the
show windows set. As soon as the fix
tures are Installed the jewelry stock
will be moved.
MISSISSIPPI AVOMAN BITS
HIGHLAND PARK RESIDENCE.
Coming from Jackson, Miss., to lo
cate, Mrs. Bessie McCaleb has pur
chased a "Tesidepce in Highland Park
from the Newman Investment company.
The house is located in block 128 of
the Highland Park addition, and the
price paid was $1400. t
25 PERCENT OFF. HIXSON'S.
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