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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, October 7, 1910.
German Prune Plums
Now is the time to buy German Prune Plums.
They will not last long. " "We will receive a fresh
supply every morning for three or four days
Less Trouble to Preserve,
Cheaper to Preserve, and
'Better to Preserve
than any fruit on the market at present.
12 Pounds for $1.00
Fancy Elberta Pea'ches
Fancy Cling Peaches
Fancy Grape Pruit
Fancy Grapes, all Kinds
HEADQUABTERS FOE PEESH FRUITS AND
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151.
Our Shopping List last .Saturday, the first issued, from the new
store, met with ready response. The items selected for tomorrow
should be eagerly sought; as they are not only seasonable but values
that could be occasioned only by our desire to thoroughly advertise
the new store and new stock.
Young Men of Good Taste
It's absurd for you to dress in clothes which are merely a reproduction, in
smaller sizes, of those wcm by your elders.
You want cloches which will harmonize with your own aggressive, virile
personality which will show your individuality.
TO TELEPHONE CALLS,
EL PASO TRITCte FACTORY
Bell Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Ante.
1054 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 19GS
We store goods. Opp. PostctSce, across Plaza
508 & 629
A. E. RYAN & CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
'HSL- GFfL "8 9
Kaufman lremMUMii CampusTogs
for Young Men
possess all the style, fit and workmanship the most expert designing 'and tailor
ing can give and have those little touches of advance fashion that make them
And because "Pre -Shrunk" by an exclusive process which produces
LASTING STYLE and SHAPE PERMANENCE, the pleasing qualities which
you admire in a Suit or Overcoat are there to stay. (so)
Priced fro, 15 tO $30
Union Clothing Company
El Paso, Texas
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS..
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
WE REPAIR EVERYTHING.
Key and Lock "Work, Guns, Pistols. Um brellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York, 999
Miles, In 35 hours.
Eli PASO REPAIR SHOP, 20S North Stanton Street. Phone Bell 130.
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. EI Paac St.
ICE CR E
Smith Ice Cream Co.
?AMLT ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
a.t our fountain.
202 Texas St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
?& ELPASO BRBCK CO.KfctS
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 o 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
"We're .there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
SELL 10S4. ODOJfS TRANSFER. AUTO 196S
CASH OR CREDIT
A lilTTLE MONEY goes a long: wa ys here.
H. L. STEWART FURXITURE CO.
316-312 Soutk Stnntcn. Bell G32; Auto. 2106
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RC.X IXG WHITE SEWING MA CHINE.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail- Orders Given Prom.pt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St.
109 N. Campbell St
MATTICE-BUSH PLUMBING CO.
To'Howard O'Fallen Realty company,
to remodel two sfrv fcuilding an Con
ner Overland and El Paso streets; es
timated cost, $17,000.
To Jesusita Duran, p erect adobe at
"Warner street aiid Central avenue; es
timated cost, $50.
To Davis Development company, to
erect shed, Wyoming- and Noble streets;
estimated cost, $60.
Real Estate Transfers.
Franklin Heights, Boulevard, between
Lee and Austin streets Benard and
Emilie Schuster to Ernest H. Marrs,
east half lot 28 and lot 29, block 60;
consideration 4000; dated Sent. :.J,
Mills Map Millard Patterson. J. A.
Buckler and J. F. Woodson to Jackson
O.V OUR 40e
r. s PTmrpFTT.. ivrcrr 1
'06 N. Oregon St. ' Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
309 S. El Pane St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tool3. all
kinds Saddles. Harness. Cutlery Tents. OH Paint. Etc
Grocery company, part of block 7, beginning-
at point on east line of block
212 feet south of northeast corner,
thence south 56 feet, thence west 120
feet, thence east 56 feet, thence north
120 feet; consideration, $2240; dated
Oct. 5, 1910.
Sierra Blanca F. J. Westgate to
James Raymond O'Brien, lot 11, block
12; lot 17, block 3S; consideration, $1;
dated July 11, 1910. i
Fabens, Texas E. S- Newman to
Mareiano C. Rey, lots 17, lis, 19 and 20,
block 5; consideration, $75; dated May
Fabens Texas E. S. Newman to Ma
reiano Hey, lots 1 and 2, block S; con
sideration, $40; dated May 24, 1910.
Fabens, Texas E. S. Xewman to Ma
reiano Rey, lots 6 and 7, block S; con
sideration, $40; dated Oct. S, 1909.
Fabens, Texas E. S. Newman to Jose
N. Rey, lots 23, 24, 25 and 26, block 7;
consideration, $75; dated May 24. 1910.
Alexander's addition, North Kansas
street, between Hill and Hign streets
W. H. Loretz to R. S. Murray, lots 5 and
6, block 58; consideration, $1200; dated
Oct. 6, 1910.
Magoffin addition, Overland street,
facing T. & P. railway right of wav
A. F. Walker to M. .T. and Marie A.
Brennan, lot 1, Wock S2; consideration,
$2800; dated Oct. 6, 1910.
Allamore, Texas !. K. Millican to T.
& P. Railway company, tract of land
from section 20, township 8, block 67,
EI Paso county; consideration, $686.48;
dated Sept. 24, 1910.
Government Hill addition, Chester
street, between Crockett and Houston
streets Theresa Sturm to S. H. Suther
land, lots 13, 14. 35 and 16. block 37;
consideration, $525; dated Sept. 2S, 1910.
East El Paso, Hueco street, between
Lima and Grama streets D. S. and
Telazeal Heineman to T. H. Hudspeth,
lot 6 and east half of -lot 5. block 119;
consideration, $2450; dated Sept. 30,
Bassett's addition, facing Central ave
nue -Seth B. and Mattie Dee Orndorff
to City National bank, lot 10 and east
one-half of lot 9, block A; consideration
50c HAIR ROLLS 36c
1 Large, fluffy, "Sanitary" Hair
Rolls, packed in sealed boxes, come in
all shades, sell regularly A
50c; Saturday Special wUt
40c RIBBONS 19
2 Taffeta and ZMoire Ribbons, widths
up to 6 inches, all shades in the lot
but solid colors onl. These are rib
ibons that sell regularly for 40c a
yard; Saturday 1 Q
Special 1 27 C
3 Women's Dainty White Hanker
chiefs, with narrow hemstitched hem,
regular price 71-2c each;
Saturdav Special at wt
(Mam Floor) -
4 Double width Curtain Xets, ecru
only, all new patterns. These nets
make pretty bedroom curtains, also
nice for sash curtains. Values to 35c
a yard; 1Q
Saturday Special 1. v
(3rd Floor take elevator)
$1.50 CURTAINS 98c
5 Lace Curtains, 3 yards long and
extra wide. Come in white and ecru,
in several handsome designs, have
taped edge. Regular price $1.50 per
Saturday Special JJ
(3rd Floor take elevator)
15c HOSE 9c
6 Women's Cotton Hose, m tan and
black, the regular loc grade;
Saturdav Special, pair
Facilitate Shopping By
Specials By Number
The Calisher Millinery Section is
never behindhand when it's a
question of big values. Tomorrow
we will sell stylish fall hats
whose regular price is 7.50, for
All shapes of the season are in
cluded, among them the favored
turban models. There are styles
for wear with tailored suits, and
some a bit more dressy to go with
the afternoon costume. As to
colors, none has Been overlooked.
Stylish Fall Hats that should sell
for $7.50; we give you choice to
morrow onlv d? E? ff
7 Men's Mercerized Black Cotton
Hose, have double heels, toes and
soles, our regular 25c value in men's
60c VESTS 48c
8 Women's Lisle Finished Cotton
Vests, the "Forest Mills" brand, high
necked, with long sleeves. You will
find that these are just the vests for
-wear right now. Regular A q
price 60c; Saturday Special. frC
15c SCRIM 10c
9 Curtain Scrim, in beautiful color
ings, light or dark ground with
Oriental or flower design. Regular
price 15c a- yard; f
Saturday Special 1UC
(3rd Floor take elevator)
10 Yard Wide Silkolines, very pretty
patterns in light and dark colorings.
Regular selling price is 15c a yard;
(3rd Floor take elevator)
$1.25 VEILS 98c
11 Sewing Silk Veils, 21-2 yards
long, have satin border, come in all
the prevailing colors of the season.
Regular $1.25 values; QQ
Saturday Special cOC
(Millinery Section 2nd Floor)
Facilitate Shopping By
Specials By Number
J. Calisher Dry Goods Co. (Incorporate)
J.Caliaiwr Dry Goods Cot QaeerpaaU
$10 and assumption of two $400 notes;
dated Oct. 3, 1910.
Bo radio, Texas ,T. W. Balke to J. H.
Stanley, lot 2, block 37; consideration,
$30; dated Jan. 26, 1910.
Boracho, Texas J. W.VBalke to Mrs.
J. H, Stanley, lot 2, block 5G; considera
tion, $30; dated Jan. 26, 1910.
East El Paso, Bliss street, between
Rayner and Pietras streets Thos. M.
and J. D. May field to Phoenix-El Paso
Building company, lot 16 and east half
lot 15, block 102; consideration, $450;
dated Oct. 6, 1910.
El Paso County S. P. and Sallie A.
E. Warren to T. H. Moore, sections 13
and 14 and east 320 acres of section
24, block. 40, public school lands; con
sideration $6060: dated Aug. 31, 1910.
El Paso County G. P. Owen to S. P.
Warren, sections 13 and 14 and east
320 acres of section 24, and the west
half of section 15, block 40, public
school lands; consideration, $5760;
dated Oct. 1, 1910.
Grand View addition. Fort Boulevard,
between Lackland and Ixwell streets
Grand View Realty company to Mrs.
Fannie Fatman, lots 17, 18, 19 and 20,
block 72 consideration, $640; dated
Sept. 14, 1910.
licensed to Wed.
Arnulfo Cobor and Encarnacion Ji
menez. Hugh Collins and Anna Shindler.
John E. Ebenstein1 and Maria Alva
rado. Encarnacion Carmana and Ignacia
To O. Ibaeti, Mexican, 2209 Michigan;
boy, Sept. 26.
Afdoin's market has added a new de
partment to their store, one of their
windows is being .fixed up for a com
plete line of pies, cakes and bread of all
kinds. Mr. Ardoin says that they have
had such a demand for this line, that
he decided to put it in.
C. F. "Wright, four years with hotel
Zelger, this week took charge of th
Angelus cafe in hotel Angdus.
Don't miss a single copy of the
"Rounder" this season, it's out today;
get one at the Crawford theater.
Peach ice cream delivered after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
Ardoin's Sunnyside special butter 35c
Ardoin's market will have on their
counters from now on during cold
weather, their famous pure pig pork:
sausage, highly seasoned. Phone 800.
Tou liked the "Rounder" last year;
you will llkeit better thisr-year; out to
day, get one.
Let us suggest a dainty frozen desert.
Phone the 'Elite any time;-'
Saturday is Ardoin's- great 'sales day.
See Ardoin's big price killing ad on
MIR R O
We have the largest stock of mirrors
in the city.
Tuiiie Paint Glass Co.
The pride of the Lone Star State
and a smoke of distinctiveness and
character. Blended of bright Virginia
and Carolina leaf in just the correct pro
portions and wrapped in purest Wheat
Straw paper the same kind that every
Texan uses to roll his own cigarettes.
MeUovt and FcH-flavored
1 0 for Sc
Texas League baseball pictures and
a valuable coupon in each package
Old Mill Cigarettes are packed in TIN FOIL
n Winchester, Remington, Savage,
Marlin and Steyens Rifles and Shot
G-uns, Febiger 22 Automatic Rifle,
A Fox Shot G-uns.
miBllEltlOll Many other new goods. Call and
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
The El Paso School for Girls
Announces the opening of all regular courses. Special classes in Physical Ed
ucation and in Music are now beine organized. The Principal may be- seen at
any time by appointment. , n.n "a M
1111-1115 Terrace St., Snnsct Heights. Telephone -0-0 31.
EL PASO THEATRE
SUNDAY AXD MONDAY,
OCT. 9 and 10.
Mortimer M. Theise (Inc.) Presents the Musical Melange,
MORNING, NOON & NIGHT
With HILDA CARLE and 40 OTHERS- Girls Music Fun Laughter
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 and 50c. Seat Sale Thursday.
Opening of the stock scn-son-SLXDAY,
Return of Everybody's Favorites, the GLASS STOCK CO. Opening play,
BROWN OF HARVARD
A Great Cast New Scenery.
Prices always 15c, 25c, 35c; Boxes, 50c Seat Sale Thursday.
Tao Shows Nightly.
The Frank Rich Company A Splendid Organization, in
Change of Bill Monday and Thursday New Scenery and Electrical Effects.
The Greatest Show on Earth for the Money 10 and 25 cents.