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ADS BY PHONE.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115. tell wnat
you want. The Herald boy -will collect
the next day.
Lost and Found.
LOST Arizona, car Tuesday, watch pin.
Initials LLiB. Leave at Herald. Re
ward. LOST Saturday afternoon on the
street, a Shriner's fez. Return to Ma
sonic temple and receive reward.
FOUND Large pocket knife. Owner
may have same by paying for this ad
and proving- property. 1107 Cotton
Ave. Phone 2374.
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED Boys with bicycles at West
WANTED A reliable, honest, ener
getic man ,for collector and solicitor;
must speak Spanish and English. Ad
dress C. X., care Herald.
WANTED Men without experience to
work at electricity plumbing, automo
biles, bricklaying; learn trade few mos.
without expense; 2.00 students last 3'ear;
$30,000 contract jobs. Write immediate
ly. U. T. School Con. Co.. Los Angeles.
WANTED 'Men to learn barber trade.
Few weeks required. Best paying
work within the reach of poor men.
Wages up to 520 weekly. Small capi
tal starts shop. Few barbers take
apprentices. Demand increasing. Write
for free particulars. Moler Barber
college. Fort Worth, Tex.
Given, and satisfaction assured, when
your orders for men are placed with
us. Our services are respectfully of
fered you free of charge, parties for
whom positions are secured paying our
commissions. Inquiries promptly an-
FALL & MITCHELL,
201 San Francisco St. P. O. box 959.
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED Dining room girl a Wo
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Apply S04 Upson.
WANTED Al millinery salesladies;
good salaries to right parties. Blochs'.
WANTED A lady to take charge of
house when owner is absent; refer
ences required. Pjione 1010.
WANTED A good cook and house
maid for family of 3. Apply to Mrs.
Julius A. Buckler, 1504 Montana.
WANTED A white woman for general
housework, family of 3. Call at 1317
Montana. Bell phone 416.
WANTED Woman for general house
work; family of 2; no "washing; must
stay nights. Inquire mornings between
S and 10. 00 Montana St.
WANTED Furnished 6 room dwelling,
Sunset or Mundy Heights preferred;
Answer 202. Herald.
WANTED TO RENT small home with
yard; close to side track. Call 1100
Texas. Phone Bell 750.
YOUNG MAN wants position working
for room and board. J. O., care Herald.
AMBITIOUS BOY, 16, wants work; any
thing honest. Clements, Herald.
YOUNG MAN wants position working
for board in restaurant. J. O., care
YOUNG MAN desires position where
work will count: Railroad office pre
ferred. Write H. 95. Herald.
MAN AND WIFE WANT WORK on
ranch, understand farming and stock
raising. Woman extra good and fast
cook. Address L. J. Wilmeth, Berlno,
WANTED Position by competent
young man; understands bookkeeping,
typewriting, real estate and fire in
surance; references. Write E. 229,
STATIONARY ENGINEER wants posi
tion; experienced In the management
of steam -engines, pumps, iioist, air
compressors and gasoline engines. Will
leave city If necessary. Address Z. 164,
GOOD ALL AROUND MAN for dry
goods and groceries store, capable of
handling Spanish and English speaking
trade; has knowledge of window
dressing, card writing and bookkeep
ing. Open for position about Dec 1st.
Good references. Address All Arqund
Man, care of Herald.
ROOMMATE WANTED by healthy
young man; large, newly furnished
room. Phone 2341.
WANTED TO RENT horse and wagon
by the month. Apply at 1100 Texas St.
Bell pnone 750.
Help Wanted General.
WANTED Servant in small private
family. Apply 1525 Upson avenue.
Booms, Board. Etc.
We can give you a list of the best
rooms and board in private families
and rooming houses. Hake this your
first objective point upon arrival and
get a good room reasonable. Posi
tively no charge for our services.
THE ROOM DIRECTORY,
313 San Francisco. 2 blocks from depot.
Bell 488; Auto. 1039.
LARGE FRONT ROOM, close in, with
board. 209 Upson.
ROOMS AND BOARD 325 Prospect.
FOR RENT Furnished bedrooms, pri
vate family. 916 N. Stanton.
NICEIiY furnished sleeping and house
keeping rooms. 512 Myrtle. Opp. Elks.
FOR RENT Rooms furnished for light
housekeeping; no sick. 1201 N. El Paso.
HOTEL D. R. FRANCIS Firstclaas
rooms with bath. Home cooked meals.
FRONT SUITES, light housekeeping;
modern conveniences. 613 S. El Paso
BOARD AND R003IS, strictly first
class. Mrs. C. F. Leary, 619 N. Kansas.
BOARD AND ROOM Firstclass, home
cooking. 215 Wyoming.
CLEAN, comfortable and respectable.
Fayette Rooms, $2 week up. 213 Mills.
THE MYRTLE HOUSE: Mrs. Mabel E.
Brooks, proprietress. Pleasant, " well
furnished rooms by day, week or mo.
345 MyrMe Ave. Bell phone 1940 M.
NICELY furnished rooms for gentle
men only. 3L2 S. Stanton.
FURNISHED ROOMS, with running
water, and all modern conveniences,
from 75c to $1.50 per day. 314 S. El
COMFORTABLE ROOMS; reasonable,
304 E. Overland.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, nicely fur
nished, at 404 W. Overland.
WELL FURNISHED ROOMS-
119 N. El
FIRSTCLASS ROOMS AND BOARD
201 E. Nevada. Bell 3059.
GOOD TABLE BOARD, iliome cooking.
Mrs. Steward, 717 N. El Paso. Bell 2027.
FOR RENT Three nice housekeeping
rooms. ' 611 N. St. Vrain.
FOR RENT Rooms, single and en
suite. 3123 North Oregon. No sick.
NICELY FURNISHED front room, 918
Magoffin, or phone 1675.
FOR GOOD ROOMS AND BOARD call
at Cooley Flats. 613 San Antonio.
STEAM HEAT Elegantly furnished
rooms. Hotel Britton, 206 Texas St.
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms,
nice private front porch. 701 Wyom
FOR RENT Two furnished house
keeping rooms, $15. 1324 Magoffin.
Phone Auto. 1848.
NICE ROOMS for men and their wives.
1314 Myrtle. Phone 2033.
FOR 'RENT Housekeeping rooms. 615
FOR RENT Furnished and housekeep
ing rooms; new house. 1011 N. El
FOR RENT 2 nice light housekeeping
rooms. 1011 Arizona. Phone 3S18.
FOR RENT 2 large unfurnished
rooms. 705 Wyoming.
THREE ROOMS, furnished, for light
housekeeping; all modern conveniences.
Phone 754. Call 1321 E. Boulevard.
TWO NICELY furnished rooms in pri
vate family; good location on car line;
references exchanged; gentlemen only.
BOARD Close in. Best home cooking
618 N. El Paso street. $6 per week.
STEAM HEATED ROOMS, 214 West
TWO NICELY furnished TOoms for
rent; no Invalids. Phone 961.
GENTLEMEN who want a nice modern
furnished room stop at 609 San An
FOR RENT 2 desirable front rooms
for light housekeeping, with all con
veniences; close in. 1013 San Antonio.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room,
private entrance, connecting bath,
close to Lamar school. 1519 Boulevard.
FOR RENT One furnished room, hot
and cold water bath; no, invalids or
people with children taken. Call 620
E. Overland, corner Florence.
WHY PAY extravagant hotel rates?
The Ramona, 608-610 Nr Stanton, home
like, economical, sanitary; ample bath
ing facilities. Rates 50c to $1 a day;
$2 to S6 week: $12 to S25 month.
FOR RENT In private home, beauti
fully furnislied front room, mantel,
grate, porch; also large (bay window)
housekeeping room with kitchenette.
710 N Campbell.
ROOMS FOR RENT 3 newly furnished
rooms, either single or en suite; hot
water, heat, bath, phone; rooms have
never been occupied; no Invalids. BIs
choff, 1016 Rio Grande. Auto, phone
DO NOT TIRE YOURSELF 'looking for
rooms. We have them all listed and
can give you a list of just what you
want in housekeeping and bedrooms,
or houses. All prices and locations.
Absolutely no charge for services. Your
trunks moved free. Call here and let
us save you money, work and worry.
Hours S:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
THE ROOM DIRECTORY,
313 San Francisco. 2 blocks from depot.
I JVot& He's Ha-Ving
STORE ROOM FOR RENT Fine loca
tion. ' Apply 104 X. Stanton.
OFFICES FOR RENT Suite of two
on second floor of new Herald build
ing, facing San Francisco St.; modern
conveniences. Price $25, including
janitor service, steam heat, electric
lights, etc Apply N for particulars to
Agent. Herald building. Room 326.
For Bent Houses.
RENT Modern 5 room cottage. 409
Franklin. Bell 1449.
FOR RENT 3 room house in High
land Park, furnished. Phone 2715.
FOR REM Large house 3 blocks X.
W. of postoffice. Phone 2132.
FOR RENT Modern 6 room house,
near in, 2 entrances, 2 bath rooms.
Phone 11S9. D. P. Holland.
FOR RENT 2 room frame, furnished,
closets, water, sleeping porch; desir
able; $12. L. Blakesley, 613 . Gold.
FOR RENT IN "THE NEVADA" Mod
ern uptodate 4 room flat. $25. In
quire Joe H. Goodman, 110 W. Nevada.
A few choice apartments left ln this
new, uptodate building. 3 and 4 rooms
to a suite, steam heated, hot water,
every modern convenience; close in.
Corner N. Oregon and Arizona- St.
Booming Houses and Flats.
FOR SALE 25 Al rooms on corner.
$900. E. 405, care Herald.
ROOMING HOUSE 10 newly furnished
rooms; must be sold; leaving town. 219
Arizona, cor. Stanton.
FOR SALE Hotel doing good business
every month in the year; long lease,
cheap rent. Good reasons for selling.
Hotel, care Herald.
FOR RENT 39 rooms, or small hotel,
with or without furniture. 6 room
cottage on Mesa Ave.. 2 blocks from
plaza, $40. Call mornings. Mrs. M.
Ainsa. 515 Mesa. '
FOR SALE A paying rooming house
1 blocks from postoffice, north side;
will pay you to Investigate; reason
selling, want to leave town. For in
formation write W. E. R.. care Herald.
For Sale or Exchange.
HAY Will trade big horse for hay.
Frank Boegeman. Phone 1947.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE for
property in Clovis, N. M. Address P. O.
box 610, Clovis, N. M.
FOR SALE OR TRADE for buggy or
equal value, one big bay horse. Frank
Boegeman. Phone 1947
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for farm
land, 4 room cobblestone bungalow in
Grand View. $1000 cash, balance terms.
Apply Owner, P. O. box 43 C.
FOR SALE OR TRADE for real estate
in city or near by valley lands. The
best paying soda fountain, ice cream
parlor, confectionery and cigar busi
ness In the city: splendid location. Ap
plv 418 Caples Bldg.. or phone 894 L.
For Sale Houses.
FOR SALE Modern brick, 5 rooms,
bath and hall, at sacrifice. 1519 Boule
vard. Owner, box 185. Floresvllle. Tex.
Horses, Vehicles, Etc.
FOR SALE Good saddle and driving
horse, $45. Phone 1885.
FOR SALE Black driving mare, har
ness and runabout. Phone Bell 2425.
FOR SALE A good sound working
mare, guaranteed, for $25. I. Ilitzky,
618 S. EL Paso St.
FOR SALE A number of heavy wa
gons, ranging from 3 to 3 inches;
also light double spring wagon, and a
lot of heavy steel dump carts, suitable
for rock quarry or railroad work. In
quire of A. Courchesne. Herald Bldg
Cattle, Hogs, Etc.
LIVESTOCK FOR SAIfiJ.
1000 each, 1, 1, 3 and 4 year old steer.
S00 to 1500 cows.
S00 to 2000 stock cattle.
Registered and thorougnbred bulla
for sale; also horses and mules.
We buy and sell all kinds of lire
PITMAN LIVESTOCK CO.
223 Trust Building. Auto Phona 2065
For Sale Furniture.
WEISS, 215 S. STANTON.
Second hand sewing machines from
FURNITURE Highest prices paid for
2nd 'hand furniture. Bell 266; Auto. 2066.
FOR SALE CHEAP Northern electric
light machine. 125 continuous light, or
400 light capacity. 125 volt d. c. gen
erator, that Is 7 K TV !' orrw
including rheostat and pulley, 150
scale voltmeter and 75 ammeter. Is
in original packing case, never having
been unpacked after factory shipment.
Just the thing for manufacturing plant,
or for mine lighting.' Will be sold for
$200 f. o b. cars Edgerton, Wis.
Address L. C. Whittet, Edgerton, Wis.,
or see J. C. Wilmarth. El Paso Herald.
For Sale or Rent.
FOR RENT OR SALE in Alamogordo,
N. M.; lot 50x150 feet; 2 modern tent
cottages furnished for light house
keeping; walking distance to postoffice.
Address Box R, Lincoln, N. M-
XSrotible gJith His Molar?
For Sale Miscellaneous.
weiss, am s. stanton
New art squares, 3x3, $5.
FOR SALE Rolltop desk and 4 office
chairs for only $23. 512 Caples Bldg.
BULLDOGS AND PUP for sale cheap.
305 S. El Paso.
A MEDIUM SIZE Victor Iron safe for
sale cheap. Can be seen at 501 E.
WEISS, 215 S. STANTON.
Good No. 7 stoves, $5.
FOR SALE Automobile, 5 passenger
Reo in No. 1 condition. $450 cash. H.
100, care Herald.
GOVERNMENT HILL STOCK Ten
shares for sale at $50 per share. Ad
dress P. O. box 562.
MOVING PRICES. NOW 215 S.
24 lb. scales, by the ounces, new,
$1.25. New butcher scale. $4.50. Ste
vens 22 cal. repeating rifle for $6. New
Weiss. 215 S. Stanton.
MONEY TO LOAN on anything of
value; salaries bought.
Ford Cotten, 209 Caples.
x'riK. Ajtuja. i
From $100 up to $125,000 loan to
be returned m monthly payments of
19.66 on each $1000 borrowed. This
makes the loan cost you in interest
$2.16 per month, $25.92 per XPrf.r. or
$271.65 for 10 and a half years. Total
expense of $1000 loan for the entire
ttime $295.65. with the privilege of
paying annually, semi-annually or
quarterly, or paying up entire loan
at any time with 5 percent for
the time you have it. Your rent pay
ments will buy you a hom.. Our
monthly payments of Interest decrease
each year. This is a great advantage.
Compare our Interest rate and terms
to any other company's, then rake the
best-" Our capital, $500,000; reserve
fund, $915,000. We also write the best
Are insurance at the best rate. Agents
wanted for both.
THE STANDARD HOME CO-
319-20 Herald Bldg., El Paso. Texas.
Auto. 1354. Bell 1111.
I REMINGTON TYPEWRITER.
Salesrooms 216 Mills St. Phone 677.
M. CLUGSTON, TAXIDERMIST, 404 N.
Oregon St. Phone Bell 676.
CARPET CLEANING and lace curtains
a specialty. Bell Phone 2154.
APPLES FROM HOPE. N. 3L for sale
Across the street south from the court
house; will sell to peddlers, consumers
or merchants. C. Coffey.
STENCILING DESIGNS MADE and or
ders taken. Stenoiled dresses, scarfs.
Lessons given. Miss Barnes, 6L4 N.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE: Park Bros.,
room 7, Morgan Bldg. Bell 575.
ELOCUTION Taught by Mrs. J. Guit
erman, 916 N. Stanton St. Phone 3236.
CTTTM'VEY SWEEP Stnv"i sf nn and
repaired. Auto. 1367. Bell 3046.
DEAD CATTLE, HORSES AND MULES
taken away free except Sundays.
Phones Bell 74; Auto. 1383. Victor Blot.
SPECIAL NOTICE Before leaving
town sell your furniture and clothing
for a good price to the El Paso store.
400 El Paso St. Bell 3491; Auto. 2491.
CLOTHING Highest prices paid for
2nd hand clothing, shoes, hats, and
ladies' clothing. Bell 266; Auto. 2066.
EL PASO BOTTLE AND JUNK CO.,
1505 San Antonio. Dealers in old iron,,
rubber, copper, brass, zinc, lead, bot
tles, sacks and bones. Auto. 1682.
BILLY SMITH, EX-CHD3F DETEC
TIVE, is prepared to undertake all
general detective work entrusted to
him by corporations, banks and private
individuals; best of reference given.
All correspondence strictly confidential.
Address P. O. box 861. '
Wanted to buy and sell all kinds of
second hand furniture and clothing.
Best prices paid for everything.
The Wenters Furniture Co.
406 S. El Paso. Bell 1482; Auto. 1841.
TYPEWRITER & OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Moon Desks, Derby Desks, Brown
Morse Filing Cabinets, Toledo Metal
Furniture, Davis Stenographers, Chairs
and Marble-Shattuck office chairs.
421 Mesa Ave
Phone S32. Auto. 1832.
WATCHES CLEANED. 50c; main
springs, 50c; warranted. We pay for
gold, $1.00 pwt Denver Jewelry Co.,
corner W. San Antonio and El Paso.
J. F. NUGENT, Clint, Texas, land and
SPANISH Practical business Spanish
quickly learned by our simple, thor
International Business College,
Bell 1147. Auto. 1129.
MISS GLADYS EDMONDS, graduate
Cumnock School of Expression, Los
Angeles. Calif., and teacher of experi
ence in Dramatic Art, Vocal Culture,
Reading, Elocution. Address 140, To
bins 2nd add. P. O. box 228. Ph. 3240.
FOR SALE Restaurant doing capacity
business; am leaving city. Write E.
117, Herald office.
WANTED Lady with $2000 cash and
fair education to become secretary and
trpp lirfiT' nf real fiesta n-nrl lnan rTY
j pany; office position, salary and com
mission; no risk; handle all cash. Ad
dress P. O. box S52, city.
FOR SALE: A good paying butcher
shop In East El Paso, on account of
sickness, cheap to the right party.
For Sale A well established and good
paying grocery, hay, grain and feed
store, at a very reasonable price. Ap
ply to Wm. Moeller. Real Estate, Loans,
Rentals and Insurance. Herald Bldg.
Bell 1227: Auto. 15S5. El Paso. rs ex as.
AN ESTABLISHED FACTORY produc
ing standard goods used by stores,
banks, farmers, and practically every
body, is opening a DISTRIBUTING
OFFICE for El Paso county and desires
a resident manager with $500 to $1200
cash carrying stock to fill immediate
orders. We allow $100 to $150 monthly
salary, extra commissions, office and
other expenses. Position permanent
references required. "Liberty" Manu
facturing Association, 230 W. Huron
NOW BEING PLACED ON THE MAP
OF THE KANSAS CITY, MEXICO
& ORIENT RAILWAY.
County seat of Pecos county, Texas,
is the next big railroad division on
the main line of the Orient Railroad
west of San Angelo. ,
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE.
GET IN AT THE OPENING OF A
Grading on the railroad at Fort
Stockton has begun. A $15,000 stone
railwav station; a $35,000 stone hotel,
J a substantial stone business block and
other extensive improvements are be
ing built. Already 1500 people there
more arriving dailj-. No other town
for 50 miles big trade territory
splendid opportunity for merchants,
professional men and workmen.
Four hundred thousand dollars
($400,000) are now being expended In
building an irrigation system at Fort
Fort Stockton has artesian springs
flqwing fifty million gallons of water
daily; the altitude is 3000 feet; 35,000
pcrei of rich land now being put un
der Irrigation. Artesian wells are be
ing deeiopea at Fort Stockton.
The Orient Railway Lapd company
and ils rich allied interests, are de
veloping Fort Stockton. 'Fort Stock
ton should make a city of 10,000 or
15,000 in next 18 months.
j Keep your eye on Fort Stockton
j sure to become greatest city In western
Texas. GROWING MORE RAPIDLY
than any town in Texas. There are
openings of all kinds at Fort Stock
ton. More work than men. GET
THERE AHEAD OF THE ORIENT.
Local office in charge of F. E. Grimes.
Get a lot and locate at Fort Stockton
before the Orient gets there. Lots
should be worth five times present
selling price Inside of two years.
Direct all correspondence regarding
purchase of lots and business locations,
and write today for a fine two color
illustrated bulletin and map of Fort
Stockton, FREE, to
F. A. HORNBECK.
Mgr. Townslte Dejt. Kansas City,
Mexico & Orient Railroad.
931 Baltimore Ave.. Kansas City. Mo.
DR. ANNA REUM. Lady Physician,
Stevens Bldg.. cor. Mesa and Texas.
LOCAL MERCANTILE AGENCY.
Reports and ratings on Individuals,
collections. Member of the National
Assn. 'of Mercantile Agencies.
HARRY PATEMAN, Mgr.
Room 17, Morehouse Block.
R. G. DUN fc CO.,
El Paso Office 501 Guaranty Trust
EL PASO REPORTING AGENCY Ts-
pues complete El Paso commercial re
ports Directory of Osteopathy.
DR. PEARCE, Osteopathic Physician.
615 N. Oregon. Both phones 2496. Ac-
commodation for a limited number of
out-of-town cases. All recognized
osteopaths now in Texas are licensed
by state board. If not licensed there
are reasons. Write the Osteopathic
colleges for them-
SAXITARY shamnoolner anr! ma-nlrmr.
ing skillfully executed. Alleen Berg's.
Little Plaza. Phone 427. Established
1 2 vears. ,
IMMENSE LINE of drummers samples,
French and American, placed on special
sale. $12.50 values, $4.95; $5 values.
$1.95. Alleen Berg's. No. 1 Little Plaza.
FERFECT DANCING TAUGHT
In Six Leosons.
THE NEW RYAN METHOD.
Private lessons daily 10 td12 a. m.;
2 to 4 p. m. Latest dances taught.
The F. B. hall, Oregon and Overland.
Bell 2610. Auto. 1535.
R. L. NICHOLS, attorney Herald blg.
STORAGE El Paso Trunk Facto-y.
DR. W. R. WEEKS 105 S. Eli. Paso St.
Directory of Osteopathy.
DR. A. T. STILL Osteopathic Infirmary,
from Kirksville, Mo,, founder of Osteo
pathy. President American School of
Osteopathy. Dr. Ira W. Collins. Physi-cian-m-Chief,
President National Oste
opathic Association. (Only recognized
osteopaths now in El Paso) otners
were compelIe"d to take out medicai
license. 201 W. Missouri St. Tele
$50 reward to any pretended osteo
path who holds any other license than
a medical license from the State of
Texas, which costs only 75 cents, and
reuqires no- examinations or brains.
If you have practiced two years be
fore this law passed. Every Osteo
pathic society and periodical is against
this kind of medica law and the State
society has unanimously asked its
member of the board to resign.
For Sale &eal Estate.
FOR SALE, $700 Two room nouse
with porch, on 2 lots. 3309 T. & P.
St. Payne's addition. $700. Bell phone
LOWER VALLEY BARGAINS.
16 acres of fine land, most all ln
alfalfa; 8 miles below El Paso, 100
yirds from macadam road on Frank
lin canal; good outlet. This is a bar
gain. See it before you buy.
We have anything you want.
PETERMAN-LANSDEN REALTY CO.,
Phone 22C6 Rins 4 Black
- 40 ACRES AT LA MESA.
26 miles from El Paso, all in culti
vation, on ditch and mile from town.
It is a bargain at $67.50 per acre.
50 ACRES ANTHONY.
On main road and ditch. 45 acres in
alfalfa, balance house, small orchard,
etc The price Is only $90 per acre and
land next to it selling at $125. Good
terms on this.
HERE'S A FINE HOME.
5 room pressed brick. 1100 block.
Boulevard, south front; nice yard. It Is
a bargain at $4200.
GOOD TERMS ON THIS HOME.
5 room pressed brick, 1100 block,
Rio Grande: modern in every way and
is one of the nicest cottages on the
street. Ask about this. , The price is
Fire, Plate Glass. Automobile Insur
ance. RENTALS. '
W. F. PAYNE,
Angelus Hotel Bldj
ARIZONA St NEW MEXICO R. R.
Ar. 01 4-55
:10 Lv. Clifton
7:o2 Lv. "Guthrie Ar. 12 4-?q
7:57 Lv. Coronado Ar. 13 4:09
8:44 Lv. Duncan Ar. 33 3:17
10:10 Ar. xLordsburg Ar. 70 2-05
11:25 Ar. oHachita Lv.lOS 12:35
Connects with M. S. xConnects with
S. P. N oConnects with E. P. & S. W.
George A. Wagstaff. Superintendent.
'' iMJtaJMrt BBBBEE
The train comes whizzing down the
And halts amid the cheers,
And on the platform at the back
The candidate appears.
Find .another politician.
ANSWER TO YES rERT AY'S PUZZLE,
Left side down, ose at left shoulder
For Sale Eeal Estate.
RANCHES FOR SALE Improved and
unimproved. Write for particulars. E.
W. Manley, Socorro. Tex.
Your freight and furniture we
Even great or very small;
So bear in mind we are at your
On Both Phones 2444.
All trains arrive and depart from
Union depot, foot of San Francisco
street, except those of Mexico North
Western. All arrivals and departures
given in EI Paso, or mountain standard
, Atchison, Toseka & Santa Fe.
$. in rr ,dany from north 9:40 o.m.
-n ?' v d?l7 ior north.. 6:58 p.nt
o" U' rn iIa.I1ly trom north :55 p.nt
No. 22, Lv. daily for north.. 8:45 a!ml
El Pnso & Southwestern.
Mail and Express
Leaves daily f.
j Drummers Special
t ' , J 4:oa p no.
arrives aauy n.Q
Leaves daily .! 8:!o JS
Arrives dally s-05 m
Arrives daily H.:. g
Golden State Limited. Eastbound
Afrlves 12:2o p.m.
Departs 19.5 ,
Westbound --. ?.:n. ,
Arrives ....... 3-50 pai.
Through Passenger and "Mail
rrives 7:40 p.m.
Departs 8:00 a.m.
GalveatOB.HarrlsBHrsr & Sa-m im).
California Fast Mail
Arrives daily 4:on a.m.
Leaves dally 1Q:55 p.m.
Golden State Limited. "Westhnnnfl
Arrives s-50 nr
Departs -noU p.m.
o unset J-aimtea
Arrives daily s-nft n !
t Leaves daily 9:20 aim.
Arrives 6:10 p.m.
Departs 8:20 a.m.
Texas & Facic.
Arrives daily 11:40 kt.m.
Leaves daily 5-3Q pni
National Railways nf Mexiee.
Mall and Express
Arrives daily .-7-75 a.m.
Leaves daily 6:35 p.m.
Mexico North Western.
South bound, leaves Juarez
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at . 1:00 p.m.
Arrives from south Tues
days, Thursdays and Sat
urdays, at 3-00 p.m.
KOSWELL AUTO CO., ROSWELL. N. M.
Carrying the U. S.. mail anJ passen
gers between Vaughn. N. M and Ros
?Uv N- ' connecting w"tn the EL
PASO & SOUTHWESTERN and ROCK
ISLAND RAILROADS, and the ATCHI
SON TOPEKA & SANTA FB RALL
ROAD. Leave Vaughn at S:30 a. m.. arrive in
Roswell at 3:30 p. m.
Leave Roswell at 12:30 p. n., arrive
in Vaughn at 6 p. m.
Baggage allowance 50 'bs. to each
regular ticket. Excess baggagj at the
rate of $5 per 100 lbs.
Special automobiles furnished to ac
commodate any number of passengers
to make special connections with any
train at Vaughn, also to connect with
New Mexico Central ralroa3 at Tor
rance for Santa Fe, N. M by com
municating with manager of the Ros
well Aiin Co.. at "Rris-R-11 "V -r .
least 24 hours in advance. Ra?.efor
special, 540, to accommodate four or
less passengers to either noint.
J. W. STOCKARD. Manager.
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He gestures as he hoarsely speaks,
His words are far from plain.
And then the engine hoarsely shrieks
And drags away the train.