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Rates for Classified Ads.
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charge less than $ .25
Six consecutive inser
tions, per word 05
By month, per line 1.00
& ADS BY PHONE.
Call Bell 115. Auto 1115, tell Trtiat
you want,. The Herald boy -will collect
the next day.
Lost and Found.
HORSES CLIPPED 215 S. Kansas St.
LOST Small fur neckpiece, -west or
north of Mesa school. Phone 547.
X.OST Friday. A gold necklace -with
gold heart: B. engraved; on N. Flor
ence St. Return to 703 N. Florence.
Help Wanted Male.
BOY WANTED for store -work. David
Ierner, 207 San Antonio St.
WANTED Man to drive wagron. Ap-
ply to Foreman El Paso Dairy Co.,
Sand's Grove, east end of Second St.
WANTED Ten firstclass carpenters;
winter's work. Apply Jno. W. Mc
Quade, FL Bayard, N. M.
MEN Our illustrted catalog explains
3iow we teach barber trade In few
weeks: mailed free. Moler Barber Col
lege Fort "Worth, Tex.
YOUNG MAN WANTED for delivery
and general work; good opportunity to
learn shoe business. Lerner Shoe Co.,
215 S. 1 Paso.
WANTED Men and boys to learn au
tomobiling. electrical engineering, sur
veying, plumbing and bricklaying in
few months; satisfaction guaranteed.
Positions secured; booklet free. Nat.
School of Engineering, 2110 W. Sev
enth St., Losngeles, Cal.
WANTED Men without experience to
work at electricity, plumbing, automo
biles, bricklaying; learn trade few mos.
-without expense; 200 students last year;
$30,000 contract jobs. Write immediate
ly. U. T. School Con. Co., Los Angeles.
This is intended to reach those who
"EMPLOY LABOR;" it's object is to
place our "EMPLOYMENT SERVICE"
at their command "FREE OF
CHARGE." Our experience covers six
years; our "REFERENCES" are ALL
persons whom we "have served. We
furnish "ALL CLASSES OF LABOR."
FALL & MITCHELL. EMPLOYMENT.
201 San Francisco St P. O. Box 9o9.
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED Waitress. 215 Wyoming.
LADY SOLICITOR for local work. No.
198, care Herald.
WANTED Seamstress to sew by the
eek; must know how to cut and fit
Phone 1354 or call 1304 N. Stanton.
WANTED Young women as trained
nurses: pay while learning. For par
ticulars address Dr. P. C. H. Pahl, 934
W. Seventh, Los Angeles.
WANTED Middle aged English speak
ing all around housekeeper; reason
able wages; good home to right party.
Address W. A. EL. Herald.
WANTED Competent -white girl or
woman for children's nurse. 1215 Rio
Grande. Phone 824.
-WANTED A white woman to do cook
ing and general housework for small
family; a good home for the right
party. Apply 1319 Montana.
"WANTED Unincumbered young wo
man for cook; no objection to young
-widow with one small child. Addres3
W. O. W.. Separ. N. M.
"WANTED TO BORROW $10,000 Well
secured bv real estate in the valley.
or 6 -months at 8 percent interest per
annum, besides the interest will , py
a good bonu3. AddressX.. care Herald-
Wanted Real Estate.
"WANTED AT ONCE FROM OWNER
Close in N. Oregon or Mesa St. prop
ertv. Apply 400 N. Oregon. .
YOUNG LADY desires position as
housemaid. Address 1215 Rio Grande.
POSITION WANTED by university man
with 8 vears business experience; sal
ary no object. Write N. 204. Herald.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST, experi
enced.will be ooen for position Dec.
1st. Rex., care xierald.
"WIDOW OF REFINEMENT, neat and
capable, wants place as housekeeper.
Prefers" place out of city; small salary.
Trlflers don't reply. Housekeeper, care
YOUNG LADY stenographer with good
knowledge of Spanish, would like eith
er position as -stenographer or desk
room in office. Able to translate
quickly and accurately- Answer Busi
ness, care of Herald office.
YOUNG MAN, bookkeeper-stenographer.
ImglLsh-Spanish. wishes position;
experienced and reliable; best of ref
erences. Address B., P. O. box 1114,
POSITION WANTED by firstclass ac
countant as bookkeeper, auditor, book
keeper and stenographer, or secretary.
14 years experience and can deliver the
goods. Address P. O. box 173, Trout, La.
"WANTED Small furnished house
north of tracks; prefer house not on
car line; no children. Address B. H. B.,
care St. Regis.
WANTED TO KNOW the whereabouts
of Prof. J. P. Dodson. Formerly re
sided at 205 S. Santa Fe St., El Paso.
Write R. L. Harris. Herald. .
"WANTED Gas range and 'small heat
ing stove. Address N. 218, Herald.
WANT TO BUY a second hand gaso
line engine, 6 horsepower. Call 209
WANTED AT ONCE Cash register or
autographic cash till. Give -full par
ticulars. Francis E. fester Co., Me
silla Park, N. M.
"WANT A RANCH on a salary or part
of crop: experience in hog raising; can
give giltedge references. R. R. P., care
Rooms, Board, Etc. '
NICELY furnished rooms for gentle
men only. 312 S. Stanton.
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms
complete for housekeeping. 1101 Wy
oming. THE ESSEX Clean, well ventilated
rooms for men only. A really firstclass
rooming house, in the heart of the city.
Just across the street from the West
ern Union Telegraph Co., 110 S. Ore
gon St. Telephone 2046.
GOOD BOARD IN SUBURBS Rooms
or tents. Mrs. T. H. Casey, Las Cruces,
NICELY furnished steam heated rooms
in business district. Kathryne Hotel,
110 S. Stanton.
ROOSIS AND BOARD Strictly first
class, 2 blocks from library. 602 Up
FOR RENT REASONABLE Rooms for
light housekeeping, furnished and un
furnished, screen porch. Herrick &
Bishop 710 Noble.
FOR RENT Furnished front room for
1 or 2 gentlemen; walking distance. 60G
Montana. Phone 3767.
ROOMS FOR RENT to gentlemen, terms
moderate. 305 Montana St. Bell phone
STEAM HEATED ROOMS for gentle
men, private family. 214 W. Franklin.
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms
and one sleeping room; no sick. 607
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
13 OS E. Rio Grande
FOR RENT Furnished room. 402 Mon
tana. Phone 2540.
NICELY furnished rooms and board in
private family- 217 Arizonar
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front
room on car line. 1019 Brown St.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 714 N. lrginia.
I FOR RENT 2 rooms furnished for
I iio-ht hniisplrftpninirr S15 uer month.
Address J. J. B care Herald.
FOR RENT 3 unf urnished rooms, elec
tric light, gas. sleeping porch, base
ment. Phone 8414 or call 900 Upson.
TWO UNFURNISHED front rooms
with gas range for rent. 706 San An
tonio. STEAM HEAT Elegantly furnished
rooms. Hotel Britton. 206 Texas St.
CHEAP 2 or 3 furnished housekeeping
rooms. 301 Putnam Ave.
FOR RENT Large front room for 1 or
2 gentlemen in private family. S15 N.
Campbell. Phone 2927.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room or
suite, heat and stationary wash stand
with sleeping porfch; close in. 333 W.
FOR RENT Close in nicely furnished
room or suite with heat, running wa
ter and sleeping porch. 333 W. Mis
souri St. Phone 1626.
ROOMS AND BOARD Housekeeping
suites, modern; $7.00 up. 1100 Texas.
LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent.
TWO NICE light housekeeping rooms
with sleeping porch. 1011 Arizona.
FOR RENT Furnished room adjoining
bath, close in. Bell 1660. t
FOR RENT Several exceptionally
well furnished rooms; steam heat and
all modern conveniences. 710 Mesa.
Phone 20 S4 M.
FOR RENT Swellest close In fur
nished housekeeping rooms in city.
309 W. Boulevard.
FOR RENT Large firat floor front
furnished room; fireplace. 505 Wyom
ing. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Two suites,
gas range, electric light, hot baths,
light and sunny, close in. Phone 2906
Bell. 408 Wyoming.
WHY PAY extravagant hotel rates?
The Ramona. 608-610 N. Stanton, home
like, economical, sanitary; ample bath
ing facilities. Rates 50c to $1 a day;
$2 to $6 week: S12 to S25 month.
GET A LIST OF ROOMS Housekeep
ing, bedroom, apartments or houses, and
save the trouble of hunting them your
self. We can suit you in anything.
Only 10c for a list. For this you are
entitled to our services until suited.
We show you around personally, and
if you take a place will move your
trunk free. Our list is complete.
THE ROOM DIRECTORY.
Bell 488; Auto. 1039. 207 Trust Bdlg
Rooms. Board, Etc.
H'KEEPING rooms 811 San Antonio.
HOTEL D. R. FRANCIS Front room
with bath to permanent party.
FOR RENT Rooms, single and ea
6Uite. 1123 North Oregon. No sick.
FRONT SUITES, light housekeeping;
modern conveniences. 619 S. El Paso
BOARD AND ROOMS, strictly first
class. Mrs. C. F. Leary, 619 N. Kansas.
THE MYRTLE IIOVSE Mrs. Mabel E.
Brooks, proprietress. Pleasant, well
furnished rooms by day, week or mo.
345 Myrtle Ave. Bell phone 1940 M.
Rooming Houses and Flats.
FOR SALE Best paying rooming
house in El Paso. 311 E. Missouri.
FOR SALE Rooming house, 15 rooms.
110 Texas. Bell phonp 2455 M.
FOR SALE Several good rooming
houses, well located. Prices from $40u
to $1600. Hellberg & Blair, 41S Roberts-Banner
FOR SALE Rooming house well fur
nished; 30 rooms; must sell account
sickness. Phone 3355. 211 E. Over
land. For Rent
FOUR ROOM BRICK HOUSE, fur
nished for light housekeeping; $20 per
month. Phone Bell 2007.
FOR RENT Desirable 10 room house,
good location: also 6 room steam
heated apartment. Phone 2132.
FOR RENT Four room cottage with
screened porch, good yard, chicken
house: half block from street car. $15.
Take Fort Bliss car, first house Loui-s-vllle
St., east. .
THREE ROOM HOUSE with bath,
laTEre woodshed and place t keep
horse; 1 block from street car, 4 blocks
J from E. P. & S. W. shops. $11. Call
2111 Bassett Avei
FOR RENT Store room, corner Mis
souri and Kansas. One 6 room and one
9 room residence on N. Oregon. Tur-
l ner & Davis.
OFFICES FOR RENT Suite of two
on second floor of new Herald build
ing, facing San Franclsc St.: modern
conveniences. Price $25, including
janitor service, steam heat, electric
lights, etc. Apply fnr particulars to
Agent, Herald building. Room 326.
For Sale Furniture.
FURNITURE) Highest prices paid for
2nd -hand furniture. Bell 266: Auto. 2066.
FOR SLE Four heating stoves, gas
grate; also small folding bed. Call S05
N. El Paso Bell phone 2141.
3IY HOUSEHOLD GOODS, consisting of
bed, table, chairs, rug. etc.. in storage
Here, must be sold In one day. See me
Friday, Nov. 18. at El Paso Trunk
factory office. E. H Whitton.
FOR SALE 6 heating stoves. 1 china
closet, 1 big base burner, 2 nice dining
room tables. 3 box lounges, rugs and
t cnairs, anu .Kimuen equipment aim
dishes nearly all new. 335 W. Mis
For Sale Houses.
MODERN four room house for sale on
southeast corner Arizona St.; furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 3119.
FOR SALE A 4 room brick house
with outhouses, on 2 corner lots: must
sacrifice at once. Bell phone 3032.
FOR SALE BY OWNER Three brick
houses renting for $62.50 per month,
for $6000; half cash, balance 1, 2 and 3
years. This is the biggest snap In El
Paso if you -want good paying real es
tate. Apply B. A. Booth, 419 E. Over
Horses, Vehicles, Etc.
FOR SALE Horse, harness and two
seated trap, top. $85. Bell 2608.
GOOD HORSE AND BUGGY for sale
cheap. 3508 Alameda St.
FOR SALE Six fine large horses from
7 to 9 years old, sound, weight from
1700 to 1885 pounds; suitable for heavy
drayage. Inquire of A. Courchesne, 318
Herald building.' between 9 and 10 a. m.
Cattle, Hogs, Etc.
LIVESTOCK FOK SALE.
1000 each, 1, Z, Z and 4 year old stoera.
300 to 1500 cows.
300 to 2000 stock cattle.
Registered and thorougnbred bulls
for sale; also horses and mules.
SVe buy and sell all kinds of llTe
Etock. PITMAN LIVESTOCK CO.
223 Trust Bulldine. Auto. Phone 206S
For Sale Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE Second hand upright pi
ano, good as new. "Kohler & Camp
bell" make; a bargain. Address C. H.
C. care Herald.
THOROUGHBRED IRISH TERRIER
bitch for sale. Most intelligent and
faithful of all dogs. Took first pre
mium El Paso dog show. A great bar
gain if taken quicklj-. $10. Frqncls E.
Lester. Mesilla Park, N. M.
FOR SALE: A new Mandy Le Incu
bator, only used two hatches; also
Rhode Island Red chickens. Phone
3577. 3625 La Luz St. J. A."Gumm.
SOLDIERS' ADDITIONALS , and all
kinds of land scrip for sale; every
niece guaranteed. J. R. Ciilders, El
FOR SALE CHEAP One fine full dress
suit nearly new; extra white dress
vest and dress muffler; coat about 36
bust, trousers 32x32: cost $80; too
small for owner. Phone Beil 3169.
FOR SALE Fine chickens, pair thor-
oughbred White Rocks. .Phone -U34.
FOR S VLE Thoroughbred Rhode
Island Reds: 2S hens and 2 fine year
ling cocks; $40 for the lot; will sell all
or part. Phone 1321. 919 N. ElPasoSt.
For Sale or Exchange. .
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 iQcatlon. Au
nly 418 Caples Bldg., or phone 894 L.
Salesrooms 216 Mills St. Phone 677.
CHIMNEY SWEEP Stoves set up and
repaired. Bell 431 X. Auto. 1367.
M. CLUGSTON, TAXIDERMIST Leave
orders at 404 N. Oj"egon. Phone 3107.
GOOD PRACTICAL NURSE Chronic
cases preferred. 60S N. Oregon St.
SPECIAL NOTICE Before leaving
town sell your furniture and clothing
for a good price V the El Paso store.
400 El Paso St. Lell 3491: Auto. 2491.
CLOTHING Highest prices paid for
2nd hand clothing, shoes, hats, and
ladies' clothing. Bell 266; Auto. 2066.
DEAD CATTLE, HORSES AND MULES
taken away free except Sundays.
Phones Bell 74. Auto. 13S3. Victor BloL
VPHOLSTERIXG, furniture repairing
and packing of household goods. 345
Myrtle Ave. Bell phone 752; Auto.
3IORE POPULAR THAN EVER Spieh
ler's Select Lily of the Valley Perfume.
It is just like the flower. Ask for free
sample at Fred Schaefer's Drug store,
EL PASO BOTTLE AND JUNK CO.,
1505 San Antonio. Dealers In old Iron,
rubber, copper, brass, zinc, lead, bot
tles, sacks and bones. Auto. 16S2.
BILLY SMITn. EX-CHIEF DETEC
TIVE, is prepared to undertake all
general detective work entrusted to
iilm by corporations, banks and private
individuals: best of reference given.
All correspondence strictly confidential.
Address P. O. box 861. ,
NOTICE. 1 have taken over the au
tomobile repair business at Bronson's
old stand, corner Mills -and Campbell
Sts.. where I will endeavor to give
honest service for casn. A share of
vour work is solicited. F. D. Ort.
COME AND GET your winter supply
of apples while they -are cheap.Phone
1375 L. 225 S. Stanton. C. Coffey.
CALIFORNIA CUT FLOWERS fresh
every day in front Esther Allen's
Hairdressing store, Banner block. Mesa
Wanted to buy and sell all kinds of
second band furn'ture and clothing.
Best prices paid for everything.
The WeKtcrn Furniture Co.
406 S. ,E1 Paso. Bell 1482; Auto. 1S41.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders and board of directors of
the El Paso & Southwestern Railroad
company, of Texas, will be held in the
city of El Paso at the offices of the
company on Monday, December 12,
1910, at 10 oclock a. m.
.UOAEY TO LOAN on anything of
value: salaries bought.
Ford Cotteu, 209 CapLes.
D. D. DRAKE,
Financial Broker, now In permanent
101 ROBERTS-BANNER BLDG.
Money advanced to salaried people;
lowest terms; strictly confidential. E.
K. Seamands, manager.
MONEY AT 5 PERCENT on easy terms.
city and farm loans. Payable at any
THE JACKSON LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
209 Caples Bldg. El Paso. Tex.
MONEY TO LEND AT 5 PERCENT
From $100 up to $125,000 loan to
be returned in monthly payments of
J9.66 on each $1000 borrowed. This
makes the loan cost you In Interest
$2.16 per month, $25.92 per year, or
$271.65 for 10 and a half years. Total
expense of $1000 loan for the entire
time $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 home. Our
monthly payments of interest decrease
each year. This is a great advantage.
Compare our Interest rate .nd terms
to any other company's, then rake the
best. Our capital, $500,000; reserve
fund, $915,000. We also write the best
fire insurance at the best rate. Agents
wanted for both.
THE STANDARD HOME CO.,
318-20 Herald Bldg., El Pno. Texas.
Auto. 1354. Bell 1111.
Directory of Osteopathy.
A complete directory of the licensea
Osteopaths of El Paso, recognized by
the State and American Osteopathic
J. J. Pearce, D. O., 615 N. Oregon.
H. F. Wright, D. O., M. D.. 214
Leslye Hyde, D. O., S14 Mesa.
Flora Satterlee, D. O., Herald Bldg.,
Nettie Satterlee. D. O., Herald Bldg.,
SPANISH P. J. Gonzalez, Lincoln
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
A boarding and day school. 1111
1115 Terrace St., Sunset Heights.
SPANISH Practical business Spanish
quickly learned by our simpie, thor
International Business Collesre,
Bell 1147. Auto 112S.
WATCHES CLEANED .10c; mainsprings
50c: $1.00 pwt. for old gold. Denver
Jewelry Co.. corn er, 2 0 1 E lPa s oS t.
MAKER OF SLITS, eveniner and re
ception gowns. Miss Johnston, 601
Mesa. Phone 3709.
FOX TYPEWRITER J. H. Hurxthal,
404 N. Oregon St., Southwestern agent.
TYPEWRITER & OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Desks. Filing Cases, Metal Furniture.
421 Mesa Ave. Bell 832; Auto. 1S32.
Directory of Osteopathy.
DR. A. T. STILL OSTEOPATHIC IN
FIRMARY. From Kirksville, Mo., Founder of Oste
opathy. President American School of Osteo
pathy. Dr. Ira W. Collins, Physician-in-Chief.
President National Osteopathic
Consulting Physicians. Staff Opera
tors. Dr. Aurelia Burk,
Dr. Grace Parker,
Dr. Paul Collins,
All graduates of Dr. A. T, Still's
Osteopathic School, at Kirksville, Mo.
The only recognized Osteopaths now
in El Paso.
Rest were compelled to take out
Lina D. Collins. Secy, and Treasurer.
201 Went Missouri Street,
El Paso. Texas.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EL
That the City Clerk be and hereby is
directed to advertise for bids for the
construction of a pavement on West
Missouri and Gladstone streets, from
the Intersection of the west line of
North Oregon street to the east line
of Putnam street.
Said pavement in all respects to con
form with the specifications therefor
prepared by the City Engineer, and
now on file in his office, which said
specifications have been approved bv
this council. Said advertisement shall
appear in each Issue of the .official
paper which appears during the ten
(10) days prior to the 25th day of No,
vember, 1910. All bids must be sealed
and each be accompanied by a certi
fied check in the sum of One Thousand
Dollars ($1000). payable to the Mavor
of the City of IA Paso, and which shall
become the property of the city in the
event that the bidder, if successful,
does not within ten (10) days of the
acceptance of his bid, enter into a
contract with the City of El Paso to
complete said pavement in accordance
with said specifications within four
(4) months from the time of the sign
ing of the contract. All bids must be
filedv with the City Clerk on or before
ten (10) oclock a. m., the 25th day of
The City of El Paso reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Passed and approved this, the 10th
day of November, 1910.
C. E. KELLY.
Attest: s Mayor.
C. W. Fassett.
Tucson, Arizona, Nov. 17th. 1910.
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 50 of the Session Laws of
the Territory of Arizona. 1909, ap
proved March 15, 1909. sealed bids will
be received at the office of the City
Recorder In the city hall, city of Tuc
Suii. Arizona, up to 4 oclock p. m.
Wednesday, November 30th, 1910, for
the cost of macadamizing
Pennington street from Main street
to Toole avenue.
Also for treating the surface of the
macadam with an asphaltic or bitumin
ous base oil; also for the paving of
said street with a bltulithic paving.
All bids to be submitted to state price
per lineal foot; width of roadwav being
All in the city of Tucson. Pima coun
ty, Arizona, proposed macaaamizing to
Include all earth necessary to be han
dled for the removing, cutting and
filling throughout said street between
property lines necessary to bring sur
face of same to the official grade as
adopted bv the city authorities and
provided for this purpose.
All work to be completed within 60
days from the date of awarding con
tracts. A satisfactory bond In the sum of
twice the amount of the contracts will
be required from the successful bid
ders. A certified check in the sum of ($200)
Two Hundred dollars, must accompany
Payment and enforcement thereof
shall be as provided In Chapter 2, Title
XI. of the Revised Statutes of 1901. af
ter inspection of the work performed
by the Street Committee and City En
gineer and acceptance by the Mayor
and Common Council. '
The right is reserved to reject any
and all bids. Plans and specifications
are on file in the office of the City En
gineer to which reference is hereby
Done by order of the Mayor and i
oniinun council oi tne uity or Tucson.
Wm. J. Liiidenfeld.
Recorder and Ex-Officio City Clerk.
For Sale Real Estate.
P4RTIAL LIST OF BARGAINS FOR
Here is the opportunity you have
been waiting for. ' We are subdividing
a large tract of the finest land In lower
valley and are going to put it on the
market in 5 acre tracts. Land is in
alfalfa and will pay good interest on
investment from date of first payment.
Here Is our plan:
Five acres of fine fertile land, under
irrigation ditch at Ysleta with water
rights, which will produce 5 tons of
alfalfa per acre. At $200 per acre. $100
.down and balance $25 monthly. Let us
stop and figure a moment. 5 tons per
acre 25 tons on 5 acres at $10 per ton.
(it is worth $16 today, but we want to
be conservative), is $250 or 25 percent
on your investment, and you have the
income from the land Xrom the date of
your first payment. The land will
without question be worth twice this
price in five vears and will have paid
for itself by that time. This is the
best chance for the small investor you
can find on the market today.
We also have 47 acres near An
thony, most all in alfalfa, good house,
well and water rights. Land in fine
state of cultivation, adjoins ranch
which sold for $200 per acre. For the
snap price of $119 per acre.
43 acres at Anthony, 23 in alfalfa,
balance in wheat. Two houses on land
$85 per acre.
18 acres at Anthony, fine state cf
cultivation. A very choice tract $95
per acre. ONLY $1000 down, balance
MATHEWS-CHAMPLIN REALTY CO.,
117 N. Stanton St., El Paso.
A BKALTD7'UL HOME IN MUNDT
HEIGHTS ADDITION FOR SS400.
Has 9 large rooms, 2 story red
pressed brick. Faces the Mundy Park
and has a frontage of 65 feet. Hot
water heat, full basement with ce
ment floors; two bath rooms, large
sleeping porch, servant's room, etc
This Is an ideal home and has most
desirable exposure. Is situated in a
restricted district with paved streets
and sidewalks. This is an exceptional
bargain. "We can give most liberal
We have a most desirable proposi
tion on the corner of South El Paso
and Fourth Sts. 25x120 feet of
ground. Price $6500; terms 1-3 cash,
balance 1 and 2 years.
A modern 6 room coitage In most
desirable locality. This house is new
and most desirable otherwise. Price
$4250; liberal terms.
An uptodate 5 room modern cot
tage on Roosevelt St. Price $3500.
Terms $500 cash, balance monthly In
stallments. BEHR A "WATTS.
We Write Fire In-uraace.
Money to Loan.
City National Bank BuIIdiBgT.
114 Plonee-r Plaza.
ARIZONA & NEW 3IEXICO RAILWVY
7:10 Lv. Clifton Ar.
7:50 Lv. Guthrie Lv.
8:35 I Lv. Duncan g Lv.
9:55 Lv. Lordsburg Lv.
11:05 Ar. Hachita Lv.
South bound train nnnnrt-
t Southern Pacific westbound .train No.
j, leaving .L.orasDurg iu:o a. m.. moun
South bound train connects with El
Paso & Southwestern eastbound train
for El Paso, leavintr Haehlta at f-t
, p. m.. mountain time, and with west-
leaving Hachita at 11:10 a. m., moun
A. T. Thomson,
Traffic Manager. Clifton. Arizona.
Puzzle Picture j
When winter months confront a man
And frosts begin,
There is no void more awful than
An empty bin.
Find tlte coal xunn.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PIZZLE.
Right side down against back, v
'Use Herald Want Ads for
Your freight and furniture wo
Even great or very small;
So bear in mind we are at your
On Both Phones 2444.
All trains arrive and deoart from
Union depot, foot of San Francisco
street, except those of Mexico North
"ft estern. All arrivals and departures
given in El Paso, or mountain standard
AtchIion,-Topeka & Santa Fe.
No. 9, Arr. .daily from north 9:40 p.m.
ii- 9- T'v- da"5 for north.- 6:58 p.m.
5t- lb Arr- daIlv from north 6:55 p.m.
No. 22,-Lv. dally for north.. 8:45 a.m.
El Pao tfc Sonthivestera.
. CWestern Division.)
Mail and Express
Arrives daily 4:05 pm.
, "--- --...j - :ou a.nu
Arrives dally 7:2o a.m.
Xeaves daily g:10 p.m.
i iJiaaLcin .Livision.J
Arrives dally 6:03 a m.
Arrives daily 5:S5 p.m.
Golden State Limited. Eastbound
Arrives 12:20 p.m.
Departs 2:45 p.m.
Arrives 3;5o p.m.
Through Passenger and Mail
Arrives tmo p.m.
Departs 8:00 a.m.
GalvestOB.Harrfsbnrg: & San Aatealn.
Leaves daily 7:00 p.-n.
Arrives dally 7:30 a.m.
California Fast Ma17 '
I Arrives "aallv -- t-nn - --
(Leaves dally 10:55 pim.
uoiaen &rate juimitea. westbound
Arrives 3:50 pm.
Departs ....400 p.m.
Arrives dally 600 t.m.
Leaves dally :20 a.m.
Arrives 6:10 p.m.
Departs 8:20 a.m.
Arrives daily 11:40 p.m.
Leaves daily - s-30 p.m.
National RaUvrais" of Mexico.
Mall and Express
Arrives daily 7-?3 a.m.
Leaves daily 6:35 p.m.
Mexico North Western.
South bound, leaves Juarez
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at i:f p.m.
Arrives from south Tues-
dav;. Thursdays and Sat
urdays, at .'. 6-00 prn.
ROSWELL AUTO CO- ROSWELL, N. M.
Carrying the U. S. mail anl passen
gers between Vaughn. N. M. and Ros
well. N. M. connecting w tn th F.T,
JPASO & SOUTHWESTERN and ROCK
iiL..2iU -KAJJUKUAD5. and the ATCHI
SON, TOPEKA : SANTA FE RAIL
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 S p. m.
Baggage allowance 50 "bs. to each
regular ticket. Excess baggage at the
rate of $5 per 100 lbs.
Special automobPc-s furnished to ae-
j commodate any number pf passengers
to maKe special connections witn any
train at Vaughn, also to connect with
New Mexico Central ra'lroad at Tor
rance for Sanca Io, N. M. by com
municating with, manager of the Ros
well Auto. Co.. at Roswell. N. ML, at
least 24 hours in advance. Rae for
special. $40, to accommodate four or
less passengers to either noint
J. W. STOCKARD. Manager.