Monday, Xovember 21. 1910
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Rates for Classified Ads.
One cent per word. No
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 what
you want. The Herald boy -will collect
the next day.
Lost and Found.
LOST Sunday afternoon, small brown
lur neccpiece, eitner in Sunday school
parade or in tabernacle. Phone 3755.
LOST Gold lion's head bracelet, dia
mond In mouth and eyes; inscription
inside. "Bruce to Myrtle," and "Girlie."
Lost Wednesday night in El Paso or
Juarez. Return to 500 S. Ochoa St.,
end receive reward.
Help Wanted Male.
WAXTED Delivery boy with bicycle.
Botter Drug Co.
BOX WASTED for store work. David
Lerner. 207 San Antonio. ,
WANTED Boy for grocery. One that
lenows East El Paso streets, with
wheel preferred. 2200 Myrtle Ave.
"WANTED Ten firstclass carpenters;
-winter's work. Apply Jno. W. Mc
Quade, Ft. Bayard. N. M.
"WANTED Man with experience to
cook and keep house for two bachelors
and small boy; give references. Must
be firstclass cook. Salary $40 per mo.
T "W. Barker, box 13. L,as Cruces, N. M.
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 immedlate
ly. 17. T. School Con. Co.. Los Angeles.
EMPJLOY3IENT OFFICTE Phone 14S6.
EOS X. Kansas.
WANTED Toung men to learn tele
graphy for Immediate service; situation
sure. Dallas Tele. College, Dallas. Tex.
WANTED Billing and shipping clerk,
with knowledge of bookkeeping, give
reference. Address S72.
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" ara ALL
persons whom we have served. We
furnish "ALL CLASSES OF LABOR."
PALL &. MITCHELL, EMPLOYMENT.
201 San Francisco St P. O. Box 959.
Help Wanted Female.
"WANTED Xurse girl.
WANTED -Young lady cashier. Hotel
WANTED English speaking chamber
maid, colored preferred. Over Happy
Hour theater, room 9. Phone 3733.
WANTED Ladj' canvassers, $5 to $10
a day. Every lady needs it Address
r.62. Herald office.
WANTED A firstclass saleslady to
take charge of ladies readytowear de
partment Address Berenstein Bros.,
Silver City, X. M.
WANTED Roommate, business woman
preferred; 45 rooms close In. M., Her
SPANISH GENTLEMAN would ex
change lessons with American lady or
gentleman; speaks some English.
Write 19. care Herald.
WANTED Xursing by experienced
nurse; confinement Phone 2651.
CONCRETE SUPERINTENDENT Ex-
pert In concrete and reinforced con
crete construction, wants employment
Best references. Will go anywhere.
Room 20. Hotel Zeiger.
WANTED Position as assistant book
keeper or any responsible clerical po
sition; can give reference as to ability
and character. Write O. 2S6, Herald.
WANTED Position as bookkeeper or
clerk in general store; 15 years ex
perience; firstclass refernces; country
or mining camp preferred. Address
A., Herald office.
YOUNG MAN, bookkeeper-stenographer,
English-Spanish, wishes positionr
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.
34 years experience and can deliver the
sroods. Address P. O. box 173. Trout. La.
CONTRACTORS, NOTICE An all
round construction foreman, railroad,
rock and concrete; technical education;
20 years' experience with contractors
and railroads; speaks Spanish, wants
employment Will go anvwhere; ref
erfnee5;. Room 30 Hotel Zeiger.
BICYCLE WANTED at 421 Mesa.
WANTED $1500 vendor's lien notes:
good city secured necessary. Address
box 7S8. or phone 599. 1
WANTED Gent's bicycle coaster
brake, good condition, cheap. Address
O. 343, care Herald.
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OdPP(mooYa choice (
Booms, Board, Etc.
H'KEEPIN Grooms 311 San Antonio.
FOR RENT Large nicelj- furnished
front robm, close in. Phone 1675.
FOR RENT Furnished room for 1 or
2 gentlemen. Apply 91S Magoffin Ave.
A LARGE FRONT ROOM downstairs,
elegantly furnished for sleeping;, bath,
lights and phone. $10 a month. 1324
Magoffin. Phone 1S48.
ROOM WITH BOARD 329 Prospect
GOOD BOARD IN SUBURBS Rooms
or tents. Mrs. T. H. Casey, Las Cruces.
NICELY furnished steam heated rooms
m business district. Kathryne Hotel,
110 S. Stanton.
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms, elec
tric light, gas. sleeping porch, base
ment Phone 3414 or call 900 Upson.
STEAM HEAT Elegantly furnished
rooms. Hotel Britton, 20S Texas St.
CHEAP 2 or 3 furnished housekeeping
rooms. 301 Putnam Ave.
FOR RENT Close in nicely furnished
room or suite with heat, running wai
ter and sleeping porch. 333 W. Mis
souri St. Phone 1626.
ROOMS AND BO VRD Housekeeping
suites, modern, $f.00 up. 1100 Texas.
TWO NICE light housekeeping rooms
with sleeping porch. 1011 Arizona.
FOR RENT Furnished room adjoining
bath, close in. Bell 1660.
FOR RENT Several exceptionally
well furnished rooms; steam heat and
all modern conveniences. 710 Mesa.
Phone 2084 M.
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 615 Mon
tana. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for
housekeeping; all conveniences. Phone
FURNISHED R003I 511 Arizona.
1 PLEASANT FRONT BEDROOM, large
1 closet bath adjoining, walking dls
; tance. Phone Auto. 1013; cheap to per
1 manent party.
FOR RENT 5 front hntisplvveninsr
rooms. 1013 X. Florence St Phone
FOR RENT A nice large room in pri
vate family; no sick. 1201 Hutton.
FOR RENT Two front rooms with
board. 201 E. Nevada.
HOTEL D. R. FRANCIS Front room
with bath to permanent party.
FOR RENT Furnished room.
Montana. Phone 2540.
FOR RENT Large room, suitable for
2 men. $12.00. 1212 X. ICansas St
TWO PLEASANT unfurnished rooms,
bath adjoining, good location; no
children or Invalids; reasonable. S09
N. Ochoa. Phone 1745.
FOR RENT Two light housekeeping
rooms, water, lights. Auto, phone. $15.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished room "for
rent in private family; close in. Phone
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT Pri
vate family. Bell phone 18S1.
FOR RENT Large front room for 1 or
2 gentlemen in private family. 815 X.
Campbell. Phone 2927.
THREE NICE furnished housekeeping
rooms with bath for rent Inquire at
S16 X. El Paso St
THE MYRTLE HOUSE Mrs. Mabel E.
Brooks, proprietress. Pleasant well
furnished rooms by day, week or mo.
345 Myrtle Ave. Bell phone 19"40 M.
FOR RENT Rooms, single and ea
suite. 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, 61U X. Kansas.
WHY PAY extravagant hotel rates?
The Ramona. GOS-610 V Rfanfnn inm
j like, economical, sanitary; ample bath
ing iacmties. .Kates 50c to 51 a day;
$2 to $6 week: S12 to t25 month.
GET A LIST OF ROOMS Housekeep
ing, bedrooms, apartments or houses, and
save the trouble of hunting them vour
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 vour
trunk free. Our list is complete.
THE ROOM DIRECTORY.
Bell 4S8; Auto. 1039. 207 Trust Bdlg.
Rooming Houses and Flats.
FOR SALE: 50 outside rooms, $2700;
easy terms. O. 123. care Heral d.
FOR SALE: Boarding house. 20 board
ers, 7 rooms full of roomers; quick
sale. A. B. C. Herald.
FOR SALE Rooming house of 23
rooms; close in; doing good business;
every modern convenience; selling on
account of other business. Address C.
L.. care Herald.
FOR SALE Best paying rooming
house in El Paso. 311 E. Missouri.
FOR JtENT New 4 room fiat, first
floor. Phone 2609.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY a rooming
house at your own price phone 1424
must sell on account of other business'
House paying, rooms full.
FOR SALE: Several good rooming
houses, well located. Prices from $4oo
to $1600. Hellberg & Blair, 418 Roberts-Banner
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FOR RENT 5 room cottage. Inquire
626 Prospect. Auto, phone 1617.
FOR RENT BY OWNER 5 room mod
ern cottage, 1411 Boulevard. $30 per
month. Applj' 1409 Boulevard.
FOUR ROOM BRICK HOUSE for rent
Hall and bath room. 3507 Fruta St..
East El Paso. Phone 3101.
BASEMENT UNDER HERAUD BLDG.
for rent. Suitable for barber shop or
restaurant, $35 per month. Apply to
Agent. Herald Bldg. Room 326.
FOR RENT Six room steam heated
apartment, also desirable 10 room
house, facing Cleveland Park. Phone
THREE ROOM HOUSE with bath,
large woodshed and place to keen
horse; 1 block from street car, 4 biocks
from E. P. & S. W. shops. $11. Call
2111 Bassett Ave.
FOR RENT Five unfurnished rooms,
modern improvements; one side of
double house near in, $20. Austin &
Marr, Caples building.
FOR RENT 8 room brick dwelling on
north side, with all modern conveni
ences; $37.50 per month. Apply to Haf
ford & Collier. 417 Mesa Ave.
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 fnr particulars to
icrnt Herald building. Room 326.
For Sale or Rent.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR SALE or
rnt 6 rooms, almost new. Phone
For Sale Houses.
FOR SALE: A 4 room brick house
with outhouses, on 2 corner lots: must
sacrifice at once. Bell phone 3032.
i HOME FOR SALE in best residence
district. S rooms on corner; small pay
ment and" terms to suit; owner leaving
town. Auto, phone 1747.
FOR SALE CHEAPV BY OWNER New
7 room 2 story red pressed brick resi-
I dence. fairly close in. If you will look
at this house you can't help but buy.
Unless you mean business do not an
swer this ad. R. 338, care of Herald.
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.
"WANTED Good span of horses, wa
gon and harness. Inquire Rex, room
12, Arlington hotel.
FOR SALE CHEAP Good spring wa
gon and harness. 520 E. Overland.
Cattle, Hogs, Etc.
FOR SALE Holstein Jersey cow and
calf. 1414 Brown St
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE.
1000 each, 1, 1, 3 and 4 year old steers.
200 to 1500 cows.
300 to 2000 stock cattle.
Registered and thorougnbrefl bulls
for sale; also horses and mules.
We buy and sell all kinds of live
stock. PITMAN LIVESTOCK CO.
223 Trust Building. Auto. Pftone 2065
25 VARIETIES thoroughbred poultry;
choice stock; heavy laying strains:
egg3 for hatching. Address Ideal
Poultry Farm, Alvln, Texas. Estab
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode
Island Red cockerels; pullets and hens.
Also brown Leghorn and common
hens; healthy stock. S. P. Weisiger,
1401 Arizona St Phone 3031.
For Sale or Exchange.
CLOSE IN LOTS to exchange for 5
room cottage. X., Herald.
WANTED TO SELL OR EXCHANGE a
twin baby carriage; good condition
nearly new. Writs N. 1602. Herald. '
TO TR IDE $30,000 hotel, paying big
lents, for southwest Texas land, live
proposition. Address Union Traders
Co., Norman, Okla.
A HOME TO TRADE My home in
Douglas, AriEona; value $2500. for Rio
Grande valley land, improved or raw
J. J. Jones, Magdalena. X. M.
VOR 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. Au--K-
-lis Caples Bldg.. or phone 894 L
For Sale Miscellaneous.
STOVES TO BURN Heaters from $1
up. Weiss, 215 S. Stanton. Bell 1238 X.
FOR SALE: Angora goats. Write for
particulars to T. J. Grover, Nutt. N. M.
FINE PHONOGRAPH with 16 records,
worth $45, for only $17.50. Weiss. 215
S. Stanton. Bell 123S X.
DIA MONDS BARGAIN.
One S stone brooch, one 3 stone ring,
one solitaire ring. Phone 3754.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred collie pups;
parents, prize winners; fine Christmas
present Phone 993, 2 black. P O
SOLDIERS' ADDITIONALS and all
kinds of land scrip for sale; every
pIgco guaranteed. J. 'R. Childers, El
For Sale Furniture.
FURNITURE: Highest prices paid for
2nd 'hand furniture. Bell 266; Auto. 2066.
FOR SALE One chair barber shop,
complete, at 315 Walnut St. La Rey
mera. Bassett addition.
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. 9 esas.
CARPETS CLEANED and lace curtains
a specialty. Phone 2154.
Salesrooms 21C Mills St. Phone 677.
CHIMNEY SWEEP Stoves set up and
repaired. Bell 431 X. Auto. 1367.
MAKE MONEY 50 cents for formula.
Box 224, Douglas, Arizona.
M. CLUGSTON, TAXIDERMIST Leave
orders at 404 N. Oregon. Phone 3107.
GOOD PRACTICAL NURSE Chronic
cases preferred. 60S N. Oregon St
SPECIAL NOTICE Before leaving
town sell your furaiture and clothing
for a good price t'j the El Paso store.
400 El Paso St. Lell 3491: Auto. 2491.
CLOTHING Hisrh2St Drtces nald for
i 2nd hand clothing, shoes, hats, and
t ladies clothing. Bell 266; Auto. 2066.
DEAD CATTLE, HORSES AND MULES
taken away free except Sundays.
Phones Bell 74; Auto. 1333. Victor Blot
UPHOLSTERING, furniture repairing
and packing of household goods. 345
Myrtle Ave. Bell phone 752; Auto.
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.
PASTURE FOR HORSES AND COWS.
Two wells. Plenty of good water.
Land close to town. Stock called for
and delivered. Address R. G. Ezzell,
Tobin, Texas, or J. S. Curtiss, Xewman,
BILLY SMITH, EX-CHIEF DETEC
TIVE, is prepared to undertake all
j general detective work entrusted to
I uim by corporations, banks and private
Individuals: best of reference given.
All correspondence strictly confidential.
J Address P. O. box 861.
1 . - , ,. . ...
Wanted to buy and sell all kinds of
second hand furn'ture and clothing.
Best prices paid for everything.
The Western Furniture Co.
406 S. El Paso. Bell 14S2; Auto. 1841.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders and board of directors of
theEl 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.
MONEY TO LOAN on anything of
value; salaries bought
Ford Cotten, 200 Caples.
"EASY MONEY'' ADVANCED.
To salaried people. Best rates. Confi
dential. D. D. DRAKE ,
201 Roberts-Banner Building.
31 ONE Y AT 5 PERCENT on easy terms,
city and farm loans. Payable at any
THE JACKSON LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
209 Caples Bldg. El Paso, Tox.
MONEY TO LEND AT 5 PERCENT
From $100 up to $125,030 loan to
be returned m monthly payments of
9.66 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 horn.. Our
monthly payments of Interest decrease
each year. Th'is is a great advantage.
Compare our Interest rate and terms
to any other company's, then take 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 H03D3 CO..
310-20 Herald Bldg., El Pnso, Texas.
Auto. 1354. Bell 1111.
Directory of Osteopathy.
A complete directory of the. licensed
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.. 814 Mesa.
Flora-.atterlee' D- O- Herald Bldg.,
JNettie Satterlee. D. O., Herald Bldg.,
WATCHES CLEAKn nn. ., io,, -;,,-
50c; $1.00 pwt for old gold. Denver
Jewelry Co., corner, 201 El Paso St
MAKER OF SUITS, evening and re
ception gowns. Miss Johnston, 601
Mesa. Phone 3709.
POX TYPEWRITER J TT TTnr-rthn!
404 N. Oregon St.. Southwestern agent
TYPEWRITER & OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Rebuilt typewriters. Roll top and Flat
top desks. 421 Mesa. Bell S32; A. 1832.
J. F. NUGENT, Clint Texas, land and
RLNICHOLS Roberts-Banner Bldg.
STORAGE El Papo Trunk Facco-y.
LOCAL MERCANTILE AGEJTtCl.
Reports and ratings on individuals,
collections. Member of the National
Assn. of Mercant.le Agencies.
HARRY PATEMAN, Mgr.
Room 17, Morehouse Block.
R. G. DUN & CO.,
MERCANTILE s REPORTS.
El Paso Office 501 Guaranty Trust
EL PASO REPORTING AGENCY iT
pues complete El Paso commercial re
EL PASO SCHOOL fsnTt ntmc
A boarding and day school. 1111
1115 Terrace St, Sunset Heights.
A KNOWLEDGE OF SPANISH Is now
recognized as a business f.i.;ntiai ritr-
. method is correct and speedy. Night
SPANISH Practical Dusiness Spanish
quickly learned by our simple, thor
International Business College,
Bell 114,7. Auto. 1129.
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 thA w.f Una
North Oregon street to the east line
j of Putnam street
Said pavement In all respects to con
form with the specifications thf.refor
prepared by the City Engineer, and
now on file in his office, which said
specifications have been approved by
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 Mayor
of the City of El 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
filed 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,
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. Mealed bids will
be received at the office of the City
Recorder In the city hall, city of Tuc
son. Arizona, up to 4 oclock p. m.
Wednesday, November 30th, 1910, forn
tne cost or 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 bitullthic paving.
All bids to be submitted to state prico
per lineal foot; width of roadwav being
All In the city of Tucson. Pima coun
ty, Arizona, proposed macadamizing to
Include all earth necessary to be nan
died 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 by 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 th 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
Common Council of the City of Tucson.
Wm. J. Lindenfeld.
Recorder and Eic-Offlcio City Clerk.
Directory of Gsteonathy.
UK. A. T. STILL OSTEOPATHIC IN
FIRMARY. From Kirksville, Mo., Founder of Oste
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.
For Sale Real Estate.
1200 choice Angora Goats, fine range,
with spring and dwelling house, and
improvements. 12 miles trom Willeox,
in Winchester mountains.
500 head of cows.
400 head range cattle, and 320 acres
500 head range cattle and 168 acres
Both ranches improved.
1000 acres deeded land improved. In
Sulphur Springs valley, in lots to suit
175 acres deeded land improved in
Greer county, Oklahoma.
Some valuable relinquishments in
Sulphur Springs valley.
60 head mules, weanlings, one's and
L V. McCOTJRT, -Real
Estate and Brokerage,
McGHEE REALTY CO.,
Our Specialty Is
PERGY McGHEE, Manager.
ARIZONA & NEW MEXICO RAILWAY
COMPANY. Passenger Service.
7:10 Lv. Clifton Ar. J
i ;ou xjv. liutnrie Lv
8:35 I Lv. Duncan Lv.
9:55 Lv. Lordsburg Lv.
11:05 Ar. Hachita Lv.
South bound train Mnnocfs
Southern Pacific westbound train No.
l, leaving iorasDurg 10:20 a. m., moun
South bound train connects with EI
Paso & Southwesternveastbound train
for El Paso, leaving Hachita at 12:35
. in., iuuu.ilu.iii time, anu witn west
bound train for Douglas and BIsbee.
leaving iacnita at 11:10 a. m., moun
A. T. Thomson,
Traffic Manager. Clifton. Arizona.
1 ' itrt . .
The hunter missed Yet you'll agree
At which he missed jhat plainly ne
.. C. lan"uase hot- , "as a game loser.
rind nts doar.
ANSWER TO SATURDAY'S PUZZLH
Left side down Instwccn two.
Use Herald Want Ads f 02
Your freight and furniture we
Even great or very small:
So bear in mind we are at your
On Both Pkoaea 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, Topeka & StLata Fe.
- 9, Axr. daily from north 9:40 o.m.
El Paso & Southwestern.
,, . (Western Division.)
: -nan ana express
Arrives daily 4:05 v.m.
Leaves daily 7:50 J
I Drummers Special
j Arrives daily 7:20 m.
Leaves daily ..I! 8:10 5S
,, (Eastern Division.)
! The Californian
t A TTlrr. i3nll ..
r co uo.ii ... K-r-CX o m
Departs daily S:25 p.m.
Golden State Limited, Eastbound
Arrives i2:20 p.m.
A"ves - 3:50 p.m.
Through Passenger and Mail
Arrives 7:4a p.,.
Departs 3:ort ,-utn.
Galvcston.Harrlsburar & Saa Aatttaie.
Leaves dally 7;00 p m.
Arrives daily 7:30 aim.
California Fast Mall
Arrives daily 4:00 a.ro.
Leaves daily 10:55 p.m.
Golden State Limited. Westbound
Arrives 3:50 psi.
Departs 4:00 p.m.
Sunset Limited ' - '
Arrives daily 5:00 p.m.
Leaves dally, g;20 a.nu
Arrives 5:12 p.m.
Departs 6:53 a.m.
Texas & Pacific.
Arrives daily 11:40 p.m.
Leaves daily 630 p.m.
National Railways f Mexico.
Mail and Express
Arrives daily 7?5 a.m.
Leaves daily 6:35 p.m.
3IcxIco North Western.
South bound, leaves Juarez
Mondavs. Wednesdavs nnrl
i Fridays at 1:00 t.ttl
Arrives from south Tues
days, Thursdays and Sat
urdav5. at 5-00 nm.
ROSWELL AUTO CO ROSWELL, X. M.
Carrying the U. S. mall anJ passen
gers between Vaughn, N. ML. and Ros
well. N. M. connecting w'rn the EL
PASO & SOUTHWESTERN and ROCK
ISLAND RAILROADS, and che ATCHI
SON. TOPEKA & SANTA FR Ratt
Leave "Vaughn at S:30 a. m.. arrive in
Roswell at 3:30 p. m.
Leave Roswell at 12:30 p. m., arrive
in Vaughn at 6 p. m.
Baggage allowance 50 "bs. to arVh
j regular ticket Excess bag-gage at the
iaic ui vo v J-jv luo.
Special automobilfes furnished to ac
commodate any number of passengers
to make special connections with any
train at Vaughn, also to connect with.
New Mexico Central ra'lroal at Tor
rance tor Sanza I-e.i N. M bv com.
j municatlng with manager of tbo Ros
well Auto, uo., at io well. N. M., at
least 24 htiurs in advance. Rate for
special. $40, to accommodate four or
less passengers to either noint.
J. W. STOCK A RD. Mr.najcer.
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