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EL PASO HERJ
Tuesdar, Julr 2, 1912
DEVELOPMENT
2?S
E DEVELOPMENT
FOR PEGOS FIELD
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New $600,000 Company Buys
Property and Starts
Irrigation Scheme.
We have a nice line of large U. S. Flags, prac-
fi'nollir 11PW. PrifiPS VP1V TTlOflPTQo A fl -rll "l4-
you a lifetime. Every family should have one, be- i
Tuttle Paint and Glass Coa
Ben Phone 206 210-212 K. Stastcn Anto Phona 1208
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WHERE SHALL I SPEND MY SUMMER OUTING?
"A Few Suggestions About the Famous Spots for Your Summer Outing"
T,he following announcements of Calijorma's Hotels. Sanitariums, Health and Summer Resorts will solve your vaca
tion problem. Literature and valuable mformation will be furnished at our Free Information Bureau or by writmg direct
me ENCHANTING ISLt
of we PACIFIC
SPECIAL EVENTS
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JULY4T
BE SUIIE AD BE VT AVU.OX
FOR THE FOLRTII.
GRAXD FIREWORKS DISPLAY
XIGUT OF JILY 3rd.
Tachtins. launch rides, and water
sports -will be enjoyed throuph
oift the Fourth. Goat hunting,
mountain coachlns and climbing,
tennis, golf, swimming, deep sea
fishing Concerts every evening
by the Santa Catalina Island
Marine Band.
CVT ILINA IS XOTED THE
"WORLD 01"ER FOR ITS COOL.
DRY 3IARIXE CLI3IATE. ITS
VIGHTS BREVG PERFECT REST.
Plentv of accommodations at
ISLAND VILLA AND TENT CITT
Good Hotels. m
BUT YOUR TICKETS DIRECT
TO AVALON.
BAA A IX U CUn
Pacific Electric
Bldg- Los An
geles Cal.
S v S. Pacific Electric H
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"THE CEXTER OF ALL SCM3IER AT
TRACTIONS AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES."
LONG BEACH, CALIF.
LEAVE NOW AND SPEND THE FOURTH
AT THE -SOUTHLAND'S
Host magniflicent fireproof hostelry Many
speclal features on the fourth. Ask your
agent for the special rates direct. Beauti
ful wide cool verandas, spacious grounds
Delightful surf bathing, yachting, fishing,
motoring, tennis, golf, horseback riding.
Mammoth Bath House, and every outdoor
sport and enjoyment. Long Beach offers
the vacation seeker a delightful cool drv
summer climate. Write at once for special
family rates to Carl Stanley, Manager.
SPEND THE FOURTH OF JULY' AND YOUR VACATION WHERE THE
COOL SEA BREEZES ALWAYS BLOW.
BEACH CALIFORNIA
c"Tf?.,N;PrS?T.5AS, IN THE WORLD" THE CENTER OF ALL
SUMMKR ATTRACTIONS. Home of the Famous Hotel Virginia, and
Largest Battle Creek Sanitarium In West Plenty of cottages, apait
ments and hotel accommodations. Season promises to be larger than
ever Many additional amusements will be noted this summer Golf
tennis, fishing, surf bathing, motoring, horseback riding, mammoth bath
house, str&nd, quiet retreats, moving picture theatres, long pleasure oier
?5r,st.res- moderate prices. PACK YOUR TRUNK AND LEAVE AT
SESSxTJ?,Ein:SJ2S??LIGH'rFl:L RESORT IN THE SOUTHLAND
TOR FURTHER PARTICULARS Write R. L. Bisby, Secretary, Chamber of
Commerce, Long Beach.
"
HOTEL KOSSLYiy
Q
SPEXD THE 3IOTH
OF JULY AT
Beautiful
m&Bk Stratford Inn
--3 35? delightfully situated
&"' Vs at DEL MAR
on Santa Fe between Los An
geles and San Diego. Equable
summer climate Every out
door soort and amusement.
Fine Golf Course, tennis. Surf
Bathing, fishing etc, mam-,
moth Bath House Cool out-?fl
side rooms, excellent cuisine
THE AUTOISTS DELIGHT.
Special summer rates WriteJ
Frank Cummings, Mgr
Pico Heights Hotel
1310 Vermont St., Los Angelen.
Where you feel perfectly at home.
The best home cooking, modern con
veniences, large airy rooms and sps
cious porches. Rates 35 to $45 per
month. Including room and board.
Address communications.
L. 31. DIVINES, Mgr.
To reach Hotel, take Pico Heights car.
CM.13nr nsrhstcstr-
ts.jm BBrQBaugA. nuuoic
sxaSawmr
SANTA BARBARA.CAL
Located In a tropical park ot 30
acres facing the Santa Barbara Chan
nel, the nio&t delightful combination
of Reach scd Mountains tc be found in
California. Average minimum temper
ature for June. July and August -4,
maximum 71 with summer sunshine
every day.
All the milk, cream, vegetables, poul
try, squabs, eggs and a great portion
of the meat is-produced on the Potter
Iiir b under the most sanitary condi
tions possible. ,
Special rates for children and" r -ties
spending 30 days or more.
Procure your ticket direct.to Santa
Barbara.
European plan iRates most rea
sonable Room with detached both from $1.00
Room with private bath from J2.00.
American plan if you prefer.
MILO M. POTTER
e
(FIREPROOF)
C23 West Fifth St..
LOS VNGELES, CAL.
California's finest Apartment House.
very centrally located
Roof gardens, sun parlors, social balls.
Eiery Modcra Accommodation.
Write for Further Information.
EUROPEAN. 75c to 82.50
IMERICAN, 81.75 TO S3.00
FREE AUTO BUS
MEETS All TRAINS
iTO LET: 1000 APARTMENTS
i For famihes-COMPLETELY FURNISHED FOR
j HOUSEKEEPING - BETTER THAN HOTEL
1 LIFE MORE COMFORT-LESS EXPENSE
'spotlessly clean, cooleit, most homelike, large
! grounds, all locations. Only $10 to $90 monthly.
No carfare. T. WIESEND ANGER
403 W. Sisth Street, Los Angeles, Cal.
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Lct" tfatSHfir nr Ti TJFrTfTiTrr?
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EUROPEAN, GOc TO 82.00
LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA ' '
Pecos, Tex., July 2- The Jlount
castle Land and Irrigation company of
Pecos. Fort Worth and Chicago, has
been Incorporated at Austin, Texas, the
capital stock being $600,000, making
the new concern one of the largest to
enter the Pecos irrigated field. The
incorporators are G. C Mountcastle and
R. I. Merrill, of Fort orth, and Sol
Meyer, of Denver, Colo The , three
named together with Emanuel E. Ed
wards. Walter S. Eosenbaum. bred Uhl
man and A. R. Frank, all of Chicago.
111., make up the board of directors.
Joseph Rosenbaum is the heaviest
stockholders, holding $250,000 of the
stock, but is not a member of the di
rectorate. This is the biggest piece of irrigation
development to occur in many months
in the Pecos field. Recently the com
panj purchased the entire holdings of
the Giffin Orchard Co., located near
Tojanale terminus of the Pecos Val
le Southern railroad.
Work has already started developing
the projected water supply. Sol Meyer,
of Dener, one of the incorporators and
thp man who Is slated for the general
management of the corporation, arrived
in Pecos this week and left immediately
for Toyahvale. Henr Gerhase, resi
dent engineer of the corporation, ar
rived in Pecos Saturday. He stated the
Virsi work would be to perfect the
present available water supply, and
to this end the workmen hae already
started work grubbing the willow trees
near the banks of the creek and springs
acquired by the company. Borings
ha've been started to determine the ex
tent of the shallow water In the vicin
ity of the headwaters. A huge dredge
pump has been purchased and a boat
is being built to accommodate It; a
50-horse power gasoline engine has
been ordered for power purposes. The
company expects to greatly enlarge the
present water supply and to carry on
a piece of development heretofore never
attempted south of Colorado.
BIG SPRINGHAS A
HOME BUILDING- BOOM
' wiMypwTg
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We Are Now Receiving ur New
S4lr . fi-f Baseba15 Goods, Crog.net Stte, Hamiaoeka, lennii
vSIUlA Wfi Rackets and Balls, and alao have a good supply of
firearms and ammunition.
SbeUon-'Fa.yne Arm C.
OVjJRLAND and EL PASO STREETS.
Tell These People What You
SffiiiWani They Will
Respond Promptly
ffiffjiffi $??
Bell 608 & 629.
A. E JiYAN & CO.
iiSTS Auto 1068.
OPEN ALL NIGHT. 212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
Telephone Building, Dam
aged by Fire, Is Be
ing Prepared.
Big Springs, Tex., July 2. R. D. Mat
thews has let the contract for the
erection of three large residences In
the eastern part of the city.
A move is on foot to start up the
creamery again.
Work is being rushed o the reopen
ing of the telephone office, which was
put out of business on account of the
fire.
A brick building 25x50 fet has been
erected just north of the Big Spring
Ice and Manufacturing company, which
will be used by the company for a
machine shop and storage room.
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Bell Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Ants
1034 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1S80
We Store Goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza.
nan m retail GROCERIES VH0LESALE Auto 1271
Kail Orders Gives Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Oreilaaa St.
ELL'S TRANSFER
Backs, Baggage, Livery and Boarding; Storage, Warehouse; liht and Hesvy
Hauling; Horse Shoeing, General Ebcksmitning, Ckrriag & Painting Shop.
fl'S T
To haul your baggage or move you. Storage and packing by careful men.
BELL 1054. ATJTO 1955.
250 Itooma.
Center of City
BALTIMORE HOTEL
LOS ANGELES. CAL. ,
Fireproof. New Free Auto Bck
Texas Headquarters. Rates $1.00. J1.C0, S2.00.
BALTIMORE HOTEL GO:,
Hess & Colopy, Props.
The ELYRIA
Apartments
ipll is 'iiP-
FIGHTING FOURTH
NOW AT HUACHUCA
1233 Trenton;
Pico A. Figueroa,
bus Angeles.
Just open
!4 apartments,
. 3 & 4 rooms
Modern. Sanitary kitchens and baths
Spacious ball-room. Private phones ,
Special summer rates, $25 upwards.
Within walking distance of center of
city 5 car lines. J. P. Transue. Prop
FIFTH AND OLIVE STS LOS AAGELES
Overlooking beautiful Central Parle Every modern ac
commodation, furnished for absolute comfort; large lob
bies and private parlors. Special summer rates.
B. F. OREEN, Mgr.
IF YOU LEAA E EL P VSO BY 7:10 YOU CAS ENJOY THE IXVIGOR VTIXG COOL
SE V BREEZES FROM THE WIDE OPEX TERR VCE OF
BEVL-IFUL
CORONADO BEACH CAL
"The Brentwood"
1020 W. PICO ST.
LOS AAGELES, CAL.
(Just Opened.)
Easily accessible to shopping district,
theaters, etc., furnished - and 3 room
apartments, modern. Hotel service,
special summer rates. Write for in
formation. 3Irt. Etta Johnston.
HOTEL ANTLERS
421-423 AEST 4TH ST., LOS ANGELES
Right in the center of things. Shop
P'ng district, banks, churches and
places of amusements within easy
walking distance. Room per day 75c
Up, by the week, 4.00 up.
THE FOLLOWING VFTERXOON AT 5:20
CORON VDO IS XOTED THE WORLD 0 Ell FOR ITS KQL VBLE SIMMER
CLIM VTE.. From the wide cool verandas and spacious grounds of HOTEL, DEL.
CORONADO can be had an unequaled marine view, westward you overlook the
broad Pacific Ocean with its miles of ocean billows, that seem to shoulder one
another towards the setting sun; eastward the azure of delightful San Diego
Bay whose transparent waters delight those in quest of perfect canoeing, yacht
ing, launching and swimming. Guests have full privileges at FAMOUS
CORONADO COUNTRY CLUB maintaining the sportiest GOLF COURSE in the
country Polo Fields and other recreations Coronado offers countless amuse
ments and sports. Saddle Livery, Tank and Surf Bathing. Deep Sea Fishing
inps, acenic roaas ior motoring iiDSOiuteiv no mosquitoes or other annoying
insects. HOTEL DEL, CORONADO MAINTAINS THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF
CUISINE AND THOROUGHNESS OF SERVICE. FOR BOOKLET AND RATES
WRITE H. W WILLS. Manager.
For information pertaining to Tent City write J. S. HAMMOND. Mgr.
Coronado TENT CITY.
DALLY RECORD
Building Permits.
To J. C McElroy, to erect a four room
residence. Bliss street; estimated value
$2,000
To a D. Pallock, to build an addition
to residence, 04 Copper street; esti
mated cost $900.
To Victor Blot, jr., to erect garage.
Ninth and Chihuahua streets; estimat
ed cost $50.
Deeds Filed.
EI Paso county. Tex. Eli Nations to
L. W Nichols and John T. Price, lot
3i block 67 Nation's map of Tobin's ad
dition. Consideration ISO. Dec. 7.
1S08.
El Paso county. Tea.. EH Nations
to John T. Pierce, lots 7 to 9 block 89
Nation's map of Tobin's addition. Con
sideration $30. Dec 7, 1908.
El Paso county, Tex. L. W. Nichols
and John T. Pierce to H. E. Carter, lot
SS block 67, lots 43 tO45 block 90. lots
7 and S block 89 Nation's map of To
bin's addition. Consideration $270.
Mas 7. 1912.
El Paso count. Tex. Ell Nations
to L. W. Nichols, lots 43 to 45 block
50 Nation's map Tobin's addition. Con
sideration $30 Dec 9, lii t
Boulevard, between Octana and
ige strttts Peter Anderson and
Charles P. Anderson to Isabella Mar-
San Carlos
Apartments
743 SO. DURLIN'GTON', LOS ANGELES, CALir.
In the famous Wilshlre district, two blocks from West
lake Park. Just like home. Cool shady verandas, large
lobby with piano All outside airy rooms, private baths,
private 'phones. Take 7th or Sth St car. Prices reasonable
lust Opened. Furnished lor absolute summer oemfort-
THE YOUNG APARTMENTS
LOS ANGELES, CAL. (Fireproof Construction)
Beautifully situated at GRAND AVE. at 17th St.
Easily accessible to all beach car lines. Grand Avenue
cars pass door Close to shopping and business dis
trict. Spacious lobbies assembly rooms, billiard
parlor Two. three and four room suites furnished for
housekeeping with every modern convenience. An
Ideal summer home. Write R. L. CHAPIN, Prop.
tin, lots 7 and S. block 8. Tranklin
Heights. Consideration $2000. June
22, 1912
El Paso county, Tex. Lula Wood
man to A. C Ford and G. W. Scott,
section 13, block 24, public school land.
Consideration $6,400. June 26, 1912.
Licensed to WTed. -
Herman Treviso and Paula Lopez.
Y. Lopez and Refugio Delgdiblo.
Automobiles Licensed.
1005 W. B. Glardon, 317 Mills street,
five passenger Buick.
Births Girls.
To Mrs. Abraham Madrid, 614 Park
street: June 21.
To Mrs HVanlr Va.c. 7ftO "LTI11 .-n.
June 29. I
Illrthh Boys.
To Mrs. Harry Kiester. 132 Tobln i
To Mrs Cal in Alison, S06 North
Oregon street, June J5.
TELEPHONE PLANT
SOLD BY RECEIVER
Omaha, Neb.. July 2. The Indepen
dent Telephone companj's plant (autO'
matic) In Omaha, was sold at a receiv
er's sale yesterday for $995,000, the
Nebraska Telephone company (Bell)
being the purchaser.
The plant has been in operation six
years and was bonded for $2,400,000.
Los Angeles and Portland capitalists
being the bondholders. They will
realize about 25 percent on their
holdings. The Independent company
haW a floating indebtedness including
receiver's certificates of $400,000. about
$3onooo of which is a preferred claim.
The purchaser will take control, but
loi.u ..moiuls could not sav whether
the plant would be operated indepen
dcntlj of the local Bell sjstem.
Ill Douglas Maj. Dugaii Re
ceives Promotion to
Lieutenant Colonel.
Douglas, Aiiz July 2. The squad
.ron of the fourth cavalry, consisting of
troops A, B, C and D. .and" band, wnich
arrled in this city Thursday noon on
the march from El Paso to Fort Hua
cliuca, has left Douglas for the fort.
The squadron was under the command
of Capt, Clarke, on account of ilaj.
Dugan being taken suddenly ill Friday
eening. He was removed to the C &
A. hospital, where his case was diag
rosed as one of acute stomach trou
ble. It is thought he will be able to
join his command within a few days.
Maj. Dugan has received his promo
tion from Washington from major to
lieutenant colonel. No notice iiaa been
received of his transfer from the
fighting fourth, but it is thought that
he will be detailed for other duty on
account of his familiarity with the cav
alry service as a whole.
Troops L and M of the fourth caTalry
fiom Fort Huachuca. under the com
mand of Maj. Guy V. Preston, arrived
in Douglas .ionua. Maj. Preston will
return to the fort Wednesday with
ttooDE E and F. which have been sta
tioned in Douglas for the past 90 days,
ltavlng Capt. Llndbley In command of
the detachment located in this city.
Because he was feeling inclined to
gaiet and could not help exhibiting
his physical strength, Roy Wiley, one
of the most popular young men in Will
co. was shot and Instantly killed in
a Wlllcox saloon. Martin Bennet has
been taken Into custody and Is now in
jail at Tombstone, oharged with killing-
Wiley.
Wiley had been in the habit of play
ing in a rough and tumble manner
with Bennet. it Is stated. Wednasday
night he was passing by the XIidwa
saloon in which Bennet was employed
as bartender. The two had frequently
scuffled in a friendly manner. Wiley
went ip and catching Bennet up In his
arms as if he had been In infant, car
ried him outside and deposited him in
a chair. Bennet. apparently not ar,gry,
rose from the chair and ran inside the
l-uildlng. Wiley followed and. It is
claimed, attempted to catch Benet to
repeat the performance. As he at
tempted to go behind the bar Bennet. It
is said, drew a revolver and shot him
through the heart. Wiley died In
stantly. Although boosting and advertising
the Borderland route and Sulphur
Springs valley particularly, the maps
and packets of frijole beans sent out by
the chamber of commerce. In hundred
lots, , are doing much for the communi
ty as a whole. Up to date more than
S00 copies of the route map, advertis
ing Douglas as a city and a number of
individual businesses beside. hn been
mailed to all portions of the United
States.
A. VV. Fllckenger, has closed
one of the largest real estate
deals that has been made in Doug
las for many months, selling .he
Goldman block on G aenue. which be
longs to Ben Gdldman. to the local
Masonic lodge. This is one of the finest
blocks in town and was built by Mr.
Qoldman five or six years ago.
RAIN AT PLATEAU.
Plateau. Texas. July 2. A good rain
fell in this vicinity last week. Almost
all the tanks near here are full.
L. B. Gibbs has left for Van Horn,
en route to EI Paso.
Howard Rowley visited two days In
To yah.
R. E. Howell came In from New Mex
ico with a bunch of mares and expects
to locate here.
Mr. Sells, who has been relieving W.
C Driggers as section foreman, has
been transferred to Boracho.
Airs. E. L. Jones has been sick for a
week
Airs J H Rowlev has been on the
sick list for the past few days.
Air Pate from Kent, Is working here
as section foreman.
CANTALOUPES ARE SCARCE
IN LOCAL MARKETS NOW.
Cantaloupes temporarily retired from
circulation Monday. Local markets were
not offerinc cantaloupes for the reason
that there were no irood ones to be
bouirht. The Imperial vallev melon
season seemed to have struck a knot
for a few davs. although twinloals of
cars continue to eo throusih El Paso for
the east. The alle melons, ths finest
in the country, will soon be in .uid El
Paso will no lonsrcr be dependent upon
the California vallev arietv.
HEN FOOD, CHICK FOOD AND POULTRY MASH.
POULTRY AND STOCK SUPPLIES.
HAY AND GRAIN
2-HONES: 849-1849.
RICHARDSON RETURNS;
RECEIVED BIT FEW CLAIAIS
D. A. Richardson, who has been con
ducting the hearings for Mexico in the
claim cases arising from the battle of
Juarez, has returned to his home
In Douglas. Only a a few of the local
attorneys presented their claims oefore
Richardson, preferring to present them
through the state department at Washington.
If yon want the best lumber money
can buy, get yours from
Lander Lumber Co.
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