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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, November 2, 1912 13
DlqMMS of All Its Holdings la the
Waters-Pleree CenMWBy te
Henry Clay Mere.
New York X. Y., Nov. 2. Announce-
mont was nade this afternoon that the
mcnt was naae """
standard O 1 interests had sold to Hen-
rv Clay Pierce all their holdings in
the Water .-Pierce Oil company, thus
, , .. i i t,. ,.. in
.nding the litigation that has been in
the courts for some time.
By the u rms of the sale Mr. Pierce
. ,, ,,, i- . "Wat-rs-
acquires all the stock in J1"
P'erce company held by John J-. kock-
c feller. William Rockefeller. Henry M.
Flagler. John u. Arcnoom, "- -3'ratt
the Pratt .estate; also the hold
ings of Col. Oliver H. Payne and the
holdings of the Harkneas family ana
inr.se of a lare number of others.
The stock, with Pierce's present hold
ings, gives him absolute control of the
Waters-Pierce Oii company. The price
r aid per share was not announced, al
though it is understood about $3,000,000
v is involved.
RESOURCES OF BANKS
HIGHEST IN HISTORY
Washington. V. C. Nov. 2. Lawrence
O. .Murray, controler of the currency,
today Issued a statement indicating
that the resources of the banks In the
1 nited States national, state and pri
vate are the highest in history.
According to reports of their condi
tions on June 14, the controler an
nounced 25,000 of the 29,000 banks in
the country show aggregate resources
of 924,956.000,000, an increase of $1,324,
i00 000 over the resources of 24,000
banks in 1911.
The total individual deposits amount
(c to $17,012,000,000, an increase of
AEW VORK MARKTBT.
(By Associated Press.)
New Toi k, X. Y Nov, 2. Money on
cill strong. 6i 9 percent; ruling rate.
fc, closing bid, 6; offered at 6.
Time loans strong; 60 and 90 days, 6
percent, six months, 514 66 percent.
Close: Prime mercantile paper, 6
pei cent. Sterling exchange strong,
with actual business In bankers' bills
at 4.81.75 for 60 day bills, and at
4 S5.S0 for demand.
Commercial bills, 4.81.
Bar silver. 623n.
Mexican dollars, ii.
Government bonds steady. Railroad
Copper, unsettled. Standard spot.
16.75 bid, Xovember, December. 16.75
17.15; electrolytic 17.3718.77, nomi
nal; Lake, 17.6217.87; castings, 17.26
th 17 37
Tin. dull. Spot. 50.0250.47; Xovem- f
ber, 30.15fe5u.4a; December, ou.tzw
Lead, easy. Offered 5.00.
Spelter, easy. 7.35 7.45.
Antimony, quiet. Cookson's, 10.59.
Iron, firm and unchanged.
THE LOCAL, MARKET.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation)
T ,5. lead, 4.s0e4.a.
Mexican Mox-y HI Pm Quotatten.
Mexican Pesos (El Paso buying
Cexlcan Currency (HI Paso buying
price) 49 c
Exchange (City of Mexico) 49.60. -
CarreHt Smelter Quotations.
Bar silver. 62 .
t'opper fwire bars) 17.22.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 17.175.
Lead (X. Y. sales price) 5.10.
Lead (London) 19. sO, dO.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Bar silver, 63.35.
Copper wire bars), 17.30.
Chicago Livestock, dose.
Kansas City. Mo.. Nov. 2. Cattle
Kects. 1000. including 300 southerns;
market steady. Native steers, $6,500
10.75; southern steers, $4.256.15;
southern cows and heifers, 53.25 5.25;
native cows and heifers, $3.25S.OO;
stockers and feeders. $4.50fe7.25; bulls,
. 4.00.5.25: calves, $5.00 & 9.50; western
Fteers, $5.008.50. western cows, $3.5
0 6 50.
Hogs Recta. 1500: market 5c high
er, bnlk of sales. $7.557.S0; heavy.
JT.7.fii7.85: packers and butchers, $7.60
T.Si. Lgt, $7.40(7.70: pigs, $6.00
Sheep Rects. 1000; market steady.
Muttons. J3.50&4.85; lambs. $6.00lft7.10;
range wethers and yearlings, $4,009
6 0". rangre ewes. $2.5094.25.
Kansas City Llvexteck. CUmc
Chicago. I1L, Nov. 2. Cattle Rects.
"00. market steady. Beeves, $5.30 go
n,.00: Texas steers, $4.3565.65; western
steers, $5.509.25; stockers and feed-
rp, $4.25 7.50: cows and heifers, $2.70
:1a; calves, $6.50910.50.
Hogs Rects. 7000; market steady.
Light. $7.4097.65; mixed. $7.0098.00;
ieavy. $7.2597.50; rough. $5.2595.40:
jugs. $7.40(88.00; bulk of sales, $7.40
Sheep Rects. 2000; market steady.
XatUe. $5.4094.45; western. $3.5094.60;
yearlings, $4.5095-05: lambs, native,
SS.007.20; western, $2.507 7.00.
ACTIVITY IX TRADE WOT
.VFBCTKD BY BLECTIOX
Bast l Oaly Section Where There Ik Ten
deneV to Murk Tine Experts
Shows Slight Iacrease.
New York, N. Y., Nov. 2. Bradstreets' j
today says: Trade movements, consid
ered in a collective sense, show no
material hesitancy because of the im
minence of the presidential election.
In the great surplus cereal producing
sections buying continues unabated and
it is only in the east that there is a
tendency to mark time, but there, as
elsewhere, business" is strongly but
tressed with orders previously booked.
The integral part of the situation can J
be encompassed in the statement that
if need for goods and stocks at first
hands are light, the shortage of labor
together with heavy consumptive re
ouirements having made for under
Jobbing trade in the northwest,
southwest and middle west continues
xceptionally good. Throughout a large
part of the south and on to tne Pacific
coast improvement is mirrored fcrth,
for though in the lower south Atlantic
states things are dull, this section be
ing about the only backward part of
the country, for -which condition a poor
and late cotton crop is mainly respon
sible. The. wheels of industry continue
to move at a swift pace.
Business failures in the United States
for the week ending October 21 were
Lofl against 229 last week.
Wheat, including flour exports from
the United States and Canada for the
week endins October 31, aggregated
I Will Pay Cash I
for 50 foot corner, 9
north of tracks, on S
Mesa or Oregon, 2
south of Boulevard. B
Tobin Real Estate I
C4Mt75 bushels against 6,655.961 last
Corn exports for the week are Sl,
520 bushels against 129.138 .ast week.
: Washington. D. C, Nov. 2. The cob
dition of the United States treasury at
the beginning of business Friday was:
Working balance. $92,102,721.
In banks and Philippine treasury,
j Total of general funds, J14S.724.719.
j Receipts yesterday $2,969.1 5L
. deflct this'fi8cal veari $2,745.-
i 562, as against a deficit of $10,180,363
' These figures exclude Panama canal
i and public debt transactions.
i pj g TRIBUTE TO
JEFFERSON IN WALES
Ambas&ador Keld AnIlh "Welshmen to '
CeasWer Author of Declaration of j
Independence a Countryman. I
Aberystwith. Wales, Nov. 2. United
States ambassador Whitelaw Keid was
the principal speaker at the opening
session of the University of Wales here.
In his address he said, in part: j
"However unworthy your present !
speaker may feel himself he has im- i
agined that at any rate he might be I
thought to show respect for the dignity
of the occasion by an effort to estimate j
a great transatlantic representative of
your own blood, and to recall to your I
minds some details in his career. '
"As a young legislator he succeeded
in ma&ing ue slave iraae uniawim in
his state; and as a weary old man, af
ter having climbed to the very top of
the ladder of his nation's greatness,
having spent 40 years in continuous
public service, under harrassing respon
sibilities, having shaken the world.
changed its geography and largely re-
mouiaeo us guverntneni, lie gave jus i
delining years to the Organization of a '
i state university; and as his dying wish
asked that that should be one or tne
three acts of his life singled out for
tecord on his tombstone.
"Possibly Welsh writers may have
been restrained by the doubt hinted by
the man himself as to his actual line
age. He began his autobiography by
saying that it was a "tradition' In his
father's family that his anestors came
from Wales and from the mountains of
"I shall request you to assume that
this man's father and grandfather knew
where their family came from when it
entered the new colony, only two or
three generations earlier. And so t
am here to ask you to include among
Welsh contributions to the larger move
ments of the world the name and world
wide fame of Thomas Jefferson, author
of the Declaration of Independence." j
AT COLORADO, TEX.
W. T. McAfee Sheets His Wife and Then
Turns Pistol Upon Himself; the
Coaple Had Been Estranged.
Colorado. Tex, Nov. 2. W. T. Mc
Afee, of this city, killed his wife and
then turned the pistol upon himself,
shooting himself through the temple.
Mrs. McAfee was killed instantly, but
McAfee lingered until 3 oclock the next
morning, without regaining conscious-
McAfee and his wife became estranged
from each other last summer, it is
said, and have been living apart since j
that time. Efforts by McAfee to effect
a reconciliation bavijfg proved lneffec-
tuaL it is thought the troube preyed
upon his mind to such an extent that
he became desperate. Two small chil
dren are left. j
Mr. and Mrs. McAfee were close rela- '
Uvea of J. P. Pickens, of Serino, w. m..
and Pickens received news of the
tragedy while in Bl Paso.
34TII DISTRICT COURT.
Dan M. Jackson, Presiding.
Ramon Kvtaez, charged with kidnap
ing: on trial.
Nora A- Hinkle vs A. P. Hinkle. suit
for dhrorce; filed.
Gordon Ironside company, limited
vs A. H. Gibson et aL, suit for debt:
Gordon Ironside company, limited
vs First National bank, garnishment:
Raefel Varela et aL vs City of Bl
Paso, suit for damages; filed.
Grandview Realty company vs Lil
lian E. Gtbbs et aL, suit for debt, and
foreclosure of deed of trust; filed.
Mike Peters, charged with murder;
overruled; given life sentence; motion
for new trial.
J. W. Van Name, swindling, sen
tenced to two years.
Frankie Rose, theft over $40. sen
tenced to two years.
Susano Castorena, criminal assault,
sentenced to 10 years.
Victor Galbadan, theft from the
person, sentencato two years.
Charles Monroe, burglary, sentenced
to two years.
B. B. MeCilHtock,' PresidlHff.
Kinney Shoe company vs. G. G. Goe
bel et aL. suit on $100 note: filed.
J. J. MHrphy. Presiding.
Hart Steel vs. P. Mechero, suit on ac
count' for $95; judgment for amount
Andreas Galindo, charged with seduc
tion, bound over to grand jury on $500
OEATHS AED BURIALS
CHARLES M. HICK3IAN.
Charles M. Hickman, 29 years of age.
died in a local sanatarium Saturday
morning at 1:30. He came here thrc.
weeks ago from Hamilton. Tex where
He is survived by his wife and two ohil
he had oeen engagea as a oooKKeeper.
dren. Mrs. Hickman arrived in El Paso
shortly after his death and will leave
for Hamilton with the body Saturday
Luis Burrola. 34 years of age, died
at his home. 3923 Rivera street and was
buried Friday aftertaoon. He was a ma
chinist employed In the El Paso &
Snnthwpstpm railroad shODS. The fU-
neral was conducted by the Sociedad
Beneficencia 4Jexicana. The funeral
services were held at the chrfrch of the
niiaran Ansrel in Bast El Paso and
interment made in Concordia Catholic
ui T.n 'Rnnanillo. 26 vears old. died
at the family home, 909 Hill street, i'ri- i
day. The funeral was held Saturday i
morning at 10 oclock from the Sacred
Heart church on South Oregon street.
The burial was made in Concordia J
Catholic cemetery. Her parents and j
three brothers and one sister survive i
ALL SOUlS' DAY; nn , m
Saturday was All Souls' day, a holy
v in the Roman Catholic church. It
was observed in the EI Paso Catholic
churches and the Juarez mission with
special services. Mexicans from all parts
of the city gathered at the transfer
station Saturday morning with b&stets
and arms filled with flowers, which were
taken to the cemeteries, where the
graves of relatives were decorated.
All Souls' day follows All Saints' day,
which was fixed on November 1 by the
church. The object of All Souls' day is,
by prayer and almsgiving, to alleviate
the sufferings of souls in purgatory.
Thev weiv insurance agents, and
they were boasting of the promptness
with which their respective companies
paid claims. "You may all be slick." i
said one who had been listening, "but .
you can't equal what we do out in the
states. I know an office on the second
floor of a 16 story skyscraper. One
day a workman fell from the roof to
the pavement. Well, as he came past
th window of the insurance office on
; thn second floor a clerk handed him
j his check." London News,
1 man . Mi ' BiMSMssMlpBHBlJfcfclHtlMBssasssSsHsBMBWssssMasssMMsgs
affiip Lump Coai, ton $900
SaSlyp Stove Coai, ton $8.00
Big Four Lump Coai.f on $8.00
ALL GRADES AND SIZES
Special Prices in Larger Quantities
Oak Chunks for -Your Fire Piaees
WOOD AND KINDLING
A DOZEN NATIONS IN ONE
ae 'm i ii
This is a plantation school in the sugar district near Honolulu, a country
school. Among its pupils the teachers pointed out the following nationali
ties: Hawaiians, Americans, Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Filipinos, Porto
Ricans, Portuguese, Spanish, Danes, Norwegians arjd Swedes. In addition
to these there were mixtures that would swell the list to at least twenty
varieties. There are about 155 public schools now in the Hawaiian Islands, witb
more than 20,000 pupils. The nationalities- of pupils in the public schools
run as follows, in the order of number of pupils: Japanese, Portuguese,
Hawaiian, part-Hawaiian, American, Chinese, Porto Rican, Korean, German,
British, Other Nationalities.
FRED LOWE LOST;
SEARCH IS MADE
SilTer City, N. M.. Nov. 2. News has
been received here from the Mogollons
that Fred Lowe, bookkeeper for the
Ernestine Mining company, has been
missing several days. Four or five days
ago he went into the mountains, and it
in feared he has either met with an ac
cident or is lost. Hunting parties Lave
been searching for him, but up to yes- J
terdav he had not been found. Tne
'phone line to Mogollon has been out of
commission and no late news has been
received from that place.
John S. Coffey, formerly of Mogollon.
but now living in Silver City and a
prominent member of the Ernestine
Mining company, has purchased a busi
ness house on Bullard street from CoL
Pickett of Tombstone, Aria. The build
ing is now occupied by the New Mexico
Cigar and Tobacco company. Terms of
THE 3LATTBR WITH HIM.
"I can't learn how Ptrimmer is go
ing to vote this year. What ails
"It's a complication of ailments as
ususal. He has symptoms of Wilson
itis. moosopla. and elephantiasis, and
he's Chain under the collar." Chi
New York, Nov. 2 The dry goods trade, both wholesale and retail, is en
joying a very prosperous season, as is shown by the Dry Goods Economist this
week, whicTi publishes hundreds of optimistic letters from manufacturers, whole
alrc ?nrl rprail-rc. F.irln rtf Ire Ipiters. no matter what section of the eounrrv
it hails from, proves that business has been divorced from politics.
, MENECAL IS ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF CUBA
Havana, Cuba, Nov. 3. The sweep
ing victory of Gen. Marie Menecal and
Enrique Jose Varona. the conservative
candidates for the presidency and vice
presidency, and for the rest of the con
servative ticket for" the executive offi
cers of the Cuban republic appears to
be fully confirmed by the returns re
ceived in the provinces today.
A GOOD SUBSTITUTE.
Jimmy had his weak points, as an
example of the result of modern edu
cational methods, but his -brain was of
When the teacher looked at him and
inquired, coldly. "What is a synonym,
Jaines?" he was ready with his an
swer. "It's a word that you can use when,
you don't know how to spell the one
you thought of first." he replied,
cheerfully. Youth's Companion.
Antelope and elk are to he placed In
Arizona on the big open mesas. These
localities offer ideal places of refuge
for the animals and big herds will be
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How Do You File Your
Too Late to Classify
VISTttT fZ TXffVl
on Montana, 2 corner lots a beauty.
33400.00; 1-2 cash. Auto at your serv
ice. K. S. PeBHebaker,
506-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
1 GOOD BARGAIN IX EAST EL PASO
4 large rooms, large hall and bath
ram: lot 50x140. Price $3000. Only
. ',oo cash and balance to suit. Let us
.how you this house.
Austin &. Marr,
,04 San Antonio St. Phone 4350.
1 ROOMS, 2 STORY
Womng St.. 100x120; a good buy at
'10 000.00; 1-2 cash.
IS. S. I'enaebaker,
6-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
LOTS OF LOTS
In East El Paso. Government Hill.
urand View and all parts of the city
at bargain prices. Buyers will save
uoney by calling on us. Auto ready to
how you at any time.
If you are In the market for a house,
"o matter what stae, or where located,
let us show you some nobby ones, and
sa.ve you money. Our large list of
property is second to none.
Xeircaan & LyQas, 38-1 Meaa Ave.
! 9 ROOM HOUSE
on corner: 2 story; S8OO8.00 $3000.00
cash; balance 2, 3. and 4.
K. S. Penaebaker,
06-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 827.
Nevada St. S room red
pressed brick bungalow,
south front; aH modern
conveniences. $M0 , will
handle K, bavwee- month
8 room 2 story white
bride south front. $6000;
Boulevard 7 room cot
tage. 50 foot front, stable,
chicken house and yard.
34500; good terms.
Beautiful S room home.
south front. $4500; good
Only 8 blocks from busi
ness center; 87x130. Price
S lets In Government Hill
3 blocks from the new
school and 1 block from
where paving will end.
Price $1000: terms.
McClnre Realty Co.,
302 Texas St
6 ROOMS, 2 LOTS
Boulevard; $4500.00; $750 cash handles
Ii. S. Peanebaker,
306-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 327.
$1550 WILL BUY"
a 4 room frame; electric lights, gas,
large screened in porch; on two lull
lots, with large shade trees, fruit trees
and grapevines. No. 3100 Rivera St, in
East El Paso.
Ask Hedge Realty Co.
Phone 815. 202 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
on Chamberino ditch. 2 1-2 miles south
of La Mesa: 1 mile west of Vado. 1-3
in cultivation; all level; signed up.
$$0.00 per acre; $1000.00 cash; bat 1-2
IS. S. Peanebaker,
so 6-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
FOR REXT Beautifully furnished
hrtmp nw and "lA.n. S rooms. In the
best residence district. For lnforma- '
tion call 310 W. Missouri.
, FOR SALE Extra heavy round top
, pedestal fumed oak dining table; cost
, $30. will take $14; good as new. 310
' FOR RENT Front suite of rooms, fur
, nishlngs are new. Rooms have never
I been occupied. Ill W. Boulevard, 1
) block from library.
FOR RENT Front room for house
keeping. For Sale 1 room house.
21 ROOMS ON BROADWAY
paying 13 percent Terms.
j K. S. Peanebaker,
806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 237.
$8800 WILL BUY
I the modern 5 room house corner Ari
I zona and Ange; south front.
I Ask Hedge Realty Co.
! Phone 815. 202 Roberta-Banner Bldg.
j COMPLETELY' furnished small flat in
mission for rent to desirable parties;
close in; sleeping porch. Apply Sun
day morning No. 11 Fisk Apartments,
W. Missouri and Buchanan Sts.
I FOR RENT Desk room in nice light
i office. Arply 410 Caples Bldg.
I'NION TAILORING CO. Firstclass
tailors, suits made to order, clothes
altered, cl aned and pressed for both
, sexes. Popular prices. 303 E. Over
land. Phone 5435.
1014 & 101H BOULEVARD
16 rooms; rent $76.00; 52x120; $8900.00;
E. S. Pennebaker,
806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
3 room frame on Rivera St. East El
Auk Horfse Realty Ce. '
Phone 816. 202 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Block 22. E. El Paso, will sell 2 or 4
I E. S. PeBaehaker,
j 806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
AERY DESIRABLE room for rent in
sunset Heights, rent reasonable, l'none
I'I,ESANT Fl'KNJSIIED front room in
private family for rent. No sick or
rhilr'ren $12 for one person. $15 for
two 1100 Block, East Rio Grande.
Too Late to Classify
in any part of the city.
K. S. Pennebaker,
800-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
MONTANA STREET lots, 3 on corner,
near Alia Vista school; will soon be
paved. $1035.00 for quick sale. Phone
3005. J. W. Hull. 3580 Montana.
FOR SALE House of four rooms, barn,
chicken sheds and pens, on four lots;
blk. 35. Gov. HilL Phone 3951.
IS R. L REDS, hens and one rooster;
extra fine for $18.00. Phone 395L
FURNISHED ROOMS R.
2913 Alameda Ave.
A PARTICULAR HOME
on the heights 10 rooms steam heat
ed, gas, electric light, garage: all
modern; 60x130 ft $11,000.00; $4000.00
cash; baL 1-2-3-4 years.
E. S. Pennehaker,
806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 2S7.
FOR SALE A Remington Typewriter
costing $110.00; leather case for same
costing $15.00; $35.00 takes the two
articles. Phone 3471.
FOR SALE ( lots in Government Hill.
Apply 702 Myrtle.
3 OR 4 ROOMED FLAT for rent. Phone
WANTED Responsible man roommate
Downtown hotel, everything first class.
Phone 6253. J
4 CORNER LOTS
in block 75. East Bl Paso addition a
E. S. Peanebaker,
806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 327.
WANTED TO BUY a rooming house
from owner. White H 331, Herald.
WASTBD by young man. position with
first class attorney. Expert typewriter
and English-Spanish translator. Well
educated. State salary. Address Span
ish Typewriter, Herald.
FOR auiCK SALE Ivers & Pond, cab
inet grand piano, $85.00 cash or $95.00
terms. Owner wants to leave town.
Write 331 Herald.
FOR RENT Well furnished 5 room eot
tage to reliable party. Call 1238 E.
FOR SALE 8 burner Jewel make gas
plate and gas bath room heater. Phone
for trade for El Paso property.
E. S. Pennebaker,
806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
ONE LARGE nicely furnished room,
kitchenette and screened porch; private
family. 615 Noble.
PACKING FURNITURE Lowest rates.
Bl Paso Storage Warehouse. Ph. 2166.
FOR SALK 30 acres irrigated. 60
bearing fruit trees, alfalfa, etc. A snap.
Who wants this? Box 10. Garfield,
FOR SALE for El Paso property, 5
room cottage -well located, $3500 stock .
a stanl. LnrAlra ond IM TA)inntllntl- ?
ment well located In artesian belt
Make offer. Box 35, Lake Arthur. N. M.
OWNER NEEDS CASH
6 lots in East Bl Paso and Altura.
$950.00 act quick.
E. S. Pennebaker,
806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 237.
FOR SALE Oak dining room chairs,
table and buffet 1222 Hutton.
FOR EXCHANGE: Some of the best
located town lots In Las Cruees. for
small- new house In Bl Paso. "Lets,"
care of Herald.
FURNISHED ROOMS 519 B. Rio
Grande. Phone 2432.
STENOGRAPHER with several years
experience, railroad and general office
work, desires position; references.
S ROOMS N. BL PASO ST.
Including two corner vacant lots.
$11,500.00 will trade for valley land.
E. S. Pennehaker,
806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 387.
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
room. Phone 1587.
BNGLISn speaking girl for housework
and help with child. Apply 505 Mon
tana. WANTED Unfurnished front room.
FOR SALE A golden oak couch up
holstered In brown leather. Phone 1419.
MONTANA ST. BUILDING SITES.
E. S. Pennebaker,
806-7 Mills Bldg. Phone 227.
LOST Bunch of keys. Return to Great
Western Oil Co. for reward.
FOR RENT Rooms for housekeeping.
X. El Paso St Phone 5321.
TWO SMALL rooming houses for sale,
close in. Phone 3907.
FOR R8NT I unfurnished rooms in
nice cottage. 1120 K. XI Paso. Phone
FOR LEASE 2 splendid locations on
San Antonio St, not far from El Paso
St Address A. 321. care of Herald.
WANTED A neat looking English
speaking Mexican girl for general
housework. One willing to wash and
Iron; references required. Phone 3923.
FOR RENT A sunny front bedroom in
healthy family; usual conveniences.
Bell phone 3251. 1012 N. Kansas St
"WANTED All nurses to register with
the Nurses' Central Register, at 212 H
San Antonio St. over Ryan's Drug
store. Phone 5434.
FOR SALE CHEAP Studebaher cov
ered mountain wagon: never been used.
Address Wagon, Herald office.
FOR S LE 5 room bungalow. Will
take lots as first payment J. F. Mul
lin. Thone 346S.
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Keep Your Desk Clear So Yon Can
The Greatest Space, Tune and Mosey
Saver Ever Installed in an Office.
Too Late to Classify
CARLOAD of fresh Jersey and Hol
stein cows for sale. Phone 4563. T. J.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms 411 & Ochoa.
HAND PAINTED CHINA Plates, gold
top salt and peppers, dresser pieces,
olive dishes, etc for $1. Lessons 50c
Mrs. Nafe, 502 W. Boulevard. Phone
WANTED A girl at once. 1318 Xon
tana. Phone 1803.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment.
Sunset Heights, for 6 months; refer
ences required. Phone 4192.
FOR RENT Fnrnished front room,
connecting bath; 8 minutes walk to P.
O. Phone 4514 after 6 p. bl, or call
Sunday at 621 Upson Ave.
FOR SALE AT Oft'CE Furniture of 7
room cottage; everything new and np
todate: house can be rented. Phone
4514 after S p. m.; S minutes walk from
FURNISHED room with sleeping
porch, private family; no Invalids. 805
I HAVE FOR SALK and for rest sev
eral rooming houses of from 10 to 30
rooms; business and residence lots; 2
cottages for rent. The best 13 room
house in town cheap; 2 nicely fur
nished rooms, 815 N. Kansas. R. T.
Adams. Phone 393.
FRONT BEDROOM, nicely furnish eZ
large closet, connecting bath. 604
Montana. Phone 3819.
FOR SALB 300 White Leghorns, ot fa
mous 200 egg strain. They are beau
ties. Americas Dairy. County Road.
SNAP 3 alee lets with little house, on
Manna na. near shops. $650 cash. Phone
ROLLER SKATES FOR SALE 1 pr.
each ladles and gentlemen; special
aluminum roller non-3lipprng; heavy
nickel plated, good as new. Cost $:
sell for $X50 a pair. Address Mitchell.
Y. M. C. A.
FOR RENT 2 newly furnished out
side rooms with bath. 706 Ssa Anto
HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS Suite of 2
or 3, well furnished, close fa. Phone
FOR RENT Completely furnished 8
room house, 5 room and 3 room flats.
Mrs. L. E. Behr, 315 Herald building.
Phones 859- 35 L
I NEED MONEY Will sell or trade
nifty 6 room bungalow on Ft Boule
vard, Grand View; has glazed sun par
lor, oak floors and everything up to
now. Phone 3335.
PULLETS $L50 up; bred te lay stock.
Parsons Chicken Kanch.
BBAUTIFULLY FURNISHED HOUS&
KBEriNG SUITE TO ftUIET, PER
MANENT FEOPLEj FINK LOCATION;
CLOSE IN. PHONE S2S4 AFTER Si30
FOR SALB at half price, one new win
dow tent: beet make. Phone 387.
FOR KENT Sunny front room, fur--nlshed.
Phone 4547. 1315 Texas.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
Upper left corner down, under fairy.
FOR RENT Furnished room, new fur
niture, close in. 511 E. Missouri St
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