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"Wednesday, March 5, 1913
Men's New Spring Shirts
We have just received a shipment of the new
est spring shirts made of fine quality mate
rate, with or wrtfeoat attached eoBars, also
same quality with soft collars of the same
materials, and we want to introduce them at
these low prices:
"My Little Sister"
Sanitary Manicuring outfit, containing nickel
plated nail file, nickel plated tweezers, 1-2 doz.
emery boards, ear spoon with blackhead re
mover and manicure stick. Regular J
25c value, special at IOC
4711 Rice Face Powder, ftp
special at iC
HOME OF LOW PRICES
"The Greatest Book since Uncle
Tom's Cabin1 '
Colgate's Violet and Caprice Toilet Water, reg
Shirts worth to 1M
Shirts worth t $1.M
ular 45c value, special
Large Sise Chamois,
318-322 E Overtae St. eer. Staeaa,
EL PASO HERALD
We have the latest fiction in stock, and in
our Circulating Library
EL PASO BOOK CO.
204 Mills Street
Opposite the Omdorff
STEAM KIT Ffl
Las Graces Commissioners
to Instal Equipment
Later- Road Staked.
Las Cruces, X. X., March 5. Steam
eit is to be used In the court house,
fit courthouse annex, and the Jail.
li is is th intention of the commis
sioners and the equipment will be in
called Ijlk-t Already heating pipes
are bein put in the courthouse an
nex, now m course of erection.
First Stakes Are Driven.
Homer J Gault, accompanied by en
, hut Houeh, went to Selden yester
dai -where the first stakes were driven
l the sui-Tey for the wagon road from
Leiden to a point on a road leading
from Rinon to Hatch. The county, it
is paid, jvill build the road from Las
races to Selden Mr. Hough will have
harge of th survey of the road from
H'lden to tear Hatch. Mr. Gault re
turned to this place last evening.
Mrs. T. R. H. Smith entertained the
Tuesday Bridge club at her home on
the Alameda esterday afternoon.
'n ere were three tables. Six sobsti-
utis were present.
T'-e first prize was won by Mrs.
To!e and consisted of a cut glass
v ae. Thi' decorations were very pret
tv, the prevailing color being red.
The refreshments were served at a
3arge table decorated with red carna
tions. The out of town guest was
Mrs. P. L. HOI. of near Dona Ana.
Small falls to Appear.
Many people were disappointed in
T.ot getting to hear Rev. Sam Small
last night. For some reason his route
was changed and he did sot pass
through here, as he had Intended. The
word not having been well circulated,
a number of people gathered at the
hurch and awaited his coming.
A number of soldiers went through
"here on the Santa. Pe enroute to Gal-veston-
They were from Whipple bar
Miss Marion Faulkner has measles at
her home on Miranda avenue.
.Miss Fern Reeves substituted for 1
.Mr. ivyie in me sonoot here stasterday.
.Miss Anna Hadley, of BoadHnqr. Mass.,
is Msiting her parents, Mr. ad Mrs.
Hiram Hadley, of near Meaffla Park
Rev. H. F. Vermillion fe at home
from a brief business visit In Santa Fe.
H. M. Hanaford, of Chicago, left
Inert yesterday morning for El Paso.
R. H. Sims, -who is in Santa Fe on
l uMness, will return home Thurs
John B'llard, of Richmond, ya., who
from the effects of injuries received in
a runaway a few days ago when she
was thrown from her buggy, near the
Gne Manasse went to El Paso this
morning on business.
HOME MISSION SOCD3TV
ORGANIZED AT BER1XO.
Berino, N. 5L, March B. Mrs. Em
press Arrington, of EI Paso, was a
visitor here and assisted in organiz
ing the Home Mission society of the
Southern Methodist church. Quite a
number joined and an election was
held; the following being chosen offi
cers: Miss Llszie Rawlings, president:
Mrs. J. B. Bullock, first and second
vice president; Mrs. W. C. Mossman,
third and fourth vice president; Mrs.
Carl Price, secretary; Mrs. S. W. How
ard, treasurer. Mrs. Arrington was a
guest of Mrs. S- G. Kilgore while here.
News of the marriage of Miss Isabel
Gibson, in El Paso, has been received
here. Miss Gibson Is a sister of M. P.
and C ' N. Gibson, of this place and
spent last summer visiting her broth
ers. Mrs. H. H. Hyland, of Telles. and Mrs.
F. H. White, of La Mesa, have been
guests of Mrs. J. H. James.
Rev. W. P. McNary, of Loveland,
Colo., who has been visiting his son,
J. CT McNary, has left for Bl Paso,
where be will spend a few days with
his son, J. G. McNary and daughter,
Mrs. H. T. Bowie.
Mrs. Creamer and family from La
Mesa, have moved to Mesquite. where
they will make their home and where
Mr. Creamer is agent for the Santa Fe
Arden Gardner has returned to State
College, after a few days spent with
bis mother, Mrs. K. "V. Gardner.
H. A. Reames, of Mesilla Park,
agent for the Studebaker car, was a
business visitor in the district.
J. J. McNary, of El Paso, motored
up to visit his brother, J. C McNary.
George Jorsey was a visitor to Las
Visitors to EI Paso have been Mrs.
C. Acker. Mrs. E. V. Gardner, Susye
Gillespie, Rev. Mr. Morrlss, J. C Mc
Nary and J. O. Newsome.
-, . m 1 - ar w ii
Combine Near and Far View ia
One SoEd Lens.
Discard your old style
pasted lenses. They
suggest old age. " Dirt
gathers at the edges.
Wear Kryptok Lenses,
which present the neat
appearance of single-
vision glasses, yet have
two distinct focal points.
Tins is a
Note the ab
sence of seams.
do not look odd
or suggest old age.
This is a
Note the ngly
seams. They are
indicate eld age.
detract from one's
Ground in our own shops. No
waiting or delay.
Let ns show yon.
El Paso Optical
."Opticians to the Southwest"
226 MESA AVE.
lias been spending the winter in the
iome of Dr. C. L. Hill near Sons. Ana,
v. as here estcday.
Mrs. R. C Crowell, of Leg Angeles,
u ho visited her daughter, Mrs. John
T Tinsley in Albuquerque, stopped
.here for a brief visit.
M. H. Peterson went to . Bl Paeo
Mr and Mrs. Merriweather, of Santa
i e are located temporarily in the R. P.
Porter home on the Alameda, during
Airs Porter's absence In St Louis on
.in extended visit.
Mrs. A. D. Saunders is recovering
To Know this Man
Is to Get KM f All the Burden of Stek
Headache, Sear, Bloated wtoraaeh, a
Thick. YcIIaw. BIHohh CeadltUm ef
the Bleed, Weak, inactive KWneys
and a Csadltfon of giekaeifs that
Is MaklBg Yeu Miserable.
STATE COLLEGE MAN TO
MANAGE BIG TEXAS RANCH
State College, N. M.. March 5. J. B.
Stoneking of the Irrigation department
of the college, leaves on the 22 of
this month to take the foremanship
of a large ranch, four miles east of
Fort Worth. Texas. He will have
charge of 2S0 acres, now under culti
vation, and expects to develop more
land in that vicinity.
The large Bermuda grass plot in
front of Hadley hall was burned off
to prepare for the new crop.
The first call has been issued for all
truck and baseball men to meet to
discuss the sprinp athletics. Training
will begin at once.
Editor Earl Geyer and business man
ager Kenneth Ogllvle expect to have"
this year's Swastika ready for distribu
tion about the first week In May. Pic
tures are now being taken by Banner,
of Las Cruces.
Science Seminar met this week at the
home of professor F. w. Christensen.
Messrs. Humbert and Mitchell talked
on eugenics and sewage disposal.
Miss Morton and Miss Thompson en
tertained at "500" on Friday night.
Tennis players around college are
taking advantage of the warm weather,
and the professors and students are
getting all available courts in shape.
Professors a. r. Hare ana ifsbian
Garcia have returned from their
tnrougn tne 'ecos vauey witn
Santa Fe demonstration train.
He Sends Trial Treatment Free.
EB&- MBBSB&fe. V0'43BBSSSSa
flft - nTsTsffls&T "" -" v.. JMSMit. 3n
IpMp i- - - 'WfiMUR
Or.W.S. Burihart A: He I Today. OmiHa
Robiut Health and Gun of 90 Pound
s Taking His Own Medicine, As
Needed, for tke Peat 25 Years.
All the druggists in this vicinity
Jiae rr Burkhart's Vegetable Cora
j.ound, but perchance should yours not,
i hi doctor will send it prepaid on re
tipt of price, 35 cents for a 30-day
treatment and if not satisfied or eared
tne doctor will hand you back the 25
.-nt. Banks or business firms in
Cincinnati -will tell you the doctor's
vi ord is good.
Ir Burkhart, for twenty-five years
Jiad always insisted that this is the
onlv fair and square "way to do busi
ness, so get this 30-day treatment for
only 2o cents, toaay.
KOAD FROM MBSO.TJCTE TO
CANUTILLO BRIDGE ASKED
La Mesa, N. M., March 5. The West
Side Improvement league executive
committee of every district of the west
side of the river met at the Cham
berino school house to recommend a
road from the Mesquite bridge to the
Canutillo bridge to be improved and
macadamized by the county road com
mission as soon as the $106,000 bond
money is available.
Mr. and Mrs. jr. w. Brown, of Bl Paso,
were visitors to La Mesa.
VT. C. Meade was In El Paso the first
Guy Adair and Mrs. A. P. Williams
are in El Paso.
Miss Mavia Williamson, of Bl Paso,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. T. D. Wil
liamson. Mrs. Abba Lynn Is visiting friends in
OrviUe Story, of Anthony, was in
La Mesa this week.
Mrs. J. R. Livesay returned from a
pleasant visit with relatives Jr. An
Every facility for doing
the work and the deter- I
mination to please.
That's why we are doing
the tent and awnings
business of El Paso.
Tent & Awning
H. J. COLLINS Mgr.
312 S. El P,aso St.
fore it Is forced to borrow funds,
either from the water department at
four and onehalf nercent or from one
of the banks at a much higher rate.
When declaring that the commission
would have to have the money in the
immediate future, Ellis stated that im
provements to the system are contem
plated which will require practically
the entire amount.
As a result of the serious epidemic of
spinal meningitis in other portions of
the state, the Douglas board of health
will meet this afternoon at 4 oclock
to discuss quarantine measures against
Bisbee and Tucson.
C. F. Knight, manager of the Cleve
& Knight Mercantile company, has re-
Mrs. E. Arrington. of El Paso was . i?"ir" a ous'ness tripto JSl Paso,
kk MinA.04- A lM E u- Tarit- r
K.MM.-C t W VOl Wl Aa. X.- . XI. IT UllC
jftesaames unite and Hyland were
the g-uests of Mrs. James at Berino.
Body ef MenlBgltin Victim, Ik Shipped
ThreHgh Donglas. and Health Of
ficer Auks Instructions.
Douglas. Arizs., March 5. Dr. F. W.
Randall, city health officer, has ap
pealed by wire to Dr. R. N. Looney,
secretary of the state board of health,
for Instructions In local action In the
Bisbee cerebro-splnal meningitis situ
ation. This followed his ascertaining
that the body of C A. Mclntyre. pub
lic school teacher, who died Monday
night, passed through here last night
from Bisbee. consigned to Shenandoah,
Page county, Iowa, on a Southwestern
Randall obtained a copy of the certi
ficate attached to the box and declares
two Bisbee physicians signed the certi
ficate, stating that "death was caused
by cerebro-spinal meningitis, noninfec
tious." Randall will probably recom
ment a strict quarantine against Bis
bee, as well as some steps to curb the
future passage of bodies through here,
following death from highly Infections
diseases. He insists spinal meningitis
is as dangerous to ship as Is small
pox. The city of Douglas is "broke." This
fact became known at the rasrular
I monthly council meeting when C O. Bills,
Knight teas accominlM! nn thl
trip by his wife and little boy.
L. L. Goss, a Cox Canyon rancher.
Is In the city purchasing material to
be used In the new home he Is con
structing on his ranch.
Howard Beacham has retained from
a trip to Alamogordo.
Miss Elsie Beck, of High Rolls, wis
a. Cloudcroft visitor, returning the same
day to High Rolls.
Mrs. R. A Hansen and Httle son,
Carl, have left for Cabason. Calif..
where they will make their home. Mr.
Hansen has ben In California several
Far ahead of the displays which other stores are making, comes our brilliant show
ing of new spring millinery a font of ideas a world of style are represented in
it. These are not hats that have been bought by the score or by the dozen. Every
one of them has been carefully selected, carefully examined, carefully valued and
carefully priced. Every one is a model of the best of !N"ew York, London and
Paris ideas. And prices, if you compare them with what other stores are asking,
you will find oiit the reason why so many women shop here for millinery needs.
Our collection includes shapes made of hemp. Milan, rough straw in all the most popular shades that have been
brought out for this season, including Nell Hose, Coque de Roche, Bernard, Emerald Green, Nagaski Green aad Bul
garian, beautifully trimmed with all the prettiest and most desirable Bulgarian and Oriental trinroategs.
Miss Lillian Mastin, one of the best known artists of fashionable millinery in St. Louis, has jast arrived in Bl Paso
to accept a position as miUiner at this wore. This news ought to bring much joy to the women who look for dk
tinctivenes sand individuality in their hsts, for b?r intimate knowledge of the approved fasbioas for spring makes
her services very valuable. A visit to our millinery salon will prove verybeneficial to you.
Ladies' gowns, skirts, corset covers,
chemise and combination suits, nicely
trimmed with lace and ribbons;
worth to $1.0. Special f 0
Ladies' and children's gowns, skirts,
corset covers and pants. A Q
Special at TTw
Children's muslin drawers, -j c
all sizes. Special at i. v C
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE
Ladies' and children's silk lisle hose;
all colors, all sizes. no
Special at muC
Ladies' "Onyx" and "Gordon" all silk
hose, all colors and sizes. nj"
Special at tOC
Fine children's seamless hose, silk fin
ish, all sizes and colors. ! QA
Children's round ticket hose, four heel
and toe; hard to wear out; heavy and
medium weight. Special ftp
Suits at . . .
Jb aflt & &? bb
New suits at a special price just at the beginning of
the season is indeed a most remarkable offer but
we take this means of estabHshing the fact that the
"Boston Store" is the "Home of Low Prices," and
offers exceptional values in populuar priced suits, as
well as being headquarters for the most exclusive
styles in Ladies' Keady-to-"Wear Garments.
These suits are made of fine quality whipcord and serge in all the latest
colors, afco of pretty mannish mixtures, aid would be eon- rf - ys Q C
sidered on exceptional value at $20.00. Special for P JL ft ltO
Balkan Blouse Suits at $17.95
These suits are made of fine materials in colors of navy, brown, tan, Copen
hagen and gray, in all sizes, and $25.00 are considered (t -s rj Ap
reasonable prices". Special at J) JL 0
Ratine and Novelty Serge Dresses at $18.95
There is no material which stands higher in fashion's favor for the new
season than the semi-rough ratine weaves, serges running a elose second
when it eones to practical wearing. These- ureases are made of fine qual
ity material, Balkan style, laee collar and cuffs, ia navy, ten and Copen
hagen, and are charming and eorreet.
Black and white checked dresses, large, medians and small eheeks, high
and low necks, and long and short sleeves. C? "1 O QC
Special at plS70
Net dresses in white and tan, with pink and blue sateen sash. t ? QP
Special at tpD.tO
Fine lingerie waists, beautifully trimmed with lace and em- fly QO
broidery, all sises. Special at J? JL c0
Fine eabroidered waists ( r Pretty lawn w6is
at yOC at
There sever was a. spring when to be
fashionable first of all meant to be
dressed in a fashionable Mending of
colors. Our assortment of dress goods
for spring and sammer contains aQ
the latest designs and patterns in a
variety of beautiful colors and shades.
Here are a few Mid-Week Specials.
Silk pongee, natural colors, very suit
able for dresses and waists, 35 inebes
wide; regular $1.08 values. gJJ
Special per yard ........OOC
Regular ?L25 valaes, QQ
special per yard ,.tOC
Regular $1.50 values,
special per yard ......
CJhildren's Dresses at 98c and $1.98
Made of linen, madras, percale and gingham, in a number of pretty de
signs and patterns, including cheeks, plaids and stripes and in plain colors.
Cloth of gold, heavy weight, verr suit
able for automobile and evening eoats.
natural colors, 36 inches wide: rstru-
lar $L50 value. Special dj j Q O I
per yard c?J.aO I
imported suk ratines, s piak, Sght
blue, tan, cream and blue with browt,
27 inches wide; regular $1.00
values. Special per yard.
French finish messaline, in solid col
ors of blue, tan, brown, black and
white; also stripes is aS the beautiful
colors, 27 inches wide; regular SLOO
values. Special per ft p"
erpneed Bargain Basement
4 1-2 foot plain ironing board, p
regular 75e value. Special. ..DOC
18x24 pastry boards, dove-tailed cor
ners, will not crack, smooth P
finish, 65c value. Special xO C
Brass junior wash boards, cable
crimp, made to wear, 35c QP
value. Special rfwOC
Large size willow clothes baskets, re
inforced top and handles, CZVZ
$1.00 value. Special ....., Ow C
131-2 maple chop bowls, perfect
goods, regular 25c value. IA
6 ft. opaque window shades, in dark
green and yellow, worth 35e. ft jf
12 in. soft cotton floor mops, twine
heads, worth 29c ft Q
Mrs. Potts sad irons, 5 piece set, reg
ular $1.25 value QO
2 quart lipped preserving kettles,
heavy blue mottled enamel, ftQ
worth 35c Special uUt
No 16 heavy white enameled covered
saucepan, regular 36c. ?Q
10 quart grey enameled dish "j ft
pane, worth 25c Special. ... JL C
1 quart "Strauekys" imported blue
granite lipped saucepans, with handle,
regular 36c value q
2 gallon grey onamolod chamber pad,
with cover. ft
Special w . OiC
No. 3 heavy steel frying pans, smooth
finish, regular 36c
Medium size bread raisers, grey enam
el, with cover, complete, A ft
75c value. Special 4rSC
2 quart heavy bfeo enamel saSk and
pudding pans, 26c value. ft
27 inch striped ootion dress goeds,
in grey, red and blue. fj ti
Special , i'jZC
Light and dark figured eaiko, cstrs
quality, large variety to choose jj
from. Special, per yard...... OC
Short lengths Amoskeag ghsghams,
neat stripes and checks. rt
Benmants Beaants Boanaets ia
great variety at much reduced prices.
he-e are glad to sell his chairman S'cJloSutf.So
u Lr iiirkSSrf. VeS I caI1 upon the councllmen to make
u -! ur- iirJ.nari a vera- I eoorl ticnnn nrti. nf warranto -.ii.
I&NDORSB GRAND JURY.
Jlbwlonary Union Hold Special Meeting
and Takes Action.
At a. special meeting, largely attend
w ?f ?e Missionary union at the Y.
ll i ,rooms yesterday afternoon,
tilf)rJon?'wl?8 resolution was adopted:
tSOrVS that we- tile repreaenta
mes of the women of the various
SJlrche the "y- do most heartily
commend the noble work of the a-rand
J".1? in removing the restricted dis-
MfSr;.? T?ren re from our beau
oV Ljflt-MWe. mo,?t heartily approve
S t9lriJUon.,n thu endeavor to give
ul.a .Iean ,clty desirable place In
whica to make our homes and rear our
children without their being exposed to
the 'contaminatinB Influence &t this
SfEl?- V Robinson.
Mrs. Helen Q. porter,
Mrs. W. IT a .!.,.
Too Late to Classify
LBT MAVFIBIJJ KEAI.TY CO.
Build your home. Our prices are low
and workmanship and material the
very best. Don't delay. See us now.
A FIXE SUnUrUlAN" 1I03IK.
Modern S room brick, large hall and
cellar, bearing fruit trees, vines, lawn
and shrubbery; stable, sheds and
chicken houses; 7 lots, on corner: 1
block from oar line. Price only J160A,
D. G. Ilelnrman, 200 Mills St.
And when you stop to think that
twelve million of these treatments are
used annui' in this country and Eu
rope, can ou wonder so many people
know J-T. Jiurnnari una iiid.1. uruBr-
ap that you s:-i Ur. JJurkhart's Vesa
table Compound, also recognized as the
-re.,'ct spring remedy known
T prot its mmts conclusively, a
- at m ' r v i h ( rt free a d
,, ,"" l ' ! . '" ' r'T to IM Kit with such ' Jiust Tfr'vn a c i
i .. i vu..iu '- ' i - t ank th it It will -irlrr su-ra ' ni'li a surctj
"" .. - X i-w.r ui ua a iew uays De- J Ianiuer i.umucr io.
good 116.00 worth of warrants, with
interest, taken care of by the water
commission when the general fund be
came d. pletod last vea- Thj eitv has
i tie jv-n. t ,.nv this debt and In-
t,rr-t i y jfft With SUCh
Pozzonls 40c nice l'mni.. zsie.
7 e offer as an Extra .. i th !.
ebr tted Pozzonls Rice Powir a. reeu-
lar 40c value, at 25c. Colors white,
fles h and brunette.
Scott White A. Co Mill. Jtiair.
We have a nice 4 room
bungalow on 2 lots to trade
or Military Heights prop
erty, Aldercte Bros.
Real Sstate & Insurance.
Too Late to Classify
LET A RBSPOXSIBIiE CONTRACTOR
Build your home.
Slayfield Rcnltv Co.
Contractors and Builders.
c i-. G1?y BUSY OX THIS.
J Verde Add., close to county road
J?.Mew. cr 1,ne: complete pumping
pUntU sacrifice at J8B8.
P. i. Hclnemnn. 200 Mills St.
SMALL HOMB OX BOULGVAHD
Wa . criK.tr.
we nave a nice 4 room house, with
bath, occupying Tot and a half, south
front in the 1900 block on'oulevard.
We offer this at J7B. with cash pay
ment or I5. balance on easy terms.
This should appeal to a salaried man
for a home, in which he is getting his
money's worth. See
tjv .,.. Austin .t jrarr.
Phone 4350 "04 San Antonio St
1 t"" t - i i - -' lAta !n MorV
. O. ilclncman, 2C3 Mills St. ( i L ic
MOXT.VXA ST. BARGAIN-.
A beautiful 5 room house, with out
houses, occupying 37 feet front, at
a sacrifice price. In the 1S00 block.
See us at once as this will not stay
on our list long at the price we can
Austin A Marr.
Phone 4X0. 304 San Antonio St
GOVERXMBXT HILL LOTS.
I have the lasgest list of the beat
lots in Government Hill on terms.
P. C. Hclaeman. 2QO Mills St.
WHERE THE TREES AXD FLOWERS
Tobln's 4th Addition, lots only J 250
each, on easy terms, including cement
waiKs and parked anves: an ciiy con
vanlences. Only a few of them left,
TeblB Trust Co.
Too Late to Classify
TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS
OX BLISS ST.
3900 buys 2 level lots on Bliss, pav
ing paid. Other lots, no better, are
selling for $500 to $00 each. Be quick.
Mayfleld Realty Co.
THE OXK BEST BARGAIX IX - BAST
We have a splendid 5 room yellow
pressed brick, modern bungalow, an
east front, on Bliss St. occupying 2
lots, at JJ375. Either way you buy
this, as a home or as an investment,
you are getting more than your
AHstln t Marr.
Phone 4350. 304 San Antonio St.
Too Late to Classify
10 1-3 ACRJSS IMPIIOVED.
This tract is about half way be
tween Ysleta and Clint and Juat off
of paved road. Adobe bouse and 5
acres In alfalfa. Price 315(0: easy
Jay F. Knox.
200 Mills St. Phone 848.
FOR RBXT. ,
S30 N. El Paso. ( rooms $40.80
403 Grand View. 6 rooms 90.00
J319 N. El Paso. 10 rooms 50 00
1S0 Montana. 10 rooms 75.00
05 Wyoming. 3 rooms 15.00
1304 Montana 8 rooms Tfi.00
Asotin A Marr.
E 1 nOOM Bl G VI.OW
On r .i',' full lot- .Ul modern J
'rur n "nnll laira"-' ,
WE HAVE A FEW LOTS
Left in Orchard Park which we will
sell at bargain prices on easy terms to
close out this addition.
Tefcia Trust Co.
WE. HATB BUYER FOR
5 or 6 room vMBalow. What hare
Maeen Realty Co.
430 Mills Bid. Phone 5579.
An nriZZtZ 1-V aisio, HOMES
oS auo: S tV --VouV fig S
Weevffe & bfiS?
Mayfleld Kealty Co.
ssa A?Btrtors and Builders.
tffSio: B?;.th " r con.
U your SSWgg."1
WJOISr "- one 55,,
sale, this beaut if ni hnn,
1ut h.-wr.-.'ri-rT""."". no1
front roi i-'ii T-J15 lape room
everv S. 1;!&?7' hardwood floors ,
2tTars??m?i1it,5 book"W and buf
ioil Ktmantf h 'yrnace heated; lot
witi0-..sou,th 'ront. lot is fenced ar
la cloae in. For price and terms see
I Austin Jt Marr.
FOR A FEW DAYS OXLY.
3 level lots in block 53. Altura Park.
3450. M. R. H.. HeraM.
All in cultivation. 2 miles below
Ysleta. on main ditch and signed up.
A good buy at $140 per acre.
Tn the old town of Socorro, all in al-
talfa, 4 room house. Price $1650.
J. W. McCtere. Sole Agent.
2n2 Texas St Phone 354.
WILL PAY CASH
For vacant or Improved property in
south end of town: must be a bargain.
I ;. H. rild
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.sua jor 101s or as tuu-t nArw.A.
on a 5 room house i" Bal in'p.6."'
Address T. care Herald PaSO-
P. G. Heteeman. 2Q9 MH1 St.
X1CE HOME OV ROOMS
t South front on good tIrP.
hirhiv imn,.j J, terrace
-""' - 'Yfc 1UIJ SOU
to sell. Price $000
:m Mills st.
Jay F. Kaeac,
nishop &. Creel
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