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KL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, May 18, 1910.
11
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$15.60 Our Charge In Uncomplicated Cases
AVE (JLRE THE FOLIjOWIXG DIS
EASES IS FOL R DAYS AND OFTEN
ONE TREATMENT IS ALT. THAT IS
XECESSARY: VARICOCELE, HY
DROCELE, PILES, RUPTURE AND
STRICTURE. In view of the fact that
many people have treated -with vari
ous specialists for years and did not
even receive relief, the above state
ment may make them skeptical, to
all such we will state that if you -will
caill at our office we will with their
permfisslon give 3ou the names of re
liable business men of El Paso, New
"Mexico, and Arizona, whom Ave have
cured and have remained so for
varying periods of from one to three
years.
NO SEVERE OPERATION IS DO NTS,
THE TREATMENTS ARE PRACTIC
ALLY PAINLESS AND BLOODLESS,
AND NO DETENTION FROM BUSI-
NESS, IS NECESSARY EITHER
DURING OR AFTER TREATMENT.
CURES ARE NOT ONLY RAPID BUT
RADICAL AND PERMANENT.
"We also treat with the same guarantee of success: CATARRH, NERV-
!OUS DEBILITY, LOST rUSTCTIONS, BLOOD POISON IN ALL ITS STAGES,
SCROFULA, RHEUMATISM AND ALL PRIVATE DISEASES AND WEAK
NESSES AND THEIR COMPLICATIONS.
A CERTAINTY OF CURE IS WHAT EVERYONE WANTS, and while we
treat each case on its individual merits taking into consideration the pe
culiarities and susceptibilities, we sometimes meet wfth cases that have
been neglected so long or worse, improperly treated, that they have reached
an incurable stage, these cases we never knowingly accept-
NOTICE The above "four day cures" require at least one visit to our
office, otherwise it is not necessary.
y
Tacation in Los Angelus and at the
coast resorts.
.Mrs. Elizabeth Koger and lire. Anne
George will afteiid Columbia university
during the school vacation, leaving
about the middle of .Tune.
Hiss Gertrude , Howes, .of the Beall
school, will spend the Summer in Hud
son, Mich.
j Miss Bernice Kinguell will leave at
tne ciose 01 scnooi tor her home m
Denver, for the summer.
Miss Lillie Coles will s-r in Mpyipo
I City. - i .
&n&&sstti2&fFzsn
THE MOTHERS OF EL PASO.
On next Saturday the T. H. Springer
Furniture company will make a grand
one day sale on gocarts and baby cabs.
The price on every cab and gocart will
be cut to actual cost but the sale will
last on'y one, day, Saturday. Watch fr
further particulars in The Herald and
prepare to attend this sale.
RESULTS SURPRISING.
You'll be surprised at the results you
will get from a small want, rent or
for sale ad in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bell
115, Auto 1115 and tell fce girl.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR RENT 4 room house, East El
Paso, near Bliss car line, $11. 5 room
on Lee St., near Lamar school, $1S.
H. L. Howell, 32G Herald Building.
Pnone 4b" 2 rings.
Skin, Kidney, Rectal and Bladder Diseases
Chronic Diseases Diseases of Men Diseases of onien
VAf!Vm r flmf ci .. tt.:i.i. i 1 1
--''-.. juwia ouuiei. xiejgjiLa. x.'fe j
wee, CU.&1 ironi, level, m minutes waiK ,
from P. o. Half block to paved
street leading to the center of city. .
u ill be on the new car line running
ut !? M?ssouri St. Only the one site
n. tiie price ijdu. Terms or casn.
H. L. Hoi-icIL 31'G Herald Bids.
Phone 46 2 rings.
R
REMEMBER
That we have -THE HOUSE BEAU
TIFUL" located on Rlcr Grande, for
sale at ?S400.
Hafford & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
Will be sent to any address In a plain sealed envelope FREE of charge
provided you mention this paper and inclose four cents, the actual cost of
postage.
They will prove tinterest'ng reading to all, no matter whether sick or
1 not, as they discuss not only the causes, changes and treatment of the above
class of afflictions, but, they also tell how to prevent many diseases.
CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE
FREE OFtJHARGE.
"urraays
VACANT LOTS, WYOMING ST., near
Austin, 2 fine north front lots on paved
street, residence district. These
lots reduced from $2000 to $1600. Cash
or terms for quick sale.
H. L. Howell, 32G Herald Bids.
Phone 46 2 rings.
FOR EXCHANGE.
We wish to exchansrs a hisrhlv im
proved farm at Clinton. Mo., for a
well established mercantile business
in the west.
Hallord & Collier,
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
:aiiJttT-ara&ac
-S"gaMgMttBg-.l Hf B3agB3CjiqffTqMMp3W' Ss wj $5 B flf
Rates -
From El Paso
Tickets on Sale June 1st to Sept.
30th. Return Limit October 31st
To All Eastern Points-Effective June 1st
Via The Right Route East
iicago -
f
$55.65
StL
s - -
ansas u
$49.65
$40.65
& Si Patsl $55.65
enver
Now, that the Vacation Season is at hand, you are prob
ably" planning pleasures in eastern cities and summer
resorts. Whether you are going back home to spend
the summer, or intend to combine business and pleasure,
doji't overlook the most important feature of your trip
the route you are to travel, . -
PLAN YOUR TRIP
nection with
Via the E. P. S. W. in Con
3 & 1 T 1 1 jS
me Kock island 5
VALLEY FARM Highly improved I
farm of 33 acres m the'1 valley near San i
Elizario; considered the finest ranch of !
Its size in El Paso county. Every foot
ii Hie uecs, uiiuiia, etc. &ix room
house and all outbuildings. Complete
with all necessary farm implements,
grooving crops, etc., only $8500. Pres- f
ent income on place, $2000 annually.
H. L. Ilouell, 32G Hersld Bldg.,
Phone 46 2 rings.
And 5
ave
ystem
to Chicago; 14 Hours to Kansas City; 7 Hours to S
Louis
Office Hours:
s a. m., xo p. in. eanesaas and Saturdays iO S Ei
9-1 Only.
International
Hj3 I s
Rooms 9-12 C. & L. Building, 106 2f. Oregon Street, El Paso -rllitsS3510 - BASWMSTs-si-
RM81V TOf- JrOP Tfi
in! LnU L y lu
Continued From Page Eight)
Mrs. B. B. Bailey, principal of the
Mesa school, -will leave for Europe as
soon as the schools close and. will spend
the summer traveling on the continent.
he "will be accompanied by Miss Willie
McGrery, instructor in English in the
Mesa school.
the Aoy school, -will return to her home
at Frankfort, Kas.
Miss Cora Schwartz ivill snend the
summer at her home in Rochester, X. Y.
Miss Elizabeth Le Grand will go to!
.tierelord, Tex., for the summer.
Mis3 Louise Lone "vill enjoy her vaca
tion at Quitman, Tex.
Miss Mary Dale James has arranged
to go to Idabel, Okla., as soon as her
school closes.
Miss Rena Hudson ivill be in Tucuin
eari. X. M., during the summer.
Miss Louise Honper -will go to East
Orange, X. J., for her summer vacation.,
Mr3 Alir AfnrriBC nrill Ta rtnn -i-f 4-lia
Lci.iiria tiio 'v. ill eilJUV wie COl Oi-
Cloudcroft during the vacation time'.
OFFICES FOR RENT Suite of two of
fices in new Herald building, modern
in every respect; electric elevator, jan- .
itor service, etc. PYices moderate. See
Agent, room 326, 3rd floor.
"VE HAVE
Cityhomes for sale and rent, vacant
city lots for sale, valley land above
and belowx El Paso, grazing and agri
cultural lands in West Texas, New
Mexico and Old Mexico, tand mining
property for sale. Can we tell you
more of them?
Hafford & Collier.
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Pnone 615.
Travelers coming from the Southwest make close connection at EI Paso. Bear in mind that the
E. P. & S. W. offers the finest train service known to modern times
We Will Gladly Assist You in Planning Ycur-3ummer Trip V
Three Daily Trains East y Moramg:-NoonNigKt 1
. -?
Ask--
Geheral Ascent
City 1 ichei Office
SHELDON HOTEL
T?
Gity Pass. Agent
jnent home, walking distance from the
business center; new and never occu
pied; has 8 rooms, 2 halls, 4 large
closets, bath room, full basement, front
and rear porches, fine oak mantel in
f parlor,, sidewalk down and yard all
fenced. The best property ever placed
on' the market in SI Paso fox the
money. Price $5500, or just Wjhat Is
Deing asKea ror o room cotiages farther
outi S1000 cash, balance easv. Yo
agents.
,11. L.. HottcII. 320 Herald Bnlidrns.
Phone 46 2 rings.
RESIDENCE L.OTS 2 fine lots on Up
sdn Ave., near Mundy Parle, 1 block
.from car line. One of the most de
sirable sites in Sunset Heights addi
tion. Price $2200 cish ortrms.
- H. JU HoTrell, ?.ZQ Herald Building.
i'none 40 l rings.
to Brackettsille. Texas, to- recirnerate
from Jier recent illness. J
?Iiss Kate Cbrbett has planned to ps.
Miss Sallie Blake ,vill spend :.tte sum- WS""S, la T'L
!Franklin sdhool, will return to her hornb-
f FOR. SAViE
ss Cora Windus Jias already o;? rToU cTT nlrl
fand get some close prices on building
lois.in tne city.
, ' HalTord Collier.
, '417 -Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615.
mer at lier home in Plantersville, Tex.
Miss Rowena Elliott will go to
Sprinjrtown, Texas, to spend her vaca
tion at home.
Miss Lyda Jones is planning to spend
the summer in Ballinger, Tex.
Miss "Willie McCrery will go to Corsi
cana, Tex., for a few days visit and will
then go to Xew York from where she
will sail for Europe, spending the sum
mer on the continent.
Miss -Laura Nelson has planned to.
spena 'ner vacation at .ATnaniio. lex.
Miss Mary Pool will return to her
home in Abilene, Texas.
Miss Annie L Bobb wijl lnve Friday
evening for her home in Uvalde, Tex.
Miss Lee Walton has planned to go
to her home in Bartlett, Tex., for tne
summer vacation.
Miss Tura Oompton wall again spend
the summer in Los Angeles at the
beaches.
Mfcs Belle Chaplain expeots to go to
Colorado. Tex., as soon as school closes
Miss Ina Wilson is arranging to spend
the first part of the summer at Lake
Valley. X. M.
Miss Kate Kobinette will go to
Huntsville. Tex.
Miss Fannie Lu Yeager expects to
srend her summer at her home in Syl
vester; Texas.
Miss Catherine Gorbutt, principal of j
Miss Lovert Chamberlain wall return
to her home in Abilene. . ". t
Miss Celia Simons will go to Farragut.'
Iowa, at the close of school. !
Miss Mamie Sexton, principal of the
San Jacinto school, will return toJETunts
ville for the vacation season.
Miss Helen Thornton will return to
ier home in Austin for the summer.
"9-"; a e
r inancial and
(Jo
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON.
MONEY AND METALS.
. lft.1 ACRES AT AXTHOXY.
Improved and under irrigation.
520,000. See us before the price is ad
vanced. The owner is spending $1000
per month on improvements.
3IatIievK & Dyer, Acrents.
117 X. Stanton St.
" A-iOST 'BXCEIiBXT HTn-
SplenHid income comine- hiniinpccs
'property, now paying 12 perecnL Pricev
rednced from 7500 to $6250; 1-3 cash,
rbalance 1 and' 2 yoars. Tou can't at-
'3D., Katie" Broscn fll , spzt to-S;lL.
summer with her mother in Cureo, Tex.
Miss X. Taylor will ro to WOiitewrighi;, j- "two fji south front lots
Te.. for iihe summer.
Miss D. Jordan vail go to Beckeville,'
Texas.
Miss May Anderson will spends her -va-
cation in Dudley. Texas.
William Coleman will go to Austin'
Texas, for the summer. , ?
F. E. Ale-cander vill go to Tutnrmcari,"
X. M.. for the summer. ,
A T. ArcGowan will be in Los'Ansrele'
J..t. 4,T. rm-n.nr f T.
UUiitl CJiC oumiuiv-i-
""rnthews t Dyer,
Miss Vivian Graves will go o -hertf?t1jan COsf
home at Hamilton, Tex:
"Miss Myra Prater will spend partOf-
the summer at Xevada, Tex., visiting her J TWO F.rLL "LOTS OX "TOXTAXA
-nr T A mr..T ir-ftFft wflTlfI? . Ti?nn ..jl i, ss 1 4-v '1'? 1 .
SISier, AlilS. J- -n.. J-CtJfX
friends here remember her as
Blanche Prater. Later in the season
Miss Prater will go to California. '
Miss Hazel Graham will spend ,:heL
XeTr Ycric (Quotations.
(By Assucla.teu Preaa.J
Xew York, May IS. Money on call
3viS)4 percent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4 54
jenu
CJoslus Q.ointfoiiK Todnj.
Bar silver, 53."
Desilverized lead, 4.35 4.40.
Copper, standard spot, $12.37
12.G2&; July, S12.3712.62.
Sperter (St. L,ouis quotation) ?5.20.
percent.
Mexican dollars, -lie.
Current Smelter Xoolao2.
(El ?a.o "cieicer
Bar silver .' 53:s
L Copper wire bars (cts. per lb.). 12 11-16
r Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) . .12 9-1G j
l-eaa iionaon saies prices;. tj., sia, ""
WceKly a erases.
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journa..
(New York.
Bar silver 53.85
Copper 12.44
On RiO Grande St. Only S1350: worth
$2000.
Matlic-rrs & Dyer.
" ' T'lOOir RSSIDEXCE, CORXER
Jllo Grande and Campbell. $6000. Own-
:-er reaving the city the reason for such
lwar price.
": " 3IatheTTs fc Dyer.
. JlEVTiTIFTL
-"Well located.
ranee like rent.
1 ROOir COTTAGE. .
$2300; $250 cash, bal
This is actually less
Ely Central
Gila Copper
Gildfield Consolidated
Inspiration Copper
Live Oak Development
Xat. Mng. Exp. . .
Xew
Ohio
1
6
3'
7&
and feeders, $4.006.10; bulls, $4.40 , said railroads made since the date of
6 50; calves, $3.757.23, western steers, j said acquisition.
?5.75S.00, western cows, $4.006.75. TH.LKD
-Hogs Receipts 12000; strong to 5c All of the property acquired by this
i?h.nr; bulIc 9-409-00,- J-eavy-.Q$,9n-2 conpany from the Gonzas Branch
960; Packers and butchers , 9-40 Railroad company, conveyed by a cer
9.o5; light, $9.309.oo; pigs, 5S.809.10. tain deed, dated 2Sta day of September,
. Shef?"Le5SLpt1 l00';- M?t:: ia05 Including the railroad extending
tons. $4.3o6.o; lambs, $i.008.o; fed, from Harwood to Gonzales, In Gon-
wesiern weuiers ana yearungs, o.uu'ffn zales. county, with the franchises
i.o; icu wesiern ev.cs, -t.-o '-yo.-j.
Cfcicnsro Livestock. Clone.
Chicagor IH., May IS. Cattle Re
ceipts 17,000; steady fo shade lower.
20 i Beeves, So.GOS.SO; Texas steers, So.00
30c I 6.40; western steers. o.l07.30;
Kevstone Z i stockers and feeders, $4.006.60; cows
Copper !.!.."!!! 274.!and heifers, $2.757.25; calves, $5.50
Pinto Copper 15c '-" , ,.
Ray Central : 2V.
Ray Consolidated ,
San Antonio, part paid .'. ,
Shattuck . ,
Superior and Globe, part paid
19
G-rain ana -roplsions.
Chicago Grain. Close.
"Wheat
July
Sept
.$1.02
. 1.00
'July ...
Sept
Oats
July ...
Sept ...
...
6161 -62H
12.000; strong to
higher. Light,
$9.409.G0; heavy,
$9.35 9.55; good
heavy, $9.55 9.75; pigs,
bulk. $9.659r75.
Sheep Receipts 15,000; weak to 10c
lower. Native, $4.Q04.90; western,
$4.006.S0; yearlings, $S.507.90;
lambs, native, $5.90S.90; westerns,
$6.508.90.
- 1 shade
ml'vprl
7 i rousrh.
40c
40
-NSW YQEK LISTED '
STOCKS.
By Special "Wire to Th Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.)
Taylor, whose rfaay? Srlge reduced to $1750 for quick sale,
nember her as Miss Better see these at once.-
Vl.
Slatlicvrs &. Dyer.
There Are Two Suites
plendid Office Rooms
Ayailable for new tenants in The Herald
jBuilding, one on the second floor, and one on
the third floor. The Herald Bmldiho- is suV
nate in the very heart of the business center,
all car lines passing its doors, only one bloelf
from postoffice and all hotelst The best ud
vertised and most accessible' office building
in El Paso. Eents exceedingly reasonable.-,
For further information see
H. L. HOWELL, AGT.,
Eoom 326 Herald Building.
3IEXICO GRA-G AXD TI3IBER
LAXDS
pin -all size tracts.
MahevrN A. Dyer.
"'
s-i
DANDY 9 ROOM RESIDENCE,
' ' ' "TCFiXD XEW.
$500 to $1000 cash, balance ?50 per
month.
;vv 7'nt'ivs & Djer, '
' ' x 117 N. -Stanton St.
TTTE CHOICEST BUILDIXG SITE
On lontnjia St. Just 25 percent less
than market value. Reason for selling,
"need the monev
MailicwK & Dyer.
WE WRITE
JFIre insurance.
jlatliCAvs fc Dyer.
" 12 ACRRf OX COTJXTY TIOAD.
At a bargain. See i
lathcrrs & Dyer, Aprcnts.
k. ,- 7T.
SIAT.Ii FARil DIPnOVED. v
TTni- ftv rlavs xra nro nffai-lnrr !.
bb,est small farm in the valley at a
big sacrifice. See
Mntlieivs i Dver.
117 X. Stanton St.
RESULTS SURPRISIXG.
You'll be surprised at the results you
-Will get from a small want, rent or
for sale ad in The Herald. "Will not
rost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bell
M5, Auto 1115 and tell the girl.
Amalgamated 69 Ti
American Smelters .' 79 ft
Anaconda 43a.
Colorado Fuel and Iron " 37 "is
Erie Railway 27
Missouri, Kansas & Texas 41
Missouri Pacific 70
Reading t :'. 162
Rock Island 43&
Southern Pacific r 125.
Union Pacific 1824
United -States Steel; common 82 5s
Clone.
, Chicago ProvsJoci,
Pork 4 - ,
July $23.10
Sept 23.05 23.07"
Lard
July ... $12.7.74
Sept 12.65
Ribs ' 5
July $12.72
Sept 12.60
COTTON.
Gnlventon Spot Cotton.
Galveston, Tex., May 18. Spot cot
ton easy, c down; middlings, 15c; no
sales.'
Fcrt Worth IilvcrtoeTc. Ctoip.
Port "Worth, Tex., May IS. Cattle
Receipts 4150; hogs 3500. Steers stea'dy.
tops $7.00: calves strong, tops $4.90.
Hogs Higher, tops $9.50.
WOOL.
St- "Vn Wool. ("1 -.
St; Louis, Mo., May IS. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 1S
23; fine mediums, 1720; fine, 12g15.
FIREMEN MAY DISBAND.
The Sunset fire connxinv is scheduled
to have a meetim- this evening at which,
it will be determined whether the organ
ization will continue in service or
whether it will disband.
LEGAL NOTICES.
SOSTOrTsLISTED STOCKS
iBy Special Wire to Tee Hera'a rror
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.
Arizona Commercial 14 "i
Boston Corbin 13
Calumet & Arizona: : t... 62
Copper Range i... 66 A
Giroux -1
Greene Cananea 8
Helvetia '. T .... Z
Miami -": 21
Nevada Consolidated 20
North Butte '. 33
Old JDominlon 37
Shannon 11
Superior & Boston n
Superior & Pittsburg 12
Trinity 5
United States Smelters, common .. 32
Utah Consolidated 24
Utah Copper 45"J4
unlistklTstocks."
(By Special Wire to Tne Herald from
IL H. Bru Co.. GlODe, ArlzJ
Arizona-Michigan, part paid 30c
Cactus 3
Caulmet & Montana 1(1
Chino Copper Co 12
Chemung y
Chief Consolidated 1 34
Denn-Arizona 2
Market Steady.
Liverpool. Eng., May IS. The cot-'
ton market here makes a response to
the development in American markets
during the period of holidays here, and
both divisions show a decline. Rains k
caused an easing of the market there j C?IX?,any1 ixi tbe City Ho"stn: Tex
and the prices are receding in sym-
XOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS
MEETING.
Notice Is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Gal
veston, Ha-rrlsburg & San A.ntonio Rail
way company has been called by the
Board of Directors of said Company to
convene at the general office of safd
,pathy with America. The sales of spot
'cotton today are estimated at 12.000
bales at a decide of S points at $8.10
for American middling, of $16.20 In
American value.s. The receipts are 30,
000 bales, 13,500 American. Futureh
opened easy on a decllre of from 10
Crop Believed Sure.
New York, May IS. Believing that
rains in the first of the week made a
normal crop of cotton acertainty in the
southern cotton belt, there was more
pressure to sell today and prices con
tinued to ease off, although the market
ruled generally dull. y
at 12 oclock noon, on the 23rd day of
May, 1910, for the purpose of authoriz
ing the making, execution and delivery
of a first mortgage upon all or any part
of the following properties of said com
pany: FIRST.
All of the property acquired by tht3
to 11 English points andf ruled quiet i Comnanv from th Xexv York. Texas &
and steady. Mexican Railway conmany. conveyed
under a certain deed, dated August Sth,
1905, including the railroads extending
from Rosenberg, In Fort Bend county,
to Victoria, in Victoria county, with
oranches extending from Wharton, In
u narton
Spots Lone.
New Orleans, La.. May 1S.-
ana otner property thereunto ap
pertaining, together with all im
provements, betterments or additions
ro the said railroad made since the date
of said acquisition.
FOURTH.
All of the property acquired by this
company from the Galveston. Houston
& Northern Rail-way company, con
veyed by a certain deed, dated 2Sthday
$9.459.77: j of September, 1905, Including hc rall-
?9.oo39.7o; j road extending from Houstor , Hi Harr.3
to choice county, to Galveston, In Gal; jiton coiin-$9.15-9.65;
; ty, with the franchises and otner prop
i erty thereunto appertaining, together
with all improvements, betterments or
additions to the said railroad made
since the date of said acquisition.
FIFTH.
AH of the property acquired, by this
company from the San Antonio & Gulf
Railroad, conveyed by a certain deed,
dated August 9 th. 19 g5, including the
railroad extending from San Antonio,
in Bexar county, to or near 'Stockdale.
in Wilson eountv. With thft frariph"s
j and other property thereunto apper
taining, togetner witi an improve
ments, betterments or additions to ths
sal'd j-ailroad made since the'' date of
said acquisition.
SIXTH.
The railroad of this company extend
ing from the terminus of the railroad
purchased from the San Antonio & Gnilf
railroad at or near Stockdate, m Wil
son county, through th!e counties l
"Wilson. Gonzales and De"WItt, to Ouero,
in: DeWitt county, a distance cf approx
imately 47.05 miles, with the franchises
and appurtenances.
seventh: '
All of the Interest of this company
In and to a causeway or combination
of roadway, archbridge and draw
bridge, now In the course of construc
tion .by the county of, GalTyson across
Galveston bay from a point on Galves-
r ton island to a point at or near Vir
ginia Point, In Galveston county, aris
ing under a certain contract of lease,
dated December 15, 1908, entered into
between the county of Galveston of
the first part. Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fo
Railway company, Galveston, Houston
& Henderson Railroad company, and
the Galveston, Harrlsburg & San An
tonio Railway company, of the second
part, and Galveston-Houston Electric
Railway company of the third part.
The said mortgage to be made, eze-
1 cuted and delivered for the purpose of
securing the payment of bonds of the
said The Galveston, Harrlsburg & San
Antonio Railway company to an amount
of not exceeding ten million dollarti
($10,000,000). payable at a tlmd not ex
ceeding thirty (30) years from'the data
thereof, and bearing Interest at a rate
not exceeding six percentum (6 per
centum) per annum, payable seml-annually.
G. R. COTTINGHAM.
county, to flawlclnsville. in
SK-.'rSaiJ"2l S-LW.. ? lvXtor SSWnr
& San Antonio jxairvva-- coiaDany.
-Liverpool
cables came lower this morning, spots
In Wharton county, to Tres Palarios. I
in .Matagorda county, with the fran
chises and other property thereunto
, appertaining, together with all im
provements, betterments or additions
to the said railroads made sinc the
losing S English points, and futures .date of said acnulsition
from "0 to 11 points lower. The easier' crr.nvn
feeling was caused by additional rains
and lower temperatures, which caused
some selling.
. LIVESTOCK.
Tnna flty Tj1vcs'ok. OIoh.
Kansas City, Mo, May lS.-r-Cattle
Receipts 5000, including 700' southerns;
strong tcJ 10c higher. Native steers.
$5.90tftS.3r'; southern steers. $5.25g
7 SO; southern cows, $3 005.75; native
oews and heifers S3 25 7.20- stockers
SECOND.
!A11 of the property acquired by this
company from the Gulf, Western Texas
I & Pacific Railway company, conveyed
oy a certain aeea, aatea August Sth.
1905, including the railroads extending
from Victoria, in Victoria county, to
Beeville, In Bee county, end from Cuero.
in De Witt county, to or near Lavaca,
in Calhoun county, with the franchises
and other property thereunto apper
taining, together with all improve
ments, betterments or additions to the
You'll be surprised at
the results you "will get
from a small want, rent
or for sale ad in The
Herald. Will not cost
more than 25 c to 50c
phone Bell 115, Auto
1115 and, tell the girl.

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