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X PASO HERALD
Friday, June 3, 1910. 11 A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week after being bulle tined: B. X. T. M, 399 B. 341 M. 380 I). 309 M- 382 E. 40 X. 381 h. l. :nt. 31 H. & P.' N- 23 J. C. W. J. 25S Z. T. X. J. 20G Z. Y. Z. j Permanent M. 382 359 . MALE XURSB,GOIXG EAST will be in El Paso after July 1st. Will undertake civt- of patient for expenses of "trip. Graduate of 7 years experience; en gaged at present; thoroughly under stands care of sick and injured; tem perate in every respect; perfect satis faction guaranteed; references wftlcn will satisfy. Address Box 1861, Globe, Arizona. BEST BARGAIN IX THE UPPER VALLEY. 185 acres, 50 acres in alfalfa, 25 or 30 acres in other crops, small family orchard, balance of land very easily put under cultivation immediately; town of Chamberino; signed up under the Elephant Butte, dam; full water rights In the Chamberino ditch. For quick sale, $55 per acre, exceptionally good terms. Bailey Land Co., 306 Mesa. FOR RENT CHEAP 2 or 3 rooms on first floor, corner Stanton and Second St Apply 401 S. Stanton. FOR SALE One nearly new $150 rub ber tired buggy, 575; one second hand rubber tired buggy, good strong one, $35. one good second hand express wagon, $30; single and double harness, nearly new. and second hand for each rig; one pony buggy, rubber tire, al most new; cost $115, my price $30. Need the money. Napp, 327 Erie St Bell phone 3738. LEVEL AS THE FLOOR. 80 acres, unimproved, well located, cottonwood timber, which will pay for clearing, 28 miles north of El Paso, $40 an acre, easy terms. This is located 2 miles from the town of Berino (ship ping station.) Bailey Land Co.. 300 Mesa. WONDERFUL DUMP SALE of vege tables. Corner Myrtle and Stanton. Saturday from 3 to 7 p. m. Peas, 2. Nusbaum, the Guarantee Gardener. WANTED Work In small family by elderly -woman; cannot launder or care for children, but is good cook and housekeeper; wages fair. "Old Vir glna," Herald. FINE RIVER SILT SOIL. 4S acres, nice and -level, 16 miles north of El Paso, on the main road and on the main ditch, practically all in cultivation. For quick sale $2500, good terms. This is only a quarter of a mile from a good school. Bailey Land Co., 30G Mesa. FOR SALE Frame house, 3 rooms and hall, good condition, on 3 choice lots. 1 block car line; best part of East El i Paso addition. Dirt cheap for cash. C B. A., care Herald. FOR SALE Stylisn, fast and gentle j horse and beautiful spider phaeton j with Victoria top; swell outfit for lady j or gentleman. A Lrouis. " Phone 5SS. bargala. 321 St. FINE VALLEY LAND. 38 acres, 25 miles north of El Paso, 1 1 mile south of Chamberino. 30 acrss j in aiialia, oaiance in cultivation, gooa title, good water rignt m unamDerino ! ditch, and Elepiiant iiutte dam, all fenced, $85 per acre. Bailey Land Co., 30C Mesa. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. MESILLA VALLUTl FARMS FOR SALE. We have lands at La Union, Cham berino, Berino and Anthony, the real "Heart of the Mesilla valley." If you contemplate buying land for ! rming or investment we would be farm glad to have you call or write us your wants. LAUSON & BEECHER, Real Estate. Anthony, J. M. OIL LAND. For Sale 440 acres in Toyah oil fields, near deep well. Box 126, Pecos. Texas. Miss M. LOWER VALLETr nAEGAiSS. 75 acres oi fine land on the new ma cadam road, 10 miles below El Paso. 35 acres in cultivation: all ditched and near Franklin canal. This is "the bargain, for $100 per acre. $2000 cash, balance 1. 2. 3 and 4 years. We have anything you want from 1 acre to 1000. PETER3IAN-LANSDEN REALTY CO., 2266 i rings black. xsleta.Tex. FOR SALE A few tracts of 5 and 10 acres each, 6 miles out on county road, all m cultivation. I believe the most choice suburban property in the county. Robert L. Dorbandt- TOBIN'S BARGAINS. CLOSE IN. 1622 Boulevard, 4 rooms, bath, $ot 37xl20, for sale on easj' terms, or wLl rent $20 per month. Sll Mesa Ave., 2Cxl20, 5 rooms, bath, lot 26x120, for sale- on easy terms, or w 11 rent S25 per month. -' 11 lots in Cotton addition, including 2 corners, at a bargain; only i casn, ba'ance C percent interest Business property, corner El Paso and Franklin Sts., 47x120; good build ing. Price $20,000; only 1-3 cash. LOTS LOTS LOTS. IN TOBIN'S SECOND ADDITIOV. I TOBIN'S WASH. PARK ADDITION. IN TOBIN'S ORCHARD PARK ADD. 5 percent down, 5 percent a month. No mortgages, interest or taxes. A chance to own your own home on i'0'.V1 easy terms. VENDOR LIEN NOTES For sale from $100 to $1000, running from 1 to 3 years, bearing 3 percu: interest, payable sexni-ahnually. These notes guaranteed- $ HOUSES FOR RENT. 4. 5, 6, 8 and 10 room houses, close in, "Verfect repair; low rent to desirable lenants. FRANK R. TOBIN, 419 X. El Paso St. Phone 2271. HIGH INTEREST AND RENT RECEIPTS ARE OUT OF DATE. Progressive people quit using them when they understand our plan of loan ing money anywhere at 5 percent for 10 years time. Borrower can return loan In easy monthly payments of $7.50 per month on each $1000 borrowed, with the privilege of making larger pay ments or paying it all up at any time, thus stopping all interest. Figure up what you will pay for rent during the next 10 years, then begin right now to apply this on a home of your own and you will nave it bought and paid for before you realize it. This applies to city or farm property. Release the high Interest mortgages by our plan. As compared to 8 percent you save $417.37 in interest on each $1000. Any one can own a home. Just ask us how. Agents -wanted on commission. STANDARD HOME CO., 211-212 Herald Building. El Paso, Texas. une -ent a w ora. no Ja. i-ess i nan oc IT WOULD BE JUST A SENSIBLE For a carpenter to try to smooth a board with an axe as it is for an op tician to endeavor to make scientific examinations of the eyes without prop er, instruments to do it with. If your eyes need attention you want it done properly. It cannot be done without proper equipment. If j-ou have tried others with unsatisfactory results, let us show you how eyes are examined right Geo. D. Kendall, 208 Mesa Ave. FOR SALE. A beautiful home near Washington Park, one minute walk for car line. Make us an offer for it. Four rooms, modern and in good repair; lot -50x120 feet. Austin & 3Iarr, Phone 352. Caples Bids. X. STANTON 5rr. SOUTH OF BOULEVARD. 91 feet, east front, at a price that is right. D. G. Heloemau. RIO GRANDE T. Modern 5 room brick, 900 block. Price only $3SO0. D. G. Heinemnn. 207 St. Louis St. ON TEXAS ST. PRICE REDUCED. 39 feet south front, improved. Price only $7000. This is the best buy on the street D. G. Heineman. 207 St Louis St. FOR RENT. 810 N. El Paso. 5 rooms $25.00 510 Wyoming St. S rooms 40-00 714 X. Stanton. 6 rooms 35.00 1411 Nevada, 5 rooms 25.00 411 Willow St, 5 rooms 22.50 1314 Boulevard, 8 rooms 50.00 219 Arizona, 10 rooms 62.50 613 Mesa, 7 rooms 45.00 800 Mesa, furnished, 4 rooms 35.00 i S00 Mesa, 4 rooms 30.00 207 Boulevard, 4 room flat 25.00 Hafforil : Collier. 417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 615. 3IEN.ICO LANDS. If you are interested in Mexican lands we have several tracts of both grazing, timber and agricultural lands; a great deal of which Is under culti vation by Irrigation. These tracts range from 10,000 to over one million acres. Price from 50 cents per acre up. For detailed reports, call or address Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.. Rooms 27 and 28, Bassett & Edwards Building. Bell 491; Auto. 176S. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A HOME: If you are, we have several that we can sell you on small cash payment and balance very easy terms. Or we have several good building sites and can build you a home on the same terms. Anderson-Bennett Jlealty Co., Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwarda Building. Bell 491; Auto. 1768. JUST THE HOUSE FOR YOU. A pretty little home on Rio Grande St, near where valuesare rapidly ad-J vancing; o large rooms ana reception hall. We can make you good terms. The owner requested us not to adver tise the price, but if interested, come to see us, it will pay you. This is absolutely the best buy o'n the street. We are sole agents. Only $300 down, balance like rent IT HAS EVERYTHING THAT HAKES VALUE. location, view and surroundings flrst class, $4S50. This for a very prettv C j room 1 storv brick, large lots. This I home Is uptodate. I Cassidy & Davidson, 211 St. Louis St. FOR RENT 313 rooms at $35. Wyoming St., six ie OrndoriT. Phone Bell 530. MONTANA ST. 8 room red brick, close in, for 6000; good easy terms. See at once. McKenxiey Healty Co., Room 9, Buckler Block. DID UNCLE SAM EVER GIVE YOU "D1JK.TT" If not. you had better look it up. Wise people have tried it and it seems to suit them. Free government lands, s under United States land laws, in New j Mexico; only 100 miles from El Paso; j good soil, pure shallow water. two R. R. laws, locations and other In formation free. Davlsson Realty Co., 214 Texas St. Room 29. J j . J lne ; SWELL COTTAGE. $250 cash, balance like rent. best and biggest bargain in the city J and at terms as easy as you want. Mn thews & Dyer, v Agents. 105 ACRES AT ANTHONY. All in high state of cultivation, 35 acres alfalfa, balance wheat and oats. Only 1500 feet from the new depot. Make an offer. Mathews & Dyer. Aents. FINE FARM, YSLETA. On countoy road. Will sell at a bar gain. r Mathews & Dyer, Owners. FOUR LOTS, 5". KANSAS. Southeast corner. Elggest bargain in El Paso. Make us an offer on these lots quick. Mnthews fc Dyer, Agents. TWO CORNER LOTS ON ?". CAMP BELL FOR ONLY $1,100. LTere is one of the best opportunities In the city to make a quick proflt These are worth $300 more than our price. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. fFOUR ROOM COTTAGE ON A NORTH KANSAS ST. CORNER FOR $4000. Is well located and terms easy; $500 cash, and the balance to suit. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. 3T FEET ON RIVER ST.. WEST OF OCT AVI A ST.. $G50. This Is the cheapest building site west of Cotton Ave. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas. St. A C ROOM COTTAGE ON A BOULE VARD ST. CORNER, FUR NISHED, FOR $470O It's the biggest snap in the citv and we are sole agents. See us quick. Lone Star Land Co., 213 Texas St. THREE DOZEN LAYING HENS for sale. South of Fort Bliss ajsd Govern ment ilia junction, at tent.. WANTED Position by man who Is ex perienced cashier, drug clerk and retail cigar salesman; references and bond if required. Work guaranteed in eith er position. Address P. SO, care Herald. FOR RENT Furnished front room, bath adjoining; private entrance. 1020 Wyoming. Phone 2942. WANTED To buy one second hand wagon, team and harness; must be cheap; also old mares for breeding purpose. F. J. McMurray, Orient hotel FOR RENT 2 housekeeping east front. 1301 X. Kansas St. rooms, GOOD BARBER WAXTED at US 3. Oregon. WAXTED English speaking Mexican woman to do kitchen and general housework. Must stay all day. 903 Magoffin Ave. , lassiry jNJews57ie8 IF YOU IIAVE A DEVELOPED PAT- ent to sell you had better consult rne. I sell them. Address 21, Hera.d. MIIS. MOSS. Dressmaking and plain sewing; prices reasonable. Crawford Flats. Phone 25S7. BOARD AND ROOMS, strictly first class. Mrs. Leary, 619 N. Kansas. WASTED Good man for general farm work. Call Alberta Hotel 9 a. m. Sat urday. SMALL MACHINE SHOP, tools and gasoline engine, all in good shape, for sale on easy payments or trade for automobile. Address P. 93, Herald. WAXTED Delivery boy with bicycle. Potter Drug Co. LOST An automobile crank to a Reo automobile. Return to Austin & Marr. Reward. FOR SALE One oak library table, one oak writing desk, one Victor pho nograph and cabinet; also library lamp. All in excellent shape; part' leaving city. 704 Mesa Ave. PUPILS WANTED Classes of 10 In ancient, modern and Texas history Miss Myra Winkler. Phone 1401. FOR SALE Big snap, new refrigera tor, large electric fan, elegant gas range; used but one month. 710 N. Campbell. Bell 3361. FOR RENT. A new 9 room house close in on N. Oregon St; steam heat, large basement and sleeping porches. A 7 room cottage, close in, on W. Olive St.; has large yard and well kept lawn. Turner & Davis, 106 Texas St. FOR SALE 10 acres patented land, 7 miles north of Alamogordo in center of j prospective oil belt $15 per acre. Ad dress P. O. box, 176, Las Cruces, N. jI. Financial and Commercial, New York. N. Y., June 3. There vran a general crumbling of prices In Wall street today. Union Pacific sold at the lo-rrest price of the year, as did also St. Paul Industrial. The group showed losses of two points or more. United States Steel in particular was the object of attack. "Weakness of the market is attributed to the continued pessimism resulting from the govern ment's move against railrond rate increases, and unfavorable business conditions. MONEY AND -METALS. New York Quotation. (By Associated Preaa.3 New York, June 3. Money on call 23 percent. Prime mercantile paper, 4505 cent. CIoiin;j Cluolntiori Today. Bar silver, 53. J Desilverizerc leaa. S4.404.50. j Copper, standard spot, $12.37 12.50 jJjrfy, $12.37 12.30. ' Speller (St. Louis quotation) $5.10. I Mexican doiiara. 4-io. j Current Smelter Caotnftoa. (KI Pao Smeiter- j Bar silver , 53 ( Copper wire bars t.cts. per lb.) 12 j copper uathode Ccts. per Id.) l- hs , jeau v-"junaon saies prices; .112, s. ui Lead (New York saies prices) $4.40 Weekly Averages. (Douglas Smelter Quotations.) Engineering and Mining Journal. (New York. Bar silver 53.S0 Copper 12.62 NEW ygbe: LISTED 'STOCKS. (By Special Wire to T-ie Herald from H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.) Amalgamated 64 k Amer. smelters 74 Anaconda 40 Colo. Fuel & Iron 34 Erie Ry 25 M., K. & T 3S Mo. Pac C5 Reading 152 7?nr.t TclonI in- Southern Pac 120 Union Pac 170 U. S. Steel, com 76&i BOSTON LISTED STOCKS (By Special Wire to "ma Hcraid iron H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.) Ariz. Commercial 15 Bost. Corb , 12 Calumet & Ariz.., 61 12 Copper Range , East Butte Giroux Greene Cananea Helvetia Miami , Nevada Con Newhouse North Butte Old Dominion Shannon Sup. & Boston Sup. & Pittsburg Trinity U. S. Smelters, com Utah Con Utah Copper . . 20 V. - 19 ;c - 1-2 . 30 . . 35 . . 10 .. 10 . . 11 . S?s . 40 ia . 22 4A UNLISTED STOCKS. (By Special Wire to The Herald from H. H. Bru Co.. GIodc Ariz.J Ariz.-Mich., pt pd Butte Balaklava Butte & London Cactus 40c 15 7c Cal. & Montana 114 Chino Cop. Co U.14 Chemung 10 Ghief Con 1 Cordova, pt pd 6t.c Cordova, full pd li Denn-Ariz 2; Ely Cent 7nc Gila Copper 6 I Goldfield Con S Inspiration Cop - 71 Live Oak Dev 2(i Majestic Cop. of Utah S0c" Mason Valley -2 Nat. Mng. Exp 29c Now Keystone :: y& Ohio Copper ' 2 1-16 Pinto Copper igc Ray Central 2 Ray Consolidated , 27 San Antonio, pt pd v, 'Shattuck " va Superior & Globe, pt pd 40c Tonopah SVI rt OTTON. New Orleans Closed. New Orleans, La., June 3. The New Orleans cotton exchange is closed to day on account of Jefferson Davio's birthday. The narket "will be open to morrow. Active and Steady. New York, June 3. Cotton was mod erately active and generally steady to- S20O CASH BUYS new 6 room red pressed brick house in Highland Park 1309 Magoffin. on car line and in restricted diitrict; has large pantry and bathroom finished in white enamel, tinted walls and mod ern throughout. Price $3500. Phone 1757. FOR RENT 5 room furnished subur ban home with the use of cow and chickens. $15 per month for 3 sum mer months if taken at once. Phone 2772. HOUSEKEEPER want position for club, hotel, rotiQing, house, or club of several gentlemen"; references. Address P. O. box 492, city. WAXTED One bedroom set, two sani tary couches, two or three rugs, coal range. 1002 E. Boulevard. FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished looms and all modern conveniences. $17.u3. and all modern conveniences. $17.50. MASONIC NOTICE. E"L PASG LODGE SO. 130, A. F. A. H. Keguiar meetings 1st ana 3Xa Wednesdays of each month. E. W. S. Neff, Secy. f&r j. u. raason, w. al. Masonic Relief Board 3rd floor. Ma sonic Temple. Office hours: 10 i m. to 12 m. L. E. Glllett. Secy. A. & A. S. RITE OF FKEE MASONRY. Meets the second and third Mondays of each month in Masonic Temple. W. H. McCullough. Secy. THE MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICA. Meets every Wednesday evening at S oclock at Knights of Columbus hall. SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY, FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD HALL, EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS, LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COT TON. day, aside from the spurt immediately after the opening, which carried July options about 30 points above Thurs day's closing and momentarily unset tled the remainder of the speculative list. Reports from Manchester continue slow, a good volume of business going through and commitment!; being fairly extensive. Spots Steady. Liverpool, Eng., June 3. There was a fair volume of business in local spot cotton today with prices ruling steady at a net decline of one point. Ameri- can middlings were quoted at 7.94d. Sales aggregate S000 bales, imports 1000 bales, including 700 bales Ameri- cans. Futures opened steady on a range of from 2 to 5 English points higher and continued steady. G-rain ana Ito-pIsiods. Chicago Grain. Close. Wheat July $ J9292& &ept Corn July Sept Oats July Sept 90 90Vs 53 30 3554 Chlcno PcofaioEs. (Hose. Pork July $21.27 Sept 21.07. Lard July $11. S2 VB11.S5 Sept 11.S0 Ribs July $12.00 Sept 11.S0 LIVESTOCK. Kansas City Livestock Close. Kansas City, Mo., June 3. Cattle Receipts 500. including 300 southerns; strong. Native steers, $5.50S.25; southern steers, $4.007.00; southern cows, S3.255.75; native cows and heif ers, $3.00 7.35; stockers and feeders, $4.006.25; bulls, $3.755.S5; calves, $4.008.00; western steers, $5.257.75; western cows, $3.506.00. Hogs Receipts 8000; 510c lower; bulk, $9.209.30; heavy, $9.309.35; packers and butchers, $ 9.20 9.30; light, $9.159.30; pigs. $S.759.00. Sheep Receipts 1000; strong. Mut tons, $4.005.50; lambs, $7.25g9.00; fed western wethers and yearlings, $4.50 6.50; fed western ewes, $4.005.00. Chicago Livestock. Clones Chicago, 111., June 3. Cattle Re ceipts 2500; strong. Beeves, $5.70 S.55; Texas steers, $5.25 7.20; western steers, $5.35 7.65; stockers and feed ers, $4.00i;6.40; cows and heifers, $2.85 7.00; calves, $6.008.50. Hogs Receipts 16.000; 510c lower. Light, $9.159.40'; mixed, $9.209.42 y. ; heavy, $9.109.40; rough, $9.109.20; good to choice heavy, $9.20 9.40; pigs, $9.009.40; bulk, $9.009.40." Sheep Receipts 8000; stead y. Na tive. $3.255.40; western, $3.505.35; yearlings, $6.00 7.35; lambs, native, $5.25S.50; western, $5.508.60. Fort Worth Livestock. Close. Fort Worth, Tex., June 3. Cattle Receipts 2200; hogs 1200. Steers higher, tops $7.00; cows steady, tops $4.00; calves higher, tops $6.50. Hogs Unsettled, tops $9.40. WOOL. St. Louis Wool. Close. St. Louis, Mo., June 3. Wool lower. Territory and western mediums, 16 22; fine mediums, 171S; fine, 12'l4. THE COURTS 41?t DISTRICT. A. M. Walt ha 1, Presiding. J. P. Robertson vs. Max Weber et al, for an accounting and dissolution of partnership, filed. R. M. narvey vs. Max Posener, suit for damages, on trial. COUNTY COURT. A. S. J. Eylnr, Presiding. J. W. Cathcart vs. Richard Caples, suit on contract: on trial. A WRECK is the 'only fit description, for the man or woman who is crippled with rheumatism. Just a few rheumatic twinges may be the forerunner of a se ver attack stop the trouble at the start with Ballard's Snow liniment. Cures the rheumatism and all pain. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all druggists. Train BuIIerin- All afternoon trains are reprte4 timn. New apricots are nice for lunch. We have them. Jackson's, phone, 353. K--oapel "rlnoner Cnug'it. Santa Fe, N. M., June 3. Charles A. I Richard, superintendent of the Kansas State Industrial reformatory at tiuicn inson, Kas., presented a requisition from governor Stubbs to governor Mills for Frank Miller, who escaped from the consumptive ward of the reforma tory and was located in Albuquerque. Governor Mills honored the requisition and Miller was taken back, as he did j not deny his identity. lunch. Jackson's, phone 353. Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to 11 a. m., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. Dr. Gray, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 205 Caples Bldg., 2nd floor. Our way of keeping vegetables makes them always fresh. .Jack.Hoii's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. Try some of our home boiled ham for To Dance for Rain. Santa Fe, N. M., June 3. Owing to the continued drouth which prevails practically over the entire territory, the governor of the Pueblo of Tesuque has issued a proclamation for a Tablita and rain dance in the pueblo on next Sun day, during which prayers will be of fered for rain. Grebe cleans clothes. 418 N. Oregon. Dr. Cameron, reliable dentistriy, rea sonable price. Over Guarantee Shoe store. Hold baggage checks for Longwell; get your baggage today, not tomorrow. Watermelons on ice. Phone Ardoln's. On a Hot Day Take a few drinks of Welch's Grape Juice, will cool you 'off and give you new life. Jnckson'K Sanitnry Groeery, Phone 353. No Police Court. There was no police court session this morning. Only one arrest was made during the night. Officer Barney Early arrested Maggie Banks1, a negress, and she was docketed on a charge of vag rancy. The streets were deserted long before mid-night on account of the strong -wind which was blowing. Special, ladies purses, shopping bags, El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza. Alamo Inn, 314 S. El Paso St. Finest furnished room in city. Keeps You Cool Many a cold lunch goes from our deli catessen these days. It's a great ac commodation to the good housewife and saves many hot hours in the kitchen. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery Phone 353. During June. July and August we close at noon on Saturdays. Krakauer, Zork Je .Moye. 'Democrats to Meet. County chairman J. P. O'Connor has called a meeting of the countj' Demo cratic committee for Monday night for the purpose of selecting his successor. The meeting will be held Monday morn ing in the county court room. The Way We Keep Them. We always have fresh dill pickles, sauerkraut, que,en olives In bulk, etc., in our delicatessen. It's our way of keeping them. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery Phone 353. During June. July and August we close at noon on Saturdays. Krakauer, Zork & Moye. C. L. Billington, TOO Magoffin Tel 1489 Painting, paper hanging, decorating. Arrested as Drag Users. Lottie Williams and George Noble have been transferred from the city jail to the county jail on charges of lunacy. Both are alleged to be addicted to the use of drugs. Helps the Houseivlfe. Don't "burn up" over a hot stove and in a hot kitchen baking cakes when you can get just as good cakes as Vver were baked, fresh every morning, 75 cents each. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Pecan Bar, io Cents. Saturday onsly, we will have on sale our own make of delicious 40 cents a pound Pecan Bar for 25 cents a pound. Potter Drug Co. School Census. County school superintendent Rainer expects to have the census of the coun ty schools completed within a week, each trustee taking' a census of his district. 4 Butter Weather. This is the weather-that tests but ter. Sedgwick creamery is the butter you should eat. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Pecan Bar, 25 Cents. Saturday onJy, we will have on sale our own make of deliciousk40 cents a pound Pecan Bar for 25 cents a pound. Potter Drug Co. Watermelons on ice. Phone Ardoin's. A Texas Holiday. This being Jefferson Davis's birthday anniversary and a legal holiday in Texas, the banks are closed in El Paso. The courts didn't pay any attention to it. RenI Ice Cold Waterenelon.s. When you order a watermelon from us you get one that is ice oold, taken from away back in the refrigerator, thoic-ughly chilled. .Tck5ton'B Snuitarv Grocery, Phone 353. The first Rockyford cantaloupes are In market and as usual are at this store where you will find everything that's good, first. Jnckson'n Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Go to Ardoin's. for your Saturday specials. SAND STORM AT DENISON OBSCURES CAR, BOY INJURED Denison, Tex., June 3. Claud Prather 14 years old, is in a serious condition this morning as a result of an accident last night. While he was driving a milk wagon a sand storm arose making his unaware of an electric car. The car demolished the wagon and Prather was badly hurt. MINING AND OIL NEWS. BIG MINING- DEAI, CLOSED AT TOBBEON German Capitalists Add An other Valuable Property to Holdings. Torreon. Mexico, June 2. The Penoles Mining company, operating the famous Oiuela mines and the MaDimi smelter, I one of the largest in Mexico, has just : aomiirAfl rrrtTnl if thf, San Juan Min- I ing company, owning the San Juan min ing properties in the Mapimi district. The news of the Penoles company having closed the deal for 51 percent of the stock in the San Juan caused ex citement In mining circles here. The I ized with 5000 shares at a par value of $20, and. as usual, with goia mining properties, it was with difficulty that the shares were placed among friends of the organizers in this vicinity. The price jhiid by -the purchasers is $400 per share, being on a basis of two million dollars for the entire properties. "With the legaJ transfer of 51 per cent of the stock, it Is understood that the standing offer of the Penoles com pany to pay at the rate of $400 per j share to the remaining stockholders j will hold good for 30 days, ana it is probable that most of them will sell. The Penoles Mining Co. is composed principally of German capital and the heaviest stockholders reside in Germany. They operate one of the richest proper ties In all of Mexico and millions of dol lars in dividends are sent out of this country 3'early to them. The San Juan properties are located between the smelter and the Ojuela mines. FILING ON OIL LAND 2TEAK TOYAH El Paso, Toyah and Califor nia Men After Land East of Here. During the past two days there have been several filings on land in that section near Toyah and not far distant from, the well sunk and capped by the Texas company. . County surveyor J. W. Eubank, who must survey mineral laud in connec tion with his duties as a county offi cer, has received several applications which are now on file in his office, three of them having been received from Toyah Thursday afternoon. The applicants who have served notice of filing are A. B. Schrock, section 39, block 52, public,' school lands; R. H. Lundrop. south one-half of section 3S and north one-half of section 18, block 52; Brooks Dal ton. west one-half of section 35 and east one half of south twest one-quarter of section 35, block 52, public school lands, all of these appli cants being from Toyah. Tex. C. A. King, east one-half of section one, block ( 45; W. R. Piper, south one-half of sec tion IS, block 52; L. R. Villars, north one-half of section 16, block 52, El Paso county public school lands, these appli cants being of El Pauo; F. W. King, section 14. block 62, township seven, T. P. surveys. King being from San derson, Tex.; J. A. Smiley, of Woodland, CaL section 30. block 61,'towriship one, T. P. surveys. All of these applications are made as mineral prospects and in connection with this, n may be bored for. Jos. J. Plowman, of Toyah, has filed on section 1, block 52, public school lands, as a guano prospect, the deposits of fertilizer being thought to be more valuable even than oil. WORK WILL BE RESUMED AT RICH LA PAZ CAMP. The new La Paz Gold Dredging com pany Is to resume operations on an ex tensive scale on its placer ground back of La Luz, on the Colorado river, Ari zona, 45 miles distant from Parker, and is negotiaing with the Colorado River Navigation company for transportation of Its machinery. La Paz is one of the historical places of Arizona, says the Parker Post- Gold galore was mined there In the early '80s and the place sustained a popula tion of several thousand. So plentiful was the gold chest In the old days that in weighing out gold for supplies or whisky a few scattered particles were never noticed. A pinch of gold dust j was the price of a drink of whisky and the grains that fell on the bar were brushed off on the floor. Years after the boom daj's the floors of sa loons and stores and the streets proved to be valuable mining grounds and in the '90s the ground covered by old La Paz was washed for the gold dropped as stated. COPPER MINES JN AMARGOSA MOUNTAIN SOLD FOR $100,000. A deal has been closed for the sale or the San Juan and La Bonita mines in Sierra Amargoso (Bitter mountains) in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, "B0 miles south of El Paso, and opposite Fort Hancock, Texas. The owners are judges J. E. Townsend and Felipe Sei jas, and Jose Ochoa. of Juarez. The purchase price is said to be $100,000. The properties have been extensively j developed and show up large bodies of J copper ore. The Puerto Rico mine, two miles dis tant, is also a very promising copper property. It is owned by Ayarzagoitia Mora, of Juarez. This property is also a copper mine carrying gold, being rich in both metals. PRECIOUS ORE VALITES AT SILVER MOUNTAIN, ARIZ. The Pacific Copper company Is open ing up three veins on its properties at Silver mountain, five miles southwest of Harrington, Ariz., at a depth of 400 feet, one vein being nine feet wide, showing gold, silver and copper values up to) as high as $60 a ton. The second vein "is 14 feet wide, showing similar values, and the third vein is 100 feet wide, but carries low values. The com pany is now working j rich shoot of ore several hundred feet long Tunning from $20 to S300 a ton. John Kelley. of Kansas City. Is president, and is also treasurer of the El Tigre mine, ofi , Mexico. GOLD BELT COMPANY QUITS WORK AT CLIFTON Clifton, Ariz., June 3. Reports are current that the Gold Belt Develop ment company has discontinued opera tions. The Gold Belt, located 10 miles from Clifton, consist of a number of good claLnv, which the company has been trying to get under way. A stamp mill had been installed." A large num ber of the heavy stockholders are Clif ton men. DENVER MINER BUYS SANTA1 FE COUNTY. N. M.. PROPERTY Santa Fe, N. M.. June 2. Judge John R McFIe, in the United States count. entered an order permitting the ale to Joseph Healy, of Denver, for $8000 of the American Gold and Copper company n.Ines near Orrillos. in the southern part of Santa Fe countv. The Guggen heim interests who had bid for the prop erty withdraw heir l 1 The new owr er will resume operations at once. MINING AND OIL NEWS. EICH OEE FOUND IN SOCOBEO MINE Ernestine and Deadwood Mines Progressing Mo- gollon District News. Mogollon, N. M., June 3. At the So corro Mines, probably the most signifi cant of the many encouraging develop ments is the value of the ore body in the 600 east, the bottom level, approxi mately 1000 fee below the apex of the Little Fannie vein. The vein is six feet wide and averages $40 per ton, which is four times the value of the surface ore. A new discovery has been made still nearer the queen vein or mother lode, of which this companv owns 4500 lineal feet, including the famous Consolidated mine, which has one of the largest gold and silver crop pings In the west. The Ernestine Mining company, ow ing to the unusual dryness the past few months, is finding Its water supply somewhat diminished, and hung up the stamps for 30 hours while cleaning out the sump at the pumping station. Ore milled during the week was on this ac count but 563 tons, with 45 sacks of concentrates. No bullion clean-up was made. The Deadwood mines have started work in the shaft and will sink to the 600-foot level. The Helen Miningcompany owner Is expected from Denver to close a deal In connection with the overhauling of the mill and power plant at Graham. The pipe line is being rapidly installed. At the Queen mining company, an examination of the holdings, on the Queen vein, will soon be made by prospective-purchasers. yIt is one of the extensive, low-grade properties of the district. EXTENSIVE COPPSIt ORE CHUTE IX MtAMI DISTRICT From its mln In the northern part of the Miami district, Arizona, the War rior Development company is continu ing shipments of high grade copper ore at the Tate of 100 tons a day to the Fl Paso smelter, the ore averaging nine and five-tenths percent copper, being largely copper sHIcates. The west drift on the 300-foot level Is showing one of the most extensive high grade copper ore chiftes ever developed in the Globe Miami district. Over SO men are em ployed in the property. INSPIRATION PROPERTIES AT GLOBE MAKE GOOD SHOWING The two churn drills working on the Colorado mine of the Inspiration Mir ing company in the Globe district, Ari zona, have encountered good grade cop per sulphide ore at 500 foot depth. The churn drilling on this company's prop erties shows the ore body has it? greatest vertical depth "along the we' I defined contact, between the granite and Pinail schist, being in many places between 300 and 400 feet. RAY CONSOLIDATED MINE IS PROVING UP TONNAGE The Ray Consolidated, which at the end of 1908 only claimed a developed, copper ore tonnage of 3,700,000 tons, has now nearly 42,000.000 tons in its mines in Ray, Arizona, proved by churn drills, and Is rapidiy opening up this ore and converting what may be re garded as an estimate into a positive tonnage. It is believed that there wHT be fully 100.000,000 tons'blocked out in this wonderful copper-porphyry mine in the near future. JEROME, ARIZ., MINE INSTALS ELECTRIC PUMPING PLANT A pumping plant is to be installed on the Jerome Verde mine at Jerome, Ari zona, to unwater the mine. It will be one of the biggest pumplngs In that section, with a capacity of 27S gallons a minute, the water being lifted 70o feet, and the pump to be operated bv electrical power. A contract has been closed with the Arizona Power company to supply the current. WORK IN PACHUCA DISTRIGT. Work at the Patisina mine adjoin ing the San Rafael group in Pachuca district, Mexico, is to be commenced at once. Arrangements have been made by William Jenkin of the El Oro min ing & Railway company to be tinder the direction of Igpacio "Rivera, the engi neer. DEATHS AND BTJBIALS. ALTEEA CUTHBERTSON. Althea Custhbertson. the llmonths old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbert scn. died Friday morning at the resi dence 1419 Missouri street. Funeral services were held Friday- aftenoon. Rev. R. B. Smith officiating. Interment was made in Concordia oemeterV RAILROAD MAN SAYS ENEMIES ARE, AFTER HIM George Washington Adams, a railroad man, asked at the police station Friday morning that he be placed In safe keep ing, stating that several persons were after him. He has held a position as brakeman between Ft. Worth and Big Springs, on the-T. & P. and waS on his way to Alexandria, La., where he states he has been appointed yardmaster. He also says his wife and children live in Fort Worth. o -O POSTPONED GAMES FRIDAY. National League. At New York: Cincinnati-New York; no game. rain. At Philadelphki: St. LouisPhiladel phia: no game, rain. At Brooklyn: Pittsburg-Brooklyn; no game, rain. American League. At St. Louis: Boston-St. Louis; no game, rain. TO GO TO mlllGATION CONGRESS. A joint meeting of the Water Users association and the chamber of com merce directors was held Thursday to arrange for the special train to go to the irrigation congress to be held at Pueblo, Colo., in September. HURT BY AUTO CRANK. Edward MacMillen this afternoon re ceived painful Injuries on the head while cranking the automobile of a friend at the side entrance of Hotrl Sheldon. The crank cut a deep gasii over Mr. MacMillen's right eye. GRAND JURY INDICTMENTS. Two indictments were returned Friday morning by the grand jury. Steve Mas sey being charged with burglary, and Will Watson with theft over $50. MARRIED BY McCLINTOCK. Severo Rodriguez and Miss Petra Garcia were married Friday afternoon by justice McClintock in the office of Ike Alderete, 14striet clerk. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban ish sick headache, prevent despondency and ivigorite the whole system. Sold by all dealers.