EL PASO HERALD
Monday, July 18, 1910,
I $2J50 $3.00 $3.50 4.00 $4.50 $5.00 J JrBm
$20 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00
IMPORTED RAZORS asiowas
1000 fineixnportcd razors vn.ll be placed on sale this week as low as 97c each.
These razors are from one of the leading importers of razors In the United
States, THE M. I,. BRANDT CUTLERY CO., of NewYork City. They are
all hisrh-erade goods. "Wesectired s. bip-sfoet -it n ridimlons firm re. which -outs
I ns in a positiea to offeryou the following goodsat nearly half the prices. All
jajuisaic imiy &iianiui.ccu ; 11 nocsaiisiactory, tn?y can De excnangca. j.nc
assortment comprises all of the following well known makes :
Wade & Batches- No. ISO Ben Hur No. 107 Tour choice f ff
IWoleniiolxaLX.L.No. 143 Lewis No. 105 f of any of IJ
Wostanbolm Pino No. 149 Brandt No. 100 fthc;e 0 S
I Rogers Razor No. 116 Blue Steel No. 117 $2.50 Razors J g Y
Also a few very high priced razors highly polished, and elabor
ately finished, to go at half price.
S3.00 Brandt No. Ill, S1.47 I S3.50 Brandt No. 115, Sl.77
S4.00 Brandt No. 112, $1.97 I S4.50 Brandt No. 110, S2.47
Brsndfs Best No. 119, reeularprico $5.00, ourprice $2.97 ecl
All razors are fall hollow ground, and set ready for use.
"We will also place oa sale 1000 of the genuine
BRANDT SELF-HONING RAZOR STROPS
i!25Stf.?&S Our Price 970 each
The BrandtScIf-Honing RaxorStrop is thebest razor strop on the
market to-day. The only razor strop in the world that hones and
strops your razor at the same time and enables you to obtain an
edge which only an experienced barber can give. The Brandt Self
honing Razor Strop will put a keener edge on a razor with fewer
strokes than any other razor strop. GUARANTEED never to be
come hard or glossy. Special: a $2.00 Brandt Safety Razor and
Brandt Shtvins Brash for 97c, each. 21AH, ORDERS PILLED.
CARR DRUG CO., 202 Texas "
Too Late To Classify.
CHANCE TO 51AKE MOM2Y.
We have for sale 20 acres in Vine
yard Tract at a price that a good
profit can be made on it in a snort
time. See us for full particulars.
Austin A: JInrr,
ON TEXAS ST.. CLOSE IN.
40rl20. 6 room brick. $8000, good
terms. This property Willi be worth
$300 per foot in 6 months.
Austin & Mnrr, Agents,
G04 Stewart, 8 rooms ? 40.00
'09 N. Ochoa, G rooms 27.50
1216 Missouri. 4 rooms 15.00
1220 Missouri. 4 rooms la.oO
j Illy N. Virginia, S rooms 45.00
1 bJ5 N. ochoa St.. 6 rooms 30.00
1216 N. Kansas, 5 rooms 2S.00
704 Arizona St., 5 rooms 27.50
Sul Arizona St., 5 rooms 30.0
604 N. Virginia St., 5 rooms 25.01
606 N. Virginia St., 5 rooms 25.09
2211 Texas St., 4 rooms 15.01
309 St. Louis St., store rooms 12f.O0
Gil San Antonio St., store room... 75.00
Austin A 3Inrr,
A Sample Of the Ring's Unfairness jgQ SAVING FOR YOU
EI Pa.o, Tex.. July 15th, 1910.
"Whereas, at the coming County Pri-
invalidate the election. However, Mr.
Pool did not base his refusal to sign
mary Election there is a contest between j this agreement upon any such grounds,
certain candidates for the Democratic . I can not believe that the general pub-
nomination. Now therefore, that there
may be harmony, and that all factions
may be properly represented In the polls
by the selection of associate judges, it
Is therefore agreed that Honorable
Adrian Pool who Is compaign manager
for one of said factions, may select one (
lie of El Paso county will permit them
selves to be so "ring-ridden" that they
will fail to register a vigorous and em
phatic protest against anything that
even has a semblance of unfairness In
I desire to say that the purity of the
$2.00 Razor Hones 97c
Too Late To Classify.
A LETTER FOll i'OU.
Replies sent in care oi The Herald
office were awaiting the following ad
vertisers this morning.
These replies should be called for not
later than one week after being bulletined:
C. A. W. P. X.
B. 1CS X. 2
IC X. 44
K. 32 i.
L. 27 'A. 14
U. N. Ranch
P. 135 German
Q. L. T 113
V. 191 3253
U. 220 432
T 206 291
TV. 243 143
Too Late To Classify.
FOR SALE Five passenger Buick,
Whitehead, Hack and Auto stand.
HOUSEKEEPING and furnished rooms.
VALLEY LAND SaRGAIX.
30 acres all in flrstclass stand of
alfalfa; well located on the main road
and main ditch at $90 per acre.
' R. C. Bailey Land Co.,
306 Mesa. Orndorff Hotel Bldg.
LET US BOND YOU.
"Why ask your friends to go on your
bond when we furnish bond at a small
cost in one of the best companies in
the United States, the Title Guaranty
and Surety .Co. See us.
Bronddnx & Lenvell,
216 Texas St.
1407 ACRES 1 mile from Quanah,
fenced, running water, fine proposition;
.$12 50 per acie. Write box No. S2.
THE CHANGE OF TIME.
The letting of the Pecos high school
has been postponed from July 20th to
July 28th at 10 ociock a. m.
A. H. Phillip.
1405 Montana, a good
FOR SALE: Sideboard,, water cooler,
chairs, cot. and other furniture and
notions. 703 Texas St.
THIS IDEAL HOME, A BEAUTY.
East front on N. Kansas St.. 39 feet
frontage, 6 large rooms and bath, din
ing room with paneled walls and beam
ceiling, finished in mission style, buf
fet and china cabinet. First quality
red pressed brick, 2 large porches.
Price S5000; terms.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co.,
Rooms 27 and 2S, Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 1768.
40x120 feet close m on Texas St.;
fine business property where values
are advancing rapidly. Let us talk
this over with you.
Austin : Mnrr,
218 W. Franklin, 10 rooms $60,00
606 Nevada, 5 room 32.50
1415 Nevada St., 5 rooms 27.50
1116 E. Missouri, 4 rooms 18.00
614 N. El Paso St., 3 rooms (fur.) 25.00
513 Newman St., 4 rooms 15.00
513 X. Campbell, 4 rooms 16.0U
810 N. El Paso St., 5 rooms 25.00
1411 Nevada St.. 5 rooms.. 25.0U
411 Willow St... 5 rooms 22.50
710 X. Oregon, 4 rooms (fur.) . . . 30.00
207 Boulevard. 4 room flat 25.09
417 Mesa Ave. Bell Phono 15.
OLD MEXICO LAND BARGAIN.
75c PER ACRE.
220,000 acre tract timber and good
stock range, in state of Durango, near
Tepic line; will cut 500,000,000 feet of
merchantable lumber, four-fifths pine,
balance hardwood. This is mountain
range, with broad, fertile table lands
and well watered valleys, and a splen
did livestock proposition.
WE HAVE OTHER BARGAINS
In Mexico in tracts from 5000 acres up.
Newman & Son,
Bell Phone 314. 304 Mesa Ave.
associate judge in each of the different hnUnt hrvr fs the obiect that we wish to
polling places to represent hns faction, j atlaIn and to secure. If possible, a fair
And it is agreed that Honorable J. O. ( election. We can but feel that the bet
Crowson, who is campaign manager fo- ' ter asiirance Gf that puritv is by equal
the other faction may also select ono j representaion which should be accord
associate judge for each of the polling .- ed iQ al, thp camii(iates on both factions
precincts in saia county at saia election. a- tne pojs
And It Is agreed that the presiding judge l j am M-10ny
OI saia pulling jnciiuti iiian apjiuuu
as Ms associate the judges so selected
by said Pool and Crowson.
J. O. Crowson.
Campaign Manager for Hall and Others.
I desire to state to the voters of El
Paso county I speak as chairman of
that portion of the Democracy of El
Paso county which the "ring" seeks
and intends. If such a thing can be ac-
complished, to practically disfranchise
I In the forthcoming primary election to
! be held on July 23. 1910.
I presented the above agreement at
about 1:30 p. m. on July 15, to Mr.
Adrian Pool, chairman of the "Ring"
faction, at the office and in the presence
of Mr. W. B. "Ware, county chairman,
and in The presence of some six or eight
other gentlemen, three of whom were
present in the interest of F. J. Hall,
candidate for sheriff and three In the
interest of Mr. Peyton J. Edwards, can
didate for sheriff, and who are oppos
ing candidates for such office.
The above proposition is for a division
of associate judges of the coming elec
tion. This proposition was presented by
me In the 'interest of harmony.and to the
end. to guarantee, if possible, to the
voters of El Pao county, and to the
candidates, of whom the "Ring" has de
clared its opposition, as well as to the
"Ring" candidates themselves, a square
deal and a. fair count, and with the fur
ther end that the people might freely
express their choice at the polls and let
the best men win.
Upon presentation of the above com
munication, Mr. Pool with some asperity
refused to sign "any such agreement."
One of the gentlemen present in the in
terest of Mr. Peyton J. Edwards his
father, judge Edwards, suggested that
inasmuch as the law provided for the
annoinrment of onlv one associate iudsre
the appointment of two Judges might I
linnitln to sp how this
of said polling precinct shall appoint , arramrement and the appoint
ment of associate judges in the pri
mary election which Is absolutely fair
and square, would do other than assure
a fair election. I have the assurance
that Mr. Hall and the other candidates
in the "Anti-Ring" faction are agree
able to thl3 agreement.
I might say that in the election two
years ago a similar agreement was en
tered into and carried out by Mr. R. V.
Bowden and Mr. William H. Burges,
who were acting as a committee ana
that upon their suggestion there was
an associate judge placed in most of
the voting precincts to represent tne
two different factions, and therefore
they can not say that there Is no prece
dent for such procedure.
It has been openly asserted upon the
streets and in the barrooms that the
"Ring" has the machine, and to the or
dinary voter It certainly appears that
they intend to use It.
The question Is, shall we have a fair
election, and have the votes properly
counted by honest men, or hall we sit
idlv bv and permit the reverse of this
proposition. We think it time that the
'sensible voter should consider these
matters, and we trust the proposition
to the well thinking public.
If honesty Indicates that this agree
ment should have been entered into,
then we are satisfied. If the people
think that this was unfair and that
there was no just reason why the agree
ment should not have been entered into,
then we think, as men, Its refusal should
be resented against the gentlemen who
are responsible for the refusal of Mr.
Pool to sign the same.
' J. O. Crowson.
Campaign Manager for Hall and Others.
YOU WATCH OUR WINDOWS
10 rbs. Pure Lard
w .T Wq Pure Lard
3 lbs. Pure Lard
1 dozen Pint Jars
1 dozen Quart Jars
1 dozen 1-2 Gal. Jars
3 cans Banquet Corn
for -. i
Pure CAml Honey,
Earrinton Hall Steel Cut
Coffee, . per lb
Blue Ribbon Coffee,
Teed Teas, per lb., 35c, 50c
2 pkgs. Evaporated Apples
We deliver to East El Paso on Tuesdays and Fridays.
To Highland Park on Wednesdays.
Standard Grocery Co.
The Cash Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
208-210-212 St. Louis St
Bell Phones 367 ana 348. Auto 1901
steady at an advance with futures and
spots both selling higher.
Liverpool. Eng., July IS. There was
an advance of IS English points in
the spot aix-islon of the cotton market
today, and the market makes a full
response to the condition existing in
America. The spot sales aggregate
3000 bales at 8.19d for American mid
dlings, or $16.30 in American values.
Sales, 10.000 bales. FutiTres opened
firm and ruled firm.
WYNTED A home for girl 7 years
old in private family. Answer and I
will call and see you. Write B. 9S.
CAX LOCATE PART OF S PERSON'S
on 160 acres promising oil lands at
cost of $10 each ($80 for the 160 acres);
adjoining the holdings of a California
company who will begin drilling soon.
Monev returned if location" is not
j made complete without conflict. J. F.
Two nice 4 room brick houses near
S. W. shops, and convenient to foun- I
dry, at $12.50 per month.
Xewman & Son,
Phone 914. 304 Mesa Ave.
r tnancial and
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN jAND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON.
"Yl 4T TO BIT Some Angora Tiannie
goats and a buck. Address box 35,
Car izozo, X. M.
1FIRE IXSI R4XCE Give your
nesQ to HAWKINS. BROS.
POR TR YDE Two fine lots and a
small piece of valley land, will trade
for cottage. HAWKINS BROS.
MESA WE. BARGAIN 52x120, 4
blocks from plaza. A snap. HAWKINS
BARGAINS: BARGAINS! WANTED
We have several cash buyers if you
have a real bargain and want to part
with it at once hurry to HAWKINS
BROS. "HOMES OUR SPECIALTY."
15 R003I BRICIv ON N. FLORENCE
Sacrifice price, $S750. HAWKINS
WANTED By couple with baby, nice
room with board, or 3 flrstclass house
keeping rooms. Those not having -nice
rooms need not apply. Write B. 2142,
NEED GLASSES i Ask Segall.
WANTED By responsible family, a
cow for its keep; will take the be3t
of care of it. P. 318.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A HOME
I have it for you. Any number of
rooms at prices and terms that will
suit you. Some of these are very
Wallace T. Downing-,
209 Mesa Ave.
Completely furnished dining room in
connection with Lakota. 614 Mesa Ave.
Parties must be responsible.
Dnrlhson Renlty Co.
214 Texas St.. Room 29, or Phone
SIX ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT.
512 N. . Kansas; good rooming house.
Kettlcr Realty Co., Phone fl2.
DRIVING AND SADDLE HORSE BAR
GAIN. Fine looker and gentle enough for
i child to handle. Phone o2.
OFFICES FOR RENT Single or en
suite, strictly modern offices In new
Herald building: most central location
and best offices for the money in the
c.tv. Applv to agent, 326 Herald
Bldg.. top floor, '
W YNTED A couple to rent part of
furnished cottage: references. Phone
FOR RENT VEBV CHEAP 2 room
fT-om iinn:i in Hiirhland Park, fur
bished for light housekeeping,
onco 523 Wheeling St.
FINE IMPROVED FARM BARGAIN.
Only a few miles down the river. Its
close enough so you can come to town
to attend to business while the farm
makes the living.
ICettler Realty Co., 30S Mesa Ave.
FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall.
FOR RENT Nice -front room, down
stairs 912 Lecn Bell 3707.
When you see some person wearing
glasses for the first time. Don't be so
fgnorant as to remark that you would
bet that she wore them for style. No
one wears glasses for the fun there is
in wearing them. It is a positive mis
fortune to be compelled to wear glass
es, but it is a most fortunate thing that
if you are afficted with defective vis
ion you can obtain .the right glasses
LOST One plain Romanized gold lock- to give you relief.
et with lady's picture inside. Finder Geo. D. KendnTI,
e return t-o Hotel Orndorn: and r"- - -iu a--. -xi.-s ma xvimn.
GER1TAN, Gttl wants a place
conk. Phone 1530. f
W. P. H.
WANTED Woman or English speak
ing Mexican girl to take care of young
ladv who is convalescent. Call at 414
San Jose St. Highland Park.
WANTED TO BORROW SOO 'for six
months on five lots in restricted dis
trict. Highland Park. Lots worth
515P0 Phone 1757.
During these I
hot days why
not keep cool
Tl t VmPl n-r.. (A n.AnA -rr.'UA
bercular patients. Apply to Matron,
FOR SALE Fine buff Cochin and
white Wyandotte chickens, also sev
eral hatchings of springs. Phone Bell
WANTED Some one to take charge of
dining room and kitchen at the La
kota. 614 Mesa. Phone 2261.
BUFF ORPINGTON COCKERELS from
first pen Iowa eggs, for sale. Splendid
size, color and form. 1413 Boulevard.
EARNING 10 PERCENT NOW.
I have a 5 room brick for $3150 that
pays S300 per year rental. This is
now paying 10 percent and is rapidly
increasing in value. I can sell this on
my usual EASY TERMS.
Wallace T. Downing,
209 Mesa Ave.
$'100 WILL BUY
This 5 room modern brick with 50 feet;
readj' for occupancy now. EASY
$2000 FOR A
6 room modern brick on car line. This
Is a great bargain and I can arrange
terms to suit you.
Wallace T. Downing.
STOP THAT RENT, BUY THIS HOME.
The owner must sacrifice this 3 room
frame house, large porch, 3 corner lots,
1 block from Fort Bliss car line, a
beautiful little place. Owner leaving
city. Make $500 on this in the next
3 months. Price $950, 1-3 cash.
Anderson-Bennett Realty Co..
Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards
Building. Bell 491; Auto. 1768.
furnished; no con
Arizona, opposite Ho-
NeTV Yorlc Quotations.
(By Associated Press, i
New York, July IS. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
cent. Clotinc Uuotntioiis Today.
Bar silver, 54 ?s.
Desilverized lead, $4.454.50.
Copper, standard spot, $11.5012.00;
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) 55.02
Mexican dollars. 44c
Current wrtieltr Quotaiiciis.
E1 Paso Smitero
Bar silver 54 ?a
Coppen (wire bars) 12
Coppr Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl2, d6
Lead (New York sates prices) ... .$4.40
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 54.73
GL-oux ! 6
Greene Cananea 6Ti
Helvetia -' 2Vi
Miami ! 16
Nevada Con 174,
North Butte 21
Old Dominion 33
Shannon 1 9
Sup. & Boston "7fe
Sup. & Pittsburg 5
U. S. Smelters, com 34
Utah Con 20
Utah Copper ! 414
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Hf-rald fron
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
(By Special Wire to The- Serald from
H. H Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.)
Ariz.-Mich. pt pd 30c
Cactus 2 1-16
Cal. & Montana ..: S5c
Chino Cop. Co 10i
Chief Con ".
Cordova, pt pd....
Cordova, full pd .
J Ely Cent
Live Oak Dev
Nat. Mng. Exp
Ohio Copper 1
Pinto Copper 15c
Ray Central 2 U
Ray Consolidated '. 16
San Antonio, pt pd 6
Superior & Globe, pt pd 30c
"WANTED An experienced waitress.
White. 619 N. Kansas.
Coal, Wood and Grain
GEO. C. WIMBERLY, Pans City Fuel Co.
811 Texas St. Bell 1479; Auto. 1818.
Colo. Fuel & Iron.
M. K. & T
Si. Lonlr Wool. Close.
St Louis, Mo., July 18. Wool un
changed. Territory and western me-
lum!'oAS22; fln mediums, 1617;
AMERICAN MINER'S BODY
TO EL PASO FOR BURIAL.
Richard J. Baker Died of Internal In
juries as Result of Mexico Mine
Accident on July 9.
With the arrival Sunday morning of
Richard J. Baker, an El Paso contrac
tor and builder, came the story of his
death July 9 at the plant of the Guana
juato Developing company, Guanajua
to, Mex. The body was accompanied
by the widow, a sister, Mrs. C. A.
Houck of this city, and two daughters,
Miss Elsie Baker, of El Paso, and Mrs.
H. E. Delzell, of Kansas City.
According to the story brought by
the relatives, Mr. Baker was struck
by a bucket of ore which fell from an
aerial tramway under which he was
standing. Internal injuries about the
chest caused the death. He lived pne
Funeral services were held Monday
afternoon at the chapel of Peak & Ly
ons. Rev. R. C. Womeldorf officiating.
Interment was made in Concordia cemetery.
match a flame fanned his face and
breast, and aid from his family was o
little service- He was removed July
11 to Providence hospitaL
For El Paso and vicinity; Tonight
and Tuesday, partly cloudy weather.
For New Mexico; Generally fair to
night and Tuesday.
For west Texas: Tonight and Tues
day, partly cloudy weather.
Highest temperature at El Paso last
24 hours, 90 degrees; lowest last 13
hours. 67 degrees. (Temperature taken
at 6 a. m. Monday.)
Cloudcroft, N. M., July 18, (9 a. m.)
"Weather for the past 24 hours, clear,
calm. Maximum temperature, 74; mini
mum, 50. Precipitation, none.
CHANGES IN CUSTOMS FOkuE.
The followin; ciaanges will be made
in the local customs force: L. O. Howell
is to be superintendent of mounted in
spectors: C 1L Lyman is to be cashier
in place of Mr. Howell. "W. O. HJowey
will take Mr. Lvman's place on the bond
desk. 0. B. Slater ivill succeed Mr.
Hovv as liquidation clerk. Bridge in
spector MaxweH Trill take Mr. Slater'3
place at the joint warehouse. Inspector
Crockett will succeed Mr. Maxwell as
bridge inspector and inspector Keyes "will
succeed Mr. Crockett as footman.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
I am a candidate for the office of
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1.
Place No. 2. El Paso county. I solicit
your vote subject to Democratic pri
mary July 23. 1910.
Cm XI. II ai.lUBi
El Paso, Texas.
New York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving fC. Farrlngton &
Co., New York.)
Pn'lHIntr 1 f n '.'
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Southern Pac 113 14
dr. lee Mcintosh
Painless Dentist. 211 San Antonio St.
DR. E. W. BRYAN
107 San Antonio St. Bell
EYrrGH':' rmn?t)nT! Ask Srgall.
FOR RENT Two nice housekeeping
rooms, unfurnished, adjoining bath,
modern; reasonable to couple without
children. 1131 San Antonio St
We rent Electric
Fans at low
Pocket Flash Lights
All sizes and prices.
107 S. Stanton St.
WANTED Good woman for general
housework. Mrs. A. J. Frazler. 1310
Roosevelt. Bell 2981. Take Smelter
LOST, S5.0O REWARD Strayed from
Anthony. N. M.. sorrel horse, flaxen
mane, white feet, brand on right shoul
der, circle and bar. Notify T. R. Fran
cis. El Paso. Texas.
EYE TROUBLE? AsiC rrgan.
LOST Tan parasol with pink silk lin
ing, on Mexico car, Sunday afternoon.
Reward. Return 506 N. Campbell.
FOR SALE CHEAP Full size sanitary
couch, 2 mattresses, pillows, chiffonier
with mirror; large reading lamp, 8 day
clock; all in good condition. Phone
FURNITURE FOR SALE CHEAP
Dressers, tables, rockers, chairs, refrig
erator, iron beds, springs, cooking
utensils, etc SIS Myrtle Ave.
FOR SALE AT $7000.
PAYING 10 PERCENT.
A modern 2 story red pressed brick,
flat building, 5 flats. 4 rooms each,
bath, gas, electric light, toilet and lava
tory; entrance for each flat: lot 50 foot
frontage; located on the north side in
paved district; good terms.
Cs-gidy "- Davidson.
211 St. Louis St. Both Phones.
DRS. BROWN AND GALLOWAY.
Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldg.
HERMANS FURNITURE CO.
114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash
Union Pac . ..16o4s
U. S. Steel, com 69
EOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald icom
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Ariz. Commercial 12
Bost. Corb ll iZ
Calumet & Ariz 47
Copper Range GO
Consolidated Arizona 1
Ely Central 11-16
ESTHER ALLEN, 3IanIcnrlnK.
211 St. Louis St. Bell 1966
HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED.
Union Hat and Tailor Shop, 207 S. Stan
ton. Clothes cleaned and pressed. Bell
2530; Auto 2222.
H. R. BURGER, 205 South EI Paso.
"Watch repairing a specialty.
METROPOLITAN RENOVATING CO.
225 South Stanton. Both Phones.
WE CAN FIX IT SHOP.
347 Myrtle. Bell 515; Auto 1515. Um
brella? covered, keys fitted, rubber tires
for baby carts.
DR. CARL SMITH
107 San Antonio St. Auto 2151.
BROKEN GLASSES; 4sk Segall.
Five corner lots on Rio Grande St.
for 3150. Don't delay on this offer,
let us show them to you.
Austin .t Mnrr,
EL PASO SEED HOUSE
506 San Antonio. Write for price list.
DR. R. A. HIGGINS, 305 S. Oregon.
Hospital for Horses and Dogs.
ANGELUS HOTEL BAR
Just around the corner on Mesa. Have
you had an Augelus Fizz?
For Sale Real Estate.
80 ACRES. I
25 acres in old alfalfa, iiu acres in
new alfalfa, family orchard of 50 trees
in bearing, good 4 room house, out
buildings and hay sheds. Present In
come of owner from farm about $1500
a year. Must sell at once at a great
sacrifice on account of sickness". Let
us talk to you about this.
' 24 ACRES.
10 acres In alfalfa, 10 acres In corn,
The kind that grows in the great corn
belt, 2 room house, good corrals and
outbuildings. All under good ditches
and wire fences. One-half mile from
Anthony bridge. If sold at once the
growing crops Included. See this for
a bargain; terms.
12 acres in alfalfa, within 200 yards
main Chamberino ditch on public road.
All easily cleared for cultivation. A
snap at $90 an acre; land adjoining
selling for $125. If -not sold in tjvo
weeks will raise to the price of ad
Jo'"'ng land. Terms.
GUMM A AVOOD,
Valley Land Specialists.
Chamberino. N. M.
Too Late To Classify.
31 ONE Y 3IAKING BUSINESS OPPOR-
perience. capable of keepinv books.
Must have $2500 to invest in a very
well paying businesss established in
El Paso for the past five years. The
investor wiill handle the books und the
money of the concern. Salary $100.
Will stand the strictest Investigation.
If you haven't the cash money don't
apply. No agents. Address "Business
Opportunity," P. O. box 1112. El Paso,
Ely Consolidated ...
Ray Central .,- 2
Ray Consolidated 16
FUNERAL OF BUSH INFANT.
Funeral services for the infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. C- A Bush, who died
Saturday at 2627 Boulevard, were held
Monday afternoon at the family resi
dence. Interment was made by Nag
ley & Raster In Concordia cemetery.
3IAZIE JULIA GRIFFITH.
Mazie Julia Griffith, the 9yearold
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Griffith,
died Sunday at the residence. 1101 East
Overland street. Pneumonia was the
cause. Funeral services -were "held Mon
day afternoon at the residence. Rev. R.
B. Smith officiating. Interment was
made by Nagley & Kaster in Evergreen
The Herald Is authorized to annonnca
O. M. Tailey as a candidate for District
Clerk, subject to the Democratic pri
maries July 23. 1910.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for sheriff, of El Paso county sub
ject to the Democratic primaries Juijr
F. J. Hall.
EL PASO LODGE, NO. ISO, A.F.&A.X.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
L. E. Gillett, W. H.
E. W. S. Neff. Secy.
Masonic Relief Board 108 Mesa
Ave.; hours ID a. m. to 12 m.
Grain and Provisions.
' Dec .
Chlcasro Grain. Close.
. 1.09 ti 1.09
. . 5Sl5Svi
Chicago Provisions. Close.
- Sept ...I $21.52V
Oct v.'..,. ; U-l.57
Ribs 'j: 4 1
Sept . SJ.'::: .$'11.52.
Oct ....-. 10.97.U'
Cotton Operator Nervoux.
New York, N. Y.. July IS. Hot winds
yesterday and today and the lack of
molsturo in the southwestern cotton
belt is again the sustaining factor in
the contract market, although these
factors are reinforced by a heavier de
mand for actual cotton which will be
required for delivery for August. Cot
ton is nervous. Either a continued dry
spell or a prolonged wet one can bring
H5m3tT. te tlio rrrr Vinf fr Vitk rn
TUNITY for a man with business ex- I ent it seems that less rain In the At
lantic states has encouraged the tal
ent to hold back a -while longer be
fore covering too freely on the fear of
a very short crop. The opening at New
York was three points under the high
est point reached Saturday, and the
highest point reached since the Sully
campaign. The market did not stop
.there, but continued on to a higher
level, making nw high figures.
Future nnd Spots HlgKer.
New Orleans. La.. July 18. The lib
eral advance In spots in Livejjool to
day Is due primarily to the Increased
demand on this side for actual cotton
for delivery on contract In New York.
Train loads are being rushed to New
York so that there will be ample cot
ton there to meet the demands. The
same condition caused the market on
this side to open higher and Tuled
MEXICAN YOUTH DIES
AS RESLrLT OF BURNS
After two -veeks of agony, Justin
Granado, 17 years of age, died at Provi
dence hospital Sunday as a result of
burns suffered at his home on 11th
street, near the river. Only death has
disclosed the peculiar accident.
Young Granado was building a fire
in a wood stoTe at his home, and eek- SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY,
ing to make a rapid blaze poured kero- FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD TTrfL,
sene on the fuel. At the touch of the J EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT.
A. & A. 5. RITE OF P-TiEE 3IASONRT.
Meets the second and third Mondays
of each month in Masonic Temple.
W. H. SIcCHlloasrk. Seer.
FOR RENT 7 room modern house, de
lightful location, sleeping out porch,
cellar, attic. $30 per month. Will sell
my r isv t-jrms. W. F. Clark, Jnion
Mrf-. LesHe Diesendorf, of 509 North
Florence street, ha5 returned from a six
weeks' vacation trip through California.
HON. R. H. WARD, late of San Antonio, an
able, eloquent and entertaining orator, will speak in
behalf of the candidacy of
HON. R. V. DAVIDSON
for Governor of Texas
and against the availability of O. B. Colquitt
You are invited to hear him. Every
thing Free, including band music
Ladies Invited and Welcome
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