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the 'Races By ""Bud" Fisher
Thursday, Dee. 1, 1910.
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tions, per word 05
By month, per line 1.00
ADS BY PHONE.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell wftat
you want The Herald boy -will collect
the next day.
Lost and Found.
LOST Brlndle bull dcg. $5.00 reward.
112 E. Missouri.
LOST One gold bracelet set -with
pearls. If found return to 614 N. Kan
sas St. Reward.
LOST Mouse colored pony, branded
AE. on thigh. Return to 1141 Nevada
and receive reward. Phone 2115.
LOST, SIE1TED OR STOLEN Small
black mare, brand C. on left cheek.
Reward if returned to 415 San Mar
ciaL LOST Between Ochoa and 1415 Ne
vada, or on Boulevard' car, diamond
locket and chain engraved .T- M W.
Reward if returned. Phone 3797.
I,OST Boy's overcoat, brown checked,
between Mesa school and W. Boule
vard. Reward. Dr. F. P. Miller, Ca
EMPLOY3IEXT OFFICE Mrs. O'Brien,
Prop. 508 N. Kansas.
WANTED Cleaner and presser; good
proposition to right person. Apply 414
Mesa. Clothes- Torium. .
WANTED A good short order man
cook for American restaurant in city
of Chihuahua. Mexico; no Japanese or
Chinese wanted. Call Mr. McKenna,
319 E. Boulevard between 3 and 4 p.m.
WANTED Men without experience to
work at electricity, plumbing, automo
biles, bricklaying; iearn trade few mos.
-without expense; 200 students last year;
530,000 contract jobs. Write immediate
ly. U. T. School Con. Co.. Los Angeles.
WANTED Young men to learn tele
graphy for immediate 'service; situation
sure. Dallas Tele. College. Dallas. Tex.
WANTED Men by large contracting
company. $20,000 contract work go
ing. Can learn auto., electricity,
plumbing, bricklaying trade in few
months. No apprentices or helpers
work and -no expense. Catalog free.
TJ. T. School Con. Co., Los Angeles.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Few weeks required. Best paying
work within the reach of poor men.
Wages up to $20 weekly. Small capi
tal starts shop. Few barbers take
apprentices. Demand increasing. Write
for free particulars. Moler Barber
college. Fort "Worth, Tex.
WANTED Men and hoys to learn au
tomobiling, electrical -engineering, sur
veying, plumbing and bricklaying in
few months; satisfaction guaranteed.
Positions secured; booklet free. Nat
School of Engineering. 2110 W. Sev
nth St., Los Angeles. Cal.
This Is intended to reach those who
EMPLOY LABOR. It's object is to
place our EMPLOYMENT SERVICE at
their command FREE OF CHARGE.
Our experience covers six years; our
REFERENCES are ALL persons whom
"we have served. We furnish ALL
CLASSES OF LABOR,
FALL & MITCHELL, EMPLOYMENT.
201 San Francisco St. P. O. Box 959.
"WANTED -Colored womta-n ftor gen
eral housework. 218 W. Franklin,
WANTED A good housemaid and
laundress. Apply to Mrs. R. L. Ramey,
AVALON HOTEL wants woman for
general "housework; must live at house.
212 j San Antonio St.
"WANTED Girl for general house
work, small family. Call Grand Ave.
and Park St., or Bell phone 2726.
WANTED Neat woman, good worker,
for general housework and care of
baby. Call at 1414 Brown St.
WANTED Young women as trained
nurses; pay while learning. For par
ticulars address Dr. P. C. Hl-Pahl. 9S6
W. Seventh. Los Angeles.
PERSONAL Wade Brovles write sis
tor Farmington. 'N. M.
COOK WANTS POSITION in or out of
town. . Address Negro, 416 S. Florence.
"WANTED A position as housekeeper
for widower with children. Address
Herald, M A.
WANTED Position in lumber yard
or mill by thoroughly experienced
lumber man; bet of references. Ad
dress P. O. box 742.
GENTLEMAN wants room, breakfast
nd dinner in private family; state
particulars by letter. Home Comforts,
WANTED 2000 yards good gravel.
Write T. 175, Herald.
WAISTJSD TO BUY all kinds of tools,
also f ice, chain, tongs wrenches, etc.
Phona 3ell 750.
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Rooms, Board. Etc.
BOARD AND ROOMS 217 Arizona.
H'KEEPIXGrooms 311 San AntOnio.
GOOD BOARD IN SUBURBS Rooms
or tents. Mrs. T. H. Casey. Las Cruces,
FURNISHED ROOMS 511 Arizona.
ROOMS AND BOARD Housekeeping
suites, modern, $7.00 up. 1100 Texas.
Phone 750. -
FOR RENT Furnished bedroom, also
barn. 916 N. Stanton St.
712 N. STANTON Sunny rooms, new
ly furnished and cleaned. n suite or
single; no sick.
FOR RENT 3 southeast -connecting
rooms. Pi one 1671.
FOR RENT Nice furnished room, elec
tric light, phone, bath; near high
school and Hotel Dieu. 1115 N. Kansas.
NEWLY furnished sleeping and h'k'g.
rooms. 512 Myrtle Ave., opp. Elks.
FOR RENT Neat bedroom with privi
lege of kitchen and parlor. Phone
LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 124 Chi
huahua, ROOMS furnished for light housekeep
ing. 1001 N. El Paso St.. about two
blocks from public library.
AVALON HOTEL Beautifully fur
nished rooms with private bath. Over
Ryan's Drug Store.
FOR RENT Close in nicely famished
room with heat, running water and
sleeping porch. 333 W. Missouri St.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms at
THREE ROOMS downstairs, nicely fur
rished for housekeeping. $25 per
month. 1324 Magoffin.
LARGE FRONT ROOM close in with
board. 209 Upson.
STEAM HEATED R003I for gentle-
j men; private family. 214 W. Franklin.
FOR RENT -Two rooms with sleeping
porch, furnished for housekeeping.
Drs. Strang & Phelp's. Phone 171. 709
N. Oregon St.
UNEEDA GOOD ROOM, sunny and
comfortable. Berlin House. 315 S.
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
room. 402 Montana. Phone 2540.
TWO LIGHT housekeeping. large,
clean front rooms. $1S. 1114 Myrtle.
TWO LIGHT housekeeping rooms,
lights, bath. 602 ;N. Campbell.
THE 3IYRTLE HOUSE Mrs. Mabel E.
Brooks. proprietress. Pleasant, well
furnished rooms by day, week or mo.
345 V Myrtle Ave. Bell phone 1940 M.
HOTEL D. R. FRANCIS Front room
with bath to permanent party.
FRONT SUITES, light housekeeping;
modern conveniences. 619 S. El Paso.
BOARD AND ROOMS, atrlctly first
class. Mrs. C. F. Lear j'. 619 N. Kansas.
WHY PAY extravagant hotel rates?
The Ramona. 608-610 N. Stanton, home
like, economical, sanitary; ample bath
ing facilities. Rates 50c to $1 a day;
$2 to $6 week: S12 to S25 month.
GET A LIST OF ROOMS Housekeep
ing, bedrooms, apartments or houses, and
save the trouble of hunting them your
self. We can suit you in anything.
Only 10c for a list. For this you are
entitled to our services until suited.
"We show you around personally, and
if you take a place will move your
trunk free. Our list is complete.
THE ROOM DIRECTORY.
Bell 4i&: Auto. 1039. 207 Trust Bdlg.
Rooming Houses and Flats.
FOR SALE 20 room rooming house.
Phone Auto. 1477.
FOR SALE OR RENT 9 room fur
nished, full of roomers. 809 N. El PasO.
FOR SALE 50 outside rooms, $2700;
easy terms. O. 123, Herald.
FOR RENT Very cheap, nice 4 room
cottage. Phone 1358.
FOR RENT 4 room house 1229 Myr
tle Ave. 21. Apply to J. L. McAfee,
501 Fourth St. Phone 183.
STORE R003I FOR RENT
On Oregon St., short distance north
Of new Mills building. Apply to Mrs.
M. Ainsa. 515 Mesa.
OFFICES FOR RENT Suite of two
on second floor of new Herald build
ing, facing San Francisco St.; modern
conveniences. Price $25, Including
janitor service, steam heat, electric
lights, etc. Apply for particulars to
Agent. Herald building. Room 326.
Cattle, Hogs, Etc.
PASTURE FOR 3000 HEAD OF
CATTLE Fine grass, running water,
good winter protection; New Mexico!
Apply 211 San Antonio St. M. E.
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE.
1000 each, 1, 1, 3 and 4 year old steera.
200 to 1500 cows.
300 to 2000 stock cattle.
Registered and thorougnbred bulls
for sale; also horses and mules.
We buy and sell all kinds of live
stock. PITMAN LIVESTOCK CO.
223 Trust Buildms. Auto. Pnone 20 6i
Horses, Vehicles, Etc.
PASTURE FOR HORSES AND COWS.
Two wells. Plenty of good water.
Land close to town. Stock called for
and delivered. Address R. G. Ezzell,
Tobin, Texas, or J. S. Curtiss, Newman,
a hhtle "Bet He
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1 KlfA OUT OF T ffc J I WHftT j f x GUtSS YOU'RE
) 5WTK5 HftT BUT vSuftWiSE f TeRi5S ffc6rlX jeF'. . (taus
XKNOW-THTWOOUJN'T W TO DO7 &5oLuT6l2C MSRe'S YOUR UCT, SSSi
V 85 JuST SA&HT y0 1 Pfii mtA 1 B"uT owi THING- 1 hRieNDQN
Cv t U30UUTTWNTTD OR. OT? FoR.NOU-0 00. YOUMG tAN IrrUNfeSoF
FOR SALE: Fine lot of young hens
and pullets. Bell phone 503.
25 VARIETIES thoroughbred poultry;
choice stock; heavy laying strains:
eggs for hatching. Address Ideal
Poultry Farm, Alvin, Texas. Estab
For. Sale or Exchange.
FOR RENT OR SALE New brick bun
galow, south ifront; never occupied;
Grand View" addition; 5 rooms, includ
ing open sleeping room, fireplace,
porches; modern; ideal place for health
seeker. Fort Bliss car to Park and
Fort Boulevard, then 1 block north.
For Sale Houses.
FOR SALE New 2 room frame, de
sirable lot. block an J half from car.
$300 $125 cash, balance $5 monthly.
Block No. 20. lot No. S, Grand View.
FOR SALE BY OWNER at sacrifice.
Splendid modern 7 room house, best
neighborhood; terms. "Write S. 143,
FOR SALE No. 813 N. Virginia St.,
furnished or unfurnished. 6 room thor-.
oughly modern brick and servant's
quarters; electric light, gas. steam
heat. bath, east front, cement walk,
porch, curb, fine blue grass lawn; no
agents. Owner leaving city can be
seen on premises. "Will make easy
For Sale Miscellaneous.
FOR SALE One firstclass violin. Tele
FOR SALE CHEAP A piano almost
new. 1126 Los Angeles St.
FOR SALE Large rolltop desk, good
as new. 416 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
FOR SALE Piano. Cheap for cash.
Ring 54 Bell and ask for Mr. Hop
jAu.siit TO LOAA on anything 01
value; salaries bought. --
Ford Gotten, 209 Caples.
"EASY MONEY" ADVANCED.
To salaried people. Best rates. Confi
dential. D. D. DRAKE ,
201 Roberts-Banner Building.
MONEY AT 5 PERCENT on easy terms, j
JiUAii ai i-r.nux.ji on easy terms.
city arfd farm loans. Payable at any j
THE JACKSON LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
209 Caples Bldg. El Paso. Tex.
MONEY TO LEND AT 5 PERCENT
From $100 up to $125,000 loan to
hP returned in monthly payments of
Ttr.CS on each $1000 borrowed. Th:s
aakes the loan cost you in interest
52.16 per month, $25.92 per ycir. or
$271.65 for 10 and a half years. Total
expense of $1000 loan for the entire
time $235.05. with th'e privilege of
paying annually, semi-annually or
quarterly, or paying up entire loan
at any time with 5 percent for
t'he time you have it. Your rent pay
ments will buy you a horn-.. Our
monthly payments of interest decrease
each year. This is a great advantage.
Compare our interest rate nd terms
to any other company's, then rake the
best. Our capital, $500,000; reserve
fund, $915,000. We also write the best
fire insurance at the best. rate. Agents
wanted for both.
THE STANDARD HOME CO.,
319-20 Herald Bids:., EI Paso, Texas:
Auto. 1354. Bell 1111.
CHIMNEY SWEEP -Stoves set up and
repaired. Bell 431 X. Auto. 1367.
SPECIAL NOTICE Before leaving
town sell your furniture and clothing
for good price t'j.the El Paso store.
400 El Paso St. Lell 3491: Auto. 2491.
DEAD CATTLE, HORSES AND MULES
taken away free except Sundays.
Phones Bell 74: Auto. 1383. Victor Blot
EL PASO BOTTLE AND JUNK CO.,
1505 San Antonio. Dealers in old Iron,
rubber, copper, brass, zinc, lead, bot
tles, sacks and bones. Auto. 1682.
BILLY SMITH, EX-CHIEF DETEC
TIVE, is prepared to undertake all
general detective work entrusted to
him by corporations, banks and private
Individuals; best of reference given.
All correspondence strictly confidential.
Address )?. O. box 86L
HURRY Holiday bargains bankrupt
stock, new high class souvenirs.
Wholesale, retail. Will show in your
home. Auto. 1354; Bell 223 X. 322
TO OWNERS OF MINING PROPERTY
Do not forget that all mining claims
in Mexico must be properly surveyed
and monumented before January, 1911.
A heavj- fine and final loss of property
is the penalty for neglect. We are
prepared to do this work for you reas
onably and promptly before Januarv.
if advised In time. Address Mining
engineer, dux 4-ujl, city.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS'
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders and board of directors of
the El Paso &. Southwestern Railroad
company, of Texas, will be held in the
city of El Pasc at the offices of the
company on Monday, December 12
1910, at 10 oclock a. m.
R. L. NICHOLS Roberts-Banner Bldr-
BARBER SHOP FOR 'SALE Inquire
at 719 Texas St.
i DRUG STOCK. 50c on the dollar; in-
j voice about $3500. K. H. Robertson,
t Bucklin, Kansas.
FOR SALE en account of sickness, my
well paying restaurant, cheap rent. 2
years lease. $700 cash, required. Guar
antee, care Herald. '
WANTED For large restaurant in
city, man and wife with S400 and ser
vices as partner. Address William,
FOR SALE "Whole or half interest in
a paying fuel and feed business in
Bisbee; cash or will trade for El Paso
real estate. Particulars of August
Johnson, box 1093, Bisbee, Ariz.
FOR SALE "Well established mason
and concrete contractors business,
equipment complete: practically no
competition: $5000 cash: over $10,000
invested. Box 826, Globe, Ariz.
WANTED Good woman or man and
wife to take complete charge of room
ing house: must take small interest in
same as security. Write T. 230, care
FOR SALE A gooct paying "butcher
shop in East El Paso, on account of
sickness, cheap to the right party.
For Sale A well established and good
paying grocery, hay, grain and feed
store, at a very reasonabie price. Ap
ply to Wm. Moeller, Real Estate, Loans,
Rentals and Insurance. Herald Bldg.
Bell 1227: Auto. 15S5. El Pso. 0 exas.
AN OPENING FOR A GOOD HOTEL
MAN WITH SMALL CAPITAL.
The Stewart house, Fort D.vis,
Texas, containing about 30 rooms, com
pletely furnished, is now offered for
sale at a reasonable price and easy
terms, or can be leased for a term of
years at a reasonable annual rental.
In connection, the house has a large
yard, stable, outhouses, small orchard.
flower garden, two weus ana two
windmills, water piped Into and j
around house convenient for all pur- j
Vort n.Tvis is situated in one of the
hp.ilthlest localities in the world and
'is widely known as a summer resort.
Prospects for a raiiroaa passing
through Fort Davis in the immediate
future are at present good.
The owner has been in the business
1 about 20 years. Now wishes to re-
Apply to Jas. Stewart, Fort Davis,
Texas.- . m
j FORT STOCKTON.
NOW BEING PLACED ON THE JLM'
, ir.V(5.s riTY MEXICO
OF THE gj?XICO
Countv seat of Pecos county, Texas,
Is the next big railroad division on
the main line of the Orient Railroad
west of San Angelo.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE.
GET IN AT THE OPENING OF A
Grading on the railroad at Fort
Stockton has begun. A $15,000 stone
railway station; a $35,000 stone hotel,
a substantial stone business block and
other extensive Improvements are be
incr built. Already 1500 people there
more arriving: daily. No other town A
for 50 miles big trade territory
splendid opportunity for merchants,
professional men and workmen.
Four hundred thousand dollars
($400,000) are now being expended in
building an irrigation system at Fort
Fort Stockton has artesian springs
flowing flftv million gallons of water
daily; the altitude Is 3000 feet; 35.000
acres of rich land now being put un
der irrigation. Artesian wells are be
ing developed at Fort Stockton.
The Orient Railway Lad company
and its rich allied interests, are de
veloping Fort Stockton. Fort Stock
ton should make a city of 10,000 or
15,000 in next IS months.
Keep your eye on Fort Stockton
sure to become greatest city In western
Texas. GROWING MORE RAPIDLY
than any town In Texas. There are
openings of all kinds at Fort Stock
ton. More work than men. GET
THERE AHEAD OF THE ORIENT.
Local office in charge of F. E. Grimes.
Get a lot and locate at Fort Stockton
before the Orient gets there. Lots
should be worth five times present
selling price inside of two years.
Direct all correspondence regarding
purchase of lots and business locations,
and write today for a fine two color
illustrated bulletin and map of Fort
Stockton, FREE, to
F. A. HORNBECK,
Mgr. Toirnslte Dept. Kansas City,
Mexico & Orient Railroad.
9S1 Baltimore Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Directory of Osteopathy.
DR. A. T. STILL OSTEOPATHIC IN
FIRMARY. From Kirksville, Mo., Founder of Oste
opathy. President American School of Osteo
paths'. Dr. Ira W. Collins, Physician-in-Chief.
President National Osteopathic
Consulting Physicians.x Staff Opera
tors. Dr. Aurelia Burk,
Dr. Grace Parker,
Dr. Paul Collins.
All graduates of Dr. A. T, Still's
Osteopathic School, at Kirksville, Mo.
The only recognized Osteopaths now
In El Paso.
Rest were compelled to take out
Lipa D. Collins. Secy, and Treasurer.
201 West Missouri Street,
El Paso. Te,xas.
SPANISH P. J.
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
, - toardinS and day school. 1111
lllp Terrace St.. Sunset Heights.
Try Herald Want Ads.
FOX TYPEWRITER J. H. Hurxthal,
404 N. Oregon St.. Southwestern agent.
TYPEWRITER & OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Rebuilt typewriters. Roll top and Flat
top desks. 421 Mesa. Bell S32; A. 1S32.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.,
419 Mesa. Bell 565: Auto. 2135.
r,T-rAvrftra for sale and rent.
SEWING WANTED 311
St. Phone 2492.
DRESSMAKER WANTS SEWING
Specialty shirt waists 1 piece dresses
and evening gowns; references fur-
nipiied. Mrs. Rathbone. Phone 220S.
STORAGE IS I Paso Trunk Factory.
LOCAL MERCANTILE AGJSNC1.
Panftrra anrl MfintQ nn inrHviTiiol.
collections. Member of the National j
Assn. of Mercantile Agencies.
IIARRV PATEMAN, Mgr.
Rooms 321-322 Herald Building.
R. G. DUN & CO.,
El Paso Office 501 Guaranty Trust
Rr. i4sn itrcpiivrTrvi; fiEnv t-
ues complete El Paso commercial re-
Directory of Osteopathy. ;
A complete directory of the licensed
Osteopaths of El Paso, recognized by
the State and American Osteopathic
j. j. jrearce, u. u., did .x. uregon. a
H. F. W right. D. 0.- M. D.. 21.4
Lesiye Hyde. D. O.. S14 Mesa.
Flora Satterlee, D. O., Herald Bldg..
Nettie Satterlee. D. O., Herald Bldg..
Use Herald Want Ads for
For Sale Real Estate.
FOR SALE BY OWNER That beau
tiful tract of deeded grass land, 12 !
miles east of Deming. located right In 5
the shallow water belt. 35 feet to !
wntpr: pnnsidprprl nr. nf tho hQl- !
tracts of land in this valley: will sell j
cheap tor cash, but will not consider
any trade. Box 192. Deming N. M.
VALLEY LANDS. VALLEY LANDS.
We have two nice tracts, 40 and 50
acres, in upper valley, all in cultiva
tion, at prices lower than uncultivated
land in same section. It wiill pay you
to investigate these. Also some lower
valley tracts at low prices.
FIVE ROOM HOUSES
Are in demand now and we have two
left in the most desirable residence
sections at prices that will Interest
you. Good terms on these.
DESIRABLE HOMES. .
For sale at prices and on terms that
will make you stop paying rent and
apply the money on a house that will
be yours some day. We have them in
all locations. 5. 6 and 7 rooms, any
size you want.
Rentals, Insurance and Investments.
W. F. PAYNE,
Angelus Hotel Buildim
McGHEE REALTY CO.,
Our Specialty Is
PERCY aicGHEE. Manager.
. x ; ARIZONA.
1200 choice Angora Goats, fine range,
with spring and dwelling house, and
improvements. 12 miles from Willcox,
in Winchester mountains.
500 head of cows.
400 head range cattle, and 320 acres
500 head range cattle and 16S acres
Both ranches improved.
1000 acres deeded land Improved, in
Sulphur Springs valley, in lots to suit
175 acres deeded land improved in
Greer county, Oklahoma.
Some valuable relinquishments in
Sulphur Springs valley.
60 head mules, weanlings, one's" and
L. V. McCOURT,
Real Estate ami Brokerage.
I For Saie Real Estate.
7 room red pressed brick on , Rio
Grande St., sleeping porch and all
modern conveniences. One block from
This Is a splendid location and close
in. We can sell now for $5750; easy
6 rooms, red pressed brick, east
front, 1S00 block on Rio Grande St.
Good porches and all modern. On 50x
120 foot lot. Price $4500; easy terms.
"We have a number of tracts ranging
from 10 acres up. in the valley. Prices
from $25 up to $75, that can't be beat
"We write al! kinds of insurance.
HENRY & HUGHES,
30 City National Bank Building.
ONE block of 20 lots on T. & P.
and Santa Fe" railway tracks, close in.
TWO corner lots on T. & P. and
Santa Fe Ry. tracks. 55 by 120 feet
Price $2000: terms. f .
TWO lots on Myrtle Ave.. Bassett
addition, on car line. Price S1000.
WE have several choice corners in
the Sunset Heights addition at .right
A CLOSE IN piece of business prop
erty three blocks from the postoffice.
renting for $55 per month. Price
EIGHT room two story red pressed
brick on Arizona St.. well' built, thoroughly-modern.
5 room apartment on W. Mo $2S.90
709 Brown St.. 5 rooms 25.00
Sll E. Overland St.. 4 rooms 20.00
1310 E. Overland St, 4 rooms 19.00
213 W. Overland St.. 4 rooms 22.50
1112 E. San Antonio St.. 6 rms... 25.00
BEHR & WATTS,
We Write Fire Insurance.
Money to Loan.
City National Bank Building.
114 Pioneer Plara.
Phone 454. Auto. 1454.
For Sale Valley Lands.
VALLEY LAND BARGAINS.
4 room house, chicken house, etc; all
In alfalfa, for only $1320.
120 ACRES CLOSE TO ANTHONY. l
SO acres in cultivation; good house,
windmill. $73 per acre.
40 ACRES NEAR LA 3D3SA.
Cultivated. $50 per acre.
130 ACRES NEAR LA 3IESA.
One-half cultivated. $65 per acre.
50 ACRES. LA UNION.
One-half cultivated. $75 per acre.
25 ACRES ALL IN CULTIVATION.
v400 yards from the Methodist church
In La Mesa. $75 per acre.
Rooming house snap.
R. C. BAILEY LAND CO.,
306 Mesa, Orndorff Hotel Building.
ARIZONA & NEW 3IEXICO RAILWAY
A.M. I P.M.
7:10 Lv. Clifton Ar. 4.50
7:50 Lv. Guthrie Lv. 4:16
S:35 I Lv. Duncan Lv. 3:22
9:55 Lv. Lordsburg Lv. 2:15
11:05 I Ar. Hachlta- Lv. 12:50
South bound train connects with
Southern Pacific westbound train No.
1. leaving Lordsburg 10:20 a. m., moun
South hound train connects with El
Paso & Southwestern eastbound train
I for El Paso, leaving Hachlta at 12:35
p. m.. mountain time, and with west
bound train for Douglas and Bisbee,
leaving Hachita at 11:10 a. m.. moun
A. T. Thomson,
Traffic Manager. Clifton. Arizona.
Is MITW'T Fltf n"5pJ
Holly with its beads of fire.
Earth in holiday attire,
Song and secret, mirth and cheer
Surely Christmas time Is here.
Fiad two children waiting for presents.
ANSAVER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE.
Upside down under right arm,
Try Herald Want Ads.
Your freight and furniture we
Even' great or very small:
So bear in mind we are at your
On Both Phones 2444.
All trains arrive and deDart from
Union deDor fruit nt ear, c .r
!wreet' exce.Pt those of Mexico North
"f "X , i 4 arrivals and departures
given in El Paso, or mountain standard
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.
,n rr- dally from north 9:40 p.m.
t ?' vv- djH3 for north.. 6:58 p.nt
v 11 rr laily from ncrh 6-53 p.m.
No. 22. Lv. daily for north.. 8:45 a.in.
El Paso & Southwestern.
Mall and Express
Leaves daily ,
Leaves daily .
.. 8:05 p.m.
-Rfiaturti nf-MptA- x
Arrives- daily S;38 3Ljam
Departs daily 5z25 p.m.
Golden State Limited, Eastbound
Arrives 12:20 p.m.
Departs ... 12:45 p.m.
Arrives .. 3:50 paj.
Through Passenger and Mail
Arrives 7:40 pnu
Departs 8:0rt a.m.
GaIvestOH,HarrIsIinra: & San An tenia.
Leaves daily 7:00 p nu
Arrives dally 7:30 a.in.
California Fast Mail"
Arrives dally 4:00 a.rs.
Leaves daily 10:55 p.m.
Golden State Limited. Westbound
Arrives 3:50 ptiu
Departs 4:00 p.m.
.Arrives daily 5:HQ pw
Leaves dally S;20 an
Arrives 5:12 p.m.
Departs 6:53 a.m.
Texas & PacUle.
Arrives daily 11:40 a,m.
Leaves daily 530 prji.
National Railways f Mexico.
Mail and Express
rrives daily t-?5 a.m.
Leaves daily , 5.-35 p.m.
Mexico North Western.
South bound- leaves Juarez
Mondavs "Wednesdays and
Fridays at i:0U p.m.
Arrives from south Tues
days. Thursdays and Sat
urdays, at s-00 nm.
ROSWELL AUTO CO., ROSWELL, N. M.
Carrying the 17. S. mail anj passen
gers between Vaughn, N. M and Ros
well, N. M. connecting w:tn the fiL
PASO &. SOUTHWESTERN and ROCK
ISLAND RAILROADS, and che ATCHI
SON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAIL
ROAD Leafe Vaughn at 8:30 a. -m.. arrive In
Roswell at 3:20 p. m.
Lave Roswell at 12:30 p. n., arxiva
In Vaughn at 6 p. m.
Baggage allowance 50 bs. to each
rfttrnlai- tlotpi-. TfxoR?i haysea of-
rate of $5 per 100 lbs.
Special automobl'es furnished to ac
commodate any number of passengers
to maVo snpin.! ronnpotioTis w"f-. .i
train at Vaughn, also to connect? with
New Mexico Ceatral ra'lroad at Tor
rance for Sanza I-c, N. M.. by com
municating with manager of the Ros
well Auto. Co., at Roswell. N. M., at
least zi nours in aavance. tate for
special. $40. to accommodate four or
less pftssenjjeii iu euuer u-jint
J. W. STOCKARD. Manager.