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I, PASO HERALD
4 Saturday, December 10, 1910
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Give Your Family a Home
During all this rush of Christmas buying, wouldn't it be a sensible idea to
plan right now to-have a home? .The jcind of home we have in mmd for you
is not one built on a congested citv lot. where the children are hemmed in and
their only playground is the dangerous street, but a home where yqu can have ?
a whole acre ior a front yard and- two or three extra acres ror an orcnara,
garden, barns, alfalfa in fact an ideal home.
, HAVE A HOME IN VALLEY GATE
Valley Gate , Sub-Division is just six miles below El Paso and faces on the County Road. It
is sub-divided into 5 -acre home tracts, each being approximately 150 feet wide by 1500 feet
deep.- The number of these tracts is limited, so you had better investigate at once.
Valley Gate Tracts Will be Sold at $350 per Acre
One-Third Down, Balance on Easy Payments
For further particulars, talk this over with
IK
Robt. L. Dorbandtj' Owner
ROOM 10, STEVENS BUILDING
We only want to tell you today thai oifr "Year End
Clearing Sale'x is the biggest thing that is- happening in
connection with the Christinas season. It has been a big
success so far and is bound to increase in volume next
week. Note these pricesthen come and see the values
we back them up with.
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EXPECT TO CLOSE
TESTIMONY MONDAY
Crosby-Ardoin Title Suit
Involves Land Valued
at $355000.
The introduction of testimony in the
suit to try title, of Josephine Crosby
vs. T. W. Ardoin and others, in pro
gress in the 41st district court, "will he
closed Monday, it was stated Saturday
morning-. It is probable the case -will
be argued, not-withstanding the great
bulk of testimony that has "been sub
mitted. Either side. It is said, will ap
peal from the decision of judge "Wal
thall. A
A tract of land comprising some 2000
acres and valued at $35,000 is the "basis
of litigation. A large part of the land
is valley property- The case has'1 held
the 2oards in the 41st district court
for two weeks.
$10 Friday afternoon and will also
probably become a rock, pile attache.
Hougham's attentions to Ninnie Baird,
a sister of Minnie Howe, caused the
difficulty, according to the Howe wo
man.
MOTHER ASKS POSSESSIOX
OP CHLLD GRAXD3IOTHER HOLDS
A petition asking a writ .of habeas
corpus, made returnable Saturday aft
ernoon, was -filed in the 41st district
court Saturday morning by Mrs. Ab
bie Cox, mother of Wealtha Cox, who
it is alleged. Is unlawfully detained by
the child's grandmother, Mrs. Wealtna
Cox, 705 "West Overland street-
Another suit filed in the 41st district
J courr Saturday 'Is that of Archippie
Sergeant and others against Louise
wnite -and others. Judgment on a note
and a foreclosure is asked.
"MAN WHO OWNS GUAYMAS"
HAS RETURNER PROM EUROPE
Iuis A. Martinez, "the man who owns
Guaymas," passed through this city
Friday on his way home from Europe.
'Mr. Martinez is a many times million
aire, and is interested in ;ahnot every
project on the west coast of Mexico. He
was accompanied by his family.
Xma's Fpeclalty candy" at McCul-
lough's. J
WOMAN REPORTED POISONED-
DOCTORS FIND NO TRACE
Drs. C. M. Hendricks and R. L. Ramey
were summoned to 800 Xorth pchoa
street Friday afternoon, it beinjr reported
that Mrs. Robles, who resides there, had
taken some poison pills. The physicians
administered an emetic but failed to find
that the woman had taken any poison.
There were no serious consequences.
Christmas candles at McCulIough's.
TWO ASE fined on
EUMFJxAM CHARGES
S. H. Morgan and Charley Weaver,
the latter a negro, were each, fined $200
in police court Friday afternoon on a
charge of vagrancy. 3. B. Hankhead,
a "Winslow, Ariz., sheepman, appeared
in police court and testified that the
two men flim-flammed him out of $50
in Juarez on a padlock game. City "de
tectives testified that Morgan's and
Weaver's characters are unsavory.
' Both "men were remanded to jail and
will be put on the rock pile.
Gr. W. Hougham, charged jointly -with
Minnie Howe with fighting, was fined
i
Hot Drink
Service
Coffee
Chocolate
Bouillons
Don't
Overlook
McCullough's
Candy
For Xmas
We are now booking orders for special
work for Yoiletide.
FRUIT CAKE CANDY
PLUM BUDDING CANDY '
i CACTUS CANDY
VANITY BAGS
FANCY 'BOXES AND BASKETS .
Please place your orders at once, as
they will be filled in rotation.
McCulIough's
The Sanitary Confectionery
Opp. Postoffice.
CITY DETECTIVES ASKED TO
CATCH FOUR CAXARY BIRDS.
Members of the city detective force
have been asked to locate four canary
birds which have disappeared from the
home of Mrs. Harry Vizord, 314 South
Florence street. The birds, however,
are supposed to be accompanied by a
cage.
MAN MEETS DEATH
FROM EXPOSURE
"Whitewater, N. M., D. It). A two
days' search for William Printery, a
young man formerly of Silver City,
was ended yesterday when the latter's
brotherinlaw. John Card, found Print-
cry's body , lying in a gulch a couple ,
miies irom town.
Printery's death is believed to haTe
been due to exposure, brought about
when he left his ranch Saturday even
ing and wandered up the valley. Print
ery was mentally unbalanced, it Is
said. He had been suffering for months
from an injured leg.
The body was taken to Silver City,
where an inquest will be held.
ZINK GETS INTO BISBEE
JAIL AFTER LEAVING HERE
Charles Zink, who ipaid a 5 fine in El
Paso by the rock .pile route, having been
fined in police court on a vagrancy
charge., is- reported in trouble in Bisbee.
A Brewery Gulch storekeeper, failing, it
is claimed, to appreciate the innovation
of losing $5 in an alleged short change
game, is the prosecuting witness.
Zink was connected with two short
change charges in El Paso, but as the
money was returned and the cashiers
refused to prosecute, he was released.
He had two pairs of hand scales when
released from the police station and it
is said two ptairs of scales were found
in his possession when he was arrested
in Bisbee.
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WARNS MERCHANTS AGAINST
CASHING OF MONEY ORDERS
Postmaster Smith warns merchants to
beware of cashin money orders for
strangers. Friday he cashed one for R.
Fessinger which had been made out to
Juan Zelapa and sent to him by Juan
Lopez, of Ethel, Mo. Juan Ramirez,
representing himself to be Zalapa, cashed
the (money order by purchasing goods
and finally upon receipt of a telegram
froni Lopez authorizing the payment to
Ramirez, bhe postmaster cashed it.
Bank for Ladies.
Situated in the Sheldon Hotel corner
where all street cars pass this bank
is particularly convenient for the ladies.
A special room Is here for their con
venience and comfort, and courteous
officials ever ready to make the trans
action of business a pleasure.
El Paso Bank and Trust Company.
Open Saturdays until S p. m.
Bank by Mail
Just as easy to open a savings ac
count with, us as though you lived next
door. We pay 4 percent interest.
El Paso Bank and Trust Company.
Open Saturdays until S p. m.
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OyV' 7" waste money, .even
at Christmas. It 'is not
necessary. TJseful gifts are as
welcome as any and they are
practical. .
JJ0 V KJVO W what the men of your household
like in the way of Pine Haberdashery. Take the cue
in buying their presents.
Jctne Men Could 7e
Dressing Bobes .
Fancy Waistcoats
Evening Waistcoats
Opera or Silk Hats
Silk Pajamas
Slumber Eobes
Dress Protectors
"Knit. Mufflers
Knit Sweater Coats
Silk Handkerchiefs
Linen Initial Hdkfs.
Silk and Lisle Hose
Silk Suspenders
Winter Shirts
Traveling Bags
mm, uases & joags
Dressing Rolls
Collar Bags '
Bill Polds & Pass Cases
Covered Plasks
Men's Jewelry
' Dress Sets of Pearl
Pine Cravats
Dent's &Pownes'
English Cloves
Automobile Cloves
Umbrellas
Early Shoppers Will Get
The Hest Besxilts
HARRYCWAN
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Alters wHIRTmaker
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&& Buys bints
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lr -$22.50
$18.00 Overcoats $10.85
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Buys Suits
''- worth
$25J0tJ
25.00 Overcoats $17.90
Buys Suits
worth
$27.50
27.50 Overcoats $19.85
Wlim Buys- Suits
Wmm worth
tJSk 1 $30.00
5.00 Overcoats $27.85
If you are looking foa
Christmas gift for a mail
you will certainly findx
something here that will
please him a whole lot.
BB flBI rwfflfMim
310-312 San Antonio

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