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News Of the Great Southwest 7
X PASO HERALD
News Of the Great Southwest
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PLA1TT NEABS FINISH
Iunieipal Engines Replaced.
ell Driller's Shoul
Porta tes, N. M-, June 30. No ar
range fc&s been maoe yet Jv -which the
tue first uait f the Irrigation plant may
be uteA. In the meantime 40 of the
w ells are ready for u-e and the -work of
tt-sUng is jr0lng on daily. The big en
gine -works like a charm and the amount
-f -water shown per minute is enor-
The engine forces the pump to whirl
out the sand, and it is thought that
few of the well will have to be jetted
to stir up the sand before pumping it
out- The -work of installing the sec
ond engine is being rushed and' the
plant -will be ready for use tvithjn the
c outract time.
An expert representing the Fairbanks
aiKi More company has been here ex
asaiaing the engines sent for the city
power heuse whioh the council refused
t accept. The company has agreed to
take the engines back and send new
ones, -whtch -will be forwarded at once.
Mr. RayberH, one of the irrigation
-well drlilers was caught in the fall of
a derrick and thrown Into one of the
-aellE. Both shoulders were broken and
t-everal ribs injured-
Hoy L.. Xeely, who has been head
salesman for the Joyce-Fruit company,
has accepted, a read position with the
Asaarillo Produce company, with head
quarters at Chicago.
L. F. TVoodhead -- installing the
lights for the Joyce-Prnit company.
ol. Howard has returned from
Taltas. bringing his wife from Durant,
Alex Blowquist has been very suc--syful
In gardening this year, his
wans particularly are very fine From
a plot of 18 feet square he gets about
10 pounds dally and makes three ship-
Qualify Never Questioned
The high quality of
has never been questioned by any Food Commissioner and
any persons reporting to the contrary are deliberate falsi
fiers. They are today, what they have been for the last
half century, the purest, strongest and most natural Fruit
flavors. Used by thousands of housewives for years.
Inferior Vanilla beans are substituted in making many of
the alleged Vanilla Extracts. Try Dr. Price's Extract of
Vanilla and see the delicious flavor it gives to Cakes, Ice
Cream, Puddings, Sauces, etc. Ifou will never be disap
pointed. It will always be found to be of highest quality.
FIICE HAV0RING EXTRACT COMPANY, Mannlaetnrcrs
A Head of
One of the most famous orators
Jzmerica ever produced
Kere is another of America's favorites
( JZ?Z'rL i-f
are made of the bright golden leaf that is grown
in the "wonderful Piedmont District vv .
Pictures of your favorite base-ball players in the "big
leagues" are now in Piedmont packages.
Piedmont Cigarettes are
-ments per week to Clovis, besides sat
isfying local tracie.
The Woman's club is arranging a
j course of entertainment with the Ly
Miss Nancy Dunlap had a pretty par
ty of little folks to celebrate her first
O. E. ilcQuatters has moved his dry
goods store from the iron front build
ing to the Hardy building.
L. W. Fiscus is fitting up the Trim
ble property, purchased by him, with a
windmill and an Irrigation system.
HOG BITES TTlJyAROSA MAX;
I'ERSOXAL AND GENERAL XEAVS
Tularosa, N. L. June 30. Irvin Hyde
was bitten on the hand by a hog while
trying to take a chicken away from
the animal. ,
M. L. McGefe is here from Dalhart
looking after cattle.
Hubb Douglas was in for a load of
supplies from the San Andres moun
tains, where he is driving a tunnel.
Albert Shields of Los Angeles, Calif.,
is visiting his brother, Thomas Shields.
Miss Midge Bourne has returned from
Carrizozo, where she has been visiting
Mrs. J. E. Stevenson and children
have returned from a visit in El Paso
and Las Cruces. "
XACO RAILWAY AGENT ILL?
PERSONAL AND LOCAL NEWS
Naco, Ariz., June 30. W. F. Browder,
agent for the Southwestern, is seriously
HI In the hospital at Bisbee with pul
C. X. Sanford, of the Texas Oil com
pany, with headquarters in Douglas,
has been in Naco and Sonora.
Frank Knapp. a mining expert, passed
through Naco accompanied by M. Stan
cati, of Bisbee, en route home from a
10 days trip in Ures district, near'Her
mosillo, Sonora, Mexico, where they ex
amined mining property with a view
to its purchase.
A. B. Robertson, of Bisbee, who has
been visiting here, became 111 with
"ptomaine poisoning from the effects of
which he has not entirely recovered.
John C. Calhoun
packed, in. 7!Ji FOIL
DALHART OFFEES BIG
PRIZE FOR CORN CROP
Telephone System Nears
Finish Brick Store
Dalhart, Tex., June 30. The commer
cial club of Dalhart is arranging to
give a cash prize for 1911, of $1000, to
the farmer who will produce the best
100 acres of indian corn within 10
miles of Dalhart.
The Dalhart Telephone company is
installing one -of the finest systems in j
the state at this point and expects to
have it in working order within the
next two weeks,
S. S. Boutwell, principal of the Dal
hart high school, and Miss Bell Cravens
were married at the Methodist Episco
pal church south. They left for south
ern Texas for their honeymoon.
"W. F. Felton has finished his brick
building on Denrock avenue and the
Hill Shoe company will occupy it.
C. S. Parsons's little boy, while coast
ing on Main street near the Desota
hotel, ran into the Wells-Fargo express
J company horse, which injured the little
Miss Tessie Peal, assistant postmast
er, is at Obar, N. M., on her annual va-
j cation, inspecting her ranch.
Mrs. George Ahlquist and little
daughter are at Obar, N. M., visiting her
j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Peal.
Miss Agnes Clarke, money order clerk
in the postoffice, has returned from her
visit in California.
John McCahless, who is back from
New York, expects to return there
about July 23 for Chas. Meeker, wanted
here to answer to an indictment by the
Dallas -county grand jury.
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Coons, who went
to New York, have left for Europe to
spend the summer.
i HOLLAND VALLEY SETTLERS
FIND WATER IN SHALLOW WELLS.
j Finns to Drill for Artesian Water
! Springs Abound In Mountains
l Land Adapted to Al-
I falfa and Fruil.
Holland Valley, Texas. June 30.
This valley rook its name from J. It
Holland, who used It for a stock ranch
for many years. The soil Is as fertile
as the valley of the Nile. The new
settlers who have only been here less
than a year have been improving- their
lands and have an abundance of fine
water at a shallow depth, from S5 to
200 feet. On the low -range cf mountains
f on the west of the valley, are numer-
'ous springs, seme of which are strong
flowine- streams. During the time
1 Mr. Holland used the ranch he
t used one of the large springs to' water
I his herds of cattle by laying a chain
I of pipes and piping the water 'into
I the valley, thence a ditch carried the
i water 14 miles down the middle of the
The geology of the country sur
rounding and the immediate vicinity of
the vnllev shows that there is an
abundant supply of artesian water and I
the settlers contemplate having a test
, well put down in the near future. If
' water is obtained at a reasonable depth
it will couse many acres "to be planted
In alfalfa as the soil seems to be
adapted o its growth and fruits of
the mosc popular varieties.
COCttlSK COl'XTl, ARIZOXA,
RAIIIVAY VAL.UATIOXS LARGE
, Has More Than One-Third of the Tax-
able Wealth of the Territory:
) S. W. and S. 1. Predominate.
1 Tombstone. Ariz.. June 30. The Ari-
( ona railroad table, jusj. completed.
shown the assessed valuation of all
railroad prcrerty in Cochise county,
and also that "this county has about
one-third the taxable valuation of all
railroad property in the territory. The
Arizona Eastern Railroad Co. (Ari
zona & Colorado Division). $104,940;
Arizona Eastern Railroad Co. (Gila
Vallev, Globe & Northern Division),
$71,000; El Paso & Southwestern Rail
road Co., $1,077,270; Johnson. Dragoon &
Northern Railroad company, $16,500;
Mexico & Colorado Railroad Co., $104,
100; New Mexico & Arizona Railroad
Co., $230,100; Southern Pacific Railroad
Co., $1,533,750. Total, $3,137,670.
W. T. Cackley has arrived in the city,
looking for a location. Ho, is a farmer
residing near Denison, Texas. He likes
El Paso, and is thinking of moving his
A Skin of Beauty is a ..- ygrevott
R. T. Folix Gouraua's Oriental
Cream or Magical BoQutifler.
Removes Tan. Pimples,
Freezes, iloth Patches,
Rasb, and bkin Disei?cs,
ana every blemlf n
on beauty, snd de
fies detection. It
has stood the test
of C2 years, and
is so harmless we
is properly made.
Accept no counter
felt of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Savre said to a
lady of the haut
ton (a patient):
"As you lzw
wiU use them
fioEraud'a Cream' as the least harmful of all the
skin preparation." For sale by all druscMB and Fincv.
Goods ilcalers in the United States, Canada nd Europe.
iERDJ.HCPWR3.Prcn., 37 GrsaUhr-cs Sired New fork
Buy Your California Ticket
Far As Pizmo Beach.
The ideal pleasure resort of al.
coast beaches on the Pacific coast. In
San Luis Obispo county, Cal.. half way
between L.os Angeles and San Fran
cisco, on the Southern Pacific Coast
Line; 5 trains daily from Los Angeles
Flrstclass hotel. Tent city in conjunc
tion. Pleasure and comfort and al!
kinds of amusements. Pizmo Beach
is the safest beach to bath, and the
most beautiful, the widest and longest
on the west coast of the United States.
j Special weekly and monthly rates to
guests. Now under new management
I3L 1TZ3IO llEsORT CO.
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DRENCHED BY RAIN
Everything Is Thoroughly
Soaked and Washed;
- Joy Reigns.
(By Mrs. W. S. Tlltbn.) -
Cloudcrof t, N. M., June 30 After three
days and nights of hard rain, the whole
earth is wearing a smile, birds are flit
ting in the sunlight and singing all day
j long; even' thing is singing up in this
wonderful, glorious land above the
oimirls. Mother nature has washed
1 everj-thing clean; the faces of the
i trees are shining and sparkling in the
sunlight and sending forth pine laaen
ozone to fill the lungs.
The sun is warm, the clouds are still,
and the air is almost drowsy; the blue
javs flit from the plnej with flute-like
love notes and the squirrels hop with a
low chirp from bush to bush, and then,
at the slightest noise, rush madly up
a tree and sit chattering saucily at
those below and everybody and every
thing feels that It is good to be alive.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoskins Foster, of Gal
veston, and Mrs. Charles R. Foster of
El Paso, are enjoying an outing at
Cloudcrohft, and are guests of the
T. J. Kerr, of Orange. N. J., who with
his family has taken the Harry Wood
- - i .1,y rmmor la on nthlisl- !
i cottage iui liic auu"u, u --
ast over Liuuuauii. -" .. -
over most of the world and says that to
him, Cloudcroft exceeds any summer re
sort he has ever visited.
Much quiet entertaining is &oing on
everv day in the way of one or two
tables of bridge, a kaffe klatche, a
small tea and thimble parties, but the
most Important Is the "get-together"
Mr. and Mrs. John Dyer .have been
having an outing up here and have
been enjoying horse-back riding. - a
good deal of bridge and many long
Mrs. H. D. Slater gave a tea yester
day afternoon for Mr. R. C. Canby,
who is her house guest.
Charles Springer returned to El Paso
after spending a few days here.
The H. B. Stevens family have opened
their cottage for the season. The
Stevens children's billygoat has grown
so fat up here that it Is Tvlth difficulty
he can get between the shafts of the
Miss Janie Ellis with her mother and
sisters, will take a cottage here for the
rest of the season.
j. T. Lindsey. Leo Gale, John J. Mc
Court, C. L- Vowell and family, of El
Paso are late arrivals at the Lodge.
Dr L. W. Crowder and family, of Sher
man. Tex., R. T. Tegans, Albuquerque,
T C. McNabe, Denver, and Mrs. Pons
ford and family of El Paso are also
registered at the Lodge.
Mrs. E. W. Mitchell and cliildren are
guests of Mrs. W. M. Peticolas.
ALL CROPS ASSURED
AT FORT STOCKTON
Heavy Eain Causes Rejoic
ing Aonong the New
Fort Stockton, Texas, June 30. The
heavv rain insures not only a heavy
yield of fruit and grain, but a fine
grass crop all over this section.
-v ..Mturc tt-1ii- ihit latelv settled
upon school land are jubilant over tl.e
fine rains -rvnicn m-ure uwm a i"
crop. .Seasons being -late here, all crops
buch as corn, cotton, milo maize, sor
ghum and kaffir corn, will have plenty
of time to mature.
A heavy rain began falKng here today
and has continued more than four hours.
Telephone reports from all over the
rouiirv sav that the rain has been gen
eral and ali the tanks in the different Vaughn, X. M., June 30. Hardin Clark
pastures are full. ! of Carlsbad, X. iL, has bought the res-
The rain is still falling and indica- taurant opposite the Vaughn Trust and
tions are that the rain will continue for Savings bank. He has closed to make
several days, as is the custom in this j improvements in fixtures, but will re
part of the state at this time of the open soon.
FOUR AXD OXE-HALP OCH
RAIX FALlS OVER DAI-haiit
Dalhart. Texas. June 30. Heavy rains
ave again visited Dalhaft. Southeast
of here J. A. Roberts, a ranenman, re
ports a rainfall of four and one-half
DROUTH ENDS AT ROSWELL.
Rorwell, X. M., June 30. Heavy show
ers in every direction -the past five days
have given" the country from Clovi on
the Viorth to Artesia on the south tem
porary relief from the drouth. One
shower falling slowly, gave Rosweli
twenty-eight one-hundredths of an inch
RAIN HELPS VATIGHX CROPS.
Vaughn, N. M., June 30. Vaughn was
visited with a fine rain whi'.-h will be
very beneficial to the growing crops.
RAIN AT BIG SPRINGS.
Big Springs, Texas. June 30. Several
nice showers of rain have fallen during
vthe past week. A very heavy rain fell
soutli of here.
ARTESIA PLANS LOCATION
OF ELIDA CEMENT PLANT
Commercial Clnb Appoint Committee to
Raise Bonus Republican Com
mittee Aracancy Filled.
,Artesia, N. M., June 30. E. V. Boddy,
of Elida, is here to ascertain what en
couragement Artesia will give to have
the cement plant, formerly owned by the
Elida Cement and Improvement com
pany moved to this place. The propo
ziii.nn was brought up before the com
mercial club and referred to a commit- j
tee to take subscriptions, ,xne piauu
ha a daily capacity of 50 tons.
Captain Murray, of Rosweli, has
made arrangements with Capt. Charles
Tt Fhols. of Company C, to turn over
to the company an equipment for the
trip to the California encampment.
Artesia and vicinity have been vis
ited by several showers within the past
few days. '
Prof. L. C. Slater, of Hagerman, and
Prof. "W- H. Beltz, of Pittsburg, closed
their school of art and elocution by a
Hope and Dakewood will celebrate the
Fourth by a barbecue and sports.
The officers of the local Republican
club have recommended Frank New
kirk of the News as representative on
the territorial central committee, vice
Harry "W. Hamilton, resigned.
rtdPE RANCHERS PLAN FOR ,
CEMENT IRRIGATION DITCH J
Rosweli, N. M., June iu. w . r. unuey
ird T. V. Coffin, of Hope, and "W. P.
r avI of Rosweli, as a committee
-r.nrPRentinc the owners of the Hope
ommunity ditch, on the Penasco river,
".0 miles southwest of Rosweli, are here
-o get bids on a cement dam and
jomenteu aitcnes. xwe j.uh uusi ui me
mprovements under contemplation will
be about $60,000, and it is estimated
AMll prevent the wvte of 40 percent
Df the water belonging to the ditch,
-ow lost by seepages. That saving and
the adoption of more intelligent meth
ds in irrigating, will double the acre
age now under irrigation there and
r.ake the total about SO00 acres.
l $4 S50 $4,850
oDncTwn STnpncfiThP mosfc romnlete and best arranEred house ever built
belcw the' market. Walking distance, east front, 8 rooms, 5 large closet3, pantry, 2 halls, bath room, oak mantel, aud oak
front door. All woodwork finished in dark wood f mish. Full basement tinder entire house, with inside stairs rrom kitchen.
Sidewalks down and rear yard all fenced. Price cut to $4850.00 for quick deal. Close in, 800 .block.
H. L. HOWELL,
32G Herald Building.
AT BIS SPRINGS
Davidson Coming STuly 1 A
. Woman Sustains In
Big Springs. Tex.," June 30. Cone
Johnson, candidate for governor, de
livered an address hers to a crowded
house. The old skating rink having
largest seating capacity of any house in
the cftj, was secured and It was filled
to overflowing. At the close of the
address he wag presented a beautiful
boquet of roses, the presentation being
made by Mrs. J. E. Morris.
The coming of R. V. Davidson is
looked for. He will deliver an address
here at 3 p. m. on Juljr 1.
Miss Lena Holland of Brownwood is
visiting Miss Ethel Read.
Mrs. "W. C. Bird, while returning from
Moss Springs with a picnic party,
stepped from the surrey and severely
sprained an ankle, which threw her on
one hand, breaking the bone in two
Work on the office of the master
mechanic at the new shops is being
rushed and will be ready for occupancy
within 30 days. It is located south
west of the roundhouse.
H. A. Wahlert. the air brake in
structor for the T. & P. railway, is here
with his car and will remain for -several
VAl'GHX RESTAURANT SOLD
.VXD CLOSED FOR REPAIRS
Cement-Adobe Rooming House Under
Construction Rancher Din Cis
tern Station Agent
L. Jl. Casous win begin a aweuing on
I a lot just purchased.
X. M. Jones Is ouildmg a cement-
N. M. Jones Is building
adobe robming house east or the kock
, Island station,
J T. M. Dumas
is putting down a cis-
tern on his ranch a mile south or
town j aiseases vhj-- uomc jji ...
J. B Briscoe, station agent of the with says that in all his scientific ex
Santa Fo. has been transferred to Clovis. perience he has never found so hard a
Agent Aloore ot tnat piacc coming tu
The Teomen gave a danc. at Harring-ton'-s
NO GALES FIRE DESTROYS
STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
It. J. Saxon ScIIk Building: Naco Immi
gration Service Official Promoted;
New Coaches for S. P.
Xogales, Ariz., June 30. The grocery
and general merchandise stock of J. M.
Ochoa was destroyed by fire he're. The
I insurance is about SloOO. The brick
building Ochoa occupied on Nelson av
enue was badly damaged. The loss Is
covered by Insurance. The origin of the
fire is unknown.
The brick building occupied by the
Wing Wong company, owned by H. J.
Co-v-nn Viae hann "inlil tC .(IP Wis?
Z n.. T l-,..i-u-n fkm 1 . Cnnnlch "
interpreter at Naco in the immigration
service, has succeeded to the position
held by inspector Gates, deceased, and
has arrived to assume his duties.
- Judge Eb Williams, who has been
very ill, is improved.
New passenger coaches are constant
ly being brought through ogales for
use on the S. P. lines in Mexico.
Don't be dis-
j wu i v;:i i u--
f CELESRA1 tiT recall so your
C STOMACH Wstoma c h and
liver have "gone
'back on vou."'
.7ut take a
;hort course of
the Bitters. It
Lowert Fates bshveca SAN FRANCISCO.
SEATTLE, LOS ANGELES.
SAN DIEGO and other Coast Gties
Berth and Meals Included
TRIPS EAST BY SEA AND RAIL
Don't wait until steamers are sold out
Write quick for fares and reservations
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
19 Market St SAN FRANCISCO
CROP IS ASSURED
Fruit Shipment Becoming
Heavy Ranch Improve-
Ysleta, Tex., June 30. Clouds still
hang heavy over this part of the valley
and it rains, at frequent Intervals.
There has been plenty of rain to make
another cutting of a)falfa even if no
more water comes down the canal.
Several hundred pounds of fruit and
vegetables have been shipped from here
during this week. The shipments were
from the ranches of Porcher & Son,
Jen-sen, Cody, and Clarke.
Mrs. W. E. Downing and son of Ken
tucky, after a visit to friends and rela
tives here and El Paso have gone to
Ennis, Tex., for a visit to Mrs. Down
ing's brother. G. H. Eubank.
The sound of the thresher is heard in
Mrs. Julius Loewenstein and little
son of. El Paso are guests at the
N. T. Power? of El Paso is down on
his ranch, planning Improvements. He
Is going to have7 a handsome home built
on his ranch.
Saloon Succeded by Grocery.
Personal and General
Leming. N. M.. June 30. Dae to the
heavy rain up the Silver City draw, the
farmers on the TVamel ditch are irri
gating their fields. This is the first
water that has been in the Mimbres be
low Spaulding this year.
Thomas Birtrong has closed out the
O. K. saloon. The building has been
rented bv Pablo Rivera, who is putting
in a stock of groceries.
Drew Gorman's neat cement-block
. -th. -M-'a rYnvmrvn nf SHrin
jHLJ-L jhs.jox u o wiiiiuu, j- i.aj.
- prominent, uauuuai c... o
i 1-A .Avmt --i,i o ye o-mniOT
aisetise iu iuiimuci .l.- -..".-
UUC5 UUL m;;n.ic, . v.v-."a..."
as a most successful rcmeuj iui iuc
treatment of Eczema, itchln
eases, aanaruii, pimpies, oiucjuicsiuo
and all other diseases of the skin and
sealn. He says that not only do its
curative qualities .make it popular but (
also the fact that it is a clean, liquid i
rtmedv for external use. A ereat im- I
provement oyer the old style greasy
salves and lotions which are not only
unpleasant to use but dp not destroy
the genn life that causes the disease.
ZEMO draws the germs to the surface
and destroys them. leaving the skin
clear and healthy. Can be used freely
on infants. JUr. Knob-lauch will gladly
supply these who call with a free sample
bottle of ZuMO and a booklet which
explains in simple language all about
skin diseases and how to cure yourself
at home with ZEMO.
Knoblauch Drug Co.
Galveston, Key West and
Superior Passenger Accommodationi
Fast Freight Service
STEAMERS SAIL EVERY WED
NESDAY AND SATURDAY AT
Wednesday Steamers Call at Key
West, Fla., making connection for
pointer Jn Florida and Cuba.
Saturday Steamers Carry Freight
For (particulars as to reservations,
ratea, etc-, see your ticket agent or
S. T. DeMILT,
Gen. Agent, Galveston, Texas.
Tickets to and from Europe
Cut Rate Hardware
309 S. EI Paso jt.
in El Paso is now ottered at a price away
cottage on Silver avenue Is completed,
and he will move into It.
Mrs. Bertha C. Tinsley, of Kansas
City, is visiting with the family of Maj.
Jas. R. Waddill. She is on her way to
Silver City, where ahe will be present
at the wedding of her brother, Douglas
Crowell, of El Paso, to Miss Shumacker,
of Silver City.
A. Wallis, from the state of Sonora,
Mex., is here to inspect his ranch up the
Mimbres and his mining property In the
Cooks Peak district.
Geo. Chester for years the local man
ager for the Continental Oil company,
has accepted the local managership of
the Texas Oil company, at Deming,
succeeding L. R. Taylor, who goes to
Douglas, Ariz., as manager for th
company at that polnt-
Jas. Sheppard has accepted a position
with the Copper Queen Mining company
at Douglas, Ariz.
Col. Wayne Wilson, of Silver City,
passed through Deming on his return
from an extensive pleasure trip in the
Dr. Welton, who was at Lordsburjr
for the last month, relieving Dr. Crock
er, the S.P. surgeon at that place, has
returned to Santa Rita to resume hH
duties as chief surgeon for the Chlno
Thos. Birtrong and family have gone
to Douglas. Ariz., where they will make
their future home, j
Sam Wright and wife have gone to
Hope, Ark. Mr. Wright recently lost
a limb while in the service of the Santa
Chamberlain's Sxomach and .Liver
Tablets assist nature in driving all im
purities out of the system, insuring a
free and regular condition and restor
ing the organs of the body to health
and strength. Sold by all dealers.
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la ih wtrid. Try m fetf felt n4j
PURINA S0RA70H FEED
Makts Hmu Lay
FURINA CHICK FEED
Sara laty Cfett
(Ahviys is CtooktrtMri lap)
FOR SALE BY
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PLENTY OF IT--DRINK
EL PASO PURE MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented
cows, and Is treated by the most scien
tific methods. Delivered to you la
sterilized airtight bottles.
El Paso Dairy Co.
PkoHu: Bell 340t Auto. 115.
Office 31S X. OreroH.
E3 Paso Pasieur insliiuf &
For Preventive Treatment
325 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 23-10 R. 1. Res., 34:
Guns. Ammunition. "YVskoh Cod
ers. Builders' Hardware, Tools
all kinds, Saddles, Harness aHd
Cutlery, Tenths, Paint, etc.
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