Cor. Kansas & Boulevard
Phones : 834, 844, 323. Mo Phone : 8691
The Place Where the Dollar
Fancy Elberta peaches, per crate 50c
Fancy Elberta Peaches, per basket .- 15c
"Watermelons, fresh car, per lb lc
ValleyCantaloupes, fresh every morning, 2 for 15c
Xew California Grapes, per basket 50c
Green String Beans, per Jb 5c
New celery, extra nice, per bunch 15c
ZSew cooking apples, large ones, 6 lb for 25c
Extra good lemons, per dozen 20c
Fancy tomatoes, per basket 3oc
Large white potatoes, 31 lbs 25c
B. and M. Baked Beans, 3 cans for 25c
B. and M. Baked Beans, large cans, each 15c
Kellogg Com Flakes or Post Toasties, 3 pkgs. for . .25c
Puff ed Eice, per package . 15c
Puffed "Wheat per package 10c
Shredded Wheat, 2 packages 25c
Scotch or Quaker Oats, per package 10c
Large package Gold Dust 20c
4 lbs. bulk Starch 25c
4 large rolls toilet paper for 25c
5 gallon best Gasoline 35c
5 gallon best Eupion Oil 80c
3 lbs. best head Bice 25c
Mce large Mackerel, each 10c
Fresh Elberta Peaches, per crate 50c
The Store Where You
All afternoon and evening trains are
reported on time-
Dr. W. H. "Weeks,
711 Texas street.
Man Shoots Wife.
Los Angeles, Ca! , July IS. Because
his wife refused her consent to selling
their home place, G. C. Luitweiler, son
of a pioneer mining man and inventor,
Are you contemplating a
HUNTING or MSKDsTG
interested in I
If so write Traffic Department
Mexico Northwestern Railway
Trains leave CTUDAD JLAHEZ
Jilondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays:
1:25 P. M. (Mexican time)
1:00 P. M. (El Paso time)
DAILY SEEVICE From
H. C. FERRIS, General Manager.
T. R. RYAX, Traffic Manager.
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
Mexico Today Magazine
MEXICO TODAY MAGAZINE
Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. F,
il - J
iff Ly V nmf P&
Our 9th year in
of this city, shot and killed her, serious
ly wounded her sister and then attempt
Canadian Forest Fires Rage.
Calgray, Alberta, July 18. Forest
fires are assuming alarming propor
tions. They are raging in several
places in The foothills country of the
Rockies southwest of here and unless
heavy rains fall immediately, millions
of dollars' worth of standing timber
will be lost.
Save Your Stomach.
(Not the Wrappers.
Most package coffee is glazed and
adulterated with various substitutes to
make a worthless coffee salable. Chase
& Sanborn's coffees of whatever price
are clean, wholesome and pure.
To pay a little more and receive value
for value, or pay a little les and re-
! ceive nothing much, w Inch U better?
A trial will remove any doubt.
Jacksuu' Sanitary Grocery.
Italian Fend Rexults Fatally.
Trinidad, Colo., July 18. Because of
a blood feud transplanted from Italy,
two men held Guiseppe Ciamca, a miner,
while a th.rd stabbed him to death at
Forbes, a mining camp near here.
Dr. Gallasher, Trust Bldg.. hours 9 to
11 a. in.. 2.30 to 4:30 p. in.
Japan Severs Treaties.
Tokio, Japan, July IS. Notices of the
termination of the commercial treaties
one year hence have been dispatched to
Kurtmean countries, including Great
Dr. Cceron reliable dentistrj-, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe store.
".Joy- Rider' Injured.
Seattle, Wash., July IS. Seven per
sons were injured, one probably fatal
ly, when an automobile driven by W.
A. Briggs and carrying a party of
frierds ran into another machine driv
en by Henry Mayampto, a chauffeur.
Mr. Briggs, who is superintendent of an
office building, sustained a fractured
skull and is not expected to survive.
Illinois Politicians Active.
Springfield. Ill, July 18. To file their
petitions with the secretary of state.
If For Less f
Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called 'Jiear molars."
2r. H. A. Mugrtider
WORK FOR NEG0E2
El Paso. Plaza Block
HOW TO FIND OUT
Fill a bottle or common glass wiih
urine and let It stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling- usually in
dicates an unhealthy condition of the
kidneys. Too frequent desire to urinate,
scanty supply, pain or dull ache in the
back, should also convince you that the
kidneys or bladder are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, fulfills almost every
wish in relieving pain in the back, kid
neys, liver, bladder and every part of
the urinary passage. It corrects in
ability to hold urine, and scalding pain
in passing it, or bad effects following
use of liquor, wine or beer, and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of be
ing compelled to get up many times dur-
j ing the night tourinate.
Tne mild, pleasant and extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized.
It stands the highest for Its wonderful
results in she most distressing cases. If
you need a medicine, you should have j
0l i-v- .iriiiro-lctc Tn f i f t V-
cent and one dollar sizes.
. j.,, ,
You may have a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
ana a book that tells all about it, doih
sent absolutely free by mail. Add
Dr. Kilipr & Co.. Binsrhamton, N
When writing be sure to mention that
you read this generous offer In the El
raso uaiiy xierajo. uonimaKeanyiuw
take, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address. Binghamton. N. Yn on every
more than 50 aspirants for legislative
honors are in the city
They Are Good EffRi.
If you have ben disappointed in egfs
try our Sunflower eggs. They are al
Jackson Sanitary Grocery,
"Wonld Finance Chinese Outbreak.
Victoria, B. C, July lS.--Dr. Sun Yat
Sen, leader of the Chinese revolutionary
party. is coming to the United States
shortly to consult his compatriots re
garding financing an outbreak, accord
ing to news brouerht bv the EraDress
j of China. , " '
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
Ei Paso Trunk factory, norh side plaza.
Date Set for Indian Lnnd Prohe.
Pierre, S. D., July 18. Congressman
Burke, chairman of the house commit
tee appointed at the last session of con
gress to investigate charges of fraud
In the sale of Indian lands, made by
United States senator Gore against
William Mcllurray, an attorney of Mc
Alester, Okla.. has notified members of
the committee to assemble at Muskogee,
Okla.. on August 4. Senator Gore has
agreed to be present.
C. L. BiIIIngto, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9, painting, paper hanging, decorating
We are getting those delicious valley
cantaloupes now, the best in the world.
Jackson's Snxiitnry Grocery,
Jnpnii Cement: Friendship.
TokiQ,. Japan, July IS. Jacob M.
Dickinson, American secretary of war,
and party took the train at 6:30 o'clock
this morning for Yoto. General count
Okuma, representing Gen. Terrauchi,
the minister of war, gave a luncheon
here in honor of the American secre
tary, w-ho in responding to a toast, said
his reception by Japan was aniddition
al mark of the friendship of this coun
try for the United States
El Paso Vnilej Cantaloupe on Waldorf
Astoria Menu. Jnckvon's Sanltnry
Grocer? Fii-niI:e. :; Crates
This morning's mail brought an order
to Jackson's Sanitary Grocery from the
Waldorf-Astoria, New York city, for 3
cra-tes of CI Paso Valley cantaloupe
every day. In that letter they stated
that the El Pao valiey cantaloupe is
much better than any other grown and
that they will probably increase their
order to SO crates a week. The ract
thar the Waldorf-Astoria ordered from
Jacks. n"s Sanitary Grocery is proof that
they know that Jacksoiihandle- onlj
the best and always serves it to Iris cus
tomers. REWARD Will CTivo S2S tn anv nnfi
that has seen any picture or nart of tho I
show this week at the Happy Hour be- t
-lore in l.i .paso. 10c and 20c.
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SCrSP" '?' Traveling El Panoans Can Get The
'JiMilt38i ,i- 0 Tr&& Herald at Any of Theaa
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lniiicirjpions, isc itmj- nRsun zvnu uic iciiriic in uaitinr. Uurins; tne cany jinn j
of the prcucnt hcnson. AVnsjner took a decided slt:::ii in hitiinsr, smd for a I
time It xe.emed as If lie had lost his lmtticoe. During the In.t two ccks,
however, lie has been hitting regular!, and III soon be up among the I
lenders. - J
Lucky Fortunes In Oil
Poor Men Become Millionaires and "Wonders of Newly Opened Fields Grow
More Wonderful The Superintendent Who Disobeyed Orders.
After ffoino- broke in the Los Angeles
-oil, Ed. Dohenv and Charles Canfield be-
vu, .lai. ijvmi .uu. .
an loolang for pastures now. As aseta
each had a set of deep well tools, pood
judgment of oil formations, energy and
courage, no money, and little credit.
Doheny found where an old farmer had
sunk a well near the banks of Kern river,
that yielded a little oil on top of the wa
ter. On lookinjr over conditions carefully,
he was able to secure a. lease on 320
acres of kind, and set un hi first derrick
about one-fourth of a mile north ot the
old farmer's well. In a lew ilavh tie had
finished a -well some 300 feet dee-j that
would produce 10 or 12 barrels of 14 de-
i ll.x- t '.. t 1.1 -tTwu-nrv in TCKird. tO tJie
ili--VO wW, x. . , ,,
(woTfirv -hi Hi; w;ls iivi -
' r- , , -i.i t ..i;o K Jin had
iieui was riinit- .uiuutmcvi.... -y -
an accident to the machinery and well,
which it took several weeks to remedy,
iu M-hfii T.mv!ifl and he was ready to
i slart up avx-Uh he controled a great part
I f i)A innfi fnr. n m;ie wide and some
j four -miles in length along the anticline;
jn fact. all that he could get on credit.
TT finihd 11 of these shallow nnt
producing wells, ifoen moved his ma
chinery a half mile further north along
tJie anticline: here he struck oil at about
COO feet, of hagher suavity, and that
would yield over 50 barrels of oil daily,
so he followed it back over the lands he
rontTolol until it was thoroushlv proved,
the depth to the oil sand, its thickness,
amount ot on it coniameu, unu
amount that could be drained into one
well, so that the solid cubic oil contents
of an acre of lanr could be aa-definite-Jy
determined as could tJie fanner's
wheat crop when he begins his harvest,
or the ore can be measured in a devel
Other Fortunes Made.
This Tinr. nivlv mnp Tkihenv several
f times over a millionaire, but made other
fortunes lor other men. Alxmt tne time
Doheny besnn work in tfce Kern river
field, Gms. Tbb?4s foreclosed a mort
rae on a dry homestead of 160 acres for
a debt of $S0 and it proved to be in the
direct line of development. He began
leasing in small tracts of two. fde and
10 acres, a bonus of $500 to $2500 per
acre would be paid for a 10 eir lease,
besides a royalty of fro.ni one-fifth to
one-third of the oil produced, thus be
sides gttting several times as much for
a single acre as the whole tract cost him
as a bonus, he still scot a third of the oil
delivered in the tank. a fast as it was
produced. It made Tibbets also a mil
lionaire that can afford to support liis
private railroad coach and such other
luxuries as his whim dictates.
J. J. Mack, a Bakersfield banker,
bought a section of land from the S. P.
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company at $2.50 pel acre, on time; he
wanted it for a pasture, but before he
hod made a payment on it, oil develc-D-
, ment &tarted ,by Do.,, ' h-
I He sold leases so that the bonuses naid
into the (bank amounted to $1,250 000
before he paid the poor railriad com
pany his purchase price of $1600 for a
title. His royalties would now supvort
a prince m splendor.
The above history Is or t.iree of the
many who made fortunes by having
the courage to develop the Kern rive?
! VJr:?$ ea chanS
IZ Z,r 1B uu -oanngo, and work it
the first three months, was also suc
cessful Canfield and Chancellor were
out of both cash and credit before They
had finished their first hole. The v had
jo shut down while Canffeld went to
Their Indications for oil were promis
ing, but for money with which to finish
the work the reverse of promising,
tho work the reverse of promising. FI-nallj-,
after somo six w-eeks of begging
men with capital to help them out on
almost any terms. Dr. Hay wards offered
them $1S00 for one-third interest in the
entire outfit. Canfiold's tools T7ere
worth ?3500, Chancellor had put $3000
cash into tho outfit, and both had
spent several months on the hole which
they were sinking.
As this was the best terms on whicli
he could get money, Canfield accepted
and closed the deal with Dr. Haywards,
but took an option on the one-third
for a year at the price of $1 00,000. Can
field took the $1800 and went back to
Coalingo to finish the well, a few days
later bringing it in, with a flow of fif
teen hundred barrels a day, of 41 per
cent gravity oil, worth about ?2 at the
Dr. Hay wards receiled for his third
of the oil sold, before Canfield bought
his third interest, $90,000 and received
as per terms of the option $100,000, all
on an investment of $1800, and within
one yoar. Canfield then sold the well to
an English company for $3,000,000.
I These incidents pale beside the recent
development of the Lakeview well,
across the valley from the Kern river
field. The company which started this
well exhausted both its cash and credit,
and could go no further, then leased
it to the Union Oil company, a strong
concern, on one-eighth royalty, who, af
ter working for some time, ordered the
superintendent to abandon work on it,
but wanting to see what was below the
hard shale stratum in which the drill
was at the time, the superintendent
(though risking dismissal) pigeonholed
the order for a couple of days, and
brought in one of the world's historic
oil wells, which has been producing oil
at the rate of nearly a million barrels
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Francis, United News Agents. 11 1-2
Eddy street. Golden Gate News Asency.
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MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. TVest Hotel.
DENVER. COLO. Brown Palaco. Al
bany, S. 'Widom, Western News Stands,
Katz News .gpncv r.?tn and Champa.
SEATTLE. WASH. foreign and Do
mestic News gency. corner 1st avenue
South and Washington street; also S. E.
j corner 2nd avenue and Cherry street.
Acme News Co., W. O. Whitnnv
OAKLAND, CAL. Enquirer News Co.
LOS ANGELES. CAL Independent
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of oil a month one well making a mil
lionaire every month.
The oil shot from this hole with suf
ficient force to tear to pieces and
wreck the 84-foot derrick. There were
three strings of casings in the well
when oil was struck; ne inner was
blown out In a very short time, then
the well began to shoot the larger cas
ings out. one or two joints at a time,
until now there is but little chance of
capping the well, should the operators
There has been no attempt to control
the Avell, as it was all that could be
done to control the oil flowing from
it. For six weeks any man that could
handle a shovel was in demand at $1
an hour and given free board and free
whisky for as long- as he would work
on ditches and dams.
Some of the minor stockholders of
the company who started the well and
J had to abandon It for want of cash or
credit to comolete it. now sret as high
as $400 a day Income as their part of
the one-eighth royalty which the Union
Oil company pays them for the lease.
WRter Falls Fall to Progress.
Seattle, Wash., July 18. Snoqualmie
Falls, near this city, have been oblit
erated, the water being- entirely divert
ed to turn the wheels of an electric
plant that furnishes power to Seattle
and Tacoma. The Snoqualmie river.
135 feet wid, plunged over a precipice
268 feet high.
TRY DR. CHK MOtC'S VKGETABIiiC
Ity or weakness
of men, women
all Skin Diseases.
tarrh, Heart Dis
ease, Lung Trou
ble, Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Female internal
tion or acute
JUT CURED. Of
Eell Phone 2910.
ace 105 24. CaijelL
BROADWAY and 1 Hh ST.
HEV YORK CITY
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terest. Half block from Wknamaker.
Fire minutpa' vralkof Shopping District.
NOTED F)R: Excellence of cuisine,
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundinafs.
Rooms 31.00 per dsy and ip
With privilege ol BaJh
$1 .50 per day and up
Tablo d'Hots Breakfast 50a
WM.TAYLCR & SOM, Ino.
DALLAS M. B. Meyer. 316 Main
street. H. E. Turner.
ML-MPHIS. TENX.World News Co.
NEW ORLEANS. LA. Geo Wallace,
103 Roval; World New Co.
irEXICO CITY The Aztec, Bine
Book Store. Am. Photo Co.. Ave. San
PARRAL. MEX. Parral News Co.
NE ORK Imperial Hotel, Arthur I
Hotalmg No. l, Park Row -Broadway '
and 33rd-Broadway and 42nd-1400 j
Broadway, Grand Central Station; I
Henry Schutz. P. O. Times Square !
WASHINGTON. D. C Ralelcrh. Eh.
I bitt. Columbia News Agency, Henry Sle-
CHICAGO, ILL. Auditorium. Great
Northern, Queen City News Stands, Em
pire News Co. (wagons). Chicago News
paper Agency. 170 Madison (wagon).
ST LOUIS Planters. Southern. Jef
ferson. ATLANTIC CITY QUAKER NE.
C... Boardwalk News Co.
PHILADELPHIA Bellevue, Quaker
News Co.. Arthur Hotalinr.
PITTSBURC: Lincoln. "
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maiures, 101 :jc anu iiuc
G. 3M. Crombie, of tile Hrm of Cromble
. Son, left Monday for eastern points
Herald Buildinsr II
A. H. Richards, Jeweler. -
International Book and Sta
Wm. Moeller, Real Esta'e.
Office and plant of The El Paso
El Paso Printing- Co.. fac'ng;
Main St.. near St. Resris xistel.
John Brunner. Tailoring:.
T. "W. C. A. Lunch and Rest
Public Stenographers Co.
Mrs. J. B. Cass.
Miss B. Garra. Dressmaking
Parlors. Drs. Satterlee & Satterlee, Os
teopaths. Dr. Nettle E. Satter
lee, Dr. Flora L. Satterlee.
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist. Reading Rooms.
The Wm. Jennings Co., Con
sulting Engineers Machinery
Southwestern Portland Cement
R. E. Ruthateiner. Mechanical
Colorado National Life Insur
ance Co. E. McMIllen, agent.
R. L. Nichols, Attorney at Law.
Dee & Woodward, Contracting
Charles M. Gibson.
Carter & Robertson. Mine. M."J.
Smelter and Railway Supplies.
The Ludlow Saylor "Wire Co.,
T. E. Robertson, manager.
Standard Home Co., Money to
H. L. Howell, Real Estate.
Scott & Thornton's
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AA Pointed Question!
Where to buy hay, oats,
grain, etc., etc. This question
is satisfactorily settled if
you decide to favrr us with
your orders. We carry a
large stock on hand which as
sures prompt delivery. Also
headquarters for fresh field,
garden and flower seeds.
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
EMBOSSED LETTER HEADS
Per M, $6
Electric Power Embossers.
EI Paso Pasteur insf Hut e
For Preventive Treatment
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