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Saturday, July 23, 1910.
You might as well be
EL PASO HERALD
in a pair of our Stylish
and Exclusively De
signed Pumps or Ties,
as to wear "just any
old shoes" from "just
airy old store."
THEY COST NO MOEE, BUT THEY "LOOK
AND FEEL" VERY, YEXty DIFFERENT.
BROAD GAUGED, BROAD MINDED MEN
WEAR OUR BROAD FOOT-FORM SHOES
MADE BY "NETTLETON" ASK FOR
ROSWELL LAND IMPRESSES
NEW YORK BIG ORCHARDIST.
Irrigation Company Official and Friends
Visit City Sunday School
Picnic a Success.
Roswell, N. L, July 23. W. Q. Mc
Dowall, president of the Western Irruja
ted Land and Orchard company; George
T. Powell, a prominent agriculturist and
scientist, and Charles EL Plump, all of
New York state, have eft for home after
benig here a iveek. Prof. Powell, who
owns an orchard at Ghent, X. Y., in
which there are aople trees 70 years old,
the orchard pajinjr $1000 per acre each
3 ear. &3-s Roswell has country sur
rounding it that has greater possibilities
and advantages than he has ever seen
elsewhere in one Iccality-
The union Sunday school piciric sur
passed all expectations as a success. Two
thousand paper plates were -.provided,
but the supply was exhausted long be- l
A- Offering CALIFORNIA OIL -Jhare
ATLANTA OIL COMPANY
Capital Stock $600,000; Par Value $1.00
No preferred stock. No bonds or free stock. No bonded Indebtedness.
Lease runs 40 years. All stock in treasury. Incorporated under one
sixth royalty for benent of noid.-rs laws of state of California.
106 ACRES OF ABSOLUTELY PROVEN OIL LAND ON SULPHUR
MOUNTAIN ADJOINING- ANL .BETWEEN THE LIBERTY AND PURI
TAN OIL COALPA-Ni- . .jiopt:rt. TEN MILES FROM SANTA PAULA,
VENTURA CO.. CALi
FA CIS The propvrtj is ab olutely proven territory, lying as it
does with the UNION OIL CO. p oducing on south, the Liberty Oil Co.
producing on west, the BAKU uIL CO. producing on north, whjch only
recently erected its 30th rig, and Puritan Oil Co. to commence drilling
on the east- Also, it Is located in a district of BIG PRODUCING COM
PANIES, such as OJ-AI Petroleum, Pyramid Oil Co., Canadian Queen,
Capital Crude, Bard Oil and 'Asphalt Co., and others. THERE'S NO
QUESTION ABOUT COMPANY GETTING OIL. It Is possible that, Lib
erty Oil Company's new well w.il be a gusher, which would make the
ATLANTA OIL COMPANY stocK worth par. Mr. Cowell, our superin
tendent, knows ev-ry foot of th groud. and having his log book of
Liberty propertv which adjoin ou- land, aid an experienced OIL MAN,
and we consider ourselves fortunate In obtaining his services. VEN
TURA CO. OIL represents the cr.?ani of the-Industry. It is the home of
HIGH GRAVITY OIL. VENTURA OIL means $1.00 a barrel at well.
Costs from 2c to 6c to produce it. THE GREAT UNION OIL CO. got its
start In VENTURA CO., and has paid over 22 millions in dividends.
These great assets had a small beginning in the WILD BILL GUSHER,
within SIGHT OF ATLANTA OIL CO. property. The demand for refin
ing OIL FAR EXCEEDS THE SUPPLY. The 35 refineries in California
are crying for the product. The eastern high gravity fields are di
minishing, the OHIO FIELD for instance, has fallen off one-third. The
demand is caused by the Increased market for gasoline. Throughout
the world the number of automobiles and internal combustion gasoline
engines Is forcing up price of high gravity crude petroleum. Eastern
operators are now lookins: to vkn'tI'RA COUNTY, which are held to be
the most extensive known. THTS IS THE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT
of ground floor offering of ATLANTA OIL CO. and may be over sub
scribed at any time. One day's illav may mpan vou are too late A.CT
NOW. WRITE FOR LATEST NEWS OF VENTURA OIL FIELDS.
The lumber for the derrick is on the ground and machlnerv has
been ordered. WELL NO. 1 will be started as soon as drilling "is In
stalled, it should not take over si"!: months to complete first well. WELL
NO. 2, by conditions of lease, mustvbe in operation by February- 14th,
BUY NOW. 15c per share BUY NOV." BUY NOW BUY NOW, 15c
ATLANTA OIL CO. STOCK; MAY BE PURCHASED ON INSTALMENT
PLAN. One-fifth down an on-lfth oer ronth. WHEN CASH AC
COMPANIES ORDER 5 PERCENT DISCOUNT WILL BE ALLOWED.
ATLANTA OIL COMPANY
J. E. LEVI, FISCAL AGENT. 411 S. Main St., Loh nsreles, Cnllf.
THE BOY SCOUTS ON AN OUTING
firtBwa bm8; r-y ' -V
The Boy Scouts of America, (New
&cout movement continues to spread nnd
country. The movement is one of peae,
Pew & Son
fore dinner was over. Twenty floats and
hay frames, 41 buggies and carriages and
seven automobiles were in the street pa
rade, loaded mostly with children.
Kurt Roches, whose father took the
first prize a-t the Boston orchid show,
has bought a 40-acre tract in the Ber
rendo irrigated farms tract. Mr. Roches,
wLo has just graduated from the Yale
school of forestry, expects to begin im
proving and developing his land at once.
Tobe Cozier has 'gone to El Paso to
figure on contracts for some of the rail
road and irrigation work being done at
Engle by the government.
Jesus Trujillo and Bualio Hernandez,
of Roswell, have started on a trip to El
Paso and Anthony, X. J., on business.
J. L. Toole, of Knowles, X. M., is here
tc sell his wool clip of 50,000 pounds.
The foundation for the new Giikeson
hotel is five feet wide and two feet
thick, the concrete being reinforced with
four rows of twisted steel bare set six
inches apart to carry four stories if nee-
York camp) having their lunch at their
many thousand boys are enroled at the differert
but at the same time, a inilltarj training is given
IN SILVER CITY, N. M.
Convention For August 6.
in the Field.
Silver City, N. M., July 23. The Re
publican county convention has been
called by chairman "W. H. Newcomb and
secretary R. P. Barnes, to meet at the
Elks' opera house in this city on August
6, to nominate delegates for the con
stitutional convention. Precinct pri
maries will be held throughout the
county on Thursday, July 28 to elect
delegates to the convention. There will
be 50 delegates, if all precincts are rep
While this county is Democratic on a
straight party vote, ' the Republicans
have a number of strong men under
consideration for nominations and a
warm political fight will be waged for
the next six weks. It Is generally pre
dicted that attorney Mat Fowler and R.
P. Barnes will be the legal lights on the
ticket, while "William H Newcomb and
either W. C. Porterfield of -this city, or
Maj. B. Y. Randall of Lordsburg will
represent the business and mining In
terests. All have resided here for
many years, with the exception of Mr.
FARMERS INSPECT PROPERTY
AT VALENTINE; PERSONAL. NEWS
Valentine, Texas, July 23. J. B. Ladd,
sales manager for the Valentine Devel
opment company, is here with eight
men from Kansas and Nebraska.
Arthur Mitchell and John Livingston
of Marfa are visiting here.
M. O. Walling, agent for the G. H.
& S. A., and sisters, Dr. Bessie and
Miss Effle Walling, have returned from
a visit to El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. TV. A. Foley and Baskum Price
will spend Sunday at Skillman Grove
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baker of El
Paso, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McAnelly and
daughter, Miss Bertie, are attending the
annual camp meeting at Skillman grove.
The Bell & Newton meat market is
now running a delivery wagon. i
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Finley, a
daughter, Virginia Lee.
An acetylene gas plant is being In
stalled in the McAnelly club building.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chambers are
guests at the home of Mrs. Lou Foley.
ESTANCIA ASSURED OF
IRRIGATION; NEWS NOTES
E-stancia, N. M., July 23. Irrigation
is practically assured. The new test
well was brought in with a flow of 450
gallons of water per minute, and It Is
thought It will reach 1000 gallons per
minute. At least 500 people have vis
ited the well daily. Another test well
will be put down near Mcintosh and if it
proves good, work on the power house
will soon be be begun. Many farmers
will put down wells.
Jim Denner has returned from the
Rev. Mr. Smmer", pastor of the M. E1
church, is spending his vacation with
relatives in Colorado.
Mrs. E. Duffey of Lexington. OkJa.,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Duffey.
P. A. Speckman has returned from
Rev. Mr. Crawford has gone to Pearl,
Texas, his old home, to hold revival
B. L. Hodges has gone overland for a
trip through Texas.
ROSWELL WOOL GROWER OPENS
BIDS; BUYERS ARE ABSENT
Roswell, N. M.. July 23. Although
there are nearly 3,000,000 pounds of
wool stored here, more tha'n at any
other poiHt in the territory, the market
is slow. No sales are being made, the
esstern buyers being absent. The grow
ers who have wool are hoping to receive
between 15 and 16 cents. Walter H.
J boxer, of this city, has returned from
J amounting to 314.000 oounds. has ad-
i vertised that sealed bids would be re
ceived for his clip.
JUAREZ PLAZA AND BAND
STAND WORK IS RUSHED
Already the new band stand in the
Juarez plaza is half completed, and the
sidewalks are half laid about the park.
The foundation of the new stand, con
structed entirely of white stone, is ready
for the iron frame work which will sxip
port the pagoda. Muncipal Sunday night
concerts have been postponed 'for a
few weeks past.
S. I.ouir TVnni. Cloie.
St Louis, Mo.. July 23.r Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums, 18 3?
22M; fine .medium. 1617; fine, 1314.
London, Eng., July 23. The offerings
at the wool auctions Friday amounted
to 13,433 bales, principally crossbreds,
which were readily sold to the home
trade. Freer buying by the continent
assisted in the firmness. Queensland
secured realized 2s, 2d.
Police Chief Inspects Polls.
.Police chief Ben.Jenkins made a visit
to all of the polling places Saturday aft
ernoon in an auto to see that everything
was all right and that the election lams
were being obeyed.
Mutt and Jeff are with us: second ap
pearance today on rport page. Every
day in The Herald hereafter.
Staten Island. The Boy
oamps throughout the
MONEY ANP METALS.
New Yorl Quotations.
(By Associated Press.'i
New York, July 23. Call money
Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
cent. Closing: Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 54. l
Desilverized lead, 54.45.
Copper, standard spot, ?11.6012.25;
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.05.
Mexican dollars. 44c
Current Sineltcr Quotations.
E1 Pasc Smelter.')
Bar silver 54
Copper (wire bars 12 &
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 12
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sll, d3
Lead (New Turk saxes prices) $4.40
Weekly Average. ,
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 54.54
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz..)
Amalgamated 59 73
Amer. Smelters 65
Ohio Fuel &. Iron 30
Erie Ry 22 Vi
M., K. & T 29
Mo. Pac . . . . 55
Rock Island 29
Southern Pac 10Si
Union Pac 157
U. S. Steel, com 65
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire 10 The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
(.. fArvTVarAtol 1 i
bosl corb :..::::::::::::::: ni
Cniumpt & Ariz 49
Copper Range 60 i
Giroux G '
firoprip Cananea a... 6 T I
Helvetia ; 2j
Miami " l3
Nevada UOn -1 78
No whouse 1
Nipissing 10 Vi
North Butte .x 234
Old Dominion 32
Sup. & Boston S
Suo. & Pittsburg 10
Trinitv 4 rr:
I S. Smelters, com 3.1
Utah Con 21
Utah Cppr 4
Special Wire to The. Herald from
H. IL Bru Co.. Globe. Ariz.)
Arlz.-Mich.. pt pd
Cal. & Montana
China Cop. CO
Chief Con '
Cordova, pt pd. Asked
Cordova, full pd. Asked ,
Ely Cent 6Sc
Gila Copper 5
Goldfield Con S
Inspiration C'.p 7
Live Onk Drv 17
Xason Val' k
T-H ncr. Exp ifip
N" TC' vtone '.... 3s'
Ohio C pper 1 9-15 j
STOCKS ATTD BONDS, COPPESS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOIT AND COT
TON. Pinto Copper 15c
Ray Central 2 V
Ray Consolidated 16
San Antonio, pt pd 6?
Superior & Globe, pt pd 25c
3STew York Curb. Close.
(Special from Irving iC. Farrlngton &
Co.. New York.)
Consolidated Arizona 1 15-16
Ely Consolidated 21c
Glroux : 6?&
Greene Cananea 6s
Pacific Smelters 7-16
Ray Central 2
Ray Consolidated 161
Tularosa r 114
Grain and Provisions.
Cliicnzro Grain. Close.
Sept $1.05 1.0551
Iec 1.07 1.071
Sept I S0?iS0;&
Dec i 60&g60
Dec 39 ;s
Chicago Proiiiions. Closei-
Sept .l ?21.57
New York, July 23. Cotton prices
started lower today except in new crop
months, which ruled steady the greater
portion of the session. The trend of the
weeK nas been lower, final figures today
lowing a serious
recession. This, how-
j ever, does not reflect the true condition
of the market since there is no doubt
of a deterioration of the crop. There has
been too much rain thn n.ist foxv d.nvc
in the eastern belt. The farmers are!
still clamoring for dry weather. In Tex-
as thprf lins hfwn nnH- n
a few scattered
showers but not sufficient to materially
help the crop. The distribution of mois
ture has not been liberal in needed lo
calities but the reverse, nnd the general
situation remains unsatisfactory.
Galveston Spoc Coton.
Galveston. Te:, July 23. Snot cotton
steady and unchanged; middling.
14 3-4c. No sales.
Liverpool, England. July 23. Local
pot cotton toaay ruled steady with a j
small business. Prices advanced three j
English points, or Sd for American mid
dling, the sales of whioh amounted to
2000 bales, of which 1600 were for
j American accounts. Speculation and
j exports cover 300 bales; imports 2000
I bales, of which 400 were American. Fu-
1 j ture prices opened steady at a net ad
50c I vance of two to four points over the
previous close. The closing figures
noted a gain on the day
points. The market
throughout the session.
of four to five
' Now Orleans. La., JuJy 23. Local cot
ton today opened quiet, the tone of old I
crop months being steady but small.
and the volume of trade being most I
active in October and December, with
a small change, which was fractional
ly higher. Weather conditions are still
the dominating factor. These conditions
are unchanged and are favoring the
Kansas City Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo., July 23. Cattle
Receipts 700, including 500 southerns;
steady. Native steers, ?4.756.00;
southern steers, $3.60 5.50, southern
cows, $2.75 4.25, native cows and heif
ers. $2.506.25; stockers and feeders,
$3.206.00; bulls, $3.004.60; calves,
$4.00S.50; western steers, $4.507.25;
western cows. $2.75 5.25.
Hogs Receipts 2000; steady to 5c
higher, bulk, $3.55S.80; heavy, -S.50
8.60; packers and butchers, $S.60
S.S0; light. $S.75S.S5.
Sheep Receipts 2000; steady. Mut
tons. $3.504.25; lambs, $7.507.60; fed
wethers and yearlings, $3.754.35; fed
western ewes, $3.25 4.10.
Chicago Hvstoc3c. Close.
Chicago. 111.. July 23. Cattle Re
ceipts 600; steady. Beeves, $5.00 8.40;
Demand the pure and best milk
El Paso dairy kind.
There are no cantaloupes grown that
compare with the El Paso valley can
taloupe. They are so good that Jack
son's Sanitary Grocery is shipping three
crates daWy to the Waldorf-Astoria, N.
Y., and that hotel prefers them to any
other. Fresh picked every morning.
Make the most delicious breakfast.
Nothing so good for the children as
plenty of El Paso dairy milk.
The El Paso dairy maintains the most
sanitary dairy in all the southwest.
Their milk costs no more than the or
Smith's ice cream i:
thing to eat any old
i mighty good
Don't put it off any longer.
Paso dairy milk.
Get your share of bargains at
) Schnei(fer.s market tonight.'
Paso Dairy milk,
Give the babies plenty of El Paso
dairy milk and watch how healthy they
For Sunday dinner better have some
of Smith's ice cream. Phone SIS.
Robertson, the prescription druggist,
fills prescriptions correctly. No sub-
stitution. 407 N. Oregon, phone 627.
The big meat sale at Schneider's
night is El Paso's best.
TFn?0118 -e deposit of monzonite (Porphyry) copper at
SSJnSPiS00 NT CO 12 miles from Tularosa station, andPS com
Sy Jufy 1st nolct concentrating mill, which will be in operation
Issued capitalization 550,000-55.00 shares. Controlling interest held by
F. P. Kern, President Southern Tron & Equipment Company, Atlanta gL
TtSs? BlXEf Paso. Wallace Wallace & Suerhlyet 31M0
thisSp?per .d n eW Yrk Cnrb For cluototion3 see Financial Column
We recommend the above entexprisa as an investment of nnqnestlcmed
Our 1G Dare book, entitled "THE V)PTT3p i
SCRAP BOOK." on requeat. Abo WeiSr
XUainf Market Ictt
Texas steers, $3.fco5.70; v western
steers, $5.006.S0; stockers and feed
ers, $4.15 6. 10, cows and heifers, $2.55
6.65, calves, $6.75S.75.
Hogs Receipts 8000, steady. Light,
$S.709.10; mixed, $8.30(38.95; heavs,
$8.05S.80; rough, $S.058.25; good to
choice heavy, 8.25 S.80; pigs, $S.75i&
9.10; bulk, $8.45S.75.
Sheep Receipts 4000. steady. Na
tive, $2.604.25; western, $2.504.25;
yearlings, $4.10 5.60; lambs, native,
$4.50 7.40; western. $4.50 7.50.
Fort Wortfi Livestock. Close.
Fort Worth, Tex., July -S. There is
practically nothing doing in the cattle
market here today. I? our loads of
mixed steers, cows, bulls and calves
were received. There was not suffi
cient activity to make quotations in
dicative of the trend of affairs.
In the hog section receipts ran 526,
active to strong; tops $S.90. This has
been a weak season for hogs. Prices
point to renewed activity and higher
quotations the coming week.
Electloa Heavy at Ysleta.
Although the vote is heavy at Ysleta
there has been no trouble at the lower
Long, who has the largest clip here
p3 Knowing About
El Paso dairy milk, purest and best
milk known. Both phones.
The Smith Ice cream made in all fla
vors an ddellvered to all parts' of the
city. Both phones-.
That means you can enjoy in 5 min
utes the delicious flavor of Chase &
Sanborn's Seal Brand coffee that repre
sents 40 years of expert blending and
roasting. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Milk that is mHk Sold by the EI
Paso dairy. Both phones.
When you have trouble with the eggs
you are getting try some Sunflower
eggs. They are always good. Jack
son's. Deroand good milk The
Dairy kind. Both phones.
The most sanitary market in El Paso
Schneider's meats are clean, sanitary,
tender and wholesome.
You'll Know how to appreciate good
ice cream after you try Smith's.
Special meat prices at Schneider's to
night. Big. tender roast, little money.
j Call phone SIS for a pint of Smith's
j ice cream for Sunday dinner.
the prescription druggist.
prescriptions correctly. No sub
stitution. 407 N. Oregon, phone 627.
Don't wait any longer, order some of
Smith's Ice cream now.
About 98 Miles irom EI
Paso on the 1 Paso &
Northeastern R. R.
m. ...... .,
1KVIBU K. FAHH MSTCM & CO..
Established 1900. 3T-4S Wall St Je York CU