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EL PASO HERALD
ILLS TO TEST ILL FIELD HAS NORWOOD NO. 2 RIG FOR HUEGO
H DISTRICT 2500 BBL WELL! REACHES SAND BASIN ILL OP
States Oil Corporation Had Gulf Production Company
Showinsr in Lime at
3475 Foot Level
Brings in Best Test of
'Ti. Texas, Aug-. 21. Opera- Honaton. Texas, Aug- IL The best
o-8 waching with Interest the . completion of last week in the coastal
- e of the Stat Oil corpora- region was the well in the Hull field
M Tton No. 1. the Root, Hupp j belonging to the Gulf Production
'" s I'oteet No. 4. and the Caldwell company. This test, the No. ! Phoe-
;.r.Vs Simer Xo. 1. If these j nJIlm1f In with a daily production
. ' a a I, o 2504 barrels of oil.
- can tha? r.umeroun other wells In thU same district the Texas Gulf
- i strict mil n-.eet with the company placed Its AO. s "orris Phil
e Mnfis I lips on the pump. The well is making
- - StateYo.l corporation's No. 1 j J50 barrels of oil dally The Repub
is drilline at 3410 feet, the'110 Production company's 22 Dolbear
t No 4 is p.illinc out side cas- "'as.,comp'e"2 Saturday with a pro-
i feet, and the Simer No. 1 1 ,d,uc,tion t 300 barrels. It later set-
i-ht.w.ng of oil at the top of "'' down to 150 barrels.
nlaik l me m which it is drilling Harris county, near the Cross
i fi-i.th of 347" feet ' Tlmbers. the Kelly Oil and Gas com-
' tt.nir th Pnteet No. 4. the I Pany's No. 2. Drobish. is pulling the
. ... rn "il companv-s No 1 I strainer. The hole is 2100 feet, at
K is drilling at :ioo feet. East which depth only water and gas had
hi. the o-an Oil company is oeen encoumereo. xne well is to be
wn to 3350 fctt in its test on the
. e property.
Koot. Hupp & Puffa No. 1 well.
ih. n-est half of tie Perkins tract.
; ""w at a depth of 3300 feet
E. F. Simms and company's No. 2
Peterson is drilling at 23U0 feet This
test is northwest of Dayton.
The Sun company's test on the Cade
r-ai Southern oil company Is ' property on High Island is drilling
;r around lost tools in Its test vvv amis wen is in uaives-
r . . . . . . i J . I. 1 inn rnlintv Tn thlo snmn -mint.' t n
r.a.uiue.a.f n i ull ttL a. urirni - j ' ......... .j - QUrUlg 1
n feet. an Leon Oil company s townstte test J situated
of tese tests are located in i n maitiug consiueraDie sas at 4iav
Trowed territory- and for that feet.
- . ,1 men are n:atchinr their 1 No. 2 Zeiss A Plckell, of House.
, t-t with rreat interest. and associates, encountered an appar
ently good sand at 1Z63 leet. out
EAGLE OIL COMPANY AWARDS: lutltmVL
CONTRACT TO BUILD DERRICK lock at 1390 feet. This test is sit
) uaiea sou to 01 Liayion in .La Deny
t Ten miles southeast of Bay City,
i Hamill and associates are drilling at
( 1600 feet I nthelr test on the Haw
kins ranch, in Matagorda county. In
this same district the Allen Texa".
Oil company is drilling at 3800 test
in Its No. 1 Stewart and at 1700 feet
in Us- No. 1 Baer.
The Texas company .No. 6 iyers
T G Daw son. president and
'7 rranaarer of the Eagle Oil
has announced that the der
! :iber has 'een bought and
i to that concern's drilling site
I wood station on the El Paso
i r western railroad, 36 miles
( of El Pasr m the Hueco
Tie also said the contract had
ft foi- build'ng lire derrick.
EXPECT TO SPED IX.
a! of the Twin Gusher Oil
an El Paso concern, an-
-it its first well will spud in
acre holding in the north-Bi-Kburnett
field in Wichita
T- as. within the next two or
OVER A YEAR
Munson gains eighteen
pounds taking Tanlac
is well and strong again.
'I Y r. e -rained eighteen pounds
e I commenced tafr-ng Tanlac, and
ur fUt better in my life than I do
w ' P'id Alek Munson, who, before
health failed, was a valued em
't of tne Foundation Ship Building
. aid lives at 1134 Michigan Ave-:
Portland. Ore. the other day.
Well Shows Production of
100 Barrels An Hour
and Is Shut Down.
Desdemona, Texas. Aug. 21. The
Texas PacifieCoal and Oil company
has completed its No. 2 Norwood. The
pay sand was encountered In the test
at a depth of 338 feet and drilling
then continued about 30 feet. The
well came in flowing at the rate of
100 barrels or on nouriy ana opera
tions were. susDended. The No. 1
Norwood came in about five months
ago. and is now producing 4uu Bar
rels daily. The maximum production
of the new well has not yet been as
certained and oil men await with in
terest final production of the No 3.
The Norwood No. 3 is drilling at S950
feet and is cheduled for the next
large producer of the district. The
No. 13 is drilling at 1350 feet.
The No. S G. N. Price well in this
vicinity is making heavy production,
which has not yet been estimated,
at the denth of 3745 feet. This is the
third completion on the track. The
No. 3 and 4 are also good producers.
The Texas Pacific Coal and Oil com
pany's Conner Ne. 2 was the second
completion made by this company
during the week Just passed. It is
situated in te southeast corner of
th 7 , 1 .m. tract
No. 10 Butler was completed last
week with a production of 2506 bar
rels. The No. 13 Is drilling at 3180
feet, and Is expected in soon. Other
wells on this tract are attracting the
attention of oil operators of the state.
The Sinclair Gulf Oil company's test
on the S P. McGlothln tract opens up
a new territory to oil prospectors.
Th's well is making a production of
200 barrels of oil daily from the
black lime at 340 feet and Is expect
ed to Increase its production before
It is comoleted. The well is located
three miles southeast or Hanger.
The nearest well to the new test Is
that of the Texas Pacific Oil and Gas
company, on the 'W. C. Gholson tract.
thnwi IndlMttinnn nf heeomtnsp n lsrre 1.1-1- il ' , .. -1 . . v....;.
- - i w 11 1 1. 11 ia iiiiiuucmti uul tcu naimw.
gasser Drillers are jow setting the on the Berry tract, south of this,
six Inch casing at 3112 feet This test j the Texas Pacific company abandoned
is located at Markham. In the same a test a dry hole at a depth of 34SC
field an attempt is being made by ! fe(lt
the Clem Oil company to cut off salt j The Jack Phillips of the Prairie Oil
water in its No. 14 Myers. 1 and Gas company was pronounced dry
ine i.K.tLB cviuiwuj a ' . " at 4225 leet.
the spindleton field. Is drilling at
200 ft and th ulf Production com-
III Hi 111 III 1 1 I iJ iff The strainer which has been stuck
IB Im 111 IfU 1 I IT ft tn the No. 2 Haulier Hare of the
El lalBI If B llm Schumacher Oil company, has been
U IBw I Villa nulled off bottom and the company
will sink another test. A test being
fioselv watched in the Sheldon vicin
ity is that of J. S Dangherty and
friends, on the Han tier exploration
property. This test is drilling at 1S00
Four eood wells were completed In
the Goose Creek district during last
week, all belonging to E. t. simms &
Co. The completions were No. 3
Sweet, nnmoinsc 150 barrels of oil at
2600 feet: No. 4 Seven and a Half
Acre, making 100 barrels on the pump
at a depth of 2090 feet; No. 15 Schill
ing, making 100 barrels on the pump
at a depth of 2300 feet, and the No.
27 Smith, making 500 barrels from a
depth of 2SO0 feet
Among the wells now nearing com
pletion in tne Goose Creek district
are- The Gulf Production company's
No. 1" Stateland. testing at 25 feet;
the Gulf Production comDanr's No. 2
When I began taking Tanlac." he i Rosenthal, placed on air: Humble Oil
nued, "I hadn't been able to hit and Refimntr company s No. 6. Beau-
k of work fo- over a ear, an I mont. tested salt water at Z3Zi. unit
ing neeper. ana tne rexas company s
No 15 Tsenhour. testing on the Jack.
About 23,335 barrels -of "oil -were pro
dared daily in the Goose Creek field
during the past week. The following
are the largest producers In the field:
E F. Simms and company's 2500 bar
rels; Gnlf Coast Oil corporation. 1SW
rels: Gulf roast Oil and Reining com
pany. 1500 barrels: the Humble Oil
and Refining company. 10.000 barrels,
and the Gulf Production company,
The Empire Gas and Fuel company
abandoned Its test on the Nancy Ful
ler property at a depth of 2700 feet.
almn., ,mpoible f or jnj to get a I sTme liHnHytf.? sS compWs
d breath I a No suffered tm, Xo. !34 McShane encoutneredsalt
water at 2000 feet and Is now drilling
The West Production company's No.
1 Lescher at Blue Ridge Is setting the
six inch casing at 2450 feet.
The Sour Lake field has a ten bar
rel pumper In the Gulf and Humble
companv's No. 33 HaigSin. In this
sam territory the No. 4 Hardin of
the Yount le Oil company Is prepar
ing to pump.
The Sinclair Gulf company has com
pleted the best well to be brought n
in the Damon Mound district for
many months. This Is Its No. 1 Mas
terson trustee, which Is making 200
barrels daily on the pump at a depth
of 12S0 feet.
East of this tract the Mid-Kansas
Oil and Gas company's O. E. Meador
Is a gas well.
The Sinclair Gulf Oil company has
made a public statement to the effect
that this oil is of high gravity, grad
ing 38 degrees.
Contractor Finishes His
Work; Boiler and Pumps
Are Being Set.
R. W. Rollins and force of rig
builders, of Taft, Calif who ba
been erecting the standard rig for the
Hueco Basin Oil Co., completed their
work and returned to El Paso Wed
The other workmen now at the
well site are engaged in putting in
the foundation for the boiler, which
is on- the ground; for the oil and
water tanks, also on the ground, and
for the pumps at the Helm and White
wells which are to furnish water for
H. G. Moss, the driller, is expected
back from Taft, Calif., next week,
and drilling will begin by the first of
September, according to present in
Mr. Rollins was en route to Ranger
wnen ne was induced by Air. Moss to
stOD here and erect the Hueco Basin
company's derrick. He is so pleased
with indications in the basin for oil
that he says he would like to stay
here, it he can get a few more der
ricks to erect, until the first Hueco
well Is finished, as he believes it will
bring in oil and he wants to be "in
on the ground floor" in erecting rigs.
JUPITER strongly dominates this day
for good, according to astrology,
j The Sun, Saturn and Uranus are
J slightly adverse.
much business and commerclitl activ
ity. This may bring not only large
profit in certain quarters, but may
cause international disputes, the seers
It Is urged by all the readers of the
stars that the best possible uae shall
made of all national resources. The
conservation of wealth is enjoined.
Bankers will come into politics, it is
prophesied, and one will attain a very
This is not a lucky day for those
who seek work of any sort, especial
ly where they must depend on the
favor of men grown old in financial
or commercial power.
Saturn and Uranus continue In an
aspect exceedingly menacing to the
public morals and a period of cor
rupting and defiling influences Is j
d '-een suffering1 terribly from
e ( n a h trouble for about four years.
3 kerned to me that I bad made
erry possible effort to overcome this
t, -uIe, but ray condition gradually
E-i w w orse, and about a year ago I
r-ahed the point where I had to give
u, irv work altogether. Everything I
re 'liaKreed with me. and for two
- thre hours after meals I would be
! ated up with gas, and would
e the worst crampin? pains in the
i - of mv stomach a man ever had.
T-en, tMis ras would often get up in
n rrr f hest and make my heart pal
?:e something awful, and It would
at ion and often had splitting
"ida' he-5 I was ey nervous ail tne
t ' e and never pot a good night's
t -t-p These troubles just continued
t iuU me down until I sot so weak
; "f' run down that when I went to
h tv legs would just give right
i i under me.
Tv money I had spent for medi
r - ard treatments might just as
1 brte been thrown in the Colum
1 . K er so far as the good I got
- it but I thoue-ht I would keep
t-. i"r and that is why I gave Tan-
i :r al when it came along. Well,
- -.f ire I had finished my first
f r nf Tanlac. I could see that I had
- j k :t right at last, and I was right,
- f-r Tanlac certainly did just what
- -- said it would do. and I am now a
t. 1. s-rong man aeain My stomach
ies have all disappeared, and i
nor bothered with pas forming.
-a 1 aon't have those awful cramp-c-
spells any more T have such a
! i e appetite that I can hardly get
. i juph to eat, and everything I eat
. -t-f with me a'l right I have re-t-
! r d all my lost weight and
s-r-ncth. and am now getting ready
. pn a-k to work. Now, that is
T "lac has 'lone for me, and I
-a ' " i" Min; a whole lot for
" ierful medicine"
sold in El Paso by Kelly
tne leading drug-
RICH HOG CREEK OIL FIELD
POURS OUT MILLIONS
The Hop Creek oil field in north
Contanche county and south Eastland
county. Texas, has made such marvel
ous progress in the way of develop
ment that the value of the crude oil
produced daily is riven at about $:00,
000 a.day or JS.000,000 a month. It is
in the heart of the field without rail
road facilities but into which the Hi
mon & Kell railroad is to be built
Jakehamdn. a new town on the route
of the proposed road. Is two miles
south of old "Hogtown." the Inland
village which was a camp of 10.000
I eer city, town j people in "no time" as a result of oil
Week of Aug. 24
Matinee Son. Wed. Sat. 3 P. M.
- Shows Mchtly. 7.30 and 9t00.
Frlees 16r 25c 35c
Box Seats SOc
No Reserved eata
PIu War Tax
TIIE L 4 TEST METHOD.
THE B::ST CLEANERS.
Rep-lred All Makes
I D W-PPATHER CO- "1
G5 3Iea Ave. 305
Oil Seeps Into Water
Well 21 Feel Deep, On
Town Lot In Elmo, Tex.
Elmo, Texas. Aug. 21. On the rear
end of the town lot belonging to W.
G. Cleveland, oil has been found at
a depth of SI feet. This well has
been covered up for some time, but
when fresh water was needed for his
radiators Cleveland found, on opening
it. that a coating of oil lay on the
water. Believing that on had been
poured Into the well, the water was
all pumped out. but by the next morn
ing the well was again filled with
water covered with ihe oil.
The question is now. Where does
this oil or gasoline come from?
Oil men say that It Is coming from
a shallow sand somewhere near the
Elmo oil field.
Cots are selling at exorbitant prices
as a result of this discovery and
much activity Is being planned for
KEYS FIELD DEVELOPS
FOUR NEW PRODUCERS
Lawton. Ok la-, Aug. 21. Operations
In the Keys field continue active
During the past week four comple
tions were made and many other
wells reached the top of the pay sand.
The pipe line runs show a daily pro
duction of 8806 barrels.
The following completions were
McMann Oil and Gas company. No.
0, G. F. Prlddy. In the center of sec
tion 3 -2s-10 w, making 16 barrels In
the 2200 foot sand.
J. Parker No. 5. In section 25-1 s-
lOw. making 200 barrels of oil In the
sand encountered at zxoo reet.
McMann Oil and Gas coraDanvs test
in section 4-2s-l0w, producing 250
Keys No. 21. on the Lindsay farm.
In section 31-ls-10w, is standing with
the oil in the hole. This well broke
loose during the week, but is now
producing 75 barrels of olL
UNION COUNTY. N. M MAY
PROVE TO BE OIL DISTRICT!
Demoines. Union county. N. M has
something of an oil excitement in a
showing at 90 feet. In drilling for
water on the ranch of J. B. Eastwood,
John Thomas, a well driller struck
what is reported to be "considerable
oil. There Is talk of putting down a
deep test on the strength of this
Demoines is a new town at an ele
vation of 6600 feet on the Colorado
and Southern railroad, the present
terminus of the Santa Fe branch now
C03IPANY PLANS TO DRILL
IN TL'LAKOSA BASIN
The Tularosa Basin-Mound Springs
Oil company, capitalization J 1,000.000,
has Incorporated at Santa Fe, N. M.
The organizers of the company are O.
V. Bamrverger. t. is. neiiy, A. u.
Wingfield, E. Hanson and S. Groom,
all of Carrizozo: and B. S. Burns. R. E.
Blaney and Seth F. Crews, of Oscura,
N. M. It is understood that the com
pany is planning to explore for oil in
the Tularosa basin somewhere near
Piano, Texas. Aug. 21. J. S. and J.
C. Everett, of Dallas, have purchased
a block of acreage near the Zink wells
in Iowa Park field for the considera
tion of $42,000 from the Piano Petro
leum' company of Piano.
GETS 1100 B Alt It ELS.
Beaumont. Texas. Aug. 21 The
Phoenix No. 2 at Hull is producing
1100 barrels of oil daily. This well
Is the property of the Gulf Pipe com
pany and has been completed a week.
Going To Court Too
Slow: Wanted Price
For Beating A Man
Say," said a voice over the tele
nhone to police captain Simpson
htmImuhIsv nieht about midnignt
-.-. r T Hn ID a fellow who won't
pay his room rent and who disturbs
mv other roomers by fighting with
"Yrtit ran HWAir out a warrant and
hM him arrested." said the captain.
Can't I serve notice on him that
ha mn at 1mv anil make, him leave"
asked the man at the other end of
"So, said tne captain, you 11 nc
to serve the notice through the con
vtnhlfi anil lustice of the peace."
"Well, what would it cost me to
knock the stuffmc- out of him and
throw him out asked the man at the
other end. "If I can do it for about
J25. It will be cheaper, quicker and
more -satisfactorily generally."
Capt. Simpson old him they had no
regular prices for knocking the stuf
fing crt of men and throwing them
out and that he could make no prom
ises as to the cost.
"Well." said the fellow. "I suppose
rn hive to wait until tomorrow and
tro to bourt, but" and he seemed to
have an inspiration "there s a helluv
ayotta red tape about things some
Lucky Mexican Finds
Two Gallons Of Booze;
Police Cant Find Any
Maximino Gonsales. 19 years old.
was arersted late Wednesday night
at Copia and Luna strets, and is being
held for investigation oy xeaerai au
thorities. Officers allege he had a
two-gallon jug of gram alcohol in
bis possession and his clothes were
wet as if he had Just waded the river.
Gonzales said he had "found" the al
cohol and the wet underwear as he
was walking along the river.
"Some of these Mexicans are the
luckiest people in the world." said
night police captain Simpson. "Here
this fellow walks along a street and
finds two eallons of alcohol and 1
could hunt all night for a drink and
not find It.
TEXAS FILL BE ADVERTISED
AT CONVENTION OF AD CLUBS
The state of Texas will be adver
tised In a novel way at the meeting
of the Associated Advertising clubs
in New Orleans this winter. A large
relief map, made of mica, will be dis
played on one of the principal streets
of New Orleans and at night it will
be illuminated. El Paso is given
prominence on the map. the surface of
which is colored to indicate various
EL NAVAJO OIL COSIPANT HAS
SECURED 1000 ACRE LEASE
Cleburne, Texas. Aug. 21. The EI
Navajo Oil company of TVInslow.
Ariz., has secured a lease on 1900
acres of land Just east of here and i
are waiting for the arrival of geolo- """ 1
gist Blodgett. of Los Angeles. CaL. to f A I ' fY Ch
pass on the land. I A lllie KJ tieer
xne company is planning on arunus
deep tests on this lease. The test
will co to 4000 feet unless favorable
formation is encountered as a lesser
The foreshadowing of changed
standards of life in America brings
with It the prophesy that the stage
and screen will become more and
more powerful for good influences as
the pulpit of the people.
The elimination of dramas that are
risque and the substitution of roman
tic or poetic and roma-itc plays aw
presaged by the stard and have been
The king of Italy comes under a
sway that is exceedingly threatening
Uranus persistently gives warning
of explosions and loss of life. A hign
official may be assavtlratei before
the frost comes. ,
Deaths from poison seem to be fore
cast and the number of suicides will
increase greatly :n the autumn.
Persons whose blrthdate it Is should
be unusually careful and discreet in
their personal relations during the
coming year. They should kee their
business affairs well in hand.
Children born on this day will prob
ably be generous and kind, but rest
less and unsettled. These subjects of
Leo are on the cusp and usually bfcv.s
Virgo talents. Copyrigat. 113, by the
McClure Newspaper Syndicate.
IN SCHOOLS IN TEXAS
Austin. Tex-. Aug. 11. Total scho
lastic population of Texas for 1919 is
1.245.S78. against 1.215.920 for 1918-19.
or i Increase for this scholastic year
of 29.358. according to figures an
nounced by the state department of
education. This increase is s'ightly
below the estimates heretofore made
and is also less than the Increase in
the previous years.
rOUCn MAKE TWO AimESTS
IX COXECTIOX WITH TllEFT
Maria Soto reported to the police
that her home at Ninth and St. Vrain
streets was burglarized Wednesday
afternoon and some clothing taken.
J. BustiUos was arrested by the police
who allege that some of the stolen
property was found In his possession.
To Get Cool.
' Plunge in our pool till Oct 1st.
Juniors. SI. 00: Intermediates. 51.50
j Seniors. 12.00. El Paso's Y. M. C. A.
'Svlmminz PooL Adv.
Why so Many People Drink
Made by the manufac
turers of TUIAXGLE
Sold by the case and at
all good fountains.
Parfay's instant popularity is largely
due to the fact that it is one mighty
From the first sip to the last drop
Parfay tastes good.
People drink it eagerly, regularly
because it's GOOD.
Order a Case Today.
TRI-STATE BEVERAGE CO.
El Paso, Texas.
Each Day O' The Year!
t Ily tU- 1J111U1V UA.tuS.
TUHXI.VG TUB TABLES.
X waste your time on wishing
Were someone else, when It Is plain.
In snlte of everything you do
That kind of wishlngs wholly rain?
Just buckle down heart, soul and
And mold that Self you're an
Till It's so splendid that you find
Those others wishing they were
(Copyright. 1919, by the McClure
Your Federal Taxes
IX making claims for refund on
V Income taxes overpaid la it neces
sary to attach receipts shovrlag how
much inx wni naldf
A. Yes, receipts must be attached
Q. My Income was approximately
K-&O0 lant year but I paid mortgage
on my home amounting to 72S00. I
vra told I should hare made a report:
mat tne amount paid on tne mort
gage was not allowed as a deduction
In figuring net Income. Is this correct f
A. In any case the payment of the
principal of any debt contracted tn
previous years is not allowed as a de
duction and In your particular case
the payment of mortgage would not
be allowed as a deduction under any
Q. Does the sell of oil stock for one
company exclusively subject you to a
J. A Carvel, income and excess
profits tax expert, room 17. chamber
of (ommprcf. will answer any question
tent to The Herald. ,
IT IIAFPBXCD IS EI PASO.
The young stenographer thought
she was doing mighty well with the
letters of the boss. He had given her
several that covered more than a
page, solid spacing.
After be had read them, she asked:
"How were the letters?"
"Oh," he replied, "some of them
were almost like I dictated them.
STOLT1X WATCn RECOVERED.
A watch valued at $160 and a fob
valued at $56, which were stolen from
M. E. Forster several days ago was
recovered by the Juarez police, who
turned the watch over to El Paso city
detectives to return to the owner.
BOYS HELD OX GAMBLING CHARGE
Antonio Reyes and Luis Ram be are
being held by the police on charges
of gaming. A pair of dice and 30
cents In change are being held as evi
dence. The boys were arrested at
Third and Florence streets.
TO GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Paso del Norte lodge. No. 30 of the
Spanish-American alliance, will cele
brate the ISth anniversary of its
founding with a literary and musical J
entertainment In the custom house at
Juarez. August J3 at 8:30 p. m. The
program will be as follows:
Overture, "Light Cavalry.'
Address, Jose Santiago Vasquex,
Solo, vocal, Kiss Angela Zuniga.
Reading. Miss Aurora Christina Va
rela, accompanied on the zither by
Report of secretary, Enrique Cas
tanarea. One act play, "Charity, Heriberto
Chaves Javier, Luis Urara and Raul
"Cavalleria Rustlcana. piano and
violin. Miss Aurora Crist ina Varela
and Prof. Abel M. Rodriguez.
Address, "The Cry of the Earth,"
Chorus. Terpsichorean club.
The following will constitute the ;
committees in charge of the entertain
Reception: Ulises Irigoyen. Moises
C. Palm a, Roberto H. Maese, Dr. Ig
nacio Barrios. Medardo G. Cuellar,
Margarlto H err era. Francisco de P.
Silva, Alberto E. Delgado, Adolfo Gon
zalez. Entertainment: Raymundo S. Garcia.
Jose M. Cuaron, Manuel Mejia Borja.
Tfmoteo G. Cuellar. Gonzalo Gonzalez,
Virgilio R. Vara, Francisco Javier An
geles, Jesus F. Ramos, Jesus H. Cuaron.
JEloor: Jose L. Torres, Francisco X. t
Gonzalez, Everardo M. Frias, Enrique,
Castanares. Francisco J Pad ilia, Ra-;
mon Tellez R.. Jose Velarde. Daniel
Romero. Daniel Minjares perea. J
Arrangements: Jesus M. Frias, MI- f
: puel S. Rascon, Enrique G. Briseno 1
-"The Store That Sells For Less."-
The Globe's Annual
and mothers will be glad to know that prices for chil
dren's school apparel will be materially reduced for one
week beginning Monday.
Plans were laid for this great event months ago con
tracts were placed for the best school apparel obtainable
and now these broad comprehensive stocks have been as
sembled Monday we'll be ready to completely outfit the children
and at considerable savings.
FOG ALL CSFT3.
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sf "NELSON'S xcill make yoaproxid of ycxxr hair" JTf
j is ntade soft, glossy end easy to manage by using 5f j j LSQ5 fill
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Nelson's takes the curl cut of stub
born, unruly hair, and is fme for the
scalp and roots of the hair. Nelson's is
the original and genuine Hair Dressing.
That is -ahy it is sold and recommended
by druggists and has been used by particu
lar people everywhere for over 20 years.
Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc.
in whick Nelson 's Hur Drcoxntf
conn. It ts an ttwcli beff-est
end mctmJ bax.mdcsxiinapKsi-
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3nttf store and be ur (
get tk gcnuiSM hJeison'
There's as -much differ
ence between them and
ordinary corn flakes as
there is between silk
You discern this whenyoii
discloses the perfect work
manship of expert cooks;
their taste brings you the
sealed up goodness of
Natures most royal flavor,
If you delight in good
things to eat order a
package of Toasties
from your grocer.
Postsm Cereal Company.