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EL PASO HERALD
In Texas Field
Comparative Table Shows
Production in North
The oil production of north central
Texas fields last week showed a daily
average production of 234.000 bar
re's, practically the same as the week
i :ous Deademona and Stephens
county fields showed gains of
ibout 5000 barrels each The north
ern or Wichita Falls district was
credited with about SS.100 barrels
and the southern or Ranger territory
with 144.808 barrels as daily average
fcr the week.
The comparative prodaeton of the
pnncpal districts for last week and
the week before follow:
Last week. Week before
i-iectra 9.700 9.BO0
Uurkboraett 7.i00 79,750
Stephens county 42.S0H "7.500
Raneer C1,6Sfl 67,400
Dedemona . . 37,60 32,700
E: Paso Herald Magazine Ageney.-Adv
nrliw A Co. buy Liberty Bonds
"SYBUP OF FIGS"
Look at tongue! Remove
poisons from stomach,
liver and bowels.
Vceft "California" Syrup f Figs
o: Sock for the name California on
the package, then you are sure yonr
(hild is having the best and xnoet
1 1 arm less laxative or physic for the
itt!e stomach, liver and bowel. Chil
dren love Its delicious fruity taste.
Tull directions for child's dose on
each bottle. Give it without fear.
Mother! You mist say "California."
will bring quick
with every tube
Tim. Inme o.. x. r.
There's No Picture like the
Picture of Health
The greatest niaster-piece in the
Art Gallery of Life u Nature's
'Tictore of Health".
It Is a msiJo-a (Torttaysl of the 1
MOT at tcb Met. une nenou. m its ca
Ciena a true symbol cf araaarjjrtia. It i
riage. deer Bkjp. arkHrxg mym,wtraac Hmim.
nemaf nerves end snn mwaemxmtTtj wat
inr 10 anmitiot keen, alert, fresh, and
epinttid; with an air of unbounded eoafidence
aad a aee radiant in coAer and iltmninated
with ajoff at hope aad i ! i fnlimi
The Grat General Tonic
eftemciora u rtxbttjlder of -xhaiutad wrve and
LVKO, ttf mt geoermi tome
hvnd renve the spim of UMt who mrr irru,
miiiiiiiht nath.- IT 1 1 Is li I aati I lllallllllll
It's a "slhbic itppetiter. aBTxoAd jd tortiayrsstioriafKl 6ne
tanettOBMi ngalKtoT at the Irrtr, ladBeys aad bo els
AD drotapsti .-r I YKO s bottle TO-DAY cad ycoTJ eam-
to sock TrtoTT l.s ic iciurr oi ncaim.
Test Well Now
Down 100 Feet
In Pecos County
Drillers Continue Active in
.the San Angelo
ban Angelo, Tex. Nov. 10. The test
being sunk on the Harm brothers
ranch, 36 miles south of Girvin. by the
Circle foil company is now drilling
around a depth of 1100 feet.
A straight hole is being maintained
in the C E. Menzie well, in Pecos
county, 27 miles southeast of Girvin.
The well is at a jlepth of S3SS feet and
is shut down for fuel.
On the Corder ranch, the Texas
Bethlehem Oil" syndicate is pre
paring to spud in its test at an early
date. This company's location is 20
miles west of Sheffield.
The test to be sunk pn the ranch in
Pecos county of W. W. Turney by
Benedura and Trees will be started at
an early date.
The Texas Top Oil company has
Khinned tools from California for its
well to be drilled on the ranch of
White and Baker, in the east part or
The RelUy-Texas Acreage company
is fishing for two strings of tools lost
in the well being drilled on the Hub
C Noslke ranch, one mile from Shef
field. ROCKWELL COMPANY BRINGS
IN TEST IN BEGGS FIELD
Tulsa. Okla. Nov. 10. A IS barrel
well has been brought in on the E.
Grayson allotment' at a depth of 17JS
feet. It is the Rockwell OH com
pany's Mat and is in the Deggs dis
In the Varna district a T5 barrel well
has been completed by the Producers'
101 feet. It is the company's thlrtrf
well oa the Thompson land.
In Err county oil men are watch
ing the Carter Oil company's well on.J
the othmer land, nortnwesi oi ronca
City. The well has a good showing
of oil at a depth of 3740 feet and Is
one of the deepest wells in that part
of the state.
CAUSING OIL MEN CONCERN
Wichita Falls, Texas. Mot. 18. The
Kemp-Munger-Allen well near Iowa
Park, is the center of Interest. The
oil flow has stopped after making
five or six flows. While the hole is
I full of oil there la not sufficient gas
gressure to make It tiow. The well
is swabbing about 1000 barrels a day.
Although test has not been zaade
as the drill ia only eight inches in
the pay sand and win not go deeper
for several days.
Because of the uncertainty of this
well, other operations underway or
begun in the near future in this vicin
ity will be watched with interest by
all oil concerns.
WELL IS SPUDDED IN THREE
MILES FROM EDGE WOOD
Edgewood. Tex, Nov. 10. The Van
Zandt Oil and Gas aasooatlous first
well has been spudded in on the com
pany's holdings three miles north of
Edgewood. At 13 feet the drill en
countered a seven foot vein of lignite.
The -operators are rsskrow plans to
sink a shaft to obtain foe! for Its
own use from this vein.
This company, composed of local
men. hold under lease aonroximstely
20.0M acres of land in this part oft
van anoi county.
The contract for the first well Is
held by the Lambert-Barnes Drilling
company of Dallas.
NEW MEXICO POSTMASTER
ORGANIZES 04L COMPANY
Postmaster SI. Q. Hardin, of Lords
burs'. . M- has organized the Hardin
Oil and Gas company with a capitali
zation of S12S,rOO to take over oil
and gas rights, which he has held for
some time on z.ouu acres or land in
Socorro. Dona Ana and Sierra coun
ties in that state. The officers and
board of trustees consist of the fol
lowing citizens of New Mexico: M.
Q. Hardin, president: H. S. Chamber
lain, vice president; C B. Hanson,
secretary: W p. Dunn, treasurer;
George E. Slight, field manager, T.
G. Fulgim and R. S. Spann.
ACTIVITY IS HCXNKLS.
Bellinger. Texas. Nov. 10. Many
operators have entered the Runnels
county field daring the past few
eeks and activities are making
rapid progress throughout the entire
Nelson's Xo. 1 Hightower, drilling
at a depth of 2800 feet
f-acy and associates. No. 1 Rus
eelj. drilling at a depth of 1050 feet.
Lewis et al.. Ho. 1 Seals, at a depth
of 18S5 feet.
The. Runnels County Oil company's
Xi : Ft! user drilling at 1500 feet.
Tbc Sinclair Gulf Oil company's
No 1 McKay, drilling at 1160 feet.
Coold Itaoielwee takes ytnteteisodelT
flajoate joo. etady yoenelf in the mirror cf
tae fa i at I aad eMskparerrrarioaks. year feti
faea aad year w-miliiiiw wftb tbe ffefieral
iieaiiii.iiifcWn, d tin. pietttre of tae tamin
body te perfect wortinr order. aD pezta of
yeiftaHiiDg their ttaeiiaia freely, rixtarally.
If yea fail faa any ainsle point of reaem
Maace. you are not the picture of health.
If imperative, then, that yoc look to a
nieaoa to retraOd year ti'enffth, eaerzy and
Tafor to briae; year body op to a aonaal
tate of efBdeocs ia all of iu parts.
It tends to rr-K-ar
II sTITI f II II f
T.VKO U mSi la eririoa
ar ' prm -se.
In State Taxes
Between 2000 and 2500
The Texas state eentroler'e of
fice hss preliminary figures which
show that the state has received an
income of 1500,000 from the oil pro
duction tax of Its percent for the
quarter ending Oct. 31. The figures
are not gives as absolutely accurate
The number of oil companies oper
ating in Texas is said to be 20 to
2500 of which it was claimed there
were about ISO delinquent in paying
this production tax ts the state. The
delinquents were among the small
concerns. They are subject to a 1
percent penalty on the amount of the
tax and If tax and penalty are then
not paid they are subject to forfeiture
or ue ngnt to oo ouaroeea. in xexaa.
Following fat the Vmine of the oil
produced during the past quarter and
the taxes paid by several oi tne lemu
l.r nil mmnulM of Texas: Gulf Pro
duction company, Houston, value of
OIL S4.tsl.KS. taxes paid S74.S7C; Mag
nolia Petroleum company, Dallas.
value of on. J4.03t.170. taxes pain,
see 5(1- Prairie Oil and Oas comaany,
Independence, Kan, value, 331.419.aH.
tax, 42l.tti Texas Pacific Coal and
ou company, xnuroer, -roue, -S3,
tax. JSS.10S; Texas Company.
Houston, value, 35.457J47. tax. HUM;
Humble oil and- RefmtaK company.
Houston, value, 33.e3J.s7v. tax. 34S.M7.
SHOWING' OF OIL FOUND
IN MEDINA COUNTY FIELD
Hondo. Texas, Mot. IS. Aetivitleeln
the Medina eennty. HeM-Asrlng the
past ten days shew a asarked Improve
ment. This la largely doe to good
weather condirJeas. which have made
It possible to transport matirlsU to
the sites. ,
A showing of oil has been found m
tt. vimH.11 Vr, 1 of the Kimball Oil
and Development company at a depth
of 1170 feet m
The Lagrange Xo. 3 of the Wltber
spoon Oil company is pumping 10 Bar
rels of oil dairy at a depth of 1ST2
feet. WELL ON THE HAETLY LEASE
MAKES 1060 BARRELS A DAY
Breckenridga, Tex- Hot. 10. A loot
barrel well has beam brought la rear
mile south at fceeBneridae, Stephens
county, on the Haetly lease by Brown
4b Co. This concern aspects to bring
fat another wall oa this property at an
early date. The company is'composed
of Dallas business men.
, DRHJ.IX& IK WISE CeOJiTT.
Chicd, Texas. Not. 10 While noth
ing startling has developed ia Wise
county, operations are steadily pro
gressing. The entire territory in the
vicinity of Chlco has been gone over
by well Known geotogjais ana re-
checked by others. These men say
that promising structures He In this :
COM PANT LKTS COSTRACT. f
According to reports from Alamo-1
gordo. Otero county, N. St, the Twin
Buttes Oil and Gas company has again ,
secured working capital and has lev
a coartaot for a derrtck nraparatory
to drilling in the Tuiarosa nasin, ia
DUTCH CONSIDER EX-KAISER !
IS BEYOND EXTRADITION
The Hague, Xethermnd, Nor. 1.
(By the Associated 7reM)FornMr
emperor WUlhun oatae to Holland a
year ago today. Since that time tkare
has been no demand for his extradi
tion or delivery up to the allies, nor
has Holland at all changed its view
point toward him. .The Associated
Press learned this fromsoarcas that
are unquestionable. HetlaBd'e view
point as regards WBHam Hohenao!
lern may be stated aa -CpUows:
The Ntherhta4s, which tor cen
turies has accorded political refuse
to all. considers the isrmer emperor
and crown prince as refugees not as
royalty, but as persons entitled to
the same rights as the plain, Johann
Schmidt, who fled to HoUaad daring
r)M wr. This virincinle ts ao strongly
held by the government and press of
Holland, that uothmc is likely to
change It it Is aseerted.
The Dutch government has reached
a determination as to Its conduct In
the event the surrender of William
Hobenxollern la asked for. No of
ficial statement has been made in this
connection, but the tjaanflatail- Press
learns that Holland considers the
former emperor beyond extradition,
aa there Is no possible way legally
to hold him as a criminal. If they
desire to Insist on the privilege, both
"he Hohenzollerns would be free to
go where they liked, as they are In
.no sense prisoners. However, because
thev feel that thrv would embarrass
. Holland even further, they apparently
nave agreed to remain wnere tney
now are the father at Aareroogeo
and his son at WIerlngen.
Bulbs Hyeclnrnt, Tultpa. Nareissuz.
KI Pae Seed Co. Those MS. Adr.
By ODNK BOTTS,
LVTAM SIMS is letting so grass grew
i I under hit feet these day, as it is
not to very long uatii Christmas, aai
the gift-suyinj season is about to
catch him with three well-developed
hm affairs on his hands.
Jefferson PoUocks visited friends in
the Caif Ribs neighborhood last Sun
day. He was ready to get up and
start home as soon as he ate a big
dinner, but he had te sit around and
talk for as hour or two to keep them
from thinking he didn't want to stay.
Sidney Hecks says love covers a
rsultitude ot h't' and errors
Big Crowd Sees
Drilling Commences in the
Northwestern Part of
Basin Near El Paso.
W. H. Loretx, president of the
Southwestern Tuiaroea Hasan Oil com
pany in a telegram to George H.
Pound and company, of XI Paso, an
nounced that the company's .No. 1
deep test well about about II allies
westward from Tula rose In Otero
county. New Mexico, was successfully
spudded in. late Saturday afternoon.
The telegram said that a large crowd
.waa on hand to, witness the com
mencement or arming in max aorta-
em part of tne Tuiarosa Basin.
El Paso Has Chance
To See First Flag To
Cross Germany's Lines
El Pasoana will have an oppor
rnnitv this week to see the first
American flag to cross the German
lines when tne united states eaterea
the war. This flag is on exhibition
at the Fine Arts shop oa Mills street.
The object of exhibiting the flag at
this time Is to stimulate ntereet In
the Red Cross.
This famous flag which has been
used with,, such excellent results ia
Liberty bond campaigns was taken
across the German lines by an EI
Paso man. Capt. Frederick Llbby, 301
West Rio Grande street. Cant. Llbby
has been back in El Paso about a
year recovering from Injuries re
ceived while flying on the western
front. The flag was taken through
the German Uses in Capt. tabby's air-
The November Issue of Tlytos'
an aviation magazine carries an ex
tensive story of Llbbya exploits la
HARRY J. LEON SAYS HE
WAS ROBBED BY BANDITS
Chi ca goo, EX. Not. 10. Harry J.
Leon, former cashier of the Tellow
Cab company, charged with abscond
ing with 321,(00, wae returned Sun
day from El Paso. Texas, where he
was arrested, and detectives said be
had confessed. Leon fled to Mexico,
where he said he was robbed by
The Young Lady
Acivss The Way
TiuJ yousc ''T "erase the way says
A we mtutzt expect perfectioa in
aaysody and the best ball player on
earth can't hit inte a fast draUe play
Is Not Dangerous
ft Is, However, Very Painful zsi if
nt Praseriy aad Praaeiry Treated
the TrraUe W Retara aad
EveataaHy Crinale Yea.
Chronic Rheumatism affects, the
hips, shoulders, knees and other large
Joints. Sometimes It is confined to
Just one Joint. Again it may travel
from one part to another part of the
The' attacks cease and for weeke
there is no re-appearance of the trou
ble tiie patient is seemingly well.
The psins return, however, and un
less the proper treatment is used, the
sufferer becomes a rheumatic cripple.
If you are now nursing a rheu
matic knee, shoulder or some other
Joint, or have suffered in the past
from the trouble, yon should do some
thing at once to prevent future at
tacks. There is no treatment better suited
for the relief of Chronic Bheumatiam
than Plough's Prescription C-2333.
This treatment contains some of the
most valuable medicinal ingredients
known to the medical profession; in
fact. It was for years, used by a suc
Plough's Prescription C-I1S3 is
supplied in concentrated liquid form
I to be taken In small doses. It acts
air ecu y on uss oiooa eliminating au
the Impurities that are causing the
aches and pains.
As it Is very important that the
'liver be active an,d the bowels open.
' 2233 Liver Pills sre recommended for
use In connection with the liquid pre
So great is tee faith of the manu
facturers in Plough's Prescription C-
; 2233 that they will refund the price
paid for two 31.S0 bottles, if satts-
factory relief is not secured by the
Your druggist should be able to
supply you with Plough's Prescrip
tion C-2223 at 31.50 a bottle; 2223
Liver Pills at 26c; or the 2233 Lab
oratory, Memphis, Teun., will send
both prepaid on receipt of 31.71.
Write for sample of pills and leaflet.
-jr it i
TO THE MEN AND. WOMEN OF EL PASO
An old man
Whom you alt kaovr
Whose famSy wealth
Had been invested
In real estate
Said to tne a few years
Before his death
"I'm a very -old raan
And through ray eatwe Jrfe
I're noticed oae thiag.
FamSes woo have aB
Their iavestmests in seetsTnies
Frequently go broke
And never recover.
While famSjes whose fflvctmeoU
Have been ia Real Estate
Are never down aad out.
The reason k obvious. 1
When things go wrong
FaraSies who have securities
Sell them to get the cash.
Thinking to buy them back
On (he return of good dees.
But tip money gets away
AndWyhea. good tsaes coae
They .haven't the mosey
To get'the securities bad:.
The families whose money
Is ia Real Estate
When hard times coae
And they need mosey.
Can't seH their Real Estate
At its real value
And they are obliged
To keep it.
Ve TOWNE GOSSIP
JL Beruterad O. S. Psteat OfMe.
.By K- C
DEAK CASEY- B.-r-Snppose a bees shoals' order hts female hero to platter
their faces with white enamel with aa extra daab on the end of the note,
tahasg their hair over their ears, ts pat oa wobbly stats far the heek of their
shoes and to walk en their tees, to wear a sttastjaefctt hi place of a skirt and
furs in Summer time and hare arms ta Wiater. Maw I isfc yns, sansestsg this,
would the female help strike? It strikes see they would. Hew does K strike
Is the world's bread field of strikes is fife all "reeT? Is ft ia earnest or
anly i Bttkhevild dream?
Kfediy elucidate ts yonr readers ia year good caiaaas and they wiH rite
sp aad give thanks tmto K. C B. I thank you, C E. B.
3tT DBAR C B. B.
X retort; a teUew.
WHO MAKIUHD one at xaeav
AM ITJS aalBt any Idea.
WHAT SUB really looked like.
TTXTIL TUB next Doming.
AND TTB up and told her.
THAT" SOW be had her.
HE WAS going to keep her.
BET shew have to he honest.
jam DROP her -disguise.
AM) LET her ears out.
AND QUIT walking -on stilts.
XSD FirtOADELV her skirts.
AND KBHP her face dean.
AND SUE cried.
BET 11 H was a cave man.
AMI VERY rough.
FROM HIDING on street cars.
AT BUST hours.
AND HE had his way.
AND AT irst.
m m m
SHE WAS very pale.
.VXD HER ears peeled.
AND SHU got cramps in her legs.
FROM WALKING on her heels.
SIIK WAS sr-wreck.
AND IT was hard.
FOR TUB man to keep her.
BCT IIB did.
AND AFTER a While.
SHR GOT a Httle color.
IX JIKR pale cheeks.
AND IIBR. ears quit peeling
AND BECAME pink.
AND STIR could walk. .
WITHOUT BLOCKING the traffic.
AXD( RVCaT jaoralnc.
SHE TOOK a cold hath.
AND TV a Httle while.
SITE CUANOIID it again.
AND WROTE it "Mamie "
INSTEAD of Tenyme."
AND ITER mother was glad.
AND iter fither was glad.
AND IIBH husband loved her.
AMD tiirn" one day.
THE stork came along.
WITH A little baby.
AND SHR kept it so clean.
ANT SMP-LI.IXG SO Sweet.
THAT EVERYBODY loved it.
SO YOU see, C. E. B.
THAT TT Isn't hopeless.
AND THAT I1 we need.
IS A hunch of cave men.
Avn i haven't answered your ques
tion. rJECH'SE I nevr conld 'Ml.
So they ettaosnize
Ad get aleag as best they can.
And when good tunes retail
They st alone
Have all thek Real EsUte
But k is often dooUed
And bipled m vahie."
You El Paso mm and women
Know this to be troe.
How Beany of the families
Of ptMMBejtt firms
In El Paso Wines life
Of tweary.five year ago
Are stiS k exist erne
And have Eaosey?
But the families
With wealth m Real Estate
Have a lateer :
And are vraWner
Than ever to-dav.
NOW YOU MEN
WW busies k "Specularioti" (?)
Garf a few aachon to windward.
Buy a few kU
Austk or Richraoud Terrace
When other timrg go wrong.
Besides these lots
Are low k price
And a big rite is sure to come
As it did ,.
After oor Crvn War.
Moreover yoa are rnnkted to
Deduct from yottr kcoae report
Taxes aad Briefest on raatlgage.
WHAT A arpnma's.cstng to do.
I THANK yoaV
Precedent Set When
Coolidge On Victory
Washina-toa. D. c Nov. It Wasa-
ington Is talking much about the ex
change of telegrams between nresi-
aent v uson asm govecaur vsonsta
President Wilson tetectapiwd Got
Coolidan aa follows:
"1 coaKratatata yon upon your elee-
iKm as a victory ror saw ana nrai
When that ia the issue aB America
Tnis prooaory was taau nrst u;
any was PS un uw
hat a priisldst had coa
i candidate of the opposite
rty on his ewctioa to of-
in history taat
gratulated a ca
Administration o tricars snared ue
iresident's view. They said goremor
tondae's sweeptttR victory should go
far to encaurasca officials ffsneraliy
over the country who are combating
radical propaganda, disorder aad gen
eral social unrest.
Replying to the telegram of con
gratulation governor Coolidge sent
the following telegram to president
"I deeolv aooreclate your telegram
of congratulation. I trust the elec
tion here will aid in upnomins we
l.w, nt America In particular and
strengthen the hnd of righteous au- I
thority everywhere." .
VERY WEAKLY FOR
SEVERAL YEARS i
North CareKaa Lady Describes the
SyatateBS Frera. Which She
Ssffered aad Whkh
She Says CardaL
Trap Hill, X. C. Mrs. Kudora Hol-
brook. recently made this statement: i
1 was very weakly for three on four j
years with womanly troubles. T was '
much worse at special times. Every
month I would have to lie In bed fori
three or four days.
My chief suffering was in my back.
I could not ten how badly it ached.
but It seamed as It it could not pos-;
aibly ache worse. Whenever I would
get tired, or if I was much oa my
feet. It Would ache. Cardut was all
the medicine I took. i
I saw, with the first bottle, that 1;
was being benefited, but I kept right i
on for five pottles regularly. By this;
time I was so I could do all my own
work, which for earns time I had not ,
been able to do. I
That ia the only time I ever took
it regularly, but I always have it on
band to use when I do not feel nell'
and It always helps me." j
With a successful record of over 40
years to its credit, Cardnl has proven
Its merit in the treatment of man)
of the simple sllments peculiar to wo
It ' St vo'jr drurglsts Av
An abtohste good bet -It
Benntifnl. ciianriina; and
Heaithful; sections of El Pato
UnsoTpassed m real esUle vaine.
These k no doubt
About the fact that
If yon boy lot. NOW
In either Austin Terrace
Or in Ra?iauMavi Terrace,
Fire Tears from now yon
Wodd not sell them for
A considerable anxat more
Than too paid for them.
So invest your mooey these,
James L. Marr & Coaspearjr
Will be glad to hare
One of their lakssnrn
Show you lots these arldstirini
Remember, many ajiectnetive
Stocks and secnTitics is which yon
May new be iialiin.ytmt aaoney
May not be wetth the jMper
They are wrktea ott totnonow.
We offer yotf an ogfxMlmBty
To become a hone wrniac
Citizen is El Paso's best section '
Investigate this pnjmkion at
JAMES L. MARR & COMPANY.
CBtttUbg. Pima 4350.
clears away pimples
No one knows the ntrrmTiation of
besagz'Van Bower' ' betterrhan the girl
with red. rough, pimprf cocaplexiori.
If ymtrskin is not fresh and smooth,
op has suffered Itx? an unwise use ot
eeeraetics, try Resinol Soap and Rest
aot Ointment far a week lad see it they
CANAWAHS HAY PAY EL PASO ,
A VISIT ON TOURISTS TRIP j
Three trainloads of Canadians,
about 1j00 In number, are expected
tq visit El Paso between now and the i
first of the year. Ellis Whitman, a
discharged Canadian soldier", who la,
staying at the Orndorff hotel said I
Monday that the trains had left Mon
treal for Vancouver and were pick
ing up tourists on the way. At Van
couver the trains will turn south,
coming down through California and
then east through EI Paso to Florida.
From Florida the tourists will re
turn to Canada. Mr Whitman ears he
believes many Canadian settlers could
be brought to El Paso. He is an
American, but served In the Canadian
army during; the war.
c c. Mcdonald here.
C C McDonald, former secretary
of stats for Texas. later a practicing
attorney of El Paso and now practic
ing in Wichita Falls. Texas, is in El
Paso to represent the defence In the
Robertson trial. Mr McDonald is one
of the owners of an oil propertv in
Stephens county on wh'ch the well Is
about to reach the sand.
BT esaaaTA ' ma swjonp
Amft tuKTin tn natre x blessed oSffer-
ence. They ahso help to nnke hints
and arms soft and white, and to keep
the hah Bre 1037 'raa
i . i.il Tlirnnn T" Yed beasr trr UMBtt
0H style raBpiate. SeoQeas.
lyook at these two plates aad use
your own reasoning. The roofless
has auctions oa both aides (2), soft
rubber next to sore sjunts. Desurned
to be put ia inusediately after ex
traction. K dee not touch the
bard bone in the roof of the mouth,
therefore, it settles with the jfums
and makes iu own bed. No fail
roof piste can compere with the fit
of this plate, as it settles into its
bcJ, tarater. more tongue room,
Dr. William has been making this
plate for ten years, and is thor
otifrhty familiar with its eosstrae
tioa. Made only by as in El Paso.
HOTS OUR LOWEST P8ICK3
Full Plates J10 up
Gold Crowns (best made) ii
Bridge work, per toatb Ss
Puling .-. fl ap
All classes of dentistry at propor
J. HOD WILLIAMS, M. D, D. B. S.
"Painless Willie -as. The People's
Cer. E) I-ase and San Aataalo Sts.
Over Amerleaa Sarleaal Bank.
Acre Street From Kjo trance Hotel
Fsae S44. Beers Kta to SAM.
Sunday to IS. Sat. Sveatass.
Money to Loan
ji Good improved prop
J 202 N. Oregon St.
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