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EL PASO HERALD
Wetbesdav. Nov. 12, 1919.
Two Wells Drilling and
Others to be Started
The recently organized Portales
On and Gas company la planning to
commence drilling for oil within the
nt 3r days, according to news from
Portales, Roosevelt count. Xew Mex
iro. The location ia said to be 31
milfs west of that place.
The Mesa OU and Gas company was
down 450 feet in Its teat well, Ju
n.ilee northwest of Portaies at the
nd of last week. No water was en
countered and it was said that show
n5 of o:l tis been struck at 90 xeet
.iiid at 270 feet.
The Nu-Mex Oil and Gas company
drilling nine miles southeast of Por
tales was down over 550 feet at the
ame date. Three strata of water
i'aa been struck, one of them salt
It is said mat the Great Western
'"Ml and Ftpfininij company has made
ranercmenig with anottier concern
lo ?o on with its well 33 miles south-1-
-st of Porrales near Kenna. The
ir.ai Western suspended drilling at
feet several week ajn.
CALIFORNIA OIL MEN VISIT
VARIOUS TEXAS OIL FELDS
7v D Jackson, mining engineer and
cioist of San Francisco. Calif
El Paso Tuesday afternoon for
To.au. Texas, and other various
-as oil fields with J. W. Atkin
son. Ben LillenthaL and H. J. Hart of
van Francisco and J. F. and Guy I.
'loodwin of Santa Maria, Calif. Mr.
ikinson and J r. Goodwin are lead
'ng members of the Pinai Dome Oil
ompany, which met with success In
i re Facta Maria. Cal.. oil fields. AI!
re capitalists and leading business
cm Mr .Ta-k3on has been spending
-i Tood pa-t of several months inves
i gat-nc: Tularosa bai-n oil poesibi'i
1 in Ovro county, X. M . an 1 also
i s'erai sections in TeiA ard even
ti the coastal regions He has ac
' uitd oM riht; in th Tularosa
J' --.n and in southern Texas.
j Good Showings
Geologists Believe Hopi
! Sand Has Been Cut in
Holbrook. Aril.. Nov. 12. Though
exploration for oil has been continued
in this vicinity tor mora than a year,
there never has been a time of such
expectancy as now known. The Hop!
irell of the ,WIod River company hu
'cut at 1100 feet a sand stratum that
carries 17 percent oil, but la to drill
a few honored feet further before
shooting;, in expectation of cutting
another sand stratum.
Geologists believe that the same
Honi v. ell sand has been cut at only
feet in the Black canyon well,
several miles further east. In the
Adamana well hu been cut shale
from which a large " percentage of
oil has been distilled. The Holbrook
well, from which much is expected,
is down about 9ve feet and is deepen
in? arthe rate of 30 feet a day.
There is active demand for land
leases on the plain anywhere near
the wells. It is claimed that the well
capitalized companies deliberately
have delayed production in order to
secure more frround at low figures.
That there will be production soon
the average Holbrook man Is sure.
Near Showlow on the Apache rail
road, about 50 miles from Holbrook,
lies a coal district from which much
is expected. A number of claims were
located by Prescott men in this sec
tion at least ten years ago, some of
the ground later patented. TIM lately
the rest of the coal has been with
held from entry. The field is about
six miles wide by 2 miles long. In
manv canvons there has been natural
cutting of a bed of semi-bituminous
coal 2o feet in thickness, while at an
average depth of 80 feet is a second
measure of coal of superior quality.
The field could be tapped readily by
a branch of the new railroad.
In the same localftv there has been
late dist'overv of beds of asbestos o
excellent (Trade, with fiber three and
one half inches In length.
W. W, COX WELL
Plenty of Material on Hand
i to Keep Drill Going in
Stockholders In the W. W. Cox Oil
company returning Iron the Tula
rosa Basis confirm the report that
the W. W. Cox well was successfully
spudded in Sunday. They report that
there is plenty of material on band
to go ahead with the well. The well
Is in the western part of the basin.
Mobilizing Its Agents In Alsace-Lorraine
Germany Seeks To Give World Impression
Provinces Still Are Strongly Pro-German
EW OIL WELL LOCATED.
"t is renorted that the T-xii Top
o-i .-ompany hs made a location for
?r oil -well .-, section 11. block Z.
1.av cntrai Railway company land
nn' that a dMlin:r r.g is en route from
f'.ilifT'-ia T-is lo-aLion is on White
-'1 Sake- f ranch.
-r-zz numLer of Japanese obtain
I re 'hoed bv catchinp fireflies.
"i c-c insect rf sed as ornaments
: sciM fest.vitie Somet-mes they
- kt pt ca-red sometime? released
t ..'nis in the presence of the
Gear Yoir Ska
POSTMASTER RECEIVES MANY
REQUESTS TO BUY OIL STOCK
Postmaster Howard of Wichita
Talis. Texas, is looked noon by cred
ulous Americans as a public agent to
make oil stock investments.
In the last three months he has
haa 10 return about $20,009 which
had been sent him from all parts of
the country for investment In oil
stocks or leases. Recently a Boston.
Mass.. man wired Howard X6M with
the request that It be invested by
the postmaster in oil. That official
returns all puch sums with thanks
for the confidence shown in him but
with the simple statement that be is
not aomg dusi ness on the side.
i DERRICK RBPORTKD GOING
: IP OS CORDHR R.V3VCH
- A derrick in said tn h. mlnr n An
j the Corder ranch. SO miles west of
"Went Broke" Played
Hunch, Struck Oil
B. T. Wemple "went broke" trying
to eke out an existence on eight in
hospitable acres of De 8ota parish
land in Louisiana, The receiver of
his worldly possessions tried to sell
everything including the "piece of
dirt called a farm." He explained to
Wemple the situation and advised the
latter to raise lie and buy it in at
the "form" of sale that had to be
gone through with to clean up the
"Thanks for the compliment," mur
mured Wemple as the receiver turned
away, "but I couldn't buy mud In
Louisiana if It was raining." That
perverse "stlcktoitiveness" that is
In many men must have been in
Wemple He found some one who
let him have the $10 and he again
became the owner in fee of those
eight hungry acres In De Sota parish.
As the curtain goes, curtain to repre
sent the passing of five years: the
curtain rises on the great oil field
In De Soto parish. Wemple is musing
again about, that receiver, who to
get rid of a thankless lob advised the
purchase of those eight acres. ' I
wonder if he had a hunch," mused
Wemple, "when he gave me that ad
vice. Now I am a protege of the lrf
come tax collector."
WASHINGTON'. D. C Nov. It The
announcement from Strasbourg of
the discovery of a widespread Ger
man propaganda designed to raise
again the question of Alsace-Lorraine
should surprise no one in the least
familiar with the German attitude
toward the question of the territories
restored to France, as well as to Po
l?nri. by the recent treaty of Ver
sailles. What the German is now up to Is
plain. It is impossible even for him
to raise at once the issue of a res
toration of AIsate-Tirraine to Ger
many. The thing must be done by in
direction and by the use of the pre
cise principles invoked against him
at Pari a No one would listen to a
German suggesting direct retrocession
of Alsace-Lorraine to Germany, what
ne nopes is tnat Dy constant agitation
BT FHAXK H. SIMuNDS.
treaty of Insurance more than all else,
because If the United States agrees
to stand with Prance and Britain
against any German attack upon
France in the future, designed to up
set the settlement of Versailles, then
the German can have no hope of re
gaining Alsace-Lorraine He knows
there is opposition to the treaty in
America and he is deliberately en
deavoring to furnish the sort of ma
terial he believes will be useful to
the opponents of the treaty In the
United States senate and in the
mericin nopuHtion. But one may
hope that at this late date the Ameri
can public in and eat of the senate
1 become too varolii- with the
German methods to be fooled again,
ss we have been fooled so often In
the past. Copyright. 1)1!. McClure
Note Of Warmth In Paris
Feminine And Male Attire
Paris France. Nov. 12. The word
has gone forth in the matter of
autumn fashions for men. Gray
marenjro and a cloth the color of
toast will be in favor. Navy blue, for
the present, aas had Its day. Bottle
green clothes will be worn by bo vs.
As to cut. the jacket will be a lit
tle arched In the back, and the
tmtuMi will maintain the crease-
he can keep alive the notion that the until the coming of breeches, which
mass of the people of the Rhine fron-. certain daring spirits desire to in
t'er prov - j. r rent rT-"o'T by : troduce.
France, desire a separate existence. For women the. winter nmnlses
Dit van. p.h.r,r v.w I to be more furry than evr. Fur hats.
In other words, the German Is try-1 band Jor running round :he uhirls.
ing to ring the changes on the doe- n edging of for en undergarments,
trine of self determination and en- coats with fur collars and ruffj r.t
deavorinc to Dersuade the allies -ol ?&0 apiece these are wne of the
; France, and particularly of America. i fur features In the Pari? shops Jutt
mat wnai must De naa is a pieois- "-
cite. Not that the German now wants' - ,
a plebiscite, net a few prominennt 7fil RnrblPSS Mnflr
Germans conceded last November. WeW DUOieSi IY1VUC
when the return of Alsace-Lorraine! 11 T7li,T, T J;
Inr IVnph .rtf.nnr.' .h. h. ...I.'. iS-J -. ""
I i. ik. .r....T.. now can it be done tn comrort?
I wnen tne return or Alsace-Lorraine;
j was ordered by the armistice, that
I the plebiscite would show overwhelm- j
the world and keep the whole issue
The vast and unsolved problem of
the new backless mode in dresses.
Sheffield. Pecos county. Texas. This
! location is given as belnar on section
El. block I. Corpus Christ!, San Diego
, and Rio Grande Narrow Gage Rall
' way company land.
FOREIGN INTERESTS PLAN
NEW RAILROAD TO TAMPIC0
According to the Mexican Review.
Mexico City. S8.000.000 1 said to have
Buuacnveu oy roreign interests
toward the construction of a railroad
to connect the Tampico. Mexico, oil
of Matamoros. That paper further
states a request to Import the neces-
" ' I OWM A IUKQ iroe
up tor cousinerauon be
fore the Carranxa government. No
subsidy Is asked, it is said.
OIL SPRING IS LOCATRD
O-V IIACIKVD1 SV A.VTO.YIO
Excelsior, of Mexico City, in its is
sue of November 6 said that an item
to the effect that the secretary of
industnr, commerce and labor in the
Carranxa cabinet had received the in
formation that an ofl spring had been
found on the hacienda San An- 'r
"situated in the limits of the ; M
of Duranuo and Zacatecas." The
port was that it was a "little gusher."
Two engineers had been commis
sioned, the newspaper said, to exam
ine and reDort upon the oil spring
I mentioned, and the oil possibilities in
RUSH THAT ORDER FOR
WHAT'S the USE of WAITING until the
VERY LAST MOMENT before ordering
your share of a stock as good as TEXAS PE
TROLEUM? TEXAS PETROLEUM is "SITTING PRET
TY" right in the MIDST of the LIVEST
ACREAGE in the GREAT HOMER FIELDS,
and it owns 20 ACRES at THAT. A nice lot of
wells can be drilled on 20 ACRES and the first
TWO will be on their way in a HURRY.
So if YOU HURRY you'll be IN on TEXAS
PETROLEUM. It has all the EARMARKS
of being one of the T0PN0TCHERS.
Maybe the STOCK WILL LAST until the 18ft, the announced
CLOSING DATE, but I don't think so. Better WIRE that OR
DER RIGHT NOW at $1 PAR.
J. R. MOFFETT
320 Mills Bldg.
alive lor i imure time. .irfl . "Primula - ctn writes
More than all else, his propaganda mZr t.i. wi hnv tn keeit
Jt''im 1 c, I??",- nm though unclothed, or how to
the German recognizes how little the display seductive ankXea that mxtmt
mass of Americana know about the lwIhi4df3f jQ crinkly Russian boot.
nucr 'cn of -ce-T orra and how .
much downright and malicious crftl-j .-How to display one's baek to Ita
cism of France is belns circulated best advantage when sitting in a box
in the Lnited btates a the present yet kep an eye on the stage at the
hour l'- recalled Iibe.a'i journals and . mA time
Z'nt t 21tnn!!onFi?' - , , A Swiss milkmaid with a musical
The truth of the situation is fairly Tolcc ob tains better wages than one
Plain. At the moment wrhen the Ger-'wno not 6iot the cow that is
mans annexed the Rhine districts in soothed wlth a pieasin? melody dur
1871 there was a population of l,0o,- kinp. win it is t.a vv'd one
000 absolutely unanimous in their de- ore nMiT
sire to remain French. Following the flftn more mU-
annexation nearly 250,000 inhabitants,
actually emigrated to f ranee and this
lmlgration continued for many years.
So intensely did some of the residents
of Metz feel, that they even exhumed
the bodies of det eased members of .
their fm''v- th"t th"0"" miht be re- !
interred in French soil. j
In the place of this considerable
emigration there was a rapid influx
of Germans, encouraged by their gov
ernment, which treated the new
Relchsland as a colony of exploita
tion and gave to the German Immi
grants all the positions in the gov
ernment service. theie included the.
I railway administration, the local po-;
nee. posioirice. scnoojg anc sometrung
like an actual army of functionaries
was thus planted in the new German :
GersMBs Beeasse DeratitaMt. '
After almost half a century of Ger- '
man occupation, therefore, the situa
tion was this The populations haa
risen to nearly 1.900,000, but the na
tive population had not made good
the looses of the emlsartlon and num
bered little more t i 1.50A0O0 by its 1
side lived 300.000 l rrma immigrants, j
tS balance were slfenn f'-OT, Ittv. j
Belgium and Luxemburg, mainly, who
were drawn thither by the industrial ,
development. These 300,000 Germans
were concentrated in the larger town
they had dominated the situation
and the return of the French was to
them a terrible calamity. I
To take an illustration of this In
filtration z h-"1 'n c"0 aDnrxl
mately 50.000 inhabitants, among
whom thpre was scarcely a single
German, for the city, in Us modern
history and Roman tradition, was as
rut .-.ly French as nrieis n' rs. 1
mii sn. .ciilui j l si l v I i kS uiabivv
had only increased" by some IQ.ftQO, j
but the French element had declined i
from 50,000 to 20,000, a- the result 1 &!) EdltOT KCC0nVrn!-5
Boston Traffic Cops
Boston, Mass., Not. 13 Boston traf
fic officers r re to be "an lit up" here
after. The first motor corps of the
state guard, which Is handling traf
fic on Boston streets until a new po
lice force is formed, have originated
the "lighted cop" idea, to direct the
streams of motor vehicles, dnring the
waning light of the evening rush
hour. The head dresa consists of a
light framework of copper wires with
a band fitting " a hat and a sma'l in
candescent red bn" at the apex,
lighted by electric current from a
battery carried in the or '-.et. In ad
dition the tj rftc officer wears a
white shoulder harness, making it
possible to see the f-ecer several
blocks away. The illuminating devise
was originate by Lieut. James A.
: torse o th motor corps.
Oeorge Peafcody. founder of Pea
bodys institute, was offered the title
of baron by Queen Victoria, but de
aSKMIlUin mi vreve a aerer
A WAX-TIME ILL THAT'S SPHEADWO
HOST'S SALTS CUBES IT!
BRTJD in the war treaebaa of Enrcpe, a wareef or
nary ITCH is spreading over the country. This "a
disease, history shows, has always prevailed, foUowint
wars and the concentration of armies. It was comauj
dunni the Civil War and following that conflict. Then
re u epidemic of the Itch ifter the Spniih-Amerlcai
War. Now history is repeatug itaelf after the fnal
ar2eturrwdT5diers and those with wbom they cess fes
will find a recognized remeuy icr in iica is
Salve, commonly known as "Hant's Itch Cure
XT-'. B.lr. Mmm.mv
Ilanv a veteran of the ate lf' wmjgijiy .'SJr1
il directions are followed HTOTTS SALVB ml
zai'inc cure zor ai mm biwiwi, aau
your draggsB wui can yon wt. .a., zSZ.
nnder trirt gaarantae to refand the pstcuus pnee to
any dfasstisned wr. . . - ,
A Mi-dford, OUanoata Bran, among thowiads wh
nraise HUNTS 8ALVB, ssys: ,
pie dlsnke to call It the Itch, but canoor "? me "to
v your Hunt's Salve, however, cured me after nawy other
had totally failed. One box completed tne, euro rawr
VSZaZ, iATtM fdtf Mv advlea U those wno nave 10 sorauai, a n
use aunt's naive.
mtnn Salve is
of Itch. Bcssms,
on our ruarastee
tout local dmggu:
Is eseeettBr essmounded for tae treatment
andeSEr ItchSgiidlaeases and Js soli
trSM renahle drug stsres. or It wm be sent ulreci oy m n ;
asset suppty. Price w per ecx.
i B. RICHARDS METHCTWE rMPAVT. JSC. VKH3tXS. TBSA
SM hxdtj hj At Iatenuliocal Drag Co."
Ss4d tecaBy by tke IataaatioMi D rag Ca.
HERALD WANT ADS FOR RESULTS
. ! i
the ismedute pnrehase f
J. S. CCRT1SS Jt CO.
BMest and Idirgest Brekerase
Firm In ia Paso.
Tovr beak vrHt recommend ns.
Tit era can be no bewrttfaL
Iwalthy, Toy-chked, steady
smTed women without Iron,
"When the tron -e from the
btood of voocd, the rotes s;e
from their ehseks thir
rhaxm aad a4 tract I Tenets de
part. I If-ays insist tkzt my
paticfils take or ionic iron Xth
ated Iron a?t tsetaBic irsa
vskh often eerrodei the stomach
and dees more harm taan good).
Nuxsted Iron is easily atsissi
hded, dees set blacken nor Injure
the tfeth trw uptet the stoaach.
It wui incrr-.is the Kressu and
CTsdorasce o weak. serreu3, irri
table, careworn, haggard wosea
is two weeks time in many cases.
I have cted it in ray own practice
with cicst farprismr results.
Ferdinand Km. M.D weB
known New York Physician and
medical antbor. C SarUfart
ifcarartced or money refunded
5i.c at all food draffbu.)
of the emigration. On the contrary.
In all the countryside which was also
purely French, the peasants had ;
stayed by their farms and the French j
element was still ovewhelminc. j
Sense Grmaai Expelled.
With the return of tne Freneh last
December, a certain number of the
most conspirious German agents were
expelled, but the French pursued to-j
ward the less prominent that tolerant.
easy itoinr method, which is chnrac
teri?' of Fre-"- r:''e eve her.
TafclBic advuntanre or thin, the
GcrniM are norv rndeaTriajc to
zneMlise thefr mtalnlnjc aKents
In Alaare-IorralBe to fcire the
world the tapreNifAn that there
la a atroatff pr-German Bympatfay
la tne two proTln-. There Is htrc
It Is entirely limited te some IS
percent., rrhleh represeote the
eelealatJt sent late the reatquered
provfnee hy the Germana, after
1&71. for the express porpeae of
Gerannlrtajr the terrltorr.
By contrast more than SO percent
of the population, the real native
population. Is thoroughly French In
its sympathy. In the world war it
snp'led P-on fITh pev-i sore
of g-enerals and more than 50,000 vol
Tmtm. who fled from Alsace-Lor
raine dur'-ig the war and at the risk;
of their own lives and those or tneir
families, enlisted in French armies.
More than this, other trouands. who
oould not escape, were used by the
rrrran on T"i p"-,- fro""ar e
cause it was unsafe to put them be
fore the French.
The Germans annexed the two pro
vinces in 1871 without an- plebiscites;
and aralnst the unanimous protest 01
the first delegat'on of legislators
elected to the German retenstag. as
well as of fhe last delegation, which
representedrthe three departments af
fected in the French chamber They
now demand a plebiscite merely be
cause they know the French will not
grant it. not out of fear as to the
result: there can be no doubt as to
that, but merely because such a course
would suggest that the Germans pos
sess some legal claim in the premises;
with the French it Is a point of honor
pore and simple.
Sleetlon Real Plehlielte.
In the forthcoming general election
In France 28 members of the French
chamber will be elected In the dis
tricts until recently under German
rule. This, as the French point out.
will constitute a real plebiscite. Forty
eight years ago, when Germany an
nesed the territory, the first delega
tion which went to Berlin unanimous
ly protested against the annexation;
the tet now w'M be the srrce
of the delegation which goes to Paris,
under circumstances which. If not
aim'lar. hav o-tethtnT 'n Tmon
with those of half a century oerore.
Pro-German sentiment in Alsace
Lorraine Is exclusively limited to the
German colonists, sent to rule anu
admlnster conquered lands as the Ro
mans sent old soldiers to colonize
their later conquests. These colonists
are concentrated in cities, nearly 40.-
OOu in Metz snd upwards of .'0.090 in
Str Fboure. T' n t il rec 1 1 1 v t -" con-
troled all the machinery alike or
adrolnistratlon. of communications
and of industry. Unless they can re-'
store German rule they are ruined
for they can have no standing In;
the territories they recently teror
lied and administered with charac-1
eristic German brutality, therefore,
they quiet naturally respond to every
I suggestion coming from Germany, to
tot ucaio vfrman i n i eresra.
Would iBBpress Ajneiies.
Beyond a.i else, the German Is en-,
deavormtr to inures' America; he
f. ar e Anlo-Frer.'-h-American ',
lb . writes: -I want to tell you tnat 11
have Hrlag in thj district (or the
put SI years and there ia no mm that is
better known than I am. ltellyouthis
because I want roa to know that lamco
strsajer to the people. Abemttwentv
days sso 1 m down on my back with the
worst case of rheumatism and I besau to
was cn my ices
Birminshsm end Kcsley were astonished
to see me get well Mtroiek and wanted U
S-D80P3" ard every osn who has the
raeaoatisra knows of your taeaielnesnd
say they wBI use ft. lam teOiee every
one of the virtue cf your remedy and I
assure it wiUlntresKthessteetseme.
Seen evidence ss this should be rumd
t to prove to any person the vUae ot
S-Droas" U sold by the ladiBgauc
efaS ireVery pert ol the Utttai Stales
A Sample bottla wDl
be mailed nee.it
vtriti write to
Swacson Comjaoy, rewarte,o.
the BIG SHOW IS
THE next SMITH-POSTSSPIELD-BEST
proposition is going to put ALL their P AST
PERFORMANCES clear into the SHADE.
I don't yet know the DETAILS. But I DO
KNOW that it will be SOLD OUT more FURI
OUSLY than ANYTHING- that EVER HIT
And the pretty part of it is that the SMITH -PORTERFIELD-BEST
people COULD SELL
it OUT in the EAST in NO TIMS, but they're GOING to GIVE
the FIRST SHOT to the FOLKS who helped them make such
HUGE SUCCESSES of OCEAN and RANGES CJSMTKAi. ana
So I SUGGEST that you DON'T WAIT for DETAILS you
KNOW you can TRUST these MEN they're PROVEN MEN.
SEND ME YOUR SUBSCRIPTION RIGHT NOW at $1.00 PAR
with DESTRUCTIONS to PUT IT ON RECORD the FIRST POS
SIBLE MOMENT after the BOOKS of the NEW COMPANY are
That's the way to KEEP AHEAD of the RUSH, and there WILL
BE A RUSH SUCH AS YOU NEVER SAW BEFORE.
I'LL GIVE YOU "SERVICE."
J. R. MOFFETT
320 Mills Bldg.
LICENSED BROKER Phone 2684.
Member El Paso Stock Exchange.
Depositories: First National Bank and El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
Seems a large return on a safe investment. Yet Mr. R. .
Ionian, a well known public accountant of Wichita Falls.
Texas, states "That he found while examining the boob
of several refineries in Wichita Falls net earnings in excess
of 600 per annum."
Read This Estimate And Be' Convinced
Esfeate. Presto f Refinetr Wrik Capacity of 3,800 Batrek f Crude 01 Per Day
Of 24 Kwt.
360 barrels trade sal aveseat
prlee of Barkwanwtt craste.
I.TSt eoHeetm wad usssssns
tlen l)c, SIJG ner barrel
Salaries and aH efHee expense . .
Fuel and ttahfs
Bxtraa and laeidemlala
Use Antiseptic liquid Zemo
There is ess remedy thstseUoa
fails to step itching tortare aad relieve
skin irritation aad that makes th skin
soft clear and healthy
Any druggist can scpply sou with
Zemo. vhicn generally cvereaaesakm
draftvys Eczema, itch, pcsplesi rashes,
bforVftr-arfc, in most casea give my
to Zemo. Frequent?- miss MrrnMre
disappear oversight. ItcMsg csuaBy
stops instantly. Zemo is a safe, anti
septic liquid, arm, easy to use aad
dependable. It costs only 35c; an extra
large bottle, SUCO. It mil not state, k
cot greas 01 sticky and is porfSwiy
safefot tender, sensitive skise.
TtccW ioeeUfcOtvetjaia y
suwItM, 43 salsSBS
per tjariei. at tTVie S7.717.3C
at ksimes aeswltsi 42
hsi per kanet. srt Wt-- ssrs
8S barrens fces !. 42 saUasa
per barreS, at Stte I5.9
7s barvebs tlsel eat. 43 saDoaa ser
barrel at Ut TOO .00
Dmtty Expcase SJi.uo
NET PROFITS DAILY SS.Tle.00
WE USE ONLY ONE NAME
the om v tvrtd wtth.
111 North Orrftm Street 1 aa offlco
bvlldinc with other brokers In It be
tide oarselrem. To will find In
the two front offlet. No. 1 and S. Cac
taT on Oregon fltreet. We employ so
men to ooUclt In front of our offices.
Yon can coin tn and we win glee yon
any tnformattoa we can. bat yon will
cot b asked to bwjr.
SoB&west InvuiaeBi CcspaBy
J. R. LANS, Mgr.
Licensed B-oVer. Member SI Paso
N. Oregon SU El Paso. Texas.
Iht 'Aive Zruty Profits WtuH Mcm $12SM QaUiMr m Ecii $100J lcrested
WE ADVISE YOU
TO INVEST TODAY IN
Burk-Tex Refining & Pipeline Co.
AeAariM! Coital $4S0,M.M
NoB-aiitmHe shares now at $1.60 Far.
Bnrkbaraett tetay aevBallv needs ssere (baa IM restaertes f 1SOO barret caeaefrv
esea to lake eare . tbe ever IsjerestsJas: prodaeesaci ef ssuna .it. Tblak of tbe eppsrfalty.
Tne refteery of tbe Bark-Tea Hefralajr ana Pipe Line Ce. will be In eperatten easier e
remarkable, able said evatpeteat ir-rl bv tbe first part ef Jaaaarv, ISO, rlaibt tn
the beart et be Btfrkburett ivessder fleliL Ail tbe ssaterCal imsurj for tbe trail" tag
and canatioetfesi of tbe ptasit la am the aieand tedar. and se 7n maj expect vear first
Hvldend eheek. la Slsueb. 1SB.
This sfeek la sellltw; ft at 1.0 par. as matter ef raet ma feat tbat tbe ebasiee te
buy It at par Is rapidly dwhsdUas away. Within a very start time the price will be
advanced to SLSa.
Send your reservation wblle we are la a position to book it at par.
. G. BUCHOZ & CO.
ICTHORIZETD StLES RESTS
Sheldon Hotel, El Pose, Texas.