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L PASO HERALD
I Bedtime Stories For The Little Ones I
UNCLE WIGGILTS RED MITTENS.
ttj HOWARD GARIS.
minute. Uncle Wiily! pulled the bunny gentleman in after i
nim. roe note was ux ouiitii w -the
fox get In. and he had to stay
"But Til stay out here until you
get tired of stay ins in there," said !
the fox, a he stretched out in front of ;
the hole wnere tne ounny ana squir- .
rel were holding. TU tay here and,witn tne grinning red month, out in
set you when you do cane out! t ront Qf the fox and loudly cried:
"Oh. if we omy aau sozneuuna- to uoo
Waltxa mtnuteT' called Nurse
ne Fuzzy Wuzzy, the musk rat lady
fu ne keeper, to the bunny rabbit
,ctieman one morning. He was just
-aMDs his hollow suunp bungalow
to look for an advent.
' Do you is ant to come with me,
J A.me?" asked the rabbit, as he blew
' cold, white breath up sideways
n his pink, twinkling nose, to see
,iow cold Jack Frost had made the
uh, no, I hawen't time to come
m b jon," answered Miss Fmszy
"U urz. "But here is a little some
Linns I just made for jon."
he gave Lode Vnggn? a beauti
- j 1 pair of red mittens, which she had
? o-.-n knitting the last few nlffhu.
w hen she was staying at home instead
c: going to the movteo.
On, thank jou. Nurse Jae! Thank
' ou -v ery much:" And Uncle Wlggily
i lew his musk rat lady housekeeper a
j, 155 from the tip end of his paw, he
v rb so much obliged.
1 thought you'd like them, she
.'-aid. "They will keep your paws
'vrm tfiese cold days
'Indeefi, they will!" cried the bun
n . as he tried on the red paw warm
. r. rm sure I don't know how to
;hank you. Nurse Jane.
Well, just bring me home some
,mr.l.rmint r9nrfv WtishTs VMI Mm
l egged the muskrat lady, for she '
jiked thai kind best or ail.
t'ncle Wiggily promised that he
uould, and then be hopped on over
ihe fields, looking for an adventure.
,t first he wore his new red mittens,
but afttr a while as the sun came out
tiui the day grew warmer. even
tnough there ai snow on the
-round, the bunny toofc orr the rea
: t'ttens and out them In his Docket.
' Xo use wearing them when it
n't cold." he said to himself. "They'll
irt so much tne longer tne less i
Well, Cncle Wiggily was hopping
. lunc, and he wjas beginning to tfhnk
, when, all of a sudden, something I
fi' out of a trjee over tne ounnys
id and landed right at ihs feet in
iht dried leaes.
' Oh. my goodaess, me sakes alive
. id a basket of soap bubbles! cried
trit l.jnny. "What's that?"
I hope I didn't scare you, spoke a
i altering voice, and up set Billie
r.uslr.tail, one of the squirrel
h rot hers.
"Well, yo did scare me Just a
httle," laughed the bunny rabbit.
Rut ril forgive you. as you didn't in
tond to do it. But did you hurt your
when ou fell from the tree.
I didn't fall I jumped," answered
' gquirrel boy. "I climbed up to
,-e- one of the last hickory nuts that
is hanging there. It didn't come
i ,wn when Jack Frost made the oth-
rs rail, bo I went after it- Thee I
savr you and I wanted to walk sJonj:
Mth jou. so I hopped la the soft
leaves That was quicker than run
j ins- down the tree"
' Yes, but joa must be careful."
ru the bunny. "Well, we'd better
nalk along. It must be almost ltroe
for the last bell to ring at the hol
low stump school, and I don't want
: cu to be late."
' I don't -w ant to be late, either,"
chattered Billie. "If Tm late the
jdy mouse teacher won't let me play
ith the bean bags you brought her,
so we could liave recess fan. No, to-ce-d'
I don't want to be later
S Uncle Wiggily and Billie hurried
on. and they were almost at the hol
low stump school, when, all of a sod
den, they hv the had eld fox on the
path right in front of them.
"Oh, ho. This time Tra caught
you." barked the fox,
Bill Billie saw a little eave, or hole
in the side of the hill, dose to where
he and Fncle Wiggily were standing,
?nd quickly he jumped In there and
To abort a cold
and prevent com
Qnr&t. ll. IsUruScosl Ttttm 2ntx IxtWiilj V. 8. hut OSa.
DErVft. MS. KABVBBLS,
WHECe S4AUL WE GO TO2 OUg HCNgyMOOM ?
J. co "K wtagabix was and me"
has been reached by local residents. . who will oot bear their part of the
who ao notified a couple of auto responsibilities of American cltlxen-
lOSJla Of RllMMl.n. th.t nm. h.r. Ship.
from Gleadale in the Salt River valley
seeking cheaper lands. It is told
that these Russians refused to do anv
sort of war aerrlce laat rear and nrp -
ferred to so to jail rather than even
register as aliens at the time or tne
MOONEs -BILLINGS MUHnKR
CASES DROPPED BY COURT
San Francisco. Calif, Dec i. Two
cases involving charges
So residents are wanted here Thomas
and Warren K.
Bullosa, bow serrlnc life Mnteacss
at San Qoentln and Folsom prisons,
respectively, were dismissed here
Monday by superior court Judge Louis.
The eases, resulting from indict
ments growing out or the bomb ex
plosions at the time of the Prepared
ness day parade here in Jul. 1916.
hju been postponed' frequently.
scare the fox?
"I have my new red mittens." said
the bunny. "But I fear they will not
scare him away.
Tea, they win quiely wlhspered
Billie. "Let me take them." So the
bunny handed the squirrel boy the
new bright red mittens. Reaching
a little way out of the hole Billie
scooped up some snow and with it
quickly made the face of a snow
man. He made a very large mouth
on the snow face, and with the red
mittens, which he stuck on. Billie
made a red tongue and red lips. Then
the squirrel boy held the snow face.
As soon as the fox. who wu half
asleep, saw the big, red mouth wide
open so close to him, he gave a bowl
"Oh. wow; Oh, double wow! This
must be a fireman after me. he's so
red Oh. I didn't know a red-mouthed
fireman was in the cave with Uncle
And off the fox ran. with his tail
between his legs The red mittens
on the snow face had frightened him
away. Billie and the bunny came
out and the squirrel boy got to school
just as the last bell was ringing, so
he wasn't late at alL Then Mr. Long-
ears bought Nurse Jane the pepper- '
mint candy, took his new red mit
tens back home with him. and very
glad he was that he had them. So
If the baked apple doesn't try to
Jump out of the rice Dnddlna: and
roll down the cellar steps with the i
dusting brush. I'll tell you next
about Uncle Wiggily and Sammie's
pockets. Copyright. 11. by Mc-
Clure newspaper syndicate. I
NO ROOM FOR RUSSIANS I
IN CASA GRANDE VALLEY
Casa Grande Ariz., Dec 2. There la
no room for Russian farmers in the
Casa Grande valley. This decision i
Tne purified and refined
calomel tablets tbat are
nauseaJess, taf e aad Hire.
Medicinal virtuei retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
P -. 35c
or Blotchy SMn
Want a dear, healthy comptexioB,
regular ooweis, ana a
perfect working liver?
AO easy to ob-
tain if yoa talas
safe and easy
edy. For headache, dizziness, cpt
aromach and despondency, they bare
noeroaL Pfirely vegetable.
SaaHPg SnaHBese SanHPrtee
. CXSCraeS Utm POLS, Nature 'a
great serve and blood tonic for
Jnmrl, BaeimaMan, WerroMaeas,
SUrrUnmtt aadFmale Weabess.
seSStes aMSf ft&S4? sifSCfSFS
of tite atomacri baa eptet many a
nigiifsruL If your rtomacii U acid
dubused, dtootra two or inrea
a tiie tongue before retiring and ea
joy refreshing aUcp. Use purity and
goetbisM of Ki miidt gaaraateed by
SCOTT A BOWNE
t HAXZXS OF SCOTTS EHULSKHt
COME IN NOW ON
JfS ERVICE" is going OVER THE TOP
in masterly fashion. Sales are being
made in ALL PARTS of the country.
"SERVICE" is a bigger, broader, more
promising opportunity than any of the pre
vious SMITH-PORTERFIELD efforts. It
has EXPERIENCE behind it it has SUC
CESS behind it it has CHARACTER be
I anticipate that a LOT of people are going
to make a LOT of MONEY out of "SERV
ICE." I anticipate that "SERVICE" will spread more joy than
OCEAN or RANGER CENTRAL or HOMER UNION.
But to participate ia tbk yeaVe got to get roar ORDER k. The SUCCESS of SERVICE
vrsn't sean a THING to taee who hare no interest in SERVICE. Tbe time for "ACTION"
a panias FAST, and I aacerely URGE that yon order NOW preferably by WIRE ay
expefiK, of coarse.
J. R. MOFFETT
320 Mills BIdg.,EI Paso, Texas
Call .Me For
What Will You Pav ior
Your Texas -Ranger?
Brings In Two
Gushers In Day
Claiborne Field Enriched
by Two 20,000 Barrel
Wells of Corporation.
ShreTeport. Jjl, Tee, 1. Two J.W!
baml. welts have bea smgat la la
taa Oalborss field by th Btaadara
Oa eompsay wttUa 14 hoars. Tho
first mil to coas In was tfc Qvy
Oakes No. 2 In section M-ll-T at a
depth or Met feet, ne other well,
th Shaw, la section 3S-I1-7. earns la
at praettcanr the saau depta.
Ia tne Ben Bsvoa dlstrtet oil men
are wateslsc the wen la seetloa 2-12-1,
which Is oa top of tas sand. It
win be drilled is wrtkla tits next few
dara. This weU Is acres! tin township
use irsa e HBii-Bayou-iioiaer on
eompaay's well la section n-M-M,
whlen Is aakra? a g-ed flow. Big
prtMiBetion Is antietsated la the sew
Maov isw r neeroa eater'-' "ht
Bofa U V M the
Ho W of
You've bo doubt beard of the woodkrful
acreage of Texas-Ranger TEN TRACTS
checker boanSag tbe fields of LOUISIANA
right to Ac PEART of the greatest activ
ity in HOMER and BULL BAYOU. Of
course, you kaow of the GUSHERS being
brought ia ckSy in these fields and you
probably know also that ADJOINING Texas
Ranger's HUNDRED acre tract in the
NORTHWEST extension of the HOMER
field the Roxana Petroleum Company and
the Royal Dutch Schefl Company are" drill
ing NIGHT aad DAY and that on any shift
the BfG PAY SAND might be reached.
If you are a careful reader of die papers
you wS easily realize that JUST as 'soon
as one of the BIG companies bring in a well
the value of this ONE tract alone should be
worth MANY times tbe capitalization of
But. don't get the idea that the success of
the company depends on this one lease. In
the same district TEXAS-RANGER has
FOUR other tracts and it might be weH,
to call your attention again to the fact that
a lease here sold last week for $40,000
Andk But Bayou TEXAS-RANGER'S two TWENTY acre tracts are within 400 feet
TEXAS-RANGER also owns a TaloaWe lease in Comanche county, Texas, and TEN
THOUSAND acres in Orange Bask, New Mexico.
You're going to want some TEXAS-RANGER stock "the more you INVESTIGATE
the MERITS of this company. Use more ATTRACTIVE oar proposition is. But get this
fact straight those who buy TEXAS-RANGER at par. $1.00 a share, are going to
pUce their order IMMEDIATELY, for DRILLING operations are soon to begin
development is getting closer our property every hour and any moment a well might
JxffiL WHjd Aat TEXAS-RANGER'S leases alone would be worth
Order direct from Company or through any reliable Broker.
CONSOLIDATED OIL CO.
Capital $609,000 Share $1.00 Par
GEO. T. WILSON, Salesaanager
721 Caples Baildkr; El Paso, Texas
SERVICE WILL DOUBTLESS CLOSE AS
SUDDENLY AS DIj HOER UfilON
Our outside agents will please wire number of shares sold each day and
let orders follow at once by mail
Our clients are also advised to get their orders in immediately.
You can wire at our expense and let remittance follow by first mail
Southwest investment Co.
J. E. I. AXE. Met.
Members Kt rasa Stock Exebaase
lllVi X. Ort-oii St. Kl FstM. Texas
- K-- '(. . in-i !-i.-. n -1. at Full
J. K. LANK, MET.
0( St. B3 Pass. Texas.
Seatlmest Investment Csesftan;,
HeMrse saares Sen St ti at
fU RnHanee la null.
1 II SSSSSSSI jaw W Ilnsaaaaaanisssal
Par valee $1.00
B . B. Maadnnr. Vmii i
Vhtse CarsMi. Oireetor
tVE UB HEADY TO MVS'
BELIVHIKS OF CEKTU .
C at s a y asasosre '
tracts of 3S serrs r . i
tase lit rsnrdtd tiro ;'
Iks Hsbut. Csddo snd Km!
Bstmi IleMs st 1 oublm.i
D. W. Hoffman
S. El Tav) St
Number of stsarea. . .
Amoniit enclosed; 1.
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YOUR LAST CHANCE
fudging from the r thai the orders hme htm pouring into our office, and from what e hmn heard. e beHete that the
time has armed when fou are offered almost yoar lost chance to buy
SERVICE OIL CORPORATION
Others hare been quick to grab this opportunity, and tte can't see h$ yoa haven't. Think over their prospects, their hotiingt
and the policy of the men back of it. and then wire us your reservation. We can ieUrer certificates' as long as anyone else.
AT $1.00 PAR
LIBERTY AND VICTORY BONDS ACCEPTED AT PAR
"WE BACK THE WINNERS"
MANNING & CO.
SOS Martin Bide. 1'aone
Branca Oftlee at El Paso Stoeb Exekaaec Phone asst.
Membera El Paso Stoek Exefcange
Refereneei El Paso Bant: A Trust Co.
4SB this ceirra.s for ordbmss stock)
Xanniajr Jt CMtsaajt Broken.
SSS Martin BMa KI Paso Stock Exebansa.
S3 Paso. Texas.
Knetoaed Mnd S - irbjesi
lease moll ase snares The
Ses witt. OH Corporation. Inc. sioes: nt nar SIAO per
ahare. aaM stock to be foOj- vaM and aoa-assess.
Trxas-Banger CansolMaled Oil Co,
SHe TS1 Canles Bids, El Paso. Texas.
Bnelesed find S for
shares of stock la the
Coaaelldated Oft Com
pany at par, SljOS a share, aaase betnc
rallr paid and non-assessable.
WERE is nothing HAPHAZARD or SLIPSHOD about the
'SERVICE" ORGANIZATION. Everyman from TOP to BOT
TOM knows what his JOB IS and how to DO HIS WORK.
That is the KIND of organization that GETS RESULTS. That is the
KIND of organization that makes its SUCCESS by being EQUIPPED
to SUCCEED, That is ONE of the things that makes "SERVICE" a
And just THINK what the "SERVICE" or
ganization has to WORK WITH and what
RECORDS it has behind it. It has the
CHOICEST kind of ACREAGE in the HO
MER and BULL BAYOU FIELDS the most
spectacular ever discovered in America. It
has a field superintendent who has a 100Q
drilling record he has NEVER drilled a
well that did not produce oil in paying quan
tity: When you remember that THIS SAME OR
GANIZATION has ALREADY made such
LATEST REPORT FROM
OUR FIELD SCOUT
Our fieU scont reports as foUewi:
GBlUasd and Foster Jacksos No. 2, is
settles 2-?, is in far two tasmaad hat
rets. Ttog lecatnn is quarter ndk
Bsrtkeast at Hester Union and "Serriee"
boteings, section 2t. Grider Oil Com
pany's weO. section 15, adjoininc Homer
Bales Mtnags, will drill into shallow
sand latter part of tint week. Log of
weii catties up exact formation ia sec
tion SO. Sirams 00 Company, northeast
qaarter, sectiea 32, got deep sand higher
than expected. Covered ditch with oil.
They are now standardizing to drill in
with cable tools. Remit will not ,be
kssws for ten dsys. This is quarter
sue from Homer Union and "Serriee"
hoidiBgs, section 32.
1 " (JAN 1Z ATI ON has ALREADY made such
huge SUCCESSES you cannot escape the conviction that "SERV
ICE" vresents a marvelous oonortunitv.
But the opportunity WILL NOT LAST INDEFINITELY. Every
HOUR brings the END of the "SERVICE" STOCK SALE CLOSER.
The WISE thing- the SENSIBLE thing the PRUDENT thing, is to
ORDER your STOCK immediately.
Service Oil Corporation
Capitalization $1,000,000. Par Value $1 Per Share.
'S-asc. P. O. Be-
Order Direct or Through Any Reliable Broker.
"service Is Our Middle Name"