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Thursday, August 4, 1910.
FOR SALE One standard
well rig, double simple en
gines 8x12. Internal fired
boiler 42x8. Drills and bits
complete with ofher auxil
iary parts. In first classlje
pair. Cost $5000, for sale
quick $2500 cash)
BUYIXG XBW FURMTURE
FOR THE SHBLDOX HOTEL.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeGroff, ac
companied by T. TV. Nealon, of the El
Paso Household Furnishing company,
left Thursday for Grand Rapids to
select the furniture for the new Shel
don hotel. A number of furniture fac
tories will be visited by the party and
the selection -will be made of the fur
nishings for "the entire hotel, as man
ager J. TV. Fisher is disposing of all
the furniture that is in the old hotel
at private sale. The Sheldon will
close on August 25Nand will be com
pletely rebuilt from cellar to garret
ii.nd will be reopened about January
1st under the management of the
f?heIdon Hotel company with Burt
Orndorff as manager.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Cheerfulness and a bright disposition during the months before baby conies,
are among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow upon the little life about
to begin. Her happiness and physical comfort Trill largely govern the proper
development of the health and nature of the child. Mather's Friend contribotes
much to the mother's happiness and nealth by the relief and mental comfort it
affords. It- is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
lubricate the muscles and tendons of the body,' soothe the swollen mammary
glands, cause a gradual expansion of the skin and tissues, and aid in the relief
of nausea. The regular use of Mother's Friend greatly lessens the pain and
danger when baby comes, and assures a quick and natural recovery for the
mother. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, con
taining vuahle information for expectant Mothers.
Via Chicago, Niagara Falls, St. Lawrence Biver and
EETURNIKG- via steamer to New Orleans or Gal
veston. Return Limit October 31st. Liberal
Insist on. your ticket via Chicago In connection with The Grand Trunk
(International Double Track Route).. For detailed Information
apply to your nearest agent or write
H. a. ELLIOTT,
FIRST ASST. GEN. PASS. AGENT.
135 Adams Street
IF - U
Everybody has his own Summer" Concerts at Home,
if he owns an
VICTOR TALKING- MACHINE
Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan.
W. G. alz Company
Talking Machine Dept.
Kodaks, Photo Supplies MBl
Supplies for Engineers,
Architects and Artists
FINE KODAK FINISHING
FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY,
Freeman, manager for the Texas com
pany In a telephone message to The
Herald office a few weeks ago that a
Herald man would )be welcomed at any
time, regardless of those signs; that
there was no secrecy about the move
ments of his company not his com
pany, no sir I did not look for a
watchman, inasmuch as I met Mr. Free
man getting on the train going to El
Paso as I got off from Pecos and told
him I was 'going out. Shaking hands
with him I said: "I am trailing you. I
am here looking- for oil "
Hospitality With a String.'
He replied something abit having
nearly missed the train and aid not say
anything this time about giving me a
note to the drillers, as he had offered to
do over the phone a few weeks before.
Presuming, however, that his 'invitation
still held good and that the signs were
merely there for show there are eight
of them; all nice looking signs I ac
cepted the proffered hospitality of the
Texas company and investigated. 1
brought aJong a bottle of the oil for
good measure, feel that the company
was surely enough a hospitable com
pany with a hospitable manager, but
when with T. C. Lewis, of Toyah, who
inspected the well with me, I drove on
to the headquarters and met the man
who has charge of the drilling C E.
Morgan the company hospitality got a
jar; personally Mr. Morgan proved a
nice man and as hospitable as anybody
could wish, even to generously ana
kindly denouncing all newspapers and
reports but ,when it came to talking
about the company's business? that was
First of all "nobody has been allowed
inside that inclosure" and nobody would
be. To my statement that Mr. Freeman
had Invited me to the field, he was sorry
Mr. Freeman was not there to show me,
but that was all nobody had ever been
in there and nobody was going; all re
ports were lies.
One Theodore Roosevelt said some
time ago that whatever the reporters
' said he snid would not be so; he warned
the public in time. Mr. Morgan says
that he built the fence to keep every
body out o that when the. reporters or
anybody else said anything, the public
would know it wasn't so. Get the idea?
Good logic but bad practice, especially
when a visitor can even get photographs
of all the stuff inside, and a bottle of
the oil i did both and can offer to
stake doughnuts against peanuts that
Mr. Morgan and Mr. Freeman and all
the rest of the Texas officials will not
THEBRABFSEUM Qsg ATLANTA, GA,"Zn?i
VIA BAIL AND OCEAN '
iKk, JN. Y.
103 El Paso Street.
Now on Sale.
Chicago, HI. H
permit oil exerts to go Into that place
and examine that well if they still con
tend after this that they are not get
ting oil out of it, good oil, and tuel for
their engine. I know enough to guar
tee that they won't do that. TR" fuel
they are using may be gas; it may be
oil, but it is coming from the "capped"
well. They hare oil and it is coming
just like oil comes from a gusher any
where else. All the piping is new; the
company has just finished its finishing
work on the well. It is true the com
pany has paid fir its information as
Mr. Freeman and Mr. Morgan say it has
the payroll is $50 a day every day; the
expenses have already been S100.000 in
the field and it has obligated itself for
land for more than twice that sum
and is entitled to keep tlwrt to itself
And the company is profiting by this
information An agent of the company
made an offer to a Toyah man just
yesterday of 1500 for 40 acres of Jand;
with two men of the Texas company
present looking on as spectators ap
parently T. TV. Owens bought section
16, block 70, this week and a drill is
going out to it and drillers of the
Texas company wells asked me yester
day "if our other rig is being unloaded
at Toyah." Onlj recently according
to information that Is most reliable
an official of the Texas company and
I can give bis name was asked by an
El Paso bank about a piece of land In
the Toyah field and this official said it
wasn't worth taking over. The Texas
company is now said to have this piece
of land in its possession. The Texas
company is keeping its information to
Will Legislature Interfere?
ti,o tatoc lorriQioTn. nmordiner to
the best information obtainable now
is going: to be asked to do something'
to correct the status of all the land
t-around the field. Until that is done, so
the company can get clear title to the
land, it is believed to be its intention to
keep secret what its officials know
about the well and the oil in it. "When
the law is amended or fixed so that
oil prospectors will have protection
the law as now applied to the west
Texas lands is certainly most Iniquitous
the company will be willing to let
the public know what it knows. Until
then, it is believed to be intending to
continue its secrecy.
Meantime the people about Toyah live
and dream oil and operators are leaving
no stone unturned to set control of all
the available land In th region. "I
am not backing my judgment in this
case," said a man "who is as well known
in El Paso as in Toyah, "for I am not an
oil expert. I am backing the judgment
of the Texas Oil company, which has
the best oil experts obtainable at its
command. T,he Texas Oil company is
not Investing a hundred thousand dol
lars in operations and incurring liabili
ties of more than twice that -much just
for the fun of things. When the Texas
company invests that heavily, I am
willing to sink, a little and risk it."
This is,thewaj the others feel about
it. The Texas5 company has started the
boom and has kept it up The secrect
polisrv of the company has made the
people ll-lnk the company had more
than it had naJlj found, but it Is hardly
iiossibl" that this is any longer the
truth, lie :eve and everybody who hs
seen the field believes, that the Texas
company at last has just what every
body has thought it-b.ad for a long time
a gusher- If the officials deny It, I
defv them to show their hand. I defy
cate and disprove what I have said.
A'o Oil Hauled.
Then the company might also explain
why it has quit absolutely hauling any
more crude oil to the field. The last
was hauled out on Monday. The man
who was hauling It is not hauling any
more. There is no more oil at Toyah
consigned to the company nor are there
any receiving (tanks. The company has
been receiving oil and hauling it out
to the wells for several months receiv
ing it regularly but now the man who
has been hauling it is out of a job and
he has been told that there is no more
hauling. Wednesday afternoon the
Texas company took up the big tanks
nto which cars have been unloaded at
Toyah and hauled them out to the
wel's. Y.'hy does the company need to
haul any more oil to the wells? Why
haul crsnges to California or Wats
water to El Paso, or oil into the
The Toras company Is no- the or.ly
j conern ! tht field. The Gutw cun-
pnny I.sg . man there, the Prairjts c"U
paoj has a man, and so have th- i:an
and the Sun. These men are taking
options every day. W. S. Wrathor is in
Toyah representing the Guffey com
pany He has been here for some time,
"just looking on." E. Cockrell repre
sents the Prairie.
Last night at 12 oclock Cockrell went
in C. E. SIsler's auto to Pecos, IS miles
away, to sign up some leases. Other
leases were signed up in Toyah; notaries
were busy till 12 and later taking ac
knowledgments "before The Herald
gets out with the news of what they've
got in the well."
The Texas company is now preparing
to recover a lost drill In the well north
east of "the capped well" just across
the arroyo and will find it with a ro
tary drill, which is now being prepared
in the shops on the grounds.
The company has three rigs in the
field. The newest one is oyer the well
that was capped so long; that is now
producing the oil. The rig is covered
almost all over with oil a gusher
might have spoutedlt; the drill tools
hight hrave spattered it but it is there.
On top of the cap that holds that
bubbling, hissing, capped -well in leash,
sets the drill tool six thousand pounds
in weight. On top of the cap is a 2x12
and on this sets the end of the tremen
dous steel rod, about 5 inches thick
and it looks to be 40 feet long. There
must be some pressure in that well be
low. A Toyah report, from an oil operator,
is that the Texas company has been
officially notified that the well is a 10,
000 barrel gusher. How true this is I
can't say, but the man who told it, had
been to the uell and knew just what I
know now about the existence of oil so
has Cockrell, that Prairie oil man, though
he attempted to minimize the import
ance of it, and so have several others
in Toyah, who know that what I record
here Is as true as that Toyah is on the
Ronrxsox sats oii,
STRIKE ?,IEAXS -ADVAXCE3EEXT
"I am glad to hear that they surely
have oil at Toyah," said mayor Robin
son. "I do not care for any of the mil
lions the company will make out of it,
but think what it means to El Paso It
ivill afford us cheap fuel. Los Angeles
c3d not amount to anything until oil was
aiscovered there. The city paid out too
much money for fuel and the town
never started to grow until this was
made cheap by the discovery of oil. Now
watch EI Paso push forwara with rapid
OIL WELLS STRUCK
NORTH OF VAST HORN
Company of Local Men Is
Formed and Strong Odor
of G-as Is Found.
Tan Horn. Texas. Aug. 4. An o.i
company has been organized by J. H.
Beach and other local men to Grill for
oil, and they have begun work on a well
north of town where they have encoun
tered oil bearing rocks and dirt that
has a very strong smell of gas.
SITE IS CHOSEN
Clouderoft Retreat for the
Babies to Be Near iNfev
By Mrs. W. S. Tilton.
Clouderoft, X. M., Aug. 4. The
site for tlhe baby sanitarium has
been chosen. It is to bo located just east
of the new hotel.
The comments made by
visitors upon the new Lodge are decidedly
interesting, and all agree that it is a
beautiful building. The old Lodere site
will be used as an amamisenient park
and all the attractions and amusements
will still be in the same plade.
iter. Henry Easter, who has spent a va
cation of 10 days in Clouderoft, building
a chimney and adding to the comfort of
"East Porch," has returned to EI Paso.
Dr. T. H. Haxby returned here, having
been to El Paso to purchase the supplies
for the new bowling allev of North
TvwArvn "Vil -r-p Cn-n A fnlA lia n f VA
Lodge, this making 'his seventh annual
summer spent amongst wie pines.
Trs. John Donahue and family hae
taken "'The Rustic" cottage, on the cor
ner of Chipmunk and SwaHcw place, for
the remainder of the season.
Mrs. B. F. Darbyshire and daiighters
are occup3ing part ot the Harris cot
tage. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Alamocordo
and family have taken one of Dr. P. H.
Brown's cottages. Their baby, who was
serdousl3r ill, is very much improved, and
high hopes are entertained for ultimate
Miss'Xancy Lackland, who was ill, has
Walter Kohlberg is up vistiing the fam
ily and enjoying the cool weather.
Adclph Schutz of the American Xa
tional bank is here with his fcodak, which
is an extra fine one. He is diligent,
studying photography and also can be
found most aii3r time in tthe forest look
ing and hoping for unusual situations
and views for his" rare collections.
Mrs. Rigdon. wife of Dr. Ri"don of BI
Paso, and little nephews. Malcolm and
Jarboe, who have been "visiting Mrs. J
TV. Kirby of Alamogordo are snending
the week -with Mrs. J. X. Wafer at the
! Penebaker cottage at the Croft.
E. .N. Ware will spend the week end
witfo his family at the Croft.
Mrs. J. Blake of El Paso is visiting Dr.
Bell5 familv and Mr. T. X. Wafer, who
have cottages for the summer.
AT RIPE OLD AGE
John G. Carlisle, former secretary of
the treasury under "president Cleveland,
i. " "
who died of art attack of acute Indiges
tion. Mr. Carlisle, 75 years old, was
taken suddenly ill at the hotel -.vhere
he lived in New York.
COOK IN. COLORADO
TO SPEND VACATION?
Denver, Colo., Aug. 4. Dr.
Frederick A. Cook, of north
pole fame, is thought to be
spending a vacation in the
mountains near Glenwood
Springs. J. R. Bradley, of New
York, the financial backer of
Dr. Cook's polar enterprise, is
with a party of friends at No
name Creek, near Glenwood
The Hall Room
Boys in The Herald.
I SBrc8Hg9Pllfw Iff
The Hall Room Boys in The Herald.
NEW HOTELS ABE
FINISHED IN TEXAS
Houston Court House jSTears
Finish Many Towns
, Are Hustling.
Activity in realty, building and indus
trail circles has been great in. Texas during-
the past week. Many now buildinga
are under way and. munv business pro
jects on foot. The usual summer dull
ness lias yet had little effect on the
many husblinff. bustlino- vmiTTn,iH
env towns spring up almost over night,
hundreds of acres of new land arelbe
ing put to the' plow and home builders
are coming into the state in large num
bers. Brown-wood has begun work on a new
100,000 hotel, which will be modern in
The new Savoy hotel has been opened
at San Antonio. tThe building was re
modeled from an office building at a
cost of $100,000. The furnishing are
exceptionally luxurious, costing $20,000.
The hotel has 75 rooms.
Plans have been drawn for a bi" tour
ists' hotel at Corpus Chfisti. Work wii
be begun this fall.
- Work is nearly done at Houston on a
new courthouse which will cost when
completed $500,000. It will be one of
the finest in the state. The buUdin
nil be live stones high and will cover
an entire block. The bufldin" will be
iou ior occupancy on SentemTvM- 1
Pans reports the sale of th fr,l7rw-?T,rt
bonds for public improvements: $71 000
for streets and sidewalks, $20,000 for
waterworks extension. $5000 for public
At Paducah, Cottle oounfr, although
the town is only of recent" origin, tile
citizens are erecting a school Suildin
at a cost of $25,000.
An oil well which is f lowing 2000 bar
rels has been brought in near Marshall.
Palestine has purchased 23 1-2 acres
known as the TJichaux grove, and will
make it a- city park. The land is located
near the heart of the city. The consid
eration was $12,000.
ON MILLS BUILDING
The last three of the footings which
are to support the 12-story Anson Mills
nuilding are being poured on the south
side of the big structure and as soon
as the steel reaches here 'the work of
pouring the concrete first floor will be
gin. The steel for the reinforcing was
ordered from Fort Worth, but owing to
a delay in shipment, a second order was
Placed at Pueblo, and this is expected
to arrive here this week. H. L. Ste
vens, head of the firm of H. L. Stevens
and cojnpany, which has the contract
-L e sk'scraPer. is here to confer
mi " SOn mUs and m remain
until after the first floor is finished.
WEST SAN ANTONIO
West San Antonio street is beginning
to look up. This is not intended for a
joke, although George Look's building
is the one that is causing the improve
ment m the appearance of the recently
opened street. The glass front has been
set in the Look building, the sidewalk
has been completed and the first sign
swings over the new street. As soon as
the surplus dirt has ben removed the
new street will begin to look like its
big brother east of El paso street.
TENANTS MOVE TO
The Fewel building is finished. The
date set for the completion of the one
story structure was August 5, but the
contractors clipped three days off this
time. The glass has been set, the in
terior finish placed and the occupants
of the new block are moving into it. y
REPORTS NORTHERN NEW
MEXICO VERY DRY.
James L. Marr. of the firm of Austin
& Marr, has returned to El Paso from
a trip through New Mexico and West
Texas appointing agents for some in
surance concerns which hifirm repre
sents as general agemST He went
north over the Santa Fe, crossed over
the Belen cutoff to the Pecos valley,
and returned through Roswell, Carls
bad and Pecos. He says northern New
Mexico is very dry and farmers are
Gladstone street, between Putnam and
Fisher Ba-Ithazer Meisel and wife, Mar
garetta, to William Meisel, lot 11 and
the west half of lot 10 in block 12. Sun
set Heights; consideration $10; July 7,
Boracho, Texas J. W. Balke, trustee,
ot Jack Ieggett, lot 9 of block 47 or
Texas & Pacific grant, the town of Bo
racho;" consideration S30; January 26
Licensed to "Wed.
Ascenclon Gonzales and Paula Chasco.
Lon C. Amonett and Laura C. White.
Chas. W. Boggs and Bertha Gutierrez.
THERE ARE NO NEGROES NOR
SALOONS IN BIG SPRINGS.
To Have Shouted for Jack Johnsoa
Would Have Meant Arrest,
It Is Deelared.
Pete Johnson and W. M. Vaughn, of
Big Springs, accompanied by their fam
ilies, are in the city today en route to
California on a summer outing. "We
have' the cleanest town in West Texas,
says Mr. Johnson, referring to Big
Springs. -We have no negroes in the
place and not a saloon nor disreputable
woman. When the Johnson-Jeffries
prize fight took place and The Herald
wired bulletins of the fight to Big l
Springs, the city marshal told the peo- ( f
t-i. . t..j ,u.i.iii.i cu. mai luc mat man1
who shouted for Johnson, if he hap-,'
pened to win. he would lock him up. j
.iuuuuv siiuuiea iur jonnson. it would
have meant a riot and the marshal
knew it, as he took the precaution to
prevent it. If a negro bootblack drops
in there we jug him and he gets out
CHARGE OF THE PAIR.
C. X. Bassett, president of the Fair
association, has returned from Indiana
and has taken active charge of the
work of arranging for the second an
nual fair. A meeting of the fair di
rectors will be held this week at which
the plans for the fall fair will be gone
over and the reports of the various
committees and departments will be re
ceived. POLO EXPERT JXTEXDS
TO RESIDE IX EL PASO.
Dr. J. A. Edmunds, who was here
from his ranch at Wilcox. Ariz., has
returned and will arrange to move to
El Paso to make this his permanent
home. Dr. Edmunds is the polo expert
who is planning to organize a polo
team in El Paso and will also make
this bis headquarters for the sale of
polo ponies to the different teams in j
Election Overshadowed by
, Governor's Connection
in Cooper Case.
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 4. Tennessee
is today selecting candidates for the
supreme court, the court of civil ap
peals, chancery and circuit judges, at
torney general and four congressmen.
The overshadowing Interest, however)
centers in the bearing of the result on
the political fortunes of governor Pat
terson, who is a nominee for a third
The supreme court free from the
domination of the governor is the prime
issue Involved. This grows out the the
celebrated Cooper trial, three of the
judges of the present supreme court
having been charged with Patterson
-nith attempting coercion in connection
with the case.
KILLED BY RIFLE.
Carrizozo, N. M., Aug. 4. Miss
Marguerite Bledsoe was accident
ly shot at Cedarvale, near Co
rona, and died from the effects
of the wound. She was riding in
the rear seat of a hack with her
aunt and her grandmother. Her
grandfather and grand uncle
were in the front seat.
The party stopped to Inspect
a millet field that had recently
been sown, and while the team
was standing, a Winchester
rifle that was in the front seat
was accidently discharged. The
bullet passed through the front
seat and entered the girl's right
cheek. She live3 but two hours,
dying before the doctor reached
there from Corona.
THREW AWAY HIS SOTOL
AND LOST TEAM OF HORSES j
Throwing the contrabrand sotol over- j
board into the 3ry bed of the Rio
Grande and beating it for the Mexican j
side, a Mexican smuggler left his team I
and wagon on the American side Wed- i
nesday and returned to Mexico to es- j
cape the government customs inspectors. I
The man was driving across the rivet
below Washington park when one of
theline riders approached him. With-
out waiting to explain he tossed the jug
of the Mexican booze into the brush L
his -wagon and escaped across the dry
bed. The team and wagon have been
seized and will be sold at auction by
the customs officials.
ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS
independent Assay Offtee
B ESTABLISHES t88.
xj. v . AicjtaiAicr. ,ss, .rropriesor.
Agent fcr Ore Shippers Aeetigirwn4
Chemical Analysis. Mines ExaMine
and Reported Upon. Bullion Wark a
, Offlee asd Laboratory:
Cor. Sax Frascfec & CiiniAuiSin.
L PA?Q- tsxaS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists, Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
3222 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
Ore Shippers' Agents
Slelt and Refine, or Purchase,
Gold and Silver in any form. Corre
spondence invited. Strictly confidential.
0. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
304 San Francisco St., EI Paso. Texas.
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IN ITS DEALINGS WITH ITS CUSTOMERS FOR THIRTY YEARS THE
First National Bank
Has demonstrated its purpose in giving Depositors every advantage obtained
by years of experience, and it is a Definitely settled policy to fstudy their re
quirements, thus meeting intelligently their needs. Diligence in every Depart
ment with this end in view has 'brought success to the bank acd its customers
Capital $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits . . . 225,000
WE CORDIALLY INVITE NEW BUSINESS CONNECTIONS.
OUS NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT PAYS 4 PER
CENT ON DEPOSITS
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
C R. MOREHEAD, President. GEO D. FLORY, Cashier-
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. a N. BASSETT, Vice Pre
L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831.
' CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,006.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 24EXICAN MONEY.
I - 1 1 in n HZZIZI "
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & 2dgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
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CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXA.S
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
CENTRAL CLEARING HOUSE
FOR POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS
Washington, D. C., Aug. 4. . central
clearing house in each state to sertia
all matters connected with the payment
of Interest and the -care of accounts s
a feature of the postal savings bank
system adopted by the committee that
wMl make recommendations to ?ha
board of trustees.
For a long time the committee faced
the necessity of providing some method
for the settlement of the depositors so
that it would avoid delay Incident to
the transmission of all such matters to
this city. The idea of having central
state clearing houses was discussed at;
"length and has been adopted as the best
solution of the problem.
HELD AT SILVER CITY
Saver City, N. M., Aug-. 4. Rev. J. I.
Sedar, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon
league of this territory, held a
meeting here in the assembly room of
the court house, and addressed the vot
ers upon the subject or a state-wide
Harry Murray, while attempting to
ride a vicious horse at the Eighty ranch,
had his right foot badly injured by the
horse suddenly iaying down. He was
unable to extract his foot in time to
prevent its being caught under the
horse. He was brought to the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. IX Murray,
of this city, and his injuries received
Also the Packard
Price of standard
Licensed under Selden Patent
j JexaS Motor CaT Company
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822-924 Saa Pedro Atc, Sax AHtwk, Tcsa
PLENTY Of IT--DR
EL PASO PURE MILK
Thee is more food, value in one quan
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure
milk. It comes from inspected, con
tented cows, and is treated by the most
scientific methods. Delivered to you
in sterilized airtight bottles.
L PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: Bell 340; Auto. 1158.
Office 373 N. Oregon.
Ellis Bros. Ptg. Co.
Ellis Blag. 110 S. Oregon
El Paso Pasteur institute
Por Preventive Treatscal
S25 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Pkoae 2348 R. 2. Re 3457
Bank &Trust Co
'V. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
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