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EL PASO HERALD
12 Tuesday, June 3, 1913 DEVELOPMENT ARIZONA TO HAVE BIG- COTTON PLANT Will Be Ideated 1b Salt River Valley to Handle the Esrrptlaa Cettea Crap ia That District. Phoenix, Ariz., Jane i. ror the pur pose of purchasing machinery for an up to date cotton working .plant, to be erected in the Salt river valley. H. B Atha, president of the Arizona Kpyptian Cotton Growers' association, has gone to the east. He will purchase a gin. oil presses, cleaners, balers and loaders. It is expected that the plant will be in operation in time to handle this season's crop. Of late the officers of the associa tion have been investigating; the mar ket for cotton byproducts. A stock n.an in the northern part of the state has offered to boy all the cotton seed n . a", that the valley growers can pro uuce Another offer has been received, for all the seed, from a company which expects to retail to other plant ers. Last year there were 480 acres of cotton on the Salt river valley, and this year there will be 3506 acres. II the crop is. again a success the aere uKe next year will be not less than r.ooo. Not all the crop will be handled at the Phoenix plant. A gin and balers are to be erected at Mesa. ' Numerous letters are being received from southern families who want to come to Arizona and pick cotton. These families will be given every encourage ment. It is planned to use southern white labor to the exclusion of all other, if possible. The growers will not employ Japanese unless It is abso lutely necessary. TO BUILD $13,000 SHOP IN CARLSBAD Carlsbad, N. M., June 3. Roman Ohnemus, of this place, and Bd Weaver. of Canadian, Texas, also an expert mechanic, have formed the Ohnemus Weaver Co.. and have let plans for a 313.000 combination garage and ma chine shop. The plant will be at the corner of Canal and Greene streets, and will Ae built of brick, 100 feet square, with a concrete floor and as bestos roof. It will contain a full equipment of iron and wood working tools run bv electric power, and Is so planned that a second story may be added on if considered necessary. Besides handling wagons and mak ing: repairs of vehicles, both horse and motor driven, the firm will put in a line of farm implements, having al ready ordered two carloads of machin ery . . Work is expected to oegin on uie foundations within a week. A wide floating foundation will be use to rarrv the heavy walls of-the building. which will face the west, and a trifle north of the old shops now used by the firm. The buildings already in ue. which are of frame, will be used ps storage and exhibition places, when xbe big shop is finished. MANY NEWThOUSES ERECTED AT MIAMI Miami. Ariz., June 8. New dwelling houses are being built in Miami every d.iy. over 20 being under construction at "the present time. The new two story concrete building i. Sullivan street, near Keystone, trecttrd by the Miami Townsite com pany, is completed. H. Rhodes has let th contract for a new five room dwelling, to be erected on his lot in lower Miami. Tom Uowden has let a contract for a new four room concrete dwelling on h.s lot in lower Miami. tuctjmcarYto have concrete creamery Tucumcari, N. M.. June 3. The Cnes ct n t Creamery company, of this city, is planning a new building opposite the present site of the factory, the building now occupied having become too small to accommodate the busi r.fss which has grown since the open ing of the plant here two months ago. The new building will be constructed of concrete and will be modern in eiery respect The old building across the street will be used for cold stor age and an ice cream factory. VACANT LAND SELLS FOR $21,000 PROFIT Phoenix. Ariz., June 3. For S3S.000, T. TV Coggins has sold a vacant block fix squares west of the business center of Phoenix. The purchasers are D. A Donofrio, Joseph Cope. Sid Henry. H TV. ferryman and Harry Kay, all PhoeniT business men. Coggins bought the block three years ago for 310.000, and spent $5000 on street improve ments, taxes, trees and Incidentals. GROrXDS PURCHASH) FOR BUG SPRINGS FAIR GROUNDS Big Springs, . Xx-. June 3. The county fair committee has purchased a. 20-acre tract of land from J. D. Bird well for the fair grounds. Work will beprin at once on improving the grounds. E M Dumas and Lester Fisher are building new residences In the city. Ernest Sprlrnrmarin has purchased a residence of Will Evert In the east part o' the city. J. W. Turner has let the contract for a 33000 bpme in the southwest pert of the city. ASKS BIDS FOR STORK AXD OFFICE BUIUMKfi IX PHOBNIX Phoenix. Aris.. June X Charles Kor rick has called for bids for the con struction of a four story store and office building. 50x137 feet in size, at First and Washington streets. It will probably cost between $7BK)0 and $90,000. Korrlck intends to move his department store Into tne new building. Better Than Wealth is perfect health ;but to enjoy good health it is necessary first to get rid cf the minor ailments caused by defect ive or irregular action of the stomach, liver, kidneys and boT7ek, aiunents which spoil life, dull pleasure, and make all siifferers feel tired or good for nothing. JBjaaSFaE2jijrf-' u Jj m CThc'Laratii 3ak af Aay Me&saxc in the World) have proved "thamselves to be the best corrective or pre ventive of these troubles. They insure better feelings and those who rely upon them soon find themselves so brisk and strong they are better able to work and enjoy life. For that reason alone, Beecham's Pills are The Favorite Family Medicine Sold everywhere la boxes, 10c., 25c Direcaaa .with every hex (bow the war to toad Beelni. Sporting Goods Reliable Brands Low Prices. Shelton-Payne Arms Co. 1 .-01 ktpijlnatoky notes. fL V. I Jjpfhik OaMrvatioastakenatSam-Mvaatr-saliBMU t74 1 '-orS- rldtea UBM. air mm IaoajuK (amtumoiu linos) pus throats points of aanal air pressure. Isoncua (dotted Hn pass throngh points cfcxrul temperature: drawn only tor zero, freextnc SO, and lOO. O clean Q partly ciocdy; $ cloudy; lain; mow: & report auanaz. Arrows ny with the wind. First acnres. temper ature; second, precipitation of .a Inch or mors lor past 94 hours: third, maximum wind vetoo- TEXAS CONGRESSMEN GIVEN COMMITTEES Smith Is" Ajwtened an Chairman of the Irrlgatiaa Committee AIbo oh Elections Cemmltteev "Washington, D. C, June 3. Demo cratic committee assignments, as de cided upon by the house Democratic caucus yesterday for the Texas con gressmen, were: Garrett, military affairs: Eagle, banking and currency: Sumners. pub lic buildings and grounds, census and mileage; vaughton, foreign anairs; Dies, railways and canals and chair man of claims reform in civil service; Young, agriculture; Reyburn, interstate and foreign commerce; Beale. judiciary; Hardy, expenditures in navy depart ment and chairman of merchant mar ine and fisheries; Gregg, war claims, chairman elections of president, vice president and representatives; Burgess, rivers and harbors; Buchanon. post office and postroads; Henry, rules and chairman of revision of laws: Collow. insular affairs, patents, expenditures department of commerce; Stephens,' In dian affairs, chairman invalid pensions, expenditures department of commerce; Slayden, library, chairman immigra tion and coinage and measures: Gar ner, ways and means; Smith, irriga tion and" arid lands chairman, accounts of elections of November 3. RKFKRS UNIQUE CASK TO SEW ASSISTANT ATTORNBY Whether or not it is smuggling to bring an American made moving pic ture film, across from Mexico, without declaring it at the bridge, is the knotty problem that United States commis sioned G. B. Oliver has put up to Robert T. Neill, the incoming assistant United. States attorney. The film case is the outcome of the arrest of Louis Del Castillo on the charge of smug gling a moving picture film. "The weaiuing ana tne greaser irom Juarez. The hearing was held Monday morning, but attorneys fr Del Cas tillo argued that as the. alleged smug gler did not know that the American made film was dutiable, he was not guilty of violating the custom laws. The case was heard and referred to the next assistant United States at torney, as U. S. Goen resigned Satur day and Robert Neill has not yet been sworn in. COLORADO SUPREME COURT SAYS SEEPAGE IS PART OP STREAM Denver, Colo., June 3. In a decision handed down this morning the supreme court of Colorado held that seepage water flowing toward a stream prop erly belongs to that stream and is con troled by the same priorities as water in the stream. The decision was ren dered in the case of Chas. W. Corn stock, state engineer, against C. H. Ramsay. Comstock brought suit to prevent Ramsay from securing seep age water into a ditch which he had constructed parallel to a river in Lar amie county. The lower court held that Ramsay had a right to the water. In reversing the lower court the supreme court made it clear that the state had to prove that the river had for years secured part of its flow from the seepage in question, and that if use of seepage before priorities had been filed on the stream itself would con stitute prior claim to seepage waters and the part of the stream which is fed by such seepage. YEARNS TO BE COWBOY AND AWAITS A RAILROAD TICKET Back in Sewanee, Tenn., there is a 19 year old boy who longs to be a cowboy. He has said so in a letter to the postoffice here, and he says he is willing to come west and take his place in the world, if some ranch man will kindly mail him a ticket. His name Is Willie Tate. Willie says he "has wanted to be a cowboy for the last two years. U. S. Department or Agriculture. TUTiitauiltowhul V 1 TH Pun Thimula'c- Juno 3 1913. V .'Vi CSj Parcaat& - CfAJvU&i Forecasts. 1 Paso and vicinity Fair tonight and Wednesday. New Mexico Generally fair, except local thundershowers northeast portion tonight or vVednesday. M'est Texas Generally fair tonight and Wednesday. j SOLDIERS SEARCH PiTR TWTSRTKTfi. MAW Entire Troop, of the PeHrieeath, Sta tioned Near Marfa, Ordered Out to Help Kind Wark. Marfa. Tex june 3. A whole troop of the Fourteenth cavalry was ordered out by major George H. Cameron to hunt for a Mr. Wark who was lost in the HuffatiUas country near Polvo along the Kio urande. A party of local residents with a pack mule outfit furnished by the major had previously started out to find the lost man. Mr. tark had gone out into the country with a party consisting of himself, K. U. McCamant, deputy county surveyor Tarver and lormer land commissioner J. J. Terrell and got lost. Harry Young is to build a new six room house and has let the contract to J. C Bean. The building is to cost S6000. The county is grading the streets paralleling the park which the rail road company is building, and a cul vert has been put in at the laTis street crossing. While loading her pistol at the Bogel ranch. Miss Kitty Russell accidentally shot her little finger. It was not ser ious. C B. Bailey, who for several months has conducted a tailor shop here, has sold out to James Karstendlek and will return to his former home at Devine, Tex. POST CARDS TO BE IN GREEN HEREAFTER Shamrock green postal cards hare been ordered issued Dy postmaster gen eral A. S. Burleson Texas, not Irish to conform to the rules of the Interna tional Postal union. The postal card of the lowest denominaliou has been a buff color in the past, but as the foreign post cards o lowest denom ination are printed green, the ost lnation are printed green, the post office printers to get busy on the new est shade of green for domestic cards. The explanation for the change is that the green color will be more familiar tn foreigner who are her and who are accustomed to using the green t cards at home. i Special registry stamps are to be J taboo after the present crop has been consumed, instead or naving a spe cial stamp for registered packages, the postoffice will accept the ordinary or back lot variety of postage stamps, when well licked and pasted on pack ages that are to be registered, ten cents in excess of the required postage for ordinary mailing. DAIL RECORD Bulldlas Permits. To Joe Dunne, to build an adobe, Woodlawn addition; estimated value, $1004. To J. I. Hewitt & Son. to build a warehouse, 61$ south Kansas street; estimated value, $1000. To J. I. Hewitt tc Son, to build a sleeping porch. 900 Mesa avenue; esti- , mated cost, $500. J. I. Hewitt Son, to make re pairs, Oregon and San Francisco; esti mated cost. ?400. ....... To J. S. Calhoun, to remodel- build ing at Sll north El Paso street; esti mated cost, $400. To J. S. Morriss, to build a brick bungalow, north Campbell street, block 42, Alexanders addition; esti mated value. $3000. Deeds Plied. Socorro, Texas El Paso Townsite company to A. F. Mahoney. 19.11 acres Socorro grant; consideration, ?143S.3S; May 2. 1913. Socorro. Texas Caro C Bukey to Seth B. Orndorff. 18.4 acres Socorro grant; consideration. 32760; May 11, 1912. Northeast corner bf Rio Grande and Hutton streets O. T. Rikausrud and wife to Fenton W. Smith, lot 22 and westerly 15 feet of 23. block 7, Frank lin heights; consideration, 34000; May 27, 1913. Southeast corner of Second and El Paso streets Horace B. Stevens to uniar-. Ttteron and J. A. Buckler. lots 11, 12 and northerly eight feet of 13. block 134, Campbell's addition; con sideration, $10,000; May 30. 1913. Brit ton Davis to Horace B. Stevens, same property; consideration, 313,000; Jan uary 13, 1913. South side of Aurora, between Ken tucky and Dakota avenues Highlands Realty company to H. C. Workman, lots 27 to 29 and half of 30. block 83, High land park; .consideration. ,3350; May ''West side of El Paso. betweenFourth and Fifth streets James A. Murdoch, to Charles Meyer, northerly seven feet of lot 7 and, southerly 18 feet of , block 100, Campbell's addition; con sideration, $4000; May 31. 1913. Licensed ta AVed. B. J. Bradt and Marie E. Sherwood. C. H. Langley and Claudia PurcelL Automobiles Licensed. 1S48 E. O. Ware. 512 south Virginia street; Indian motorcycle. 1549 Lieut. E. R. Coppock, Fort Bliss; Enger 40. Births !lrl. To Mrs. Edward D. Hodge. St. Mark's hospital; May 3L ..,,. To Mrs. Andres Molina, 916 Ochoa street: May 27. To Mrs. Juan Adame, El Paso; May 31. Births Boys. To Mrs. Jesus Rodriques, 205 Tenth street; May 2. AMERICAN IS ROBBED ., IS THE J All. AT JUAREZ Tom Ionard. a motorman on the Mexico line, laid off Sunday and went to Juarea. He gat into jail. Monday morning he got out by paying a $2.50 fine but he left $5C and a solid gold watch behind him. Somebody got it. He was charged with being drunk. RECRUITS DECREASE. In the local recruiting office, the number of recruits has been dimin ished in spite of the increased attrac tions of the army service. This is not local, the recruiting officers say, but is general throughout the country, as the- people refuse to take the Japanese war scare suifiusJy Tm focal Data. JBI.l'aso Readings. Today Yesiardsv 6 a. A. .6 p. . Barometer (sea level) 29. 77 .77 29.78 6 $b 56 5& 47 32 '47 It W. SB. 8 1- ! Cry thermometer ' ll-Zl iL 1 .. McrmwacKf Dew point Relative huinidity Direction of wind velocity of wind State of weather Pt. CldjV Pt. Ody. Rainfall last 24 hoars 0 Tighest temp, last 34 hrs.v 92 Lowest teats, last" 12-hrs. . 6S River. Height of river this morning above fixed sero mark. 10.5 feet. Jail it last 24 hours, 0.1 foot. RIVER READING. Snows and rains in the Colorado moun tains are filling the Rio Grande with water. The river reading Monday after noon at the Elephant Butte dam was 1600 cubic feet, which is 60 feet higW than it was on Satuiday. Further ta creaae is expected this week. EL' PAS0ANS AT THE ' TEXAS UNIVERSITY Austin. Texas. June 3. The El Paso colony at the university of Texas is about ready to wind up proceedings in the educational line and strike out for home. Of the si El Paso people, there are two who are" to receive their de grees this June. They are Miss Ethel Taylor, who is to get her B. A and Thornton Hardie, who is to get his L. L. B. Both graduated from the El Paso high school. After securing their degrees. Miss Taylor will leave Austin for short visits with friends at Dallas and Sherman; Hardie will go direct to El Paso after commencement. Some of the other El Fasoans will leave for home directly after the exam inations are over. Misses Mae Camp bell. Mary Leighton. Violet Aitken. Mabel O'Connor, and Elslnor Shelton will go by way of San Antonio, to gether with John Burch, Lawrence Shea, Robert Hardaway, and Louis Heep. Miss O'Connor had Just re cently returned to the university after a long absence due to illness: on her return she was initiated lata the Zeta Tau Ateha sorority. Miss Gladys Strickland will slop over In San Antonio with, relatives for a short while. Will Hawkins, also going through Saa Antonio, will reach El Paso Sunday evening. Louis Blume and L. E. Mulcahy will reach home a little later. Miss Ruth Long will stop over in Fort Worth a short while with her sister. Xlss Rose Stolaroff will stop in Waco and then come to El Paso in company with her sister, formerly Miss Mary Stolaroff. Norman Morrlsson and Frank Lyons will come home by way of Fort Worth; Morrlsson will stop at Weatherford and Midland for a short while. J. C Alexander will go through Pal estine to see some of his relatives, and then will proceed direct to El Paso. Though not graduating this year, Nell Haniman. Marion Toung and Clark Wright 'Will remain in Austin for the commencement exercises. Miss Marion Young has just returned from spend ing the winter In Sew Orleans. AKIZOSA MISIXG MAS IS t HELD OX CHARGE OF FRAUD Prescott, Ariz.. June 3. Frederick E. Small, general manager of the Brook -lyn-'Arisona Mining company, was ar rested here on a federal indictment of 15 counts returned by a grand jury in the United States district court in Bos ton. Mass. The Indictment alleges using the mails to defraud. Ball was fixed at $10,000, which Small was unable to furnish. He will be taken to Boston at once under a removal order issued by the federal court at Phoenix. It is alleged that Small' made false representations concerning stock of the company, which suspended operations a short time ago -following an investi gation by eastern stock holders. The company's holdings are -located near Mayer. Ariz. Small has been its general manager for many years. OFFERS TO COXTRIBUTK TO MlALrAIS ROAD FUND L. O. Inman. of the Longwell Auto company, savs that he will give $20 toward building a road around the malpals beds on the road to Deming. He also says that Max Moye and E. Moye will give $5 each to start a sub scription list to, have this work done. The first bed, he contends, can be got around for $25, and the subscripetion list might be enlarged so that other bad spots In the road could be- fixed. Your Liver is Clogged up That's Why Yew're Tired Out e Sorts Hava No Aapentc . CARTER'S LITTLE. LI V PELLS win1 putyeurfbt ia aiewdavt. They da tkeiroary. Cure Caaftisa. be. H. rVWBvvli sMINRB asQV aUCZ XlCaSavCavC sum, rax wall sex. shall too, Qtnkme stu Signature a& BBBBBBa' . .aVBBBBBani AfYiaTETC .naaannwF ITL W liVER JWxK BPii-w. &?2 MR. FAUROTE "CRACK" . SOUTHERN MARKSMAN Widely Known Field Sports man Tells His Experience "of Plant Juice. One of the best known traveling men In Texas, a crack shot, with but few equals at clay pigeons or live birds, la- Mr. F. M. Faurote of 1901 Mc Kinney Avenue, Dallas, Mr. Faurote represents the Dupont Powder Co., one of the oldest powder concerns in the United States, be made the following statement: . "I am on the road' and do not have time to be sick, for a long Ujae-I hare been troubled with my Uyer-artd stom ach, resulting in lndijeslioifc constipa tion and rheumatism; I tried every thing I heard of, but with little or no results until I came in here about ten days ago and got a bottle or your Plant Juice. I found it to be the very thing that I needed, it has taken all the rheumatism out of me, my bow els are acting natural and normal and my stomach is in better shape than it has been for years. I carry a bottle or Plant Juice in my case, it Is a pleas ure ta recommend it." Plant Juice is nature's remedy for all ailments of the stomach. liTer, kidneys and blood if you have indigestion, bloating, gas. foul breath, or suffer with nervousness, pains in the back or head, .dizziness, loss of appetite, sleep lessness, or feel tired and run down you will find that Plant Juice is Just what you have been looking for. For sale at Kelly Pollards. Adv. HERE ! MEN OF MODERAT Read This HBRPICIDB You will often see a man who ful fills your ideal of a man in almost every particular. He may have a good head, fine physique, perfect manners, an interesting personality and bear himself with the distinguished air of gentleman. His linen is immaculate and his clothes faultless as to cut and material. But all the pleasant ftrat Impressions are ruined when you dis cover the collar and shoulder of his coat covered with loose hair and flakes of dandruff. This Is an indication of personal carelessness, not to say unclamnliness. You feel like telling him te get a bottle of Newbro's Herpicide. and if you Are a real friend to him you WILL, tell him. This remarkable remedy would in a short time remove every trace of dandruff from his head, stop his hair from falling and prevent him from becoming bald. Bald-headed men always look old, whether "they are or not. Dandruff Is due to a germ which causes the scale-like accumulation. Newbro's Herpicide, used intelligently, checks this accumulation, prevents th hair from falling out and stops that frightful itching of the sealp almost instantly. It has a most delightful odor. Herpicide is the Original Remedy, that destroys dandruff. There is noth ing in the world just like it, nothing that is "Just as geod." Newbro's Herpicide in 50c and 1.00 sizes i sold by all dealers who guar antee it to do all that is claimed. If you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. Applications obtained at the good barber shops. Send 10c in postage for a sample bot tle and booklet to The Herpicide Co.. Dept. R.. Dertoit. Mich. Kelly & Pol lard, Special Agenta Adv. A PHYSICIAXS FAITH IX KCKMAiVS ALTKRATIVB "Have used Eckman's Alterative in several cases of tubercular glands of the neck, with excellent results every time. In one case It cost me $50, for the girl was put on It only until she could arrange to be operated, and in a short time an operation was not need ed. I suppose your records are just as fine as of old. Ton know my faith in it" (Original of this physician's letter on file.) Sckman's Alterative is effective In other forms. Read wliat Mrs. Garvin says: Idaho Falls. Idaho. "Gentlemen: I have gained twenty two sounds since last February and my baby is in perfect health. I have been waiting since she was oorn to see now I would get along. I am now dplng allmy work, have been ever since she was four weeks old, and I am steadilv gaining. I do not cough or raise anything at all. so I think I am I completely cured of Lung xrouoie. (Affidavit) MRS. M. H. GARVIN. Note Mrs. Garvin has seven children. (Above abbreviated; more on re quest.) Eckman's Alterative has been proven by many years' test to be most effi dacibus In cases of severe Throat and Lung Affections. Bronchitis, Bronchial Asthma. Stubborn Colds and in up building the system. Does not contain narcotics, poisons or habit-forming drugs. For sale bv Kelly & Pollard. Knoblauch Drug Co.. People's Drug Store and othkr leading drucgists. Write the Eckman Laboratory. Phila-i delphia. Pa- for booklet -telling of re coveries and additional evidence. Adv. Why Scratch? "Hunt'sCure"is guaf2 anteed, to stop and permanently cure that terrible itching. It is compounded for that purpose and ytwr money will be promptly refunded WITHOUT QUESTION if Hunt's Cure fails to cure itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ring Worm or any other Skin Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by mail .Aa. af 1 a ae- a Vf mi Ki ain ajf am11u a uircui it rc uosii tu mouuioutui cu uutjf uy A.B RlCKAMSMEWCIKECO.,StefM,Tens INTERNATIONAL Gives your Boy a start. Pfcooc 1 147. J. P. Mul&u Pw, CANDY SPECIAL OX OUR DELICIOUS COCOANUT CREAM BAR PIXK, W1I1TK, C1IOCOCA.TB 15c lb. WEDNESDAY ONLY THE STORE BEAUTIFUL. iT&ek CONFKCTIOVERY CO. Mesa Ave and Texas St. 5rt 3tfv ffTfffT" Floor and Furniture Polishes Liquid Veneer. Butchers Polish. Waxene. Old English Wax. Osaple Polish. No. 61 Floor. Johnson's Wax. Johnson's TJnderlac WE HAVE THEM ALL. . Tuttle Paint and Glass Co. PH8NE 206 210-212 N. STANTON Tell These People What You Want They Will Respond Promptly Bell 608 & 629. DRUGGISTS A. . RYAK & CO. OPEH XLZ. AUTOS FOR HIRE Rates $3.00 per Hour CallODOM'S Te haul your baggage or oove vou. BELL NOTICE Phones 509-510 Phone No. 1 Day or r- ." Sae LONGWELLS TRANSFER. " Limousine 5 and 7 Passenger Cars. Anto Baggage. Trucks. RUBBER 1 Ladies' 2&S.2S-v HEELS Men's 35c J Hotel Orndorff El Paso, Texas. European Plan. STOOIER RATES NOW ON TO NOV. 1. 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Besides, the renml nrntMtc then. ' 1 are maps and over 600 subjects beautifully illustrated by three- I Frn,n color plates, numerous subjects by monotones, 16 pages of l&aSS'oc educational charts and the latest United States Census. Present "' ao at this office SIX Coancatire CertifieU af AparecMiM mi At 7aC The $3.99 It is exactly the New as ue . book, ex- t.0O IMMfl CafSH binding which is in BICTIONARY " leather. IBs4ra4ed ? olive lEaaeaie edges and iBoawof with sottare corners. StxAa- r- BredattaB Certificates aad the oXC Any Basic hy KaS. )MMaiflMMiO(H000BfttMM$ GUNTER HOTEL! SAX ANTONIO, TEXAS. Absolutely Fireproof, Modern, European. RATS $1.50 TO $4.00 A HOTEL BUILT FOR THE CLIMATE PERCY TYRRELL. MGR i MIGHT. 212 SAX AKTOXIQ ST. 'HACK AUTO STAXD Oaaeatte Hotel Pas Del Narte an W. Saa Astasia St. Pheaesi 440 302 1818 TRANSFER Storage im paerang ay cawm 1054. ALL GOOD 7 PASBHOiflt AUTOS FOR HIRE Best Service Polite Attention $3 PER HOUR Sl 3f eaa Ave. Eooms 50c to $1.50 per day. 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