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FARM NEWS. SOUTHWESTERN DEVELOPMENT
BUI HAS
CACTUS CAU
Prices Now Offered Are Net
ting Owner $15 Yearly
For Each Plant.
Bowie, Ariz, Nov. 12. C. G. Bray, a
local farmer, has a small cactus ear
den which Is attracting considerable
attention here. He has the best frult
lnir variety of Burbank spineless.
The plant, are now two yean i old.
They are almost as high a a man s
head and average more .than 38 slabs.
or leaves, to the plant. The planU pur
chased from the Burband nursery eost
2MraCBray has been offered SO cents
each for the slabs on his plants At
this ate he could" clear 18 per plant
on the cacti In two years.
im. Studied Cactus Culture
He has made a reful estimate of
the amount of forage per " "'' "-"
will produce. The rows should, be
r.Z feet snarl and the plants three
feet aDart In each row. In tne seconu
yearthly produce SO slabs to the pfant
which roV&es 48.306 slabs. At one and
a half pounds each this would be S7
'Theneirs'" this cacti are' an ex
celtontxSS Wng used Prfj-P.'"
preserves and Jellies. They find a
readv sale and a .considerable amount
would be reused from these on one
acre of ground.
Alpine, Tex . Nov. IS Celery 22 niches
long was raised and marketed by J.
B Spence on the old Edwards place
just east of Alp.ne. Mr. Spence also
is raising and marketing other un
usually large and fine vegetables, and
is demonstrating that the oll and cli
mate here are especially adapted to the
successful growing of garden truck.
Seasonable rains have made the crops
in the Alpine country excellent this
'ear and farmers are finding ready
sale for their products.
CURB STOCK COMMITTEE
DISSOLVES; WORK DONE
. w York. Nov 12. The committee
on unlisted or curb stocks, which was
formed soon after the opening of tne
var to exercise supervision over pur-
bases and sales of these issues, was
dissolved today. The stock exchange
committee stated that because of the
improvement In the general financial
situation there no longer remained any
reason for the continuance of the com
mittee. A
The ordinary oost or a. Want Ad In
TheBl Paso Herald Is M cents. It
reaches an average of about 86.00p
readers each issue.
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SEEDBFELnSB
HUG LOST
Finely Flavored Product of
the Valley Disappeared
When Water Stopped.
LOST The seed of the El Paso onion
lost many years ago in the El Paso
valley. Reward If returned to MaJ. "tt.
J Fewel.
The El PaBO onion and the mission
grape, two of the El Paso valley's most
famous products, have disappeared
from the market and many older LI
Pasoans, who knew the fine flavor or
the mission grapes and the equally
fine flavor of the El Paso onion, long
for these two products of the lower
valley which became famous through
out two republics.
The old timers differ as to the exact
date when the El Pa5.tniSnthf v??lev
be a commercial product of the vallej.
Mai. W. J. Fewel, who offered a re
ward of & for anyone wfco would
bring him the seed of the El raso on
lon"lays that the onion disappeared at
the same time that the water was
taken out of the river in the upper
reaches and the native ranchers were
forced to abandon their onion farms
and mission grape vineyards. Other
ninnocr, sav that it was not more man
10 years ago that the El Paso onion
disappeared and that Uie mission
grape may be found in a few places in
the valley even at this time, although
it has disappeared as a commercial
commodity.
El Paso Onion Once Famous.
The El Paso onion was the m"st fa
mous product ever grown in the i.1
Paso valley, even excelled the canta
loupe, which became famous in recent
v-o Tt wae a silver white onion.
had a fine, sweet flavor and was with
out a trace or fire in it. The onion
grew to a large size and Al Howard
says he has seen them which meas
ured 11 1-2 lBChes across. They were
shipped to-the east and to all parts or
Texas and commanded the highest price
on the markets of the country, being
especially sought by the easterners,
who bought them in boxes. It is even
said that they were sold on the fruit
stands in New York Just as fruits and
melons were offered.
Like the cantaloupe, which took Its
place in popular favor among the prod
ucts of the El Paso valley, the El
Paso onion's fine flavor depended upon
the quality of the seed from which It
was grown. Father Ortiz, the revered
nrioat of the Ysleta. church, was said to
! have made it his work to raise the seed
of the El Paso onion and to dlsmouie
it among his parishioners as long as
he lived. In this way the standard of
the onion seed was kept up. But after
he died the older residents of the val
ley say, the 'seed became mixed with
th Bermuda and other onion stocks
and became Inferior in flavor. The
onion stock Is said fo have run down
until it was finally lost entirely.
o Seed Obtainable.
In spite of the reward. MaJ. Fewel
was unable to find a single seed or
the famous onion. He heard that there
was some in the San Lorenzo settle
ment, on the Juarez side of the river,
but has never been able to obtain any
of the seed. SeTeral years ago Z. T.
White wished to plant some of this
seed on his ranch and asked the late
D. M. Payne to get him some. Mr.
Payne, who was then in the commis
sion business, sent to the interior of
Mexico, where he had heard that the
seed was grown. But it was sterile
and failed to ecrmlnate. Charles Ste,-f
ens also made an effort to get some of
the seed, but failed, although Mrxow
ensteln, of Ysleta, told him .that it
could be had at one place iy'he Juarez
valley, but it was never found. He says
that there Is an onion, seed that Is
shipped here from Michigan which is
called the El Paso onion seed, but It
did not produce the same onion as the
one the pioneers knew.
Col. Eugene Van Patten, of Las Cru
ces, says that there Is an onion grown
by the Indians near Mesilla Park which
resembles the El Paso onion, but which
is red in color.
DOUBLES ACREAGE
OF WINTER OATS
Alamogordo, N. M., Nov. 12. The
Alamogordo Improvement company has
Just finished planting 77 acres In win
ter oats. The company last spring
harvested an average of more than SO
bushels to the acre, from the 32-acre
tract near La Lui. The management
was so much pleased with this big
yield that the acreage has been more
than doubled.
BOMB EXPLODES, JUDGE
INTENDED VICTIM. BELIEF
New York, Nov. 12. Judge Louis D.
GIbbs, who presided in a number of
white slave cases recently in which
foreigners were involved, is believed to
be the intended victim of one of two
bomb explosions-Wednesday night The
first explosion occurred alongside the
Bronx borough court house and dil
much damage to the building. The
shock of the explosion was felt blocks
away
Judge Gibbs, at the time of the ex
plosion, was preparing to leave his
chambers in the building in company
with his private secretary, Samuel Phil
lips. The judge was shaken by the concus
sion but escaped injury.
The police said the bomb was of the
time explosive type and was set to go
off at about the hour Judge Gibbs
usually left his chambers.
Shortly after the bomb had exploded
at the court house, a second explosion
blew 'up In front of the office of city
marshal John C. Hoefllng, nearby.
Hoefllng had Just left his office. He
was not hurt.
Sportsmen !
your every need in Guns,
fs? Ammunition and Hunting uiotn-
send us your man orders.
Many Books Are Added To Local Library
More Than 350 Volumes, Covering Wide Range, of Thought, Are How Ready
for Distribution.
More than 360 new books, covering
a wide range of subjects, have been re
ceived recently by the local -library.
Included In the lot are 150 books for
children and 100 books of Action. All
of these bpoks are now oh the shelves
and ready for distribution.
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First annual report.
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information.
Who's who in America, 1911-1915.
General IVorKS.
Bostwlck, A. K.. American public
library.
Richardson, E. C, Beginnings of
libraries.
Philosophy, Psychology and Ethics,
Allen, A. L.. Message of new thought.
Allen, W. IL, Modern philanthropy.
Austin, Mrs. M. H., Love and the soul
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day and tomorrow.
Hall, Bolton, Mastery of grief.
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Munstcrberg. Hugo, Psychology, gen
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Seashore, C F., Psychblogy In daily
life.
Religion.
Ayer, J. C, Source book for anoient
church history.
Banks, E. J., Bible and the spade.
Coler, B. a. Two and twq make four.
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Rose, H. R., Outside of the cup.
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man.
Socialism and Political Economy.
Antln, Mary, They who knock at our
gates.
Beard, C. A., Economic interpretation
of the constitution of the U. S.
Boyle, James, Minimum wage and
syndicalism.
Brandeis, L. D., Other people's money.
Clay, S. H City building.
Conway, Thomas, Operation of the
new bank act.
Cowles. X D.. Art of story telling.
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woman. v
Gulick, S. L., American Japanese
problem.
Howe, Mrs. J. W., Julia Ward Howe
and the suffrage movement.
Hughan, J. w.. Facts of socialism.
Judson, K. B.. Myths and legends of
the great plains. '
Kales, A. M, Unpopular government
in the V. S.
Kawakami. K, IC, Asia at the door. ,.
McKeever, W. A., industrial training
of the boy.
Mozans, H. J Women la science.
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their valor. ,
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book.
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unionism and socialism.
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religious conditions, 1912.
Strong, Joslah, Challenge of the city.
Stuart, J. B., Education of Catholic
girls.
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Weaver, E. W., Vocations for girls.
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Zueblin, Charles, Decade of civic Im
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Berlitz, M. D.. Metodo Berlitz.
Worman, J. H. and Monsanto, H. It,
First Spanish book.
Science.
Chapman. F. M., Color key to North
American birds.
Fabre, J. H. C, Life of the fly.
Gibson. W. H.. aecrets out of doors.
Ober, iF. A., Crusoe's island.
Useful Art".
Abbott, A. V., Electrical transmission
of energy.
Carleton. William, New lives for old.
CasselL R. J., Art of collecting.
Child, Mrs. G. B., Efficient kitchen.
Clark, Alexander, Diseases of the
human feet.
Dalcroze, E. J., Eurythlnics.
Davenport, C. B., Heredity in relation
to nnirenics.
Delano, J. A., American Red Cross
textbook on elementary hygiene.
Harris. D. F.. Nerves.
Hatfield, H. R., Lectur.es on commerce
Hodgson, F. T-, Modern carpentry;
2 vols.
Kinne, Helen, Foods and household
management.
Lusk. Graham, Fundamental basis of
nutrition. ...
McCann. A. W.. Starving America.
Mills, J. C, Searchlights on some
American Industries.
McClure, Abbott, Making built-in
furniture.
Montgomery, E. XJ., Corn crops.
Muller, R. W., Hair; Its nature,
growth and most common affectrbns.
Murray, C. H., Practice of osteopathy.
Noyes, William, Design and eonsi ruc
tion In wood.
Olin, W. H., American irrigation
farming.
Page, V. W., Questions and answers
relating to modern automobilo design.
Parsons, F. A., Principles of adver
tising arrangement
Pusey, W. A., Care of the skin and
Richardson, Better babies and their
care. ,
Robinson, C. M., Width and arrange
ment, of streets.
Saleeby. C W., Progress of eugcnlrs
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EL PASO HERAXD
Singleton, Esther, Furniture of our
refathers. i
tnA .tu mill anontf.
Andrews, Charlton, Drama, of today,
trr-har. William, Play-making.
Averill. Mary, Japanese
flower ar-
Burtonf Richard.
New American
n,i Vjimnn.
Daly Maurice, Billiard book.
i?al,i,r" wioio House in cood taste.
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oriental ruBS. ,,, in .
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Vtfrhy M. C, Athletic training.
PaVrV B U. Two great art epochs.
Talbot. F. A., Moving pictures.
Ti?lfn.'E. L. Dancing, ancie.
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Waugh. F. A.. The landscape beautiful
Wetwikampf. Frank, How to appre
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Bennett. E. A., Honeymoon,
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HoiSton. Stanley, Hindle wakes.
Houfman and Barker, Prunella.
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Barr, A. E, Playing with fire.
Beach, Rex, Auction block.
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Chambers, R. W, Quick action.
Conrad, Joseph, Chance.
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Crockett, s. R, Sandy.
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van. V
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Deenlne. G. W.. White gate.
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Doyle, A. C, Poison belt
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Fillmore, Parker, Rosie world.
Ford, P. L., Honorable Peter Stirling.
Foster, Maximilian, Keeping up ap
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Gillmore, R. H., Opal pin.
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Haggard. H. R., Wanderer's necklace.
Hannay, J. O, Lost tribes.
Hannay, J. O, Simpklns plot
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Henry, O.. Heart of the west.
Herrlck, Robert, Clark's field.
Hewlett M. H, Bendish.
Hlnkson. K T., Mesalliance.
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London, Jack, Adventure. .
Lowndes, Mrs. M. A. B., End of her
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Lytton, E. G., Last days of Pompeii.
McCall, Sidney, pseud, Ariadne of
Allan Water.
McCiitcheon, G. B., Black is white.
McCutcheon, G. B, Prince of Grau3
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Martin, Mrs. H. R, Barnabetta.
Mason, A. E. W Witness for the de
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Maxwell, W. B.. My wife's hidden life.
Neville, E. C, Father Tom of Conne
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Norrfs, Kathleen,-The treasure.
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Parker, Gilbert, You never know your
luck.
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seventeen.
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fourth ot June.
Slnclalr.'S. M., Flying V ranch.
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Sterfett F. R,, Jam girl.
Tarkingym. Booth, Penrod.
Tlnayre, lime. Marcelle, Madelaine at
her mirror.
Van Schaick, George, Sweetapple
cove.
Vorse. Mrs. M. M H.. Heart's country.
Walpole, Hugh, Fortitude.
Walpole, Hugh, The gods and Mr.
Perrln.
Ward, J. M. H., Horace Blake.
Webster. H. K., Butterfly.
Wells, H. G, World set free.
Wiseman. N. P. a, cardinal, Fablola.
Wright H. B. Eyes of the world.
Children' Fiction.
Altsheler, J. A.. Guns of Bull Run.
Altsheler, J. A., Guns of Shiloh.
Barbour, R. H.. Benton's venture.
Blaisedell, M. F.. Twilight town.
Blanchard, A. B, Elizabeth, Betsy,
and' Bess.
Breitenbach. L. MU Alma's junior year.
Brooks, E. S, Under the allied flags.
Brown, E. A, Uncle Davld'.s boys.
Biown, E. A., When Max came.
Brown, Julia. Enchanted peacock.
Burgess, T. W, Boy scouts of Wood
craft camp.
Channon, F. E, Henley on the battle
line.
Cherubinl, E., Tinocchio under the
sea.
Curtis, A. T, Marjorie on Beacon HilL
Curtis, A. T, Story of cotton.
Fltzhugh, P. K., For Uncle Sam, boss.
Grinneil, G. B., Jack, the young cow
boy.
GrlswoId.Ldtta, JJeering of Deal.
Gould, E. L, Felicia visits.
Hnnlrt R T. TJttl VoUv FreAtlSa
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Huntlhgton, I. M., Garden of .heart's
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Kipling, Rudyard, Jungle book.
Kipling. Rudjard, Boy stories.
Knipe, Mrs. E. B, Beatrice of Dene
wood. Lang, Andrew, ed. Strange story
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Leamy, Edmund, Fairy minstrel of
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Malone. P. B., West Point yearling.
Page, Margaret, Irt childhood land.
Peattie, E. W., Azalea at Sunset Gap.
Peattie, E. W, Edda and the oak.
Perkins, L. F, Irish twins.
Pumphrey, M. B, Stories of the pil
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Remick, G. M, Glenloch girls at
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Stratemeyer, Edward. With Taylor on
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Taggart, M. A., Her daughter Jean.
Tappan, E. M, House with the silver
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Thompson, Vance, Mouse colored road.
Tomlirison, E. T.. Young sharpshooter.
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Wade. M. II.. Dolls of many lands.
Weatherly, F. A.. Book of gnomes.
Wells, uaroiyn, pattys irienos.
Wells, Carolyn, Patty's social season.
Wesselhoeft E. F. P, Laddie, the
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Williams, Hawley, Winning hit
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Wyss, J. D, Swiss Family Robinson.
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Asbjornsen, P. C, Popular tales from
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Asbjornsen, J
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field.
Baker. E. K-,
Bond A. R-. Scientific American Boy.
Boutet de Monvel, L. M, Joan or Ar&
Boutet de Monvel, L. M, Boy me-
C Brooks, E. K. True story otLafayotte.
Chapman, J. J, Four plays for chil-
rc"arke, H. A, Child's guide to myth
ology. Colum, Padralc, Boy In Eirinn.
Comstock, F. A., Dramatic version of
Greek myths and hero tales.
DeShlelds, J. T., Border wars of
Duncan, R. B., Brave deeds of Revo
lutionary soldiers.
Du Fuy, W. A, Uncle Sam, wonder,
Fraser, C. C, Every boy's book of
handicraft
Hardy, M. E, Little king and the
nrincess true.
Harrison, E. O., Enchanted house.
Homer, Achilles and Hector.
Im Bang, Korean folk tales.
Johnston. Clifton, editor. Book of
fairy tale bears.
Knox. T. W, Adventures of two
youths in Ceylon and India.
Macy, J. C, Young people's history of
music.
Mathews. Basil, Splendid quest
McDonald. Mrs. E. A. B, Colette In
France.
McFee, Mrs. I. N. C, American herqes
from history.
Miller, Joaquin. True bear stories.
Mills, J. C, Searchlights on some
American industries.
Morley, M. W, Will O' the wasp.
Noyes, William, Design and construc
tion in wood.
Olcott, F. J, Story-telling poems.
Pogany. Nandor, ' Hungarian fairy
book. .
Rolt-Wheeler, F. W, Boy with the U.
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Shafer, D. C, Harper's beginning
electricity.
Sharp, D. L, Beyond the pasture, bars.
Sloane, T. O, Electric toymaklng.
Smith. M. E, Holland stories.
Upton, G. P., Argonautlc expedition
and the labors of Hercules.
Upton. G. P , In music land.
VerrllL A. H . Harper's wireless book.
Wagstaff, Mrs. B. S, Colonial plays
for the school room.
Warde. Margaret, Betty Wales girls
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Washburne, M. F, Old fashioned
fairy tales.
Wlgtfin, K. D, Tales of wonder.
Williams, Miracles of science.
Williamson, Margaret John and
Betty's Irish history visit
BERINO RANCHER TO TAKE UP
HOG RAISING ON BIG SCALE
Chamberlno. N. M.. Nov. 12. W. J.
Storts, of Kyle, Tex, .has been spending
a few days at his ranch. He has been
experimenting with hogs the past sea
son and now has decided to put in more
Improvements and go into the business
extensively. ,,
A. W. CrowdejJjMiabHSK alfalfa to
the w filL1 w'ar'Pa n
I IleS"PTwre of Carrisozo, is iookiur ai
"t"ler his farm which he purchased fro
E. W. NeviU. He expects 10 ieeu a"
hay to cattle this coming year.
-T TT tVallane WK 11D the W6St Side
buying hogs to fatten lorraarket
Several rarmers are finishing their I
fifth cutting of alfalfa. I
Frank wood aroe inw nn wim
a load of ehoice alfalfa from tie Want
ranch.
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Building Permits.
To Phoenix-El Paso Bondls? company.
repair fire loss, estimated value .
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To J. C HOB. lor IM unwwi u . ..
buocakiW on Ore street; estimated value
tlfttf.
To R. Benavides. to bolld a frame ware
house on lots 1 and z. block S, Campbell's
addition, estimated value 1.
Deeds Hied.
Ysleta townslte Francisco SWU and Pa
blo Soils to T. H. Patterson, a tract of
land containing J.S acres In Ysleta grant,
gl Paso county; consideration SUM; 0t
North side of Memphis, between Division
and Oourchesne street H. J. MeCleraenU
and wife to the Maryland Healty company,
lots 7 and 8. block SS. Altnra. addition, con
sideration 110: Oct M, 1914.
South side of Arisona between Vermont
street and Golden Hill terraee Mountain
side Realty company to M. CoWentz. lots
14. IS and IS. block 7. Golden Hill; consid
eration 450: Not 9, 1914.
Socorro grant P. Armendariz and Flll
berta de Acosta to B. Armendariz, a trst
of land containing 4.95 acres in to EU
zario grant. Bl Paso county; eeosWeratlon
JI: July 6. 1911. . .
South side of Missouri, between Atwe and.
Octavia streets W. J. Waraock to O- C.
Coles, lot 4 and westerly foar feet of let
z, block 6, Franklin HelghU; conoWeratlon
J60; Nov. 11, 1914.
North side of Memphis, between Russell
and Lowell streets T. W. Coeley to A.
Courchesne. lots 5, S. 7. 8, 9, 1. 11. 1J. "
and 14. block S. Altura Park; considera
tion $10; Nov 9. 1914.
Automobiles Licensed.
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