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EL PASO HERALD
(5 u 3. I Oil Showt7igs Found In Well NearAmarillo DSWELL PLANS CELEBRATION n stil .N JC Feb. 11. Roeweil Is 10 Ya. e a bis celebration when the National Exploration company spuds fn a few miles south of thia city. The l-nck is practically completed and . zw -r" n cumc io osea in uus t en ttcl1 . c naTtiiy rn f hA PAnnri InA ' M A .,.. aa.at.-aa.a Aaa Hjtvrjul to exact dat for the beginning ot ope- Texas to the present time The oil AmiriUo, Texas, Feb. 13. Both oil and gas showings have been encount ered in the Matador Petroleum com pany's well in Motley county, which Is now drilling near 1790 feet. The pay is expected within the next 500 feet. This well Is situated on one of rations has not vet been set. but plans for a monster celebration are ready under way. OTt STAXDOG IV 1VEIX Bnjwnwood. Texas, Feb. 13. Oil Is Btarding within 800 feet of the top of the 2330 foot well on tne Jonn L velv stirrer, four miles west of May a-"l about 22 mflos from Brownwood. Tl . -well will be hurried to com pie frnn. EI 130 $eed C.' 1320 Catalog now cad j. Write or call for a copy. Adv. Cnrtia CO buy Liberty Bonds. Adv. GO Koxaied Iran increase tireccth" and endcrasce of deLcste, aerrotxi rna-doyn people in two iredcs tune is cany in stances. Ir faaj bees used and endorsed yr such jnen a fonaer United States Senator and Vice-Presidential Nominee, Char'es A. Towne: former Health Cm nussicner Wm. RKerr of Cakago; Un.ted Store T-odjpe G. W. Ancmson of the Co-art of Claims of Washington; If race Tan PaHerewxkx. Ex-Premier of Fo'-ard and Master Pianist, and others. Ask vtraf doetnr or druett ahoct ft. ahowine has created much interest. The company is spudding In a sec ond well, seren miles north of Mata dor, Motley county, and eight miles cast of its No. 1. NEW MEXICAN SAYS DE SOTO PARISH PROMISES OIL FIELD De Soto parish is one of the most Dromiatne oil fields in Louisiana. according to J Porter Jones, of Santa Fe. N M, who Is interested in oil companies in Louisiana and. north Texas. Mr Jones arrived in El Paso last night. i n He states that active drilling is I , .. I. .a .-,.I.u. . l tl t V HWBICUlfl IU IVU0I1IIO . filiu i ranges 14 and II west. In De Soto parish, this area being situated be tween Caddo and Bull Bayou. Some of the wells now drilling within 20 miles of this center. Mrs. Jones says, are New and Cowden, section 28: Bender and Williams, section 17; IPapps Oil company, section 32: Gart j land el aL. section 1 . Long and Lewis I (location), section 14, township 14. I range IS west. Ertel Oil company: section to, townsnip i norm, rang 14 west " WELL NEAR STRAWN, TEXAS, STRIKES LARGE GAS FLOW I Eastland. Texas. Feb. 12. Eight ' miles sonth of Strawn. the Texas & Pacific Coal and Oil company's No. 1 1 Gamer well is flowing 6e.000.000 cubic feet of wet gas daily. Produc- !. taw nAV&sisitihay "Im wevaall lass iiuu M iuvi foiufc auu n -caa ass located south of Mingns In Erath county and opens up a larfee new tract. Already operators are hasten ing to that district to buy up all available acreage. Ml GASES OF M1 NOW Says We Must Keep Feet Dry, Avoid Exposure and Eat Less Heat UMOXISTS WIS ELECTION. London. Eng- Feb. 13. In 'the by election for the Aaton-Under Lyne constituency to ml the seat made vacant In the nous of commons by the elevation of Sir Albert Stanley to the peerage. Sir Walter de Freece. the coalition Unionist candidate, won by a comparatively narrow margin. Drill Progress Around Pecos Is Going Forward Pecos. Texas, Feb. 12. Pecos has ten deep tests drilling or preparing to drill, the development being in widely distributed areas, insuring a thorough test during tHe coming season. Two tests are watched with inter est at the present time. They are the Laura well of the Sunshine Oil com pany and the Bell well of the Dixie land syndicate. The former is re ported to be 1480 feet deep, where wa fer forced a shut down until It could be shut off. Thursday tae management started cementing the hole and drilling will be resumed as soon as the cement ph. TAnra f. in section 17. block 4, H. & G N. At SCO feet, oil amounting .. stum, ..v.n tvarrela aauv was en- MnniHMi in th Bell well at a depth of 520 feet. At this point the drillers are setting the 10-ineh casing. Among the otner weus aritaiuK in m.mi.nnn u arm are nc n Oil company's No. 1, section 22. block J Jn4ilr t-MTM1 HTIO IBIiaiUBE IlMt- chinery; King well, section 48. block 4. shut down at 00 feet: Citizen's Oil tt Gas company No. 1. Scrap File 71, south of block 2. H. &"G. K. derrick up waiting for machinery: Texoiland syndicate No. 1, section C block 2. building derrick: El Paso Saragosa No. 1. section 177, block 12. H. & G. N- erecting derrick. In Loving county, which is part of the Pecos field, the Leeman No. 1 of the Sunshine company, is drilling in section 30. block 78. In Ward county to the east, the Sunshine well in section lit. block 24. Is drilling and in the same county In section IS. Hock 1. the Rates No. 1. of the Toyah Vs-lley Oil company has erected Its derrick and Is Installing machinery. TULSA SPEEDS L I Oil has been struck in the first sand of the Bel welt, about Ss miles from the Laurel well, according to a message received in El Paso from John Hfbbon, editor of the Peoos Enterprise. The message states both oil and gas were encountered and when struck burned three or four feet. The well Js snid to be flowing; at 10 or 15 barrels per oay 'ice noie was sank to a depth of 5S7 feet at the time sand was hit. It is situated on section 24, block i, H. A G. N. B- R- survey in Reeres county, and was located by Ira G. BelL creolosrist of Cbicaec and presi dent of the Dixieland company. Tulsa. Okla., Feb 13 Drilling hast been speeded to such an extent dor-' Ing the past several days of fair weather that many wells tlwoughout the state are nearlng the sand. At! the same- time many wells hare been t completed. ! Interest in the Walters field Is growing more exciting each day with the progress of the National Oil and Development company's well In the! southwest quarter of section 11-26-, 11 w. Several days sgo oil began I flowing over the casing of this well,' creating much new Interest west oft Walters. In this same section the Blackstock and Allen So. 1. in the northwest quarter of section 27-2s-1 llw. Is standing on the sand. i Many new completions and the in creasing production in a number of the older wells have brought the daily production of the Okmulgee district to around 1700 barrels. A 400 (barrel well has "been brought in by the Prairie Oil and Gas company In the southeast onarter of section 7-15-11, from a sand encountered at 2619 feet, and extending 26 1 feet. It Is the company's No. 2 on the tract In the same district the K. 4 Ispar hecker of H. P. Wilcox, In section 24-15-11. is raakinr 400 barrels from a sand found at 2720 feet. News Brevities rASTertlftemests.) -v Train TlnHrtln. Texas and Pacific train No. 1. due at 1:45 n. m, was scheduled to arrive at 7:45 p. m. Friday. Texas and Pacific train No. 25. doe at 10:241 p. nt, was scheduled to arrive at 2:28 a. m. A1I other afternoon and night trains were reported og time. Dr. Jamie on. Diseases KIdnev. Blad der, Rectum. Skin. 1018 Mills Bid?. Star off the damp eround. avoid ex posure, kee? feet dry. eat less meat. Irick lots of waler and above all take a spoonful of salts occasionally to keep down uric acid. Rheumatism is caused by poisonous to.n. called uric acid, which is gene rated iq the bowels and absorbed into tbe bloou. It Is the function of the k dnevs to filter this acid from the blood and rast it out in the urine- The pores of the skin are also a means of freeirg the blood of this impurity. In danr and chills cold weather the kin porf s are closed, thus forcing the kid-r-" to do double work, thev become T'-arv and sluggish and fail to elimin-. ie this uric acid which keep accu- r-ulatng and circulating through thei c 5t'n. eventually settling in the J- ns end muscles causing stiffness,) soreness ana pain caueo rneumaiism. t he first twinge of rheumatism gt from any pharmacy about four, ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon ful in a glass of water and drink be-' fore breakfast each morniiu? for a weV Thin is said to eliminate uric acid hv stimulating the kidneys to n rmal action, thus ridding the blood of thes- impurities. Jar" Salts is inexpensive, harmless and is made from the acid of grapes and 'emon mice combined with lithia and is used with excellent results by tnonspids of folks who are subject to rht-Jmatism. Here you have a pleas Br effervescent lithfa-vater drink which overcomes uric acid and is .rWicial to your kidneys as well. 'KIDDIE'S CROUP MUST BE CHECKED i Dr. King'i New Ducovery wiH Jo that Tery thiag-, eas3y an i qsiekly D" !. i THE BIG IN TAILORING RepoHs Theft of Car. J. B. Moore, who lives at Fort Bliss, reported to the police Thurs day that his Overland touring car had been stolen. He furnished a de scription of the car and the stolen car bureau eececiives are working on the case. f'The Store That Sells For Less"- Dr D.E Smallhorst. 404 Rbts -Banner Eldg. Diseases of stomach, intestines. Assigned to Xew Post. Gen. Rlcardo Gonial V. has been assigned commander of the federal forces in the Leguna district, sue ceedlng Gen. Cesareo Castro, who. It Is annonnced, will hold down an Im portant position in the war depart ment. El Paso Se& CoVslS20 Catalog now ready. Write or cajl for & copy. ST say, "Poor little votuurster wish 1 knew what to do for vcufW Just give a little Dr. King's New Discovery as directed end the croupy-congh won't linger. A o.d is not to be footed with. Get arter it at once. Txn?n the conges tion, the phlegm -stuffiness, and the throat-torture, A family remedy for colde, oyigha, grippe, and kindred attacks. Fifty , years a fnend to cold-sufferers. Fifty years of hiphest quality. 60c and $150 ' a bottle all drugjjisis. ; BoweJc ob Schedule Time i the bile flowing freely, the ferment ing body poisons eliminated. Dr King's Vew Life Pills make the bowels function regularly and keep the system eieaned of jras"'' impurities 25c a little, all dmfr? st Adv. i We Study These Four Important Points We Meet Each As Follows: Fabric Best ' Style Latest Work Faultless Prices Moderate The new Spring Goods are in and ready for your inspection. . Every garment created cere represents tne highest type of artistic tailoring." Weolford F. Swanson .Manager. .v ,., AS..,, swANSiinrs Oscar E. Ross Designer. Obreir.B to Vlalt Jnares. Interest in tne comfiM? elections In Mexico was farther arMsed ThareJ day when it became known la J.arez, that Gen. Alvaro Osregen, candidate (or the preaUeacr will visit the border town lonowinr Ms stomping; program in ChOraahB Oty. 11. II. Ilendrlek aad O. Income tax specialists, auditors, tt First Na tional Bank BaiMmg- Called Away By lUans. Prank 'Vv;. Friend, Oregon hotel, left El Paso for bis home at Carthage, Mo.. Thursday night, following re ceipt of word that his mother is dan geronsly III with inflaenza at the latter piace. Fw.nB?. W 'VBnsSnnSnW fVBBnllV0 V ' ImsssssS tts m.. j n i n t tt o a meea rami uooas mar Or. Anna Rt, Bockier BMc Pb S77 J. A. Carrel, The Income Tax SBeelal- isx. rormeny wiin incoma Tax XMCt. Iajtemal Revenoe Service. Suite SM--. New Trust Bldg. ' Held In Jaares JalL On a reanert from V-vtna ratv Max Freeman, said to be a native of Poland. Is being held in the Joarez Jail pending farther instruc tions from ths canltaL The natnr of the charges against him are not Known oy tne Jnares authorities. Trnnht.- Avoid trouble. Leave ngsage checks a Longwell's. or telephone No. 1. TTyandotte hatching eggs. Ph. 4St. VISiTING RABBI TO SPEAK AT TEMPLE MOUNT SINAI Rabbi Harrv A. U.rf.ld or k. Hebrew Union congregation at Green ville, Miss, will occupy the pulpit of Temple Mount Sinai this evening at t Rabbi Merfeld came to the city to attend the funeral of hut father inlaw. the late Isaac Haas, and has consented to remain over and address the congregation. He has been active I. t r "r unves, is promment in Elkdom and Masonry and Is a rec ognised leader in his part of Miss i IsstppL KaoDi zieionka has postponed the sermons announced for the next two weeks and will speak on "Heallne ifom a Jewish Standpoint" on Friday. Fchnir. ?n aiul wlti Vak. va rz ' mon on Wells. "Undying Fire" for x-aauaajr, rcorDiry Zt For Coldi. Crip ar Influenza. and as a Preventative, take LAX ATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets l.ook for B. W. GROVES signature nac vw. ,OUJiaT. Atihefirstsignof skintivuble apply Resinol It improves a "poor cotnpfexion and preserves a good one, so that you need no artificial means to enhance your at- i traetiveness. At the first sign cf skin irritation, ci j a biotch orapwnple, itc'img or burning, i apply Resinoa Ointment, and see if tt doesn't bring prompt re tL It con- ' .ams harmless sootrtmp !a Fams, and is so nearly flesh colored tlat it may be used on exposedSBriaces without at tiactmg undue attention. gv dealer teUs it. lurry i When you want prompt and dependable service, we're ready. Paint Dealers, Painters and Cus tomers use your phose and youl. find "there with the goods." No matter what you want in paints, varnishes, enamels, stains, mops, dusters painters supplies comptete you can get it here. You know Gladden by its national reputation. We are makers of the famous Jap-a-Iac House hold , Finishes. Free color cards and painting information at all times. THE GLIDDEN STORES COMPANY Sis Mesa ttrair. -it to City ISa-.ei-iTorLs Office. Phone 30SO tiogwallowLocah By DUXK BOTTS. itrQMiSy nsygc L 'Globe i tore fyews women's new spring suits at $47.50 7 jSSVls!:?fc4.nS ( -K vwiwfl ? a W iN Pain Tel If W Each suit seems to have a style all of fs- own. The coals show the ripple effect, the straight line, Eton and Bolero effects; some of the Skirls are ab solutely plain, while others are fancy; they show the newest trimmings; the materials are tricolines, garbardines, poiret twills, serges, Velours and other pretty weaves; all sizes; truly wonderful values at X47 50 toilet articles 50c Melba'Face Powder 39c 50c Hinds Honey and Almond Cream, 39c 25c Mentholaum, 18c 50c Nadine Face Powder, 39c 50c Palm Olive vanishing or cold cream. 39c 15c Cashmere Bouquet toilet soap, 10c 60c Sem-Pray Jtf-ve-nay, 45c 50c Pompeian Bloom, 39c Jergen's large bath tablets, extra special, 3 for 25c H wonderful hosiery values for . Saturday and Monday's Selling First quality Women's Armor Plate Eose, highly mercerized and foil fashioaed, colors are tan, dark brown, khaki, grey, enata pagiw and black with white clock ing, a 75c hose for 49c Women's Silk and Lisle Mifed Hose, doable bee sd4 toe and lull fashioned, colors are gTey .and cordovan, a $1-50 hose for S3c Women's Fibre SOk Hose, with deep cotton lisle top; tiese may be had in white, black and a full ran-re of colon, a 1M hose for 79c Misses and Children's Medium Ribbed Hose, double heel aod toe, a good wearing, sturdy hoee, in all sizes, colors are white, black ant tan. Specially priced at, the pair 29c. in the women ys section Women's Forest Mills cotton lisle Union Suits, taped tops, knee length, either cuff or shell knee. They may be had with half sleeves or sleeveless, specially priced y fjf for Saturday's and Monday's selling at DC A small lot of women's flesh colored glove silk vests, some embroidered fronts in the lot, band tops or negligee, mostly large sizes, a $3.50 value while the (t C a r lot lasts ...-. tpZ.fi-D Women's Bloomers made of line quality soft nainsook and A. B. C silk, in flesh only. 51.95 quality reduced to $1.45 5Z50 quality reduced to $1.95 $235 quality reduced to $239 Women's Bffly Burk one-piece pajamas, made of fancy crepes. batistes and mesh cloth', neatly trimmed; d " nr $2J0 and $3.00 values at 4 1 ,i0 Extra Special About 100 discontinued models of Kabo Corsets, comprising aH sizes and many styles. These corsets cannot be duplicated on account of the scarcity of the materials. There are values up to $5.00 in the lot. While they last yon d j QJ have unrestricted choice of the lot at p X J O in the men ys section Cawras Work Oaves, heavy weight, with large caffs. Special at,' the pair 15c Cotton Work Sax, in all wanted colon, tfcmete heel and toe. Special, a pair 15c. Medrara and heavy weight ribbed underwear, is either grey or eera, strictly fast quality, and a good wearing garment. Spe cial, the sanaeat, at $1.19. v Leather Work Gloves, wrist length, a saaH tot to dose out. Special at. tt pair $1.10. Pertale Work Shirts, ofcflar attached, is seat stripes, sizes 14 to 17. Special at 95c ' Khaki Work Pants, made of a heavy weight khaki cloth, and extra well made, a ?3.40 pasts. Special at $2.75. All Wool Cassmiere Troasers, in raedram and dark colors, good weight and well tailored. Specially priced at $4.95. Black Sateen Work Shirts, fast colors, cut foil and well made. Specially priced at $1i5. Chalmer's Knit Medium Weight Union Suits, in either white or eera, this let consists of sizes from 44 to W. Specially reduced to $225. In The Underpriced Basement new spring blouses at $2.50&$3.5G A shipment just unpacked of dainty vo3e, batiste and dhn ity stripe- blouses. There are Pierrot neck fnils. plain round and square necks, slip over models and hosts of other styles, short or long sleeves, just as one would prefer hav ing it. There are aH sizes in the collection. Real Globe values at $2.50and$3.50 merchandise of merit greatly underpiced Yard Wide Muslin 29c the yard Good As Gold is the name of the brand, a nice quality, soft finished, bleached muslin: a 35c value; special OQ at. the yard 7C (Limit 10 yards) Double Fold fimil 25c the yard About 50 pieces in the lot. aH new and pretty patterns; our regular 35c qsal- JC iry; special, yard. ."3C (Limit 0 yards) 2x9 Pepperel Sheets, a quality so weO known it needs no far ther comment. Specially priced at $1.95. 86c quality heavy Turkish Bath Towels, is fancy weave with either pisk or blue borders. Specially priced at 65c. SSx80 Medium Weight Crochet Hemmed Spreads, is nice fancy weaves, our regular till spread. Specially priced $1.95. Wearwell, 78x88 extra heavy hemmed Crochet Spreads, is pret ty designs, our regular $4. Spread. Specially priced, $195. 45x36 .Hemmed Pillow Cases, made of a good quality casing. Specially priced at 49c. women's high grade boots at $4.95 About 200 pair of women's boots to be closed out. In the lot you wiH find plain black, grey, champagne, field mouse, tan and cordovan. The leathers are fiae quality -kids and calfskins, in tow. -fitediuis and French, heels, most of them have cravenette tops. These boots sold regu lar at $7.50 to $10.00. While the lot lasts you have your choice at $4 95 1725 Feather Mixed 2 Found Pillows, covered with fancy tick, a very good pillow for rooming bouses and sleeping porches. Specially priced at 98c Infants' Crib Comforts, filled with 160 new carded cotton, silkoline covered. Specially priced at $1.39. Infants' Crib or Boggy Pads, quitted and of good size. Specially priced at 69c t Soft Dot Baby Pillows, covered with pink or bks satiae. SpeetsJlT priced at 75c. r Bungalow Aprons, made of heavy percale, ia stripes, dots and solid colors; these are extra well aade and trimmed, eat veiy faB, and come in regular and extra sires, trimmed with buttons, rie rae braid sockets and belt, a $3.50 vahie reduced to $255. Cereal ine Petticoats, cut extra, foil is seat stripes and dots, scal loped bottoms and ruffle trimmed. Specially priced at $1.29. ladies hose Women's Fast Black Cotton Lisle Hose, double heel and toe, a good wearing quality. Specially O O priced at, a pair J3C FfiUflX 8E56" OOE. OVZBIAJTD.a rOBAIiDEPTS THE GLOBE AS J&CTHTO St3 for the little tots Infants' Medium Weight Cotton Ribbed Tests, high seek, long sleeves, sises 3 months to 3 years, our 40c r7:..59:. $1.00 'The Store That Sells For Less' ! 14 Years Ago Today I I (Sim Tke -Iirald ot Tkls Date. aOoo f REPORTS from St. Petersburg sbow that rumors that the revolution ists are massing: have caused the government ofllclals to adopt precautionary measures. All main approaches to St. Fetersbnrg are guarded with heavy guns. Heports from Washington say the A SUBSCRIPTION is being taken up among the liberal hearted people at Tickville for the benefit of their jailer, who has been at the point of starvation for the past several months. , Dock Hocks, oar tnnvinz and trust worthy blacksmith, was over at Tick ville the other aight and aeadentallyj auenara a. concert wnere a laoy sang seme grand opera. He says she may be a fine singer but be bets she never saw over three live cows in her whole life. Yam Sims has found something new in arithmetic. He says if a person will take July 1 and January 16 and add tnem cp he will have a total of noth ing. To Wash Away Those Wrinkles and Crowsfeet If your face is dtiflcred with wrisalea. no matter what Ulo cause yon can quickly dispel every lhs. even the moat obctlamte. by ttshic a simple, home-made wash lotion. Uerely dlualTe an ounce "i pewaeretz Mxoute In a cair pint witch hasel narodlents fosnd in any druc More. Bathe rbe face la this, sad i.to' yon ncareely bclre ,mr own eyre when yon look into your mirror and behold the marvolosc tranaf ormatloQ ' The remarkable aatainsent action of the aaioUte so tlxhtena the akin wrtnklu are literally pressed oat. Be of sIL this result Is not Bar!v ,..u.m fn. th lotion also has a healthful tonic ac tion, wh eh tends to strengthen and tone np the weakened Ussse. and added benefit may be expected with continued no Use this once a day for awhile it cannot In jure the most delicate skin. The t-eat-nent Itself leaves no trace po one ruesses the secret of your Increaslnr vonthfnl 1 wedding ot JOsa Alice Ttoosevelt to representative nicttoua IaongwoTth will take place at the white house, Febraaj-r 17. Mrs. W. E. Llpsoeomh. ot Los Anse- les. and ner slater, Mrs. Stevenson, oi uainari. aexas. went down to Cnl hnahna on a pleasure trip yesterday. New white trash cans have been placed In San Jacinto plaza by the Civic Improvement league. Policeman Charles McDonald, who was removed from the force some time bo lor aiscnarging tils revolver In his rooming house and who was re Instated 'yesterday, patrolled bis old post on San Antonio street today. The county commissioners this morning canvassed the vote cast at the recent election for (TharlM rtevia. jr, for representative In the 100th renresentative district, ami rfM.iar.Mt him elected. The total vote cast was 218. Mr. Davis had no opponent. Mr. Davis Is ill In hotel Dleu. Trains are aarain marine nn that Southern Pacific, after one of the most serious washout blockades that line nas sutxerea in several months. H. H. Harder, of this eltv. has lust returned from Tampico, where he baa closed a deal for 10.000 acres of land. Gradually the fund for the Improve ment of the grounds of the Aoy school is growing, chiefly throug-h the aid of the Mexican residents of the second nard. NAME "BAYER" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN i Bayer introduced Aspirin to physicians 18 years ago. I.' To Fortify tke System Against Colds, f.rln nad Inflaenaa take GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC. It Purifies and Enriches the Blood It Builds up and Strengthens the Whole System It Portlfloa the System Against Colds, Grip and In- f Ya w V Bayer Tablets of Aspirin to be genuine must be marked with the ssfety -Bayer Cross" Then yoa are getting the true, world-famous As pirin. DraSCrlbaari h, nhMl.l... ... over is years. AlWam bUV on Uhmtaa . ..a.. ... of '.Bftr Tablets of Aspirin which contains proper directions to safely relieve Colds Headache. Tootha.-he Eara.-he. Neuratma, Lombago. Rrau matlsm. Neuritis. Joint Pains anl Pain genera a Handy tin -it,s of twelve tab'ets cost but a re- cents. Druggists a!" sell larger "Bayer- packages Aspirin Is the trade mark of Baver Mar Jra tore of Moroaeeticacidesfer of SsJici Itcacid. Adv Use Herald Want Ada Use Herald Want Ad carance Adv. I iiucum, nue Bit as.