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KJL PASO HERALD Friday, Feb. 20, 1920. 5 JISK B0MD5 FDR - RECLAMATION Washington, D C Feb. 30 Recla- ation of unused lands in the west i d south through bon issues, oper i ingrsimiSar to the federal farm loan 'vstera, would be authorized by a bill -u reduced by senator Fletcher. Dem--.rat, Florida. A similar' measure will be offered In the bouse b rep resentative Smith. Republican, Idaho L'nder the plan $20,000.00 worth r bonds mould be sold the first year, 0 00.0'(i the second $40 000 000 the iiird and 150 000,000 the fourth year, itli a total not exceeding $35eJMM, uftj T The measure represents the con cert of action of the south and the west for a preat national rather than a sectional plan BI Paso Seed Co.' i30 Catalog now ready. Write or call tor a copy. dv Week End Children's Specials This Week End sale of a line of Pat ent Lfeather turn sole shoes in two runs only, sizes 8J to 1 1 and y2io2,lolh on an orthopedic broad toe with White Reignskin cloth lops high lace style Easily kept looking nice and clean Very dressy. Priced 8J2 to 1 $3.39 y2io2 $4.39 COPPERS MIKE SLIGHT CAINS' General Motor led today's bullish market, showing a galsL. of IS points b noon. Mexican Petroleum ad vanced six points and Texas Oil two points, according to J. S. Cnrtlss A Co, Sheldon lobby. In the coppers Utah gained two points. Anaconda 24, points and American Smelter two points. Wbile the rest of that list all shared frac tionally in the advance. On the ctirb New Cornelia was ?0 bid offered at 21. Sales of Magma Chief were reported at U. Gadsden & point, being 154 bid. offered at . Cnrb Opper Mocks. Arizona Binsbamtoa Tew 1S-1C Arkansas Arizona IS w II - Bis ldse 7-11 ti CaL Jerome 14 H Coo.4ated Arizona " Dander Arizona 1 t Green Monster Kt? S Hull Comer St 4 Howe Sovnd 31tt Jneme Verde 7-13 Nacosan 48 tjl Msnna Chief 1-1 Mscma S3 t) Miami Consolidated 1-ST. t) New Cornelia Kay Heresies United Eastern Superior A Boston . Verde ffixtenstoa Verde OomMnatkm . Ooeden , Gadsden SUrer Kiae Porphyry . . Dean Gleetrock Consolidated Copper 21 ie 3 i V u 1H 1 "4 14 S3 S-lt :i 4 H as H 3 It-" Kl 1H listed Copper StocUs. Anjaconda American Smelters Bvtte Caino . ... ................ Chile 3.- J) CBtAIt' IL PiOS ' ! ! i 'f Tssptrmtioa .-, Kennecotx . ......... ........ Miami Nevada Ray Utah Railroad Stocks. Atefcisoa .. Baltimore Ohio Canadlaa Pacific ........ Ch parts A OUs. ........ Erie tomtoms Northern Pacific Xew Tort Central P. Hull Paetfle Talea PacsTfe Ptsyi-aBia Southern Railway St. Paa. . Industrial Stocks. American Car Fejmdry American Cam American Locomotive ....... Baldwin Locofeaotrre BethJeaem Steel Lackawanna -.,- VldTal :. Crucible . Industrial AJoohel HAILS FEATURE ILL ST. SALES New Tori. Feb. SO Balls were once more the sustaining feature, of the stock market today bat indus trials, as represented by motors, oils and steels also registered substantial advances. The closing was strong. Sales approximated 1.1M.M0 shares. Price of Liberty bonds today were 3tts. JM.41, flnt 4s. 100.30;: seeaad 4a. Jte.30. am 4fcs. 3t-3t: seesad. 414s, M SO third 4Kb. SK.S4: foarth 4 tta. 801 to. victory 3is. 33T 14. victory 4To, 307 70 Prominent railway panares were lower by fractions to 1H points at the opentnc of today's stock marxet, probably as a re su' of the opposition manifested In labor circles to certain features of tne raHroad bill In tne main, howerer. tae hst was htcaer Canadian Paelfle. Afextean Pe tri learn. General Uotora. United States Robber1 and the coppeuiaareo recording sabstaatlal caina Prospects ef a con tlaaanee of easy rates for can asoaey orer the week sad and the farther rxfe in BrltlsA exeaanae ceatrlbated to the former trend at tne early oeauaE. ' C4 tK Ml ft " 1 t( UK 15"t 74 ... . t41i ... II ... n ... 144U ... -- ... J ... .1a ... 17 ... 111V ... 41J ... XJ ... 1IU N. Y. LISTED STOCKS tBy the Associated Press.) New Tort Feb. I. Followlnc are the closlnc qoetstSeas at. the New York stock: exchauce for the stocks mestioned: Asserieaa Si-r lit Anwriean T. and T. MS iaueaii Cower ................ .9 Atebsies. UK Cats. Capper XT Colorae. Faei sad Iron I.. 1. InsBCrstiea Coppw S5 rJlortaara Pacl'ie tt Readur T Soathern PactOe 7S Unios Pacific 114- Unned States Steel I MONEY AND METAL? U & Kabber Ceatral Eieataer ....... General klotors .............. Stadebaker Westtex-wase New Tork OHs. Mexlean Petrorenrn Texas OO Royal Datch 134 4S S3 113 H 7 41i Mt K 13 ..... 7H 24. "w 1TH UIV 4SS 13 S 13 OIL QUOTATIONS. Fort Uorth Oils. These anotatless fnrntsbed daHy by J. S. Cams & Co Hotel SbeMen. BM Asked Alberta . S 1.TI t US Beaver Valley -13 .27H Contractors se.se tsos Kise XBs-kt. -M 3.4S Park Pool 11. M (. Ilanrer Rock Isbvd X-M X-XS Tbe faHewlsx qnatatloBs ara eased a. ttac par: Bid Asked pais crest xs s fBarti Imperial XI Kzar soarat zae na Texas Banker- US 1U (Br the New Tork, Feb. ze. stercaatu. paper, V.K percent. Sternor. CS davs una js.ij- in, lul M dsy bills on banks, Jt.lt: isssliierclsl t day bills. J1.UH; demand. t3.; ca bles, M.4C. Oevernmeat bends, straas. Baflrsad bands, stress. Time leans, stronc; all dates S pereest. Cad asssanr. steady. Hteh, ksw and rat ine rate, t: easshK Md. ; ecsered at : last Imb. C; Veal, aeeeptanees, tM. per- t. Bar sDser. Ui Jfsx-caa daBars. MKc Aaxftaany. 3U-S7. Load, firm. Spot ana March. J3J7 S.1X. ' Zuc aaorttlld Soot. U..ifS.st. iOXBON UETAL aiARKCT. 1 11 II Jan. aac Feb. xs. Tit anstatiens on ta asetal exehaasje bsday were mm fol io. EL PASO STOCKS. These ffrares taken from the besrds at tne cssse of the session rneay neon: 3 raso EtoCft xzxenanre. BM Asked Said Stc Few S . t .7a I ... ftmrk Imperial .it cess, r . . . as. ... El Pass, Brkbnt 3.M El Pass Rsarer -try, .4tH Homer Union... 1.SX Ul I. X- 1 4.sa l-.se mserssl O & D .H .( Jt New Sooth ... J .7 Ocean .UK At .1. ... ... Ba&xer Brsoks. ... fl ... Rancor Bark .. .4 -M JUsrer Cestral. -S7-i .IS ... eoatmaad M T . JM 2.SXU Texas Homer .. ... .7S ... Valley J .11 Central OB nnd Stock Exehanre. Asked BM sales IM 3 ... ... .(1 , !. .7 Colambas Valley Jt cox Ts.se Spot copper, lUa. Al (d. Beetrelytlc. UI7. ' Tin. 1141. Is. bad. OO. Is. Cd. Mac ttl. as. - .Askee bm ssies Daks ef DnaBa .STH 41 Orfllers &. Pre. .so Kl Paso Brkbat 7-M B Pasoy1-sater .TS ... ... HfJTSeBavQrQ 4k3aatA ZasWVV ... ... Knee. Bests... Lit Raoes Beam IX t-SS Heart ef Deke. 171 ... .... Hoc Creek Jr.. 1I.M Hoc Creek Pet. .1 Homer Union .. 1.1TU Lit Ll- Hoxsesaoe West. a.as I. X. U . Jsseers tvsllaca J.9 ... ... Marigold U Ocean .TX . M Pallman . .... S ... Prndentml Pet. .( ... ... Rsarer Brooks. .7s ... ... Royal Dke SOS Ranger Centrsl. .72 H .374 surer Bark. sees Scnsame . ..... 1 ' 1 xt 1.H SoBthlaad . .73 t'y, . . B. TV Tela. Bsa 1.SS Texas Chief 45 M Texas Hoeser 70 Texas Pet. .34 M It W. Globe No. 1 Jot.se vanoy j.- -4t 1 , i I s We want you to study these new Spring patterns. Styles that are snappy tailoring that's unsurpassed perfect fit guaranteed. Jo guesswork no un certainty about our tailoring way. " Every bit of the work is done according to the dictates of skill and experience. T.H.aA. OBSERVES FATHER AND SON WEEK WITH BANQUET San ' Antonio street branch of the Y. M. C A. Thursday night bald a banquet In observance of rPather and Son Week." Following the dinner a literary and musical program was gtvon as follows: "Object of the Father and Son Meetings.- S. J- Esquivei. JtfteepoDslblllty of the Father to the Son." G. Qnlj&no. -DatF of the Son to the rather." Knrlque Irigoyen. Vocal solo. LeopoMo Sfaldonado: pianist, Ramon Concha. "Friendship Between Tather and Son," AieJaBdro TJfzarraira. ifatao solo, baivaaor tftunex. Beading from Mardocfc. "A Hero and a Hope," Jesus V. Rivera. A. father's responsibility to his son, enthusiasm and frlendy relations be tween; the two. were Characteristic keysdtes o: tne various speakers. Father and son banoueta wtU be Held tonight at tne First iletBMls a&d First Christian churches. 1 POLICE TTECOTER ST6L,B CAR. Within 3 minutes after Oustano Rascou. U2 East San Antonio street. reported tne tnext 01 ms car, patrol- aen tsa ioper ana w. f. xLawaj&a re covered the car where 4t had been abandoned by- the thleTes at Second street and Cetton aTeaue. The theft was reported at 8:38 a. m- Friday and at a. m. Mr. Rascon was infermed that his ear was at police headquarters. TnXBVHS EXTER RESIDUXCE. Thieves took toilet articles valued at $12 from the residence of Mrs. X. M. Goa 712 North Stanton street. Thnrsday niitht. The theft, with a deseriptlon of the stoles articles, was reporxea to tne police. A. SCHWARTZ TLI A. Schwartz. rho recovered from a recent operation at Hotel Dieu and was able to be back in the store for few davs. Is confined to nis home with a slight attack of the "flu." ARIZONA SEED HOUSE DISTRIBUTES CATALflG The Arizona Seed ?nd Floral Co. of Phoenix, Arizona, is now distrib uting its 1920 Seed Catalogue which Globe Store News c O TQpieting cfprtngo no Woman will regret the arrioal of the Polo Coal in the heart of the ffishionahle for it is universally becoming. Developed of .polo cloth, tweed-o-Wool or t'nseltone. possessed of ample pockets, belt and convertible collar. The wide effect at the hip is in evidence. Clever stitching and new style ideas are noted on all. The lengths are mostly finger tip. Call Saturday and1 inspect those priced at $37.50 $47.50' springtime suits you have shopped around at all a glance at the prices sel foflh. below for suits of this character lyiU convince jwu that the Globe continues to offer quality merchandise at fair prices. Each suit is cleverly tailored and reveals all that's nen in suit fashions the closely fitted coal the nensui( coat length, 'deddely chic and shorter the flared sffi of coal the narrow skirt Fashioned of fine French serges, iricolines and broadclothes in the favored dark shades. ' ' $37.50 $47.50 Under priced Basement specials for Saturday $35.00 serge suits, $23.75' Just think of an all wool serge suit lor less than $16.00! Well tailored throughout attractive fisiBge a suit that will give ooutiBaed service. The styles axe most pressing sas follow the newest lines. (JnQ 7C Remember, eary , P3o O children's and misses sBparer middSes alH sew styles . fashioned of bene or popBa, braid trimmed, loeg sleeves taa, smvy or eM nse. 4- Qf- AI1 Sues from 6 to 28 years ..PXet7J white lawn Houses alse biOBses of white voile daintily , made sad finished with embroideries or lace, tucks, and m many differest deslgas. tfj'i 7C Specially priced at, each tploD smocks of pretty cetton crepes, Kae&es and voiles are here in the gayest colors of Spriagusie eeveral clever styles from which to choose. rf3 Qf See those priced at JOot7sJ bungalow aprons of good quality percales eut fall and roomy, attractive light patterns both the slipover and frost fastening styles are shown. j CO Specie Saturday at , ploO7 strpestme aasaoaa crepe la a host of beautifsj designs also plain colored standard width. , AQ r. Specially priced, the yard fr7C frocks for tots from 2 to 6 years, ef poplin or gingham, beautifully ssade aad daintily fmiefced, CjO O'C m attractive colors. At ip.Ji.OiJ unbleached muslin standard width aa exceedingly good quality. (Lisait 10 yards to a easterner), )f. a yard, Saturday aad Monday &tO percales is fine plaids, saftable for men's and boys skirts and children's school dresses. (Tjnrit 10 OQ- yards to a customer), ajard ytUZ we are bow showing a complete Bse of ginghams is the newest colorings aad paUeres. ' GLOBE HADE BDIiGALOW APB0HS We are now prepared to again t&K orders for our f aaoas Globe made to your order buagatew spross. Those who were disappointed last week in gettisg in their orders axe In vited to come again. , ; "u-r A Kit IU I iasteKKiseri. -U-lfr WwAi&MSm h sA --- ::m3xwA KmmaMr " rML. Sill fill SSh-JTm 1 ' 4 WvtBI a hat comes first Ht1 :;IS1 aaaaaaaaaaWl i ' VBaafalr M 9 :fMf I ff 1 ri ! I ' possibly you are not quite ready to pttrchate your Spmistaae suk at any rate your first need is a uew bat. Whether your taste suggests straw or sOk. you wiM Bed a VrOsJcfitdry attractive display here of sew shapes with uaicjae irieaHBg tDtKnet. A evr Spring hat wX tone np your winter outfit aad give you that weD dressed appearance so desirable. A representative lot at only $12.56 shoesnddthefinaltouch it's the variety to this Spring offeriug of shoes that nukes it in teresting. One may be secure k the kBowledge of being correctly shod for aH occasions at a nominal price, wben there are oxfords, puapc, coloaiafe-aBd ties of patent or via kid. abo brown calfskin hand tamed soles. leather covered or sofid leather French heels, soft white or grey leather Goings. IntTooWory price, the pair. $8.50 ks new ptnaps for women aad rssstes, witu, the baby French kseh, finished with atnarouin , plate oo opera last. "baky's sW has been the topic of endless heart poems, and astBed by snothers the world cvta-blaek, white or novelty toilet i specials Pond's Vanishing Cream, 19c Jergen's Oriental Talcum. 19c. Esyptoaa Cream. 39c Bke Seal White Vasefine. 18c Nadinota Cotnpkxios Beantifier, 35c Cofeo or Rost Bath Soap. 3 for 25c Colgate's Dental Cream. 18c - Famo Scalp Treatment. 79c LovMe Face Powder. 53c $7.50 $1.39 Pirer's Face Powckr i Ainrta FlonuBye Paiaprfjt L Trefle Saffruor $1.59 women's silk and lisle hosiery, full fash ioned., shown in (fray and dark brown. l-u oTade. Saturday and Monday, the pair women's silk and fi- women's lace clocked bre Gordon' hose full pure thread silk hose fashioBed ft full range Gordon make, in black 98c of new Spring colors. Regular tlS9 quality Sataay f-J QE the pair... PJ.o7sJ and dark brown only SSJS9 quality, Saturday and Mon- tfjsj QJJ day, pair tPoWeaO misses Gordon BsAnd "Ticket" cotton hose reinforeed keel and toe. Black, white and dark brown only. Regular 43e OQ value, the pair J C silk gloTee-Kiagara Maid 2 batten length, fancy stitched .backs double finger tips. Black -sad white ly. ip to JXiO grade, pan 98c patent leather belts, the narrow styles as weD as those of me dian and wide widths. Grey, white aad tan. To be dosed out Of? at each &OC Kabo bust eosllners of heavy grenadine doth, flesh or white hooks in front or back. very good fj Q f value, each? 1 otjO corduroy krucers The kind that are made for long, hard wear, backed by the Globe's irsedid guarantee. This knickerboeker basdaaxble seat and knee, reinforced taped seams through- QO QC out Ages 8 to IS Ps5i.7eJ PHOSI S3M rOCAIiDSPTE THE COS. 0VEE1A5D.0 GLOBE SA3 jacorro sts corduroy mciers s Jaade of heavy Kagtah corduroy to withstand long hard wear doable seat and knee, rein forced tapes seanw hacked by the Globe Store's guarantee), to give sat- r o AC isfaetory wear. Ages 18 to 18. . . V " 'The Store That Sells For Less' II T TURKS UPWARD . 3ortlm wUtM, . 4.I4.. i air I'rodaec. caom. KjUlftelB I Chicago, III . Feb 20 Fresh ad- ... . . . - rrtncea in tne uiuc . wi u iww contains valuable intormation lor plare today as a result of a brisk ., ,J M. rT- TJ-,r,-r. apturn In forlKn exenante ana owing 120na and INCW ftlexlCO planters. to rarious orders likel to brlojg TL' JZ aTLi:.1 1 a ah 1(113 Ulill, C3UIII11SIICU iCli y cats SWANSON'S Woplford F Svanson, Afanager Oscar E. Root, Designer ago, has made a specialty of seeds adapted to the Arid Southwest Mr. jF. C McNabb, the manager, was himself raised on a farm -and his greatest interests have always been along agricultural lines. Through his efforts the Arizona Seed and Floral Co. has gained an enviable reputa tion in the states of the Arid South west, yields of staple crops have been increased and many worth-while va rieties of field, garden and flower jeeds have been introduced. The firm boasts of the largest seed mail order business in the South west, their records showing that 85 percent of the mail orders received the past year were filled and shipped the same day the order was received. This is a welcome service to planters of the Southwest, who have hereto fore depended entirely on eastern distributing centers. eTUl rt DOt mrrl tOl! fn- Th Ct i i.ta osuc Ii 18 free tor t u vsin- about a radical chanaje in .distribution of railroad cars. On the advance, however, salrj to realise profits broadened out and the market re acted. Announcement of a sharp cut In tne price of flour tended further to handicap the bulla Opening; corn quotations, which varied from the same as esterday's finish to 5-8c higher, with Mar J1.S4 -8 to 1 34 1-i and JuH Jl SO T-S to 11 31 1-8 were followed by mode rate gains and then b a decided set back. Oats paralleled the action of corn. After opening 1-8 off to 1-S61-4 ad vance includinB 'a at 80 1-J. to So 7-8. the market hardened all around but later relaxed. In tnt last hour pronouncea weaK nets deveioi Kansas CUT. Uo Paeklns; le lewer. 3Sc; ethers aacaaaced. Poaitrr Hens, le lever. 81c Ssxs CM lots, SSe lower. 314.lt. Chlearo Provisions, Close. Cra Msr. JU2U; Jory. tLlSK: SeB emser. JL1SU. Oats Mar. TtSe: Jalr. nse. Chlearo Grain, CSeso. Pork liar. JU-tt: Jalr. 3S4.St Lard Mar SUM: Jurr. 331 7. Ribs Msx. S18.43, Jaly. 313.M. Livestock Market Kansas CKr IJvftoek. Close, Cttr. Mew re, jo hocs-ro celpts, 4fite. Market stesdr t. 10c klsher Bulk. 313.Uwl4.tt-. heavies. 3i:013?3. medmms, I11.USK.H. lljhtj. 313 45. 14.33. pseklnc sows, 311!5.ir7S pits. JlLSSwlLtt. Cattle Receipts. tt Market stesdr to weak. Heavr beef steers, choice aad prime. Ill itli XS; medlam and sood. 311 ?se 13.St. common. S!.M4U.TSf lichtwelsht rood and eholoe, 311 Ste114 St, common and mcdlom. IJt0.ll.St. botcher rattle, heifers. 34 KOI1.7S cows. If S3. 11 2j canaers and cotters. SSttOtsS. vesl calves, 31TSS)13.tt. feeder steers, 38 ill if 12 75 Blocker steers, 84 25010 75 Sheep Receipts, 1504 Marker steady I Tjunbs 317 504033 33. colls and common. 312 00vl7Z6. yosnins wetners. fib ioe oned. Oftinr m some defrree is so ncrL 31t5t813!5 colls and com that country of feringa were J moa. 35.2d.l0:5. breedtna; ewes. IS OOf f, renorta lncreaains; ana srgrngae snippinBiit.ee: leeaee inmoo. i.wi3. big; Tne close was heav y, 1 c to Fort Worth livestock. Close. Ike net lower, with May SI Zth, to Fort Worth. Tex.. Feb 13 Cattle Re Si 32e and July 81 2Sj to 81 .29 celpts. Tharsdsr. 3100. market Itc hlch Provisions were firmer with ex-, er Beeres, 3s.ttv12 50. otockcrs. 37 000 -i nn -j aavai. RkpIhv hi.w. I 11 2S mvi. 34 254)0 50. heifers. 35 ISO) iJKed volSme ' "lifts: bnli 15 350 8 00. calv.a 3SJ50 I .! tne inaritet aecuned ' Y7 . . . . . .. I GOTTUN Sabseauently, With corn TS WITH El SALES New Orleans, La., Feb. 20 After opening lower aad losing 1 to 11 points around the first call today. th cotton market steadied up on fresh buy Ins; and went seven to fifteen points over yesterday's close. May fell off to 14.CS and reacted to 34 86 Poor cables caused most of the selllna while much of the buying was due to the outlook for a return to unfavorable weather orer the belt. Considering that there ara triple holidays following the close tonisbt the market was fairly active. O-piDc bids were Uarea. J-7 V, May. $.4.... July. .32 5,. October. S29 . !--eember $29 - The demand was fortlMr streBCthened by the rise la foreign ezehanae aad as the demand Increased u met a amall sappty of contracts- Late tn the tnornlnr tne sctivr months were IS to It points hisher than the final prices of yesterday. May roe to 34 C4. Cotton closed steady at adraace of I tu 24 points. Hiffh Low Cloavl Jirca . ........ ,,, ) fXi-Zl v.t ST May J4.ll 14.44 24.TS July S2.7S JJ-M S2.M Octobers. 2in 2SSS St 71 Deeember r ft 2.t Spot cotton, steadr and anehaiBaTcsrL Sales on the spot, (71 bales, to arrive. 309 ww mKHinnfc (lus, niddUaa. sooa mlddlinx, 141 75, recetpta. Grains ana Provisions. Cfaleace rrodeee. Clese. BnttT Uljtrht-r Creamery. 43 65c Ejrps Receipts. 13 900 caL Flrs'a, ; 4- ordinary flrstfj 4j4Oc at market, asf inclTidfd j. f - I u -i Vln- 1 r -, v k- e j K J jva 4 i , r i--. , . . wT Iadvai Confidence-- f i EiikAirtl GLOBE MILLS ' 1 Q Psso.'rexss SB J2I!!S Bread is your best food. Eat more of it. 3 Confidence is an asset which helps a business glow, helps a product sell, and proijjptes good feeling. IUsers of Cream of Wheat Flour may place their entire confidence in its purity, m its waoresomeness, and m its usiforrojy.high quality. J Cream of Wheat Flour is an eeo noraical flour. More bread fiom tne least flour. 1Ltt Cream of Wheat Floor b Tour choice. It'desertes your -on-ftdencc. Hoss Receipts. 3M0 mit 15e to 25c 4557 bales stock. 433.811 bales. jsnee Hosvy. .I" l Hunt. ., , 013 75 medium 312 50013 25 -... . .ct. v. m.xed, 311.25012 25 common 310 2jfrl New T&-lc Feb. 20 Cotton futures Ills pigs. S7?O0115t 'rlos.J -ea.H llarch. 330 52 Msv. S34.14.L aneep noenpn ., mxricri airaa juo 4. 1. ociooer, 3ZS ss rjeeember. Lambs. 3100030 20. rearlinss. 315 600 1 323 33 17 50 wethers, 312 50013 50 ewes. 311 50 I . rl2 00, calls, 110003 00, gosts, II i!f Rou"nniili I Ri:E'lE POSJTIOV OPEN. 1 8Tiice examinations will be M o fill icnrci s 111 the cu'ti irs i rn revenue b r 1 t 11 t.1 j iir a .0, At Your Grocer's Here in El Paso and through out the Entire Southwest LET FATHER AND SON ALWAYS BE CHUMS. IT MAKES FOR HAPPIESS ..a jl tilt Ci.u