EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, March 10, 1920.
In the coppers. Butte Saperlor.
due, Kennecott and, Utah all made
-actional adv&aces. The remainder
ct thai list held firm with few excep
tions, according to J. S. Carttts & Oo
On tit curb. Magma Copper made a
ict gstfn of H points. The rest of
tne ram ureti new firm, with Ira
VBrk fwnxr Rocks.
'-Ixona Bmsmmten ...... 0
Arfcsnaa Alisons 2t 0
PIC Ldga X0
ial. Jerome .,
'undoe Arlxoea ....
ireen Uonster .....
Hall Copper .......
Hi- Sound ........
i.ro:e Verde ......
"i ikcu Chief
'lazmi . ...........
' a iti Consolidated
v Cornelia .
n ted Caetera
too Rxteadeo .
- rer Ktttc
r "in .
Lasted Ospper Stocks.
me'tean Smelters CT
hino .. St,
"alumet Arisen 44H0C3
- .b T4
". timore A Ohio ST
id'an Pacific lie
apeake Ohie 5t
1 i ine 14
1 Central Ttw
i -isvlvania 43
- . nern By 36
- Paul 4t
n-lea Csr Jl Feandrr
"..can Can ..
' n..rlcan IjoeotnotlTe
. Tin LocftsnotlTe .... ...
"JI11Sl ... ........
. 11 H
'- ,'-al Alcohol ...,
.ted' n ....... ...........
rera! Motors ....
Kew Xerk Oil.
' t can Ptt.
1 -a' loteb
'-v gouisinas romished dJU br X &
"- 5 Co.. Hotel Sheldon.
IWt Worth OVs.
b.rta - 1.41
'i-er vallej M
.re Elbt XM J.JJ
f. a' L'jke - .-Jf
v ;.r 8TTinae I! se la
- i Arteona
''".xas erode 19 J
TTIeMta FeBs OOs.
Tha tollowlnj; quotaOons are based on
.0 par Bid Asked
.., 15 se
uc Dmcmd af
rt.rlc Extension JJ IJJ
- IaiDerlal - ?
-lorseahoe Band ......
Klrt BUHL J- V..."..
EL PASO 3T0CKS.
Tbeaa flrores taken frora the boards a
c'oe- ot the session Wednesday noon
El Faae Stent Exehaosje.
Bid Asked Seed
I roar . .45 I . ...
"Border States -e
w w cox ...
Com. County. ..
-rn. Home. ..
ocs p ft Bef.
. ona X a. O. of
uke of DubUa.
T" Tier Union . .
. Ck Pet.
''lue') BasUt ...
aceo Ban Dtr.
- .sshoe West.
W O. O ...
4L(e 44.40 .
. . J
'j man .....
! rser Bark. ..
i anser Central.
1 igr Texas .
T ti Dake . . .
Jdiirw H- I
r tu Cnief
" xas Crude ..
" T-a Homer .
- xaa P.t. ....
Central Staek Bxehance.
.$ .74 I
t D-d. states. .
m Oil of Tea.
" r Foot
t -nancho N.
- of Dnblta
i t mice ....
' ant OU . ...
1 TT5hp Bead
iecQ Basin D
3 part of Dnk..
: 3K Creek Jr..
1 oe Creek Pot.
i r-.r Union ..
V st"n L.A O.
1 jia Pearl ...
1 u. man
' -adfirial Pet.
ToTal Dnke ....
1 icffr B. 1.
1 iitT Bark . .
V Tula. Bom
i" xs Chief
'eras PeL .
a - O'l
JOBBERS TO DECIDE ON
TRADE TRIP THIS YEAR
. rneetina; of El Pan jobbers
r t ! be held at the chamber of com
inirce Friday nirM at 8 oclock to dt-
de whether aacrcnantfl of the citj
111 undertake a trade trip down the
ueFt cont of Mexico or throngh
w Mexico and A r iron a. Ed Sand
i -s. chairman of the jobbers' com-
r ittpe Viaft ifUiiiF-fl a trail 1'ar th
i-,-rin4?- in make the decision. Men- '
i merchants of Slna'oa and Sonera
"-o are to rlslt the United Stat. a in
pril will be Incited to come to El
t ir '
Te Question of selecting delegates
tt te national foreign trades coun
c ! meeting in Sa-i Freic sco in Max
ill aloso be discus d notber sub
j ct to be taken i ,j r ill be the llter-
r-aiin-Tneter syaii uf -n iarfats and
"leasurea, ned b ail foreign coin- i
i-iep In order to cet lis share of
forrign trade American merchants
lc forced, it is i-ajd x iu r'
. .i-ic g
.. U 0 4
.. 45 4 K
.. 17 31
.l- 0 1-11
. 1 0 21
.. ST0 3
n K KIXSTREL MAR H 30-21
' -( "i and CI were tl - d. -v
. h. Tue3d,y nipj t ioi ih- -
how to be jiw i'i.
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TEJM I TCIXE: TALCUM OTrajSENJOW.fr Mff f &X C?V)EEM , UWOSE A'VfLl
Sbbb. I jBtAUNaejaxKS P MOTlNEE OF THE lft" . VS MJ SCWG-'KlSS ME, i
New York. March l Another sharp ! Chicago, HU March 10. Corn ad
rally in toreirn excb&nn. favorable JTanced sharply In price today. Wet
mdnstrial oonditioos and the ease of ) weather and breaking: up of country
Call ntOnCT Wre factors Of formOSt roads wr VSillIlah fArtnt-4. mnA an bn
importance In today's broad and sub-iw
:2?H?..hifhr.SSk, "HSt SSlff.pommlMlon hoosee. and pit specU-!to
SprcaOmatcd 1,6(M,000 shares.
osbur vu strontsr.
Prices of Liberty bonds today were
I He. J9.0fi, first 4 s, $90.50, second
4b, $83 58; first 4s, $51.30: second
4 US, $8JS; third 4s. $98.04; fourth
4s, 180.19: Victory 8s, $87.40; Vic
tory 4 8, $87.41.
R&ils and oita tiamiAw Um catraetlTe
featorea at the lrrclr opeatiic of to
divy nock market. gaaMr 1 te 2 potaU.
They were aocompknied by te4a, eqvip
meata and ablypisss, while motora aad
their soidUriee tended downward a
3iUi leathers aad leitHea. The demand
lor raiia again centered on inTcetmeat
anares, tii)tab! Keatuns and tne P&cine
Stoqp, bat soon extended to eecondary
iasnes. Rock Island and Texaa Pacific
diBplayloe especial actiTlty. Forelcn ex
ciange. perUcalarly the London rate, was
PnrUaer recoTery of oarhentre to hlclv
est lev fla aince the collapse ef laat Feb
mary and a 7 neraeat rate for call money
Imparted pronounced atransTth and greater
activity to the market befert noon. Equip
ments, snlppinga and food ahaxes led.
American Car, American Locomotive and
American International Marine preferred,
American fcwgar aad Oku Prodaeta gain
ing 1 to 4 pointa.
Motors aad related specialties alee made
material gains and the anneal report f
the American Toeaeee company was at
tended by aabstantlal advance In that
group. Cine ma Padfie aad Reading
sxronnsc as te rmim . sua ,
s Mklnta rtaniaeclTely.
leaders aa General Motors and Crucible
Steel also rose briskly.
N. Y. LISTED STOCKS
(By the AasecUted Presal
ieir im, ..ivb . mi.wu w .i..
doeini oooutlona at th New Tork otkl
SnertcS 'sUV ,0,,, """T?.:. nrBanraiy Prodnee. (J.
American ?Sj T ... H Kansas City. Mo, March 14. Batter
ATscondaTcopptrT-. ..:::::..:::: "HSsfh'iSflv st"-"- le
Atrh'ann . .. 15 I alffner, firsts, 4sc: se conns, 5TC.
Pitan ?r,r " :..... S5 W ' Btt-OfmM raoetots. lao lewor. per
Color.rtn Pnel anil Iron 46 V I
Jlnsslrataoo Conner ................ Hh
tNorfBern acifle 1
Soutkem Paclfio 1014
Union Pacific 1:M
United States Steel 1
K0NEY AHD METAL?
fBr the Associated Presal
Kew Tork. March IS. Mercantile paper.
Exchsnce. strong. 8texilnz 44 days.
13 71H; commelteial 4 day bils oa banks.
a.im: cmmninHi .v vmj intra, t.n.
demand. M.7514: eaMee. 11.74.
Goteramaat semis and railroad bonds.
Tins leans strong, all dates, IV percent.
Call mnesy. steady. High. T: loir, 7: rat
ing rate. 7: cloolag ktd. : offered St T:
last loan. T; bank acoeptaacea. 4 percent
Bar stlTer. S1.TT.
awiiM. rfali.. 47;-
Copper. easier. Electrolytic, spot end
aearby. llsfllac second quarter, is
linn .naad-r Ko. 1 Northern. tll(
4s.. No. 1 Northera. 4i.04t.M: No. 2
Lead. Sam. spot son auren, ij nan;
It 54 asked.
sine. firm. Bast St. Lonla deHvery, spot.
1S.74 bid. JJ.SS asked.
LONDON METAL MARKET.
T.aaulon. Sua. March 14. Tbe acotatlons
en the metal exchange today were as fol
lows spot copper. 511. lis. so.
Tin. tut 14a.
Lead. 50. 5s.
S. STEEL CORPORATION
SHOWS BUSINESS INCREASE
Kew York. March 1. Unfilled
oiders of th United States Steel
corporation on February IS were J.
50S.081 tons, accordlne to the cor
poration's monthly statement Issued
today. This Is aa increase of 21t,C44)
tons compared with the orders of
This is the ninth coaseeutive month
to show an Increase. The figures on
January 31 were 1.583.441 and os
December 31 they were 8.36,t.
DISPOSES OP r.AXCOLPO SUIT.
Phoenix. Aris March IS. By sus
taining; tbe demurrer to strike the
ease from the docket, Jadge David P.
Dyer In United States district court
Tuesday disposed of the suit for 31.
440,000 brought by Samuel C Pan
dolfo against the Bank of Benson
and others, unless the plaintiffs
choose to amend the pleadings. Leave
to amend was allowed by the court
untn starch IT.
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trn.rf-h in ianri.nMin
I Mi.a uni lauiit v. fcata uHjiiits inmai
qnoiacioziB. wnicn nusea irom c ou
to He up with May 91.45 to 91.4C.
and July J1JH to J 1.3 9, were followed
by decMed paina all around.
Oats ascended with corn. After
openim; unchanged to ttc higher, in
eluding July at 78a, the market con
ttnaed to rise.
Consequently, bullish reports on the
condition of winter wheat, eepeclallr
in juaeoon. were against sellers in
tha corn market, aad so. too. were 1
reports that Ktiropean governments
were purchasing urge amounts of
rye. The close was unsettled, le to
lc set higher, with May si.tT to
147tt and July L10 to SLIla.
ProHsio&s were easier. Weakness
in hOR Talnes tended to restrict, bur-
liter the n-ovtsfes tnarkst toss rs
sympathy wtth corn.
Grain3 and Provisions.
CeJcaxo Grain. (9ote.
Cora Mar, IMt; July. (Lltft; Sap.
l; joy. ii.e.
Ch4ean Proriiifins. Csosa.
Pork slay, ttt.M; Jnty. JsaJt
ssie; joty, xz-xe.
ltJ7: Jnty. Ue.lt.
Cfelearo Prodnee, Qooe.
j. m Hareh !. Better Hlrher.
Cnanrsry. 41047 He
Etta Unssttlsa: reeetets. HI4 eases.
Flreta, 4H0tc; nstaur firsts, SA0lle;
at market, cases ucteded. 410lHe.
Poeltrr AJlte. hlcaer. Svrmse, lis;
z ... . ... , ap . u.1
a ", ,a.w. .,
SSe, 1IJ: nrata. 1IC.
-. i in n r i
Ponltry Hees, S4&
CUcaro IJtestock, Oesa,
Calcaso. HL. March IS. Rose Rocabjea,
IS,. Light hots, arm; etkers steisdy to
Ue lower. Balk, 314.401.; top, 115.5: i
.vy, 4l.sl4.s. meexoxfl. iiiaavien aanminsc tne corporation ror
15.4. heavy panfctng sows, smooth, lit.
wis; sags, is.xaBiai.
Cattle Receipts. t4. Market alow.
Beef steera medium and heavyweight.
choice aad prime, 5145015.75; medmm
and geed. IU.II01C25; nghtwetcht. good
aad ebotee, tlZ.4S015.3s; common and mo-
oTSsm, ssevii-se; oowa, 4iLesysaj;
eows, 11L1501L1S; caaners aad eattcrs.
14.rsa7.se: Teal calves. 11L5401L4O: feed-
or steers. II.7501Z.M: stocker steers. 17J5
Sheep Recctpts. 144. iUrxet atrsac
Lambs, It pounds down, SlT.Mwl.;
cmlla and common. 114.t40lt.t4: ewea,
medium, good aad choice, tll401Cv
culls and oenunon, ts.oto'is.?.
Eacsas Ctty Lrrestoek, Close.
Kansas CMy, He. March It. Bogs Bo
cstpts. 1.44. Market 115c to 25e lewor.
Balk. tl4.tt)0U4.M; heavioa, 114.M014JS:
saedlams. I14.540K.M; lights, 314.730
15.1; ntga. J11.M014J5.
cattle HectrMx. 154. Market steady
to 3e lower. Heavy beet steers, chert aad
lixittsia.4. zaeaiem aaa zeeo.
313.U013.tt: common. tls.l3013.M: Ught
wolgbt, good and chotee. 13.11t01t.M;
eosamen and medium. U.tes; 11.44; betchsr
oatua, heifers. J7J54HIJ5: cows. 9L440
11.75; caaasrs and cotters. 14.1507.: vest
ealvee, 11Z76015J4: feeder staers, 14.530
1155; stacker stoera. 37.M01LM.
setpta. . aiarKet- steady.
Lairbs. 3is.4t01tjt; cutis and cossmoa,
1U.44014.15; yearling wethers, 5U.M0
17.5. owes. 3IL35014.N: colls aad com
mon. 35.3S01L4; breeding ewes. IL540
15.44; feeder lambs. 4l4.toiaia.
Denver ZJTeatock, Close.
Denver. Cot. March 19. Cattle Re
ceipts, 11. Market steady. Beer steens.
514.4C01X: cows ana belters. .,
la., stackers sad feeders, 34.tt01t.it;
Hogs Bfoeista. 111. Market 15c to lie
lower, top, 515.40: bulk, 5145014.75.
Sheen Keeelata. 54. Market 'slow to
15c higher. Tearhags. 116.5014.5. lambs.
1X7 0la.a; ewes, iitetf ix.x.
Port north Llaestock, Close.
Fort Worth, Tex, March 9. Cattle Re
ceipts Taosdar, 3440; market steady.
Beeves. 1I.M01L5; stsekera, t7.0
14.54: cows. 54.401tjM: hslfers, 3LM0
11.4. bolls, 14.4407.; ealvee. 15.440
Hogs Recelpta. ISM: market steady.
Heavy. 114 75014.15. light. 314.75014.tS.
medium. 31175014.TS. mixed. 111.740
13 75. common. 31L7301X.75. pigs. 37.64
Sheep Receipts, ltM; market steady.
Lambs. Ul.lt01i.54: yearlings. I14.N0
15 5: wethers. S13011.t; ewea, 111.44
t?l:f0. colla. S7.40S.44: goata, 1L750
twine is being: - ,1
t rf'TTaan-atsTafrg-gssrsr ismsrsTitmim iS
(Coprrtpbt. 1SIJ, bjr Georre Matthew
Kew Orleans, Ia, March 10. A
much lover Urerpool market than
due caused a lower opening in cotton
there todav. bat itfte dtllnjm of 11
Jl Mints a good demand wu met
and a sharp advance resulted which
carried the list X to points hisher
than the close of yesterday. May
traded 3(4e and then reacted to IMS.
Bnylhc was based on th wet weather
over a portion or the belt. Prospects
of more rain to come and the stroilf;
tone of the foreign exchans;.
Opening; bids were March 1M-M;
May. llCJl: July. 11.64; October,
530 38; December II) 70.
Tbe streasth In the toreffu erchaaaee
ttsrket. esneclallr In starllnr daeau.
ceesod a beytac moeoment which lata
ha the nteraBBC earrled prices IS to I
petets htsher f has the finals of yester
day. October akewlnc th meet actlTtty
and widest galas and the tradlnff up to
The Urge export morement for the day.
It.! bales, asalset 1455 thla day last
yaar. ana ta rant that tne balk of the
cotton west to Bremen aad to Japaom
ports created a new demand. At 1 octeck
the xnarket was Area and 14 to 41 points
ever th final oaotatlea of yesterday.
Csttaa dosed etsedy Tuesday at a de
elta of IS to It pointa
aish Low Ctos
March 114.54 114.15 519.15
May 14.11 14.44 J4.54
yaty si J5 it.ts 11.45
Oetebor is.ll l(.t4 14J4
December 14.44 1 75 II tt
Spot cotton steady aad eaeaeasod.
Sales on the spot, 161 bale: to arrrre.
554 bat. Lew mlddltac. 11115: mld
dllee, 14S.IS: seed ratddUnc. 141.M: re
ceipts, lit bales; steek. 111 14 bale.
Gotten Fntnrea, Ctsse.
New Tork. March 1 Cotton feturss
desod steady. March. 114.45: May. Its IT:
Jatr. 1U.T5. October. 11L15: December.
STREET RALWAY MUST ABDE
BY PHOENIX 0RIMNANCES
Phoenli Aria- March 10 After a
diaevsston of street railway condi
tions here, the city commission today
psjssed tan ordinance effective In 80
days, naklng it a misdemeanor for
a street railway oomneuur to rail to
comply with regulations laid down j
by the commission relative to making
tracks conform to grade, paving i
along the lines and maklae; repaira.
The ordinance provides for a fine of
every day of failure to comply, wtth
additional penalties for the manage- I
Pertalalas; te the oil Industry, Including PRODUCTION, RE
FISBHIBS AND MARKETING, are included In the plana of
OIL & REFINING COMPANY
Why not share la the reanlta that are hound to come hj get
ting In yonx reservation to na HIGIIT NOW.
FAR VAXUB OP SHARES SLOO
WB BACK THE TIXXBIIS,
.MANNING & CO..
4SG Baynolds Blag. Phcne 3K
BC PASO, TBXAS
References Bs Paso Banlc and Trust Co.
WITH THE HEN AT THE HELM OF 1 HB
PRODUCERS I PRODUCERS I
With their marvelous holdlass, conststlac of SlStis acres. m BJ K
With the'r naleue program W H AIL or WIRE your orders for PRODUCERS BJj
Wt m M the company with GOOD ACREAGE and BE
Pipe Mnea refinery markellnc of- refined oil the stock to be I I ksaJH PI-BNTV OF IT. The company or REAL Oil, BC
protected on the open mnrkr. by ,. of the .nnlnc System. I f SStiOSSIDb' wSSZSZ "Eire. nMt
Takes the 'SPBCK- out of .peculation, maklae It a first class I ? , jLfre7,?ar " rBOMPT " CAKE- BJ
IttTestBient for the moat eenaerrntire fnyeator. w B
siiaiubs .fi.ee rAR. snABns 91.00 par. I s S E f pavajpaiinui f 0 fftx H
o- r 3. e II J-R-l0f FETT & GO. I
f Davis-Rinenart & Co. II ,mm, I
I INVESTMENT SECURITIES IB m r" BBk TrMt BM TcD" M,,m- fl
I Suite 501 Martin BoiMing-. ET Paw, Texat. I j s g
WE ARE ASKOiQ YOU
APPEARING IN THIS PAPER
We are dell jsra ted wltfc, the s4endid presjrreaa Ikla company Is nak
ln;. The Istxe sales at shares Is nest cmtlfylnj-:. We urre oar
el lent a to jjet In oa this enstaasl offerlnaj.
We will slve year orders oar nasal earefnl atlenllen.
Atl-tT Tra1 Mark Registered
The Klwanls clnb Wednesday
tolnad the fight for better salaries
tor Texas school teachsrs.
Following; a speech by W. TJ.
Dautrhdrlll. representlns; the Adclub,
a committee oomposed of Georg-e P.
Putnam. H. 1C. Frls and Rev. W. IC.
Falrley was appointed to work with
other eommlteees from the Adclub.
Rotary and Salesmanship clnb to do
what the united dubs can do toward
getting; better salaries for teachers.
Mr. DaBtrhdrill ssM there to a
shortage of 104)o teachers In Texas.
This shortage is due to poor salaries,
he said. He submitted figures show
tnc that 14S.00S children in Texas are
wlthoat teachers and that many of
the teachers are Incompetent be
ssurto competent teachers can demand
tar better salaries la ether work. He
ssjd the average teaaker In the eotm-
ty senooi is paid only 143s a year
and the areraare teacher In the city
school is paid only about 1104 mors
a year. T
It was Toted that each member of
the Klwanls clnb should be tss'sssd
tt which will go to adewrtistnc B3
Paso as the nsttonsl convsatlon dtr
of Klwanls dabs tn ltll.
H. TJ. Slater, editor of The Herald,
Was th prtaatpal speaker at Wednes
day's luncheon, which was aeM at
the Sheldon hotel.
City assessor W. ?. B. KoSaln pro
sided. EL PASO MUSIC DEALERS
El Paso music dealers completed
their formal Organization at a lunch
eon today at the chamber of commerce
and elected W. G. Dnnn president.
The organization Is named the El 1
Paso Music Dealers' association andi
one of Its aims la to combine the j
music dealers of Alisons. New Mexico I
and west Texas Into a similar group. 1
The association Is affiliated with'
the retail merchants department of.
the chamber of commerce. W. G. j
ftAtbtytyyscatnfaaly sticker I
Asoaf fbrziaztr itam sgisSSSH M
tatanJIMeartalen - FREE :
CHARLES E VAN RIPER
Moan OnoSdoleif Sax (oaot
TO READ THE AD OF
SHARES 51.00 PAR.
El Paso, Texas.
Patent Office )
Walt was chosen Ties president, w. R.
. Shutes secretary and F. O. Billings
treasurer Bylaws and a conatltntion
will be adopted at a dinner to be held
?t the chamber of commerce at 6.30
oclock Tuesday evening, March 13.
A general increase of "music In the
home" Is part of She new organisa
tion's program. Others present at
today's luncheon were K. 24. Jenkins
George Neville and Burton Bunch.
Oil & Refining Co.
As An Investment.
INCOME MAKES SAVIHGS
LABOR MAKES TSC&ttB
This Is the bidder ot success every man meat eBmb who
If Your Dollars Work More, Yoa Work Less!
Remember, labor will make yen a ttvtac. Vat only In
vestment vffl iherease year capital.
Albuquerque Office ""
Lanier & Company. 114 South SecotrH.
"""" " AbwIbct Boott for
BULLETIN AiaeT doow tor
I mtegmh I Producers
rrsTrtS Oil & Refining
Bl Paso. Texas.
today and flowed twice atIt.MIt J
In six honrs, nsaMee IM
barrels Is both flows: It PAR SI OS
is only two or three feet r"" "W-
tn sand at 1S15 feet;
this well almost offset ., - .
to our tract six. same WfiT wait Sesd BS ytvar ordtr
survey: Empire Co- very
much excited over pros- ctnatiy.
sect and declares it good
" eSssent. Hatfield & Bradford
I El Paso, Texas.
OIL & REFINING CO.
We advise the immediate purchase of this
stock "while it .is being offered at $1 par.
SOUTHWEST 1NVESTMEHT CO.
J. E. Lane. Manager.
THE GREAT BttOKERlGE HOI SE OP THE SOITHWEST.
ill "4 t. Oregon St Phone rws. Fl Paso. Texas.
,r f IMt WrYies"
WOME.V TO JO FHOEXIX C. OF 6.
Phoenix. Aria, March. 14. The
Phoenix chamber of commerce, with a
membership of 400 men, has decided
to take women into membership, it
was announced today fellowta? a
vote yesterday. Of tt votes cast, H
favored membership for women watte
is opposed it.
FE0FIX MAKES WEALTH
DfVBSTMEMX MAKES PROHT
El Paso St.
Oil Stock i
Ton Investors of the SOUTH
WEST bought more en stocks
and mass less than any body of
people your size ta TES states.
The reason has been that prac
tically every dollar yoa Invest
ed has been la a called STBB
T1TIJJGS Companies that yew
Jast eouldnt loooe In (THAT IS
ACCORDING TO THE GLOtV
1X8 RED ADS). Bat let us
ask yott Just one plain, simple
Suesttom HA VB IOC OR. AST
V YOCR FBIBSDS MADE A
niME OUT OP THE GAMET
But here Is what yon have done
yea have made a number of
Bnnppreeiatlve "OIL KISOS,"
aad all yea got out ot It wu
the heldlnr of the beg of an
ever-capitalised coarpany wtth
ten, fifteen or maybe twenty
acres aad most likely ft wan a
SO-SO drflHne contract affair.
OP COURSE they didn't tell yon
about the 36-SO drBRag contract
and other thins nor did yea
investigate aad that Is where
you was BCXECBD, pure ana
simple and the oaly sslvatiea
that yon have new Is f haasr
up your stoett certificate and
spend the rest of your Ufa be
SHoaalan the tact that ywa ar
TRIM 51 Bit
This is an Ad With
all the BUNK
Tae officers thlm eoznpaay
are too -mil teatira foe alT
ctasa and have tse modi at
stake to allow tkemserrea f be
connected with, a BITXK. C02I
PAAT. so tie
ts placed Before- yon for year
approTal as a PLAIN GAJSBLE
WITH THE ODDS IS YOUR
FAVOR and before O.VE DOL
LAJV3 worth of stock was of
fered to the pablie the OFFI
CERS of this company first
backed It with THEIR OWX
JUDGMENT to the extent ot
THOUSANDS of dollars and for
eTcry dollar that we aro .,.
yoa to Inreat, erery DIRECTOR
f this company has Isrested n
hnadredi TUB91EXXIRE tt these
nJtrn-eonscrratrre men who
hare looked the proposition
qnare In the face, will taJco this
GsAMBLEtseB sarely If yon
wl look Into the possibilities
of wlsnlss and wlnnlnc; blt
yon wiH coxae fa as a efock
holder of this company.
isvoSO seres Tnlarosa Basin
where we Intend to drill as soom
30 Acres HOHBB. FIELD.
49 aercs Arkansas fleI2 well
drllUna: ahort dlxtance. Tie
two tatter holdlna-a already
added ts the enormoma acreasts
ta the Tnlarosa Basin, asakrs
-TBSO a TEN to O.VE better
GAMBLE than any snre thins
proposition yen haTc ctct been,
F WE WIN
every doBar lavested la this
concern might be worth THOU
SANDS to OMB-we know It
wtn be werth a HL. "CURED ta
Now Sit Right
aad write yonr check: far aa
nnnv .hares aa Ten can A2CD
0 MORE and say t yonrselr B
HERB GOBS FOR THE LAST H
SWING la OIL end MAl"BE B
YOU WILL WIN aad WIN BIG X
It has heen done poiore. e.
why net agala. WE SHLIETE
WE WILL WIS.
We Will Guarantee
You a Square Deal
Gil & Gas
STOCK 1 PAR
Mills Bide- Bl Pass, Texas.
No stockholdcra' liability.
send Tony Order Direct to
the PsHeatac Brokers.
Southwest Investment Co.
J. E. Lane, Kanager.
Hatfield A Bradford. Hotel
J. S. Cnrtlaa A Co
Dues J6 Cow Bs Paso Stock
ia pau Mode Bxeaanse.
W. D. Grecory. Seenrlty Banlc
Texas oil Exchange, lit)
W. K. KladeL 1160 Xohle St.
Grovcr Mnltfkln. Ml Caples.
f. R. Maftett.
El Paso Bank and Trust Bide.
H. F. HrKenny. MS Texaa St.
Central Steek Exchange -06
E. R. Evans A Cow Mills Bids.
Tom B. Johnson, Rotel Sheldon
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