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Week-End Edition, lay 29-30, 1920. 5 16.000.000 TAX ILL IS PASSED tVashlngtoB. D. C May 19. 'With out opposition, the hons passed yes terday and sent to the senate today a 1:11 amending the 111 revenue law so as to Insure taxation of 2W per s"ia) service corporations which treasury officials said raleht escape payment of taxss as a result of the supreme court's decision exempting stock dividends from taxation. With out the legislation. It is said the eov-e-nment would lose J.000,00O In tltes Official Rules On Oil And Gas Permit Grouping Austin. Texas, May 29 Oil and eras permits from the state may be grouped into one combination not to exceed 16 sections, regardless of the location of the land, held the attorney ReneraPs department In an opinion to J. T. Rob! son, commissioner of the land office. The commissioner had submitted the question as to whether or not the land In the permits may be in several different counties scattered over the state, or whether it must be reasonably close together. Mrs. L D UeClurg is probably the only woman in New Tork city en gaged In the trucking business. A Family Friend YOUR DRUGGIST is the family friend. You rely upon his advice regarding some of your most important purchases. You know about sugar and beefsteak but you do not know about Acelanelid, Rochelle Salts, and Drug gists' Sundries. RELY UPON THE Cordell Drug Co. (Successors to Kelly & Pollard) Sheldon BHg. Yoas for Sarice Ptones 178-199 1 HOOD POOL HAS 1 NEW ILL Wichita Falls, Tex, May 2S. The best completion in the Waggoner pool during the past week is the 140 barrel well of the Mulligan and Steiner company on the John Slber tract. It is the No. 1. Another good well Is the 600 barrel No. 3 Mlchna of the Prescott Phoenix Oil company Hundred barrel wells were com pleted by Barklet Meadows (No S Daniels). Invader Oil and Refining company (No. 3 ranlels). and the Magnolia Petroleum company (No 8 Daniels). There were a few smaller wells in the field. On the C Blrk tract the Texas company's No. 9 Is showing for 1000 Barrels aauy. xi is not jet wq' rtleted. In the Burk Cameron district 1600 feet of oil are stanaing in tne no i Foster well of the Bower Oil com pany This test Is half a mile from the discovery well. A 756 barrel well has been brought in by the Gulf Production company In Its No. 3 Mnnger. Kemp-Munger-Allen district. The No. 4 Is expected to be completed within the next few days. RANGER-PECOS LOCATIONS IN WARD AND LOVING COS. Barstow, Texas, May 23. The Raneer-Pecos OH company, of Ran- , ger, has announced, according to the news trurcau ui uic uaiaiuw uiaiuwt of commerce, locations made by it in Ward county. In sections 3 to 8. block. 0. and 75 to 80. In block N Standard rigs will be used exclusively and contracts call for 3500 foot depth, unless oil is found In pay In? quantities at a lesser depth. The Ranger-Pecos OH company, also announce two locations In Lov ing county, on sections 31 to 23, block C-2. and 1 to 26. In block C-25. These also call for deep tests. Twelve bonaflde locations, where activities for operations are bains' conducted on a large scale, have been made In Ward county In three weeks. All tests so far contracted for, and now drilling, are deep tests. El Paso Sed Co. Plell Seed are tested eeeds. 522 East San Antonio St. Adv. OMPEIAN LIVE OIL Sold Everywhere 'Acme Bookkeeper Stand The ACME Visible Card System CUTS RECORD -KEEPING AND RECORD-FINDING COSTS TWO-THIRDS Find your cards with the speed of sight handle only the cards you Want Cards fastened to frames can't be lost or mis-filed. 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Crowds are here from points throughout Texas as well as from outside states and excitement is high. Land leasing Is active and big tracts are changing hands. Drilling contracts are being closed to begin work at once in various parts of Brewster county. The well, which is located on the ranch property of Jim P. Wilson, of Alpine, in on a good road leading from Alpine. The formations shown by the logs of the eight drilling wells In differ ent parts of the county are practi cally the same, and all show the Pennylvanlan formation. To Develop Shallow Territory. In the Marathon district, east of Alpine. In Brewster county, con siderable shallow oil. almost pure lubricating oil. has been found, and an eastern development company has leased the shallow territory, expect ing to develop this production. The Marathon Oil company. Is drilling two wells, the Gage No. 1. now at 1000 feet and Gage No. 2. at $06 feet, and the showing Is good. The Alex ander syndicate has bought large holdings and Is drilling four wells, expecting to develop a fuel supply for a steamship line owned by the syndicate, which has more than 150.- vvv acres in this county, and will soon have a total of seven wells drilling. '"Well In Hovey District. The Twin City Oil company has bought holdings In the Hovey dis trict and has been drilling for some time. Its location Is os the H. 1 Kokernot ranch, just north east of Alpine, on tne orient railway. This will Is down S00 feet, with good in dications. The Uncle Sam Oil company, of Kansas City, Kan, has closed a deal for more than $00,000 worth of this land, bt g it outright. This com pany wit ,ecrln developments at nnr. The company has purchased business iota in Alpine. lor tne purpose of erecting an office building. The Graham Oil company has named section IS. block 214 as its first location. tM-flns n ta drilling soon. The extreme southern na oi we county has come in for development, too. and th. rtAn Cnrin-. u,l.. a ,-., t. K&i owwn un neoQeraon ranch property have been leased. Traveling Oil Mystic Locales Site for Well Turns, Ariz, May 2s The first well of the Tuma Oil company will be -... w. uj uino, i youji. mree and one-half miles east of Somerton. a ira.vei.oK myscie ami alleged oil expert started the oil boom afresh within the city limits, as where drftl- ii wt wouia una a laice or MAY SPEND MILLION ON CULBERSON DEVELOPMENT Toyah. Tex, May 2S. The Toyah Basin OH News says u "Representatives of the New Tork syndicate which has large holdings of oil lands In block 101. Culberson -xranty. arrived at Pecos Monday af ternoon In a special car. They were ".SSfP lL tbe Unds ,a automobiles. While they refuse to discuss the tans of tholr principals. It Is under- '?li2?a fBB1 Egregatlng 1.0M.M0 has been appropriated for tavelopraent work on their Culber on county holdings. Mac Sayles Is he local representative of the syndl- News Brevities Advertisement. -Train Bulletin. All afternoon and night trains were reported on time Saturday. H. H. flrndrlrv. Auditor. Tax Ad visor. 13 First National Bank Bids Trouble. Avoid trouble. Leave oaggses checks at Longwells or telephone No. 1. Jury DIsairrees la Damage Suit. " '"." ,alo o air ana Mrs 1 Prank W. Cooke against the El Paso "'tv" iwttjr reiwncQ rnoay ar ternoon that It was unable to agree after two days of deliberation. It was discharged. The plaintiffs were seeking to recover S 26.000 damages for the death of a child, killed on a fire escape charged with a heavy electric cuj ent. Drs. Snearlnida & Von Almrn, eye. ear. nose and throat. 414 Trust Bide. Dr. Auer. Phys. & Surseon. (Spec Sis' Women.) Over State Nat Bank. Ph. 4C42: nights. S140. Trro Case. DUmli.ed. William Adams and L. a HarrelL charged In the tlth district court with theft over J 50. were dismissed Friday because of Insufficient evi dence. Clarence Spels and Fred Par tington, charged with the theft of an automobile, also were dismissed, on moUon of the district attorney. Dr, Anna Reum, Buckler Bldg. Ph. S77 PROPOSALS FOR HOSPITAL Office Constructing Quartermaster. Ft. Bliss. Texas. Sealed proposals will be received here until 1 P. M. May 21. 120. and then opened, for constructing a. 400 bed hospital com plete, including buildings, electric wiring, sewer system, plumbing, water supply, central heating plant. Plans will be furnished only by this V itKr . p certified check ; r., . " -i"1 reaaurer or r Norther Information on J fV"IUVB. T S die proposition of buying paint. You won't be in the air if you stick to our paints. Our paints are made of the purest oils and the compositions are exact, in order to prevent peeling, fading and broken surfaces. Get a sample of real paint at our store, or ask LOYD PARKER. SUNSET PAINT CO. 407 TEXAS ST. TELEPHONE 2851. DON' '-flra&sg. o Band Concert Sunday. Due to the fact that the Eighth cavalry band will play for a baseball game at Rio Grande park Sunday, there will be no concert at the Eighth cavalry bandstand at Fort Bliss. PROPOSALS FOR ERECTING STEEL HNGARS Office Construct ing Quartermaster. Mexican Border Ij-rujccu r v. oox sa, tamp Travis, Tex. Sealed proposals will be re ceived here until 1PM, June 1st. 1S20. then opened, for erectisg steel aviation hangars at each of the fol 1 lowing places Eagle Pass. Tex. it). Marfa, Tex. 12). Sanderson. Tex. 12): I Doujrlas. Ariz. 2). Noeales. Arlr- t and El Centro. Cat 1) Plans and specifications will be furnished on deposit of a check for J 10.00 Fur ther information on application. The United Spanish War Veterans will hold their ritualistic Memorial day ceremonies at the grave of CapL Juan S. Hart on Sunday morning. May 20. 1920, at 11 oclock sharp. All Pioneers and old time friends of Capt. Hart are Invited to attend. Park W. Pitman, president of Pioneers. ADMITTED TO PIONEERS' HOME. Phoenix. Ariz. May 29 Applica tions of F N Williams, of Venezia. William Gillespie, of Prescott, and William Smock, of Jerome Junction, for admission to the state pioneers' home at Prescott, were acted upon favorably vpsterday by the board of directors of state institutions In the last two years there has . been a dt rcaa. of 32.000 horsei in iii 1 I ' i 1 - a : -p j - ;. K w j S Power of ccnvtinHonal motor J 7 ' of same sizo ss ESSEX p-i J 1 L h J IkmLL J J I Ij-LJa ote How Essex Trebles otor Power The swing of Interest to Ught care, led by champions of the Essex, calls for particular caution. Some may think of Essex only as one of a finer type, marking a general advance m standards throughout the light car field. But the facts quickly expose that mistake. The Essex Motor is patented. No larger than standard motors that yield but 18 H. P. at utmost, the Essex delivers 55 H. P. And Essex performance, so enthusiastically admired by all motordom is the product of that exclusive invention. Essex has set the greatest official endurance record of 3037 miles in 50 hours. It has never been equalled by any car, regardless cf sfia or price. And Essex made the world's 24 hour road record of 1061 mile? AH Results o Its Patented Motor For cars of its piston displacemerrtfltliES set every official record from 1 to 50 houraj And in its first year it set a selling record1 never equalled in motor history. It creates a new standard of light est capacity in a totally new type. And it cannot be copied. Do not forget that. You can get the abilities for which these records stand, only in the Essex. Lone Star Motor Comp 415 "West San Antonio any Telephone 6100 mmmmmmmmmmm.m mmm 0mimmmmmm inu&wiiiisip ur Stock! Everything Is Sacrificed! If you want your share buy now. Sale positively lasts for FIVE DAYS ONLY This Jewelry will be gone before the five-day limit, judging by the big sales of the openinz day. You must buy N0W1 s It's the same standard jewelry carried for 26 years by the Jewel" Shorj and is cut to prices that have never been heard of before. You know the reputation of Gornam, Wilcox & Evert son; Eogers, Lunt & Bowlen and Alvin silverware. That's the grade of merchandise you find at this sale. Again we say BUY-NOW! Tomorrow you may be too late. mmih Iverware... Sosoeos p23ttl0 " atcltes o e ee oc Gold Rings 3S oeoe We will be glad to show all or any part of this stock to merchants. JL A. JL B kJ I slL lm m. m. W . r no I SRMZ MOKSC I I New Tork city. i The Jewel Shop. El Paso & San Francisco. Herald Eldg.