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EL PASO HERALD
rhursday. Dec. 9. 1920. MOHAIR GROWERS OPEN DRIVE TO POPULARIZE PRODUCT FOR MANUFACTURE OF CLOTHING? T MKE the public realize that. i sought through organization. fnca.r jutf- as pood material I AlamogonJo, N. If., will be the nest for the manufa.ttiirt clothing i meeting place of the association, it ything- fiee. if not brtter. is to' :s o'd Wednesday. The ussocia- t.-n in incorporated under the laws of New Mexico. Officers will be elected and resolu tions adopted late today. Preidears Rrrt A feature of Wednesday's meeting was the report of U. & Grant, presi dent. In part, he said: "Conditions in the mohair industry have been affected in the past 13 months adversely. The association has been unable to control sufficient mohair to give it the place it should occupy in the markets. Beginning about May 1 there was a depression in prices of wool which also affected mohair. Refusal of banks to carry buyers paper caused cessation of buying, and reduced prices for what was bought. This was due, in part, to the federal reserve bank's action. The rediscount rate was increasod and paper was called in from men who were perfectly sound financially, causing: embarrassment and compell ing li restock men to sell at m loss in a forced market. The federal reserve system has thus caused the Tory thine it was intended to prevent. Delegates to the Mohair Growers' convention here are: U. 3. Grant, Iallas, Ore.; T. L. Morris, Kirkland, Aria.; M. I. Conklm. Newville, Calif.. C. E. DeGroff. Reeds Spring, Ho.; T. F. Fleming, Pinion. K. M.; A. C. Gage, Portland, Ore.; R. A Halbert, Sonora. Tex.; John Mahnke, Kellseyvtlle. Calif.; J as. L. Baker. Winkamaji. N. M.; Mrs. M. Armer. Kingston, N. M.; Robert Reed, Kingston, X. M.; R- E Taylor, Carlsbad, N. M. ; Adolph Schorlemraer. Llano, Texas. c a ' one of the cnirf alms of the Na Mpnl Mohair Growers' association t year This is the sense of the 'ivention now in session at fi1 Paso f Xorte hotel "Winter cloThinjz: as - II as summer clothing- if hems lie irom mohair, the growers point and it is Just as warm as other 'id Tj bee in with, the mohair men u' mohair is wool and a better '.i-ivty than the ordinary wool be- mse it comes from the backs of - ticra pouts. In spite of this many i 'rchants. the goat owners declare. mv thev can't sIl suits made from n-nair m the winter nnless the ma-t-:a is given another name for the ason that the public does not realize ;h,i' it is more aerviceaoie man orai- l ary uool. Seek Market CoatroL ah effort will be made by the or--j-1 zation to get control of 75 per- it of the mohair marketed in the w.Ty. if the recommendation of the , rc tan treasurer, A C. Gage, is ac- pted. This recommendation Is eon is nd in the annual report which Oae made Thursday. In the re-io-t the secretary treasurer pointed . ut what mohair men had done else vhere thssugh organization. Better jir'ces. better marketing conditions mil influence with congress are what CATARRHAL DEAFNESS MAT BE OVERCOME if you have Catarrhal Deafness or Vd and ear DO 1ms or are growing : ard of hearing go to your droggrist i d iret 1 ounce of Parmlnt (doable i ength). and add to it pint of not atr and a little granulated sugar. l tablespoonful four ttanea a day. Tnis win often bring quick relief f tt the distressing bead noises. .ced nostrils should open, breatb : i.ecome easy and the mucus stop ' "rpmg into the throat- It la easy t rrecare. costs little and is pleas- take. Anyone wao nas u- NEW INTEREST IN DESDEMONA POOL OF OIL Desdeinona. Texas, Dec. . The Des demona pool is awakening from a long period of inactivity. The comple tion of seven new wells recently stirred ud much enthusiasm In the field and many improvements and act and in loans between the last of new activities are being planned. The new wells were brought in by the Woman No Longer Mystery; Poet Exposes Secret Locked For Ages In Nature's Heart 600 MILLIONS DUE RAILROADS SAYS HOUSTON Washington D. r.. Tec. . More than $31S.OO.0O0 was turned over to I the railroads hy the government In j the form of advanres on the guar-' t ED by audacity, perhaps, last week I love with - . . V.. .r.n.nnrltlrn , I . , . I Celled. i'ivii..".". v. ....... r . . . i yivmisn vn. ciwinrrn .11 By THE POsTT. Great Revenue Slamp Robbery Baffles Police Mae-nolia Petroleum company, the Ohio Fuel Oil company and the Spear Oil company. Several of the wells are not yet under control. BIG GASSIER, rnODPCLNG OIL. IS SECOND IS TULSA. FIELD Tulsa, OkUu, Dec 1. The beat com pletion in Oklahoma, fields Is the 15s 900,000 cable foot c a seer on the Ruth Williams farm. It Is the Wirt Frank lin No. 2 and ia is the 2205 foot sand. The well Is showing fr SO barrels of oil daily. It is near Ardmore. In the same neighborhood the Humble Oil and Refining company expects to complete its No. 1 on the Bennett farm at once. The drill Is on top of the sand at 2205 feet. A 500 barrel oil well has been brought In by the Producers and Re finers' corporation In Osage county. The well is producing from the Bar tlesrille sand picked up at 2898 feet. pose of the mystery of woman. March ami first part of November, The methods of approach were out- accordniR to figures sent to ngress ( jjned. By and large those methods have not wholly succeeded. But. something Illuminating his been net todav hv secretary Houston. According to an estimate submitted by the interstate commerce commis sion, the secretary said the total amount necessary to make good the guaranty provision of the transporta tion act -will approximate S60d.006.000. BIG SOUTn TSXAS "VRLI Houston, Texas. Dec S. A 5000 bar rel oil well has Just been brought in in the Damond Mound - district by the Sinclair Oil and Gas company. This is the company's No. 10 Masterson and is flowing at a depth of 8200 feet. The well has not yet been completed. Operators expect production to in crease before the sand has been penetrated. Oil AT RAGLE PASS. Eagle Pass, Texas, Dec 9. Oil has been found in the International Oil Mexico City, Mexico, Dec 9. Secret i Pass. The oil is reported as being of a nign grace, no estimate or proauc tion has beea made. The flow was en countered at a depth of 8000 feet. Cooperative Firm Will Make Pianos And Organs Chicago. Ill , Dot ! A cooperativa piano, organ and talking machine factory is to be opened here Decem i,tr fi Ar-rnrdini? to an announcement today by N. O. Olson, president of the new company. Thirteen members of the piano and organ worker's union, ho sa they were locked out at a local piano manufacturing company's plant two months ago because of labor differ ences, are the organizers of the com pany. According to president Cilson, $50,000 has ben subscribed as the Initial working capital - ial Deafness or head noises should service agents are at work on the great revenue stamp robbery through which the Mexican government has lost. It Is said, about tl.0O0.0O0. It is said that the conspiracy to de fraud the government was so exten sive that a large number of persons must have been engaged fat it- This cavses detectives to believe that they ' OIX AT STAMFORD. Stamford. Texas. Dec $, Oil and cos showings hare been encountered in the Kouri No. 2 located on the Couch ranch. 26 miles northeast of this prescription a- ises should 1 will in the end track down the guilty Stamford. The well is shut down trial Adv. ' persons. pending the arrival of casing DOWNTOWN CORNER FOR SALE I om assi safer for isje e rf the ftaeat QWBtowa corgen in H Paw. As a real eitate inTcrfmcBt the property fcat every notriMe adratage. ft a right in the fee of deveiepaeBi. The rental income ore thaa pay Mterert, bit amd hnwaBce. The property is wefl improved aad the price is abto Intelr away below the preseBt market Take. Ia fact the kad along was recently Tafaed by two of our leading appraisers at mote than I wnl accept for laad and bgihfiBg combined. $15,090 caih arid the balagce on Mortgage at 7 for 4 year are naheard of terra t for sach property bat I am deter mined to sei NOW. (I might copsider part in fag exchange). See owner pertoaaHy at 425 Trntt BnSdmg. ANOTHER CUT On Furniture Prices We have Hist bought out Stcrchi's exchange located at 345 Myr tle Ave. This location will be the new home of the Sollie-Peters Furniture Co. We most close out the stock we have bought. Also the stock at our old location. The complete stock of both these stores Is being sold at a dis count of from 25 to 50 percent. We have cut so low that you MUST BUY. LOOK AT THESE: $. Keeker $3.95 59.58 Bfee Bird Patters, 31 Piece Diaaer Set 5.65 $40.06 Bed, Sprat; 4 Haeat $24.45 40 Mattrestes, Take 51250 each, $6.85 Come in and see other bargains equally them. good Hundreds of Dealers wishing to buy stock, or part of stock, will find It to their advantage to see us at once. PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO BOTH STOCKS OF FURNITURE MUST GO PRICES CUT HALF IN TWO Sollie - Peters Furniture, Co, 345 Myrtle Avenue and 501 East San Antonio St. Bold Chicken Thief rroves To Be Wildcat Boston. Mass. Dec. 9. R. D. Saun ders, a farmer living on the outskirts of Peabody. went gunning; for the skunk or other animal that had been making away with his chickens. He finally found It in the form of a wild cat, stretching ont four ana a nan feet and weighing about ai pounas. n Inst no time "drawing" with the result that the skin of the animal Is now being prepared for the Peabody museum In Salem. Incidentally. Mr. Saunders will receive 15 from the commonwealth, the reward offered for the slaying of the "cat."' THE WEATHER ted from the aneat and in this day of groping; and failure notning: that Is valuable should he despised. There fore, let us leather together the fras-nn-nts of our acquisitions and sort and classify them as best we may. At xnfeJ-rc.B of the laveatla-attoB I harr taken three jcrt of the flapper ace. three. adnM yowaa; women who are bvpeCal aad fare reR4iaIly Immediate jprwm Meets ot matrimony tro married wo men, three wHown, oae of them nod and two of them arra-ut. ee r ret ml mother aad tiro old mnMs. Lore as an abstract thine, men as concrete objects and personifications ot it. money, ciotnes as trie aim-m MORtr DAYS FTtf? rMTOWAMT WHAT THEyGVE i ': 'l r. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGR1CCLTTRE n EATHEIt BI KEAl. Observations taken at S a. ra.. "th me rit an time. Dec FerecaMta Till ivm. Friday: EI Puo and Yicin iti . Generally fair tonirht and Friday; not much cbansa ta temperature. New Mexico: Fair tonight; colder east of mountains, warm er northwest por tion . Friday tnereaa lnr HoBdlnem. prob ably rain or mow In nerthwest portion; wanner. Arizona: Fair te nirbt erct-irt o northwent portion: I unsettled lth rain or I colder. or ano afbtr ram warmer: Friday snow north portion West Texas- Tonight and Fridav fen eraJly fair; not much chance in tem perature. The relatlTs humidity for El Paao and Ttctelty at noon Thursday was i percent; temsermtore at noon. 51 decree Preelpitattoa last t4 honrs (inches) State of weather - Lowest Temp, last night Highest Temp, yest'dy Temp, at f a. m- I Abilene Amarlio Atlanta Chicago Cincinnati Dearer Dalmah KL TABO Garvcetaa Havre nsas Cny .... Uttte Rock Los Angeles New Orleans .... New Tor Phoenix RosweU Louis Salt Lake City... San Antonio i Francisco Santa Fe Seattle TuUirtan . Jan. 1 to lec S. inclusive, 12. T.9 hk Jan. 1 to Dec , inclusive, 1S17. S.49 la. Jan. 1 to Dec. . inclusive, 1918. 7.4 J la Jan. I to Dec , inclusive 1911. -76 In. Jxn. 1 to Dee. I Inclnstve. 120. Cl In. Normal Jin 1 to Dw. S. tncluxive. 9 43 in. 44 54 4P Cmr . . 3i SO 34 n,'r 4; ;e 4 cioady l 24 4 22 Cloady . . . JO 44 Zi Cloudy ... 2 44 24 Clear 39 2 21 Cloady ... Man (lear 54 50 4S Cloudy ... 18 40 IS Clear 24 3ft Cloady 40 49 3C Cloudy ... 49 C 49 Clear 44 50 44 PLCldy. ... 38 40 S3 Cloudy ... 22 52 32 Clear 21 51 34 Clear 39 42 34 Cloudy ... 39 40 2 Clear .92 44 58 42 Cloudy ... 44 SC 4 Cloodn .91 22 40 n Cl-sr ... 42 44 49 Rain .71 34 38 24 Cloady ... BURGLARS! HOLD-UPS! Usually very active at this time of year. Why wait until TOU are a victim ? Be prepared, protect your home. Secure reliable arm. either Colts or Smith A. Wesson, from the BILLINGS CO.. 103 S. El Paso. Successors to W G.Walz Co. Adv. chief of money, home and babies as the main stay or that Institution and I life as a general proposition were the taa. T UIJ Va.. Kaa litlAiftlAn nf ' these persons, first with Hie Idea of ascertain in p expressions of their at titudes toward them and second to watch as disinterestedly as possible, what their actual and unconscious psychic reactions to them were when they were unaware of observation. In the main I am as much in the dark as ever, but something: like the fol lowing; has resulted: to begin witn. in wnat w-ty. psychically, are women men. if at all? To answer must know somethlnsr In a areneral way about the history of the sexes. Starting: some odd thousands of years ago women hare evolved from slaves and plaything's of men to their equals. There hare, been certain epochs throughout the transition when there has been reaction, and others when there was hicrhly accentuated pro gress, but In the main a normal rate of progression has been maintained. In some nations of the world today we have matriarchy and polyandry- is other words rule by women and the custom of women having: many hus bands. On the other hand we still have relies of ancient female slavery and polygamy In some lands. Turkey ana in certain A mean countries. Women. Onee Slave. In the original state of affairs wherein women were the abject slaes of men. there was no question about their place in the scheme of things. They were bought and sold according to the condition of the market. As they gradually gained freedom they began to have prefer ences for certain men or a certain man. As they gained more and more freedom they learned to dissemble and bemboosle men. In this way the cleverest and moat attractive women got to be favorites aad consequently got a better deal. With the ultimate removal of all shackles the women found that play ing on the vanities and weaknesses of men paid them. Women who lacked allurements naturally opposed the ; idea. So today we stm bare women ! vying with each other for the at ten- I tions and favors of men. Not. the ; men must not imagine, because the ; women are always enamoured of the j men. or are smitten by them to the point of imbecility, but chiefly be- I cause It gives them economic or so- rial advantages over other women. There Is as much satisfaction in get- j tins: ahead of the other women as there Is in .getting the man. for really, women have a subconscious contempt for men unless they love them and even then they are not unconscious of their grossnesa. their animalism their conceit. It is the mother in woman as much as it is the wife or sweetheart that brings them to toler- i ate me rauixs or men. Most ef the insincerity wta have for men la iastifted. Mrs are so much, alike and fall so eas ily for the wHes of women that the more deadly of the aperies can sen reel y be blamed for mak ing monkeys of them. When a veeman realises bow easy It Is for her to take m e ha off cor or a dig nified professor or n banker or st V9hop and make a jumping lack f Mm, the temptation to do M Is frequently too great to be ever- him because he Is con- He aat Alwayn. 1 How can a man tell when a woman ' lovs him" He must judge by actions more than by words. A woman who vill too soon tell a man openly he loves him and who will convince htm beyond peradventure of a doubt be I fore the psychological moment, is I playing a losing game, for once man j is sure of his conquest It takes an ex i ceedingly clever woman to hold his interest. Yet. to put It off too long means his interest will be permanent -I tv lost. Nature has decreed in her , s?cet instructions to women, that , they must always keep men guessing jnst a little keep him wondering. 1 Gut if she wants him. really and badly she should put a faggot on the fire now and then. For life is a straneg mixture of the definite and the indefi nite. That, in substance. Is the philosophy of the EI Paso women who have been haled to my psychological clinic. My own conclusions are If women were like men In their mental make up. they would be men to all intents and purposes. It is the ract that they are our counterparts that make them so delicious, so baffling and so interesting. Mobt women are good women and true. And men should remember this: If a pretty woman hangs around and keeps on hanging around it means something, for if it didn't, well, the woman would be banging around somebody else. lVlloZ Diverse Railway Gauges Hamper South Americans Santiago, Chile, Dec 9. Diversity in railway gages in use in the repub lics of South America is one of the difficulties facing railway officials who are trying to facilitate Inter -r dional train service. In the Ar gentine the gage mainly In use is i4j. meters; in Brazil a meter and in this country, 1.C8. Travelers from Argentina to Chile must change trains at Mendosa, Ar gentina, where the wide gage ends and a meter gage crosses the Andes to the Chilean town of Los Andes. Here another change must bey made since virtually all the Chilean state lines .including the Longitudinal rail way of If 29 miles are 1.C gage." If. however, the traveler's destination is northern Chile, he proceeds to Val paraiso on a wide gage then changes again to a meter line. If he wishes to visit copper mines in tnts vicinity he must also change at Santiago or Rancagua. A traveler may proceed by rail from Buenos Aires to Bolivia but hs must change trains in Tucuman, Argentina, where the wide gage ends. He then rides over a narrow gage line to the frontier. A similar diversity in gages exists in connections from the River Plate countries to Brazil. Hawaii s Suffrage Star Fabricated From Feathers Honolulu. T. H.. Dec . Hawaii's star for the suffrage flag at National Suffrage association headquarters in Washington, now on its way to the capital will be a unique addition to the triumphant banner of "Votes for Women." The body of the star is composed of yellow ard red feathers of birds now extinct, which were taken from old ahuulas. the feather capes worn in ancient times by Hawaiian chiefs and kings. The feathers are ery small and originally ach came from a different bird. The feather star is fixed to a piece of light grey Hawaii- ii ii sin si i hi si hi sum Christtnas Suggestions in infants' wear infants? $5.75 sweater sets for $4.95 Such warm, aitractirc lKtle set, indudinfT sweaters, cap and bootees. They are knitted of soft wool and trimmed with pink or blue. $1M outing ki monos at $1.49 Full length kimonos of very fine quality soft etrtine; flannel with crocheted shell edge in pink, blue or white. Thej will keep the little one snug and warm. PHONE 500 COR. OVKRLAJTD & crocheted bootees 50c to $1M A wonderful assortment of them every style one eonld pos sibly want; white trimmed with pink and bine ; some are in knee length; many silk crochet trimnwd. silk comforts $3.50 to $7.50 The softest, loneliest things imaginable light in weight, bat very warm. They're, hi pink and blue, plain or beautifully em broidered . . FOR ALL DEPTS. THEQ-OBE SOUTH MESA AVE. 'The Store That Sells For Less." an tapa, of ancient make, the tapa being pounded out of the fibre of a tree. I Rely on Guticura To Clear Away Skin Troubles Moner btvek without an tt HUKT-g SALVX fads intfee treatment of 1TOH. aYgflSrla, BINOrKHnM.TgrrXR or ot&er , iseaaes. rnea or dhect fras C-erdeU rrutg Company. Use Herald Want Ads RlBsl URA HEALED GUI WereSoreWithRash. CouldHard ly Work or Put Hands In Water. "I bad tetter on my hands so badly that I could hardly work. They were sore wttn a xash and would bleed. I could not close my hands nor pot them in water. I tried sev era! remedies with out any relief. I sent for a free sample of Coticura Soap and Ointment and a few appli cations gave relief. I bought more and wben I bad used three cakes of CorJ enra Soap and one fifty -cent box of Oxdcura Ointment my hands were healed." (Signed) H. F. TiUnian, Kx. 2, Braxton, Miss Make Cotieara Soap, Ointment sad Talcum your every -day toilet prep arations snd keep your skin heakby. whwr onjpc. Qtw fntSsaS We TslesaBc. 3SFCtictzrm Soep shaves without mas Why Women KalL There -are four lanre reasons why women "fall" for men. They may want a home and freedom from work and poverty: they may want some particular brand of excitement or a thrill or they may be taking; the best j thina that offers as a means of avoid ina: spiusterhood. In either of the cases a woman does j not lose her head, to amy nothing: of j her heart. In the first case some Itody else may have her heart and surreptitiously her Una. In the seroni it la nsiiailv a temnorarv infatuation and the third Instance it let as not ' discos what It Is. The fourth reason why women "fall" fot men is because they love i them. Cynics to the contrary most ! women in this old world do still meet 1 mn they love and frequently they marry them and almost as frequently ; they live more or less happily ever afterward. Admitting it is true that : one maniaare out of eight fails, the : lact remains tnat seves out or eigut do not fail to the point of separation ' and divorce and it is safe to assume that five of the seven that dc not end j in divorce are true and last ins; al- j nances. The thins; that most affects a wo man's attitude toward men today is her home environment. Every di vorce in a family where there is a young; girl means that one more air) will crow up with a loose Idea about he most JtaArvd rttlatlair that rsn v- 1st between the sexes. It may not mean that she will be Immoral, but t It does mean she will be "liberal" and , inclined to look on home and the family as -rood thina as lone as ' they are an advantage or a conven ience and a bad thins; as long ai there are any hardships or dlfflenl ties connected with them. Tove or M exiey. The girl Mho marrlea fer money only oKtxatly regrets It, If she be good vrontan The sir! vrfce marrlea a peer man vrhem she love may resrret It, but fre tHntiy d ocx n't. Where one girl learns to love the vfealtbr man be marrlea there are eoantleu 1 aeores of them Vfho find a way 1 get along vrlth a poor husband, working as his mate and getting money later In life when ntoaev IS needed more than it Is In youth. I Clothing, as a means of attraction, play an important part in the life of the average woman. But the woman of good, true stock will sacrifice even these for a home and babies. To the thoroughbred, babies mean j vastly more than clothes or pleasure lVhen they don't, the woman simply isn't a thoroughbred. The worst things we hear about women are not said by men, bat by women them selves. The women who say these things usually have something wrong j with them. They have been stuns; or Ml-ivr at" BLMvr ntt"E are tnemseives stingers, me snort TRY IT AT mY RISK'hal,t-?1 m L.iL.-j ... . c,- i ,n Tamp typo is utterly heartless Hew, matwaws Wty to treat OUmons. btops ' Wlt h hr awn aV and th navchAloarv pain mstantlj banishes the utfjhump and of it ls that she doef. not possess or I . user, twonea. nmnaz doesn't express the things men most BUNIONS! Pain Stops Instantly Hump Vanishes lOtfQt! YM caa tnr em alter shoo with com fort. Test it stats osk. Fast tnsi con viae. No cams spp-ntat, t rabbet Dwld or protector, as sacoav tortsble fcstaer tkieM or tot Bad. ooT&uUi. Sand fxvntxT ulnar ob tnnt. ftbrXDOBYNE. Tko Complete Bunion Troat- raent. Yoswil sy S is womtor nl tunaxl&g. so rsvkx. s bbr doa a act. Doa't rats time aad matter ea naes9 BKtiKds. Doat . Try PRnnBlTNEatmvrisk. Write tt dsr before yoa do ssotscr tatsf. Jure sty "I to try PEDOD YkE." Astros KAY LABORATOBIE4 admire in women and are conse uqently jealous of these possess Ions 1 in other women. The cynical woman must be regarded as just what she is j the exception. All women may be more or less fickle. Some women may be wholly J fickle. But in the main the great j mass of womankind ls true and honest and square with the men they elect to give their love to. Man fluctuates ; between two opinions. He believes on one hand that a woman who says she I loves him is lying to him because he is jealous and suspicious In' his na- tu-p On the other hand he believes t nearly eery woman who smiles at I S. Dearborn C Chicago, IU. i him three times hand running is in ' vs5SBBnnrlSJn7 ' .-"t "! t t' ..vnswewsaaaa. . 'laBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBa nnnnnnnnannnnnnnnnnnnnnnEfiPSfSssnSsr aBSv f-9BS aBSnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnaOnnnnBnT annnnnBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnBBanV'' ntnnnn Park Pitman Collection. Present site ef the new Two Republics Life Insurance Building, Stanton and Texas Streets. This property was bought by W. H. Austin and James L. Marr, in 1906. for $27,000 and sold only four years later for $96,000. Today there stands on the site a building of reinforced concrete and steel, with the beautiful quarters of the City National Bankon the lower floor, which would be a credit to the financial district ofitJff hy in the United States. The modest cottage and the simple ebufeij. -shown in the picture have passed away, giving place to modern coostruction. The property value rise has been as marked and rapid as an yi recorded in any American city in the same years. Vacant lots, because of high building costs ob taining during the war period, can still be bought at a low figure. The natural upward trend of prices for these lots k going to make many a small fortune for shrewd buyers in the next few years in El Paso. Buy property in El Paso if you would make money. It does not matter if your income is small. Payments can be made with any member of the Realtors and careful service, rendered. We wish to serve you. This is an opportunity no wise buyer is going to overlook, once its true signifi cance is fully tmderstood. This Is ,ne of a series of articles publiahod by the El Paso Realtors.