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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY. AUGUST 8 1(113. ! FEEDING LAMBS A BAD KNIGHT rtWTiuoKi m m.i iw it ww mat. tOO AT IK l Mi I. st TKAK-a pnrrtics. ROSWELL SHEEPMEN SELLERS F. K. Raker of Mnate. Pays . Around for B.4M Hm to Bo Kum City Mo. Auk. 1. Bom feeding lambs have already bon con- trasted In Now Mexico for Oetobor delivery at about the same prices paid laat fall according to F. B. Baker of Hood ho use III. who spent the pant four month at Roe well NT. at. and on the rana;e thereabout Mr. Baker la an ex ten live sheep feeder He has boon a Bis operator for several years on the Kansas City market both as a buyer and a seller. "I bought before leaving that coun- try. otOO head of lambs for October delivery for which I paid $2. IS per head which Is a little higher than I paid last year" said Mr. Baker. "I found that several contracts were made for about the same kind of feeding lambs at 16 per 100 pounds. The excellent condition of the country will have some bearing on the situa- tion. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

THE THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY NUMBER of the El Pas Morning Times Will be issued this month. It will be an edition of which El Paso's people will be proud. Information and data are being gathered and com- piled by a large staff of able writers. Among other interesting features this edition will contain the history of El Paso and the entire Southwest dating back to the early "eighties" when El Paso was a mere village a graphic description of her remarkable transformation into one of the leading Texas Cities emphasizing particu- larly the vast resources of the Southwest of which El Paso is the center. The rapidly increasing circulation of the Times will be supplemented with several thousand extra copies totaling 35000 Copies which will be thoroughly distributed over West Texas New Mexico Ari- zona and Northern Old Mexico as well as a large number to homeseeking farmers of the North. Readers of THE MORNING TIMES can find no better way of furnish- ing accurate information regarding the So...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

El Paso Morning Times Real Estate Classified PART IL KL PASO. TEXAS SUNDAY. AUGUST 3. 1913. PAG1 PUMPS SAVE CHOPS I.OWFR VAIiIjKY FAMOM - COVER BIO MONEY With RJw nrr A boat IIIM Worth at ; rowing Pnxfcf Were t.olng to Wutti Much hu been written of the Upper Rio Grande valley during the peat week but little haJ been aald of th- lower valley. The land In the val- ley below El Paso la even more pro- ductive per acre than that of the upper valley by reaaon of the fact that pumpa have been inatailed on many of the farma and the Irrigation dltchea are filled with water from theae walla. The Rio Grande haa bean dry for an me weeks and the val- ley farmer's crops have Buffered. Many of them have been compelled to eland with hands tied and watch the fruits of their labor go to ruin for lack of water. In the lcwer valley $.15009 worth of crops have been saved on a tract of 100 seres farmed by about thirty tenant by the uae of a larva pump that produces 1 BOO gallons of water a minute. This p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

FOURTEEN EL PASO MORNING TlftlES SUNDAY AUGUST 3 1913 In Woman 's World THE SCN DAT MEM . BREAKFAST. MM Bcrsmbled eggs Toast inff.e DflUgtinilt Beef Mesh (fried on stones) New Potatoes t baked In whM.) Tomato and cucumber salad. if Bread and hotter. Toaai and crackers- Coffee. SUPPER rimento sandwiches. Cold boiled nt tongue 1 sliced thin ) Iced tem. j) Cup rakes. Imnn Icing. Plonlr Beefsteak If posslbls get medlum-stsed hard stones. Build a bonfire. Put the stones Into the firs to heat. While heating prepare the steak. Cut It Into email pieces giv- ing each person one piece. With the stesk also give one slice of bacon. When the etonea are hot. draw them from the fire by moans of poles- Bach person sits on the ground with his "frying psn" or stove" la front of him. Grease the stone with the slices of baron then put the steak on the stone. You will be surprised to hear the steak slssle and sputter and see It gat brown on one side. Turn end brown on the other aide add salt and then th...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

FX PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. AUGUST 8. 1013. RIFT Gossip of Society &y Grace Virginia Logan n ma. Trinity Th IHHMM n1 octal meettns nf th Ep worth leag'is of th Trinity Mfthodim church wu hald Friday vnlnt at the homo nf Mr. MM Mr I. J. Aran. Being th annual lctlon nf offi cer! the following warn alot1 to Brrve for the enanlng year For presi- dent. Robin P. Oould; flrat rlca presi- dent. J. Harry Henderson; ancond vlca president lira. H. N. Miller; third vice president Mlaa Catharine Peak; fourth vice president. W. R. Walkar; secretary. Mlaa Orace Kerr; trensur ar Mlaa Emma Hoffman; Epwnrth Era agent. Mlaa Hana Shea; planolal. Mlaa Lula Ilfrey; chairman lookout oomtnlttsa Harry Murry. After the business waa tranaarted a aoelat tttne waa spent A telephone teat proved vary enjoyahle; a pre- tended conversation being held oyer the phone each guessing; the name of the party at the other end of the line. Mlaa Ernestine Murry received a min- iature telephone as prise. Delicious Iced...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

SIXTEEN II SIMM TALK TATWICIA BIAN BARO RK- i i k ti t ytvm ATTACK or COlA'HAOOAXS ADVOCATES THE SQUARE DEAL Iti-wll. I ho IJf" Work of Drwtn Newell to Make tlw Valley IT.."u t'noununlty. Br It a shaw. nincon N. M . Aug I tM tl evening C. J. Rlsnchsrd government statistician una hie party arrived l this little hemlel nestled against th foothills f the romiulu after d pent in lnpectlng the farm from 1. CTMM lo this point. Th trip took the party through one of th finest agrb ultursl region In the routhwet In this section iOO osr- load of mnUknupM hav been shipped to New York and other East- ern msrketa from Dona Ana station while many rarloada of alfalfa wre alao consigned to northern dealera. The party waa accompanied by L. Clapp 11. K. Baaeett Walker I'nck. l B.'Thompaon. M. C. O'Hara haa. O'Hara Fred S. Heas seere'sry of the Klephant Bull Water llesr associa- tion; Earl Tatteraon. R. C. Thsxton and others. They visited the I-easburg diversion dam. the flrt unit of the Engle pro jec...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

1 EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY AUGUST 3. 1913. J ! Southwestern Social News a vnrciUKwr. rrx. Br Tlm-i secft ffrisvsssi at Snlmon. Teaaa Operator Wil- liam bw rtornd from a trip to loWB. Mr ana Mrs C. Dougiaa and Mrs. M Ronaer went to Dal Hlo laat Thurn- day returning horn BatnrAay. ' k A r matron came up from 8pofford Friday returnlnt tha next -ar McKee made a bulnea trip so Alpine Saturday returning horn th m nUht I. B. Ilarrrll has rtumed to th ranch aftnr a hrrt stay In town. Mr. Daniels and daughter. Krnent- tna who hav neen th guest of Mr Cart Bchupbach returned to their home In Dal Rio Sunday. Mia Addl Lrmnni entertained with a party Saturday la honor of hr aunt. Ml Johnnie Lemon of Marathon and Ml Ernestine Dan- iels of Dal Rio. Thoae prnl wer: Misses Johnnie Lemons. Ernestine IHinlcla. I or aad Laura Fenley The- resa Wolfs Laura Mansfield. Frances Duncan. Blla Ravage and lone Bod- klna Harold Dixon Callle and Wal- ter Btanaell John Clark. Joe fltlrman and Murray Harrell. Dr...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

OH PASO MOR iMES SUNDAY. Southwestern Social News Bp flairs nwl rerreeseeeVat Turumrsrl. N M Th.- Uttn Mer ontllo company lr gr...- ry ami mm I firm of thin rlty. haa leas. I the building on Main street formerly or- eupled by the T A. Mulrhead fur Uood rompanv and will move o thin tooatton annul tha loth of August. iiBka a Ian lease.l the luillding n rnnit I upled by the Ix.rk A Truhn millinery "hop .md will nee fhla as thHr retail meat market. Tueumvarl la to have a i ami 1 rent Mr. Ann I Jhendorfer an OWrC am h a liiielneae In open In tha Prlteln hull.Ung on Main street. It I to he known aa tha Peoples & rn" 10 rent store Or. Fred A. Orove. V. R. ha eold kit Interest In the Turumoarl Mvry company to hla partnor Mr Mowe Dr Orove will devote hla entire tlma to hla I r . ' Tha revival meeting which has been In progress al the llaptlst churrh for tha pa at two weeks will .loan Sunday night llev M ! llsrlow. tha paator hss done all or tha preaching. To data there have been two conv...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

t' Southwestern Social News onrrtav tv.x. Hp Tim wntat Oil i lljufcll Oil Tax. C r. A 4 ma o? Ban- Hi. I.V and Bryan Ada ma nf Al- annVr. I.. are hera on a TMt to W A t '....I. Mrs. Alma otmrialer rtumd Thurndar of ihla waek from a month visit o frln1 and relative III fort Worta Dr. R. A. Wllaon la her from Oal Rio on a (Ml to retail vee. Oaors D. Riiiott la a vlaltor from Midland thli wk. H. R. McKlnney ooantjr nommla- alonar of Midland county. wit a vle- Itor her thla wk. W H. Harkrr returned laai Monday from a vMt to Alpine Fort Stock- ton and other points. Ban Calllaon araa In from tha ranch ihla week and report a fair rata out Ma way. W. C Dorbandt returned laat Wed- naaday to tAmpaaaas. aftar spending a month with hla uncle. Wloklirf Rklnnar. ft. A. Anderson wu In from hla farm with a load of flna malona laat Thuraday. A. W. Moora haa finished tha new ranch houaa for I. J. Lea In Crane county. Ruba Raid and wlfa wara In town laat Thuraday from the ranch. Mlaa Lucy Hancock ratu...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

The Romance of the Sleeper Trunks ak.nlikl m to rk ) Tv HnM - n iMUGO.Lt NO genius of th calibre of tb famo ronnDlmtom who robbed the Halted Slte of 1.000. 001) annually tween tb yesn 190 Bad 1900 seldom make take la th rcadlag of hamaa nOurt Taat la tb imhi why they did eot hesitate fa take Into tbelr confidence and appoint as a rery special snd parllcolar ageat Hot tense Delaro to ebony eyed. detnnlad browed olive .kit jod daughter of Parisian grlaette ky a glefTaa etiletto widder. Tbe drt proved Mr mettle mmeciately. N.v.r had tha IstMt fterrlc agent of Unci 8am at tba gay capital been bood winked ao cleverly. Ner had aoeh quantities of costly good destined for doty eraalon been ao expeditiously aad effectlrely forwarded to French pter. Horten a wonder and bar appointed awellad and chuckled In self- con gratulation. And even when tba bombshell of re rela- tion was exploded in tba ramp of tba conspirators one could not hare Justly criticised tha wisdom and foresight of bar smuggli...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY. AUGUST 3. 1913 rWKNTY-ONB IN STOCK MARKET new tnw BWown roR Ml II IM M M w low WororilB for thn Paat HltMa Tram Wg r- Asserte'ed MM few Tork. Anriit I. A new lew re- oord for mM-nmmrr dullness was scor- J by the Stock Bachang today. To. tal business of the two hours spproxl- mated tl eharee. compare with 4 nn .harm on July 11 leat. that day breaking all low worn for aomcthlng like elxteee year a The market wan without Its usual guide aa london wan observing one of Itn frequent holiday and rontlnental exchange war lifeless About the only Interest In new was contained In dee patches from southern and western point tar th affect that the treasury departments plan for helping the move- ment of crop waa meeting with favor. Wheat and corn optlona were h Igher aa a remit of the unbroken drought In the onthweat. alhtouirh welcama ralna were reported from Texas. In the early dealings leader Ilka irnlon Pacific. Steel. Amalgamated. Reading; and Canadian Pacific all...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

TWENTY TWO NH6VJ 1 TfeAvlCL 1 Go (M fi ) ffl V rJckret Trier 1 I MCtfk TNVOPMeCR rVJt LOCAL QOLOQ - W L K "?AMT CbClWPtSil VtaHBL I Ncam to CC-- ftfiftwt outof ff(( to a Wf . 5r w -me Mtftr t VHW ?lete hy ro -rocw MESSENGERS WILL CALL FOR WANT ADS. When too cannot bring or lend your Want Ad to Th Tlms offlc. Jut pbon WW) and auli for the Ad- vertising Depsrtment I50S1 sfte p. hi ). Hud w trill nd a for M. There'a no extra cbsrg. You tmilv py tb boy for th id. t th rete of a rent a word. No ad. leas than 26 rami. Cash must sc- company tb ad. TIMES BRANCH OFFICES For tba convenience of It. patron Tba Tlui uialntuln branch offices at tbe following place: li.ri.hy dotal McCoy; Elite Clg.r Stand corner Texan etreet aud Mm avenue; Hlihlaml I'rug Store. Illgn- land Turk; Eat W l'" Drug Slor. ooii Alameda tret: Boulevard Drug But. Bon leva id and Florwne atraat. Want ada and ubcrlpttons taken. Advertising Rate Card CLASSIFIED LINERS. Ic per word -each Inawtlon. Jcper word eeb 7 loarrtlonl. ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

FNDAY AUGUST S IflS. TWENTY-T ROOMS AND HOUSES EASILY RENTED If you have any vacancies in your rooms or houses to rent put YOUR FAITH in a Times for rent ad. If it is not convenient to come to town JUST CALL MISS CLASSIFIED and she will write it for you. ADS RECEIVED OVER THE PHONE WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION... PHONE mm. EL PASO MORNING For Sale Real Estate 81 NKAR MM. 111. AND PARK- J0(aJ room. Booth frnt. "y corer. prelum brick Mortgage Bale worth MSno dWt hy ft. kWay teems. FIKK-BAMurt HKALTT CO. GRAND V1KW AVC$VJO. 4i l(i ft hatldlng site. Will Ufce c. ond mortgago for full mnt If you buljd IMSR-RAMSFY RRAI.TT CO. MODERN APAllTMRNTS. Fin location. Mrtb side Bnllt-ln fes- turss b rdwood floors fSnrni to Ibnoo rut bsl. monthly or to (tilt. Will Ht 12 pr cent PISK-RAMSEY REALTY CO. W. MO. BT. First block Ht Ubrsry psrk 74x120 fet Worth douhlt our price. Aak bout trru FTSK-RAMPT5T REALTY CO. $30 DOWN f . MONTI1LT. Will buy 6 corner lots fenced with high pickets and ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

Pretty Pennants For E v e r y b o dy Given Away by the Morning' Times EachWeeh i - Official Design Correct Colors A M. college: first 36 Inches Long 15 Inches Wide Made of Best University Felt Clip the Coupon in This Ad IHE most fascinating fad of collecting Pennants encourages adornment of the home and The Times offers an opportunity to make a fine collection. Thousands of people can beau- tify the bedroom sitting room or "den" with a variety of pretty Pennants REPRESENTING THE STATE AND THE BIG COLLEGES OF THE COUNTRY. Nearly Everybody's Doin' It" IpHE Pennants distributed by The Times are not to be confused with "seconds" or imper- fect banners that are sometimes given out by irresponsible concerns. The Times Pen- nants are the Real Article usually retailed for 75c in Novelty stores. EVERY WEEK A DIFFERENT PENNANT WILL BE GIVEN. These Pennants Can be Secured Only With a Coupon From The El Paso Morning Times Bring or Mail this Coupon to El Paso Morning Times Office or Call at Bran...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

f I ?a$0 Jlnrrnhm iiii COMIC SECTION EL PASO TEXAS SUNDAY AUGUST 3 191S GASOLINE GUS DOES A SALVAGE STUNT " 50FV- fcSB I XDulVE. MOV tfOt r ?OXH?L PBH TOV- VJ HOhAt Mtt I -WtU CUT TM TO

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

r 4 COMIC SECTION DOLLY DIMPLE FINDS THE COW WITH THE CRUMPLED HORN v. Hi) . tWw p. thr nr witti thr l-nHH4nl bnn I I II mi.' mmm tar "N" frar .rf Mm "Xo lirnl to nm." an a plraaant ww. "Vim nui aafrh ntav. if that yair rtn.ar-Kih- I'm thr iiMi-n all r..rl..rn thai milk H v with thr cnjiiipinl hooi." 'aWriMbtaK-ntriM l laail Kill n Or aaaaww aa fwrtacw Hart hat I wffcr iaa all Uttrml M.I I.vh 1 1 1 r mar Hk cmaapk-d I "TV cur will Kitr y.u m 1 1 fnmi . yiajr auititiar I . A. and H r ridV r fcrr hart; rmiH thmk uutr j .m'rr t4 afraid f thr rnHiih-l oa. I""" II mt trll nr baaj j VoajM l"' r.-Bjr I Ml. lm.l Itrar "" - I " "! tmm mm rathrr On ." "W'rIL o-w. xmH Hhi.cv an Tattcml and Ti. pa or rlaw .a- hnra. Act rrj imirti M human. Ilr gual I. thnu ami tUry rr Bkaal t4.).." a J

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

Proclaims Uis Plush Paris Decrees Hats Close Fitting and Outlining the Shape of the Head - Velvet the Material of the Day - Trimmings Must be bimple and srl NTER tha fall hat t Parts hat at that I Why do huta alwaya corn flret In the consideration of fall fashloniT Here la an Interesting topic of discussion from the standpoint of the feminine whys and wherefore but suinoe It to say that Into the midat of our summer festivities thin frockad and light hatted has come the first headwear uf the approach -In season and It la a fact without dispute that It has caused more de- lighted excitement than would a whole regiment of fall frocks and suits! Small decidedly small. Is the first and most striking characteristic of the millinery that la prophealed for coming favor proving that the dainty little close-fitting shapes which have held sway through the spring and summer are only to be emphasised and repeated and Instated on In the mart shapes that are already being brought oat from the Fren...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

El Paso Morning Times General Sports Automobiles PART III EL PASO TEXAS. SUNDAY AUGUST 3. 1913 PAGES 5 to SENATORS FAST CLUB prom rnimiirn thk ra Chu. OrifYHh Hm Buttt l a Otmi dab that Kntx WmMwM Om But for the fact that tha Nationals were not Intact during tha flmt two niontha nf tha aaaaon the team's chancea for the pennant la the pres- ent campaign would be decidedly bright Thn biitllant apurt which It haa made of late shows plainly that it would now be In front had It been able tn hold Its own and play up to Its standard during tha early part of the race. But the Nationals are by no means out of the running. The chances are that the team will finish stronger than any of its rivals and should the Athletics have a siege of III luck It would not be at all surpris- ing to see Washington leading the race when It comas to a close. The present showing of the team la merely proving that Its surprising Work last aaaaon waa not a fluke. This charge was made In many quar- ter after the te...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

EL PASO M0RM1 SUNDAY AUOUJ For Motorists IIis sP-IS iVow of 4utos TWENTY-SIX BREAK SUE RECORD Wi t HI MiIKO ( ARM HUM) IIY (.KT IN THIS ITT. (ntlk fnr the ..m-..i of !! I Mow Than Krx-ouracln Hc- palrlng Hit- Highway Qlanclng )( k iivh (ho (.nut year the F.l Pa.. iit.imnt.il dH..r fln.l that thry haw established new Whi record Then l not n BUto dealer In th.. . iiy ihut hn not sold more car thl yi'ar than ever before. Mora thiin 500 care were an in during Ih paat tn month while the record for any prcvloua year waa 111. Next yar local automobile deal- er hellev. thai th figure for salee wtll amntint to at least 7S0 rara. Within ih next fw wk th 1H mo1la win b on th floor of the local dealers' gar More than IliO. 000 worth of .-ar an- being shipped from th factor! to the lo- cal agent Many of the care hav alrady ln aold Thar are many change In the KM mndel. H piilr-liut Highway. Mui h progreaa la being made on the BordTland rout hetwrett thla city atxl I'hoenlx. The had place ar I all...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 3 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY AUOUST MIS. . WENTY SEVEN For Motorists W3kR&i9&ti&&m 3 News of Autos mm INCIDENT IfinVTEIM TREKD BY RKARH IN WHlTt Moi M is XiitomoMlo Party Camping In Art- son. Had Thrilling Kperlent Report Road Vary Uood. After apnndlng Yrl wnka hunt Ing nod flatting In th Whit moun- tulns of Arlson. Oenrge F Fink. R O Hnrtlett. W E Willi and Frank Moyer of Now Orleans r returning homo over the Borderland rout The party are making the trip In Mr. Flnk'a Overland touring car. Th party carried a full camping equip meat (una two hunting doss and fishing tackle. During their trip fhey met with an ti lting experlem e when a bear held the four men at bay for more than an hoar. They left their ramp early IB the morning to fish In a mountain treara nearby and. after catching several fine specimens of the finny tribe started to return to camp. Upon arriving at the edge of a clearing they were astonished to see a big hear eating their breakfast. Unarmed the pa...

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