El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 18, 1913 Page: 5 of 10
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EL PA8Q MORNING TIMES. MONDAY. AUOUST 18. 1118.
IN HONOR OF GUEST
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Sf Timet Uprrial Cm i eaasssVal
Uu Crur. N. M . Aug. IT. !
hnnnr of hr guest Mln Jele elan-
rlerann nr El Pao. MM L"" Brown -lee
entertained fw rna(1 lt
Thursday n.ght. During (ho Mrt part
of fh evening (tmM war played
l-aler tha party waat to tha Alnlnme.
after whreh tMy relumed to tha
Brown laa homr whore refreshments
wara rved. During th evening
there wara several mualeal lertlon
hy Mia Frn Keeve. Stanley Brown
end others Those present were th
Mlaaaa May and Amelia Lorwond.
Kdlth Burke Torn and Lutha Reeve
liuth and Blanch Brownlae Jessie
Henderson. Margaret Lutwller. Anns
hl Lata Mr. Bodyfleld of Demlng;
Karly Baylor Paul Brownlaa PUanley
Brown 8am Porwood Sehenk Don-
ald Young. Krfc-ri Stahlln Dartd
ChSuvln. William and Henry Lut-
wllar. Will Mundy of La Union and Mra.
Mundy hare returned home after a
stay with the latter' parent. Mr. and
Mr. Jama Lueenberg.
Wm. Lerma died at hi parent'
home on Main atreet on Friday morn-
ing. The funeral service waa held at
the Catholic church Saturday morn-
ing. The Maccabee Indies attended
the tervlce In a body. Mr. Urrna
had been tit for many month.
Mr. Edward C. Wade. Jr. enter-
tained a few friend at auction bridge
Friday afternoon. Mr. Wade la giv-
ing a aei'iea of entertainment.
Mm. Bodyfleld of Darning Is at-
tending the teacher institute.
Mr. C. M. Poole 1 out of town for
a few day.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mr. George Queaenheny haa been 111
for aeveral day.
Tha new 130000 Renault building
will aoon be completed. The ground
floor will be occupied by the First
State bank Myer company and T.
Hanault. Jr. The upstairs will he
law offices and lodge hall.
Mr. Qeraldlne Oerber la spending
a few week in Kansas City and other
Itev. and Mr. Thomaa A. Mitchell
returned Friday from a month's
cumping crip in Soledad canyon.
City water I being piped to the
Charles Comany returned from El
Paso Friday night after spending a
few days as tha guest of Arthur
Several car loads of cantaloupe
are being shipped daily from this
f..rt of the valley.
Arthur Schllmmer. who waa the
guest of L. Q. Camany and family for
several days haa returned to hia home
In El Paso.
Dr. Ladd. president of the Agricul-
tural college. Is In Oklahoma on busi-
ness. He will return the first of the
Major W. H. Llewellyn has return-
ad from Mountalnair where he de
livered an address on "The Apache
A number of young people went on
a hayrtde on Friday night going out
on the mesa. After driving for sev-
eral hours the party had lunch on the
mesa east of the agricultural col-
lege. Upon reaching town they made
punch on the public school grounds.
Those on the ride were the Misses
Huth Bundy Blanche Brownlee
Frieda Henrlch Luclle lnnn. Elenor
Hunter Marie Kelly. Jim and Albert
Coii Rhodes Francl Burke Tad
Llewllyn Olln Candler Hlllery Ben-
net and Mr. and Mr. Charles E. Lee
hall field Thar will he a leeeenlsg
ef the poaalhtlltlee of BVlney1 ill
hrttlaed bodies soon aa eoerrd la the
past from the rough field The t'nl
versety gymnasium is also undergoing
Improvement under tfse direction of
lr Ma 'her. and offleea ar noe l. sing
renovated for tha see of Director
Itelhnnnt and Dlach
UK CWm TCM aHAMM
ran Saea Was Mlgh Maa fa tee (err
The regular weekly sheet ef Its it Pes
Rifle rlab wsa hold reeterday morning t
th tvaaet Height rssg. PH Bee -
high man for the William K. Orr cnp and
Uar-e I'orslag captnred the Thedo rsplri-
f ire eveel .
The club ba rer-elred entice fr.m Wash
lagtan that It haa been alerted a ateW
ber of the National Hlfle . ltlnii iKl
erlll prtw-eed to ekoot for markaasan and
harnskrsMer htloaa aad the aesorlatlea
The trapalmeters of the olnb are pre-
paring to hoi a big rlay-hlrd tear
mont im Labor Iay t a-klrh several out-
aldo rlaba kare bees Isvlted.
The erorea yeeterrlsy :
Wllllaai IC orr cap:
Pom lag. T.
Thedo ftapla-rtr Ml Hit
i ' Jul. M.
scene la set fee Third kaanpUsahlp In
Bp The i .. - mi. i Prv
Newport. R. L Aug. IT. The e wn
aet and many of the playera reported to-
day far the tbtrd net tonal laws teaela
rhataplosablp In single which will begin
tnmorrew on the 4'eslae cburt. There
14 player enured for the all-romera ala.
glea tournament including Maurice K.
Mi l.-.tiglln of Sso Kranelaro th preaenl
title holder who nnder tbe recent rale
ef tbe aesoclatlon will be compelled t
ply through tbe tournament I f.-rmrr
tear the champion waa permitted to await
tke outcome of the all-comer tournament
and meet the wlaaer.
Tbe matcb la expect ed to prove the
flneat exhibition of the Miaous whirlwind
play ea In I he east a all playera
ore master uf thl typical waatern de-
velopment of the game.
PACIFIC COAHT LEAGUE.
Portland . .
Venice . . . .
Oakland . . .
Rlaadlrajg of th (lube
Vealee 4-Oi Saa rraarlae S-1.
At San Francisco. Morning game:
Score R. H. E.
San Francisco I I 1
Hsrkness Baum Hltt and Elliott;
Henley Baker and Clarke.
Score R. H. E.
Venice 0 2
San Francisco 1 4 0
Koeetner end Elliott; Llflld ssd
READY FOR WHISTLE.
By Timet Bptcinl CarrrtpanHrnt
Auatin Texua Aug. IT. When the
I'nlversl y of Texas football squad re-
turns to Austin from Its training camp
at San Marco they will find every-
thing in readine for the football
aeason. Dr. W. W. Mather chair-
man of the Athletic council haa de-
vo'.ed moat of the aummer to making
arrangement for th aeaaon. He haa
had Clsrk field the University ath-
letic grounds put In the best condition
thst thsy have ever been. The entire
field haa been covered with chip loam
secured from an old lumber yard.
This hss ha en harrowed and sprinkled
so that It now presents an ideal foot-
Hacraaaeafa 4-Si Lea Aagele .1-0.
At Lo Angelea Flrat gam
Score R H E
Sacramento 4 3 I
Loa Anglee t 7 1
Stroud and Bit; Slsgle and Byrnes I
Sacramento 1 0
Loa Angelee 0 4 t
Klawltter and Bllaa; Ryan and Arbogaat.
MAR AIRED COXSTFnx TIOJ
THROUflHOIT THAT SFtTIOy.
On th Ere eg the Aaseaablag of Mtale
l ortereil.Kn of lathnr lo DetrrmlK
Ktrtke slu.li Be ailed.
TMnldsd. Cel.. Aug. IT. Consscr-
ra Ion o 1st in Trinidad tonight and
throughout this district of Dlatrirt II.
United Mln Worker of America
er tha killing last night of Oerald
Llpplalt aa orsTanlser of the miners
union by CI W Relcher. a Baldwin-
Col a dote live. On the eve of tha
assembling of the Rtate Federation of
Labor here tomorrow si which It la
to be determined whether a strike of
all miner In district II. comprising
Utah. Colorado and New Mexico will
be . ailed and with the city rowded
with delegate to the convention
nothing i being talked of etcept the
hooting and th poeathl efect h will
have upon the miner In he event of
the atrtk vol.
Through conference this morning
between Edwin V. Brake elate lbnr
commissioner and personal represen-
tative of Governor Ammona and the
Trinidad civic orgsnlaatlnn. Com-
mlaeloner Brake learned more fully
of th condition which confront the
miner In Olalrlct 11 and though ha
expressed the belief that there m room
to hope that the strike will be averted
the buslneaamen Ihemaelvea do not
lake such" an optimistic view of th
situation. The Trinidad Trades As-
sembly met today and slso dlscuaaed
the hovering strike which the affair
of last nlg.it had made. In th mem-
bers' Judgment far more serious.
Frank J. Hayes vice president of
the United Mine Workers of America
arrived hre tonight accompaned hy
John MrLnnan from Denver to at-
tend the convention.
An Inquest Into the shooting which
resulted In LI. plait's death and the
wounding of Belcher by Llpplatt. will
ba held Tuesday afternoon. Belcher
and a brother detective. Welter Beck
ar both under erregt as a result of
the homicide Belk Is In the county
jail while Belcher la confined In a
hospital undergoing trestment for hi
PECOS MELONS 60IN6 EAST
Cantaloupe From That Section Mean
Ready Demand Fair Association
(HTnoers Busy Arranging.
Oaklaad li Portland 1.
Score B. R E.
Oakland 1 I 1
Pernoll Malarkey. Lohman Drucke
Abies and Krelts. Hagermau and Berry.
Spoksne 1-1; Vsncouver f.l
.Seattle l-l; Portland 7-1.
Tacoma 4-1; Victoria 7-0.
Tbat old aaylng that you can never tell
who will wla until the lnt ma I nnt.
proTed true In the Copper league. Hurley
seemed to have Santa Kltn beaten yeiter-
day until the fatal ninth when a bunie
rnn turned the tide
The next thing of Interest Is th box-
Isg tsu wltl he the Herrlck-Oordon
fight. Lshor Day It I nut likely that
the boxing promoters will sandwich s csril
In before this dste
Setet remain sa
ever Is the
a meat eoplte
...... fori. hi. aa
roo solent betel.
EL PASO. TEXAS
nssBM a rA-
Summer Reductions on Alfred Benjamin
Hand Made Clothing
BEGINNING SATURDAY JULY 5.
$40 00 Suits now $30.75
35.00 Suits now 26.75
32.50 Suits now 24.75
30.00 Suits now 22.75
28.50 .Suits now 21.75
27.50 Suits now 20.75
25.00 Suits now 18.75
22.50 Suits now 16.75
20 00 Suits now 15.75
18.50 Suits now 14.T5
16.50 Suits now 11.75
15.00 Suits now 11. 75
so t-.xir li... far Alteration. No Krdurtlous on "fcitrlsulu"
i loll CO
Bp Timrt Bpreiat Comtpenlmt
Pco. Txa Aug. 17. The Melon
Growers' assoclstlon has shipped to
dale something like twenty-five cars
irriuaing express shipments to Texas
points and to the eastern mirkati
some going as far as Pittsburgh Pa.
Much larger crops will be planted In
HI 4. as the cantaloupe is now an es-
tablished feature on the market.
The alfalfa vioM Is v.n
ever before and soms large crops have
neen narvesteo up to dste. The farm-
ers are cutting the third crop an.1
quite a quantity has been threshed
from the second crop. The quality t
the hey has been above the average
all the year and good prices hav
1 'fflcers tif the Reeves County fair
which le to be hold In Tecos Septem-
ber Id to ! Inclusive are working
overtime. The conditions have been
favorshle in many ways and th
greatest exhibit of agrlcblture that
has ever been shown In the west will
he thrown open to the public on Sep-
In order to provide room for the
exhibit sn extra agricultural hall
some to feet giving more floor (pace
of about 50x1(0 feet will he built.
The race program has been com-
pleted and something like 1-1.200 In
nrlses have been offered which should
bring nearby horsemen of this coun-
try to the meeting
THE GINGER JAR.
(By 1 II IK 1. Its 1
Kiitren errors did It.
The Box mast bat Barrens prostration
And ho I Micky tiowaa' tear hunted
three In the center gardru I a mat -ry.
Red Hchiill has ties uefortunate dur-
ing the past erl game. He has luage
.t duaeu errors.
On cnnaulatton : We did not bare to
sitae tbe agony at Wasfeiagtoo pork
The tram win play Independeet club
here during tbe nest few week aad will
participate la lb Albuquerque tuurus
That tip on FraBkl Fnwaar a a bad
hunch Fneaer ruled (he to 1 favorite
hut there Utile or no money pieced
oa tke event.
The El Paao hoy proved a dlaappolat-
aeat to hi msii.v frtenil. Ilia hifttlng
tsctb's througkout the flgbt leave u bad
Many flgbt fas a ho II netted th
event are of the dalin thai llnlford bad
Faaraar sourly aut. nd that the karat kaj
hutted In le illsuuslifled purposely
Howeiar. I he wrltrr I uf lb opinion
Ikal Fowser we atlll atres at the flalah.
ss bjj rss lo kls dreaslus room asd saa
Is til .treet rlethss ithlu s fee mliiittea.
II did sot skua dUi rvldeuce of
Fvaser wss loo assloua. lis ass
pitted asalnat a vateraa of th basing
acbo.il oulgeaeraleil htm at every
angle Halford fnusbi n lb defea4s
during the earl rounds last wsa atoiaa
stroeg ei tke flelsh
Maaager buna who saa heee bandHag
lialfsrd. saa up lasi eveelsg tu say tbui
kla hay woald hare wsa by the ls l1
had the flgbt prcsreosed Then Uaaagvr
Baas wha la basdllag Frankle Few see
eaas I tu tell hi sad storj "'
It Is sat ssresaary Is ss r thai (key rally
agree aa aver it bluff 1 1
Flgbtlsg Burke abeald he teraaed
"Rlosdy" Bark Kvery llase lb kagal IkSf
Ms bis he base s M ef gee That
famous wlsk la lb tklr r uud yester
day. ekes be ws duaa f r Ike caaal
ef a tea. as as la say . "Wstrh see
agar" gf.Msd I" he uallaaet fu ba ass
again el le Ik Us
TBI BTATK OF TRXA)
T tke Sheriff or Aay t'oatsble of j
l' l eaaty. Ureetlag
Tea ar beret y csamandad le eaaaaaa
Mary T. I.aevnldeen en her knshsnd.
reralasad k. Keevoi.iae. by making
pahllratlaa af IkM t Itatton oar In earn
oeeh f.r fear uresalva ssoka prevlone
te tke return day kerf. tn eowe at
paper published In your foamy to ap-
pear at the eeal regular isrm of th l.
trtet ('ort sf 11 Vsao t'eaaty. ts be
h.-idsn al the ' 'unit Nos tkareof la tbe
1ty sf kl Paso Taise on th ttrt Una-
day I )itambr. iui.i th aam being
tbe flrat day of Beptemfr Ittg tfcen
and there te assurer a pet I tins Mad la
said t'esrt oa tke J4tk day ( July. Ida.
In a ssll numbered on the In. list of said
t'svrt No. ttsttt wherein Barbara An
llohsnherarer ami bar kabad. Mermen
H llokanherger are I'lalmlfr and Mary
T I nvildB and Ferdinand K Kasv-
nldseit are iH-frudanta and said oelltliin
' alieglBg that on the nth day of April a.
I D. one Ifcouaand nine hundred and nine
the defendant. Mary T. Evndn.
I load hy bet hnahsnd. Ferdlnsnd F..
Knevoldsen executed sad dellvsred te
plaintiff Barbara Aon Hobea hsrger s
deed i-nsveylsg to her a certain tract nf
land eltuated In the Ceanty of SI rase
la tbe Mtele of Texas deav-rlhed aa f..
Iowa t" alt The anuth half of th
Bortk half of Section Ten i" Town.
hip Two iii. Block F-lshty.ons 111.
Txa 4 Pacific Railway tompsny. I Kl
raso Csanty Teiaa: (hat said deed was
fsr vetosMo ronalderatlon to-wtt: of
Tea Dollara tltoisn sa well a other
valuable constdsretloua sot mentioned
or sxpressed tbsrsla. which aald con-
slderatlon plaintiff then and there paid
to tbs defendant. Mary T Knev.dd-
Tbat tha description contained In aald
deed of land Intended to n conveyed
thereby wss erroneous and does not la
fart ileacrlli the prentlsea provdd by
plaintiff and Intended to be conveyed by
ilefendant; tbat whereaa said descrip-
tion dsecrlbes tbe tract of land aa the
south half of the north half sf gartion
Ten iKli Township Two t'.V nioci
Mgbty-one (l Texas 4k Pacific Rail
scribed aa follows: The west kalf of th
north half of Rectlnn Ten 1 101. Tewn-
hip Two 121 Block Klgkty-no im
Tsxaa at Pacific Railroad Company In
Kl Paso leuaty. Texas l.eglttnlng at a
stake and mound set for tke southwest
corner of section or aurtey No Ob (1)
th southeast section or survey No. Two
till ami mrtheaat corner of section nr
.urvey No. Nla l; theaee south Oho
varaa to a atak and mound tbence
cast M0 varaa to a point on a line run
nlng due esst end waet and dividing tha
nortk kalf of section or survey No.
Ten i. in i from tke aonth half thereof;
thence at right angles from ssld point
nortk son vsrss to th north llns ef ssld
sect im or survey No Ten 1 10! aad at
a point on the north lias of anld section
or an rve y No. Ten (Ml) midway between
the northeast and aortbweat corners of
said aecllon or survey than-- waet at
right anglea along the north line of aald
action or survey No. Ten (10) to the
place of beginning: and tbat In order to
make anid deed pais te plslmlff the
premises designed and Intended tn be
clauae last above for thai Inaerted hy
intafake o that the whole description
hould read a follows to.wlt : Tbe
et half of section No. Te 1 10). Block
No. Fig hi y-one (81). Towasblp Two
t'.'t. T. g- P Railway Company begin
nlng at s stake or mound set for the
southwest corner of section or attrvey No.
One m tbe southeast corner of section
nr aurvev No. Two I2 and northeast
corner of section or attrvey No. Nine (9) :
tbence south ! vnraa to a point on a
line running due eaat and west dividing
the north kalf of section or aurvev
No. Tea 1 10) from tbe aouth half of aald
section or atirvey: thence at right
angles north WO varaa to tha norm
lis of ald section er earvey Ho.
Ten ilO) aad at a point en tha north
line of slid section or survey No. Ten
i tu midway between tbe northeast sad
Iks northwsn corners of ssld sect leu ur
-ui lev ; them west WKl vera to placa
Thst ssld dasd of cosveysnce waa ae
aa aforeaaid. lucorrrctly arllteu by tke
mistake of Ibe enter who drew the
aauae; that be did not expreea tbe an-
nul lutein of Jhe parties but that tbe
aome waa executed and delivered hy the
drfendanta and ess received by plaintiff
under a mnlual mistake of fact a tu tba
aid 'ies i pi ion of aald land; and plalu-
tlffa ullage that they have requeated and
demanded of defendant that (bey exe-
cute to tbem or to tbe plaintiff. Barbara
Ami Hoheulterger. a correct and proper
deed to said preinlaea hut defendants
have ever failed nd rfuaed and neglect-
ed and at i 11 rfua and neglect to com-
ply with (be plalntiffa aula requeai sud
Wherefore plalnllffs pray the four! tlvet
defendants be cited aa prerlded by law
lo appear and answer tbla petition and
fur JudgtutBt of tbla t'ourl dlrertlug uud
compelling tba defendant to execute a'
new and reformed deed which vlial!
properly deacrlti aald premise for . ..ma
of ault and fur auch other una fuitber
relief speclsl snd gsnrrsl s In law sud
In equity tby may be Justly entitled to
In the alternative plalnllffs pray that
If tbe aid defendants. Mary T Knev-
oldsen snd Ferdlosnd K. F.osvoldsen
tielug iiou-rsaldeuta of thla tital iq
tkelr aherenhout unknown rnnnut ba
reached hy an order of this t'ourt direct-
ing them tu execute a lis and reformed
deed to said land thau plalntiffa pray
the Court thst If It should sn uppsar
upon tke trlsl of tbla cause tbst tbe ssld
defendsuts cannot be reached sud are
beyond tba Jurisdiction of tbla Court
thst Hie Court rntsr sn order and decree
correctly dearrlhlng tbe tract of Innd
aforrsald and dlveatlng the defendant of
all right or title thereto sad vesting the
same In plaintiff. Barbara Ann Hohan .
berger snd for such other teller . .
sraf and apet Isl. In lew asd la equity
that plalntiffa may bs entitled to re-
I'lalntlff for another aud further
cesae of actlea tat tbst (key adout the
first paragraph of the flrat count in this
petition and further allege and repre-
aant to the Court that en er about the
dtk day of April liast. plaintiff. Barbara
Abb Ifobauherger wsa lawfully seised
ami poaaessetl nf tke following described
Irscl or parcal of real aetata tu-att
The seal half of the north ball of ear-
t mayor survey No Ten I W). Block Highly .
one 11). T.iensblp Twe 111 T A V
Hallway i ompauy lisglanlsg at a stake
and muund sst for (he sou t b him cor-
usr of section or surrey No. One tl) i
siutbt roruer of .e.tlon or aurtey No
Twu U'l tba uortkwest corssr of ae.
tt ti r survey No. Nlue lUi tbenc eeutfc
stou vara la a alike and mound: theme
east Msi taras t point sin a Has ni li-
ning due sst md west dividing the
north kslf of section or survey No. Iu
iii) from ike seats' half of said ss
Hon or sarvsy; thence at rlgut augles
uorth Soil vara to tbs north Ms of said
arciion or aerv No Tsn IHIi ind at a
point on th north Itns ef ssld smilou
or survey No Tea It) isldsay belweea
the northeast and sertbwest loruera of
ssld sect rnn or survey: those wsat along
ssld sortk Ho f usld aactlea or aur-
vey Bin vara to the place ef beajlsalng .
Ikat en tba day and year leet aforesaid
dsfsndaats unlawfully aatered apes aald
premise and ie.ied plaintiff tfcerefrom.
Tba h st It fact err Bert.
Uvllversd o Tea I'rou
ewtbwssaera r rtatlas Is
MB Cblkutkus kl Ueo f Uarlley
Cut Kite Hardware
Psint and Glatt.
Mk bSj-O. n raa Bk.
and anlswfniiy witkkolds from them Ik
or said land and premises la tins Hun-
dred ImlUrs illmi
Plaintiff ptsv judgmeat for th title
ami possess!. of sld I tin! for writ ef
IsalllMtlen. rema. dsaiagee and casta ef
aelt. gnrl aud ape. 11 relief
Hereto fall not. but bv yoo befnre
ald ('rt at tie afnrvsmld sext regnler
term thla writ with your retnrs ihereoe.
sowing bow yes kave eserntad the
iVItss. J. A K scaled a nrt of the
list nutnet court ef Kl rsmv v nnnty
i.lvea vnder m hi nd and seal of said
i onrt. a( otriee In th city of I
Taxaa. thla. the iMth day of July. Ittl.T
J A Kr
1 lerk. IMslrlet Court. Kl I'lso lonnti
iy R. M MONTBS I'sputy
TMK glATK OF TKXAH
To lb Pherlff or any Constable of F.l
Psso Count) i rest log
Ton srs hereby tsvinmaniled to summon
Milton A Jonea. Cornelius lluilel
Neheinlah Howell William VT Williams.
Marts Juliette I.illty. Aletander Lllley.
Anna Nelll Hohart. Walter llobsrt
Anson liudlev Urbinball aud Frank M
Hell sad Mrs R. M. Ball by making
publication f this l nation ones In em li
week fbt four successor weeks previous
to the return dsy hereof la some news-
paper pulillahed In your Cmmty to ap-
rear at th next regnler term of th 41st
ilstrtot (iurt of lH I'neo County to he
lioldes st the Court Hen t hereof in
Ik City or Kl I'sao. Texas on (hs flrat
Monday In September. 1111. Ibe same
hetug tbe firm day nf September. Hint
then ami there to answer a petition filed
In sold Court on the '."-'nd day of Jul)
tuts. In a suit numbered on Otr 1'ocket
of aald Court No KRSM. wherein Nicholas
Abraham I'lalntlff. snd Mortis l.oewen-
ateln Juan Loewenstels. Mary s. Hills
Florence II 1 1 la Walters imdlsy Walters.
Neheinlah HuarU. I.lljsh Howell. Frank
VI Bell. Mrs. K M. Bell. Mr Josephine
Crosby Jumea V Hague Jr . I'httllii K
Hague. Clara Hague. Alleen Hague. Flora
K Hague. Jtidyn Hague Klllntt Jessie
M F.lllott. Frsnk W Olda Mary H.
Mills Joaephtns Troaby. T. White. H
B btereas Charles Htevsaa William W.
Williams jr. Marie Juliette l.lll-v. Alev
suder Lllley. Mrs Anon Nelll Hnbart.
Anas I'uillej Bramball Milton A Jones.
Cornelius Hurley Defendants sud said
petition alleging plaintiff represents to
tbe Court that on or about tbe first day
of January A. D 101.1 be was lawfully
aelaed and possessed to tbe folluwlng
dsmTllied land and premises situated In
the City and Cou(y of Kl I'sao mid the
Mists of Ttxu. hot ting sad claiming
the aama In fee simp.e. t
I and the south ten feel HOi end
ten Inches tlin of lot numbered One Hun-
dred Forty-four (1441 lu Block num-
bered Thirty -tkree igR) Mills map Ib
tha City of El I'aso Texas. Kald south
ten feet f lOi and (en luche 1 10) of lot
uuiuhered One llaudred Forty-four 1 144 1
lu said Bluclt Tblriy-three ..ui being
more particularly deecrthed aa follows
to tt Beginning at the southwest cor-
er of Lot One Hundred Forty. four
(1441 In Block Thirty-three l&H est laid
dosn asd described In Anson Mills' msp
of SI I ' is. them nortbwsaterly aloag
tbe eeatarly Una of Santa Fa atreet ten
feet ud teu inches tbence easterly at
right anglea to Santa Fe street and
parallel with Wet Overland s(ree( One
Hundred Twenty feet il'JOi to the alley
running through aald Block No Thirty-
three i;t;; i. thence at right angle aouth-
eaateriy along tha t line of anld al-
ley Ten Feet (101 and Ten Inrbe ill))
thence at right anglee weaterly One
Hundred Twenty Feet 1 1 Jill to the eaat
line ef ggnta F street and place of
beginning; thut on tbe day and year last
aforesaid the defenilante unlawfully en-
tered upon said premises sud ejected
plaintiff (herefrom sud unlawfully
withhold from the possession thereof to
his damage In the sum nf Five Hundred
Hellnrs . tbat the reaejiiuble su-
nl rntal of aald land nml premises
Is Two Hundred Imllara illim.OUi.
Herein fall not hut have you before
said Court at Ita aforeaaid neit regu-
lar term thlr writ allh your return
thereon abowlng how you have executed
Witness J. A. Eacajede. Clerk of. the
Olalrlct court of Kl I'a.o County
i I ven under ray band and seal of said
Court at office In the City of Kl Saao.
Texaa. tbla the 22nd day of July. IBia.
J. A. EMCA.II.I'V
Clsrk Irlstrlct Conr( Kl Psso County.
By J. N. I'll 1 1. 1.1 I'M. Hepitty
NOTll'k OF H'lOCKIIlll.llDltM' A NO
pIRUi'l tills MKKTINO.
s -tl. i- I hereby given Ihnt the regttlsr I
annual meeting uf the stia kliol'lers of. the
Fl Psso A Moutpwesteru Rullrosd Co.. of
Tesss. s corporation organised under Ibe
lawe nf tba state of Ton all! be held
at the office of tb company at No. HID K
Wednesday. Kept. lOtb. IU and upon Ibe
same dale. Immediately upon adjournment
of once stockholder' inserting there will
be held at the sine place the regular
s initial meeting nf the board f director
of sash company for I lie election f Its
officers for ibe ensuing year sad th
tranaactloii of aurh other Juialucas a may
come liefore tbe board
A. I. HAWI.EY. Hesretttry.
Custsm Assay Office
CIUTIUETT A FTJRfil'MiN
Succeaaor to Hughe A Crltchatt.
Aaaaynr heaUla Metallurgists
At.r NTb FOR OKK HHII'I'rJKS
10 San h m
Ball Phono 4
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Prescriptions Pilled snd Delivered
at Any Tim Day or Night
fall Ordr Pilled Promptly.
A. E. RYAN & CO.
Notice to Customs Collectors and all U. 8. G'v't Officials;
Ton will pleeee tske notice that no delivery of esttle. horsa at
mule that may be (hipped or driven belonging to Oeneral Don tsfjafij
I or will be authorised to enter the United State at any other porta
than th port of JuSre end Rl Paso. August 14th. 111.
Lt'lH TRR RASAS.
Ry i. PRANCISCO MOMNAIt
AHnrney In Faet.
NOTirB TO THR ORNRRAI PPRUCt
Ton will plea (eke nolle that no on except myself my tw
son. Luis Terrs Jr.. and Alberto Terraxas. and J raftc. Mollnar
are authorised lo aell or dispose of sny of my cattle horaea. mulea or
other live Mock branded
snd no sales made hy any one la will be recngnleed hy me. And aay
one handling or In any manner dealing In any nf ald stock without a
bona fid bill of ale signed ss above Indicated will be prosecuted hy
th Panhandle and Southwestern Stockmen's Aesoclatlon of Taxaa and
by me (o (he full extent of tha law. August 14 ISIS.
Ry J. FRANCISCO Mi 'LIN AP.
Attorney In Fct.
It I rhat hHpe to hullil a city.
Our paint and putty factory while not as big a the Pearson
box factory or the railroad shop Knhlberg's cigar fsctory and foun-
dries atlll It help along a little and keeps the money circulating
Highest and most beautiful office building In the world
TUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO
w f AINTING PAPERINO TINTING
Velton paint CO.
3 O O rf Stanton sgt . Phone T)B-VF
WHERE TO DINE
Mr.. 4c:iwA- rs-2ii now
lCW VII III
f-VI IHTIIIM IS HIM
Soath Kl I'sao si reel
Next to Oean Salrn.
BEN and WAIT. Proprietors
209 TEXAS STREET
BKT MSALR IN Tgl CITT.
nerve rklass make as ordered. Iheet
Ordere All Hoars its. or Might.
VSB FOT. Proprlete.
Uo to Phil Young's Cafe
For your Lunch. F.aclill Idas. Chill
snd Beans. Hot and cold luncbss at
sll I .uirs Agents M .neiii Clnclunstl
Uasr on draft.
BEN gWBENET. Fro.
tif S. El Psso 8t..
The Newest and licet Reartaornnt
Club House Cafe
Frsnk Poy and Dob Oang Prop
10S K. II. PA80 ST.
BANKING BY MAIL
Just a easy to open a savings n ..nut with Saa a though yoo
Uveal next duor.
WE PAY 4 per ce-nt Interest compounded Twine Every Year. We
do bualnes under the Depositor's Ouaranly Law of the State of Treias
aad are a Ouaranty r I Hank as provided by such tatw.
Onr plan In addition to bring convenient. Is safe profitable and
liberal Nobody lists over lost a dollar In a state Rank In Taxaa.
Write today for our free) booklet "UANKI.NCi BY MAIL" o
simply wall your dopoalt.
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO. El Psso Texss
YOUR SUMMER TRIP?
WASHIVLTON. n. c. .
TALLl'LAK I ! I ts. fi.V
IIAL'I IMiittl Mil
Ill is 1 1 in. M Iss
Dl i id i IT MH II
HT. LOI IH Md
SAMSAJI ( m mo
M.U VOUK N. Y
ON SALE DAILY
Until September SOth 1913. Low round trip fares
to all principal Kistern and Northern points. Final
return limit October 31st.
iJenver . .
St. Louis .
Chicago . .
. 40 65
. 57 15
. 44 70
Boston . .
Detroit . .
. 95 15
. 74 55
. 74 55
If SSSf vswallua hort uesa lb
GOLDEN STATE LIMITED
etui alia luauj boar le
KANSAS CITY. CHICAGO. T. LOUIS AND THE EAST
KIIUU'I LI.VK AN II TMROl (.H al.KKI'r.K TO MslMI'IUS.
Par Kelee. Ha-ssrsvUiMss. Kouusb. ICkc . Pboae 6S4 or SSS1. or call UUy IV. est (MTksa
lVI.HI-1'.ls HAMiH HI II I.I M.
nsssal Aareut I Mh.iu.(.iiK. a. A
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 18, 1913, newspaper, August 18, 1913; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth196556/m1/5/: accessed July 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.