Worley's Directory of the City of El Paso, Texas 1901 Page: 36
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The "Old Reliable." Telephone 114.
PURE DISTILLED WATER
WHOLESALE AND RETAI
me 114. [|
JOHN F. WORLEY & CO.'S
■Julian Engine Co. No. 1.—Organized December, 1892. Member-
bership 15. Meets first Wednesday of each month at city hall. J. B.
Badger, president; Frank del Buono, vice-president; 1). Y. Hadley, sec-
retary; H. B. Stevens, treasurer; August Breiten, foreman; Thos.
German, assistant foreman; J. J. Sullivan, driver.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
San Francisco, Chili.
San Francisco, Santa Fe.
San Antonio, El Paso.
San Antonio, Oregon.
San Antonio, Mesa Av.
Overland, El Paso.
Overland, Santa Fe.
\ El Paso Foundry
I (Private box.)
Second. El Paso.
Santa Fe. Fifth.
42 Virginia, Second.
43 Stanton, Fourth.
45 Florence, Fifth.
46 Tays, Third.
51 Florence. Overland.
52 Florence, San Antonio.
53 St. Vrain, San Antonio.
54 Ange, Magoftin Av.
56 Tornillo, San Antonio.
61 Myrtle, Campbell.
62 Myrtle, Ochoa.
63 Myrtle, St. Vrain.
ii4 Myrtle, Octavia.
65 Myrtle, Brown.
71 St. Louis, Oregon.
72 St. Louis, Stanton.
73 Texas, Stanton.
74 St. Louis, Campbell.
75 St. I^onis, Ochoa.
121 Missouri, Santa Fe.
123 Missouri, Oregon.
124 Mesa Ave., Franklin.
125 Missouri, Stanton.
126 Missouri, Campbell.
131 Missouri, Ochoa.
132 Missouri, St. Vrain.
134 Missouri, Octavia.
135 Idaho, Kansas.
136 Idaho, Ochoa.
141 Idaho, Santa Fe.
142 Idaho, Oregon.
143 Kio Grande, Oregon.
145 Rio Grande, Stanton.
146 Kio Grande, Florence.
One stroke of the bell means district No. 1, two strokes, district
No. 2, and so on up to No. !). For No. 12 the bell will give one tap
followed by two more after a short intermission; for No. 13 one tapj
followed by three. In case of tire in your neighborhood send in an
alarm through nearest telephone or messenger box.
ACADEMIES, COLLEGES AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
/*,'/ Paso Private School.—214 Myrtle ave., L. II. Jamison, prin-
X arses' Training School.—Hotel Dieu.
Sacred Heart Parish School.—Ne cor. S. Oregon, E. 5th. Under
the supervision of the Loretto Sisters.
St. Joseph's Academy.—(Private school for young ladies.)
315 N. El Paso. Under the supervision of the Loretto Sisters.
Sister Barbara, superioress ; twelve assistants.
strictly american. Open Day and Night.
TuJtIP^R,UM BLDG., NORTH OF PLAZA.
THE BEST CUP OF COFFEE IN EL PASO.
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