Worley's Directory of the City of El Paso, Texas 1901 Page: 44
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The "Old Reliable." Telephone 114.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ICE.
Factory on Main Line Southern Pacific By.
JOHN F. WORLEY & CO.'S
Cole, Miss Ida Lockhart, Mrs. Eilene Syme, Miss Florence Far,
Aoy School.—500 S. Oregon. Mr. W. H. T. Lopez, principal;
Mr. Maury Kemp, Miss Margaret O'Keeffe, Miss Adams, Miss Lola
Mayfield, Miss Lilly Smith, teachers.
Central School.—Ne cor. Myrtle, N. Campbell. G. W. Roach,
principal; H. P. Reynolds, Miss Jessie Lyons, Miss Pinkie Tarver,
Miss Alice Hunter, C. T. Yeiser, G. d'Arcias, Miss Lena McKie, Miss
Florence Wilson, Mrs. Ida Patterson, Miss Mamie Lyons, teachers.
Douglass School (Colored).—Ne cor. E. 4th, Kansas. Mr. W. L.
Taylor, principal; Mrs. W. L. Taylor, assistant.
Franklin School.—Sw. Overland, I^on. Miss Mamie Sexton,
principal; Miss Bessie Gillaspie, Miss Julia Logan, Miss Maule,
Mesa School.—Montana bt N. Ochoa, Virginia. Mrs. B. B. Bailey,
principal; Miss Alice Chambaud, Miss Helen Brady, Miss Sue Dix,
Miss Mary Stanton, Miss Iron Barclay, Miss Allie Fitzpatrick,
Kindergarten.—Miss Lula Jones, director; Miss Emma Hoffman,
Special Teachers.—Miss Mary Gates, director of drawing; Miss
Lilia Trumble, director of music.
Supernumary.—Miss Gertrude Higgins.
El Paso County Hospital.—Old Fort Bliss. I. Gaal, supt.
Excelsior, The.—Sanitary Hospital. Cor. N. Oregon, Missouri.
Dr. A. A. Lindsay, proprietor.
Hotel Dieu.—Sanitary (Hospital). E6. N. Stanton, bt Rio
Grande and Arizona. Conducted by the Sisters of Charity. Sister
STRICTLY AMERICAN. UP-TO-DATE
OYSTEBS Direct from New York Exclusively. Open Day and Night
The Best t'up of Coffee in El l'atio. 322 SAN ANTONIO
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