El Paso Sunday Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 17, 1904 Page: 3 of 14
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OOLT8 GOT FIR8T BLOOD
EL PASO BOYS WON FIRST GAME
IN A BJJM MATCH.
Neither Team Had Their Best Timber
in the Field, But Will Have Today,
and a Good Game is Expected—
New Pitcher Holds Down the Slab
VVbat at first promised to be an
excellent game of ball yesterday after-
noon, through a lot of bad playing
toward the last, proved to be one of
the worst seen on the local diamond
However. - both pitchers proved
themselves good, with perhaps too
slight a control of the ball. Parnell,
a now one, held down the slab for
the Colts, and succeeded In striking
out twelve of his opponents .luring
.the game. Pelphrey. the one-armed
wonder of Mesilla Park school, was
on the slab for fhe Alamogordos and
he started out all right, but in the
third Inning the Colts began to get
onto his slants and what they did in
the punishment of the ball from then
on would till a book in the telling,
not to mention filling the spectators
The first two inning were very
promising indeed, and just about the
time that those who had gathered to
see the game had settled themselves
to a good game, the trouble began.
The first inning started out with
Crenshaw at the bat for the visitors.
He struck out and was followed by
Qulnleven. who was allowed to walk
to first. Shirks fared the same fate
as fhe first man up and went down
before the three slants and twirls
that Parnell tossed Into him.i Gray
fared better In getting to feel the ball,
but Ills hit went straight to Ford at
second and was shot into first, retir-
ing the side.
El Paso came up to bat with Ream
at the stick. He got a cake walk,
but in trying to steal second went out.
He was followed by Martin who made
firs' and stole second. Krause went
out. at first on a hall to short and
Ford struck out, retiring the side.
Alamogordo's second inning was no
more successful than their first in
the matter of crossing the plate. Mc-
Kalvin walked to first. Bostiwick
struck out. as did Pelphrey. Sleight
struck out and McKelvin tried to home
but because of the interference of
Pelphrey at the plate was called out,
retiring the side.
El Paso's half Sullivan went to first
on long hit to left. Walsh sacrificed,
advancing Sullivan to second. Asher
hit fly to center and Ingersoll struck
Batts for Alamogordo went out at
first on short ball to pitcher. Cren-
shaw struck out. Qulnleven went to
first ym hall to short.
Parnell came up for El Paso and
struck out. Reum struck safe to right,
Martin walked on being hit, forcing
Reum to second. Krause struck a
safe to center, making three on base.
Ford went out, on fly to canter. Sul-
livan hit safe to left, and Reum scored.
Marlin tried and got caught, retiring
El Paso with h score of one to a
goose egg at the end of the third
Shirks was at the Stick for Alamo-
gordo in this inning and hit ball to
third and went out at first. Gray lilt,
a two bagger to left and stole second.
McKelvin walked on halls. Gray
went out at third by a throw of pitcher
to third. Bostwlck hit a safe to see- i Walsh, 3b.. .
olid and on wild throw of Ford to first Asher, cf.. ..
McKelvin scored, Pelphrey struck | ingersoll, if.,
Walsh came tip and struck out, Ash-
er walked, Ingersoll struck sale over
third and Asher scored. Parnell hit
to center and Ingersoll advanced to
second. Reum hit to second and went
out at first. Martin fanned.
Sleight went out on fly to short
and Batts hid a walk on balls. Cren-
shaw hit short to pltchejr and pitcher
threw wild to second and Batts went
to third. Qulploven and Shirks struck
Krause bunted and went out on first.
Ford got a hit as did Sullivan. The
pitcher balked and Ford and Sullivan
walked. Walsh hit fly to center ami
went out. Ford came home after ball
was caught. Asher hit through sec-
ond and Sullivan scored. Ingersoll
lilt at the wind.
Gray hit safe to center McKelvin
hit to third and on a bad throw of
third to second Gray went to third.
Bostwlck fanned and Pelphrey walked.
Sleight hit to pitcher and on a had
throw and Sullivan's holding the bail
Gray and McKelvin scored. Pelphrey
scored on a passed ball. Crenshaw
Parnell wont out on first by hit to
second. Ropm walked aid Martin hit
safe to left, advancing Reum to sec-
ond. Krause hit to third and on a
fumble of third went to- first. Ford hit
long fly to center and Reum and Mar-
tin Scored. Krause went out on high
fly to third. Walsh hit fiv to center
and on a muff Krause and Ford scored.
Asher went out on foul to catcher.
Qulnleven hit long fiv to left and
made second. Shirks struck out and
Gray followed him with hit to second,
going out on first. McKelvin hit high
fly to second who muffed and Quln-
leven scored. Bostwick and Pelphrey
walked and Sleight hit to pitcher and
on a fumble McKelvin scored. Bost-
wlck was called out for Interference
Ingersoll hit long fly to left, getting
two bags. Parnell walked and Reum
hit long fly to center and Ingersoll
scored, Martin hit a hot one through
the pitcher and made first. Krause
went out ai first on hit to second.
Reum scored through n bad throw:
of first to third. Ford hit to left who
muffed and Parnell scored. Ford went
out in trying to steal third. Sullivan
went out at first.
Batts out at first on short hall field-
ed hy pitcher. Crenshaw lilt long to
canter and made safe stealing sec-
ond and on had throw of catcher to
second went to third. Qulnleven
struck out and Shirks went out at
first on lilt to third.
Walsh went out on fly to left ami
Asher struck out. Ingersoll hit fly
to third and on muff went to first.
Reum hit through second amt made
first and Martin went out on three
Gray hit to Bhort and on fumble
and a pass wpnt to second. McKelvin
hit safe to center and Gray went to
third. On bad throw of catcher to
second Gray and McKelvin scored.
Bostwlck struck out; Pelphrey went
to first on hit to third. Sleight hit
to short and made first. Batts hit
safe over short's head and Pelphrey
sclred. Batts tried to steal second
and got caught. Crenshaw hit safe
to left and Martin struck out. As the
Alamogordo's had not tied Kl Paso's
score, the Colts did not take their last
In the game yesterday the Colts did
not have their regular team In the
field, nor did Alamogordo. Several
of Alamogordo’s players will he in
this morning and Ashley, the Colts’
new pitcher, who has just been signed
will hold down the plate. A much
better game than that, of yesterday is
El Paso Colts
A lt It. H. P.O. A E.
A B. R H P.O A. E
Crenshaw. ,*s ..
. . . 5
.. . 5
. . . 3
. . . 4
Pelphrey. p.. .
Sleight, rf.. ..
Totals .. ..
1 dypmf ,, '. 1"'
THE NEW WOMAI
Suffrage In Australia
Two base hits, ingersoll. Qululeven
Bases on balls, off Parnell 8; off Pel
Hit hy pitched ball. Martin. Reum.
Struck out, by Parnell 12; Pelph-
Passed halls. Batts.
Wild pitches, Parnell 2: Pelphrey 1,
I.Ally, who lives ami votes and
has her being In Australia,
where tier sex has full suf
frnge. lately visited America j
and gave some addresses. In h speech j
lu Boston she said We have found it!
is better to fence the precipice at the |
top than to wait at the bottom with am
ambulance.” So far ns working real
reforms, iminlcipa! and otherwise, tin j
wihuan wlui cannot vote can mnv only,
wait at the bottom of the precipice
with an ambulance, no matter bow cu |
pnble and public spirited she is. All]
Balk, by Pelphrey. I tin' world lets her lake care of the sleki
Stolen bases. Krause, McKelvin 2, ..... _____ »... , .,... ......... |
Sacrifice hits. Reum, Krause, Watoh. I
Vmpiro. Maple, 1
South corner Wyoming street. 43.’by j
120 feet, retaining wall and fence.
Price for three (lavs, $930.
ARNOLD & DODGE
Over First National Bank.
‘GOOD OLO TIMES" GONE.
Robert Roosevelt, the President's Un- ,
cle. Marks Passing cf Simplicity.
New York. April 16.—Days of “Jef-
fersonian -implicit}" are over forever,
according to Hebert B. Roosevelt,
uncle of the president. Mr. Roose-
velt, who is an active democrat, ex-
pressed tills belief 111 ati address be-
fore the Thirteen club at a celebration
of Thomas Jefferson’s birthday
"The days of Jeffersonian simplicity
are over," said he. "1 have a sym-
pathy with them, hut 1 am far from
quarreling with the man who thinks
and feels otherwise and sometimes I
have had doubts about the sincerity
of the simplicity of which we have
heard so much. Was there not a little
too much in riding up to the capttol,
hitching the horse to a post and step-
ping into the court room to take the
oath of office? Would our citizens ap-
prove of the magistrate of this great
and powerful nation were we today
to so disregard the ordinary proper-
ties and amenities as to follow these
"The simplicity of the days when
a few had a dollar and no one cared
whether he had It or not. have passed |
and poor. But if she hml a vote she
could do much to prevent sickness. |
crime and poverty. Meantime herej
are some of the things the ballot has I
done for the feminine sex In Australia:;
It has established a new department I
of government, tin- children's council,!
which sees that in all court cases chll-1
droit got justice and kindness ami nj
fair chance; it lias abolished child lu-1
bor altogether; lu the factories the san ;
Ilary conditions have been greatly Im-
proved, mid nil the employees get a:
Saturday half h< b-biy, In the postof-
fleo department whore women clerks
received $300 n y before they had a
vote, they now get before women
voted women te hers itt the public
schools got less pay tbnn men for the
same work, while now the salaries tiro
the same to both ; t the like grade of
work. Since « i n il have had the
ballot the men of vnstralln have dis-
covered that the world is for woman,
too, anil that women are somebody tts
well as themselvi Meantime, while
in monarchical Australia women have
all their rights as human beings. In
the so called free epnbllc of the Unit
ed States women ill wait with an am-
bulance at the bot.oai of the precipice
everywhere except a four states.
When the create o power ha* made a
chunk of putty In' the slmpe of a man
or woman and breathed the breath of
lif" Into it. what ate you going to do
about it? What - an it ever be but a
chunk of putty still'.'
Be good, swectiii n and let who will
R R. #
It Is n feather in the cap of Atuerl-
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AS REBUKE TO i’KABODY
COAL MINES IN U.
CLOSE ONE DAY.
And On That Day All Miners Will
Unite in Protest to Prod dent
Against Conduct of Colorado Strike
by Governor and Militia.
Every caul mine In th
States is to be shut down for on<
as a. protest against the policy of (lov
It Is the |dan of the leaders not to
make known the Intention with refer
cnee to closing down all of the Coni
nil nos in the I tilted State* tint! I after
action ts taken because some fenr that
Governor Peabody will ntempt to, pre
vent the meeting of the executive
council hero It Is said that the ue
Mon will come Just before the close
of the mooting. so that <1 twin *r Pea
body will not be given an opportunity
to Interfere with the meeting
Might Afreet Mitchell.
It Is lie* intention <>t Mr Mitchell to
! go from Denver to Trinidad. It Is
| reported in some (pmrtetu that in ease
I'nited i su,,ll ocllon is taken and Mr Mitchell
j goes into Trinidad where martial lav.
* H' i-i' vailM. that In will run counter to
Lately of (he Alamogordo. Hotel, at S
Alamogordo, and formerly for many
years manager of the Sehlttz Hotel,
Milwaukee, will open Sunday tile Tol-
tee saloon at Juarez.
the opptiRltioi) of the troops and that
e rn or Pen Doily with regard to strikes 1)1“ may be ordered lo hw - r Ou the
jean women that the first portrait tlu»j|n Colorado. 1 "Dm 'mind, It is denied that Governor
! dowager empress of China ever permit ; .. , .. , I Peabody no matter wfiat aeit.'it th<
ted an artist to print of her Is the k ' , . ... ... j "tk«s "‘"'I'1 aMoinpi to hit
work of „„-Abmuv"... girl. Miss Knle m""' ,,n" >'a8B "™,at «'"*• »>»<•'* w ■ 1,1 '»•’ “ "’rt ......
lie forwarded to President Roosevelt, j hns the confidence ul President House
The Western Federation of Miner:-,
Carl. Mias t.’ny Hied for a time In
Th! An?a palace at IWng. and Tut An. ; "'king him to lake action with a view | *.
to eh cell i tig the sway of the Coloradi
Licensed to Wed.
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to Mr. Frank Uansedel and
Miss Leah Meffort.
of state, gave sit
\ lilt,, woman. The
ixhibtUni at the St.
Reum. If.. .
Kramie, 0. . .
Ford, 2b.. .
.4 3 2 0 0
6 2 2 1 0
. 5 1 2 12 0
,5 2 2 1 2
, f, 1 3 8 0
. 5 0 0 0 2
. 1110 0
Parnell, 11........ 3 1 1 0 4
Over Their Heads.
I don't know why It Is." said the
scholarly young preacher, ’’but 1 can t
get the people of my town Interested
in coming out to church. I bestow a
great, deal of care and thought on my
sermons, yet it is seldom indeed that
the church is more than half full.”
T see what the trouble is, brother."
said his elderly ministerial friend
from the great city. "You are preach-
ing Henry Ward Beecher sermons In
(l ] a Sam Jones town.”
•- McKelvin and Bostwick out for
12 15*22 8 4] The "old maids' convention," as wat
to he expected, was attended chiefly
hy grass widows.
SOME GOOD TtllMGS
Which Perhaps You Would Not Think of
Unless Your Attention Was Called to Them
Mcllhenny’s Ground Tobasco
Grapewines, Powdered Raw Onion
Libby’s Fluid Beef
Sirop de Batterie
Essence of Anchovies
Pin Morley Pickles
Peter’s Milk Chocolate
Pulverized Evaporated Pumpkin
Pure Bermuda Arrowroot
We have the Electro-Silicon Polishing Cabinet,
Indispensable for Cleaning Plate and Silverware
204 St. LOUIS ST.
dressed In her roi
tings to the yout<
portrait will be tu
About that "be; 4y luncheon" In Chi-
cago over which m<j many newspaper
people have slunjuened their wits it is
a line Idea, re v. We ought to have j
such luncheon* of toner! Everything I
that tends to in,-To woman care less Pm |
mere clothes f< the body and more for \
the perfection id jdenl beauty of the j
body itself ou; to be fostered ami on
It rests a lino wholly with a woman
herself whetb* sbw shall get too obi
for money earn ig occupations. If she .
controls her t< i per ami her silly nerves
and takes core f her body ami. above j
all, never alumi'* down and quits, she
can continue f.> work as long as she j
needs to. Jus* imply let her not give
oollfth suggestions that
to do this or that. A
» young by Intelligence j
up or heed th*
she is "too old
woman can lo
and will perwe;
governor, and to put nn end to Mo !
use of the military in Colorado striker
ami of breaking up martini law in
Such will probably be the action
taken by the executive council of the;
American Federation of Labor, which |
meets in quarterly session In Ibis c!t> ,
John Mitchell, the president of the!
United Mine Work era of America* i
a member ol that council and sueon • j
vice president of the American Fed
eration or Labor His Influence with
the organization is almost'us powerful
as that of President Samuel (Jumpers.,
and if Mr. Mitchell advocate- Ihk ar
Hon on the part of the coal miner- of
the 1 niter I States there I hut little
doubt that Hp; council will Indorse1
it unanimous 1>
Tim! Mr Mitchell will advocate
uk Ir action Is clearly shown in the
editorial uUeranees of tire Unlfeii
Mine Work* r ' Journal, the ofbelal
organ of tin organization as well a-
th* oftieia.i mouthpiece or John Miteh-
ell. 'I'lii paper b published at In j
df a ha pole (ml., the headquarter ,ot i
the United Mine Workers; and the ol ;
lU’lal P idmirc ol Ml . Min belt |( ;
Is issued under bh eye and every copy j
is serutinL. < <1 by hint before P i - Riven
to fhe miners In the lari Issue of tho
dated March ,'M. there
has p c-rived tvinloreements lo the ex
tent of about. 12,cud b th* action oi
rho I niled .Northern Min"ia! >flne
Workers, At the amtai convention of
this body at Lbpewlng. Mich , Ivy
unanimous vole is was dechl M to at
111 late with the Western Fr<p ration of
Minerp The organ I 'H ion con.Hsta of
iron and copper w u'kn s in .Michigan,
lUinoi:. Akrbnnm, h <\u*olina
fv.mt.h 1 ’arollim << r and . o-w Jer
PARKER WILL NOT TALK.
Be careful whit you write In letters.
Spenk what, y i pleas*', but what Is
written lx wr nen. It stands for or jounjH|
against you,in nek and white. I leading editorial Inveighing bitterly
9 | against the rnndtMou of affair*- m Col
(.'an you sharpen a lead pencil or a ; orudo and Covrnor Pea hod > "'»lie>
penknife prop* >’? If you can’t, then r<»nml 1 v denounced
learn, ‘Woman will never he man s ’
equal till she < r sharpen a lead pencil
verance conquer every
ami a penknib
Grit and pei
Why is It t: >t wealthy women al-
ways are pbllan|l>ropically »ml
patronizingly ulous to have poor
girls learn to b '’ooka and dressmakers
Some woiner writers and r iealeers
appear to think housework is j Tfectly
glorious-for oi or women to u .
A atatUtidar >aa found out that this
country contn ** nearly three times
!« roundly denounced. The editorial
"Therefore, the Journal would urg“
vvifh nil it* power, that every miie r
lay bib- op** flay bold rmi4 meeting z
pns; wuitabie r*,s*dutiom-. arid rend
them lo Pi nienl K<*o < vclf. and
[ilaliily it !1 him the skate of anarchy
that exli4>, ii ('olprado and ark him
to use hi; ample authority to cjq^ck
the reign of terror ther*’. Recti; the
murdei< the iTvidjing o| women and
Kirin. Teii hirp how peaceable men !
have hi" ii hot down upon their own j
property and their bodies filled with]
bullet.'* after math Tell him how
bonert, law abiding men have been
evicted from their own ground and
their ow n bous es Ini rued over ( heir
; h*\ijl Put these matters courteous-
I ly, but toreibiy. and tell him you ex
j pent him to act at once, if this is not
done, Worse things ate to come K*
Effortr of Thcr.i Who Would Force
Declaration of Opinions ot Loo j
pus Man Have Failed,
New ‘York. April Hh Opponents Of j
Jud; Alum B Purl who aiv sek I
lug t..» tor'-e him into a declaration of!
hi oplnlote on piddle qmeiiotm in ad
value of i be tiemocrnlic - lab convert I
i i lou w|H U"! i-iteci o(|
| h ir said iieie oil p. , .d authority j
that Jtidge IfarkfiD | •«> I i * > will be to!
itnaintnln alnolai* , 1 me atul an up ]
j pearanci of ind;IT-.-i •■iht until he i
nominated, and his fir t utterunce will
come jn hi letter of aeroplane-*. Then
the party, it ii takes Judge Parl er an
if' Candidaie will be required to take
( him uJismIuH I; oq irunt If ).s also | '!'
j said ♦ hat h! polb v (hiring He « .nu '
paign will l.»e op* of ‘(.-^erve.
j H» eiu ot me i»'>l re. igii, but h
i not like I •• f*i I lie terms on which
he i i b< nominated, ii nominated he
k to 1 first rfiat He* democrat.! o‘
N .• i fit; w ii lit him and second that
all tie democrat ; v, ho can be found
SH> I: * the IJpef Utllll.* PrOKldeflt.
Root * veil in temperulurcharacter
Since the campaign is largely to he
made on the issue of "turn Teddy out."
and since the president Is expected to
he very active all summer. Judge Par-
ker will hold himself aloof from cam
imlgn aetivlties and take tin* part of
a conservative Jurist awaiting the
Judge Parker and David H Hill met
for the first tinm* In three weeks the
other day at the funeral of the late
.Mayor James \\ iUuckley They did
not talk politich. and .bulge Parker
returned to bis home nt Msopus, where
lie is spending the two weeks' recess
of the court ol appeals.
ANNE GOULD A CATHOLIC.
The Now Cduriess de Cat.iillane Pre-
vailed on by Husband to Em-
brace His Faith.
Paris, April Hi It has become
known in Fiance that Countess de
CusHdlune. tonmulv Miss (Jould, hai*
heconu* si Roman Catholic and that
tlu- children will now' Undoubtedly be
brought up in th*- Catholic Inlth. Til©
Marquis de (kotellane and his son aro
iervent Catholic;; and it la known that
the\ have exercised their influence
upon the mind ot the American born
coitnicHs until sbe has now Iiecomo us
| ardent a Catholic us her husband and
father in law Ii is said that she n .
tnb se one day’s st i vices in her pel
vat* din pel The tael that the < as
tdlanes ar • very zealotm (’Hthollcs
was broiigjit out the other day in the
chamber of deputies During the ill
eiwdon the count. ar*»se trmn his seat,
ami in "Ti nm i indignant voice de
flounced the president's tiiji to Italy
a an jiis'ilt to fhe head of ihe Homan
Catholic church and tlint the presi-
dent should iiev< r be allowed to visit
n king who was on terms of open <n
irilfy with the Vatican. Of coursv, tie*
eoiint did not ariiii ve anything h.v hi
I eeeJi, tint he hud used nn opportunity
i' show his •.strong faith in, the itoumn
( i<*bolle church
D^WLYS PLEAD GUILTY.
Notorious Kansas Cattlemen Admit Il-
Topeka, Kan , April Hi - C P.
| Dewey and Chaune*■> Dew y the- al<-
rnoon pleaded ;/,i|i|ty In the United
I dia. "-' dist ri< f <"met t;» -the fencing
government land in Rawlins and
contiguous e imitb . They were each
fined $1 “ion and e i -t < : the court
and enk n< d t > on* <ia in the Shaw-
nee county. .*ail,
The i.rouhies arising os o' tli.o fene-
lug of ties lamb -hud much to do
wllb the bring ng aliout of the Berry-
Ilf'Wi , f< *:,| ami the killiim of aeverul
of (h • r by (’bailee • and
ns many wldev
becauoe the v.
bands or be*
as widowers. Is this j mind him that the comet, arc silenced
lows cannot get hns-
se they don't want
out around where you
have, hysterics, jump
dory window or other
that no proeesK of law can obtain tin
Jess the courts are supported by
[ Tilled Hi rH-k Iroofc 1 . ue this call
at one' lshuc.lt toda* Fverv bom
is precious, for liberty_ (je* bleeding
at eveiv pore ’
Want President to Act.
The object of this extn me rncaMtn
! If a fire brcoi
I are, don't fain
pout of a fourth
wlw make an 'Hot of yourwilf. Ju-* ; ,m Hie pa’ll of Ihe I nil. /I Minn Work
keep your flea' on ami try to lx- of ,.n, \. cmirn-, i>, indue.- f'n i.lden*
aonic um*. j Hoonovolt to ifive bxxd to flic demand
It R | lliai he act at. latwe-e -or liotwi-en tin
Tim Killy a,- on liaa already berm. 11,1(1 Ul" governor, a In
j That perhapK i the reaaoii for an Kiik- j ",l<* t,*<*
j llah woman'* v fltlntt In a Killy little
j soaaazfm- an lleged explanation of
j why women file "masterfuI toen." Wo
I men do not |«< masterful men" In tiie
; domestic sphere not even In England,
j A woman admires a man wlx, can mas
ter fate, einns stance, misfortune or
an unruly horse but when It comes to
trying bis ma erf nines* on her not . wltlilh the organization
much: A won m Is not a slave or a
horse or a circt instance,
ELIZA A HOWARD CONNER.
in the case ol the Klrlking
; coal miner:' in i’cnnsylvania and the
i operators- Failing in this, it is an-
: nouni i d that. Krestdent Mitchell pro-
j posci! to til ing some action licforc Hie
supreme court at the I'nited Htalso*
I to the end In view.
While ihe movement so far to shut
: down all of fhe coa! mines In fhe
| I idled JSlates for one (let lias been
* wlthjh the organization of which Mr.
Mitchell is the head, it is believed that
I he vudfI seek to have the climax come
: at tin- ui'-ctiio of |i,n executive conn
' cil of Hie American Federation of Do
: Ixir in this city Indeed, this plan
For Sale Cheap. .liter it had tx-eii dctoitnlned upon, re
Gents'fiirn dn)t stdekdind fixtures ’"Red ■" MdoCmekln* for the time
.... „ „ i IxdiiK th.- movement to have the xn
nd at ifn, South Ore-! mp ,„llrl thP acls (J,
' son strew* Apolt at once to George (;,)V»rnm but that will com.
| complete, in
C. Hilzingcr, trustee.
We furnish your
Wo atm to mc*-t cvcry office requirement'. Rave time, labor
and money hy installing well-devised (ipiipmolit That means
YAWMAN & EHBE CO. SECTIONAL FILING DEVICES AND
CARD INDEX SYSTEMS.
We have juM received a xhiptnept that includes.
VERTICAL FILING CABINET8,
SHANNON FILING DEVICES. ,
CARD INDEX SYS'i'EMS—Any number of drawers.
CARD SYSTEMS to. incet unv requin lnenr- of Real Estate
InHiiranr -. Menautiie Hankiiiy ami profushional Kecords.
Yawfuan Ai Erin Filing System, have u hundred points of ka
perlorlty Hug no other system* equal. Remember vim Insta'l
a Filing System but once: ami you sure its cost a dozen times
a year if you get the ritth' kind
ection before the line is broken.
International Book & Stationery Company,
Phone 496. 107 El Paso Street.
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El Paso Sunday Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 24, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 17, 1904, newspaper, April 17, 1904; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth595938/m1/3/: accessed July 14, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.