L PASO HERALD
Wednesday, lareli 16, 1910.
By James Forbes
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Novelized From Forbes's
Play of the Same
JbAn W. Harding
Copyright, 1908, by i.
W. Dillingham Com
pany. Every Saturday
when setting forth
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Men's and Boy's Outfitters
At the Bfumenthal Corner
Capt. CadwaUader to Have
More Mowers for Re
Alamogordo, N. M., March 16. CapL
E. F. Cadwallader, the proprietor of
Mountain Park nurseries, reports pros
perous times at Mountain Park. Capt.
Cadwallader is known to many sum
mer visitors to Clouctaroft as the
"flower man." In addition to his al
ready fine flower, garden he is now pre
paring to plant several hundred dollars
more of the finest flowers that can be
found in America or Europe. He also
Exclusive Agents For
We prefer "Globe Tai
lor Made Clothes" "be
cause thev "deliver the
goods" the very limit
of honest value tiae
kind that brings cus
tomers back to us, sea
son after season.
That's the onlv kind
We are also agents for
215 SAN ANTONIO ST.,
KBW STORE. NEW GOODS.
Br. G. S. GAMEBON
Reliable dentistry at reasonable prices.
All work guaranteed. Office over Guar
antee Shoe Stor
the virtues of our
we tell you that
-we have the larg-
est most varied
ive exhibit o f
Men's and Boy's
Clothes in town,
. you can rely on
the statement as
though it came
from the first cit
izen himsejf. If
you doubt, we
For- Easter you
will want to
spruce up a bit.
Let us help you.
grows fine apples, peaches, cherries and
J many varieties of delicious berries. '
"W. G. Roe, superintendent of the A.
& S. M. railway, has returned from a
trip to Cloudcroft and Cox canyon. He
visited the ranch of J. H. Lucas In Cox
canyon and there he met his greatest
surprise, a fish pond covering 40 acres
of land and 20 feet deep, stocked with
speckled mountain trout. Mr. Roe sad
that he had never dreamed of finding
such a fine ranch and fish pond in the
Lee Glascock, one of Otero county's
wealthy citizens, who lives at La Luz,
will go to El Paso Thursday to bring
home a 25 horse power automobile. On
his return he will be accompanied by
Chas P. Towns with his car, and Chas.'
E. Mitchell with his. The Downs and
Mitchell parties will be made up with
their respective families, and accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Bent
and Mrs. A. "W. Cooley.
Accompanying Mr. Glascock home
from El Paso will be judge T'. K. Stal
cup and Geo. A. Byers, who will go to
El Paso Wednesday night for the pur
pose of accompanying this party home.
It Is reported that judge A- W. Cooley
will leave in a few days for California
for ths benefit of his health.
GRBEX VEGETABLES ARE
OK TUIiAROSA MARKET
Postmaster Makes Improvement on
Ranch Property Tularosa Per-
Tularosa, X. M., March 16. Edd
j Smith has brought in the first vege
tables of the season.
B. S. Connell, Thomas Shields, Al Gray
and "W. F. Messman attended court at
S. P. Conger has gone to his bismuth
niine in the San Andres, accompanied by
Jim Stacks and Amos Spilars. Mr. Con
ger will soon open the mine.
Jose Carrlo was down from Mesca
lero looking for men to herd sheep on
the big sheep ranch there.
Postmaster E. B. Vigil Is putting Im
provements on his ranch east of town.
CharlesWholenberg sold a fine team
of horses to Mr. Fulton.
Mrs. T. T. Allen is here from McClain,
Tex., where she will join her husband
and go to Engle.
Paul Blazer is here from Mescalero
visiting his sister, Mrs. Paul Jette. "
Ben Bayne, jr., ?s reported quite ill.
Dan Gugin is here from his mine in
the San Andres. .
is found only in ordinary, in
ferior vanilla never an Bur
The rich, subtle flavor of
Burnett's Vanilla is too pre
cious to ruin by adding too
much alcohol That is why
the delicious, delicate flavor
That is why you should al
ways insist on getting
LEASE don't talk like that,"
"Pshaw: Don't be silly!"
"S-sh!" warned Nora, placing
her finger to her lips. "Here conies
Sue went out
This time it really was her sister.
She could be heard in heated alterca
tion with the stage manager in the
"Don't tell me to get a more on. I'm
not your slave," she was saying. "No,
that won't Le about all from me. You
can take my two weeks' notice now.
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If you can get any lady to lead this : dateed Milly.
chorus better'n me, -get 'em, an' get i
'em quick. Do 1 mean It? Sure I do.
I don't take nothin' from nobody, see?"
"That's a good bluff," sneered Simp
son as Patsy flung into the room, fol
lowed by a number of the other girls.
"You ought to be .wise to bluffs. You
know a few," retorted Patsy.
"Don't you look grand!" remarked
Milly, eying her in wonderment.
"Might 'a just stepped out of a suit
case," added Evelyn.
"Come at me light girls," remon
Btrated Patsy. "Say, are you pipin' me
veil?" she went on, unpinning that j
Amount of Mail Eeceived
' Here Greater Than That
That the United States mail received
at El Paso and other postoffices in
this district ta 300 sacks greater, daily,
than that dispatched, is the statement
of H. "W. McCool, mail transfer clerk
at the union station.
This is based on the shipment daily-
to St. Louis by freight of about 1000
pounds of empty mail sacks, or "emp
ties," as they are termed by railway
postal clerks. Each sack, when new,
Is supposed to weigh about three
pounds. Adding a few extra pounds
for collected dirt, it is thought that
300 sacks will weigh about 1000 pounds.
The return of the "empties" to St.
Louis and other points east, by freight,
is under a recent order issued by the
postofflce department. Until Feb. 17,
last, the sacks were returned in the
railway mail cars out the influx of
western mall has become so much
greater than that bound for the east,
that It was found cheaper to have the
empty sacks returned by freight.
The amount of mail received at the
El Paso postoffice' Is not quite equal
to that dispatched and the shlpment'of
empty sacks Is made but about twice
a week. The greater number of the
"empties" come from small towns near
El Paso, and from several divisions of
the numerous railroads. All are as
sembled at the union station transfer
office and billed for the east.
The shipments are distributed tthe
aiiierenc roaas, the bouinwestexru
G. H. and the T. P. sharing.
E. R. Cooper, who will bejmarried to
Miss Lucy Fisher Wednesday morning,
arrived Tuesday afternqfOn from his
home in Clinton, la.
SHIPPED EAST Iff
ornamental adjunct of her
"Ain't It a Susie Smither-
ino? i aon't tmnk tms greens at an
loud, do you?"
The girls averred that they did not,
and, Inez remarked:
"I never seen you look sweller. Have
"O'Brien's a tremendously smart
dresser," was the ironical rejoinder of
that person as she sat herself grace
fully on a chair. j
"Don't get petulant, sweetheart! You
ain't the only Daily Hint from Paris,"
chided Patsy cheerily.
"Oh, Patsy, them's new furs," ex-
Simpson raised her eyebrows.
"Isn't it rather late for furs?" she
wanted to know. .
"Milly," explained Patsy, "I struck a
clearin' sale of furs today. Look at
'em cravat an' cushion muff, four
ninety-six. Best Adirondack sable."
Simpson laughed aloud.
"Say, are you passin' me the giggle?"
asked Patsy, pausing just long enough
in the fascinating and absorbing op
eration of exhibiting the bargains to
note her enemy's unseemly mirth.
alkin. of sales she resumed. -'ain't
that a peach coat, though? Two six-
MISSOURI MAX BUYS
IXTCREST IX VAUGHN" BANK
Revivals Are Held at Baptist Church
"Work Progresses on Xew Building
Vaughn Xevis Xotcs.
Vaughn, N. M., March 16. Isaac Otis,
of Republic, Mo., is here to snake his
home. He is father of Grant C. Otis,
cashier of the Vaughn Trust and Sav
ings bank. Mr. Otis has bought the
interest of president J. W. Eatherton and
will assume the office of president of
The protracted meeting of the Baptist
church conducted by state evangelist
T. T. Talley. is still going on. Much
good is resulting.
At the social meeting of the 'Brother
hood of American Yeomen, "W. T. Lily,
Dalhart. Tex., initiated several new i
members and explained the future work
of the lodge. .
The Sehober concrete building is be
ing pushed right along. The Distillers
Brokerage company has it leased for
two years as soon as it is completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raethel have let
the contract for a cottage to be bult
B. C. Etheridge, of Clovis, will move
to Vaughn to make his home in the near
Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Hitson stopped a
few days in Vaughn on their way home
from several days' visit In El Paso.
T. A. Owens has been appointed ..line
man on the Santa Fe to take the p'ce
of T. H. Brown who has been t aus
f erred to Needles, Cal.
The Modern "Woodmen are planning to
give a dance at the new Masonic hall,
St. Patrick's night.
Jerry Kelly, of Carrizozo, N. "M., is
visiting in Vaughn.
J. M. Pardue has gone to Carlsbad, N.
M., to look after his interests there.
Dr. ,T. TV. Eatherton will leave March
20 for Alamogordo, his future home.
WORK STAXtTS OX 515,000
GARAGE AT ROSWEL.L
Roswevl, IS. M., March 16. The foun
dation has been started by TV. H. G
dairi president of the First National
bjnk of Roswell on the new $15,000
parage. The new garage will be located
at tha rear of the old Cummins garage,
facing on Richardson avenue, between
Second and Third streets, east of the
Elks' home and the Gilkeson hotel and
south of the Carnegie library, postoffice
and commercial club. It will be In one
of the finest locations in Roswell.
The new building, which will-be of
brick, will be modern In every particu
lar and will be 50x200 feo
, tg sjit Hned. Feel that linin'."
.4Try lt on SImpS0n, it might look
good on you," invited Lou, fingering
the lining to judge as to the quality
of the silk.
"I can't wear ready made clothing,"
she declared, turning up her nose.
'You can't wear ready made cloth
ing!" echoed Patsy. "Girls, 'ain't that
a shame! Well, a perrect figure cer
tainly saves monej."
She unhooked her skirt and stood
revealed in an underskirt of glaring
"Why. you got a new petticoat too!"
"Three forty-three." Patsy confided.
"One of them invisible plaids. Maybe
It wouldn't put Fift'-avenoo on the
She hung up her hat and skirt and
took down a wprn. flimsy affair of flan
nelette with wide sleeves. She turned
It over and over before putting it on
and said severely, with a wink at the
"Simpson, you've been wearin my
Simpson did not deign to reply.
"Girls." went on the lively chorus
leader, who was in high spirits after
her day's shopping. "I seen some waists
today that was real beauts all over
J lace, real lace. An how much d'yer
' think? Three dollars. I had to pass
'em up. though. After I bought these
yellow kicks me pocketbook looked like
i (To Be Continued.)
Globe Mills araham Flour, also Whole
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
Nuff Sed. -Try a sack. At all grocers.
TRISONER SAlS HE HAS
S3IOKED OPIL3I 13 YEARS
F. E. Dreiwctt, Who Conducts Hamburg
er Stand In Juxtrcz, Fined In
"I have smoked hop for 15 years,"
said F. E. Drewett, who conducts a ham
burger stand In Juarez w-nn rra:gned
In police court Tuesday evening on a
charge of vagrancy. "I am a consump
tive and am forced to use opium, but
never smoke it in El Paso. I always
carry a couple of pills with me and
though I tried to quit the use of the
dope last year I suffered from hemor
rhages and could not do so."
He was fined $10 and given an op
portunity to remain in Juarez and
visit this side only to purchase his pro
visions. Willie Murray, a negro charged with
assaulting a woman of his own color,
stuttered an explanation of his conduct
In court, but was fined $10.
Dorcas Felix and Adelene Ross, two
negresses arrested on a charge of vag
rancy, were dismissed after being cau
tioned to keep off San Francisco
Ignacio Ramos, charged with using
language unfit for women to hear, was
N J. R. Harper, presiding.
City, of El Paso v. W. W. Wiley, suit
to try title; on trial.
A. M. Walthall, presiding.
C. A. Coggin vs. Felix Martinez, suit
to recover earnest money; on trial.
Thursday,- March 17, 1910.
7841 J. H. Bird vs. J. F. MItchim.
7640 Mathews & Dyer vs. Humbold
738S Burton Lingo company vs. Mark
7S5S E. E. McBrayer vs. Southwest-
Physicians Say: "Dont Use Poisonous
The extravagant claims recently
made by unscrupulous manufacturers
of hair removers in sensational adver
ments unquestionably Justify physi
cians in cautioning the public against
the use of this class of depilatories.
How .many people have been enticed
into using these dangerous preparations
with consequent injury to themselves,
cannot be estimated, but only guessed
The preparations above referred to
are invariably in the form of creamy
pastes, which are to be spread upon
the skin to remain until they drv.
These contain Sulphide of Barium, a"n
Insoluble chemical, which cannot be
dissolved, therefore cannot be absorbed
by the skin. The very fact that you
are told to leave these pastv com-
pounds on the skin until They dry and '
cake and then lift off with a knife. Is !
proof positive that they are not ab-!
sorbed. If thej are. why do they still !
remain on the skin? The most thev can
possibly do is to remove the surface '
hair, kvhich in consequence will rean- 1
pear stronger and thicker after each
There is only one IoetIcrI nnr? Qr!n.
t tillc way to remove hair, and that is
Dy means of a liquid containing sol
uble Ingredients which can be absorbed
by the skin. De Miracle, known all the
world over as the only real superfluous
hair remover, Is just such a prepara
tion. It in easily and ouicklv ahsnrhorf
! and after you have used lt vou will'
note there Is nothing left on the skin.
It leaves the skin free from Irritation
and what is more to the point, it is
absolutely "non-poisonous, therefore It
will not produce eczema or blood pois
oning. Remember, no matter what
claims are made to the contrary, no
poisonous, pasty compound or other
worthless concoction can reach the
hair root and we can prove it.
Beware of the fake free advertisers
and others. Don't be deceived by them
Better take a doctor's advice De Mir
acle is sold by Kelly & Pollard. TVe
will send you a 52 page booklet con
taining full Information concerning this
remarkable treatment, as well as tes
timonials of prominent physicians, sur
geons, dermatologists, medical journals
and the principal magazines. You
should read this booklet before you try
anything. Write to the De Miracle
Chemical Co. Dept. 135. 1905 Park ave
nue. New York, simply saying" vou
want this booklet, and It will be
mailed, sealed, at once. x
WE DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES
References Ask Anyone. Our 9th Year in El Paso
era Portland Cement company.
Monday, March 21, 1910.
787G Estate of L,ydia Patterson.
7714 Juan X. Elizondo vs. P. Caze
nabe, alias Felix Robert.
5G56 W. H. Long vs. W. H. Burges.
6140 Rio Grande & El Paso Railway
company vs. Manuel Varela.
6141 Rio Grande & El Paso' Railway
company vs. Manuel "Varela.
Thursday, March 24, 1910.
7514 C. O. Coffin vs. W. R. Skov.
5612 Jay Good vs. H. B. Stevens.
302 W. E. Porter vs. J. U. Sweeney.
5472 W. F. Payne vs. Ellen Pum
phrey. Monday, March 2S, 1910.
7764 Higby Horse and Mule company
vs. A., T. & S. F. Railway company.
6632 G. W. kitchens vs. Conaletas
6611 Kettelsen & Degatau vs.
Mitchlm Publishing company.
7405 W. R. Taylor vs. Electric Ral
way company. s
Tlinrsdny, March 31, 1910.
6256 Melissa Comstock vs. Alice Lo
inax. 707o F. O. L. Buck vs. W
090 W. B. Collins vs. J. H. Na-
First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600, 000. 00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TUKSEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA EAY2TOLDS, President.
James G. McNary, Vice-President. Walter M. Butler, Asat. Oashiar
Jno. M- Raynolds, Vice-President. Francis IB. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier
EDGAE W. KAYSER, Cashier.
WE SOLICIT YOTJB
C. R. MOEEHEAD, President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIK, V. Pres. -
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst. Cash.
" State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in AH Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
Rio Grande Valley
v. W. Tunrey, Prest.
S. T. Tuner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & 3gr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits. $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers " h. J. Simmon
A. G. Anireas E- Kohlherg b. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. Mar
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
m i ii i in " - '
r7Cf4- mA4rH1frOQ fJTI ITTITYTVYTTVfl
moo uiuivoUc"- f.'u.
because they not only secure
income. We make a specialty
vield S percent net free taxes.
las Deen per&uun maptctea
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A booklet given each
child on "Care of the
7099 C. H. Gibson vs. Wm. French.
Monday, April 11, 1910.
7078 EmmvPayne vs. J. Stolaroff.
Thursday, April 14, 1910.
7567 F. J. Nickle vs. A., T. & S. F.
Monday, April IS. 1910.
7263 Ross & Masterson vs. Banco
7264 Ross & Masterson vs. Guaranty
Trust and Banking company, garnishee.
7266 Ross & Mastersoc vs. John R.
6785 Burton Produce company vs. C.
5730 M. W- Brown vs. Geo. Lewis.
Thursday, April 21, 1910.
5846 F. M. Bell vs. W. H. Gummer
son, W. Buckler vs.-EI Paso & North
eastern Railway company.
Have you a weak throat? If so, you
cannot be too careful. Yu cannot be
gin treatment too early. Each cold
makes you more liable to another and,
the last Is always the harder to cure.
H. If you will take Chamberlain's Cough
I Remedy at the outset you will be saved
t much trouble. Sold by all drusglsts.
GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
C. N. BASSETT, Vice Pres. I
Bank & Trust Co.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
.A1 X2.A 1 Irs. ?..!. f Stv
ici esuim auptrui iu iiivea torsi j
the principal, but insure a irood s?.3
of supplying mortgages that fc3j
They are on property which fyf
Dy us and whicn nas a Known K?
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