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Tuesday, August 2, 1910.
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A Story Of
Copyfight, 1909, by George
SYNOPSIS" OF FIRST CHAPTERS . ,
Truxton King, an American million-
a re's son, tired of the humdrum life
and sets out to have some adventures.
He reaches the kingdom of Grsustark.
(Continued Trroin Yesterday.
bullet from the north wing had
crashed into his brain. v
"At last!" shrieked the old man at
the window. "Gome. Miss Tullis; my
work is done."
"He is dead, your grace?" in low,
"Yes. mv dear." said the Duke of
Perse, a smile of relief on his face.
"Come, let me escort you "to the prince.
You have been most courageous."
A group of terrified women were
huddled in the far oorner of a near- j
by room. The Duke of Perse held
open the door for Loraine Tullis, but
she did not enter. When be turned
to call she was halfwaj7 down the j
top flight of stairs, racing through the .
powder smoke toward the ianam
At every step she was screaming in
the very agony of gladness:
"Ktnri finni TTnirl fhpm! Heln is
-"-"-" "-. -.. c-
coming! Help is coming!"
A last look through the window at
the end of the ball had .revealed .to
her the most glorious of visions.
Red and green troops were pouring
through the dismautled gateway, their
horses surging over the ugly ground
rifts and debris as if possessed of the J
fabled wings. , j
Her brother was out' thee, and all !
was well. She was crying the joyous j
news from the head of the grand not very firmly. He saw his advan
stairway when Truxton King caught tage.
sight of her. '
He was powder stained and grimy.
There was blood on his face and shirt
"You are shot!" she cried, clutching
the post at the bend in the stairs.
"Not even scratched!" he shouted J
as he reached her side. "It's not j
ujj jd-t; bLujjpeu auuii. even us ue
held out his arms to clasp her to his
breast. "It's some one else's blood,"
he finished resolutely. She swayed
toward him." and he caught her in
"I love you oh, I love you, Trux
ton!" she cried over and over again.
He was faint with joy. His kisses
spoke the adoration he would have
cried out to her if emotion had not
clogged his throat. v.
"Eric," she whispered at last, draw-
as Dae in ms arms ana looting up . other matters, of minor importance,
into his eyes with a great pity in her were discussed, but most of them re
own. "Is he Is he dead, Truxton?" j f erred to the regular meeting, to be
"No," he said gently; "badly hurt, '
'"He will - not" die? ' "Thank God. 1
Truxton. He is a brave oh, a very
brave man!" J
L-eaderless between the, deadly fires.
the mercenaries gave up the fight after
a brief stand at the terrace.
The prince reigned again.
"YOU WILL BE MRS. H3NO."
IT was late In the day when Trux
ton King was summoned to the
devastated state chamber to be
made a baron, and the prince
completed the American's reward by
presenting him with an ancient gold
seal ring, one of the crown jewels.
PLENTY Of IT-BRIM
EL PASO PURE MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure
milk. It comes from inspected, con
tented cows, and is treated by the most
scientific methods. Delivered to you
in sterilized airtight bottles.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: Bell 340 j Auto. 1150.
Office 313 X. Oi-csos.
On the shady side of Oregon St., opp.
Postoffice. Quality Sweets. Properly
Phone Orders Promptly Delivered.
Bell 1000. Auto. 1158.
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Independent Assay Offis!
D. W. EscESABT. E -2L, Proprietor.
Agent for Ora Shippers AsaausMr.d
Chemical Analysts. Mines ExdizincA
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Office 2Z& Laboratory:
Cer. Son Francisco Cbitacksa Sfc.
L PAPOr- TEXAS.
Custom Assay Offi
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Successors to Hughes 4 Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt ana Refine, or Purchase,
Gold and Silver in any form. Corre
spondence invited. Strictly confidential.
0. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
304 San Francisco St., El Paso. Texas.
Barr McCutcheos- Copyright, 1909, by
Late that night it was reported at
the castle that a large force of men
were encamped on the opposite side
of the river. A hundred campfires
! were gleaming against the distant up
"The Grand Duke Paulus!" exclaim
ed Count Halfont. "Thank God he did
not come a day earlier. We owe him
nothing today, but yesterday ah. he
could have demanded much of us!'"
In one of the wrecked approaches to
the terrace, surrounded 4 by fragments
of stone and confronted by ugly de
struction, sat a young man and a
slender girl. There were no lights
near them. The shadows were black
His arm was about her: her head
nestled securely against his shoulder,
and. her slim hands were willing pris
oners in one of his.
She was saying: "Truxton. dear, I
did not love Eric Vos Engo. I just
thought it was love. I never really
! knew what love was until j'ou came
I into "toy Hfc- That's what made it so
I hard." I had let him believe that I
i might care for him some day. And I
did like him. So I"
"You will never, never know how
happy I am, Loraine!" he breathed into
"I hope I shall always bring happi
ness to you, Truxton." she murmured,
faint with the joy of loving.
"You will make me very unhappy if
you don't marry me tomorrow."
"I will marry you. Truxton, when
we get to New York," she said, but
xle held her close for a long time,
his face buried in her hair. "Listen,
darling! Won't you say you'll be my
wife before I leave Graustark? I
want you so much. I can't go away
FOB CITY SOHOOLS
i Board Decides to Spend One
jLhousand Dollars tor
At a called meeting of the school
board, held Monday afternoon in the
offices of W. H. Winter, in -the Trust
building, awards were made for 1m- m at the chamber of commerce. The
provements in the various schools of ! "meeting- "was for the purpose of or
the city to the extent of S1000. Most; sannS the horsemen of the city into
vf these will consist of repairs and ,
consist of repairs and s
painting, in preparation for the fall
opening of the schools. A number of"!
lield next Monday night.
Improvements of the nature stated
will be about -equally distributed
amona: the following schools: Lamar.
High school, Mesa, San Jacinto, Aoy,
Highland Park, Beall and Alamo.
' Tho nnriQtoft -tf Wnl-Knvo
wells, etc., and the alteration - of ' some
'Of the rooms, were discussed," but
1 tion deferred until the regular meet
ing. 1 The trustees present were Dr. E. H.
Trvin TT XT TUT ;.... T" TD ir TTT
sham. J. H. Harper, H. A. Carpenter,
trustees. R. L. Dorbandt and W. I.
Peabody did not attend.
Big Boston Store silk sale.
TOYAH A' ALLEY ROADS
ARE BEIXG I3IPROVED.
Railroad Building Into Balmorhea
Many Other Improvements Swe
dish Sanltnrhim Planned.
Balmorhea, Texas, Aug. 2. All the
Toyah valley roads are now being
graded preparatory to giving Balmor
hea the finest auto roads in west Texas.
Every citizen in the valley is cooperate
ing in this movement with the assist
ance of the iSwenson Land company. It
is understood that the Swenson Land
company has made plans for the beau
tifying of the town of Bailmorhea, and
one of the first steps will be laying
cement walks in the residence district,
for seven blocks. Thousands of shade
trees have been arranged for to be set
out this faU.
In anticipation of the rapid completion
of the railroad into Balmorhea, about
September 1, residence and business
property is selling rapidly. The Pruett
Lumber company and Groves Lumber
company have made plans for extensive
yards along the right of way of the
At the synodical conference of the
Swedish Lutheran churches of the
United States, a committee was ap
pointed to locate at the foothills of the
Davis mountains, near Balmorhea, a
large sanitarium. Considerable interest
has been manifested in this movement,
and several thousands of doHars have
been subscribed. Rev. Gustaf Bergman
received one donation from Sweden of
2000. Buildings will be erected at a
cost of from $2i,000 to $50,000, accord
ing to the interest now being taken.
OROGRAXDE MIXING COMPANY
IXCORPORATED AT SAXTA FE.
Santa Fe, N. 1L, Aug. 2. The Magno
21a Mining and" Development company
of Orogrande.' has been incorporated,
with a capitalization of $1,000,000. The
incorporators and directors are: Clar
ence K. Hartley of Orogrande, who is
the New Mexico representative, and P.
G. Wollaeger and William Fromm of
Pittsburg, Pa. '
CarriQ. dark was arrested Monday by
federal officials on the charge of forg
ing a money order. Complaint was
made by postmaster J. A. Smith, who
charges that the woman forged a
money order, which was payable to Mrs.
How To. is! East
An inflammation of the skin caused
by the presence of a tiny mite which
burrows in the sklnj causes th. itch
ing in Eczeina. Tetter. Acne, itchin"
scalp and feet, Frlckly Il-a. and the
many other forms of skin diseases.
Scratching does not relievo nor cure '
it only aggravates the case and makes
it worse. There Is only one way to cure
kill the mite and so remove the
cause. Littell's Liquid Sulphur Com
pound gives instant relief the first
application and in a short time kills
the mite and gives a permanent cure
to every form of skin trouble. Samnlo
I bottle postpaid for 10c. Rhuma-Sulphur
j Co., St. Louis. c
By GeGTge Barr
Dodd, Mead & Company.
She hesitated. "When are you go
ing, Truxton? You you haven't told
It was what he wanted. "I am go
ing next Monday," he said promptly.
As a matter of fact he had forgotten
the day of the week they were now
"Monday? Oh, dear!"
"I I must cable home first." she
"That's a mere detail, darling: Cable
afterward. It will beat us home by
three weeks. They'll know we're com
ing." "I must ask John, really I must,
Truxton," she protested faintly.
"Hurray!" he shouted in a whis
per. "He is so desperately in love
he won't think of refusing anything
we ask. Shall we set it for Saturday?"
They set it for Saturday without
consulting John Tullis and then fell
to discussing him. "He is very much
in love with her," she said wistfully.
"And she loves him, Loraine. They
will be very happy. She's wonder
ful!" "Well, so is John. He's the most
wonderful man in all this world."
"I am sure of it," he agreed mag
nanimously. "I saw him talking with
her and the Duke of Perse as I came
out awhile ago. They were going to
the duke's rooms up there. The duke
will offer no objections. He'll permit
his daughter to select his next son-in-law."
"I shall be sorry to leave Graustark,"
she said dreamily after a long period
of silent retrospection. "I've had the
happiest year of my life here."
(.Tk Be Continued.; j
Mutt and Jeff are with us: Another
appearance today on sport page.. Every
day in The Herald Hereafter.
HOESE AND DOG- SHOW
TO BE MUCE BETTER
Many Improvements to Be
Made at the El Paso
Pair This Pall.
The Horse Show association, an auxil
iary organization of the EI Paso Fair
and Exposition, has held its first meet-
an as?ciauon io raice cnarge oi me
annual norse snow, wnicn is xo oe one
of the spectacular night features of the
big fair. A committee composed of
Dr. Burleson Staten. "Will Marr and Dr.
F. Thatcher, was appointed to prepare
a program for the annual horse show
to be submitted to the association at
its meeting "Wednesday evening, when
officers will also be elected.
The Kennel club, another auxiliary
organization of the fair and exposition,
will meet Tuesday evening .to corn-
plete the arrangements for the fair.
1 Secratary, H. . T. Bowie of the club has
ac-1'sent notices, to all the members to at-
tend the meeting. The Kennel club is
I to have a new building at the fair this
rail and an effort will be made to sur
pass the exhibition given last year at
the first annual fair.
University of Miefti;ran Graduates and
It is always a pleasure for us to
meet, so lets get together.
Just to start the organization I will
ask all those who are graduates and
non-graduates of the University of
Michigan and who are now residing in
El Paso and vicinitv. L e. TCI Pnsn wost
Texas, southern New Mexico and Ari-
zona and northern Old Mexico to write
me that I may take the matter up with
each of you by mail for a future meet
ing and organization.
Best wishes to all of you.
J. A. Bordeaux, L"lt.'91; Law, '93.
Care El Paso Life Ins. Co.,
El Paso. Texas
Other papers please copy.
OK V.-ULiF DAM
AT COLORADO COMPLETE.
Pythian Sisters Entertain Minister
Goes to Dallas Cathedral
Colorado, Texas, Aug. 2. The survey
of the Lone Wolf dani has been com
pleted by the assistant chief .engineer
of the T. & P. railroad.
The Pythian sisters had an Installa
tion of officers.
The Misses Cecile Nunn - and Hatile
Scott are visiting Mrs. Will Boatright
at Maryland, Texas.
Miss Minnie Burlsmith of Stanford,
Texas, is the guest of Mrs. Robt Ter-re-11.
Mr. Bravis Coe and baby have gone
to Paris, Texas, -to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dolman.
Miss Ethel Jstokes went to Snyder,
Texas, to visit friends there.
Miss Hattie Dupree has gone to visit
friends at San Angelo.
Rev. Norman F. Marshall and wife
have gone to Dallas, where Mr. Mar-,
shall will fill the pulpit at St. Mat
Tom Hughes has gone to Burham,
Texas, to visit his sister, Mrs. Dick
Mrs. Carrie Hardin, of Granger, Tex
as, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Fred. B.
Mrs. Davis of Oklahoma City is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Miss Mabel George of Sweetwater,
Texas, is the guest of Miss Eloise
Miss Dora Vaughan of Seguin, Texas,
is visiting her cousin, Mrs. R. D. In
gram. DENVER PACKERS' AFFAIRS
SCHEDULED FOR INVKSTZGATION
Chicago, 111., Aug. 2. The federal in
vestigation being conducted into the af
fairs of the Chicairo ment nncirorc- i
to be turned to Denver, arid the alleged (
acquisition of three independent pack
ing concerns in that city by the National
Packing company. Five witnesses from
Denver have arrived and are expected
to testify before the grand jury today.
IS HELD TO ANSWER
CHARGE AT TUCSON.
Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 2. After being
captured in West Virginia, W. S. Ran
dolph. Indicted by the federal grand
jury on the charge of obtaining 30
from the Tucson postoffice upon a
forged money order, has been brought
here for triaL
H. KARNES, KNOWN
IN EL PASO, KILLED
Meets Death Hunting Mexi-
cans Near Kingsville,
Kingsville. Tex.. August 2. Advices
received Siere today from rangers and
the posse which left yesterday to hunt
down the Mexicans rr.o shot and killed
rangers Henry Lawrence and II. Karnes
are to the effect the Mexicans have not
yet been caught and have likely crossed
the Rio Grande into Mexico as the water
is now low. The Mexican government will
be asked to help caipture the men. Ranger
Pat Cr.vkrhead an-i Barl West were
wounded and t2ie former will likely die.
The rangers were lead into a train by a
Mexican named Trevino andTired upon
by 15 men. When Karnes's right arm
was shot off he reached around and drew
his revolver with his left hand arrtl killed
Karnes was well known in El Paso,
being a brother of sergeant Karnes, who
was formerly stationed at Ysleta. but
who is now at Amarillo.
Revo naves boys' band is to have new
gilt trimmed uniforms. The Mexican
orphan band, which gave its initial con
cert under the auspices of The Herald,
will give a benefit concert Friday evening-
in Cleveland Square. The boys have
reached the stage in their musical ca
reer when they wish to have uniforms,
and a subscription list is to be passed
among the patrons of the concert and
friends of the Mexican boys, who have
been practicing for more than a year,
and whose music Is equal to that ren
dered by the more mature musicians of
the city. The concert will begin at
7:30 Friday evening and the program
will be announced later in The Herald.
HERALD ATTRACTS MAX
FROM SEATTLE. WVSII.
"Before I ever saw El Paso, I used
to read The Herald Tip in Seattle,
Wash.," said E. M. Warren, a repre
sentative of the Pearson lumber in
terests, as he sat in the lobby of Hotel 1
Sheldon Tuesday. What Mr. Warren
told is only what hundreds who have
never seen El Paso might' tell. The
Herald Is sold almost everywhere.
"It happened that the EI Paso Her
ald used to stand in a pile right next
the New York Sun at my newstand,"
continued the Washington lumberman.
"I bought a copy by chance one day.
and got in the habit of reading it every
"El Paso seemed a long way off,
and The Herald seemed a live booster
of this city and everything else in the
southwest. My wife will tell you that
there was an El Paso Herald in the
house every day."
TAFT WANTED AT SIG
St. Paul, Minn.. Aug. 2. president
Taft will receive his third invitation
to attend the big national conservation
congress in St. Paul early in September,
at the hands of a de.egation-of promi
nent Minnesota men who will meet him
early next week at Beverly, Mass., up
on his return from his present cruise.
The president some weeks ago received
an official invitation from the conser
vation congress as an organization, and
later a personal invitation from presi
dent Baker. Minnesota invitation
will come from the local board of mana
gers for the congress and governor A.
Should president Taft find it possi
ble to accept the Minnesota invitation
and the invitation of the congress, he
will speak before the greatest gather
ing of conservation delegates the coun
try has ever seen on the morning of
September 5, the first day of the con
gress. CARR1ZOZO BUSINESS
SOLD TO LIVERYMAN
Carrizozo, X. M., Aug. 2. Kelly and'
Sens have sold their transfer business J
to Wm. Reily and it will be operated in
connection with Reily's tHvery.
T. E. Kelly has returned from a 60
days visit to his ranch near Magdalena,
Night round house foreman Geo. W.
Sharp has taken a day job in the ma
Szlly and Goetz, architects of Clovis,
have "Pened a branch office in the Ex-
change bank building.
L. R. Wade has gone to La Grange,
Ind.. for an extended visit with his
Albert Ziegler, of Ziegler Brothers,
has gone on a business trip to New
A number of young people from here
attended the dance at White Oaks.
SEMOUR GRAND JURY
INVESTIGATES BOY KILLING.
Se3'mour. Tex., Aujrust 2. The grand
jury is today investigating- the killing of
Watt CHne. aged 19. Word was received
here yesterday of the killing which was.
committed at Nuim's ranch, five miles
i from town. Cline was stahfbed. eiyht times
and died within 15 minutes. It is said
that Cline arid William Green, his own
age, are hoys of phominent fumilies, had
quarreled over a sweetheart.
HIGHLAND FIRE STATION
PLACED IN COMMISSION.
The new fire station at 'Highland
Ptfrk went into commission Monday.
Harry Files, formerly of the Mesa sta
tion, is captain. H.y Mebus, 'brother
of the detective, Ed Mebus, is also
stationed ehere. A combination hose
and chemical from the central station
forms the equipment.
$ TOPICS OF THE TOWN. $
$ V &
There is a certain conductor a red
headed one on the Highland Park line
who has no bells on his lingers and
rings on his foes. But he has a bell iu
his mouth, tra, la.
A crowded carload of passengers can
prove it. Just as the Highland Park
car approached the transfer station the
conductor made his way to the front
exit, standing guard at the door as the
multitude crowded forth.
Now, the car had stopped, and it was
up to the fare collector to give two
bells. Not being near the bell rope, he
sang out, "Ding, ding." And sure
enough the motorman never turned his
head, but did turn his crank.
Everybody laughed. But the conduc
tor, not he. "I'm not goin' to let no
body fall of this car. by. jingo."
A Salvation army man stood at the
corner of San Antonio and 'Stanton, his
collection of songsters making a great
racket. As the car bound for Mexico
and laden with the thirsty overflow
from dry El Paso approached, out sang
the onan of the uniform: "They say 1
give 'em hell for going to Mexico, but
you'll find worse hell over there."
Automobile license No. 504 has been
issued to H. S. Badger, of 309 San
Silk sale tomorrow. Boston Store.
a Tired all through and through thirsty fK
mr too hot of course. Now have you noticed tffiBn
jwhat relief and refreshment you feel for just In III
jRF a moment when you '-yawn and stretch? But IfSlil
JBgf it doesn't last. H!Bi
Mr A Glass of
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H stretch and it lasts. And it does what the other cannot, it B
K pleases the. palate, quenches the thirst and is as cooling as a B
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BIG REALTY DEAL
AT BISBEE, ARIZ.
Allen Block Sold to Texan
for Seventyr-five Thou-,
Ariz., Aug.X 2. The Allen
three story suHding located
almost in the center of Bisbee, has
been sold to Ir. G. P. Floyd, of Lone
Oak. Tex., for a consideration of $75,
000. It is said that besides then pay
ment of considerable cash the deal
involves real estate located in Dallas,
After over a week's work under
taken by a large force of men. Brew
ery avenue has been cleared of all 1
debris left by the flood
. Some other
are still full
streets in town, however,
of. earth and stones. It is believed 1
that the work of cleaning the city will
be completed during this week.
While running at a high speed to-
Nwards Main street a team of horse
I attached to a large wagon belonging
to the Palace stables was prompt!;
checked and brought to a halt by t
quicK action ot a man wno disappeared
before being identified.
Waltcr Nemeck, aged IS, has been
takph to Tombstone to be examined by
the lunacy commission.
J. Robertson and J. W. Fisher, of
the Oliver shaft, were accidentally
hurt while at work. Mr. Robertson
had his right hand crushed by a pro
of rock. Fisher had his right leg hurt,
having fallen from a ladder.
W. P. Allen, of the Cole shaft, was
taken to the Calumet & Arizona hos
pital to be treated for wounds received
on his right arm. He may lose his
thumb, which was crushed by a 50 j
pound can of powder dropping on it.
Charles Purden. special examiner r
coporations and banks in Arizona and
New Mexico, will remain in BJsbee for
over a month. The banks and
mining companies of this district
V incnnxtoH Vit.- Mr Turlfn in nrrtor tn
verify the financial reports submitted
Let us sugges a dainty frozen dessert.
Phone the Elite any time.
COURT HAS OPENED
TERM AT FT. DAVIS
Summer Visitors Spending Vn cations:
Automobile Mail Line Is Opened to
Ft. Davis, Texas, Aug. "2. Court
nnon.. Acrt 1
PThere & an auto mail route from
Marfa to Ft. Davis, mail arriving much
earlier than by the stage.
A number of men frm the X ranch j
are here attending court John Crow,
Max Burks. B. Wallace, Mr. Tall, Mr. !
RovnnlrJs "Mr. Fsirn and Mr Brown I
a. w Evans ami thre sons are hero
om Valentine, also P. M. Smith,
Clovis Moore and Noel
Joe Espy is in from his ranch for a (
Mrs. and Mrs. Jesse Fisher are
of J. B. Davis and family.
Espy Miller, who has been spending a
few days in the country, has come home.
The Stewart hotel has many summer
visitors. The hotel is conducted this
season by Mr. and Mrs. Dumble.
NEGROES FIGHT DUEL I
AND ONE IS KILLED.
Brenlmni. Tex.. August 2. Ed Hughes 1
and Perry CVUkihnii. both negroes, engag- j
ed in a duel here early - morninjr. t;'i i
former theing armed wit.. .1 revolver and j
the latter with a fliotirun. Ilughe-t v.is
' t in he bren-d -intl kl!!' !. an I Cai!a- '
1 liau was wounJed in the hi'it U-. i
I Baseball Game a Tie High
Bowling Scores Are
(Mrs. TV. S. Tifton.)
Cloudcroft, X. M., Aug. 2. J. A. Eddy
has returned to Oloudcroft from a bus
iness trip to Denver. Mr. Eddy is the
father of Cloudcroft, having platted it
ten years ago. "Rift Point Ltoage," the
home of the Eddys, is-one of the finest
in Cloudcroft and one of the first cot
tages to be built. Mrs. Eddy has gone
to join a party of relatives and to tour
Europe for the rest of the season.
Mile. Elis Mace of Paris, France, is
1 summering in Cloudcroft. Mile. Mace,
! a relative of Felix Brunschwig, came to
f. 1 it ic o 1
ths with his mother, Mrs. Paula
Colm Eichels, who is in Los Angeles.
Th- "Alamos" and the "Cloudcroft
Pick-ups" finished their game Sunday
afternoon. The game stood even when
ihe train whistflcd for leaving time.
The score was 5 to 0.
A.t the bowling alley, for a single
J game J. Heyfourt stands 235; Frank
' Kearney 234: Mrs. R. E. Hall 174: Mrs.
T. B. Simmons 169; Mrs.
14G; Katherine Eddy 140.
The Cloudcroft Arausementvcompany
is putting up a bowling alley in North
Cloudcroft, next to the postoffice-
3uster Brown" Dunbar of the old
Frank Leake Theatrical company, who
with his little sister is spendin's his
vacation here, Iras as his guest Pressley
Mr. and Mrs. George Evans and
iur. ana .urs. uaniels and family, wno
have spent the summer hereV have re
turned to El Paso.
, 1 ,
The Tip Top house party, composed' of
Mr. and Mrs. Had Christie, the Misses
! May. Blanch. Loretta and Stella Brick,
I have returned to El Paso.
! Mason Pollard and Lee Davis of El
Paso are at the 'San Souci" cottage.
! Little Nancy Williams and Laura Lat-
t ta are VlSltln
friends in Cloudcroft.
SAVE DIG COTTONAVOODS
Heroic measures are being taken to
save the cottonwood trees which have
been set out along both sides of the
county road from El Paso to Yslota.
Since the river has been dry a force of
men with a tank wagon have been wa
iting the trees each week to prevent
them from dying until the water comes
down the river into the ditches again.
I T,heso1 tz?es f,rFe , Pcted mak the
.already beautiful county driveway one
of thfe P."""1 In the OUntry aadthe
j0nt' s raking no chances on them
1 ,lyins (lurmg the dry season-
30 ft Bowels
; Biggest organ -of the body the
1 oe J
: Doweis ana tne most important
t It's got to be looked after neglect
1 means suffering and years of
misery. CASQARETS help
nature keep every part of your
bowels clean and string then
they act right means health to
your whole body. sii
CASCARETS ioca box (oraweek's treat
ment. AH druepists. Biggest seller la
the world Million boxes a month.
MUDLAviA lYrua i.ai.s
. I . . -..!. U-
fism b -
cause tiiey draw - i ; and po!-m.:i
out cf !!i' ' a. T . , , ; iure:I. -i.
Hot-! opt :-. rtl t-.i. ;.r h ;!; ii't
r '. Mt'.f :i rearm -A v.r"r t . IC
:i. Ki. Midi, i':- s..v Kran. -.-, Ind.
they draw - i ;
I , -r ., -r
EL PASO MAY (JET
BIG HAT FACTORY
Manufacturer From East'in
vestigates Local Condi
tions. Hats' made while you wait. If i is
a Taft-Diaz tile or a, John B. som
brero, all that will be necessary in the
.-immediate future will be to drop into
a' hat factory, leave your age, size and
previous condition of servitude. In a
jiffy the hat is forthcoming and the
wearer lives happily ever afterwards.
That is, if William Ruark. of Ros
well. X. M comes to El Paso, as he
is planning- to do. Ruark is a hat
manufacturer and he came to the
1 southwest from Hartford. Conn., where
J hp- ,TOS ln tho hQt ,-;. h,im
1 He located in Roswell, but the demand
fny, .- nMr - woe ' ...
I - . I...W ...w .. i.vr ..i . VHOfl. CHUUH.
to suit him and he is
coming to El
Paso to locate. He expects to open a
factory which will employ 15 that mak
ers and will make hats for every kind
of a head fr'om a block to bone.
POLICE CH2SF'S SON
3IEMBER OF MILITIA.
Walter E. Jenkins, son ot chief of
police B. F. Jenkins, left Monday even
ing with company K tor the encamp
ment at Xieon Springs. Ho Is sergeant
major of the battalion, which Includes
4 tne local company. He was promoted
! at the 1909 encampment for efficiency
j in the field.
w. P. Sfrelton, son of C. C. Shelton. Is
in the city visiting his parents. !Mx.
slhofcrrm ia o Hnfl.- in TW-rr;f -nT,
: ". ,.....
a former EI Paso bov.
A silk surprise at Boston Store.
The biggest Psultry Fesd ManHfacinnr
la Hit world. Try a bag of his fwi'
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
- Matos Hans Lay
PUnmA CHICK FEED
Savsa 3&y ChJsks
(Always in Chsckc rtaard Bate)
FOB SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N