OCR Interpretation


El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, August 06, 1912, Image 7

Image and text provided by University of North Texas; Denton, TX

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88084272/1912-08-06/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 7

Tuesday, August 6, 1912
1K i j
Out Of Town Visitor j
Miss La Rue Moore, who has been
ERALB
-J 17 . A ,,. OJL I
0g. y
the guest of her cousin. Miss Helen
Lucas, for the past two months, left
Friday for her home in Salisbury. Mo.
Tom James, who has been the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Graham, at 3229
Texas & Pacific street, left Monday for
his home in Sanderson, Texas.
A. W. Cheesman, formerly general
agent of the G. H. railroad In El Paso,
is expected here this week for a visit
t
We9Oe
Changed the
TDicKet
on Straw and Soft sea
son old hats. Pack 'em
away like some shops?
NEVER: They go at
half price.
Our Shirt Department
also gets the knife.
Shirts you've paid $1.50
for we will give you a
chance to even up for $1.
The $2 and $2.50 ones
are now $1.50.
SILK and SILK LISLE
HOSE take a march at
3 pair for $1.00. You'll
remember purchasing
them for 50c.
Summer Pajamas and
Slumber Robes are for
Summer we think. They
go before summer is
gone. 25 percent off.
AUGUST 3rd to 17th.
IRTfM
109-111 TEXAS S,
FORT WORTH MAX LOOKS
OVER PROPERTY JfEAR CLIXT
Clint. Texas, Aug 6. Luther Mann,
of Fort Worth, who has land on the
mesa east of Clint, was out looking
over his property.
Rev. H. P. Bend, who recently re
turned from a trip to New York City
and other eastern points, filled his reg
ular appointment at the Bond Memorial
.ME. church.
Lawson McKinney is reported on the
sick list this week.
Brhie Swartout came in from Marfa
and will spend a few days here visiting
his mother and sister. Mr. Swartout
is connected with the Western Union at
Marfa.
ADS BY PHOXE.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad. In
The El Paso Herald is 25 cents. It
teaches an average of about 70,803
readers each issue.
RECEIVES BLACKHAJTD LETTER:
IG2VORES 1TJ HOUSE BUKXED
Grand Junction. Colo., Aug. 6. Be
cause he refused to comply with de
nands made in a Mackhand letter, the
home of Louis Pictrafeso, a farmer,
was burned to the ground at an early
hour yesterday morning. The family
'oarely made its escape from the burn
ing building. Two weeks ago Pietra
fsco received a blackhand etter de
manding 5500. He paic, no attention
to it, and a week later a second letter
was received. This was not heeded.
Freed From Pain, Weakness,
Terrible Backache and De
spair by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Compound.
Coloma, Wis. " For three years I wa3
troubled with female weakness, irreg
ularities, backache
and bearing down
pains. I saw an ad
vertisement of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vege-
e table Compound and
i decided to try it.
: After taking several
botueslfounditwas
J helping me, and I
must say that I am
perfectly well now
and cannot thank
you enough for what Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has done for
me." Mrs. John "Wentlakd, B.F.D.,
tto. 3, Box 60, Coloma, Wis.
Women who are suffering from those
distressing ills peculiar to their sex
should not lose sight of these facts or
doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to restore their
health.
There are probably hundreds of thou
sands, perhaps millions of women in the
United States who have been benefited
by this famous old remedy, which was
produced from roots and herbs over 30
years ago byawoman to relieve woman's
suffering. If you are sick and need such
a medicine, Why don't you try it?
If yon want special adrice write to
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter Trill
be opened, read and answered by a
TToman. and held in strict oonfldeacc
MMJERsryPif
WIS80NSSN
WOMAN'S
t0 t foK:
IPVfc
t!lth5gg
1I1H
with his friends. He Is now located at ,
onreveporr. La.
C. C Tinkler, superintendent of the
MacArthur Brothers" construction com
pany, is here from Oregon, where he
has arranged for the beginning of a
grading contract on the Southern Pa
cific for S5 miles of construction work.
Mr. Tinkler has been In charge of the
construction work on the Tucson ex
tension of the Southwestern.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Johnson, who were
the guests of their brother. Dee John
son, at 1305 Bassett avenue, returned
to their home at Marshall, going by
way of San Antonio, Houston and Gal
veston. Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson, of
Marshall, Tex, who visited friends
here last week, have returned to their
home.
Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Evansville, Ind.,
arrived here Sunday night in response
to a telegram" stating the Illness of her
husband, who underwent an operation
for appendicitis at Hotel DIeu.
Mrs. Joe Hill, S04 East Rio Grande,
is expecting a visit from her cousin,
Mrs. Olive Frazeo, of Denver, Colo.
Mrs. Frazee will arrive the last of the
week.
Tom Crutcher, of Dallas, is visiting
his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Crutcher, of the Brazos flats.
D. B. Gibson, of Dallas, is visiting
his son, Philip Gibson, of 2309 Bliss
street.
m
Mrs. L. L. Pfesser, with her son,
Louis Pfesser, and daughter, Margaret
Pfesser, of Lebanon. 111., who have
been visiting Mrs. Pfesser's niece, Mrs.
J. S. Capron, at the Smelter, and her
brother, G. A. Hammel, of the Smelter,
will leave Thursday for the Pacific
coast, where they will spend a consid
erable time before returning to their
home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V Berrien are en- j
joying a visii irora tneir uauKiuer aim
soninlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Loomis
and children, of Deming. N. M. They
will remain about a week.
Mrs. E. F Fields, and her daughters.
Miss Vivian Fields and Miss Hazel
Fields, of Cleburne, Texas, arc visiting
the family of Mrs. Flelds's brother. B. j
M. Donaldson, at their home, 403 Pros- j
pect avenue- They will remain for I
the balance of the summer. I
. .
Miss Nina Davis, who has been visit- '
ing Miss Ada Brower, of 1215 North
Arizona street, for the past two weeks,
has returned to her home in Mesilla
Park, N. M.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Burns and family,
former residents of Chihuahua, have
returned to this city from Denver,
Colo., where they have been visiting
for several weeks.
MaJ. Thomas Dugan of the Fourth
cavalry stationed at Fort Huachuca.
Arjz left Tuesday for a trip to New
York city.
Martin Brown, of Deming. N. M..
came to El Paso Monday to join hie ,
sister. Miss Minelma Brown, of Austin.
Texas, who has been visiting her
cousin. Mrs. Howard E. Heininger, for .
the past two weeks. Wednesday Mr
Brown and his sister will leave for
his ranch near Deming. where Miss
Brown will remain for the rest of the
summer.
Mrs. M. R. Campbell. 520 West Mis
souri street, is expecting her sister.
Mrs. L. W. Bayne, of Hattiesburg. Miss.,
to arrive the first of next week for an
extended visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eifort and son.
Jack, of Carrlzozo. who have been vis
iting Mrs. Elfort's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Piper, at 1020 Upson, have
i returned to tnelr home.
. . . -
j Mrs. E. W. Mitchell is spending a few
1 days in El Paso from her ranch near
1 Columbus, N. M.
!"
Cards
Mrs. G. B. Taylor and Mrs. C E.
Ehler gave a bunco party the last of ,
the week In honor of Miss Clyde Bat- ,
sell Reeves, of Fort Worth, who Is the
guest of Mrs. A. M. Plllsbury, at Mrs
Khler's home, HIS Wyoming street
Among the guests were: Mesdames A.
M. Pillsbury, P. M. Souter. J. F. Dow
ling, George Brady, J. E. Keltner. Anna
Harris. i B. Coleman. W. J. Eustace,
S. J. Torres, W. L. AmmonetL J. T. !
Williamson, M A. Burton. B. M. Don
aldson. D. C. Booth. Parvin Witte, Z.
Van Duesen, W. R. McKenna, F. P.
Miller. Misses Milda Connolly, Marian
Campbell. Marian Calnan. Hazel Fields,
and Vivian Fields of Cleburne. Texas.
In the bunco game Miss Hazel Fields
won the Drize for the highest score.
Miss A. M. Pillsbury won the consola-
tion prize and a guest prize ol an iul
Paso souvenir spoon was given Miss
Beeves. During the game punch was
served by Miss Marian Calnan, and
later an ice course was enjoyed.
Dinners and Luncheons
Lieut Malcolm Wheeler Nicholson
was the host at an informal dinner
Monday night at the Valley Inn. Ysleta.
with Maj. and Mrs. W. T. Davidson
and Miss Elizabeth Hudson as his
guests. The party motored down from
El Paso.
Mrs. J. V. Bergen will give a dinner
tonight in honor of Miss Clyde Bat
sell Reeves, of Fort Worth, at her
home. 527 west Missouri street.
Weddings
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Coleman. 2406
Wyoming street, announce the ap-
( )jiua.uiii Mia. tiagi. ui Kit... jo.ubLt'd.
Miss LUHe Coleman to George Foss, or
I Buffalo. N. Y., which will occur early
. In October.
About El Pasoans
Mrs. W. W. Wood is quite sick at her
home at 613 North Ochoa street.
CAR STRIKES AUTO;
1VAR CHIEF SHOOTS
Minister Ac gel Garcia Pens of Mexico,
In a Rage, Arrests Wretched
Motonnan.
City of Mexico, Mexico. Aug. 6. Min
ister of war Angel Garcia Pena while
riding in his automobile was run into
by a trolley car and the minister im
mediately fired two shots at the motor
man, stopping the car.
Pena then boarded the platform of
the car, threatening the motorman with
his revolver, finally arresting the mo
torman without the formality of calling
the police.
Employes of the street railway sys
tem are greatly excited over the affair.
declaring the motorman was In no way
to blame for the Collision and denounc
ing the war minister for shooting at
the motorman A "demonstration"
against minister Pena by the trolley
line employes is feared.
El Pasoans Returning
The members of Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Coles's house party at Cioudcroft. N. M.,
returned to El Paso Monday with the
exception pf Miss Wanda Race and Miss
Anne Lee Gaines, who will remain for
the rest of the weeic Those returning
were. Miss Eileen Walz. Mrs. Zach T.
White. Dr. and Mrs. James Vance. Dr.
J. M. Ridley. Garnett King. Frank Mur
chison and Tom Newman.
W. M Reed, chief engineer of the
United States reclamation service i
El Paso, returned Monday from a
month's stay In California.
Mrs. J. w. De Groff, who has been
in the east visiting relatives and
friends, returned home Sunday night.
Supt. N. R. Crozler came
from California yesterday.
in
Miss Mattie McGregor has returned
from her vacation, spent in Parkers
burg. W. Va., among old friends and
relatives.
Miss Anna Shelton returned from
Cioudcroft Sunday.
Miss Mabel Harrison has returned
from her month's vacation spent in
California points.
L. P. Boyce, for the past two years
editor of the Tucson Citizen, prior to
that on the staff of the El Paso Herald
for two years, has returned here, .to
again associate himself with The
Herald, in its editorial department.
Mrs. Boyce and little son accompany
him.
Parties
The following young women spent
Sunday In Cioudcroft and vere guests
at The Lodge for luncheon and dinner:
Misses Segerson. L. Lares, Emma and
Mary Mateus, J. Rlvas and Mrs. H. L
Guerra.
Mrs. J. F. Dowllng will give a party !
in honor of Miss Clyde Matsell Reeves j
Thursday morning at her home, 1530 I
Wyoming street. I
I
C
Dances
The Eat Dance and Be Merry club
will give a dance Wednesday night at
the Beavers' hall In the Herald build
ing. The Bit and Spur club, composed of
a number of noncommissioned officers
of the Second cavalry, will give a dance
in Post hall. Headquarters building, at
Fort Bliss Thursday night
Married Life the Third Year !5
By Mabel Herbert Urner '
bfc Be uear' l re rcaa so mucn
about it I'd love to go,
pleaded Helen.
Hub, it's the most rrated place
i J-o.-.oon. fai-. w rk 1 thru ''.
Johnson business to death."
"Vet j on said ti rud w.is good."
"Vcs. ' admitted Warren, 'they do
give you something to eat er they
used to. But it's s- uvermn with iuL-ber-necklng
to'-rists that I'd ratner
get my food some place else."
Helen made no furtii.sr protests, but
she was so plainly disappointed that
Warren said ojd-humoredly:
"Oh, all right; come o'n, tuen, wa'll
go. Guess I can aran-1 it ihi3 avo.'"
They took the 'bus down Fleet street
and got off at Wine Office Court.
AVarren led the way through the r ar
row, dingy .ill-v to the iuatnt old
chop house, over which hung the sign
"Ye Olde Cheshyro Cheese."
Entering the low doorway. Helen
found herself in a low ceiliugod, dimly
lit place. The floors were covered
with sawdust. On one ?.de was the
bar and on the other i,he long room
with its wooden rafters. This was
partitioned off in sort of 3talis, In
which were the tables and woo-sn
benches.
over the old stone firplace hung a
large portrait of Dr. lohnson. On the
wall, just back of the la! H to the right
of the fireplace, was a brass tablet
bearing the inscription "This was Dr.
Johnson's faTorite seat."
Helen crossed over to read- the rest
of the inscription, but Warren turned
to a table on the other side of the
room.
"Here," curtly, "come over here. All
the rubbernecks want to sit at Dr.
Johnson's place, I'm not going to be
classed with that crowd."
There were no cloths on the heavy
oak tables, but the wood was scrubbed
scrupulously clean. Helen took up the
quaint bill of fare:
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese.
Rebuilt A. D. 16G7.
Oldest chop-house In London.
Dr. Johnson and Boswell's favorite
resort.
Celebrated for Its Rump Steak, Lark,
Kidney and Oyster Puddings.
Ye Summer Fare. Ye Winter Fare.
There were three special dishes;; one
for each day of the week, both Win
ter and Summer. It was Saturday, and
Helen read aloud the list for the day:
Ye Pigeon Pie.
Stewed Steak.
Chop Toad In Hole.
"Warren, what IS 'Chop Toad In
Hole'?"
"Don't know. Better take the
pigeon pie. That sounds safe. And
we want home grilled potatoes, boiled
cabbage and some toasted Cheshyre
cheese. And. waiter," for the waiter
was now taking the order, "have that
cheese well toasted. And bring some
musty ale."
Then, as the waiter disappeared,
"There's a lot in knowing how to or
der at this kind of a joint. They do the
plain things mighty well, but don't
The Wretchedness
of Constipation
Can qukily be overcome by
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS.
Purely vegetable
cet turdy and
peatly on the
fiver. Cure
BSioussess,,
Head
ache, Dim-
ccsj, and Icojgesdoa. Thsy do their cfuty.
Snail PHI. Small Doss, Saiall Price
lienume mobeit Signature
' jLcis.fzsr
WjjT!i A LnHWU
x-jwarwrmr n(7 lh.
&fi3zZ?K ttj4Kl Li-1
Jm&BW flTTLE
eSSeGSSBy HIVtK
t JgPJLLS.
fetttzg
E21SS5!g33?E3C53SgSra3I I
: '
rELEPUO-NE IN YOUR
SOCIET1 NEWS ITEMS.
FIng 2020 to gjve In your socl-
ety items during the day: in the
evenings a call to 3606 will get
the society reporter.
"J ' - '
Two August Hats
aome ot ine prciuer jiii ou o j
4 m . -Af..- Wam hU a wv t
ured organdie in tneir msiKeup. me
one at the top of the Illustration
has this material for a crown, with
a brim of straw. Bows and ties of
bleck velvet, faced with green, arc
the only trimming.
The other hat is a French design,
made of lace and trimmed with white
ribbon. Around the Inside of the
brim Is a row of pink roses anj small
er roses edge the white satin band.
tr anything fancy."
He threw down the menu, which
Helen took up and glanced oter again
with much interest. Afterward she
slipped It in her pocket to send home.
Some Souvenirs.
In a few moments the waiter re
turned with a couple of booklets
"History of Ye Olde Cheshyre Cheese;
one shilling."
"Like to look over these while you're
waiting? And we've some Interesting
souvenirs of Dr. Johnson in the room
above, if you'll kindly step up when
you're through."
"We came utre for food not for a
lot of faked-up somenlrs." growled
Warren, waving aside the .booklets.
"Keep those for your gaping tourists."
The waiter hurriedly took the book
lets away, and Warren turned to Helen
with an angry: .
"You sec? That's what I told you.
Thej've got a lot of booklets, postcards
and such rubbish here that they palm
off to the fool American sightseer.
Thcre there's some of them now!"
As three women, evidently Americans,
came in and stood gazing around.
"What a charming old place!" gushed
one. "Oh, Oils Is Dr. Johnson's table,"
going over and reading aloud the brass
plated inscription. "Let's sit here! And
this is his ery seat!" as she settled
herself on the bench right under tho
brass tablet with a look of pleased Im
portance When the waiter came up they began
to ply him with questions:
"Are these the same rafters that
were here in Dr. Johnson's time?"
"Are these supposed to be the same
tables V
"And didn't he live near here? Just
where was his house?"
The waiter had a glib and lengthy
answer for every question, facts and
dates concerning Dr. Johnson's life,
rattled out with the readiness of many
repetitions.
Comments From "Warren.
Then he brought out the booklets,
which the women eagerly devoured
and afterward bought. It was the same
waiter that Warren had so rudely re
buffed. He was In his element now.
"There that's the type," growled
Warren. "They're New England school
marms. all right. I'll bet on that.
Straight from Massachusetts, too.
That's the sort of thing that makes
you sick of tourists. Look at them
listening to that waiter's dope."
"Hush-sh, dear; they'll hear you!"
"Don't care if they do."
Then as the women kept plying the
waiter with questions and talking
aloud about Johnson, Boswell and
Goldsmith. Warren grew more restive.
"Say, there's plenty of places In Lon
don where you can get good food
without having to listen to all this
slush." he fumed.
Just then from the room back of the
bar a mandolin orchestra began to
play. At this Warren fairly snorted:
"A mandolin orchestra In the Ches
hylre Cheese! Great Scott, that's the
limit!"
Fortunately the waiter came up now
with their order, and Wa'ren s ctten
tlon was cierted and .vs w:ath some
what appeased by the pigeon pie,
lie dug into it with a fork and
sniffed approvingly.
"That looks prettv gooJ. But, by
George, they ought to give you good
food here if you put un with"
But Helen Interrupted any further
tirade against the place by asking:
"Dear, can't I have a smaller glass
for my ale. I can't drink It from thH
big mug. And I'd like another napkin."
for she had spread hers on the bare
table under her plate.
Warren usually grumbled about her
wanting a lot of extras, but he was
now so intent in exploring the con
tents of the pigeon pie that Ire ordered
the napkin and glass without com
ment. "That's a pigeon pie, for you tho
real thing! Can't get a decent ineatpic
In New York. Don't know how to
make "em. Just try that crust."
One of the mandolin musicians now
came through carrying his hat, sn
which he jingled a few coins.
The Wronc PIncc.
The school teachers contributed some
coppers and then he paused at War
ren's elbow. Waven glancvi at the
extended hat and then up at the mar.
El Pasoans Away
Mr and Mrs. A- Maas and baby, of
910 North El Paso street, will leave
the city today for Douglas, Ariz., where
Mrs. Maas will remain until conditions
are safe for .her to join her husband
in Nacozarl, where he has a position.
The baby son of Mrs. J. K. Griffith,
of Highland Park, who was taken to
the baby sanitarium at Cioudcroft, Is
reported to be recovering from the
cholera infantum. Mr. Griffith has
just returned from Cioudcroft. where
he spent the week end with his wife
and baby.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alves and Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Slevers leave for Carrlzozo.
N. M.. Thursday. From Carrlzozo they
will "hike" on foot to Cioudcroft,
camping along the route, with a pack
burro to carry the necessary provisions.
They expect to be gone about two
weeks.
m .
L O. Sutphin, superintendent of rail
road construction work for more than
20 years In Mexico, will leave today
with the following party by way of
Eagle Pass for Tepehuanes. where they
will extend the Mexico National rail
road north: J. E. Gardner, accom
panied bv his wife: assistant superin
tendent George Corey. "Bat" Cannon.
Russell Robey. J. W. Shanklln and Jo
Shields. This party lias been forced
out of Mexico on account of the seri
ous trouble along their line of work.
J. W. Valkmaar and wife left today
for a month's vacation, to be spent in
St. Louis. Chicago and at the Great
Lakes, visiting relatives and friends
The latter part of August Mr. Valk
maar will go on to New York city to
buy goods for the Popular. Several
stops will bo made en route home.
Several days will be spent in St. Louis
and Kansas Cltv and Omaha, Neb.
Mrs. B. F. Anderson. S13 Arizona
street, has left for Long Beach. CaU
where she will spend the remainder or
the summer.
A. A. Kline will leave In a day or
so to join Mrs. Kline, in California.
W. H. Fryer left on the Golden State
limited Tuesday for New York City,
where he will spend the remainder of
the summer.
Miss Lucille Carson. 1109 Magoffin
avenue, has gone to California for a six
weeks' sojourn. Miss Carson, being
particularly interested In China paint
ing, will visit the studios of artists
along the Pacific coast, among them
that of Blchoff. the artist. In Los An
geles. She will return to El Paso about
September 15.
Mrs. A. Stolaroff and her daughter.
with a curt:
"What's that for?"
"The the music, sir," he stammered.
"The devil" roared Warren. "How
much will you take to shut up and get
out?" But the man had dlsereetly disap
peared. Under the benign influence ot
the pigeon pie ami the second mug of
ale. Warren gradually grew less churl
ish. And by the time the toasted
cheese came on he was so genial that
Helen ventured a tentative:
"Dear, while we're here, we ought to
see It all. They might have some In
teresting things upstairs."'
"Oh, all right, we'll go up if you
want to. But you'll only ffnd a lot of
junk. Come on, then, If we're going.
We want to beat those school inarms
to It. I couldn't stand for their com
ments." ,
They climbed up the steep, dirk
stairs to the quaint old rooms above.
There was Dr. Johnson's desk which,
Warren sniffed at as a fake. There
was a copy of the first edition of Joan
son's dictionary and s.ome autographed
letters which he Inspected with more
Interest. There was also the liug-j ket
tle In which they make - the famous
beef steak pic ever Wednesday during
the Winter.
But to Helen the rooms themselves
appealed most She loved the curious
windows and low Irregular ceilings.
"Not so bad," commented Warren as
they came down. "That's the first
edition of the dictionary all right
and it's worth a lot of money."
Encouraged by this Helen ventured
to ask for one of the booklets.
"It's foollah. I know but I should
like one to take home."'
"Better have some post cards with
It." he scoffed, but the derision was
good humored now. "Do the thing up
right while you're at It."
"Well, dear, it wasn't such a bad
place," declared Helen when they
finally came out on Fleet street.
"Oh. It's all right" tolerantlj. "Guess
the food makes up for the tourist
slush. That pigeon pie was great."
Health Is the foundation of all good
looks. The wiso woman realizes this
and takes precautions to preserve her
health and strength through the pe
riod of child hearing. She remains a
pretty mother hy avoiding as far as
possible the suffering and dangers of
such occasions. This every woman
may do through the use of Mother's
Friend, a remedy that has been so long
in use, and accomplished so much'
good, that it is in no sense an experi
ment, but a preparation which always
produces the best results. It Is for
external application and so penetrating
in its nature as to thoroughly lubricate
every muscle, nerve and tendon in
volved during the period before baby
comes. It aids nature by expanding
the skin and tissues, relieves tender
ness and soreness, and perfectly pro
pares the system for natural and safe
motherhood. Mother's Friend has been
used and endorsed by thousands of
mothers, and its use will prove a com
fort and benefit yo.-psy- rz
to any voman in yK0lWd
neea oi sucn a
remedy. Mother's
Friend is sold at
3l&nd
drug stores. Write for free hook foi
expectant mothers, which contains
much valuable information.
ADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ca.
y icior AiaHi jnuLMus i
A fine list Some of which are sure
to please you.
Come in and hear them.
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
FREE CATALOG.
VICTEOLAS
SUMMER TOURIST
FARES
sssSssiisi
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ALL THE PRINCIPAL EASTERN AND
NORTHERN RESORTS ARE ON SALE DAILY, THE FINAL RETURN
LIMIT BEING OCTOBER 31ST.
IF YOUR VACATION IS SHORT USE THE
and
TO KANSAS CITY 14 HOURS, TO CHICAGO 14 HOURS,
TO ST. LOUIS 7 HOURS.
Direct line and through sleepeM to Memphis. For rates, reservations,
routes, etc, phone 594 or call City Ticket Offiee, Roberts-Banner Building.
RICHARD WARREN, General Agent. H. D. McGREGOR, tI.A.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD.
Miss Rosle Stolaroff. have gone to
Cioudcroft for the remainder of the
summer. Miss Rosle was taken 111
with typhoid fever while attending the
Southwest Texas state norjaal school
at San Marcos, Teju and Mrs. Stolaroff
As soon as she was able to be moved
her mother brought her to Kl Paso
and It is hoped that the braclns air
of Clouderoft will aid toward a rapid
recovery. In Cioudcroft the Stolaroffs
have as their guest one of the teachers
of the normal, Miss Anna GellcJc, of
Dallas, Tex.
Miss Amy Schuts and Miss Marian
Campbell left Tuesday morning for Los
Lunas. N. M-. where they will spend two
or three weeks on a large ranch.
TULAROSA'S MISSIONARY
SOCIETY- IS ENTERTAINED
Tularosa, N. M., Aug. 6. Tae Hoaie
Mission society was entertained at the
Central hotel by Mrs. Edna Hastin.
Those present were Mrs. J. L. JoitiiMjn,
M-t?. J. R- Howell, Mrs. T. M. Shickls,
Mre. T. B. Meek and Miss Doppie
Cooper.
J. J banders is at home from A'.v
nosoifdc
Mrs. Ida Roberts is here from Osenra"
as the guest of Mrs. J. H. Jackson.
Mrs. Lcatha Kemp iBd two sous ix
r ct to Itave soon foi their home in
Texas, after three weeks' visit here with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Abbott.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stacks and Miss
Jcmniie Abbott spent r day at Cioud
croft. ,
Jack Cravens is here from Oseura.
Charlie C&slk and three children and
mother expect to leave soon for Trxas
; to make their home.
Kauck 1 urner spsnt a day nere irom
his cattk ranch in the White Sands.
Rev. George Giveas, the Methodist
minister from Alaraogonlo. preached in
the Union church.
Gordan Murphy left for Oscura to
look after stock.
Mrs. George Elkins and children are
expected here fromv Mescalero soon to
visit friends.
James Abbott is on the sick list this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bcrnal. who have been at
Three Rivers a few days visiting, have
returned home.
Mrs. C. Carazes who has been at Bent
as the guest of Mrs. Martin Brown, has
returned home.
Bob Pkkaxd has left for Oseura to
look after J. H. Jaekson's cattle-
Mrs. Noah Billiard, who has been very
sick, is able to be up.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stacks and
daughter, Xellie Mae, will leave soon
for their home in Texas, after a visit
here with relatives.
Mrs. Minnie StackB snent a day in La
Luz.
T. T. Oshey is on the sick list this
week.
Jesse Buffkin has left for his home
in Alamogordo.
Ollie Jackson has left for his cattle
ranch to take some cattle.
Carl E. Haynes is on the siek list
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim HHbtirn are expect
ed here Monday from the Rnidoso to
visit his mother and sister, Mrs. Cora
Hilburn and Emma.
GENERAL RAIN DOES MUCH
GOOD IN CORONA COUNTRY
Corona, N. M.. Aug. G. One-half an
inch of rain which fell here was very
badly needed, and appears to have been
very general over this immediate part of
the country.
Pjrke Bently came throMgh town on
his wav to Carriioro. where he will
make his home for the future.
W. R. Beatty has been suffering with
a broken rib. sustained by a fall from
a wagon while loading wool at Aneho.
Hark Colbough has returned from a
short trip to Texas.
Mrs. Win. Bosworth continues very
low.
W. R. Beatty has returned from a
week's stav in Carrizozo.
Jess Jenkins and 'wife, of Dalhart,
Tex., are visiting Lon Jenkins and fam
ily of this place for a few days. They
arc camping in the Gallinas mountains,
where Jess has a summer home.
The dance at the Atkinson hall was
largely attended. Those present were:
Misses Mae, Dora and Pearl Clements.
Bettie. I.uov and Ollle Bat. 11a Simp
son, Ollie Sloan. Bessie Collins. Ul.idvs
Bond, Donnie Franks. Mr. Hill Mrs
Simpson, Mrs. Stewart. Mrs T.i!p and
Mrs. Sloan; Messrs. Ross and ( lee
Brown. Bert Penix. Bill and I r-i Drv
Zeb Brooks. Emmet Davidson. Lon At- j
Kinson. -Mitcnel Moan, un.e I'arKer. a.
J Jenkins. Ernest Dignco. Tio Krana
witer and Oscar fhanrn
Finis Atkinson and familj wt.ii: a a
103 EL PASO ST.
SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
State Limited
save
BARBERS PRAISE
NEWBRG'S HEPICIDE
As the Best Remedy for the
Hair and Scalp
T have been using Newbro's Herpi
clde for the last four years and find
It to be .the best thing made
Joseph Plzzerto.
1S75 Richmond Terraes,
.- West Brighton, Lr-B; X T
A.63? trutMHlly say that Herplcide
is the best remedy for the hair I have
ever used."
cJ -OjA-EathenbHecJier.
if V Vb-deit. I1L
: Jr? used many preparations in
5? fS?,1?- and "no" Herpicide best of all
diseases." and iUl 3eaJp or skin
J. A. Oliver.
v-mK-- tt . Leslie. Ark
. .? Ijf E?ntcide has always giv
en, the best of satisfaction."
S- M. Chambers.
nn.ii .. u Teekwila. Wash.
While tie barber necessarily carries
other- hair remedies. Sewbro's Herpi
eWe is one he swears by because h
knows its merits. He TcSlen?
tiouary recommend it to kill the dan
druff germ and stop falling hair. In
making an application of Horplcide he
feels and knows that the customer is
receiving full value for his money and
will be benefited far in excess of his
expectations.
Newbro's Herpicide in 5c and Jl 00
sizes is sold by all dealers who .guar
antee it to do all that is claimed. If
you are not satisfied your money will
be refunded. Send ISc in postage fo
sample and book on the hair to The
Herpicide Co.. Dept. R Detroit, Mich.
Kelly & Pollard, Special- Agents.
toing to the Gallinas mountains on a
picnic trip.
A. B. Johnson's mother, who has been
visiting him for some weeks, has left
for her home in the east.
Walter Jones and Miss Lola Sutton
were quietly married at the home of.
the bride by justice of the peace J. L.
Jones before only a few near friends and
relatives. The bride and groom will
make their home in Torrance county, &
few mites east of Corona.
T. M-.DuBoise and family have been
spending a few days on his ranch east
of town.
Jim Johnson' and family, who hare
been spending some weeks looking over
the western part of this state, have re
turned. GKTS ASOTHER PICTURE SHOW.
Silver City. N M.. Aug. 6. Silver Cits
is to have another moving' picture show.
which will occupy.a building on Bullard
street, that is to be ereeted for that
special business and is to be- an upto
date affair. .
Pimply Faces
Made Clean
Zemo Is a Wonder for Driving Plmplea
Away. Yon See Them Go.
They Can't Stay.
Get the 25-cent Trial Bottle Today.
Touch pimples with liquid ZEMO arI
they begin to dry at once During the
night they scale off and in two or three
days no trace Is left, the skin is clean.
The same of blotches, salt rheum,
eczema, hlvu. rash, chafing, scalp dis
ease, or any other skin affliction. In
a new book on "How to Preserve the
Skin." are many wonderful pictures o
what ZKMO does, and has actually ac
complished. This book comes with
every 25-cent trial bottle of ZEMO.
which you can purchase at any Drug
Store or will be mailed upou receipt of
price b E. W Ros-? Mdcine (."ompan...
St Louis. Mo Nothing e"'e has eve'
been s- hihlv recoaiirenJed for all
skin troubles It is so .-lean so nice to
ue leaw1' no trace the nioirnt it ia
applifil It is wor.dortvi' Zl.M'J is put
up in large $1.00 size bottles and in
25-cent liberal size trial bottles and is
endorsed and sold b leading druggists
fhrr i-l-out r.nca, and in El Paso by .
Ktllj Pl.'i'.J

xml | txt