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Sport and Society News Section
EL PASO HERALD
Sport and Society News Section
It is pleasing to the owners and pro
moters of this beautiful addition to see
how many people of wealth and good
taste are attracted to it and are' building
permanent homes there.
The Newman Investment Co. have
always done much for the home builders
in the additions they have marketed.
That is an asset home builders and in
vestors take into account.
It is worth while to take a drive
through Grand View if you contem
plate investing in suburban property.
We will gladly take you in our autos.
HOME OF A. C. HOBBLE, Lots 22, 23, 24, Block 40, Fort Boulevard,
Grand View Addition. Perry & Kirkpatrick, Builders.
Note the quality and style of the
buildings here are much above the
average, and that is significant.
One man may make a mistake and
build a fine home in the wrong section,
but where the many are going they are
likely to win.
Grand View is high above the smoke
and dust. Pure Water, Telephones, a
Paved Street, Electric Lights, Street
Railway. Prices are right and bearing
up, a constant demand. The terms have
been made to accommodate the wage
earner and the man of means. See us.
104 San Antonio St.
SOCIAL DOINGS IN THE SOUTHWEST
FORT DAVIS, TKXAS.
Fort Davis, Tex.. Not. 20. Mrs. H
r, Tompson entertained the Bridge
lub members at her home on "West
Main street Those present were:
.Mrs James Stewart, Mrs. T. J- Drimble.
,rrs O L Shipman. Misses Grace
-tewart, Ba and Lenore Jones, Eva
Duimble and Mrs. H. G. Tompson,
La neb. was served after game.
Mrs. A. M. Lewis has returned from
i short visit to Houston and San An-'-nio,
H. A. King, J. W. and B- H. Bepey
have returned from Shalter.
W. S Wilier is back from a lew days'
stay at San Antonio.
J W. Merrell and sheriff J. B. Davis
are back from Eagle Pass, where they
James Nnnn is at Colorado City.
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Prude have re
turned to their home at Colorado City
after spending a lew weeks visiting
relatives In this country.
W. Keesey writes from Cleveland, O.,
that he expects to leave there soon for
his home in Fort Davis. He has been
awa several months.
Miss Genevie-ve Tompson Is visiting
Mrs George Walker at San Antonio.
Miss Jettie Pruett has gone with
her father and mother to California
for an extended visit
The public school Is planning to have
a picnic supper on the mountain Frl-
Dr James Tates and family hare
moved to Alpine
The public school rendered a pro
gram consisting of vocal and instru
mental music, recitations, and dia
logs A number of visitors were
Mrs W. T Jones has returned
from San Antonio after a months" visit
Mrs. Sarah Locke is spending a few
d-vs with Mrs James Nunn.
Miss Fay -Glenn is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Whit Leverett, at Fort
Lester Smith and Sam Bunton were
here from Valentine.
Noble McCutcheon, of Williamson
county. Is here
Beau McCutcheon has gone to San
Marcos to visit his son. Jimmie Mc
Cutcheon. who is attending school at
Misses Mable Bloys and EffJe Cov
mcton, who went to El Paso for med
cal treatment, are both expected home
oon they have improved so rapidly.
Florence Davy, who has had an
eight weeks' attack of typhoid fever,
has at last been clear of fever for sev
W G. White is staying in the drug
store in the absence of Dr. H. M. Jones,
who is at San Antonio, Tex.
Charles Mulhurn has completed
fencing his new vacant lots on West
Mrs. G. F. Dale, who lives one mile
east of town, has raised over 200 tur
keys this year.
Rev. J Allen Ray, presiding elder
of the El Paso district, will preach in
Fort Davis tonight at the Methodist
Mr and Mrs Author Mitchell. Mr.
ana Mrs. John Livingston, Miss Kend
Tick"! of Marfa, were visitors here.
A Jfigit of Terra.
Few nights are more terrible than
that of a mother looking on her child
choking and gasping for breath during
an attack of croup, and nothing in the
house to relies e It. Many mothers .
hae passed nizhts of terror in this
situation. A little forethought will
enable yoj to avoid all this Chamber
lain's Cougrh Vemedv is a certain cure
for croup and lias never been known
to fail Keep it r- ' 'or sale by
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Tularos. N. 3., Nov. 26 The Earnest
Working club will be entertained at
the home of Mrs. J. J. Dale.
J. B. Avant and daughter of Rnidoso.
were guests of Frank Hilburn and
Mr. and Mrs. Ervan Dainles and chil
dren are expected here from La Luz,
N. M., to visit her sister, Mrs. Walter
Pickar. and family.
Miss Mabel Harper Is here from Mes-
calero visiting her sister, Mrs. Denton
Mrs; Kdwln Peppard has left for El
Paso to Join her husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Marian Sims are here
from Xescalero, N. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin are being
congratulated on the arrival of a new
F. Ix Hawkins and family have moved
from the J. I. Purdy ranch on to the
A. L. Douglas ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Knight are ex
pected here from Roswell, N. M., to
visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Mrs. EUeise Sutherland is here from
Roewell as guest of Mrs. Mabel Prude.
C C Bourne and family are expected
here soon from Jackson, K. M., to
spend the winter.
L. L. Jones Is here from Bl Paso
visiting his family.
Fred Gutierrez is home from Bent,
Joe Martin arrived home from
Sherman, Texas, and found a new baby
girl to welcome him.
George Hyde has returned from Las
Craces -where he has been visiting his
brother, Oscar Hyde and family.
Rev. Mr. Brown has arrived here
from the Deming convention to visit
Mrs. Miller, who has been a guest of
Mrs. John Hunter, has returned to
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Given, who have
been here visiting their daughter, have
returned to Three Rivers, N. M.
D D. Harkness has sold his resi
dence in the noi-to part of town to Mrs.
Croford and children.
A. BALMORHEA, TEX.
Balmorhea, Tex., Nov. 20. Dr. Ham
bright and Tom Huey have returned
to their home at Roby, after a two
weeks' visit with J. B. Odue and fam
ily. E. T. West has made a business
trip to Pecos.
Gid Rowden has returned to Pecos
after spending a week in Balmorhea.
Mrs. Burch. of Austin, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J. P. Cole.
C. C. Kounte has returned from
R. P. Head and wife spent a day In
Robert Wagnon has returned from a
two weeks' visit with relatives in east
Mrs. Alberson and daughter, Fran
ces, are visiting friends in Balmorhea.
Miss Bernice Judkins. principal of
the Balmorhea public school, has been
quite sick Henry Hicks is teaching
in her absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith have returned
to their home in Pomeroy, Ohio, after
a short visit with Mr and Mrs. A. V.
Quite a crowd of Bolmorhea young
people -went to the dance at Saragosa.
Some of them were: E T. West and
wife, J. N Williams and wif- W. M
McGearv and George Edgell
AI.PI.VE, TEXAS. "&
Alpine, Tex., Nov. 20. N. Q. Tan
quary, of Fort Stockton, was in Al
pine on business.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Gillett are visit
ing in Fort Stockton.
J. O. Langford was in town from
L. D. Miller, a nearby ranchman, was
married at Eagle Pass to Mrs. K. E.
Knight. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make
their home on their ranch in Jeff
Roy Harrison, the 14 year old son
of William Harrison, who has been
seriously ill, is reported to be improv
ing. Mrs. Tony Weyerts and her little
daughter, Dorothy, of Deming, N. M,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gardi
ner. L. B..Caruthers has been called to
Florida by the serious illness of his
Rev. H. C. Bass Is spending two
weeks at the Tippett Fruit ranch,
hunting deer and bear on Mitre peak
and nearby mountains.
W. C Easterling -went to San An
tonio to attend the marriage of his
daughter, Louise, to William B. Gran
nis. Ei N. Smith, of Riverside. CaL, has
been in Alpine on business in connec
tion -with his large land holdings
H. P. Anderson has gone to his old
home in Alabama for a few weeks.
S. M. Draper and family have moved
to Alpine from Edwards county.
J. L. Fullingen has returned from El
Paso, and brings the news that his
son. Press, who was seriously wound
ed three weeks ago while out hunting,
is recovering from the effects of his
Rev. J. Allen Ray, presiding elder of
the EI Paso district, has been in Al
pine. J. W. Kokernot. of San Antonio, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Kokernot.
J. B. Irving and Ben Pruett made a
trip to Marathon to receive some Mex
Mrs. C H. Moorfield and children, of
Marathon, have been visiting friends
MorencI, Ariz., Nov. 20. E. R. Rankin,
mechanical engineer with the El Paso
Bridge and Iron company, has returned
to El Paso after spending a week in
W. Lad ell, of New York, has a posi
tion as mechanical engineer for the
Detroit Copper company.
C. E. Mills, former general manager
of the Detroit Copper company, and
Kenyon Burch, of Miami, were business
visitors to MorencI this week.
V. P. Hastings, general foreman of
the Detroit Copper company smelter
and C F. Starger, converter foreman,
made an inspection trip to the Arizona
Copper company smelter at Clifton Sat
urday. Mrs. Harlow Brubaker, of Clifton, is
visiting with relatives and friends in
camp this week.
MorencI people have a carnival this
week. The ball ground has been placed
in condition to accommodate the various
T. B. Franklin, of the D. C. company
power plant, fell and sprained his wrist.
He will be laid up several days as the
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WIllcox, Ariz Nov. 20. W. T. John
son has returned from a trip to El
Paso and accompanied his parents. .Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Johnson, to their home
at Eureka Springs.
The art department of the Women's
club met at the home of Mrs. H. A.
Morgan. Italian art was the subject
of discussion, and papers on that sub
ject were read by Mrs. C C. Doxsee,
Mrs. C. O. Anderson and Miss E. Mor
gan. Mr. and Mrs. T. Allaire were in from
their ranch near here.
George B. Ryan, of SI , Paso, was a
business visitor here this week.
Miss Mary M. Shaw has become the
bride of J. Pierce Richardson. The
wedding took place at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Angle, and only a few
intimate friends of the couple were
present. Immediately after the cere
mony, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson left by
automobile for Dragoon, Ariz., where
they will reside, Mr. Richardson being
largely Interested in the mining busi
ness at that point.
'The Aid society of the Methodist
Episcopal churqh met at the home of
Mrs. F. C. Rotmann. After transacting
the business matters of the society, re
freshments were served, and a pleas
ant social hour was enjoyed.
E. R. Wash, chief engineer of the
Mascot Copper company, who was
called to Chicago several weeks ago
by the serious illness of his mother,
has returned, and says that his mother
is now well- on the read -to recorery.
T. J. Johnson has returned from a
business trip to El Paso, Amarlllo, and
other Texas points.
Mrs. A. Redus has been on the sksk
list this week.
J. B. Cook has been confined to the
house for several days on account of
Dr. J. Ellis, of Cochise, made a trip
to WIllcox in his machine.
E. R. Hooker and J. M. Hooker have
arrived from Los Angeles and have
gone to the Sierra Bonita ranch to
look after their cattle interests.
CARRIZOZO, X. X.
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CUTTER, N. M.
OTHER SOUTHWEST SO-
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Cutter, N. M., Nov. 20. Mrs. Ella
Ridley and Bill Thorn, of Engle, were
down visiting the Gore family.
James Roes, of the Cutter Mer
cantile firm, has returned from El
Paso, where he has been for treat
ment. He expects to go back in a
John Griner, ioreman of the Ritch
Cattle company, has returned from
Iowa. He says he has Just contracted
calves for $25 per head, to be deliv
ered in February.
Andy Hunt and family from San
Mareial, N. M.. are here visiting his
sister, Mrs. James Ross. They are
looking for a business location.
Henry Long has struck a -fine stream
of water in his well at 80 feet on his
Mrs. Tyson Bean has returned from
Los Angeles, CaL, where she has been
visiting for the past month.
Earl Graham and wife are spending
a couple of weeks at C. J. Graham's
home. Sunshine ranch.
Mrs. Leslie Sowell is up at the Gra
ham ranch visiting her parents this
Pat Hughes, of Hot Springs, is over
visiting old friends whom he has not
seen in 16 jears
The first snow of the season came
Carrisozo, N. M., Nov. 20. The
funeral of Capt. Joseph A. Paris took
place here from the Baptist church.
Rev. Herbert Haywood officiating.
Capt. Paris was born at Elizabeth
town. Ky- and was 49 years old. He
held the rank of captain and pilot in
the United States merchant marine for
over 18 years, his principal service
having been on the Ohio and Missis
sippi rivers. He died of consumption
at the Marine hospital at Fort Stan
ton. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gurney have left
for Et Paso, where Mrs. Gurney and
little son, Frank, will, remain for the
Mi M. Paris will leave In a day or
two for an extended visit with friends
Mr., and Mrs. F. J. Sager have re
turned from a week's outing in the
J. B. Salberg who recently came
here from Boulder, Colo., is building
a residence on his place near town.
A. Williams, formerly of El Paso,
has located here, having rented the
Real building and will go into the
boot and shoe business.
E. R. Kelley has left for his old
home at Arsarado, Tex., where he jvill
visit until after the Christmas holi
days. Miss Annie Hawley has left for
Cushirig, Okla., where shW will spend
some 'time with relatives.
A. S. Dernier, who has been spending
some time in El Paso, is at home
Preparations for several holiday
functions of considerable local inter
est are under way. including a home
talent entertainment by the band boys.
Mr. and Mrs. a i P. Warden, of
Ancho, are spending a few days in
Charles H. Lee and wife. 'of Los An
geles, Cal., were Carrizozo visitors
this week, going from here to Capi
tan for several days.
RoHand E. Severs, of El Paso, Is a
Carrizozo business visitor this week.
W. Stapleton and L F. McDowell, of
El Paso, are spending a few days here
& TOMBSTONE, ARIZ. $
Tombstone, Arii, Nov. -20. Judge
McCall, of Serroes, was a, county seat
Attorneys Albert Sanies and John F.
Ross, of Douglas, have returned home
after transacting business in the su
Judge F. E. Sutter and wife have re
turned from a short trip to Bisbee.
A. H. Gardner is back from Phoenix,
where he had business before the cor
Mrs. Abril has gone to Bakersfleld
on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Bert
Paul B. Warnekros Is in Los Angeles
spending the month with his family.
He will return to Tomstone the latter
part of the month
K H Reeves and family are enter
taining for the winter Mrs. Emily
Brown and daughter. Miss Anna.
Their home is in Leavenworth, Kan.
Mrs F. Kjle. of El Paso, spent a few
days this week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs F N. Wolcott.
George Julian, of Detroit. Mich., is
visiting his cousin, attorney Lee O.
Woolerv Mr Julian is a bright young
man for he has in a few days' time de-H
cided that the southwest is the place
for a young man and he intends to
locate in it.
Monahans, Tex., Nov. 20. Mrs. H.
Fielding is able to be around again
after a severe spell of heart trouble.
A steady drizzling rain fell here
continuing until early the next morn
ing Mrs. J. M. Frame and family, of
Pecos, were visiting with relatives
The Misses Moore gave a singing at
their home for their young friends.
Association inspector Lee BelL of
Midland, was in Monahans on official
A snap 100 "A" grade doors at a
bargain. Laager Lumber Oe. Adv.
American Dairy Lunch No. 1
We Reduce the Cost of Living to the Masses
Every Day Menu
Tea, Black or Green
Ham Sandwiches with Bread or Bubs
Beef Sandwiches wkh Bread or Bubs
Egg Sandwiches with Bread or Bubs
Cheese Sandwich Swiss.. 10c
.Chicken Sandwich, Bread or Buns .,
Hot Roast Beef Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes. Bread & Gravy
-Meat Pot Pie
English Beef Stew with Vegetables (Bowl) ......... ".
Chili Con Came
Boston Baked Pork & Beans v
Potato Salad wkh Bread .1-.
Eggs (2) Any Styfe Bread or Toast
Cereals, of all-kinds (half and half)
Hot Cakes or Waffles. Maple Syrup ..?..
Pies of all kinds, per cut
Cake of all kinds, per cut
Coffee Cake, per cut 2 ..."...... .
Doughnuts (2) '.-. . . .
Apple Sauce, Prunes and othei Sauces ...-....
Grape Fruit (half)
Orange whole or sliced
Baked Apple wkh Cream
Cup Custard, Rice or other Puddings wkh Cream
Short Orders of All Kinds a Special Feature
Our Special Dishes Change Daily
We Purchase the Best the Market Affords
Our Own Pastries and Home Cooking.
American Dairy Lunch No. 1
Baseseat Roberts-Baaser BiUf.