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A Real American Looe Story.
THE HEART BREAKER
VIRUIMA TKRHI SE VAJI DB WATKR.
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Millie Hbodwinks Msr. Higgins Into Believing She Is
Dining With Tom With an Old Friend as Chaperone.
tCenMased Irani 5rnrdnj3 Herald.)
SVNOPS'S PHETIOCS CHAPTKRS.
Mildred SBd Honors Brent, rpnan,
ere character cosrtrastsi Kosnrn, qalet
and dependable. Mildred Hindoos Bad
racoasiaat. Mildred rc'b all the at
tention, her adavjrera actas; Arthur
Brace, a rMBE man of flae raalltle.
oad Tarn Chandler, whs Is dfsaraatrd,
5he fovea to play aae ajralast the
other heartlraalr. hat Is sraetteally
swept off her feel hy Chandler, who
kUs-a her oa aeTeral occasions. Her
feellaaa are tnracd aoalast him, horr
crer, atei she aeea blm. half latail
ca.ed, klsstan, a painted irtti, also
coder the laflaeace of tiqaor. Hoaora,
thoash la love with Brace ecreelf,
decides that he must marry Mildred
for Mildred', saVe.
rthnr proposes to Mildred who,
bnporiaii. Frsa Offsr To Tbs
Mr. F J Stasrt, PrecideDt of the PUcxc
boisloriee. Inc hu iBTeated we
tcimUflc PLAFAO-PAD8, designed to do
tway together vitvh the old fashion od
ansa or metaanleal aratUaoa. We wat
rverj raptured persoo tbit roods tttte to sead
tifioi her came and address so we oan and a
furfoas at Cbandler. aeeepfa him. al
tfaoucb be dotra not really lore him.
Becaoae of the ascertain stale of
hi bnntse affairs Arthur ak Mil
dred not to a anon n re their enjcaRe-
ment and she roDsents bnt later de
cides, frith eat t el line her fiance,
Info-m Tom "handier, thin Mac the
aenra will hurt him.
AlHdred does tell Chandler and Is
irritated to find he tnfc.es It rr
coolly. lelHns her he la abont to rn-
isi for war serrire. Inrlnc the
honse. he meets Arthur Brnee groins
n rail on wared, and nallrlonftlr
eenfirrafalatea him. Brace Is pained and
dismayed to find Mildred has broken
her word a boat not reveal In c their
Hiiared esteems Chandler more
hlehly after he enlists and eontlnoallj
tnants Arthur Brace beeanse he has nut
en It led like Chandler, desnlte hi
father poor health and fa line bold
ness, sbe oet ermines to let Chandler
! call, on leave from training ranip.
; and Honors makes cp her mind to be
Arthur unexpectedly appears at the
Brents home as Chandler Is leaving.
Mildred tells him ah- let Tom call and
disputes Honora's "explanation thnt
Tom came to see both the ictrls. If
developed that Arthur's rail rwam to
FREE Trial PL APAO ljr1 4 -".
, r,., ...- , , had become Terj Bi-rron, when his
?,frf r5!JLS!i iJSSr father took a tarn for the none. SIII-
1 . r . . . . j area oeeilncd to accomDanv Arlbnr tn
10 charge for what we send, bov or eTer.
Se want to show yon what tha wond
mrker called "Plapao' will do. Wo trffl
irove to Ton, ABSOLUTELY FBSS. that
'on can be beaeftted 07 the FR KB test treat
cent. ?ena uca asa aoaress so-aay.
T-APaO CO., BJod; s9. 8U Locis. Ka
Zemo, the QevAntiseptic
Liquid, Just What You
Need. Is Not Greasy
Don 't worry about eczema or other
tronbies. You can bare a dear,
healthy siaa by using Zemo ob
t'nw at any drug store for 35c; ox
extra laie bottle at Sl.OC.
Zemo genendh- reraefes pstnpc
TcVriaru hWrtieg ppaaaa fijsdnOC'
wonn aad makes tbe ska der arru
heahhy. Zemo iaackra, peaatra&ig,
antiseitie Equd, neither stfeky aor
greasy and etairts nothing. It is aesBy
appbed and costs a mere triSefcr each
application, ft fc ajways iTif niiMr.
hla mother far this Hoaora calls her
heartless aad Hoaora herself noes
with Arthnr to comfort Mrs, Bruce,
H!" Katie looked inrnrtsed. "Is
Miss Honors going to b; back
to dinner after an?"
"No." Mildred tried to Baeak nat
B rally. "She la not Bnt a friend of
ours Mr. Chandler yoo know has
been ordered back to camp tomorrow.
Ha may be going over to France very
soon may even be killed before -we
ever see him again."
Sbe paused at the Irish jrirl's ex
clamation of pity. "Oh, the poor
young man. Ain't war the dreadful
thing. Miss Mildred r"
"Indeod It is." Mildred agreed. "And
as It le the duty of all of ns women,
to cheer the soldiers as much as we
can, Mrs. Higjrlns would Ilka me to
ask Mr. 3raadr to stay here to din
ner tonight. It is too bad she cannot
come down herself bat sbe will feel
better to know that I have asked
some one to talk to and that cur
guest is receirine the hospitality
which is his due."
Sbe had ottered her speech so rap
idly that sbe now pursed, oat of
"Tes meaba. Katie rejoined. "Of
TUESDAY. .NOVK1IUER II. IBIS.
QATURN rules this day strongly for
-) good, according to astrology, and
this sway is opposed By Jnplter. the
son and Dranus In etll aspect.
Agriculturalists abonld benefit by
conditions that" point to high prices
for products, but they will have dll
cutties to meet in the form of bad
Under this planetary government
land and land values are likely to be
much discussed. Some government
oroject will stimulate the interest of
Persons past 40 should benefit
greatly during this sway of the stars.
rhlcri is believed to give them power
to lead others and to benefit by experience.
During; this role the eld will do
well to make plans for their retire
ment from active life or for the turn
ing over of heavy responsibilities.
It is not an aosp'&ous day for mak
ing changes of aav sort or for seet
hing favors or emoluments.
Uranus Is attain in a Dtace believed
to encourage gossip, slander and mis
representation. This will be especi
ally directed to persons in places In
Jupiter ctvea nromlse that the com
ing weeks will brine about a' healthv
reaction from the strain of war
time. Complete readjustment of socal
customs and changes in traditions
will be apparent as the new year ad-
There Is a sign read as Indicating an
Increase in immigration. This is held
to mean that many foreigners who
nave gone back to their native lands
will return, bringing many with
Cooperation and profit sharing
have the best sort of a direction of
Uranus gives those who read the
stars warning: that sleep after the
spiritual awakening caused by the
sufferings of war will cause calami
ties even greater than those of the
Persons whose birthday It Is may
have a year of some anxieties. They
should not make any change.
Children born on this day win be
steady and trustworthy in all prob
ability. These subjects of Scorpio are
often Inclined to oe careless and outlay-
Copyright. 1919. by the McClure
-"Men Are Nothingthe
Man Is Everything
HON. A. S. FISHER
lea jrssrm as Jsdss Tlrtsr, f Fort -Wert. Texas)
Stfet Fi-r csM to Texa B 1871, asd & prax&eu kw foSss
H fcttmabe W CTertl J" 88 h " Js4?e-
Ifis op k Ae ei We a proiably tie wh51 of ny
attarec m e Stole. A we known figure is tie oa worH, be
vu esW tf tbt few oriaWion, tke Hwa Syaoi.
cats. ui brier sm ef rke eaprnd crganaen of Ae TEXAS COM
PANY, vines it esfiteSie. at SSS.eW.mM afid hu paid eat lo
coarse If Mrs. HIgglns says so, lfs
aU right. Bat we're not having much
for dinner. Only cold roast lamb and
two vegetables and coffee."
"Is that all." Mildred looked blank.
"That is pretty ptelr fare for a
iignier. ism it 7 Haven't
inug else In the bouse?"
VlOci& aiders Bhmwy
of deian k n4eaj.
The Homer Issues
. , s4(er tsaoe dartng the past week Is hereby with-
ZZlISSZi TOIOK i. th. advanee. Messrs. Smith a;4
orrrfleM hev-Srt to rtart orUMag operation, for the
TEXAS-HOMER OIL "Wm J""
seat, and arteraey for the company IS TOUR OPFORTU.MTl
SOW at ue a shore.
The leases of thfct eampajty are laereasiag la vajoe by leaps and
bosndsT Th. U. K. Camp weB In Seetloa M. 3-8 came la USW
Oil Company has a 15 acre lease.
Tha CDUlaad A Poster No. weB came la a a&SeO barrel irasher
Thm well ts less than oae-haK a mHe from where the Teias-Homei
aeosle are to drill oa a S acre tract. The contract for this drilling,
feu already hcea let and parrleaUrs will be announced as to the
data of drinla wlfhta the aext few days.
The. agala. the Standard OB Company has a weH on the sand aad
are settta easing oa the sceaerty adjaeeat to the Texas Uamet
tract ts seetfaa IT, 28-7. On the brlagtog in of this weH Texas
Bomer shares uwlM go seartos-
Ta the Bull-Bayo. Weld the latest marlon Is provKcd wHh the an
aonaccaieat of the brlaatas; ta of the Hoheetson So. 1. reported to
be flowlag o barrels. This new. Is of parUealer Interest to
Texas-Homer aeoate. who are drill on a IS aere tract la this
field. This well will be started soon after tie first weH on the B
aereo mearJoaed above.
This stork preastses to be one of the most aeasatleaal st.eks from
B market ataadpetnt ever pat oat or recommended by Oaabar .
The Texaa-Homer Ofl Company la also today drrHlas; o. a X30 a err
leaK la Calls ann Ceuaty. The well is down IBOS fret, and la ex
pected to reach the aaad vrHhln the next ten days to two weeks.
Texas Homer Is Your Big Opportunity.
VE THE WIRES AT OUR EXPENSE IN OHOERXB76 STOCK AND
FOLLOW WIRE WITH RBM1TTANCK.
DUNBAR & COMPANY
Members of tbe 81 Paso Stock Rrrhsnge.
ft n.n; Bank aad Trart BaCdias.
Bl niso. Texas.
"Yes. we have canned' norm ant
couple of apple pies. But those were
for tomorrow's Sunday dinner."
Millie Orders Dinner.
"Well hare one can of soup and
on. pie tonight." Mildred said firmly.
There are other cans of soup In the
house, and one pie will be an we
need for tomorrow. I will r r v to
responstbility," she added, seeinir the
, wpreHwa oi qouoi creep into jurn i
It pays to be kind, Mildred reflected
as sbe went baek to her guest. Had
she not given Katie permission to go
out this afternoon the maid might
have spoken some criticism of the ar
rangements for this evening.
Tom talked steadily for the hour
preceding dinner, but It was largefcr
about blmcelf. Mildred wished that
he would make the conversation more
intimate ana leu ner no.r muck be
I missed her when he was away from
At last she broke in upon his dis
course. "How long do you suppose
it win be before you get back to
Philadelphia?- she asked.
"Perhaps I may be sent right over
to rrance, yotr know," he replied. 1
"Too hope sof she protests! "Do
yea really want to run the risk of
getting killed or wounded!"
1 want to do what I enlisted to
do." he Insisted. "I want to get a
whack at the Germans. Every red
blooded roan wants to do that."
Then he stopped, as if suddenly re
membering that the man to whom his
hostess was engaged had shown so
desire in this direction.
"mtoraHy." he added, "all men can
not do what they wast. But I am
Xortonats tn that I am absolutely In
dependent." In the dining room the dinner befl
tinkled. When there wire not regu
lar guests Katie always rang the
dinner beH. But If this was not heard
she would come to announce' the raeoL
She evidently did not consider to
night's dinner a "company" affair.
Mildred sprang CP. "There's the
dinner bell," she said. "Please ex
cuse me while 1 run up and see If
Mrs. Higgins is comfortable. I will
be right down."
A SnddesL Consideration.
Oa her way she paused at the din
ing room door. "Katie." she remarked,
"I am Just going up to make sure
that Mrs. Higgins wants nothing.
"Shan't I go!" Katie offered.
"Indeed, no. You hare to be on
your feet enough without my making
you run any more than is absolutely
necessary. And, by the way, Katie,
when you see Mrs. Higgins do not
mention the pie and the soup, please.
I will tell ber about them In the
morning but she is so nervous that
the toast little thing upsets her at
night. I want ber to keep ber mind
"Very well," Katie assented. Her
young mistress had granted ber so
many favors that she could afford
to comply with her wishes and to
seean as dull as Mildred wished to
think she was.
"And you can go out this evening
If you want to," Mildred continued.
"Mr. Chandler has to leave early, sje
I wifl have the whole evening to give
to Mrs. HIgglns. And," as she saw
Katie's grin of delight, "you might
taka- Mrs. Hteftin's dinner up to her
Land stay there with her while we are
saving our cone, xnat wtu spare
me the trouble of going up before
Mr. Caandler leaves and will get tbe
dinner out of tbe way so yoo can
wash your dishes early. But remem
ber do not let Mrs. Higgins talk too
much. It is not good tor ber."
Mildred ran upstairs, congratulat
ing herself on her wonderful resources
resources of which she had sot been
conscious until the need of them had
forced her to draw npoo them.
"Ilwould make a good actress," she
"Well, my dear," Mrs. Illsgins
looked up as she entered, "why are
you not at dinner 1 am sure I heard
the bell ting. Did your friend come
"Tea but I Just want to make sure
yoa are comfortable. Katie will bring
up your dinner before long. And, by
the way." sbe hurried on, "Tom
Chandler came tn a while agoy And
I have asked htm to stay and have
dinner here. He has to go baek to
camp tomorrow. It seems the least
I can do."
Mrs. Higgins gasped. "Bnt with
out a chaperon, my dear! Oh, weH,
Katie Is there, and your friend Miss
Jasper so Just this once It will be
ail right, perhaps. It is not as if he
were to dine alone with you. That
would be too unconventional.
(To Be Continued.)
SI Paso Herald Magazine Agency.-Adv
Con Repalrlar "4 N Oregon
Allen Arms ro. Ph. 675 - Adv.
Bulbs: Hyacinths. Tulips, Narcissus.
El Paso Seed to. Phone St. Adv.
World's Wonder Gusher Less Than
Half Mile Away
We hare iekl yea of the mammoth gushers being bronght in almost daiy k the senssational Hoster Oil Field. Now ceaes the news that a gwfeer saashriij a rtcsrsk
has beea brought k leu than half a mile from the holdings of this wonderful company and thoroughly pfemsg its botetkjg. This coapaay has fire acres here a&d also 13 vfm
derfsj acres k the f affiant Ball Bayon field and is preparing now ta driS on both tracts. No other field k the world has saeh areth gasfeen of high grade oi.
The excitement is intense. Millionaires are being created OTer night. Men who were almost paupers a few days age are weaderkg what to do wife so naoch Bsmey.
The Texas-Homer Oil Company
- Headed by Jadge Fisher, one of America's most f asses o3 predacen
has woBderfal holdkgs Jam up in this field and asks yoo to come k with them and get your part of this wtaltfc. Thk stock woeld be cheep at $2 or $3, hot we can seS it
to yoa at $1 as long as onr alotment lasts. We were forced to refuse orders for many thousands of shares of Hetaer Usisa don't lei thk be another tkte yo& were toe late.
SOUTHWEST INVESTMENT CO.
111 N. Oregon St
J. E. LANE, Mgr.
We accept Liberty and Victory Soads at fa face nlw
Mabers EI Paso Stock Exchange.
El Paso, Texas.
J. E. UITK War.
Southwest Investment Company.
Ill M - Oregon St, El Paso. Tea.
Texas-Homer at SL Remittance
Surrounded by Mammoth Gushers
A 10,069 barrel weH three-fourths of a mile north-west, a 4,099 barrel weH one- half mile west, a 7,548 barrel wef aad a 4,999 barrel wei rhree-feeihs of a m3e sooth
east, and many week drilkg north and east of the Company's holdings k the wonderful Louisiana eS field. Swae people caii this lack, hot we know better. Tbe miracle Btee
of the oil bstkess ksew what they are doing when they bny acreage. Yoa w9 get immediate action on year ateae?. The Ceapany sow has a representative oa the grcasvd
preparkg to get two drilkg outfits started at one time.
THE TEXAS PETROLEUM COMPANY
Does sot confln HaeH to one field, bnt feu ncrrK Jm up tn U three of tbe wonder fields. Think of HS Tea merrn fait west of the ftmoci Oeean weil In Basttand county, Hro
acres Jam up and netaaHj offnettlns the Comanche Chief No, t In Brath county, and Iwenfy a err. In tbe aensaftonal lAst-lana mber nelo-ffsettinc a barrel ne8 of the
Gntf Production company and Che Texas company Ms; producer Ioaly 363 feci away. Besides this they haTe SjBOd acre In the semi proven fie Ms.
We hare Jnst tamed down orders for many thonaands of shares of the Homer Union Petroleum company becansir the atoch Is oTer-otwrrltrsl and we don't think It necessary to
nrsfe onr frfesda to jret tn on this most sensational stock before It too la oTcrsnMcrrbed. We ask oar frlenda to 4n the snceen-fnl men who know no fa Ha res nod travel frith
them on the road, that surely leads to prosperity. Von are solne; to bny this wonderful stock, and there li only one safe thins to do, sit down and write vat year order today SOW .
DOUBLET THIS BE ANOTHER TIME TOC WE TOO LATE.
Southwest Investment Co.
111 X. Oregon St.
J. E. I. AAE. Mgr.
liberty tad Victory Bonds at reft fata vsJaa.
Xembers El Paso Stock Bxeaaase.
Kl Paso. Texas.
3. E. uurE. Her-
Soatawest Iavestment Company.
11IK 31- Oreson St. El Paso, Texas.
Reserve shares Texas Petroletrm
at SI- Remittance in mail.
TUESDAY, tbe 18th, is your last chance to buy TEXAS PETROLEUM at $1.00 par value, unless the company is OVERSUB
By the way the orders are rolling into our office, we would sajT that it ought to be before feat time.
But WHY WAIT until the last minute and stand the chances of not receiving your stock. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
If you intend to buy,
while we can still furnish you the stock.
Think over the enormous value of their holding, the men that are back of it, their low capitalisation, the almost certain chances
of big dividends on your money, and then
WIRE your order in HOW
"WE BACK THE WINNERS"
MANNING & COMPANY
502 Martin Bldg. BROKERS. Phone 388.
Members El Paso Stock Exchange.
Reference: El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
LIBERTY B0?DS ACCEPTED AT PAR
(BSE THIS COUPON FOE 0SOB8JXG STOCK)
Msonit & Company, Brokers,
502 Martin BMg, EI Paso, Texas.
EnclMtd Sad $ far wtdek please aaQ aw
snares TEXAS PETBOISITK stock at pir $1.00 pet
saaie, sail stock to be faOy paid axnt sM-assessaWe.
Name .-. -
HOW WOULD YOU FEEL
IF YOU OWNED 100 SHARES OF
VALMONT-TUL AROSA BASIN OIL STOCK
E STRUCK OIL
On our 10,000 acres 6 miles west of Valmont, N. M. You could cash for $50,000 or $100,000 quick. Now, that's the gamble.
BUY ALL YOU CAN MAYBE IT WILL HAPPEN WHO KNOWS?
DRILLING EVERY DAY
$1.00 PAR 10,000 ACRES
BUY ALL YOU CAN
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206 North Oregon St.
El Paso, Texas.
SB.VH IN VOIK ORIER MOW TODAY
CENTRA J. STOCK 4 OIL ICXCHANC;!.
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OeBllemea- Kaelosed air cheek tar S Enter my
application tor share tatsaoat Tnlarosa Basra
Oil ts, 11 Sl.ee aer share (Par alae fallr aatd aad aon
R. P. O. or Street
Toitb aad State
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