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EL PASO HERALD
A Real American Love Story.
THE HEART BREAKER
VIRKIJM TKKHI'NR VA! DB WiTKR.
trnpyrlrnL 1I1S star Company iM
Arthur and Honora See Mildred and Tom Chandler
Drinking and Then See Tom Kiss Millie.
(Crt-HK4 from Monday's Herald.)
'-.-luisis. PKETIOIS CHAPTKRS. hfchlr aHer he enlists and continually
MUJrri aBf Honiara Hrrnl. orphans, taonts Arthor Brnro brransr hr has not
are "aracter fMlraijii Honora. qolFf nllsled Hfee Chandlrr. despite ba
" dependable, iiuarnl HiarWtn, and father- poor health aad fallinc buaU
Hnareo arels H the at- ness. sue oelermlnrs to let Chandler
i atiua. her adsslrers helms Arthur eall. oa leave from training, ram.
it" ymamK " ol fine sjaatltles. and Ifonora makes np her mind to be
. . " .too ia oissipsiea. I present.
.w'.. I V mr " " I Arthur onespertedlr appears at the
earllely. bat Is praettenlly Brents' home aa C handler U lesTlnj-.
airepi off n,r ,i b, C I.an.lrr. nto , Mildred tells him ah- let Tom eall and
r if"" "" seTt-rol Jeeaalwa Her . disputes Hoaera'a "explanation" that
reeiiajca are tnraed ana In. I Mm. htm- I Tom came to aee both the irlrls. it
XJTIi Tf" . k,m" "xi- ! developed that Arthur" eall iras to
-J, na'nted -rlrt. also ! ask Mildred to Jala hla mother, mho
nailer the laflaeaee of Honor. Honora. ' had become Terr nrrrona when hla
u ir hub nroee aeraeix. . raiser inni: n mrn fn. ib. n- n
oreldea that he aaosr marry Mildred
w lorea'a sake.
Arthar nroruwra to Mildred who.
furious at cbaadler. aecepla him. al
t bourn kr Be oof really lote htm.
Beraaae of the aarertala stale of
hla business affairs. Arthar aaka Mil
dred not to aaaoance their rnricr
meat aad she consents bat later de
cides, rrlthoal telling her fiance, to
Inform Tom handler, tblnhlnc the
Heirs mil hart bias.
Mildred Sloea I -II I'L.nJl.. I.
Irritated to find he takes It tery
coolly. telling her be la ahonf to eo
" for war srrrlre. Invlnc the
fcnfcc. he meets Arthur Brace (reins
' iMn and ntalletosnlr
roag-ratalatea blm. Brace Is poised aad
',1Dnlrfl 10 ffioo Mildred Baa broken
Her nord aboat net reyeslinc their
Send ior Fm Trial Treatmtot.
Ifo matter how Ibng; or how bad t
Ipo to your drnj-r-ist today and set &
to cent bor. of Pyramid Pile Treat
neat. It will Eire relief, aad & single
The Old Family Album
By C A. MARTIN.
dred declined to aceompaay Arthar to
hi mothert for this Honora rails her
heartless and Honora herself jcoe
with Arfhnr to comfort Mrs. Brace.
MILDRED stopped la her own room
on her way down to dinner. Turn
ing: on the light, she fastened back a
stray wisp of hair, then opening a
small drawer, took oat a bottle of
liquid ronee. With her finger tips,
she rubbed a little of this Into her
already flashed cheeks.
Tom said once that be loved bril
liant coloring so - may as well make
sure that mine will stay brilliant,"
She washed her hands, gave an ad
ditional polish to her well shaped
finger nails, and poured a few drops: Tomorrow Jul Ins Lorrntsea at the
of perfume into her Palms, rubbing ace of three will be shown.
it In welL j
hi-lSi "'h" "SrjST !- any Idea of enlisting
MAX MOYB, cashier of the Texas
Bank and Trust Co, was three .
years of age when the accompanying I
picture was taken.
Max is a native of Texas, born
Sept. t, 1MZ, at San Antonio. He j
liked It so well there that when his ;
parents moved to EI Psso In 1886, ,
he went haek to San Antonio to i
school, where he attended Seeley's
He finished school In 1900 and II
went to work for Kraukauer. Zork 4
Moye, a firm his father helped to
found. In HIS the Mores retired
fiom the firm and organised the
Union Bank and Trust Co. E. Moyi
became the nresid&nt and Max be
came the secretary and they opened
tor business wnere tne western
I nion offic is now located, in Ma .
They moved the bank to San An
tonio later and remained tbere nnti
this year, when the Union bank an!
the Texas Bank and Trust Co. wen-
roneolldated and Max became cashier
of the combined banks.
Zn 1911 Max More was married to
Mlaa Lllv Callsher and thev ha1. -
two children. Max. Junior, ased five
and Adelaide, aged two.
atax Dears a cnarmea me. in isi"
he drove a big automobile off the
county road Into the raging Rio
Grande near Courchesne, and. V-
tnongh the car was fi'Ied with neop.r
and the water was verv hleh. no
one of them was Injured. The sam-
year, a horse he was rldinc ra-
awav and ran Into the big plate glae
inflow or ua netton-fayne Arrr.c
company on South El Paso street
and Max was not even scratched.
Max's favorite snort Is baseball
Poker Is his recreation.
Pelicans Give Hunters
Taste Of Real Sport
XoshkOBong. Mo- Nov. 1L A flock
f 1 of pelicans gave nuntamen nere a rem
taste of sport woes tne Dig Biros vol
planed into rne of the small takes
bordering Koshkonong on the east IB
I search of food.
! Sportsmen brought down three of
I the visitors, wh.ca measured elsht
I leet from up to UP of their winita.
I The pelicans came from the north
' and are believed to have been making
their migratory flight from Canada
i to the South American coast.
WO.VT LlcmsU I.NSUItA.XCE
BROKBIIS IS THIS STATE
Austin, Teias. Nov. S- IJcense to
do insurance brokerage business to
! Texas will not Be issueo. accoromn
! to C. V. Johnson, deputy insurance
Uommlssloner. who said that the
! Texas laws do not recognise the In
' su ranee broker. Under. Texas laws
1, censes are issued only to person?
j whose names are submitted by the
Fire Chief Urges Care
In Putting Up Stop'
Fire Chief John Wray has Issued
a warning to the cltlaens of El Paso
la connection with the "fan house-
cleaning and putting up stovea."
Clean your flues. Do not have
stovepipes 'running through partitions.
against walls or close to rafters and
Joiata which might get verbeateu
and Ignite. See that your furnace
connections are In good orcer.
This m substance Is the warning or
If neoDle will use care In sat tins
up tbelt stoves and getting their fur
naces la good working order the
danger of tires will be lew. he said
"Usually at ttts time Ol year we Mr
a number of fires which are due tc
carelessness and this can be elimi
nated with the use of a utue precau
The annual production of bitiiraln
ous coal in the United mates in re
cent years has averaged e,ttv
WE CAN FILL YOUR ORDER ON ANY
Send Us Yoar Bay aid Sei Order.
Texas Oil Investment Co.
111 N. Ore jon St, Ream 3.
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He certainly has much prettier ways
wan Artnur naa.
With a parting glance in the mirror
at her Dink cheeks and snarkllne'
eyes, she went on down to the lower
vome right out to dinner, won't
you-?" she called to Tom.
The soup has been eaten, the meat
and vegetables served, and Katie had
gone into the kitchen, when Tom
Chandler made a daring speech.
To you know." with a long look
across the table at his vis-avis." what
tn .tuation makes me think of?"
"No. what?" was the guileless
It reminds me of two married peo
ple in their own little home at their
own little table. 'It almost makes me
aad. Mildred and It makes me envi
ous." Tom Starts to Compliment.
"Envious?" she repeated.
Her heart was beating with joy.
He was about to say some of the
thinrs she longed to hear him say.
"Tea." be insisted, "it makes me
envious of Bruce. He's a lucky dog.
I hope he knows bow lucky. I sup
pose. regretfully, "that when I re
turn yon and he will be married.
J-ssur think of it"
"Indeed we will not be married!"
M1! -d exclaimed.
"Because I am in no hurry to get
married. Anyway, I could not tbink
of such a thing until tbe war is over.
It may be that Arthur will go him
'You mean tbe question was put
so Innocently that it was bard to be
"But Arthur feels he should not
Just now. He is needed at home or
so he says," she added desperately.
She felt a sodden distrust for Ar
thur. Why need he put her in a posi
tion where she must apologise for
"He would claim exemption on the
very grounds that keep him from en
listing now." Chandler argued. "How
ever, we will talk of other things"
as Katie entered to remove the sec
He did not refer to tbe subject
again until be and Mildred were sip
ping their coffee.
"Who Is that walking apetairs?"
"It la Katie, taking Mrs. nigglns
dinner to her," Mildred answered.
"Will she be up there long?" he
"Until Mrs. Higgins has finished."
A Bold ITODOsM.
That will not be for It minutes or
so. will it?" he asked.
"No. certainly not. why?"
"Because r will enjoy mr coffee
better If I bring my chair around by
yon. ne ventured, "stay I
Without waiting for her consent he
lined nis cnair and cup, and seated
nimxeir at her left hand.
"Now this Is what I call cozy, and'
with a Ions sigh "It Is not so ter
ribly suggestive of what can never be
as it Is when you are at tbe head of
the table and I at the foot Just as if
we were settled In our own home.
She did not speak.
"You know, dear." he said, "that
in spite of the rather good bluff I
leve that the sting it contained was i put up. you mean a lot to me. and
Intentional "you mean that he will 1 1 find it bard to think of you as
be drafted?" belonging to another man."
"I mean that he may enlist." Mil- ! "I don't yet." she murmured,
dred doclaxad- "Ton oV no look as J "An. but you will! Tet until you
you blieved that Why don't you"' do I mean until you are married
"Because." be explained gently, "the you will continue to think of me and
you will writs to me often, won't
your- ne pleaded.
She nodded. He took her hand In
nis and hrl it close.
"Ton might write to me lust a lit
tie every day. then mail the letter
once a week," be suggested. "It will
mean something for me to look for
ward to while we are separated. I
wish (glancing around at the side
board) that I had something here In
which to drink to your health during
Mildred had a happy thought. She
could still hear Katie in the room up
stairs serving Mrs. Higgins dinner.
She stood up quickly.
There's some peach brandy here
in the sideboard." she said, produc
ing the bottle and two small glaasea.
"Bnt." hesitatingly, "it Is again it
rules to give liquor to a man In uni
form" "Who curls?" the man said, spring
ing to his ft it- "Nobody will know?"
Filling tbe slasssa, he placed one
In her hand, first dra.ng her hand
through his arm. Lifting his own
glass, he drained it as she drained
hers. Then, still holding his glass, be
bent and kissed her upl'tted face.
There waa an exclamation from the
dining room door Arthur Bruce and
Honora Brent stood th-re looking in.
(To Be Continued
WE ARE informed by offi-ers of the Texas
Petroleum Company that they are-about
to close their books.
This stock is selling like "Wn.BFTRE."
We advise our customers TO BUY NOW DO
NOT WAIT. .
Wire reservations at our expense and let
money follow by mail.
We accept Liberty and Victory Bonds at
full face value.
Hunter & Co.
St. Eegk Hotel BWg., El Paso, Texas.
T: J. O'Reilly & Co.
Riley W. Carlton,
Ft Stanton, N. M.
PRE-ORGANIZATION OFFER OF
STOCK IN THE PARENT COMPANY
Also $50 a day Positions for Branch Directors
DO YOU WANT $108 OF THE GREATEST MONEY MAKING INDUSTRY
IN THE WOKLUI
A. E. F. Hero Is The
Champion Cotton Picker
Oxark. Ark.. Nov 11. Andv Kenton
exseigeant of the A. E. F. holder of
the French Croix de GuTre and Pis
tlniruished Service Medal, and who Is
repute! to have wiped out a Hun ma
chine gun nest of 85 men. single
handed. Is claimed to be a champion
cotton picker at Braggs. Ok'a.
Andy has a record or u pounas or
cotton a day and as he receives - per
hundred he should worry.
jjjjHjjjB SllliEIBS9EiBIBBSB9SE as-anE-aj-
is continuing its rapid advance
on both of El Paso Stock Ex
changes, selling up Monday
night to $1.80 per share.
Homer Union will sell
A saall investment ia &t Pars Company sow fonskh-; to own Ae
patenb. improvements'aac proceses. aad to htriW. inttaN and operate many
local pfeats at point 4)1 cUstnbaUoB. vntrt Dlfo coetroi oi eaui, otic"
greatest safe specula lion is America.
Tbe system provides for a local manager for each pkat woo can
invest his own' money k 49 working interest, calculated to return hia
approadmalely $50 per day. Any cky of 10.000 population wi8 support
one of these nraney-coitHBg ifioWries. the project of which will be con
sumed at home and paid for in cash every day.
With such splendid profits for the Manager of a local plart can yon
not imagine the ur-faated profits aad possibilities for the stock ef the
parent o rrokEpg company ctmtroBktg 51 of a haadred or a thousand
The parent company takes no risk, fa pfofks are sure aad large
It simply installs the plants, furatshmg the raw material, and receives pay
for same, together with the royalty aad dany proMs.
SuDscriDtions for Pre-Ors-aaizattoB Stock ia- this raost woecrfl
world-wide organization of tBdustria! plants are aow being received.
Applications wiH also be received from repouWe men with tea years
residence aad business experience at kws ot IO.IMJ or mefe. lae mas
who becomes the local manager must have some cash aad credit, or bank
backing, for a'few thousand doHars and must be w9Kg to actaaBy take a
working man's job and stick to it six days a week for an iscoae aad com
pensation of approximately $0 per day.
AH applications w3 be treated as strictly confidential. No MvesteeBt
will be required of the successful applicant uatil he has been shown the
workings and the possibilities of the business and becomes sure from actual
tests and practical operation that the busiaess is aX that is claimed as to
output, market, and sure profits.
Applications for stock m the parent eaaspaay vn& be received is
amounts of $100 or more, not to exceed $10,000. and must be accompanied
by check, draft or money order for at least 10 of the amount subscribed
for. every etnt of which win be held m trust and returned on demaad at
any time before the final dosing of the subscription, aad due notice VfH be
given of such dosing date.
This subscription is only conditional aad after you receive fait details
and have time to investigate and learn beyond a doubt thai the bsHtness is
sound, safe, aad by far the greatest iavestaeat of-portuaity ever opened la
the small investor you can then receive all of your money back by return
mail or you can make your siihtcription pernMneat by sea-Sag is your
The first units of this system of local pleats w9 be placed m operation
in Texas within the next two weeks. We believe it is safe to say the stock
you can reserve at par now will be setting 2 for 1 the day die first plant is
in operation, and we believe it wtl jump another hundred points with the
completion of each new plant ubu'1 the market value wiH be four or five
thousand dohars per share.
Owing le At magBitBde of The Fkst Nftrkaal aad because of the
fact that its bwtches w8 be located m raaay slates k becomes necessary
to operate as a corporation, aad The Firs Naiiesal w. therefore, be in
corporated aader the laws of Texas. The stock of The Fhst Natknial will
of Murse he negotiable aad can be sold or traded ia anywhere.
The syste-a aader which The First National wiH operate was developed
aad the cosaplele plans worked oM by me. due to ray experience in -Wting
oil wdls ad buildiog the Abner DvSsRefiBerr. Therefoc I fed that
the results beJoag. at least M part, to ay hxads aad hackers ia my present
While The First National wl be a separate company, a large portion
of aty iadmcl-Hh! hoMags will be turned ia to swell the profits and make
good for all Abner Davis' friends investors, aad backers. Legally, of
coarse, I do not owe this to them, but morally I fed it my duty aad I want
to have- everyone profit with me. This wiB be purely a voluntary gift.
At the lime I a-woced the Ahaer Dans Trustee Pita, thousands of
strangers seat aw tbek money. My guarantee was made good. In every
ease where a refuad was requested, it was promptly made. At that time.
I was not finaBciaBy -respoesibre. so far as wealth was concerned. But. my
word was as good as the profflise of any Baak, Trust Compaay, or icoS vidua!
Today I have is my hands aad Leeptag quite a respectable fortune.
II carry quite respectable bank balance, aad am conducting a buttaes of
coariderable proportions. V
My word a good;
My premises are good;
My re-MtatioB as established is wwth more thaa al this BWBey.
I am not only able bow fiaaacksr to redeem any promise I make,
hot my guarantee has substantial value behind it.
Now. when I teX you. this Big Idea u saoa te be ycurs; the Big Mdoa
Cutting k soon to come; aad. you are to be given a chance to get in at
the right time I know you wtl act fai to act with premptaess.
THE FIRST NATIONAL is the same that wtl be used in can-pa
oat this Dig Idea.
The plan is another Aimer Davis Idea aad k w3 circle the globe,
because it has the merit aad no power on earth cas hold k back.
If you believe ia ary plan', aad ay ability to succeed wire me at
once stating the amount 1 may depend upon recdviag from yoa.
My past marked success has been k bringing mto ray otgaFriratioa a
large number of enthusiastic supporters who have financed avy pleas, with
modest amouats from each under my Mas to Mas Profit-Sharing Plan,
whereby the small investor received exactly the same ia proportion to Ae
ahaouM invested that the large investor receives.
The Abner Davis securities are made to keep because they have merit
and stabOty. Most stocks are made to sell.
OF J. S. CURTISS & CO.
Remember this advertisement is intended only to interest aad cause
you to investigate. Remember further that you assume no obG-mtion and
no risk by asking for a pre-org-anization stock reservation and. finahV
j Remember you take no risk as every cent of your money will be refunded
ii you wan i it
The details of this business are not given k this ad for several good
reasons, chief of which is. time to enable us to place tbe first actual work
ing plant in operation in Fort Worth, so all investors may see the results
before they actually part with their moaey.
NOTE. S. Curtiss will make the market for the New. " Smith-Porter field
Betf' REFINING COMPANY stock (Homer Union's successor) to be an
nounced in a iew days Wait for it. It will be some stock and some market.
In making your Reservation, make ail remittances
ABNER DAVIS, Trustee
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Now Being Organized
810-12-14 Throckmorton Street,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Vbrrer Davis. Trustee,
ine First National.
310-12-14 Throckmorton St.
Fort Worth, Texas.
I nadentaad that you are acting as the Pre-Orgaauation Trustee thai
all money teat yea is to be held as a Trust Fund, aad not one eeat of same
is to be ased uatil I have folly investigated ytm aew proposition, aad then
finally instruct yea whether to return my money or turn same aver to the
With the above uaderstairiiog, I am seadias yen $ ,
to apply as first payment oa $ of the Pre-Orjanizatioa
Stock of Hie First National.
In justice to the public and the bank, it must he mlerttood that the
First National Bank of Fort Worth has notttiag whatever to do with The
First National. - - - eph.