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12 Saturday, "August 5, 1911.
Who want the best vacation or school'shoes for boys
at moderate prices will find at the Guarantee just
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We are agents for the Genuine Boy Scout- Shoes, made in black and tan
Elk leather, positively tfoo strongest and best -wearing boysj shoe made.
Little Gents' sizes, , J0 ffk Boys' sires, tfjO PA
These shoes are made especially for The Guarantee. We know the hard
wear they are subjected to by boys and they are made accordingly. Solid
throughout antt as strong as xne -aest ma
terials and "workmanship can make them.
Yet they are & sightly shoe.
Little Gents' sizes.
Boys' sizes,
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The following program will be rend
ered at the Country club Sunday, Au
gust 6, tfrom 6 p. m to 9 p. no.:
1. March: Cuban Liberty...Rainsdele
2. Overture: Die Schoene Galathe....
8. Wild Flowers Iseuman
4. Selection: The Beggar Student... -w
4r,m. Milloecker
5. Sparkling Byes ..... Guerner
6. March: Brace TJp. - Heed
8. Overture: INabochoodonozer ....
7- Manuele Portuguese Belter
9. Selection: Martha .Tlotow
10. Violin solo .'....' Selected
11. A Dream of Spring jatn
12. Selection: Mikado Sullivan
13. Passion Hager
14. Selection.: Amorlta Czbulka
15. Amaranthus Gilder
16. Medley: The Dazzler Crackle
TVieH You Thlnfe of ItfcCuUougk's
Ice cream and soda water, think of
wholesomeness, of richness and delic
iousness, for all are embodied to the
highest degree In the manufacture of
all McCullough's products. "We man
ufacture our own ice cream. Ices and
candies. All kinds of refreshments
served in a hundred different styles.
McCullough's, Opposite Postoffice.
Your house Js Incomplete without one'
of our electric Irons, $2.50 to 56.50.
Texai Electrical SHpply Co., 119 J.
Stanton. '
Manicuring for men. Elite Parlors.
Believe me. See page 13.
Camozze Ice
Your Attention Pleaee: Let your knowledge of the fact that our ice
creams and sherbets have stood the test for eleven years with the people of
El Paso induce you to give it a trial We solicit your good will and patronage.
Purity, Sunshine, Fresh Air, Cleanliness
tnditions that -prevail in out lactorv.
nofr'only conform to, but actually earoeed the requirements of the pure food
Ijots. Kindly -placeyour orders asiarly as possible for your Sunday dinners
sod 'we mQ. serve you with pleasure.
BeH 296.
123 San Antonio Street
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Materials ised are the finest produced and tnorougHy
tested before being put into your watch. Behind every
job of watch repairang done here stands a guarantee
that couldn't possibly be broader. Realizing the trouble
people have had in the past in getting an absolutely
satisfactory watch repairing service, we decided to. make
it one of the principal features of our business rather
than a side line. 'If your watch is not keeping accurate
time bring it in and w will take pleasure in telling
you what is needed and wtett It will cost.
Watch repairs, jewelry to be mended
or manufactured, being sent to us, will
be given prompt and satisfactory
what they are.looJong ior.
Baseball Shoes
for Boys
The best made Baseball
Shoe we ever sold "for the
money. Boys' sizes, price
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Mrs. 3L B. Craw has moved from her
former home on. Estrella street, to
2222 Texas street.
A daughter was born ito Mr. and Mrs.
H. J. Gardner, of Pearson, Mexico, on
July 31. Mrs. Gardner is a sister of
Mrs. George Butledge, of this city.
Attention, Men!
At an early date we will make an im
portant announcement to the men of El
Paso. This is only carrying out our or
iginal Intention as regards our new lo
cation in the Mills Building -which is
not only to give the best service in all
departmets but at the same time be a
public convenience. Previous to this
announcement, ve again remind both
men and women that our fountain is
where you always find the purest and
most delicious summer drinks and ices
Scott White & Co.. Mills Building.
"We have just what you have been
looking for. Instantaneous electric
water heaters. $3.00. Texas Electric
Supply Co 119 K. Stantori; '
Beautiful frozen novelties served
every Saturday and Sunday. Try one.
The Elite Confectionery.
Messengers for any purpose day or
night. Cactus Messenger service-
There's art in pressing Wright.
"We v have just a few of those art
glass mission lamps left at $3.50 and
$5.00. Texas Electrical Supply Co., 119
X. Stanton.
1 Believe me. See page 13.
Cream Co.
and Perfect Sanitation these are the
.The doors are always wide open. We
and Retail
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When You Want
Get the Best Here
In the first place, our equip
ment and watch repairers are
not surpassed anywhere.
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Miss May E. Campbell entertained
Tuesday evening with a Japanese gar
den party, given complimentary to the
high school graduates who leave this
fall to enter college. -v
The lawn in front and the garden in
the rear were illumined with numbers
of Japanese lanterns, -while inside, tiny
trees, green foliage and a protuslon
of summer flowers lnterraingled with
Japanese lanterns carried out the dec
orative scheme.
The punch room was converted into
a bower of green, while the punch a
ble, at which Misses Virginia Barnes,
Eleanor Wright and Louise Sanburn
served, was strewn with pink roses.
A stage was erected In the rear gar
den where Shaksperean tableaux were
very effectively given from "Hamlet"
"Tl Merchant of Venice," Romeo and
Juliet," and the "Taming of the
Those taking part were: Misses Ber
nlta Thomas, Sara Bridgers, Alathea
Dempsey, Eunice Preston, Isabel Val
entine, Mildred Marston. The musical
accompaniment for. the tableau was
rendered. by the Misses Virginia Barnes,
Sybil Shedd and Louise Sanburn. Pro
gressive conversation Tvas one of the
entertainments of the evening and af
forded mu6h merriment,) after which re
freshments of sherbet and cake were
served on the lawn.
The honor guests were: Ralph Wer
ley, who goes to Berkeley university
this fall; Miss Louise Sistermans. Uni
versity of Texas; Miss Marguerite Dar
byshire, Baker- university of Kansas;
Miss Kathrlne Harper, San Marcos
normal; Miss Janet Ramsey, San Mar
cos normal; Miss Marian Bowden, Hol
lins college, Virginia; George Easter,
Boston School of Technology; Ray
mond Campbell, Berkeley university.
Mrs. E. F. Croom was the inspiration
for an enjoyable suprise party given in
her honor on Thursday evening by the
members of the Silent Twelve club.
Games formed the entertainment of
the evening, in which the first prize,
a nand embroidered sofa pillow, was
won by Mrs. E. F. Croom. The second
prize, a coat hanger, was awarded to
Vardy Puckett, and Mrs. O. H. Barbee
received the consolation prize. The
prizes were all the work of Mrs. E. M.
Refreshments added to the evening's
enjoyment, and those in attendance
Rere: Mrs. O. H. Barbee, Mrs. J. F.
Miller, Mrs. E. M. Fraser, Mrs. Charles
Fraser, Mrs. J. D. Berry, Mrs. Tinger,
Mr. and Mrs. Vardy Puckett, Miss Bvra
Abbott, Miss Marguerite Hall.
Miss Isabel Valentine will entertain.
Monday evening in honor of Miss El?a
May Fletcher, of Tyler, Texas, and
Raymond Campbell, who will leave
next week to enter Berkeley universi
ty of California.
Mrs. I. J. Ayers entertained Thurs
day afternoon, in honor of a number of
visiting women, among whom were:
Mrs. Robert Oliver and daughter, Fan
nie Belle, of Dallas; Mrs. Ida Patter
son, of "W&co; Mrs. Lessie Head, of
Montgomers. Ala., and Mrs. T. TV.
Brown, of Pumpvllle, Texas. The guest
list included only friends of the honor
Mrs. Meda TVIlliams entertained a
her home, 704 "Vyoming. in honor of
Miss Nora Hawkins and her guest,
Mss Vera Hines, of Carlsbad, N. M.
Various games were played and re
freshments were served.
Those present -were: ailsses Anna
Mary Patterson, Chloe "W3est, Clara
Morris, Dorothy Bretz, Marguerite
KllhV TTAllcVl'l. Vnn TJricnn Votrn-U -Mr.
and Ruth Hodge, Aeolian Stathan, Vera
Hines, Nora Hawkins; Messrs. Eugene
Thurston, Evans Johnson, Henry "Wool
dridge, Leslie Reed, Willie Stansel,
Vern Dalton, Willie Vrame, Algae
The hostess was assisted by Miss
Turner and Mrs. W. C. Hawkins.
On Wednesday v afternoon Mrs. J.
White entertained a number of her
friends at Washington park. After sev
eral games of 500 luncheon was spread
The personnel included. Mesdamea
Goodwin, Malone, Pruitt, Weaver, Rob
erts, Brown, Weeks, Warren and John
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The regular week end dance will be
given this evening at the Countrv club
A dance was given Thursday even
ing by Miss Irene Ferguson at her
home on X.ee street. L. Kindig fur
nished the music for the occasion. Re
freshments were served.
Those present were: Misses Irene
Ferguson, Vivian Hunter, Annie Weeks,
Eselle Ferguson, Bird Ferguson, Ma
ble McMurtrey, Mary Weeks, Josephine
Ray, Janie Willis; Messrs. Adolph
Buquor, Harry Davis, J. D. Esslinger,
Edward Freeman. Henry Hester, Newt
Teadwell, Ernest Hester, L. W. Mer
rill. a
A dance was given Friday evening at
the Elks' club by a number of the
young men of the city, complimentary
to their girl friends.
A program of 14 dances, with several
extras was enjoyed, for which the mu
sic was furnished by the Country club
Punch was served throughout the
evening and a thoroughly good , time
enjoyed by the guests, who were::
Misses Marian Bowden, Genevie An
derson, Marian Campbell, Constance
Pateman, Douise Sanborn, Nellie Gail
lard, Flora Campbell, Sybil Shedd. Lil
lian Buchoz, Elizabeth Marks, Mary
Lewis, Marie Lovinson, Louise Sister
man, Amy Schutz, Lauramaude Fink,
Imogene Robertson, Virginia Ryan,
Mary Weeks, McLeam, Katherine Cox.
Davis Mary Nations, Llllle Mae Clarke,
Lilliain Bolez; Messrs. J. TV. Moss, Rus
sell Thompson, Henry W. Shedd, Wal
ter E. Davis, Jack Ronan, Milton C.
Shedd, Richard Garley, Howard Gill
man, J. E. Dutcher, George Freeman,
Vernjon Lyman, Lafey Rumsey, Lee'
Evans, Will R Schutz, Julius Wall
work, Baker, Ralph Davis, Harold KI1
burn, George Pickens, Garland Lyman,
"Wendell Kuhn, Randall Kllburn, J. L.
Esslinger, Ernest Eeihler, Ed Held,
Jervls Deane, L. J. Locke. Chaperons,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Fillmore.
Good and quick. Cactus messengers.
Clara Morris, the famous actress,
who has been blind several years ( and
is now recovering her sight, owing to
the remarkable work of foreign special
ists who came all the way from Europe
to treat her in her""1iome at Tonkers,
N. T. At latest report. Miss Morris was
able to discernthe design and figures
on the wall paper. Every day she sees
better, andv-it is hoped that, within a
few weeks-'or months her vision will be
as good as ever.
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Mrs. Clyde Holmes entertained Emer
gency circle of the Sunshine- society at
her home on Monday afternoon. Sewing
for the day nursery occupied the early
part of the afternoon, and was fol
lowed by two course refreshments. Miss
Olive Davis assisted the hostess In
Onpt. O. Bounds.
The record of an unusual family his
tory was bound up in the lire of the
subject xpt this sketch. From his ola
family Bible we read: "Obediah Bounds
was born Jan. 30th, AD., ISSO." This
made him crowned with length of years
eighty-one. His, like every significant
life, had various aspects. He was a
successful business manf" a soldier, a
citizen, a friend, a Christian. At the
early age of 19 he left his home, near
Lexington. Mo., and joined the "Forty
niners" in their mad rush for gold in
California. Through many narasnlps.
and privations, he remained
here four years, returning home in a
round-about way, partly by boat, on
foot across the Isthmus of Panama, and
much of the way on horseback.
Again from his record we read:
"Obediah Bounds and Parthenia Hlck
lin were married April 6th A. D.. 1854.'
In a covered wagon over desert country
and swollen streams, encountering all
the dangers and discomforts of travel
in those early days, he and his youth
ful1 bride took their wedding jouraey
to far away Texas, locating in Ellis
county, near Waxahachie. While here
they united with the Presbyterian
church. The writer of this article has
heard the dear old man tell of his con
version, how he helped with h'is own
hands to build the house of God, arid
rejoiced in His service.
From Ellis the family moved to Gray
son county. At the breaking out of the
civil war he "was made captain In the
Confederate army and proved himself
a valiant soldier In the cause of the
At the close of the war, he returned
to his home in Grayson county to en
gage in the cattle business until failing
health compelled him to retire from
active work. He then moved to Sher
man, where he remained, a loved .and
honored citizen, until eight years ago,
when he came to El Paso county and for
the past four years had made his home
In El Paso..
As a citizen he stood for the highest
ideals. As a personal friend and Chris
tian gentleman, those who were privi
leged to be intimately acquainted with
him, can testify to his strict integrity,
a due regard for the rights of others,
-and a high sense of honor. In the rush
and hurry of this unsympathetic age.
Captain Bounds with his dignity and
courtesy Illustrated the attractive type
of the old school gentleman.
His last illness was prolonged and
filled with suffering, yet he was pa
tient and testified that the Lord had
always been good to him. His faithful
and devoted wife, who had shared the
joys and sorrows of their long married
life, ministered to hftn through long
days and anxious nights until her
strength was spent, when loving chil
dren took her place. He passed away
June 20, 1911.
Their union -was blessed with ten
children, five of whom have gone be
fore, and five survive him. namely: Mr.
James Bounds, of Oklahoma; E. H,
Bounds. Sherman, Texas; Buck Bounds,
Van Horn, Texas; Mrs. William
Goulsby, Greenville, Texas, and Mrs.
Z. T. White. El Paso.
These, with the loved wife, a number
of grandchildren and a host of friends,
with stricken hearts, await the day
"When with the morn those angel faces
Which we have loved long since, and
,lost awhile."
A Friend.
Beautiful frozen novelties served
.every (Saturday and Sunday. Try one.
The Elite Confectionery.
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Mrs. Jjohn Sullivan, daughter. Miss
Nell Sullrvan. and sons, Tom and Ray
mond, wer. visitors in the -city a few
days this -week, the guests of Mrs.
Maud Deane, of Myrtle avenue.
Warren Haskell, of Eoston, is a re
cent arrived in the city, who will make
his home here and will be connected
with the Ston-Webster company.
Miss Ella Mjiy Fletcher, of Tyler.
Texas, is the gruest of her grandpar
ents, Mr.' and Mrs.."C, L. Caspary.
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The Misses Wandal and Esther Gib-
son, of .bort wo,rtn; are spenmug a
short time In thcclty, visiting their
grandmother, Mrs,E. M. Fraser.
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Miss Blanche C. Merrill, of North
Florence street, ha,s .as her guest Miss
Lucille Rogers, oS Austin, Texas.
Miss Hannah Bo'nem and' brother,
Gilbert, of San Marciel, N. M., are vis
iting Mrs. J. Freudfensteln. .
Mrs. E. E. Sadler and Mrs. Clyde
Garrett, who nave been visiting Mrs.
J. D. Berry, left Wednesday for their
home in Fort Worth1
Mrs. E. W. King )ias as her guest
Miss Marie Me'eker, o Delavan, 111.,
who mill spend two njonths here.
Mrs. A. C. Hines, f Demlng, who
has been here to attend the Denton
Moelich wedding, left today for her
Mrs. Laura Gerald Craig arrived yes
terday from California, Where she has
been visiting for some ftime, and will
be the guest for a few Says of Mr. and
.Mrs. Perryv JvjyBkjaibeffore &oing on
Miss Norman Van Surdam is in the
city visiting her brother, Capt. H. E.
Van Surdam, of the Military institute.
Capt Walter Sweeney, TJ. S. A., and
Mrs. Sweeney are in the city visiting
their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. McConnell. They are en route
from the Philippines, where Capt
Sweenev has been stationed the past
two years, to their new post at Leav
enworth. I
Miss Camille Kibler, who p&s been
the guest of Miss Clay tie MaO Collier,
was recently called to her home In
"Waco on account of the illness of her
mother, but will return to the cityvnext
Miss Martha Toungblood. of San An-
tonlo, Is a- guest of Mrs. T. W. Lanier.
F. R. Cloud, of Dallas, is spending a
few days in El Paso with his mother
and sister.
Mrs. William Cahill, .of Mescnlero,
N. M., who has been confined to Hotel
Dieu because of an operation, is im
proving rapidly and will return home
next Saturday.
Mrs. G. M. Riley, who has been in
the city for some time visiting friends,
left Friday for her home in Houston.
Mrs. James Hinest of Kansas City,
arrived recently to visit her brother,
R. E. Allen, 3206 Alameda street Mrs.
Hines will spend the winter in El Paso.
Messengers for any purpose day or
night. Cactus Messenger service.
We can send you a brick of Neapoli
tan ice cream immediately. The Elite
Wright cleans men's suits Wright.
If you are spending your vacation at
Cloudcroft, you need an electric iron
and toaster. Texas Electrical Co., 119
N. Stanton,
We are here. See page 7.
Good and quick. Cactus messengers.
We are here. See page 7.
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ticular case. Both eyes may not be alike, or some
other condition may interfere. Put your case in
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Studies and sports are carefully super
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nisio Barraza cn the property called
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Paso, Texas. " '
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workings in which were found pillar
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