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EI, PASO HERALD
SOLDIEflS I1T
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T
Shelton-Paynes Feel Chesty
Over Saturday's Victory
by 4 to 3 Score.
Juan Gomez, manager of the Shelton
TdMie baseball team. Is feeling partic
ui irlr chesty these days. Juan always
sports a pretty good "front," but Just
now it is particularly in evidence The
uartlware men trimmed the 2th in
fill try in a challenge game at Rio
tj-ande park on Saturday afternoon by
a score of 4 to S, and Gomez asserts
tfc.it the absence of Graham from the
. rmv lineup did not affect the result at
all
He is so Bure that his Mexicans can
defeat the soldiers that he has offered
to pivp thftm a. return same, to be
pUed at Rio Grande park next Sun
uay, and it is likely that his offer will
be accepted.
Villareal Is Master.
The score on Saturday was 4 to 3 In
favor of the Shelton-Paynes. Villareal
was the "big if for the winners. He
lield the soldiers well in hand at all
nmes, and while they gathered a total
of eight hits, only three balls were
knocked out of the Infield. Boss and
"Wilson were the mound artists for the
soldiers, while the rest of the team was
practically the same as has played in
the series -with the Purltys.
If the return game is arranged, a
bumper crowd Is certain. Graham is
sure to be the pitcher for the soldiers,
for Lieut. Oanlelson is certain that the
20th man can take the measure of the
Shelton-Paynes.
Saturday llox Score.
The box score of Saturday's game
follows.
Sneltoa-Faynea, XB. R. H. PO. A. EL
Leyrs. If........... 4 0 0 0 0 1
His, :t 4 0 121
Caro, ss... ...... 4 0 0X40
Medina, lb........... 3 0 9 110
Lajan, cl... 3 10 0 0 0
Carplo, rf 4 12 10 0
villareal. p... 4 0 10 2 0
Lolo, lb 4 1 1 1 0 0
Tines, c 4 1 0 11 2 1
JOE fiZEVEDD IS ill INVADES
CHIPITEILiM TEXAS TIE
Bedtime Story For tLe Little Ones
"Uncle Wiggily and Jack Frost."
By HOWARD C. GARIS,
Anu.nnu.o
NK afternoon, when Uncle Wlg
gily Longears, the rabbit gentle-
-r- . 1 Tla- r I. 77l4. ' Ti T T , ..(! "", wtiiir xivute, stivr naving
JqiSier JliapS UUb J-i-itC---5tVB JTie-.U.X.JXanmey laOOKSIOr nPPd about in the woods, he saw
Campaign for the Little Big Business Exhibit
Fighting Machine. at Dallas Fair
.3
AB.
. 3
. 1
Total.
20th Infantry.
Head. 2b
Buchanan, ss...
LonEmyrs. ss...
Graham. ss.. ...... 1
SaTage. rf. ..... 5
Gilmore. lb. ......... s
AucusU&k, e S
Morch. lb E
Soudert, ct I
Moerice, If 3
Caporal If 1
Roes, p. ...... ..... 2
TCilson. p............ 1
Totals
Shelton-Paynes
4 i ;; u 3
R. H. PO. A. E.
.14 J I -7 7 3
OM 01 3O0 i
2th Infantry 000 010 101 I
Sommary Home run, Augustiak; two
base hit. Morch; sacrifice bit. Boehacan;
stolen bases. Tanes, Kess, Ross. Ansustiak.
Gilmore; left on bases, Sheltons 4, Twentieth
10. first base on errors, Sheltons 2. Twen
tieth 3, struck cat, by Ross 6, by 'Wilson 4. by
Villareal 11; bases on balls, oft Villareal 4.
off Ross 2. hit by pitched balk by Villareal
(Souders. Ross), by Ross tLeyva); Innings
New York. Oct. 18. Joe Azevedo. the
California light weight, who is now
occupying the center of the fistic stage
in New Tork, is looked upon by the
eastern experts as a worthy contender
for the light weight championship of
the world. The position taken by the
experts in the east, is probably due to
the fact that in Azevedo's bouts they
saw a faint glimpse of the famous Bat
tling Nelson.
Many of these scribes come out
openly and announce the fact that In
Azevedo the light weight anision "
one of the greatest 20-round fighters
that has stepped into the ring in many
years. Short of stature, built some
what like Wolgast, Azevedo is gifted
with a powerful right hand, though
he has an exceptionally good asset in
a straight left Jab. Joe's work in New
York earned him probably the big
gest reception that was ever accorded
an out of town boxer, Willie llltchie
and Freddie Welsh not excepted.
Campaign Of lloats.
John Reisler. who is directing this
little fighting machine, has mapped out
a campaign of bouts that Reisler has
hopes of placing Azevedo in such a
position that Freddy Welsh or Willie
Ritchie can not avoid meeting Aze
vedo, respectively, for the two titles.
Reisler and Azevedo are now finishing
up their eastern schedule. Azereao
defeated Sammy Robideau at Phila
delphia and Walter Mohr at tne
Broadway Sporting club. Reisler and
Azevedo leave for the west.
The first stop will be in Milwaukee,
where Azevedo meets Richie Mitchell
at Tom Andrew's club in a lu-rouna
bout. After the Califorian takes .Mit
chell's scalp, Reisler takes Joe to
Oshkosh, where he meets a promising
local candidate for light weight honors.
Bljr FlreTrorL. At Boston.
After this wlndup comes the big
fireworks in Boston, with cnarley
White, In a 12-round affair. It is al
most a certainty that should Azevedo
receive the verdict over the Chicago
lead Reisler will be in a position to
force Welsh and Ritchie to protect
their respective titles.
"I want the honor of bringing the
light weight championship of the
world back to the United States, where
it belongs," says Reisler, "and I will
probabl land It with Joe Azevedo, who
is, I think, one of the greatest little
fighting machines in the ring today.
A decision has just been reached by
the Mutual Motors companj of Jack
son, Mich., manufacturers of the Mar
ion "six" and Imperial "four," to extend
their sphere of operations to Texas.
This move is particularly- gratifying
to xexas automobile owners and deai-
Nurse Jane Fuzzy Wnxzy, the muskrat
lady housekeeper, bringing in her pot
ted plants and flowers.
"Why are you doing that. Nurse
Jane?" asked -the rabbit gentleman,
curious like.
"I am doing that so my posies will
not freeze." answered MUm Fuzzy
Wuzzy. "Jack Frost is eominz around
tonight, and if he touches the leaves
and flowers with his shivery, cold
ers for the Marion has always enjoyed fingers the plants will wither and die.
great prestige in the Texas trade, beinr
one of the first cars established in this
district, and there are thousands or
Marion owners throughout the state
who have been looking forward to a
move of this kind on the part of the
Marion manufacturers.
J. I. liandley, president of the Mutual
Motors company, well remembered as
an old resident of Texas and probably
one of the best known automobile men
in the state, has reserved the opening
of Texas business until the new lls
Marion "six" model "K" was ready
for the market.
This new model, bj far the best and
greatest Marlon ever built, lists at
110S, and Mr. Ilandley's expression Is
this: "I have always taken great pride
in my connection with Texas people
and whenever I have offered a car to
my friends In that big state of yours
It has been a car In which I felt every
confidence and know that I could pre
sent It to my friends and sincerely
say. 'Here's the best automobile buy
on the market today.' "
So I am bringing them In the hollow
CAPTAINS DO NOT
READ THE RULE BOOK
Continued from previout pae
the log! Oh, how cold I am! Who froze
me fast?"
"I did'" cried a shlvery-Ivery voice,
and out from behind a bush stepped
Jack Frost. "I blew my cold breath
on tbe water you sat In." said Jack,
"and I turned It to Ice under you, freez
ing you fastr That was -so you
couldn't take Unde Wiggily away.
Come on. Mr. Longears," said Jack
Frost, "tha fox can't chase you now
he is frozen fast for the rest of the
night and he'll have to stay sitting
there."
Then tbe rabbit gentleman jumped
out of the paws of the fox and got
safely away, and tne iox eoara no. run
after Uncle Wiggily. being frozen fast j
to the log as tightly as If he had sat
stump bungalow vhere they will be ! down in sticky fly paper. I
nice and warm." ! "You did roe a great favor. Jack
"Jack Frost.. eh?" exclaimed Uncle Frost." said Uncle Wiggily. "and I J
Wiggil. "Welt when he comes to our , thank you."
woods it means that King Winter is "Pray do not mention It, said the
near. I don't like winter as much as chilly chap. "I happened to see the I
I used to. And I don't like Jack , fox catch you and I wanted to save j
Frost." you. So I froze him fast tJ the wet
"I don't either." said Nurse Jane, log just to show you I can do some i
"When winter comes, and the ground ' good in this world, even if I only make j
is covered with snow, we animal peopl-.- Ice." .
have hard work to find food. And It ' "So you can do good! cried the rao-
is no fan to be out in snow storms, i bit gentleman. "I am sorry I said I ,
When I was young I did not mind It j did not like jou I do like you. ,
so much. But now I take cold so "Thank you'" laughed Jack Frost I
easily." I Then he and Uncle Wiggily parted tht
"So do I." spoke Uncle Wiggily. "And ' best of friends, but the fox could not
the cold hurts my rheumatism. When part from his frozen log until the sun ,
I was young and in my prime. I could ', melted the ice next morning. So this
throw snowballs 'most all the time, teaches us that Icicles are good for i
But now I'm old and getting gray. I'd ' something else than tickling Christ
rather watch others wllh Icicles play." J mas trees And If the bugle-horn
he recited sort of slng-songie. doesn't blow alk the sugar off the top
"That's the way I feel about It. too." ! of the molasseS cookie, I II tell yon
spoke Nurse Jane. "I. certainly don't ! next about Uncle Wiggily ana nis rea
live, Jet Vrnaf tlpoet. Copyright, -ISIS, by McClure
"Nor do I." added Uncle Wiggily, as , Newspaper Syndicate.
he helped tbe muskrat lady carry In
the plants and flowers so they would
not freeze-
Just as they were carrying In the , FOOTBALL SCORES.
e oetter uressei
Select a
BENJAMIN
SUIT
The new Benjamin models and fabrics nre
belter than ever.
$20 to $40
!Ne
ber. but of 100 players asked, only five
had read the rules.
Three captains admitted that they oiu
last geraniums, sometnlng white flew
over the -top of the bungalow.
'"So you don't like me. eh. Uncle
' Wlgjrtly?" asked a cold and frosty
-niSTi" BEATS CAM (IN.
Canyon, Texas, Oct IS The Kansas
City leaguers easily defeated the fast
Canyon club here Saturday by a score
of S to Z. The feature of the game was
the pitching of Rnstenhaven, formerly
of the New York Giants, for the
leaguers. He will pitch in the game at St. Louis, that club will have to pay
ti -n n.-.a t . a lqlm TT... Tul ,i j. . .
had never read the rules, and four of
the aditted that there was no rule book
them admitted that there was no rule
book in the possession of any roan on the
trip, so far as they knew. Baseball I
a game that has come to most of the
major league players by instinct, and
they pick up the rules as they go along.
Most of them never forget a ruling on
an unusual play, but seldom know cor
rect interpretation or wording of a rule.
Itald by Federal.
The reopening of a raid by the Fed
erals on clubs in organized baseball
gives room for wondec if there will be
any more cases like that of Armando
Marsans. the Cuban outfielder, who
jumped from the Cincinnati Reds to the
St. Louis Federals last season.
Marsans has not played a lick of
baseball since a year ago last June,
when he made the leap. He was en
Joined from playing with St Louis and
his case was continued in court
But Marsan's salary goes on Just the
same. If the court finally awards him
El Paso on Wednesday afternoon.
MAROON riAYER nCRT.
Chicago, lit, Oct IS. Sparks. left end for
the university of Chicago football team, had
one of the small bones In Ms anlcl brAlcen
pitched, by Ross T. by Wilson 2; hits, off j in Saturday's game, and be will be out of
Ross C. runs, off Ross 4: time of game. 1:45: the .Maroon Hoe up for tbe remainder of
umpire, n. M i me season, it was announced last nlgnt.
Pimples and Skin Eruptions
Danger Signs of Bad Blood
It May Mean Eczema, Scrofula, The
First Sign of Inherited Blood Disease
Bless my red. white and blue striped
barber pole rheumatism cratch, that
Nurse Jane gnawed for me out of a
cornstalk," cried Uncle Wiggily. "But
who are you, if you please?"
"I am Jack Frost." was the answer,
as though a cold wind had blown down
the chimney. "I am sorry you dot
like me. for I have to come every year,
and help King Winter. I have to
freeze the rivers and lakes, to make
ice for the hot summer. I have to
color the leaves on the trees so they
will look pretty golden brown, pur
ple, red and blue colors I put on the
ImMwmm I h.ln ITino Wint, Ta tr f h
I snow so like a Manket it will keep the '
ground warm that the flower and tree
roots, under the earth, may not die.
I am sorry you do not like me. Uncle
Wiggily, for I do ail the good I can."
Then Jack Frost the little white
winter fairy, flew on. blowing his cold,
but kindly, breath on the leaves of the
trees, scattering them to the ground,
and turning them the most beautiful
colors.
"Jack Frost, eh!" said Uncle Wiggily
as he shivered .even In his warm, fur
coat, and hurried in the hollow stnmp
bungalow. "Jack Frost! Well. r
sorry he heard me say that about aim,
but really. I 'can't like him."
"Nor I." spoke Nurse Jane. "Let us
build a big fire and keep warm."
So they made a roaring fire on tbe
hearth, and sat about it. popping corn,
while the flames roared up the chim
ney. Grandfather Goosey Gander came
over In the evening, and, as he was
going hole, -he said:
"Jack Frost will have plenty to do
loniarnz.
Pimples, scaly itching skin, rashes, burning sensations and Scrofula
denote with unfailing certainty a debilitated, weakened and impure state of
the blood. The trouble may have been in your blood from birth, but no matter
how you were infeeted, you must treat it through the blood. It is a blood
dieease. You must use S. S. S., the standard blood tonic for 50 years, if you
expect certain relief. For purifying the system, nothing is equal to it. The
action of S. S. S. is to cleanse the blood. It soaks through the system direct to
the seat of the trouble acting as an antidote to neutralize the" blood poisons.
It revitalizes the red blood corpuscles, increases the flow so that the blood can
properly perform, its physical work. The dull, sluggish feeling leaves you
the complexion clears up. Even long standing cases respond promptly. But you
must take S. S. S. Drugs and substitutes won't do. Get S. S. S from your
druggist. If yours is a special case and you need expert advice, write to S. S.
S. Co, Atlanta, Ga. Advertisement.
RAILROAD AND AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLES
All trains arrive and CeD&rt from Onion
station, foot of San Francisco street All
arrivals and departures eiven In El Paso or
mountain standard time.
SANTA IX.
For Albnq.csrq.ae, Denver, Chicago. Let
Angeles lv. S:S0 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
From AlbUQuerque, Denver. Chicago. Xos
Aasreles Ar. 10 a. m. and :5S p. m.
EL. PASO A SOrrrHWSXEBN.
(Western DiTision).
Tor Arlxona and Sonora x,v. 2:15 p. n.
and 7.45 p. m.
From Arizona and Sonora Ar. 7:00 a, m.
and 1:40 p. m.
(Eastern Division).
For Ksrsa City, St- Dools and Chicago
Z.V. 1:5K p. m. and 4:15 p. m.
For Tneinncari i.r. 7:30 a. m.
Prom Chicago, St. Lotus and TTntisss Oty
Ar. 6:10 a. m. and ::40 v- m.
From Tncomcarl Ar. 7:20 p. m.
O. H. S. A. AND S. F. TBATNS.
For San Antonio, Nsw Orleans and Wash
Ington Lv. S-.45 a. m. and 10:10 p. m.
From Washington. New Orleans and Ban
Antonio Ar. 5:10 p. m. and 10 p. m.
For Arizona and California Lt. :45 a.
Ba.. 0 p. m. and 10:15 p. xn.
From Arlxona. and Calif ornla Ar. S:ZI
A. ziu 4:30 p. xn. and 10 p. m.
TEXAS PACIFIC.
For Dallas and St. Lotus L.v. :3 a. nu
7:00 p. m.
From St. Irals and Dalits Ar. :4S a.
n. 9:35 p. m.
MEXICAN CENTRAL.
For Aguascalientes and Intermedlats
points Xv. Jnarex at 8 p. m.
FTom Aguascalientes and t&terznediata
polnts Ar. Juarez 7:2fl a. m.
MEXICO NORTH WESTERN.
For Pearson and Intermediate points Lv.
Jnarez Mondays ana Tnnrsaays at s a m.
From Pearson Ar. Jcares p. m. Wed'
needays and Fridays.
BIO SPRINGS. LAMESA. TEX, AUTO LTNB
Leaves Big Springs dally except Sunday at
S.JO . m arriving Lamesa via Eoasn and
Sparenberg; at 12 noon, returning to Big
f?.?1 rame day M8j.ni 33.50 one way.
$6.00 round trip.
Cordin A Smith. Props nig Springs, Tex.
him. The Reds were romnellArf in nnt
up a bond of $I3. to cover his salary,
and the Reds will have to pay if he Is
awarded to Cincinnati.
Marsans Is allowed to loaf at a salary
in the neighborhood of 350 a day. H;
asserted, when he jumped, that he
signed with the St. Louis Fedsfor $12,
oM for three seasons.
The Marsans case is easily the joke
of baseball, and the Joke Is on the fel
lows who will have to pay his salary.
AGGIES DEFEAT FOURTH
FIELD ARTII.i.rRY FT FVFN
State College. X. M.. Oct 18.-One of the I "TeV' "Bd.Ji"eI wlK"r. "he was
closest football rames of the season took round early this evening. We saw
place at Mesllla Park on Saturday afternoon I n,,n- Bur-r-r-r-r-! but it's cold." and
when tbe A. and M. college eleven defeated 1 tbe rabbit gentleman, who had gone
the eleven of tbe Fourth Field Artillery. to the door with Grandpa Goosey,
from Fort Bliss, by a score of 2 to 0. . turned down his long ears around his
..uh! wm i couiemea out tree ! ytMlr A Kft u-onM Tint Mtfh oa11
ntnrday's Games.
Harvard ; Virginia . v
Yale 10: Springfield T. S. .
Princeton 44; Lafayette 3.
Colgate 13: army .
Colorado 38; Kearaska Wesleyan 6.
Chicago 13: Indiana 7.
Illinois 3: Ohio Slate 1.
Minnesota 19: South Dakota, 0. ,
Navy T: Pennsylvania T.
Cornell 41: Bucknell .
Dartmouth SO: Vermont 0.
Brown 3: Williams 9.
Trinity 7: Amherst .
Swarthmore 14: Urslnus 6.
Bowdoln 0: Wesleyan 3.
Georgetown 38, North Carolina s.
Lehigh ?7. Albright 0.
' PennsU-ania State 27: Gettysburg 12
Rutgers 21. Muhlenberg .
Stevens's Technical 7: Havaford 6.
Syracuse 82; Rochester .
Ohio Wesleyan 24: Western Reserve
12.
Iowa 9: Northwestern .
Michigan Aggies it: Carroll .
Nebraska 47: Washburn 0.
Michigan 14; Case 3.
SL Louis 30; Knox 9- ,
Mlsscnri : Oklahoma 24. '
Colorado School of Mines 2; Wyo
ming university .
St. Lawrence 31; Stephens 9.
Washington and Lee 13; Virginia
Poly. -
Sewajtee 7; University of Florida V.
University of Texas ; Rice insti
tute 0.
Baylor S. Trinity .
Kansas State Normal 13; Kansas State
Aggies . '
Kansas 30; Drake 7.
Ceterado Aggies 21: Utah .
Utah Aggies S: Nevada a.
DAILY RECORD
from fouls and only three minor penalties
were inflicted. A retain game Is to be
played at Rio Grande park. El Paso, next
xnontn.
Tbe teams Hnd up as follows:
State College Stampf. Meerscheidt. re.:
Powers (Capt.) rt: Rea. rg: Weddell. c:
Bowman, lg: Qeeeeaberry. Kronlg. It: Ladd.
I; Tattle. Wharton, ob. Kern Rentfrow. rh:
Holt. lh. Heeton, f.
Soldiers Cash, re: Snyder, rt: Bolger. rg:
Green, c. Davidson. Ig: Cooke. It: t'rban. le:
Bangh (Capt.) ob. Hurllhjr. rb; Swing, lh.
Ilopfer. Hosey. f.
Lieut. Leonard. U. S. army, acted as ref
eree: Lieut Reaney. U. a army, umpire: and
coach Ull Lane, ef Las Cruces. bead lines
man. Tbe work of the officials gave very
general satisfaction and was tar above reproach.
And that night Jack Frost spread
Building Permits.
To X E. Neff to build a brick bungalow
at California and Los Angeles streets; eetl-
I mated coat its.
1 To A. R. Whitfield, la tjsald a frame car
at 209 Alamogoro street; estimated ,
BUENA VISTA-OWEGO STAGE LINE
Round trip dally (except Sunday) one way
3L2S. Meet all Orient trains at Oweto.
. C. Marshall. Owner.
TCLAROSA-MESCALERO
Auto leaves Tnlarosa for Mesvalero dally.
13 round trip; fare to Alamogordo 12.
D. W. Shoemaker Anto Line,
Tnlarosa. 11. M.
SILVER CITT MOGOLLON STAGE LTNE.
One Way 37.50: Round Trip 815.00.
Stanley Steamer. 12 Passenger Car.
Wire or write for reservation.
Right years experience Mogollon Road.
Frank Townsend,
P. O. Box 103 Phone 118.
SUver City
LAS CRUCES ACTO LINE.
FOR MESILLA VALLEY POINTS.
Leaves Herald office each week day at
2.15 p. m. Fares from El Paso to
Canntlllo J .75
Anthony LOO
'rtno .................. L25
. uo ............ ,......, 1,50
Meqnlta ............................. L7S
Mesllla Park 3.00
Lat Cruces j.00
Leaves Las Cruces Drug Co. for El Paso
at 5 p. m. dally
TOUGH TRIPS TAKEN
ON "HIGH" TO SPRINGS
Conirntalatlons are still being ( howreJ
on X M. Veazey for the fin ahowlog made
by his Maxwell automobile In reaching Drip
ploc Springs for the recent picnic of The
Herald employes without trouble of any
kind. Mr. Veazey's car being the only tear
ing car to make the trip wtthoat mlobap ox
any kind The two International track made
the stiff grades safely but several touring
cars came to grief.
Mr Veazey's Maxwell carried five persons
and took a steady grade of over 30 per cent
through the sand "without any trouble The
ascent was made at night and only tbe
roaduay was il lamina ted by the headlights.
On the return trip, the driver had a chance
to see just what sort of a road he had gone
over In the dark and bis passengers declare
that he was a lot slower coming down
than he was going np The trip to the
springs was taken at an average speed of
26 miles an hoar on hlch bat when Mr
Veazey saw the narrow road and deep
canyons he decided that IS miles an hour
was last enough in daylight and wondered
how they 'had escaped disaster on tbe
night trip.
ad i ...
nts icy Hands over tbe woods of am- east IIS.
mal land and made even the trees To EI Paso Ire and Metal com piny, to
shiver. In the morninx the sroand I take down balcony at 2ot-2S Mills street.
was white with what looked IHce snow. I ertlmated cost JKS.
though lt was only frost. And some I , ltd .
little brooks had a thin film of i over ' Northwest corner of Msrtines and Ha mil -imie
nrooKS naa a mm rum or ice over . ton stetoUimad view Realty company to
ty w wa . . - Joe Jackson, lots It and 1C. bfeck , Grand
I m glad we brought rn my plants." j view addition; consideration ; October
said Nurse Jane. : n jjis.
"So am I." said Uncle AViggHy. I South side of Mbsoort street, between
After breakfast, when the son rose Newman and Austin streets James u. Mc
higher. It grew warmer, and tbe white I Nary and Tom B. Newman to K. M. "Wbit-
frot melt tw. Jack Pro.r nt auer. lot ana east qnaner hh. . wk
m
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through the warm, middle part of the
day. but he. was always ready to come
out at eveniRjr.
That afternoon Uncle Wiggily went
to the store for Nurse Jane Fuxzy Wuz
zy. The muskrat lady wanted some
maple sugar for the pancakes she was
going to bake tbe rabbit gentleman
next morning.
"Well Jack Frost will be around
again tonight," thought Uncle Wig
gily. as he hurried on toward his hol
low stump bunglow. "Bur-r-r-r! But
Fntaklln Helrhu addition: SI sad other con
sideratlons. October It. IMS.
East side ef Bstrella street, between Ma-
ife to J. O. Bands, lots S and . Mock JJ. I XATJVTOTVr STX
KMt Rl Pmso addition II and other eon- w" , wmIi
EL PASO OVERLAND AUTO CO.
Overland Automobiles and Willys Trucks
120-122 SAN FRANCISCO STEEET. PHONE 170.
Oakland Auto Sales Co.
FACTORY DISTRIBUTORS
407-489-111 Myrtle Avenne-
A. IL ELMORE. Mgr. Tel 1143
FISK RED TOP NON-SKIDS FOR FORDS, 5,000 MILE GUARANTEE
WESTERN MOTOR SUPPLY CO.
Phone 528. 318 San Francisco St.
and
ijm
El Paso Auto Sales Co.
TUB, Six
ot na
A Southwestern Garage.
11G X. Kansas St.
W. II. MARSH. MGR.
Phone 66CG
sidorations: Mir II. IMS.
Between Xauwald and Pierce and Lowsv
stein and Blanenard streets ueorge
' Saner and wife to D Storms, block ltj. Al
exander addition; consideration 79; Sep
tember . 11S. . . -
t?SQiJ2LZFL?Z&il THE NEW ORDINANCE EFFECTING HEADLIGHTS OF AUTOMOBILES
W. L Foxworth. trustees, to Laura R. Bara-
Nothin? so delicious as Sulzberger's
Majestic Ham and Bacon. "Dellciously
rMfferent" prepared in your favorite
way. Adr.
ROSViXLL-ALAMOGORDO PASSENGER
AND EXTKESS LINE.
Automobiles leave Alamogordo for Ros
well at T 3 a, in- arrive at Ho.-weU at 5:30
p. M. Testbound automobiles leave Ros
welt for Alamogordo at 7 08 A. M. Arrive
a' Alaxnorordo at 4:15 P. M. Stops are
made st tho foUowlcc points.
Picacbo. Tisnie. Hondo, San Patricio. Glen
Coe. White Mt. Inn, Meseslero. Best. Tnla
rosa, La Luz.
Torooxh fare one way Jit. 00. Interme
diate points Sc per mile. Twenty-five pounds
barg-ace carried free. Excess lc per pound.
Telephone No. 22 or No 56 Roswell: 41
or 43 Alamofi-ordo.
Bert Browning GsnL Mgr.
Roswell. New liexlco.
MARFA-FORT DAVIS AUTO HALL LINE.
Leaves Fort Davis daily and Sundays S a. ra.
Leaves Marfa. ........... ....2 n m.
One way. SZ.10: round trip, $4.00.
G. W. Darts, Prop.
HICKOE HOTEL AND ACTO LINE.
Engle. N. IL
Trips to Elephant Bntto and Palomaa
eprtnes. Cars meet all trains.
LAKE VALLEY. niLLSBORO AND KING
STON AUTO STAGE AND EXPRESS LINE
Meets all trains at Lake Valley.
tVlre at my expense for special trips any
where at any time. Rates reasonable.
r. W. MISTER,
Hlllsboro. N. M.
BUENA VISTA-GRAND PALLS AUTO LINE
Round trip daily (except 8nnday) oss way
S2.04. Will eo anrxhere. any time.
J. W. Brown. Owner.
GLOBE TO PROENTX.
Eight hours. Via Roosevelt dam. Leaves
Dominion hotel. Globe, dally. 8:10 a. m.
Arrive Phoenix 4:10 p. m. Fare SIS. Make
reser'nn in advance.
Gila Valley Anto Stage Line. Globe. Ariz,
ROSIVELL-CABdZOZO MAIL IJNE.
Passenger service leaving both Ronrtll
and Carrlzczo daily and Sunday at S a. m.
for Plcacho. Tlnnle. Hondo. Lincoln. Ft.
Stanton. Capltan and NogaL
Through fare one way. SS.40. Interme
diate points at Sc per mile. Baggage car
ried up to 17S ponnds. SO pounds free.
Excess at lc per pound.
Boswell Anto Co.
Owners and Operators.
COAL WOOD
AND KINDLING.
HEID BROTHERS
Phone 35 and 30.
Corner Texas and Dallas Sis.
I do not like that chilly chant" And I i- west half of let 1 and all of lots 27
again the rabbit gentleman wrapped , and 2S. Mock II. Manhattan Heights addl-
his ears, like a fur tippet, about his j tlon
nedc and sKipped on. lie leaped across i
a little brook, from which the sun had
melted the fee. and was lust climbing
over a log, when, all at once, some
thing jumped on him from behind his
back.
"Ah. ha! At last I have your cried
a voice.
Something splashed into the waters of
the little brook, splattering the drops
on tbe log. and Uncle wiggily found
consideration I1IH. October 12. MIS.
Lots In Manhattan Heights Charles Davis
to D. T. Walt, lots 2. 4. S. . 7. 17. II. 1
and 1. block If. Manhattan Heights addi
tion: consideration See. October S. HIS.
Lot la Kern Place addition E. O. Proctor
. to Alice V. Oradorfr. lot 1. mock it. Jvern
1 Pluw addition: consideration ISO. October
S. ui;.
Land in Caaatillo grant Z. T. White and
O. H. Baum. to John H. Grant and D. T.
White e.4 acres in Camitillo grant, on
east aide of East La Union Irrigation ditch
NOW IN EFFECT.
We will convert them to comply by out new process for Jl 9 per pair
4TinV II. TRI.ECIIAPnONE VNVJ SUPPLY CO.
W B. Glardon. Mgr. 17 Mills Street.
Phone
"IK! l . Ja , ck- !. .uUa .lUn
himself held fast in the paws of ther J, ISeuSer 12 SlS. "" ""--
.tntomoblie urrnfa.
bad. old. fuzzy fox.
"Now I have you!" the fox said.
"Ah. ha!"
"Ski you have." spoke Uncle Wiggily
sorrowfully. "What are you going to
do with me?"
"Wait until I xet my breath and I'll
tell you," answered the fox. Then, still
keeping hold of Uncle Wiggily. the
fox sat down on the log right into
"the water he had splashed on the log
sat the fox. lie dtdn t mind a lime
wetness.
"Well, now I have my breath." said
the fox. "I guess I'll take ou off to
my den I need your
"Oh. please don't!" begged the rab
bit uncle.
"Yes. I shall," snarled the fox. "Here
we go!" He tried to get up from the
log where he had sat in the water, but
he could not he was held fast.
"Why why! What does this raeanT'
barked tbe fox. "I I'm frosen fast to
AUTOS FOR HIRE
Hotel Del Rio.
BLACK RANGE AUTO STAGE AND
EXPRESS LINK.
Passenger service. leaving Ergla and
Chloride daily except Sunday, at 7 a. ra. for
Elephant Butte. Cuchlllo. Willow Springs,
and Falrrtew Through faro one wty. 14;
Intermedials points. 10c per mile Bag
gage carried SO pounds free, excess 3
cents per pound.
EL PASO-LA MESA ACTO LINE.
UPPER VALLET. WEST SIDE.
HERALD DELIVERY.
Leaves Herald office each week dav at
4-M p. m. Fares from El Paso to tho fcl
lowing points are as follows:
Canntlllo ......2 .75
La Union store LOO
Chamherlno LIS
Ls llssa .... ..... .......... L0
Car lea-res La Mesa for El Paso at 2 a. m,
dally Te!epnor J; Ln. Ma. N. It
K- T. Hewitt.
Ion't wait
till you are
ready to take
the treatment
5 ou have
possibly been
putting off for
such a long
time, come up
and let's talk
it over. It is
possible your
mode of life is
all that le at
fault. Ana
remember If
you do need
treatment we
will meet you
half way and
make lt easy
for you to see
your way clear to a cure. He
member our one dollar offer.
Call for
DR. BRONSON,
with
German-American Doctors
SOS'i Mesa.
lv Afiy
1IQIXOW TILE SILO,
3pr.al des.cn. hard burnt Tfle laid with
remont mortar with heavy relaforeinff
iron, cast Iron doors and door iramc
assure cood. reasoaabJ priced SHo. All
are manufactured In El Paso. Look: orer
different makes; compare prices, yon can
readily decide
CURTIS CO.
SHo Builder and Oeneral Machine A tent.
5S2 First National Bank Bids.
EL PASO THE PASS
Don't pass
Keevil's
If Yon Wanl the
BEST DUTCH LUNCHES,
BUDWEISER AND LEMP'S
STANDARD
529 N. Stanton Phone 105
tCIO Francisco Arroyo.
Protoa limoosfae.
411 Mrs. P. Jobcs. 2M1 Nations are
nue; five passenger Ford.
4S1Z B. R. Blaakeiwhlp. ISIS North
Campbell street, five en as eager Chandler.
4C1I Rogers Famltnre company. 110
North Stanton street. Ford truck.
4(14 Jose M. Romero. 222 Chihuahua
street: seven passenger Hudson.
415 Jose M. Romero. 222 Chihuahua
street: fle passenger Chalmers.
41 G. Vlicarrm. 2S1S Montana street.
Ilodsoa roadster.
417 j. F. Allison. 1212 East Donlerard.
Reo track.
4(12 N. R. Northcutt. 41S East California
street, fire passenger Ford.
4(12 J. A Taboo, Hi Mansana street.
five passenger Ford.
4S2e W. E. Prosser. Fort Bliss: fle pass
enger Reo.
4(21 Bea Bustamante, M4 Fourth street.
American.
422 J. P. O'Connor. Sl Upson arenue:
seven passenger. Boick.
4(22 Eaeoolel Valdes. M2 East Missouri
street; seven passenger Chalmers.
Uccnoed to Wed.
Geronlme Garcia to Sraestlna Rodriguez.
Jesse Rhodes to Mary Hoefle.
Juan Armendarlx to Maria Fuentes.
Deaths.
Maria Barragan. 712 Canal street. October
IS. aged 10 months; bartal Concordia ceme
tery. October 1(.
Petra Pores Marques. 91( South Hills
street. October IS. aged 5 months, burial
Concordia cemetery October II.
Heeto Gutierrez. Pera street. October IS. '
aged 11 months; burial Concordia cemetery I
October 17. I
Cruz Garcia. 40 U South SI Paso street.
October 1(. aged five years: burial Concor
dia cemetery October 14.
Beatrix Ollraa do Scott. SIS South Oebea
I street. October IS. aged 20 years: burial
Concordia cemetery October 1C.
Frederick G. Iloase. lilt East Missouri
street. October IS, sged S7 years: bartal
Evergreen cemetery October 17.
Henry L. CapeU, local hospital. October 14.
i aged (( years; burial Coacordta cemetery
J October 17.
I TUrthn Glrla.
To Mrs. Gaadarape Martinez. ltS Ore
gon street, October is
I To Mrs. Josemarta Moronda 1MX Leon
1 street. October 12
I To Mrs. Marcial Tretano (OS North Vir
ginia street, October 1
I Illrth nays.
To Mr R TV. Miller. 1107 EI Paso street
OototH-r lo
To Mrs tlregorlo Meya 4 Stevens street
Oi tuber 12
To Mr Tomn Cnrtim 41 Si Vram
HOME AUTO SERVICE
AIL NEW CARS
5 Passenger Cars $1.50 Per Hour;
PHONE 2379
3I8 MESA
Short Trips 25c and Up;
7 Passenger Cars $2.00 Per Honr
NEGLECT
MORE DANGEROUS
THAN DISEASE
rW'd
There is nothing in the world more dangerous
than NEGLECT. Trace the cause of misfortune
and ou find, that somewhere, neglect has hail
a part. It la usually throupsh neglect that small
ailments come, and by more neglect they grow
serious, undermine the constitution and reach an
incurable stage. Do NOT NEGLECT YOUR
SELF IF TOC ARE ILL MT MODERN METH
ODS OF TREATMENT OFFER Tol' A SPEED!
RELIEF, if your case "has not gone too far.
PILES
I use for this common ailment, the famous
PENN INFILTRATION SYSTEM lt is the ore
VBSuLlTKLY SL'RE CURE for PILES. 1 have not hail a SINGLE
FAILURE since I adopted this method and this can be substantiated an
time ou desire by hundreds of patients who have been cured Not
onl is this method a positive euro for Piles but it does anav with the
necessity of an operation, the high fees, and detention from our work
1 also treat successfully RUPTURE. VARICOCELE. HYDROCELE
and OBSTRUCTIONS without an open operation or tedious delay
NERVOUS DEBILITY. BLOOD POISON AILMENTS of the KID
NEYS and BLADDER and CHRONIC CONDITIONS are also embraced
in my specialty and under my up to date. DIRECT methods, a. CURE
can be effected in almost every case.
CONSULTATION FREE.
Office hours. 9 a. ra. to 7 p. m. Sundays. 1 0 to 1 only.
DR. KETCHERSID
THE INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIST.
Established nine vears
?ecund Floor llamiuett DIlw 112 Mca ATts. EL 1!0. TKX VS.
ffSLIlt i!
m The El Paso Herald Are
AN INVESTMENT
NOT or, EXPERIMENT

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