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EL PASO HERALD
A Serial Of East and West. The Plotters i Cop4ickt. 1IU, Kir Company.) flu Virginia Tahuncl Van dt Waia. Jingle Jones ByF. Opper Elizabeth Comes to the Point and Confesses to John But ler That She Is Not the Cousin of the Chapms. fHERE was an 1 after John Butler bad made hie re - .i-k Elizabeth fait she most speak. I I wag Just talking to poor old Talak out there.-' Indicating the front ..arch. "He has looked queerer than ever since his doc tvsis killed. I won der what's going on In that crazy rain of his?" ate has been practically useless for ' past week or two or so Chapln ' Butler remarked. "I heard him ' ' II Talak he was going to discharge m as soon as it suited his conven 38 to do so. If the poor fellow had (Continued from Thursday's Xlerald.) 3XIIL awkward silence, room Is never opened for anything ex cept state affairs such as weddings and funerals, I suppose. "X do not know that they have ever had either of those functions here," Elizabeth strove to speak lightly. "I wonder why the Chapln never use this room. It is opened once in a lone while, swept and dusted and then shut up tight again. However, on a day like this the close air is so much cooler than that outside that it feels good." She had followed her companion in to the big parlor, and now seated her self In the corner of a black horse hair sofa. The man drew a air op posite and sat down. I remember this furniture as long ! T tnseenoush he would leave, anyway. n5JLCBn rememoer anyming, sne , .1 urnose e knows that, with his she was tslklng against time. In the -..ffic-eprr. he could hardly get an- j hope of calming her beating heart, .-cr Job. .... I But her plan did not have the de- ,f -. i1?"1 "cla.lnl?l na,B-slred result, for John's next speech J: """ """"" set ner puises to racing mauir. -"o. And that is why he hollies the ? ., r wretch, and threatens him. I hate ralak myself but I hate still more to any helpless creature taken ad "tage of." ..e paused, remembering that the .n of whom she nis saving- such "er things was supposed to be the o use in iTetenmnc "Have the Chapln always lived here , I mean, were they here when Dr. : Wade's people used to spend their i summers on this farm?" i She shook her head. "I don't think ! so" she stammered. "But of course a to i i u c i . . - - . . . . - - band of her cousin. But Butler L? ?l rememoer 'tne ume wnen me d.r -not seem astonished at her ve-,niS"13 were n"tt . v , . T.e-ice. I There was nothing to be gained by i aSree with you entirely." he said Vl?LfaX,wner,;,, SiBiTUI.r u.eily. And I sympathize with your at he was " relative of isrnannn inn m f nMrn a nan, v hat Mr. Chapln w as saying to you 7 t want tell you." she began, the hall I understand that he moistening her lips with her tongue.! juts to buy this farm " ' Butler either did not hear her or . Yes-' Elizebeth began. ! ?"hed to W distressing rev- , Then she stopped again, horribly ela"on- , . . . . . ' -barrassed. Butler must have heard ! ."Ton know Dr. Wade." lie all r acknowledge that she had had a fonip"' "? ?on wiu Interested to ter from Wade. He also must I J8 that he is engaged to ray sister. .. bv this time that Douglas was ' I a letter from Alice and one from ,i.a;ed"to Alicia Butler. , mT ?.her, a 'w fso- . There is something I must tell' she sald suddenly. I know she said abruptly. Her breath K, t. .,., astonished. "Why, it is not announced yet. Surely Wade has not" "Tee." she Interrupted, "he has written me of It. He felt that I had a right to know abont it. Oh. Mr. Butler didn't Clifford Chapln tell you about Douglas and meT" Thonv " , ..n. i tier ouestion was loiiowea or a -s Toward the head of the stairs. She silence so long that she was fright leared that Ajdob Chapin might be , ned. 1 Mening to the conversation between' , muL tsU 3? ? !Tr ,sne ha,r" t he tv. o boarders. , rlea on- I am not the Chapin's cousin. Hutler saw the glsoce and inter-' . , . ... , . ,t eorrestlv I know that!" the man's voice was V ou com into the parlor," he hoarse. "I nave known that for some il,-- rf. - We can talk more unre-.dayj. .-.el" I is at least cool and com- Clifford Chapin told your she 1 rta. :e in N r m spite, with an ef- "ked eagerly. "He told yon every- n si a Fm.le. of the fact that the ; thing?" : "Everything?" Butler repeated dully, "lou mean "About Douglas and me and our fiSSWSffSlySsffiKft She stopped appalled by the change .a. ame fast. The most casual observer .ild not fail to see that she was ply agitated. T.,cre is nothing that you must tell ri f he corrected gravely. "What's I do not want to hear anything n iou do not really want to confide I-' that swept over his face. Even in dim J j light she could see how white he uaic "Don't" he said sharply, springing JINGLE JONES. ffrtE DAY 15 6RArlt. THE AIR 15 PE' I . .. kuie. m-JtiC PI ArT?) aT a PA5H! - IT-5 FULL OF AND btrftun-prLrnn. as RojMDfHE Hotel GRourips we STR.AY.V MHfALTU SET-jKmR EVERYDAY. (ife poos vho put-That FcimtaiK IhereM 5H0ULE HAVE Wb PUNCHED, PEOAREVj l to his feet and stacdine: above her. "Don't tell xnel 1 did not believe it then, and by heaven I won't believe it now!" To Be Continued. Milk For Infants & Invalids Ko Cooiiar A Nntritioua Diet for All Ages Quick Lunch at Home or Office voId Imitations and Sabititntei IIUD CROSS HAS VAUKLIVCRED CHECKS. The Home Service section of the Red Cress has allotment checks for Mrs. Nannie Clashe. :18 West Mis souri street, Annie May Brawler, 2M Hills street and Vessie Lee Kilburn. 3S2a Mountain avenue, which have not been delivered. These checks will be returned to Washington. D. C- on August 19, if they are not called tor betore mat date, nv 3irs. s. it. Sutherland, in charge of the work of handling undelivered checks. Kabifoble Kabaret ORtfXH. 11. IsttruOouI Fstsn Stnlee. be-XKOttn4 U. s. rldt OBo. QWX X ACCEPT BtPEMSWS PRESEKTiS FRCM. & ,VJKN 3 MoT &NGSD TO "? Oi -'IP I I Beauty Chats By Edna Kent Forbes Care of the Hair. Dry with old soft towels. oat' 1 for the hair nrooerlr. as there are 1 n."r.r -EXTRA- The ttlegram jnst received from the main office of the Del Norte Petroleum Company announc ing that after August 28th, no stock will be sold at par. This decision was reached because of the development around the holdings of the company has so greatly enhanced the value of the properties that the company finds it most raise the price to protect those who have already pur chased stock. THERE are i Am Uaunir. th rmIh itmilv. Inat for a heads of hair. What will make one monient t your hair doesn't need woman's locks grow thick and luiur- I special treatment. Just enough to iant. will be useless for her sister. ' bring up the blood w stimulate the . . , , roots of the hair. Brush thoroughly The tonic good for one will have no eTery day elther morning or night, effect upon another. One woman can but preferably at night. Brushing Is stand a hair dye. another will find it j no general panacea, but it does clean has no effect on her at all. But there ' are certain fundamental rules which apply to practically every case. The first rule is cleanliness. A clean scalp will throw off disease, a j dirty one will attract it. And there ! are several definitions of cleanliness Some say to wrsh the hair weekly. ' others only once in several months, Now, from the obseration of man j very good doctors and from m own ! experience in this work. I ha e founu that the safe rule is to have the bead i shampooed once in three weeks, anil , to keep it well brushed between times to remove sonace ausc uuy nair win iD4UMi vura u.j Dwwruv ..... " i times, dry hair will not. Even a thin head of hair is thick enoueh to keep actual dirt from the scalp, and the strands or hair can be cieanea brushing, especially if you end up by ; putting aosorDent cotton over me brush to "polish" the hair. Xever use a strong soap, use tar. castile or cocoanut oil soap, and make ' into a shampoo by melting it withi enough hot water to give a liquid. Al- ways soap the hair at least twice, the first loosens the dirt and oil. the sec ond makes the cleansing thorough Then rinse and rinse and rinse till every bit of soap is out. Running hot water is best. If you cannot have this, then at least five or sir basins of water, three hot, two or three cool and A I iVip O' Cheer ! Each Day O' The Year I fly JOHS KBSDRICK BANGS. 1 PEARLS. T'M a diver, and each day n I . Ua &nn T Innsn 1U W 11 mui mo - Seeking 'neath the spume and spray n - , hlli man Tn 11 Wf lICSBtirn in .. plunge. Here Is hoping when at night On my craft my sails I furl I shall find I've brought to light Life to beautify a PEARL! Pearl of hope or sympathy; Ti nf wiulnm nearl of song I care little what It be If to beauty it oeiong. (Copyright. 1S1. by the MeClure Newspaper Syndicate.) Fill Out With Pencil ITS iL. am ,5 .18 s 5 o V.4I ) 35 44- i. Jt. IF THIN, RUN-DOWN OR NERVOUS, TRY PHOSPHATE Nothing Like rial- Bitro-Pho-phate to Pnt on Firm. Healthy Flesh and to Increase Strength. Vigor and Xerve Force. When one stops to consider the hostrpt thin people who are searching conW.nally for some method by which they may Increase their flesh to normal proportions by the filling out of ugly hollows, the rounding off of protruding angles with the attend ant bloom of health and attractive ness, it is no wonder that many and varied suggestions along this line au pear from time to time in public print. While excessive thinness might be .. . . anrf KTt nt t causes In different indlvldnate it Is a well known raci mat ivn w, sufficient phosphorous In the human system is very largely responsible for this condition Experiments on hu mans and animals by many scientists have demonstrated beyond ouestion of doubt that a body deficient In phos phorous becomes nervous, sicklv and thin. A noted author and professor in his book. Chemistry and Food Nu trition. published in 118. says: that the amount of phos phorus required for the normal nutri tion of man is seriously underesti mated In many of our standard text becks." It seems to be well established that this deficiency In phosphorous -nay now be met by the use of an organic phoapebate known throughout English speaking countries as Bltro-Phosphate Throusrh the assimilation of this phosphate by the nerve tissue the phosphoric content when absorbed In the amount normally required by na ture soon produces a welcome change In our body and mind. Nerve ten sion disappears, vigor and strength replace weakness and lack of energy, and the whole body soon loses Its ugly hollow and abrupt angles, be coming enveloped In a glow of per fect health and beauty and the will and strength to be up and doing. CAUTION While Bitro-Phosphate is unsurpassed for the relief of nerv ousness, general debility, etc, those .taking it who do not desire to pnt on flesh should use extra care in avoid ing fat-producing foods. Oar oM!er alway out plump, rosy-cheeked Klrl At the seMsItlr, too. the p'amp, ireH ronnded flsnre lm most admired. Don't Locate In El Paso Have yon ever had a chance to boy stock In a company with SIX holdings In the Desde mou field with one FA Mor producer nnd JAM-UP. within a few feet of sueh noted Cl'SIICnS as the LIZZIE QUEEX 1100 barrels dally CATrLEIinjfS 800 barrels dally DABNET 3000 barrels datly MOOUEMAX 60 barrels dally SOUTHLAND TERRELL DIKE EPPLHU and many others. The promoters and schemers advised us against opening Western offices here. They said that the people of the Southwest were thrbugh buying oil stocks. But we've opened our offices and from the amount of orders received the people aren't through buying oil stock; REAL OH. STOCKS, we mean. Naturally enough, the professional promoter dislikes to have a legitimate oil company of fered in competition to their promotion schemes and the promoters well, they like BIG cpmmissions. There's no big commissions to be paid for selling Del Norte stock. There's only one way to place your order, DIRECT to the company or through one" of its AUTHORIZED district representatives. And the reason there's no big commissions to be paid the reason the pro moters advised us not to locate here, and the reason the schemers pre ferred that we go some place else is BECAUSE PRACTICALLY EV ERY PENNY (except for these ads.) PAID FOR STOCK GOES INTO THE TREASURY OF THE COilPANY for development and produc tion TO EARN MONEY FOR THE STOCKHOLDERS. Every dollar paid for Del Norte stock buys REAL TANGIBLE assets buys an interest in a company with PRODUCTION now, enough to pay almost THIRTY percent yearly dividends in its present condition. ORDER TODAY Hedge on your other investments buy in a real company wnere all eje. menu of chance have been eliminated where you are assured of a good dividend and where all the chances for BIG RETURNS are better than in the company with the hazardous risL But make up your mind quick this stock is selling fast and development is progressing rapidly any day may see DEL NORTE vithdrawn from the market Del Norte Petroleum Company Sheppard Refuses To Meet Joe Bailey In Debate In Texas Washington. D. C Aug. 15. Sena tor Morris Sheppard will be unable to meet former senator Joseph Bailey in Joint debate in Texas on the league of nations, senator Sheppard an nounced toda). Invitations for Shep pard to meet Bailey on the stump have been arriving in Washington by wire for the past week. "It is imposlble for me to leave Washington at this time to debate with anybody in Texas, though 1 i !l mar' rm 4. Just look who's here! Draw from 1 to 3 "and so on to the end. nourisliingr OLD TRAILS BODY MEETS. Ta range. Colo, Ang. 15. The an nual convention of the National Old Trails association will begin here this afternoon. Standish L. Mitchell, of Los Angeles, will preside in the place of president J. It- Lowe, who was called east on business. Many good roads enthusiasts are expected to attend. LOSES WATCH AXD MO.VGT. F. P. Rogers reported to the poice Friday that JSS in money and an ex pensive watch had been stolen from his room in a local hotel some time during the night. STHMA There is no "cure but relief is often brought by 2& VICE'S -YOUR B0DYGUARD"-30f.60Mt20 Results From Herald Ada OLIVE OIL "always fresh" Prescribed by Physicians for Body-building Sold Everywhere CIS- O- Ise. PIPE LINES AND REFINERIES If you would have PIPE LINES and REFINERIES, tfaemdo your part to get them. The first step is to de velop oil m this territory. Geologists claim BIG OIL is in the northern end of Tularosa Basin let us get busy awl find it. SOUTHWESTERN-TULA-ROSA BASIN OIL & REFINING CO. points the way. STOCK PAR VALUE $1.00 ' GET A BLOCK NOW GEO. H. POUND & CO. (UXESCORPORATED) Investment Bankers 108 Sheldon St. Phone 1314 EL PASO, TEXAS. 'The Next Bi Oil Field' X tcrr mtnntc-a dally attention la all that U required. the hair and It sometimes stimulates the scalp. Questions and Anflirera. i Margaret A. Use a flesh buUdinjc cream. My formula for fine cold; cream Is very good ana it aoesn i grow hatr. Tou can use this cold cream maesaee and an Ice rub every would like to do so" aald senator 1 W " TO wisn. u viu w very 5TOU Sheppard. "I can perform much morel for gagging muscles. important services to tne state oy re- i maining here while the high cost of j living and the league of nilions are! under consideration. I do not see how it would be of any advantage tot iciits iui me tu uicic iu ucimiv 'any question. Therefore. I shall re jmain here attending to my congres ! sioiial dutie. as I plainly should do." HogwallowLocals Br DU.NK BOTTS. OF.. TEXAS. Capital $500,000. Shares $10 Par. L. A. YOTJPE, Western Eepresentative. 102 Herald Bldg. Phone 2476. El Paso, Texas- Dei Norte Petroleum Co El Paso. Texas Enclosed find toi sharei of the capital stock of THE DEL NORTF PETROLEUM CO, of Texas, at car value J10 a share. Same belnir fully paid and nonassessable. In case of oversubscription you are to return my money. Signed YAM SIMS was arrested in church last Sunday for allowing Ms male to bray too loud while the preacher was talking. The conductor oi lie Tickville rail road has reminded the traveling pnblic that there is not any use in being in such a big hurry to get off the train when it stops at the depot, as it stands there for several honrs anyway, while the engineer eats. Tobe Moseley reads where a man is again trying to send a message to iMars. Down here we barely can get central. Lift off Corns! Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone costs only a few cents. With your flnsers! Tou can lift off any hard corn, soft corn, or corn be tween the toes, and the hard skin calluses from bottom of feet. A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs little at any drux store: apply a few drops uoon the corn or callus. In. stantlv It stops hurtln- then short'y you lift that bothersome corn or callus rlpht off. root and all. without one bit of oain or soreness. Truly No hnmbupr' Doctor Veils How To Strengthen Eyesight el pa: Officers: President W. H. LORETZ. Vice-President. J. L. STEWART. Sec'y-Treas. J. H. GRANT. Directors: h. b. Mcdowell, j. o. crockett, f. n. brown. sr. Geologist: F. W. SNYDER IF OIL IS DISCOVERED in tke Tularosa Basil. EI Paso will be a cky of SKYSCRAP ERS AND SMOKESTACKS. Our popu lation will double over night and our surrouodiag country w3I be studded with oil wells and in every direction you will see a NET-WORK OF PIPE LINES running into the dozens of mammoth RE FINERIES which will spring up in EL PASO. Every loyal EI Pasoan and resident of the South west should be wilting to take a chance with $100 or $200 to bring about the conditions described above. BUY SOUTHWESTERN-TULA-ROSA BASIN OIL & REFINING COM PANY STOCK AT $1.00 AND HELP YOUR OWN TERRITORY. WRITE FOR CIRCULAR cKlnf. Irrhbf. tmrnlnx. woA-ribeJ. tf ere. Rod the doctor' full auteraest looa n sppctt h this in per. Bm-Op it oLi tad rtcca headed evoTwbers hi DruxxUta. TULAROSA BAi OIL & REFINING (NO STOCKHOLDERS' LIABILITY). 108 ShelJon Si. EL PASO. TEXAS "Help Develop the Soulhwesl"- Phme 1314.