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PAGE TWO.
"GOOD INDIAN"
By B. M. Bower.
Copyright, 1912, by Little, Brown
* Co.
(Ooatlnued from our l»-i Issue.)
"Youshot—"
"Baumberger. I said it."
"Youll hang for that," Stan
lay stated impersonally, without
moving.
Oood Indian smiled, but It only
made his face more ominous.
"Well, they can't hang a man
more than once. I'll sec this
ranch cleaned up while I'm about
It. I'd just as soon," he added
composedly, "be hanged for nine
man as for one."
Stanley sat on bis haunches
and regarded him unwinkingly
for so long that Phoebe's nerves
took a panic and she drew Evad
na away from the place.
"I believe, by heck, you
woulil'" said Stanley at last.
"How'd you find out Haumberger
wu back vii this deal?'' he asked
curiously.
Oood Indian's shoulders went
Of a little.
"I knew, and that's sufficient.
Th* Mr iii line is down past the
Point o' Rocks. After sundown
this ranch is going to hold the
Harts and their friends —and no
one else. Tell that to your pals,
unless you've got a grudge against
them!"
Stanley watched Good Indian
turn his back and walk away.
Mian Georgie etood where she was
until she saw that Stanley did not
intend to shoot Good Indian in
the luck, as he might have done
easily enough, and followed so
quickly that she soon came up
with him.
Good Indian turned at the
rustling of the skirts immediate
ly behind him, and looked down
at her somberly. Then she caught
alght of something she was car
rying in her hand, and he gave a
Hhorl laugh.
"What are you doing with that
thing " he asked peremptorily.
Miss Georgie blushed very red,
and slid the thing into her pocket.
"Well, every little helps." she
retorted, with a miserable attempt
at her old hreeziness of manner.
"I Mtoi'Kht for a minute I'd have
to slioot that man Stanley—when
you turned your back on him."
Good Indian stopped, looked at
her ((nearly, and went on again
without saying a word.
CHAPTER X.
"When the Sun <;<>«* Away"
1 "I wish." said Phoebe, putting
her two hands on Miss Georgie's
shoulders at the gate and looking
op at her with haggard eyes,
"you'd see what you can do with
'Vadnie. The poor child's near
cruy: she am's used to seeing
such things happen—"
"Where is Bhe?" Good Indian
asked tersely, and was answered
Immediately by the sound of sob
bing on the east porch. The three
went together, but It was Grant
who reached here firet.
"Don't cry. Goldilocks," he
said tenderly, bending over her.
"It'g all right now. There Isn't
going to be any more—"
"Oh! Don't touch me!" She
■prmng up and backed from him,
horror plain in her wide eyes.
"Make him keep away, Aunt
Phoebe!"
Good Indian straightened, and
■tood perfectly still, looking at
her in a Btunned. incredulous
w«y.
"Chicken, don't be silly!" Miss
Oeoncie's sane tones were like a
treath of clean air. "You've simp
ly gone all to pieces. I know
what nerves can do to a woman—
I'»e had 'em myself. Grant isn't
going to bite you and you're not
afraid of him. You're proud of
him, and yon know it. He's acted
the man, chicken —the man we
knew he was. all along. So pull
yourself together, and let's not
have any nonsense."
"He—killed a man 1 I saw him
do It. And he's going to kill some
more. I might have known he was
like that. Only he can be so nice
when he wants to be—and I for
got about the Indian in bim—and
then he killed Mr. Baumberger!
He's lying out there now: I'd
rather die than let him—"
Miss Georgie clapped a hand
over her mouth, and stopped her.
Also she gripped her by the shoul
der indignantly.
" 'Vartna Ramsey, I'm ashamed
Of you!" she cried furiously. "For
Hearen's sake, Grant, go on off
•ome where and wait till eh* set
tin* down. She doesn't know
what she's saying—if she did, she
wouldn't he saying it. You go on,
and let me handle her alone."
She pushed Evadna before her
Into the kitohen, waited until
Phoebe had followed, and then
clotted the door jrently and de
oUlvely upon Grant.
"We'd better take her to her
Hotter Than Sahara-Right In U.S.
WASHINGTON, D. C, July at.
—In Death Valley, Cal., there Is a
city hotter than the hottest spot
ta the Sahara Desert!
This place, oddly enovgii, is
<* >eehlattd A l*-te'ln Invo
county, far from the other Green
i laad. an island In the arctic cir
_ ess. The thermometer registered
I 114 degrees in the shade at
POrsenUnd, Cal., July 10^1913.
tke highest shade tussgiPsture
glstersd in the United
la b»r pvrta of the world,
room, Mrs. Hart!" she suggested,
"and make her lie down for a
while. That poor felolw—as if he
didn't have enough on his hands
without this!"
"I'm not un his hands! And I
won't He down!" Kvadna Jerked
away from Miss Georgie.
"And I wai going to marry
him!" Evadna shuddered. "He
wasn't sorry afterward. He was
ready to kill more men. It's the
Indian In him. I suppose," she
walled, "he killed Saunders, too,
like old Hagar said."
"If you don't shut up, I'll shake
you!" Miss Oeorgie, in her fury,
did not wait, but shook her any
way us If she had been a ten-year
old child In a tantrum. "My Heav
ens ;iimvii' I'll stand for nerves
and hysterics and almost any old
thing, hut you're going a little bit
too far, my lady. There's no ex
cuse for your talking such stuff
as that. Now, you march to your
own room and —stay there. Do
you hear? And don't you dare let
another yip out of you till you can
italk sense."
Uood Indian stood upon the
porch and heard every word. He
also heard the shuffle of feet as
Miss Georgie urged Evadna to her
room, and he rolled a clgaret
with fingers that did not bo much
as quiver. Ills face was stoically
calm, and there was a glitter
deep down in bis eyes. Evadna
was right; to a certain extent the
Indian In him held him quiet.
Good Indian had, not so long
ago, Rpent hours In avoiding all
thought that he might prolong the
ecstacy of mere feeling. Now he
had reversed the desire. He was
thinking of this thing and of that,
simph that he might avoid feel
ing. If someone didn't kill him
within the next hour or so, he was
.going to feel something—some-
thing that would hurt him more
than he had been hurt since his
father died in that same house.
The shadow of the grove, with
I the long finger of the poplars to
I point the way, climbed slowly up
the bluff. Good Indian smoked
another clgaret while he watched
It. When a certain great bolder
slowly darkened to a chill gray,
he threw his clgaret unerringly a'
a lily pad which had courtesied
many a time before to a like mis
sile from his hand and started
around the house to the gate
which led to the stable.
Phoebe came out from the sit
ting room, ran down the steps,
and barred his way.
"Grant!" she said, and there
were tearw in her eyes, "don't do
anything rash—don't. If it's for
our sakes—and I know it la —
don't do it. They'll go, anyway."
"I've got to go. Mother Hart.
I've made my war-talk." He bent
his head and klsed her on the
forehead as she stood looking up
at him and went on.
"Grant—Grant!" she cried
heart-brokenly after him, and
sank down on the porch-steps.
Miss Georgie was standing be
side the gate, looking toward the
stable. She may not have been
waiting for him, but she turned
without any show of surprise
when he walked up behind her.
"Well, your jumpers seem to
have taken the hint," she inform
ed him. "Stanley is down there
talking to Mr. Hart now, and the
others have gone on. They'll all
be well over the dead-line by
sundown. There goes Stanley
now. Do you really feel that your
future happiness depends on get
ting through this gate? Well—
If you must—" She swum? it
open, but she stood in the oi>en
"Grant, I—it's hard to say just
what 1 want to say—but you did
right. No matter what—others
may think or say, remember that
1 think that you did right to kill
that man. And if there is any
thing under Heaven that I can do,
to—to help—you'll let me Jo it,
wont you?" Her eyes held him
briefly, unabashed at what they
might tell. Then she stepped back,
and contradicted them with a lit
tle laugh. "I will get fired sure
for staying over my time," she
said. "I'll wire for the coroner
soon as I get to the office. This
will never come to a trial, Grant.
He was like a crazy man, and we
all saw him shoot first."
She waited until he had passed
through and was a third of the
way to the stable where Peaceful
Hart and Lis boys were gathered,
and then she followed him briskly.
"It's a shame you fellows got
cheated out of a scrap," she taunt
ed Jack, who held her horse for
her while she settled herself In
the saddle.
Save for the fact that she kept
her eyes Btudlously turned away
from a certain place near by, one
could not have told that Miss
George remembered anything
tragic.
But Good Indian seemed to re
call something, and went quickly
over to her Just in time to pre
sent her starting.
the Sahara desert and the interior
of New South Wales furnish the
nearest competition in hot weath
er records. On Aug. 27, 1884,
at, Wargla, on the Sahara, a tem
perature of 127.4 degrees Fah
renheit was registered.
Key West, Ma., bold* the
record for average heat the
year rouad. The average
teni|>«Taturp there Is 77 de
grees, the highest In the
Halted (Mates. The mer
cm*f. however, has never
climbed pa*t 100 !■ Kef
West.
"Was there something In par
ticular you wanted when you
came?" he asked, laying a hand
on the neck of the bay. "It just
occurred to me that there must
have been."
She leaned so that the others
could not hear, and her face was
grave enough now.
"Why, yes. It's old Hagar. She
came to me this afternoon, and
she had that bunch of hair you
cut off that was snarled In the
bush. She made threats. Grant —
about Saunders. She says you—
I came right down to tell you, be
cause 1 was afraid she might make
trouble. We can't have that
story mouthed all over the coun
try."
"If you ride on slowly," he
told her, "I'll overtake you. I
think I'd better see that old Jeze
bel myself."
Secretly he was rather thank
ful for further action and over
took her at the Point o' Kocks.
From the Indian camp rose a
sound of hlgh-ekeyed walling. The
two heard it, and looked at ecah
other questioningly.
"Something's up," Good Indian
said, answering her look. "That
sounds to me like the squaws
howling over a death."
Good Indian commanded Miss
Georgie to remain just outside the
camp, and himself rode In to
where the bucks were gathered.
Then he Haw Peppajee sitting be
side his own wikiup, and went to
him Instead.
"What's the matter here, Pep
pajee?" he said.
PepjMijee looked at him sourly.
"Heap much trouble come.
Hagar make much talk. Do much
bad, mebbyso. Rachel ketchum
knife, go Hagar wikiup. Killum
Hagar—so." He thrust out his
arm as one who stabs. "Killum
herself—so." He struck hla
chest with his clenched fist.
"Hagar heap dead. Rachel heap
dead. Yo' go."
"A squaw just died," he told
Miss Georgie curtly, when they
rode on. But her quick eyes not
ed a new look in his face. Before
it had been grave and stern and
bitter; now it was sorrowful in-
Btead.
CHAPTER XT.
Life Adjusts Itself Again to .Small
Things.
The next day was a day of many
strange faces whose eyes peered
curiously at the place where
Baumberger fell, and at the cold
aßhes of Stanley's campflre, and
at the Harts and their house, and
all things pertaining in the re
motest degree to the drama which
had been played grimly there to
its last tragic "curtain." They
stared up at the rim-rock and
made various estimates of the dis
tiiin'c and argued over the ques
tion of marksmanship, and
whether it really took a good shot
to fire from the top and hit a
man below.
As for the kilting of Bautnber
ger, public opinion tried the case
and rendered a unanimous verdict
ui>on it long before the coroner
arrived. ''Done just right." was
the verdict of public opinion, and
the self-constituted judges mani
fested their further approval by
slapping Good Indian upon the
back when they had a chance, or
by solemnly shaking handß with
him, or by facetiously assuring
him that they would be good. All
of which Grant interpreted cor
rectly as sympathy and a desire
to show him that they did not
look upon him as a murdered, but
as a man who had the courage to
defend himself and those dear to
him from a great danger.
With everything so agreeably
disposed of according to the
crude—though none the less true,
perhaps—ethics of the time and
the locality, It was tacitly under
stood that the coroner and the
inquest he hald in the grove be
side the house were a mere con
cession to red tape. Neverthe
less a general tension manifested
itself when the jury, after Rol
emnly listening, In their official
| capacity, to the evidence they had
'heard and discussed freely hours
before, bent heads and whispered
briefly together. There was also
I a corresponding atmosphere of re
lief when the verdict of public
opinion was called justifiable
homicide by the coroner and so
stamped with official approval.
When that waR done they car
ried Baumberger's gross physical
shell away up the grade to the
station. And when the dust had
settled after the latest departure
and the whistle of the train—
which bore the coroner and that
other quiet passenger — came
faintly down over the rim-rock,
the peaceful "Hart ranch settled
down with a sigh of relief into its
old, easy habits of life.
All, that Is, save Good Indian
himself, and perhaps one other.
It was Phoebe who boldly In
vaded the secret chamber of Good
Yuma, Ariz., is another "hot
town." The highest tempera
ture ever recorded there Is 118
degree*. The average for the
rear in 72, or 7 degrees below
that of Key West
Needles, Cal., has an annual
average temperature of 72 de
grees. The highest ever record
ed at tins point la 116 degrees.
This is three points higher than
at Corpus Christl, Tex., where
the thermometer once hit 98. El
Paso, Tex., never got hotter tiiaji
113 degrees. The average for
tha rear Is 63.
THE TACOMA TIMES.
A NOVEL A WEEK. i
Nert WMk ff I
"Amazing Grace," by Kite Tri^n
ble Sharber. I
Indian's heart when he wan help
ing her In the milk-house.
"Now, Grant," she begin,
"Mother Hart is going to give you
a little piece of her mfnd about
something that's none of her bus
iness maybe."
"You can give me an many
pieces as you like. They're al
ways good medicine," IQffamured
her. "What about?" her asked, a
betraying tenseness In hi-, voice.
"About Vadnle—and you. I no
tice you don't speak—you haven't
that I've Been since that dap—on
the porch. You don't want to be
too hard on her, Grant. Remem
ber, she's never seen the times, as
I have, where It's kill or be killed.
Be patient with her, Grant—and
don't feel hard. She'll get over it.
I want—" she stopped because
her voice was beginning to shake
—"I want my biggest boy to be
happy."
Good Indian put his arms
around her and held her close. He
did not say Hnything for a min
ute, but when he did he spoke
very quietly, stroking her hair the
while.
"Mother Hart, I stood on the
porch and heard what Hhe Raid In
the kitchen. She accused me of
killing Saunders. She called me
an Indian. My mother's mother
was the daughter of a chief. She
was a good woman; just as good
an If she had lieen white.
"Mother Hart, I'm a white man
in everything but half my moth
er's blood. I don't remember her
—but I am not ashamed because
she was my mother. Do you
think I could marry a girl who
thinks of my mother as some
thing which she must try to for
give? Do you thing I could go
to that girl in there and—and
take her in my arms—and love
her, knowing that she feels as she
does? She can't even forgive me
for killing that beast!
"I did think I'd go away for
awhile," he said after a minute
spent in sober thinking. "Hut I
never dodged yet. I'm going to
stay and see the thing through,
now. 1 don't know—" he hesi
tated and then went on. "It may
not last; I may have to suffer aft
er awhile, but standing out there,
that day, listening to her carrying
on, kind of—oh, I can't explain it.
But I doir 1* believe I was halt as
deep in love as I thought I was.
I don't want to anything
against her; I've no right, ifor
Bhe's a thousand {imos bet(i»r than
I am. But she's different, fehe
never would understand our wfiys,
Mother Hart, or look at HfVas we
do.
"She won't speak to me," he
continued, after a short silence.
"I tried to talk to her yesterday
"But you must remember the
poor child was hysterical that day
when she went on bo. She doesn't
know anything about the realities
of life. She doesn't mean to be
hard."
"Yesterday," said Grant, with
an odd little smile, "she was not
hysterical. It seems that—-shoot
ing—was the last little weight
that tilted the scale against me.
I don't think she ever cared two
whoops for me, to tell you the
truth. She's been ashamed of my
Indian blood all along; the said
so. And I'm not a good lover; I
neglected her all the while this
trouble lasted, and I paid more at
tention to Georgie Howard than I
•id to her—and—oh, it isn't the
filling, altogether! I guess we
Here both a good deal mistaken
in our feelings."
"Well, I hope so," sighed Phoe
be. "I suppose," she added with
unusual sarcasm for her, "you'll
brf falling in love with Georgie
Howard, next thing anybody
knows; and maybe that will last
a week or ten days before you
find out you were mistaken!"
Good Indian gave her one of his
quick, sidelong glances.
"I believe you're half in love
with her right now and don't
know It!" she accused suddenly.
Good Indian laughed goltly.
"Are you Grant?" Phoebe laid
a hand on his shoulder. "I ain't
mad because you and Vadnie fell
out; I kind of looked for It to
happen. You might tell me—"
"Tell you what?" But Grant did
not look up. "Must a man be in
love with some woman all the
time?"
"She's a good girl, and a brave
girl," Phoebe remarked irrele
vantly.
Good Indian felt that she was
still waiting, with all the quiet
persistence of her sex when on the
trail of romance. He laughed
surrender.
"Squaw-talk-far-off heap smart,"
he mimicked old Peppajee grave
ly. "Heap bueno." He took Phoebe
by the shoulder and shook her
with gentle insistence. "But
don't make me fall out of one love
right Into another," he protested
whimsically. "Give a fellow time
to roll a clgaret, can't you?"
THE END.
TURN TO THE, CLASSIFIED
WANT ADS ON TAOB t FOR
RESULTS. SEE PAGK SEVKN.
CARBONADO BTACJK 00.
Harry J. MrCrarken, Manager.
llnadquartera Central Bus
Station, Taconis)
115 Ho. ion, si. Main 2M14
Time Card—Efecftive July 16,
1010.
Subject to Change Without
Notice.
Leave. a. m. p. m. t>. m.
."jiiln.nhil.. . 7:20 l:OO 4:90
YVUkraon .. 7:4S 1:15 4:88
Burnett .... 7:58 1:95 4:45
80. Pntlrle . 8:O5 1:85 4:55
Arrive
Tacom* .... 0:15 2:45 0:05
Oonnort with 0:85 a. 111., 2:35
aad 0:00 p. in. Interurhnn for
Hoattle.
Leave. a. in. p. m. p. m.
Tacoma . . . 10:OO 4:8O 7:80
ruy»ll,l,, . .10 :co 5:OO 0:00
ffcilag 10:53 3:23 8:23
Ho. Prairie 11:20 5:50 8:*0
BanMtt ...U:8O «oo »:OO
Wtiktwon 11:40 0:10 »: 10
Arrive
nftrbonado .11:50 0:30 MHO
Mobilization Ends Romance
of Gringo and Miss Carranza
Miss Oralia Snlina* > Carranza
and (below) her Hinter-ln-luw,
Mi-. Alberto Salinn- v Carranza.
The large' picture was drawn by
Artist IllKKins from a |H>stcard
photo In |mi,si —ion of Mrs, Al
berto, who was sketched from
v photograph.
PIEDRAS NEGRAS, C'oahuila,
Mexico, July 2,. —Senoritu Oralia
Salinas y t'arranza has gone to
.Monterey to forget a certain
gringo.
Sho is a nieoe of First Chief
C'arranza, and he is Sherwood
Moe, son of a wealthy resident
of Gary, Ind., and brother of the
pretty senorita's college chum at
Notre Dame.
A short time ago Senorita Ora
lia danced with glee and read to
her brother Alberto's wife this
telegram:
"Will be In I'ii-di us Xe
uiiis in July.
"HHKHWOOIK"
A few days later Senora read
that "President Wilson has called
out the state militia."
"Pues! Didn't you tell me your
Senor Moe was a member of the
state militia?" she asked her
relative.
LEGALNOTICES LEGAL NOTICES
BT VIRTFK OF WARRANTS Issued by the City Clerk of tlie City of Ta
eoma, I will sell to the highest hldder for cash, at the front door of
the City Hall (South 7th atroct and Pacific avenue), in said city, at 10
o'clock a. m. on the 7th day of August, the following described real os
tate unlesa the same shall have been redeemed before suld date of sale.
Said sale is to be made to satisfy the second annual installment of
Loral Improvement Districts Nor. 882, 500R and 897; the third annual In
stallment of Local Improvement Districts Nos. Sit, 483 and 823; the fifth
annual Installment of Local Improvements Nos. Iff, M 4, and thi? seventh
annual installment of Local Improvement Districts Xos. 414 and 417 to
gether witli Interest, penalty and costs attached.
Local Improvement District No. 565.
Fifth Annual Installment
Mil.l.'* IIICHI.AM) PARK ADDITION.
Lot. Blk. Prin- Inter- Adv. &
To Whom Assessed: clpal. est. Penalty. Total
E. M. fUbson 2 f> l.S!) .lfi 34 2.39
K. M. (llbson .< 6 1,11 .IT. .34 2.3!!
H. M. Gibson 4 B I.S'J .IS .34 2.39
E. M. i.i!.■;..ii 5 6 1.89 .16 .34 2.39
E. M. Gibson 6 6 1.88 .16 .34 2 3S
E. M. Gibson 7 6 I.SS .16 .34 2.38
B. M. Gibson S 6 I.SS .16 .34 2 38
E. M. Gibson 9 Ii I.SS .16 .34 2.38
E. M. Gibson 10 6 I.SS .16 .31 2 38
E. M. Gibson 11 6 1.11 .16 .«4 2.38
E. M. Gibson 12 6 1.88 .16 .34
E. M. Gibson 13 6 I.SS .16 .34 2 38
B. M. Gibson 14 6 I.SS .16 .34 2.39
B. M. Gibson-. 16 6 1.89 .16 .34 2 39
K. If, Gibson 16 6 1.89 .16 .34 2.89
m, M. Gibson 17 6 1.89 .16 .34 2.39
MIDWAY ADDITION.
Florence Ollar 6 3 3.93 .32 .51 4 79
John M. A ruts.,ri 9 4 3.94 .32 .54 4 80
Mary K. Christie 11 10 3.94 .32 .54 4 SO
Mary I!. Christie 12 10 3.94 .32 .54 4.80
John O. Hucsko 10 11 3.94 .32 .54 4 80
John O. Tiucsko 11 11 3.94 .82 .51 4 80
John G. Hucsko 12 11 3.94 .32 .51 4 80
.1. S. Isloy N. 37'^' 9 15 2.95 .24 .45 3.64
Mary B. Christie 80. Vi 10 l!i 1.97 .16 .34 2 47
Mary E. Christie 11 15 3.94 .X 2 .6t 4.80
Mary E. Christie 1 16 3.94 .32 .54 4 SO
Mary E. Christie 2 16 3.94 .31! 64 4 80
Mary K. Christie 3 16 3.94 .32 .54 480
Mary E. Christie 4 16 3.94 .12 .54 4 80
Mary E. Christie 5 16 3.94 .82 .54 480
Mary E. Christie 10 16 3.94 .32 .64 4'Bo
Mary E. Christie 11 16 3.94 51 480
Mary E. Christie 12 16 3.94 32 54 480
Peter n. German 1 17 3.94 .32 54 4'so
Peter D. German I 17 3.94 .32 .64 4Kn
Peter D. German 3 17 . 3.94 .32 .54 4'so
Peter I). German 4 17 {.§4 :ij 154 4^o
1 m iih\a mii ill SIDK ACM Til \< TH.
T>. T. Matlhew. .Tract be*. 271.4'
South of 8. W. corner of South
64th St. and Park Aye.. th.
South 135.7", th. West 160 1, th.
North 135.7', th. East 150" to beg It.tl .'JI Mil 13 47
Local Improvement District No. 856.
Third Annmil Installment.
VAN iiih»i:\ A HAMAIiK ADDITION.
A. N. Fisher 6 1 3.21 .70 34 4 »k
A. N. Fisher 4 1 2.39 .50 .29 518
H. W. Doane, Adm 5 3 1.59 .30 24 1 11
H. W. Doane, Adm fi 3 1.21; ,27 .23 i #7j
SIP. MAP OF MtH'll ANIG'S ADDITION.
Anna Q, Knudstrom 20 1 1.16 .25 .22 1 63
Anna C. Knudstrom 21 1 1.48 .32 .24 2 04
Anna C. Knudstrom 22 1 1 75 36 ""3 2 38
J. H. Easterday and Walter
ClfrUtlan 22 1 8.63 .97 .37 4 87
J. H. Easterday and Walter
Christian 23 2 4.41 .95 41 577
J. H. Easterday and W«lter
Christian 24 > 6.40 1.39 53 « 32
F. H. McClellan 14 3 l.tl .34 til
EIU. Browning- 21 3 2.99 6!". •)'»7
Elix. Drowning 22 3 3.80 .82 .38 s'.OO
Local Improvement District No. 564.
Hill Annual Installment
VIII* PARK ADDITION.
H. S. Grlggs, Trustee 1 6 4.15 .as .86 6 04
H. H. Urlft-gs, Trustee 1 6 4.15 .33 .56 504
H. H. Qrlg-g-s, Trustee 1 7 4.15 .3.1 .56 504
Pacific Realty Corporation 1 » 14 4.16 .33 .56 504
MANITOIT GROVB ADDITION.
Padflo Realty Corp l j 5.43 .43 g« »55
Pacific Realty Corp 2 2 R 4.1 .41 «g act
Pacific Realty Corp 3 2 l.:u .31 .14 5 »«
Pacific Realty Corp 4 2 7.14 .t« 8| 111
Pacific Realty Corp i 2 5.43 .41 g« . ■<
Paclflo Realty Corp t 2 6.43 48 '.6» «66
Parjflo Realty Corp 7 1 5.43 .41 .ii «.»»
£"• '» R«» <y <;Orp 4 113.«» 9.4» 11.62 11470
Pacific Realty Corp 1 6 9.08 .71 1.06 10 81
Pacific Realty Corp I 6 1.48 .44 .70 6.«>
E* c J c s'* tjr £ orp * • ••*• -44 -70 •••*
£»<••' = R«lty Corp 4 ■ (.48 .44 .70 ««2
Parlflc Kenlty C0rp....,,, | | 5.45 .44 7a , g.
Pacific Realty Corp « 5 5.4 a ,44 ,79 nti
Isilflc Realty Corp 7 ( 1.4* .44 70 a SI
Pacific Realty Corp I 6 t.IZ .71 1.97 11.01
Pacific Realty Corp • I 193 .47 74 714
Pacific Realty Corp 10 | B»3 47 74 7}
Paclflo Kealty Corp U ( i| .47 74 7 ,4
Pacific Realty Corp l| f «>i .47 T J i\\
Pacific Realty Corp It I 111 .47 74 \*i
Pacific Really Corp 14 • 111 .47 .74 7.14
I
"Yes," said Senorita Oralia;
"yes."
And then a thought struck
her, and her eyes flashed.
"Is THAT the way he's com
ing to Piedras Negras!" ehe ex
claimed. "Well, he will be lucky
if he reaches I'iedras Niegraa—•
and he WON'T meet me!"
So this will explain to Mr.
Moe why he is persona nun
ffrata .(nut now with the
senoiita — tilt hough lie
didn't expect to be called
out .mil reully he didn't
moan it that way at nil.
"Just think!" said Senorita
Oralia to her sister-in-law, "he
might come here to shoot down
Alberto — my brother — your
husband; the wretch! 'Will be in
Piedras Negras in July.' Well,
I'll just bet he won't!"
Alberto, the brother, Is chief
of the Mexican army aviation
corps and a graduate of St.
John's Military academy, near
Syracuse, N. Y.
LEGAL NOTICES. LEQAL NOTICESv
Lot. Blk. Pnn Inter- Adv. *
To Whom Aliened: cipal. ait. Penalty. ToUi
Pacific Realty Corp 15 5 5.»3 .47 .74 T.J4
Puclflc Realty Corp It S Ml .47 .74 T. 14
Puclfli Realty Corp 17 S 5.93 .47 .74 7.14
Pacific Realty Corp II 5 • G '.«:! .47 .74 7.14 _^
Pacific Realty Corp 1( 5 Bit:! .47 .74 • 7.14
Pacific Realty Corp 29 5 I.M .47 .74 7.14
Pacific Realty Corp .'I E !>.:>-■ .47 .74 T. 14
P.i. iflc Really Corp If 5 5 »;i .47 .74 T. 14
Pacific Itealty Corp : -J3 t 5.93 .47 .74 T. 14
Pacific BaaJty Corp 24 5 l.tl .47 .74 7.14
Pacific Realty Corp 25 ft 7.17 .58 .17 8.62
PaririL- Kealty Corp 1 6 4.HS .38 .63 8.53
Pacific Realty Corp 1 6 1.48 .4,4 .7t) 1.62
Pacific Realty Corp I X . 5.4S .44 .70 Ml
Pacific Realty Corp 4 6 5.1s .44 .70 Ml'
Pacific Realty Corp i 6 5.4^ .44 .70 M 2
Pacific Realty Corp S ( lit .38 .63 5.83
Pacirir Realty Curp 7 t 10.0". .HI 1.1 fi 11.02
Pacific Realty Corp 8 6 5.4:1 .43 .6.1 (.55
Pac iric Realty Corp * 6 5.43 .43 .69 (.55
Pacific Realty Carp 19 6 54:1 .4:: .G» (.55
Pac Iflc Realty Corp }1 g 5.43 .43 .69 «.&. r.
Pacific Really Corp IL' 6 5.43 .43 .6» 6.55
Pnciflc Really Corp IS « 5.4:: .43 .69 6.65
Pacific Realty Corp 14 6 6.4:'. .43 .69 8.65
Pacific Realty Oerp IS 6 5.4.1 .43 .69 6.55
J'm Iflc Realty Corp 1.. 6 7.67 .61 .»2 ».J0
Pacific Realty Corp 1 7 (.11 .»» .63 6.K3
Pacific Realty Corp 2 7 5.4S .44 .70 6 fi'
Puclflc Itealty Corp 3 7 s.|v .44 .70 6.62
Pacific Realty Corp 4 7 5.4* .44 .70 6 62
Pacific-Realty Corps 7 5.48 .44 .70 6 62
Pacific Realty Corp 6 7 4.82 .38 .63 5 Si
Pacific Realty Corp 7 7 4.Si' .38 .63 5 8i
Pacific Realty Corp 8 7 5.4S .44 .70 6 fi"
I'nclfli Realty Corp 9 7 5.4S .44 .70 6 fi"l
Pacific Realty Corp 10 7 sis .44 .70 662 "■
Pacific Realty Corp 11 7 sis .44 .70 6 «2
Pacific Realty Corp 12 7 Ml .31 .63 5 s.i
Pacific Realty Corp 1 8 4.s^ .38 .63 i'ss
Pacific ilealty Corp 2 8 r, iv .44 .70 «6- *•■
Pacific Realty Corp 3 8 5.4S .44 .70 6 0'
Pacific Realty Corp 4 8 s.is .44 .70 6 c~
Pacific Realty Corp 5 s 5.4S .4» .70 6 6"
Pacific Realty Corp 6 8 4.52 .38 .63 5 S3
Pacific Realty Corp 7 8 4.52 .3* .63 8.1 l•»
Pacific Realty Corp 8 « 5.4* .44 .70 gV'
Pacific Realty Corp 9 8 1.41 .44 . .70 <; fi"
Phi iflc Realty Corp 10 » 5.1S .44 .70 6 6r>
Pacific Realty Corp 11 * Ml .44 ,7u « «"•
Pacific Realty Corp 12 8 4.SL' .38 .63 IH
Pacific Realty Corp 1 » Ml .43 .69 Ms
Pacific Realty Corp i' » r..4:: .4.'! .69 me
pacific Realty Corp 3 » 5. •:! .43 ,(| (.15
Pacific Realty Corp 4 » Ml .43 .69 e':,-.
Pacific Realty Corp I 9 5.43 .43 .69 |.|s
Pacific Renlly Corp tl !• 7.0:: .5« ,85 si",
Pacific Realty Corp 7 9 I.M .32 .5.-1 4'sii •
Paclflo Realty Corp 8 I 1.41 .43 .69 fi'.-,-,
Pacific Realty Corp 9 9 1.41 .43 .filt | .-,;,
Pacific Realty Corp 10 » 1.41 ,41 .69 «'-,-,
Pacific Realty Corp 11 9 1.41 .43 .«r b':,.-,
Pacific Realty Corp 12 9 5.4:: .13 .tin «'-,-,
Pacific Realty Corp II 9 5.4:: ,41 || fi -,-
Pacific Realty Corp 14 9 1.41 .43 ,«9 iii
Pacific Realty Corp 1 10 6.41' jj .7n 77"
Pacific Realty Corp 2 10 r>.l:: .43 .69 ijß
Pacific Realty Corp 3 10 Ml .4:: 69 M
Pacific Realty Corp 4 10 Ml .43 69 fi'v,
Pacific Realty Corp 5 10 5.43 .43 69 «V,
Pacific Realty Corp 6 10 5.4:1 .4:1 !«» r,':,-.
Paclflo Realty Corp 7 10 5.13 .43 bii •«« J
Pacific Realty Corp 8 10 6.11" .51 ,f| 77 • 1
Pacific Realty Corp 9 10 6.12 ,|j eg t't« '
Pacific Realty Corp 10 10 1.41 .43 'fi'j M« tj|
Pacific Realty Corp 11 10 5.43 .13 || ,;'■-,
Pacific Realty Corp 11 10 1.41 .43 ,aa bij
Pacific Realty Corp II 10 5.43 .43 g<) ,;"-,-
Pacific Realty Corp 14 10 5.43 .4:1 [nil a*u
Paclfle Realty Corp If 10 1.41 .43 .69 Ml "•
Pacific Realty Corp Hi lit 1.42 .51 ,"!t 77.
Pacific Realty Corp 11 x.n« til 9B I'la
Pacific Realty Corp 1 12 4.Si' .38 (;•; |*|]
Pacific Realty Corp 2 12 5.18 .11 '70 t'«]
Pacific Realty Corp X 12 1.41 .11 .70 Ml
Pacific Realty Corp 4 If s.is .11 70 (.12
Pacific Realty Corp 5 12 5.1S .|| 70 1 (|
Pacific Rfiity Corp 6 II 4.11 ..18 || {'■«
Pacific Realty Curp 7 II 4.52 .38 ti3 Ma
'aciflc Realty Corp 8 II 5.4s .44 .70 m;
I'ucifii' Realty Corp !♦ tl 1.41 .44 70 MS
Pacific Realty Corp 10 II 5.4S .41 70 fi (t
Pacific Realty Corp 11 II 5.1S .41 .70 «',;..
Pacific Realty Corp ll' 12 4.82 .3S (13 ss'
•iidfii; Realty Corp 1 13 4.si- .as \m Ml
Pacific Realty Corp 2 13 5.1S .4| .70 6U"
Pm Iflc Realty Corp S 13 5. IS .44 .70 |,(;
Piiiific Renlty Curji 4 13 5.1 s II 70 I(5
Renlty Corp 5 13 5.1S .4 1 >0 cli"
'aclflc Realty Corp 6 II 4.si- .38 ,|| 1.13
'mlflc Realty Corp 7 13 4.81' .38 .63 sKi
'aclflc Realty Corp 8 II 5.4* .44 7n r, g •
Pacific Realty Corp 9 13 5.4S .ii .70 eV'
•aclflc Realty Cori 10 tl 5.4s .41 ,70 6 6"
Pacific Realty Corp 11 13 5.4s .44 .70 6 6" ' "
Pacific Ftealty t'orp II 13 4.82 .38 ,(| Ml
Pacific Realty Corp 1 II |.|] .38 tj3 |.(|
Pacific Realty Corp I II s.is .41 .70 «fi • ■•
Pacific Realty Corp 3 II 5.1s .44 .70 G 8"
•aclflc Realty Corp 4 14 5.4s 44 70 «>,"
•aclflc Realty Corp 5 14 5.4 s .44 .70 Ml
Pacific Realty Corp 1. 14 4.SJ .|» ,g:j 5 N3
Pacific Realty Corp 7 14 8.03 .64 »r, 96'
Pacific Really Corp 8 14 5.07 .40 .6« 603 •
'acific Realty Corp » 14 6.6S .45 72 s xr,
'aclflc Realty Corp 10 14 6.2s .49 .78 7*5:,
•aclflc Realty Corp 1 15 5.45 .43 70 6 58
'aclflc Realty Corp 2 in 4.9ti .3» ,fir> ti on
Pacific Realty Corp 3 15 9.97 ,79 ||; n'fll
Puclflc Realty Corp 1 16 5.48 .44 .70 MI
Pacific Realty Corp 2 16 5.48 .44 .70 Ml
Pacific Realty Corp tt 16 5.4s .44 .70 fi 6"
Pacific Realty Corp 4 16 5.4S .44 70 Ml
Pacific Realty Corp 5 16 5.4s .4J 70 6 6;
Pacific Realty Corp 6 IS 9.7". 78 in ] 1 «,;
Pacific Realty Corp 7 16 5.10 .43 69 MI
Pacific Realty Corp X 16 1.41 .44 .70 A r,-;
P.k iflc Realty Corp 9 16 5.48 .41 70 fi 6 '
Pacific Realty Corp 10 16 5.48 .44 70 4
Pacific Realty Corp 11 It! 5.4s 44 70 c 6"
Pacific Realty Corp 12 16 Ml .44 70 fi fi"'
Pacific Realty Corp U 16 |.4| 44 7n g N "
Pailflc Reulty Corp 14 16 5. IS 41 '70 c «•."•
Pacific Realty Corp t 17 5.4s ! 4 4 ."70 6.«:'
Paciric Realty Corp 3 17 s.i< .44 .70 s «■>
Pac fc Realty Corp i 17 sis .44 .70 l!(l
Pacific Realty Curp 5 17 r t , s 41 - 0 . ..,
Pacific Realty Corp I 17 5.1s v ;|J m:
•i.-itic tea ty Corp 7 It I.M .40 .11 fi.lJ-
Pacific Realty (orp 8 17 731 5S 88 8"
Pac f c tea ty Corp 10 17 Ml .44 ' .70 fi.fij
Pacific Realty Curp 11 17 B 4H 41 70 fi « ■
Pacific Realty Corp II 17 Ml M : 7 ! J?
Pacific Realty Corp 13 17 5 48 41 70 6 fi»
Pacific Realty Corp H 17 5.4s v [IJ «>,?
Pac fc Realty Corp lft 17 1.41 .44 .70 Ml
Pac fc Realty Corp I is 5.13 .4.1 a] «.-„-,
Pa. Ific Realty Corp 2 IS 5 |[ 41 n; . ■ -. ,
Pacific Roalty Corp S 18 ?;|| |J{ ■** Jg -
Pacific Realty Corp 4 || 4 -,7 S(i ' 6 J i"gj
Pacific Realty Corp I is 5.13 '.43 '.«9 t'.U
Pacific Realty Corp „ is 5 |;: fi i, fi -,r
Pacific Realty Corp 7 IS |v *fi
E"}n« Heajty Cors » is fcjj II jl 1U
Pacific Realty Corp 1 20 B I" 51 79
Pacific Realty Corp 2 20 14| 41 (| |'||
P«}"» «2}jr Cor? 3 20 5.13 IS 8 '..5
Pac fc Realty Corp 4 20 5.43 .43 69 fi 55
Pacific Realty Corp 5 20 543 M
Pnnlflo Realty Corp A 20 t; j-> '.o ', ; n
Pacific Realty Corp f 26 Ml 'I. S J*B T
Pacific Realty Corp.. 8 20 Ml "*? 1* Hi
Pacific Realty Corp • 20 141 k i! t»j
Pacific Realty Cor l 5 20 t[U 4?, i« s'r,:
Pacific Realty Corp 11 20 E4J h' •?! Mj
pici!Ji c !! ea!i y r. orp i 2 :(i «:« « S m
Pacific Realty Corp 13 20 5 41 ro fi fi",
Pacific Realty Corp 14 20 Ml !43 !«9 665
Paclflo Realty Corp f| 20 R 41 tl !ii
p««}««g«tjtycor? :...: i 6 20 l\i i\ :?J ?:?'
Pacific Realty Corp 1 21 5.4.1 .43 .69 6.55
! \ H<V. ° U Calty ( orp 2 21 B-4S 43 69 655
Pacific Realty Corp 3 21 541 i\ kt BBS .
r,"' 1 c "a ty •iiri) 5 2» mi 43 .fis 6.55
Pac fc Realty Corp 6 21 S.4S 43 69 0.6* 1
Pa, fc Realty Corp J 4^ » •
r. a|l »'• "•"" ty Corp f 21 5.43 .43 .69 6.65
Pac fc Reaty Corp 9 21 5.43 .43 .69 6.55
Pa, fie Realty Corp 10 21 5.43 .43 .69 6.55
acre Realty Corp 12 11 5.43 .43 .69 6.65
j;ne f c nealty Corp 13 21 5.43 .43 .68 fi.65
Par cßulyforp 14 21 5.43 43 «9 665 -
Pacific Realty Corp II 21 c 41 a\ «q a K5
pa::!J:?Re a!fy^ P ::::::::::::::!? - fc | 1 |
SSS:::::::::::::: IS ?! : j 8 :
Pa. trie Realty Corp.. ". 24 I! ' *A $1 °Ar
Pacific Realty Corp* " 1 |J t \% tJ J J-Jj
MASITOI PARK.
Joseph (Jeisler \ 4 7 K4l „ fi(l «««
H. Rob. Paul . 4 i\ bJ;' }? S,? Is?
W'lSffiSi-::::::::::::::::::: ? 15 !jj •;» ?-S2
•;;'%M->ton :::::: 1 7 7 6 6^ 4| •_•• 7 7 1 s
«' M C«H,an 1 ]* ••"' •" .»0 7»3
aiL Icffri <:::::::::::::: 4 } R 9 j 2 7, -«j » "
•{--j;'"^ ::::::::::::: \ \l li\ « :„ ?:«!
ir rl I."","" 5 19 6r'' M R" '-8;<
, ,- aU,' 7 1!) 6(il -52 80 7.8S
•os- '">'"ler 1 20 6.51 .fin .80 7.83
J°" "''■ er 2 20 6.61 .62 .80 7.81
Jos. Geluler 1 20 6.61 .52 80 7.8J
Joe. oe.ler T 20 1.51 .12 .so 7.81
Jo». QelHlsr 5 20 6 51 Va Til
«M. Catton " « ll 651 \\ jj t!.?
|. g- J»» 7 20 6.51 .61 .80 7.8S
J»«- "*•""■ » *1 6.61 .51 .10 TJ»
Jo., oe.ler » n a. B l .61 (o ih
»•* S'!*" r 1(> *l «a 5 .14 51 547
«• M • Catton x tt (.51 .11 .go 7J*
if* «'••«" V .... • SI 6.»1 .51 .80 7i3 1
Joe Ojleler /. •, n j. 5l «j >g0 7 JJ I
? 3i>«ncar r 1 tl (.51 .(| |0
Joe. O«Uter ..) 1 14 iii r , SOu^efl
II it. Paul (....! 1 14 ISi '■• 'iJbI
H. Tl. Paul 1 4 14 Ml ll Jm
C. E. KnlOW "! IT 4 t( !(1 ".^H
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Saturday, July 29, 1910.

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