The Eldorado Courier (Eldorado, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1917 Page: 2 of 8
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r*rila in tha <-*r.jr'»n. UU-rt>' an<I l'»>!ro
a/a pi k*^ up t>y an aompUr.* a »ul. wj >
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aerobian* fit ba h to Winaian'a camp
if.»ia »U1 l<a no aurprtae attars, ordar*
tta ma-hina vun turna<l on tha party
llan i*l Rr*a but miaaaa tham. wharaup>n
Ixtcas takaa -harca of Uva cun l..n.»- f
an l flraa. diaabl:n« tha ma'-hn™ Tha
partr ha- a a mtracutoua oaoapa when tf.a
aar-plane dropa to mm. whara It it
wr*rkad. Liberty And P*4ro are mada
prisoners br U>pes. but t.nay a.anaca to
ra apa. Pedro rid*a to warn Major Win-
ston of tha plannad attack, whlla I.'barty
•tarta oft to find tha rangara. tin* la
»v*rtakan. howa*«r. br two of tha ban-
dtta aar.t out by I.opri to find har. and
■h«y brine her hack to Ma camp whlla
ha la In tha mldat of a drunken or«y.
liberty Is placed tn a hut. and that nicht
Manual cornea to claim her. Aa ha i *i
to claep har In hla arroa ha la ahot and
falta Ureleae at her fa«t. A woman then
enters the room and placing the run at
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to turn. Finally, 4«H and 4e||rlo«Mk
ba ttaa4rred slnile**!/ lulu Ibe U-aert
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Tbe po»r Slav* Ivbi, who hn4 Mfl
•Irngg—i to iii-< torture t-bsmlM^ by
the M>*Sl<-un*. lis I l»*n f»rttir*d al
niost to the punt »f il«*:ith. one of
Hie guard* prea**«| n button. whM'b re-
li'tx-d one <4 th* huge blocks in the
wall. Th-y pl<-k«d up hu Ixi4y an I
threw It thMUiih the niierttire. It
«tru> k a large opening. nn4 th.«n *114,
hi* eyes rented on the scene before j down betw>«*n the wnlU Into a |»wl In
him be wondered whether he was I mi undergroun4 chamber. It was the
tight. One drop of the blood that bad room wh-ra Liberty wa* being held
flowed In the Telns of these American prisoner, and. Just us Pedro's b-nly
youths was worth more than a hun- ; stru<*k the water, sh* was al>out to
drt-d Illiterate and degi-nerata llexl- i «<-oop up som* of the water lu quench .
cans, like Lopez and his band, that her terrtble thirst.
4**p «ia*ry. And. a* b* g«s*d al
tbe bl'*<4 of lb* pWIhe g»r»t |r»f»
him to bis eye-*, at.4 be p*rtnln*4
ibcai to nai <!>•» I» bis burtml rbwk*
At tbsl loaisnt b* w»wl4 b»*e gi»rn
bis Ufa to baie Mm abla to mis
rhtm It mimd a tra*o*ty of war
that be »!i"Ul4 be allowed to litre a»4
tbey to die. Tb«-y aero young m--n.
tuany of tb*in; m«*n wbo were n-**i«-l
by tbrir moth. r*. tbHr wltxa, their »is-
le rs an4 thHr *w.-«-ihctij|«. The
w.»rl4 n«-*4e4 tbeto to asat*t in carry-
ing on Its affairs, but. when a man
reacbea bis ag«*. th«re Is Utile left
for blm t« do. In the years tbnl had
gone he believed It the duty of every
man. whether young or old. to bo ready
to surrender his life, at an ln«(ant's
notice, for his country. Hut now as
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Ask your grocer!
Oklahoma City Mill A Elevator Coa
bad taken their Uvea.
These men had given their Uvea to
a band of bandits and thieves; miser-
able cutthroats, who believed the
world should support them without
their having to work for It. and who
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"Write him a shurp answer, dear."
•Can't do it, pet; I haven't any but
har own h*ad pull* tha tr!««r and f*::i
acroaa hla dead body. A Mexican <!•-
ra-hment coma upon th* a<*ena and And
Ub*rty with th* amoklng revolver In h*r
band and take har to Chihuahua prison.
In th* mantlm*. l»p«s and hla band at-
tack Major Winston's troopen and th*
A marlow meal with dlaaitru-n defeat
Major wlnaton Is woufld*d during th*
dCbtlng. While the Mexican detachment
ia on its way to Chihuahua prison with
Ubarty ther com* across th* unconscious
nyur* of P*dro. who haa been thrown
from bis hors* whll* on hla way to Wln-
■ka'i camp. H* la made a prisoner and
th«y take htm along with Libarty. Bob.
who baa been held at bay by a band of
Inaurractoa, manages to escape. Major
Winston's troops ara annihilated; th*
major, himself, being the only on* left
alive. Pedro and Uherty arrive at Chi-
huahua and ar* thrown Into cells. Pedro
makes a vlcloua effort to escape and kills
one of th* guards. Ho Is overpowered
and taken to th* tortur* chamber. Liber-
ty, who. In tha meantime, is endeavoring
to fre* herself, partially aucceeds, only
to find herself Imprisoned In a subter-
Soon after Major Winston was
placed In the Improvised grave by his
brave and loyal comrades, he lapsed
Into unconsciousness, foj he was
weak and 111 from the loss of blood.
When he recovered some hours later
all was dark and silent about him. He
slowly raised himself up and gazed
out of his shelter. There, spread out
on the sand of Diablo Pass, were the
bodies cf his faithful fighters.
The, Major was not a weak man, on
the contrary, he was considered one
of the bravest men that ever shoul-
dered a rifle, and It was his love of
fighting that had won him his epaulets.
His record In the Civil wpr, where he
fought under Sheridan, had won him
distinction and the appointment of
Bergeant major. He came from a fam-
ily of fighters, and, ever since he was
old enough to understand the meaning
of the word he loved to fight. When
the Spanish-American war broke out
he w&b one of the first to go back Into
service, althongh be was actually re-
Fighting was his
very life, and though he had been
wounded many times, and his poor old
body was fairly chipped with bullet
marks, yet he considered It the great-
est honor any man could have, and the
greatest tribute be could pay his coun-
try and bia flag.
He had often said that a man bad
but two things to live for; one was his
wife, and the other to light for bis
country. Colonel Horton agreed with
the Major In thla, for there was no
more courageous soldier than Liberty's
father. Tbe two veterans bad been
Love often makesc a fool of a n»»n- boys together, and had grown up In
■ihle mon and aometimes It makes e each other's friendship. Tbey bad en-
fw-naihle man of a fool. listed together, suffered military hard-
i together, and. oo more than one
i very near dying togetb-
Ib tbe days that preceded the
suxt io Ma, mmtand VM avU ^ -N|f ^ fcea^sd Indiana In
There is no medicine which we handle
that gives euch good results as your
Swamp-Root. Many of our customers
have informed us at different times that
they have derived great benefit from its
There was one case in particular which
gttracted a great deal of attention in this
neighborhood early last Spring, as the
gentleman's life was despaired of and two
doctors treating him for liver and kidney
trouble were unable to give him any re-
lief. Finally a specialist from St. Louis
Was called in but failed to do him any
good. I at last induced him to try your
Swamp-Root and after taking it for three
months, be was attending to his business
as usual aud is now entirely well. This
case has been the means of creating an
Increased demand for your Swamp-Root
Very truly yours,
: L. A. RICHARDSON*, Druggist.
May 27, 1916. Marine, Illinois.
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Will also receive a booklet of valuable tJlwi
' innrmation, telling about the kidneys '
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"Going to have a vegetable garden
•this year?" "Well, I thought I'd plant
a little succotash."
THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH.
Yon will look ten years younger if yoo
darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by
■sing "La Creole ' Hair Drewiag—Ads.
jick'y relieved by
yebumlj. No Si
j*i*t Eye Camfoft.
Starts to Dig With His Fingers.
sought t# accomplish this by Inciting a
rebellion In the hopes that they would
finally obtain control of the govern-
ment. Then the entire country of
Mexico would be in their hands to
treat as they sow fit.
If the Mexicans were content to sit
undisturbed and permit Lopez and his
bandits to rob and kill that was some-
thing which did not concern the United
States. But, when he crossed the
border and trespassed on United States
territory, killed American citizens and
robbed and bnrned their homes, in ad-
dition to assaulting American women,
It was time for the government at
Washington to intervene. And, if they
did not, then there was something
wrong with that government, some-
Believing he wot acting for the best,
tbe Major had taken bis troops across
tbe border. Later he had received In-
structions from Washington to delay
tbe Invasion pending negotiations. He
had disobeyed the orders because he
believed the debt that Pedro made the
night of the Discovery outrage should
bo paid In full, and the Major wanted
to assist in collecting that debt
These men, whose bodies were now
scattered before him, some of tnem
torn and shattered and many disfig-
ured beyond recognition, had believed
It their duty to demand payment from
Lopex and his band, and, when he bad
asked his company bow many of them
stood ready to follow him. every oae
of his men had stepped op.
True, tbey were young men. many
of them, and tbey gonbUees bad wire*.
A* the dark object struck th* wa-
nt sh* drew bark In terror. Th<*n. aa
It rose to the surface, she was startled
aa she recognized the slave. He waa
too injured to try to save himself,
nnd Liberty nifthed to hi* aid and
dragged blm out of the pool, and as-
sisted blip to his feet. But, the next
Instant he fell tn a h«>ap on the ground.
During this time. Rutledge and his
comrades wire out in the desert,
searching for some signs of Winston's
troops. The Insurrectos had b»»eo
completely fooled by tbe rangers, and
It was some time after Bob and hla
companions escaped before they real-
ized the futility of their lire. At Aral
1 the Mexicans believed they had wiped
out the remainder of Rutledge's men.
for their shots were not returned from
the mission. Finally one of their
number was sent out to Investigate^ j
He approached the ruins under cover |
of the Mexican volley, and. as ha
□eared the spot he dropped oh hla
hands and knees and crawled cautious-
ly up. Slowly he raised his head
above the ruined walls. It was a dea-
perate move, and he was taking a big
chance of having his head blown to
pieces. But, as he peered over the
top all was silent within, for, ell that
he saw was the bodies of the dead
rangers, and Rutledge was not among
He hastily returned to his compan-
ions and Informed them of the way
In whi^h they had been baffled by the
Americans. They were enraged and
the order was given immediately to
start in pursuit. After searching for
several hours for Bob and his men
the Insurrectos gave it up und returned
to Join Lopez and his band.
a a a a a a a
The morning of the fourth day
found the Major still staggering on, hti
body wrecked and his mind shattered J
Ills canteen was empty, and in tha !
frhntic efforts to find water he fell oo '
the sands and began to dig with his
naked fingers. Slinking coyotes hor- j
ered about, while overhead the ever- !
watchful buzzards circled. Finally |
from sheer exhaustion he stretched un- j
conscious where he fell. There he lay, j
Impotent against the carrion-hunting 1
creatures of land and air, which gazed
with hungry eyes at his prostrate J
form. Encouraged by the quietneaa '
of the body, the coyotes carefully !
At that moment a small group Dt
cavalry appeared three or four ml lea (
away on the edge of the desert. Slow j
ly they approached and found the un- j
conscious form of the unfortunate ma. !
Jor with his canteen in bis hand .
which lay powerless In a sma'i pool !
One of the little party, which wm* '
Rutledge and his surviving ranger* :
maddened by thirst, plunged to tbe ,
edge of the pool to drink, but the cap- j
tain stopped him.
"My God, man, don't touch that wa-
ter!" shouted Bob.
"I must," whispered tbo fallow la
"It's a potsooM] spring r* geciared
KaUedge. "It will Caleb you. Cu t
yoo see ICS gut blaT" and be ao>
» tbe prostrate foraa eg tbe !
(To sa ooxrorrsDd
"Rastus. Is my bath warm?"
"Yassuh. the wahmest Ah was evah
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For motorints who smoke, a new
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lighter on one side.
There Is Just aa much kicking la
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It Is not so effective.
I At the cost of a small Jar of ordinary
, cold cream one can prepare a full quar-
ter pint of the most wonderful lemon
skin softener and complexion beautlfler,
by squeezing the Juice of two fresh
lemons Into a bottle containing three
ounces of orchard white. Care should
be taken to strain the Juice through a
fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets In,
then this lotion will keep fresh for
months. Every woman knows that lem-
on Juice Is used to bleach and remove
such blemishes as freckles, sallowness
and tan and Is the Ideal skin softener,
smoothener and beautlfler.
Just try ltl Get three ounces of
orchard white at any pharmacy and
two lemons from the grocer and make
up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragr
rant lemon lotion and massage It dally
Into the face, neck, arms and hands. It
should naturally help to whiten, soften,
freshen and bring out the roses and
beauty of any skin. It Is truly marvel-
ous to srtoothen rough, red hands. Adv.
The Daughter Sings.
"Don't you think her voice Is I
"Perhaps, but not cured."—Life.
But No Offenae.
He—"If .1 stole a kiss, would It be
petty larceny?" She—"No; I think It
would be grand."
Adruco Barbed Wlra
Shrubs that attract birds by their
fruit are worth planting around tbe
To insure clothes of snowy
whiteness on washday just
Red + Cross
Take no imitation, but insist
on the genuine Red Cross.
All good Grocers sell it.
Large Package 5 cents.
Jones Motor Car Go.
for catalogs and territory Information.
DON'T OVERLOOK THE,
■WICHITA. I. I. A
Canada's Liberal Offer of
Wheat Land to Settlers
is open to you—to every farmer or farmer's son ,
who is anxious to establish for |
himself a happy home and
prosperity. Canada's hearty
Invitation this year is more attractive
than ever. Wheat is much higher but
her fertile farm land just as cheap, and
in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskat-
chewan and Alberta
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