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I If You Are Interested in the Future of EI Paso
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Continues Monday and Next Week
The good merchandise is being selected
and sold fast at your own price. DON'T
DELAY DON'T WAI T. Gome today
before the good goods are all sold.
Clothing Specials at Tonight's
Three Sales Daily
10 a. m,, 2 and 7:30 p. m.
Until Stock Is Sold
Col. Will H. Jones
' Auctioneer for the Creditors
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EL PASO, TEXAS, February 15, 1910
T,0 WHOM IT MAY COEFGEENf
. "We, tlie undersigned, liaVe had under investigation forborne time
the proposed organization at El Paso, Texas, or a company
purpose of writing life and Accident Insurance.
. Erom our investigation we have reached the conclusion that
there is a splendid opportunity for the profitable operation of such, a
company af this time in this section of country and that El Paso,
Texas, offers the most suitable location for the same.
Messrs. B. P. MciSTulty & Co. are organizing "the Two Eepublics
Life Insurance Company to be located at El Paso, Texas, and we have
agreed to act as Trustees for the proposed company pending its organ
ization. - We have each, subscribed for stock in the proposed organization
and believe it will prove a very profitableinvestment.
When the company is organized, if the stockholders so elect, we
shall be glad to continue our active connection with, the company in the
capacity of directors and to give the company our hearty and active
support and to assist in building up a business that will be quite prof
itable to its stockholders,- and at the same time keep in the state a por
tion of the enormous sums of money that are sent out of this section
every year for this class of insurance.
S. T. TUSKER,
W. R. MARTIK
INFORMATION WILL BE FURNISHED ON REQUEST
B. F. McNULTY & CO.,
looms !, 2 and 3 Turner Bldg. EL PASO, TEXAS
Supposed Tenderfoot at
Pastura Recovers Stol
Pastura, X. 31., Feb. 26 Night oper
ator W. R. McDowell of the E. P. & S.
W. railway Lad a thrilling experience
with, eight "bold burglars and it was only
by cool strategy and a daring display of
aerve t3iat he put them all to roue and
recovered the stolen property.
McDowell has been Jiving in a small
shantv just in the rear of the depot.
About midnight a Mexican tapped on
the window of the telegraph office and
informed thim that some tramps had
biken into his shack and were going
through 4tis trunks. He immediately
armed himself and in company with the
already frightened Mexican proceeded to
bis rocrm. On arriving there he station
ed himself in front of the only door and
commanded them to come out with their
hands up- There -were eight of them
and they all lined up in front of the
shack looking into the muzzle of two
44-Colts. One of thorn, of a rather hu
morous disposition, inquired, of McDowell
if he had a search warrant, tbat he
would like to see one before divesting
himself of his possessions. McDowell
informed 'him that his artillery contain
ed 12 search warrants and that he would
be shown all of them unless he delivered
the goods. The Mexican who had in
formed McDowell of the doings of the
burglars went through them, divesting
them of shirts, trousers, coats, 'under
wear, razors, boe, socks anil other
things which they had uurloined and se
creted. While the rperformance was in progress
extra 223 west arrived at Pastura and
as conductor Hairs could nofc find the
I operator at his, post of duty he went
i out to his room in search of "him. Just
i as he appeared on the scene the tramp
wno naa demanded a search warrant
was rebelling against being searched and
made a move as if to draw a jnin. Haire
1 struck hhn over the head with his lan
j tern, felling him. It was found that he
i really had a gun on him, but it was not
McDowell is a slender man. 24 years
of age, rather harmless looking, who S
his health, and has been regarded by the
vuwpuncuers as a lypieai xenuerroot
ble nosition m o tr?n diVmnW nfcif avoiaaDie cause -win ue
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EL PASO OFFICIALS Cf
G. H. OUT OX INSPECTION
The chief clerks are masters of the
situation in the local G. H. offices at
present, the superintendent and assist
ant superintendents liailug- gone -to the
east end of the division to meet the
official inspection party.
G. S. Waid, superintendent, with R.
M. Hoover, D. "VV. Fitzgerald and C. R.
Morrill, assistant superintendents, are
among those e-at on the road. The offi
cials are expected to reach El Paso next
GOLDEX STATE LIMITED
MUST XOT BE DELAYED
The Golden State limited west bound
is the train that is being guarded so
closely these davs. A bulletin just post-
In -Geprgy he Held several respnsi- -F JTSST IZSl lor
BOY PLEADS GUILTY TO
CHARGE OF FORGERY
Roswell, X. M.. Feb. 2G.-Henry Fos
ter, a 15yearold boy charged with forg
ery, was placed in fail.
The lad pleaded guilty before justice
A. J. "Welter and not beinjj able to fur
nish the $300 bond, was committed to
jail to await the action of the grand
The bo3 admitted, the police say, mak
ing out the check to John Jordon. en
dorsed it John Jordon and forged the j
signature of F. W. Dwystine. He made
a mistake in spelling the name "Drvis- I
wilt; luaivuu VI XlVj L1UV.
ent's office, etc. Ylien his bagcaire ar
rived at Pastura it was -thought that an
opera troupe 'had checked in here by mis
take. He parted his hafr in the middle,
wore dress shirts, a tie, socks and other
toggery which marked him as a dude.
and the cowpunchers have regarded him
nvitu suspicipn ana. at ximes resentment.
Since his roundup of the tramps he will
no doubt be placed on speaking terms
with the cowboys.
TEXAH DIES AT ROSWELL.
Roswell, N. M., Feb 26. The body of
Burr Brown, accompanied by the father,
John Brown, was shipped to "Austin, Tex.
For a Pair
These Mew Hiffy
The Kind You
in "Smith, Erown,
Jones & Go,'s"
We Are Agents
The private car Wisconsin, with the
Frazier party on board, will arrive in
El Paso, oer the Mexican Central, the
uiorning- of March 2. - !
The Sturgis party, in the private car
Independence, is due to arrive in El
Paso March 4.
The El Paso and Southwestern new
time table No. 26 is out and will go into
effect at 12:01 a. m., -the 27tb.
THINKS irew MEXICO WILL
HAVE GOOD CONSTITUTION
Roswell, X. M., Feb. 26. Hon. A. H.
Hudipcth of Wbite Oaks, Lincoln coun
ty, arrived in the citv recentlv. 31r.
Hudspeth who was a member on the
Detmoeraue ticket of the 37th leis'a
tive assembh-, said: '"I am in favor of
statehood and believe that the consti
tution, which will be framed bv the dele-
)( gates elected by the people of New
.Mexico, iwill be a good constitution."
ROSWELL LANDMARK IS
NOW BEING WRECKED
Roswell. X. M., Feb. 26. Phillips &
Reeves, who are buildinc the tonnxjrarv
jail, have secured i.ie contract to tear
down the old court house.
U ork of razing the old landmark has
Clifton Boosters Start Cam
paign Big Dam Is
Clifton, Ariz., Feb. 26. A Clifton
County Seat club as been organized
for the purpose of securing the court
'house for Clifton. I. C. Gatti was made
permanent chairman, Mat. Danenlmuer,
secretary, -John Webster, treasurer. A.
resolution was "passed to get Clifton but
tons and Clifton boosters to wear them.
The executive committee is composed of
D. L. A. W. Buitch, Lamar Cobb, Henrv
H&i, Olaf Halverson. C- H. Pascoe.
Del 3H Potter has gone to Chicago and
the east to complete arrangements for
the building of a. power and irrigation
daan at tie box canyon on the Gila, river
about eight miles below town. The
(plans call for a structure 160 feet high.
Bud & McDowell, contractors, axe
building a $1200 cottage for Mr. Denny
on Hill's addition.
Suit has been filed by tihe Arizona.
Lumber company against tie Clifton &
Xew England Copper company for $2000.
L. W. Turgeon is now manager of the
Arizona Lumber company.
The masquerade; at Casno ball, given
by the Eagles, was attended by over
200 guests. Herb English, captured: tke
Editor Vangnn and okrk of the board
of supervisors of Gnilham. county at
tended the Eagles' dance.
Ask yova" doctor if all doughs arc necessary.
If noL ihai whu couzh ? Ask him aboul
Ayzfs Chaw PcclcrcL &$&?
Stop coughing I Coughing rasos and
tsars. Stop it! Coughing prepares
tne throat and lungs for more trouble.
Stop it ! There is nothing so bad for
a cough as coughing. Stop it I Averts
Cherry Pectoral is a regular doctor's
medicine for coughs and colds.
Oninnisr rat. on .ill tii railroads will i been started and in tearinsr down the
be in effect after March l, each day for south side the cells and prisoners were
expected ih.it large num- exposed to view. Hundreds stood around
45 days. M is expected
bers of honieseelcers will be in El Paso
daily. Many will stop off here while
others will continue on to western points.
ABOUT RAILROAD TEOPliE.
and gazed at the prisoners.
C. M. Murphy, trainmaster for the east
end of .the Tucson division of the S.
P., was in the city Friday and Saturday.
Mack Ackerly, manager of the union
station buffet, has returnee from Kan
sas City, where he has been spending
a two weeks' vacation.
"W. R. Brown left over the Santa Fe
this morning' for Albuquerque. C
P. J. Guinan, ohlef clerk for the Pull
man company, with offices at the union
station, leaves tonight for Douglas and
Bisbee on business for the company, and
will spend Sunday in Douglas to see
Hamilton fly. l
E. X. Leamaster. of the local Pullman
kffice, returned from Phoenix and Pres
et, Ariz., where he has been ou busi
ness for the conipany-
J. V. Bentley. traveling engineer for
the Chihuahua division of the Mexican
Central, was hete lattely.
Mike O'Sulllvan and G. TT. "Womack,
two newly promoted engineers out of
San Marcial, are in the city on a layoff
and visiting friends.
Carl Brown, Santa Fe hostler, is on
the sick list. ,
Fireman Cpgshell, of she Santa Fe, is
Frank Wire is running the Santa ie
switch engine this -neek, for Ben Prison,
who is sick. J . '
Robert P. Tally, insurance inspector
for the Harriman system, was here re
cntlv. "Conductor Elliott and engineer Ellis,
of the passenger "plug" run between
Rijr Snrinjrs and Toah. also between
Toyali and Big Springs, same to town
today to buy a new outfit oijunipera
and see the skyscrapers
Refreshes the bodj' for
tivity of the next day.
But if the food we eat is not
fully digested it is liable to fer
ment in the stomach and cause
gas and that, may disturb sleep
so that -we rise more tired than
when we went to bed.
HAS LEG FRACTURED.' t
Juan Pedrez, living on the outskirts
of Juarez, sustained, a fracture'eg as
the result of being kicked,by horse.
ilode from wheat and barley is
pleasant to the taste and so easily
digested that sound sleep follows
a supper of this food with cream
or good milk.
' It builds up the body, brain and
. muscle and gives a rosy glow of
'There's a Reason"
Postum Cereal Company, Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
n's Furnishing Store
We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage
215 San Antonio St.
Douglas, Ariz. Ei Paso, Tex