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I Vogue Dry Goods
Remnants of all kinds.
Silks, Dress Goods, White
Goods, Etc., will be sold
by the piece to the high
est bidder at Auction.
Ladies this is your chance
to get genuine bargains.
Be on hand at the morn
3 SALES DAILY
10 a. m., 2 and 7:30 p. m
Col, Will H.Jones
Orndorff: H. M. SprouL Los Angeles,
CaL; Florence T. Thornton, Marynear;
W, H. Hodges, jr., Shreveport, La.; frs
Tom Hamilton, Mrs. TV. M. Beth. Hous
ton, Tex.; C. J. Jackel, Raton. X- M.;
J. Ml Book. Chicago, 111.; A. C. Borrows,
Denver, Colo.rxJ. D- Seedy, Xaco, Ariz.;
A. W. Rider, 'Oakland, Oal.; J. W. Har
per. West Virginia; Ben L. Davis, Han
cock, Mich.; John L. Dearing, Yoko
hama. Japan- O- Hanson, Chicago: Hal.
J. Suly, Chloride. Ariz.; Mrs. Jennie
Thomas, Decatur, HL; F. W. Milan, Vera
Angehis: Ed. Zushlag, Chicago, DL;
J. D- Wilson, Comanche. Okla.; L. R
Thayer, Sonora, Mex.; S- Flaws, Los An
geles, OaL; T. K. Jones and -wife. Chi
cago, HI.; J. E. Murphy, Douglas, Ariz.:
Mrs- L M. Arena, St. Joseph, Mo.; A. C.
Mason, Xew Orleans, La.; T. E. Oacutt
and wife, Tacoma, Wash.; H. Lynch, Chi
cago, HI.; William 0. Eddy, Chicago, 111.
Sheldon: Leon A. Prinstein, Xew
York; F. P- Thomas, Denver, Colo.;
John Picard, Berino, X. M.; B. Williams,
Albuquerque, X. M.; William Lam, Den
ver, Colo.; Mrs. F. C. Roberts and'daugh
ter, Las Gruees, X. M.; D. E. H. Mari
cault, Socorro, Tex.; A. B. Pascual, K. 0.
Ranch; A. B. Fitch, Hollywood, Cal.; M.
J Eagan, A- T. Thomson, Clifton, Ariz.;
G. C. Hont, Columbus, O.j Luise P. Cer
dis, Me ico, D. F.; A. X. Marion, S. G
Petinger, J C. Wellinger. Pittsburg, Pa.;
W. R. Kan, Kansas Citv, Moj T. E.
Mooney, Cincinnati, 0.: John W. Pratt,
a T. Sihumater, Bingham, Ala,; T. L.
Lowe, W. D- Murray, Silver City, X. M.;
L. W. Caldwell. Los Angeles; H. B.
Harding, St. Louis, Mo.; W. E. Johnson,
Denver, Colo.; T- 0. Carlisle, Erie, Pa.;
Walter M. Standt, Duluth, Minn.; Jose
Hernandez and. .wife Dr. G. L. Locke,
jr., and wife, Ft. Davis, Tex.; J. R
Smith and -wife. Chicaco; Charles C.
Hartley, J. B. Wofford, Del Rio, Tex.
St. Regis: Fred J. Sarhantt, Xew
York; Robert E- Glas3, Topeka, Kas.;
D B. Saunders, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Dr. M.
C Piatt, Chicago, 111.; Walton Patterson,
Mesa, Ariz.; 'Mrs. M- lyurnee. Mexico
Citv, D. F.; K. L. Fitzpatrick, Okla
ihoma; Gen. Anson Mills, Wilhm Keb-
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'innanf lfiiL NEW MEXICO UKLI I WEST TEXAS OUliDIirf Ld I j
linger. Washington, D. C; T. S- Har
rison and wife, Coly, Wvo.; E. C. Gam
mon. Cle'eland, Q.f J. W. Xeasham, Ot
iumwa, la.: George J. Hoffman, E. R.
Browne, Oakland, CaL; William. Morgan,
Morenci, Ariz.: T. J. Shea, ColuTibus, X.
-v; W. H. Brodie, Rhvolite, Xev.; V. E.
Myers. Los Angeles, Cal.; J. W. Wood
row, Bisbee, Ariz.; J. A. Tahm, F- Lea
veil. Cloudcroft, X. M.; Paul Brand, Xew
Orleans, La.; F. H. Tonking, -Chihuahua,
Mex.; William Cowen, Milton Frank
enthal, XewYork: P. A- Christie, San
Francisco, Cal.; H. E. Perkins and wife,
Sturgis, S. L- J. R. Smith and wife,
Chicago, HI.; W. W- Colpitis. Kansas
City. Mo.; J. B. McDermott. Xew Orleans,-
La.; R. B. McGaw, Springfield,
Grand. Central: G. C Bennett, Lin
coln, Xeh.; F. S. Jones, Mesquite, X. M-;
Harvey E. Hansen, R. W. Gholson, La
Junta, Colo.; D- F. Aragon, Moctezuma,
Son.; T. K. Bess, Xew Orleans, La.;
Charles Middleton, Carlsbad, X. M.; K.
T. Clegg and. wife, Deming, X. M-; Mrs.
J. Francis Findlayj Mesilla Park, X. M.;
E. D. Fox, Jicarilla, X. M.; T. F- "White,
Chihuahua, Mex.; George Pringle ana
son, Hot SjpringSj. Ark.
Zeige'r: Benj Williams, Dragoon Ariz.;
A, Sameniego,! Chihuahua. Mex.; M- R.
Xorton, St. L6uis. Mo.; C. 0. Mitchell,
G. F. Rossean, U. F. Dow, W- D. Lashuet,
Alamogordo; R. Legunso, Chihuahua,
Mex.; S. A. Thompson, Ft. Davis, Tex.;
John J- Means, Valentine. Tex.j R. M.
Pitner. Chicago, 111.; J. W. Xoell, Okla
homa City.; . Ward, Ft. Davis, Tex.;
F. C. Mekinney, Merced, CaL: Thomas
E- Young, Chica 111.; J. A. Macdonald,
Kelly, X. M.
Lest we forget lei's keep our money
at home and still get the best. Globe
ELLISOX CAItROLIi LECTURES
OX HIS COWBOY LIFE
Clovis, X. M., March 1. J. Ellison
Carrol1, champion roper of the world, is
lecturing and showing pictures at the
Liyceum theater. The house was
crowded to hear the cowboy tell his
experiences and describe the scenes in
An Oegant Dressing
Makes rsair Grow
Far tic Treafaeat of
, Modern In every re
spect ana tnorougnly
equippuu vu xiauuie
the most severe
rases. Located in
'Tia famoufi Pine
TfMfft Rftetion of Geonria.
1 v. rri-c. tnn nt the hlphest Doint
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. t j:n. !n n H?Trt?nns. Each and
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caseircaicaacvuivuji - rT..in tons to
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Acsrast 10. 1909. shows a complete recovery of 82 6-7 per cent. Write lor
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ALPIXE WOODMEX MOVE
IXTO XEW QUARTERS
Henlthseeker From Georgia Dies at Al
pine Xewa Xotcs ana Personal
Alpine, Tex., Marcn 1. The Woodmen
lodge and the .Woodmen Circle have
moved into their new room over the Dun
bar saddle shop. 1. B. Templeton rtvas in
Alpine recently, bringing a large stump
from his ranch which he presented to
the local camp of the Woodmen.
J. A. Pruett was in Alpine from hia
Judge W. Van Sickle and T. J, Arm
strong left lately for Fort Stockton by
way of auto in company with senator
J. R. Burton, of Kansas.
L. L. Lyles and wife, of Marathon,
are in Alpine for a few days, Mr. Lylea
having found it necessary to come to
a doctor on account of a badly injured
hand, caused by running a splinter Into
It and which threatened to cause blood
Miss Margie Phelps has returned from
Carrizozo. X. M.. where she has been
visiting her sjster, Mrs. Haenry Lacey,
Dave Dupree, who came to Alpine a
short time ago for the benefit of his
health, died Monday. The remains were
sent back to his home at Oakfield, Ga.,
Clyde Buttrill nas returned from a
trip to Del Rio and Fort Stockton.
Lpanied by his wife and mother, were vis-
W. T. Henderson shipped two cars of
fat cattle to the Fort Worth markets
Ed Meyers, of El Paso, was in Alpine
recently buying some fat cattle for the
El Paso markets.
E. T. Fuller and John Harmon have
returned from a several weeks' trip
south of Alpine, where they have been
Prof. J. J. Allen has returned to hi
home In Sanderson after visiting rela
tives at this place for a few days.
SWEETWATER XOW HAS
LODGE OF EAGLES.
School Elections to Be Held April 3
Sweetwater to Have Overall
and Shirt Factory.
Sweetwater, Texas. March 1. J. P.
Bowen, slate organizer, assisted by
Hon. W. J. Cunningham, E. P. Saunders
and S. Griffin, of Abilene, has organized
the order of Eagles here, with 63 mem
bers. A fter the organization and the
election of officers the entire member
ship partook of a banquet at the Perry
Two suits have been filed here against
the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Rail
way company. A. J. Hall asks for $25,
000 damages, and Mrs. E. L. Pope for
At the meeting of the commissioners'
court officers were appointed to hold
school elections for each of the pre
cincts of the county on April 2. It
was ordered that the exofficio salaries.
of the officers be as follows: County
judge, $850; county and district clerk,
$650; sheriff, $450. It was ordered that
the county treasurer be allowed 1 1-2
percent for receiving funds, and the
same for paying out -the same.
News has been received that a Kansas
City man will open an overall and shirt
factory here as soon as possible. He
has the machinery and will move dt here
The Mother' club met on the school
caxnpus recently and planted 60 shade
trees, to beautify the school grounds
and to afford shade.
The following delegates have been ap
pointed by judge J. Ford to represent
Xolan county at the Conservation con
gress, to be held Jn Fort Worth, April
5: Dr. J. TV. Overton. R. A. Musgrove,
M. B. Johnson, R. L.. McCaulley, T. Trani
mell and G. E. Ramsey.
PROSPECTOR IS 3IISSIXG;
FRIEXDS FEAR HE IS DEAD
Body Found in Pinnls "Was Xear Prop.
crty "Which Jim Kearney Was
About to Develop.
Globe. Ariz., March 1. The friends
of Jim Kearney, an old time prospector
of this district, are very much concerned
about his long absence from Globe. Ho
has not been seen hera for several
months and fears, are expressed by his
friends that the body of a prospector,
thought to be a Mexican, found in the
Pinajs last January, was that ot
When last seen here Kearny stated
that he had located several claims near
the Capitan mine, in the vicinity where
the body was found. He said that he
was going there to do some develop
ment work and that was the last seen
It was impossible to identify the
body found in the Finals, but it was
thought at the time that it was a
Mexican, though long exposure to the
elements and the fact that the face
had been partly eaten by wild animals,
made the body unrecognizable.
Kearny was about 48 years old and
lived in the Globe district for many
BARTENDER HAS CLOSE CALL
IX FIGHT WITH 3IEXICAX
Xogales, Son., To Have Xew Police
Station Methodist Conference Is
Held at Xograles.
Xogales, Ariz., March 1. The bar
tender of the Arcade saloon had a nar
row escape from death while trying to
overpower an intoxicated Mexican. The
Mexican was striking wildly with a
big knife, but fortunately an officer
arrived on the scene in time to seize
the drunken man, disarm him and lodge
him in jail.
Wm. Kemp of Tucson is in this city.
The city of Xogales, Son., will com
mence at once the erection of a stone
building, for police station and jail, to
cost $40,000, Mexican money.
Bishop W. A. Candler of Atlanta, Ga,
is in Xogales in attendance upon the
Mexican Methodist conference, in ses
sion in Xogales.
SHEEP OWXER THIXKS ORDER
OF SAXITARY BOARD IS GOOD
Roswell. X. M. March 1 "I think that
order of the sheep sanitary board is a
good one, especially where regards
scabies," said William Xorriss, one of
the wealthiest and most prominent sheen
owners of this city.
"The fact of paying an inspector
$3.33 1-30 look after infected camps
is a good investment and prevents the
spreading of the disease."
Desirous of Curing the Drink
We are honestly desirous of curing all
who are addicted to drink, and if you
are' interested in any one needing Or
rine we invite you to write us. Our cor
respondence is confidential and our re
plies are sent in plain sealed envelopes
Orrine Xo. 1. is the secret treatment and
Xo. 2, for those who wish the voluntary
treatment. $1 per box. The Orrine Com
pany, Washington. D. C. The leading
druggists endorsp Orrine. Sold by Kelly
& Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
TRIES TO END HIS
LIFE WITH BULLET
Tucmncari Lawyer Prevents
John Bamett From Com-
Tucumcari, N. M., March 1. John
Barnett, who has charge of a cleaning
and pressing establishment an the rear
of the Phoenix barber shop on West
Main street, according to a witness, at
tempted to commit suicide kt his room
in the Hittson building. Attorney H. L.
Boon was in the room with him, when
he drew a revolver and was in the act
of firing when Boon pushed the gun
aside. The ball glazing Barnett's head,
pentrated the partition, passing into an
adjoining room where some women
R. L. Weatherford, grain and fuel
dealer, has sold a half interest of his
business to Q. H. Martin. Mr. Martin
has taken possession of the new firnv
and will have charge of the office work.
The Women's Home Mission society
of the Methodist Episcopal church,
south, gave a silver tea at the home of
Mrs. W. X. Crofford on Third street,
Monday afternoon. The hostess, Mrs.
Crofford, was assisted by Mrs. C. H
Hlttson In entertaining the members of
A. F. Faulkenberg has leased the
Cover store room on Main street and
will open a racket store.
The stock of the Gillian Furniture
company has been purchased by Henry
Williams, who will conduct the business
at the old stand.
The fourth number of the Midland
Lyceum bureau, the Otterbien male
quartet and Bell Ringers, appeared at
the First Presbyterian church last
R. L. Patterson and I E. Sherwood,
who have been spending a few weeks
in Wyoming, have returned.
A. L. Reed, of Polo, Mo., has pur
chased a claim a few miles northeast of
Tucumcari, and will move his family
GOOD FLOW OF WATER'
IS STRUCK XEAR'XACO
Truck Gardener Strikes "Water at 300 j
Xaco, Ariz., March 1. Sinking an ar
tesian well on the ranch of J. T. White
near Hereford, Cochise county, at a j
depth of 76 feet, water was struck, J
flowing 15 gallons to the minute at a
depth of 300 feet. Mr. vt hite expects 75
gallons flow per minute. Mr. White
markets his vegetables and farm pro
duce In Xaco, a distance of 12 miles.
Xaco people who have returned from
Douglas say they were delighted at tne
work of the Hamilton man bird.
Fred Llpps is visiting his family in
Charles Montague, private secretary
to W. C. Greene was in Xaco recently.
COTJSIXS MEET AFTER
YEARS OF SEPARATIOX
Roswell, X. M., March 1. William
O'Xeil, representative of the Firestone
Fire and Rubber company, of Akron, O.,
and one of the owners of the Western
Rubber and Supply company, southwest
ern distributers of Kansas City Mo.,
who is spending h:s A-acation here at
the Grand Central hotel, nad a pleasant
surprise when he accidentally met J. J.
O' Xeil, of this city. The men who
had never seen or known the where
'abouts of each other are cousins.
J. J. O'Xeil. who is a farmer, came
west from Xew York city years ago,
and had neglected to write back home,
e is a brother of Peter O'Xeil, of R. H.
Macy & Co., of Xew York, Brooklyn and
BISBEE FIRE BELIEVED
TO HAVE BEEX IXCEXDIARY
Bisbee, Ariz., March 1. It has been J
positively ascertained that the Main
street fire of Friday night was of in
cendiary origin. Upon investigation
made by chief Davis, of the fire depart
ment, it has been discovered that gaso
line or-eoal oil was employed to start the
George Motz, with a small party, left
here recently for Cananca. aicxlco. Motz
and his companions will prospect the
Sierra Madre country in the interests of
some Bisbee people.
At the bowling tourney recently the
Jayhawkers defeated the Moonshiners
bv a mnrerin of sin n:ns.
About 160 acres of the Warren ranch, j
belonging to Hoval A. Smith, have been
leased to Fairbanks people who will
cultivate the property by exclusively j
WIFE OF CARRIZOZO SURGEQX
DIES FROM PXEUMOXIA
Carrizozo, X. M., March 1. Mrs. M. G.
Paden, wife of Dr. M. G. Paden. the
division surgeon of-sthe E. P. & S. W.
at this place, died here Monday of
pneumonia, after being 111 only a few
days. The deceased had been a resi
dent of this county for a number of
years, having lived in White Oaks be
fore coming to Carrizozo. She is sur
vived by a husband and two sons', both
sons living in Louisville, -Ky.
Albert Zeigler has returned to Carri
zozo after visiting his family at Trini
Dr. F. S. Randies is In Corona on
D. W. Glen and wife have returned
from a visit to Califorrfia points.
Pickett Warden was a recent visitor
Tularosa, X. M., March 1. S. S. Ward
came over from Artesia recently to
spend a few days with friends.
Geo. W. Marston has gone to St.
Mr. and Mrs. Pain, of Clovls, X. M.,
were here recently.
Miss Abbye Meek is home after a long
stay in Carrizozo.
Denton Simms has returned to Mes
cal ero. 1
M. I. Jackson was here from El Paso
Will Sanders has returned to Bent,
Mrs. A. C. Meek is visiting in Camp
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Stacks made a trip
to Alamogordo latelv.
H. Hampton is moving to his ranch
Alfred Meek made a short trip to La
Luz recently and purchased a new
WAXT JAIL AT SVIXIvLEMAX.
Globe. Ariz., March 1 At the next
meeting of the supervisors, sheriff
Thompson will take up again with
that body the proposition of building a
jail at WInkleman. Deputy sheriff
Ta.vi. -orhn rnmA in vesterdaVf rom that
place, has asked for a month's leave as
he needs a rest, and James Martin win
take his place there. The supervisors
i...r.nn.. 1. .-.- rof.icn.i tn authorize
m-iriuiuil nan w j. i - t
the construction of a jail at WInkleman.
VAUGHX TO OPEN READIXG .
ROOM OX ST. PATRICK'S DAY
Santa Fe Is Completing Structure for
Employes Vnnjjhn "Will Soon
Organize a Band.
Vaughn, N. M., March 1. The con
crete reading rooms under construction
by tho Santa Fe for the benefit of Its
employes are nearing completion. The
railroad men are planning an entertain
ment to be given on St. Patrick's day.
A thousand invitations will be sent
The committee appointed by the
chamber of commerce to solicit funds to
buy instruments for the band, has been
very successful, and a band will be
Postmaster Leonard A. Hardie went
to Roswell to inspect the auto mail
route from there to Vaughn recently
finshed, and will return with the first
trip of the auto service over the line.
Dr. E. C. Riley has sold his hotel
here andy will leave at once for El Paso
to make nis home.
N. F. Hall is fitting up the building
recently occupied by N. M. Coldwell. He
will move in his stock of groceries, and
will add tinware and other notions to
N. C. Caruthers intends to enlarge his
meat market soon.
N. M. Coldwell has sold out his busi
ness here and will leave soon on a visit
to his parents in Texas. Later he in
tends going to Xevada.
Willard Hicks, who has been spend
ing some time with his parents here,
has returned to Oklahoma.
PAYS BACK TAXES.
Globe, Ariz., March 1. H. A. Larsen,
familiarly known as "Hook" Larsen, a
resident of the northern part of Gila
county for many years, recently paid
into the county treasurer's office the
sum of $1475. This represents taxes
due the county by Larsen for the years
1902, 1904, 1905, 1906, and ,1907, to
gether with penalties and court costs.
Had he paid two years ago without
suit, he might have .settlea ror $812.76,
the difference between this latter
amount and the amount paid in, namely
$662.24, representing penalties pre
scribed by statute and costs, not to men
tion his own attorney's fees.
DIES FOLLOWIXG OPERATIOX.
Roswell, X. M., March 1. Mrs. C. D.
Wilson, aged 55 years, of 208 Walnut
street, died at St. Mary's hospital fol
lowing an operation. Deceased had been
a resident of Roswell for 16 years
She is survived by a husband and five
children, all of Roswell, two grown
sons, Touey Wilson, formerly of El Paso
and Fred Wilson, formerly connected
with the Roswell fire department; Mrs.
J. B. Reeves, wife of contractor Reeves;
Misses Mable and Hattie Bell Wilson.
Monterey, X. M.. March 1. George
Marr is down from Cloudcroft, visiting
friends and attending to business.
William Sanders has returned to Bent,
after a few days' visit with his parents.
W. D. Tipton has returned from a
visit to his familjT"in El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hunter and baby
are reported very ill from la grippe.
Misses Hazel Shelton and Kate Ker
ney have returned to Alamogordo, after
a visit with friends here.
Mr. Ward, manager for the Felice
Cattle company, Is in town on busi
ness. PAXIC SPREADS A3IOXG
PASSEXGERS AFTER COLLISION
Philadelphia, Pa, March 1. During a
dense fog this morning the ferryboat
Camden, with 600 passengers, crashed
Into the ferryboat Wenonah as the lat
ter was about to leave the slip. The
Camden's cabin was crushed in and nfne
persons injured. A panic spread among
the passengers of both boats, but was
Miss Clara Ross has returned from
Globe, Ariz., where she spent two month
wkh her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. X
Mrs. W. X. Richardson, of Gallatin,
Mo., is here visiting her daughters. Mrs.
A. D. Smith and Mrs. R. C. Mathews.
SKIN NEEDS Oil TO CURE ECZEMA
Since the old eczema theory of cur
ing the blood has been exploded, and
since the sticky salves, which clog
the pores, have been found actually
injurious, all the best specialists are
now agreed on a liquid remedy ap
plied as a wash.
We do r know of any eczema
wash which fflpares in value with the
old standard remedy. D. D. D. Pre
scription. We KXOW its merits.
This simple, soothing wash, a mix
ture of oil of wintergreen, tnymol,
glycerine, etc., takes away the itch
instnntl the very moment you wash
the liquid into the skin. Xow we
know this; we can vouch for this; ana
we can prove it to you instantly if you
want Jo try D. D. D. Prescription.
And it is on account of our con
fidence in D. D. D. that we have ar
ranged with the D. D. D. Laboratories
of Chicago for this special offer for the
present; if there is anybody in this
itown suffering with Eczema (no matter
if it is a chronic case of twenty 3'ears),
or -alt rheum or any eczematous rash,
and if you have never before tried D.
D. D. Prescription, come in or send iu
to our store and we will give you a
trial bottle at only 25 cents (regular
bottle Is priced at $1.00). We'll con
vince you instairtly 4he iceh disap
pears at ONCE and we back up this
statement with our name. Kelly & Pol
lard. CasEgii Slopped!
Finest, purest, most pleaiant to
use. nd clres Instant relief to
couch 3 or nay foTcr and catarrh.
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sther remedies fall. "We ccaraatea
Daaderlne. All DrnKists, 25c, SOc ad
41, or xend thin Ad vrith 10c (xtaaapa r
eilver) for a larjrc fre mraple.
KNOTVLTOX DAXDCRLXE CO,
IS THERE A GrHOST i
ON ANG-E STEEET?
Policeman Gives Chase to a
Woman in White But
Fails to Catch Her.
Policeman Murray is not a believer
In the spirit world, yet he was nearly
convinced that phantoms exist when he
was surprised on his beat at the cor
ner of Ange and Wyoming streets Mon
day night by the appearance of a weird
figure in white.
He saw the figure of what he be
lieved to be a woman walking in her
sleep and, though she was two blocks
away, he immediately gave chase, only
to be eluded by the woman, who dis
appeared just as he reached the cor
ner. For some time past, residents of the
Franklin Heights section have been
"seeing things at night" and many
were disturbed by the appearance of
the strange figure dressed in white.
The opinion is expressed by the offi
cer that It was a woman who is a som
nambulist and who arose from her bed
clad only in her night clothing and
wandered about the streets, but no one
has ever been able to get close enough
to her to see who she is.
When Rubbers Become tiecssssry
And your shoes pinch, shake Into your
shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, the antisep
tic powder for the feet. It cures pain
ful, swollen, smarting, sweating feet,
and takes the sting out of corns and
bunions. Just trio thing for patent
leather shoes, dancing parties and for
Breaking in Xew Shoes. Many people
cannot wear heavy stockings comfort
ably without shaking Allen's Foot-Ease
into the shoes. Sold everywhere, 25c
Sample FRDE. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted. Le Roy, X. T. Don't accept any
!7c PER DAY
BUYS THE BEST
Dr. Gk E. CAMERON -
Full Set Teeth (best teeth.) $10.00
3 Reliable dentistry at reasonable
A few reliable agents who will pnfc
up bond to handle game fighting
cocks in Mexico. I breed the best
strains in 17. S. Address,
ALFREb F. GRAHAM
First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TUKSEY. Chairman
JOSHTJA RAYXOLDS, President.
James G. iTcXary, Vice-President. Walter 31. Butler, As3t. Cashier
Jno. f. Raynolds, Vice-President. Franci3 B. Gallagher, Asst Cashier
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
WE SOLICIT YOUR
,, M0KEHEAD, President GEO. D. FL0RY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT Vice res.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
Rio Grande Valley
W. Turney, Prest.
T. Turner, Vice Prest.
Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
J. H .Nations, Pres. Crawford Harvie, J. M. Goggin, Vice Ptp
John T. McElroy, V. Pres. W. E.
National Bank Of Commerce
- EL PASO, TEXAS
CAPITAL STOCK ....; -..$200,000.00
Promptness, Safety and Careful Attention to the Wants of Our Customers Is
the Policy of This Bank
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Plenty of fresh air, sleeping
out-doors and a plain, nour
ishing diet are all good and
helpful, but the most import
ant of all is
It is the standard treatment
prescribed by physicians all
over the world for this dread
Hicpa;p- Tt is the ideal food-
medicine to heal the lungs 1
and build up the wasting
Send 10s., name of paper and this ad. for our
beautiful Sarings IJanfc and Child' Sketch
Boot. Each bank containsaGoodLuckPonnj.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St. N. Y.
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FiNE SHOES IN THE WORLD,
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES."
"I have worn W. L, Douglas shoes for ths
sast six years, and always find ihey are far
superior to all other-high crade shoes in style,
zomfort and durability-" W. G. JONES.
119 Howard Ave.. Utica. N. Y.
If I could take you into my large fac
tories at Brockton, Mass., and show you
hc-v carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you -would realize -why they hold
their shape, fit better, -wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other make.
CJLTJXXOX See that W. L.Doog!as came and prica
i3 stamped on the bottom. Take A'o Mulmtitute.
It your dealer cannot fit you trith W L.DongIas shoes,
write lor 3Iall Order Catalo?. "W.L.DoasLis, Brockton,
Slasi. job SAX3 3T
E. C. PEW & SON
221 Saa Astsato Hi.
nfe Crewicy Co.
331 Texas St EI Paa, Texas
Bath & Trust Co.
W. E. Arnold. Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
AND PROFITS $150,000
IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Anderson W. L. Tooley, Cash. 9