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EL PASO HERALD
Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle. A men may
scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good
health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means
a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and
new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way
will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think
clean, clear, healthy thoughts.
He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood
disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stom
achs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood.
Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Golden
prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clecn
end healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure,
clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh.
It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and
prostration. It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs.
Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness. Dr. Pierce s Pleasant FeN
lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy.
Palace Cafe, H. B. Thompson,
El Paso Herald Offices.
A- E. Richards, Jeweler.
International Book Co.
"Win. Moeller, Real Estate.
Lobby Cigar Stand.
H. Ii. Howell, Real, Estate,
ag-ent Herald Bldff.
T. W. C. A. Lunch and Rest
John Brunner. Tailor.
J. F. Milner, C. E. E. M., repre
Eenting the White Sands Co.
Hiss Pauline Hllpert, Dresa
R. I. Nichols, Attorney at Law.
Colorado National Life Assur
ance Co., E. McMillan, Gen. Agent.
Southwestern r-ortland Cement
The Public Stenographers Co
jlrs. Jessie E. M. Howe and Miss
Ruth Williams. Proprietors.
The Wm. Jenninr Co JEJnffl
seers and Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist, Reading Rooms.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson. Mrs. "Win.
Noble China Decorations.
Drs! Satterlee & Satterlee. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlee and
Dr. nettle Satterlee.
Carter & Robertson. Mill, Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
The Standard Home Company,
E. L. Joseph, District Manager.
Mrs. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra,
ne Ludlow-Saylor "Wire Co.
J. E. Robertson. Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper Valley
Le & "Woodyard, contracting
El Paso Printing Co., Herald
building, facing G. H. & S. A.
1 tracks and jiain street.
Mexico northwestern Rail
Tk.- lo Grande, Sierra 3Iaart A
Pacific Rnllroad Co.
Ib Fact ,
NOV. 14tfc. 1809.
Effective this date Passenger
trains will leave our NEW STA
TION, corner Calles COMERCIO
CIUDAD JUAREZ at 1 P. X.
NTJEVA CASAS GRANDES 7 7P. M.
RetHTBias Leaves ,
NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 12:15 P.M.
CTDDAD JUAREZ 6 P. M.
Thus bringing Nueva Cas&s
Grandes and Intermediate points sev
eral hours nearer El Paso and vice
versa, and allowing patrons oppor
tunity to transact v.eir business
and be home next day.
HUNTING and FISHING such as
found nowhere lse on North Ameri
Write for full particulars.
H. C. FERRIS. T. R. RYAN,
General Slgr. Traffic SIrr.
DRINK MILK DRINK
PLENTY Or IT DRINK
EL PASO PIRE--M1LK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
eteak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented cows;
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
El Paso Dairy Co.,
Phones: Bell CM0- Anto 1150.
Office 313 N. Oregon.
Fare s One-Third
NATIONAL LINES OF .MEXICO
have made this low rate to the world renowned
Santa ftosaiia Hot Springs
TAKE SUPPER IN BL PASO, BREAKFAST AT THE SPRINGS
Tickets sold on the certificate plan, good for 30 days
returning. Most powerful and searching waters
known. Most agreeable climate. Hotel accommoda
tions first class in every respect. Rates varying to
suit all purses.
Tickets on sale at Union Station or City Ticket Office
Postal Telegraph Bldg.
A. BTTLOHERY, City Passenger Agent.
Proprietor and Employes
Nogales, Ariz., March 3. The Ameri
can clothing factory, warehouses and
retail store in Nogales, Son., have been
closed and sealed by the new federal
inspector, Senor Larrea.
One of the proprietors, I. B. Fleischer,
all the office force and the male oper
ators have been arrested and are either
in jail or under strict detention, but the
girl operators are at liberty. Richard
Fleischer, another proprietor, escaped
arrest by "being on the American side.
The arrests result from information
given by spies and alleged smuggling
is being investigated according to re
ports from the Mexican side.
Tho northwestern Mexican mission
conference has just closed its annual
meeting which was held in Nogales.
There -were visiting members in at
tendance, besides some nine or ten
Mexican ministers as follows:
Bishop Warren A. Candler, of Atlanta,
Ga.; Rev. J. H. Fitzgerald, Durango,
Mex.; Revs. W. B. King and J. B. Cox,
Mexico: Rev. Jas. Thacker, Mazatlan,
Mex.; Rev. J. F. Corbin, P. E., Los An
geles, Cal.; Rev. Jas. E. Crutchfield,
Phoenix, Ariz.; Rev. I?. Macune, Tor
reon, Mex.; Rev. T. E. Campbell, Duran
go, Mex.; Rev. A. Marston, El Paso,
Texas; Rev. I. B. Newberry, Chihuahua,
Mex.; Rev. Mr. Suutherland, representa
tive of the American Bible society.
Beginning with the evening of March
4. the Santa Cruz club will entertain
the -women of its membership and their
guests each Friday evening at cards
and dancing. The women will have
exclusive use of the club rooms on
Miss Marion Roach, after -spending
several days with her friend, Mrs. Teron
Richardson in Nogales, has returned to
her homo in El Paso.
Nogales may arrange to celebrate the
opening of the Tucson-Nogales rail
road whichwill be completed near the
first of May, as Tucson will do.
MORE HAY SHIPPED
FEOM PLATEAU, TEX.
Derby Hat Saves Man From
Injury When Kicked
Plateau, Tex., March 3. J. R. "Webb
has shipped a car of Taboso hay to E.
F, Crab tree, Westbrook, Tex. This is the
third car he has shipped this season,
the other two being consigned to Mid
land and Big Springs people. He still
has many tons left, all of -vvhlch was cut
from one section of land, nine miles
southwest of here, netting him $18 a
Mr. Bennett, of El Paso, accompanied
by his wife, passed through here recent
ly in an Oldsmobile machine en route
to Sweetwater, Tex., camping out en 1
route. The 142 miles had been traversed
without mishap, though deep sand in
some places delayed them.
Harry Akard had tne crown of a
derby hat he was wearing crushed in by
a vicious kick from a mule he -was
hitching to a wagon. He was not in
jured. Mrs. Clyde Myers has returned from
a visit to El Paso.
Mrs. A. C. Kendrick and children have
gone on an extended visit to her par
ents at Mineral "Wells. Mr. Kendrick Is
In EI Paso on business
J. L. Mills has purcfessed ibe four
sections of Ed Rowley northeast of
Mr. Hall has sold one, section of his
land southeast of town to Navarro coun
ty persons; consideration $6000.
"WANT NEWSPAPER MEN
TO VISIT COURTLAND
Courtland, Ariz., March 3. At a spe
cial meeting of the Courtland cham
ber of commerce and mines an invi
tation was extended to the press ot
Bisbee, Douglas and Tombstone to visit
Courtland and learn the correct condi
tions as they exist here.
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Parker, who con
ducted the Cochise restaurant here,
will take charge of the Southern hotel
The last of the machinery has ar
rived for the Commonwealth mill at
Pearce and the stamps wi41 be pound
ing out the yellow metal before the
month is over.
Rev. Mr. Cheek is a delegate to the
Laymen's missionary convention at
k 1 ooav s iiews or 10c virecii
K asm nirnnr anngirif rnn nminnn THSl nsniORD
MID fllM lOltl rori HMLIiUAlJ rOn bHULDOBO
Del Rio, Tex., March S. Railroad
busines ma ma hamt shtmt llmthesthehm
this community for the past several
weeks culminated in a mass meeting at
the courthouse, the like of which has
never before been seen in Del Rio. In
the afternoon a patriotic parade was
j formed at the schoolhouse and includ
ed every school child, not excepting the
kindergarten, the young women of the
city in automobiles, the business men
of the town, all headed by a brass
band. The floats upon which the school
children rode were decorated "with ban
ners bearing all sorts of patriotic ex
pressions regarding the Orient railroad,
the children were all supplied with flags,
and the vehicles were decorated.
Every place of business in the city
-was olosed during the meeting and re
sult was the largest meeting ever held
in. the town.
The school children were massed
on the platform and during the program
Child "Was Apparently "Well
"When Placed in Bed
Clint, Tex., March 3. After placing
her infant daughter in a bed, Mrs.
Robert J. Carr returned within a few
minutes and was horrified in finding
the child dead. When the mother placed
the little girl in the bed she was ap
parently well. Heart failure is be
lieved to have been the cause of death.
Funeral services were conducted at
tho home, Rev. H. P. Bond of El Paso,
officiating. Interment was made in
Mr. Rawlings, sr., father of Dr. J. A.
Rawlings of El Paso, was a visitor at
the Robert P. Richardson home and
while here visited the doctor's ranch
near San Elizario.
Among the recent El Paso visitors
were, D. N. Reid, M. C. Sansom, D. D.
Peters, John Celum, H. H. "Williams, T.
S. Kerr and Walter B. Franklin.
There will be a ball at the new store
building Friday night.
Gailey and Clark have a large force
of men at work here now laying the
sidetrack to tha new county road.
"W. H. "Wingo of Wills Point, Texas, is
here now disposing of his alfalfa, which
ho bought aud stored here last sum
mer. W. D. Krebaum and wife left lately
for Sierra Blanca.
WOODMEN CIRCLE MEMEBERS
SURPRISE ALPINE WOODMEN
Lodge Session Is Closed for Entertain
ment Desks Are Purchased
for Now School.
Alpine, Tex., March 3. The members
of the Woodmen's lodpre -weie entertain-
od hv the women Of the oodmen (Jircle
J.. J.V.n? Tirvrr. lioll T'Vlrt Irvlrrn "it-o c in 5P5- I
sion .-when the -women arrived and took
them by storm, but after the men found
out the Circle members had. brought
along some delicious refreshments, they
decided, all unfinished business fcould
wait until the next meeting, immediate
ly closed the lodge and turned the house j
over to the women- Speeches, music and j
singing were part of the program which j
had been arranged.
W. M. Ferguson has shipped IS cars
of steers from this place to Wellington,
Kas., the same having been bought from
J. W. Kokernot.
G. W. Blackburn having sold his ranch
interests in this county has gone to Cali
fornia to hunt a new location. His fam
ily will follow as soon as !Mr. Blackburn
decides where they- will move.
Miss Ina Taylor entertained a large
number of young people at her home
recentlv with an 'infant's party." The
men being dressed in short trousers and J
the young women in short dresses.
Prizes were won by Virge Fuller and
Miss Iva Rooney.
Judge W. Van Sickle and senator J.
R. Burton have returned from Fort
F. A. Hornbeck and wife have arrived
in Alpine from Fort Stoekton, Mrs.
Hornbeck going from here to San An
tonio. Arthur Mitchell of Maria was a visi
tor here recently.
The school trustees have closed a con
tract for a full supplv of desks and fur
niture for the new $30,000 school build
ing which is now under construction and
will be in readiness for the next session
Dr. B. F. Berkeley has returned from
a visit to East Texas.
Sheriff J. A. Walton is visiting in El
R. L. Xevill was in town from his
GLOBE CHAMBER MAY
HANDLE BALL TEAM
Globe, Ariz., March 3. If the move
ment to start a ball team to represent
Globe during the coming- season pro
gresses as well as it has begun, there Is
little doubt that the city will have
plenty of sport this summer.
The chamber of commerce is taking
an active Interest in the matter of or
ganizing a team, and if proper arrange
ments can be made It Is purposed to
have the chamber assume the manage
ment of baseball affairs in the city and
handle the funds.
Secretary Rohrabacker visited super
intendent G. H. Dowell of the Old Do
minion company and asked the coopera
tion of the company In giving employ
ment to the ball players and Mr. Dowell
assured him that the company would do
The plan Is not o have a salaried
team but to get good jobs for the play
ers and pa' them for the time they
would lose because of games or practice,
and It is believed that a speedy aggre
gation can be got together.
DALHART WANTS CONVENTION.
Dalhart, Tex., March 3. At a meeting
of the local cattlemen it was decided
that Dalhart will make a bid for the
1911 cattlemen's convention and the
Dalhart delegation to Amarlllo, on"
April o and 6, will be instructed to use
its Influence to bring the next conven
tion to this city.
sang the national hymn and other songs,
with specially prepared verses bearing
on the bringing of the Orient railroad
to Del Rio. The made quartet rendered
several selections along the same line
and a string band interspersed the pro
gram with "Dixieland other pieces.
Each Student Fledges Si
Each scholar of the high school has
pledged ?1 to the bonus fund and the
money is being earned. Five girl mem
bers of the 10th grade have earned $30
by selling candy. The girls of the ninth
grade served lunch at the mass meeting
and made about $50 for the fund. It Is
expected that the school children of the
city will donate at least $500 to the
fund and every dollar of it will be earn
ed. Entertainments of various kinds
are planned and the spirit that has been
injected into the proposition by the
work of the scholars is having an Influ
ence that cannot be compared with any
other movement so far produced.
Over $5000 was raised at . the mass
meeting and the matrons and young
folks of the city are still at work.
Alfalfa Meal Mill Is Also
Planned Fruit Grow
Lake Arthur, N. M., March 3. The
L.ake Arthur Commercial club held an
enthusiastic meeting to discuss a num
ber of enterprises, among which are
canning factory and an alfalfa mill.
The canning factory committee re
ported progress and the committee in
charge of the alfalfa mill proposition
brought in a report entirely complying
with the terms proposed by the pro
moters. After the adjournment of the Com
mercial club meeting, those present or
ganized the Lake Arthur Fruit and
Truck Growers' association, electing the
following officers: Dr. J. W. McCray,
president; A. N. Gibbs, vice president;
X. H. Gregg, secretary and treasurer.
TWO BOYS START
OUT TO SEE WOELD
Lads Are Missing from Tu-
cumeari Good Shale
Found for Brick.
Tucumcari, X. M., March 3. TVilliam
Crosby, aged 14, and Chiles King, aged
11. have left town and cannot be lo
cated. The officers were informed of
their sudden departure and have been
assisting the parents In searching for
them. The boys were seen by a farmer
several miles south of here, but could
not be traced further. It is believed
their intention in leaving home Is to
see more of the world. ,
S. W. Bufice, who came here recently
from Colorado for the purpose- of es
tablishing a brick plant, says that
the shale he has discovered north of
here a few miles will make a fine
brick. Th9 clays and soils here, he
says, are not desirable material for
the manufacture of brick, but the
stone and shale are excellent. He is
organizing a company to establish a
plant near the city.
The "Wells Fargo Express company
has moved its stock and office fixtures
from the rooms in the First National
Bank building to the International
Bank of Commerce building.
The Masonic lodge, of this city, has
arranged to give a banquet once each
month to the members of the lodge.
The managers of the different bar
ber shops of the city have all agreed
to instal sterilizers In the near fu
ture. Joseph TVertheim, manager of the
dry goods department for the M. B.
Goldenberg companj- has accepted a
position as traveling salesman for a
St. Louis wholesale dry goods house.
The LInde News company has moved
from its location in the Sun building
to the building formerly occupied by
the Palm Leaf parlor.
Lewis P. Hedgpeth, who has been in
charge of the Mesa Rodunda school
which has closed its winter term, has
gone to visit his parents at Phoenix,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Johnson are visit
ing relatives at Giles, Texas. x
Mrs. Anne E. Bourne, who organized
the local hive of Maccabees has gone
to Las Vegas.
DAXCE GIVEX AT MARFA;
Marfa, Texas, March 3. A dance
was given recently at the Marfa opera
house. A large crowd was present.
The Alpine string band furnished the
music. Messrs. Thompson, "Warren
Bloys. Ray Powell and Jim Powell, of
Fort Davis, attended.
Dave "Wease made a trip to Shatter
In his auto recently.
Leo Moore is home from Sierra
Blanca for several days.
"Will Traylor, of El Paso, was a re
cent visitor to Marfa and Shafter.
H. D. Hoskins, of El Paso, was a
recent visitor to Marfa.
The' children of the public schools
observed Texas Independence day by
having a holiday.
Mr. and iMrs. Tom Crosson are In
from their ranch.
J. "W. Blackburn was in Marfa from
his ranch lately.
Mr. and Mrs. TV. R. Ake are here
from Alpine and have taken quarters
at the St. George hotel.
Mrs. A. z. Porter is home from a
visit to relatives in El Paso.
Miss Lulu Bunton has returned from
a visit to San Antonio and will go
to her home at Shafter.
Mrs. Gus Roeche has returned from
a visit to relatives and friends near
DALHART RAISING MONEY
FOR $10,000 HOSPITAL
Dalhart, Texas, March 3 A movement
is on fooj among the local physicians
to build a $10,000 hospital in this city.
Several thousand dollars worth of stock
has already been subscribed.
The promoters are at present making
a canvass of the surrounding towns to
secure subscriptions for stock. The
hospital Is to be a model in every respect.
Rruit Trees in Pecos Val
ley Are Building Big
Acreage in Cotton.
Carlsbad, X. M., March 3. Geo. Fow
ler.proprietor of the Model Meat Mar
ket has completed the arrangements
for the Instalatlon of a cold storage
plant In his place of busines?' vvbich
will be the initial sfe; m that direction
in this part of the vs'ley. It will be of
sufficient capacity to store eggs and
country products for the fall and win
ter market t, in addition to the demands
of his business. The machinery has been
ordered and the work of installing the
refrigerator will begin at once.
At the adjourned session of the coun
ty commissioners' court it was .ordered
that the county assessor assess all real
estate in the county at one-fourth of its
commercial value, which will materially
Increase the rendition for the coming
Rev. W. L. Enefer, of Canton, Kas..
has purchased a tract of 40 acres of
watered land in the valley and is mak
ing his home here. He will fill the
pulpit of the Christian church each
L. TV". McCray has traded his farm
south of town for oil land In Kansas.
The consideration was $3500. Mr. Mc
Cray purchased ap alfalfa farm four
miles south of town about two years
ago, but has been compeled to seek a
lower altitude on account of his wife's
One of the most interesting meetings
ever held in the valley, of the Farm
ers' institute, was held at Malaga. There
was a large attendance of the farmers
of the valley present and a most en
tertaining prografi was rendered. C. H.
McLenathen of this city delivered an
address which pertained to the relation
of the local merchant to the farmer.
The discussion which followed was a
spirited one and brought out many
points of vital importance. A basket
dinner was served by the wives of the
Fruit Trees Budding.
The warm weather of the past few
days has started the fruit buds to
swelling and unless a sudden change In
the weather prevents another day or
two will see all of the fruit trees in this
part of the valley in full bloom. The
farmers are already preparing the
ground for planting. A large acreage
of cotton, one of the staple crops of the
lower valley, will be planted. It has
proved to be one of the best producing
crops in this section, yielding from
three-fourths of a bale, on the poor
land, to one and one-half bales on the
The sacred concert rendered by the
band in the -court house square was en
joyed by a large number of Carlsbad
music loving people. The music was
especially good and shows the rapid
.progress which is being made by ihe
band under the leadership of its new
director, Prof. Joe Bunch, who recently
came from Abilene.
A letter received in this city from H.
A. Houser, the excashier of the National
Bank of Carlsbad, dated In Honolulu,
states that he is enjoying a pleasant
journey on his tour around the world.
Mr. Houser and J. R. Joyce, the presi
dent of the First National bank of this
city, are both making a tour of th?
world. Mr. Joyce has been abroad for
the past six months, having gone by
way of the eastern route. When last
heard from he was rapidly losing him
self In the wilds of Africa exploring
tho scenery of the upper Nile.
MARFA PEOPLE GIVE
Missionary to Give Lecture at Methodist
Church News Notes and
Marfa. Tex.. March 3. The "Spin
ster's Return from the Klondike," piven
it the town hall, was a decided success.
There were many old fashioned costumes
worn. Those who took part were:
IMesdames Mahan, Maurer, "Williams,
Geo. Crosson, Chas. Crosson, Robt. Mc
Cracken, Dick McCracken, Hubbard, Col
quirt. Gillet, Woodward. Roberts, Mid
kiff, Ohastain; Misses Kane. Kilgore,
Clme, "White, Xicolls; Messrs. Barnes,
Mrs. Parker. a missionery from China,
will lecture in the Methodist church
Mrs- F. E. Gillet of Alpine is visiting
Mrs. TV. W. Boel of this city.
Mrs. Mary Humphris of El Paso is
visiting her son, John Humphris
L. D. Bunton of Shafter was in town
for a few days lately.
Mrs. Asa Porter and little son. Horace,
have returned from a visit to El Paso.
Joe Bunton and sister, Miss Loula,
have returned from San Antonio.
L. C- Brite has returned from El Pao.
Mr. Brite has 'purchased the electric
Sam Bunton of Valentine is a visitor
Miss Dora Kilgore is visiting Mrs. Jes
sie Pool at the ranch.
Oliver Biliingsley, Riley Smith and
Milt Chastain nave gone to Presidio in
The banks and the public schools clos
ed for a half holida3 Wednesday.
NEGRO I1RIDE ARRESTED
SHORTLY AFTER AVEDDIXO
Globe, Ariz., March 3. Locked up in
a cell in the county jail within 12
hours afttr her marriage was the fate
which befell Bassie Gray, sometimes
known as Bessie Harrison, a negro
bride. The wedding was quiet and very
informal 'Tommy" Watts being released
from her cell in the county jail which
she is occupying during tc pendency of
a burglary charge, ,in jrder to act as
Near the corner of Mesquite street,
the bridal couple encountered Irene Lil
liebridge. and the bride is said to have
i taken occasion to talk about the lat
ter s ancestral history. Irene had a war
rant issued for the arrest of the bride
on a charge of disturbing th peace.
Solomonville. Ariz.. .March s. fuiion
Little, of Globe, Ariz., is visiting friends
t--ie. .ir. iiuie nas started to his old
home in North Carolina for a visit.
The Fair association at Snfford is
having some good races. A number of
good horses have been on the track and
more good races are promised.
Frank Ringgold Is here for a, few days
from Globe. Ariz.
Miss Josef a Michel ma is still very
Globe Flour, bot bv test,
and the pa roll in El Paso.
ROAD IS OPEN
Eanehers Near Ysleta Will
Soon Make First Cut
ting of Alfalfa.
Ysleta, Tex.". March 3. The road which
runs through the Payne ranch, down
past J. J. Smith's has been made a
county road and has "been graded. This
adds greatly to the convenience of the
Percy Peterman is here for a few
days from the Gold Gulch mining prop
erty In New Mexico.
George Buchanan and Walter Coles
were in El Paso Wednesda3-
Mrs. A. L. Peterman and Wm. D.
Lansden, jr., are in El Paso, the guests
of Capt. and Mrs. R. E. Seay.
Rev. J. B. Cockrill held quarterly
conference of the Ysleta Methodist
church at Valley Inn. He was accom
panied by Rev. H. P. Bond, minister in
charge, and R. L. Lander, of El Paso.
The canal is full of water and a num
ber of ranchmen are Irrigating their
land. The first cutting of alfalfa will
be ready in a few days.
ctTTCtTi-771 nrncf T3THT "E? A C?TT
BY CLOYXS POLICE
Jury Holds That E. J. Mc-
Gannon Came to His
Clovis, X. M.. March 3. The end of
the two days' session of the coroner's j
inquest over tne remains or r.. o. jic
Gannon ended late yesterday afternoon.
Both men held as suspects were com-
fletely vindicated and released. One of
he accused men accompanies the re
mains to deceased's home at Indianapo
lis today. The Masons will march from
the undertaking establishment to the de
pot in a lare body.
The stomach and 'left lohe of the liver
were taken out and sent to Chicago for
analysis for poison.
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TUEXEY, Chairman,
JOSHUA KAYXOLDS, President.
James G. McXary, Vice-President. Walter 31. Butler, Asst. Cashier
Jno. M- Eavnolds, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashiear
EBGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
WE SOLICIT YOTTB
C. R. MOREHEAD, President GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Prea.
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 HONEY.
Rio Grande Valley
VT. W. Turney, Prest
S- T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
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. Xohlberg B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams J- H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
W. E. Anderson
J. H .Nations, Pres.
John T. McElroy, V. Pres.
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000.00
Promptness, Safety ana Careful Attention to the Wants of Our Customers Is
the Policy of This Bank
Pine Ridge Sanitarium
August 10, 1909,
Illustrated booklet. Dr Ceo. Krown.
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2Tew Comer Is Elected Pres
ident Fifty Members
Del Rio. Tex.. March 3. State com
missioner of agriculture Ed R. Kone and
director of farmers' institutes J. W.
Xeill. organized a farmers' institute at
the courthouse here. The meeting was
attended by about 75 people Interested In
in the development and Improvement of
agriculture and horticulture in this sec
tion and this spirit was further mani
fested by the attendance of many women.
Henry T. Williams, who lately located
here coming from the fruit district
about Colorado Springs, and who Is go
ing into berry culture on a large com
mercial scale, was unanimously elect-
ed president; Capt. S. H. Barton, vice
president, and Bernard Brown, who xs
planting Magnolia figs on a commercial
basis, was chosen secretary. About 50
members were enroled and the Institute
is now well on its way for an active
campaign for the good of the com
munity. Dry farming and the scientific culture
of the soil was well cared for by those
on the program and the conservation of
moisture in the soil was forcibly ex
plained and exploited. Meetings will
be held monthly and great good Is ex
pected to come from this move which
was brought about by the commercial
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Medicines that aid nature are always
most successful. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy acts on this plan. It loosens
the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the
secretions and aids nature In restoring
the system to a healthy condition. Sola
by all druggists.
Bank & Trust Co.
"W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Mnrchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
J. M. Goggin, Vice, Pres.
W. L. Tooley, Cash.
For the Treatares! oE
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spect and thoroughly
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the famous Pine
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in Fultca county, just 4-j miles fxtxn Atlanta.
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case treated accordinj: to Its own Icdividual seeds.
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shows a complete recovery of 82 6-7 per cent. Write for
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