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nervous breakdown, following the death
oi his father, J. J. Hagerman.
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SECURE MORE PEXSIOXS
A Little DiapeDsin makes j stand why Dyspepsia trouble an
JiUUv' ii'i' . kinds must go, and why they usually
your oiib-oi-order Stomacn
feel fine in five minutes.
If what you just ate is souring on
rour stomach or lies like a 4ump of
lead, refusing- to digest, or you belch
das and Eructate sour, undigested
food or have a feeling , of Dizziness,
Heartburn, Fullness, Nausea, Bad taste
in mouth aud stomach headache this
A full case of Pape's Diapepsin 'costs
only 50 cents and will thoroughly cure
-vojr out-of-order stomach, and leave
sufficient about the house in case some
one els,e in the family may suffer from
stomach trouble or Indigestion.
Ask your pharmacist to show jou
the formula plainly printed on these
50-cent cases, then" you
relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or
Indigestion in five minutes. Diapepsin
is harmless and tastes like candy,
though each dose contains power suffi
cient to digest and prepare for assimi
lation into the blood all the food you
eat; besides, it makes you go to the
table with a healthy appetite; but,
what will please you most is that you
Trill feel that Tour Htoiuach and intes
tines are clean.and fresh, and you will
not need to resort to laxatives or liver
pills for Biliousness or Constipation.
This city will havt many Diapepsin
cranks, as some peor.ie will call them,
but you wHl be cranky about this
splendid stomach preparation, too, If
you ever try a little for Indigestion or
Gastritis or any other Stomach misery.
Get some now. this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of Stomach Trouble
will under- i and Indigestion
ROSAVEL.L RALLIES TO C03IPLETE
Roswell, X. M-, March 4. As a starter
on the fund of $2500 needed to com
plete the Roswell-liincoln-Carrlzozo
road, 850 has been raised by the Ros
well Commercial club. Among the
speakers were: Dr. Laws of Lincoln;
I). Watson, treasurer of Lincoln county;
J. W. Lewis, engineer in charge of the
work; George Titsworfch, of Capitan; at
torney A. H. Hudspeth of White Oaks;
E. A-Cahoon, cashier of the First Na
tional bank of Roswell, and James F.
Hinkle of Roswell.
The work started will so forward to
tiTMi TV '? 1W ilfr tTi - SsmfSimia
HAYS MIR HEALTH
RESTORE GRAY HAIR 8 I
FORMER ROSWELL POLICEMAX
TO ROPE LIONS IX AFRICA
Roswell, N. M., ilarch 4. Tom Love
less today heard from his brother, M.
! D. (Rustier) Loveless, who accom
panied "Buffalo" Jones and "Silent"
Means on a lion hunting expedition to
Africa. Mr. Loveless, who was former
ly a policeman in Roswell, married Miss
Bertha Hanny, sister of Albert Hanny,
the first assistant cash-ier of the First
National bank oi Roswell.
Young Loveless is supposed to be oce
of the most expert ropers in the world
and his brother "Tom" here is willing to
wager any reasonable amount of money
that "Rustler" will rope and secure
aliva a lion in "Darkest Africa."
The party, financed by Francis TV.
Bird, of New York City, took with them
12 of the finest cow ponies to be found
in Lincoln county, N. M.
FLORIDA MAX AFTER
MIXES IX DURAXGO
Torreon, Mex., March 4. B. 1L Bal
botin, of Tampa, Fla., through his
TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR and BEAUTY.
Satisfy Yoxrself by SexdistS Noafora
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
Cut this adv. ont end mail with your
name and address, and zo cents to
PHILO HAY SPECIALTIES CO.
20 Clinton St., Newark, N. J., U.S A.
KSLLY & POLLASD.
j representative, engineer Isidro Gonzalez,
i has applied for titles to four large
groups of mines in the San Juau de
Guadalupe district, state of iDurango.
All of the mines are located on the
Cedros ranch, owned by Americans of
the Continental Mexican Rubber cora
Tho properties embrace zinc bearing
veins as well as good values in silver
and lead. Since it has become quite
certain that a zinc smeker is to be built
In Torreon, or this vicinity, numerous
J zinc mines have been taken up and are
I being developed.
Bciesrnte Cameron Make?: Arizona Xom
inations for Cadets to the Xanl
Washington, D. C, March 4. Delegate
Andrews bar. introduced a bill to pen
sion Capt. J. S. Esquibel, company E,
Third New Mexico Infantry, for $30.
Delegate Cameron of Arizona made
nominations to Annapolis naval acad- i
emy, the principal being Harold Howard
of Winslow; first alternate, Stanley
Livingston Wilson, of Prescott; second
alternate, Alfonzo Lawrence Dunklin, of
Cameron also secured an increased
pension for Uziah Mach, of Tucson, a
member of company K, 100th Illinois
Infantry, aud a pension of 15 from the
bureau for Henry .Zenner, of Price,
Ariz., a member of company A, 18th
New York .cavalry.
Naco, Ariz., March 4. Albert R
Harrington, an employe of the C. & A.
Copper company, of Warren,. was a re
cent visitor in Naco trj-Ing out a noise
less motorcycle belt which he says fills
the requirement in every particular and
fills a long needed want.
L C. Shirttuck. Pattison, and other
prominent mining men, came out from
La Cananea en route to Bisbee. They
visited Cananea on mining business of
B. Schwab, owner of La Francisa
stores in Mexico, passed through Naco
en route to Los Angeles.
Rev. Father Mier drove down from
Bisbee on parochial duties. It is learned
that in the absence of the bishop, father
Mier has supervision of the parishes
In Bisbee, Douglas, Tombstone, Benson.
Naco and vicinity.
Nearly everyone attended the moving
picture show at the Naco opera house.
Justice of peace J. M M. Hall, con
stable J. J. Newell, of Naco, and James
Kelly, a cattleman and ranchman, of
Ramsey Canyon. Huachuaca mountains;
James Gamble, of the United States
custom service, and several others left
Naco for Lowell, Cochise county, as
witnesses in the case of the territory
of Arizona vs. Robert T. Frazier and
John S. Williams. The district attor
ney was assisted by Ed Flannagan.
Attorney- George Neale is defending
ANNOUNCES FOR OFFICE.
Roswell, N. M.. March 4. N. J.
Fritz, of Hagerman, has announced as
a candidate for renomlnation to the
office of county commissioner. Fritz
defeated exgovernor Herbert J. Hager
man for the commissionership, Hager
man being the nominee of the Repub
lican party against him.
GROCERY CHANGES HANDS.
Roswell, N. M., March 4. B. W.
Blair, R. E. Blair and Frank P. Blair,
brothers, who located here three years
ago from Clinton. Mo., have bought out
thu Watson-Finley Grocery company
and have changed the name to the
Monarch Grocery company.
Mayor Authorized to Sign a
Contract With Port
El Paso will ere long witness the
construction of a garbage incinerating
plant of 40 tons capacity daily to cost
$50,000 and a sewage disposal plant
which will not exceed 540.000 in cost
This was decided upon Thursday by
mayor Sweeney and members of the
city council when they discussed two
bids presented for the construction of
tho incinerating plant. One of theso was
presented by the Public Works Engi
neering company, of Portland, Ore., and
its bid was for $57,357, while the Power
Specialty company, of New York, bid
$61,700, but neither concern bid on the
sewago disposal plant. The two bids
were rejected as they were considered
too high, the council having Issued
bonds in the sum of only $100,000 for
(the construction of the two plants.
For a time it looked as though mayor
Sweeney would have to reconsider his
determination to quit the mayoralty
this year and hold over for it seemed as
though it would be necessary to adver
tise again for bids, dropping the plans
nresf-nted bv Herrintr and Fuller, the
New York engineers, who prepared the I
plana for the two buildings.
However, Fred P. Smith, of "the pub
lic works engineering company, of
Portland,, presented a proposition which
the council decided to accept and the
mayor was authorized to sign a con
tract with him.
Smith agreed to present (the plans' for
the two buildings, to protect the city
on all patents and give bond in the sum
of $20,000 for the two plants if built in
He agreed to leave his plans open
to public competition but said he would
not allow the plant to be constructed
except under the supervision of the
company that he represented. He showed
plans of several plants which had been
designed and constructed by his com
pany. Smith will remain in the city until
Saturday morning, when he will report
back to the city council and the con
tract will be signed.
0TIVITY IN EL
H. J. IIAGERMAX ILL.
' Roswell, N. M., March 4. The condi
tion nf PTjrnvemnr TTorhprf T Vfnrfr-
.- . D
1 man remains unimproved, and he is a
' very sick man. He has not been to the
J office for several weeks and although
i he is not bed-ridden he will not an-
swer telephone calls.,. The nature of
his illness is not known, only a general
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United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600,000. 00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TURNEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYNOLDS, President.
James G. llcXary, Vice-President. "Walter M. JButler, Asst. Cashier
Jno. M- RavEolds, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier
EDGAR W. EAYSER, Cashier.
SKEEP SHIPPED TO CHICAGO.
Roswell, N. M., March 4. A trainload
of 27 cars of sheep were shipped from
tho Riverside stockyard.-, to Chicago.
This consignment of 7000 sheep was
I shipped by Jaffa, Prager & company.
the pioneer merchants of Rosweli.
WE SOLICIT YOUE BANKING BUSINESS
C. R- MOREHEAD, President GEO D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. K. BASSETT, Vice Pres,
L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't. Cash.
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
1'ularosa, N. M., March 4. B. C. Gray
a:id Carl M. Gray, of El Paso, are
Mrs. G. TV". Marston, r.Irs. M. B. Rog
ers, Mrs. C. L.. Sibley and TValdon Sib-lej-
made a trip to the mountains lately.
rather Migloii is attending the feast
at Messia Park.
Thedora Rogers is suffering from vac
cination. Miss Susie Davenport, who has been
dangerously 111, is some better.
BRIDGE CATCHES FIRE.
Roswell, N. M., March 3. The Bayard
street bridge over the Hondo river, In
the city limits caught fire. Prompt
work by the Roswell fire department
saved the bridge.
Eeal Estate Transfers Con
tinue Numerous County
Has the Fever.
Steadily El Paso building improve
ments continue, and if the permits is
sued Thursday can be taken as an in
dication, March will show up exceed
ingly well in the matter of improve-
ments. Nine were issued during the
day, and although most of these were
for minor improvements, they indicate
that many buildings are to be recon
structed and considerably improved in
accordance with the general ideas that
are being carried out by property own
ers in making their homes and buslnc
houses more attractive and better
adapted to their uses.
That summer is fast approaching is
indicated by one permit issued to jus
tice E. H. Watson, who likes to sleep
out in the cool air, and has decided to
enlarge his sleeping porch on his Mon
tana street residence.
Among the deeds filed are three from
Van Horn, Texas, showing that the con
tagion of real estate activity is spread
ing all over El Pasa county, and that
the ranchers have the fever.
Marriage licenses are not numerous
at this time, owing to the Lenten sea
son, but Dan Cupid manages to give
out one or -two diplomas each day.
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TO VISIT IN EL PASO.
Roswell. N. M.. March 4. Mrs. War
ren Stine has gone to her old home in i
El Paso for a visit of several months.
Mr. Stine conducts the only exclusive
shoe store in Roswell.
THE DAILY RECOED.
' OFFICIALS OUT IN AL'TO.
Roswell, N. M., March 4. County
school superintendent C. C. Hill and
assessor Guy H. Herbert left today in
an auto with a camping outfit for a
ten days' trip on the plains, east of
Roswell to look after the duties of
their respective offices.
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
W. W. Turnej', Prest
S- Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Mnrchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SUBPLUS AND PEOFITS $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
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg tj.
J. F. WilKams j j
- YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY
H. J- Simmons
i ' -
J. H .Nations, Pres.
John.T. McElroy, V. Pres.
W. E. Anderson
J. M. Goggin, Vice, Pres.
TV. L. Tooley, Cash.
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
Medicine Free in Every Case
Where it Fails to Relieve.
Neglect or pessimism, we believe, is
the greatest enemy the public has to
contend with when applied to the loss
or recovery of health. Practically every
case of consumption might have been
cured if hope "had been maintained and
proper treatment had been resorted to
at the first symptom of the disease. Un
til the advanced stag is reached con
sumption is curable. Catarrh is respon
sible, we believe, for many cases of con
sumption. It is about catarrh we want
to taiK to you today, incidentally con
sumption, since the two are so closely
We have a medicine made from a pre
scription of one of the most successful
catarrh specialists known. TVe believe
it is positively withovt an equal. TVe
are so satisfied that we are right, that
we will supply the medicine free in
every instance where it is used accord
ing to directions for a reasonable
length of time, should it fail to give
satisfaction in every particular. TVe
want every one to try this medicine at
our risk. There are no conditions at
tached to our offer. TVe put the user
under no obligation to us whatever.
The medicine we want you to try is
Rexaai Mucu-Tone. It is a catarrh
remedy that goes direct to the seat of
trouble. It is carried by the blood to
every part of the system. It purifies
and enriches the blood, tones up the
mucous cells, ard brings about a con
dition of health and strength that tends
io present tiie germs of consumption
from getting a start. Besides this,
Rexall Mucu-Tone is a wonderful ap
petizer, digestive aid and flesh builder
Its good effects are often felt from
the very first dose. It is one of the
largest and most satisfactory selling
medicines that we have ever had any
thing to do with.
Weknort- so much of the great good
that it has done that we personally
back it up with our reputation and
money, which fact should be ample
guarantee to satisfy anybody. Rexall
Mucu-Tone comes in two sizes. 50 cents
and $1.00. TVe urge you to try it. Re
member you can obtain Rexall Reme
dies in El Paso only at our stores The
Rexall Stores. People's Drug Store and
Kelly & Pollard.
San Elizarlo, Texas J. M. Lujau and
wife to Byrd H. Paget, G 1-2 acres in
San Elizario town grant; consideration
S1000. MarchJ. 1910.
Savannah street, between Lowell and
Lackland streets, Grandview Oliver H.
Scott and wife to Hattie N. Robinson,
lots 4, 5 and 6r block 3, Grandview ad
dition; consideration ?100. Nov. 24,
Alamogordo street, between Cebada
and Luna streets, E. El Paso Mrs. Sal
lie M. Williams to Gustav Brockmotler,
lot 30, block 76. East El Paso addi
tion; consideration 525. Feb. 24, 1910
Southwest corner Latta and Walnut
streets, Woodlawn E. C. de Baca to
Jun We San, lots 1 to 10, block 24,
Woodlawn addition; consideration 1050.
Jan. 12, 1910.
Orchard Park Noah Haydon and
wife to Chas. T. Nagle, lot 36, block 4,
Tobln's Orchard Park addition; consid
eration SI 90. February, 1910.
S California street, between Ange and
Octavia streets, Pierce-Finley addition
TV. Li. Hamilton and wife to R. B. Alves,
lot 24 and east half of lot 23, block
292, Pierce-Finley addition; considera
tion $3100. Feb. 26, 1910.
Louisville street, between Division
and Courchesne streets, Altura Park
E. A. Pumphrey to Mrs. Ellen Pum
phrey, lots 14 and 15, block 11, Altura
Park addition; consideration 175. Feb
Mobile street, between Byron and
Russell streets, Grandview Grandview
Realty company to C. H. Jacksou, lots
II and 12, block 45. Grandview addi
tion T consideration ?300, March 2, 1910
Fort Boulevard, between Division and
Courchesne streets, Military Heights
Military Heights Land company to Se
vera Mora, lot 27, block 11, Military
Heights addition; consideration $50
Feb. 25, 1910.
Tobin, Texas Frank R. Tobin to Fe
lix Velarde, "lot 25, block 175, Tobin,
Texas: consideration $30. Feb. 26, 1909.
EI Paso county Ynez Candelari'a and
wife to Abraham Molina. 607 acres in I
iiocorro grant; consideration $50. Feb.
Ysleta, Texas Jas. C. White to D. G.
Helneman, 17 acres in Ysleta town
grant; consideration $400. Jan. 15. 1910.
Van Horn, Texas C. W. Scott and
wife to C. A. Marley, lot 9. north half
of lot S, block 49, Van Horn, Texas;
consideration S65. June 9, 1909.
Van Horn, Texas C. TV. Scott and
wife to Herbert H. Brown, lot 9 and
north half of lot S, block 49. Van Horn,
Texas; consideration $110. Feb. C, 1909!
Van Horn, Texas C. A. Marley and"
wife to TV. P. Geasling. lot 9 and north
half of lot S, block 49, Van Horn, Texas;
consideration $80. July 13, 1909.
To Dr. H. E. Stevenson, to build brick
tool room and storage house, 16x33x18
feet, lots 11 and 12, block 17, Satterth-
waites addition; estimated cost $475.
Copyright Hart Schafiher & Ma
particular about style, about fit, about the shape
keeping qualities of your clothes; be just as particu
lar abdut quality, too; be sure you get all-wool
fabrics in the clothes you buy, whatever you buy
and whatever price you pay.
The two makes of men's clothing that we sell the H: S. & M. and Knp-peimeimef-ifer
yon all you' want in clothes; better styles than the aver
age tailor bah possibly design; better workmanship than he can produce;
and every fabric strictly all wool. The best isn't too good for our cus
We made our selections carefully this springy only got two or
three suits of a land; for we know that particular men don't want
to meet "their suit" every time theT go out. You'll appreciate
this exclusiveness we know, for it lends individuality to the
clothes you wear.
Now, we want you to let us show these grand clothes. Don't feel that -because yon look vou
will be urged to buy we'll show you jiist as cheerfully whether yon come to look or to buy.
The clothes themselves are the most convincing arguments we can offer wiy you should buy
Suits $20.00 to $40.00
Of course you'll ''blossom out" on Easter Sunday
with a new tie to keep the new suit company.
The new ones that came to us this.-lnst wi-- are
just about the handsomest you ever sa-Wi They're
made of a heavul quality of fancy and striped
silks in the eorurct spring colors,
Fancy Hese for Men
You'll find it rather hard to choose in this stores
there are so .many, and such attractive kinds to
select from silk lisle in all colors and black, fancy
scripts, plain blacks and colors embroidered in,
fancy designs, and the good, plain, substantial
kinds as well,
25c to 75c
75c and $1.00
The "Popular Special" $4-00 Shoe for Men
Why pay $5.00 for shoes when you can get the "Popular 'Special" for
$4.00? As dressy, as well made, orr as stylish lasts as any shoe in the mar
ket. A splendid line of Men's Oxfords in patent leather, Eussia calf, viei
kid in black, tan and brown. Also the new two-eyelet pump in patent
leather with military heel one of the very dressT things in men's foot
An Unequalled Value at A$40O a Pair
and 24. block 92, Bassett addition; esti
mated cost $30.
To . Mlchaelson, to build cigar stand
of brick. 12 feet high, lot 22 block 4.
Mills map; estimated cost $2o0.
To J- C. Rocha Bros., to build adobe
residence, 10x12x20 feet, lots 3 and 4.
block 20, Bassett addition; estimated
To Francisco Terrazas, to build two
room residence 9x14x20 feet, 26 and 27,
block 32, Bassett addition; estimated
To "W. H. Valentine, to remodel and
To W. W. Greek, to reconstruct roof ' repair Y. M. C. A. building adding bed-
on residence, 8x10x10 feet, lots 22, 23 I rooms by construction of partition, lot J
11. block 21, Satterthwaite addition; es
timated cost $250.
To E. J. Snyder, to extend porch,
5x6xS feet, block 1, Satterthwaite addi
tion; estimated cost $15.
To E. P. Watson, to build screened
sleeping porch addition, 9x2Sx8 feet,
lota 29 and 30, block 74, Franklin
Heights addition; estimated cost $80.
To J. "W. Shanklin, to build brick
residence, 22x40x12 feet, lot 16. block
110. Campbell addition; estimated' cost
Iilccnsed io Weil.
Arthur E. Hauptloj and Ada V.
For El Pasp and vicinity: Fair to
night and Saturday.
For New Mexico: Fair tonight and
For West Texas: Fair tonight and
Saturday; not much change in temperature.
Globe Mills Graham Flour and Whole
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the roll?.
"Nuff Std. Try a ?ack. At all grocers.