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News Of the Great Southwest
PASO HERALD Apm.
News Of the Great Southwest
Tliursdav.
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
319 San Antonio Si,
Solicits Your Patronage
Capital Stock $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. F. P. JONES, V-Pres
A. F. KERR, Cashier LEEH. CREWS, Asst. Cash'r.
CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
EFFECTUALLY; DISPELS
COLDS, AMD HEADACHES
DUE TO CONSTIPATION.
BEST FOR MEH. WOMEN
AND CHIiMtEH-YOUMG
MIDLAND PEOPLE TOUR ORIENT;
PRESENT FOR 3IIXISTER
Midland, Texas. April 14. A number
of Midland people left for ICew York
this morning- -where thfey -will, on ApriJ
20. sail on the steamer "Alice" for the
orient-- Rev. J. C. Burkett, pastor of
the First Baptist church: John M. Cow
den, a prominent ranchman, his "Wife
and daughters. Misses Kitty Belle and
Mary; Miss Bernlce Cowden and Mes
daanes M. J. Hlggs, J. P. Collom and
Mrs. Sterling, from California, were
numbered among the party.
The members of the Baptist church
presented their pastor. Rev. J. C. Bur
kett with a purse of $700 toward de
fraying his expenses on his trip to the
orient. This gift came as a surprise to
the minister, who has been serving his
church 10 years.
SOCORRO NEWS NOTES.
Sacorro, X. M.. April 14. Mrs. Nellie
Taft, of El Paso, was a guest of her
sister, Mrs. Dave Anderson, of this city.
Conductor Dave Anderson lost his
finger on his left hand while coupling
cars in the Santa Fe yards.
Miss Lena Price has ' returned from
Albuquerque.
Sol Luna papssed thrqugh Socorro in
his large touring car en route for his
sheep ranches where he will remain for
the lambing and shearing season.
Dr. Clark, Carl Hilton and E..N. Ho
bart attended the New Mexico Midland
dance at San Antonio.
The new school house in the eastern
part of town has been completed.
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ROUNDUPS ARE ON
IN PECOS VALLEY
Eddy County Commissioners '
Approve JBridge Work.
Carlsoad News.
Carlsbad, N. M., April 14. Jones
Bros., among the largest cattle grow
ers on the west side of the river, have
begun their annual spring work. The
first roundup -was held at Cass's draw,
about 10 miles south of town. It will
reciuirp ahonr si-- it-paVs to nomnlete the
f work.
County surveyor Cunningham escorted
county commissioners Beeman and Gra
ham on a tour of inspection over the
county, in his automobile the latter part
of the week. They visited the new
ITTAS TvTTPrexr T5Trixnp"Kr
IN FALL FROM HORSE
A T
Tired? Just as tired in the morning as at
night? Things look dark? Lack nerve
power? Just remember this: Ayer's
Sarsaparilla is a strong tonic, entirely
free from alcohol. It puts red corpuscles
dnes the best doctors endorse. Consult into the blood : nives steadv. even nower
your am doctor freely. JlFi to the nerves : strengthens the digestion.
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Mafe no mistake. Takeonlyhosemedi'
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IiOWell. JTass.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL
EFFECTS-ALWAYS BUY
THE GENUINE.
MAKUE&CTD1ED BY THE
bridges at Malaga and Artesia, and alo town
Cowboy Killed Xear MasrcLa-
lena Building Boom Is
On There.
Magdalena, N. M., April 14. The body
of J. "W. Allen, who was killed at the
V X T ranch, west of this city was
shipped to "Willis Point. Texas, where !
he has relatives. Allen was rounding j
up some cattle and had just roped a
yearling when in some manner the j
horse was thrown and the man had his !
neck broken.
Magdalena is beginning
ouiluing boom, which promises to
finlinso thnt nf lnct 5iimmA -whon -mnnv
substantial buildings were added to the j effects of its wonderfully ex
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EVERYBODY CAN HAVE BEAUTIFUL
i-i HAIR NOW, and they don t have to
wait weeks and months for results either.
You will notice marked improvement after
the very first application.
JJanderine is quickly and
another ; tj,oroughIy absorbed by the scalp
and the hair soon shows the
SOD BY ALU LEADING' DRUGGISTS
ONE SIZE ONiY.r&nJtfiRPRICESO'ABOTILE
RAIN AND HAIL
FALL AT PORTALES
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A Head of Them, All
The Ideal Type of the
American Pioneer
The pioneer and ifteal type of high-grade American
cigarettes
PIE
CIGARETTES
Made of the' choicest selections of the rich, fragrant
tobacco grown in the famous Piedmont district.
Pictures of your favorite base-ball players in the "big:
leagues" are now in Piedmont packages.
lO for 5c
Piedmont Cigarettes are packed In TIJV FOI?t
r
Fanners Are Greatly Bene
fited STew Settlers in
District.
Portales, X. M., April 14. The fall
of rain here has been exceptional, com
ing with excessive hail showers. The
hail stacked up on the roof of Ed. J.
Mers furniture store until the drainage
was blocked and he found his drug and
furniture rooms covered with water.
The rain is of incalculable value to the
farmers.
.T. TV. Austin, of Johnson, Arft., has
exchanged farms with Ed. J. Steward,
who has 160 acres southeast of Portales.
Mr. Austin has returned to Arkansas to
move his effects and Mr. Steward Is
shipping a carload of stock and furni
ture together with Mr. Shephard, of
Inez, who Is also moving to Arkansas.
T. J. Pruett and family have arrived
from Reed, Oklahoma, and have moved
into the Wise place, purchased some
time ago.
Milton Brown, of Texico, has been
appointed agent of the Kemp Lumber
company here and Mr. Ldnley, who for
merly held that position has returned
to Roswell.
P. E. Fuller is back from El Paso,
where he attended a meeting of the
government irrigation engineers Mr.
Fuller has moved his family here from
l Phoenix, Ariz., until he completes his
work on the irrigation project.
The F. I. C. Dramatic club gives its
first entertainment Friday night. There
will be two plays and a moving picture
show with songs and music.
Mrs. H. F. Jones is going for a visit
to her son in Oklahoma. She will be
gone for several weeks.and on her re
turn will finish up all pending business
of the D. A. C.
Mr. Munroe, -manager of the Joyce
Print company, is going to build a bun
galow adjacent to those of Dud Hardy
and "W. I. Linkart, and they have named
the street Bungalow street.
The armory is about ready to open
up and a celebration on the opening
night at the formation of the company,
the belated. Spinster convention and a
combined1 minstrel and dramatic per
formance by the P. D. C. is already on
the program.
the earth work is being put in at the
south approach to the La Muerta
bridge. They approved all of the work
done so far.
Mrs. F. F. Doepp entertained friends
at her home in honor of Mrs. Crutcher.
of Roswell, who has been her guest for
the past few daj-s.
Mrs. F. L. Hopkins received a mes
sage announcing- ..the serious illness of
her father, J. M. Kelton, at Dallas,
Tex.
J. D. Hagler and wife, of Fort "Worth,
Tex., have arrived in the city and are
looking after their ranch interests
southwest of town. Mr. Hagler recently
purchased the Lucas & Reyrlolds ranch,
cattle and horses which is considered
one of the btst ranches in this part of
the country.
R. Ohnemus is demonstrating his faith !
in irrigation in the Pecos valley and is
having a well dug on is place, three
miles southeast of townj which meas
ures four by six feet in size, and from
which he Intends pumping water for ir
rigation purposes. He, already has a
vineyard consisting of about 10 acre?.
already planted and as many acres of
orchard. I
In the east part of town three new
residences are in the course of erection
and will be finished and ready for oc
cupancy shortly. On the east side of
Main street, Frank G. Bartlett, of So-
hilarating and life-producing
qualities. It is pleasant and
easy to use simply apply
tt to the scalp and hair
once a day until the
corro, has begun the erection of two iajr begins to grow.
uusiness nouses, tne urst or wnieh is up ;
TO START WORK
ON NEW LINE
SOLOMO.TVILLE XOTES.
Solomonville, Ariz., April 14. Miss
Lily Bishop went -to Globe, Ariz., to at
tend the wedding of Miss Lydia Sparks.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McAles
ter, a daughter.
An extra venire of 20 jurors has been
made to assist 4n trying the numerous
cases. It is the heaviest court calendar
In years.
The Aid society met with Mrs .Ben R.
Clark. ,
I. E. Solomon has returned from a two
months' stay on the coast. "While away
he visited his daughter, Mrs. Julius
Witzler, who lives In Los Angeles, Ca
tunm ' " ' " ill
ALFALFA
AND FRESH FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER
SEEDS
CALL ON OR WEITE TO
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TrTTED ACTD CHIHUAHUA STREETS
DEALERS LN
KAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED
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T is a splendid idea to begin each j
meal with a dose of the Bitters.
It gives appetite, aids digestion!
and prevents any after-eating dis
tress. Insist on having
Road to Be Constructed
From Roswell to Tn-
cumeari Notes.
Roswell, X, M., April 14. Alvin R.
Morrison, the prompter, who went over
the line of the proposed railroad be
tween Roswell and Tupumcari, has
wired secretary Bedell of the Roswell
commercial club, that arrangements
have been made for an additional three-
fourths million dollars in bonds for the
construction of the road and there will
be "something doing" very soon.
The Industrial Supply & Equipment
company informs secretary Bedell that
Mr. Morrison has made all arrange
ments with it to furnish the equipment
needed for the building of the road.
At a deoth of 485 feet the drillers
sinking an artesian well for "W. G. Ham
ilton, four or five miles southeast of
Roswell, struck a flow that spouts 19
inches above an eight inch casing. It
took three days to drill the well.
Robert Beers, secretary of the Chaves
County Fruit Growers association says
he is certain that alfalfa growing "in
an orchard lowers the temperature and
increases the danger of damage bv
frost.
W. F. Hinds's fine race horse, valued
at 5500, broke Its leg as he turned In
a race at the Roswell fair grounds and
had, to be shot. The horse ran nearly
a hundred yards after breaking its le&
in spite of the efforts of his rider to
stop him sooner.
Saloon men threaten to establish a
town at the head of North Spring river
and locate 100 families there so that
they can legally have saloons, as a
result of the success of the prohibition
ticket in the recent municiipal election.
and enclosed, the carpenters are at
work on the interior. On. the corner
west of the ranch supply store, a large
two story -adobe building is being
erected and when completed will be oc
cupied by Jiistiniano Baca, -dealer in
wool, hides and ppelte. This building It
25x90 feet.
"Work on the J. Frank Romers resi
dence just east of this building is be
ing Tushed.
A woven wire fence has been added
to the Presbyterian church property.
Mrs. O. F. Pickarts and family have
arrived from Clifton. Arizona, and will
make their future home in Ihls' city.
Mr. Pickarts fc employed in the Becker
McTavish store. T,he family Is comfort
ably located in the Stevens property in
tne east part of town.
J. H. Taylor,, who was appointed cen
sus enumerator for Magdalena and
Kelly win begin work April 15. '
Adolphus McCalluni has arrived from
Chicago and will remain indefinitely.
Juan Garcia has discontinued his
watch repairing business in this city
and expects to devote his time at his
ranch west of here, where lie is en
gaged in the sheep business.
A soon as arrangements can be made
the Magdalena Development company
expects to Increase the capacity of Its
pumping plant. The rapid growth of
the town has made the plant now in use
entirely too small and the company re
alizes tlie need of a much larger plant.
The town has more than doubled since
the plant was installed.
then two or three
times a week till
desired results are
obtained.
A lady from California writes
in substance as follows:
I have been using your wonder
ful balr tonic for several months
and atlast lam nowblessedwlth u
wonderful suitof batrthat meas
ures over 43 laches In length; the
braid Is over 8 Inches around.
Another from New Jersey:
After using sixth bottle I
am happy to saj- that I have as
nice a head of hair as anyone in.
New Jersey.
SLEEPING CHILD
HAS CLOSE CALL
Woman. Prevents Mexican
Prom Slaying Babe Pris
oner Slashes TYrists.
Bisbee, Ariz.. April 14. Juan Enci
nas, a Mexican, is alleged to have at
tempted to kill a baby at his house in
upper Brewery gulchr according to the
police. Encinas attempted to plunge a
butcher knife into the sleeping child
and assaulted a woman who interfered
just In time to prevent him committing
the crime. Encinas escaped acros3 tho
line and is somewhere in Mexico the
police saj-.
Harry Glenn, who is in jail on the
charge of carrying, concealed weapons,
attempted to commit suicide by slash
ing his wrists with a nail and a pieco
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Tlils sends this free coupon tothe
Ost K&osUen DiBtJwlas Co., Gales,
with their name and address
and 10c In silver or stamps
to pay postage.
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Hairy Growth and Does Xot
Burn the Skin.
MAST CATTLE ARE
DYING- ON RANCHES
Conditions Reported Bad in "
San Rafael Yallev Xo
gales iNews.
SEXT FREE TO YOU FOR TRIVL.
of tin. He had. succeeded in partially
se-ering- one of the arteries when
deputy sheriff Bauer entered the jail
with some prisoners. Glenn was soon
discovered and medical assistance sum
moned while the impromptu knives
were taken away from him. Glenn
stated that he was tired of the jail life
and he did not care to live, and had no
relatives or friends who cared for him,
according to the officers.
With a sixshooter in his hands and
his face red with anger, a man entered
the house at No. 41 Brewery Gulch and
threatened a bunch of men with death
if they would not depart at once from
the place. Every man left the house.
A meeting- of local Insurance men was
held for the purpose of lowering' the
rates of insurance- It was decided also
to make an, organization for mutual
self protection.
MOVTERET, X. 31., XETVS.
Monterey. N. M., April 14. iTr. and
Mrs. E. L. Rockwell have gone to Kan
sas City, to visit with 3Irs. Rockwell's
parents. Mr. Rockwell Is agent here. I mother at Alamogordo.
OSTETTER
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTER
i&k.
ENGINEERS DRAUGHTSMEN'S
PHOTOGRAPHERS'
INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES
Fred J, Feldman Co.
308 San Antonio St.
SOUTHWESTERN SAXES AGENTS KEUFFEL & ESSER CO, OF N. Y.
II Pass Trysik Faefirjf
Trunks, Bags and Suit Casea
made, repaired and exchanged.
Opposite postoffice, across
Plaza. TeL 1054: Auto 19S&.
DRINK MILK DRINK
PLENTY OF IT DRINK
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There is more food value In one quart
of El ;Paso Pure Milk than there is In
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. 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
air-tight bottles.
EI Paso Dairy Co.,
Phones: Bell 340; Ant 1158.
Office 313 S. OraxDa
Xogales, Ariz., April 14. Word from
the San Rafael vallej. In which the
Greene Cattle company' ranch is situ
ated, is that the drouth Is affecting the
country severely and that cattle are dy
ing in large numbers on all the ranges.
Information from Guaymas. Mex.. is
that on April 24 the Ryall concession,
which covers all the vast mineral re
gion situated between the Yaqui and
Tecoripa rivers, from their Junction
near Cumpas up to the towns of San
Antonio de la Huerta and. Tecoripa, in
cluding several hundred. square miles
of rich mineral localities, will expire
and will not be renewed.
Franklin F. Towle. of Globe, territor
ial census supervisor, has been in Xo
gales to confer with the census enum
erators as to the best method of cov
ering the county.
I. Ephraim. president of the Xogales
Water company, has returned from a
trip to Los Ancrelec.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Heady of the Greene
cattle ranch, who were visitors to Xo
gales, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
George Purcell, of Kansas City, Mo.,
were en route to points on the Pacific
coast
Mrs. Cha. F. Fowler entertained at
bridge whist at her home on North
Railroad street.
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His place was taken by night operator
:L. O. Spencer, while J. C McGraphery,
.of Newman, is taking Mr. Spencer's
place as night operator.
I. O. Wetmore has returned from Car
risozo. William Sanders Is reported very ill.
He was brought down from the Bent
mines to his home here. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. Turner are here visit
ing with R. S. Tipton.
George Bent has received two more
carloads of machinery for the Bent
mines.
Watt Gilmore has returned from Alto,
X. M., where he took a bunch of stock
cattle.
SNOW FALLS AT
OARRIZOZO, N. M.
Ground Is Saturated With.
Moisture Comet Is
Observed.
Carrizozo, X. M., April 14. Snow fell
here for an hour and the temperature
has dropped several degrees. Snow ha3
fallen in the mountains, which was
badly needed, as the courrtry around
here was getting pretty ry: The
ground Is well saturated with moisture
now, which facilitates spring- plowing.
Halley's comet has been observed here
by early risers. The cortret can be seen,
rising over the Tucson mountain about
4 oclock in the morning completely out
shining Venus, (which, at present, is the
morning star.
Mrs. H. B. Dawson
is visiting her
Hu B. Chase has gone to Oscura whsra
he will begin, taking, the census of the
now, which facilitate plowing.
CHILDREX WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who "value their own com
fort and the welfare of their children,
should never be without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil
dren, for use throughout the ' season.
They break up Colds, cure Feverish
ness. Constipation, Teething Disorders,
Headache and Stomach Troubles.
THESE POWDERS NEVER FAIL,- Sold
by all Drug Stores, 2oc. Lent accept
any substitute. A trial package will
be se'nt FREE to any mother who will
address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. T.
FINANCIAL.
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WORKS BLOCK BROS., Prog$J.
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Phene SSSS Crawford Theater BIdg., Opp. Piaza
xax aet jeu spring suit can be made to look like new. Prices reasonaux
Gloves cleaned second to none. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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i. Sisifon GoiHpany
STATIONERY SPECIALISTS
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St. Bell Phone 680
Tabor's Metal Weather Strips
S" TJZ "SrJS? mt I Craig, O'Bonneli & Co., 86n. Agts.
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RUBBER STAMPS
AND STATIONERY
EX. PASO. TEXAS. 6
I Phone Bell 43. Chamber of Commerce Blag, SQsCFs:(FQ
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MALAGA RANCHERS
j PAY FOR WATER
Cantaloupe Growers Putting
in Many Acres New
Roads Planned.
Malaga, N. m.. April 14. The finan
cial condition of the farmers under the
Carlsbad project i? much better than it
was thought to be a few weeks ago, as
i. payments have been made
with the exception of two or three. All
are using water freelv and alfalfa Is
looking fine. Members of the Canta
loupe Growers association are plant
ing cantaloupes.
T. A. Hartshorn, manager of the
Hagerman farms, about three miles
east of Malaga, is planting 1300 acres in
corn, kaffir corn, etc. Three thousand
acres are now ready for Irrigation and
Tv-hen the water svstem is completed,
which will be only a short time, S000
acres can be Irrigated. A petition is now
before the county commissioners to open
a road from Malaga to the Hagerman
farms and as soon as the road is put
"trough a bridge will be built across the
Pecos river.
T. .T. Sanford is building a new resl
dence just east of Malaga and will move
into it as soon as completed.
The Union Sunday school Is growing
steadily.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hise Myers and son.
of El Paso, have moved to their alfalfa
farm east of Malaga, recently bought
from J. R. Bladr.
It Is easy now f.r nv woman
llflVf o hpflllti f ill fnnc hflnHcnmft orr3
and bust, free from all disfiguring su- j
perfluous hair. It doesn't matter wheth- I
er it's only a few hairs or a regular j
mustache or goatee, or how light or-'
heavy the growth is, it can he de-1
stroyed In a few minutes with the mar- j
velous new remedy, Elec-tro-la. j
This wonderful ha'r destroyer can be
used on the face, neck, arms, bust, or ,
any portion of the body with perfect j
safety. It is not like other remedies.'
It positively will not irritate, burn or I
scar the most tender skin, no matter j
how long it is left on, and It never j
fails to remove even the most obsti
nate growth almost Instantly. If you '
want a permanent, lasting cure, not
ec-tro-la is
goes to the J
hair rnnts nnrJ kills thpm '
We have decided to send a trial bot
tle of Elec-tro-la to any man or woman '
who writes for It, to prove that it does j
all we say. upon receipt of -a 2 cent I
stamp to help cover cost of mailing. I
The regular sized bottle is 31.00, and j
juui iiiuntry win ut- ii'iunueu u. jiiitt;-tro-la
does not do all we claim. We
don't ask you to take our word for
what Elec-tro-la will do. Just fill out
trial -coupon below and mail with a 2
cent stamp today.
j merely temporary relief, Elec-tro-la is
, what you should use, for it go
First National Bank
United States Depository
1 1
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TURKEY, Chairmen.
JOSHUA SAYXOLDS, President.
James G. McNary, Vke-President. Walter M. Butler, Asst. C&shkr
Jno. M. Baynolds, Vics-President Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier
EDGAR W. KAYSEE, Casbiar.
Assets - - -
$4,500,000.00
Prompt relief in all cases of throat
and lung trouble if you use Chamber
lain's Cough Remeds'. Pleasant to take,
soothing and healing in effect. Sold by
all dealers.
FREE TREATMENT.
Fill In your name and address on
dotted lines below and send It to
Ko-Rec-Tiv Co., 5105. State St.. Chi
cago, enclosing a 2 cent stamp to
help cover mailing, and we will
send at once a free trial, bottle that
will show what Elec-tro-la will do
for you. F. 2303. ,
WE SOLICIT YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
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I fSrtaMiafced 1B7
An Inhalation for
Whoap$ng-Cough9 Group,
Goissshs, o3ds, Catarrh
Bronchitis, BipSnifcerSa 1
Cresolono (3 a Boon to Anthmatlcs.
Does It not seem mcrre effective to breathe in a 1
raraedj- for diseaies of tno Dreaming organs than
to take tho remedy Into the Btomach?
Cresolene curea because the air, rendered
trrmrritr ..t.AT-fwv it carried oyer the diieaud
surface -vrith cTery breath, giving prolonged and
constant treatment. It is inTalnacIo to mothers
with rmall children.
For irritated throat
there is nothin-? better
than Cresolene Antiseptic
Throat Tablets.
Send 5o In postage
for ajaple Dottle.
ALL DRUGGISTS.
Send Dsstal for de
scriptive Bootlci.
Vapo-Crcsolcno Co
ISO Fulton Stress,
Kerr York.
C. R. MOREHEAD, President. . GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAG0FFI3S, V. Pres. a IT. BASSETT, Vice Pre.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst. 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 Bank & Trust Co.
W. W. Tumey, Preat
S. T. Turner, Vice Preat.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
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W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Mnrchison, Asst Cash.
H. E." Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SUBPLUS AND PKOFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
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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. Blmnentflal
J. F. Williams T. h. Ma-
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
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