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FX PASO HTRRAlVn
Wednesday, May 4, 1910.
HnlfilEBi ll III I 3 f CaW 2 I PS 9 I e I I S I m I U 1 H I i IH , rS . i " , J y i . . i rf H
Will Attend Convention of
Texas Bankers in SI Paso.
Many Tezans Are Also
Coming to Convention.
The state convention of Texas bank
ers In El Paso next week will attract
a large number of prominent financiers
from out of the state, as -well as all the
principal money handlers in Texas.
Among the bankers from other states
who "will bo hero are:
G. B. Gray, vice president Xational
Ba,nk of the Republic, Kansas City, Mo.
M. Jones, National Park bank, New
Thomas J. Lewis National Reserve
bank. New York.
N. E. Plumer, Southern Arizona Bank
and Trust company, rTucson, Ariz.
TL. M. Cook, vice president Interstate
National bank, Kansas City, Mo.
W. K. CI ever ey, assistant cashier
Seaboard National bank. New York.
J. G. Spangler, cashier Mesa City
bank. Mesa, Ariz.
H. P. Sanders, American National
bank, Roswell, Ariz.
H. S. Ilolloway, cashier Duran Trust
ard Savings bank, Duran, N. M.
Grew Worse in Spite of Six Months
of Ablest Treatment Sleep Ter
ribly Broken Face, Head and
Hands Masses of Dreadful Humor.
A SINGLE SET OF
CUTICURA CURED HIM
"I feel it my duty to let you know
with -what success I have used the Cuti-
cura Remedies. When
our baby was Eeven
weeks old he broke out
it v" wim wnac we thought
y jCSx as neat dug wmcn
gradually grew worse.
We called in a doctor.
He said it was eczema
and from that time we
doctored six months
with three of the best
doctors in Atchison but
he only got worse. His
face, head and hands
were a solid sore. There
was no end to the
suffering for him. We
had to tie his little
hands to keep him from
scratching. He never knew what it
.was to sleep well from the time he took
- the disease until he was cured. He
" kept us awake all .hours in the night
"""Tand his health wasn't what you would
call good. We tried everything but the
right thins. Finally I got a set of the
Cuticura Remedies and am pleased to
say we did not use all of them until
he was cured. We have waited a year
and a half to see if it would return but
it never has and to-day his skin is clear
and fair as it possibly oould be. I hope
Cuticura may save some one else's
little one's suffering and also their
pocket-books. John Leason, 1403 Atch
ison St., Atchison, Han., Oct. 19, 1909."
Cuticura comfort for all who suffer
from facial eruptions such as acne (pim
ples and blackheads), acne rosacea, facial
eczema, ringworm, tetter, redness, rough
ness and oily perspiration is found in gen
tle anointings with Cuticura Ointment
followed by warm baths with Cuticura
Soap. For preserving, purifying and beau
tifying the sV-n, scalp, hair and hands of
infants, children and adults. Cuticura
Soap and Ointment are priceless.
Cutteura Soap (25c.). Cuticura Ointment (50c)
sua Cancura Resolvent (SOcj . (or la tue lorn ol
Cnocobte Coated Pills. 25e. per -rtel of 00). Sold
Uirouchout the world. Potter Drue & Chem Corp .
A Free Offer to All Chrome Sick People of
EI Paso and Surrounding Country.
No Charges for Anything but the Actual Cost of the Medi
cine Used For a Cure.
Dr. Lewis Maekey, formerly of Kansas City, Mo., a
specialist in chronic diseases, has percnanentlv located in
El Paso, and has decided to give Ms SERVICES EN
TIRELY EREE for the first month, commencing
Sunday Morniijg, May 1st, and Ending June 1st
This is not a charity offer, but is given (for a limited
time)" fotadVertising purposes, to rapidly introduce himself
and enable all to test bis skill and to prove to all chronic
invalids that he can cure the most complicated cases of
Catarrh in all "forms, Deafness and Ear
Diseases, such as noises and discharges,
Nervous Diseases, Kidney and Bladder
Troubles, Diseases of the Stomach and
Liver, Indigestion, Rheumatism, Piles,
TREATED FREE UE"TIL CURED,
Provided You Begin Treatment During the Free Month.
You only pay for the medicine used for the cure, wMoh Dr. Maekey -will
furnisih from his own private dispensary at actual cost. No other charges made
Take advantage of this liberal offer at once. It is for all. A month's treat
ment -will convince you. Over 20 jears successful practice. Perfect and permanent
cures guaranteed in all cases accepted. No incurable cases taken. Consultation
free. Office hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily. Sundays 9 to 12 a. m.
Office Hanrmett Block, cor. Mesa Ave. and Texas St.
Entrance 112 Mesa Ave. El Paso, Texas.
H. A. Estabrook, Consolidated Na
tional bank, Tucson, Ariz.
H. D. Bowman, president Bowman's
bank. Las Cruces, N. il.
Oscar C. Snow, president "First Xa- j
tional bank, Las Cruces, N. M. ,
R. C. Heed, First National bank, of
Clovis, N. M.
Frank R. Coon, First National bank,
Lordsburg, N. M.
Fred F. Kent, Bankers Trust com
pany, New York.
W. W. Bouden, cashier German Amer
ican National bank. New Orleans.
G. B. Smith, Commercial National
W. H. Hurley, assistant cashier the
National Bank of the Republic, Chi
cago. Charles Fernald, Fort Dearborn Na
tional bank, Chicago.
R. S. Hawes, Third National bank, St.
James J. Fagan, vice president the
Crocker National bank, San Francisco,
J. J. Arnold. First National bank,
U. D. Anderson, Security National
bank, Kansas City, Mo.
Charles H. Moore, vice president Na
tional Bank of Commerce, Kansas City,
J. R. Dommick, Traders' Xationa1
bank, Kansas City, Mo.
Maynard Gunsul, vice president Fed
eral bank of Los Angeles.
The bankers who have signified their
intention of attending the convention
from the different parts of Texas are:
J. H. Derrick, Alpine.
S. Webb, Albany National bank, Al
bany. S. B. Brown, cashier Citizens' State
H. W. Pirkev, cashier First National
R. C. Roberdeau, American National
J. C. Russell, president Commercial
National bank. Abilene.
Henry James, Farmers' and Mer
chants National bank, Abilene.
r. B. Doty, Gulf National bank, Beau-r.-nt.
R, W. Taylor, Boerne State bank,
G. A. Lindenann, Bartlett State bank,
A. Wilkerson, cashier City National
J. I. McDowell. First National bank,
R. W. Taylor, cashier Boerne State
T. W. Garrett, Commercial National
i bank, Beaumont.
unaries hi. uiusn, ixmi, iiam.u -".
tional bank, Blanco.
J. S. Cuuingham, vice president Texas
Bank and Trust company, Beaumont.
T. E. Powell, Clyde National bank,
j. tvT Bidler, First National bank,
S. H. Simpson, the Simpson bank, Co
lumbus. James S. Shivers, First National bank,
Arch Baker, 7 First National bank, I
Crockett.. - '- "
G. B. Davidson, Farmers State bank,
L. E. Collins, First National bank,
H. B. Burford, State bank of Cook-
J. B. Chilton, Comanche
J. Hirsch, Corpus Christ! National j
bank, Corpus Christi.
C. F. Dumas, cashier Coleman Na
tional bank, Coleman.
W. J. Cunningham, Farmers ' and
Merchants' National bank, Comanche.
J. H. Moore, First National bank, De
port. C. C. Crump, First State bank, De
Kalb. J. W. Clark, First State bank, De
Kalb. Dr. S. H. Grant, First National bank,
G. L. Blackford, State National bank,
W. D. Sanders, DeKalb Exchange
ulcers, Blood Poison, Varicocele, all
Diseases of Men and Diseases Peculiar
to Women, which will be
1 i .
W. R. "VVheeler,
bank, Del Rio.
E. H. Koch, First National bank, El
Campo. . -
ti. P. Redwine, First National bank,
W. "W. Barbee, casher Eldorado State
"W. R. Boyd, jr., president Farmers
and Merchants' State bank, Eddy.
W. Williford, First National bank,'
J. M. Oakis, First National bank,
W. Z. Harrison, State National bank.
Lee Sherrell, State National bank,
Max J. Burschwell, assistant cashier
Citizens' bank, Fredricksburg-.
Gen. O. Smith, Farmers' and Me
chanics' National bank. Fort Worth.
J. T. Pemberton, Farmers' and Me
chanics' National bank. Fort Worth.
George Leahy, Galveston.
J. L. Whitmore, Citizens State bank,
L. P. Otmar, First National bank,
C. A. Milan, First National bank,
Glen Rose. t
W. C. Dew, cashier Trent State bank,
H. E. Moore, cashier First State bank,
J. D. Benson, cashier Farmers' State
J. Durrenberger, vice president Citi
zens' State bank. Giddmgs.
V. E. Todd, Farmers' and Merchants'
National bank, Gilmore.
F. H. Sherwood, cstshier Lindsay Na
tional bank, Gainesville.
S. M. King, vice president Lindsay
National bank, Gainesville.
H. W." Williams. Greenville National
Exchange bank, Greenville.
Leir Baker, vice president Goliad j
canK ana Trust company, uoiiaa. ,
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w. u. iseaii, continental state DanK.j''
J. T. Scott, First National bank,
H. R. Eldridge, First National bank,
Durbitt C. Dunn, Union National
Oscar Wells, Consolidated National
B. D. Harris, South Texas National
J. E. McAsban. South Texas National f
W. L. Embree, Farmers National
H. M. Rike, vice president Farmers'
TRY DR. CIIK HOrC'? VEGETABLE
ity or -weakness
f men, -women
"l Skin Diseases
lirrh, Hear Tils-.'St-,
V Liver Com
lUint and Con
ization. emale interna!
on or acute
I-V CURED. Of-
3ell Phone 2910.
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fice 105 N. Ca....jOiI.
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Trade Zirt: Seaktera 1 is ifnamiect- Does not
nral. Has no sediment, so it's neither sticiy nor
jrpBsy it's ns pure and cJesras Trater.
uon oxpenmont a3a Trimt Uio-a3an'Js of others
hero fount: pafeana intkfectorr. Sumplenndcomb
absolntelyfreo. Br snr to mention orisuml color
of your Loir. MARY T. GOLDMAN, Goldnan
Bide. St. Pnrl. ?.5nn. Tim ln-r-n !irn 51 (Yl )fl
old by all dealers, iasludlne: Me
KELLY & POLLARD.
HUKssTPh 'Jt VW I3-crC3 original color
BS?f&V 7 ,V. I .a laiM.lieaHliJuljnM-
XJmsCJttm l V Naerinirom 7 tol4rln.
Every &ig Is So Green and Beautiful . . 1
,jTost people who hare seen Grandriew Addition recently have been surprised.
They expected to find a section more or less barren. Instead of that everything is
green and beautiful. We mention this for the simple reason that all this has come
about naturally. "When you consider that, with care and regular watering, homes
in Grandview can be made the prettiest in El Paso, you would not overlook own
ing lots in Grandview. Suppose you go out to Grandview today, and when you
do, make a calculation on the great possibilities in an investment in this high
class residence suburb.
DOLLARS BGWT COME BY ACCIDENT IT TAKES FOBESIG-HT
One fundamental principle of monev gaining is MOKEY SAYIKG. One other,
and far greater is PUTTING THE" SAYINGS TO WOPtK. The advantage of
having money work for you is tjiat you can stop working yourself it compounds
and forms principal again. We jffer you an investment in Grandview Addition
on the ' c easy payment ' ' planf
Terms: $10.00 Down; $5.00 a Month. No Interest.
226 Mesa Ave. Automobiles Always At Your Service.
National bank, Haskell.
R. J. Thomas, president Planters Na
tional bank. Honey Grove.
H. W. Vauchelet, Harris County Bank
and Trust company, Houston.
Joseph W. Hertford, Houston Nation
al Exchange bank, Houston.
George Carmichael, president Citi
zens' National bank, Hillsboro.
Charles F. McGlnty, Harris County
J3ank and Trust company, Houston.
White George, Farmers' State bank,
T. Holland, First National bank,
R. W. Warren, Farmers' State bank,
ML E. Welson, First National bank,
J. R. Rainey, assistant cashier First
National bank, Longview.
Fioweli E. Smith, First National bank,
W. E. McDaniel, W. E. McDaniel
bank, Mt. Calm.
S. H. Kohnson, cashier Marlin Na- j
tional bank. Marlin.
G. A. Reaves, Merchants' and Plant- '
ers National bank, Mt. Vernon.
Frank L. Levee, assistant cashier
First National bank, Madlsonville.
W. H. Seay, cashier Merchants and
Planters National bank, Mount Pleas
A. A. Croxton, City National bank,
T. P. Penfield, cashier Nixon State
Wilbur Hunt, assistant cashier First
National bank, Olney.
Neville, BrooksmCiiyjlNational bank,
V.. y. OJhSemV CffviNatrrmnl hrmlr.
Q w Plfuger, FrmerState bank,
-,y j ya
St t.J"-. . i
arnell, cashier First National
bank. Port Arhur3s ' .Z ft.
P. P. Bond, assistant cashier Farmers
State bank, Putnam. ' fe.
A. H. Gee, presidenttpnot Point 'Na
tional bank. Pilot PoIn& ? '
Joe B. Burke, Farriers and .Mer
chants bank, Pilot Point?" x .. ,
Henry Kelly, - Riefferti&. K)lonf
J. H. Ware, First National bank,
A. C. Homann, First Stated bank,
A. F. Carter, president RoystonJState
(1 TV -RrrifUAV rp?hifr "Pircf NrnMnwan
bank. Rosebud. I
A. N. Grave-', Red River National
bank, Red River.
J. R. Kennedy, Red River National
bank. Red. River.
W. J. Meininser, Rosenberg State
Walter Nolte. Ii.. Nolte & Sons, Seguin. J
O. AT. Love, First Xational bank, Sey
J. S. Shutz, First National bank, Sey
mour. John D. Dyer, First Xational bank,
Franz C. Gross, F. Gross- & Co., San
V. 1a. Grady, First Xational bank,
Geo. E. Webb, First Xational bank,
C. E. Tips, president First Xational
R. L,. Wupperman, First Xational
- A'1)'TR?r - Coy ate bank.
' J. B. Shonvood, Western Xational
bank, San Angelo.
' R. A. Hall, San Angelo Xational
, bank, San Angelo.
C. C. Wal;h. San Angelo Bank and
I Trust oomnany. San Angelo. I
W. T. Trammall, Thomas Trammall
t company, baukers, Sweetwater.
O. T. Nicholson, cashier Farmers and j
(Merchants State bank. Shamrock
,y , -Alex Hicks, FJrst Xational bank, Ter- j
G. M. Booth, Taylor National bank, j
Allen, American National bank,
Downs, First National "bank.
Downs, First National bank,
Welch, First National
G M. Booth, cashier Taylor National
bank, Taylor. T -
James Shavr, cashier City National
J. A. Pondron, Texarkaija National
Charles ii. Campbell, president City
National bank, Temple.
F. J. Rheiner, Uvalde National banK,
B. C. Kelly, Farmers' and Merchants'
National bejik, Venus.
E. R. Siliman, Van Horn State bank,
II. Lee Jones, Winters State bank,
F. W. Merrick, Winters State bank.
S. N. McAshan, Citizens National
W. M. McGreyer, First National bank.
E. H. McMahan, cashier First National
J. H. Bloeker, Wolfe City National
bank, Wolfe City.
R. F. Akridse. cashier Citizens' Na
tional bank, Wolfe City.
W. C. Norton. Farmers' and Mer
chants State bank. Winters.
J. B. Reilly, First State bank.
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1 ASHIXGTON UNIVERSITY
TO BE 3IAUE GREAT
Will Receive an Endowment of Fiv or
Six Millions and Will Attempt to
Outdo JoknK Hopkins.
St. Louis, Mo., May 4. The medical
department of Washington university is
to receive an endenvment of $5,060,000
to $6,000,000 to make It the greatest
scientific school in America. The pria
cipal contributors to the endowmeat
fund are Adolphus Susch. William K
Bixby, Edward Mallinckrodt and Rob
ert S. Brookings.
It is the intention of the Washington
university corporation to make the
school the superior of the Johns' Hap
kins university of Baltimore, now re
garded as the leading medical college
of the country.
Nen furniture arriving daily and al
ways some extra special bargains in
good furniture at Springer's. Visit this
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IS VALUABLE AS FOOD PRODUCT
Washington, D. C, May 4. Shellack
varnish is a food substance of high nu
tritive value, so representatives of the
National Confectioner's association ar
gued strongly before the pure food
board of the department of agriculture.
The question -was -whether the con
fectioners should be allorved to continue
coating chocolates -tvith a thin varnish
of shellac. They said they have been
doing it for 50 years.
is a prety hard thing to accomplish
when you're blue, bilious and out of
sorts. There is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver complaints
constipation and dyspepsia. Ballard's
Herblne is mild, yet aasolutely effec
tive in all cases.
Price 30 cents per bottle. Sold by
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to concentrate your thoughts, get up mornings feeling rtired and rorn out,
languid and lifeless? We can relieve all these svmDtoms nromntlv and eradi
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no auierenre -wuenier due to abuse,
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every snan, young, middle-aged and old. no matter whether srek or nc-t. We
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BLOOD POISON, STRICTURE. VARICOCELE; HY
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