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ie Spring for Years.
"Willis. Mich., -nrritpsr
larilla has been a house-
Visiting Bankers and their fami
lies are heartily welcomed and
invited to make this store their
headquarters during their stay
in the city.
our home as long: as I
I have taken it in the
sral years. It has no
sing the blood and ex-
Imors that accumulate
inter. Being- a farmer
bad weather, mv svs-
fected, and I often take
niia with good results."
aanlla is Peculiar to
no "lust as eood "
n usual liquid form or .
James O. ifoN&rv, Vfce-P:
Jno. M- Bayriokl, Vice-Prc
C. R. MOREHEAD, PresH
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V.
A Ltgitinste Banj
ie EI Paso Herald popu-
iDd 'has aroused a great
among the people ol
nob everv minute and is
ie success in getting sub-
fine advertisement for Las
an brino- the tirst nnze.
automobile," here and he
rpport and cooperation ot
kmi have not alreadv add-
to The Herald list on this
it nut it off.
fcothinn- that succeeds like
fvY-ith the proper encourage-
brrmr that uvenand nere.
hpin hmn out. Tthe Herald
lyou want anway and it is
to tell here the gooa worx
tor the Jlesiila vauey ana
a. particular. -
trig (X. SL) Graphic
iy jvicrveyes is stin lor'mg
the Herald contest and everj-
terested, as they should be, in
Our "Expansion Sale"
offers unequalled shop
ton (Ariz.) Copper Era.
v Grav. one of Clifton's most
Jellea, has been put into tihe El
ild s voting contest as the
ular voune woman of Clifton.
IV has hundreds of friends, and
also manv other young vro-
lifton who will have rnany votes
them. The railroad boys have
fd Miss Margaret Penn as their
j rrre. -J
Kll I ISAM
HOTTED STATES D
CaiitaL'$150,Q00.00. Surplus and1
OFFICERS A5ND DLRECTORSr
U. S. Stewart Frank Power
A. G. Andreas- E. Kohlbere B. BltcSfe!
T. F. Wiffiarag J. H. Ma7
YOUR BAKKITfG BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
LY LAND FIRST -PRIZE.
Silver Citv (X- M.) Enterprise.
El Paso Herald has- inaugurated -a
contest to increase its circulation
offering four grand prizes to four
is living outside or a Jtraso wnu
the greatest number of votes.
years subscription in advance
"5000 votes in the contest -while
laller subscription counts propor-
Ltely. The name of Miss Lome
telrill, a popular young woman of
city, lias been entered in rne con-
ond the- first day her name was
light out she received 138.000 votes,
n her friends, which places her in tne
. The urst -onze is a i.sdu wyi
n.nfrmnhilp. nnrf if Miss Carrie wins
she Dromises to take all her friends
lo voted for her joy riding. Subscrib-
to The Herald m tins city
(id the surrounding camps, can
ake this possible by taking
it a subscription to the paper in
Idvance and sending same to -Miss
'liifoliill or Tim Herald i with mstruc-
lons that their votes are to be cast for
3r TThvi if.HoTi will be very mucn ap
preciated bv Miss Whitehill and her
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
1 VT. W. Turner, Prest W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
S- T. Turner, Vies Prest. F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Ugr. H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPABTIEENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
MERCHANT AND EDITOR
MARRY AT SANDERSON
Receptions Follow Nuptial Ceremonies;
School Board, Sworn In, Will Re
ceive Plans for New Building.
Sanderson, Tex., May 9. T. M. Ray-
sor, a merchant, was united in marriage
at San Antonio to Miss Emily Jones,
of Washington. D. C-, Rev. George Ber- ;
ley, pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal '
church of San Antonio, officiating, j
They will make their home here. The '
friends ,of the groom tendered them a !
reception on their arrival at the Terrell J
Jesse McKee, editor of the Sanderson
Times, was united in marriage here at '
the Methodist church to Mrs. Oallie .
Taylor, Rev. F. G. Cox performing the f
ceremony- The wedding march was
ulayed by Mrs. Thos. des Landes. Im- i
mediately after the ceremony the bridal
party repaired to the home of Mr. and j
Mrs. A. C. Smith, where a reception was
Dr. and Mrs- F. W. Reeve and Mr. and j
Mrs. A. C- Smith tendered Mr. and Mrs. j
T. M. Raysor and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
McKee a 6 oclock dinner- Those pres-
ent included Mr. and Mrs. W. "W. Young, i
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Murray. Rev. and I
Mrs. F. G. Cox. A Mexican string band
was in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bodkin enter
tained friends in honor of the young wo- I
men school teachers. School will be out j
on May 20.
An old man was picked up by train
2vo. 10 near Marathon. It is supposed he '
had been struck by a train. He was j
brought here and given medical atten- j
tion, hut "was unable or refused to say
how he was injured or who he was
was aoout bo years old-
A volunteer fire company has been or
ganized and fire fighting apparatus will
be purchased at once. Charles Newberry
was elected chief; Jesse McKee, captain,
and W. H. Lemons, secretary and treas
urer. The newly elected school board ha3
been sworn in, J. B- Ross and T. R.
Kuykendall drawing the two year terms
and F. K. Harrell the one year term. J.
B. Ross was elected president and T. R.
Kuykendall, secretary of the board.
May 21 was set as the time for receiv
ing plans and specifications for the new
$25,000 school house which is to be
erected here- The bonds have beon ap
proved and registered. There have al
ready been a number of applications to
The Sanderson Commercial club is
making preparations for the entertain
ment of visitors and delegates to the
Southwest Texas Preas and Commercial
association, which convenes here in Sep
tember. It is Tirobahle the Terrell coun
ty celebration will be postponed until
that date and that a home coming cele
bration will be held on that occasion.
The women of the Woodmen Circle
gave a "snowball party" at the SKating
John D. Rockefeller would so broke
If he should spend his entire incomt
trying to prepare a better medicine thar
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy for diarrhoe, dysentery oi
bowel complaints. It is simply impossi
ble, and so says every one that has used
it. Sold by all dealers.
H The Texas bankers' Association will hold
H its annual nieeting in this city, May 10, 11
m ana jlz. xnose naving aesiraDie rooms
gpjjwill advise the nndersiarned.
J. D. CAMPBELL.
CUR tf 8M fo & T
AGO AS CALIENT
Account Fiestas da San KfSarcosi
First class round trip tickets, $-56.85, Mexican Cy.
Second class round trip tickets, $28.40, Mexican Cy.
Tickets on sale at Union Station and City Ticket office April 14th to
May 5th; return limit May 10th.
El Paso, Texas. City Passenger Agent.
At St. Louis HTnnings
Batteries-Boston, Mattern and Smlthj St. Louis, Willis and Brennan.
At Chicago U Innings s
New York ...w, .:.
R. H. E.
Batteries, 'ew York, Raymond and Schlei: Chicago, Pfeister and Archer.
Umpires JolinKtone and Moran.
R. H. E.
At Cincinnati KlIllllings
Batteries Philadelphia, Morcn and Dooln; Cincinnati, Beehe and McLean
Umpire O'liay nud Brennan.
At Boston HInnings
New York -.
R. R. E.
Batteries 'evr York, Frill, Doyle and 3IltchelI; Boston, Wood asd Carrl-
Umpires Egan and Evans.
At Philadelphia Innings-Washington
R. H. E.
Bntterlet AVashinfftou, Gray and Street; Philadelphia, Plank and Thomas.
Umpires IHneen and Connolly.
Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
Mexico Today Magazine
MEXICO TODAY MAGAZINE
Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. F.
TRAVELING EL PASOAXS.
KANSAS CITY, MO. The Yoma
News Co.. Hotel Baltimore News
stand. Coates House News stand.
ST. PAUL, MINN. Tne Hotel .Ryan
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. The Wes
DENVER. COLO. The Brown Pcl
ace, the Albany, S. Wldom and "Weat-e-n
SEATTLE, "WASH. International
News Agency, corner of First avenu
south and Washington spreat: also
southeast corner of Second avenue and
Cherry street, near Alaska building?
Acine New3 Co.
OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Co.
wagons, Hale News Co. .
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Louis Boole
store. At Sam Rosenthal, 33 G Houston
MEMPHIS, TSNN. World Yoma
MEXICO CITY Blue Book Store. The
CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO Roberto
Schaeidr. American Photo and Sta-1
JIMINEZ, MEX. Parral News Co.
PARRAL. MEX. Parral News Co.
CANANEA, MEXICO D E. Conner's
News stand (La Mesa).
TRAVELING Eb fASOAIVS
May find the El Paso Herald on sale
at any of tne f 0110-57106: places:
NETV YORK Imperial Hotel tNew
stand; Arthur Hotaling, No. 1 Park
Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad
wav and 42d street. 14nn Broadway.
WASHINGTON. D. C The Raleigh
and the Ebbitt; Columbia News Ageccy
and Nahl News Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Grea-t North
ern News stands, yueen City News
stands and Empire Nw stands.
PHILADELPHIA The Bellevue. Peon
News Co.. S33 Pearce St.
tITTSBURiif, PA. The Lincoln a.-
The Schenley Park.
BUFFALO. N. Y. The Iroquois.
ST. LOUIS Planters Southern and
Jefferson Hotel News stands.
BELL PHONE 11.
Will get you a buyer.
LEADS THE CROWD.
From Demimr fX". aIO GraDliic
"Faa' "VrKevfis leads the whole EI
Pao Herald crowd," was the "lad cry in I
everybody's mouth Tuesday mornine.
She led the whole bunch and is still
clim-binjr. Her friends, and that includes
the Avhole population, are s?2 boostiu.
ANGELU3 SSssS? WORKS SLOGK BSOS., Props,
Phont 52. "Si Grawford TheaUr Bids:,, Opp. Plaza
That last year's spring suit can be ma de to look like new.
Gloves cleaned second to none. Satisfa tion guaranteed.
Tabor's Metal Weather Strips
kekp oct sand, DmnAXBwixnCraig, O'SoiMill & Co., Gui, Als.
at the doors AST. wmdows. ph0M BeU ctantar of Cemmerce BM.
They are a surprise indeed to
the man who is seeking a dis
tinctive cigarette. The skillful
blending of the rich, mellow Turk
ish leaf has given them a decidedly
pleasing flavor and fragrance.
An inexpensive package gives
you ten extra smokes.
Pictures of popular actresses now
packed with Fatima Cigarettes.
20 for 15 cents
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