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Saturday. Julv 23, 1910.
More guaranty Fund
KL PASO HE
H 1 iN EL-PAhD ROilflTT
SECURITY is the most important consideration in the selection of a depository
for your money. Confidence in the security offered by the bank selected pre
vents sleepless nights and troubled dreams on the part of the Innumerable
depositors in the United States. If the security behind the deposit is absolute
every part of the business structure works in perfect accord and financial storms
are unknown. ,
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'Blackberries 15c per box;
! Strawberries" (California)
15c per box :
"Work Starts Near Plateau. Raspberries. Y..i5C per box!
2 for 25c
Barbecue at Van Horn
Much thought has been expended
in arriving at the best method to
supply this security and thereby
maintain absolute confidence to the
end that all financial disorder
The best minds have adopted the
theory of a Depositor's Guaranty
Law, whereby the Nation or State
creates a fund for the payment of
deposits in case of necessity. This
j51an has been tried out and has re
deemed all promises made by its ad
vocates. It has met all emergencies
without delay and contains no flaw.
The Government alone can give
the security demanded by the peo
ple, and .in the Government, Na
tional or State, the power to protect
the depositor must rest.
The depositor will be content in
the knowledge that the State has
provided a fund for the absolute
protection of his deposit. The state
is absolute in its protection while
no subordinate institution can be.
Texas, ever iteady to protect its
citizens, is one of four States in the
Union to adopt a Depositor's Guar
anty Law, and to offer to depositors
in its Guaranty IPuncL Banks the
protection prescribed by that law.
This bank has availed itself of
that Law and is offering its cus
tomers the absolute security guar
anteed by the Guaranty Fund cre
ated by the State for their protection.
Van Horn, Texas, July 23. Seta Bur
rows, manager of the well drilling out
fit, who is Mmr to drill for oii near Pla
teau, v. as in town getting scans sittings
lor nis boiler and engine, ari other sup
plies, lie 3.13-s he will Le leadv to be-
i gin drilling the first of next week.
. r. Hurt, who is drilling several
wells on the Figure 2 ranch, came in to
len.ain until after the primaries.
Jas. A. Espy immediately after voting
in the pmrury today, left with his
mother to attend the 20th annual camp
gneoting held at Skillman grove by Rev.
W. B. Bioys and others, ttfiis being he
15th year in succession which Mr. Espy
J. Y. anon and wife are in from the
ranch for the election.
The citizens are having a barbecue for
election day and the cowboys are going
to have a dance tonight.
Miss Ida King, of Toyah, is here visit
ing her sister, .Mrs. . P. Hurt.
K. H. Espy has postponed his tripto
Mexico until after the primaries, saying
he wants to cast his vote for Hall for
sheriff and Davidson for governor.
Rowdj- Love was dawn on a flying trip
from Sierra Blanca and reports the eon
Fresh pinapple . 25c each
Elberta peaches 50cj crate '
Green apples 5c lb!
ZMalaga grapes (white) 15c lb
Apples. .' $3.50 to $4 per 30-lb. box
"Watermelons l.c per lb.
Cantaloupes 2 for 15 cents
Peaches (Texas) 20c per basket
Peaches (California) 20c per lb.
California Pluma 15c per lb.
Mexican Ajruacates 3 for 25c
Lemons. . - 25c to 30c per doz.
Limes 15c pr doz. j
Oranges 20c to 50c per doz.
Apricots 2 lbs. for 25c
Bananas. . ..". 25c to 30c per doz.
Sweet potatoes 2 lbs. 15c
Cauliflower 2Dc Pr lb.
Mustard greens 5c bunch; 3 for 10c
California peas 10c lb., 3 for 25c
Parsley c per bunch
Rhubarb 10c per lb.
Green chili loc per lb.
Bell pepper 25c per lb.
Cucumbers (fancy) 5c each
Radishes 5c two bunches
I Beans, wax and green 10c per lb.
Beets, valley 10c per three bunches
Cabbage (valley) 5c per lb.
Cariots 5c per bunch
Celery 25c per stalk, 2 for 25c
Etrgplants, southern ' 15c per lb.
Lettuce 10c head, 2 for 15c J
Onions, green 2 bunches for 5c
Onion, white c per lb
A BE A UTJFUL DISPLA YOF
AVe have fust received one of the handsomest collections of
Loving Cups ever seen in El Paso. For Prizes at El Paso's Fall
Fair or similar uses we suggest that you make a selection from
(See Special Window Display.)
A Beautiful Gup is often marred by inferior engraving. This
cannot occur here. Our engraver is an artist, both in execution
and ideas. A beautiful cup artistically engraved is what you can.
depend upon when the purchase is made here.
W. T. HIXSON CO.
"The Gift House of the Southwest"
SElD FOR CATALOG.
dition of the ragne to be very good on j potatoes, new 25c ten lbs.
his ranch near the New Mexico line 1 Spinach 5c per lb.
north of Blanca
Miss Mary Hatton, of Grand Saline,
Texas, en route to Denver, 13T the way
of El Paso, stopped off here and met
Mr.'and Mrs. Fred Gibson.
Miss Xeva Yarbo is in El Paso visibir
her sister, Mrs. W. T. Medley, who is
under treatment of the doctor.
The Van Horn Drug company is mak
ing some interior improvements, with
fine show cases and mirrors.
J. H. Beach was taken quite ill a few
days ago and was taken by his wife to
Ei Paso on Thursday for treatment.
Max Winkler has returned from a two
davs' business trip to Lobo.
Mrs. Lee Prude, -a-ho was given a trip
to California bv The Herald, has re
turned, after spending two weeks at Long 1
lieach and JUos Angeles, ana reports a 1
most deliehtfail trip. She is loud in her
praises of The Herald.
C. B. Hamilton and Dick Daugherty 1
were in from the Figure 2 ranch and re
Souash.es 5c per lb
Tomatoes 15c per lb.
Turnips 5c per lb.
Watercress 7c per bunch
Reasting ears 30c doz.
Okra 15c per b.
Almonds 20c per lb.
Brazil nuts 20c per lb.
Filberts 20c per lb.
Pecans 20c per lb.
English "Walnuts 20c per lb.
Butter and Eggs.
Butter, fancy grade 35c per lb.
Eggs, Sunflower , 30c per doz.
Eggs, ranch 40c per doz.
Camembert. 35c: imported ..50c per can
Cheese, cream dairy 23c per lb.
Edam, small $1.15 each
Neufchatel 10c each. 2 for 15c
Pineapple 65c and 70c each
Roa.uefort 60c per lb.
Swiss, imported 40c per ID
R. M. TURNER, President
F. P. JONES, Vice President
A. F. KERR, Cashier
LEE H. CREWS, Asst. Cashier
Mr3. Fred Gibson, who was in from
her ranch for a few days for supplies.
( returned Thursday.
F. M. LYNCH, Manager Savings Department
EI Paso Bank & Trust Co.
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An ideal union of home and school life. Beautiful surroundings and benefi
cial influence. Fire proof building and all modern school equipment. Thor
ough methods. College, preparatory, and all special courses. Excellent advan
tages in music and art. For illustrated circular, address
Secretary, Bonn-Avon School.
Old Phoned 126 Oakland St. San Antonio, Tex.
EL PASO BUSINESS
MAN'S WIFE DIES
Mrs. Lulu Bryan Passes
Away at Arizona Street
Mrs. Lulu Bryan, wife of Charles E.
Bryan, died shortly after 7 oclock Sat
urday morning at the residence, S12
Arizona street. Mrs. Bryan had lived
in El Paso aoout eight years, coming
here from Dallas. She had been an In- 1
vxuu iui inu jA;ii&. jui'o spring sue
visited the Pacific coast in search of
climatic change, but returned little Im
proved. Besides her husband, a member of
Bryan Bros., a local men's furnishing
firm, Mrs. Bryan Is survived hy a four
teenyearold daughter, Irene, her mother,
Mrs. G. F. Simms oi Dallas, who at
tended her during the latter part of her
illness, and two sisters. Miss rillie
Simms of Dallas, and Mrs. Ii. S. TYillie,
of Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Bryan ivas an active member of
the Trinity Methodist ohurch, and a
worker of the "Women's Home Mission
ary society. Funeral arrangements will
be made by McBean, Simmons & Cam
Funeral services over the body of
Alberto Tarango, the elevenyearold vi-o
tim of hydrophobia, were held Friday
afternoon at the Sacred Heart church.
Members of the family and friends were
present. Undertakers Peak & Lyons
"were in charge.
BIG- FOEEST FIRES
Seven Lives Are Lost in the
jSTorthwest; Danger to
Spokane, Wash., July 23. Heavy
showers the last 48 hours have checked
the great forest fires that have been
threatening towns in "Washington, Ida
ho, Montana and British Columbia, and
for the present, danger is apparently
past. It is known that seven lives have
been lost, five near Kaslo. B. C, and
two near Colville, "Wash.
The towns of Ryan, "Wash., and "White
water. McGivgan, Three Forks, Baine's
Lake and Jaffraj-, B. C, are reported
wiped out. The loss to timber interests
amuuuia iu imiiiuns 01 aoiiars. or
several days at least, 3000 men In
Washington alone have been fighting
port cattle and range conditions in fine j Llrnbur-er ! .25c per lb.
shape .but are beginning to need rain LSae .. .."..". ".".". "."... .... 30c per Id.
SOCORRO REPLATS CITYj
Circle Brand 10c each
Dutch Girl. 40c per can
Brick cheese 25c per lb.
Sirloin steak 20c per lb.
Rump steak 12Vc per lb.
hRcund steak 15c per lb.
Rib roast loc per lb.
Beef livers 10c per lb.
Lamb leg 22c to 25c per lb.
Lamb racks (whole) 28c per lb.
Lamb loin chops 30c to 35c per lb.
Lamb shoulders lc per lb.
Breast pieces Sc to 10c per lb.
Lamb livers 10c each
Leg lTc per lb.
Rack j......1Sc per ib.
Loin 18c to 20c per lb.
Shoulders 10c per lb.
Neck piecesf-- 8c per lb.
Breast pioces 6c per lb.
Crown roasts 20c per lb.
Leg ISc to 20c per lb.
Chops 18c to 22c per lb.
Steaks 20o to 22c per lb.
The alfalfa and grain market re
mains from last week, the following
quotations being in effect:
Alfalfa, wholesale $13 per ton
Alfalfa, retail $15 per ton
show Some French pooaies ana two ''"" a.o ..j " " '
valuable fox terriers will be among the Corn, wholesale 51.60 per cwt.
College Sweetheart, Wed, Gosto AVest
Yirginln; Entrres for Albuquer
que Dog SIiott: Fair I
Socorro, X. M., July 23. Surveyor Her
rick has been engaged by the city coun
cil to replat the entire city and citi
zens are having new surveys made of
their property. '
Although the weather has been warm
here, there has been comparatively litle
sickness in Socorro.
Miss Myrtle Kiehne was married to
Earl C. Hornbrook, of Elmgrove, W.
Va., at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
E. Kealer. Rev. father P. Martin offici
ated. There were a large number of
guests present. The bridal couple left
for West Virginia, where they will make
their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Horn
brook met at the A. & M. college, -where
thev were both students. She was for
merly a: student at the School of Mines
ac Socorro. The presents received were
beautiful and numerous.
Several dog owners here will be ex-
hihirnr?; at the Albuouerque lair ao;
The Hall Room Boys
in The Herald.
Like Dorothy Dix? Well, she is
to write for you in The Herald.
Meet me in The Herald Cold Feeto,
contestants from Socorro.
Judge Mechem will hold a special
term of court for the Seventh judicial
district beginning September 5. The
docket is light.
Postmaster Kittrell reports a larger
the proposition was agitated. A state
June 1910 than during the same months
in 1909. The additional business In
June 1910, over June, 1909 more than
paid the Increase allowed by, the gov
ernment in the local postmaster's
Socorro wants arteam laundry. The
proposition Is worth investigating.
Whether a fair will be held In Socorro
this fall isa question. The last three
fairs were successes and did much good
for the town. Good suport is agsurea if
the proposition was agitated. A state
hood day and Butte dam day would be
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Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars."
Dr. H. A. Magr-tider
I DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES
Our 9th year in El Paso.
fket AT ROSWELL
Ealph M. Ely of Deming
Speak Many Delega
Roswell, X. M., July 23. The Repub
licans will open the constitutional con- a daily short story every day In Tea
vention campaign here Moncay evening Herald; also the serial-
with a big mass meeting. ' There will
be big delegations of Republicans on
the north from Elida, Campbell, Kenna
and Elkins, and south of Roswell from.
Dexter, Greenfield, Lake Arthur and
Hagerman and from Artesia, in Eddy
Ralph M. Ely, of Deming, X. M., will
give the principal address.
Corn, retail $1.7 per cwt
Texas oats, wholesale 11.50 per cwt j
Texas oats, retail $1.60 per cwt I
Chops, wholesale $1.65 per cwt j
Chops, retail $1.75 per cwt I
Bran, wholesale $1.50 per cwt '
Bran, retail $1.60 per cwt
Mutt and Jeff are rltli us. See I
them today on sport page. Every .
day in The Herald hereafter. '
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"" "- " a esei esceuaed ana landed on the trees of tae leutouald forest. All of the passengers and crew escaped without injury.
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