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X FASO HERALD
I Thursday, August 11, 1910.
86A Head of
Jtlways at the Head of His division and Jfotsd
for His Personal Bravery. & Ileal Leader
Another leader is j
I CIGARETTES 71
Made of the bright leaf of the celebrated
Pictures of your favorite base-ball players in the "big
leagues" are now in Piedmont packages.
Piedmont Cigarettes era
III i -d I I
Port Bliss Authorities Are
Offering Reward For
JTom Fenley, a prisoner at Fort Bliss, !
-n ttoot-c' centpnw on the I
serving a. i" ,,.. -
.knvn-n rvf flocprtion from the coast ar-
tillery, and private G. C. Kungate of .
the 23rd infantry; -who was 5uaru"B
the prisoner, both left the post Wednes
dav afternoon. v
Fenley was captured nearx Tsleta sev
eral months a&o and placed under ar
rest as a deserter from the coast ar
tillery in California. He was sriven a
. ..-.- t-KT-;con contpnop. to be serv-
eoS in the Fort Bliss guard house. He
had just completed two montns 01 ine
sentence when he and private Hungate
who' enlisted in 1907 from Pena, 111., left
the military ' reservation and are
thought to have crossed the dry bed of
the river and are now believed to be in
a -rr-Ti-nrrJ nf S50 has been offered for
the arrest and return of each of the j
men. The officers of the zva are
How to Cure Eczema, Pim
ples and Dandruff.
Wo desire to say that when we took
the agency for ZEMO. we were con
vinced that it was a valuable remedy for
Eczema, pimples and dandruff. Tet, we
,,- --a-nTriTj- sr!m!t that Zemo has far
exceeded our expectations as a treat-
ment for skin diseases. We are pieaseu
to state that we shall continue the
agency as ZEMO has given splendid re
sults wherever recommended. Our cus
tomers like Zemo .too, because it is a
clean vegetable liquid for external use.
ZEMO effects Its cures by drawing to
the surface of the skin and festroying
the germ life that causes t&e disease,
leaving the skin clear and healthy- It
does not soil the clothing or linen and
can be used freely on Infants.
"With every purchase we give a book
let on skin diseases explaining In simple
frords how any person can be cured at
home of any form of skin or scalp dis
ease by th.is clean, scientific remedy.
Knoblauch Drug Co., Druggists.
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk thin there Is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
Bteak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure
milk. It comes from Inspected, con
tented cows, and is treated by the most
scientific methods. Delivered to you
in sterilized airtight bottles.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: Bell 040; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 X. Oregoa.
Atlantic City and other Ocean Resorts, including
Asbury Park and Long Branch
DIRECT ROUTE OR
"VTA WASHINGTON x
. WITH STOP-OYERS
You can be ticketed through from your home and get the benefit of
the Low Fares by asking Agents to route you over Pennsylvania
Lines: or by communicating with , S
GEO. T. HULL. District -Ag:cnt.
907 Seventeenth St.,' Denver, Colo.
Gen. Pkii Kearney
packed in. Till FOIL.
anxious o capture the two men, espe
cially Hungate, the guard. A telephone
call for his brother in El Paso was re
ceived from Fenley Wednesday after
noon after the desertion. A call was
left for him! to call the Big Kid saloon
in Juarez, and it is thought the two
men -were there at the time.
Fenley is 23 years old, is five feet,
nine and one-half inches tall, has light
brown hair, brown eyes and fair com
plexion. Hungate is 22 years old, five
feet,; six and one-half Inches tail, has
blue eyes and light brown hair and
TEXAS COURT STENOGRAPHERS
IX AXXTAL CONVENTION
Galveston, Tex., Aug. 11. The sixth
annual convention of the Texas state
stenographers opened in the county
courtroom this morning with a large at
tendance. The delegates come from all
portions of the state.
A. 21. Moody, of Amarillq, isi presi
dent and the membership of1 tlie asso
ciation is composed of official court
reporters of the district courts through
out the state, and those who have pass
ed the required eamination and are
eligible to appointment.
PLATEAU PERSONAL. NEWS.
Plateau, Texas, Aug. 11. W. C.
Akard of Dublin is the guest of his son,
Harry, at the Diamond C ranch.
Mrs. J. A. Smith of Abilene and Mrs.
R. M. Northiugton of MIngus, mother
and sister of T. A. Kindred, are visitors
Miss Ruth Deavell has returned from
a few weeks' visit to relatives in Abi
Aubrey Kindred, a clerk in the post
office in El Paso is spending a part of
his vacation here the guest of his par
ents. Mac Smith of Stepnens, Ark., Is visit
ing friends and looking after his land
Interests near here.
Miss Richburg and little sister from
Monahans have located in Plateau with
their brothers, Henry and Jim Rich
burg. Heavy showers fell a few miles
south of this place.
Mr?. T A. Kindred has returned from
Mexia, Texas, where she was called by
the news of the sudden death of her
father, M. L. McDonald, caused by heart
failure, following a stroke of paralysis.
CRIPPEN CAN BE TAKEN
BACK HOME NEXT WEEK
Quebec, Can., Aug. 11. All papers
authorizing the surrender of Dr. Haw
ley H. Crippen and Miss Deneve to the
British police were reclved here by the
provincial authorities from the Domin
The Dominion authorities, also approv
ed the transcript of the proceedings in
the Crippen-Leneve case before the Que
bec court of special sessions on August
1. This completes the legal formalities
necessary for the deportation of the
prisoners and they may be taken back
to England any time after August 15.
Peach, ice cream delrrered after sup
per. Phone the Elite.
W. L. Flitch 'Is Elected Vice
President B eaurnont
"Wants rText Con
vention. The Sheriffs association of Texas
closed its annual convention -with a trip
to Cloudcroft today. Wednesday after
noon W. L. Futch, of Coleman county,
was elected vice president of the as
sociation over TV". L.. Wright, of Wil-
I son county, and M. B. Chastain, of
jrresiaio county, xnis oiiice was lug
only one over which there was any
contest, as the office of president isfill
ed by the vice president of the year be
fore. Capt. "Wright was placed in nom
ination by Amos X.ee after A. R. An
derson had been placed in nomination
by Jake Giles and had been elected by
acclamation. Joe C. Bean, of Sanderson
nominated M. B. Chastain and Will
Crabe of Kaufman county, placed the
name of the successful sheriff before
the convention. The contest was a close
one and It was necessary to cast a sec
ond ballot before sheriff Futch was
elected. Both he and sheriff Taylor
made speeches thanking the members
for their support as did retiring presi
dent Woody Townsend and incoming
president A. R. Anderson.
The Sheriffs Sing.
"As modest as a bunch of school girls
during the Tuesday and Wednesday
morning sessions, the sheriffs broke Into
a song at the Wednesday afternoon ses
sion with a number of speeches that
would have put a Democratic county
caucus to shame. Jake Giles, the boy
orator of Beaumont, made as many as
a half dozen speeches, all of them good
ons, Amos Dee made several; Will
Cratie broke Into oratory long enough
to place W. D. Futch in nomination for
the vice presidency. Even Joe Bean, of
Sanderson, who looked as innocent of
having a speechmaking bee In his bon
net as Sampson Connell's son, placed
sheriff Chastain in nomination with a
large sized bunch of eloquence. Jake
Giles topped off the gabfest with a
rhetorical set piece in wb.ich he whoop
ed it up for Texas in general and Beau
mont in particular. The vote on the vice
presidency stood Futch. 34; Wright, 31;
Chastain, 7 on the first ballot. Chas
tain dropped out and the final vote was
Futch, 40; Wright, 32.
Beaumont Wants Convention.
Sheriff Giles again broke into song
by inviting the next convention to como
to Beaumont which was the only place
south of heaven to hold a convention,
to hear Jake. The convention closed
with the passage of resolutions of
thanks for El Paso and the chamber of
commerce for the courtesies vh'ch bad
been extended to the sheriffs while they
were here. The resolutions mentioned
secretary Klnne and Miss Nitta Rans
berger, his assistant.
Before final adjournment president
Anderson said that he would announce
the list of committees after he returned
to his home in Houston. Someone then
moved to adjourn, Jake Giles seconded
It as usual, and the sheriffs went Xor aa
auto ride down the valley'
Headed by a dilapidated old hearse
of the vintage of '76, drawn by two flea
bitten burros, the sheriffs paraded
through the streets Wednesday night
on the quarter decks of a half dozen
water wagons just to show that they
could do the trick. The parade passed
through the downtown streets and
ended at the Elks club where the sher
iffs' v smoker was given for the visit
ing peace officers. "
Only a part of the sheriffs attended
the smoker, as a number accompanied
their wives to the Airdome perform
ance which was given as a compliment
to the visiting sheriffs. The program.
l at the smoker consisted of a sextet of
negroes who played on various sized
more or less musical Instruments, sang,
danced and furnished the major portion
of the entertainment for the visitors.
Dan M. Jackson told a running fire set
of stories on everyone present, Jake
Giles made a speech, came back anu
told a story and continued to make
speeches and tell stories during the
smoker. Charies Reum gave an appro
priate selection and Howth, county at
torney of Beaumont, told a number of
clever stories. i.etlring president
Woody Townsend, of Barstrop, acted as
Impromptu toastmaster and called on
the different speakers for their part of
the fun. Refreshments and cigars were
served during the smoker.
Many of the sheriffs left Wednesday
1 evening for their homes In east Texas.
Another delegation will leave this even
ing on the Texas & Pacific and G. H.
trains while those w'ho went to Cloud
croft Thursday will return Friday even
ing. The Cloudcroft delegation was
headed by R- V. Watts, of Lufkin, who
has been boosting for this part of the
program ever since he arrived.
NOTED POLITICAL CHARACTER DIES
New York, N. Y., Aug. 11. The death
Wednesday at Mount Vernon of John B.
Allen marked the passing of one of the
noted political characters of his day.
He played an unusual part in the nomi
nation of Abraham Lincoln for presi
dent, in breaking away from the New
York delegation, casting a single vote
for Lincoln and turning the tide toward
the man later to be assassinated.
Axe yon contemplating a
HUNTING or FISHING
Are you interested in
If so write Traffic Department
Mexico Northwestern Railway
Trains leave CIUDAD JUAREZ
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays :
1:25 P. M. (Mexican time)
1:00 P. M. (El Paso time)
DAILY SEEVICE From
H. C. FERRIS, General Manager.
T. R. RYAN, Traffic Manager.
LAS CRXTCES AND
THE CRUCES DITCH
That Regulations Must
Las Cruces, N. M.. Aug. 11. The com
missioners of the Santo Genoveva com
munity ditch, commonly known as the
Las Cruces ditch, are determined that
the laws governing the distribution of
water shall be enforced. During the
scarcity of water word was sent out
that the water in the ditches was to be
used for gardens only, as there was
not enough to allow for the irrigation
of both the gardens and the alfalfa
fields. A warrant was sworn out
against John Engler, charging him with
illegal using of the waier and the case
was tried before justice of the peace
Manuel Lopez on Tuesday. After hear
ing the evidence the judge -rendered a
verdict of guilty and assessed a fine
of $10, which Mr. Engler paid. A Mr.
Carroll was also served with a warrant
for the same offense, but he pleaded
guilty and judge Lopez suspended the
fine against him on account of the fact
that he was a newcomer here and not
thoroughly acquainted with the laws
controlling the Irrigation water. The
commissioners of the three ditches here
propose to enforce the laws governing
the use of water from this time on.
EL PASOAK" FALLS
INTO CRUCES "WELL
E. Gr. Rodela Takes a Sixtv
Foot Drop But Is Not
Las Cruces, X. iL, Aug. 11. E. G. Ro
dela, of El Paso, met with a serious
and painful accident in Las Cruces.
Tuesday -night, while he and several
friends were exploring the town, Rodela
fell into an abandoned well in the
northeast portion of the city. The well
is about sixty feet deep and he fell to
the bottom. His companions Immedi
ately summoned help and Sheriff Felipe
Lucero went to the place and rescued
the injured man by lowering men on
ropes to the bottom, of the well. Rodela
was brought to the surface and Dr. R.
E. McBride summoned, who found the
young man greatly bruised but with no
bones broken. Sheriff Lucero yester
day placed men at work to fill up the
well, as it is in an exposed location and
is .consequently dangerous to pedestri
ans in that locality.
TO POOL TICKETS
Submit Proposition to the
Republicans for Joint
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 11 The
Democrats of this end of Dona Anrf'
county met with the Democratic county
central committee at the office of N. C.
Frenger yesterday afternoon to discuss
political conditions The meeting was
well attended and was an enthusiastic
one. It was agreed that a nronosl-
tion should be made to the Republican
central committee that a non-partisan
ticket of eight to twelve men be placed
in the field for nomination for dele
gates to the constitutional convention,
the people at large to elect four oi
these to represent Dona Ana county at
the convention. It is expected that by
this method the best men can be se
lected and all friction avoided.
Las Cruces, N. M.,Aug. 11. J. E. Ben
tAn, wife and daughter, and Percy F.
Knight, wife and two daughters, are at
Van Patten's Dripping Springs resort,
where they will spend the next two
weeks. Mr. Benton .nd Mr. Knight arje
with the First National Bank of El
Paso. The Dripping Springs resort is
located in the Organ, mountains about
fourteen miles east of Las Cruces and
is one of the finest resorts in the
There is now a merry crowd at Van
Pattens 'there. Among the newcomers
are the Misses Fuller of El Paso, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry French of Muskegon,
Mich.. Ray Foraker of Ohio, M. Stock
ton of New York, Miss Sullivan of
Chicago and Mrs. Flack of New York.
The younger of the Misses Fuller is a
singer of great talent and has aided ma
terially in entertaining the crowd dur
ing the past week. Mrs. McCoy, of this
city, joined the crowd yesterday aid
more people are expected today and
LAS CRUCES DOCTOB
TO MAKE ADDRESS
Las Cruces, X. M.f Aug:. 11. Dr. R.
E. LrcBride of this city has received an
invitation to read a paper before the
annual meeting: of the Association of
American Railway Surgeons, which will
be held in Chicago during: the month
CATTLE RAXGE HAS BEE.V
Las Cruces, N. 15.., Aug-. 11. The rain
of Tuesday aud Wednesday was general
over the western part of New Mexico
and has been a Godsend for -the cattle
men. The range grass, which was be
ginning to green up from the saowers
of last week, has taken a new lease on
life and is growing at a remarkably
rapid rate. Cattle are adready begin
ning to show the results, looking much
glossier and fatter. The Turner and
Isaacs range, just east of here, received
a good soaking, as did the Cox range
east of 'the Organ mountains.
ANOTHER FINE RESIDENCE
FOR LAS CRUCES TOWN
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 11. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Manasse have moved into their
new house on Miranda street. The house
has just been completed and is one of
the prettiest and most modern in the
city. It Is one story in height, built
out of white brick'and equipped with all
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, X. M., Aug. 11. W. A.
Fleming Jones and wife left yesterday
for El Paso, going in Mr. Jones auto
mobile via the Organ mountains and
Cox's San Augustine ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Hall returned
to El Paso yesterday after a few days
visit with R. L. Faulkner and family.
C. L. Post has returned from a sur
veying trip to Canutillo.
W. X. Hager, of Mesilla Park, was in
Las Cruces yesterday on his way to
Leasburg on land business.
R. T. Xevarez and family spent Wed
nesday with friends and relatives in
Iona Ana, the occasion being the cele
bration of Fanto Lorenzo day.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Manasse will ar-
rive home from an extended trip to New
York and other eastern points tomor
Judge Marcial Valde'z was an El Paso
Sam Rhodes, of Leasburg, was In the
city yesterday on business.
R. S. Humphries, of New York, was Hi
Las Cruces yesterday and left today for
Arizona and California points.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Leonard, of Pueblo,
who have been in tr-e city for sevral
days, left for Albuquerque this morning,
from where they will go to Arizona and
MINING AND OIL NEWS.
THE DRAGOON DISTRICT
Q SOW MOST ACTIVE.
Dragoon, Ariz., Aug. 11. The Centur
ion Mining company has encountered
a rich body of ore on the 410 foot level
of the shaft. T.ie ore and iron coanes
in the hanging wall with nearly a ver
tical trend. Fifteen feet more will be
sunk and the fifth station be cut, and
drifting in ore will be pushed each
direction and shipments be commenced
within 60 days. The new strike Is
creating great interest in the district
The property is two miles distant from
another important property, known as
the Red mountain.
Contract work is progressing on
Hazlewood's Cicero-Smith mine, which
j adjoins' the Ben X. Williams property.
and F. W. Adams is doing work on the
Adaros 12 claims adjoining the Hazle
The Texas-Arizona people are work
ing two shifts taking out ore, and
shipped another car last we"ek.
C. Hooper has leased the Gregory
claims and is working them. An ex
amination Is being made of the'Higgins
properties and it Is reported that a dia
mond drill wdll be installed.
The Red Mountain.
The Red Mountain company is devel
oping a group of claims In the same
district and encountered some 'good ore
bodies in the crosscut, which is being
driven south from the 100 foot level.
The ore is 'a good milling proposition
and on a 75 percent reduction would
show in the concentrates $4 In gold,
$10 in silver and 10 percent copper.
Plenty of water is attainable, at 600
MAXT IMPROVEMENTS f
AT THE JEROME CAMP.
Jerome, Ariz., Aug. 11. In the mine
of the Haynes Copper company. Je
rome, Ariz., in the drift calied the A
drift, on the 700 level, ore is reporter
to have been exposed 40S feet. A
body of slate had been run through,
when the full face of the drift had
been carried Into a solid bdy of high
grade sulphides, and entered it three
feet "with Indications of permanency.
The Haynes mine is near the Ar
kansas and Arizona, and the strike is
considered of great significance to the
The United Verde.
In the same district improvements
are in progress at the United Verde
Copper companVs works. Two blow
ers with a capacity of 3000 cubic feet
per minute are being installed, one to
be run by electric motors and the
other by a Diesel oil engine using
crude oil. It wljl be in a new build
ing constructed for the purpose. The
foundations are of concrete.
A new 500 ton furnace is being
placed in the smelter in addition to
the three already in. ,
STEADY WORK BEING DONE
IN THE HARCUVAR" DISTRICT-
Wickenbucg, Ariz., Aug. 11. The an
nual report for 1909 of the Harcuvar
Copper company has been Issued. The
compan-v has a group of 20 patented
claims and a 20 acre water claim, in
the Harcuvar mountains near Wenden,
Over $20,000 has been expended in
improvements and development work.
A tunnel has been run in on the vein
511 feet and several hundred open cuts
and prospect shafts made. The claims
are traversed by a series of parallel
diorite dikes from 10 to 30 feet wide
about 100 feet apart. The ores are ideal
for smelting, averaging 4 percent cop
per, ?6 to $S gold, S5 cents silver and
15 percent iron.
Arizona Copper Belt.
The Arizona Copper Belt company Is
developing the Wren group near Can
stellation and has driven a tunnel on
the vein 170 feet, attaining a depth of
400 feet, showing a two Ifoot vein of
high grade ore, both gold and copper.
A shipment will be made to the Hum
SONORA, MEXICO, MIXES
ARE BUSY OPERATINC.
The Tigre Mining ccjnpany. in So
nora, Mexico, has nearly finished a
combined derrick and crane to be used
in unloading heavy machinery of Ysa
bel station, on the Xacczari railroad,
from the cars to the freight wagons.
Col. Francisco H. Garcia, who re
cently turned over his Pilares silver
mine, in Pilar de Teras, to A- J. King
Th Diadiy Finger Has!
Every time you scratch yourself you
run a risk. To scratch your scalp, a
pimple or a scab Is dangerous. Your
finger nails carry germs of Eczema,
Tetanus (Lockjaw), Erysipelas and all
manner of skin diseases. Let one germ
get Into the scratched place and trou
ble is sure to follow. Because you have
been lucky enough to escape so far is
no sign that you will be so lucky in
the future. For any itching use Lit
tell's Liquid Sulphur Compound, stops
Itching instantly, and permanently re
lieves all skin troubles Eczema. Ery
sipelas, pimples, running sores. Tetter,
Ring Wovm, Chaps, Roughness, Red
ness or Skin Blotches. Sample bottle
sent postpaid, for 10c Rhuma-Sulphur
Co.. St. Louis. 4
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At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A quick lunch prepared ia a minute.
Take no imitation. Just say "HORLRTS."
fo? No osttgjine qp Trust
Ellis Bros. Ptg. Co.
Ellis Bldg. 110 S. Oregon
s . n n
Friend. This great remedy prepares the
ing event, and its use makes her comfortable during all tho term. Mother's
Friend assists nature in gradually expanding all tissues, muscles and tendons, it
strengthens the ligaments, keeps the breasts in good condition, and brings the
woman to the crisis in healthful physical . condition. The regular use of
Mother's Friend lessens the pain
when baby comes, and assures a
quick and natural recovery for the
mother. For sale at drug stores.
Write for free book for expecrtant
B3ADFIELD EEGUXATOS CO.,
and associates, is instaling a lot of
heavy machinery In the same district.
The Pllares Mining and Development
( company Is shipping a lot of high
grade ore to Ysabel, from the CInco
de Mayo and Noche Trlste mines.
TEACHERS OF GRANT COUNTY
ARE HOLDING INSTITUTE
Silver City, N. M.. Aug. 11. The Gran
County Teachers' institute has opened
in the public school building, with pro
fessor Hugh A.. Owen as conductor, and
Mrs. Grace Griswold Bisby as assistant.
The following teachers have enrolled:
Misses Dorothy Watson, Lillian Jack
son and Mrs. Bisbs, Pinos Altos; Misses
Karina M. Asmns, Agnes and Annie B.
Cumbee, Ada Estes, Pauline B. Kilton,
Ernestine- Oakes, Louise A- Snyder, Bes
sie Cauthen, Frances Ehrenstein. of this
city; Marvin Holland, Reserve; Misa
Inez F. L. Huff, Santa Rita; Misses Eli
zabeth Kerr and Inez "Wright, Lords
burg; Mrs. Galesta S. James and Miss
Mary Lee, Leopold, Mispes Myrtle and
Celeta Lewis, Alamogordo; Miss Flor
ence E. Noble, Stein's; Miss Vivian Red
ding, Mimbres; Miss Verona Teel. Teel;
Messrs. T. W. Holland and Alfred Cad
wallader, Cliff, and T. B. Holder, Dim
can, A. T.; being an enrollmer-t of 2C
and others to enroll the present week.
Attorney Alvan X. White addressed
the teachers Wednesday upon the sub
ject, "Some provisions our constitution
The course of study adopted by the
territory is being followed, and a "half
hour is given ea"h day for add-esses
or general discussions. The Institute will
continue for 10 days.
PIONEER EL PASOAN IS .
VISITING IN EL PASO
W. W. Mills, of Austin, former col
lector of customs at El Paso and United
States consul at the City of Chihuahua,
is in the city a guest at hotel Orndorff.
Mr. Mills with his wife will visit old
friends in El Paso for a fev days. He
is a brother of Gen. Anson Mills, who is
erecting the Mills building on Pioneer
plaza. Mr. Mills is a many years maga
zine contributor and author of a book,
"Forty Years In El Paso."
A Poor Weak Woman
As she is termed, will endure bravely and patiently
agonies which a strong man would give way under.
The fact is women are more patient than they ought
to be under such troubles.
Every woman ought to know that she may obtain
the most experienced medical advice free of charge
and in absolute confidence and privacy by writing to
the World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V.
Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Picrc
has been chief consulting physician of the Invalids
Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for
many years and has had a wider practical experience
inthe treatment of women's diseases than any othfer physician m this country.
His medicines are world-famous for their astonishing efficacy.
The most perfect remedy ever devised for yrcek. end deli
cate wmen is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG.
SICK WOMEN WELL.
The many and varied symptoms of woman's peculiar ailments are fully set
forth in Plain English in the People's Medical 'Adviser (1008 pages), a newly
revised and up-to-date Edition of which, cloth-bound, will be mailed free oa
receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to pay cost of mailing oxfy. Address as above
IN ITS DEALINGS WITH ITS CUSTOMERS FOR
THIRTY YEARS THE
flRSI NATIONAL BANK
Has demonstrated its purpose in giving depositors every advantage ob
tained by years of experience and it is a definitely settled policy to study
their requirements thus meeting intelligently their needs. Diligence in
pvery department -with this end in view has brought success to the bank
and its customers alike.
Capital $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits 225,G00
We cordially invite new business connections.
Our new savings department pays 4 per cent on deposits.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
C. R. MOREHEAD, President GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. N. BASSETT, Vic Pre.
! L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't- 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
W. W. Turnev, Prest.
S. T. TnrnerVice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SUSPLUS AND PROFITS $150,0G0
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STAGES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus ahd Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
XL S. Stewcrt . Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Aadreas K. Kohlbetf B. Blnmenthal
J. F. Williams J- H. Mar
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVTTED
Every -woman's heart thrills at th
cooing and prattling of a baby, and
.motherhood is her highest and.purest
joy. Tet the suffering incident to
this great consummation of her life's
desire, robs tho anticipation of soma
of its sweetness. Most of this can
be avoided by the use of Mother's
'expectant mother's system for the com
RO SWELL BOY DENIES
J GUILT OF INCENDTARISTI
Declares That He Confessed That Hi
Set Fire to Hotel Because He
Wanted To Be Released
Roswell, X. M., Aug. 11. Samuel
Howell, father of Howard Howell, the
loyearold boy who has been in jail on
the charge of firing the Clem hotel,
j declares that the alleged confession of
his boy was wrung from him by duress.
The boy now claims his absolute in
nocence and states that le confessed to
firing the building tvhen,'he was scared
by the officers, who said that they
would let him go if he confessed, and if
he didn't confess that they would put
! him in jail. He is out on bond.
J "WEDDING AT SILVER, CITY;
PLENTY OF RAIN FALLS
Silver Cit3 X. M., ja.ug. 11. Another
couple stole a march on their friends
Wednesday when W. J. Cureton and
Miss Ethel Oakes, daughter of Mr.
and Jlrf. H. L. Oakes, of this city,
were quietly married at the home of
the bride. The couple immediately left
j for a honeymoon trip to Los Angeles.
has purchased the residence property of
professor Owen, who expects to leave
in about 10 days for California, where
he will teach the coming yeari
This city and vicinity had fully a one
inch rainfall Tuesday night, and the
rain was quite general. T,he rain fell
steadily, but lightly, and has undoubt
edly done an immense amount of good.
BACTERIA AND ICE CREAM.
Chicago, 111-, Aug. 11. An official
limit of five million bacteria per cubic
centimeter of ice cream is a new stand
ard for the state of Illinois, announced
by A. Hanby Jones, chairman of the
state food commission- The standard
will go into effect August 15. Accord
ing to the statement, ice cream must be
of not more than one per cent gelatine,
gum tragacanth or other harmless veg
etable gum and contain not more than
five million bacteria when melted.
Bank & Trust Co.
"V. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
H. E. qhristae, Secy.
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