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EL PASO HERALD
4 Monday, November 21, 1910
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F5IR IS Bit
fill! lu UIO
Exhibits Many and 'Credit
able and Attendance
Greater Than Expected.
Las Cruces, X. M., Nov. 21. The
Agricultural Fair and Resources expo
sition held in Las Cruces Friday and
Saturday was a big: success and was
attended, by large and admiring
crowds. The exhibits were many and
varied, probably the largest being from
Avondale, the ranch home of 2L C.
From Avondale there was an ex
hitit of 2S varieties of canned fruits,
preserves,, etc., bread, cakes, alfalfa,
hogs, horses and cows. F. C. Barker
& Co. had a -fine exhibit of fresh veg
etables, the Agricultural college show
ed wheat and other grains, vegetables
and fruit; John Engler had a fine dis
play of pears and C. E. Locke a fine
display of apples. The poultry and live
stock exhibits were especially large,
many pens of fine chickens being
ehown. The women's work department
was filled with fancy work, bread, bis
cuits, cakes, preserves, etc, and the
showing of old curios was v.ery in
teresting. In the curio "department M. Oltiberas
had a short sword that was carried and
used during the Mexican and French
wars; C O. Bennett exhibited a sword
that Cortez carried when he came into
Kexico, and Sam F. Bean had firearms.
One was an old flintlock musket, with
the extra long barrel; another was a
muzzle loading cap and ball pistol, and
another -an English dueling pistol that
is said to be more than 200 years old.
Mr. Bean also had on exhibition the
only watermelon of the fair, one that
he raised on his ranch this year.
During the evening Saturday the Las
Cruces band gave a concert in the Ex
position hail and the Las Cruces fire
department made an exhibition run
from the fire house to the exposition
grounds and put out a miniature, fire.
To Make Jt - PermaneaX. , -
The fair was guch a success, even
under the unfavorable conditions which
confronted the promoters, that it has
been decided to make a permanent fair
organization. The credit for this first
fair belongs to "W. P. Lapolnt, d!tor
of the Citizen, and Mr. JoqueL
The following; awards were made:
Best exhibit of grains, any variety
Best bale of alfalfa Avondale ranch.
Best display of vegetables, assorted
varfcties, aggregating 250 pounds F.
C. Barker & Co.
Best six heads of cabbage Agricul
tural college, t ,
Largest immpTcIn--A.ED. Litton. -on
pumpkins grown without irrigation.
Best livestock exhibit Oscar toll
man. Best dairy stock p. Peacock. ,
Best drlvingHibrse--D. -V. Peacocki
Best draft cblt, one year or under
Best draft team John Engler.
Best hog, any breed or sex M. C.
Best collection of home fancy work
Mary Bouaalt, .first; Mrsi Gross and
Mrs. O. Li -Johnson, honorable .men
tion. - - C
Best collection preserves Irs. M. C.
Best three loaves of hread made from
Diamond M flour Mrs. John Engler,
first; Mrs. Tilmont, second.
Best loaf of bread from Second to
None flour Mrs. B. Freeman, first;
Mrs. Stewart, second.
Best cake made from Globe flour
Best loaf of bread or pan of biscuits
by girl under 18 years of age Huth
Brownlee, first; Alda O'Hara, second.
Best collection of canned fruit Mrs.
F. A. Hawley. Mrs. R. E. Lee received
honorable mention on canned fruit dis
play. Best hand painting Luis L. Lucero,
first; Josefina Nevarez, second.
Best display of cushions Mrs. C.
Gamboa, first; Mrs. "Wills, second.
Best lot any class poultry E. D.
Best lot of turkeys C. T. Turney.
Best three pounds of butter Mrs. IV.
Best and largest display of fruits
C. II. Locke.
Best display of apples and pears on
12 plates John Engler.
Best display of all classes-of .miner
als Bennett Stephenson,. Mine,- V
Best display of goldj copper or sil-"
ver Mrs. C. C. Cowan.
Best dog exhibited Edgar Rhodes.
Best Scotch collie dog Blanchard
Best display of rabbits Roy Bean,
first; Myles Williams, second.
- Best "display of homing pigeons El
Best display of Persian cats Mrs. R.
H. Sims, first.
To Miss Mary Rouault and Mrs. W. F.
JJerma is given the credit for the fine
and large display of fancy work, paint
ings, bread, etc., in the woman's work
department, as they worked hard ts
obtain the various exhibits.
G-ET AN OVATION
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 21. The first
and second football teams of the Agri
cultural college returned nome Satur
day night the first team having met
defeat against the Arizona college boys
of Tucson by a score
the second team having
quished by the El Paso High, school
team by a score of 51 to 0.
The two teams were met at Mesilia
Bark station by 45 or 50 of the stu
dents and the entire crowd came on
to Las Cruces, where they gave a
torchlight paarde to advertise the
game between the college and the'Ros
well Military institute, which will be
held here on Thanksgiving afternoon.
The students gave the serpentine
march on Main street, which was not
only pretty, but showed that the boys
had practiced hard to get it perfected.
The crowd then visited the Agricul
tural fair, after w-nlch they went to the
Airdome, where a special show was
put on especially for the students.
Although the team met defeat at
Tucson, the general feeling here over
the outcome of the game with. Ros
well is one of confidence in a victory
for the college. The game will' be a
hard fought one and quite a number
of El Paso people have notified the
boys that they will be here to see it.
J The El Pasoans will come up on the
morning train ana return on tne even
ing train, thus losing only one day,
and getting the advantage of the low
Thanksgiving railroad rate.-
Vcul6 SENTENCE SERMONS IN
Z PHI PITS OF F.l. PASO
ii v :jmijm
turned to Las Cruces and will locate
EL PAS OAK'S STILL LOOK
FOR V SANITARIUMS-SITE.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. , 21pr. E.
D. Sinks and R. C. Wilson, .thV two
El Pasoans who are to build "Uhe 'big
sanitarium in the Organ mountains
east of Las Cruces, were in the
city yesterday after supplies. They
have been thoroughly investigating a;l
of the most available sites in the
mountains, paying especial attention to
the water supply. So far they-have
not arrived at a definite conclusion as
to the site, but their choice has nar
rowed down to three or four locations
and will probaly decide upon one of
them this week. They are to build
the sanitarium and the people of Las
Cruce's and the Mesilia valley will con
struct a good road from here to the
CLEARING LAND AND
GETTING FENCE POSTS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. -21. More
raw land is being cleared ami put
in shape for cultivation in this valley
this year than ever before in the his
tnrv of thft section. The bosque land
SaM ; to and alon the river furnishing all the
ng been Van d at the peopfc ol : the valley are
using, uesiues wuicu a- b"uu ""j
loads are being shipped to other points.
Considerable timber that is being cut
in order to clear the land for farming
is being cut into fence posts, for which
there is a large demand at present.
EL PASO MAN BUYS FINE
PIECE OF PICACHO LAND.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Nov. 21. Through
the Rio Grande Valley Realty com
pany, Dr. W. C. Field has completed
a deal whereby John Thompson of El
Paso bought 76 acres of land near
Picacho at ?35 an acre. The land Is
unimproved, but is fine agricultural
land and will be under the ditches
from tne Elephant Butte dam. Mr.
Thompson is the El Paso manager for
Swift & Co.
With "the -very great multitude of men, the pretence of a want of power i
Is really hut a want of will. Rev. Henry Easter, Church of St. Clement.
The. supernatural element of our Christianity Is heaven's emphasis on the
miRht and artfulness of sin. Rev. Caspar S. Wright at Trinity Methodist
In John III.-3 Christ speak plainly as to a change of heart being- es
sential to snIat!ou. Rev.. L. "R. Millican, of Alamore, Tex., at First Baptist
The nevr creation means a new character that produces the new life, as
separated from the life of evil. J. B. Cochran at the Highland Park Meth
To hate power with God and power Tilth man, In the service j
of our Lord Jesus Christ, is to he baptized with the Holy Spirit. Rev. Frank j
W. Otto, First 31. E. church. I
I regard the missionary work of the fiscal year, considering all the diffi- J
cultlcs, as the greatest work the Baptists of Texas ever did. Rev. R. T.
Hanke, Calvary Baptist church.
To give expression to the sentiment of jrratitude is to strengthen it;
to express one's faith in Christ Is to strengthen that faith. Rev. C. L.
Overstreet, First Presbyterian church.
DONA ANA FABMEBS
FORM AN INSTITUTE
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 21. There
was an enthusiastic meeting of farmers
and business men at the offices of the
Produce Exchange, called for the pur
pose of organizing farmers' institutes.
The meeting was called to order by
L Mr. Hoagland and a permanent organ
ization of the Dona Ana County Farm
ers institute was perfected! with tne
following officers: H. H. Schultz, pres
ident; Jeff Isaacks, vice president, and
A .R. Heineman secretary.
A general discussion of ways and
means and plans followed and it was
decided to hold the first regular insti
tute on Saturday December 3, the pro
gram to be published, later, themeeting
to be given over-to the subject of' wheat
grpwii?.?A - '- ' t
A meeting will bevhed on the first
Saturday of each month hereafter, a
7 different subject to be taken up at each
meeting. The January meeting will
deal with alfalfa. These meetings will
be lead by men of practical knowledge
and experience along the different
lines to be taken up, and at eacn meet
ing there will be an open discussion
to be participated in by all present.
A SYSTEMIC BLOOD DISEASE
Catarrh, is not merely an affection
of the mucous membranes; it is a
deep-seated "blood disease in vehich. the
entire circulation and greater part of
the system are involved. It is more
commonly manifested in the lead,
nose and throat, because of the sensi
tive nature of these membranes, and
also because they are more easily
reached by irritating- influences from
the outside. Tlie symptoms of Ca
tarrh, such, as a tight feeling in the
head, nose stopped up, throat clogged
and dry, lacking cough, etc., show
that the tiny blood vessels of the mu
cous membranes are badly congested
and jinflamed from the impurities in
the circulation. To cure Catarrh per
manently the blood must be purified
and the system cleansed of all un
healthy matter. Nothing equals
S. S. S for this purpose. It attacks
the disease at its
head, goes down
to the bottom of
the trouble and
makes a complete
and lasting cure
the blood. Then
to heal, the head is cleared, breathing
becomes natural and easy, the throat
is no longer clogged, and every un
pleasant symptom of the disease dis
appears. S. S. S. is the greatest of all
blood purifiers, and for this reason is
the most certain cure for Catarrh.
Book on Catarrh and medical .advice
free to all who write.v
THE SWIFT SPSCIT1C CO., Atlanta, Ga,
CALL MEETING TO
Las Cruces, N M. NovI2i. A meet
ting of all the citizens -of Las Cruces
and the farmers and ranchmen of the
county has been called for Tuesday
night at the armory ,fbr the purpose
of organizing a permanent fair asso-
Las . Cruces, ' N. M., Nov. 21. Only
one game was played in the. billiard
tournament Saturday, the score being:
Armijo 64, high run 7; Lamb 37, "high
run 6. Angel 69, high run 10,; Cass
2$, high run 4.
WOODMEN IXITIATE FOUR.
Las Cruces. X. 2I.t Nov. 21. The Las
Cruces lodge of the Modern Vfoodlnen
of America initiated four candidates
at their hall over French's laundry
The new members are T. Rouault. jr.,
C, O. F. -Hoffman, L B. Bradford and
PAINTS MBS. EDDY
Evangelist Bulgin Scores
Christian Science and-.
Declares Its Head
' an Iniposter.
Christian Science got a volley of
broadsides from Bulgin Saturday night
when the tabernacle evangelist
preached his advertised sermon, "Is
Christian Science Orthodox?" The an
swer was a great big N-O with all the
oratorical frills the preacher could
add. He held that Christian Science
was not scientific and was ariti-Chrls-tian.
He called Mrs. Eddy an im
poster and laid out the entire belief
ready for interment.
"Christian Science ought never to
have been a church," he said. "It is
ciatlon. I not what the church stands for.
The success of the Agricultural Fair 1 Neither is it science. ' It is not good
Tour influence may uplift and bless -your family and neighbors, or It may
wither, blight, doom and dam them forever; therefore, let your Influence be
for good. Rev. CAX. Daniel, Houston Square Baptist church.
It has been necessary in El Paso to do a great deal of blasting in or
der to make the place habitable, and blasting the hard rocks of sin is quite
as necessary to make it morally respectable. Rev. P. J. Rice, First Chris
As in business, the world judges Christ and the church by the sam
ples, so If the church members fall to make good by practical consecration
the world will reject our Cord and Ills church. Rev. O. G. Jones, Westmin
ster Presbyterian church.
fer. Poor, old silly thing. If she had
lived 15 hours in a, theological school
in Texas she would have known better.
"She says she heals as Jesus Christ
healed. I say that that is a lie."
Big Sunday Meeting.
Sunday. was Dr. Bulgin's busiest day.
All afternoon and Sunday evening
things were humming at the tabernacle
and the evangelist got the best results
of the entire meeting at the Sunday
school service held in the afternoon.
This was preceded by a parade of the
Sunday schools 4rora San Jacinto plaza
to the tabernacle, following which a
special service was held for the chil
dren of the city.
In the evening the big enclosure was
again crowded, many having to stand
during the service. The choir was al
so the Iargestof the meeting, all of the
church choirs of the city joining In the
union service. Dr. Bulgin preached on
"Why I Believe the Bible to Be In
spired." The collection which was
taken up at the night meeting was the
largest yet received, amounting to over
700 in cash and subscriptions.
Monday night Dr. Bulgin will deliver
his famous sermon on "Hell" and Tues
day evening he will preach a special
sermon to the fraternal societies.
and Resources exposition, got up on
only a few days' notice, and In a year
of scarcity of water, was so great that
it has been decided to hold another
one next year and to prepare the way
for a big exhibit by organizing now,
so that the people can make a special
effort net year to raise and save their
best samples of the various products.
LAS CRUCES SOCIAL
EYEXTS OP IXTEREST.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 21. Mrs. R.
Lv. Toung entertained at "forty-two"
on Saturday afternoon, the prize for
first honor going to Mrs. V. B. May.
The reception rooms were beautifully
decorated with cut flowers .chrysan
themums predominating. Those pres
ent were: Mesdames H. E. Day, C. W.
Gerber, F. "W. Parker, Thomas Branl
igan, Maurice Freudenthal, G. "W.
Frenger, X. C. Frenger, A. Jacoby,
W. F. Jacoby, T. C- Sexton, R. L.
Faulkner, Robert Dross, Gus Manasee,
Sam Manasee, H. C. Clary, Howard
Wagner, V. B. May, W. D. Stevens
and tae Misses Lawrence and Bristow.
Mrs. "V. B .May will entertain Mr.
and Mrs. M. B. Thompson and Mrs.
Forward and family at Thanksgiving
The annual bazar of the St. James
guild cleared about 160. The concert
at the close of the bazar .was attended
by a very appreciative audience, the
following program being given:
Piano duet, "The "Virginia Reel," Mrs.
Stevens and Mrs. Holt.
Reading, selected,, Mr. Wilcox.
Vocal solo, "Vanya'6 Song," from the
Postillions, and "The Years at the
Spcing, Mrs. L. A Broaddus. .
Piano solo, "Polonaise," Mrs. W. J.
Violin solo, "The Legend," Mrs. Sex
ton. Reading, "How. the LaRue . Stakes
were lost,"- Miss Engleright.
? Vocal solo; "Berceuse," Miss Maude
Morrison, with violin obligato by Mrs.
Vocal duet, "I Would That My Love."
Mrs. Branigan and Mrs, Broaddus.
L.AS CRUCES PERSOXAI.S
AXD 5IIXOR HAPPEXIXGS.
Las Cruces, X. M., Xov. 21. R. C.
Faulkner has returned to his home in
San Antonio, Texas, after a visit of
several days with the family of R. I
The smallpox patient is reported as
doing very well, but is badl broken
out and has developed into one of the
most marked cases ever seen here
among the Americans. There is a con
stant guard kept around the pesthouse
both night and day and no one is al
lowed to enter except the physicians.
Isidore Armijo and family, who have
been spending the past weeks in Santa
Fe, where Mr. Armijo was a delegate
to the constitutional convention, ar
rived home today.
Mrs. J. S. Armijo returned yesterday
from a- visit In Albuquerque. She was
accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. E.
O. Samuels, whose husband also re-
science to tell me I have no stomach
when I have thq stomach ache. If I
ever saw anyone -who had a glass eye
replaced with a good one or a wooden
leg replaced with a good leg I woulct
believe in it. Christian Science falls
utterly to demonstrate that their the
ory is a science.
Borders on Criminality.
"As a rule they lead beautiful lives,
but Christian Science conduct in many
cases borders on criminality when they
allow the little ones to suffer bodily
ills without giving them the Godgiven
right to medical treatment. When they
allow children to die without medical
aid they are guilty of criminal care
lessness. If I was to paint a picture
of mother Eddy I would have her in
the middle of a graveyard writing a
book on science and health and sur
rounded by the 27,000 little graves,
the children who died as a result of
the science in Illinois alone.
"Christian Science is criminal on
the marriage relation. The marriage
relation is ofHhe things earth, earthy
she says in her book. Christian Sci
ence women are not permitted to per
form the duties of Wives and mothers
"I believe that God Is blessing th
world more through the doctors today
than Mrs. Eddy and all of her crew.
"Mrs. Eddy says crazy people re
spond to Christian Science more read
ily than anyone else. I believe it. It
has sent a lot of people crazy, but it
has never cured one.
AVIII Continue to Fight It.
"When Christian Science is a church
I will stop fighting it. As long as it is
a heresy I will fight it until I die.
"If Mrs. Eddy is not already dead
she will kick the bucket herself some
day. They say that the're is no such
thing as death, but a lot of Christian
Science people think they are dead.
"They catch the wishy-washy who
never had firm convictions on doc
trine. I never saw a Christian Sci
ence man or woman who knew any
thing about doctrine. Yet the ranks
of Christian Science are Tecruited from
Strikes Blow at the Almighty.
. "When Christian Science attacks the
marriage relation it. strikes a blow
at God Almighty. If. is also an at
tack on the home, the church and the
state. I would hang a man by the
fingers and toes and smoke him with
a cob fire who was untrue to his wife.
"Men of, Texas, be pure or jump Into
the river and kill yourself.
"Christian iScience does not build by
going Into the slums and saving men
or having revivals, but ly proselyting.
Xinety percent of the members of the
Christian Science churches are from
"Of the socalled cures, 87 percent
have a tendency to cure themselves
without the aid of doctors and by
careful nursing and. hygiene alone.
Christ healed instantly and he never
charged for "his healing.
"Mrs. Eddy says Christ did not suf-
DECIDE TO MAKE
Sunday School Teachers and
Officers of Calvary
Church to Meet.
At the first quarterly meeting of
the Highland Park Methodist church
Saturday night it was decided to en
large the parsonage. All reports of
fered showed a flourishing condition
of the new parish, of which Rev. A. X.
Evans is pastor. J. B. Cochran, the
presiding elder of this district, preach
ed at the Sunday morning service.
St. Clement's Xotes.
The guild will meet Tuesday at 3
The Thanksgiving service will be
held Thursday morning at 10:30.
The Woman's Bible class will met
Friday at 4 o'clock.
Teac.hers and officers of theN Sunday
schoof will meet Tuesday night at the
home of the pastor, 1107 Arizona street.
Mrs. C. M. Xewman will entertain
the Aid society Wednesday at her
home, 831 Lebanon street.
All weekday services are postponed
on account of the tabernacle meetings.
TEX PRISONERS ATVAIT
Prisoners confined in the county jail
awaiting transfer to the state peniten
tiary are: Frank Lawson, murder, life
sentence and 10 years; Cruz Delgado,
burglary, two years; Ysldro Padilla,
theft, five years; C. L. Wright, forgery,
two years; W. J. Harkness, forgery, two
years; Roque Silva, burglary, five
years; George Darling, burglary, two
years to state Institute for training ju
veniles; Juan Vargas, burglary, two
years; Santiago Overman, criminal as
sault, five years; Carlos Brleseno, bur
glary, two years.
Others whose appeals are pending
are: John Leech, murder, life sen
tence; Ed Watkins, burglary, five
years; Herman Springer, forgery, two
H. S. LeGros, of the Popular force,
who has been ill with typhoid fever
for the past five weeks, is able to be
Catarrh of the Stomach.
CHRISTMAS STAMP RULE.
There are three countries wh'ch will
not accept letters which bear the Red
Cross Christmas charity stamps, so if
El Pasoans want to send mail there,
they will have to be careful not to
plape these stamps on the envelopes.
These countries are Guatemala, Uru
guay and Portugal. Letters addressed
to these countries and bearing charity
stamps will be returned to the sender
if known, and If not, then they will be
forwarded to the dead letter office and
ALASKAN WINTER MAIL.
El Pasoans sending mail to Alaska
during the winter months, that is, f-om
Oct. 1 to May 1, are notified tha sam
ples of merchandise and fourcn clas?
matter, as well as samples of newspa
pers and periodicals and catalogues,
circulars and patterns will not be accepted.
WE CAN SAVE YOU FOftfl
10 to 25 On Every Dollar
22 lbs. Bast Gran
ulated Sugar for
12 lbs. Sweet Potatoes
Fresh Kansas Eggs,
7 lbs. Onions
10 lbs. Beat White
Potatoes for ,
3 lbs. Prunes
1 dozen nice Dill
3 lbs. Best Head Rice
5 lbs. Jap Bice
2 cans Standard Toma
toes (not second)
3 cans Standard Corn
Little Bottle Durkee's
Salad Dressing for
Big Bottle Durkee's
Salad Dressing for
Friends, National, Toys
or Quail Oats for
Price, Kellogg, Post
Toasties, 3 pkg3
Mother's Mixed Cookies,
regular price 25c; per lb
Big Pkg. Gold Dust
3 Big Pkgs. Grandma's
Borax Powder for
7 bars "White Star Soap
If purchased with $5 worth of
other Groceries or Frish Meats
6 bars Swift's White
Laundry Soap for
10 lbs. Washing Soda
7 bars Swift's Pride
5 lbs. Best Loose Starch
5 gallons best Gasoline
5 gallons best Coal Oil Qf)r
Nice Apples, 4 lbs.
6 lbs. New Grits
6 lbs. Pearl Meal
8 3-4 lb. sack New Meal
Fancy Now Mackerel, 2
T-Bone or Porterhouse r7f9-
Steak, per pound X I C
Loin Steak, " Jf
per pound. . .- ''
Round Steak, 1 JJhg
tier -pound Afei
Briskett Stew, 4
Gem Roll Roast,
Prime Rfb Roast,
Chuck Roast or Steak,
Veal Chops or Steak,
- Veal Stew,
Veal Roast, 1 99f
per pound &
All Kinds of Bulk Pickles, Pickled Onions, Saner
Kraut and Apple Butter.
No order delivered to East El Paso or Highland Park
for less than $10.00.
GEM GROCERY m EIT mi
Cor. Wyoming and Campbell.
A Pleasant, pimple, But Safe and Ef
fectual Cure For It.
Catarrh of the stomach has long been
considered the next thing- to incurable.
The usual symptoms are a full or bloat
ing sensation after eating; accompanied
sometimes with sour or watery risings,
a formation of gases, causing pressure
on the heart and lungs and difficult
breathing, headaches, fickle appetite,
nervousness and a general played out,
There is often a foul taste in the
mouth, coated tongue and If the in
terior of the stomach could be seen it
would show a slimy, inflamed condi
tion. The cure for this common and obsti
nate trouble is found in a treatment
which causes the food to be readily,
thoroughly digested Before It has time
to ferment and irritate the delicate mu
cous surfaces of tne stomach. To se
cure a prompt and healthy digestion
is the one necessary thing to do and
when normal digestion Is secured the
catarrhal condition will have disap
peared. According to Dr. Harlanson, the saf
est and best'treatment is to use after
each meal a tablet, composed of Dias
tase, Aseptic Pepsin, a little Nus, Gold
en Seal and fruit acids. These tablets
can now be found at all drug stores
under the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets and not being a patent medi
cine can be used with perfect safety
and assurance that healthy appetite i
and thorough digestion will follow
their regular use after meals.
Mr. R. S. "Workman, Chicago, 111.,
writes: "Catarrh is a local condition
resulting from a neglected cold in the
head, whereby the lining membrane of
the nose becomes inflamed and the poi
sonous discharge therefrom passing
backward into the throat reaches the
stomach, thus producing catarrh of the
stomach. Medical authorities prescrib
ed for me for three years for catarrh
of stomach without cure, but today I
am the happiest of men after using
only one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets. I cannot find appropriate words
to express my good feeling. I have
found flesh, appetite and sound rest
from their use."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the saf
est preparation as well as the simplest
and most convenient remedy for any
form of Indigestion, catarrh of stom
ach, biliousness, sour stomach, heart
burn and bloating after meals.
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retary; Charles E. Miller, Anthony, X. M.; W. W. Cox, Organ, N. M.
THE BOWMAN BANK & TRUST CO.
Paid Up Capital $50,000.00
rhis Bank is in a Position to Undertake Any Kind of Banking Business.
Will Act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Assignee.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Las Cruces, ' New Mexico.
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Preat.
W. Cooley, V. P. &. Mgr.
"V. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F M. Murchison, Asst; Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
U2HTED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leavell H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blumenthal
J. F. Willinms H. M, Andreas J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTIVELY INVITED
A little Diapepsia relieves
.bad Stomachs in five
If what you just' ate is souring on
your stomach or lies like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch
Gas and Eructate sour, undigested food,
or have a feeling of Dizziness, Heart
burn, Fullness, Nausea, Bad taste In
mbuth and stomach headache this Is
A full case of Pape's Diapepsin costs
only 50 cents and will thoroughly cure
your out-of-order stomach, and leave
sufficient about the house in case some
one else in the family may suffer from
stomach trouble or Indigestion.
Ask your pharmacist to show you .the
formula plainly printed on these 50
cent cases, then you will understand
vbjr Dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must
go, and Whv thav nsnollv i.a1tAT. ..
out-of-order stomachs or Indigestion in (
iivo imnuies. iJiapepsin is Harmless
and tastes -like candy, though each dose
contains power sufficient to digest and
prepare for assimilation into the blood
all the food you eat; besides, it makes
you go to the table with a healthy ap
petite; but, what will please you most,
Is that you will feel that your stomach
and Intestines are clean and fresh, and
yon will not need to resort to laxa
tives or liver pills for Billiousness or
This city will have many Diapepsin
cranks, as some people will call them,
but you will be cranky about this
splendid stomach preparation, too, if
you ever try a little for Indigestion or
Gastritis or any other Stomach misery.
Get some now. this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of tStomaqh Trouble
Efficient Service and Safety
The management of this institution spares no offort In
making its service broad and suited to the requirments
of its patrons. Moreover, every precaution and safe
guard is adopted so that absolute safety is afforded
for deposits. Uniform and courteous attention is ex
tended to all depositors and new accounts either sub
ject to check or at 4 percent Interest are invited.
E I H
El Paso Bank & Trust
Con N. Oregon and Mills St.
SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
CAPITAL STOCK - - $100,000
R. M. TURNER. Pres. F. P. JONES.. V-Pres.
A. F. KERR, Cashier. LEE H. CREWS, Asst. Oash'r.