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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, October 5, 1912 13
The Following Comparative
Figures Show the
During the Past Five Years
September, 190S :. $2,621,508
-September, 1909 .... - 3,24323
September, 19ld" .. , ,.. 3,504,030
September, 1911 ...... .-.-. . .-. ..... .. 4,19102
September, 1912 5,218,513
Board of Directors
J. O. CROCKETT.
J. B. DALE.
J. JL GOGGIX.
E. M. HDKD.
E. W. KAYSER.
J. J. MIISDY.
JAMES G. McNARY.
J. H. NATIONS.
C. M. NEWMAN.
J. M. RAYNOLDS.
J. S. RAYNOLDS.
H. B. STEVENS.
W. L. TOOLEY.
W. W. TDRNEY.
Z. T. WHITE.
J. W. ZOLLARS.
Both begin with S The
difference is in the ending.
A word to the wise, &c.
Open a savings account with
The American National Bank
of EI Paso
Capital and Surplus $360,000
4 on Savings
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. MOREHEAD, President C. N. BASSETT, Vice President
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST, AssL Cashier.
TO DRIVE A NAIL
You must not only hit in squarely on the head once but yon must
also keep hammering until it goes in. right.
It's the persistent "follow-up" that counts. Spasmodic effort in
any line of activity achieves little result: you can't save much
money unles you go about it systematically.
Start with a dollar and a square jawed resolve to put away a cer
tain percentage of your earnings each week or month, and you will
soon have a good sized nest egg for any emergency.
We pay you 4 percent interest, compounded twice a year. Come
In and get acquainted
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO., EI Paso, Texas
Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co.
THE BANK FOR YOUB SAVINGS
Capital and Surplus $350,000.00 Resources oyer . . .
TRY US. You will like our methods arid "become a permanent depositor. We,
in turn, will appreciate your business, whether large or small 4 Per Cent
Paid on Savings. $1 will start an account.
OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
W. W. TDRNEY, Chairman
S. T. TURNER
J. E.' ROBERTSON
B. M. WORSHAM
J. J. ORMSBEE
J. H. POLLARD
W. E. ARNOLD
H. D. BOWMAN
E. M. BRAY
Go through your investments and see how many
of them will net you 8 per cent.
Buy First Mortgage Liens
Through this company, which will net you 8 per
cent and compare the results.
We attend to the collection of both principal
and interest without charge.
WE WILL ARRIVE I
I at both
Roswel! & Corona, N.M.
B on I
M Cut? b
HMMiMUhWJumhw-i iii'mini m w nil
are realized and appreciated whenever the demand
comes for ready cash.
Haveyou started such a fund?
Begin now. Open an account with us.
4 Interest Paid on Savings Accounts.
is never worried who plans to
earn more than he spends and
deposits the surplus with us
We pay 4 mitred on sav
with 4 carloads of as fine a lot of
Ramhouillet & Delaine Rams
as have ever been seen in New Mexico.
These rams are well covered with exceptionally long,,
fine, white wool and the line of the famous
which is unsurpassed in America, is back of them.
This is a
and he has ordered that these high class rams be dis
posed of at once.
Regardless of Price
Come either to Roswell or Corona and we will make
you a most attractive bargain price on any or all of
of "Weiser, Idaho.
GEORGE BRETTELL, Representative
Bank 6: Trust Co;
Just below Post Office.
American Bank Building
El Paso' Texas".
Notice of Removal
The Radium Chemical Co.
wishes to announce their removal
to 21 6 So. Stanton St
In our new location we will
have better facilities to serve the
public, and we extend a cordial
invitation to all to visit us.
RADIUM CHEMICAL CO.
216 SO. STANTON
Use Herald Want Ads.
You are invited to become
one of our customers. We
offer every facility of a mod
em banking institution for
assisting you in your business.
We will handle your business
in the most satisfactory man
ner. 4 Percent Interest on Savings
107 TEXAS STREET
El Paso, Texas.
El. PASO LODGE NO. 130, A. F. fc A. M.
xietjuiar meetings ist ana 3rd
Wednesdays of each month.
W. W. Evans, W. M.
hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.
Scottish Rite Benevolent
Association. Annual Meeting-
and Election, of Offi
cers, will be held in the
Scottish Rite Hall, Monday.
October 7th, 1912, at eight
p. m. All Scottish Rite
Masons are requested to
A. Courchesne, President
W. H. McCullough. Secretary
E. E. RYA.VS DANCING ACADEMY at
the F. B. hall. Social dance every
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Phoenix, Ariz., Oct 5. The 65 Euro
pean scientists who have been touring
the United States s the guests of the
American Geographical society, were ma
rooned today by heavy rains at Roose
Only two more days of Red Tag1 Sale
reductions. El Paso Household Furnish
ing Co., Mills and Stanton streets.
Coal, wood and kindling-.
Phones 36 and 210.
at reasonable prices.
Don't fail to see our home
like window pictures.
Everybody likes them.
you don I see our display
every Week you are missing
Too Late to Classify
VALLEY FARM BARGAIN.
28 acres, highly Improved; fine state
of cultivation, alfalfa, etc; on main
ditch, near Anthony, at $145 per acre.
j $2000 cash, balance to suit.
Newman ct Lyons,
304 Mesa Ave.
BRAND NEW. LOOK!
Simply delightful 11 room rooming
house, elegant furniture, steam heat
(small, economical boiler); running
water; best location. Everything you
could desire. .TSUI pay for Itself C580OJ
t rn -mnTPT .
U ALP-2fl W""--I.:. "SACRIFICE,
1 P. O. a 23 bed proposition. Only $600
casn, ?700 easy terms, call quick.
ToiTle, 30tt Mesa.
SIX ROOM red pressed brick residence,
walking distance; modern. 2 full lots
on paved street. A splendid place. Very
H. L. Howell. Herald Building.
SALE OR RENT New modern 6 room
pressed brick; coal, storeroom ani
laundry in basement; cement porcn.
lawn, trees; on car line. 618 San Jose.
FOR SALE Young and gentle horse.
Call cor. Portland and Cotton Ave.,
iToo Late to Classify
FOR RENT By Oct. 6, 8 room house on
corner, close in; nice neighborhood. E.
DISTRIBUTING AGENTS Either sex,
earn $12.50 per 100 giving away free
pkgs. Blumers Perfumed Laundry
Starch. All or spare time. Dept R.
H., 3422 Lincoln Ava, Chicago.
FURNISHED ROOMS AU conveni
ences, reasonable. 60S Arizona. Phone
FOR SALE 4 splendid lots In the built
up section of Las Cruces, N. M., on easy
payments, or -will trade as first pay
ment on El Paso property. Box 411,
WANTED FOR CASH Kitchen cabi
net and china closet combined. Phone
FOR SALE A snap for cash, 5 room
bungalow. J. F. Mullen. Phone 3468.
FOR RENT 2 furnished light house
keeping rooms, lights, phone, bath, hot
and cold water; no sick, no children.
309 W. Boulevard.
FOR' SALE CHEAP Only wore few
times, man's evening dress suit, size
3S; ladies' dresses, size 36, one black
satin, one tan cloth, one garnet bril
Uantine. Phone 4897.
BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE or rent
by owner. New, close in. on Upson
Ave.; 10 minute street car service,
paved street. Price $8500. Something
out of the ordinary, for particular peo
ple. Home Owner, care Herald.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE
Upper right corner down, nose at right
FIVE ROOM HOUSE and 5 lots at a
bargain price, and a little money and
monthly payments handles it.
H. L. Howell, Herald Building;
FOR SALE IN JUARF.7 Dairy fuRy
equipped, 46 milch cows, Holstein and
Jersey; good condition. Inquire 606
Texas St. Phone 1825. room 31.
FOR SALE 2 single iron beds, leather
and rattan conches, combination saddle
and driving horse, especially suited for
lady; buggy and harness. Bell 3079.
"WANTED Furnished, close In; small
house or 3 or 4 housekeeping rooms,
by reliable adult family having
no sick; best of city reference as to
care of property and payment oX rent.
If suitable would rent for 1 year. Ad
dress E. E. M, care of police station,
FIVE DIAMOND RINGS for sale at less
than wholesale cost Prices S20 to $35.
Money returned If not as represented.
Diamonds, care of Herald.
HOME COOKED MEALS with sanitary
rooms. 710 N. Campbell St. Phone 3093.
FOR RENT. 2 large housekeeping
rooms, close in. Phone 4936.
CAN INVEST $1000 with services in
good business; have good business and
executive ability. Herald. EL 389.
PACKING FURNITURE Lowest rates.
El Paso Storage Warehouse. Ph. 2166.
TO SUBLET 2 offices in the American
National Bank building, less than usual
rate for several months. Phone 1994.
FOR SALE 2 NEW CLOSE IN BUN
GALOWS, COR. ARIZONA AND NOBLE;
SMALL AMOUNT DOWNj $30 MONTH.
DR. B. F. STEVENS.
FURNISHED ROOMS for rent very
reasonable. 625 Upson Ave.
LOST One tan leather pocketbook
containing Bio Grande bank passbook"
and lodge receipts; small rewaTd. R.
Ray Elliott, 1410 Arizona.
FOR RENT Beautifully furnished
front rooms with or without board.
1123 N. Oregon. Phone 1356.
ONE LARGE housekeeping room. 415
PLEASANT FURNISHED front room in
private family to rent. J12 for 1, $15
for 2. In 1100 block on Rio Grande
St. Phone 0as.
AVANTED Position by firstclass ste
nographer; 5 years experience. H. 132,
WANTED Girl for housework. 803
Upson. Phone 947.
FOR RENT Large front room, $7. 711
FOR SALE Coal range. 711 Brown.
NEW 5 ROOM COTTAGE on. "Wyoming
St. Will sell on easy terms.
H. L. Howell, Herald Bnlldlng.
FOR RENT 2 nicely furnished rooms
for housekeeping in private family,
with hot and cold running water; very
close in; no other roomers; no sick need
apply. 615 Myrtle.
TWO NICELY furnished rooms, small
private family; no other roomers; -will
give meals if desired. 1510 Upson Ave.
Phone 2847. '
FURNISHED front room for rent, lady
preferred. 602 Montana. Phone 1492.
WANTED Experienced millinery sales
ladies; good salary. Bloch Millinery Co.
WANTED Gold fish for the fountain
at Fountain Dairy Lunch, basement,
American Bank Bldg.
TWO light housekeeping rooms with
sleeping porch. 910 N. Kansas.
TWO CORNER LOTS on Wyoming. Big
bargain for quick sale.
H. L. Howell, Herald Bnlldinc
SO CENTRAL See those nicely fur
nished rooms 1 block from P. O.; $2.50
week. 221 X. Stanton.
FdR SALE 2d hand top wagon. Phone
WANTED By permanent people, no
children. 2 or 3 unfurnished rooms, or
small house. Phone 40S7.
WANTED TO LEASE Alfalfa, ranch of
75 to 100 acres on shares, by reliable
parties, with option to buy. Address
M I T-, care of Herald.
FOR SALE Piano.
St. Phone 1362.
Call at 406 Texas
WANTED Good Mexican girl for
chamber work; one who speaks Eng
lish. St Charles Hotel. 303 S. El
WANTED Chambermaid and dish
washer, 615 X. Florence. Phone 3264.
FOR RENT Completely furnished
housekeeping apartment strictly mod
ern. The Echo. 1126 Myrtle Ave. Phone
FOR SALE An established grocery
and meat market; good location, doing
fine business. Write E. 396, Herald.
NICE FRONT ROOM for rent Small
private family. 604 Prospect Phone
FOR SALE Two dressers, $4.50 each;
one chiffonier, $3; fryers, 35c to 50c
WANTED Firstclass carpet man; none
other need apply. Hoyt Furniture Co.
WANTED Good porter. Must come
well recommended and not afraid of
work. Hoyt Furniture Co.
FOR RENT Two housekeeping rooms.
1013 N. Florence. Phone 1948.
AVANTED Good motherly woman for
housekeeper and care of 4 year old boy;
references reouired. addIv Mrs. Mul
len. 804 K. Stanton. Mother In busi
ness. FOR SALE Boy's saddle pony, $15.00.
Inquire 1106 Texas St
ROOM AND GOOD BOARD for several
congenial young people; homelike sur
roundings and special attention for
healthseekers. 1411 Brown St
DR. JONES, FOOT SPECLVLIST, Mills
Bldg, has enlarged and newly fur
nished his office. Finest from coast to
coast Lady chiropodist in attendance.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, moles and other
blemishes removed permanently. Write
for free booklet Smallpox scars re
moved. Expert chiropodist Mrs. Ben
son, 326 Herald Bldg.
or unfurnished rooms.
WANTED By competent man, books
to keep, either at home or your place
of business. Phone 4909v
WANTED TO BUY 2d hand baby
buggy in good condition. Phone 3057.
WANTED A COOK Apply 511 Mesa.
FOR SALE 8 White Rock hens and 1
rooster, $10. Phone 2968.
FRESH JERSEY COW for sale cheap.
Makes 1 lb. butter per day. Phone 3065.
W. Jf. Elliott
ONE NICELY furnished housekeeping
room, screened porch, private family.
WHY SHOULD YOU allow the bank to
make 2 percent commission on the
loans you buy. I have A No. 1 loans
for sale, passed on by the best attor
neys, and accepted by the banks, -which
will net you nearly 9 percent per an
num. Address Loans, care of Herald.
FOR SALE Splendid large 3 story S
room residence in Sunset Heights; close
in; modern in all respects.
H. L. Howell, Herald Building.
WANTED TO RENT With privilege of
buying, modern 6 or 7 room house:
must be in good location and not too
far out Give location and aH. details.
P. O. box 472.
WANTED Competent man to take care
of chicken yards on shares; close in
town. Inquire phone 4642.
"WANTED Good colored woman for
cooking and housework; at Hurley, N
M.: 2 in family; wages $26 per month.
Call Mrs. Davis, Hotel McCoy.
WANTED Mission dining table and
chairs; must be in firstclass condition.
FOR SALE Car load of fresh milch
cows, heavy springers; 3 Red Durham
males for sale. Phone 4563.
FOR SALE Heating stove and range.
HAIRWORK Beautiful switches made
from combings; prompt attention to
mail orders. Mrs. Benson, 326 Herald
FOR SALE 25x134, cor. 4th and EI
Paso St, on one of the best business
streets, about 4 blocks from million
dollar hotel. Buy the place from tha
hustling promoter, and allow me the
exclusive agency and I'll make you
100 percent on all money invested in
2 years. Price $275 per foot 1-3 cash.
A good corner on Stanton and Myrtle.
50x90. $1500 per foot What Is best?
God knows. Get busy with J. L. Dixon
Realty Co 212 San Antonio St Phone
1435. List your property exclusively
with the oil and water magnate, for
I work, watch and pray. 50 acres of
alfalfa land, nice home, fine orchard,
good road, close in. Soon will bring
$500 per acre. But $175 per acre. $3000
or less cash and balance easy terms.
See Dixon for all kinds of bargains.
1435. Rooming Houses. Restaurants
and all kinds of homes a specialty.
1280 acres IS miles out at $2 per acre.
WANTED i to 6 room furnished cot
tage, part of house, or furnished house
keeping rooms; must be firstelass; per
manent people. Write 322. Herald.
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DELEGATES AT CHURCH BAXftUET
ILL WT1TH TTOMAINE POISONING
Denver. Colo., Oct 5. Twenty-five
. r.men, delegat -s to the annual con
vention of the Topeka branch of the
Women's- Foreign Missionary society of
the Methodist church, were stricken
with ptomaine poisoning here during
a bunqut t in the basement of Trinity
Methodist church, at which 300 dele
gates were present Many others be
came ill after leaving the church. Phy
sicians are unable to deolde what food
was responsible for the trouble.
The dinner was provided by the
women of two Denver Methodist church
es, who employed a local caterer to
furnish the food.
Quickest service, best cleaning. Wright