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Tuesday, October 8, 1912
INI fl&r i M
Its genuine purity its real old age makes it the ONE
whiskey that should be used exclusively in every home.
Get the best always telephone your dealer do it today
On sale generally at Hotels, Cafes and Clubs. Dealers everywhere supply the borne.
E. EPPSTEIN & CO, Sole Distributors . MAIN OFFICE, DALLAS, TEXAS.
PARADE A SUCCESS
Bains Soften Roadbed and Cause Wreck
Sear Artesla; Engine and Two
Cars In Ditch.
Artesia, K. JL, Oct. 8. The flower pa
rade given under the auspices of the
cemetery association -was a great suc
cess and attracted the people for miles
around. There were many expensive
and artistic floats, and vehicles that
were led by the local cornet barnL. D.
L. Newkirk took the first prize for the
most artistic automobile. Wm. B. Pis
tole took the first prize for the most ar
tistic buggy and a surrey cecorated by
the association secured the second
prize. A float representing an Indian
camp -with school children costumed
as Indians -was awarded first prize and
a. float from the Cottonwood school
representing the old woman and her
snoe was given second prize.
The local Rebekahs celebrated the 61st
anniversary of their degree by an in
teresting program at the Odd Fellows'
hall, consisting of readings and music
A banquet concluded the entertain
ment. Constant rains softened the ground
so that the Santa Fe passenger train
going south was wrecked between Ar
tesla and lake Arthur. The jengine.
tender, baggage car and smoker went
Into the ditch. The passengers were
well shaken up, but not injured. The
baggage man bad his leg crushed. The
mail and passengers were brought
down by a special that came up from
LAUD HOLDINGS IN
TXJLAROSA BANK SOLD
Tularosa. N. M.. Oct S. This week
the S5 shares -of stock in the First
State bank of Tularosa belonging to
W. H. Laud were sold to local people,
and that institution is now being- oper
ated entirely with local capital. J. J.
Sanders was elected a director and he
and his son. B. B. Sanders, took part
of the Laud stock. . Barney Sanders
win continue to serve as assistant
If you are going to rence, set some
of lender's treated posts.
I WE WILL ARRIVE 1
1 at both l I
I on 9
1 OCTOBEH ISth I
I with 4 carloads of as fine a lot of I
I Ramhouiilst & Delaine Rams !
I as have ever been seen in New Mexico. 1
1 These rams are well covered with exceptionally long, I
I fine, white wool and the line of the famous ' 1
j BEifferfieSd Breedisig i
which is unsurpassed in America, is back of them.
This is a
and he Eas ordered that these high class rams be dis
posed of at once.
Come either to Roswell or Corona and we will make
you a most attractive bargain price on any or all of
I of Weiser, Idaho. 1
I ' GEORGE BRETTELL, Representative.
al! the South--
Best liked because it is prop
erly aged best liked because
it's genuine-1 best liked be
cause it is absolutely pure,
and all in all the best liked
whiskey in the south.
Its enormous sales its ever in
creasing sales prove this.
And don't forget it's bot-tled-in-bond
cular man will under
stand what that means.
CRIMINAL DOCKET AT
SANTA ROSA CLEARED
Prisoner Convicted In District Court
Are To Be Taken to Santa Fe
Santa Rosa, X. 3L, Oct 8. District
court has completed its work on the 1
criminal docket The following received
the sentence of the court and will be
taken to Santa Fe this week: J. D.
Moore, voluntary manslaughter, 4 to 10
years: Gabriel Romero, uttering forged
check, 2 to 4 years: Gabriel Chavez.
Earl Womack, 1L L. Llndqulst and J.
H. Sherwood, all for larceny from
dwellings, each one year to 18 months.
The last three were not tried at this
term, having entered pleas of guilty.
Only one civil case was presented to
the Detlt iurv on the last flar. aftfv
which the jury was discharged. Thi3
was tne case of Joseph DeGraf tenreid
vs. Fort Sumner Land & Development
company and Fort Sumner Land &
Canal company for damages. An agreed
verdict for $2000 damages was returned
and judgment entered. This was suit
for damages occasioned by failure to
supply water to certain lands owned by
DeGraftenreld near Fort Sumner.
Work on the new Catholic church Is
progressing rapidly and the contractors
expect to have the building completed
before the end of the present month.
The stone work was finished in 1908, but
the oarpenter work has been delayed
until this year because of lack of suffi
cient funds. The completion of the
work will add greatly to the appear
ance of the town.
GOTJLD PROTEST AGAINST
PAYING ?2S44 DUTY
New York, N. Y., Oct S. Frank J.
Gould has obtained the release of
$4M.000 worth of baggage which the
customs authorities seized when he and
Mrs. Gould and her sisters arrived from
their homes in Paris. Under protest,
Mr. Gould paid $2844 on the dutiable
articles, but the greater part of the
valuable jewelry was shown to have
been of American purchase or to have
been assessed before by the customs
Mr. Gould will carry the case to the
The Manicure Lady By William f. Kirk
fcfc-gA.THER was on his high horse
jn again last night," said the
Manicure Lady. "The old gent
has been that way so much o late
that anybody would think he neTer
dismounted a rough rider or some
thing of that kind.
"As usual, George, poor brother Wil
fred was the fall guy. as we are learn
ing to say at the church sociables. He
made the old gent sore by laughing at
a song dad wrote for a meeting of the
new lodge he had joined. The name
of the song is 'Brotherly Love Can
Never Fall. Because It Is the Best of
AIL The only reason that poor
brother Wilfred laughed was because
this new lodge that they dragged
father into is n't a regular lodge, one
of the fine old lodges it is a lodge
called the Moonshiners, composed of
one organizer and a lot of 7 yeggs.
Thatfs one thing Tve got against the
old gent. He is all the time getting in
Tf a lodge started tomorrow that
was made up of the 50 finest citizens
in New York or anywhere, father
would be sleeping too late in the morn
ing to get up and join it: but any
time there is a lodge or a club started
whose principal object Is to love,
honor and disobey all the laws of
regular good fellowship the old gent
is one of the first men there with
bells on. It ain't that he wants to be
wrong. George, because my dad is fine,
but he. Is all the time with them bad
boys and trying to kid himself into
Bath Tubs Prove Best Civilizers
For the Bold Apache Warriors
ATH TUBS as civilizers of the bold,
-rv rt.twue luuiiia is James a.
Carroll's proved theory according
to an Oklahoma City dispatch. Mr.
Carroll was formerly superintendent of
tne Jilescalero-Apache reservation in
the Sacramento mountains. Concerning
the work of superintendent Carroll
among the Apaches the dispatch says:
In the schools and other agency In
stitutions there had been no such thing
as a modern bathtub when his admin
istration began, 15 years, ago, and the
redskins were considerably skeptical at
B.uuui meir use. nut todav thtt
Apache Indian, bold, bad warrior of the
plains a decade ago, bathes as regu
larly as does his white brother.
A monument to the genius of Dr.
Carroll are the good roads that he had
built from the reservation to Tularosa
and the pretty resort of Cloudcroft
The Indians TmdT ! fnrii.tu.
actually accomplished a great deal of'
FARMERS TO MEET
EL PASO DELEGATION
Anthony, N. M., Oct 8. The South
rew Mexico Farmers association will
not have a representative with the El
Paso trade excursion this year, but
-win see to it tnat a big audience is at
the station to hear the "grand finale"
when they make their last stop here
on their way home.
The Valley Telephone company is
adding two rooms to its building, pre
paring for the arrival of the new Trl
State line, which has its poles and
cross arms up along the Macadam
road from El Paso as far as Canutillo,
and six copper wires strung as far as
PORTALES FAIR SUCCESS
DESPITE THE DAILY RAINS
Portales; N. 1L. Oct 8. Roose'Velt
"!"" .Lair, at j-oriaies, was a sue-
cess, notwithstanding rain fell each day.
Exhibits from the irrigated belt sur-
roundlns Portales and from the drv
countys iair, at .fortaies, was a sue-
farms in other parts of the county were
very fine. Fifty prizes were given for
the best exhibits in the different lines
of products. Geo. Deen. F B. Turner,
"W- E. Lindsey and F. T. McDonald
acting as judges. -he art work ex
hibit proved to be very interesting, 15
prizes oemg given. Mesaames ward.
Alldredge and Austin acting as judges.
A part of the farm exhibit will be
shown at the State fair at Albuquerque.
Coe Howard and Reagan 'Connally
having charge of the Portales booth.
The Portales Herald was published
this week under new editorial and
business management Jas. S. Mullens,
formerly of Roswell. N. M.. having
taken charge as editor.
AGED MAN WANDERS FROM
HIS HOME AT VADO, N. M.
W. C. Mead, justice of the peace at
La Mesa, N. M.. was here Monday in
search of Esteban Ybarra, an aged
Mexican, who wandered away from
Vado, N. M., on September 24 and has
not been heard of since. A number of
tne vaney men have been searching
for the Mexican along the east side
of the valley, where he went after leav
ing his home. Ybarra is about five
feet eight inches, Mr. Mead says, has
gray hair, mustache and small beard.
He wore a high Mexican hat when he
left home, -wore no coat and wore a
soft shirt and blue overalls. As he has
not been heard of in the valley it is
believed that he walked to El Paso.
Justice of the peace Mead made a
search for him here, but could get no
trace of the missing man.
SHERIDAN TO PROSECCTE
LASD CASES IN ARIZONA.
Washington. D. C, Oct 8. James M.
Sheridan has resigned as chief of the
field service of the general land office
to Become special assistant to the at-
torney general to prosecute a number
of public land cases in Arizona and I
southern California. I
There is said to be a congestion of
litigation in that territory.
"West Coast Route"
Railroad of Mexico
TRAVERSING THE STATES 0?
Cattle (Farming MiniRg
25 River Valleys
Eow Round Trip Settlers'
Faxes from El Paso to
and iniermodiato points on sale fron
Passengers availing ihemselvCT ,oI
Stopover Privileges at Tucson should
see The West Coast of Mexico. Re
duced Side Ride tickets now on snls.
Sec S. P. ticket agents for details.
H. LAWTON, G. P. A,
Gnaymaj, Spnqra. Mexico.
thinking that they are good boys.
That's a bad system, George."
"Well," said the Head Barber, "what
about the song?"
"Oh, the song was good enough,"
said the Manicure Lady, "because It
had a lot of fraternal stuff in It. but
Wilfred kidded the old man about the
way that he haa put it together. I
don't think father did a bad job at
that, but maybe I ain't a good song
judge. This is the way the first verse
and chorus went. I'll tell it to you.
and then, maybe, you can criticize it
for me, so I can help to get poor Wil
fred in rlgnt again. Listen:
" "How sweet to dwell In unity
With absolute impunity
In any old community!
That's brotherly love!
So, seated round the lodge room table,
"We strive, as much as we are able.
To think of what Cain did to Abel
More brotherly love!'"
"You can't go any further with that
song," said the Head Barber. "I be
long to the Eagles, and I won't stand
for to hear anything said about a
"1 ain't knocking- no lodge." said the
Manicure Lady. T was only telling
you what the old gent wrote, and he
meant it on the level for a boost, too."
"If he meant that to be a boost for
a lodge," said the Head Barber. "I
don't blame your brother for picking1
it to pieces. As far as I know, that's
the only good thing your brother ever
i labor and it was made part of their
i j' "a Ji several nionxns.
."?,"lerAInportant k. " in
j Indllnsere S ISTmSll
r the fine pine and oak timber of the
reservation. The new agency buildings
- -u..iv.o.1 u aio laoaern ana nave
water and electric light and sewer
systems and telephones. The principal
buildings are arranged in a square in
Jheicf.n,ter of w'h'ch is a lake that is
kept filled witn water that comes from
One of the fruits of Dr. Carroll's
Trkwaan appropriation by congress
of $100,000 to return the Geronimo band
of Apaches from the Ft Sill reserva
tion in Oklahoma to the Mescalero
country of New Mexico, over the ob
jections of the state authorities.
Dr. Carroll has gone among the
richest Indians In America, the Osages.
in Oklahoma. He has an ambition to
ai??Lr certHa principles of economics
to the life of the Osages to the end that
their wealth may be of greater value to
NEW YORK WELCOMES
f "SIS &: ?. 8--Headed by
... na-ovunr t.uuitecucui, wearing the
pennant of rear admiral Hugo Oster
haus, 10 warships steamed up New
JJ?Irk?a.J'' th? backbone of the battle
SSlP ivisl0.n '? tne naval gathering of
which the harbor will be the scene for
the next 10 days.
i.Tho,isands. of sightseers were waiting
the battleships, whose arrival was her
alded by screeching- of innumerable
whistles on every craft
The arrivals, besides the flagship.
5fr5 battleships Ohio. New Jirsey
Rhode Island, Nebraska, Kansas. Louis
iana. Delaware. Utah and Florida.
The official opening of the program
In connection with the review began
when the mayor's committee and the
reception committee, headed by Herman
thaAw tw ti. r?i . ' "t'""
t ieJ AlPf- Joh,n Finley put off
,, &HP an,d.sve th,eclty Jor'
??i welcome to rear admiral Osterhaus
Silni??l , ,v , .,
ni Si9- Sf the "KlelSthe.exPectfid
and men, will be In line for the three
big days of the review, beginning Sat
urday and culminating on Tuesday Oc
tober 15. with a presidential review.
To M. M. Gonzales, to build an adobe
residence. East Canal and Walnut
street; estimated value, $350.
,.?- c- Vazquez, to repair buildin?.
420 South Virginia street: PsttmatJU
To J C. McElroy. to build a toilet in
rear of building. Missouri and Stanton
oucois, coiimaiea cost, ?Z0.
North side of Oro between Conla
and city limits G. N. Garcia, jr.. to
H. L. Stewart lots 1 and 12. block 72
East El Paso; consideration. $300: Octo
ber 3. 1912.
Sonth side of Cloudcroft between
.Travis and Lamar streets. Mary E
Lindsey to William J. Benton, lots 21
aILd ":, block 18 Government Hill; con
sideration, $300; October 4, 1912
Northerly line of San Antonio and El
Paso streets. R. Michaelis to H. W
Peacock, lot 35, block 6. Mills map of E!
Paso; consideration $32,000; October
El Paso county. Texas. W. E. Rains
and wife to W. K. Marr and E. W Kay
Ber. lots 5 and 6. block "L" Hague's
subdivision of Government Hill: con
sideration $420; September 25, 1912.
Southeast corner of Bliss anrl r.n
streets Joe Catron and wife to W. K. '
Marr and E. W. Kayser, lots 30 to 32 i
block 119; Eost El Paso; consideration '
$965. October 1. 1912. i
aJZ street, mm i?.n,n , Sa
ge stre.ets- M. Mendiola and wife
ixortnwest corner of Montana, anrl
to Sam Silverman, lots 19 and 20. Mod;
in, .rierce-FInley addition; consider
ation $5175; September 29. 1912.
La Tuna, Texas Royal Jackman to
Lorenzo Flores. lot 12. block 23. La Tuna,
consideration $30. October 7, 1912
San Ellzario. Texas. Tomas Garcia,
sr., and wife to Jose Garcia, one acre
and a fraction. San Elizario grant; con
sideration. $1; March 14, 1911:
Tobin. Texas Prank R. Tobin to
Charles Neel. lots 7 to 10, block 37
Tobin; consideration $40; February 6.
South side of Oxford, between Marr
and Madison streets Government Hill
company to George B. Marshall, lots 27
and 2S, block 90. Government Hill; con
sideration $300; September 25, 1912.
Locensed to Wed.
John E. Boya and Admyra Adams.
Emelio Morales and Presceliana
1136 B. L. Farrar. Toltec club. Sim
plex. 1137 Capt Isaac Newell, 3522 Doug
las street; five passenger Stevens-Du-reya.
1138 A. L. Lathrobe, El Paso Milling
company; five passenger Ford.
To Mrs. Rogelio Rodriguez, 2219
Michigan avenue; October 4.
To Mrs. Harland L. "Wright, Orchard
Park; September 14.
To Mrs. Justo Posas, Concordia; Oc
To Mrs. Antonio Prieto, 709
Campbell street; September 24.
MAX PROXOUXCED DEAD
SHOWS SIGNS OF RECOVERY
San Francisco. Cal., Oct. S. An hour's
heroic treatment brought back signs of
life into the body of Bert Edgar, an
electrician, after he had been pro
nounced dead today from a shock of
2200 volts of electricity. Besides the
shock, Edgar was suffering from a
fractured skull, received when tho
electricity threw him from a platform
15 feet above the cement floor of the
basement of a downtown office build
'HjT TT mav tret -n.p'1 it v s niH t
1 day at the emerteni- hospital.
Wg A REMARKABLE GROWTH I
1 1 SEffl e Following Comparative
I JS Figures Show the
I PS5felji Remarkable
1 The First National Bank' I
I During the Past Five Years 1
I Deposits Total Assets 1
I September, 1908 ..-.;.. ..... $2,621,508 $3,336,29i
I September, 1909 ..-:.K.-.:.:-r3.: 3,24323 4,368,812 j
I September, 1910 :.:.:.-:."---5:-.--: 3,504,030 4920,269 1
1 September, 1911 ... ....:.:.j.i- : '4,194,102 '5,613,475 1
V September, 1912 .-.. .-... .-.-..-.--.-.. 5,218,513 7,026,878 v I
I Board of Directors I
it J. 0. CROCKETT. J. J- MUNDY. J. S. BAYNOLDS- "' ' - f I
J. B. DALE. , FELIX MARTINEZ. H. B.-STEVENS. " " 'i
I "J. M. GOGGIN. JAMES G. McXARY. " W. H TOOLEY. 1
I . El M. HURD. J. H. NATIONS. W. W. TURKEY. 1
I E. W. KAYSER. a M. NEWMAN. Z. T. WHITE. 1
1 A. KRAKAUE1. . J. M. RAYNOLDS. 3". W. ZOLLARS- 1
Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co.
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OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
W. W. TDRNEY, Chairman
S- T. TURNER
J. E. ROBERTSON
B. M. WORSHAM
J. J. ORMSBEE
TATE MATI0NAL 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. FL0RY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst. Cashier.
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You must not only hit in squarely on the head once but you must
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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
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We pay you 4 percent interest, compounded twice a year. Come
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EXGLAXD AXD FRANCE NOW
FAVOR FEDERATION ON" BOXING
New York, N. Y., Oct 8. An Interna
tional affiliation of boxing authorities
of England. France, Australia and the
United States to supervise certain fea
tures of the sport is favored by the
English and French authorities, ac
cording to advices received here from
Paul Rosseau, head of the French fed
eration of boxing clubs.
The suggestions originated with
Frank O'Neil, of the New York state
athletic commission last April, and was
revived by O'Neil's recent protest
against Billy Papke, who went to
France after having refused at the 11th
hcur to meet Frank Mantell here.
J Rosseau has advised the New York
authorities that the National Sporting
club of England desires to enter into
such an affiliation.
NATIONALS ARE VICTORS.
Philadelphia, Pa.. Oct. 8. In the city
series game yesterday the Philadelphia
Nationals defeated the Philadelphia
Americans S to 4. The result was:
Nationals.1..... 8 11 0
Americans...' 4 13 1
Batteries: Nationals, Alexander,
Moore and Killifer; Americans, Coombs,
Biown, Crabb and Lapp.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
"-' Monday's Resnlts.
At Los Angeles R. H. E.
Vernon 11 10 1
Sacramento 0 6 5
Batteries: Vernon. Baum and Brown;
Sacramento, Munsell and Kreltz.
McGOORTV WIN'S IN FIFTH
WHEN JACK DENNING QUITS
New York N Y Oct S Eild'e He
( oort- r ".iikrt5.h W.s won from
lak 1 1. nn ritf ff ?pw u-k. liei " in
tiic filth of a Aihcduied 10 round bout.
Our a la Carte service
is fine. Private dining
rooms.' Well cooked
meals. Careful service
Drinks of all kinds.
Lone Star Inn
On the County Road
61-2 Miles From El
Denning quit in the fifth, claiming a
foul after be had received a hard left
to the stomach. The referee refused to
allow Dennine's claim. The men
weighed in at 157 3-4 pounds.
Hubert Block, of California, won on
sl iuui iruiu uuuriiiy ttati, oi jersey
City, in the first of a scheduled 10
AUTO RUNNING WILD CAUSES
NEAR PANIC XX LOS ANGELES
Los Angeles. Cal.. Oct. 8. An auto
mobile careening wildly down Broad
way at the busiest period in the shop
ping district swung around the corner
at Fifth street hurling a dozen pe
destrians right and lelr, collided with
a team, smashed a motorcycle and final
ly brought up against the front of a
James Wrisrht. who wrs dnvinsr t"f
oar. ejtpl.ii ru that somfthinsr h. I g r
a- rong with the me(-hjii'"n and h
rould neither stoa nor cortril it
J. H. POLLARD
W. E. ARNOLD
H. D. BOWMAN
is never worried "who plans to
earn more than he spends and
deposits the surplus with us
We pay 4 interest on&nv
Sank & Trust Co:
Just below Post Office.
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!. PASO. TEXAS.