THH OAIltltZOSiO NEW3
QUiti mi Itfrnllnfl Ntwippr In Cli
KiiStlnittn litrMKitn Cminl). Nrw HnUi.
SlitfH rlplttn, In wlvnnra, $K.OO prr rut
MMrni m Hwiml i im tUlt.r ' ii.i l'.i,.n,r.
M '.. Nw M'iro, Jhw : iwi
JKO. A. HALEY BJiUi i VMitUt
I'lfSUAV siii'T ai. Mim
Hulgiuni ami llollaiul each
London, Sept. 21. -An oflirlnl
wiralcM dmpntcli from llerlin,
dattil Saturday, tnvt Hint tin'
llclgtan mbaHi1ir t tlx-1 1 .i m-1
having been wllhdrnwtt. tht- DnUli
intMMMrtnr al Hrnwls nlm 1i,m
Sfvcrnl titne rrcrntly then
have been report tlint (liitiiiiuilu
relations be I wee n Ui'IkIiiih and
Holland wen- strained ns a result
of tile demand of Itelijiuni fur a
revision of the treaty of lH.Vi,
Udder wllicli Holland annexed the
oiiiliern haute of tlie Sclu ldt river
and n trl ot Dutch Limhnrg,
lying between Helgiuiu and lier
tnnttj. Itlthun bated her dcninnds
itpnu tlio necettlty of n stronger
military frontier mid freeing the
trade of Antwerp, her (rent port,
frmn tlie restriction now placed
on it bv Dutch possession of the
lower portion of the Scheldt and
Mkeil for (Hililicnl control of the
MUtheru bank of tin- river, and
nrlitin guarutltees deemed nei.es
try to safeguard lloluium's
economic interest in South Lini
Uurg. In return for these concession,
the Belgians suggested that 1 1 c , i
land receive compensation in the
fortu of curtain bit of (icrtuan
territory inhabited by a Dutch
llollund I understood to have
len Irrevocably opposed to any
renunciation of sovereignly.
A cqmilllHsinn of the peace con
ference, at lit-t accounts, was
considering the situation.
Railroads To Speed Up
Walker I). I tinea, Director
ftilieralnf Railroads, has author
iiell the following statement re
lative to the car situation in Hi
"Tlltrnllroad administration in
filth' "live to the importance of
fllD car aupply situation in the
United States, and is handling
the matter eliertteticallv.
"iimtructiuntt have been issued
to nil the regional directors urjr
inn them to Iwiid every ellorl:
"1. To apeed up road and yard
8. To sue tire heavier loading of
3. To eatnblith and maintain
complete and accurate yard
1. To reduce the number ol
bail order cars.
5. To make prompt delivery to
(. To elTect early deliveries at
f rein U I hotiaea and tuatulraikv
7. To expedite the movement
ot Krai il curs tu terminals.
"lnatructious have also ieeii
MHIlKl lor tile establishment in
each important terminal of a "in
nutiee oi omecra oi me im io.iu
administration whose dun it wit
be to study and expedite the m" .
nielli of cars, empty and lo.nl. d.
in their respective tenimi.iK
'JSvcry enort is I emu niitiU to
speed up the consiriu turn ot the
lOOiOOO freight m- oi.l.red
the railroad administration List
year and to place in sen ic mi. h
of these car as are sti'l in stui.ige
The railroad administration has
deckled to place all these iais in
service irrespective of whether ot
not the allocations are accepted
by the railroad corporations.
September , I'M', Sl,i't8
of these cm were completed and
la aervice, anil I7,4b9 were in
tWtge awaiting lettering and
numbering. The total miuiber
f cars in storage was reduced
from 34,345 on August l, l'U'i to
17,465 on Bititenilier t, l'U'i.
U uri tig the week ending Septem
bar Itw, cars in storage were
atancillad attil placed in service at
the rate of fill per day, New
car at the rate of 218 per day
taaft completed and placed in
fvft, tuna mamng a total ol
extra par day placed tu survice,
Perhaps you have a Defective Title
To your Real Estate
An Alxlrm I niudr t u will uliit out nil lluws in jour Title
mo it now i
Americdn Title & Trust Company
c I'KiihllH l i.irui II Ml li v r. noKJIAN twtiurr
(.:,iiki.iizo, N. M.
QlIECKING UP EXPENSES is really a
pleasant occupation, and a very simple
thing to do when you deposit your money in
a commercial account at this bank, and pay
alt bills by check.
I'poti tlio stubs ol your cheek book are the rec
ordb of onr pipeMillluieM, unci 'lie returned canceled
checkH n if itufiilllum proofH of payment.
You will Ibid your money boch further when you
put It nil In the bnuk, hiiudlliiK your triiimactlunn
tliioilKh n eherk book, mid Hlnce you tuobubly u re
us nunlourt to l-.eep u pot tiiui, at leu at, of the money
)OU receive for your IiiihIiichh elforts us we could
IiomhIIiIj- be to have you, till) aucKeallu.t Miuy be
We will be very (lad to explain thU form of
CAKKMZOXO, N. M.
for buildings of every kind was
never greater than it is today.
Over-crowded houses is the con
dition in all parts of the state.
Conditions nru ns normal now as they
will be for a lonn time. Let's Ret busy
with the construction that the war has
IJUILD NOW the houses the war stop
ped, and make CAKKIZOZO n better
place to live in.
Prosperity comes only front industry
and prosperous thinking.
Yours for Business,
Foxwort h-Galb ra i t h
cAnmzozo Lumber Co. NEW M
A treat you can't afford to miss
LIVE LATHING GIKLS
Admission 25c and 75c, including; tax
The Titsworth Co., Inc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
We carry in stock
Cane Granulated Sugar
Fruit Jar Caps
Fruit Jar Rubbers
Kansas Blackleg Serum
Our prices are reasonable
The Titsworth Company, inc
CAPITAN, NEW MEXICO
J, H. l'KB.NCII, President
II. S. CamI'Iiki.i,, Vlce-I'resldeiit
K. II lloo.NB, Uubbler
K. C. 1'lTTH, Aiilsnnt Cuthier
J. U. I'KHNUII
I. W, OlIHNKV
fi- I.. Ul.WICK
t). T. NVK
S. II. I'AHIIKOUUU
Statement of Condition
September 12, 1019
Loans and Discounts . .$114,522.61 Capital Stock
Overdrafts . . . 327.16 Surplus .
Furniture and fixtures . '1,756.38 Undivided Profits .
U. S. Bonds (unpledged) 27,978.47 Deposits (Demand) .
War Savings Stamps . 100.00 Deposits (Savings) .
Caslt and Sight Exchange 26,400.91
Total Resources Sept. 12, 1918, $112,937.88
Total Resources Sept. 12, 1919, $174,085.53
BANK WITH US. GROW WITH US.
THE LINCOLN STATE BANK
CAUMZOZO, N. M.
Hoover Suggests a
Return tu the Primitive
Sail Francisco, Sept. 21. "I
am KuitiK tu live nt Palo Alto, In
a pluce where I hone no one will
say to me 'I am cold. I am
hungry,' " declared Herbert
Hoover on IiIh arrival here today
euronte to his home at Palo Alto,
"1 have only seen my family
one month hi Ave years," he add
ed, "I went to Uitrope for three
montliH hi 19H, hut have been
away from California for live
He said staple foods already
fallen in pries considerably nnd
predicted there would be a further
steady fall for three mouths.
KegardinK high price! of
clothes and shoes, he declured the
public "could rectify the whole
business in three months time by
not buying any clothes or shoes
for that length of time,"
"Practically all of us can go
wltliout new dollies lor mat
period if we want to," he said.
Members of the local Post
American Legion are urged to
nay their membership dues,
There arc now 07 names on our
roster, and at this time but 10
have paid their dues of $3.00 a
year, This pays to August 1,
1920. Send your remittance to
the post coiumuu'der or to lieu 11.
Tlie Personal Attention RENDERED by the
olhcers of this bank
to the individual requirements of eacli customer is the
foundation of the efficient service which we render to
our depositors. Unquestioned safety and judicious con
servatism characterize our methods.
Member Federal Reierve System
Stockmens State Bank
CORONA, NEW MEXICO
W.R. READ - EDWIN HEAD
Repair Work of all kinds.
Full line of Ford Supplies.
GASOLINE and OILS
-VULCANIZING of TUBES
For lieut Furnished house.
See J. S. Koss. 3-2&tf
Rooms For Kent. Cleau, neat
ly furnished routus in the Lucas
liulldlng. 4.4 tf
FOR SALE AND RENT
I have Id fine head of cattle for
sale and 2 head of horses, and my
r u tali is for rent. For informa
tion write and call oil Minnie K,
Hall, White Mountain, N. M,
FOR SALE-Uprighl Piano
and 3-iti. Wugon, both in good
condition, or will trade wagon (or
good saddle, Alio two young
Huddle horses, would trade both
for jjood gentle saddler for lady,
C11A8. F. Okhv, Oacuro. 9-12tf
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