Wednesday, January 5, 1910
E0SWELL MAN TO
Here Is the Point BH
When you buy your foot
wear in our store you get
shoes that are made by the
best factories in the country
and you are fitted in your correct
size and width. The shoes wear
and look well just about three times
as long as ''the just as good kind."
Try Your Next Pair From Us
and you will soon realize why so
many El Paso people join us in saying
FIRST NATIONAL BAfK
United States Depository
Loans and investments $2,456,954.37
United States bonds 600,G00.00
Cash in vaults and exchange 1,422,658.91
Capital paid In .... .i $ 500,000.00
Surplus and prctiits . . .. 146.687.33
Circulating notes . . 500,000.00
I C.2. MOEEHEAD, President
TOSPii XLAteVUXW, V. irTML M. Si. JX&SSr .14, V1C Tfc
L. J. GILCHSIST, Ass't Cash.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $178,000.
JL Legitimate Banking Business Transacted In All Iti Eranchta.
HIGHEST PRICES PAH) FOR MEXICAN HOKEY.
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust
7. W. Tttmey, Pxest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Preat.
W. Cooley, Y. P. & Mgr.
.CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS.
CITY NATIONAL BA
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
a?FICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blnmenth&I
J. F. Williams J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED.
J. H. Nations, Pres. Crawford Esrvie,
John T. HcElroy, V. Pres. W. E. Anderson.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
CAPITAL STOCK . . . .$200,000
Prcaptness, Safety and Careful Attention to the Wants of Our Customsra is
the Policy of
rn,n, roiinc men who (have the
stantial bank account, soon jjet
1 I ri
i I X&.
a result of the supporc wnicu reauy muuey ajuurus. xcgir.
today to save a portion of your income. This bank invites v
yLvin"s accounts from $1.00 upwards and pays 4 compound "
. jntersii lucicu".
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For Satisf action'
GEO. D. FL0RYK Caihler.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Assx. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
J. M. Goggin, Vice Prea.
W. L. Tooley, Cash.
protection afforded hy a sub-V
a decided start in business a
lany Candidates Already
Out for the Office of
Alamogordo, N. M., Jan. 5. The
board of county commissioners met in
regular session and declared Alamo
gordo an Incorporated town, under
what Is known as the Roswell plan, by
special act of the last territorial legisla
ture. This plan does not require an
election on the question, only the signa
tures of a proper number of tli9 voters
of the town on petition to the board
of commissioners, asking for incorpor
ation. The commissioners will now call an
election for mayor and three aldermen,
which will be held the first Tuesday in
April. Already there are a number of
names mentioned for mayor, among the
most prominent persons mentioned be
ing Hon. Chas. P. Downs. J. L. Law
son, W. K. Stalcup, Wai. E. "Warren, E.
H. Cox, Jas. A. Baird, Chas. 12. Mitchell
and Geo. "Weigele, sr. Only one or two
have been spoken of as probable can
didates for aldermen. "W. E. Carmack
and Jas. Hunter are mentioned. The city
secretary and marshal will be an ap
Judge A. TV. Cooley, who has been
confined to his home for some weeks,
suffering with hemorrhage of the
lungs, suffered another attack recently
and is now in bed.
Another heavy snow is reported from
Weed, Pinon, Mayhill, Avis and Cloud
croft. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cooper have re
turned from Hot Springs, Ark., where
they went for the benefit of Mr.
YSIiETA TEACHERS ItiTE
Miss Cnrrle Coleman Is Elected to Suc
ceed Prof. Ivinj? Xcv.s Notes
From the Valley.
Ysleta, Texas, Jan. 5. At a recent
meeting of the school board each teach
er was made supervisor of her own
room. Miss Carrie Coleman -was elect
ed In the place of Prof. King, who re
signed before the holidays. A sub
stantial raise in salary was given each
The dance given by J. J. omith. judge
Foix and Don Benigno Alderette, was
a very enjoyable affair. An orchestra
from El Paso played throughout the
evening. A large number of guests
from the valley and El Paso were pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ascarte and Miss
Elizabeth Bryant are guests at the
Capt. Ross and rangers have moved
their headquarters to the TV. J. Harris
Miss Bennie McGlll has returned from
a visit to her mother in New Mexico.
J. Milton Clark is at the Galley
Clark headquarters after visiting his
family In El Paso.
Clifford Duffield of Bloomfield, la.,
was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
C. F. Sensner, a government officer
stationed at San Marclal, X. M.f is regis
tered at Valley Inn.
Miss Annie McGain has 'returned
from a visit to Clin.t
Miss Mary Blanchard Is visiting
friends In El Paso.
VAUGHN NOW HAS
Vaughn, N. M., Jan. 5. Vaughn is
no longer without her automobiles. HJ
D. Toriew, of Roswell, has come in with
a large touring auto -with intention of
remaining. Dr. J. "W. Eatherton also has
an auto fo rprivate use.
H. H. Smith, day operator at the El
Paso & Southwestern, has just returned
from a six weeks visit in Tennessee.
W. C. Guthrie, of Torrance, has taken
the place of P. J. Kersey as passenger
agent at the El Paso & Southwestern.
Kersey has returned to the hospital at
El Paso for further treatment of his
arm which was injured several weeks
F. C. "Westerd Is here from Pan
handle, Texas, with the intention of es
tablishing a newspaper.
M. A. Cork, car repairer for the A.,
T. & S. F.. has bought a lot and is
arranging to build a residence at once.
DIAMONDS 3IAY BE
FOUND IX "WEST TEXAS.
The United Slates geological survey
has been making extensive examination
of the volcanic reg.on of Arkansas
where diamonds have been found.
In the Capote mountains of west
Texas, about 200 miles below El Paso,
and in the Eagle mountains, the" geolog
ical conditions are ideal for the oc
curence of diamonds, as in ancient
times there was great vulcanlsm in tne
midst of carboniferous shales and coal
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Brights
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
KKjrays. Pineules are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
win convince you that Pineules will do all we
claim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A.
Sold by Knoblauch Drug Company.
Property Owners Must Put
Down "Walks Jockeys
Mght in Pace.
Roswell, N. M., Jan. 5 Alvin R. Mor
rison, of Philadelphia, and Charles C.
Tannehill, Aurelius Pruit. James F.
HInkle, J. P. "White, Clifton Chisholm,
J .Smith Lea. Edgar I. Bedell and John
"W. Rhea of Roswell, have incorporated
the Roswell, Northern & Gulf Railway
company with a capital of 150.000. The
object is the building of a railroad from
Roswell to Tucumcari a distance of
about $150 miles, by way of Fort Sum
ner. In the test suit of Bert C. Ingersoll
against the city of Roswell ,in which
plaintiff prayed for an injunction re
straining the city from the enforcement
of an ordinance requiring Mr. Inger
poll and others to build sidewalks along
their property line, judge Pope denied
the petition of plaintiff attacking the
city's right to order the improvement
made and held that the city has a right
to order sidewalss put in wherever and
whenever the city council sees fit to
do so. v
Li. "W.Adams gave C. TV. Greer deeds
to certain property he owned in Ros
well and Hagerman, as security for a
loan of $2500, conditional papers to that
effect being attached to the deeds.
Greer sold the property for $4500 when
Adams became unable to pay the debt.
'""" Lnvjusm- ami iui ms snare oi
the $2000 excess and judge Pope ren
dered a decision In his favor, giving
him all excess after the payment of the
loan, interest, fees, costs, etc.
The last horse race run at theRos
well fair grounds developed, into axun
ning personal encounter between ta.
jockeys riding the two horses. It was
a quarter mile dash between John R.
"Wilson's sorrel "Joe" ridden by Frank
Newark, and J. H. Fowler's stallion,
"Hythen," ridden by Willie Babb. Fow
ler's friends claim that Newark crowd,
ed Babb into the fence and struck
Babb's horse in the face. Babb fell to
the rear, but soon caught up and
gave Newark some of his own medicine.
After that it was "give" and take," the
horses doing the running at will, and 1
me jocKeys engaging In a sparring
match that excited the spectators more
than any horse race that has been seen
here. The judges gave Hythen the
VAUGHX XOW HAS CAMP
OF MODERN WOODMEN
New Harvey House Is Opened to the
Public AntLsnloon "Worker De-
Jl ers Lecture.
Vaughan, X. M., Jan. 5. E. C. Pol
lard, of Roswell, has succeeded In or
ganizing here a camp of Modern "Wood
men of America with 15 charter -mem
bers. The officers elected are: Past J-
cuusui, a. jii. jtiODerts; consul, Louis C. j
roster; worthy advisor, J. R. Caldwell;
banker, "William Mayes; clerk Thomas
"Weaver; escort, H. S. Mullen; physician
Dr. J. X. Eatherton; T. C. Xewbj
Frank Schaeber, Dr. J. X. Eatherton,
managers; watchman, R. E. Adams; sen
try, T. C. Newby.
Rev. S. E. Seddler, superintendent of
the Xew Mexico Antisaloon league, lec
tured at the school house here recently.
X. W. Caldwell, of Texas, Is here on
a visit to his sons, X. M. and J. R. Cald
A. B. Bales, of Horton, Kansas, has
located on a claim near here.
Rev. C. E. Grant, district missionary
vof the Baptist church, Is here.
MORMON CpLONY NOTES.
Colonia Dublan, Jan. 5. The diph
theria flags have been taken down and
no new cases have broken out. The
young folks are now enjoying them
selves at dances.
- The students commenced their studies
in the Academy yesterday morning.
The last few days the Colonies have
been getting the benefit of the At
lantic blizzard In the shape of a strong
Lot Harris has gone to work for Mr.
Dudley as bookkeeper.
Tularosa, X. M.. Jan. 5. "W. S. Bourne
and Mr. Smith of Carrizozo," are here on
their way to look after some mines in
the San Andres.
M. B. Rogers and C. C. Smith have
gone to the Bent mine where they will
assist in making the mill larger.
A. X. Blazer and Paul Jette were
down from Mescalero recently and met
Mrs. Blazer and Mrs. Jette, who have
been spending a few days in El Paso.
Mrs. Geo. Elkins have returned from
an extended visit with her mother, Mrs.
Martin, at Deming.
J. "W. Horner has returned to hl3
home In Carrizozo.
eOt lLs Em
Most folks are indifferent about breakfast
because most breakfasts are indifferent.
Makes you hungry for every thing you serve with it.
a can today. You will recognize in a minute that this is
a coffee containing genuine Mocha and Java.
For Sale by AH Leading Grocers
MAN OUT TRIAL STIRS
Williani Pfarmkuclie Objects
to Insanity Questions
Tombstone, Ariz., Jan. 5. Charged
with the murder of Asa T. Hoy and
"William Bockholt, at Bisbee, "William
Pfannkuche, created a sensation in
Court here when he objected to a
question of counsel bearing on in
sanity. Allen English, attorney for the de
fendant, ssked the first two jurors how
they would consider a condition of in
sanity on the part of the defendant.
Pfannkuche immediately arose and om
jected to the question.
After making this protest the defend
ant remained quiet and a jury for the
trial was secured.
Pfannkuche shot the two men during
a strike of printers on the Bisbee Re
view. TWO ARIZONA TOV.TfS FORM
"Wlnkelman. Ariz., Jan. 5. "Wink el
man led off and Ray followed suit, in
the matter of organizing commercially.
For president I. B. Miller was the
unanimous choice of the Ray people,
and "W. H. Grizzelle, vice president.
"W. H. McGee, John McCoy, Dr. Craw
ford, H. A. Spiller, B. L. Jones, J. E.
Kniazrewies, Jay J. Sullivan. B. S.
Schilling and Tom Cunningham were
appointed as an executive committee.
The executive committee of the Ray
club, like that at TVinkleman, is made
up of leading business men, which as
sures businesslike conduct of the club
A feature of the organization of
the Ray and "Winkelman commercial
bodies was the hearty cooperation of
each club with the other.
MOTHER OF MARFA MAN
DIES AT SAN ANTONIO
Marfa, Tex., Jan. 5. W. "W. Bogcl, a
well known rancher here, has received
a message announcing the death of his
mother, Mrs. A. J. Bogel at San An
tonio Monday night. Mrs. Bogel was
well known here and in El Paso,
where she visited frequently. Her home
was in Shreveport, La., her husband
having been a prominent merchant of
that city before his death.
Death was unexpected as Mrs. Bogel
was in good health when she went to
San Antonio to visit friends. The re
mains were shipped to Shreveport for
RIG ALFALFA FARM
IS SOLD AT CARLSBAD
Carlsbad, X. M., Jan. 5. "W. L. Aus
tin, of Huntly, Mont., and Miss Myrtle
Lawrence, of this city, were married
here recently. They will make their
home in Huntly.
Announcement of the sale of the
Bolles farm was made recently. The
farm consists of about, 700 acres, and
was purchased bj- a" dairy company
from Wisconsin. It is the largest al
falfa producing farm in the valley.
Work on the new Fant building is
progressing. It is to be a two story
brick, modern in every way. The ground
floor will be arranged for storerooms,
and the second floor for offices.
A stock company has been organized
in this city, composed of 'local capi
tal, for the purpose of starting a gen
eral merchandise '..tore. It Is capitalized
WITNESS MUST PAY FINE.
T. D. Donoway. who was fined ?100
on Dec. 6. for failure to appear as a
witnes- when the case of S. S. Carpen
ter was called for trial, will have to
pay the fine, as the judgment has been
I made final by judge Harper.
"And then to breakfast with
what appetites they have."
The Cup That Cheers"
estern Coffee Co
Importers, Roasters and
BOY BREAKS ARM
FOR FOURTH TIME
Injured Member Is Taken
JFrom Sling and IPrac-
Lincoln, X. M., Jan. 5. Harry Xorman
broke his arm again recently while rid
ing a bicycle. This is said to be the
fourth time that he has had a like ac
cident. The arm had dust been taken
from the sling a short time when the
Harry Johnson, of Capitan, made a
trip here recently.
Mrs, John'Xorman of Capitan has re
turned after a brief visit to friends in
Francisco Duran is in town on busi
ness. Mrs. Z. A. Hobbs of Capitan is ex
pected home today, after visiting in
Dawson with her son.
ATTEND PECOS MEETING.
Pecos, Texas, Jan. 5. From the re
plies received to response to the call
for a meeting of those Interested in
irrigation projects, in the Pecos valley,
it is expected that practical) all the
companies will be represented. I.s I
meeting will be held at Pecos. Jan. 26,
and will consider the question of uni
formity of effort along the lines of Irri-
E. D. Balcom, of the Toyahr valley,
general manager for the Swenson Land
company, is in the city, and reports
that over 2200 acres have been seeded
to alfalfa in that valley during the last
ALPINE MAN XTXDERGOES
OPERATION FOR INJURY
Alpine, Texas. Jan. 5. "W. S. Dunbar,
who was painfully Injured a short time
ago by his horse jumping a ditch with
him. is still suffering from the lnjury
and the doctors found It necessary to
perform an operation.
G. L. Kroschell, of Del Rio. was In
Alpine for few days recently buying
hides to ship east.
Clifton Ferguson lias Returned to
ROUTES OF TRAVEL
Mexieo Northwestern Bail
Thf Rio Grande, Sierra Madre
Pacific Rnllroad Co.
NEW TIME CARD!
NOT. 14ih, 1909.
Effective tnis date Passenger
trains will leave our EW STA
TION, corner Calles COMERCIO
CIUDAD JUAREZ at 1 P. M.
NUEVA CASAS GRANDCS 7 P. M.
NUEV CASAS GRAXDCS 12:L, P.M.
CIUDAD JUAREZ 6 P. M.
Thus bringing Neva, Casas
Grandes and Intermediate points sev
eral hours nearer El Paso and ico
versa, and allows P?ns oI
tunlty to transact , -eIr business
and be home next day.
HUNTING and FISHING such as
found nowhere else on XMorth Ameri
Write for full particulars.
H. C. FERRIS. T. R. RYAN,
General Msrr. Traffic Mr.
KgM? JfPT s s3m&
v WV T" wrrrpiijrVJH mSQ
ew Tork where he is atendlng schooL
J. R. Holland is visiting in San An
tonio for a few days.
Miss Essie Mills has returned to San
Antonio to resume her studies in the
San -ntonio female college.
Mrs. Alice Corwin has gone to Aus
tin for a few days' visit.
Lee Hancock, after two weeks visit
to relatives in Alpine, has returned to
school at Georgetown, Texas
raSefa'! Pele from AIPine went to
Marfa to- attend the funeral of Tom Col
iutt, who died in California recently.
CLOVIS FARMERS TO
:iovi, X- r IT BROOM CORX
IZ : J Jan- 5 There are better
prospects for a crop this year than at
any time during last winter. A great
acreage of broom corn will be planted
Ky , Ffrmers association, and also
by individuals who have been made
to take notice on account of the high
price which this product is now bring
ing in eastern markets.
''BUFFALO" JONES WRITES
FRIENDS FROM NEW TORS.
Globe. Ariz., Jan. 5. "Buffalo" Jones
has arrived in Xew Tork according to
a postal card received here today by
D. M. Wallard, an old friend and
former chum of CoL Jones.
Buffalo Jones is known as one of tns
most expert handlers of the rope thatl
ever stormed over Arizona prairie. He
has roped, thrown and tied the biggest
bull buffalo In the country. He Is en
route to Africa to rope big game.
"While It is often Impossible to pre
vent an accident, It is never impossible
to be Drepared It la not boyond any
one's purse. Invest 25 cents in a bottle
of Chamberlain's Liniment and you are
prepared for sprains, bruises and Ilka
Injuries. Sold by all druggists.
We have just received a consignment
of PURINA POULTRY FEEDS Call
and examine them.
are a mixture of over a dozen varieties
of crams and seeds. They contain
absolutely no grit which makes
weight. They contain absolutely no
burnt nor smutty wheat. Your chick
ens will thrive upon this f ecd ifs no
experiment, but a practical feed for
practical poultry raisers. Come i
ana ask lor a sample of it.
0. G. Seefon &
SGI! 1 Pass
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