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GUARANTY TIirST BFILDKYG.
Go see! Hear and Talk for Yourself.
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Ihinas In the
Don't wait any longer, order some of
Smith's lee cream now.
Xest -week trill be "Hoosier "Week" at
Springer's. "Watch papers daily.
Smith Ice Cream company packs
cream especially 'for the family trade.
If your meat comes from Ardoin's
It's the best on the market
You'll kno-tr hotv to appreciate
'OOd
Ice cream after you try Smith's.
Some real nice white, tender a-para-gus.
22 pounds in a can, is being sola
aX the Jackson Sanitary gTocery, for
38 cents a can. "With your next order
have -a can included. Phone 353.
The Smkh ice cream made in ail fla
vors and delivered to all parts of the
city. Both phones.
Jjsst you forget order a pound of Ar
doin's Sunny Side Special butter now.
Smith's ice cream is a mighty good I
thing to eat any old time.
Official Statement of the Financial Gondition of the
Ei Paso Bank and Trust Company,
at El Paso. State of Texas.
At the close of business on the 30th day of June. 1910, published In the El
Paso Herald, a newspaper printed ana publishehd at El Paso, State of Texas,
on the 6th day of July. 1910.
RESOURCES.
Loans, real estate $ 9,900.00
Loans and discounts, personal and collateral : 99,573.55
Overdrafts 1,113,74
Bonds and stocks 200.00
Interest in Depositor's Guaranty fund 3,000.00
Furniture and fixtures 5'9'
Due from approved reserve agents , 37.9S5.39
Due from other banks and bankers, subject to check 18,530.37
Cash items 120.15
Currency 9,893.00
Specie 4,1S.3
Other resources as follows:
Expenses paid 1,552.12
Savins:"! Department. '
Loans and discounts 7.565.00
Cash in vault 1,389.20
Total I 200,9S2.43
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in .' 100,000.00
Due to state banks and bankers, subject to check 1 26,944.34
Individual deposits, subject to check. 46,136.42
Time certificates of deposit 16,878.60
Cashier's checks t 2.068.S7
Saving Department.
Deposits 8,747.60
Interest 206.60
Total $200,982.43
State of Texas,, County of El Paso.
We. B, M. Turner, as President, and A. F. Kerr, as Cashier, of said bank,
each of us, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best or
our knowledge and bolief.
R. M. TURNER. President.
A. F. KERR, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 5th day of July, A. D., 1910.
"Witness my hand and notarial seal on the date last aforesaid.
CHAS. R. LOOMIS,
Notary Public, El Paso County, Texas.
Correct Attest
LEE H. CREWS.
ROBERT MARTIN,
F. P. JONES,
Directors.
RECAPITL L vriOX.
Resources:
Loans and discounts ?118,352.29
Furniture and fixtures ."..975.1S
Cash asd due from banks 72,1 02.84
Expenses paid 1,552.12
Deposited with guaranty lund 3,000.00
Total resources $200,9S2.43
Liabilities:
Capital stock paid in $100,000.0"
DeposUs 100.775.S3
SavMgs Department Interest 206.60
Total liabilities $200,9S2.43
Try He Her
During the month of July we are going
io sell all of our Ladies Misses' and
children 's Shoes, Gx fords and Pumps at
specially low prices.
We are overstocked on some styles and
if you are going to purchase any Shoes
shortly you will posittVay save money
here.
You know we sell honest merchandise
and every pair you buy here we stand
ready to make them good if they do
go wrong.
$4.00 Oxfords and
mi Rulr-i mm no .Til v
$3.50 Oxfords and
vn cn a fhirnio- .In v
$3 00 Oxfords and Pumps?j
on sale during July
$2.50 Oxfords and Pumps,
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$2.00 Oxfords and Pumps,
on sale during July . .
$
Telephone
Sho
Worm
Knowing About
Next week Is "Hoosier Week" at
Springer's. Some lady is going to re
ceive a Hoosier Cabinet free. Watch for
particulars.. . -
Demand the pure and best milk the
El Paso dairy kind.
Ice cold watermelons that are de
licious can be had at Ardoin's.
Nothing so good for the children as
plenty of El Paso Dairy milk.
Just as nice canned corn as one wishes
is selling 3 cans for 25 cents at Jack
son's. Phone 353.
El Paso dairy milk, purtest and best
milk known. Both phones.
Just as nice canned corn as one wishes
is selling 3 cans for 25 cents at Jack
son's, phone 353.
There is just one perfect milk The El
Paso dairy kind.
Milk that is milk Sold by the El
Paso dairy. JOtn pnones.
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FALL FROM BRIDGE
KILLS CONTRACTOR
Prof. Fillerup Employed
Xear Colonia Dublan.
Mexican Drowned.
Colonia Dublan, Mexico, July 6. Prof.
Erastus K. Plllerup fell from a rail
road bridge under construction on the
Pearson line and was almost instantly
killed. During the school acation he
had been working as a carpenter on the
bridge. The beam on which he was
sitting moved and he fell to the ground,
breaking one arm in two places, the
other in one pdact and crushing his
skull. The body remained in the posi
tion in which it fell until the authorities
could be brought from Casas Grande.
For a number of years Prof. Plllerup
occupied a chair in the Juarez Stake
academy. He leaves a wife and a fam
ily of children.
In the camp above which Prof, plllerup
was killed, one of the workmen, a
Mexican, went into the river to bathe
arld'Avas drowned. He was in company
with a number of his native friends.
POULTRY ASSOCIATION TO
PREPARE FOR THE FALL FAIR
The El Paso Poultry association will
meet Thursday evening at the chamber
of commerce to arrange for the pro
gram and dist of prizes for the poultry
department of the second annual El
Paso fair. A number of cups have al
ready been presented by the merchants
for the winners in the different poultry
classes and in addition the association
will offer other prizes in order to en
courage its members to make creditable
displays during the fall fair.
A. P. Coles, accompanied by Mrs.
Coles, will leave Thursday for Califor
nia The big Packard auto will be
shipped to Los Angeles and a motor
trip made by Mr. and Mrs. Coles through
California.
PAEIS FASHION HINT.
PHOTO COPYRIGHT. 1S10. ET EEUTLi:.Gn
TOCCLOSUE COPIJUGHT. 1310. NEW ORK HERALD CO
White voile de sole gown with, pearl
embroidery.
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French, Shriner and Urner Shoes
and Oxfords
$6, $6.50 and $7 grades cut to. $4.95
$5.50 grades cut to $4.45
Children 's
Slippers and
Oxfords Must Go
jee
the
Prices
RAILROAD NEWS.
SOUTHWESTERN LOCOMOTIVES
OVERHAULED AND TRANSFERRED
Southwestern engines No. 214 and 21 o
are just out of the shops alter a thor
ough overhauling. Engine ISO. 136, in
passenger service, has been sent to the
shop on account of a broken trame.
Passenger engine Xo. 13 1 has been sent
to the shops for a now fire box. Pessen
r emrine No. 146 has been transferred
from the eastern to the western division
of the Southwestern and is puihng the
Drummer's special in place of engine
Xo. 40.
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PHOENIX ELKS TO DETROIT:
FliUi EL PASO ELE1 IN CHARGE
The Elks' special train from Phoenix
will arrive In El Paso Thursday morn
ing at 7 oclock and remain for two
hours. At the request of the -blks, -K.
Wilson, of El Paso, a Pullman conductor,
will be in charge of tfce train, -Mr. Wil
son being an Elk.
VAN SLYCK GETS SaNTA FE
APPOINTMENT- GOES TO T- tDAD
H. S. Van Slyck, who has been ap
pointed assistant general livestock agent
of the Santa Fe. with headquarters at
Trinidad, Colo., will leave soon with his
family for that citv. He will be srien
an assistant anl the El Paso territory
will 'be covered by them, the position of
local livestock agent being abolished.
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CAR MEN MEET.
Lodge Xo. 152 of the Brotherhood of
Railwav Carmen of America, will meet
Thursday night at the lodge room to in
stal the" officers elected at the last
meeting. After the business session re
freshments will be served.
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ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
J. E. Elliott, agent of the Wells-Forgo
express oompanr at the union station,
has returned to his duties after a lav
off of 10 days. Walter Soyd, who
served as temporarv agent at the sta
tion, has returned to his position in the
citv office ot the companv.
D. F. Bncher. sunerintendent of the
Mexican National Railways, of Chihua
hua, returned to his headquarters Tues
dav' afternoon, after spending the day in
the eit3 He was accompanied b' his
family. .
H. A. White, traveling freight and
passenger agent of the Sunset route,
wit3i headquarters at Alexandria, La.,
was in the cit3" Tuesday.
Southwestern engineer "Kid" Had
lock, is again running his old engine,
Xo! 266, -wtiich has been overhauled.
3IEXICAX BOUND OVER
OX CHARGE OP THEFT
Fot running with fhe coats from
Askin & Marine's clothing: store on
Scuth El Paso street, Sibero Rivas was
held to the grrand jury by justice Mc
Cllntock Tuesday afternoon, the charge
being theit over 550. J. C. Wilson, man
ager of the store, testified that Rlvas
came in the store, picked out five -"oats,
then -went out, returning to purchase
a pair of shoe strings. The man was
carrying his own coat over his arm and,
slipping the others underneath it. Wil
son said the man made off on the run.
Vilson overtook him before he had
gene a block, knocked him down and
held him until an officer arrhed.
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$3.85
$2.95
$2.45
Women's Ankle
Strap Pumps
Patents, tan and kid leath
ers. $4.00 grades cut to $3.25
$3.50 grades cut to $2.95
$6X0
VilJ-r
Bahv's soft sole shoes and
moccasins, all colors: 50c and
75c grades all go at
35 Cents
HUSBAXD AND AVIFE AND
ANOTHER 31 AN ARRESTED
Troubles of the Stephens family were
aired in police court Tuesday night. H.
F. Stephens, the husband, his wife and
Dan Henry were all arrested on charges
of disturbing the peace. The couple
have been living apart, it is claimed,
for several week.', the wife on South
Stanton street and the ihusband on
North Campbell.
Stephens claimed he -went down on
South Stanton street to where his wife
was rooming, and met three soldiers
coming out of her room. She said they
came in without invitation.
Henry, who rooms at the same place,
The Locomotive
GROEG? C& .C?5!inViS ON-
Civilization and savagery touch elbows in the land of the Ptolemies as they
do in many countries of Africa. Here the untutored man is making use of the
iron steed, which represents modern pro gross as nothing else does.
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$4.00 grades
$3.50 grades
$3.00 grades
$2.50 grades
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Oxfords
In all Leathers
$4.00 grades
$3.50 grades
$3.00 grades
$2.50 grades
$2.25 grades
came up just as husband and wife were
having an argument and told Stephen
to leave. Argument ensued and Henry
hit Stephens. Stephens was fined $5;
' Henry, $3, and Mrs. Stephens declared
j not guilty by judge Lea.
SWEENEY AT HEAD OF
NEAV HOTEL COMMITTEE
Judge J. U. Sweeney has been ap
pointed chairman of the special hotel
1 committee which has been making an
effort to secure a modern hotel for El
Paso. A. P. Cole.5, the retiring chair-
, man of the committee, was forced to rc-
i sign because of his absence from El
Paso during the next two months.
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cut to $2.95
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cut to $1.65
Bargain Tables
Children9 s
Slippers
at &Slteb.
a
Half ii
Price
TTV'O NEGROES ART1ESTSD.
Maggie Banks and Susie Lock, ne
grcsses. have had each, other arrested
for using abusive language. They had
trouble over a bill
Judge Hamilton Parks, of Nashville,
Tenn.. Is the guest of his sonlnlaw, H.
W. Fall. Judge Parks' was aHed hero
on .account of the Illness of his daugh
ter, Mns. Fall.
Charles R. Loomis has returned from
a trip to California and the coast re
sorts. J'tsrin tnese
hot days why
not keep cool
and
comfortable
lre rent Electric
Fans at low
prices
We sell
Pocket Flash Lights
All sizes and prices.
TANDARD
Electric Co.
Both Phones.
107 S. Stanton St.
ASS YOUS GrROCEE
FOR
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
Vegetable Lard,
Manufactured by
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Texas.
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