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I Service | X llnnklng ,orvlce mrnoi moro than (he mere sc- f x ceptnmo of an urcount. T X Our primary object la to satisfy each Individual X T depositor, and, as far ns consistent with good bank- x X fng, to carry out hla deal re* X ♦ The service of the First Nntlonnl Hank la based j ♦ on fair and courteous treatment to every patron. 4 1 .Indlcloua and Intelligent Investment of Its funds £ X assures full protection. l The First National Bank | T TRINIDAD. COLORADO J For Sale or Rent Hew, two-room home* Colorado Ave., ,nd Alta street. Will sell for $450. $lOO down, bnlance monthly payment!. Lots is 50z 150. Bandy new fire room house on San Joan near Colorado Ave. $2,- 150.00 $2OO down, balance monthly payments, like rent -200 beautiful building lots, located in different parts of the city. Most of them can be told on payment. Buy now. Build later. If yon want Fire, Life, Accident Insnrance, or Surety Bonds* don’t fnil to call at the ground floor real estate office. Ths Home Security-Investment Company Insurance. Loans- Beni Estate. \ Bonds. S. C. HALL President. Oround floor. First National Bank Building. a j KDWAKD l>. WIGHT. President. I>. P. Jones. Vlec-Prcildant. W. R. CHAPMAN, Caahlor. H. K. lIOI.I.OWAY. V-Prea. C. It HAPP, Awlitlont Cashier. The Trinidad National Bank Capital sioo.coo.oo Surplus and Profits sGo.ooo oo DIRECTORS: K. I>. Wight. 11. K. Holloway W. J. Murray I'hllllp Schneider I>. P- tones \V. It. Chapman We will bo pleased lo have your business and offer every nc coinruodatoln consistent with safe hanking. Interest paid on time deposits. CiTnnlipe genuine mazda r TUNGSTEN LAMPS Superior In Quality We rarry a full line of everythin* Hot 80 Easily Broken tor the automobile. Presto lltthl and Costs Ho More, tiro tanka In stock. __ $5 Hot Point Irons For $3.50 B. exchange 83.00 This W«k- K. cxchanae $15.75 Trinidad Gas and The Trinidad Novelty Works Electric Supply Co. I Phone Trtnidad U«. Ph. Trln. 78. =MJ E. Main. REMAINS TO BE SHIPPED AWAY The body ot l.lnyd Woodard, tin* Printing of every description neat youth who died at the local hospital ly and quickly executed at the Tuesday night will he shipped to the Chroniclo-Newa Job rooms. Samples home of his parents In Clayton, X. and quotations on request. Use the M„ tonight. telephone. Trinidad tin. tf Fresh Vegetables Our line of fresh vegetables is always complete in fact we carry everything In this line that the market affords. Following is a partial list of fresh vegetables received dally. Fancy hot house lettuce. 2 bu. 15* ft I Fancy head lettuce, per hunch . v fl I (Slant Pascal celery, 2 hunches ilTy Small Pascal celery per hunch .sc I Fresh Tomatoes, per pound . . 15* gyaMV I ~ l Large Colo, white celery, per bu. w HftML Hound Radishes per hunch s(* A vj| Green onions, two hunches .. .5« x«r I mBEf, I New Meets, per hunch . . 5* I fl New Turnips, per hunch . ■■■w I Ttwt" New Carrots, per hunch . ■•••sc ITCH I H/ M 1 Spinach, fresh, two pounds . . 25 * f/1 I ml \) Isle of Pino grape fruit. Extra u ( ■* rJ7 largo size, each .. . ioc \v>Y\ 1! _ FOR THANKSGIVING Buy where you car. gel what you want at reasonable prices. PRICE—QUALITY—SERVICE Three g| lfee rooD co. | __i TOURBDAT \ AI Konrad of Denver Is In the city - on a short biirtlncss trip. F. T. Woodard of Colorado Springs * is In the city on a short business trip > Mrs. Ham Tooley of HI Moro spent > the day In Trinidad visiting with t Irlends. * W. C. Itasey, agent ut Forbes, was * an the city this uioriiliig on u short > l»USlll«‘SH trip. j J. W. Erb of Denver arrived In , tile city this morning on a fewd ays' | huslners trip. > Henry Fisher of Stonewall Is in , the city today on a short business* > and pleasure trip. Mrs. John Dye of El Moro speut the Afternoon In Trinidad shopping and visiting with friends. Mrs. Fred Townsend of Hastings >pent tile day In the city shopping and visiting with friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Woodard re turned to Ludlow this afternoon aft er a short stay in Trluldad. * It. Rogers, auditor for the (*. A- S. arrived In the city this morning and left this iifteruon for Forbes. Miss Mary Dunham returned lo 1 Segundo this utter noon after a short i visit In this city with relatives. Mrs. M. M. Hanson left thin aft ernoon for Pueblo, where she ex pects to mak« her permanent home. J. C. Itlsher returned this noon on the D. & It G. from Pueblo, where he spent a day attending to business matters. Dr. Walter Morrltt left this after noon for Tcrclo, where he will de liver an address on "The American iml in us" tonight. Miss Nellie Simons of the World's Rest Music rompany. left today for \Aa!s«-nhurg after a day's business trip in this city. F. A. Rudlo of the Rock Island railroad left this afternoon for the northern part of the ntato after a ( day's business trip in Trluldad. Mia* Mae Fuller, school teacher at Bowen, returned to the camp this morning after spending last evening in this city visiting with friends. Mrs. 11. E. Phi 111 ps left this morn ing for J etieon. Florida, where she ••xpecis to spend the winter months, returning to Trinidad In the spring. Mr. and Mrs. l\ A. Store of Stone wall left last night for Edna. Texas, whore they will spend the winter visiting with tlodr son and h!i fam ily. Mrs. J. P. Powers and child of Ludlow, returned to the ramp this > afternoon after spending a slay !:i this city visiting with Mrs. C. C. Ross. Mis H. 11. SnndvtHon and Muall r on left this morning on the c\ & ft. for Denver where they will spend the Thanksgiving holiday with rela tives. Mrs. A. K. llafford and Mrs. Fred Wnrdonburg, the latter of Pueblo, returned this noon from El Moro. where they spent several days visit ing with Mrs. .1. Erickson. IW. Adams of Vertnejo Park. New Mexico, left this afternoon for Cal ifornia where he will spend the greater part of the winter visiting with his wife and daughter. » Forest Rctutbcrg or Raton arrived . In the city this morning from Clay ton, New Mcxko. where he spent a few dayn looking after business mat ’ tors, lie left Inter In the day for Raton. M. and Mrs. A. Rowland left this |afternoon for Ihis Angeles and Fres ' no. California, where they will spend the greater part of the winter. They J will visit with their son and daugh ter who reside there. Mrs. Frank Casey and Miss Hester McCnsh returned this morning from Merwlnd where they spent several days attending to business matters in the interest of the Ilennett and Wilson Insurance company. Mrs. E. Von Ruddonbrock re turned 1 his mntning from Kansas City and different places In lowa whore she spent some time visiting with relatives. Tho change was made for the benefit of her health which Is greatly improved. Mrs. J. W. Evens of Birmingham, Alahnma, will leave tonight for her homo In the South after a two weeks visit In this city with her daughter, Mrs. O. L. Davis, Jr., and sister. Mrs. W. It. Morgan. Mrs. Evens has been extensively entertained during her short visit here, F. R. Wood and son Wallace ex pect to leave tomorrow for Fa yet - vllle, Arkansns. Mr. Wood, Jr.. Is located In Fayotvlllo and has been in the city for the past few weeks re cuperating from an operation. He j has been visiting with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Wood. Mrs. Frank C. Lawler, wife of the manager of the C-N, and daughter Dorothy returned this morning from Wisconsin where they spent the past three weeks. Mrs. Lawler was called cast on account of the death of her mother, who died in Wisconsin the first of this month. Mrs. G. 11. Williams of Radiant, i Colo., left tills morning for her home after spending two weeks In Trini dad. visiting with friends, tho guest jof Mrr. M M. Meshonr. Mrs. Williams made her home In Trluldad until nmc few years ago. and she has many friends litre with whom she visited. Maybe even the coni man raves ttbout what It costs him to heat his ! house. THE CHHOHTCLENTWS, TRINIDAD, COLORADO PERSONALS Attention Given to Details Insures Success Successful saving means econ omy In triflcH as wol ns oil only In trifles as well as on l»ut system Into your saving. Wo PAY FOUR PER CENT IN TEREST oil every dollar in your savings account. 11.00 opens an account. You can add small amounts at any time. The Commercial Savings Bank ANTI-CANTS HAVE ANNUAL BANQUET n oyster supper was given In the basement of the Christian church, by members of the club. After the nipper was served the evening was rpert In a social way. Those present were Mr. and Mr Randolph Cook. Mlffcs Lydia and Lottie Leethnm. Luna and Viola Te-garden. Irene Hardy, Ilertha Pratt. Huddle Do- Mouche, Fern Hawkins. Anna nnd Elba Murray, Ruth Monesmlth. Payne, Myrtle Cleavlnger. Hazel Ixoudy. Grace Harden Frogle Weed en. Luc lie Jones Messrs. Wilbur Davis. Morris Cleavlnger. Hardy, John Tomplln, Stone. John Stafford. Ixiwell Cleavlnger. Allen niggerstaff Clanan and Montague. WHITE PLAGUE VICTIM Edward Mulligan. 22. succumbed to the ravages of tuberculosis at the local hospital shortly after 9 o'clock i last night. The deceased come to Trinidad more than a ytsr ago for the benefit of Ills 111-alt h. Re. , nil) be worked at the Red Mill and n few days iiK«i was taken to the hosplt il. where he died. Ilia fnther. William Mulligan, re sides In Itrooklyn N Y.. and was noti fied by telegraph this morning of his son's death. The n mains will prob ably he shipped t<» that city for bur ial. JUVENILE COURT CASES Two cases off Juvcnllt delinquency will claim the a'btillon of the coun tv court tills alt* rnooti. Ilctiny Cor dova, n 17 year old youth of Forbes was lodged in the county Jail last night. He Is declared Incorrigible; and charge against him is carrying concealed weapons. Hattie Johnson, 17. one of the two girls arrested with two men at the Model rooming house Monday | night who was fined in police court ] j Tuesday will he given a hearing. The .young woman Is charged with being ' incorrigible and she will probably be sent to the state industrial school tor girls. NOTICE Tills is to certify that I, Edgar E. Cnlnhan. will not he responsible for any debts contfpctcd by' my wife. Mrs. Clara \V. Calahati. from this •late, Nov. 21. 11*12.—Edgar K. Cala liuii. 2 MUSICAL AT ST. JOSEPH'S A musical will bo given on Frltlty afternoon at 2.30 o'clock In the nut lr room of the St. Joseph's Academy on Church street and the music pupils of the Sisters of Charity will take part. The program will be given ns follows: Waltz of Fairies: Pearls— M. Win ters and A. Swaney. Kuhlan Soiiatinc Op. 88—M. Win ters. Grand March Op 188: Blake—M Tarahlno, U. Mitten, C. Apfel nnd M. narrett. Rosebud Greenwald —M. BrPtcn. Wandering In Dreamland. Mergcn —C. Apfel. Alpinu Maiden's Dream: Blake— M. Strauson. Angelo Serenade (Trill Study): Prosser R. Coe and I. Kane. Silvery Waves: Wyman—M. Bar rett. Ocean Pearl Blake—E. Babcock. 11 Travatore: Dorn—H. Scars. Silver Moonbeams: Simmons— I Kane. (a) Evening Molls: Elienoirg: *b) Falling Waters. Truax—R. Coe. Sextette—for Left Hand Alone Ler-'hetizkey It. Donahue and C Smith. Old Oaken Bucket Transcriution C. Smith. Whispering Pines: Wv nan—R Donahue. Tancrcdi: Rossini—R. Donahue and C. Smith. HENRY FISHER GOING SOUTH FOR HIS HEALTH Homy Filler of Stonewall, who has been In poor health for a long time, leave: 'onight for Corpus Chris- H, Texas. Mi. Fisher will spend the winter In Texas. O. E. S MEETING Regular meeting of the Eastern Star Friday evening. There will he initiation. NOVEMBER 21. 1912. MAN SUSPECTED OF DEMENTIA DECLARED SANE With ton dollars in tin* pockets of a now suit of dollies, John Hell lou der, un ex-convict, who was released from the Canon City prU-u. Tuesday uftor serving a three vet iorm for burglary, and who was brought to Trinidad and exan n**d foi lunacy yesterday afternoon in 'hi. county court, will start Ilf:* anew under the* nulling skies of California. S hr dor U going to In'.* behind him the disgrace of linprU iniu. ii: and fli.d a home In a new land. Ichroedor was ronvi.’cd in the district court In !!•«» for bieukin; Into and hurnglnrklng '.he Hander* liquor strro. lie* was **» •eneoc! to servo from throe to four yrrrs (lord behavior nit down his tot in and hl« •'me was up on Tiioiclny. Tin- pris on authorities thought that his mind was unbalanced and hence he was brought hero and examined for lun aey. The ex-ronvlct ftood the tost and appeared to lie perfectly ration al. The examination took up more than an hour. Schroedor talked ra tionally and declared that he with as sane as any one could he but suffered from the- effect of smoking too many cigarettes a net lack of sleep. NEWMAN IN TUCSON Alnieron Newman, the* former local photographer and uncrowned king of 11 Vo wire boosters, sends a good word fnun Turnon, Arlx., where he Is at present located Newman Is oxhlb Iting his ten foot panoramic picture of Trinidad to thousand;* of poop?* In Now Mexico and Arizona and speaking a good word for Trinidad with every breath he bronthcH. Newman has work that will keep Mm !n the new states for some time to come. PAINFULLY INJURED Ralph Welnbroer. an employ*, of the Dorn-Kent store, was painfully Injured on Monday evening when h*i was thrown from his bicycle on Grant avenue, sustaining a disloca tion of the right elliow and other In juries In the nature of hnilxcs and cuts. The* hoy was thrown when a delivery sack caught on his handle bars, lie was attended by n physi cian at his home. MRS. CAMPBELL HOSTESS Mrs. Hoy Campbell entertained the members of the (guiles' Guild of the KplHrnpnl church this afternoon at their regular weekly meeting. <’om fort making occupied the greater part of the afternoon, after which a social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Campbell served light refreshments. WIVES OF B. P. O. ELKS ENTERTAIN AT CLUB The* first of n series of informal receptions to b«» given bv the Klks* wives was held this afternoon In the Elks* c lub rooms, the receiving hours being from two until ■*> o’clock. Mrs A. J. Sanders, Mrs. E. b. Allen and Mrs. Charles Miller, the wives of I rrminent Elks were In the receiving line and proved themselves delight ful entertainers throughout the af ternoon. An orchestra furnished splendid music while the guests played card*, and enjoyed themselves in various other ways. Punch and wafers were? served during the re ceiving hours. It Ik the intention of the Elks to have a ladles’ clay each monnn and the club rooms will be l opened to the wives of the It. P. O. K . and no ef fort will be spared on the part oft he Klks to make the afternoon a de lightful one. Different hostesses will receive at the Informal affairs to he given each month and the af fair will undoubtedly be looked for ward to by the Elk Indies. LOST. A Breast Tin mado of a 95 Gold ploro. The nwnor prized very highly and will liberally reward finder If returned to this office. tf. Sewing Machines Singer and New Home Pattern Prices $l7 to $3O 10 Day Free Trial Warranted Satisfactory Guaranteed 10 Years Try One CrancerMare Company 117 East Main St. Ph. T. 86 : MISSIONARY UNION TO GIVE PROGRAM Thu MisMionary Union will give a program on llonie Missions next Fri day artomoon at 3 o'clock In the parlors of the; M K. church South. Everybody Ik eordflTlly Invited to be present, and the* following program will be* given: Devotional Exercises -M i M A Clark. Paper, "American lucllunK, Afric an and \a!atl< Mrs < r Turn er. Reading, Selected Mrs. ('. E Clif ford. "The Frontier and Ixland Posses sion.' Rev Field McChesney. "The* Immigrants' Mrs. ft E M cClung. "American Social Problem*" Mrs Hu tier. Reading, Selected Mrs. J., A Dopp. Prayer and Fellowship—Mrs. Ran dolph Cook. "Unity in Making Our Country God's Country" Mrs. Hlsm-ll Solo- Mis. John, l.aughltn Dltuiisful Mrs. Eva Hubbard ROYAL ARCANUM (tegular meeting Friday night. There will lie initiation and remem ber our orrhentrn. Be aure nnd be there. 2 MERRY AFTERNOON CLUB The Merry Afternoon club will meet tomorrow afternoon nt 2 o'- clock with Mrs J. J. Hendrick nt 411 Colorado avenue. TRESS JOLI CLUB Mrs. A. C. Gross entertained the Tress Joll club this afternoon nt her homo on \Ve«t Topeka avenue*. The •mini social time- was enjoyed, and refreshments were served at tho close of the* afternoon. Tho Chronicle-News carrier * boys have been supplied with < new whistles and will blow • when making delivery of papers. • Listen for the whlstlo. NOTICE I hereby give notice | will not be rc-s|K>nslblo for goods ordered by C. F. Wilson for the firm of Renton and Wilson at Red River. New Mexico. — Signed. J. W. Ilenton. Pub. Nov. 11. Nov. 29. 1912. Printing of every description nent- Iv and quickly executed at the Chronicle-News Job rooms. Samples and quotations on request. L T su the tclepnoue. Trinidad 410. tf Chronicle-News 50c per month. Storm #HF] Boots \t/ Sturdy storm boots for the man who \ I is out of doors. \ I We’ve the sort of high cut shoes \ | men like. Tan calf, Paris veal and Yal , \ Elkskin leathers. Bellows tongues. Viscoliied soles. $3-50to $8 a pair. P. & W. Shoe Company . , qh ‘ . Some International p cop i e State Bank Send their money away ____________ from Trinidad and buy their goods from outsiders. By so doing they taka the profits away from the home mer- Jk /V7 chant curtailing hla busl ness ftnt * ret l uc t n ff pro* fits, thus injuring him, th* town and themselves. PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Do your banking bust* I ness with the only bank In Trinidad that is owned and controlled by homo capital. The profits of the bank will SAL E1 \ DliPOSt l be spent In Trinidad and BOXES FOR RENT not Knot to outside owners. PAGE FIVE ‘How did the bird know that" The wide array that you find In every department ill tITTs store makes It vary easy to choose. Deposit yourself in on* of our nil night and day ahirti! Every man it his own cash ier for comfort—he will look after hit own shirt interest* j when he wears the Manhattan kind by DAT. Ho “bad eheoka” among the lexcltuire pattern! in all the . new doth*—no "forged" trai nee—just perfect tailoring— Ample drapo— No rnmplinir— —Ho binding— —Ho discomfort anywhere! The shirt wall worth look ing for! By night! Fajamaa or ni(ht •hirts in wide assortment! Ingrain-Powder Clothing Co. SUPERIOR UNION SUITS Silence sometimea glv«-s consent and sometimes It gives offense.