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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

PASO 'HERALD Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. Eesl Estate Classified and Too -Late-to-Classify -Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. A Paso Improvements Force Business and Professional Men To Dodg Around Lively For New Or Temporary Quarters While Old Buildings Are Demolished To Make Room For the New Ones. .tUJLa : o . . T Capt. J. P. Casey Says High Priced California Land Is I Inferior to Valley. EL PASO AS A MARKET PLACE What can be done -with the intelligent application of common sense plus thrift and economy in the vallevs of me Hlo Grande is shown fay the results Capt. J. P. Casey realized on a ranch In the Mesilla valley. Taking possession of the 112 and a fraction acres included In the. ranch in 1887 with nothing on It but a wilderness of msequlte and tor- nillo Capt. Casey cleared the land and incidentally $5000 each year during the- time he was in the ranching business in addition to supporting his family and educating his sons. 1 Border Irr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EX. PASO HERALD Saturday March 26 1910. - - r ; I A llama Cur Eifurv 1 T I 1 Iff!! Sri i 111 1 II il n II U i L II I Ha M IlillllC I WI fclClf i -w .- w. w . - -- H fl H jfl ftt 8P The 10 Acrs Man IN CHRISTY TRACT Hoioe is the most energizing factor in human affairs and our aim' is to reach the man with amotion determination and the faith in his ability to accomplish as much as hisneighbor under like circumstances and to such we can promise success enougli of it to insure him ap- proximately as much in one year in a financial way as he can accomplish in town in three years. Instead of being a buyer of high priced food stuffs be a producer of them. Instead of paying out about one-third of your earnings for a roof over your head own your own home away from the soot and grime and clatter of cities. There are thousands of farmers in the older congested communities who would gladly escape the rigorous winters of the ISTorth and who real- ize thattheir present holdings have reached their ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

Saturday March 26; 1910. It Genera ortin Big Time. For the Sox When They Come Gossip About Bali and Other Sport ew: EL PASO HERALD ITS A COLD i b 1 y BUTABAw3iROpKIS iX y WM B KMBW V ' TO HLWMBffii " y va-Bft v . u vm RMF IsCSs IHCI. REDS HAVE f" HOPES IN WINGO I - AV' T R1END AND A SECURE ONE A Bank Account gives a Man Standing in the Community: IT brings him more and more into touch with men of standing and importance. It unconsciously impels him to take a deeper and a -wider interest in the affairs of his own town and develops in him a wiser and a broader view of the "questions of the time. It stamps him as a man of judgment of ambition and deteiinination to get along. A bank account is property and ownership devel- ops the necessity and the wisdom of keeping better guard on one's acts and speech. Ownership makes one conservative. A bank account makes a man a better citizen. 4 Per cent interest on savings accounts in- terest compounded every 6 months. Percent interest on time dep...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD MHf 83BHBBBHBBBBBBm j. wLwrwnwg-: Outside of the City of El Paso Ss?sT MAY (0 1910 mx V- IIthI!t March !0 (BfO . - ! The Herald's Grand Popular Voting Contest is open to any Herald subscriber outside of El Paso. Many magnificent prizes are offered for a few weeks hustling. Send in a nomination blank today and get busy. There will be Four Grand Prizes Twelve District Prizes and numerous Special Prizes The Grand Prizes 1st Grand Prize 2nd Grand Prize 3rd Grand Prize 4th Grand Prize $1250 Overland Touring Car $800 Apollo Player Piano Two Trips to New York via all Water Route Ail Expenses Paid 400 Hobart M. Cable Piano J Pontes! Disfriet Ho. 1 Includes all of west Texas (outside of El Paso) and the territory adjacent to the isFa- tional Lines of Mexico in Mexico. Contestants in this district are competing for the following prizes : 1ST GRAND PSIZE $1250 OVERLAND TOURING CAR 2ND GRAND PRIZE $800 APOLLO PIANO PLAYER 3RD GRAND PRIZE TWO TRIPS TO NEW YORK 4TH GRAND PRIZE $400...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

Saturday March 26 1910. 13 r 16 Times Around the World at a this advertisement simply states Repair Cost of Only $53.21 JlLIj Jl-Aj i WWfiMwiMKXt You Can Verify A Clearance Sale o Books The International HeraldBldg. Pioneer Plaza Book & Stationery Company Too Late To Classify WILL CONSIDER -LOTS As part payment on a nice 5 room red brick; good location; balance on easy terms. See McKenHey Realty Co Room 9 Buckler Block. W.UTED Saleswoman and manager In ready wear department The Econimist Albuquerque N. M. WANTED Will trade for an automo- bile must be in good shape. Address 2911 Alameda avenue. REXT WILL PAY FOR IT. After you have made your first pay- ment.. 4 room frame withbath on Ft. Bliss car line. Small payment down and 10 a month. Better hurry. McKcnney Realty Co. Room 9 Buckler Block. NICELY' FURNISHED front room with private family. Aill conveniences. Rates reasonable if permanent; no sick. 809 Arizona. Phone 2539 Bell. FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeeping basement. 1110 N. E...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 14 Saturday March 26 1910. OLBY DOLBY ALVAYS vsL.KS THROUGH .o.ivrN AnMinrs -umsklk in -rHie niRROR-ru- taSP 9727 SriD SW HULt. nnuuon RRYITIOH 0PYR!GHTtjgia BY THE NEW Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOTjHD. IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It will be returned to you If an honest person finds it. Remarkable re- coveries ire brought about every day through this column. LOST Lady's gold watch engraved initial O. Finder receive reward at Laurie hardware Co. LOST Fountain pen. Return to Wm. Moeller's office. Herald Bldg. Reward. persowH! INFORMATION WASTED Want to know the address of Calvin Abel form- erly of Des Moines la.; last heard of In Frankfort Kansas; send Information to sister- Mrs. May Gumm 132 Tele Ave. Oakland CaL Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WAKTEJ5 HTALE- WASTED Men for actual contract work; no expense to learn electricity plumbing bricklaying automobiles in few months. 200 student last year. Write for free ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday March 26 1910. 15 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BUILDING. Vacant lots Two fine level south front corner lots 1 block from car line. These lots are 140 feet in length and are located on the paved road to Fort Bliss. At the price they are the best bargain in the city today. Only o for the 2. Cash. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. Vacant lots Sunset Heights One and half lots east front level; 10 min- utes walk from postcffice. Half block to paved street leading to the center of city. Will be on the new car line risnnine- out wst Missouri street Only this one site at the price. $1250 terms J or casn. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. SUNSET HEIGHTS. .Modern 6 room red pressed brick on paved street 1 block from car line lo- cated in the finest residence suburb of El Paso right in the midst of a cluster Df high priced residences. Price Is only $4250 on very easy terms. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. Too Late To Classify One Cent a Word. Tod Late...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

16 Saturday March 26 1910. EL PASO HERAUD ation the In JifJLd a In n agJt The Center of the Richest Fa inirig Distrie Country and the Greatest in the World HISTORICALLY. Twenty-two years before the Pilgrims founded their colony at Plymouth a Spanish commander Onate leading his troops from old to New Mexico stopped for rest and recreation at a picturesque adobe settlement on the banks of the Pio Grande and wrote under date of May 4th 1598 to InVfriends in Spain a glowing description.of the future possibilities of this hamlet which was destined to become the metropolitan city of El Paso.I?or over three hundred years the spell of "nianana" (tomorrow) held full sway and in 1858 El Paso then known as Franklin was still a sleepy little settlement of about three hundred inhabitants-three-fourths of whom were Mexicans the nearest railroad or telegraph station being over a thousand miles "away. Despite this apparently hopeless isolation there were a group of pioneers who saw that nature had ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Olassify Ads ' on Pages IS 14 and 15. EL HERALD Be&l Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 arid 15. . . PASO j TVdCT""" T XT T Tlf Til Al T'' f r - ' 1 :Ccm?mMmmssmmmmmm i ix. j srjss c?am ijimtLn;rmmm&50TrsjEsxjuj's-jw--iMiMiwr7ar- " - Wireless Telephone Transmits Music From Opera House Stage. Mazarin 'Singing Carmen By Wireless Heard Miles Away. - ; Time NotFar Distant When Every Boat Willi :Jtlear JNew York or rans Opera Wnile Grossing the Atlantic. r You ask if 'the age of invention is passing. "Why. it hasn't started yet. We don't know anything yet. Why we don't even kno-w -what electricity is yet. Sow can we say that -we've reached the limit of a force whose very natnre we -are ignorant of ? Thomas A JBdison. By j&bxe Homer. We had all heard in a general way of the wireless telephone but few of ps realized that it was already becom- ing a factor in the "subtle refinements of our modern civilization unt...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

X EL REPOSO SAMITSRiUM RAMCH AND HEALTH RESORT SIERRA MADRE CAIi. !5 FEET IX ALTITUDE. EAUTIFUKLT IXCATED in the foot- hills of the SIERRA 3IADRE moun- tains 16 miles from Los Angeles. An institution where is given scientific care of diseases of throat and lungs. Tu- berculin and other serum given -when advisable- Rates including onedical attention room board etc. $15 per -week up. There are no advantages ob- tainable that we cannot duplicate. Physicians and graduate nurses always in attendance. Tent houses mission bungalows with bath large buildings with screen porches. Art and Crafts -iv nA oinK VirmjA "REST OF NU TRITIOUS FOODS AND PURE WATER. The deleterious ercects 01 near ocean resorts for lung trouble is well known. The sea breeze tempered by 60 miles of distance cools us -in summer and warms us in winter. We are making a special offefc. to a limited number of patients with money to invest. Real estate security; good interest. Write for information. Theodore D. Kanouse Supt A...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

tr-t EL PASO HERAXD .Jl JlE&EiiS. JL JLCJi& d& JHJLJL1 WWJHJ3L3. &TiL C2& d0 IrC& JLH Si . Copyrighted. 1910. by the- American-Examiner. Great Britaln'Rlghta Reserred. ' r- " cffi gr L---nYQU KID5 CANT GO V " Q-tHcHUST PER RIGHT V""" jHpf' Hf 'yE? $W-- --

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

HERALD 20 Saturday March 26 1910. FRANK G-. CARPENTER'S LETTER. $3.50 Recipe Cares Weak Men FREE EL ) Send Name and Address Today j You Can Have It Free and Be Strong and Vigorous. I have in niy possession a precsrlp- tion for nervous debility lack of vigor weakened man hood failing memory and lame back brought on by sxcessrz unnatural dra-it. or the follies of vouth that has cured so many worn and nervous men right in their own homes without any additional help or medicine that I think every man who wishes to regain his manly power -and vlrilitv. quickly and quietly should iiSSyotlSSSJiai&otilAfe in the Cells and Workshops Our Correspondent charge in a piain. uruiua.iv seaiea en- velope to any man who will -write me for it- This prescription comes from a phy- sician who has made a special study of men and I am convinced it is the surest acting combination for the cure of de- ficient manhood and vigor failure ever ' put together. I think I oweIt to my fellow man to send them a '...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

Saturday March 26 1910. 21 Hi e j- y Mexican Government Helping Them By Robert H. Murray VI "Mexico In Its Centennial Year." I by the government the Yaquis have'been iaKen away iroiu me oiienders. Hardships Admitted. Deportation undoubtedly has involved hardships upon the Yaquis through the very nature of things. But it is difficult to a-ede to the proposition that it would have been better or the Mexican gov- ernment to hav waged a war of exter- m'nation against" the indians for seem- ingly this was the only alternative that offered if peace was to be secured in "TE 7ttavatar KOVrvRA. March 26. J Y Southern Sandra is the land of "" the Yaqui indians the "Apaches of Mexico" as they have been termed by those who have had opportunity for comparing the Yaquis and their brav- ery ruthlessness in war and relentless hostility nvith the kindred character istics of the Apaches which formerly made them the scourge of the far west in the United States. Like the Apaches the Yaquis have been fo...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 22 Saturday March 26 1910. Interesting Events In Music Circles Of City Jsi timer cus Happy 7airs In Club Circles smsY u-t V Black Satin Pumps F - 4 Little Folks .Ankle Strap Ties for the chil- dren and the misses in patent and gun metajl are of course all the "go" ' this ; season. Prices rane from 75c to $3.00 Bare-Foot Sandals In Sandals we can shoe the oaoy as wen as ma or pa. Every size and every kind including the elk skin in pearl color from 60c to $2.50 N for the Men's Size GREATER (7eV (jHtarzsr SfiQE STQREg . nr nnrvtrAfrlV " GREATEST 5HQE STORE SHOE CQM&M1 HAS CLOSE CALL WITH PANTHER 'Jesus Gonzales of El Paso Kills Beast jtfear Port Stockton. Fort 'Stockton Tex- March 26. Je- bub Gonzales a Mexican who has trap- ped from SI Paso to Eagle Pass along the Rfo Grande and whose home is in 13! Paso reports a narrow escape from a panther "which he trapped In Terrell county sear the mouth of Richland creek and also near the Pecos county line. He states that he h...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

Saturday March 26 191G. r We Want xThe Patronage Of Every Woman In. El Pa I. PASO HERALD .V MAIL ORDERS Receive prompt and careful attention. Xo order too Harge for our capacity. Xo order too small for our very best atten- tion. Write for samples of our new spring and summer dress goods. w E want our business to continue to grow and we are on the tigfat trail because we give all that we promise and the woman who buys comes back for tL&pest Values Square Statements and Good Service. -Every item we advertise is.wojctliY the greatest dis- tinction. Every issue of Store News holds a lesson that touches fbe very depth of money-saving. This is a progressive store. Every day we try to dobetter than the Send TJs Your Mail Ordl Orders filled same day as received. press prepaid on ail orders of $5-00 more except staples and heavy mercha dise. Xo order too smaill for our attention. day before. The most intelligent and professional attention has been given to our splendid display of fashion...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturdav March 26 1910. 25 Science Able Men Tel! Congress Of Dry Farming Mondell Stephens and Others Plead For More Money For Experiments The spread of the propaganda of the dry farming or scientific farming as it is correctly termed lias been rapid. A few years ago only a faithful few be- lieved in it. Today dry farming- has its advocates everywhere. Recently it had an airing on the floor of the house of representatives of congress. The following extract from the Con- gressional Record contains the discussion of dry farming -which followed the in- troduction of a proposed amendment by Mr. Martin of Colorado to increase the appropriation for dry farming ex- periment work. The clerk read as follows- Amend line 21 page IS of the bill by striking out the words "thirty-one thousand seven hundred and thirty" and inserting in lieu thereof the words "fifty thousand six hundred and forty-four." Dry Farming. Mr. Martin of ColoridOr-SIr. Chair- man in support of the amendment w...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 March 1910

y EL PASO HERALD 28 Saturday March 26 1910. ii m Way Ahead In Quality The money you spend in experimenting with make believe brands of canned goods of unknown makers and untried quality you can put into im- mediate and protfiable use when you buy Ferndell Pure Food Goods You know what it costs and you know what you get. Sweet Wrintie Peas Stringless Beans Tender Xima Beans Sliced Peaches Preserves Gall at the store and let us prove to you that Watson's Groceries Are Famous For Quality HEA3QUAItTERS FOR VEGETABLES Large Head Lettuce Fresh Okra Egg Plant New Potatoes Bell Peppers Chickory and Romain Celery Fresh Strawberries Every Day Phone arofufG xews. HEW GOLD GIF FOUND Jl MEXICO The District iSTear Naeozari Promises Well Says Mining Engineer. Br. A- m Smiss a mining: engineer who Is on his way to the"Arispe district Soaora Mexico -writes "that there Is a. newly discovered gold district which is wholly unknown to the outside "world. The district Is called the Barrlgon and Is about ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 March 1910

HERALD AIS ibe ' EI Paso Texas IferaldPrints It first Monday Evenini March 28 19!0-!2Pagcs Wkiie ' Fre. & 4 fa Z Ek J B SSE SS& SF 1 5 1 jF IF P r $ It fl I MI II II 11 I 1 1 I 1 1 ll Report of National Association of Underwriters Criticizes The City's Facilities for Preventing Loss by Flames. Fire Department Weil Handled But Some Equip- ment Out of Date Alarm System Bad. j - . . Water System Poor. The 1910 report of tae national board of f ire underwriters on El Paso attacks the water supply of the city and criti- cises several phases of the El Paso fire department. Of the 'trater service the report says: The "Water Company. Records are fairly complete but not Icept up to date. General and detail plans of many parts of the "works and details of domestic and fire services are lacking. Records are not filed in fire- proof vaults. Fire service and emergency operations Unsatisfactbry; there are. no arrange- ments for receiving fire alarms; no em- ploye is detailed to attend fir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 March 1910

r. Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery Corner Kansas and Boulevard Two Bell Phones 844 and 823. - Ind. Phone 1691. 'Phone us your order; we guarantee-to give you satis- faction. AR orders carefully filled and promptly de- livered. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables by express every - morning. Mountain ParkEggs per dozen 30c Strictly JFresh Valley Eggs 2 dozen for 45c Strictly Fresh Blue Ribbon Butter per lb 35c Pine Navel Oranges - PA 3 doz. for DUG Large size Navel Oranges per dozen 25c 30c. 40c Extra fine Bananas per dozen Large juicy Lemons per dozen Ertra large size Florida Grape Fruit 2 for c 20c 25c Medium size California OP Grape Fruit seedless 4 for. . xJ C Fancy Black Twig Oregon 3J? Apples. 4 lbs. for .OC Fancy Colorado Favorite Apples 4 lbs. for 25c "Welch's Grape Juice all sizes 10 25 45 80c Keliogg's Corn Flakes Post ftp To&siies. 3 tIcss. for OC Puffed Bice per pkg. 15c 10c 25c 15c 25c .25c 25c f Buffed Wheat per pkg. ShTedded Wheat 2 pkgs. for Cracked Wheat per pkg. New Bulk Grits...

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