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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 April 1910

Tuesday April 5 1910. General Soortin Route Of the Flag To Flag Race Gossip About Bail and Other Sport ewi EL PASO HERALD ODD OANANEA PLAYE 15 MAKING G Frank Truesdale who played with Cananea before going to the Texas league. Is making it stick with the St Louis Browns as the keystone baseman. Truesdale is one of the fastest base Tunners ever seen at work in the south- west and his shiftiness on his feet also makes him a fasi Infielder. The only handicap he has to overcome is his eagerness to get the ball and his errors this season with the .Browns have been caused by thls same overeagerness. He is also hitting the ball on the nose having landed three hits in the game recently played with the Oklahoma City team. The St- Louis Post-Dispatch says of Truesdale: "Franicie Truesdale showed that his eye is getting on the ball by getting three hits. This boy fields beautifully but he had not found his stride and todav's work tends to bear him out Besides this he stole three bases which is ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 April 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Tuesday April 5 1910. L PASO Established April 1SS1. The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption and succession. The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The 4 Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AXD AMER. XBWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Clas Rates. Dedicated- to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack.' a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Auto. Business Office Ho 111& Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 Society Reporter 1019 Advertising department 116 HERALD TELEPHONES. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year. $7. "Weekly Herald per year $2. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed ivfll please state ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday April 5 1910. 1 The great Baking Powder Wm of the country u ill used in millions of llf fill homes never 1 1I failed 111 Bfi. E B 1 1 ferf V f f M SlS-VCl 1 1 J F I I'll I Received the highest award 1 1 at ' Chicago Worlds Fair jo - HOTEL -MEN COMING- ON SPECIAL TEAM "Will Be in ElPaso Sunday En Route to Los An- geles for Convention. Leaving- New York Monday afternoon oti board a special train the New York "Special" the members of the Hotel Men's Mutual Benefit association will arrive in El Paso Saturday evening at 5 30 and will remain in El Paso until Sunday afternoon seeing the sights LAZY LIVER "I find Cascarets so good that I -would not be without them. I was troubled a great deal with torpid liver and headache. Now since taking Cascarets Candy Cathar- I nc l teei rery mucn Detter. I shall cer- tainly recommend them to my friends as fhe best medicine I have ever seen." Anna Bazinet Osborn Mill No. 2 Fall River Mass. Pleasant. Palatable Potent. Taste Good. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 Tuesday April 5 1910. 1 UL J ' ' . . i Clifton's Popular Young Lady Has Been Quietly Piling up a Big Vote and From Now on Will Hav -tobe Reckoned With by Any Contestant Who Wants to Head the List. Thousands ofvVotes From ail Districts Have Been Cast During the Past Few Days. CONTEST DISTRICT NO. 1. Includes all of fwest Texas (outside of El Paso) and the territory ad- jacent to the National lines of Mexico in Mexico. R. H. MTJLLJNEATJX Madera Chih Hex. .103135 MRS. H. W. TOWNSEND Alpine Texas 81995 MRS. L D. MILLER Franklin Texas 80720 MISS MINNIE CAMPBELL Marfa Texas ........$ 70315 GEORGE BABER Chihuahua Mex. .- 56605 GEORGE W. ACRES Torreon Mex. .- 1 45500 CALLLE STANSELL Sanderson Texas 32660 MARTIN MONTOYA Santa Barbara Mex. : 32005 MISS RUTH GRAVES Toyah Texas 20565 MISS A. MEYER Pecos Texas 17860 MISS NED BURHAM Marathon Texas .". 16105 MRS. LEE PRUDE Van Horn Texas 16035 MISS ALICE DOLAN Clint Texas. 10220 MISS GLEN JONES -Monterey Mex. 840 MISS DORA GRAHAM ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 April 1910

EL PASO HPJRAL Tuesday April 5 1910. 9 mm pnTS SINE FRUIT CROPS IN CHAMIZAL INJUNCTION Gl BOTH UPPER H LOWER VALLEYS TILl END OF FEDERAL Sudden Drop in Temperature Results in Slight Injury to Fruit and Alfalfa Crops. Smudge pots burning crude oil saved the fruit crop in both the El Paso and the Mesilla valleys last night. The sun- den drop in temperature resulted In a ?-... r hrth th fruit and hay crops although neither are thought to 'i nn.monontJv iniured. The I nave uccii pcii" j .- orchard heaters or smudge pots -were used by the fruit growers in both the .. .i in- vniipvs to crood effect the temperature having been raised as much as six degrees at tne j. o. f""";"'" ranch in the lower valley. M. L. Cad- wallader also used smudge pots in his orchard and it is thought that all of the fruit on this ranch was saved. In tlie vineyard of the Cadwallader ranch It is fn-rriA Vio-f thP terminal buds were t vj i.. v frn:t as there were not enough of the heaters to protect both the orchar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 April 1910

L PASO HERALD 16 Tuesday April 5 1910. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. f-THATS IT' V J T (WKK 1 VMSAKJ3j .- w acen io dc sti nnvj u- i a 150 LON 1 X ALONG SO NICELY. NOW. U" jf" Vs l H N. J m )-B rt . K QT mmm wm-tA jbrmhsi w -vrw s-vh jR-jt -sgrmmz j y - v ' W" f. "Mmmf) rm -V ftY J x r -! .. I. -I .. - . -. -. J ' jL - - y yf J5 f H c&B9i 5PtMT. ma T Chiiigs Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. Slve the loaer the iae publlrity j-eu nouJd expect Ixatf tlie In ma Uee yours. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELF WANTED MALE. WAITED An experienced salesman of good appearance to take charge of shoe and gent's furnishing department; must speak Spanish. Send references with application to Morrison Bros. & Co. Carlsbad. X. M. WAITED A flrstclass plasterer to plaster 3 store rooms 1 cottage at once at Oscuro X. M. E. G. Rafferty. "WESTERX EMPLOYMENT AXD REALTY CO. BOB St. Louln St. Auto. Phone 1712. Mexican and white hands and hotel help furnished on short notice...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 April 1910

EL Tuesday. April 5 1910. 11 REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERiLD BUILDING. .. -.-. rn.r. flia IpVel. south acant iun xn ".--. -. -i Wnv frnm car line. iront corner wu -- .tvi These lots are 140 feet In length are located on the paved road to . .v. -v..v are the and Fort best AJliss. At me iJii-o "w ".-. s bargain m the city today. Only 5 575 lor tne z. uawu. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. Vacant lots Sunset Helsntjne and half logntevgOmta utes walk from postonice. - center to paved street leading to hc e?JJe of city. Will be on the P Only JunniSg out West Missouri lfs this one site at the price. $1". tUi or cash. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. SUBSET HEIGHTS. Modern 6 room red pres-ed brick .on paved street 1 block ?.0 fuSS?D of. cated in the finest resident ce su - El Paso right In the midst . oi a. ci of high priced residences. Price is ?4250 on very easy terms. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. Prospect Ave.. Sct Hegts- Bouth front corner. Tne most u ful view from...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 April 1910

EL PASO HERAIJD 12 Monday April 4 1910. rnni ' " fTIT" i K i s I Unll Fresh Vegetables An attractive display equal to- rnid-surnmer. Every variety advertised is absolutely fresh and fine quality. Home grown Asparagus 10c bunch 3 for 25c Large Crisp Head Lettuce 10c 2 for 15c PreshOkra per lb 20c Fresh Florida Tomatoes per lb.- 12 l-2c Home grown Radishes bunch . 5c Spinach and Mustard Greens. New Irish Pbtatoes per tf..' ' 12 l-2c Celery 2 bunches ; -' 15c Green Peas per lb ;. : 15c Green Beans per lb. . . - 20c Florida Bell Peppers per lb. . . '. 35c Artichokes fancy large : - 12 l-2c Hot House Cucumbers fancy 20c Summer Squash per lb 12 l-2c Home Grown Beets Turnips Carrots Onions etc 18'Ibs '...$1.00 S! Best Colorado Potatoes 25c Fancy "Wine Sap and Roman Beauty Apples three pounds for - 25c Prompt Attention to' Mail Orders. Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. 1G II FR CENTL 8 K HOW THE SI IS THE COUNTRY rnu- TTV-rxj cu.2. -nr .- "which the French market owes to the iiie Unit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

HERALD EI Paso Texas Wednesday Evening April 6 1910-16 Pages AJS tie News IferafdPrlnts It first swell Dry; Santa Fe Democratic While It's Fresh. JIB imJBi MirflJif owBUa L JSLa w m M . JI. To Make Three Days' Stage Journey Even Catholics Approve His Course. VATICAN BLAMED; & INTENDED SNUB Rome Italy April 6. The final day of Mr. Roosevelt's stay in Rome was quKe'as busy as the two preceding days. After devoting- two hours to -mail and telegrams he left the hotel at 10 oclock for a call on professor Giacomo Boni the archaeologist. At 12 he received a visit from baron Fava formerly Italian ambassador at "Washington. The his- torian Gugllelmi Ferrero entertained the former president and a few friends at luncheon. Tomorrow morning Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt will begin a three days' drive from Spezin over the route to Genoa "which they traversed on their noney- onoon. From Genoa the Roosevelts will pro- ceed by train to Port Maurizlo near the French frontier where they will stop hree da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

r wm Z:Sy V- Sl 'ftvt Id&BA M"vf El Paso's 1 7 il 1 'l VrV U omy K ! r( K 1 fcvMa Exclusive kU Si - - f 7 )r Store &Jj& imroa ucmg Th Sea iimi life i PORTALES JAIL Summer is certainly here taking the past few days as a forerunner. "We make special announcement that no previous year have we known such a wealth of summer garments. lingerie and linen garments are here in every style of the season and at price ranges that make them the "best values you can possibly find. For the bal- ance' of the week we offer one extra special which is George Albright Charged With Insanity Strangles Self to Death. $7.50 &&? M&JtTQ&4f esses This special offer embraces 100 wash dresses suitable for every need of the day. The materials are linens French striped and plain ginghams linenes and repps. In the offer there are 20 different styles to choose from includ- ing Jumper high and low necked plain "and trimmed models. The color range is complete with all the pretty summer sha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

Wednesday April 6 1910. TODAY'S MARKETS a . i I MONEY AND METALS. Pay Cash for Your Groceries and Save Money. Try It and Be Satisfied. 3 pkgs. Ralston Hominy Grits for .- 25c 3 pkgs. .American Oatmeal for 25c 6 pkgs. Quaker Oatmeal for 55c 2 pkgs. Puffed Eice for 25c 2 pkgs. Cracked Wheat for - 25c 50 lbs. Best Greely Potatoes j 'for .. 24 lbs. American Lady Flour for 1 24 lbs. Silver Coin Flour. for 12 -lbs. Ralston Whole Wheat Flour for 12 lbs-XGraham Elour for -- 1 2 pkgs. Buckwheat Flour for 3 cans Pioneer Milk c c c 60p 60c I for 6 small Columbian Milk for 4 pkgs. Quaker Corn Flakes for . . . . 4 cans Tomatoes for 3 lbs. Fancy Head Bice for 4 lbs. Head Bice. for c c c c 5c fef3C 25 c 5 lbs. Broken Bice for 3 rbs. Bulk Baisins. for Evaporated Peaches for 2 31b-cans Sweet Potatoees for 3 lb-. XXXX Pow-Jered Sugar for . 3 lbs. Cut Loaf Sugar for 3 lbs. Fine Fresh Brown Sugar for Crystal Domino Sugar per box 2 oz. bottle Mapleine for Pure Creamery BuUer for Blue Bibbon Coffee 3 lbs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

Wednesday. April 6. 1910. w. Your 1 clSt e Maybe You Think You're Hard to Please or Hard to jit. Tv T rat ilVvP v m w ' UovfoCR . . f i;'i Vzetor That doesn't frighten us because we have more than enough of good things in clothes to satisfy all men and we know the kind of clothing yon like. Our stock of clothes includes all sizes. If you're built on human lines we can fit you every time which is more than most tailors can do. Try us for style fit and price. G-et your boy's suit here you'll get the best. How about your neckwear shirts hats under- wear trunks leather goods? "Whatever may be your needs we are at your service in flnegoods. iOSll s umen At the Blumenthal Corner. EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS petition- of the Reichsbank and was this change of policy made because of vany agitation? A. Xo: there were no complaints by private banks. The lo-west bank rate was still higher than the rate of the otirer banks." "Q. Is the Reichsbank disposed to favor every application for d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

Wednesday April 6 19'i.O. i 8 a These "Chic" Styl " See How the Clothes are very desirable just now. They give the foot that daintiness al- ways admired by fastidious women Look Before You Buy PASO TjMKe DjiTSnilii IV ' eslssssrl lftL3 ilfil ibilHLLI ; M 1 uriR m Rf 1 I 1VRITE FOH OUK K CATALOG 1 $3'00 J. $5.00 I RFjjr This patent colt 2 bar slip- per dull kid topping bead- ed ornament; light turn sole. rf 5 i This pretty cross bar Mar- jorie patent vamp dull top is one of the daintiest to be had. Light turn sol? Misses' and Litile Ladies' Pumps arid Oxfords in Gun Metal Patent Colt "and Kid welt soies low heels just the thing for growing girls at A neat 2-eye Gibson tie patent colt witk dull top turn sole $2.50. The same effect in -welt soles all patent or tan at $3.00 ?3.50 and $4.00 $1.50 Up to $3.08 EMS SS&aKtlS c 3.00 mm I Man Is Convicted of Lunacy in Court; Tells Straight StOiV. This nice fittinir nitent ankle jPump welt sole at $3.00. The same styles in other leathers wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE I Wednesday April 6 1910. L PASO Established April. 1SS. The Ei Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic The Sun. The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican.-The Bulletin. SIEXBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. SEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people- that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Auto. Business Office H5 lllf Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 Society Reporter 1019 Advertising department --- 116 HERALD TELEPHONES TER3IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily Herald per month 60c; per year ?7. "Weekly Herald per year. S2. -The Daily Herald is delivered by "carriers in El Paso East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

E PASO HERAL Wednesday April 6 1910. fcffraQj Used Hie World over 1 ffl aJMs IF v No oiker article of human food I w I TaSSt. . -Jfev iias ever received sncii em- 3 Jf i -"''lmi 1 phatle commendation for 1 if rBBH3B3 purity "usefulness and wliole- 1 I fe'SJKavMlnl sonieness from the most A fiMr JKfPE eminent authorities BpP BA&IN& pOWDf Bj liUfelulf K02 &as always received tlie Mgliest award wbea m PtlMv exbibited or tested in competition LW MOPF TfJiH TfJCV I niic Tuno P0P55 $. . Speaker Before Knights of Columbus Says There Will "Never Be a War With Ja- panTells of Country's Eesources. Prof. James Charles Monaghan of the university of Notre Dame Ind. and national lecturer of the Knights of Co- lumbus delivered an address at the Crawford theaterlasinlght to a house that -was most comfortably filled. The speaker is a man of small phy- sique dark complexion and wears a short black beard tinged with gray while he is becoming' slightly bald- He declared that there would be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

EX .PASO HERALD .8 Wednesday April 6 1910. flumer ous Happy Many Weddings In City During the XOeeK In Cluh Circles Affairs Boys' Oxfords If you are looking for style combined with dura- bility and a moderate price The Guarantee offers you a variety to choose from which is hard to beat-anywhere. Little Gents' Oxfords in black or tan calf sizes 8 1-2 to &fW 131-2 $1.75 and Little Gents' Patent Oxf Qrds Boys'. Oxfords in black or tan calf sizes 1 to 5; 0 ff . . WiWl $2.25 $2!00 $2:50 and M Boys9 High Top Shoes Little Gents' Shoes in black or tan calf sizes 81-2 to 131-2. Sf:$3:75'. S2.00 Boys' Shoes in black or tan calf sizes 1 to 5; $ 9 fffl $1.75 $2 $2.50 and JiU Boys' Elk-Skin 9 9K Shoes sizes 1 to 5. . .wafcw GREATER EL PASO'S GREATEST SHOE STORE CTh&m S TUCVUL The Love Kiss; There's a Difference From the French. In the aeons of ages behind us Some mortal indented the kLss Bequeathing the charm to remind us of the folly- o' wooing; vamiss; He saw her with h eart that ivas s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

EL LSO herald Wednesday April 6 1910. 9 I Eysier s C O. D. Grocery Corner Kansas and Boulevard Our Prices Are the Talk of El Paso Our G-oods Are As Good As Any in El Paso Our Delivery Service Is the Best in El Paso Phone Us Your Order Bell 844-823; Auto 1691 Fresh Vegetables Every Morning By Express Blue Bibbon Butter (strictly fresh) 3 lbs. for $1.00 Mountain Park Eggs per dozen 30c Strictly fresh Valley Eggs dozen . . .' .25c l-food sweet juicy Oranges 3 dozen for 50c CARLSBAD MEN INVENT COMPUTER gj 1 : i '-t!oA'E of low rKiass- 3 cans St Charles 31ilk for .: 3 cans Pioneer Milk for 6 cans small Pet or Colum- bia Milk for 3 pkgs. Dr. Prices' Food 3 pkgs. Post Toasties 3 pkgs. Kclloggs Corn Flakes for Cream of "Wheat per pkg. Dr. Price's Ail Grain Food per pkg. Aunt Jamima Pancake Flour per pkg National Oats largest pack- age and best oats only Fine Celery per bunch Fine Asparagus 3 bunches for 25c 25 c 25c legs. Post 25c 15c 15c 10c 10c .. 5c 25c Beets (large bunches Cali- fornia ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

6 1910. Ell "Wednesday April TEXAS. . I OF X PASO 319 San Antonio ISA ONL JrJLJp J &J J Ml fl JttlJL V a And Has Deposits of $87136.93 jTAzs Bank values the business so bounteously contributed by its customers on this the opening day and the confidence and esteem expressed thereby and takes this opportunity of telling them so. Business relations to be permanent must be satisfactory and profitable to those concerned. Therefore in selecting your Bank you should make PERMANCY your watchword keeping the same constantly in view and establish yourself for the present and fu- ture with this good banking institution. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Our Savings Department is open until8 o 9 clock on Saturday evenings and the officers of the Bank cordially extend a welcome to you. THE El Paso Ban OF EL PASO if I I 5 k & Trust Co. TEXAS ify;.' ;7J.. :::.- -:r.'""'"' J Appendicitis i -r . -r - now 10 ivoia it ana escape a Surgical Operation Told by One Who Knows. A Simple Method That Is Always Efflc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

L PASO HERALD Wednesday April 6 1$1G. 11. GREAT OAKS FSOM 1 I LITTLExAGOKNS GR0H J i -Vv rf " n Soortin News CNFTim ft II THF GflSUIF FOR THP Hfir 'ii '- (M'''i2sr r ORE AT FORTUNES ARE 1 THAT WEE DEPOSITED I IN THE BANK S2 $ jflf l;MM -f " ' SI- Wf . ill I ill f r? I BUSINESS I "An Oak is tfot Celled With a Single Blow" ITeither is solid wealth achieved at a single bound. Steady systematic saving is the magic that will bring the only SURE return. $1.00 STAETS IT. 4 percent interest makes it grow. Safety Deposit Boxes $2.50 a year. National Bank of Oemmsrss EL PASO TEXAS Q PLAY BALL OUT TOBIY SPAL Of RI fc 5 ft 1 11 H w U1FIS FOR 1SJC 1910 OFFICIAL BASEBALL I Complete and Accur- ate 34th Year The' Tinar authority on the Na- tional Game Larger and lwttm- liiiT ever. Profusely illustrated. Xew fea- tures; special articles; schedules and the revised 2TEW SULES. Price 10 cents. FREE Spalding's New Athletic Sports Catalogue. ifMnzirnrnmn Agents El Paso Texas. mIJl-ffW THE COURTS. 34TH DI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Wednesday. April 6 1910. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. UEliLLWAITA If oh: isn't hers is i nice I 111 ohi you haughty (KEaPBRl UTTL9PETFOR t VJ 3)06 V - YOU LOVE HE WILL if 3TTVT? J A BE COWy 77 gk 1 OOHMt YOU'LL HftVE ) WELL VL WRIT I- flj ? WMWk ssksH UmSy. - I gr oh: isn't j -HERE IS Nice UTTLfc ?ET FOR YOU LOVE HE BE CON)Pr)NY FOR Yot) COPYRIGHT 191Q BY.THE HEW Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices LOST FOUND. T.fisT Airedale terrier shaggy coated. Reward for return to 1107 Rio Grande. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED An experienced salesman of good appearance to ta.K.e ciia-ige ui jig . and gent's furnishing department; must speak Spanish. Send references wim application to Morrison Bros. & Co. Carlsbad N. M. WANTED Man solicitor at Arlington Hotel. WANTED Office boy with bicycle. Ap- ply at once at Globe mills. WANTED A window trimmer and show card writer; must know some- thing about furniture and carpets. Ap- ply to...

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