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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY 01? SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 15 Chamber Of Commerce Tremendous Power l TIJE El PriHo chambor of commorco made 190Q lt greatest year, ho far as work attempted and ac complished Is concerned, (he splendid results realized being the direct result of a mcro concentrated effort upon tho part of the business men of tho city nd their representatives heading tho work of the chamber of commorco. During -the year the organization moved into its new quartern, erected for J.ho purpose, and furnished them hand nomely, giving tho El Paso trade or ganization the hnndsomest, best oqulp pod and most attractive homo of any similar organization between San An tonio and Los Angeles, or Denver and the City of Mexico. Itoriucod Freight ItfitcM. Tho most Important result of tho work done during tho year 190l wns the material reductions secured in freight rates to nil points In tho recog nized 101 Paso trade lorllory, und many reductions to more distant points, which will ad mnl...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

16 EL PASO HERALD -SKYSORAPEB EDITION, 19.1.0. Power Projects For EI Paso Of the Future 'THItE development of the trndo tcr- j rllory tributary to the city of 131 Paso has created n demand for manufactured articles which should bo made right hero In the very center of that tremendous demand, and which would be mado hero now If the fuel and povpr quostlon was settled, ns It must finally ?,c settled, In favor of El Paso. Tills demand for the location of large manufacturing Interests In El Paso, the center of n groat and growing trado section, and the gateway to tho rlchont mineral country In tho known world, lias caused many level iteadod mon of affairs to look carefully Into tho pos ilbllltlcs of the futmro In tho way of cheaper fuel and cheaper power. I'OHcr From Irrigation Ditm, A few abort years now will see tho completion of tho Englo Irrigation sys tem, and that will make available at least 30,000 horse power of electric cur rent, tho cheapest of all powers, and as that current ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

. . EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 17 Manufacturers Show Remarkable Growth Mli PASO CUtAIN AND MIIiLIiVU COMPANY, From more than otic point of view, it in a significant fact that El Paso's first flour mill, though not yot passod the Initial stages of iltH operation, ha? provod a profllublo and popular enter prise. Whllo it 1h In the first place en couraging to homo manufactures and offers the slrongotft kind of argument In favor of tho consumption of homo products, it especially offers great In ducements to (the f armors of tho future in (his part of the southwest. It has been found by the test of sustalnod manufacture that the right proportion of custom winter hard wheat blended with western white wheat pro duces tho best flour, superior In texture and finality to flour manufactured In any other section of the United States. Such are ithc merits which can be as cribed to tho "Globe" flour, made by the Globe flour mills of 131 Paso, the establishment of tho ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

V 18 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. "-! Payrolls Point to Prosperous Year for 1910 (Continued from Pago 17.) Il R1TY IIAKING COMPANY. In u growing city like El rnso, it Is one of the natural and necessary conditions tliat tliere should be good bakeries to supply the dally wants of the people. Success is harder tc ob tain in recent years than formerly, and failures nro common in every line of business In tlic-so days of stiff competi tion, yet tlio man who makes a suc cess, Is not often given tlio jrodlt he deserves. A very good example of suc cess is that of El Paso's best bakery, the Purity linking company, which was incorporated In ISOfi, and 1L hua forged ahead until it has become the largest bakery with tlio largest capacity for production In the city. The company Is composed of George V. Roberta, presi dent and general manager; 13. M. 0. "Williams, secretary and treasurer. They occupy extensive premises at 711 South Kansas street, covering two floors, with n area of 7...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

f EL PASO IIERALDAlOUiVL SUM MABY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 19 Situation Is Favorable for Local Factories I (Continued from Pago 18.) BAM. WILLIAMSON HLACKSMITII SHOP. Of tho many different industries rcp roacntcd In tho city of El Paso, tho blackflinllhn und horso ahoors have their aharo of tho roprcscntatlon. Quito ft number arc located horc, among which ono of tho loadcra la Sam. Wil liamson, whoao placo of business Ls lo cated at tho cornet' of Florence and East Ovorlund atroota. Mr. William son haa been In bualneas for tho last four years and by hla good work haa built up a largo and profitable busi ness In his shop, horses nro ahod In a scientific manner, none but the boat of mechanics being employed. Ho tonkas a specialty of building and re building old vehicles, rubber lire work, painting und trimming, Mr. Wllllnm aon la a practical man in hla lino of business and employs fivo people to as sist him in his rapidly Increasing busi ness. Tho shooing of fancy driving horBoa and ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

20 EL PASO HERALDSKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. Immense Wholesale Stocks In Many Lines KHAKAUEIl, 'OUK A JIOYH, Tho merchandising of goods In El Pnso has undergone many changes in tho past few years, which aro duo to tho development of El Paso as a com mercial center and tho development of tho valley and mining districts of this section. Among tho firms that huvo soon tho change take place and whoso long activity In this city has perhaps made them the best Judge of the needs Of this section, Is Krnkauer, Zorlc & Moye. They started many years ago to handle a general line of hardware with n few Implements and wagons, necessary for the trade at that time, and they have developed into one of the largest supply houses In tho south, west. They have added other features to their business, among which Is tho lnstalation of machinery of all charac ter for mining, pumping, etc. Their mining supply branch of tho business Is very extensive nnd their wonderful Increase In business In all lines ha...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 21 El Paso Jobber (Continued from Pago 20.) J. II. NATJON.SH MEAT Jb SUPPLY CO. Among llio largest and most excel lent supply houaea of the city In tho meat und grocery lino la the pioneer firm of J. it. Nations' Moat and Supply company, located In a largo and spa clous Htoro at 220 Mesa avenue. Tho company Is Incorporated for $100,000, with tho following officers: .T. II. Na tions, prcHldent; W. W. Turney, vice president; Ell Nations, secretary, and 31. M. Patterson, treasurer. It Is tho largest storo of Its kind in the city. Nothing Is handlod In tho grocery nc partmont hut reliable brands that are guarnntood to glvo satisfaction to tho most fastidious, nnd at all times the company handles the flnost vegetables that aro grown, either In local or for eign gardens. From tho orchards of California and othor fruit growing centers this market rccolvcs fresh fruit dally. , Tho J. U. Nations Meat and Supply company Is tho first mark...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASOJ?ERALD-.S.KYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. Great Changes In El Paso Business Hou 22 (Continued from rage 21.) HOMIAM-IIEUNKOVITS ItAItllEKS SI I'PIjV COMPANY. if the entire variety and classifi cation of Hie material.1?, Implements find supplies In ue by the barbers of a lily were itetni''od, the list would fill a volume and bo a revelation to Hie tnitn who observes merely tho re freshing processes of a shave, a hair cut or n shampoo. For HiIh reason, us ,i necessity there arc largo estab lishments for tho manufacture of bar t"is' supplies, and there arc in all itlov shops and stores for their sale In HI Poo, the Bonhum-llorskovits Harbors' Supply company Is an Incor porated concern. 11. llerskovits is pn sident and treasurer, and I. C. Bon 1 mi si( rotary. Their store of sup-j.lie- Is (it 211 Texas street. They aro w hub's. iU and retail dealers in cut ler, biubcr supplies and furniture, Tho handle tho minutest thing of barbels' use to the complete outfit for a fashionable barber s...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOQTffWESTBEN PEOCIRESS. 23 Stocks That Would Befit City Of 1 00000 (Continued from Pago 22.) WALTMIl S. CLAYTON IIAY AND GRAIN. In tho business district of tho city tlioi'o Is no ontofprlso rnoro prosper ous and Important to tho various In terests of tho community than Is that of Walter S. Clayton, tho oxtenslvo doalor in hay, grain and foodstuffs, located at Ochou and First directs, op posite tho T. & p. freight dopot, whoro ho occupies a brick building' cover ing an auea of 40x1 CO foot, besides a number of large sheds. Ho established tho business nino yoars ago, and ho has by his Industry and strict atten tion to ovory dotail, built up a busi ness that makes him ono of tho larg est denlors in his lino In tho South west. Ho receives his suppllos direct from tho producer In carload lota and soils outright to tho stock owners and jobbers, doing both, a wholesale and retail business. JIo suppllos most of the largo users of hay, grain and feed hi ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

24 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. Broad Views Of Southwestern Merchants (Continued from Page 23.) A. STOIjAUOFF CROCKERY, ETC. The woll known and popular crook cry atoro of A. Stolnroff nt 112 San Antonio street is one of tho brilliant and attract! vo retail houses of tho city nnd Is called tho 'China Palace." 2Mr. Stolaroff, who made his establish ment in this city in 1890, carries u. largo and varied Htock of glassware lamps, a flno stock of granltowuro, tinware, house furnishing goods and ho makes a specialty of hotol nnd bar fixtures. In crockery and houso furnishings Mr. Stolaroff carries tho staple regulation articles that are ser viceable In all households and In all communities. Tn hotel and bar fix tures ho has a good trade ineldont to the growth of tho city, there being many new places for oqulpmont with these manufacturers In recent times, while he also does a wholesale busi ness and makes Important shipments to outoftown places. Mr. Stolaroff is n merchant of e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

h&k1 H EL PASO HERALDANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 25 i II 250,000 People Buy (Conllnuod from Pago 24.) JOHN IIlUNNIOIt . ' MERCHANT TAILOR. No department of business enterprise Is without Its high class roprosonta tlvo In thin thriving city, and In ro apoel to tho tailoring establishments supported by up to dato business and professional men, Ml Paso la not bo- n no r m I 7 'I i , V. One of tho loading and most popular tailors In tho city la John lirunner, vhoao comploto ostabllbiimcnt la In Uho Herald building, occupying 2500 blnd tho largest cltiea In tho East. fiquaro feet on tho second floor. Ho only, and Is an artist in cutting und makes a specialty of men's flno tall- fitting. Mr. Gray mado his establish orlng und caters to tho vory best class ment In El Paso ulno years ago, and of trade. Ho has In his employ 2R has built up a good regulur custom, of the most export cuttors and tailors He makes no pretension to groat din in tho city and the splendid suits play,...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

i, ..r 4.0iA? - -v - . 26 EL PASO HERALDSKYSCEAPEE EDITION, 1910. M erchants Ready For a Big Year In 1910 (Continued from Page 25.) MONTE HALEY tfc CO. MUX'S FURNISHINGS. This is one of the latost of the sov eral high class establishments for men's furnishing and eomploto outfitting-. In overy particular 'this is a most credita ble and doslrublo concern. It Is of the class of new business establish ments which have added so much to tbo agreeable appearance of the business center. This fine store was established at 200 Mesa avenue, August, 1909, but Monte lluley has been here three years. The officers of the company are: Monto Haley, president, who looks after tho tailoring department, which Is the larg est in the southwest; J lurry 11. Clancy, vice prosidont, is the southwestern rep resentative for the Best Tailoring com pany, Chicago, Ill.jGeo. A. Mansfield, secretary and treasurer, Is the south western representative of U E. Hays & Co., tailoring house, Cincinnati, Ohio; while...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOOTH WESTERN PROGRESS. 27 El Paso Ranks As Big Live Stock Eli PASO Imb takon a place with tho biff livestock nmrkdtB of the coun try, the ycuir Just closed having mndo a record for Importations, pur chases through dealers nnd hrokers of the city, and for local consumption Tho horse market has not kepi up with tiie cattle and sheep markets, because it la almost Impossible to get horses, cither in tho southwest or In Mexico. Tho local domand for horses is ahead of the vlslblo supply. Hcnvy Iniporinilons. The groatost gain of tho year was made in tho Importation and handling of Mexican cuttlo, as El Paso buyers not only seemed to domlnalo the Moxl can salos markets but many outside buyers made Hi Paso tholr hading point. Moxlco lias more cattlo than any other section of the continent now, and tho movement is on through El Paso. The prices paid for Mexican stock range higher than for the previous year, and some big deals wero made, one firm In f -t imme...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

.- XilAt m 28 EL PASO HERAIiDSKYSORAPER EDITION, 1910. i. Local Banks Show Increase of Two Million TIIV3 Htrongost evidence of (he steady growth of nny city Is Its Increas ing financial Importance, and El Paso banking institutions all show a growth for 1009 nothing short of re markable, showing an increase of re sources during the year of more than $2,000,000, Increasing their cash re serves, their loans and -their clearings. A comparison of the reports of No vember. 1908. with those made to tho Total 1908. First National bank ? 3, 721, 890. -IS Stale National bank 1,309,748.05 American National bank 3,2IR,178.1 1 City National bank 1,000,008.10 Natolnal Hank of Commerce 003,719.42 Ulo Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co 1,479,488.25 Guaranty Trust & Banking Co 709,210.93 Clearings Show an Increase Of Nine Million Dollars. bank examiner on tho ICth of November last, shows tho net lnereaso as follows: Itosources.- 1909. ? 4,308,812.47 1,090,208.74 1,407,798.9(5 1,129,188.38 994,9r8...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

"SicT ' &r"5" " H EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 29 a Banks Have Kept Pace With City's Growth T HE year 1009 pot 011! marked a great udvunco in llio hanking strength of and financial influ ence of Ml I'uso, but it finally and for all limo put tlio city in a commanding position in tho bunking1 world of the cntlto HoulhwcHl. El Paso Recognized As the Southwestern Banking Center. house, cnfllly the moat important liistl tuUon of llio kind in tho entire soulh- (Contlntied from Pago 28). nihility, and he It Haid to the company's credit that these reports are something that can ho relied upon us being as near correct in all details as it Is possible to inuko same. Tho local office of this concern, which Is In the Guaranty Trust building, la In chargo of M. If. At tho close of business on tiic ICih nized as tiio legttimalo trade tbrritory their banking center if the opportunity v MacCallum stands high In flnnn- day of Novomber tho combined re- of El Paso will g...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

8r "" 30 EL PASO HERALDSKYSCRAPER EDITION, 3910. Postal Figures Have Trebled Since 1900 Increase of THIO business tlono through the post office offers the closest chock on the business growth of n com munity, and the 131 Paso postofflco shows a volume of business which would bo surprising if all other sourcea of Information on tho growth and pros- unity of tho city did not indicate tho .. m . . . , . , 1 J tlon of being oleelcd as a Republican, sumo great Inercnso. Mr. Shurpo 1ms long boon prominent The total receipts of the office In in Republican politics in tho south, Is 1900 wero $30,32 i, while for the fls- universally popular with people of both . .,.,.. .wii...r I...... m -innn n.v parties, and widely known as a gon ial year ending June JO, 1009, they ,,, nf vnfinn.nnn, ,w1 ,..,i.,. ..... nmountod to $107,992; and the salaries lug a graduate of Harvard college,' and FI'R.HMAN'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO luiui in me oiuce nicruiiHuu uumig i.u hu js credited with possess ng more And ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 31 Municipal Progress Shown on Every Hand fltH ntt.SitrVsi.w.. .,il,t.l, II.-.. .. I.. li WP Inlrnu Mm nnrtmul nffni'tH nf IL may Iov, a city council and hundreds of city oinploycs to keep up with the growth of the city, and tho year 1909 guvo them no rout, as u comparison of tho city budgets of 1908 and 1909 will Hhow. The growing Importance of the city waH rofleclod from every city de partment, and tho year just closed brought necessary Increases in every department of municipal government. The year 1909 was ono of continued growth, requiring more now Howcr;igo, mole street lights, more street clean ing, more street grading and opening, more stroot Hprlnkllug, moro street pav ing, jnoro cement walks, and more ex peases In every department of city gov ernment I hull ever before In the his tory' of El Paso, because there woro more people and more business Inter ests to cure for than cvor before. Tho yours forced an increase In ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

ZX2tT7 X 32 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. rc Many New Roads Reaching Toward City THE ycnr 1909 was one of general recovery In railroad business throughout the El Paso trade territory, and was particularly marked by large railroad construction. It Is a significant fact that tho southwestern ntul northern Mexican railroad con struction was almost wholly within tho 131 Paso Influence, The tonnage hau'ed in and out of El Paso during the year was greatly hi excess of the tonnage hauled tho year previous; and tho tonnngo originating In this trade territory was greatly nb(ie the business of the previous cni This great business revival unveil additional train crews to bo put In .-service, Increased shop forcos and longer hours, and Induced the com panles to make Improvements In both i.i.idbt-ds and equipments. Some of the road also increased tjiolr train son Ice, the Santa Fe putting on tho long desired day train. Now Mileage. Tin' Southern Pacific and the 131 Paso & Southwes...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

-"Zu'i.- -----y .'-'. J-- - iV ; "- V f ' -r -" -v. EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 33 A Great Gains In Tonnage By El Paso Roads FOURTEEN years ago last month T!ic Ilorald published a joyous Item, In effect as follows: "Last month thoS, P. (meaning tho system) did tho heaviest freight busl ncsB ever done at this point, 7(500 cars being handled." In those days tho "S. P." and tho Santa Fo had things their own way In tho transcontinental freight business, the Texas & Pacific not then being in n position to handlo much of it, and thoso 7C00 cars not only represented the heaviest railroad business ever done in tho city, but It represents al most all there was done. Multiplied by Three, For Novcmbor of 190!) the "S. P.," or the G., H. & S. A., handled In the El Paso yards 20,120 cars, or Just 12,020 more than tho "heaviest" buslnoss over done in El Paso up to the timo of the publication of that Item. The Texas & Pacific, the Santa Fe and the" El Paso &...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

"f, tagiffi;gffv" ?' v J8lt tii 34 EL PASO HERALDSKYSCRAPER EDITION, 3910. i Deming, Gem Of the Fertile Mimbres Valley Dujmjnu is tuo county sent 01 jjiina county, i'ow Mexico, and has gained distinction because of Its being: the very heart of one of the most promising vnlloys in the entire south west. It lias a town government, nnd a population of more than 3000 intelli gent, country building people, with large stores and substantial buildings. Asldo from belli, the supply point for a large livestock and mining coun try, Deming is the leading town of ..ie Mimbres valley, one of the richest ag ricultural sections of the southwest, and is enjoying an Influx of population .which promises .to make It one of the commercial centers of this hem ion. Famous MlmhrcM Valley. The Mlmbios valley has an under flow, cosideied to bo piactically In uxhaustlblo ,at a depth permitting of pumping at a profit for almost the en tire list of crops grown In this section, and particularly favorably situat...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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