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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

vf U. f 1 EL PASO HERALDANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS r 35 V Fourth Railroad In Deming Is Promised (Continued from Pago 34.) W. W. ATKINS &. CO. That V. Wi Atkins thoroughly np preclalos the value of modern buslnesB uystoms la apparent to every ono en tering his attractive fruit and vegetable ostabllHhment. This Is well known as a store of good goods entitled to rank a tho best at reaHonablo prlcoH. The Btore Is excellent In tho style and con venlenco of 11b arrangements. Having u cold storage for the preservation of his goodw, Mr, Atkins Is caroful in tho Bclectlon of hlH stock and ho carries nothing but tho freshest of vegetables and fruits, which ho receives from Cal ifornia and other markets every day. By hi strict business methods, he is ablo to handle his constantly increas ing trade, which is equal to that of any other in the sumo line In tho city and both merchant and storo are popular with the people. Ills store is centrally loeuted on Silver avonue, north of ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

-Jw ? ate fcwi- vv - atr" 36 EL PASO HERALD SKYSOBAPER EDITION, 1910. estem Railway Company . Mexico' Northw Rio Grande, Sierra madre & Pacific Railroad 31EXICO, NORTHWESTERN iV: RIO GRANDE, S1ER1IA 31 A 1)1112 &. PACIFIC TRAIN. When the extensions and Improvements now In progress on the lines of the Ulo Cirnnde, Sierra Mndrc & Pacific railroad are completed, thero will bo witnessed a new era of Industrial development and trade In Northern Mexico. Under Its present operations,, this railroad has opened up communication betwoen many towns, cities urid sections of rich natural resource in that republic and its future extensions offer a glowing pros pect of easy railway connection and trade, In which El Paso has a largo share. The Rio Grande, Sierra Madre & Pacific forms a part of the Mexico Northwestern railway system, as at present constructed and under tho con trol of the Mexico Northwestern Hallway company, which Is building1 west ward toward tho coust. It is one of...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

" EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY 01? SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 37 Year Of Great Progress In Silver SILVER CITY is tlio con lor of Iho ' largest mining interests In New Mexico, nnd tlio steady dovolop irioiil of ItH tilbulury resources is mak ing II one of tlio moHl Important cities of Hint prosperous territory. In common with till other milling commuiiltleH, the -slump of 1007 seri ously affected the mining cninpH tribu tary to Silver City, but a revlvnl begun Into In 1008 find continued with In creasing vigor through 1909, and elos Ing the year with bettor prospects for the future than ever before In the his tory of that section of the territory. Important Trade Center. Silver City has become ono of the best business town of the southwest, Its trade supplying the well established mining camps of Mogollon, Plnos Altos, Leopold, Tyrone, Santa Itlta, Flerro, Hanover ,and irnny other districts In which much activity hat boon evidenced In 1909, besides meeting iib demands of a large cattle ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

-r ,r - 38 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. ilver City Reports Important Mining Deals (Continued from Page 37.) NKW IH MX I CO COT TAG K SANATORIUM. Sliver City Is In the heart of a golden climate, located In tho southwestern liftrt of New Mexico at an altltudo of G000 foot. Tho town Is built In tho heart of the mountains, thus avoiding the dust storms mo prevalent on tho plains, and affording beautiful scenery and drives. Tho climate Is ideal for tho treatment of tuberculosis, tho United States government recognizing tho fact, established tho government sanatorium for tuberculosis at Fort Bayard, but nine miles from Silver City. Owing to the absonco of humidity, the natural temperature Is far less than tho mercury would indicate. The sum mers are cool and the winters compara tively warm. Because of tho great amount of sunshine, tho lnfectuous as pneumonia and Influenza are unknown here. Tho climate offers a greator amount of outdoor air nnd sunshine for the most part of the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

'i EL PASO HERAJ.jP ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 39 f Automobiles Run Twelve Months in Year TUMUll Ik no "closed season" for automobiles In 101 Piiho. Tho woathor Ih HUltublo 12 months In tho year and tho building of a system of Htono ronds up nnd down tho river makes this a mot Inviting field for motoring'. EI Paso lty of tho humnn frame wherein lies the uiuso of the disease. There ho WaafKaV fi Vxm Jtt A .o .f'ndf derangpd nnd dislocated nerves. TT -.C..AAV. TWIPAJLI.1AIAU11& JTXM. C? Til Ideal For Motoring. IIUlllCHMAI) AUTO CO. hose, by well known processes of soi- entlflc manipulation, ho readjusts, re storing tho nerves and tho affected or gan to their natural functions and thereby removes the disease or ena bles Nature to restore health. One of tho most prominent of the One of the .no ..,n,wn .V"! ,,, , B ,u, e,l .l, .V .c K " 1 ?. w tt Lflv. ?,? "ie. ,bernA Peonage of auto- osteopathic physicians In this city Is f,?1n,ri"1rf.0.Vt.n,,,r.J"Cftt.ot prases market...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

v'a -sS, -H V - HW - "V M. 4.0 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. J1 VI vi V Ji Compania Jabonera de Torreon Ti orrean. CONCESSION On February 2G, 1900, there was given to the Tnginecr Jose Fnrjoa in representation of the "La Union" S. A. a concession to establish an oil, glycerine and soap factory in Torreon. Principally the oil of the cotton seed, which is cultivated here in the district, should bo used for the soap. However, tihe concession mentioned includes also "all vegetable and nninml oils. DURATION OF CONCESSION 20 YEARS TAXES The factory does not pay any taxes to the town or governinut, neither common or uncommon taxes, nor for the present or for t'ho future, for a capital of one,, to two millions. CAPITAL One to two million dollars, Mex., as per concession. The former capital of $1,000,000.00 was reduced to $700,000.00. SHARES The company issued 10,000 shares valued at $70.00 each- RAISING OF CAPITAL la August, 1909, the capital of $700,000.00 was raised by means of...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 41 City Schools Are Most Liberally Supported D UIUNQ the year 1900 the El Pnso public schools recorded the usual gain In attendance; the usual Increase In tho corps of Instruc tors, and something more than tho usual increiiMo in the value tf the school properties by reason oC improve ments made on the different buildings, to say nothing of the completion of the splendid Vilas school building one of tho best constructed, handsomest and safest public school buildings in tho weal. Manual Training. Since manual training lias boon added to tho courses of Instruction In tho public schools of tho city and found great popularity with tho children and paronts allko, much progress has been mudo in that department, Tho fittings, tools, supplies, etc., belonging to the department of manual training hava cost in tho neighborhood of $14,000, and tho universal verdict is that It is money well spent. Tills department Is under tho supervision o...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

V Nfc. 42 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 3910. l"- THIS year 1900 was one of groat progress in developing the whole sale and retail trade centering in El Paso, many now enterprises having been estblished and the older houses growing and spreading out to meet tho rapidly increasing demands. .Jobber Increase Trade. "During tile year tho Jobbing interests of 131 Pnso not only entered now fields, but worked those already theirs to bet ter advantage, using more men and makfng more frequent calls. They also took more interest tn the trade than ever before and were liberally re warded with larger and more numer ous orders. Tho year was one of goncral revival of business in all lines and no Interests felt this upward tendency quicker than tho jobbing trnde. Outside merchants ordered more liberally and were ablo to meet their obligations with prompt ness, all of which worked to encourage the Jobbers to greater oxortlons. Lower Hntcs Scoured. The general movement for the reduc tion of fre...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

: EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 43 Dry Farming Opens An Immense New Field PERHAPS tlio greatest general ad vancement in iho southwest dur ing1 the your 1900 wns in agri cultural lines, nncl this satisfactory condition was largely contributed to by Iho Florald in its efforts to bring to the settler In tho southwest tho bene fits of tho studies and oxporlmentH of inom successful men who arc bo rapid ly developing tho science of soil culti vationcommonly called "dry farm ers." As one roHiilt of the campaign, tho Siinta Fo railroad In to Hpond $25,000 this year In "dry farm" demonstra tions. Jleruld I.oihIn tho Way. The Horn Id persistently, and consist ently, expends time and mouoy In gath ering the data of results In all sections where tho scientific study of soil cul ture Is being carried on. No expendi ture Is too great, and no amount of space spared, to convey to those seek ing homes In this great southwestern empire the results of the efforts of those giv...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

SHMPlHH . WtftM -"sT"" 44 .ISL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 191.0. Vs y . " , ""-n New Mexico M D I'm NCI the year 1009 the territory of New Mexico recorded a sub stantial progress along all lines of Industrial Interest, and regardless of a partial crop failure In some few sec tions of tho territory, becauso of un favorable and unexpected climatic con ditions greatly Increased the acreage under cultivation. Tho few crop fail ures recorded were due almost onllroly to the Inexperience of -those taking up land In the socalled "dry farming" sec tions and falling, for different reasons, to prepare tho soil properly and fol low the ncopted methods of scientific farming. Some of those making fail ures were unable to work their land for tho want of funds, while others failed through ignorance. Those following the practiced methods of "dry farm ing" generally made good crops, except where tho climatic conditions were ex ceptionally bad. Increasing Wealth. Tho total assessed valuation of t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 45 New Mexico Banks Show a Big Reserve Resources of Seventy-five Banks Make Total of $24,608,651. NEW MEXICO hiiH for hoiuo years hud an official known as tho traveling auditor. Tho legisla ting gave this official supervision over tho territorial bunks, and tho efficiency of fluit official, C. V. Snfford, has mado possible tho .showing of the progress of : of the territory In a small Hpacc through aggregates $205,000 of the total now FIKST CLASS TELEPHONE SYSTEM tho modlum of figures and official capitalisation of $205,000 In tho terrl- SOLTHEHX fijy facts, considering tho prevailing oondl- " fuluie durInff Not ony J qC tlllm wojiH the growth of the territory dur- l)(, youl, am, lho loUll umucr of bunks ties and the business-advantages of tho lug 1900 has been marvelous, and It doing business Is 75, with a combined service, but owing In large part to the Is n mutter of somo satisfaction to note capital imtelon of $3,271,080, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

..r-JiJ -f , T 46 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910. Las Graces, the Beautiful and DURING the year 1909 (ho lively town of Las Cruccs, the center of the fertile Mesllla valley of New Mexico, felt the good effects of judicious advertising of Its resources and advantages to the world, unci re corded a most remarkable growth and an unprecedented progress In every pos sible way. The first months of the year found the town paving dts business streets, building cement sidewalks, opening new streets and making other public Im provements of a substantial nature, while residences and business blocks were built as fast as the contractors and builders could handle tho work. The movement for new residences was so strong as to build up many of tho best residence streets of tho town and cause the opening of u number of now additions, In which lots sold rapidly und much new building was started. Demand for Property Strong. The demand for city properly vau strong and materially advanced price...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNTJiLL SUMMARY OP SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 47 They All Boost for the Mesilla Valley (Continued from Pago 40.) J. 1). WOFiTjIUTT HI3AI ESTATE, IiAS CHUCES. A groat deal o tlio advancement which has boon made, tho growth of population! tho largo increase tin build ing activity In investments and tlio riHo in valuoH liavo boon anticipated by the real estate dealers and agents who have located in Lus Cruces with in tho last few yoars. Their coming was with a bettor understanding of tho situation than tho homo people, They now anticipate greater things, for they can hoo that Las Cruces is bound to grow correspondingly with tho ad vancement ot tho Southwest and Lns Cruces as tho metropolis of the Mo sllla valley. Among (ho more practi cal and far seeing of those prophets is .1. D. "Wollott, who is placing lots in Wostmont and Sylvan additions to Las Cruces on tho markot, Thcso addi tions are on "the hotgnts," situated on an eminence 100 fool above tho valley and a short dls...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

-mmmttfV'i "" V --- 48 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 3910. 5jft- Profit Is Certain On Small Pumping Plants SMALL pumping plants have tnkcn mi important place In the devolop mont of tho southwest, and with their coming' Into the agricultural de velopment of the country have arisen many now problems. These problems aro not only of a very trying- nature to tho newcomer, but to tho old timer, as well, because there is nothing to imMrt nin,n, nvnt n nino, aiii.iv nf locnl conditions, tlio duty of pumps and fuel, and common sense. The New Mexico College of Agricul ture and Mechanical Arts, at Mesllla Park, lias given much attention to tho Tho development of extensive under- flows In many parts of western Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, outside of problem as applied to Irrigation un- dor conditions of cultivation which con- to eight Irrigations during tlio season. ;,';, . .n i, ..iIm ,,.nii of irrl- der the old methods, but with the In- template the greatest amount of water Practically...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 49 West Texas Mineral Wealth Is Untouched BECAUSE tlio 'lawmakers of Texas havo failed to provide laws un der which the vast mineral re sources of (ho state can he dovolopod and made to onrlch Its people there has boon llttlo or no prospecting or devel oping dono In tho mining districts of western Texas, or, more properly speak ing, tlioro has boon nothing dono In thoso Hectlona which would bo mining districts If the laws permitted. How ever, it Is known that the Trans-Pecos country la rich In many minerals, and that wonderful development will tako place immediately after the legislation ceoded Is secured. Known Minerals Existing. With but llttlo development and but little prospecting, It Is not lo be ex pected that any great mineral showing can bo made; but occasional discover ies, for many years back, spasmodic efforts to mlno under adverse conditions and the Investigations conducted from tlmo to tlmo by scientific men In son...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

X oif EL PASO HE RALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 1910, saN-s-wflgBsyfr ore TIE 'arid" west is passing fast, as thousands of settlors are Invad ing tho vnaevs hcretoforo con. ildercd useless except for cattle ranges. "Arid" Toxns has long slneo ceased to exist, a vast plain of dry grass having given place to miles and miles of corn, oats, cotton, forage, and almost every other crop grown to ad vantage In tho southwest. It Is a fact but little known, oven hero in 131 Paso, that n vast section of country actually In tho trade terri tory of tho city, as determined by geo graphical location and railroads either actually constructed or projected, and heretofore generally considered as "arid" and of llttlo account boyond tho vnluo of cattle ranges, has dovelopcd Into one of tho most fertllo sections of the United States, and at tho prosont rate of settlement will support a popu lation of millions within a very few years, producing millions and millions of dollars of agricultural products. Fur the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OF SOUTHWEST 1SRN PROGRESS. 51 No Crowd Too Large For El Pa Ix may trutniuiiy do nam tiiat tno city of El Paso has outgrown its liotclH, JiiHt aa it haa outgrown its ninny public utilities, and Just afl it out grow its railroad stations, and it has boon apparently impossible for tho ho tol interests to keep up with thla growth; but, at tho samo tltno, thoro aro many good hotels, nnd a great many first class rooming and boarding houses, all of them enabling El Paso to care for a largo number of strangers. Hotel .and Restaurant Accommodation For AH. IIOTIOIi OHNDOH FFISh PASO'S IilQADING HOTEL. Whatever olso may bo lacking in tho way of city institutions or, per- IIIIIST -. IIATIISICISLLISIC. This excellent place of resort and re frcshmont is situated near tho Union of making bread and pics and cakes depot and was formerly known as tho " , ' ? "! ,?8 oir c to its now proprietor, Henry Van Brug gen, who took charge of the popular bakery nnd restaurant at 2...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

52 EL PASO HERALD SKYSQB.APER EDITION, 1910. Popular Business Institutions Of a Live City H, II. TAYIjOU A CO. Tho spirit of the grout and ancient people still pervades the old land and Its Influences Inspire men to perpetu ate tho name on this side of tho line. Tho Toltoc Is a very good namo In El Paso and sounds as though appro priate to tho uses of many of Its pa trons who puss through Its portals as they conio and go. For tho thirsty wayfarer of this ancient lineage, tho only thing lacking, perhaps, Is tho leth al potations of these ancients and their posterity of modern times, but tho Tol toc contains things just as good, If not bettor, and just as vivifying, or as so porific and comforting, In tho way of California wines, Kentucky whiskeys and many other refreshing beverages from this and foreign lands. Tho Tol- Progressive Spirit Is Contagious and Few Escape Its Influence. OF KICK HAll. first class Chinese restaurant and It Is For good things to eat and to drink, tho largest ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD ANNUAL SUMMARY OE SOUTHWESTERN PROGRESS. 53 A Quarter Million For County Roads Turn county 01 jui xaso lias noi occn far behind In tho movement for public Improvements of a perma nent and progressive nature, having ex ponded during the yenr 1009 hundreds of thousands of dollars for good roads, new buildings and Improvements, bridges, and other substantial public conveniences. In fact, the county of El Paso Is tho leading couuty of tho entire southwest for public Improvements, and Is easily the most progressive In providing good roads for Its people. Voters of tho county, under tho urgent ' leadership of Tho Herald, authorized a bond Issue of $250,000 for good roads, bridges, etc., and that money 1h being faithfully expended, as Is shown by re sults. Tho road building lias already progressed beyond the first expecta tions of those progressive spirits re sponslblo for the movo and It is now posHlble to rldo miles and miles In al most any direction from tho city of Jul P...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 January 1910

Zr 54 EL PASO HERALD SKYSCRAPER EDITION, 11910. "Vtfjrt v County Officers Manage Business GEORGE AV. II UFFiMAN ASSESSOR. In order to run a government, whothor It bo national, state or city government, It Is necessary to havo funds to run tliat government, and to got funds the people- must pay taxos to maintain the government; It Is high ly necessary to havo a capablo man to assess tho poople proportionately and to seo that thero aro nono that are dodging their just liabilities and tho right man for the placo in El Paso county is Goorgo W. Huffman. In this position he has many complicated details to look after, In assessing cor porations and individuals, rich and poor, and to seo that tho rich man does not oscapo his share of tho bunion, and put it too heavily on tho poor man. Tho people have been so pleased with his administration of tho offlco of as sessor that they havo several times given him tho honor. Ho is an old resident of the community, and for that reason ho is well acqua...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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