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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, April 23, 1910. 13 Th& Detinv of EI Paso is About to be Indissoliiblv Linked With I Hal 01 aau 1lGffO, flCi DlSter vliy 01 1116 ff OOucilUi OaiDui , . ! The most powerful independent capita! on the Pacific Coast is now building a splendid line of railway of the most approved modern construction Eastward from San Diego, and in a little more than another year these two magic young cities will be joined by the shortest trunk line that can ever be built between El Pao and tidewater 8 Over this artery of trade will thereafter flow the principal freight and passenger traffic of the Southwest. El Paso merchants and .jobbers will then receive a large part of their supplies by this newer and cheaper route through San Diego harbor, and the delightfully cool beach points of San Diego will become the favorite summer resort of El Paso citizens. San Diego, with its splendid present activity, its unprecedented-growth and development and its magnificent future, is becom...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

EX 14 Saturday, April 23, 1910. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. TODAY'S CLASSIFIED OPPORTUNITIES WAREHOUSE AND FACTORY SITES. BUSINESS PROPERTIES INSIDE. CHOICE RESIDENCES. IDEAL FARMS. R. H. THORNE, BIS SAX FRANCISCO ST. INCOME AND INVESTMENT REAL ESTATls. r 50TUO AK SIX rVftKE NttfE, E.K? WELL..YOU AR THE VO fcST 1- -EYHR SflU.1 " WELL.TKEN.ITA IHTH' BIGGEST SUMCE. IN SCHOOL" j f rtU5T 8ETEW.. J f AL-LRlfiHT! &EE! I'D LlK.t TO BE W JJI ) v '- ftWlSc KI2$UT X&UE&S ILL 7 7 V KVELR. BE A Hl&KDS-OW y j f BJMk V- I So YOU ARE YEFLY3)ENSE frvf YES.X'K AS YOU'LL BETK& SrtflTE-ST A TN UNWELL. LITTLE ONE, ALL- THICK AS LITTLE KQ INTDWtf!!! J V w) YOUMEEl 15ATEW3RDPS OF VT1A,S TJAr-5 y v I f paxaza on THffr cran I un y-r r V Vl WlLU,I30t UMlER3Tflt) IT. fyBtlB( rYOU , YOU TEJLlRS frs A nARyELJ ! YOU ARE SO 5rtARTTHrtT 1 "PROFESSOR. (VY ATTENTION an' I HOW 30ES HE I CAtT TEACH Yoa ANTTK! K-OR, J Ti.3 TRUE.W fis-- A-l- P1-01 TH' 1 VQJJ? - X WOUlJ) ADVISE YOU TO START A V Ii1 j PROBL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

Friday, April 22, 1910. h FOR SALE H2AL ESTATE. x- linvoiivn ST. AT A BARGAIN. An 8 room brick on & "j'u't "JrV ' of 5 room cottages miles farther out. St. lots, being offered ' "won. s Has full davlight basement under en market value. Tou have wanteaaJiwi , hoilSft .rifh ..., 5rs inside leading to tana street home and now. iouii tr j opportunity to uy "", thl- nlace. ' dining room, kitchen, pantry, Kitcnen bargain. Let us show 5 ou this pia j cJo u hal, screened in back Just listed with us todaj. it wo porch andvspacious front porch. Up last long at the price. It stairs has 4 bedrooms, bath room, 3 ON NORTH EL PASO i- e closets, and hall. Back yard all We have a 6 room house are 01 fenced has woodshed. and sidewalk in ing at an equa lly great barga in. x , q cream colored brlck, owner wants to sell this Place th projecting out wide all and is offering itatf ftrrlc$oU. it is around. Only 10 minutes walk to the be a good .tZid Is .modern postoffice. Streets paved to within one on...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

16 Saturday, April 23, 1910. EL PASO HERALD -p . g aw if s There is Not a Section in the United St Such Possibilities. THE REA That is Offering WHY 1 Hundreds i Going In I Eig I ousancls or Dollars liar imffs in fa so ht, ten and twelve story steel and concrete buildings have been erected and are in the course of construction in El Paso. Large forces of men are working day and night on those buildings, and as fast as they are com pleted, they are occupied by people who are anxious to locate in El Paso and take ad van - i tage of the GREAT opportunities offered in the Southwest. ,'-.'. 4 El Paso is doubling in population; every 5 years. Rio Grande Valley Land in Great ichest in the World Land in this valley, the Rio Grande, can be had today for $50 to $100 an acre, all under ditch and signed up for water from the great Elephant Butte Dam. This same land will produce 5 crops each year and just as soon as the water from that great dam commences to flow over it, will advance in price to...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

"RT PASO HERAJUD Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. When the United States Helped M That the United States furnished arms and ammunition to Benito Juarez to help him repel the French Invaders and unseat Maximilian from the Mexi can throne and that the national offi cers at that time took a deep interest in the fortunes of the Mexican republicans and their venerable leader and showed this interest in every possible way. is the positive declaration of W. W. Mills, for 50 years a resident 'of El Paso. That one of his officers at Tucson came near spoiling it all and preventing the arms reaching the Mexican president Is also the declaration of Mr. Mills. He tells the story in the book of his life. Notwithstanding" the danger of becoming- embroiled with the French even at a time when rebellion was being sup pressed in this country, Mr. Mills de clares the United States ...

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. — 23 April 1910

f Accuracy, Efficiency &m m Sat k n B m bbsbsBi 3?e( 18 a m w IS 9 m 3m I L w 3m 'ii 1W3hUfIII1SI II lwB?5fcH IJWw A CORRECT DIAGNOSIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP IX THE TREATMENT OF ANY DISEASE. WITHOUT A PERFECT KNOWLEDGE OF AND A REMOVAL OF THE CAUSE. A CLE IS IMPOSSIBLE. WE HAVE SPARED NEITHER PAINS NOR V, AMTNATION AND ANALYSLS OF EVERY CASE AND WE CHARGE NOTHING TO DEM , ONSTRATE WHAT OUR SPECIAL TREATMENT IS. HOW WE GET RESULTS AND PROVE TO YOU BEYOND ALL REASONABLE DOUBT ITS ACCURACY, EFFICIENCY AND SUPERlbRITY. OUR TREATMENT WILL NOT INJURE THE MOST DELICATE SYSTEM. DOES NOT TEMPORARILY' STIMULATE, BUT PERMANENTLY TONES AND BUILDS UP THE WEAK DISEASED TISSUES. WHY BE SKEPTICAL? WHY NEGLECT THAT MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL YOUR POSSESSIONS YOUR HEALTH? WHY GIVE UP ALL HOPE OF A CURE BECAUSE PERHAPS YOU HAVE TRIED THE WRONG MEANS, ESPECIALLY WHEN THERE ARE REMEDIES WHICH HAVE CURED THOUSANDS AFFLICTED AS YOU A3fcE? WHY SHOULD ANY AFFLICTED MAN OR WOMAN HESITATE TO CONSULT SPECIA...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

L EASO HEBAUD Bl' ."L-UH: ,l,:. Avjj-.fe-' wVjaiAu I-- - : ' - -:: - ; - ''-'-'- , - .; : I ; , r- .- OjpyrlKhted. 1311). by the American-Exalner. Great Britain Rls&ts Keierrea. V ---. . . ; j i ; : f Okx' bw (T time &(CFEn-Roft -ktdlif-v7K?i4-i"V- 'M) f- nig, 0 OV 'f'?yiite VOT BELONGS TOPER SVr :fou BE DER HIND -.7 flc Hr Cr1':JcM. ' .-. rAV-; ' '"ST- Z3 H '"" " 0 If II , - fHElAiw7M 5IZE ") MUCH) (fgft (Hwf J&J&Sb, ''sH . $&- i OINfe-BUSrVOUfi I EXCEPT NOT 50 600D LOOKING &77Ml 2fc 3i7 WmSWi& TQj WiW-'SO' " S3'--''''?:5fMfe f)0D-ROTTED ALSO HE IS3 A LOBSTER Und JjtmL X XHi MBllfllll&i- - V'T PiDWD DOTSunub 4 ."'"f LITTLE HIDE! A "TRAITOR- MAVBE YOU jGE Hw3 L) BSwaSflSFVJT 4iTRwT iy--mh:.-hkT 3-CUND V0U,,J SEEN SUCH A FELLER 5N00P- jfi&hfiZZL W2L WSIm ' fWT. -5ti -ii ol me? j 'ligS AR0UND VIEfft"YSriWW

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

lEMALP 20 Saturday, April 23, 1910. JS timer gus Happy Many Card Pa In City Touring the In JGcial Circles gMM 0& &f IE . K P Kf B oHI Sm j&ff Notice The class of people who buy their footwear froni us and you will not wonder why we have been the leading shoe house in El Paso for 24 years past. The best people of our city always tell you "Pew's Shoes For Satisfaction : 'There are many reasons," but the 'principal one is r We Give You Your Money's Worth THE OTAL SEA By Sennett Stephens. Many El Pasoans Starting On Summer Trips; Visitors Here Mr- and Mrs. Homan C. Myles and Miss Kathleen -were entertained at the Players' club, in Gramercy park, New York city, last week by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poland. Poland is the stage name of Edward O'Brien, who is a brother of Frank O'Brien, now visiting in the city. Mr. O'Brien gave the Myles's a dinner at the Gramercy club before they left for El Paso. e Mrs. Fred Bloomingdale and family, of Big- Springs, Texas, spent last week visiting...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, April 23, 1910. 21 I HE EXPECTS TO REAR IF YOU i WI5H A COMFORTABLE OLD I SPlBtjSi) MONEY IN I I -eEB' BANK K -- 0 Mfeg vA 'ia CjP wtf IE I ' Nk '"' I H Life isn't one unbroken, joyous song. Its vicissitudes come to all E 91 0f us they must come to you. And 'the only way to meet them safely H H is to prepare NOW foi the stretches of hard-sledding ahead. H Life isn't one unbroken, joyous song. Its vicissitudes come to all 0f us they must come to you. And 'the only way to meet them safely is to prepare NOW foi the stretches of hard-sledding ahead. Even if you plant only one dollar at a time, a savings account helps you in many ways. In 1623, a copy of Shakespeare sold, for $5. In 1886 Oliver Wen dell Holmes was offered, this same hook for 4000. But had $5 been put out at compound interest (4 percent) in 1623, it would have amounted in 1886 to $160,000. 4 MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK. Percent interest on savings accounts, in terest compounded every 6 months. Percent...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

atr IS - ' in " ' ' " I Prospects for Coming Season "VThat team will tvin the pennant this year and ihat teams will clash in the i oriel's championship series the coming- fall?" Ever; baseball fan in the country Is to-day considering- the above question more or less now that the season has been practically launched. "With many new faces in the line-ups, many untried men in the ranks, and the possibility of Injury, dissension or a "blow-up" to any club, it is difficult to pick the win ners. Ho-nevcr. about the only thing- that does seem assured is that the front di vision teams in each league will not differ materially from those of last year. "With practically no great changes in the personnel of the leading teams (the managers of which are likely well satisfied, considering past perform ances), the question simply solves it self down to the proposition of whether "these players will improve over their 1909 form. In the American league the rapid de- i elopment last year of Philadelp...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

The Herald s Sporting News BISBEE TEAM IS TIGHTENING UP Players Buckling m Their Belts and Getting Ready for Frav. (By Lee Hamilton.) Bisbee, Ariz.. April 23. Bisbee is now trailing along in the second division, if one has a mind to dope things out In league fashion, on the exhibition series. She closed that scries at home Thurs day afternoon with the fourth straight defeat, but at that the fans arc not dis couraged. The board of directors and those who paj- to see the games have every con- j fidence in "Dalrymple's Darlings, as some delight in calling them, otherwise the .Maroons a-lso the man, who's at the head. The exhibition series is taken as no criterion, as Dalrvmple has be?n trying all sort of experiments with his men, shifts in the lineup being of con stant occurrence in the last four games played. Kerwin has been sent to right field end Beakins brought in from that sta- j ion to play second. He got a-nay fine j In Thursdav's game and was about the onlj' member of the infie...

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. — 23 April 1910

24 The Herald's Sporting News April 23, 1910. J!L PASO HERALD The Herald's Sporting News Saturday CACTUS By KM. Walker ITCHER. pitcher, who is to be the book for the Bisbee-El Paso game: m-J new Ditcher? This time it is " Stanley Page, of "Waco, who Is touted to work for El Paso in the fu ture big games. Stanley stands six feet two with or without stockings and Is a batter In proportion to his size, accord ing to little Dolly Gray, who knows them all. Gray is now with Waco and manager Harbuck is dickering for him. He will not reach here until next week and will make his first appearance with the El Paso club at Cananea next Sat urday and Sunday. That Is if he con nects with the Tea & Pea out of Waco In tlme. Louie Lamar is again in uniform with "El Paso" across the bosom. Lamar is working at second with the locals and will probably be retained permanently in one of the infield positions If he hits n to his old time form. Earthman is on the bench for the present, but will be give...

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. — 23 April 1910

The Herald 's Sporting News JLD April 23, 191 e eras Sporting News 25 Saturday OnAfuf & ?r nr I Take me out to the ball game" Aw, takt yourself! The Busy Bisoees and the Husky Ifarbuck, will mix it at "Washington park today. Where is the ump, -who, like Washington, cannot tell a lie? Speak up, .Arthur. At last Billy Gladden has secured a match 'for his new heavyweight, Al. Benedict. He has been hooked up with Jack (Twin) Sullivan for a go before the Marathon club, of Brooklyn. Although outbatted and outfielded, New York scored 3 to Washington's 1 at the capital city yesterday. Cree was hit on the head and quit the field. Sad! Harry Bay former Cleveland player, is in Nashville's left garden this sea son. A sacrafice of Hartzel's and Oldring's triple scored two runs in the(j?hiladel-phia-Boston game yesterday. The bean boys'got the big hole. Tommy Burns, the Canadian heavy weight, may come iosee the Jefferson Johnson fight. Tom is In Australia. Link was driven from the box by bunc...

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. — 23 April 1910

III ' TZ jK tK ifjft I'll never. Cjveortake AnYthinC For. ThER-GS NOTHjkjC SO XPENSive AS ( NOTHING -ITS loo v fvoBwS And Things Copyrighted. 1910. by the Amcrican.fexaailner. Great Britain Right ReseneO. Ybo CBT FOR. NoThjnC J THINK TOURE TOO SMALL To LEAteNTOJ SKATE VmsMfe 4fJ B&S 2?tTlHEiSs5?2"p"" - - - - m&m&m'X s tk '(iWANTAJ Kil yL Im vhn SOME JOP!e) rirr VAnT A Thimg.That i - . 4SmSfa SETTLES VT.ThEIY J YOU A&E- ONLY A ) &Sl DONT STOP To TH(MK V" JBEC1NNER.,YOU'd glllp (oFTHECONSguEwcegJ BETTER TRY ONE vfc 2 Mm$m?j$ r H A 5PORT NOW b 1 BUSTER. GET) (RtTTETs. GET A N"ET) - 'g ( X51- 7 1 1 w ' "N : 1 You 1id n't Do it) tt K -- IPT "" "pooR-CHf-HEpe?.- , J DONT CRYOLT) MAN) ahandch.6f; (EVERYTHING STARTS j' THATVAY,BEAJ RAWS ITOLD MAN, BE) I- a SPORT. You insisted on sSk. frjUGHmc) (SKATING, NOW DONT KICK MpllflRl) (AT BU5TER.) 1 -y4 11 . JNEBBER) )ATain) (to A a 10 , . ias3 STRIKE OUTEASYf THIS WAY lE:s,oIJFT3 That jince he: wa advised vot td Skate he has no...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 April 1910

Saturday, April' 23, 1910. Suggestive Questions On Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linseott For the Inter national "Newspaper Bible Study Club (Copyright 1910, by Rev. T. S. Linseott, D. D. EL PASO HERiXD IIIMII t !,. I, i, ' ji 9 t Lesson for SBDdar, April 24. Warning and Invitation. Matt. 11: 20 30. , Golden Text Come unto me all ye that labor nnd are heavy laden and I Avill ive you rest. Matt. 11-2&. Verses 20, 21 Have all sinners the power to repent? Why or -why not? TVhai reason can you give for or against the view, that, a sinner will im mediately repent, on the presentation of the gospel, unless he resists his good impulses.' ., ,j ir Why did not Chorazin and Bethsaida repent under the. preaciuue .. when it was backed up -with such mighty works? What is the woe which Jesus pro nounces upon the unrepentant? Do sinners now, or will they in the future, suffer any punishment other than the natural results of sin in them selves? Terse 22 WH1 there be degrees in the Tiimlshsnp...

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. — 23 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD 28 Saturday,- April 23, 1910. ABOUT A great many customers took our advice last year as to the proper time to buy Strawberries for pre serving. TVe have just made arrangements to fur nish you preserving berries this and next week. "We have contracted for twenty-five hundred boxes per week and guarantee to give you extra quality berries at the extreme low price of 10c - Per Box- 10c THE BEST GRANULATED d SUGAR, 18 LBS. FOE p MASON FRUIT JABS Pints, per doz., 65c; Quarts, 85c; Half Gallons, $1 Extra Special We have just received an extra nice lot of Califor nia Muscat Grapes packed in 21-2 pound cans, regular price of which is 20c per can. They make excellent pies and desserts. While they last, only 10c PER CAN HOME MADE CAKES A SPECIALTY iiVi i Ml tj i Kpi fit if jjHI Phone 151. 210-212 AMUSEMENTS base ball J BisbaeEIPaso Saturday and Sunday Washington Park, 3 P SPECIAL SALE 40c Orange and Lemon Turkish Paste 20 Cents a Pound SATURDAY ONLY 5le, CONFECTIONERY COMPANY C-...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 25 April 1910

EI Paso, Texas, Monday Evening April 25, 1910 - - - 12 Pages All the Xews Herald Prints It First He Soldiers During the Day and Rides In an Auto Nights While It's Kresn. SMbaEflMflsl iKM aMMs atiMku ota r" mi n" "" -" - --- aBBssassassssasB us - 1 -- ' - ""' -t v s o, m oar asm a w m t dull! I 23d Infantry Arrives, After Ocean Trip of Over Month From Orient. BRINGS BAND AND GOOD REPUTATION j .Fort Bliss is garrisoned again. The headquarters, band and second battalion of the 23rd infantry, U. S- A., Jn command of Col. Alfred C. Sharpe, arrived at the union station Sunday afternoon at 6:35 oclock, on a Santa Fe special train of 12 cars from San Francisco. The special was transferred to the South-western tracks and taken to Fort Bliss. Last night -was the first night the 23rd has slept "at home"" since leaving Camp Overton. Island of Min danao, Philippine Islands, a month and a day ago from Sunday. The officers with the headquarters and second battalion are Col. A- C. Sharpe, captains ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 25 April 1910

Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery The busiest store in El Paso, because we sell the best goods for less money than any store in El Paso, three good reasons why we can: No Credit, means no losses; no bookkeepers and no solicitors. v- Big shipment California Strawberries for Saturday per box - 3-0 Fine new potatoes, per lb 5c Fine fresh tomatoes, per lb !10c Fine fresh tomatoes, per basket 40c Green peas, (the very best) per lb 10c "Wax or green beans, young and tender. 2 lbs for . .25c Fine cucumbers, 2 for 15e Summer squash, per lb m 1UC Extra fme large pie plants lbs. for ... 25c Spinach, per lb 5c Radishes and green onions, 3 bunches for 10c Mustard greens, 2 bunches for 5c Green chili, per lb 15c Large turnips and beets, each per bunch 10c Asparagus, 2 bunches for ... 15c Colorado Potatoes, 15 lbs. for 25c Fine dry onions 6 lbs for 25c 3 dozen good sweet navel oranges for ". 50c Lemons, very best, per dozen '. 20c 6 good California grape fruit for ... 25c 4 lbs good apples for 25c 10 lb....

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 25 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD f Forfunmt-a BO l&H iB i SIM? J ?'$ SstsbHsned 1834 OLOST AID STROrQSST SN DOHA tNA COUfJTY Cruces lw Ittextco First National Bank LAS CRUCES, N. SL TKAJfSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BITSmESS AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE OSCAR C- SNOW, Prea. CAPT. S. J. W00DFULL, V. Pres. ana Cash. ROBERT DROSS, AssL Cashier. WILL-CELEBRATE LODGE EOITHDINa Odd Fellows Entertain the Grand Sire, TTho TeUs of j Sanatorium Work. ! The anniversary of tie founding of Odd Fellowship will be observed by the El Paso lodge of Odd Fellows, Tuesday evening in their hall on El Paso street, Saturday evening the subordinate lodges gave a reception for W. L. Kuy- Every family and. especlallj- those -who reside In the oonntry should be provided at all times trlth a bottle of Chamber lain's Liniment. There is no telling- -when it maj- be "wanted in case of an accident or emergency It is most excellent in all cases of rheumatism, sprains and j bruises. Sold by all drnggists. sin Out Sale o Genuine Closing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 25 April 1910

L PASO HERALD News Of the Great Southwest 4 News Of the Great Southwest Ajo mwesaai dates from tlie first dollar saved. Every person who earns money should save a part of it. The one who lias saved in, the past is prosperous today, and he who begins a sav ings account today will be prosperous in the future. -We pav interest on savings accounts and wish to number you among our satisfied customers. Our savings department is open-Saturday evenings until 8 o'clock for the accommoda tion of our customers. ' We wish, to serve the public. Have you tried us? The El Paso Be Trust Co. METCALF PREPARING FOR CELEBRATIONS Four Observances for Cineo de Mayo Due to Rivalry. 2sTews Notes. Metcalf, Ariz., April 25. Considerable J Ysleta, Texas." April 25. Harry "Wahl rivalry Is developing between the em- is suffering: -with a broken "wrist. The ployes of the Shancnon and the Arizona j accident occurred -while playing- -with Copper companies here over the coming 1 soma companions during -which he fel...

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