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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

Seal Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages IS 14 and 15. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. HERAIJ) EL J.ii.Oli : Mills's Skyscraper to Be the Largest Reinforced Con- crete Building in Country. WILL HAVE MANY GRACEFUL CURVES Twelve stories high -with 285 offices; eight store rooms; a marble lobby with a battery of three electric elevators pouring their load of human freight Into it and with a restaurant and rathskeller in the basement the new Anson Mills building which is to have the place of honor on the twin plazas will be the largest and most complete office building in the Uniled States constructed entirely of reinforced con- crete. The plans specifications and eleva- tion in water colors of the new build- ing have been completed by Trost & Trost the achitects who have the planning of the big building In charge ana the contractors are now figuring on the specifications. The contract for the skyscraper will be let du...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

10 ' Saturday April 30 1910. JLjJLi Low Cuts oi the Better Sort At $3.00 and $3.50 It's oar business to supply you with footwear of the better sort at $3.00 and $3.50. We show special values at these prices. If you want the best of values come to us. This fine street Oxford all patent colfc 2-hole tie; welt sole at The same styleRegal make a-t . ASK FOR CATALOG.. $3.00 $3.50 A pretty 3-button pat- ent colt Oxford light turn s?le Oft at pJeUU A pretty button welt Oxford plain toe and 5 $3.50 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. L erner U s G 3f 3 I S 9 B w m C W7 Felix Martinez Issues State- ment Relative to Efforts Being Made. the Water Users' association at Las j HEARST MAKES Cruces ' """" " Senators Help. BEPLY TO GAYNQB Tlie committee of senators that vis- ited us has also been indefatigable in J Declares There Was 20 At lts eliorts to pass the -bond issue that nrill facrliate the micniey necessary to prosecute the work without seeking i any other recourse until finished and ; have done ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

SL PASO HERALD Saturday April 30 I91G. 11 f WEEK Note Thi at A room full of Furniture price of a Library Table 4-PIECE MISSION LIBRARY SETS will be on Sale Monday Morning Guaranteed Exactly Like Cut Solid Oak Seats Upholstered In Fabrieord Leather i JhTTT I t 'nil the a I I 1 LE Sets consist of Library Table Arm Rocker Arm Chair and Foot Stool. The Greatest Bargain opportunity of the season XVe will only IK tcrcay -. . - -4 c -1 1 H sell a limited number so cent delay ce en ttre kg. Just think of it ! A room completely fur- i : fC nished for living room or parlor for P A Uvrvr Specia1s In Our Carpet De- partment Coming Week inch post genuine brass bed made by the ? oldest brass bed factory in the U. S. one that we GUARANTEE to be as represented. oSfa!.n?-e.k $24.50" 45-lb Guaranteed Felt Mattress Imperial Roll and 1 f f( Fancy Ticks pJJVJ TOY REFRIGERATORS to the Children MONDAY MAY 2nd. - . i .; - - Smyrna "Wool Fiber and Columbia Brussels Rugs that sell" regularly from $13.50 to 1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

EL' PASO' HERALD 12 Saturday April 30 1910. UP er Paid Cent nteres on oavmgfs Accounts COMPOUNDED TWICE YEARLY We Wish to Call Your Attention to Our Home Safe Deposit Plan THE PUN Start an account. A pass book is issued showing the deposit properly entered to your credit. THE HOME AVDTG-S SAFE is loaned to you Take the Safe home with you and place in it your surplus money or small change. At yqur convenience bring the little safe to the bank where the con- tents will be removed and placed to your credit and draw interest. Do you realize that for the LACK of a little READY CASH OR CREDIT at the bank the opportunity of Your life may pass yon by? 2TOW if ever is the time for you to commence to save up for your opportunity. One year from to- day the investment of a hundred or two dollars may put you into business that will net you thous- ands who knows? Start That Sayings Account Now Get one of our little banks and make np your mind that you will have at least ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS to inv...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

Saturday April 30 1910 13 n TOO XATE TO .CLASSIFY. 3IONEY TO LOAX Broaddus & Ieavell EL PASO HEBALD WLWBtkWmM QHHI MBMHB i "Heartease'nrf 99 "Footease are synonymous terms when applied to our comfortable and stylish summer footwear. We are now receiving daily-our secorid sup- ply of Low Shoes in all the leathers and made in all the new shapes. Drop in and see them. It is just as easy to have our ex- clusive designs in footwear as it is to have the same old thing as ' : Tom Dick & Harry" can huy in any old kind of a store. Costs no more you feel better and you look bet- ter. Try it and see for yourself. If you are among the few who don't know it buy once from us then you will say Pew's Shoes mm(m For SATISFACTION rON mm sifia frn fjciffr a j -.-' -r AMtferwA w One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25 c. WHERE VALUES ARE INCREASING VERY FAST. This beautiful 2 story red pressed brick S rooms fine sleeping porches modern and ptodate built on 2 south front lots completely and handsom...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD U Saturday April 30 1910. FOR SALE HOUSES. ' FOR SALE 5 room house E. Oliva St.. very easy terms. P. O. box 305. FOR. SALE A 4 room cottage south part of city easy terms. P. O. box 305. fv reat! DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU That the very thing you desire most might be what the other party is glad to get rid of ? The "Wanted to Buy" column is watched care- fully by those having things to sell. THREE SOUTH FRONT LOTS 3 room . -Liitmt- iuia ui ucts jii yu.ru wen lenceu. chicken house ind 2 dozen chickens. on terms. Corner Copla and Madera Sts.. East El Paso. j FOR SALE 3 room house E. Olive j St.. very easy terms. P. O. box 305. FOR SALE KAL ESTATE. Jjftg.1 - -T I kftH!'SOHJOLJR.lOL3 3C00TiH0VVSom'T TfcL0 GEE-'THATDYAnrrE ruOTBE w """"v- ftDourjVYis- a mce Little T7 to me nfrt " ( VfET IT UOrT go OFF. X'LL D ) f?T i BOTTLE. OF PZjZA TO TAKE i ( SORE-ES VlRgTTOK THIS 5UR C """ ' Jgf TQ TH CHIL3 REK JlxA jCn JEAl YKArtJTE WET.EK? WELL "PrXZSZA? " VoU SEE WE SU5T T&S5 Ov X ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

Saturday April 30 1910. 15 FOR SALB-REAL ESTATE. FOtt SALE. Er-tire block of 20 lots m Cliff St between Ange and Octavia Sts. Price 55000? This !s one the best teg offered in the Alexander addition toda. 5 room uptoaaie "CM" -"".7-T tage in 100 feet S500 cas We have an 8 room 2 .story modern brick dwelling. '- U" J 37x120 feet of ground. Price $6300 Terms 1-3 cash balance 1 and 2 ears at2SSf corner of Octavia and Ne- i iou. ""rx .no 1.3 .oh. -c-oda Sts Price uu. J-Cl"" - - lri pfd 2 years at S percent. ". : FOR- RENT. Sll S. Overland St.. 3 room 2 story brick. $35. OTH ; 120S E- Uverisiiiu- - bath. 519. Sunset neignis """". " " I -" lu.ii ua ib. "V"ViI r0"i- tn of ground. JFrice .io. c"" lire nouse witn stairs uu:u - o -- h. balance 1. 2. 3 ana y Kitchen. First noor nas a "J.Ytchen I ' we have sno.ouu io ;m" 7 -".fcSrSSS.""- - .-. -A - -r rf-k'V T7TT. WE WRITE FIRE BSUttlAbb. - -Pinxa. Paone 4a4. -. -!-:.. PtH7.iL. xx u -- ----nk Building. City .txtt-v TTfcRfiATXS. 75 MreTot fine'la...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

L PASO HERAL Saturday April 30 1910. An atheist couldn't retain his theory 15 minutes in the Rio Grande Valley; he'd have to acknowledge a Supreme Being; as the source of ail the good there. ihi li.i T rTT r -1- J --" -- i juuL.a.nuiFHiiuw .inim . nmniiain i ui i mrimmmuEi.-ji-urr i niiwnmomnmMiiiiiiiiiMHJMl ""I'CB" "" '"" .. i.! jgJgrmaJwammB-'t . ..- - ... i iiiiiirgTrTiriTaMPn-- S95IB - ' " " a I 1 1 I I if One cannot visit El ?aso and the Rio Grande Valley without becoming enthusiastic for nothing seems lacking for the making of a permanent home. In the selection of a home climate is the genesis of all human yearning and here the bracing air from the surrounding mountains tempers the atmosphere both summer and winter so that the summer is never hot nor the winter cold. The difference in mean monthly temperature f o r the entire year is only about twenty-six degrees. cr n l Possibilities in The iio Orande Valley There is no place where a man with just a. little capital can get a ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

PASO HERALD 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. JlrfJL i R I Tonight a Monday f -rry.n pgnym ONLY I Will Put On Sale About 450 Suits Not Odds and Ends or Job Lots This Season's HosMip-fo-Dafe Clothing The kind of goods I sell the kind everybody in Ei Paso talks about not the kind "just as good" as BERG'S SUITS. Just Think ! 450 Suits to Select From Gheaper than you Gan get them anywhere else. I have put them In four ioiss Lot A SI2.5Q Lot G S(8. re Extra Specials Tonight and Monday Only 20 doz Canton Straw Hats $i.255 Worth $2.30 SOL I 206 San Antonio St. E! Paso Texas The Book Of Gopher A MODERN ALLEGORY j By Mrs. T. G. Winter president Minneapolis Woman's Club. Behold there arose a mighty king in the land of Gopher and the report of his great riches went out through the whole earth. And the king sat on his throne with his men of business on his right hand and his bank...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

I g tes nummJn jfu (bank i I . -Ji'2F' I I -Successful Business Hflen 1 Appreciate the value of banking service such as this bank renders. There's no business so .small or so large that it cannot be ma- terially helped by good banking connections. We are daily meeting the banking requirements of a host of El Paso's leading business men. Why not let us serve YOU in a similar capacity? Percent interest on savings accounts in- terest compounded every 6 months. Percent interest on time deposits. 4 SAFETY DEPOSIT EL PASO NEW YORKER WANTS TO BE A COWBOY "Reads The Herald Plateau Merchants Make Im- provements News -Notes. Plateau. Tex. April 30. Harry Akard has received a letter from an ISyearold youth in New York city who has read of the Diamond C ranch in The Herald and who yearns so much for the carefree life of a cow boy that he states if Mr. Akard will give him a position he will work without re- DANDERS NE Predzce thick 2uxsrixnt lislr vrhea all tber remedies fail. We ffnaraate Daade...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

EL RAIT) Saturday April 30 1910 m Talking About RealCIotlies Clothes that are as certain to wear as if you were an experienced weaver and manufacturer and had yourself superintended the nulling of the fabrics and the making Clothes that cannot but impress young men Do you know where to locate them? We'll tell you But first do you know that every yard of cloth used in the product of Globe Tailoring Co. is machine and hand tested that sturdiness vies with pattern and steadfast colors? Do you know that you cannot purchase gar- ments as strong and as go.od and as smartly styled as these from any other manufacturer at prices the same as ours? Don't you want to see the sort of men's suits that we sell at from $18.00 to $50.00. SCOTT & THORNTON 215 San Antonio Street. Aiiurn! nun limn iilnuUnLLllfi nillJ KELLY Tennis and Ball Teams Or- ganized Automobiles Purchased Notes. Magdalena N. M. April 30. Build- contractors here and in Kelly say that J x. they have several wcs- work ..aad. The...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

EL PASO 20 Saturday April 30 1910. ariies In Qity During the 2ee My ALLIES (By John Kendrick Bans.) iiiiiMi .i- . i i . " ' im EYES TESTED 1 - r mwtm IP xL Footwear Faltli Hope nnd Joe let these my HIe be All filtered wlih the woof Chnritj. t These nt u: Kfdc. I'll vri n my wnj through all- It matters not vrliat trial v maj befall. Iet foes come on -we'll pn t the host to rout Anil face with courage Fear. Despnir and Doubt! I "We have all the "frills" in cool smmner pumps ankle and two strap ties.low cuts in one or two eyelets from canvas to the soft viei kid leathers. To he shod in Guarantee footgear is to expedience a foot comfort which is indeed very pleasant these hot summer days. Try a pair and see how different they feel from 4 'the other land." White Canvas Ankle Ties and PumpV Kid Oxfords and Ankle Ties with or are popularly priced at $1.50 $1.75 $2 without -tin. li?ht turn or rvWcm 0 A Q'On - . . --'. . . . "uu t-vv v-w z yai qh pq 9 nn 9 n &q nn and .... and Patent oxf...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday April 30 1910. &' Ladies Ready-to Wear Etc. Silk & Foulard Dresses Yfc have about 50 of thee dresses for Monday shoppers at very low prices. Each dress is made in most exclusive style trimmed with lace with new tunic effects special Monday. $22.50 dresses for $27.5iL dresses for Lac 1 lot of Laces and Band Trimmings worb3i 35c and 40e yard special Monday a vard $14.95 Laundry Dresses Hundreds of pretty laundry dresses all coilois and new styles. Just the thing for street or housevear. special Monday. Laundry dresses worth d0 QO $6.00 nt P" O Laundry dresses worth $9.50 at I SPECIAL 1 M Seco and Suisse H fl c Seco and Suisse Silk value 50c a yard Monday 25c Yd. Corset Cover ly Many neat and pretty patterns 50c value; Monday a T 2 yard . &OC Monday! Mon WISE SHOPPERS ARE ALWAYS OUT ON MONDAY We Offer Many Splendid Opportunities on Monday "ay- Silks and Wash ry it Made of shepherds plaid panama and fancy material p?rfect in fit and fig- ure each one ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

PASO HERALD 22 Saturday April 30 1910. THE EL PASO HERALD FARMI 1 Instruments PAGE Surgical and Benta Another Necessity Eor Cooperation in Farming By H. H. Scnutz Assistant Professor of Agronomy New Mexico A. & M. College. IN THE last several years alfalfa growing assumed such proportions In the Mesilla Valley that the mar- ket price became most unsteady. Most of the growers sold their hay as soon after cutting as possible often glutting the market so that prices were forced down to almost a ruinous figure. Now however the farmers have organized hay-sheds have been built to store the surplus hay and the marketing has been svstematized. This year marks the I second of the existence of the Produce Exchange and it Is most interesting to note whether the farmers will con- tinue to give it their support thereby insuring its growing In usefulness or whether they will allow it to so the way of most attempts at cooperation. . Necessity Forces Cooperation. Necessity alone will induce coo...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

Saturday. Aril 30. 1910. 23 of the Call Up Your Qro tid iei &. IL PASO HEBAL r I iiwiiiiimiiiiiii im iiiwii iBM m Mii I j iy Mfci iy i jm ji Miill ' " i"" J fT'll '' ''Tf"j"5SMSgiBLJlli?liW BBBPMKPBBBJlBMBKBflBE H WBEMm 1P j3EI 5 1 Third One I DO IT NOW AGRICULTURAL NOTES; POINTERS FOR FARMERS ByEH. Schutz Assistant Professor of Agronomy New .Mexico A. & M. College. Onions that were planted in Febru- ary should now be ready to thin. One onion uliould be left every four inches. By cultivating at this time instead of irrigating will keep plants in a healthy erowinsr condition. It is now time to thin beets carrots. J lettuce and so on. Tomatoes that were started in the cold frame may now "be safely trans- planted into the fiejd; sweet potatoes Comparatively few adult insects live through the winter and if these art killed as they appear in the garden much damage and bother later on may be avoided. v Musk and watermelons are usually planted at this tfme. except those meant for t...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

KL PASO HEKALD 24 Saturday April 30 1910. The sin A few of the many ways in which Kaisins can be prepared and served as a part of the daily menu. A delicious nourishing food. Cheaper and more healthful than meats or any of the prepared foods. QUE ASSORTMENT Blue Kibbon Seeded Raisins 1 lb. package 121-2c Layer Stem Raisins fancy per lb- 20c layer Stem Raisins extra fancy per lb 25c Extra Fine Cluster Raisins in 1-2 lb. boxes 121-2c Extra Fine Cluster Raisins in 1 lb. boxes 25c Imported Sultana Raisins 1 lb. package - 25r California Sultana Raisins loose 3 lbs. for ". 25c EXTRA FINE RAISIN BREAD Baked expressly for us loaf ... EAISINS WITH xTUTS Scientific analysis shows that raisins eaten ivioli nuts constitute a perfect health food supplying every element that is required for nour- ishing the system enriching the blood and invigorating the digestive organs. HOME MADE RAISIN BREAD One pint water 1 pint sweet milk 2 ounces suger 1 ounce salt 2 ounces lard. 11-2 ounces yeast. 2 lbs. s...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

EL PASO 11 i Copyrighted. 1910. by the Amcrto a-Kr an iner. Great Brttala Rights RsrrL x '' ' - i i 2. l. Jgu . I ' ' -- JIII I I I (v.-1 1 5-111 I I I vJle-lH : I j$' - J -1 I J " 1 -- C.1 Hi I -O Till y S V I I I (' OH MR ABERCROMBIE.1 LOOK I

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

L PASO HERALD 26 Saturday April 30 1910. 3IIXIXG AM) OIL KEWS. MIXI3.G AXD OIL NEWS. CUTIS ST . Free wJFy!5 N T By a r. Troxel OUB TBEATMEKT FOR MEN IS A MEDICAL TRIUMPH. IT PROVES THE SUPERIORITY OF OUR SPECIAL SCIENTIFIC METHODS OVER THE ORDINARY PRACTICE FOR THE CURE OF DISEASES OF MEN AND WOMEN. For those men and "women -who are suffering from Chronic Nervous of Special Pelvic Diseases or -weakness it is much better to secure theservices of Specialists of wide experi- ence in these conditions. We have given the best years of our life to the study and treat- ment of the above class of troubles. We have been successful in curing hundreds -who had given up in despair. We cure because our methods are as accurate as mathematics. We do .not need- to experiment we passed through the experimental stage years ago and we know that our treatment will -ALWAYS CURE any ailment peculiar to men we also know why it cures still we are learning something from each case we treat more especially ho...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

Saturday April 30 191C. 2f NORTH viAVMflON PHASES LAST CfrR. May NEY MOON May &-. 3&MS"n We use the same leaf we use the same EL PASO HERALD VENiNGSKYMAPFQR MAY W.J !-- flf RJLLM00NMay24 J.A5IJTRvyYdl. Coluwbi Vnivy T" V'o .v-. iv fe? -"' """"SS e3nlW 3i V3$ V -? ; l r ? ff --ln SH . iV- . V V I is'"-' lo -mi " mL. a V3 y JS3f r4? . - .v . " s. . m X jF ?t C5 T "t7. -& gr ' FACF .smiTH Awn P. HOLD THE MAP OVER YUUKHtAD-UKTOP N0RTHAND YOU WILL SEE THE STARS AND PLANETS JUST AS THEY APPEAR WTHEHEAVEN5 HIV cr"clal days in the history oti April 2S..2h DATES AMD "POSITION HP HALLEY'S COMET ARE GIVEN ON THE MAP FOR MAY IN WESTERN EVENING SKY SOUTH May 2 2h 3kiy( 6 2h May S 2h May 30... 2h May 12... 2h May 14... 2h May 15 ...lh May 16... lh (The right 0m 5m 10m 15m 20m 10m 00m 50m 30m 4:59 a. m. 4:54ia. m. 4:49 a. m. 4:47 a. m. 4:44 a. m. 4:42 a.m. 4:40 a. m. 4:39 a.m. 4:3S a.m. TlXalley's comet are now at hand hd each day during the first half of Pay wiU brinS lt closeT and cl...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 30 April 1910

V . e Herald s bporbng L PASO HERALD The Herald's SbofSibj Saturdav April 30 1910. ews BENJAMIN'S BACK AT THE SAME OLD GAME This Bank is a Guaranty Fund euji pjav ball yoo W COT TO 65T OVEfe. A STIFFS IVS COME FltE f!) I YH!5 CCA2.V BALL FeVctc MiLes to see this tavs (M 670lG TO THE HL- Bam AMD ujR.tT SCt M0R.S Poetfiy under the General Banking rrgamzea. Laws of the State of Texas and Never in the Hstory of Base- . ball Have So Many Been Made. : is doing business under the 7 mm vmwit m IVIAiii bOHiioLd Hi wi ? t(j) fS f i -'"-w-va. jl ( j&op ra IK " N' .1 - '' l- CS2f7i-' - . I - -rsr-. s5; n : - - - - S STSv J lo r -"c xa Give (N I mhatw arf V-- ny r -? -.ct ? Prescribed esr o depositors We offer absolute rates or interest on Savings Accounts and Time Deposits. To borrowers We offer the money needed on personal and real estate security. To all We offer courteous treatment and a hearty welcome. COME AND SEE US ! KE TRAINING- EABBFQB FIGHT flies Is Getting Better 'and Mav Soon Be...

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