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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 May 1910

13 A AJLD Friday May 6 1910. JL-AJL.A V FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOK SAIiE. Entire block of 20 lota on Cliff SU between Ange and Octavia Sts. Price t$5000. This is one of the best bargains (offered in the Alexander addition today. 5 room uptodate pressed brick cot- tage in Sunset Heights addition 37x 100 feet of ground. Price $3500; terms $500 cash balance 1. 2 3 and 4 years at 8 percent. We have an S room 2 story modern brick dwelling. No. 1010 Arizona St.; S7V.X120 feet of ground. Price ?6S00. Terms 1-3 cash balance 1 and 2 years at 8 percent. . . C lots on corner of Octavia and Ne- vada Sts. Price $3000. Terms 1-3 cash balance 1 and 2 years at 8 percent. FOR RENT. 811 E. Overland St.. 8 room 2 story bri30S E." Overland St. 4 rooms and bath. ?19. WE HAVE $30000 TO LOASOS EI. PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY. BEHR & WATTS WE WRITE FIRE IXSURAACE. 114 Pioneer Plaza. .i?'1ne 4a4- City at. oank Bunamt. LOWER VAMJ3 3ARGAIS. 75 acres oi fine land on the new ma- cadam road. 10 miles below El P...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 May 1910

!L PASO HERALD 14 Friday May 6 1910. rran ur ow or ma BnaHHBBHBHKBSai Yo Tr Cct jTlL The Land Where the Cool Breezes Blow Take a Rest From This High. Dry Climate It Will Do You a World of Good ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. YOU CAN WEAR E3J0CK-A-B0UT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT FISH HUNT SAIL OR CAMP PLAY TENNIS GOLF BOWL DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA- TURE MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RESORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OFFICE. 6100 FT. HIGH V 1 j rllMki ictetiirl I tMklitBSfeskftSt IwriilWR T T fTT in nt f' STANDS Handsome YE ALPINE TAVJRN V Most Charming; Moun- tain Resort in the World. Sumner Rates. An Ideal Resort to Spend Your Vacation. Or a Trip To LOXG BEACH. The Beach Paradise. HUNTINGTON BEACH NEWPORT BEACH BAY CITY BALBOA Or at any of the Gi;eat Summer Resorts on the Great Pacific Electric System. For Booklets and in- formation "write D. A. MUNGER G. P- A. Pacifi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 May 1910

V EL PASO HERALD Friday May 6 1910. 15 SPLENDID PROGRESS ON THE PANAMA CANAL . i -i 1 1 T - 'FDHO MltfUH. LOCK SITE LOOKING- NDBTH FBQMT WEST BANK. I'r--feES SOUTH END5 OF THE SATUK SP;LL55 -?' J CONCICHTB Ihrc&NTR&OFPH-OlOeAPH- 15 CEMTiE ALL WMftSsi niiFiBr-r- nimnnrn Turnips.... ... .j. per lb. aeiliiS HMDiLT 0 DD I Lii Watercress. :. :..::.. .7 l-2cperPbunch llilS iuS i K ft r 3 t 1 1 r r I I r 1 1 iiiiisliii 111 nil IS I lEHM II! Si Almonds.. .. .. 9n nw m. fMEa&mMgsskgs h at e a c be mm m am bbh m - --. "- -. MMMr.4iaw&Mcww:MK&oI"i-'-..v'T: -r- xr'r ::i . w ia3J -dvi.w' jcir';-. TViiirvv z jt jijjyw -.&l.cy:vA i.--.. I I I II HI I I 0 f III English Walnuts.. 20c per lb. f I I M 1 1 TrTSinT W 77- -'JT- TamrTftnT I 'il iilHlllll. 1 lifilHlll 1 111 f I Ci 0 I L I! Bsss- Sunflower 30c per doz. I WgEJ!Bgg5&iigaS I J II f" I"? IT 11101 SB Egrsrs. ranch...... 35c per doz. I ffigggSrasg&gjpgff I iLULifiULLU Cheese. - 1 KSMliH I I Prices Are Generally Low...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 6 May 1910

EL PASO HERAH 16 Friday May 6 1910. Those dainty young Vlressed chickens will be in on Saturday from the 3?ularosa Sanitary Poultry farm. Only 60c each. Place your order now as they will not last long. Fresh gathered Tularosa Eggs every day dozen . . . . Floe Olive Oil IS THE BEST FOE HEALTH BUILDING. But merely pure Olive Oil doesn't insure "fine quality" any more than pure butter means good fresh butter. There are three or four pressings of Olive Oil from the same Olives and all are' pure because made entirely from Olives but only the first pressing has the full strength and fruity flavor of perfect Olive Oil. "We know about these differ- ent pressings. That's why we make a specialty of ANTONINL OLIVE OIL 35c 65c and $1.00 Bottles Out Delicatessen Counter will contain many good things for Saturday. Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 1151. 9 YEARS BEXT JON fAt 812 North Stanton is a roof that we painted nine years ago. The owner states that he will not repaint it at present as it is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

ALD EI Paso Texas Saturday Evening May 7 1910 --- 28 Pages All the News Herald Prints It First While It's Fresh i Prince of Wales Takes the Throne as King Greorge V Succeeding Father. HIGH A2TOL0W MOTJEN DEEPLY "Sing Was Popular With All ' Classes -and Was a Strong Friend of America. J LndOB' May 7 Kins Georso V. rras proclaimea thin afternoon- The proc- lamation rva approved by the privy council at 4 oclocU. The conncil met In the throne room at St. James palace under the presidency of the Earl of Crewe. Th nevr klnsr tvho had driven over from Marlborough house waited in the room adjotalng the council chamber while the lengthy formalities lead- ing Hp to the actual proclamation ivere proceeding. Tan in his forty-fifth year the second son horn to Kins Edward VII. and Queea Alexandra becomes the ruler of the "United Kingdom of Great Britain - x lIIO .ormg. aominioij beyond the seas defender xaitn au; emperor of India.' Popular interest in the new mler is Ht the death ef Edward VII. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

Official Statement of the Financial Are You An Unlocked For Purchase of f OuriNew 'York buyer recently secured at a Paso's ;S 3 iM toWear ff W Store IM&- fiS? sVsl liff V&a ar PraSs 4l4i5& 1 Interesting 3 IBiSSSff lur f iTIiPli.fif. 1 1 TffifcLA i?fVflSll S X'KiH150BBlM2HMB3MtaflMMIMMiKiaBKiflnSBaKf TEACH RULES OP COURTING. Japaxese Secondary Schools 2S"ow Teacli Regular Course. The Japanese quick to imitate and equally quick to originate have added "courtship" as a special course in the j girls" secondary schools of the empire j From the limited information vre have i secured concerning the character of the J new study it might be regarded as a i series of "Donf's." The Japanese girls axe told that no well bred maiden will i give her photographs to her admirers i If the admirers offer theirs she will ' refuse them. Should a maiden have the misfortune to fall in love before . she is engaged she must cairecully con- ' ceal the humiliating fact and keep in mind that a prop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

"3 EE PASO HERAXD (EXPAN . . -1M.MaMMaBiMMi SIGN SALE y B Hm33EZDNE3& I LASWfL rrr i"yifcS4 r Special Pricing in the Shoe Department Monday and Tuesday MEWS SHOES Choice of all men's shoes of the Elorsheioi make good styles in all leathers regularly sold tor $5.00 $5.50 and $6.00 WOMEN'S SHOES Black and tan oxford ties and pumps good qualities good styles worth regularly $2.00 1 A Q and $2.50 X CHILDREN'S SHOES Neat style oxford ties and pumps in tan and black sizes 8M to 11 worth regularly 98c q.so chill ?x.jj BJiBHBiB HmHBAI lAflK I B IiPs HS3EA6 ''"'jj M Profitable Returns O While it as 'well to consider the .profit accruing from an Oi fV .investment yet it is -wiser to first consider the source of Tv 5fy A Certificate of Deposit issued by the American National f y Bank affords you Security for your funds as well as a fair JN Mjt return in interest. ) 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Certificates of Deposit jj Capital and Surplus $240000.00 U E NOW BEING INCREASED TO $360000. J&am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD fffmai TO All FAQTFRN PHINTQ FFFFfTFVF IT INF 1f ! eiS : """ i l ""IT N teEast Summer Rates FROM EL PASO Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept 30th. Return Limit October 31st. Chicago - - St. Louis - - Kansas City - Minneapolis & St. Paul Cincinnati - Denver JL Or 8 W $40.65 OOsOD $84.05 OW that the Vacation Season is at hand you are probably planning pleasures in eastern cities and summer resorts. Whether you are going back home to spend the summer or intend to combine business and pleasure don't overlook the most important feature of your tripthe route you are to travel. PLAN YOUR TRIP . . . Via t . in Connection with Island System And Save 14 Hours to Chicago; 14 Hours to Kansas City; 7 Hours to St. Louis Travelers coming from the Southwest .make close connection at El Paso. Bear in mind that the E. P. & S. W. offers the finest train service known to modern times. Three Daily Trains East We will gladly assist yon in planning your summer trip Mormng---Nooi--Nigli...

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

PASO HEUALD - h JxAj&lA DEATH CLAIMS S. t. McLSEOY "Well Known Young Man Dies After Ulness of Three Weeks. Richard R. McLeroy for five years a resident of this city died at 10 oclock Friday night in Providence hospital. j I 1 SHOES LERNER SELLS Yes and lots of them especially Shoes. Why? liecause our J5oys wear better -than anybody else's and your foot correctly. ASK FOR Lerner's Elk Wonder for and Little Boys V4.DU ana o.vv g Our Base Ball Elk Shoe acknowledged by tt 11 all the best in town $2. 00 and $2. frnpr Shop & AM.M AJk'W' 91S TO Pasn St THE WEATHER. Forecast. For El Paso and "Vicinity Fair to night and Sunday. For New Mexico Fair tonight and Sunday. For "West Texas Tonight fair cooler in southeast portion; Sunday fair. River at El Paso Height of surface this morning ahoye fixed zero mark 15.6 feet. GOOD ROADS C030IITTEE APPOINTED AT DEMIXG Ckamber of Commerce Tabes Action; 'Will Also Establish Exhibit Rooms; BuylHS Herses for Ranches. Deming N. 3L May 7. The board o...

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

I 5 EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE T mrV T7 .3 Established April. 1SS1. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3VER. -VEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Kates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Vote For Municipal Ownership NCLE WALT'S Denatured Poem THE water question is now before the people of this city for final settlement. The issue is clearly defined. The opportunity now open to us must not be suffered to pass and the duty of the progressive citizen is clear. Mayor Robinson in "his statement to the council as published yesterday set forth the situation exactly as it is. The alternative that presents itself is a choice htween (1) purchas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

HERALD ' -7 The Shirt jj Gentleman9 MSy 1L'0ST men J jf have learned not to expect much from common sliirt stocks. Gotham is the uncommon kind f i n e r fabrics prettier p a 1 1 erns better styling with all the custom touches of fine tail- oring. The choice includes Field Shirts. Banging from fine madras to richest silk and linen. Prices are $1.00 to $4.00. WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR GOTHAM SHIRTS IN EL PASO. STRAY HATS. SUMMER UNDERWEAR. ATTERfc io7Sai&lAntonio St. r 1 The Girl From the pifpfP i.A&t 1 By ARTHUR DENSMORE Copyright 1909. by American Press As- sociation SjARRIXGTON was completing his first year of practice when Theodore Tuppenheim arrived In Knuckieville. Mr. Tuppen heim was selling stock in the Charita- ble Gold Mining company at 5 cents per share price to advance to 10 cents at the end of thlrty"days. Incidentally he found time to foster in Barrington's bosom the spirit of discontent which ten months' fruitless waiting for clients had engendered. If he ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

3 . EL PASO HERALD m mmw n hi i mi i irmiwini.tijujKjiimiMj jl-ui-uui-iii iiiiMiiirimrT m n m m ' HGTTE. SPECIAL HOTJB SPECIAL Monday morning in the Dra- sec- tion from 8 to 9 we -will sell best grade Burlap in red green and other shades per yard (10 yard limits... I IC From 8 to 9 Monday morning in the Notion section -we will sell Coat's Darning Cotton in black white and all colors per ball " rrent ravsi J.Cnliili-DtyGoiCtt.q j-lifl' .QmkAmrUzz&QsdB CAbssa It VO' f I nAFfA .. ' ' r m s-hssi I 1 I " SECOND WEEK OF 29th ANNIVERSARY SALE 77 7X4S B4NKERS' CONVENTION The coming week promises to be one of unusual interest from several standpoints. The meeting of the Texas Bankers' Convention is one of more than ordinary interest and El Paso people will be on the qui vive to main- tain the El Paso reputation for hospitality. The second week of Calisher's 29th Anniversary Sale will be of universal interest as many special features have been added in addition to those anounced at the be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14nd 15. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads en Pages 13 14 and 15. fc & i RUSHING- OPENING .ELEVATORS FIND A READY SALE J TTT f--------fM : i pitv nil nnn liii I i nnn i till !iiii ill U! I Wlbp I 1 lab-ft k e J All Big Oil Fields Have the I bame OnnatlOn aS TJiat North of El Paso. EXPERTS AGREE ON CONDITIONS Those Around Alamogordo Are the Best for the High- est Grade of Oils. The organic theory of the origin of petroleum encourages the belief of an oil field in the Camp City fields. "The six great oil provinces of the United States" says TV. G. Burrows in me .engineering Mining Jourrnal are j me -Appaiacnian. i-lma-lndiana Illinois Midcontinental g-uif and California fields. Minor occurrences of petroleum are found in other states and terri- tories. "The origin of the oil." he continues "in all of these fields is probably the same- Of the many opinions advanced the organic origin of petroleum is ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

L PASO HERALD 10 r u ji . . . a j M iii nm .Hi i mi ews- Brevities W JLJL& Train Bul;eTSi. Ail afternoon trains are reported e time. N ji - 1 ll SI Uul If 9 Ho mes Everybody is asking the question in El Paso today: "Where will there be room for the increasing horde of humanity to liye five ten and twenty years from now?" It will only be a short time before the commercial octo- pus will reach out and absorb all the breathing places within two or three miles of the center of this city of ac- tivity. Then it will be necessary for those who desire homes away from the clash and clatter and piles of brick and mortar to seek some of the additions which surround the city or to locate in a place which Nature has so sit- uated as to throw before this far-reaching octopus an impregnable barrier. Tou'll find just what you -want jrood to eat in. our delicatessen. The nicest meats cooked ready to serve. Jackson's Sanitary "Grocery .Phone 353. Dr. Cameron tot reliable dentistry. Try Johnson's ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

made from one tract of land at Toyah Texas last year produced 12 tons to the acre. present crop on the sains tract this year stands 32 inches high and not yet in bloom 7 tt 1L1L of jm I JL 1 JL was The Irrigated From Artesian Well at Toyah GRAPES GROWING IN TOYAH IR- RIGATED WITH ARTESIAN WATER. Own a Developed Tract Land We Have These Tracts El Paso people who attend- ed the El Paso Fair last faU. were struck with the splendid disxDlay from the Toyah coun- try. Depending as they do on artesian water for irrigating purposes farmers in the Toyah country can count to a certain- ty on never-failing crops. Toyah Country Irrigated i For Sale from 5 acres up rtesian Water The lands we offer are in the great artesian belt. They are rich irrigable valley lands in and around the town of Toyah. 'Toyah itself is a thriving city of over a thousand inhabitants. It has been proven beyond the shadow of a doubt that artesian irrigated lands are one of the best investments you can possibly make. We ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Corner Lots Selling for $15 STL ALL Tl T VESTMENT COUNTRY Corner Lots Selling for $15.00 11.00 Down and $1.00 a Week for 10 Weeks Vill Get Yon a Nice Lot in ALTUii to A PARK Park. N. !VI. HIGHLAND PARK to Las Cruces N. Mesilla Park and Las Gruces will soon be hustling cities. Already the gov- ernment is surveying for the purpose of giving that vicinity the best water rights Las Gruces and Mesilla Park are going to grow rapidly. These two additions are the choicest in these towns. It is only a question of time until this land will be selling: at several hundred dollars an acre. You won't miss $1.00 a week now and in a short time it will net ou unexpected returns. For further particulars and plat see UHm MAPI 1 O Sole Agent. WW HI lllEiliK&fl7 Herald Building El Paso. MAYORSHIP OF PORTALES MAY BE DECIDED IX COURT STORM DESTROYS CHURCH AXD DAMAGES PROPERTY McKinne Texas May 7. The Bap- tist church at Princeton near here Tva3 blown down last night during1 a severe ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

I Teach the Children I to Save I HOMESEEKERS' ATTENTION. If you wish to be located on the best land In West Texas and located right see TV. L. Rider Civil Engineer. Bank References. 207 St. Louis St. El Paso Texas. TV. F. PAYNE'S Office is now located in the Angelus Hotel building Crawford theater en- trance. ome VOID OF ALL COMFORTS Not iO 1 WHEN i B 1 1 It is the duty of every parent to teach their children to save and the best time is when they are young. A few pennies put away each day or week will give them a nice litle start when they go out to fight the battles of the world. It would only take a little money each week if you begin saving now to have enough money to send the little tots of today to some good col- lege after they have finished the school work at home. CIVIL ENGINEER. Land surveys city and country. Phone S43. TV. L. Rider 207 St. Louis St. FOR RENT Furnished room bath light; board if desired. 704 X. Kansas. ARIZONA ST. BUILDING SITE At a bargain. TV. F. Payne. F...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 14 FOR SALE 4 lots fine corner. Las Cruces N. M.; $100 if taken at once. Phone 2377 or address Mrs. Kitchens 116 E. Franklin. i rsii v creat! Jog. HOT AIR Can take up a balloon a long ways but it can't keep it up there. All the boosting we could do wouldn't keep up our enormous volume of Want Ads if we didn't bring the advertiser results. FOR SALE BY OWNER 1 southeast corner lots one block east El Paso and Southwestern shops; 4 room frame house screened porch and shade trees. 2931 Durazno. IhiV. all OUT Of CIGARS flS'l'rtYlNSToP" guess x was a chump to BYTrt5S ft SttOKE I VELL.I HATE To 3o THIS SUT XLL JSOTTLE OF 7fiZftZJTR.On.THfT Ol3 f 9 IKjl I i3k2R ME a. JaaaMaK rw For other adverU3ement3 sea "Too Late to Classify" columns. FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE 2 room frame bath elec- tric light etc. on 2 south front lots well fenced trees shrubbery. Cash or terms. P. O. box 392. FOR SALE BY OWNER New 6 room pressed brick close in east front ce- ment porch hall bath pantry; be...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

EI. PASO HEB ALB 15 FOE SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. Entire block cf 20 lots on Cliff St. between Ange and Octavia Sts. Price $5000. This is one of the best bargains offered in the Alexander addition toda. 5 room uptodate pressed brick cot- tage In Sunset Heights addition. 3Hg lao feet of ground. Price $..aUU. terms $500 ch. balance 1. 2. 3 and 4 years atWePhaventan S room 2 story modern brick dwelling. No. 1010 Arizona St.; ?7xl20 feet of ground. Price 6800 Terms 1-3 cash balance 1 and - ears at 8 percent. 1p 2 lots on corner of Octavia ande- vadaSts. Price 3000. 'f ins i; cash balance 1 and 2 years at 8 percent. FOR. REST. 811 S. Overland St. S room 2 story brim E5' Overland St. rooms ana bath. 19. WE HAVE WtOOLO?' EL PASO REAL ESTATE SECUBIT1. BEHR & WATTS WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE. 114 -Pioneer Plaza. .jnne City wat oank Building. acre! 2000 cash balance 1. 2. 3 ana 4 yCWe"have anything you want from 1 acre to 1000. ....- pPiTmv CO. PETERMAN-LA SDEN JA ' 22SG 4 rings black xale...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 7 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 18 o you know of another city in the state of Texas even twice the size of: El Paso where One Million Five v Hundred Thousand Dollars is now being locks? spent for new business ARE YOU DID YQU GOME HERE III IT FOR fancy I9C 0RF0RY00R kTl&EhBg HB ShjD i9 Money IfYou invested in City or Val- ley Property EL PASO ""MJ wimntiu: hmv HEALTH'S MK Every hour of the dey every day of the week QLnd every week of the month people are coming to El Paso and the Rio Grande Valley to locate. There are variois reasons wrhy people come to El Paso but suffice it to say that those who came here and made an investment are making money. Those who invested in city or valley property a few years ago have made a nice fortune. Those who invest today and hold their property for any length of time are going to get handsome returns from their investment. No city in Texas or any other state is making such a substantial growth as El Paso Oil o city a airieless of Nothing El Paso and the Valley ...

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