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

EL ERALD 9 OFFICIAL STATEMENT OP THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OP THE Guaranty Trast and Banking Oompany at -ft paO qTATE OF TEXAS at the close of business on the Fndty ofStv. 1910. published in the El Paso Herald a Sewsjape? printed and published at El Paso. "State of Texas on the 9th day of May 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts personal or .Q17M collateral 5 9 lis 05 Loans real estate NONE Overdrafts cTiw u Bonds and Stocks - otnooOOO Beal Estate (banking house) ?2wm Other Real Estate 001-750 Furniture and Fixtures . 9.967.su Due from Approved Reserve Agents..? 69160.00 Due from other Banks and Bank- ers subject to check 3o.091.o2 Cash Items ?I'?I "52 ftirrenev 16655.00 sicie. ; I.::::::::::: 1g.23g.04 149531.75 El Paso City Warrants 1 - - - Uf-Jf Depositors Guaranty Fund - i.M&.it $866179.97 Savings Department: Loans on Real Estate ........ Mgg gg wELSIl $919503.95 LIABILITIES.' Capital Stock paid in 53?'S2'SS Surplus Fund iq'SSi ?! Undivided Profits net - - . iJ0l.Ji Due to Ban...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 May 1910

!L PASO HERALD 10 Monday lUov 9 1910. WANTEl-HEAL ESTATE. GUESSIVIK HTETOCftSHfM. I ( THE H. CN3. WORDS :) TAKE n crT J WAS A GOOl 1 X ' Z . !STHH SE5TX " - . .r-ggE . - )-r WfiTEELX A f WEE' XTEEL ERTASTSsJL X THINK v I UK 1. ) VKlSaEIJgp TjgW THAT PA .3 1 ----- - VELL.X JUESS ILL GIVE YOj fKE rift OUR. OLD HEAVEN5:N0W i IX'M TrOCLSS ) ( "Si HOMDRET TOR.) SKAT.E DRANK- WE'LL GrO TO J I p 17 nselx. mow: S T nyD Mitn so j pr lL C'S "FR.I3JCX THAT X jflfi) 1 sfTlWEUi ZS Solt) mm "For. 5TL y j I Tj lip II -'' pop COPYRIGHT. 1910 BY THE ChiBgs Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices PERSOXAL. GEXXJ1XE SPAXISH gentleman would like to exchange lessons with refined i voung lady oi r gentleman. Address J. G. T. care Herald. 1VAXTED To communicate "with lady going north or east in -June who "wish- es young lady to act as companion or rurse; references exchanged. Address D. C care Herald: HELP WANTED SLALE. TELEGRAPH" IS ctUICKLI learned; great demand for operators: situation sure; expen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 May 1910

L PASO HERALD 11 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOK SALE. Entire block of 20 lota on Cliff St. between Ange and Octavia Sts. Price 85000. 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 i?e. " .i -oia sssnftr terms $500 cash balance 1 2. 3 and 4 years at 8 percent. We have an 8 room 2 story modern brick dwelling. No. 1010 Arizona St.; 37x120 feet of ground. Price 680U. Terms 1-3 cash balance 1 and & years at 8 percent. . -. 3 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 S. Overland St. 8 room 2 story bri30S E.5 Overland St.. 4 rooms and bath. $19. WE HAVE 550000 T LOAN OX EL PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY. BEHR & WATTS WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE. 114 Pioneer Plaza. .fne 44' City Tat. iank Building. LOWER VALLEY nASGArN3 75 acres o fine land on the wwm- cafiam road. 10 miles below El f0- 86 acres in cultivation; all ditche...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 May 1910

Et PASO HERALD 12 About Strawberries Strawfeernes are strawberries in tie minds of most people so long as they look fresh and good. However there is a difference in berries when it comes to the right kind to preserve. Same berries cook away almost to nothing and do not preserve whole. We can show you the difference in berries this week and explain to you the right kind to preserve having made special arrange- ments for one thousand and fifty boxes each day to arrive Thursday Friday and Satiurday this week. Present indications are that this preserving berry will be Siigher therefore it will pay you to do your preserving at once. Place your order XOW and set aside Thursday Friday and Saturday for preserving day. In ordering specify that you want this particular kind of berry Ike "GA23DY" which as he sweetest kind and requires less sugar and your preserves will be a success. Per Crate of 15 Boxes Only $1.10 Send us your mail Phone 151. 210-212 SPECIAL OFFER We are making a special offe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

ALD 1 Paso Texas Tuesday Evening May 10 1910 --- 12 Pages All the Kevra Herald Prints It First WWIe It's Fresh. The Town Wrecked By the Earthquake 1 II CUTE EL PASO ULI1 1 Extravagance Is Assailed by New York Banker as the Menace of the Nation. DEMAND ON BANKS - FOR LOANS HEAVY Nation States and Munici- i- palities Operated Under Wasteful Management. In an address before the Texas bank- ers on "Our National Vice" Jos. T. Tal- bert attacked extravagance as the one great failure of the American and de- clared it a menace to the nation. H? attributed much of it to the automobile and said too many people borrow money to buy the machines because of their love for luxury. From a $60 bank clerk at San Angelo Texas to the vice presidency of the Na- tional City bank of New York one of the largest financial institutions in the United States is going some even for these days of rapid advancements but Joseph T. Talbert who Gelivered the principal address of the Texas Bankers' association conven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

. I " ' v - ..... - I II MORNING Officials Make Their Re ports to the Convention J After Welcome Addresses Are Delivered. (Continued From Page One.) National City bank of New York -whose subject "was: "Our National Vice." He was followed by F- H. "Welsh "vice president of the First National bank of Tyler Tex. 600 In Attendance. The enrolment Tuesday at noon "was 450 and a number of the delegates had not registered "who -were in the con- vention. It is expected that the enrol- ment "will reach 600 or over. Austin "will " be an applicant for the 1211 convention although no active campaigns have yet been started for the next convention. - T. C. Dunn of the Union National bank of Houston is the assistant sec- retary of the association. Fred E. Farnsworl;h. secretary of the American Bankers association and ell the expresidents of the association -were Invited to sit upon the platform with the officials by jndge Iunlap at the morning session Tuesday. The chamber of commerce "was filled be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

Tuesday May 10 1910. TTF.H. A T XI liiJL.i u DISTRIBUTION OF BANKER PRESIDENTS This Section of Texas Seems j Entitled to a President j Now. - rmm May number of the-Texas Banker. "We have been asked for information aa to the relative recognition given to each district of the Texas Bankers' as- sociation in the election of the presi- dents during its past 25 annual con- ventions. The inquiry is predicated on the opinion that the presidential office should as far as possible be made complimentary to each portion of the state rather than a medium for gratify- irg individual ambitions. If this prin- ciple be admitted it then behooves the momhorshin fn vnvftntJoii to select men -who are rot only the most representa- J tive of the districts to De auernuiwy honored but men with qualities com- irenurate with the responsibilities and dignity of fittingly representing the entire state. In compliance with the request above mentioned an analysis of past elections shows as follows: The first dist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

Tuesday May 10 1910. pafc.jfesijaa:aaawci 1' mrf i$g? ptes IjKxShSSmCy S&LS& :&s?y s &31& w& ya& &S8JK&! b&&&& '''' fj4-"3 S&g?? xs; CHARTERED MAY 10th 1890 e National OF HOUSTON Bank I !?-' :? h wmt !sOC V 2118 T'it 'T tXjWv 5?K5& fCS s&? SS-S 3 as? sj fHiV ill ?&. Ir'v S " :&&$ Bats Jii-a iJif. if: UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Capital Surplus and Profits Over - -'$ 800000.00 Resovrces-Over - - - $5000000.00 CONCERT IN HONOR OF THE VISITORS a Efcfc s-t 8&S MS rMsc. !-; -f m m a - .& 3 "" v-.vv' Cordial Greetings To Delegates and Visitors to the - Twenty-Sixth Annual Convention ' of the Texas Bankers Association This date May 10th 1910 marks the Twentieth Anniversary and the completion of the first charter period of this bank. It has to its credit TWEN- TY YEAJRS' OF SUCCESSFUL BAXKEsTG- EXPERIENCE consecutive semi-annual dividends since organization more than double its capital re- turned to stockholder...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

Et PA SO HERAXD Tuesday; May 10r 1910. PTjB feffli ILW -"CX- fjgjre To the Texas Bankers' Association Visiting Bankers and the People of the Great Southwest Today El Paso is honored by a visit of several hundred bankers from Texas New Mexico Arizona and other states and we take this means of extending you a most hearty welcome. It is our sincere desire that you will enjoy your stay in El Paso and that you will learn of the merits and progress of this the fastest growing city in all the Southwest. One month ago we came to this city practically strangers and that .we appreciate the hearty handshake and royal welcome we have received goes without saying. In one month this infant has grown to be one of the most important factors in the Great Southwest. The growth of this institution has been phenomenal. It has by far exceeded our greatest expectations. The first day that the doors of this bank were opened the deposits exceeded $87000. Every day we make new customers and the second month...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

X EDITORIAL ANE AGAZ1NE PAGE lesday May 10 1910. L PASO Established April. 1SS1. The Ei Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The ibaily News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AXD A-SIER. NEW3P. PTJBIiISHERS' ASSOC. Sntered at the El Paso Postofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. The Only Wise Solution T Thursday's election the issue will tween (1) a 75 percent increase in or (2) the purchase of the present oneration of the waterworks. There is no escape from having to accept one plan or the other. There is no other plan to be considered. It is increased rates for the benefit of the water -company so as to insure a good profit to the company above operating expenses and charges -or else it is mu- uicipal owners...

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

HERALD 10-191- News Of the Great Southwest Tuesday News Of ilie Great Southwest P i II fifiy Y&mp k it the StmuMdmPii 11 I CREAM I H A Guarantee of Light Swgeip R Pure Wholesome Fo&ti '-HE WILL KOW ENTERTAIN READERS OF THE HERALD. Sketch By George Ade. r y have it put in th nacer. so she didn't -Hjo. Mother can't flare up an' leave like a hired girl. . x False teeth er all right in ther place. Nothin' a little man says ever sounds probable. ' Miss Fawn Lippincut says this is pos- itively th' last time she'll change her wais: line. Grandmother didn know nothin' 'bout th' benzoate o sodv. She hid her jelly ) t' mako it keep. Miss Fawn Lippincut is writin' a re- cipe on how t keep from turnin' red at a musical comedy. Lots o fellers take ther hat off in a elevator that think a. woman's place is in th kitchen. Miss Tawney Apple who is t be married in September has asked fer a respite. Ole Xiles Turner can't read an' dur- ing th Spanish-American war he wuz holdin a paper upside d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

EE PASO HERALD rS Tuesday May 10 1910. A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. No woman vfho "bears children need suffer during tie period of waiting nor at the time of "baby's coming if Mother's Friend is used as a massage for the muscles tendons and glands of the body. Mother's Friend is a penetrating healthful lini ment -which strengthens the ligaments lubricates and renders pliant those nrascles on which the strain is greatest prevents caking of the breasts "by keep- ing the ducts open and relieves nausea "backache numbness nervousness etc. Its regular use will prepare every portion of the system for the safety of "both mother and child and greatly reduce the pain and danger when the little one comes. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book which contains valuable information for expectant mothers. THE BRADFIELD GOBp ATLANTA GA. SPEND YOUR SUMMER! VACATION IX THE EI Porvealr Ranch lies at the foot of Hermit's Peak at an elevation of 7-400 feet oh tke IUo Galllnas on...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

Tuesday EL PASO HERALD May io 1910. The Herald's Sporting News The Herald's Sporting News NO BENJAMIN DIDN'T CARETWAS A BASEBALL mgt a m cja tfy J $ J1 "5 4.4. STATISTICAL BALL DOPE. By Art Wood. By Art "Wood. f m i j. p 4" v " " 0" i 5" where thev play Wednesday. ! Cactus League Dope National League. Boston at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Pittsburg. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Americsn Lcaxnc Chicago at "Washington. St- Louis at Boston. Detroit at New York. Cleveland at Philadelphia. Texas League. oalveston at Fort Worth. "Waco at Dallas? San Antonio at Shroveport. Houston at Oklahoma City. HOW THEY STAND. National Lencrne. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg 1G 12 4 .750 New York 19 13 6 .684 Philadelphia 16 10 6 .625 Chicago ..17 9 8 .529 Cincinnati 15 7 S -467 Boston '17 6 11 -353 St. Louis 18 6 12 .333 Brooklyn ... 20 6 14 .300 American Leascne. Played. "Won. Lost. Pet. Philadelphia ....16 12 4 -750 Cleveland ..'.... 18 12 6 -667 Detroit .....19 12 7 .632 New York ...

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

10 Tuesday May 10 1910. HERALD FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. i r- 5a i x. iv u a i i i i iw - fl iMJut sd kka. azmzi -st ww si rr A? C 1 SANS. IMMERSE f--p-fpJV . ( -them Afplv") V MMfTGQ0 s Nw" jaiag JM i- f W iOPYRICHT. 1910. BY filings Lost and Pound; Personals and Public jSTotices LOST FOUND. LOST A lady's watch in front of Shel- don hotel. Liberal reward If left at the Herald office. LEATHER CARD CASE lost Sunday evening between fire station on Texas St. and town containing E. P. & S. W. anuax pass No. BS1. Reward if re- turned to Flat 10 Brazos. E. M. Glee- son jr. HELP WANTED STALE. TELEGRAPKV is uUICivLI learned; great demand for operators; situation sure; expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college. Dallas. Teias. "WANTED A competent English-Spanish stenographer by large rubber con- cern in central Mexico. Salary ?12o gold per month as start. Must be re- liable and In good health: state refer- ences. Continental-Mexican Rubber Co. "box 176 Torreon. Mex. WANTED Immediately ma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

L PASO HERALD Tuesday May 10 1910. 11 X FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. PUll SALE. Entire block of 20 lota on Cliff St. between Ange and Octavia Sts. Price 55000. This is one of the best bargains offered in the Alexander addition today. 5 room uptodate pressed brick cot- tage in Sunset Heights addition 3x 100 feet of ground. Price $3500; terms $500 cash balance 1. 2.-3 and 4 years at 8 percent. We have an 8 room 2 story modern brick dwelling. No. 1010 Arizona St.; 37xl20 feet of ground. Price 56800. Tenns 1-3 cash balance 1 and 2 years at 8 percent. . 3 lots on corner of Octavia and Ne- vada Sts. Price $3000. T erms 1;3 cash balance 1 and 2 years at 8 percent. FOR RENT. 811 E. Overland St.. 8 room 2 story brick. $35. rtTnQ and 1308 E. Overland St. 4- rooms ana bath. $19. WE HAVE WOOOTOLOAXOX EI. PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY. BEIIlt & WATTS WE WRITE FIRE I-SU-AB45i 114 Pioneer Plaza. fne ' City rc&t. iank Building- near Franklin canal. This is "the bargain" for ?PeJ acre. $2000 cash balan...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Tuesday May 10 1910. About m m traw Strawberries are strawberries in the minds of most people so long as thev look fresli and good. However there is a difference in berries when it comes to the right kind to preserve. Some berries cook away almost to nothing and do not preserve whole. We can show you the difference in berries his -week and explain to you the right kind to preserve having made special arrange- ments for one thousand and fifty boxes each day to arrive Thursday Friday and Saturday this week. Present indications are that tins preserving berry will be -higher therefore it will pay you to do your preserving at once. Place your order XOW and sat aside Thursday Friday and Saturday for preserving day. In ordering specify that you want this particular kind of berry the "GA25Ty" which is the sweetest kind and requires less sugar and your preserves will be a success. Per Crate of 15 Boxes O Send us your mail Phone 151. 210-212 SPECIAL We are making a special o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

All the Kctts Herald Prints It First While It's Fresh. L PA : : i El Paso Texas Wednesday Evening May 11 1910 -i- 20 Pages A. Holland Forbes Vice President of Aero Club of America a Victim. IS CHAMPION OF THE BAHLOONISTS Center Ky. May 11. A. Holland Forbes a New York aeronaut and J. C. Yates a New Tork astronomer who were Injured in their balloon near here yesterday were tills morning- reported alive and both conscious. They are at a little hamlet 10 miles from here ihere they were carried by farmers who -saw the accident and It has not been learned whether their In- juries are fatal. The two men ascended from Qulncy 111. Monday night but gas escaping from the bag yesterday caused them to lose control and finally the balloon fjfjllTti jOM ww mm m is P ward's Body Will Lie In State came to the earth with terrible force. Forbes and Yates were picked up ap- parently dead send when they recovered consciousness several hours later the were unable to give a coherent account of the accide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

r --T e Trimmed HALFPRIC The Hat 112 Texas Street 1 he entire Stock Unrestricted Choice HALF PRICE SALE This sale gives you n opportunity to pos- sess the very latest nobbiest and most attractive headgear that has-been shown this season at just half price. V Thioos In the If you once try the milk sold by the El Paso Dairy you -will use no other kind. It's pure and fresh. El Paso dairy milk is known to be absolutely the best in the southwest. Costs no more than the ordinary kind. Insist upon having El Paso dairy milk. The pure fresh and sanitary kind. Both phones and city office. The season Is nere when you must have pure milk. That is the only kind the El Paso Dairy Co. sells. Both phones. "When yqugo to" the Jackson Sanitary Grocery for your vegetables you are certain to get fresh and choice stock because this store receives fresh ship- ments daily. "Wood's ice cream has no equal phone. N. Oregon St. Auto Refrigerators all sizes all prices at real bargains if you go to Springer's. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

3) LAS CEXJOES AND MESILLA VALLEY EL PASO HERALD i ' RSirar f i r A- -?? lit 9 IjlFI xi EulIAlG nil it -III ll u? I J5 .r.fiiKMlsir ' f4 Mvtii YO know it is time for the purchasing of these pleasant souvenirs of Grad- uation Day. We have learned from experience just what the young people like best in the way of gifts and we have prepared ourselves to supply parents and guardians with beautiful and sug- gestive articles that have a permanency of interest .HI-XSON CO. Gift House of the Southwest. Send for Catalog. Do You Want to Buy I "his Beautiful Hme? This is one of vthe rarest opportunities in El Paso and for this month only this beautiful 8-rooro buff pressed brick bungalow on IsTorth El Paso street best location in the city will sell on easy terms. Small payment down balance to suit. You will buy direct from owner and save agent's commission. See ?9 JL JL JU? j s MJL Office 0. 1. Bldg. 109 Itf. Oregon Up Stairs. To NOTHING IS a Graduate A MORE ACCEPTABLE i i PRESENT THAN. A BOOK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 May 1910

la PASO HERAL O f Short Talk To the Boy the Young Man and If Not Too Late the Old Man On Business Credii by 1 Paso Bank & Trust Co. 319 SAN ANTONIO ST. . OFFICERS R. M. Turner President. F. P. Jones Vice-president. A. F. Kerr Vice-president and Cashier. Lee H. Crews Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS A. F. Kerr R. M. Turner F. P. Jones CITY SAVES PROFITS IP YOU VOTE FOR MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP "Uaier the conditions existing In El Paso Tre re of the pinion teat 10 per- jcemt en tbe cask investment Is a fait amd reasonable return on capital." TRY DR. CHE HOiCS VEGETABLB COMPOUND. MEDICINES for hereditary debil- ity or weakness of men women and children. Chronic Blood Poison Eruptions all Skin Diseases. Rheumatism Ca- tarrh Heart Dis- ease IiUng Trou- ble Liver Com- plaint and Con- stipation. Female Internal trouble Infiama- tlon or acute pains INSTANT- LY CURED. Of- fice 105 N. Campbell. Bell Phone 2910. ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS Independent Assay Office ESTABUSHtD 1608. D. W. BrcxEAET. E H. ...

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