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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

1 Paso Texas Tuesday Evening May 17 1910 - - - 10 Pages EX .- mm m rfWn 3. .& Wr r .a&Ba-fla - w u. 1- niioiifiir1 Verdict of Not Guilty Eeturned After Brief Delay Wit- nesses Testify to Having Seen Morgan Stab Wimber and of Hearing the Two Boys Quarrel Prior to the Fight Morgan Says He Never Had But One Quarrel in Life. Noel MorpiD the 14.vcarold boy charged with theraiurder of Lawrence Wim- ber a schoolmate was acquitted br a Jury In the county conrt at 3:3.1 Tues- day afternoon. The jury was out only20 minutes. The boy leaned on the shoul- der of his attorney Tom Lea and a torrent' of tears fell from his eyes. He later left the courtroom with his attorneys and his father. Schol boys In the courtroom applauded the verdict. AcWwrirr wprv nunst'on as directly j until Joe Calamia spoke and crabbed at us it was put to him -without any shew of nervousness asd apparently at all times at his ease. 14 year old Xoel Mor took the stand in his own behalf in the county court Tuesday m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

r 1 JUL n 1 1 Tkf l ew Telephone Directory Copy for the June issue of the telephone direc- tory is now being made up. Any changes or corrections in the present listing should he telephoned at once to r CONTRACT . DEPARTMENT ! 1 IN ORDER TO INSURE PROPER IN- SERTION IN THE NEW DIRECTORY The Tri-Sfate Telephone and Telegraph Co. STORM AND RAIN IN EAST TEXAS Cleburne Tex. May 17 A thousand dollars damage -was caused to the A. X "Wright company dry goods here by a storm last night- Other places suffered snore or less damage. The roof of the "Wright building was partly blowm away and the windows broken. Fruit and truck growers eight miles east report severe damage many say- ing the crop Is a total loss. Rain Helps Crops. Hillsboro Tex. 'May 17. Kirty lake nortli of here rose six feet today and the creeks are overflowing as a result of a three inch ram last night. Little damage "was done. The rain -will be of great value to crops. Good Texas Rain. Tyler Tex. May 17. East Texas had a good ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

PASO HEUALB 3) 1L Delicious Gingerbread. Children are great lovers of ginger- bread and grown folks too if it is of the rich "melt-in-the-mouth" kind. The following recipe by the. famous Mrs. Mary J. Lincoln is cor nended to those who delight in this delicacy: Mix two cups flour one-half level teaspoon salt one level teaspoon soda one level tablespoon ginger; stir in one cup molasses two tablespoons softened Cottolene and one-half cup boiling water. Bake in shallow pan. If for des- sert bake in layers. Fill with whipped cream flavored with lemon. The little ones can eat this freely. Lard is indigestible but Cottolene the perfect shortening makes food that agrees with the most delicate stomachs. PEEMIT ISSUED FOE MILLS BUILDING- Contractor Stevens Engages 300 Men for "Work Be- ginning Monday. Building inspector S. B. Haggart has issued a permit to the H. L. Stevens company for the construction of the Mills building fronting on the twin plazas to cost $200800 the cost of sis skeleton ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

jwn f r WW UlliS MMM 3 S3 In every walk in life discrimination between the true and the false wins and enjoys success. In questions of form of style and of values whether financial commercial or medicinal the judgement of the men and women who select and appreciate and utilize the true and genuine product proves most profitable and most satisfactory to themselves and to all who follow them. Therefore in connection with so important a subject as the physical well-being of the people the most eminent physicians insist on full information as to the wholesome nature and truly beneficial character of the component parts of the remedies used and prescribed by them and the wise manufacturer not only supplies them with the knowledge desired but also combines for them in proper proportions the very substances most approved bythem and omits every objectionable substance. The world-wide acceptance of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna by phy- sicians and the well-informed of the world as the be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

The Herald 's Sporting News 5 EL PASO HERALD The HerajlcPs Sporting News This Is the Man Who Will what Benjamin $3Bk Referee The Big Fight 5i4 YS ' j After Tomorrow It Will Be Too Late Is Proposed to Jack Johnson and Finally Accepted by Berger for Jeffries After the Negro Fighter Had Galled Berger an Educated Dog and Offered Him a Thousand Dollars for Three Bound G-o Without Training. San Francisco May 17. Tex Rickard will be the third man in the ring July 4. That is he has been chosen as refe- ree. It was done at a conference be- tween promoters here yesterday- It nearly ended in a fist' fight and ugly words were used. Jack Johnson negro fighter and Sam Berger white trainer for Jeffries led in the mud slinging. Rickard who is as- sociated with Jack Gleason in the pro- motion of the big fight was selected only SLSja. compromise. He has had little experience as referee. Just before the compromise was reached Berger in an undertone de- clared: Til go over and hit that big black fellow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

EDITORIAL A MAGAZINE PAGE EL PASO HERALD bstabllshea April 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Daily News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune. -Lne Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent. The Journal The Kepublican. The Bulletin. MR3IBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. KBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- . Plon and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. BelL Auto. f Business Office 115 1115 HERALD J Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 TELEPHONES. 1 Society Reporter 1019 L Advertising' department 116 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' Daily Herald per month 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Daily Herald. Is delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Paso. Fort Bliss and Totrae. Texas and Cludad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -will please state In his co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

News Of the Great Southwest 7 lews Of tie Great Southwest PASO HERALD IJiTlie great Baking Powder JR Kg I of the country jl iji " used in millions of Ini 10 1 homes never ln 11 failed 111 V CREAM W Baking Powder I Received the highest award 1 I at Chicago Worlds Fair x I ttit'tttt! a mi"v iizi'wrrrLa tivt 0KE3 DAY AT BISBEE C I RR1 ILL. VT TI LAROSA: GEERAL AND PERSONAL NEWS. TularoEa X. M. May 17. Former gov- ernor Curry is seriously ill- Frank Curry is in El Paso. Miss Bloise Carroll of Mescalero is visiting Miss Marrlgute Prude. E. H. Simmons has sold his residence to Mr. Netherland of Hope and will leave for Kansas City. Howard Hill and Frank Allen have gone to Bent where they will instal the counters and shelves in the new store building. Elmo Haynes of Alamogordo is visit- ing his brother Carl Haynes. WEDDING AT SIERRA BLAACA; PERSONAL. AND GENERAL. NEWS. Sierra BlaWca Tex. May 17. Sam Queen and Miss Etta Evett were mar- ried at the home of X H. Sumner. The groom owns a large ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

8 EL PASO HERALD pvHvnmdite V.?TV JSSIzL t - M - ft"' Jay silas- Jt &u ri ' r lsl1 " LSSjC 9C "' ?' "J5. T'X "" Sy ??. --."f oa r jf&r- &-5""sx sfrrrrs';r. -----rV--' L0OKSGOopKflJ I JUUJ4 u. wcuf Hjr f r- MUESSIVflUl L L few . I' UT1 k ' WfSSsKx AT THAT I ' uk.c nv' l 'vi ' er - It 4b J Sj. t V C& . I . . f 1IMT UU a T ' j II W .? I W X I irTTlNJnws n - tfha ruui WZZAr "" j r rrsns? rs 'f k4&EhJ yffm 4Vff - 1 tfTtfCQFFESJ f H&M M 00 AND UL-XJ Jf fTi I pTAWH I ' pxTTfl Le0K as fip j 'L - jv '- si gvV Twr-BTnrSFA'- 3J r J5 -to? v - j r-7? gt 5T 1 ATE LAST . JfWif rHmc $5 at . l j j ML i J Iwf M Tw JUHK I l' J! A JMWrftAKSCZ TO HANK CUV j '-JLU UPt&C Wt $? L''rJr:z 'll Cr-KCARrAbl II iam.w tnTKt.y kUW5 uvv RAJ I aUESS I Writ J 1ST ART WITH A In Buying Real Estate ' you demand a safe and profitable in- vestment as well as a convenient ind; pleasant place to live. The For Sale Real Estate columns offer hundreds of bargains that will fill the hill. STORAG WARE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

L PASO HERALD f9 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. T oo Late to Classify Financial and Commercial STOCKS AND BONDS COPPERS GRAIN AND PROVISIONS LIVESTOCK WOOL AND COT- TON. 3X53HB3R No Ad. Less Than 25c r i a 1 Ja&sirur One Cent a Word. . ONE 3IAN OX GOD'S GREEN EARTH HAS SEEN THE LIGHT- Tester day he purchased 5 J " lots In East El Paso on the street car line with city water gas electric light and sewerage and made monej. mere are 1C left who wants them.' vn- We yet have the 20 acres In A toe yard Tract and the large tract near Fabens waiting for an offer. - YOUR OWN TERMS. WM. MOELLER Herald Building. Phones: Bell 1227; Auto. laSo. able property for some of which we are sole agents. t be If you don't see what jou nVnST low. phone us. for we may L.e the' thing to suit ypJerything couldn't possibly advertise etr W rfta cottage. Bio Grande St. G room cottage. EtoGrinajSt 5 room cottage 1000 Diocte. sona St. only $3650. 8 room home Klo Grande St. 7 rooms home. Montana St.. onl5 ?S6room cottag...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 May 1910

L PASO HERALD 10 Jeli-0 Ice Cream Powder There is everything hut the ice in a package of Jell-0 Ice Cream Powder. Xo heating no eggs sugar or extracts required. Simply add a quart of milk or cream to the contents of one package and freeze. Eesuit nearly two quarts of the finest ice cream you ever ate. After the cream is nearly frozen if desired you can add fresh fruit or chop- ped nuts'. Four flavors vanilla chocolate straw- berry and unflavored i 15c the Package two for 25c Fresh Shelled Pecans Fresh Shelled Almonds Fresh Shelled "Walnuts Salted Almonds and Peanuts Baspberries Strawberries Blackberries Dainty little Birthday Candles and Holders 24 Candles to the Box 15c 11111 aaMMMMMMMjMMgWjgMMBMMMWMMaaWBBawna Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 1151. CIVIC BEAUTY Should be the hobby of every house owner in El Paso. There is no way in which you can enhance the beauty of your city more than by giving that worn looking house a new coat of imperal Paint. $1.80 PER GALLON Tuttle Paint See...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

El Paso Texas Wednesday Evening May 18 1910 --- 16 Pages All tfce 3tts Herald Prints It First Bombardment Of Town Forbidden By Warships While It's Fresh. OkJBiwmH mHMH SIBbw iiWiim eaAaa Ibb .oAwnlfciadKBBdB Jfc fe - iih IMMbllb WUIiMU jraivit z Telegrams have been received Her. and at Las Cruees from K. B. Holt. X. Galles and other friend of the Elephant-Bntte project u-o are in Wellington stating that ecretary R. A. Bnlllnger of the interior department has Riven instructions to have the $200000 deposited ttIUi the Socorro court for payment for the land necessary for t-e darasite in accordance with the award to tho Victorio Land and Cattle company also that the reclamation service has been ordered to have the vrorlc on the Elephant-Butte dam proceed at once. This means that there will he no further delay on the big dam and that it will he rushed to completion. The delav vhich was caused by the long dravrn out condemnation proceedings is now at an end bo far as the reclamation servi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

" '"" Summer Headwear New Telephone Directory B H SB B fti llll " L B m m B B VaP I II II I HK II In Hi I i 1 i Sk H I BS H9 B n&Sw "BBBB B B W 3bK B iB ra B m SI H B fl H i 2 xsgg j WW ATES ore hhj hb b bbbbb k The Fire Insurance Companies With the Aid of the Last State Legislature have grasped us so to speak "by the . throat." They have increased our rate over ONE HUNDRED per cent. We Will Not Submit to such an outrage and impose upon the public higher prices. Rather than that we have concluded to reduce our immense spring and summer purchases AT O if offering our entire stock of Adler-Rochester ..... - 7 HtAm?7 d.S wi;ij i0i cii in '"Fashion F Kaufman Pre-Shrunk Clothes at the smallest profit high grade a(nd modish elothes have everbeen Igiown to sell for. III B Bu and Ten" Per Cent Ten Per Cent Above Actual Cost Price. A Most Unusual Opportunity For every man in town to buy high class hand tailored clothes of the finest quality for less money than you pay for the ordinary ki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

Wednesday May 18 1910. LAS CRUDES AND MESILLA VALLEY CIVIC LEAGUE ELECTS OFFICERS -g?T BA QA TPTTT'-R. A T .Tl JLiJiLJI L snZL.kwJ'V. J? .ft.JiJLlC3fcJudifa . . r I WITH "THE MONEY $fa 1 1 !! 1 MTs&agb ISS "rKrfim l sas wni mmmBM I is tigmg m - mssi-wBissmim'Bissmsisii E3 .SSfSSsaBSSKaSSP'sBBi PUT I T 5tgfeSw i 1 IN THE ..igilllii I bank. "f" i Let the Lives of All Wealthy m Men Be a Lesson t You for nine out of every ten of them will tell you the same thing "My fortune was built by saving the pennies at first then the dimes and dollars." . Nearly every one of them started poor and invariably the first ad- vice they gave the beginner is to save commence the habit early and stick to it until saving is no longer a necessity. One of the greatest missions of the modern bank is to educate the people to save and to encourage thrift. The money that is spent fool- ishly or thrown away in not the money that helps build up a city or a state- It is the money that is saved and wisely invest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

Wednesday May 18 1910. tgffHf11 .-- THWHini li t ? ' hrti Tropical Weight Clothes 1 rn gSg. mmnitj j$ P s 'VH rS xfos sapP wi w?ml j Everything to Wear From Neve Mexico. At the Sheldon It. J. Snowden Albu- querque; D. E. Fortus Tecolote; H. Vincent Wallace and wife. Bent. At the An&elus J. Tfeonault L.as Cruces. At the Orndorff H. Nordberg Dern- ins. At the Zieger Albert LiindaneT Co- lumbus; O. M. Lee Sacramento Eanch; C D. Nelson Deming; J. R- Xiucero Las Cruces. "Prom AriroBa. At the Sheldon John P "Hampton. Clifton; Rapier R. Coghlan Roosevelt; Thomas O'Neill Roosevelt; Rex W. Dun- lap Ray; M. A. Peterson Bisbee. At the Angelus James Ashley Tuc- son; G. W. Moore Tucson; J. C. Mur- phy Douglas. At the Zeiger G. A. Coffey Douglas; If you are not satisfied after using according to directions two-thirds of a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you can have your mon- ey back. The tablets cleanse and in- vigorate the stomach improve the di- gestion regTilate the bowe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

VJ PASO HERALD Wednesday May 18 1910. 5 MINING AND OIL. NEWS. Lf End S 1 Dooms THAT we crowded our store Saturday after Saturday with hundreds of pleased peo3le is very evident that our values are better our prices right and our method of selling after you come here is why Ave get the crowds. Head Week End Special for 'Thursday Friday and Saturday Little Ladies' Misses9 r Patent Gun Metal Pump -wing tip -velt sole; large cirl size 21-2 to 6: regular $3.00. t Special For misses size 11 1-2 to 2 ; Regular ?2.50; special L For children S 1-2 to 11: - S C Eegular $2.00; special lt)D Patent Colt Pump ankle stTap turn sole. The new- toe; large girl sizes 21-2 to G; d QP Regular $2.50; special pl20 For misnes sizes 111-2 to 2; Regular. ?2.00j special For children. 8 1-2 to 11; Regular $1.75; special Pump ? ana oiioreo s Patent Pumps ankle strap extension sole; large girl sizes 21-2 to 6; Eegular $2-50 ; special For Misses 11 1-2 to 2; Eegular $2.00 ; special For children 8 1-2 to 11; Eegul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE f "Wednesday May 18 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Dally 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 AMER. XBWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSCO. Entered at the El Paso Postofflce for Transmission at Second Class Bates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. r Bus J Ed! NES. Soc: I Ad Business Office HERALD torial Rooms TELEPHONES Society Reporter Advertising department -. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Xaily Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso East El Paso. Fort Bliss and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -will please state in his commun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday May 18 1910. J7 g Royal A jS5 BaMagPowder yS Bsmdadds to ih& V&fTp5 of the food jji few Absolutely Pur EL PASO GUARDS AGAINST SMALLPOX City Health Officer Ander son Says Immigrants Muse te Vaccinated. In oTder to prevent -the possibility of smallpox getting into El Paso the city in.itT. finorc 1i.va Tii.Ven everv method possible to prevent the introduction of Taie aistatae xjcic. n - a Ih A. H. Anderson had a conference with the immigration officials and they agreed to see that all common laborers entering this port are vaccinated and thereby in a measure prevent the pos- sibility of infection. "Wednesday morning at the bridge 62 persons were taken from the cars and stopped at the immigration station they being minus the necessary vaccination poTfi fcnies Explaining his action Dr. Anderson sivi: "This is not to he in any manner con- strued as a quarantine against Juarez but we anust have protection .viany j women come to this side to work in our home...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

EL PASO HERAL "B Wednesday May 18 1910. Many Card 'Parties In City In Club Circles Touring the ttzma Exl JSumerous Mappy If fairs J mi . i mi m ggnMinsgMaaiMBagaBSiaHa t Graciua tion Shoes gfl 11 you want to save both money and worry come to the Big Shoe Store where you are sure to find just what you want in the way of pumps or ankle ties for the girl or oxfords and shoes for the boy. Patent Leather Gun Metal or "White Canvas Ties and Pumps for Children. Misses' and Young Ladies' as high as $3.00 aslowas $1.2l3 Youths' and Boys' Oxfords in patent leather and gen- uine Box Calf with oak tanned soles strong and dur- able yet sightly shoes as 'high as JMmk mZ&ljP T5he Man Dho 'Wins By Clara Bushnell Castle. It Is not so much ilie tiling? wlilch Is done That counts for a man In the winning; But how much more of n man Is the man In the end. than in the heslmiinsr. The man -who wins the man who stays In the race In spite of the odds; The strength of men is a man's alvays. But the vict...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

p. o Wednesday lay 18 191(1 9 F'-WB i Mbir?-?-" Eyster s Corner Kansas and Boulevard. BeH Phones 823 844. Auto Phone 1691 It Pays to Trade Where You Get the Best Goods for the Least Money. MY MOTTO: "Small Profits Quick Sales and for Cash Only." Home Made Bread fresh every afternoon large loaf 10c Globe or Cream of Wheat Brand 48 lb. sack $1.75 Globe or Cream of Wheat Brand 24 lb. sack 90c Globe Whole Wheat or Graham Flour 12-lb. sack . 60c Corn Meal 8 3-4-lb. sack 25c 7 lbs. White or Yellow Pearl Meal for 25c Pure Lard 10-ib pail at Pure Lard 5-ib pail at . Pure Lard 3 -lb. pail at Cottolene 10-lb.- pail at $1 65 c 55c Cottolene ' 4-lb. pail at Cottolene 2-lb. pail at Strictly fresh Blue Ribbon 65c 35c Butter three pounds for Best quality full Cream Cheese per lb 10 lbs. 'best new Potaatoes for 15 lbs. good old Potatoes for Extra fine Valley Aspara- gus 4 bunches for Pine new Valley Peas 3 lbs. for 2sew Beets new Turnips 20c &j C 25c 25c Mustard Greens-three for Young Onions an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 May 1910

EL PA 10 Wednesday May 18 1910. n'rmmnm r e Want Your SSmSS3&& En Ei Paso the Ideal Section For a Summer Home Is rocery Subscription Fund Needs $5000 Homeseekers May Increase Attendance. Full quarts pure imported Oliver Oil for Evaporated Cherries per pkg. . TfnlTrF " 1 1 1 i I M 1 j t I 1 laving down town is unpleasant on account of the duSt heat'and noise. Living too far from town means loneliness and lack of conveniences. Grandview Addi- tion strikes the happy medium -far enough out to be quiet cool and pleasant but reached by two car lines and supplied with telephone- connection electric lights and all other conveniences. No Interest No Ta No Mort xes a 6 For the home builder Grandview offers exceptional opportunities. In the first place Grandview lots are selling on easy terms $10.00 down $5.00 a month enabling you to buy more than if you had a large cash payment to make. Then Grandview lots are level requiring little or no grading. Again Grandview has good soil so your...

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