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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

Wednesday May 25 1910. : lit FNIOY A flPyfffl LeiSt Jj -S Ifm M Your "Pr Vacation M REGAL Oxfords because they never chafe the heel or pinch but keep your feet cool and com- fortable even though you walk climb of standi all day long. Regal quarter- sizes afford you the same excel fit as made-to-measure shoes. Come in for a perfect-fitting pair of Regals before you start on your vacation and your pleasure will not be marred by foot-troubles. Lerner Shoe $350 $400 $goo CONCERT AT FORT BLISS OX THURSDAY EVENING There will be a concert at Fort Bliss Thursday from 8 to 9. Following- is the program: 1- March "Show Folks" "Wenrick 2. Overture "Don Juan" Mozart S. "By the River" Morse i. -Selection "Falka" Chassaigne 5. Piccolo Solo "Through the Air".. 3Damm . Sergt. H. Kravltz. 1 6j Two-step "The Great American Favorite" DeVille Otis Majowski Chief Musician Rabbi Schecbter can be found at Rob- inson's market 114 North Stanton St.. between 6 and 8 oclock a. m. and be- tween 3 and 5 oclock p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

Wednesday Mar 25 1910. L INE PAGE IAL AND MAG Established April IS81. The EJ Paso Heraid includes aiso. by absorption and succession. The Dailv News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal The Republican The Bulletin 31EMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. TfBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the Postoffice in El Paso Tex. as Second Class matter. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. HERALD TELEPHONES. Bell Business Office 115 Editorial Rooms 2020 Society Reporter 1019 Advertising department 116 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. v Daily JSte'rald 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 Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state in his communication both the old and the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

"Wednesday May 25 1910. &PjaSk hot tnscoif L PASO HERALD ! nnnnrriT ibiitii W2?Mr Pi ?Lyi feF- 2ij?st5ii. a? &rT-wm 7 iL nll BaKi!!f Fwr BPG911i f$al!"6 fha m-ow . ELECT REPUBLICAN FOR BISBEE MAYOR Earli Party Elects Five in City Woman Faints. Other Accidents. Bisbee Ariz. May 25 Five Demo- crats and five Republicans were elected to city offices the election resulting in favor of Dr. Edmundson Republican for mayor; Jos. McKeehany Democrat for city clerk; Jas. McDonald Democrat street superintendent; B. Watkins Re- publican city marshal; Gilman Hughes and Newman Democrats and Tonkins Quick and Creasy Republicans for al- dermen Mrs. Corez an old woman fainted while on her way home. She attri- buted her weakness to excessive v-slicing' around town in order to keep tao on the election results. A carriage in which Ed "Witteg and a boy were driving was upset at School 21111. Mr. Witteg- sustained a sprained wrist. A can of kerosene exploded at the Xlepper residence in Dubacher can...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 TVcdnesday May 25 1910. jNumercuj Happy In -Social Circles l 5 ftutf7 & & m yr - rBh. taft BR aHv hK B B 3 ' y$ff -O' J 17JL CL I JPJV& 3lM JPSlJ1Z& . During vacation boys wear out more shoes than when they go to school. They are out all day play- ing which wears out shoes quickly. "We just re- ceived the strongest Elk shoes ever made for boys. If not satisfactory just bring them back and get a new pair and no questions asked. Little Gents' Elk Shoes Fat ? Youths' Elk Shoes &$ for....: & Boys' Elk Shoes &$ for 9ll CTjf&d y GREATER EL PASO'S GREATEST-SHOE STORE K zSWWv&w WP&&W mSwefl&C JJI JzjjnF- "company ALWAYS OPEN BASER ELECTRIC VICTORIA WAVERLY ELECTRIC WAGONS MAXWELL ROADSTERS MAXWELL TOURING CARS DIAMOND TIRES &GODBICH PALMIER WEB ELECTRIC TIRES r A C2rvT T1VTCT Tfc a Tr rT "KTTFiTTm 1 K 1jrXlKWiJXJ.JLU .L-MLX UJK( iJLUTiii lili REPAIR SHOP TUBES VULCANIZED DAY NIG-HT OR ' SUNDAYS WE ALWAYS HAVE CARBIDE STORA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

EE PASO HERALD Wednesday May 25 1910. J- HrifrTf-Z THE FREEZING POINT "1 White Mountain Fr NEVER FAILS -Remember That 7V A 1 hi reezer i ei i wiggaytM-gi. It is positively the best Freezer that you can buy at any price. They run easier freeze quicker and last longer than anv other kind. J -t "We have the following sizes at the below prices: 2 quart size $2.50 3 quart size f '9 4 quart size -3.o0 6 quart size $4-00 8 quart size $5.00 ARCTIC FREEZERS A good serviceable Freezer that is inexpensive and gives satisfaction too 2 quart Arctic Freezer . . $2.25 3 quart Arctic Freezer $2.75 4 quart Arctic Freezer . .' $3.00 6 quart Arctic Freezer $3.50 I Q0 EL PASO- -TEXAS. 1 Wi iHK the critests who -were: Mesdames H. F. "Wright George OKver W. TV. Follett S. Engelking W. C. Barnes Howard Thompson O. A. Danielson Empress Arrington It. B. Smith A. M. Walthall TTilliain Graves Misses Hoffman Mc- Quarter Franklin Ella Preston Hestor Abbatt Hughes Seamonds Page Car- I rick. White. j j On next We...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

Wednesday May 25 1910. EE PASO HERALD 10 Only 5 more business days in which to buy the splendid bargains we are now giving in Diamonds and Watches. This is positively the last call that will be given El Paso people to take advantage of our Removal Sale Prices. $4000.00 Worth of Goods Must Be Sold By June 1st we must sell $4000.00 worth of goods. The diamond values we are offering' speak for themselves. See the window display come in and examine the jewelry itself. Bring a diamond expert along with you or take the stones to an expert. He will tell you as we do that never before in El Paso have such values been given in diamonds. On E. E-. "Watches such as "B. W. Eay- mond" "Yanguard" and "Veritas" both in gold filled and nickel cases we are quoting prices that are positively the lowest at which E. E. -Watches have ever been sold: We Positively Discontinue ike Loan Business We have sold our loan business outright to Mr. Arthur J.Pullan. This department will be absolutely discontinued ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

The Herald's Sporting Mews TWne.sa.iy iiay 25 1010. j BA.SO rT sf5?" ihe neraia s sporting news ll i 3 2J ' r tf J . . icmBB THE STWEMMyPm S In El Fas the Ideal Section ' S kAWWWmmTlf if A 1 ! mSf 'For a Summer Home Is ffif. - HlIM ACCWJNf TP ps? p Hill! 1 1 1 1 1 ! I i If You Would Know the VaSue of f$ony Try to Borrow Many a "good fellow" needs just such a jolt to land him back on the right path. Then a savings account however small the beginning if steadily added to will lead him to financial independence. & 0 starts an interest account. SB Percent interest on savings accounts in- f8 terest compounded every 6 months. b Percent interest on time Jeposits. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES $2.50 A YEAR GliPIIllii HATI8HAL &3l illl IF 0OSMZ&2E EI pS Texas r 'Bm&Sl'mffi&r JrtU I Ull nqpr sJUi L By N. M. Walker 9 L GOTHENEIX'S groat is got. The Arizona baseball writers are notv on the warpath for little boy blue's topnot and It is up to Tic "Wall- ing to import another indicator...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

H 12 Wednesday May 25 1910. PERSONAL. uhmiv m.ATinio 75 vears. Mexican dark comolexion. 5 feet tall lame when walking left his room at Calle- jon Hidalgo May 1C. and has not been seen since. Notify Chief Jenkins u found. His son Juan Claudio. will P-v for the trouble. LOST FOUND. 10 REWARD for the return of Sc0 collie dog about 1 year old; large io. age. F. M. Murchison. Phone isOO- LOST A trunk of clothes at the n" station Saturday receiving by mistake a trunk of physician's or dentists in struments. Salv. Rojas ertiz. 3- Juarez Ave.. C. Juarez. . mpovnnv S0 LOST SATURUAi Ai.iE-iu.v-. T-- check made to Maria Ron o-.- t.- v.nflnrsed by Maria Reardon LR Saeng and Bl P o Tent & Awning Co.. H. J. Collins. Return to H. J. Collins. Reward. FOUND Bicycle. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this notice. Atlas Brick Co. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED 31ALE. VWXTED A 1 rock quarry foreman must understand the handling of ail kinds of powder thoro...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

fi 13 Wednesday May 25 1910 STOCKS AND BONDS COPPERS GRAIN AND PROVISIONS LIVESTOCK WOOL AND COTTON. EL PASO HERALD i i v Too Late I o Classify 1 oo Lace to Classify Financial and One Cent a Word No Ad. Less Thaa 25c Commercial BO YOU OWN A HOME? HAVE YOU MONEY ENOUGH IN THE BANK TO BUY ONE? HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE YOU TO SAVE THE MONEY TOPAY FOR ONE? WOULD YOU BUY ONE IF YOU COULD WITH THE MONEY YOU PAY OUT FOR RENT? These are live questions and have a vital interest for YOU. Upon the way von answer them depends your future independence. We are in the business of starting people upon the road to In- dependent ownership of El Paso real estate the best investment on earth. Through the medium of small monthly payments we assist you to secure a home upon which you pay rent which applies upon the purchase price of the propertv. It takes only a short time to acquire a place of your own. and in the meantime you are only paying the same rent to yourselves that otherwise jou would pay to a la...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

EL. PASO HERALD Wednesday May 25 1910. Taller Eesidnet Anxious to Have Boad Built and Is Willing to Help. IimIINTY M (IN FY H ' The Eiffht Eoute East tt?WWPSm The 'Eight Eoute East. Hp0 bMLU 1L! ! Summer : sU j0m&3iFF - lime eh i lulu i LLdu Kates MW cJHX sawo the court decided for bids for the -construc- road. to be opened on J.I Schairer who A iWCt3 11 lCll 1V7 tl MMLM 1 liC 1 OlIO Wlnff WT. JyfsS&w tables show ! Jline 1 St tO : gy the time sav- OZ 1 CLOUDGROFt" OPENS S5JLm A &J?&!r CLOUDCROFT OPENS Fl P 1 ICIjL 30lO - -WEDNESDAY JUNE 1st. Sgg WEDNESDAY JUNE 1st. J til Y&O aild their I I Return Limit . Tl Ani-o . eastern cities: aaaC i &'- ViiLatL U? 4 Webb Oct 31t f 1H 171 v f$iirseF Low Round Trip Summer Rates Go Into Effect Next St. Louis Wednesday June 1st. Whether You Begin Your Trip 7 Hours '"' Then or Later Do Not Fail to Go hy Kansas Citv " . Special j tnnn hpf.ween hi Paso nun eastern 1 II In order that the proposed Clint-Fa-bens load might be exte...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

THT. "PASO TTRRATJj Wednesday May 25. 1910a ...iiinmm iii-rnrr-nrmm ttm i ' ' - " " L i --" w-l-""'"" P'i.i.wjewmmiw...v.-i.-ciBBB3rai i Mfc.csBEHi :- ll XA !JL SKr Sil H FllJi Wi jSI f-rff Jx 1 I iirV '? -ri r"H Av4 ?' Jt$ tts gool breezes 3 ALL 4B0ABD FOR THE FOLLCWIKG HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. YOTT CAN WEAR 2fISSJ r-r .Tnr.nrnnrirnTTDcT k am-wrs. ctt a TV"- -vrnmr.Q a tud OTTTKT RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LllisKA- TURE MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FALLOWING ADVERTISED RESORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HERALD OrFiCE. 7 3S24J mm -imt-a t: a w ? - H I Q 15 Li u &a eK U Hi v. . . I i. . f ."31X !&... BXJffl 2&mtiS jg u fiJjB JEvR i m 2h Greatest Mountain In the World jyggs DELIGHTFUL AVERN SPEND A VACVTION A MILE ABOVE THE SEA A:D EIJO"i THE MOU.V- TIN AII1 MOG THE GREAT TEES ADf OAKS. M MMER H VTFJ R? T'K'.T T1AV I OR AN OCTNGr AT ' LOf- MI. Vt II II TTrri TT-K-TT' TIfTrT.5 COTTAGES and APART- MENTS WILL. BE FOUND Huntington Beach. Balboa Newport Beach Bay City...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 May 1910

"Wednesday Slay 25 1910 rL Over 1000 Dozen of These Towels Will Go On Sale Tomorrow Morning smxi&x r aie oi lin Underwear Continues the Balance of the Week Our sale 5f Undermuslins is at- tracting scores of eager buy- ers. The garments are so fresh so dainty so well made and so remarkably low priced! Lots have been re-arranged for the balance of the week's selling. COMBINATION SUITS $1.50 and $1.75 Combination Suits 98c $2.00 and $2.25 Combination Suits $1.39 $3.00 and $3.25 Combination Suits $1.38 Other lots at $1.95 to $2.98 and up. SALE OF PETTICOATS. These Petticoats are cut extra full. They are made of best quality white materials and trimmed with lace and embroideries. $1.25 and $1.50 Petticoats 98c $2.00 Petticoats $1.39 $250 and $2.75 Petticoats $1-88 $3.50 and $3.75 Petticoats $2.95 SALE OF CHEMISE Embroidery and lace trimmed Chemise smade of fine cambric and nainsook num- berless dainty styles to select from some have narrow ribbon trimming. Three lots are as follows: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

' All the News Herald Prints It First Willie It'a Fresh. EI Paso Texas Timrday Evening May 26 1910 --- 10 Pages EL PASO B 1UH COMPANIES ARL CISIDE1G fft v Agents Have Returned to D alias and Actuary's Men Are Making Heinspections Here State Insurance Com- missioner Defends Law and A. Schwartz As- sails It Pump Station to Be Rebuilt. What El Paso may expect from the Insurance companies will be known be- fore the end of the present week. The special agents of the companies who were here to investigate the Insurance situation have returned to Dallas and will hold a meeting with C. B. Roulet the actuary for the companies at his office either Thursday or Friday. The special agents will report to the actu- ary what they found in El Paso and upon this report will depend the fu- ture course of the insurance companies toward the city. The reinspection of the city is being made by the actuary's representatives as fast as requests are received from the local insurance agents and property owner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

J' a 11. QaAI fSJ nZl. YOUNG FELLOW'S S & j jdF fev Ui JLAaMi kdii"jnLiuiAM. ju?&cv&k&e - r - - bv w v.v mxt. . w i Began Monday and all our high class Millinery included. KNOX and PHIPPS Tailored Hats" are absoluteh going at one-half the regular price. ALL FLOWERS AND OSTRICH PLUMES ARE INCLUDED. SALE NOW GOING ON The Herald's STORING HAY AT LAS CRUCES Produce Exchange Members ffilling Wcrehouse Lo- cal iSfews lotes. Las Cruces ST. 2tL May 26. T. C. Phil- Jlpps. manager of the Produce exchange is preparing for the storage of hay by the members of the exchange. About 100 tons have already been stored. Miss Beth Foster has gone to Chicago to attend the School of Education. Mrs. Bettie Clements has returned to her home In South Dakota after spend- ing several months with her sister Mrs. Sherwood who has been sick. Morris Freudenthal proprietor of the Don Bernardo""hotel spent "Wednesday In the Pass Cltj'. Nicholas Galles is in Silver City. R. P. Porter and family have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

EL FASQ HERALD j $ m Thursday. Mav 26. 1910. 15 ATIPIPr B8ZSS8533E gg&sgsgg Chicest Meatsr AND Finest Poultry You cannot be too particular about the kind of meat you eat especially during the summer and the high Soecial cost of living should remind you that you cannot af ford to pay too high prices for meat. For those two reasons your orders should come here. We sell only the most select meats and at let-live prices. Send us a trial order tomorrow and you will become a regular customer. SPECIALS FOE SATURDAY. Prime rib roast per lb 15c Shoulder roast per lb. ' 10c Home dressed hens dressed and drawn per lb 25c WEINER WURST MADE DAILY. arket Bell Phone 136. i 1 nriL r n i i I slB J nr S By Uharies lutein f-f J W illustrations s and Intra Decree. Arthur Hornblow cc na iZ w -r Ray WalteTS A Narrative Ur metropolitan Life I i f I I Copyright 1910. by O. W. Dillingham Co. 1 5 1 .. . . I...l..l..0. i w I Almost angrily he an- H Lots of China Silk Waists pitz 213 N. Stanton St. SYNOPSI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

The Herald s Sporting News The Herald's Sporting News Thursday May 26 1910. harbuce: reducing flesh somewhat Funny Stunt to Watch Him Chase Balls in Tight Clothes. (By Lee Hamilton") It's a funn stunt to -natch Frank Earbuck parading about Washington park in a baseball uniform -working 011t or attempting to work out with bis Huskies. That's what he's been doing ever since the team was pulled ' together but his stunts at practice have to be seen to be appreciated. Frank doesn't deign to pull off this matinee when the grandstand's filled and everybody's -waiting for the call of play. Ah no. He keeps discreetly on th coaching lines or rests serenel un- ' derneath the canvas toppHl plaers tench. But take a run out there some da -when the boys are at practice. "When Eli Cates appeared a few times in this league everyone gave lum the plum as champion heavyweight of the t whole circuit. But Harbuct could ge him about 50 pounds and then beat him j out. His uniform is so tight that one hoi !...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

News Of the Great Southwest Thursday lEay 26 1910. XT8' fews Of the Great Southwest 5 Mil. WILL BSILL DEEP WELLS AT DOTJ&LAS JKrmK T ffi K O jilRk throws 11 Jill 111 yoy frwmihT Tit" 1 " 1 n 1 v v 7 BBBBmBSSBB air and we can PROVE IT! DANDERINE is lo the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarating stimulating and life-producing properties cause the hair to grow abundantly long strong and beautiful. It at once imparts a sparkling brilliancy and vel- vety softness to the hair and a few weeks use will cause new hair to sprout all over the scalp. Use it every day for a short time after which two or three times a week will be sufficient to complete whatever growth you desire. v- A Isdy from St. Peal writes in substisco. as follows: "When I began using: Danderine my hair would not come to my shoulders and no'sr It Is away below my hips." Another from Newark N. J. " I haTo been using Dande...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

AGAZINE PAGE Thursday May 26 1910. EDITORIAL A EL PAS Established April. 1SS1. The El Paso Herald lnc' udes aiso. 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 A3IER- NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the Postoffice in El P aso Tex. as Second Class matter. Dedicated to the service of -the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. HERALD TELEPHONES. J Bell Business Office lljj Editorial Rooms -JJ-" Society Reporter 1019 Advertising department no Auto 1115 2020 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year. 7. Weekly Herald per year S2. The? Daily Herald is delivered bv carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. Port Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at GO cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -will please state in his ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

PA! 72ZET ESSEl 0 9 Is what vou wj gjsgaaEgaaKEsieEgriitfWll i "m' m A badlv writt eked dollars. II ? If So Let Lander Figure Your Bill For BEST LUM- BER and BEST PRICES LUMBER SASH DOORS SHINGLES Etc. . 1700 TEXAS STREEr J Bell Phone 282 Auto Phone 1282 Wh urms Your Home f Or want anything to be found at a strictly first class furniture store remember we carry the largest stock I the latest styles and tie best quality of goods. Our prices are always the lowest. You'll save time and money by coming here. f Estimate's furnished without any obligation on 3 our part whatever. r JT f i V el 1 f T X I n iiiicier araware Everything the contractors want at the very low- est prices; all goods guaranteed. Summer Goods Gasoline Stoves Garden Hose Screen and Screen Doors Ice Cream Freezers And everything for those who already have their homes. 'The prices are right and it will pay you to walk down here and investigate for yourself. ussmm&5mmKfczmmHRi sESfJBmlmfe tf&jwwm mm tmr ifflaffr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 May 1910

L FASO HERALD LOST Pin' and wishuiS Kc ward. LOST BUI bi book on Nation Phone 2Z1Z. 11 rii'i Reward. T. Ia...n 'T".sUlKe LOST A fink o station Saturday a trunk f phjsicr r J Hi. s s in- strumentF. al Vtr 13! Juarez A f . C. Jua." Kelp and Sital ions In and Aroti E Paso KELP WANTED 2LALE. WASTED-A l? Tn afiAnl 'Til ' must understand the handling f" kinds of powder thoroughly and mut . speak Spanish. Apply w v.. xx. " j zsupt. jirae ua"'-" 1 FIRSTCLASS BARBER WANTED D. V. Sanchez. Socorro X. M. WANTED General blacksmith steady .Wl- rrnnA nnv Tor 7-12:111. man. .-U- ! i-. tt1 n Ppfprson. Deminsr. N. M. ! P. O. box 94. TiTiiT.T.P'.Tm WANTED Cyclone and Star machines; pay $5. .charge $1 a day j hnard: stead v iob for a good man. In reply state experience and references j . C -rv -. - . -tr!! ! AQaress xx. 101 cuic niaiu. WANTED Assistant bookkeeper and stenographer; male. Must give refer- ences. Apply to A. EL Hilton Mercan- tile company San Antonio X. M. WANTED AT ONCE: Experienced tank...

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