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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

13 " The Eight Eoute East. Pupils of St. Ignatius and Sacred Heart Will En tertain. in rroi Saturday, June 4, 1910. T 1 fP SThe Eight Eoute East. Ot. ummer , ActSSSM Time Saved From El Paso m m raso i prapiinanromii 1 8 6 J B i a 4 m tKs 1 vi kS W W $3 L4JLfJ3 The commencement exercises of Sa cred Heart and St- Ignatius parochial schools -will bo' held Sunday at 3 p. m. In Sacred Heart hall. Thet program follows: 1. Opening Hymn to St. Cecilia Sacred Heart1 School 2. Address Adolf o Salinas 3. Grandpa, Come and Bance "With Me St. Ignatius School 4. Conferring of Palner Awards. 5. The Children's Frolic Sacred Heart School 6. Recitation, "A Brave Fireman"... . . Amalla Ochoa 7. "El Que la Hace la Pagn" ' Sacred Heart School Sainete en Un Acto 8. "The Minuet" Luisa Gallegos 9. My Mama's Waiting There St. Ignatius School 10. Pantqmine, "The Conquered Ban ner" Romelia Miner 11. Joan of Arc Drill Sacred Heart School 12. The Pussy Cat Band Sacrod Heart School 13. Recitation J. H- Iaievano ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

EL PASO HEIiALB Saturday, June 4, 1910. - Chmgs Lost and Found; Personals and Pnhlir Notices LOST FOUND. LOST An automobile crank to a Reo automobile. Return to Austin & Matr. Reward- LSTA lady's WlSikiSSTdrS S. Liberal reward at fcchaeffers dru0 store. 204 Mesa Ave. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED MALE. TELEGRAPHY iS tfJXCHJ l.cion great demand for operators; sltvon sure, expenses low. Address Dallas Telegraph college. Dallas, .ejeaa. wanted Experienced man to fill or- ders. pack goods, wait on customers; automobile supply house. Address M. 399, care Herald. W4JSTED Men at Los Angeles. Nu expense to learn trade of electricity, automobiles, plumbing, bricklaying by actual work on contract jobs. Onl few months required: 200 students last ?ear Catalog free. U. T. School Con. Co., Los Angeles. HUSTLERS WANTED EVERYWHERE Profits ?5 to $25 daily. It's cash and all yours. Own the business yourself. Work from your home. No -capital re nulred. No canvassing. A new ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, June 4, 1910. 15 i oo Late i o A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent In care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week after being bulle tined: B 341 It 3S2 I. 309 K. 23 E. 40 N. 31 G L. X. 28 H. & P P- 30 H C. "W. H. L. Z. T. X. J. C. z- r. Z. J. 25S " Mining Stock J 20G 31 St 380 369 2J. 399 21 W iTED STENOGRAPHER Must bo reliable, not rapid but careful; work easy, wages good, position permanent. J., care Herald. MAIL ORDER BUSINESS for sale or trade, suitable for man or woman; good profits. Require only small investment. W., car Herald. FURNISHINGS of a neat 5 room cot tage, close in. with garage, stables and huggy sheds, for sale cheap or will trade for diamonds; rent reasonable. K , care of Herald. FOE SALE REAL ESTATE. MESILLA VALL2TX FARMS FOR SALE. We have lands at La Union, Cham berino, Berlno and Anthony, the real "Heart of the Mesilla Valley." If you contempl...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

Saturdav, June 4, 1910 EL PASO HERALD u. 41 it! I 2 1 l Latest aeid JVlst Artistic Ideas In OffSce4SqHifog. Construction Brought Here First Hand j By Architects. Hi Orancie VaBiey Hasping Step With EB Fas Sett-Sing Up Fast: This Land Richer Than the Valley of the Hiver NiBe: I j j Perhaps the most significant signs of the progress and development that is attracting the attention of the United States to El Paso is the erection of beautiful, artis tic buildings which, in addition to representing the most modern and up-to-date structures in point of incorporat ing the latest features of eastern and northern skyscrap ers are rich in architectural art and design. The creations of the master minds in building design are being injected with little regard for cost into the great office buildings now in the process of erection and when completed they will give El Paso one more asset over her sister cities. When the skyscrapers were planned and designed, the advantages to be derived from erec...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

X Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads, on Pages 183 14 and 15. Real Estate, Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13, 14 and 15. I E.L PASO HERAXD RE!E BACHE'S BUDGET. DR. WILLET M. HAYS TELLS HOW THE THING MAY BE BONE. ' How an Acre of Land Will Be Made to Yield Twice as Much Corn or Wheat To Double the Cow's Yield of Milk and Butter What Scientific Breeding Is Doing for Farm Animals. "Washington, I. C, June 4. "The scientific breeding- of plants is destined In the not distant future to go a long way toward keeping down "food prices in this country," said Dr. Willet M. Hays, assistant secretary of agricul ture, yesterday. "Were it not for this prospect, we should, with an expecta tion of 200,000,000 population 60 years from now, have reason to fear a con dition of affairs -wherein good things to eat would be beyond the reach of most folks. "Take the case of corn for example. It is our greatest cereal the Ameri can grain crop par excellence. At the prese...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

5 Yai & 3 B? fiks3 m f rk la w 13 ol B ti J?m xjL LP S & ill M &Jr BJ I &S55 QUE BOOKS Skin, Eidney, Rectal and Bladde: Diseases, Chronic Diseases, Dis Bases of Men, Diseases of Women. Will be sent to any address in a plain sealed envelope FREE of charge provided you mention this paper and inclose four cents, the actual cost of postage. They will prove interesting reading to all, no matter whether sick or not, as they discuss not only the causes, changes and treatment of the above class of afflictions, but, they also tell how to prevent many dis- CONSULTATION", EXAMINATION AND AD" Office Hours: 9 a. in., Rooms 9-12 KftM FRANK G. CARPENTER'S LETTER. M ML A JLdtf y QUEER FEATURES OF CALCUTTA, THE CITY OF PALACES AND' HOVELS. '"The Black Hole" of 1910- and Other Hotel Features. Gay Scenes on the Maidan Government Buildings. Pilots Who Make $700 a Month Fortunes in Jute. How the Country Grows Fifty Millions in Thirty Years Some Reasons for the Unrest. Copyright. 1910. by...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

Ht T 1 A PA iH fy.iaMl'ti Jiu H E Xl; JltoS aJkJi 3 3 i SD 2E2: Hf cU, a CoprrlKhted. 1910. by the American Examiner. Great BrlU'n nights Resenred ff I 7 if ZrYf 7 c RIGHTO.' UNDVEhT) V N A w 7 Tf- - 1 1T'6 ALL OFF RUN - l L-i IBBBBBB J(SX i5S ,T JL-jLt j" V- - !7 YAW WELL, IFN ' M DOWN 5TWRSUND GET) T -rMlT ALL YOU -HHUMp7suPP0X Pnl ) ., 3 . &4lM -2Y Wfc HHi L0NJESJ -73 HE SHOULD VAKE R lt TAKE) " ""-T -V? ' AB0UT lI -T SmA U "-B- S V0T ? - UP- VOTSEN 4 A CHANCE -Cn-- 0- l72 -- f-AX) BETTER MAKtJ-- rf lV - - I y -i v 1 1 g Ifta g&J? I 1 1 o S r -S :ILZZL-J y mv N oTltA . " - - rs ,- vTHIPn j$ZF ' MwntrLi-nCf) A TW57Q1 ' (TROW DISS PAY ON A -v lWELL1 T U UJ 7 r11?7 ( 155 NO W01D LIKE X -v -vA VV" rfhpSf ?wf ( VA ( JER CAPTAIN SAID A TeLCOmF ' s n -v ; HE WOULDN'T DO it) ( J-Mr-r7i I JF . Trrptr mc i, Jk TOR NOBODY jlSE! J 01mR!J J ff GlFF ME x W-'HOTiM .PV SSjMi' A - -x AhHANY VEAR5 HAS PASSED DOT VE HATF 3IN TD6THm) V I r 1 1 a r?i mr W&Mk1c: " fk Apn I ui N0W '55 ver u...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

EL PASO HERALD H . , Tfcr w. I El ll Jufnerouf Happy STJr - I i 3r I n oca Circle dp r f Dale I A The Adjustment t ss ot biasses piecess and the shoes f probable that they will be compelled to take off ,ed. Come and take a look whether you buy or not. oxfords, viei kid and patent rer price up to $3.00, Broken lots of colored sue' ankle ties and pumps, former jl oxfords, Mow $12 i ft! y. n '! J il f V3K AH Tan Oxfords, Ankle ties and pumps, former price up to $4.00, Special Sale Price 13 These shoes will not be exchanged. (Th&m y GREATER EL PASO'S GREATEST SHOE STORE This sale to last a limited time onlv. 0p jt gB p r& -j jb M "IBP " .m-. "r " .1! p-y jJMfJE- CQMPAHY Can this be Summer, though the gentle hent Has swept the roses on a wind of June, And borne their fragrnnce to my aimless feer That go unheeding 'nenth a ghostly moon? And all the poplar vagrire and motionless, And all the lights soft in a Ilver-grny: Can this be so, and with asich loveliness Can this be Summer, ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

EL-PAS t - W1&T assfa!Sga a. ats H blSuM-il Vloii Jd values in higl special offers we Lakeview Well Under Con trol After Spouting Lakes of on. Light and Monday wjll snoppj from a1 most eery 1 Jl'-' F "R 93P 7Qi 1 A . ?t JIpOI J J& -LHi jJJfiSil fig-Si lOMLsl PUT IT IN OR THE BE WW li 6'clK.lrf GREAT rrv AFC CRUIVl Eveiy man should create a foundation for suc cess before old age crumbles Ms earning powers. A small savings account started today, XOW, will start you on the road to independence. The farther you travel on this road the less you will wish to turn aside. starts an interest account. 4 Percent interest on savings accounts, in terest compounded every 6 months. Percent interest on time deposits. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES, $2.50 A YEAR SSTiOMAL BIHK OF GOHIERGE, B Paso, Texas HEARST DEMES1 BEING ROBBED OF $25,000 IX MILAN Says He Has Xot-ecn There; Scores Paris Herald as Bieiiiluator of Untruths. The following statement appears In the London papers from Mr. Hearst: I have no...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

R'lT'P A T"TI e 4, i9ia The Herald s Sporting News PhiladelphisHH To rkHH Boston aWWKisldB Tejxnn Leajnie. Oklahoma C.ty at Tort TTorth. Shreveport at Dallas. Galveston at "Wsuo- Houston at San Antonio. - Cactus Ijeasrue- El Paso at Bisbee. Douglas at Cananea. HOW THEY STAND. National I.cas:e-'u Played. "Won: Upst. Pet. Thieaso 37 2o jl2 .676 New York 39 25 14 .641 Pittsburg- 39 23 16 .590 Cincinnati 36 IS IS .500 St. Louis 40 20 20 .500 Brooklvn 40 18 22 .450 Philadelphia 34 13 21 .382 Boston 40 14 2G .359 American LeagBe. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Philadelphia 36 26 10 .722 New York 34 v 23 11 - .676 Detroit 40 24 16 .600 Boston 2C ' 20 16 -556 Cleveland 33 15 v IS .455 Washington 39 16 23 -410 Chicago 32 12 20 .375 St Louis 36 7 29 .194 J " Texas JLeafcue. ; Played. Won. Lost. Pet. 'Houston 46 28 18 -609 .San Antonio 44 26 IS .591 vGalveston 46 26 20 .565 Dallas 46 24- 22 .522 t Shreveport 47 23 24 .489 Fort Worth . 45 21 24 .467 f Oklahoma City ..45 20 25 .444 Waco y 44 14 30 .318...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

iri M, &VS3& 5U Wl fT 1 II Saturday e Herald, s V Just A Month and Who Will Be1 t5?2 T 3 i -- Til- Ip ffll rh C. E. Van Loan Compares Kube Waddell and . "Bugs" Raymond. (By C. E. Van Lonu.) New York, June 4. In the race foi distinction as the most erratic, eccen trie and daffy pitcher in the bl? leagues "Bug's" Raymond is leading bjr an elbow over our old friend, G. Ed ward Waddell, known to fame and a portion of Missouri as the "Rube." The battle between G. Edward and the "Bug" has been a cloe one. For "many moons Waddell held the belt for ec centricity. If he had not been a won derful baseball player, he would have been chucked to the minors years ago. but pitchers like Waddell are so rare that they must be preserved to the game. We all remember the sorrows of Os car Hainiuerstein and the many tribu lations forced upon him by his singers, particularly the women. A woman with n wonderful voice can fret away with any thing short of murder in the first degree by blaming It up...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

V. r.. JC' JW. & lis CopyrlsMed. 1910. by tbi Amertan-Examlner. Great Britain Rights Reserved. T 0 rZ&ZZS?SZ7A Y,ysswyxw?x- JO. , irs H OK LA1 OH JOY1 If A k " ,- , ' WHAT VIU- CLEMENTINE ) I YK i H BRING ME A STEAK I gJW - XE WQRK i - A. lfcD'O AN j VAV j Mfm w'r- " f"BEHOiI' your J JN. I AnatolE HanKgBBHf T, ie. T' s ? ( HE ,s NoW Hhbhhbmk rr i flMfrvl Hw HE HAS WORK! IMLJC1 WM&ZlgljBm OH LOVE' " BtTTJm-B'l f HE OES COME HnHBHHBY WSbil; 7 TO TELL HE W $ixSa4 MfSmmKm go mow back BBBBBhY ftf? J. aHby 2ARE is A bBBHbbt JsgsPy. i- -mT vTj iL gent z at BmmBIBBmT?; Jt" ami ? D7 WANT STEAK Pffly Pr - I An 'onions Ki "Q v f'WHPCT CAR.E ?BAH ! I I JHI Ypg) ? I 2l I l GmT E PLENTY WORK fefl mfhzfr. ' 7wwP?3 V5?I VvHEN i TEU-CLEMENTINE h I (si W'WlL J&- i knowshesay'mevaire Mi p(AU : pS !2fi3P 1 Mind anatole "zey areI ?U3 TS&yl "" VljOafers ! "j " sfifip The Boys' Pepper Foxy Grandpa and Little Brother with Their Putty-Blowers, but Soon. Wish That They Had Not Done So. X....

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

The Heralds SportinH3 Saturday Free One Monlth Longer for Dr. Mackey Has Exten His Services Free for One Month Owing to the large mimlaer of invalids who have called on Dr. Mackex and haTe been unable to see him, this Specialist has by request consented to continue.giving his services free " One Month Longer, From June 1st Until July 1st i ixius is nox a cnanty oner, uui is given vi a iuinieu time,) for advertising purposes, to rapidly introduce himself and f,enable all to test his skill and to prove to all chronic invalids that he can cure the most complicated cases of Caiarrh in all forms. Deafness and Ear diseases, such as noises and discharges, $Tervous Diseases, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Diseases of the Stomach and 'Liver, Indigestion, Eheumatism, Piles, Ulcers, Blood Poison, Varicocele, all Diseases of Men and Diseases Peculiar to Women, which will be TREATED FREE UKTIL CURED, Provided You Begin Treatment During the Free Month. You only pay for the medicine used for the cur...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 4 June 1910

&SO HERALD WSmSSSSi Copyright, 1910, By G. W. Dillingham Co LECTRIC GO. S just re! ;ed Clucked & Lobsters 210-212 STEEL KEGS ,WAY ig in 100-lb. 150, 23 and Se f Us or Write for Prices on Hammocks, a. rtxr arry w-uxag in tile Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line. SHELTON-PAYNE ASMS CO. rir RAILROADS MAKE VPPEAX.S TO PEOPLE. Jfe More KcIIro?d Improvements Will Be 3Cade Tnle8 lfcc Rnte,( Are liaised, Tier Declare. .. i . -w Qlrmilf-Tiniici ir ft& "yc tmicago, June -.- "- - - Tr .peals to -- r--v'" made by the USt ,westernky ine xnxnois 3W-, ? "TATMBBWi fl7 Vfitk 15 Cents a J-mnd SATURDAY ON) &5&4SS, COIfFECTIONEEY COMPANY C S. PICKRlSLL, Mgr. N. Qretron St. Pione 347 , Hanan We would like io have you see our line of Shoes and Before buying your Summer Footwear JIKr)5 m5 J9 JF i I I I . . XlJt Tesas St Auto1 WHITE LEAD our factory a good second 1 Railway White Lead, ground in kegs. 12 1-2 lb. kegs. 0, ,ter Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham telr,bnef to the "man in the street and ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 6 June 1910

EI Paso, Texas, Monday Evening, June 6, 1910 12 Pages All the News Herald Prints It First White It's Fresh. n 9 In Nicara cd.j $ HH vl io nniiRT is PFi FfimTiiii 1 LEFT ABOUT FOR FOURTH DIM WORK TO BE BIG U. S. Not Nanmng Secretary Ballinger's Orders Are Emphatic Mexican Treaty Did It. SAYS THIS MUST BE CARRIED OUT The letter of secretary of interior Ballinger ordering the -work on Ele phant Butte dam to proceed ahead of all other reclamation undertakings, be cause of its international character, as told in The Herald last -week, leaves no doubt about the earnestness of the government in the master. In part, the letter, which was ivired here in full on request of R. F. Burges, Is addressed to F. H. Newell, director of the reclamation service, says. "On the 19th inst. you "addressed a letter to me in which it was stated among other things, in effect that your office -understood from my letter of the ISth that the construction of the dais should be taken up as soon as possible and wit...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 6 June 1910

The Insurance Question Remains Unsettled I ?m THE WINNING ANSWER. Question Why arc the people of El Paso so unfortunate as to have the recently cre ated Fire Insurance Rate Commission (enacted by the Legislature of the gTeat State of Texas) impose such utterly out rageous, unreasonable, and actually pro hibitive new Fire Insurance rates? Answer The Insurance Companies Xeed the Money." Oh. Mister Heil, you're in a flutter; You have to earn your bread and butter, And for protection against fire Now find you've got to pay much higher. Your ad, I duly scan. Sir, And find, immediately, the answer. For if you'd live on milk and honey You have to pay therefor more money. Call roses weeds they smell the same: Insurance men (what's in a name?) From, other merchants do not differ, 2Jut, arhen they can, make prices stiffer. If competition makes business slower Your rates on suits and hats you lower; But if you do a booming biz Your prices soar like bottled fizz. You "boost E3. Paso to the skie...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 6 June 1910

Monday, June 6, 1910. Jt-4 I? KJ. u. "Lsrocery - 4 Sb T. 4T yster s c e PAons 844-823 Auto Phone 1691 THE HOME OF LOWER PRICES Best Creamery Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00 Fresh Kansas Eggs, per dozen 25c Mountain Park Eggs fresh every day per doz. 40c Fine large New Potatoes, 10 lbs. for 25c 10 lb. pail pure Lard 1-65 5 lb. pail pure Lard 85c 3 lb. pail pure Lard 55c 10 lbs. Cottolene 1.60 4 lbs. Cottolene 65c Extra good quality plain Bacon, per lb 25c Dr. Price's Food, Post Toasties and Hellog's Corn Flakes, 3 for 25c Pet Milk, St. Charles Milk or Pioneer Milk, 3 for. 25c Eagle Milk, per can 15c 6 cans small Columbia or Pet Milk for 25c 2 pkgs. Shredded "Wheat for 25c 2 pkgs. Grape-Nuts for 25c Scotch Oats, per pkg 10c 4 lbs. best bulk Starch for 25c Two 1-lb. pkgs. Gloss Starch for- 15c 5 bars D. C. Soap for 25c 6 bars Pearl White Soap for. . '. 25c 4 bars Fels rTaptha Soap for 25c Large pkg. Gold Dust for 20c 4 large rolls Toilet Paper for 25c 2 pkgs.Twentv Mule Borax for 15c" Full Cr...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 6 June 1910

NeWS Of "the Great Southwest Monday, June 6, 1910. -Buy Your Groceries Here an 3 large cans Pioneer Milk for c Fresh Eggs, O per dozen 3 cans Banquet Corn ty for 5c 5c 5c 4 cans Baltimore Toma toes for 2 3-lb. cans Lemon Cling ey Dnn1iiu frk-r . . c c c c c 3 cans Pink Salmon for - 2 cans Salmon Steak for 3 cans Van Camp's Bak- g Evaporated Pitted. Cher- T; tips, -ner T)kjr ' Baorington Ball Steel A f ru, rvvffoo -nftr lb TtVw Out Coffee, per Staudar Grocery THE CASH STORE. Wholesale ana Retail. Phone Us Your Orders. 208-212 St. Louis St. Bell Phones 357 and 348 I -tS-ULO I9UI. CONCERTS EVERY DAY McOullough's Confectionery Shop on the shady side of .Oregon St., opposite Post office. Chas. McCoIlotigh m a Dave money n. t ni t m -. K. r 25 M rrogress Constant progress has been made in the bus iness of the American National Bank, re sulting in increased deposits. Prompb, courteous service to all, whether accorants be large or small. CHECKING ACCOUNTS ARE fTVITED Capital and Surplus 324...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 6 June 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday, June 6, 1910. 1.1 AT LAST! An Automobile Clearing House Buy An Automobile at Your Own Price WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING OARS IN STOCK: 4 new, 5-passenger Touring cars, each $ 975.00 f classy, doctor's Derrnot Bunabouts, each.- 650.00 1 Chalmers Detroit Touring Car 1000.00 1 new Hupmobile 750.00 1 Maxwell Eunabout 650.00 1 40 h. p. Cadillac 800.00 1 30 h. p. Cadillac Eunabout 1250.00 1 Baby Eeo ! 250.00 1 Oldsniobile Eunabout ' 175.00 1 Ford, 4 cylinder ....'. 225.00 Big line of supplies. Let us know what you want. Out-of-town orders promptly attended to. We guar antee all cars and supplies as represented. We will buy or sell your old car on commission basis. List your car at once with us: quick sales guaranteed. Texas Automobile Clearing House 523 SAN ANTONIO ST., EL PASO, TEXAS T?T!nT.AWrATrrn"Nr Itemy reclamation service, was one of the 'J-JL ihAjavXi " " C,frnntyof TritnAacftt f at 1ia r-rtcwii VISITING- THE CITY tIon" In the Ballinger-PInchot investi gation. ICE...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 6 June 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Monday, June 6. 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. The E) Paso Herald Includes j aiso bf&"j; and succession The Daily News, The Telegraph. The Telegram. The Tribune, - The' oSphS ThS Sun. The Advertiser The Independent, The Journal. The Kepublican. The Bulletin. irrimpp 'nrriTP) PRESS AXD AMER. KBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. T JnteAtat e toe In El aso. Tex., as Second Class matter. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause snajl lack a cham pion. and that evil shall not uhrive unopposed. Business Office HERALD J Editorial Kooms irr-? c-mmi'T-ic Cn.-iotv Tf snorter M Advertising department Daily Herald, por month. The Dally Herald is delivered oy earners u---T: nth . - w j. . r Bliss and Towne. Texas, and Ciuaac juarez,.ie.Muu, u-i. y n.-- ;- ------- u wuuv -"""- A subscriber desiring tne auuits on in his communU-ation both the old nd the COMPLAINTS. cubscriber; failing to set The Herald promptly should call at the office or tPiop...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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