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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

O HERALD S pEgjpP Hl Stock WBK m& Again next week El Paso people will be able to purchase at an underprice everything carrried in our still immense stock. Nothing is reserved! We must move and all stock mustbe sold! Purchasers the previous days of this sale have been surprised at the striking bargains offered. .They will be still further surprised when they come next week and find that prices in manyicases have been still further cut. in fact we have placed on everything in stock a price that is the lowest possible. By comparison considering grade for grade nowhere in El Paso will you be able to find equal values. Removal Sale of Men s hB Be I The Clothing ftOf course the biggest thing in our entire sale is Men's Clothing and the biggest thing in Men's Clothing is the celebrated Schloss Bros. & Co. make. All suits are now radically reduced in price and every overcoat is now on sale at absolute cost. Each suit and qvercoat is marked with a -plain figure and it is an easy matt...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

10 Vni&?A7 'rmn vjJCKaTJ. jb ESk1 I I I It WAS Come TO 1ZT IE?MPi3&y I TtD HAS J 1 YOO CO TO TMt PARADZ.. i jK3aalr" I tN a . Ijot now row wax. i KMV'Jl. t nn rx3V. i I riAVf. to .stay in i -q-j j j?5ak - ; y-px n ' i TK mV EaT..l VT' r - 2 .-----.- . . WJ f i a .- - Cliings Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices lURta Vr- W Ad. Le Tkaa ac IP YOTT LOSE ANYTHING advertise It nere. It will be returned to you If an honest person finds it. Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day thrc-ugn this column. LOSTFOUND. STRAYED OR STOLEN Bay horse brand ID. J. reversed and inverted left thigh. Reward. M. A. Koffman 912 Dallas St. $5.60 REWARD no questions small black poodle deg long hair little -white on breast; named Texas. Return or phone Toltec bar Juarez Mexico. LOST Heavy plain gold wedding ring Jan. 6 and 7; two name engraved and 3ae 3-29-05. Liberal reward. Re- turn to Herald office or 217 TV. Over l&nd or Auto phone 1224. LOST Razor. Reward if returned to Dr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

H. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. MEXICO LANDS. . OLD MEXICO AND SOUTHWESr TEXAS LANDS large tracts our spe- cialty. BDTLER REALTY CO. 315 N. Orecoa Next to St. Rejrls. THE CHOICEST BARGAINS OF THE YEAR- An elegant 2 story 8 room residence brand new. fronting east corner o. R Grande and Lee. just off Montana St. Modern comfortable convenient ar tisric substantial in fact everything that the buyer of an uptodate home could wish for. It will be a tret for you to to see this house and a for us to show you. Price and terms 11 A1 beautiful 5 room red pressed brick on Rio Grande St.. only Mock : from the Turney residency ? 0x120 feet lot easily worth $3000. We're offering this property at $4800 on easy terms. Ju-c an even thousand "af undiVlXid If you're in the market or this klfld of a home and don't get this joull never forgive yourselL i0trtir Dandy 5 room cottage completely furnished closo in north of traces south front; 5 minutes walk form if. JJ. Will sell vou the house and make joua present...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 The Calisher Store is Always a Succession of Interesting Events The New ow Now THE NEW 1910 STYLES are already here in several sections in sufficient variety to make a visit here Monday and next week well worth while. You can always count to a certainty on coming to Calisher' s and finding first the best and newest styles of the season that is about to enter. This is intended as an urgent invitation to you to come and see the new 1910 styles. The following is a brief outline of what the display consists of in Suits. Waists and Millinery will also be shown in a wonderfully complete range of new styles. The New 1910 Tailormade Suits are now shown in sufficiently large (variety to give you a com- prehensive idea of what are the new styles and to supply you with a stunning suit for immediate wear. Prominent in the dis- play next week is the tendency toward Russian designs. The coats of the new suits are 26 to 32 inches long. Both side and front fastenings are shown bot...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

PASO sJ I d. ow YOUR HERE If you are seeking the Eight spot for the Bight kind of a home or the Right kmd of investment. BEAUTIFUL GRAND VIEW SUB-DIVISION OF LAS CRUOES The King of All Sub-Divisions. JCjJLj ' I.-II.I.III.1 in im i n. mnrrni-wT j n ms bm e Ban a nnapi i T( S offers the distinction of quiet dignity and completeness in every detail. Every modern convenience will be at your command in this modem sub-division whether you are a home builder or investor. Do Not Be a "Waiting" Man Come with us January 23 on-the Big Excursion f i. JUC J. CiCJfXlUiLC fii Ssi3. The Electric Light i Wires. Where the Water Mains Will Be. Where the Electric Rail- way Will Run. HAVE YOUR LUNOH FREE And if you make a purchase Your Railroad Fare FREE Train Leaves 8;45 a. m. Jan. 23 Cheap Rate for Round Trip Las Graces Realty Company LAS CRUCES N M. THIS MAP SHOWS THE EXACT LOCATION OF ALL ADDITION'S TO LAS CRTJCES 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 J -1 1 1 r - . 1 jv v I I ! 9 jc -y J H& f2 it 1& ? I V v Nj...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

FRANK G-. CARPENTER'S LETTER. oney to Loan M We make a specialty of placing fil'st mortgage loans on carefully selected El Paso real estate. We invite parties who have money to loan and also par- ties who wish to borrow and have good security to call on us. We have had twenty y ears' experience in loaning money on El Paso property and have probably placed more real estate loans than any firm in El Paso. Our loans range from 500.00 to $100000.00 each and run from one to twenty years interest from 6 to 8 according to size and time of loan. Interest payable semi-annually. Borrowers to pay all ex- penses of making loan including attorney's fee. A P &3L9 M. e No. 101 North Oregon St. HNASTCIAL yVWWWWVWVWVWVVSAyWWVWWWVS WVNV FIRST NATIONAL BAH K United States Depository ASSETS Loans and investments JL. .$2456954.37 United States-bonds; . . JJ. .- . . .-...- -. 600000.00 Cash in vaults andexchange. ......... 1422658.91 $4a479613.2S ' T LIABILITIES Capital paid id '. . l- ;V."i $ 500000...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

16 cience Tomato Culture BULLETIN ARIZONA EXPERIMENT STATION. .tomatoes Deiong no xnat ciass 01 plants sensitive to the extremes both of heat and cold occurrin- in the arid of heat and cold occurrin in the aric souuiwesc. iflo muL lao UB o...." .w . - - - dur'ng the similar but shorter fall sea- son. Planting tlie Seed Seed may be sown In the fl3: where tho plants a-re to re- mair. after danger from killing frosts !? ever: but Jt is usually preferable to iriisis in siinnir. lbu iiiiusuiuixici. tvu star: tne pianis in couurames later transplanting to the field. Some sea- sons coldframes ace Inadequate and hotbeds with bottom heat are essential to the best success. The coldframe well placed In a protected situation should be provided with ample cover ror frosty nights buch cover was needed for instance on the night of February 14 1908. at the Yuma garden when the temperature fell to 23 de- grees F. and tomatoes in the cold frames were killed. In lieu of a glass a cheap cover of semi-t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 17 . Based On Play "The Battle9' By Cleveland Moffat. Sermon Last Night By Rabbi Martin Zielonka. ffcHE gravest problem American people is before the the labor I lished. "When these fail to understand question. The continued develop- j their mutual obligations trouble arises; xnent of our natural resources and the when men fan to allow each other the fulfilment of our national mission can privileges thej- demand for themselves take place only as this matter is ad- 1 serious squabbles arise lusted. At the outset let me state that ! The laboring man denies the right this problem is the lesult of education; of the employers to unite ana yet claims sity for all large concerns and the time it arises only among people who think i the right to form a union; the employer is not distant when his advice -will be employer and employe can be estab- t ble homestead! These affairs did not concern him. But a broader view is gradually finding its place. Men are learning that 'the onl...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

L PASO HERALD IS w Many "Pleasant Events In f octal Circles Cards Clubs Afford Much' Social Pleasure Hobv To Be Happy 1 Need Glasses? Do You Use Two Louise LIddelL i Mm Raus Mit Tim HI Will Only Last a Short Time Longer H Bnl THE EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS JB HK& The Sooner You Attend the More f iMB U . ") GREATER LPASO'S JPJUm TKRk. 'jf GREATEST SHOE STORES . ' Hv fr J WOMELVS ORGANIZATIONS. 5"t' 4 4a The United Daughters of the Con- federacy will celebrate the third anni- versary of the organization of the Rob- ert E. Lee chapter of El Paso on Wed- nesday afternoon f The meeting will be lield In the lodge room of the Elks club at 3:30 ocloclc. and promises to be one of unusual interest. Judge J. M. Cold-well -will deliver an address on Robert E. Lee. Crosses of honor will be bestowed- upon confederate veterans -who have made application. for them. The follow- ing delightful musical program has been prepared for the occasion under the direction of Mrs. "W". L. Brown: Vocal solo -Mrs....

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

IS 1 lot 52-inch English. Broadcloth in nil the noDular shades for suits and capes Suisse Silk black -white and full range of colors plain and dotted effects for street I and eveninc costumes: eErular T"Y ! S3 11 ..1 nn1 r. rKVnllTTlA Sl-Sf tf"P it ail pure nwi i.ui . o-v..- -r VI t J J price 50c; sale price Guaranteed black Taffeta Silk 36 inches wide rich and lustrous worth QO $1.39; sale price ? C JJ ttliuc oan pn""- 1 lot fine all wool aress gooas an me -e colorings regular 75c values; f.Qr If EL PASO HA Jtliu p --"; ...----- L PASO HERALD I JxtraSpeciagsl lll'fiafaef RE It I FTTFH Al F ' ExtraSPecSais I n i bslib m n m m mrm m hsu hl &jb t m sh ml sa wv msm gpa utei SPIB willVwl H m Hi 19 Kif--i m wsmmm m mEmmmM KliOWN t P Next week marks the wind up of a. Sale that shall never be forgotten. By us it will be remembered as the record breaking event of all events. By the people of El Paso it shall probably be spoken of as the greatest money saving Sale this good city has ever...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

ALB 20 T. K. Andrews Talks of the Fighters City League For El Paso EL PAS liflf"! 1 or IJ i-UIXL t SO 10 HI Gil? BASEBALL . TRACK GAMBLERS! input miDisip imimimp enenni err j wird LPS U.HDUL uuiiliio uuiiuiio jLnuuii uli n nnnu EI Pbko Is to linve a really for xu re honest to Koodncj.9 city league. Four traBM whi make up the Ienj?ue nnd three of the four teams are already or- ganized and ready for business n n as tle weather sets through playing hide and Keek ivlth the north pole. It Is a junior league Is this new c ity league affair but then the only way to have future big leagues is to have little ones and raise them by hand. -OUekie" Morgan Is to be the Moses who 1 to lead amateur baseball ont of the cactus In El laso. He has been sitting up at nights figuring out the fine details of a drop hanger make and break baseball league nnd he has at last perfected his plans to the point of breaking into print. ' Magnate Morgan's plan 1 to have four teams composed of the Cubs Tigers East ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

HERA ir ir 21 jU A high class medical and surgical institution. The best treatment at the lowest ehargest. Services and advice free to the poor. Why Neglect Your Heal Is your health not the most valuable asset which you possess? Of course it is and you therefore most certainly place a value on it beyond any or all of your other possessions. Do you feel that ypm case is beyond medical aid? Have y6u been disappointed in your attempts to regain this priceless gift? You must bear in mind that the human body is a machine and the most perfect machine ever produced when in perfect health. If you owned a man-made machine or engine would you neglect it if it became out of order? Indeed you would not. The first thought you would have should there be the slightest indication of a loosened bolt would be to have it tightened up so that it would not loosen other parts of your machine and eventually make a complete wreck of it. These are facts and cannot be denied. Then how much more important is ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

A f- TS?- CopTTlgbicfl. J910- "by Um Amwican-Exaalnsr Great Bfiktfa Bights Beacrred. i .: ' Mfr I TT I BUiTEit-vouuc. YoU I ff I Jf Jut Topujnp " HMj 1 fr. ' i WMtta'PM 1 f" V rrr . isb. . 1 l r -i -". . x i - m m h hi w . nminticcirfi'iH - ii ii tTjJS r. -v r- rm r ii w w " jr riiir ii - . i ulSPl ' BBSf t WWW' lK-I " PORCELAIN IS RrOLErr THATpAGRAWnPA Ct TTl 1A .feAt. PERFECTLY rlONESTBUTaLOFTHE WERE WKUNO VHICHJ'KQVW ! HATThETRUTH 15 NAT ALWAYS VTU Tmw icTbwr hdnfsty is The Best PflLicvftF-A.JCC it GIVE IK A COMFORTflBL&HAPPYFEELMG IN UUK HCttito jo know wt HAVE KEN HONEST I G VLS JSATTRA fiHTFOkWAn iaaw IK THE EYE . YOU CANT BFAT if. TWMT Tu I ki is Blshonesty payj it cant money cant BUY HAPPINESS PURELY NOT DISHONEST MnktCV IT I. 111! DAVPrte CVlrcwrKir a ki K fUNEXAL EXPENSES. W BUT HAPPINESS ISTHE HEAVEN INYouR HEART THAT COMSW!Tj KiNPNES5WTHThEBIG5LEETMPERA7 S FRiENPX ALLWJHONKTYISJNTWeMME CLASS Tve nsw owe:

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 1 2S Southwestern Mining News Property in New Mexico Gamp Is Attracting Atten- tion From El Pasoans and Colorado Capitalists. The Black Range of Iew Mexico is now attracting more attention as the coming high grade mineral belt than -.. . ... .. 4. -.. i considerable amount of development any other part of the southwest Experi- work ha- been dQne gouth Qf the aH enced mining men from Colorado Ne- j Line and on the same lode are several vada and the east have for the past six j properties in various stages of devel- mouibs been quietly investigating this opmeat showing copper-silver-gold - ... . t . bearing quartz; and the entire belt ex- famous old mineral district and are m- j tends f rom north to south about 10 vesting there almost daily. j mnes T ?c Samples ol Ore. Heretofore isolation and comparative W. J. Tlurani of El Paso an old Iaaccessabillty have been serious hin- pioneer of the Black Range has Just d es to the development of this dis- rcturned from Fairvlew ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 24 Carter or Southern Lead Ochres IJ rv luting ana sk&a maerai at a Better Price 1 Norwegian Spiced! I B:rrs circularHstaircase nrj 4L jij I Copyrisrht 1908 by the Bobbs-Merrill Co. B ESl B.M I9SI III i nMn i-ftrii 11 uhi Packed in small kegs eacli 35c Holland Herring per keg $1.35 Smoked Salmon per pound. . : 40c Cross & BlaekwelFs fresh Mackerel cans 25c Deviled Crabs per can 35c Ferndell Crab Meat per can 50c Soft Shell Crabs per can 35c Ferndell Lobster per can .30c and 45c Dunbar's Shrimp per can . . . 15c and 25c Minced Clams per can 15c li table A delicious relish for Meats Sandwiches etc. Olive Relish 30c Vegetable Eelish bottle . 35c Fine Home. Made Cakes l?ig Layer Chocolate Caramel iSfut and Chocolate Caramel. We cannot recommend these cakes too highly; each .' $1.00 50-poTind Bos Choice Apples $2.00 50-pound Box Fancy Apples $2.50 Phone 151. INSPECT MATT. ROUTE FROM TUIiAROSA TO ROSWELI. Tularosa N. 3 Jan. 15. J. "W. Prude and Ira "Wetmore accompan...

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

HERALD El Paso Texas Tuesday Evening January 1 8 1910.--10 Pages j II the News Herald Prints It first While It' Freak. ON A REAL RUBBER PLANTATION TfiEHHG RffKEER OH aHLCEEH ESTATE KftLATORA. CZYLOK t Senator Hudspeth Says In- vestigation Will Reveal Startling Things. DOES NOT KNOW EXACT AMOUNT "We expect that there will be some startling disclosures In regard to the finances of thepenitentiary when the auditors report to the general commit- tee on Investigation at Huntsville next Thursday or Friday" said state sena- tor Claude Hudspeth. of El Paso chairman of the sub-committee which has been investigating the conduct .f the state penitentiary this morning. "Indications point to a shortage somewhere in the finances qf the in- stitution but the exact amount Is not known at yet. However it is under- stood that the disclosures will be startling and show the way the pen- itentiary has been conducted during the past ten years. "Until the auditor have made their report it is not possible'...

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

i " - HE jH 91 H fibMH feEF Hfm. HHHHB HHBH lfefl B fcB IB m Bl IHflHH "B si The insurance companies wiii sell the salvage stock of shoes of the Crawford shoe store which will begin at 9 o'clock a. m. January 20th 1910. at No 115 San Antonio street next door to American National Bank. Children's This Will Be the 6 reatesl Sacrifice of Men's Ladies' an Ever Known in El Paso Shoos All $7.00. 6.00 and 5.00 Shoes and Boots wiil be pair Afi $4.50 4.00 and 3.50 COM All $3.00 and 2.50 Shoes will he per pair . $1.50 600 Prs. slightly damaged Shoes that cost $2 to $7 per pair 400 Pr. slisrhtlv damased Shoes f-A 4 that cos $1 to $4 per pair . UUU 400 Pr. slightly damaged Shoes AF that cost $1 to $3 per pair . &QU E AND BUY A YEAR'S SUPPLY FOR YOUR FAMILY Do Not Forget the Time and Place Sale Begins at 9 a. m. Thursday EVEorning January 20th No. 115 San Antonio Street Kexi Door to Imerican National Bank p ELI W. GAFFNEY Adjustor atI LAS CRUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY HERALD OUT SALE IN LAS CBTJ...

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

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday January 18 1910. 3 ews- A M This is the trade- mark which is found on every bottle of the genuine I the standard Cod Liver Oil preparation of the world. Nothing equals it to build up the weak and wasted bodies Of yOUng and Old. All Druggists Send 10c. nine of paper aad thl ad. for cur beautiful Sarin Ranfc end (IMM's ?Vnftni. Book. EacibankcantafcuaGoodLackPcnay. SCOTT & BOWNE 409 Pearl St. N. Y. PXPRESS3LVX ARRESTED. B Chavez an expressman was ar- .v... J .! m n .-. m- OM1 ?-fV0tPr! fit t.llft Tis. - o cnsnirimis charac- ter. The police arrested him on a com- plaint that he took a trunk from 60i Mesa avenue Saturday tevening but failed to deliver It at the Union station. Chavez says that he did not get the trunk and It must have been some one else. When Rubbers Become Kecessary And your shoes pinch shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-Ease the antisep- tic powder for the feet. It cures pain- ful swollen smarting sweating feet and takes the sting out of corn...

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

EL PASO HERALD 4 .Tuesday January 18 1910. Bankru Safe Choice High Grade Pe- paranent Store Merchan- dise and fixtures of the The Vo Good Of El Paso Tex. will be offered for sale on Jan. 24 1910 at 2 p. m. For Particulars Address W.F Trustee. El Paso Texas. SiomachMisery Get Rid of That Sourness Gas and Indigestion. "When your stomach is out of order or run. down your food doesn't di- gest. It ferments in your stomach and forms gas -which causes sourness heaTt- burn foul "breath pain at pit of stom- ach and many other miserable symp-. toms. x Ml-o-na stomach tablets will give joy- ful relief In five minutes; if taken regu- larly for two weeks they will turn your flabby sour tired out stomach into a sweet energetic perfect working one. You can't be very strong and vig- orous if your food only half digests. Tour appetite will go and -nausea dizzi- ness biliousness nervousness sick headache and constipation will fol- low. Mi-o-na stomach tablets are small'and easy to swallow and are gu...

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