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

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday January 18 1910. ' j - ' II Z77E- 1 A Health-Guarantee to be Found inNo Other Water Because: 1 The ONLY Water put up in STERILIZED ' bottles; 2 The ONLY Water Domestic or Foreign which is NEVER put in a bottle that has been used before. The World's Best Table Water" Jackson Grocery Co. W hoiesale Distrc E! Paso CALLS CHURCH TO PREP ABE THE WAY Methodist Minister De- livers iFirst Sermon of "Westminster itevivaL The "Westminster Presbyterian church revival services last night were conducted by the Hev. C O. Beckman. Those present were deeply impressed by the earnest appeal of the preacher which -was to the church ministers urg- ing them to action. Sir. Beckman spoKe from the text: "The voice of one crying in the wilder- ness 'Prepare ye the "way of the Lord' " Matt. 3:3. He said dn part: "I under3tail yo sra 10 bavn a nan from away come and conduct evange- listic services for you. I have been asked to supply until his arrival Wed- nesday evening. I am not the i...

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

AGAZINE PAGE EDITORIAL A 6 Tuesday January 18 1910. V ! . . " ! ! . EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. The El Paso Herald includes also 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 AKD AMER. SBWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSGG 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- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Business Office 11 Editorial Rooms 20-0 Society Reporter l Advertising department lie HERALD TELEPHONES TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. Daily Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year v The Daily Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso Fort Blias and Towne. Texas and Cludad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please stato In hi...

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

Ivy MIS BBS Train leaves Onion Free Big on the Grou Free Damages ail excursionists to Grand View The most beautiful sub-division in . the Mesilla valley right in Las Cruces where all city conveniences can be had. Look at This Map No Mortgage Taxes or Interest The right of way for the electric car line to Mesiila park joins Grand View en the entire eastern side. Las Cruces Realty Company LAS CRUCES N. M. ! " 1 Todays IS QTJAEANTINED ON WAY TO WEDDING- Plateau Man 2sPurses Iriend and Has to Postpone Ceremony. Plateau Texas Jan. 181 That love overcomes all obstacles has been truly exemplified here in the case of Hoy Kendrick a. young: man holding: an eight section claim about 15 miles north of Plateau. Ee had persuaded a fair daughter of Callahan county to share his solitude by becoming his bride and -went lo Clyde. Texas. A few- days prior to the nuptial day a young man friend was t&Ken seriously ill and he shared in the vigils at his bedsida At the appointed hour forthe cere- mon...

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

8 Tuesday January 18 1910. frsjfia- t i m iria-iMjigM--a------isa - -a- Y UELL3SM BETroo ft f rlVE ffT J Sffc- rloKX. RftBBlT3 THftM L Vou To-3fVY!!i - GEE'I CANT HIT fl THING To-AT.XVE MISSED EVERY T1 MEI COPYRIGHT. 1909. BY THE Ckings Lost and Eound; Personals and Public Notices l Cornt . Wer. No Ad. Les- Tu 5c IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It will be returned to you if an honest person finds It. Remarkable re- coveries axe brought about every day threugn this column. LOST FOU-JD. LOST ady's gold wa.tch with initials E. attached to small chain -return to 910 Lee. Reward. LOST Brindle bull dog female. "Vic." on collar. Reward if returned to708 "Wyoming. lOST A pocketbook (containing small amount of silver. Return to this office and receive reward. IF TOUtPEra A2rT-x nsr it to The Herald. Get a claim chock. Have It advertised. Reclal it If the owner does not. THE UXWRrTTEN ' verIte; Kivc the laser the aasas Flltr yen reI expect ka the loss bees tshts. Help and Situations T...

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

L PASO HERALD Tuesday January 18 191& $ t i at r-i :. 1 ff Iff I. 1 I - Slim.li 351 I 'tJHBHHB 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 Jater than one week after being bulle- tined: A. M. T. N. A. L. M. W. 26 - A. K W. 24 a c. x. y. z. E. D. C. Z. 379 H. C. V. Engineer H. C. Permanent 99 K. 34 3057 L. L. 216 O. 172 152 R. L. M. 205 AXOTHER GOOD BUI. . OX STAXTOX ST. 43 feet cast front between Second and Third Sts. Price only $9S90. HelnemaB 207 St. Lonls St. WOULD TRADE 2y. LOTS OX X. OREGOX ST. In on 2 story residence 7 or S rooms; north side preferred; not to exceed In price $6500. Cassidy & Davidson. Booms 4 and 5. Buckler Building. Phone 920. SWEETWATER IS AX pDUSTROX CEXTER. Buy a lot now. 320 Trust Bld&- THE EL PASO STORE pays the high- est prices for all kinds of second hand furniture and clothes. Bell 3491; Auto. 2491. 400 S. El Paso. FOR REXT Good 31...

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

EL PASO HERALD 10 Tuesday January 18 1910. Fresh Delicatessen Goods Kept in a Clean Ice Cold Counter Kosher Sausage Knack Wurst per pound 25c ' Frankfurter per pound 25c Ring Bologna per pound 25c Large Bologna per pound. . .25c Ring Liver Sausage per lb. .25c Cooked Corned Beef per lb. .40c Cooked Brisket per lb 40c Smoked Brisket Beef per lb . 30e Salami Sausage per lb . . 35c Cervlot Sausage per lb 35c Liver Sausage with Truffles per lb . 60c -Liver Sausage with G-oose Liver per lb j. 50c Blood Sausage with Tongue per lb. . .40c Ham Lax per lb 50c Smoked Pork Sausage per lb. . . -. 25c Mortadella Sausage per lb 50c Veal and Tongue Sausage per lb .40c " Goose Breast per lb $1.00 Goose Shanks per lb : . . .35c IPancy Queen Olives in bulk per pint 35c Sweet Midget Pickles in bulk per pint 25c Itfew Dill Pickles per doz 20c & 40c Stuffed Sweet Mango Pickles each. . 5c & 10c Louisiana Preserved Pigs in bulk per lb . .25c WAWtMtrtrMtirn Phone 151. 210-212 THE WEATHER. Forecasts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

Ef Paso Texas Wednesday Evening January 19 1910. 16 Pages All the Xcwa Herafd Prints it First While It's Fresh. President of Miners Brings in His Salaried Organizers to Help Vote. CAUSES A BIG- STIR OF MINERS Indianapolis Ind. Jan. 19. The charge that the national administration of the United Mine "Workers headed by- president Lewis had attempted to "pack" the convention now In session here so that certain policies or inter- ests could be forwarded brought on a bitter factional fight on the flo.pr of the convention today. The anti-Lewis element led by Frank J. Hayes and others succeeded In suspending the rules for the Intro- duction of a motion by Hayes that the salaries of national organizers be sus- pended while they are In attendance at a convention as representatives of local unions. Between 50 an I 60 organizers are in the convention and they have the vot- ing power from many local unions. Speakers for the motion 'declared that a dangerous centralization of power had been achie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

" - - I 0 Closing Out $10 Capes at $4.95 Just 25 capes remain of the sensational offer we announced Saturday. Seventy- five have been sold and we hardly expect the remaining 25 to last throughout the week. These capes as we told you Saturday were specially reserved for a feature of the last week of Clean Sweep Sale and customers have been loud in their praise of the splendid black with red blacK witu Diue DiacK witn green uapes like them have been selling all season at $10 each. These are a feature for 13ie last of the sale !at 75c Hose Jmdt3C A. surpassing bargain awaits you in Hose the - next three days. We have grouped 400 pair of high grade ihose for the final three days selling. Pink blue lavender purple rose green tan wisteria and all other shades axe shown both plain colors and fancy effects. These Hose sell regularly as high as 75c a (pair; you have choice the next three days at Only Three More Days and Our Clean Sweep Sale mmwm!ih fi : i il Mi More VDayi s S t85Jig81 I LA v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

Wednesday Jan. 19 1910. you bring me that stuff for?' I ex- ploded. " 'But it is what "was ordered' said he looking as if he were now utterly convinced that I was a madman. 'You said a bowl of chile and though it is SKESttran Eyster's C. O. Corner Kansas and Boulevard most unusual we thought you might i be a Turk or something and liked to j of White 35 eat mustard and such things with a spoon. We even shook some more red pepper In it to make it hot and I Bell Phones 823 and 844. Ind. Phone 1691. L D. Grocery World "But I was 'up and on my way to j Trade for CASH at a Cash Store and Let Us Show You the Difference 10 -pound pail cottolene (fc O 5? only pJLOo 4-pound pail cottolene ESr only .. DD G-lohe Flour Cream of Wheat Flour Xone better sold anywhere at any price 24-pound sacks QA. only UUC 48 -pound sacks ($1I C only $li O Oranges 50 Loses specially cheap Sweet juicy navels 1 ftr per doz A.J Larger size oranges per doz. Af 20c 25c 30c and frUC Xew shipment of those large black mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

L PASO HERALD Wednesday Jan. 19 1910. of shoes of the Crawford shoe store which will begin at 9 o'clock street next door to American National Bank. The insurance companies will sell the salvage stock a. m.. January 20th 1910 at No. 115 San Antonio This W ftte Gr Ladies' and 511 w&Em III u m til flv tP s&i ytiuiiiiuw vi in wsi wi Ever Known in E! Paso AI! $3.00 and 2.50 Shoes &4 fi IWI PB Shoes and Boots wili be pair A!i $4.50 400 and 3 5 Shoes wili be Sale Basins at NflM Furniture Clearance Wait for This Big Bargai IK urnifur ti aso fl roroislii Compan Cor. St. Louis and Stanton Sis. BASSETT BUILDING ELLIS BROTHERS Copper Plate Printers Let Us Print Your Calling Cards. Patronize Home Industry. Use Herald Want Ads. Begins llfllmiliAw I JAN. 24th Jf t i 1 i. B Sullen 8mpaii 1 Bell Phone 680 328 Texas St. I The Only Exclusive & ENGRAVING AND EMBOSSING I CONCERN IN THE SOUTHWEST per pair . . . o. E&ftgggsi Great Success Attained in Prevention of Smallpox and Typhoid ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

EJL PASO HERALD "Wednesday Jan. 19 1910 We Can Fit Your Foot Exactly In Regal QUARTER-Sizes Do you know that Regal Shoes are the only ready-to-wear shoes in the world made in quarter- sizes? In addition to the usual half and full sizes Reaals come in the one-quarter and three-quarter jrjf?Z sizes in between. This means that in utl REGAL So there are just double the number of sizes found in other shoes. You no longer have to be content with a shoe that is a little too loose or too tight Come to us and we will give you an exact fit in a Regal quarter-size If your foot-length is just between the half-sizes of ordinary shoes Regals are the only ready-to-wear shoes in which you can secure perfect fit and comfort We have the exclusive local Regal Agency. OES $350 $400 anA $500 IB is A 84 -syJ Lerner Shoe Co. 213 S. El Paso St. ninniRKii nm nr iimimsiinr Vs uiDaimiLnniiT m mwM. LIS EXPENSE Ifl POLICY HOLDERS . 11 TO START RAILWAY FROM PSCOS SOON FORMER BISBEE 3LAN IS KILLED IX OKLAHOMA. Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

EDITORIAL AND Wednesday Jan. 19 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Daily News The .Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune Tne Graphic The Sun. The Advertiser The Independent The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. XEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission afSecond 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. f Business Office J Editorial Rooms RE1ULD TELEPHONES. I Societv Reporter ... Advertising department TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dally Herald per month. SOc; per year S7. Wfeekly Herald per year. ? The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East jl Paso. Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas. nd Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed trill please sta..e In his communication both the old and th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

Wednesday Jan. 19 1910. m$ ?2sr-j P B RALD IN Bgsy CYC WTM C New is Oxfords Street a Arriving at them. Pew's mm. Mass Meeting of Pupils to Be Held at Trinity Church and All School Boys and Girls Eligible. More than 1000 future citizens of El Paso will gather in the Trinity Methodist church Thursday afternoon at two oclock to pledge themselves to 3lve clean lives to participate in whole- pome healthy athletic contests and re- frain from the use of tobacco or In- toxicants. The movement is significant. Al- though the organization is to take the form of an athletic league among the grammar schools the real object is the ( production of men and women wno win do their share to make El Paso the citv that its pioneers planned it to be. Tobe eligible to' membership in the Grammar School Athletic league it is 1 necessaryfor a student of the schools to be over 11 years of age. The girls ar to be honorary members of the league boys under 11 associate mem- bers and all young men over 18 years a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

EL PASO 3 Wednesday Jan. 19 1910. s E?ents In Gard Circle Social Gayety .j. '"t 7$ l iK lVjKW isr' l7l? PNil (lull IRiffyijFfi i lfelfe J JfflMJamJ The Raus Mit ?Em Shoe Ml fcy Sale Raus Mit' Em Specials In laird Schober $8.00 Bronze Button Shoes; extra OtA QE special Pr0 $6.00 $5.50 and $5-00 Bronze and Siiede High and Loir d O C Shoes; esfcra special . ..tJ00 Specials in $3.50 Young Ladies' Tan Button Shoes Raus Mac 'Em dJi A gf $2.50 Young Ladies' Tan Button Shoes Kalis 3Gt 'Em d iCQ $3.75 Young Ladies' Black Suede Button Shoes Bans dQ 9E Afit 'Em at pdfD $3.50 and $3.00 Misses' Tan Bronze and Black Suede Button Shoes "Raus Mit 'Em t - Q ( at tpl0 All Men's Shoes at Raus Mit 'En- Prices. J SHOE- REVIVAL OPENS AT CALVARY CHURCH Minister Ridicules Morning Paper's vWeak Anti-Prohibition Editorial. The Florida pastor-evangelist Mr. Wray Is dra-wing crowds to the Cal- vary Baptist church and Prof. Blank- enship Is proving1 himself a master of song as -well ag manager of choirs. Mr. "W...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

Li PA Wednesday Jan. 19 191CL K b 4 The difference between what you are paying others for groceries and what we will sell them to you for is yours We sell 2 lbs. Cottolene for 4 lbs. Cottolene for 5c 10 lbs. Cottolene (for a while) going at 3 cans for . . Pioneer 3Elk g &J 12 lbs. fancy Irish Potatoes for 25c 1.75 40c 25c ooc 25c 100 lbs- fancy Irish Potatoes for Pure Creamery Butter for 3 lbs. Raisins for . 1 lb. cartons Evap. Pitted Cherries for 1 lb. cartons Evap. Black- berries for 1 lb. cartons Evap. Rasp c berries for $1.25 can pure Olive Oil guaranteed the best for $2-00 can pure Olive Oil for 50c Brooms for 40c Mops for S bars White Star Soap for T. c c c 7 large bars "Velvet" Soap y g big special for fewC Out-of-town orders solicited. We sell everything in quantities at wholesale prices. Telephone or come and see. tandara C ompan "THE CASH STORE" Bell Phone 901 219 S. El Paso St. Auto Phone 1901 Officers to Be Elected Sat- urday Before Trip to Chi-huahua-T-Deleates.in A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

EL PASO . HERALD 10 Wednesday Jan. 19 1910. The Opportunity of a Lifetime 3s at Hand. Gst in Ahead of High- Prices. THIS MAP SHOWS THE EXACT LOCATION OF ALL ADDITIONS TO LAS CRUCES !! 't Forget! If a man wants a home he should investigate t Illlllill - WB. I' ' t . . 1 1 1 1 1 r. 1 1 1 'I 1 "" T ' 1 1 1 1: - V--1 ? ' '' -' 7'' : JV VJ . I This Is Opportunity's Knock The price of these lots is now $45 to $65 Each Grand W IwlWf f L"7 V f f 1 T " f ' v. v x L 1SION f J yx ( Ke 7 T Y 3 tt Subdiv of Las Cruces We don't ask you to take our word for any- thing but nave arranged The Biggest Excursion for next Sunday ever in the southwest so that you can see for yourself. p JLo El Paso to Las Cruces you buy a lot or more Nothin We Refund Your Hot a Lot Will be Sold Until Excursion Day Las Cruces Realty Company LAS CRUCES N. AH. Bowling 5 w m Here is one for the fieht fans to mull around in their think mill for awhile. Is the stall that Tex. Hicka-rd Is putting up about having1 the black and....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

p. Wednesdav Jan. 19 1910. 11 JCi. ? ?' S Boys' Shoes of velour calf stock heavy welt soles extra heavy lin- ings stylish shapes sizes 1 to 5 1-2 extra values & c fj p at api O Boys' Tan Oalf Shoes heavy welt soles built for hard wear; SQ nothing better tp3 Boys' Box Oalf Shoes heavy soles well made good linings and for tbp price splendid value; f ?Efc sizes 1 to 5 1-2 . . .. P:dO Boys' Box Calf Shoes good heavy sewed soles will give good wear sizes 1 to 51-2; at- Boys' Box Oalf Shoes sizes 8 to 13 1-2; good values at ? f $1.75 and V JL .3U sir vTnfu M ( i '-IB or ins Misses' Shoes sizes 2 1-2 to 6 with low heels in patent .leather and kid stock; ' button and lace welt and turn soles several styles to pick from $3.00 and Misses' Shoes sizes 21-2 to 6 with low heels at Q1 7 $2.50 and . . .. P 1 o S Misses' and Children's Shoes heavy soles button and lace; special for school wear at Misses? and Children's school shoes heavy soles well made (j f g $1.75 and vlwv Blue Bed Tan Gray a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

12 Wednesday Jan. ePflP"""""1 rfl1ilTl.')'n.ina-jn air you row its W OF THE. WESTON! SOKE T THE H HE t MERCf TEHW51IB ENTHflAWtNGSOHE $STOtfEKSnui 6U&6S PPfcUtK HK! C0PYRK3HT 190? BY THE NEW Qiings Lost and. Found; Personals and Public Notices tBt at Word. No Ai. Lce Tkaa 'iOc IF YOU LOSE AIV'TTHIXG advertise it here. It will be returned to you If an honest person finds it. Remarkable re- coveries are brought about ' every day through this column. LOST FOUND. LOST Brlndle bull dog remale. "Vic." on collar. He ward if returned to OS Wyoming. " LOST liaxge Angora cat male; name Stormy. Return Orient Rooms; liberal reward- IF YOU iTOSTJ AJTTTHlrvtJ trrtSS It to The Herald. Get & claim check. Have It advertised. Heclato i It if the owner does not. UXWRTTTEy A i" Ave-Iei glTe tke laser the same pabllrlty yes vr ould expect fcad the loma beem yeHrau . Help and Situations In and Around El Paso 1 Ceatt. War. So Ad. Len Thai S6c HELP WANTED MALE. "WANTED Delivery boy with bicycle. Po...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

L PAS Wednesday Jan. 19 1910. 13 A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent In care cf The Herald office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not later than one week after being? b'ullo- inp1: A- M. TV X A. B. W. N. B. H. 420 x W. 24 K D. C X." T. Z. H C. ry.. 163 11. 'Z 373 . CJ R B. Pence I J- Jingineer N. L C. Permanent O. "72 Exchange A L. M. xo2 5. D. 205 3. N: 216 FOR SALE Rhode Island Red cock- erels ?1 to $2 each. They are the best Come and see them. 919 Missouri St WAXTED Good horso and buggy for horse's keep. Phone 2197. SWEETWATER DIRT WILL GO HIGHER Buy NOW. 320 Trust Bldg. WANTED Position by lady stenogra- pher references. Auto. 1541. WANTED Position as collector or so- licitor; experience. C. B. C. Z. care Herald. SWEETWATER PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU RlCHr-32' Tiusi Building. SLGO TO CRUCES AXD RETURX Next Sunday. Free lunch for every- body. It's your chance to see these re- markable farms which will pay for themselves with one cr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 January 1910

EL 14 Wednesday Jan. 19 1910. JPBHSia nrrwiGZZWZfn-szm yfor We'l! give you 6 years to for a farm that wi itself with the first cro If one half of the people who are figuring on taking a 5 10 or 20 acre tract of this fine irrigated land in the Mesilla valley decide to close the deal with- in the next two weeks there will not be more than half enoughland to sup- ply the demand. And is it any wonder that people want these farms? Do you know of a proposition where with so little a payment down you are cer- tain to live in comfort and be independent for the remainder of life? Now think and decide if you were ever offered such a proposition no matter how great an amount of money was required. r xcursion Goes Next Sunday Art excursion will be run from El Paso to Las Cruces next Sun- day and you can visit these tracts inquire in the neighbor- hood what this land has done what it is worth and if its future is certain. for the ound Tri The train will leave Union sta- tion at 8:45 Sunday morni...

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