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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Saturday January 22 1910. 19 1 RENE BACHE'S BUDGET No Ciiieer or Tyfeirs to S6S.00 a Lot? L PASO HERALD X ! Fav 4500 H y known a niong the Eskimos R gin wnn nea tin mmm&m III1V MVU tt9 IllWWlVlllwWH have no word in ihiir guage for it. Rockefeller Institute for dancers says irrita- tion and impoverished blood cause all cancers. Drugs only irritate and exhaust nerves and blood and thus cause them all. Tuberculosis and Cancer only occur in people who take medicine and contradict nature by doctoring symp- toms when nature is trying to throw out impurities they stop them and when nerves are tired to the liver lungs stomach kidneys they whip them up exhaust the fluid at the spine deadening and paralyzing the nerves and cause nearly all kinds of diseases especially cancer and tuberculosis. ILLUMINATING- THE SPLENDID HOME OF THE NATION'S CHIEF. 2000- Incandescent Lamps Required for Lighting the In- terior of the Mansion The Current Supplied From the War Department Costs Nearly $4000 Man...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

20 Saturday January 22 1910. EL I Welcome Words to Women Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their sex should -write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the advice of a physician of over 40 years' experience a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases of women. Every letter of this sort has the most careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly confidential. Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr. Pierce what they .-would shrink from telling to their local physician. The local physician is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything without "an examination." Dr. Pierce holds that these distasteful examinations are generally need- less and that no woman except in rare cases FRAKK a. CARPENTER'S LETTER. should submit to them. Dr. Pierce's treatment "mil cure you right in tho privacy of your own home. His ' Favorite Prescription" has cured hundreds of thousands some of them the worst of cases. It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regula...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

Saturday January 22 1910. REPUBLIC POLL RT PASO HERALD 1 " W $ T . . "tf jfi A kHS -M miner JNews of the ooutnwest YOUR 1 " II !LJ" .nrw -j 9 SP r l . IR IPS fe 4i a 4. OC n B e ISA a. n 1Z& ff 9 6 5 V II fi " ' 1 k fc i . ! i. h i mil !'. " 'uagMBUII I II 1 1 1 -wir i-r ! IT !! M-R-E3 fl& v r TAI V J COPPEB PURCHASES ME- MODERATE Contracts Placed for Pig Iron Eastern Steel Mills .Forced to Close. New York Jan. 22. Consumers of copper domestic and foreign have shown very little Interest In the mar- ket for either electrolytic or lake since the first of the year and purchases- have been confined to a few moderate or- ders for brass foundries the largest melters being covered on contracts for I I 111 H. .. M I tv m BrTti "in -- ra ml jpj i I II I I I U. S. GOEN County Chairman. . Baa a bb -b ' a a -----asMgwir ---b- - r - El Paso Dairy Company PRODUCERS OF AND DEALERS HI Pure Milk and Cream Phones: 3ell 340 At 1156 Office 313 IT. 0ret St &fe Crtwley Co EXPERT PRINTERS 531 ...

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

I PASO HERALD 22 Saturday January 22 1910. '- n f "'" '; " KBILLBONS DIE EVEiiY YEAR FOH fcIO 0THEH REASON THAN FATOUE Probably not! The strenuous life of this progressive 20th century of ours almost precludes the possibility of healthful restful REST. Jaded nerves vitiated blood impaired digestion and ovsr-strained heart these are a part of the price we pay for living in the most madly inter- esting and exciting era of the world's history they one and all destroy the capacity for rest- A few when need for iclaxation becomes pressing resort to the artificial and dangerous ob- livion produced by driips; others wiser in their day and generation have discovered the won- derful .soothing and stimulating effect produced by the Static High Frequency Current the Helios Therapeutic Arch. Eay and the production of Electro-Medicated Ozone. By this lat- ter method of treatment no medicine is given internal!- or applied externally. The Electro- Medicated Ozone is absorbed through the pores of t...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

d1 Saturday January 22 1910. 23 T. H. Andrews Talks of About Ball and Other Sport the Fighter fo O "' Wmsfo Anderson Makes Good jOl 1 &y a m llkT i I "DILL DnHUT bsstu iu ui BSBiuii uii JriL ft UlIUClllU JLJ9U2m.a1.CS0 iJILOITw One F. Harbuck of Shreveport La.. Here's what the gentlemanly scout who first brought "Wingo to the gaze or the minor league audiences writes of him: Shreveport La. January 7. Mr. August Hermann Cincinnati O. Dear Sir I have just a few remarks to make to you about "Wingo" Ander- son the young southpaw from El Paso Texas. I have for the last three years been scout for the Shreveport baseball j club and while out in the bush I picked up this young fellow the latter part of the season of 190S. He pitched only two games for us but made a grand showing; and when he reported last spring Dale Gear failed to give him a proper showing and let him get away from him; but I lay a lot of the blame to Lee Garvin (catcher) as he seems inclined to givea youngster no show...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 24 Saturday January 22 1910. 4 rize to a 'eucatessen (Herald's Sporting News By N. M. Walker) " - T7L nd Golf r: ' Bowling J. lfcll I 5Z I Kept1 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 Gorned Beef per lb. .40c Cooked Brisket per lb 40c Smoked Brisket Beef per lb. 30c Salami Sausage per lb . . 35c Cervlot Sausage per lb 35c Liver Sausage with Truffles per -lb . 80c Liver Sausage with Goose Liver p'er lb. .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 Fancy Queen Olives in bulk per pint 35c Sweet Midget Pickles in bulk per pint 25c New Dill Pickles per doz 20c & 40c Stuffed Sweet Mango Pickles each . . 5c & 10c Louisiana Preserved Pigs in bulk per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

All the News Herald Prints It first Wlille It's Fresh. Yet "Ee That Is Not With Me Is Against Me" Says Eev. Caspar Wright. CHUECH NEEDS A NERVE TONIC Stewards Hired His Time But Do Not Control His Mouth He Declares. "What are you afraid of? The man who won't take sides amounts to no more than a dummy in front of a cloth- ing' store not so much for a dummy can't back-up. I have no respect for the fellow who won't come out dn -the open but I do respect even an enemy who is not afraid to say where he stands." This was one -of Dr. "Wright's peroroations. "He that is not with me is against me. " St. Matthew 30th verse and 11th chapter was the text of the sermon by Dr. Caspar S. Wright at Trinity Methodist chuTch Sunday night end 12th chapter was the text of his preached a sermon that told his con- gregation and all El Paso that he was not "on the fence." "You stewards of this church . have just got my time employed; you haven't bought my mouth" is the way he told his congregation that Oi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

"Suppose Your Property Burns Tonight." Have bought tlie 'Fire Insurance business of T. B. Doekery & Co. and are sole agents for the Insurance ! Companies formerly represented by bun. i "We assure all of Mr. Dockery 's clients that tbeir patronage is appreciated and we solicit its continuance. ALSO-- We nave bougbt tbe interest of EUpatriek & Reynaud in tbe firm of Loomis Kilpatriek & Reynaud. Tbe ac- quiring of tbese two strong agencies gives tbe agency of Loomis Bros. the. best .com- pany representation in El Paso. Our clients' inter- ests will at all times be carefully safe- guarded. The loss record of all our com- panies during the San Ifraneisco fire is beyond comparison. We offer absolute I protection to insurers at prices as fIow as any. . ANY KIND OF IN- SURANCE . Plate Glass Tor- nado Auto- mobile Fire Experience is wortb something. "We have been in tbe I'ire In- surance business for 20 years. "Suppose Your Prop- erty Burns Tonight" ii 202 Texas St Bell Phone 456...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

Saturday January 22 1910. JLi Save Oil! C "The Cash Stor 2 lbs. Cottolene QA. for 3UC 4 lbs. Cottolene Ef IS 10 lbs. Cottolene (t - Qg for p J. 5e3 3 cans Pioneer Carnation or OJ? St. Charles Milk for uC Eagle Brand 3Iilk 1C per can IwC 6 cans small Pet or St. O f Charles Milk for dtDQ 12 lbs. fancy Irish Potatoes S f for '. uDC 100 lbs. fancy Irish d Tg Potatoes for t 1 D Standard Butter Afir per lb TfU C Royal Salad Dressing 35c fr bottles (guaranteed) OvC Seeded Raisins 12 oz. Og packages 3 for wC Seeded Raisins 16 oz- tf packages 2 for wC 12 oz. package Currants 1 A 1G oz. package Currants rtg 2 for ." uuv Evaporated Cherries OC per lb OOC Evaporated Easpberries QP 1 lb. pkg DOC Evaporated Peaches "J'A per lb J- V Evaporated Apples gj 2 pkgs. for wOC 3 lbs. good Prunes e gf for OC Standard ompany "THE CASH STORE" Bell Phone 901 219 S. El Paso St. Auto Phone 1348 MIXING STEWS. Globe Ariz. Jan. 24. It Is rumored that the Phelps-Dodge people will take over the properties of the Ari...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

Monday January HATE OF PAY FOB CENSUS TAKERS Schedule Is Higher in Com- munities Where Living Is Higher. A bulletin has been issued frbm the census bureau in Washington which gives the rate of pay and the classifi- cation of rates for the census enumera- tors. The varying vrage scales in the dif- ferent parts of the United States and the extent of the local difficulties con- fronting the enumerators have guided the census director in Washington -Unfixing enumerator's compensation. The different classes of rates will be so applied thatin general the average enumerator will earn the same amount even though the population in one dis- trict may be such sparser than in an- other and other conditions also differ- ent. Where the per capita rates will not give sufficient pay the per diem ra-tes are prescribed. The rates in general will be so adjusted as to give a slightly higher average amount to the enumera- tors than they received in 100. Per diem rates will be paid to the enumerators in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

E3L PASO HERALD Monday January 24 1910. 5. LAS CRUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY HERALD OX SAX.B IX IjAfl CRUCES Iff. M. Framfc A. Hairier Agremt opposite poartoCtlcc Dally Herald oh nle by Laa Cthccxj DtoS Co. Caraozze'a Nerra Stsad apeeite aoatoflice fcte Dyspepsia XenouH People Are Frequent Sufferers From Too" Much Hydrochloric Acid in the Stomach. 70"MEASURE WATER USED I1T VALLEY UTater Users Meet "With the Government Represen- tatives at Cmces. Las Cruces. X. M. Jan. 24. A meet-jg- of the commissioners of the three - itches Las Cruces. Mesllla and Dona ina -was held In this city on Saturday- frederick I. Bbcby of the department Jf agriculture in the interest of Irri- gation Investigation with offices at the A. & M. college 'was present as -was also J. B. Stoneking of the college for . - .jj I I ! LAS GRUCES PEOPLE EKTHUSI1STIG OIER HERALD'S IRK. FOR VALLEY Las Cruces X. M. Jan. 24. The ef- i "Of course The Herald is a booster forts of The Herald to boost the Mesilla for the Mesllla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

AGA-Z1NE PAGE Monday- January 24 1910 EDITORIAL AND L PASO Established April. 18SL 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 P.RESS AND A3IER. ISTBWSP. 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- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Business Office ......... Editorial Rooms Society Reporter Advertising department HERALD S"JBLEPHO:rcSS anss. i " TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION". laAly Herald per month. 60c; per year ?7. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Daily Herald Is delivered by carriers In Bl Paso East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Cludad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state In his com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday January 24 1910 n f7 X' Offices In New Building m V ' The floor plans of the modern fireproof building of the Amer- Yj fufy' icon National Bank are now read- and offices may now be re- OW 'T served by making application at the bank. (j. I JB The American National Bank ft L M OF EL PASO W j0 Capital and Surplus $240000.00. V IX THE CHURCHES. IX THE CHURCHES. OR WRIGHT TAKES A FALLOUT OF THE Mil W (Continued my text. "Well I am golng to stick to it tonight 'He rhaX not Trith me is against me." The 3Ina Afraid. "St. Paul first Coughl for tilings that were not Tight tintil he -was converted then he fought jus; as hard for what he thought was a righr. Oh for more men who will dare to take sides! It Js the hardest thing in the world for he to have respect for a man -who is ifraid to do so and so because he lloesn't know how other people will Fike it. "I am not dealing with personalities and pigmies. I lead "a life above that. Til have you understand. "Take the prohib...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

EE PASO HERALD Monday January 24 1910.- ARTESIA TO HAVE AN" ICE FACTORY BAPTISTS BUILD AT VAN HORN SOUTHERN PACIFIC TO BUY TWIN BUTTES TWO WEDDINGS AT j NEW MORMON COLONY SANTA ROSA LOCATED IN SINALOA - - ZL '' L 3mA -Till Today's News of the Great Southwest 7 i Work Begins on the New County Bridge Many Go to Hear Sembrieh. Artesia N. M Jan. 24. C. M. "Mea'dc af Oklahoma Citv is making a second visit here completing arrangements lo put in a 10 ton ice plant. It is to be Ino-ltoi -5cr i-i-t-1i nf tha olfllfo mill Mr. Meade is investing considerably in I AP.0(!i it a meeting of the Commercial ! I it was voted to petition the railroad to build a switch leading directly to the i-r- niint ice plant. j A committee consisting of Gayle Tal- ! bor a Y Gilbert S. E. Ferre Oliri M Ragsdale and Jas. D. TVhelan siccom- rnifttrl liv nnnM- citrroT'ir fnYininfliam -r A. -r -A. t-- j. 1 I 7tiVJr - tt 7 ""I V" "111J UttCiiUiHC Hit t.Vl. iJ.kl. upon "which the new bridge across the ! Pecos is to be bu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

EL PASO HEUALD Monday. January 24 1910. 9 The From the Great Play of the Same Name by- Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford Moore ::aaii retreate!! "from the room ns Judith IJarteluiy entered leaving the judge's daughter alone vyfth the managing editor. McHenry had long tlattiTeil himself that he had mt many attractive women in hi- tlme. but as Ue roo to meet Judltl; Barteliay and surveyed this fasb louably gowned young woman hi made a mental note that she surpasseu them all Her blond features were o: distinctly patrician cast. Her blue eyes had the magnetic qualities so en vied by the many less fortunate wo- men and the pure whiteness of her finely curved chin and neck was ad vantageously revealed by the low cut collar of tar princess gown of wine colored silk which clung to a figure that celebrated artists had pronounced unusual in its symmetry. x "1 desire to complain about the ar- ticle attacking my father this morn- ing." the girl began. "Yes?" answered McHenry. "I wish an ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

EI 10 Monday January 24 1910. B4 T" PP. Mh- r D U l frt1. 'TUBPD nAF IO WRb'lw.r'prnA.Mr v. ! ! I'' rr prt- t- ll V A BIT OK SLUMMING -GIVE: US SOME OF VOUR BEST CUISINE- MAKE IT PORK AND BEAMS rORTvov -2DPyRIGHT19;y THE NEW Clihigs Lost and Found; Personals and Public ISTotices X. Cemt a. Word. No Ad. Less Tlias 25c IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It will be returned to you If an honest person find It. Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day througn this column. LOST F0UHD. LOST Lady's hunting case watch El- gin movement; star and crescent on back diamond in center of star; black silk fob gold mounted. Reward and no questions asked if returned to 504 Mesa. THE UNWRITTEN rAW Advertise Sive tUe leser the same publicity yea vreald expect had the loss heex yoHrj. r Help and Situations In and Around El Paso JL Ceat Wert N Ad. Less Thsut 25c HELP WAKTED iff ALB. WANTED. 'ORDERS FOR MEN FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK. WE HAVE SOME MIGRTT GOOD MEN WHO ARE OPEN FOR PROPOSITIONS I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

L PASO HERALD Mondav January 24 1910. 11 1 oo Late I o Uassitv i o IF THIS FARM IS TOO LARGE We have others smaller highly Im- proved. 257 acres all unimproved. Dwelling- S rooms laborers cottages store nous- es hay barns pumping plant fenced. The richest soil in the valley. Yields a ! torn more per -acre than any other val- ley farm. Income of 510000 to $12000 annually.- Owner has other interests and must sell. Small cash payment; balance long: terms. Loomis Bros. 20.1 Texas St. FOR TRADE 2 fine lots east front right on top of the hill in Sunset Heights. Will trade in on good resi- dence and pay $1000 in cash. HAW- KINS BROS. WILL TAKE AUTOMOBILE as part payment on this 5 room brick on 2 full lots on Texas St. $4000. HAW- KINS BROS. h BARGAIN! BARGAIN! A few lots on Wvomine: St. at $t0 each; in paved district. HAWKINS BROS. WANTED TO BUY FROM OWNER A t nice cottage on nortn sine; win va-y cash. W. H. J- care Herald. j ' P AUTOMOBILE cash for good care Herald. WANTED Will runabout. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 January 1910

12 Monday January 24 1910. HtJLj -. Stuffed Figs and Dates Fancy Imported Figs and Dates stuffed with wal- nuts almond and pecans. Eegular price 40c. This week we will close them out for 25c per box. FRESH VEGETABLES Large California Celery 10c Fancy Florida Tomatoes per lb. 15c Hot House Cucumbers each 20c -New Orleans & California Lettuce 10c Mountain Cabbage per lb. oe Florida Green Beans per lb. 25c Green Bell & Chili Pepper per lb. 25c Brussel Sprouts per lb 20e Fresh Spinach per lb. 10c Water Cress 10c Turnips Beets & Carrots 3 bunches 10c Cauliflower per lb. 12 l-2c 15cresn Mexican Strawberries Per BoxlSc 50 Pound Box Fancy Apples $2.50 50 Pound Box Choice Apples . $2.00 SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. Linseed Oil as you all know is crushed from Flax Seed. America produced in 1908 35000000 bushels. In 1909 25.700000 bushels making a shortage of one-third. Conse- quently Linseed Oil is higher than for several years. We have but one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 January 1910

MMsranH tBBagprmw U Paso Texas Tuesday Evening January 25 1910.-10 Pages AH the Xew Herald Prints It first Willie It's FreMi. Death Claims J. E. Terry Pioneer Stage Driver Confederate Soldier Contractor and G-ood Citizen. p . $ . DUiuUi IlLflihilO II I IILHLI Friglitened at Result of tlie Fight on Meat They Are Cutting Prices. MEAT TOO IS ON" THE DECLINE Boycott on 'Meat Is Taken Up in Oklahomar-Spread-ing in Many Places. New York X. X. Jan. 25 Milk but- ter and eggs lead the procession of re- ceding prices In food products here- to- day. 3feat too Is oh. the decline following greatly reduced consumption. 3Iilk is down a cent a quart already on at least two big dealers' routes the best batter is cut fire cents per pound ud eggs are off five cents a dozen. Sealers peeing the result of the meat boycott have decided to cut the prices In other commodities before the boycott ipreads. Oklahoma Boycott. Tulsa Okla. Jan. 25. The Central Trades council with OTer 2UO0 members today declared a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 January 1910

a f Property Burns Tonight55 E9 Have "bought the Eire Insurance business of T. B. Dockery & Go. I and are sole agents for .the Insurance Companies formerly represented by him. We assure all of Mr. Doclierys clients that their patronage is appreciated and we solicit its continuance. B ALSO- "We have bought the interest of EUpatrick 11 & Beynaud in the firm J I ox ijoomis jiiipatncK & Seynaud. The ac- quiring of these two strong agencies gives j the agency of Loomis Bros the best com- S pany representation in SI Paso. I Our clients inter- ests will at all thries be carefully safe- guarded. The losst record of -all our com- panies during the San Francisco fire is f beyond comparison. . We offer absolute protection to insurers at prices as low as any. ANY EIHD OF IN SURANCE fllatc ass Tor- nado Auto- mobile Fire Experience is worth something. We have been in the I'ire In- surance business for 20 years. "Suppose Your Prop- erty Burns Tonight" 202 Texas St. Bell Phone 456 Auto...

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