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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Friday January 28 1910. ! SPORTING NEWS 1 ctp dUujdaJk) f3mm ii nui umu i m 8! m&?s?&M. i mi him emni e a mr-w r jmw?i e tniuiii. iiiiuu i r ih i i v i ri KLHLflS Government In soecte A Proof That The Price of Meat is Not High El Paso recently lias been more or less agitated concerning the high price of meat. Much has been said pro and con. As a proof that the price of meat is not nigh we note below several special prices for tomorrow. Not only on Saturday but every day in the week you find at this market the choicest government in- spected meats and the prices you pay are cheap considering the cost of raw ma- terial and handling ' " - Saturday Meat Specials The four following specials are for tomorrow only. In addition to these four spe- cials everything else that is needed in the way of meats fruits vegetables; and groceries can be supplied here tomorrow in the best qualities at lowest prices. Prime Pib Roast tomorrow only per lb Chuck Pot Poast special to- ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Friday January 28 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession. The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune. The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. W MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOG Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. ' Indicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. 1 BelL Auto. f Business Office 115 1115 HERALD J Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 TELEPHONES. Society Reporter 1019 I Advertising department I16 " TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION". Dally Herald per month 60c; per year. 7. Weekly Herald per year 2. The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Bliss and Toirae. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

L PASO HERALD Friday January 28 1910. u Saturday Prime Rib Roast per lb .. . . 12c Rump Roast per lb. Saturday 10c Shoulder Roast per lb. Saturday only 10c Sausage on sale Saturday per lb. only 10c FINE PICKLES AND OLIVES Sealsliipt Oysters and Home Dressed- Poultry Opitz Phones Bell 136 Auto 2345. SUBSCRIPTIONS II 'L HOE (Continued From Page Ope.) J. H. Nations .. 200.00 H. J. Simmons H. B. Stevens ... ... 100.00 106.00 R. F. Burges "W. H. Burges Jarrell -Ballard & Co J. G. McNary '. . Dr. Leslie Hyde ...-. National Bank of Commerce... TV. Cooley H. T- Ponsf ord Chas. :. McBean Xfcjvis Lumber Co.... Friends Chas. B. Stevens E- M. Bray O. H. Baum Mrs. L. Bond TV. G. Jolly :. F. A. Norton (in books) 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 75.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 40.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 - 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 20.00 T. M. Wingo Galbraith Foxworth Co. A- G. Foster Mis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 Friday January 28 1910. outhwest reat ews the Mining IV itP CiUM Ml ID 01 TONS OF uUlill niliLu HnlL LjyuujUuu iuiiu us U SI in IBS U! a i a Chemung Burro Mountain Savanna and Many Other Companies in the District Are Rushing Work. J. J. Stauber manager of tlie Savanna Copper company has lately -svxitten in the -current number of Mines and Metals an interesting description of the Burro Mountain mining district :New Mexico. Among other things he says that the district is 14 miles south-west of Silver City -with which it is connected by two stage lines making daily trips to and from. The Little Burro mountains are about 6300 feet elevation abovjs sea lev- el while the Big Burros have an eleva- tion of S000 feet. Copper is reDorted to have been dis- covered as early as 1871. The district went through many vicissitudes common to -western camps. The St Louis mine was about the only property of any note for ..ia nv vonrs and is said to liave pro duced about $1000000. Itnow...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD - - . -Friday January 28 1910. IY v . . e && FOR SOREST UlCEOS sa i Estate 1 he There is but one way to cure an old sore or chronic nicer and that is to remove the cause that produces and keeps it open. 2To matter where located any sore that remains until it becomes chronic does so because of impure blood; the circulation constantly discharges its polluted matter into the place and it is impossible for nature to heal the sore. S. S. S. heals sores and ulcers by purifying the blood. It removes every trace of taint or impurity from the circulation and thus completely does away with the cause! "No local application reaches below the infected flesh at the spot andfor this reason can have no curative effect on a sore or ulcer; while such treatment is being used alone the germs and impurities are constantly increasing in the blood and the sore is bound to grow worse. When S.S.S. lias cleansed the blood and enriched and purified the circulation the place begins to ta...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

EL FASO 10 Piiday January 28 1910. "L - - -g- -- -- gf- - ;- fl MAYBFlAKTwSfe YES. HE IS n hB t ' ( LIKE TO 60 BER- GOING 1 HAVfl r SEEMS J- - UHL i -PVlkir WITH IK Arisen u.m! V111 TO KNOWl iX rfcaT Va "Ji? IIBilW :?. . I Dr tv 1 i - X (lHii W t ?ARE THICK MERCYl ' rrlVl lc Site?- t!?JL P3 s?tt& jt o?Tl "'Iiraf " f Pfi lifs!--3S:- rvicy iKigw: cir ccr R.mf rrv ia r:PFMAIM upppfeV.araS '" .VL-Xk. V vlCSAND LET ME VEttS&z f ' f ' a? I' - GO AN D STARTS X ifS IVN PICKING! pvS W 'SvmiMm sw heret? y vp- f 3VA'ifS55EH - J V' ivlo --v.firt'')' r r- iiri - SPSSHfivViPtfSJ .irzud V -iA' 5rrt- fiN' . t- -tvt'TCTl ) y .1 J 15-2 WELL-. YES. J THINK 1 SHAlft JSTAY HERE! YOU CAN GO WITH JAKE AND WHEN YOU AVHT CALL MEv COLQHELyJ. NO. DEAR! YOU STAY HERE t iXr K-t r - - AND I'LL GOilfLL FJLL THOSE XXk -tT . ' rX BUCKETS IN NO TIME. JAKE .- HAS DISAPPEARED! VHERE M.L r- 1 1 unrV rri. nui ui-j ivnni".iLi t-( - rg??Mflm 255PYEK2n". IKS 3T Chings Lost and Found; Personals and s Public Notices ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Friday January 28 191G. 11 t i "V Too Late To Classify Too Late to Classify PROTEST ST JHE One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c Ml MINI UN METER A LETTER FOR YOU. ReplIeB sent in care of The Herald office "were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should be called lor not iater than one -week after belli? builo- tlned: B. M. C. J. G. G. B. H. 420 L- H. B. JL G M. P. S. L C. T. X. S. c. b. a Z. S. D. E. d. c. z. F. C 235 Z. 163 F. 392 Business G. 37 Exchange H. C. V. 25 J. a 213 36C CROSSED EYES I can straighten crossed eyes without operation with my specially ground lenses. No pain no inconvenience but sure. Examina- tion free. GEO. D. KENDALL 20 Mesa Ave. Makes Glasses Bight. nins -wtt.t. nvi RECEIVED Until Feb. 1st 1910 for the removal of buildings on premises now occupied by Hoyt Furniture Co. Addres3 Adolph S. Schutz care W- T. Hixson uo. FOR ONE WEEK We offer coffee rnd tea at actual cost. Are going to move and you can save 50 percent...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 28 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Friday January 28 1910. TFfi Jiiiii SPECIAL PRICE ON Fancy Gano Apples Saturday we will sell Fancy Gano Apples at five cents per pound. These apples are extra nice good keepers and very cheap at this price. 5 PGUroS 50 POTTED FRESH VEGETABLES Large California Celery 10c Fancy Florida Tonmoes per lb. 15c Hot House Cucumbers each 20e IsFew Orleans & California Lettuce 10c ' Mountain' Cabbage per lb. oe Florida Green Beans per lb. 25c Green Bell & Chili Pepper per lb. 25e Brussel Sprouts per lb 20c. Fresh Spinach per lb. 10c Water Cress 10c . Turnips Beets & Carrots 3 Punches 10c Cauliflower per lb. 12 l-2c 15c-res"k Mexican Strawberries Per Box 15c Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. AufcbllSL y III Spe SEAL Jackson Grocery Co. Are our eQusive selling agents in El Paso. We do not sell or slrinour goods to any. other dealer; consequently their ' stojg is the only one at. which we can guarantee consumers -jjfrill receive our importations fan. 19 1920. CHASE THE WE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EI Pasor Texas Satarday Evening January 29 1910.--24Pages All the News Herald Prints It Hrst While It' Fresh. L. Man Is Arrested at Austin and Federal Grand Jury- Is Probing Charges. INVESTIGATING- CONVICT CAMPS Austin Texas Jan. 29 Joseph Wil- liam Woods justice of the peace of Burleson county was arrested yester- day charged -with conspiracy to hold Ward M. Fuller In peonage. Woods was arrested following a com- plaint filed by government agent J. W. Vann with United States commissioner James BT. Hart after several months' In- vestigation by Isecret service men. The investigation was kept from the pub- lic Wood's bond was fixed at $3000. Others are charged with conspiring with Woods but the names are withheld as arrests have not yet been made. Wood's hearing is set for Monday. Federal CoHrt Probe. Thirty or so negroes and white men who have been assembling at the fed- eral building in the last few days has given rise to the belief that -they are here to give the federal grand jury ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

1 1 C MljtW hJK9AJ!AS CfMk J Tiilffi I 1 1 pi I i flliiWi'i1 7 i W ii m lill'lllfcl 1 Our advance showing of stylish. 1910 garments is so extensive for the next week that it really partakes of the nature of a ; style.show. ' ' We are partic- ularly fortunate this season in having secured a range of styles in all classes of garments that is far greater than any season before. In this -same eonnec- .tion we feel no hesitancy in saying that nowhere in El Paso can you find a showing of exclusive styles to compare with ours. Spring Dresses : iJPTpBjffl j UOTl t mSQ IWltSl&Cl Jkj MmMI!& nlP I e recewe complaints every day from "real El Pasoans" that the 7wL. llapMl $$k 1 unscrupvlous dealer endeavors to persuade them to buy inferior cof- llWk 'J?Pm1 u I Zee when they demand -Mraw I T -& MfSm m wmm ' i 9k. " jT'i-r M Tailored Suits The showing of tailored suits is one of the big features for next -week. The range includes suits at a nominal price up to suis elaborate enough for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

Saturdav January 29 1910. Shp By Mail Careful attention given to all orders from out-of-town customers. We guarantee satis- faction in every particular. Pictorial Review Patterns Absolutely correct and reliable. The newest styles for spring are now in and ready for your selection. In Garments For Women's EL PASO HERALD 1 ' : z ' r I r i oe Clever csi rioueis i Woolen Dress Fabrics FOR SPRING TWre enthusiastic about our magnificent line of "Woolen Dress Fabrics and you will be the same when 3'ou see them. The colorings and designs shown are .those best calculated to please the refined taste of neat dressers not a conglomeration of Joud colors and striking patterns and regarding the pricsS- e can safely say that the values have ne er been matched. 54-inch serge white with black stripe and black or navy blue with white stripe (gey f a yard PiJJ 54-inch Yigoureaux a fabric per- fect in weight tevture and color ings lor tailored coat suits a yard Shadow plaid shadow stripe and novelty su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

Saturday. January THAT WERE AT THE OF THE Utterly impossible to wait on the people today but come again Monday and ail next week. Sale will continue until stock is sold. Extra inducements offered in every department each day. B fc. m EMEnBts. ra BHBHBIBflHS .0pV9Wtew MMjtiBBtlbs. vflp v!!3S jJPpBBB h1e Ss HE9 F. J. BRAY Manager I Vogue Dry Goods Company's Old Stand m - " " i 1 1 a a rri irre a mt LID KsEKJ KsEJ mLS MESILLA Ban Is Placed on Smkoing Diinkiag and Grambling. College Notes. Agricultural College N. M. Jan. 29. A rigid campaign for the strict enforce- ment of college discipline is being inau- gurated by the college authorities- The ban has been. placed upon smoking or chewing tobacco drinking alcoholic bev- erages and gamblng along with various other things. The president is making an effort to have the territorial law en- forced -which prohibits anyone from selling or giving to "any student of any educational institution in New Mexico tobacco ir any form." The Gibbons clu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday January 29 1910. B v rlKBffiH&9--i Regal Shoes For Young Men In our large showing of new Regal Fall styles there are some more pronounced models for those who prefer the ex- treme fashions of the season. These smart Regal styles will appeal to evay young man is town. They can- not be duplicated in any othsr ready to-wear shoes- aor can other shoes give the exact t you get in Regal quarter' sizes. M I i t xfi I IS fsS9ty I fc; i 53so I It y(Jp 4T JF $400 and & v LERNER SHOE CO. 215 EL P.Ao ST. UtmwmJBBBB&EBSSBImB COXV1CTED BURGLARS ARC TAKEN TO PENITENTIARY Seven prisoners who were confined in the county jail awaiting their transfer to the penitentiary at Huntsville Tex. left Thursday ight in the custody of T- S. Bishop a contract transfer agent. The men are Harry Lathrop Ralph White A. Miller Frank Johnson An- tonio Parra and Melquiades Cabral all charged with burglary and sentenced to serve two years in the penitentiary and Santiago McBain convic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Saturday January 29 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption and succession The Dally 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. KEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC! Entered at the El Paso PoEtoftlce 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. HSRALD TELEPHONES BelL Auto. Business Odea 115 1115 Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 Society Reporter 1019 Advertising department 116 TER3IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally Herald 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. A subscriber desiring- the address on his paper changed will please sta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

L PASO HERALD Saturday January 29 1910. t Our ovmi Commences in real earnest Monday morning and until our new store is completed at our old stand and present location we 'will be found at the corner of FIRST AND STANTON with our usual excellent and high grade lines of Furniture Carpets and Draperies. In our large and roomy temporary quarters we will he as well prepared tb take care of our friends and custom- ers as ever. Our stock will- he kept up to the usual standard in every way and a cordial invi- tation is extended to visit us here until' our new store is neatly. Hoyt Furniture Company EL PASO TEXAS WmKMmtf 1 lme 1 o Get That New prtng Suit - New Spring Suit- ings Here 2fl l-irfc Uffl ( For a Suit Made to Order U IO pU For a Suit That Fits '1 flg 03BBSBB9HEBS' I i s jany Improvements Are Being Made Realty Is Also Brisk. Artesia X. M. Jan. 29. Building along all lines steadily increases in Artesia. Quite a number of handsome residences are in process of erection. The two .about ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 3 Saturday January 29 1910. ' vV - - . ' .-Xl. kvka.: . . ..'. &'': The next month means more to customers than any previous time at The Bazaar. As a matter of fact we haven't a full month as we must be out of this building before March 1st. They begin tearing down our present building on March the 1st and in the meantime we want to close out all present stock. Do not put off coming here too long. Special lots are being closed out every day and you should come and get your share. . yss -3 " 'j" fci -iiiiMM--TiriirnMiTrTiTr-MriiTMTMrr-MTiimrTrwT-Mn t a- -i. .r. j y i ? 't 't &v.-a k V v 'N.Ssi s'i? Only a Month More of Eejnoval Sale Bargains Look for Red Canvas Front Many Cement Walks Axe Being Constructed News Notes and v Personals. Obar Is'. M. Jan. 29. The "mound builders" have been at -work in Obar. They liave built a row of mounds on each side of Circle Bar avenue the main business street for a distance of six full blocks from the Rock Island txacks south....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

& EcvaaFaa?wit.j k.msj3rrMSSKSigm Saturday. January 29 1910. i Oil Wk m W$ 1 Eg vH3pSI WB X3b. Ka j-" xsfa era l . en A Gas Heater I These. Mornings- Means j Dressing In Comfort i 1 fi MONEY AKD METALS. New York call Of course you sleep with your windows open. And equally of course the room is cold when you. wake up in the morning. It's a nuisance building a fire. By the time the paper is in and the krndling and the heavier wood on top of that you are chilled through and through. What Vpu ought to have is a gas heater. Then all you have to do in the morning is turn a valve strike a match and your fire is going. Let us show you the different kinds of gas. heaters and how little they cost. v ii Quotations. (By Associated Pres3. New York Jan. 29. Money on -y percent. Prime mercantile paper 45 per- cent. - Closing Quotations Today. Bar silver 52. Desilverized lead $4.674.72. Copper standard and March $13.20 13.37. Mexican dollars 44c. Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.S5. Current Sme...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

ERALD 10 Saturday January 29 1910. WANTED HOUSES. SPECIAL NOTICE. TYPEWRITERS. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. WELLIU WAITA LITTLE WHILE f IV) cON6 TO h. A-yl SSF ( JU SflY TO HER ' . PKOPO& TO m j k Uf Cr SWEETHEART t LOYf I WANT VOU HO-TO VOU WSRB 60K6 J O. f ' jmm CS l8E-BEr- ! " R) TEJ. ME. 7- JpTRi $(gl0M sS WELL ILL WAIT ABOUT 5lXnONTH I V.9 A JV to ses Stf VftwjEi ij'i 'JQ ' COPYRIGHT. 1910. BY THE Filings Lost arid Found; Personals and Pnhlir Notices I Ct Ward. No. Ad. Lea- Tfaxst . IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It will be returned lo you If an honest person finds It. Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day threugn this column. LOST FOUND. LOST Mink fur neckpiece. Reward. Return to E. E. Neff. LOST Black leatherette case contain- ing receipts and papers of no value ex- cept to myself. $5 reward if same Is delivered to Banco Cananea Cananea Mex. C. W- McEenry. THE UNWRITTEN M"W ATrT??U rive the loser tke me publicity yon would expect kd the loss bees yoHr. Eel...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday January 29 1910. li FOR SALE KAL ESTATE. FOR RENT. An S room residence east front on K. Oregon St. overlooking the entire city. Steam heat. Will rent furnished or unfurnished to right party at a low rental. 130C E. Overland St. 4 rooms and bath. modern. 510.00. 407 S. El Paso St. a firstclssu and upodate store room. $75.00. A firstclass livery stable suitable for garage close in; 100 by 120 feet. "Will lease or rent by the month. $75. BEHR & WATTS. MONEY TO LOAX. WE WRITE FIRE INSURANCE. CITY NAT. BANK BUILDING. PHONE 451. WE HAVE $50000 TO LOAN ON EL PASO REAL ESTATE SECURITY. BE MODERN. TRUST IN A GOOD BOND. Putting faith in human nature Is nat- ural but opposed to modern business principles. Be modern put your trust in a good bond. Misplaced confidence makes you feel doubly bad when you ose both confidence and money. NEWMAN INVESTMENT COMPANY. A greats For NATIONAL SURETY CO. Of New York. TELEPHONE 550. MEXICO LANDS. OLD MEXICO AND SOUTHWEST TEXAS LAND...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Saturday January 29 1910. EVER A ir Will You Get Such When This Stock Is Sold All Shelf and Builders' Hardware at Cost and Less 1(3 ISlliiilg 110 S. Oregon St. BEMINBER OF INDIAN DAYS by El Paso Man Recalls Killing Chief Victorious Band East of Here. Geo. J. Lewis of El Paso has a sou- venir in his possession tihat is a remind- er of the days when Indian forays in the vicinity of El Paso "were common occurrences The souvenir is a vellow old slip of Jetter paper dated at Fort Davis. Texas Aug- 5. 1880. and says: "Sir: Should you have in your pos- session the lock of tthe mail sack Which was I believe out off iy the indians or know where it is. you "will oblige me by ttinx it and returning it to this office. "Very respeetfullv. "John D. Davis P. M. "Per L. Browning." The lock referred to was cut from a mail bag which Yietorio and his band of warriors rifled near Eagle Springs after killing the stage driver John Llle- "wellyn and his escort Frank Myatt. The killing ac...

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