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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Ik ' ' m THE UNION ATION 1 f 1 a Will Will Be the M Whan the Following Lis! is Disposed of Your Ghanoa f . 120 Feet Price $350 Front Foo Fair Improvements 209t IVles a Doesn't Know Much About the Strike in Mexico and Therefore Doesn't Say Much About It. 'It seems quite like the Bowery" said Edwin Gould of New York city as lie stepped from his private car ixie" at the union station this morning-. Mr. Gould arrived from -a week's visit to Mexico his first trip to the capitalv and he doubtless meant that El Paso looked like the Bowery in comparison. "Just a pleasure trip" explained the man of the world known name. "I have been on a trip through the southwest and the jog into Mexico was just a side trip." Mr. Gould who among other things is president of the St- Louis Southwestern railway is traveling with William H. Taylor vice president of the "Cotton Belt" and Dwlght C. Harris Mr. Gould's cousin. "Railroad business is better all over the United States now since the thre...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

Special Low Fees By the Reliable Permanently Established Specialists For Men's Diseases IN ORDER TO PLACE A CURE WITHIN THE REACH OF MANY WHO ARE UNABLE TO PAY OUR REGULAR FEES AND IN ORDER TO DEMONSTRATE THE GREAT SUCCESS WE ARE MEETING WITH BY OUR NEW SYSTEM OF TREATMENT IN CASES THAT HAVE MET WITH FAILURE BY EVERY OTHER METHOD WE WILL DURING THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS BEGINNING TUESDAY FEBRUARY FIRST MAKE OUR CHARGES SO REA- SONABLE THAT ANYONE NO MATTER HOW POOR CAN AVAIL THEMSELVES OF EXPERT TREATMENT. ( Having met with remarkable success and encouragement here and having the largest practice of any institution in the southwest and knowing that many who need treatment badly have neglected consulting us for fear that our charges would not be within their reach has induced us to make this offer. Remember this is the largest best equipped oldest and most reliable institution established and conducted by the foremost Specialists of the country doctors of national rep- iitation wht are gr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 15 Saturday January 29 1910. An IS. D. Teils "E With Ostcopa GEORGE B. KLINE M. D. of Mc- IMechen. W. Va. a brother of L. C. Kline D. O. of Tarentum Pa. las the following experience with Os- teopathy reported in the December is- sue of "The Medical World" of Phila- delphia. It will be interesting to our practitioners and especially the com- ment of the editors in conclusion who "print it for -what it may be worth" and advise AL D.'s suffering from hard times to try tiie newer methods. Editor Medical World:- I notice in November World an advertisement 'Os- teopathy for the Physician.' Osteopathy is a ffood thing- when properly used; but for any one to expect to learn anything i worth winle irom a dook is expecting too much. Some time ago one of my brothers -went to Iowa and fell in with the os- teopaths and graduated Ifrom their col- lege. He located in Pennsylvania and sent me literature among which was a book illustrating and describing the treatments. Now I thought ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

Saturday January 29 1910. 17 T. H. Andrews Talks of the Fighters Gossip About Ball and ier Not News But Views By Walker Straight Tips On Jeff Andrews's Sporting Gossip (By T. S. AHdre-mu) EE PASO HERALD That Carroll Shilling boy Is. sure a riding fool as the pony boys say. His riding on the Bedwell entries during the past week has been the sensation of the racing game. Not content with putting over the Bedwell entry in the Aztec handicap Sunday in addition to riding three other winners which in itself is a record for the Juarez track. Shilling gave an exhibition of track generalship Tuesday that demonstrated the caliber of the boy's riding. Secvile and Orbicular coupled as Johnson & Garety entries were finishing easily as first and second in the race. Moles- worth and Burlingame who were up on the J. & G. entries started to do a "before you my dear" stunt In the la.it lap and Shilling shot his mount out of third place and won in the last jump on Knight Beck. Such clever- nes...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EL PASO. HERALD 18 Saturday January 29 1910. KKYPTOK I iSTEklv WITHOUT I fiSLF 8 WITHOUT TTKTR r& IN1HELEMS The only near-and-far glasses that can be universally worn without discomfort and without that suggestively "old" appear- ance. Bifocals that look and wear like p'-ain glasses but give you perfect double service. OU have seen tHgniried peo- ple duck their lfeads and roll tiieir eyes upward to peer over their eyeglass lenses at things too far away to focus f&rough them. .Clergymen read from manu- script duck and peer at the con- gregation. Lawyers read impres- sive sections from the code duck and peer at the jury. Business men engaged witfli correspondence duck and peer at entering visitors. It is a solemnly ridiculous habit practiced .unconsciously. Our KRYPTOKS cure it.' The Question Of Moods I II " ' 1 : Let's talk it over. It mil be worth your while. EI Paso Optical Co. J. B. Segall Examining Optician Pioneer Plaza Established 1901 El Paso Texas Visitors To El Paso ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

T Saturday January 29 1910. 19 r s i&6JiBl Pioneer Music House Established 1881 SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AKD JOBBERS VICTOR TALKING MACHINES AND RECORDS. EDISON PHONO- GRAPHS AND RECORDS. A. a. SPALDING .& BROS ATHLETIC GOODS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SAME AS IH" HEW YORK Retail Agents for Eastman Ko- daks and Films Premo Cameras and Film Packs Edison Business Phonographs Easy Payments. Catalogs Fur- nished en Application. 101-103 El Paso St i T?T. PARn TTTJCAS v : j The Regulating of a Piano j Is distinct from the Tuning. Action regulating is necessary to preserve the j musical and mechanical qualities of a j piano. For the finest tuning and reg- r ulating call W. D. ROBINSON Bell Phone 240. 2020 Oklahoma St. BAGGAGE PHONF. BELL 1 AUTO 1001 Will be np right away. Careful men- Reasonable prices. LongwelTs Transfer 115 SAN FRANCISCO ST. Produces thick Ibzk riant hair vrfee all otlicr remedies fail. We jraarnatee j uaxiuenue. All JJrusKlsts 25c 5c maa 1 or hcbA tats Ad -nrltli 10...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 20 Saturday January 29 1910. FIRE! m Is an excitable affaire Take down the receiver. If you can't call for 200 call FIKE- Then faint if you like. The FIRE DEPARTMENT will he there just the same. inr Min LES IS FABMt tShe Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Company Some Practical Results In The Southwest " - I Science Of Dry- Farming; How To Do It Successfully j a - i far Dry Farming Down At Cananea The third crop made on the lands of . i w - r.-Lra -!mt nine miles yo. nst if fn "i-P-s ins been harvested and safe nut aia. The crops tliis year ' iver" most!- milo maize and- sorgnum . . ai.d rhe comnanv has installed an en sine and fodder cutter and will feed .... ..in -!... va tr-i' r .1 int. mi uii. . . ... .11. .. tiu .. r th Hrv t5.r rinrinz: the coid . weather. Thev 'will also have plenty of t rx n rt.oiV. noiiios and their dairj' and creamery which is operated neat Cananea The crops were much j better Ums yeai tnan ever ueum.-. auu . this Is caused no doubt by t...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

L PASO HERALD Saturday January 29 1910. 21 Don't you know that every day's neglect means a day of progress in your malady. Why will you continue to neglect your health? Is your health not the most valuable asset -which you possess? Of course it is. and you there- fore most certainly place a value on it beyond any or all of your other possesions. Do you feel that your case is beyond medical aid? Have j'ou been disappointed in your attempte to regain this priceless gift? You must bear in mind that the human body is a machine an J 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 t&ere 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...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

Saturday January 29 1910. 23 r " Oarpet Furniture Department Department When looking for Furniture do.n't fail to call 2(6-218 SAN ANTONIO STREET here. This is the place where your money goes L PASO HERALD QDDIISPCD'Q WILTON RTiaS BODY BRUSSELS 9x12 seamless velvet handsomest ever Rugs. 9x12 size too pretty to describe ac- shown in El Paso curately $22.00 to $35.00 Each $30.00 to $35.00 Each AXMINSTER RUGS MISSION RUGS Oriental and floral patterns 9x12 sizes Somebhing -that will appeal to you; all new $22.50 to $35.00 Each fcAV0'tme snea and brown : $25.00 to $35.00 Each TAPESTRY BRUSSELS The newest and best at the price ItACx W U CxS $15.00 to $22.50 Each The mt thing for bed rooms' alt sizes dok't wait n - $1.75 to $11.00 Each v; Declares That Johnson and Jeffries "Will Fight in California. San Francisco Caf. Jan. 29. Ala- meda county California is the latest spot settled upon for holding the Jeffries-Johnson fight- Jack Gieason has spoken and when Jack speaks things happen. Hefus...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 29 January 1910

24 Saturday January 29 1910. b 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 POUNDS FOR 25c 50 POUND BOX $2.00 FRESH VEGETABLES Large California Celery 10c Fancy Florida Tomatoes per lb. 15c HotjHouse Cucumbers each 20c New Orleans &' Calif ornia Lettuce lOe Mountain Cabbage per lb. 5c Florida Green Beans per lb25c Green Bell & Chili Pepper per lb. 25c Brussel Sprouts per lb 20e Fresh Spinach per lb. 10c r Water jCress 10c Turnips Beets & Carrots '3 bunches 10c Cauliflower per lb. 12 l-2c 15cFres Mexican Strawberries Per BoxlSc l Phone 151. 210-212 SEAL Special Uf Jackson Grocery Co Are our exclusive selling agents in El Paso. We do not sell or ship our goods to any other dealer; consequently their store is the only one at which -we can guarantee consumers trill receive our importations genuine and fresh. Jan. 19 1910. CHASE & SANBORN Chicago...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

E! Paso Texas Monday Evening January 31 1910.-12 Pages AH the Nevrs ferafd Prints It first While It's Fresh. Senator Carter Says Their Operation Would Keep Money in the States. WOULD BENEFIT RURAL DISTRICTS "Washington. D. C. Jan. 31. "The United States Is the only first class penver in the -world to deny to the peo- ple the privileges and the blessings en- joyed by a postal saving bank" said senator Carter of Montana speaking In the senate today on he bill to establish postal saving banks. He spoke of promises made in the last Republican platform as well as in sev- eral other party platforms; of the sup- port given to the measiire by former president Roosevelt and by president Taft and also by a number of the post- master generals of -the last 40 years. Answering numerous objections to postal savings banks senator Clark said that they would not be a menace to the present banking system of the country that the present system if they were sufficiently numerous could not reach the peo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

- KKKKBKiMMnfffgt U CAN AFFORD THE PIANO YOU WANT. I fuun uwni icjiiyi Mrau rniwc. BUY ON "Wahf to hear' iiilti imiMili IIHHIIIIII mmrwrik''W&"i't'mm 'VXtfW7r!ilT?TFfr'ir JKSfifl lit w SgLifkf. aI $900 PIANO $650 One 'Adam Schaf . A magnificent Baby Grand. Sent us as a sample. This piano must be sold Tvithin five days or we will be obliged to ship it back to the factory and to save return freight we offer it at less than factory whole- sale price. Easy monthly payments can be arranged. Just the piano for an artist or one who has the ambition to become one. THE SELECTION OF MATES ANOTHER ADVOCATE OF Editor El Paso Herald: El Paso Tex. Jan. 29. It Is refreshing to be afforded the opportunity occasionally (and it is alto- gether too occasional) of reading a communication from the hand of one who dares reach out from the trodden paths to deal -with questions so full of Interest yet so foreign to the general trend of everyday discussion as is that question of the bearing of children ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

Monday January 31 1910. EI P Golf. aso uairv rize JL As AJL v (Herald's Sporting News By N. M. Walker) and JLX. & W 1 XI H . Tn - Hxeioition CPy m P y Water i By S. L. Rubens of St. Louis at the Feldman Studio February 1-2-3 This collection undoubt- edly contains the finest paintings 'ever seen in El Paso. : : : : : 9 No Admission Fee and visitors need feel under no obligations in any way. : : : : : FELDMANS 208 San Antonio Street EL PASOAU'S SISTER OPPOSES METHODS OF SUFFRAGETTES Mrs. May Preston Slosson of Xew York "whose "Dicture "was printed in The Herald Saturday in connection "with an interview on woman suffratre is the youngest sister of Eev. Bryant Preston i pastor of the Congregational church in this city. "While Sirs. Slossonv who has voted twice for president is ornosing the me- thods of the suffragettes Rev. Mr. Pres- ton says she is not opposed to suffrage. Mrs. Slosson is literary editor of the New Yoik Independent of which publi- cation her -husband Dr- Edwin E. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

Monday January 31 1910. EL PASO HERALD - HK Vogue Dry Goods Company stocK if going fast; 1 y $ ossihle to k&ait on the crowds again today. If tmp you could not get What you r& anted9 come tomorrow. i 5kitL- 333i Tuesday's Specials on J3lanfd AT A'BOXT HALF VRICE ets I o t Other Godds SetH ng from to c on Dollar SALE F. J. BAJ? Manager Vogue Dry Goods Company Old Stand The Fourth Estate From the Great Play of the Same Name by vrfc Copyright 1909 hy Joseph MeSill Patter- Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford e son and Harriet Ford I 1 I . NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R. TOOMBS. H CHAPTER V. XEAIt passed since the event- ful night for "Wheeler Brand when Nolan made him man- aging editor of the Advance. In these months Brand made a showing srith the paper that was never dream- ed of by the owners preceding as being within the range of possibility. Made absolute master of the paper and con- sequently dictator of its policy the young man set a pace that the paper's rivals found diffi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday January 31 1910. B . . . Great Southwest f 1 -j the HE II I TH Tom Hanson Uses a Knife With Deadly Effect on Tribesmen Who Testified Against Him. Globe Ariz. Jan. 31. As the result of a long standing- feud Tom Hanson of a long- standing feud. Tom Honsou. tribesmen and seriously injured three more late Saturday evening-. The mur- derer used a knife -with deadly effect- After the killing he escaped to the irountains. Hanson or T. B. 38 Is a resident of the San Carlos reservation but -was engaged in farming on Spring creek at the time the murders were com- mitted Indian runners brought the news to Payson and it was telephoned to Globe. Sheriff Thompson immediately tele- graphed Fort Apache. A squad of cav- alry -will take the trail. A posse was also sent out from Globe. Hanson had recently completed a two years' sentence In the terrl orial prison for the murder of a squaw. All of the vicjfims "were -witnesses against him at his trial. "While in. the prison he thre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Monday January 31 1910. lu PASO 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 AXD A3IER. XEWSP. 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 HERALD TELEPHONES KES. j ' Krtflfrr TonArl Advertising1 department 116 TERMS OP 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 Cludad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state in his communication both the old ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

Monday January 31-1910 A New Weak Kidneys Backache Rheumatism or Lumbago it is absolutely essential in order to obtain satisfactory results that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy will be found more satisfactory than Canvas for Funds for the Y. W. C. A. Institution Progresses. FLOOR PLANS OF HOME Another Story May Be Add- ed Plans for the Dif- ferent Floors. EL PASO HERALD Lame Back Hv"li " IL G 1ZA.IJV ules A new breakfast food by Dr. Price the well-known Pure Food expert. .A combination of cereals WHEAT OATS RICE and BARLEY prepared so as to contain all of the nutritive elements of these important products' of nature. Pure nutritious and wholesome. Ask your Grocer. Hi HISTE THE Ji I UPCTDfsPlf PMIAQIIUP nil L ill nil DnmULiO JRev. W. P. McNary Also Criticizes the Bull Ring in Juarez Father of J. G-. McNary. "El Paso the pass is the grate not only to the southwest but 4o the great territory to the sout...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

Et PASO HERALD s loiiday January 31 1910. Mining News Of the Great Southwest EL PASOAN Working of Old Dump Re- sults in Diseoyeiy by Will L. Rynerson. "It was the luckiest Thing- of my life that I quit my job as deputy constable In El Paso two years ajro and returned to my old stamping grounds In north- eastern Sonora" said W. L. Rynerson. "I went to the famous El Tigre mine and after carefully sizing up a large old dump that the owners had thrown away as a valueless waste dump? asked for a lease on it. The company man- ager tried to discourage me saying Cire Your Kidneys Do Vot Endanger Ijife "When aH El Paso Citizen Shows You the Cure. "Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint back- ache urinary disorders lameness head- aches languor why allow themselves to become chronic invalids when a certain cure is offered them? Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy to use because it gives to the kidneys "the help they need to perform their work. If you have any even one...

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