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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

Mondav January 31 19 1G. 4r- POLL TAX PAY- MENTS HEAVY NCH FLO E BUILDING; something to do with cattle. That suit was pending at the tim of the killing. I don't think there was anyone out- side of myself and Simpson knew what j cattle were on- the range. I do not know if. anyone else knew what the j brands were on the qattle I had driven !L PAl HERALD THE FRE ODS ENTERED ALL THES Big Bush. Throughout the State Today to Pay Up; Last Day. Fori Worth Tex- Jan. 31. Advices received today from the larger cities of Texas show that tSiere is a great rusti to pay city countv and state poll taxes. Thousands waited until the last day be- fore paying so the exact voting strength will not be down until tomorrow. The figures however indicate increases ev- erywhere. San Angelo estimates that S percent of the assessments will be paid uj' tonight and poll taxes corresponJmg- ly. Dallas so far leads the payments up to Saturday night which follow: Dallas. 15275; last year 17902. Houston 11.000; last ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD Ifc Monday January 31 1910. FOR SALE HOUSES. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR RENT BOUSES. SPECIAL NOTICE. PZ YOU BETTER. TAK.H OK BOTTLES oU chap -pnzsz-ft 13 kiskty tfflNlY AN' RErmnBE-R- ITUIlx KILL. OP-CORE. AKYTrUN'G-.- r TRY KHE-LLO! iAVEV.I 0"UST WILLE3) sick. icrrnetfi: oh! -Xov V 51CIC KITTIES Htt!3RJhr& riE PEM Pazaza QUICK TJAVEY- X'n 3n rr rAK ftKEW WILL. s ICITTIE 5 0J ARMED Tn &Q I K S- XO LEAVE IT ALL A 5DHYBH5Kni51 ?sy THE Chmgs Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices l Cut a Word. No Ad. Lc Tlma -Sc IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It he-e. It will be returned to you if an lione3t person finds iL Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day thrcugn this column. " LOST FOUND. LOST Mink Return to E. fur neckpiece itewaru. 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. McHenry. THE UNWRITTEN IiAW Advertise tive the loser th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

JCiJLi Monday January 31 1910. 11 HERALD FOR SALE IcEAl ESTATE. BE MODERN. TRUST EN A GOOD BOND. . Putting faith In human nature Is nat- 5ral but opposed to modern business rlnciples. Be modern put your trust in a good bond. Misplaced confidence makes you feel doubly bad when you ose both confidence and money. 7 JTEWMAN" INVESTMENT C03IPANY. Agents ior NATIONAL SURETY CO. Of New York. TELEPHONE 550. MEXICO LAXDS. OLD MEXICO AND SOUTHWEST TEXAS LANDS large tracts our spe- cialty. BUTLER REALTY CO. S15 N. Orccoa Next to St. Regis. EXCHANGE PROPERTY. HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SWAP? 600 acre ranch near Capitan N. M. 640 acre ranch near Deming. N. M. 100 acres irrigated at Anthony. Land for lots in Alexander's addition. Elegant 2 story brick for lots. Elegant coitage in San Antonio Tex. for something good in El Paso. 90 acres in lower valley for El Paso property and a little money. 15 acres in cultivation on county good Altura lots. 2 nice lots on Nevada St. Big 2000 acre ranch in Commanche ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 31 January 1910

ALD Monday January 31 1910. ittie Soldiers E"L PASO HER - i h mi l Pure Sap Home made and nnequaled by any factory made syrup. Tnis syrup is shipped to us by a Vermont farmer who lias been making syrup for this store for the last fifteen years. This fact itself is a guar- antee of purity. QUART CANS 45c ' PURE MAPLE SUGAR 25c POUND Genuine STew York State Buckwheat Mour 3 POUNDS FOR 25c IMPORTED WHOLE FIGS AND PRESSED FIGS The Figs we handle are packed by a new process in which great care is taken not to split the skin but keep the fruit as intact as it comes from the or- chard. By this method the full flavor of the fruit is retained. They will be found to be a most excel- lent dessert fruit far superior to the ordinary split fig. 30c POUND OR 5 POUND BOXES FOR $1.25 50 POUND BOX FANCY h m JF m k 1 v 1 k MB 1&. . a m W k wm IB fm 8 IIPI Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. IImO Notice 2f Jackson Grocery Co. Are our exclusive selling agents in El Paso. We do not sell or ship o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

mm im iiiii iimii m "TfTB. A qy m. AH the News fleratd Prints It First WIiHe It's Fresh. GREAT SUFFERING IN FLOODED PARIS; WATERS ARE SUBSIDING HHHMlMaHVHnKHMMMMMlHHHHlMaiMaaaMniMMMMHHHMMIMaHanNlVBMHMPIWMkMWinMe Cuts Off Public Lands From Territories Capitals Can Be Moved Any Time. CONSTITUTIONS CAN'T BE CHANGED "Washington D. C Feb. 1. The state- hood bill as Introduced in the senate yesterday Is not nearly such a good measure for the two territories as the house measure. The senate measure leaves out all lands of educational penal and chari- table purposes and also 3000000 acres to pay the debts of the territories' counties. The constitutions are to be approved by the president and congress. If the president approves and congress fails to disapprove at the first regular ses- sion the states "will be .admitted. A hundred constitutional delegates are allowed New Mexico and 52 for Ari- zona. Elections on the constitution and for state county and legislative officers f and two represe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

k mWJr A . j .. mJE&mbrfk Jjto t jr dP Special Demonstration This week by Miss McCauley Who represents the makers of the celebrated "Redfern" Corsets. The Women of El Paso are Cordially Invited. m?K-m H "mlg M GAVE TOO MANY DRAFTS IN CITY Young Maoi Said to Have Had Career in Denver - Arrested Here. E. A. Case alias Paul Terdayne or vice versa was arrested by city detec- tives Monday afternoon and Is being held at the city jail under the technical charge of a "suspicious character" pend- ing the filing of complaints on other charges. Case as he was known here came from Denver -where he gained a reputation under "the aiame of Paul Verdayne. On January 29 he Trent to Broaddus & Leavell and agreed to purchase a $17- 000 valley tract giving them a draft for $500 earnest money and agreeing 10 pay 55000 upon delivery of a warranty deed it is declared- The draft -was return- ed marked N. G. OFhen he Trent o the Coggin Automo- bile "company it is alleged and gave a check for a $1000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

Continues Sale Other Goods Sellin F. J. BRAY. 1 l LAS CRUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY GIRLS HAD GOOD TIME ON" TRIP Return to A. & M. College Pull of Praise for Sil- ver City. - Agricultural College N. M. Feb. L The members of the girls basketball team report that they were royally en- tertained while In Silver City over Saturday and Sunday. They 'were met at the depot Saturday noon by the city hand with autos and a majority of the population. They were escorted to the girls dormitory where a reception was given at 3 ocock. The game was played st 8 oclock- A big crowd was In attendance over juu. xe ieaiuie ui j the game was the playing oi tne college guards. Misses Brainard and Pohl. Fol- lowing the game a reception and dance were iven in honor of the visitors by the Normal school boys. The Normal girls took their defeat in a good way. On Sunday afternoon the two teams were loaded into autos and carried ten miles and back down the valley. Negotiations are now .in progress for a game be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 4 Tuesday February 1 1910. ws THE CHILDREN ENJOY & m life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment which they receive and the efforts which they make comes the greater part of that healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs on which it acts should be such as physicians would sanction because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents well informed approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy because of its pleasant flavor its geftle action and its bene- ficial effects is Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by the fathers and mothers. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood strong healthy and happy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

1T7S Tuesday February 1 1910. i &cJ0'SiS.'Vm A. Health-Guarantee to be Found in No 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'1 JACKSON G WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS BSD LIGHT F.GT NECESSABY- EVIL i Dr. G. 0. Beckman Preaches Strong -Sermon on So- cial Purity. Speaking on social purity and the need of the Christian people in every com- inunitv to rise up and drive out the re- eervation district. Rev. C. 0. Beckman pastor of the First Meuhodist church opened the revival that is to continue Slirough the week with a strong sermon Monday evening on the socalled neces- sary evil of the large cities. Taking his text from Eeole3iastcs 10th chaipter 8th verse "Whoso breaketh an hedge a ser- pent sJhall bite Slim" Rev. Mr. Beckman preached a strong social "purit3" sermon on the topic "A Broken Hedge and the Serpent's Bite." 'There is the 'hedge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

Tuesday February EL PAi Eatablished 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. SCSMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AM) 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. . f Business C J Editorial 1 . Society R L Advertlsin Business Office HERALD Rooms TELEPHONES Reporter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally Herald per month SCc; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year $2. Tho Daily Heraid Is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at GO cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state In bl3 communication both the old and the new address. COMPLAINTS. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

T P Tuesday February 1 191(X &S0 HJ!iALJ3 II CREAM I 1 1 Made from Grapes gssSm II Makes the fooS of 1 1 superior healthfullness pl II and finest quality fefel WHOSE AUTO KIT THE CHILD? NUMBERS MIXED Kaherine Ihsett. the 9vearold daunh- ter of C. TV. Fassptt of" 704 San An- tonio street. was knocked from her bi- cycle at the corner of Magoffin avenue and Florence street Sunday when she was struck by the fender of automobile So. 64. Tlie child was riding west on Magoffin ovenue when the automobile coming from the opposite direction struck her. She received a black eye and two other bruises but is able to be about toda3'. Automobile 2so. 64 5s registered in the name of Pthil Young. "My machine is No. 280." said Phil Young. "I drove it myself Sunday and ran into nobody." Medicines that aid nature are always most successful- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It loosens the cough relieves the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

A T 8 Tuesday February 1 1910. &UC&--L-4 -i&6 J JjL -L3i.i DA WohfT LET HE (MhH7 HOt HO! REftLLYX - : f TOR. ft MICE LITTLE DO&&IE -OUR. ) frf T5 REALLY A SHAKE T0 20THI3.X I rLANt4ER.S Afc VER.-T -n JMM W 3EAT. HEART BUT 'Tl5 QUITE kM loERrt RUDETIDO':' J&gL.S 1 EVIJJENT THAT YOUNEA MICE BSS -"FOR..BnltV HE fOU K WE a -TiiPn;i-;H. -ROT TUKT k TEW --- -- - . aoF GOOJ OLD rveVLf-.-ri nrv 'SAYHOW3T3VEX AH! THERE GET BY THET V MOW. KCD.I- 3oq'. y i vrAtT a i7 -ft- w- y-s'ssfr'( ffs-fififr rffsi&2Sl GET BY THET J f MOW. KU.T K.M0W Y 'V V 3og? I VfAtT A DOTTLE op r 1 7 THE PEERLESS J lTHE peerless v A 111 lit III 111? COPYRIGHT. 1910 BY THE CkLngs Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices X Cnt a Word. No A&. Leaui Tka IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It he-e. It will be returned to you if an- honest person finds iL Remarkable re- coveries are brought aDout every day thrcugn this column. LOST FOUND. FOUND Bulldog See Cherry Park policeman day time. LOST B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday February 1 1910. 9 teTo hort Skirt" iry Crusade Scares Fair Teachers Cent a Word. No Ad. Too Late to Classify Schoolroom "S too La Less Than 25c. A LETTER FOR YOTJ. Replies sent In care cf The Herald! office -were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should be called for not iater than one week after being bulle- tined: B. M. C. Q. 119 B w. C. M. Z. 163 Mrs. C. Z. L Frame House F C. 235 Hood G. 24 25 H. K. P. 332 J- G. G. 136 K. C. 119 CHEMIST AXD ASSAYER wants po- sition; will go anywhere in southwest or Mexico; 5 years in Mexico; excellent references. Address K. 194 care Her- ald. LOST Bunch of 5 keys with brass chain and beer bottle opener. Return to 411 S. Campbell St. and get reward. "WANTED 2 rooms unfurnished by healthy couple; no children; prefer place with barn. J. 190 care Herald. A HOME BARGAIN In a handsome 5 room cottage with every modern convenience? 1 block from Arizona car line 1 lots fence and outbuildings. This is ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Tuesday February 1 1910. f ckwear j T w CJ. N Home made and unequaled by any factory made syrup. This syrup is shipped to us by a Vermont farmer who has been making syrup for this store for the last fifteen years. This fact itself is a guar- antee of purity. ' QUART CANS 45c PURE STAPLE SUGAR 25c POUND Old Fashion Buckwheat Flour Genuine isTew York State Buckwheat Flour 3 PQimiS FOR 25c . IMPORTED WHOLE FIGS 1 AND PRESSED FIGS The Figs we handle are packed by a new process in which great care is taken not to split the skin but keep the fruit as intact as it comes from the or- chard. By this method the full flavor of the fruit is retained. They will be found to be a most excel- lent dessert fruit far superior to the ordinary split fig. 30c POUND OR 5 POUND BOXES FOR $1.25 50 POUND BOX FANCY &ANO APPLES $2.50 Phone 151. 210-212 mmSdBmm Jackson e Are our exclusive selling agents in El Paso. We do not sell or ship our goods to any other dealer; consequently their s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 February 1910

Ei Paso Texas Wednesday Evening February 21910.-16 Pages AH the News fferald Prints!! First While It's Fresh. f Justice Deputies' Ch ber the Soldiers Relief Corps Fans Palace O Tenor Harl Jorn Reveals Ro- mance Like Buskin's A Martyr to Unselfishness. GIVES WIFE CASH TO WED "AFFINITY" New York X. Y. Feb. 2. Karl Jorn the Metropolitan opera house tenor -unveiled today the mystery that surround- ed his wife's recent arrival In this coun- try and her sudden departure on Tues- day. He revealed a domestic tragedy that vies -with the love affair of John Ruskin who gave up his wife to Mil- lais the painter- John has arranged to give his wife to a youne physician In Berlin -with whom she has fallen in love and has settled on her $25000 to give them a start In life. The tenor's affection for his wife is still deeprooted as was shown by the way they embraced before she sailed. Like Ruskin he is a martj'r to unselfish love. . Tells His Life Story. The noted tenor received a reporter in his apa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 February 1910

I SPORTING NEWS i .. 1 Fashion's Favorites First Found Here We never tire reminding you that it is here yon find first the latest dictates of Fashion. Each westbound express now brings us additional spring garments and their accessories. The balance of the week we feature LINGERIE DRESSES LINEN DRESSES 7i SILK DRESSES The New Skirts It takes more than a line to tell you about the new skirts. IPully 200 spring styles in every imaginable kind of skirt now await your selection. In addition to the staple colors in voile panama and other spring weight materials special attention is called to the White Serge Skirts. They will be higher in favor this season than ever before. The New Parasols You Tvill think that spring is really here "vrhen you see the pretty para- sols fwe axe now showing-. They match in color the new spring suits and dresses. EXTRA SPECIAL The ibalance Gloves natural color $1.50 values at ( per pair ....--.... .-..... The women of El Paso are cordially invited to meet Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday Feb. 2 1910. aBMBaggaMMl I II q?fBsaeBwfpfgtFtTtFWffMj.iil I ill jmeet-c F -- ""M"M"M'"M"''"gMMMMMeilBaIMIallglMMMaialaMMIBIWt8lWMaa ! 1 1 j?$ uwrl J L Kelly's Schedule of Debts Show That He Owes Some Money to Volunteer Fire- men's Fund. A voluntary petition in bankruptcy lias been filed in the United States dis- trict court by Dan Kelly and Charles William Fassett doing business under the firm name of Fassett & Kellv. The Eetition las been referred to referee in ankruptcv Charles R. Loomis. In the schedules the firm's liabilities. to about 100 creditors are given as 07264.80. There is also a statement of taxes due the city and county amounting to $505.95. Among the larger creditors are the State National bank. $7000; Sargent & Co. Xew York $6749.90; Studebaker Manufacturing Co. Soutfh Bend. Ind. $8049-91; J. M. Kelly salarv not drawn. $9976.38; J. M. Kelly on property. cash put in the store $7500.12; Anna D. i Teel note $3361.66; J. E. Outhouse J $1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 February 1910

Wednesday Feb. 2 1910 FX PASO HERALD w l . .- I ll Cent mues to Draw the C argains Are rowels. The1 People of El Paso . as Evidence the Goods Are Goi Know What Genuine ng Fast tKM I 9m yEj 9h 18 f S3jk Sold m I Ladies Tailor Suits Res 1 Corsets. Cloaks. Shirt Wa dy Trimmed Hats IStS - - - - - mm mm P nee Other Goods Selling Fr pi m m This is oni 25 to 65c on the an Opportunity Once in Come ach Day as a Lifetime L F. J. BRAY manager Vogu e Dry Goods Co. Old Stand mam Mining News of the Great Southwest FINANCIAL FINANCIAL MM COPPER IN SANTA RITA GMno Copper Company Is Now Largest Producer xq the Camp. Recent developments are proving the famous Santa Rita copper deposits In Grant county. New Mexico to be among the most extensive and richest in the "United States- For over 100 years the Santa Ritas have been known and were originally worked by the Spaniards- Probably most of the copper in the -old church bells of Mexico was mined In Santa Rita. Jfatlve Copper. In recent years the Hearst...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 February 1910

T "PA 1 "Wednesday. Feb. 2 1910c -A A FEW R ARGAINS ca m& & H ING B jpGQ Piano $500 One Adam Scliaaf. A mag- nificent Baby Grand. Sent us as a sample. This piano must be sold within 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. H i Easy monthly payments can be ar- 07Qr jrt&nO lm Mj Im lg m JP mSL mWk a M m m m m Im Mm m M Mm. im 1 kjr H I ranged. -Just toe piano lor an artist or - g nt m - bhr mi k K8" yr m m! $ H S B 1 mf m '"" m 1 ml W H one who has the ambition to become . B Jg a W gk H I M H A ilh 1 V S B M V 3 j I I J I tB I ' " " i -..- .-..- . - -. . - . . . ' ' MIAMI CONTESTS TO BE HEARD ON FEB. 14 Government Actions Over Mineral Entries Set For Hearing at Globe. Globe Ariz. Feb. 2: George H. Smal- ler clerk of the district court 'has been named by receiver Charles E. Ar- nold as commissioner to take the testi- mony in the case regarding the set- tlement .of the claims...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 8 "Wednesday. Feb. 2 1910. L PASO established April 1SS1. 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. Tha Journal The Republican .The Bulletin. StEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Pcstoffice 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. r Buslnes LD J Editor! EOJfES. Society V. AdvertI Business Office HERALD orial Rooms TKLEI1 Reporter Advertising1 department TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". Daily Herald per month 6Cc; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year ?2. The Dally Herald le delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Paso Fort SIIes 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 co...

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