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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. 3 amount to be allowed injured employes or to be granted their families in case of death. EL PASO HERALD Eat More Butter. Good butter is good for you. Helps flofrn othpr food that's srood for you. fj Puts an edge on your appetite and nourishes your body. tJut mars mn. good butter. Thafs the thing to be sure of not merely butter that tastes right but the kind you know to be made right. Sedgwick creamery butter is not only good butter it is the best butter you can buy. As you break the seal of Its special airtight and odor- proof packages you are greeted by its delightful "bouquet." As you taste it and eat more and more of It the name "Sedgwick Creamery" appeals to you in its fullest sense. Behind It all is the careful method of making It from thor- oughly Pasteurized cream by experts of long butter experience in the most sanitary and cleanly creamery ever built. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. What Does It Mean? Jsj WS- revities Train Bulletin. All after...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

L Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. Thursday ir iiHiB y hf i TAFT TO WELCOME ME. ROOSEVELT sday an d Fr iday Vogue Dry Goods Co H TOGIC We will 'place on sale from each department all remnants and odd lots at such prices that will move the goods quick as had rather sell than to pay freight. Remnants of Silk Dress Goods White Goods Laces Embroideries and all odd lots for Thursday and Friday. Gome early I J F. J. BRAY Manager ' . I Vogue Dry Goods Company Old Stand 1 EXPENSES OF ROADS INCREASE That Is Why They Ask for an Increased Rate on Cotton. Austin. Tex. Feb. 9. The second day's hearing before the railroad commission of the proposition to reduce freight rates on cotton was occupied by testi- mony introduced by the railroads to show increased operating- expanses. G. H- Cottingham auditor of the G. H. & S. A. and J. D. Keefe. of the Santa Fe said -wages had increased 15 per- cent in the last few 3ears. Keefe declared the Santa Fe's operat- ing expenses had been increased 117- 000 dollars ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. f rocenes I 9 Pii. Lerner s eik EL PASO HERALD t m - i anoHiHaMaHnRiaMaiMMBHMHaMaBai I ncaper Bike Shoes i The original we introduced them in this city we staked mr reputation on them and we are keeping up the quality. Without question they are the best wearing shoes to be had at the price. They are TJMLiJNED have half bellows tongue solid elk soles and heels. Black and olive. A good school shoe. Fit well and wear well. A big shipment just received for boys and men. L. xip&y FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF THE CITY LERNER SHOE CO. 215 El Paso St. Agents Regal Shoes HEALTH LEAGUE IIS IRK Appeals to the People of El Paso for Help for the Tubercular Poor. The regular monthly meeting of the Health league "as held yesterday at the Y. AL C. A. E. 3L Brav. T. J. Jones Mrs. J. A. Potter Robert A. Moore and rabbi Zielonka were present. The report of the superintendent for January showed 76 cases in charge 7 new ones. The number of cases attending the clinic "were 121 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

( EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE-. Wednesday Feb. 9. 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April 1S81. The El Paso Eerald Includes also by absorption an 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 AKJ3 A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second -Glass 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 Auto. Business OCIeo 115 "15 Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 Society Reporter ............. ...1019 ' Advertising department ............... 11 ' HERALD r-KLEPHONES TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dtlly Herald per month 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year ?-. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Blias and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD "Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. fSMQbi) Many mixtures are off erea ig. jB Pffcr as substitutes for Royal. JSSHr None of them is the same in composition jSllipA SSEJj& or effectiveness so wnolesome and eco- isBHpli nomical nor will make saca fine food yMiM mil' "tbi Hht flB HH Bv k B j&i&7$i jBTsSI'1 Km. H W B mA K K&&fs'jEi fib Baking Powder . jf! IakSV AhsQlafely Pare dJMik JJL Royal is fiie only Baking Powcler made vs&ipfeipL Hbreira) froia Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Mm&Ji& v Southwestern Mining News HEW YORKERS TIIKE TRIP TO 101 COUNTRY Says El Pasoan "Who Was Reported Dead Is Oper- ating Mine. I. N. Kellogg and G. D. Floyd of New Terk who returned from a visit to the mines belonging1 to the Creston Copper company located at Santo Nino Sonora Mexico left last evening for home very enthusiastic over the fu- ture outlook of the mines. The trip was one of great interest to these men being through a country only recently readily accessible. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

E!L PASO Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. Card Parties In Club Circles Social Gayeiy VB flt jB S H Hj IH r New Oxfords Ties and Pumps For Women We are daily receiving additional new and some very exquisite styles in Ladies' Spring Footwear. There are new toes new ornaments and new patterns of a variety that we are sure will suit the most fastidious. The prices are the usual "Guarantee" prices. More value for every dollar than you can get anywhere else Patent Ankle Pumps from ?3.00 to i Laird-SchoDer Kid plain toe turn Oxfords Laird-Scho'ber Patent Oxfords Laird-Schober Patent Pumps J......... A FRESH LINE OF BUTTON HIGH SHOES IN PATENT CLOTH TOP AXD 3USD2S. GREATER (Th&m s GREATEST SHOE STORE JJnF- TlQMPANY Many Out Of Town Are Miss Ida Lockhart left Friday for Chihuahua to spend a month visiting; her Bister Mrs. J. R. Enlow. Mrs. Maud Barker Cohb -who has been the guest for several -weeks of Mr. and airs. Zack Lamar Cobb left last even- ing for a visit in the City of Mexico. She "will re...

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

Wednesday Peb. 9 1910. 9. The Wrong Boat ? BY GENEVIEVE KEXXEDY. Copj'right. 1910 by the Xew York Evening Telegram (Xew York Herald Co.) All rights reserved. nn PASO HERALD g - Touch of p What Does It Mean? TO BEG-IN" PARKING MAGOFFIN AVENUE The Work Will Commence Monday Assessments Having Been Paid. "Work rill be started on the parking of Magoffin avenue on Monday next from Octavia street to Brown street all the property owners but two bavins' paid their assessment to city clerk Mc- Ghee. When finished the avenue should be present a lovely appearance both win- ter and summer. The parking- -which is to be 19 feet wide on each side of the driveway will be sown with evergreen clover and will have two rows of trees one row( of ever- green cedars and one row of 'ash. The everg-reen clover and evergreen trees will be especially apreciated in the wjnter. The skipper was disappointed. Around him jay a bright panorama of meadow land and bay with orchard wreathed villages glimpsed at the bas...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 'Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. Advice to Women Sale I Can't Last I Much I Longer I Vr Ik EL 4 rC Our Clearance Sale is proving a boon to houseihirnishers both old and young .It bas been tbe means of completely furnisbing many new bomes at a saving. In otber bombs it bas put odd pieces of furniture tbat add greatly botb in beauty and comfort. Sale continues but you may rest assured tbat at tbe rate at wbicb we are now selling it can?t last mucb longer. Don't put off as many did during our former sale and come too late to secure your sbare of bargains. EL PASO HJl 1 iUvyjt2 rURNlSHING Co. THE DAILY EEGOSD. Bnildins Permits- To S. P. "JtVeisiger brick residence 22x32x56 feet: lots 11 and 12 block S8 Franklin Heights addition. Estimat- ed cost $3000. To Krakauer Zork & Moye addi- tional story to concrete warehouse 11x72x160 feet lot 17 block .96 Mills's Map. Estimated cost $6000. To Francisco Gonzales? adobe resi- dence 14x40x14 feet lots 11 12 and 13 block 61 Magoffin ad...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

AYednesday Feb. 9 1910. GRANDMOTHER'S MIRROR you See Them in the I Copyright 1910 by the Xow York Evening Telegram (Xew York Herald Go.) All rights reserved. Window ' HERALD 1 aseaau-'j.givgjj a MMsauafcags AsssaamBm&iksss&&i?MaDW$9 ' i ' s 'OHlpill tin OCOcUUlCo I They look well You try them on in the store: They feel well So there can be no question about it. Will they wear "We swear they Will wear. SO tnney oe Company By Agnes s. Franibncli. a-vtt t .. i t nwnsinn. was at jtjp. 1 rtmnt dOUDC men ""j. iuu iirauy u. Liiut; iia.ve re- i -' fleeted her pretty face and tnat some OI xne young men u j shown her how charmiucr she is. Whether I like her better clad in her ROSELL 3IEX ARRANGE FOR COURSING MEET Hciincls to Be Imported From Kansas City and Oklahoma Roswcll Sfews Xote and Pergonals. Roswell N. M. Feb. 9. The grey- hound coursing' meet has been arranged by Frank J. Brooks and F. G. Roberts of Artesia and it -will be held at Ros- well March 17 18 and 19. Mr. Brooks ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

Tir 12 Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. JE i CI S DOLBY 5 DOUBLE MV-BVJT THE5E POOR CHAPS LOOK HUhGRY AMD COLD I'LL TAKE! THEM TO DOI-6VS3 HOUSE AMD Put THEM ORKj23!f ""W ' I'M GOirsG IN THE DO A GOOD JOB YOu ARC FINISHED PUSH THE. BELu AND fLL A DOi-LAR ETACH SAY-NOW-IF YOU J DON T PAY U5 WE'LL COVER I vm i id i qffYmGHT7l9Q03Y THE HEW Climgs Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices 1 Ct a War. No Au Lc Thaa :c. LOST FOUND. t rc:nr r?1 VvT-iolrt nn Siindav. Re' turn to Mrs. Sauer 715 Myrtle Ave. and receive reward. LOST Brindle Boston bulldog screw tall; liberal reward. Return to E. De Merce care of Calisher's or Delmar hotel. S25 REWARD Stolen 1 single cylin- der Thor Motorcycle. Engine No. C. 7509; frame No. 9 1981; color French grav. V handle bars. - Smith Machine Co." 106 N. Campbell SL IF TOU FIND ANYTHING bring it to The Herald. Get a claim check. Have it advertised. Reclaim it if the owner does not. THE UNWRITTEN IAW Ave-tle rive the loser tke ssune publicity yon vtohI expect Rati...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. 13 Too Late To Classify One Cent A Word. No Ad. Less Than 25c. Cent a Word. No Ad Than 25c. L PASO HERALD Too Late To ClassifyToo Late to Classify o Less 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 later than one week after being: bulle- tined: B. 3S0 J. 175 C M. K. " C. Tl H. L. 283 F. 392 L. G. A. L. 23S H. K. P. S. 23 H. C. X. L. H. K. P. 4 I. 112 WAXTED PARTNER In established real estate business here In city; rcan show man with little money best thing In the way of invest- ment in the city. Uuslaess Care Herald. HAVE A CASH BUYER For 4 or 5 room house. McKcnney Realty Co. Room 9 Buckler Building. FOR RENT 2 newly furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 509 E. Boule- vard """ FOR SAI.E 3 lots on California St.; a bargain if taken at once. Owner S. 66 care of Eerild. PIANO FOR. SAIiE. New mahogany Adam Schaff No. 18 Lreavlng city. Also have beauti...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

EL PASO 14 Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. Steamship Kentucky Which Sunk on First Voyage ake That Brass Bed fr - T THE MARY OF PASSIO. 5" Fraulein Zwlnk is the daughter of Herr Ztvink a house painter; who ttIU plav the part of Judas Iscanot ac- cording to the sket ch. It is believed that the 1910 representation of the fam- Look Like New the same with silverware electric fixtures or in fact anything in metal refinished. Low prices and work guaranteed. WE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE electric and gas fixtures without any extra charge for finish. If you want good work at honest prices it will pay you to see us before placing your orders. The Standard Electric Co. 107 S. Stanton St. Phones 1982 982. What Does It Mean? AMERICAN STORY TEILERS AND TIFEIR YAEXS. ous "Passion PIa" of Oberammergan will attract an even greater crowd than usual and the performances promine to be excellent. PARIS FASHION HINT. Henry E.j Dbcey. ' Henry E. Disey -was offered a cigar by j a. young lawyer. . I "It -is easy to see"...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

15 The Fourth Estate Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. Many Subscriptions From wuwwuAYUivujj Outside the City Local Donors Increase Their Do- nations. El Paso is not a city to itsolt. Xas Cruces Douglas Deming Big: Springs and the other hustling thriving cities of the south-west speak of El Paso witifthe same feeling of ownership as if its resi- dents -were citizens In fact of El Paso. It is the same -with El Paso's institu- tions. The Y. XL C. A. the smelter the chamber of commerce and the other pub- lic buildings belong as much to the southwest as to its capital. No more striking example of this fact can be found than the response to the appeal that -was made by the Young Women's Christian association for assistance to build a boarding home for "working girls and women in El Paso. From all parts of the south-west sub- scriptions have been received. The El Paso and Southwestern railroad direc- tors representing -unofficially the great- est empire builder the section possesses gave $1000 to th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 16 Wednesday Feb. 9 1910. Lenten We never neglect our patrons on this occasion. We have made ample preparations in advance and offer the most complete line of Lenten goods ever displayed in El Paso. Kew Norway Mackerel 10c 15c 20c 40c Smoked White Fish per lb. 40c Yarmouth Bloaters per can 35c Smoked Sturgen per lb. 60c Smoked Salmon per lb. 40c Herring in Tomato Sauce 25c Boneless Codfish per lb- 20c Pickled Salmon per lb. 25c Hansan Smoked Sardines 15c Imported Boneless Sardines 40c Ferndell Lobsters cans 40c MANY OTHER APPETIZING FOODS ON DISPLAY IN OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT. EXTEA FINE ASPARAGUS Asparagus is a dainty dish highly enjoyed by many and will make a nice change in your vegetable diet. We offer our War- rf (f ranty ibrand this week 40c cans 3 for & A eXli Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Auto 1151. CHASE & SANBORN'S THE FINEST GROWN IS SOLD m EL PASO BY Sf Jackson Grocery Co. We do not supply this famous brand of ours to any other dealer. You can on...

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

AH the News lierald Prints it first While It's Fresh. Says He Will Do feis Duty Eegardless of What Peo- ple -Say of Him Personally SAYS THEY ASKED FOR A RECEIVER Now" That They Have One All People Must Be Treat- ed Alike He Declares. This morning's meeting of the city council turned into a water discussion in j which the mayor and representatii es of the citizens' committee took part and it was rather a lively affair. The mayor said that the recent water users' "mass meeting" had been called for the purpose of heaping abuse upon him and the city council because of the action they 9iad taken In regard to the 90-cent minimum rate which re- ceh er Wyatt has been allowed to charge upon an order from federal judge Maxey. Evidently mayor Sweeney resented the questions put to Mm by the mem- bers of the committee for "his manner was not mild and ihis speaking was most forceful when he replied to the questions put by the various members of the committee- He said that the matter was in the fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 February 1910

f I I . i - I r iHaiiBHBBMMBHHiBaBS81BBBHBSBnBBHBBBBHBiBiBaSEaHBBIBBaBBK9B!BHB! . Special ieat We quote the kinds of meat you want at the prices that are right. Particular people who want some- thing out of the ordinal run "of meats can depend always upon having their wants satisfied at this store Specials For Satorday BIB ROAST PER POUND ... MUTTON STEW PER POUND ... CORNED BEEF PER POUND ... ... 12'c- c c EXTRA SPECIAL. HOME RENDERED LARD Stetter & (WITH JACKSON Phones: Bell 14; Auto 1014. Grand Opera Concert ALL WORLD ARTISTS Caruso Sembrich Journet Tetrazzini Melba Far- rar3 Sehuman-Heiak Seotti and others in selections froin Lucia TraYiata Lohengrin La Pavorita ilj'aust Rigoietto Tosea Tannhauser etc. etc. This Evening 7:30 Oclock. MUSIC ROOM Victrola Concert W. G. Waiz Company 103 EL PASO ST. PERSONALS AID XEWS NOTES FR03I MARFA SbHhert Concert Company Appears There nad a Dance Follows New Minister Locates in the Town. Marfa Texas Feb. 10. Attorney R. H. Hays has been seri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 February 1910

Thursday February 10 1910 2 I Bell claiming- that in extracting threa teth the dentist let one of them slip down into his lung-. For two years Bell was treated for tuberculosis until the real cause of his shattered health was j Tickets on Sale Daily after March 1st; Limit 9 Months; Stopovers Allowed revealed -when in a paroxysm of cough- ing the tootli was ejected. Grocery Vlffilnnce. No business so -vye think demands greater vigilance or carries more re- sponsibility to its patrons than that of the grocer. You cart find grocers who do not feel that way about it of course. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery Phone 353. EL PASO HERALD K -MapMDpBagBflgjajiajjgKigBJjPJBig3aMnMMiJWl'WrMr"TJ'J" .- - ... --il rw n c-T.;...-JrTTr-.-c.t-.-.JBfc -a.. ...-. - . ..t . t. . . I MM j t LOCOMOTIVES f J i D TO From EL W. C. Eody of T. 0. Gibbs Pound in a Room at Norcnan- die Hotel. T. C. Gibbs who had been a resident of El Paso for two days ended his life some time Tuesday night at the Nor- mandle hotel at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 February 1910

L PASO HERALD Thursday February 10 1910 iBCCTT5!fflTWTMWBrragTraTaiBT'i iaii i ihi t'"i jj"rrrf nijfiiWiW Jft"mh"nB fTva-i-iiriry'iiiri'ii nmff "MP"I'B OT 1 Iir4k iPoKl rt Tit-np f .rim axxrarf xxrrrf-K nr fr n 4j-vv vtivijJ I f One Table of China Plates Cups and Saucers worth to 20c ....... A Few More Remnants of "Wool Dress 1 Good Silks etc. at less than 2 Fancy Silks for Waists and Dresses worth up 'to $1.50 .... Friday Special Come Each Day-Something Creditor F. J. BRAY Manager Vogue Dry Quods Gompany Prise New fo B HL B 9r Old Stand I AND LAS Ci MESILLA VALLEY HERALD ON SALE IX LAS C2UJCESK. M. Framfc A. Eawley Ageat opposite pestoffice. Dally Herald oa sale by Las Crnees Dras Co. C&raozse's Ncvra St sad TOesite ysatoClcc -i LAS CRUCES NEWS NOTES; MESILLA VALLEY PERSONALS Las Cruces N. M. Feb. 10. May Brothers are having installed in their drygoods and furnishing department new and uptodate furniture and fix- tures. E. H. Morril has returned from El Pas Maj. Eugene "Van Pat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 February 1910

Thursday February 10 1910 EXPENDITURES IX THE FOREST SERVICE LAST YEAR. 3IINIXG NEWS. MIXING NEWS. Cost of Maintaining the Inspection Ser- vice in the Territories of Arirona and Ncvr Mexico Is Given. "Washington D. C Feb. 10. The money reported to be expended on the forest reservation in New Mexico fol- lows: Alamo. $33449: Carson. $28971; Chiri- cahua (Arizona and New Mexico) $21- 131; Datil $42903; Gila. $47484; Jeraez $31476; Lincoln $20218; Manzano $14- 776. Pecos. S29.4S9: ZunI fNew Mexico Clifton Ariz. Feb. 10. The New Tork-Arizona Gold and Copper com- pany has discontinued active opera- tion on its claims west of Morenci and is Investing large capital in chickens. Eggs at Morenci are 60 cents a dozen and the company hereafter will devote more attention to chickens than to the mines as it has plenty of range space. A. T. Thomson George Frazer Nor- man Carmichael and other local offi- cials of the A. C. company are in Phoenix. Nick Cole has outfitted and started to find the los...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Tlmrsdav February 10 1910 L PA; Established April 1S81. 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. JKEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission et Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service ot the people that no .good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. KSIULD yiSLKPIIOXES . TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Exfly 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. Port Bliss and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring- the address on his paper changed will please state fa his communication both the old and the new address. COMPLAINTS. Subscribers failing" to get The Herald promptly should call at the office ...

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