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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

ZL PA m 5jj, ATXI 3, . - H Cl;&iL R3 lJ Copyrighted, 1910. by tne American-Examiner. Great Britain Rights Reserved. fHElNIE GET DER CREW ON board nFQ "prosit" at ..., -' I .-VWW- I PA5T-HAFF NINE VE SAIL TOR AFRICA TO HUNT VUN OF DEM VUM-HOKNED- 5N00FENK00FS VOT ROAMS JN CER . , CHUNdlt: , 1 1 - l-l -li t 7 r t ' ' - ' '- ' NTTTTPt WoojcanT I -n People.has TTJ Cm frrrZTTKfi dod:6astV f ' (kbm, dot'SIfT? j wen t. (60ALONfTf5WnnFl i N ) GO" A AWFUL NUivt Z2S f t T,?o livr A CHUMP ABOARD! 1 NKID6 155 NOT CoM-1 CAPTAIN.' YOU ) IpMKnnKiunV FF TO TNK VE SHOULDN'T l ,, ABLE SAILOR VOTlM UND 6ET fcy ' JtPSJ U6 fllG ' k WOW ME 6UTJ 5$0g Nf go HUNTING MIT WlT" Pi W W k00K,G WM0 MAKEA7 ' f j -JTrF DON'T LET DEM PL R UTTUJ V unw DO I LOOK W s$f nf itt2r z' ?A JOB MIT A (SALUTE TO DER J ,-fL c& V-Gr is I KU?5C0ME MiTJ ouyo-tou siAir . V AS A SAILOR ) P55cL--qS VfiV " pHIP f -S-.cCj'N - g JTrTy JEETrg r - - - - A Z' L. VJVIL LWVrl I I I w i li 1 qHBvS.VBV - 1 L-J t t f I J V X "V if. X rX...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

20 Saturday, February 12, 1910. v.w-." -' J.IIL.WI"""TII1 IMI'M.Jq -CPUti S 3PN R S3Z? Fine corner on Stanton street, north of tracks, close in. Terms. 6 room brick, south front, Boule vard, close in, $4250. Terms. 5 room brick, close in, 4200, on Prospect Ave. Terms. 5 room house, Bassett Ave., 25x 120, near car line, 1275; half cash, balance one and two years.-- Must be sold at once. Three large rooms, 50x140, 1 block from South-western shops, $1050. Terms. New 8 room, two story house, red pressed brick, on two southeast cor ner lots, elegant home, north side, $7850. Terms. 85,000 acres fine Jand in Mexico, 10 miles from the American border, all under fence, 5 running streams end several springs; about 5000 tillable land and they balance very fine grazing, at $1.35 per acre. Terms. BR0ADDU Phone 1558 ' vsi Sr "sNr-3 " r Mi wL Jb' Br LC!R0POBES ing current tively cures. ELECTROPGDES are mailable. If its 51.00 and we win see that you are supplied, or gentleman. WESTERN ELECTROF0DE C...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

Saturday, February 12, 1910. 21 By Rabbi Martin Zielonha Sermon Based Upon Henri Bernstein's Great Drama, "Sampson" Tickets on Sale Daily after March 1st; Limit 9 Months; Stopovers Allowed EL PASO HERALD "The Power of Lovef" our theme to night, is a favorite of the poets; it forms the motif of our dramas and rep resents the most fascinating part of our novels, declared rabbi Martin Zlelonka at Temple Mt. Sinai last night. And all this because it li universal, know ing neither color nor class, neither sect nor section. Our theme is the "power of love," and, lest we stray into the by paths of poetry and romance, we will oase our words upon Bernstein's suc cessful drama "Samson." We often speak of the forces that control the living, and the ambitions that sway men on, yet love stands su preme, the greatest of all. It may be the humble devotion of a dog for his master or it may be the supreme test that causes men and women to defy all else; it may be the grind of the scholar wrapped in ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 22 Saturday, February 12, 1910. Many P feasant E-Vents In Club Circles A.fJ'ord Much Social Gayety Card Parties Continue To Be Leading Social Events Classy Let's Tretend By Berton Braley in Puck. rumps aid Oxfords ii i !! ii u , i i mn cn 1 1 1 , p m If you willx give us a chance to show Oxfords and Pumps are the "classiest" of Patent Pumps and Oxfords, $3.00, $3.60 and Land Schober Kid Oxfords - ; Laird Schdbex Patent . Oxfords Goodyear Welt Kid Oxfords, Cuban and low herf ., Little Folks Department A new shipment of Lace and, Button Shoes in all Tr $ j 00 to 2 50 rifag GREATER cth&m y GREATEST SHOE STORE JjnfnnMPANY Hb PERSONAL. Mrs. James Broader, of Uvalde, who lias been visiting Mrs. G. M. TVorthing ton, is quite seriously ill. and has been The Specialty Skop AILEEN BERG No. 1 Iirtle Plaza jftTTLLINERY LADIES' WEAR HAIR GOODS Corsets $1 up Dept. in charge of expert fitter- li-l A Bi.ivM BH "Mif M 9 B 8M sglf M gg Correct ii For Correct GotetrM "The Redfern In...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, February 12, 1910. 23 The Kissing Deer Pet For EI Paso Children ! renmm ary And Sale of Clever Conceits For Spring Every section of this progressive store has donned its spring-attire and the display of the new goods is truly inviting. To make Monday a banner day in the history of the Boston Store we have prepared many special ottermgs on just tne character 01 gooas most in demand right now. Unusual values will be in waiting ior you Monday morning Showing 1 1 -c -:cv 1 1 j&- iV 'ifM HMCKiiK.9Hsi2fl&ia3a3ES3MSaEiM T. "PASO line Hccino' AaaT Wo Ehave bad the kissing bug, the kiss ing girl, the kissing boy and other things kissing and kissable, but never before a kissing deer not spelled " deer anyhow. And when it is said -that EI Paso has & kissing deer, it means all El Paso, lor the deer belongs to the El Paso "zoo" at "Washington Park, and the "zoo" belongs to all El Paso. This kissing deer was donated along with its brothers and sisters and moth...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 24 Saturday, February 12, 1910. SEEKING INDEPENDENCE L Are Letting Some Mighty Go By And each day that you fail to act it is your loss and meansyou are going to work harder tomorrow than you did today for your nrgli-' gence. Unless you wake up to the importance of deciding and act ing you are going to let some mighty good opportunities pass bv. It will- onlr he a few more days until you should he planting crops, then in a few more weeks you will he reaping your harvest.' One of theseharvests will make you independent f oflif e and still you are waiting, undecided, and next year may find you in the same condition except without the opportunty to get such a propo sition as we are offering you today. - We Could Sell Every Fool of These 5? 10 and 20 Acre Tracts Within the next few weeks wilhout urging you to the importance of acting. There are many worthy men in this country who want to succeed and who know better than to delay as they have. They know that every word we h...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

Saturdav, February 12, 1910. 25 ;..JLrf. c HEALTH IS THE GREATEST OF EARTHLY BLESSINGS. There is one thing universally desired and it is something that most people might possess if the voice of experience and the dictates of common sense and reason were more generally heeded. Weakness is not natural, sickness, especially chronic disease, should never be People should never let themselves run down in vital force" and gradually drift into the sorry condition of chronic invalidism. Sueh a course is a lasting regret, the greatest mis take of their lives, a sin against self and society. DON'T BE A BURDEN TO YOURSELF OR A BORE TO OTHERS. If you are afflicted with any "CHRONIC DISEASE the logi cal time to attend to it is MOW, while you have it in mind. Pro crastination will not make it easier for you to get well, it will put you to additional expense, and may even loose you the oppor tunity for a cure at all. We have no moral right to he jick -when -ways and means to attain health are at h...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

the: Telephone ISA WONDERFUL INVENT ON SH-S-H- hE'S SOUND AStexp ii hi i i i i i T r r v&tttti i - -- -i -wt rmm i i i -MniiT'T"- - j-'m.mh--"----- - i - - ... . W" " rasrfc 12 REJTOLVEP Tn Telephone is Wonderful But iris NOTSO VONDERTUL ASWAN. MAN CHAINED THE FORCES IN NATURE That HAVE BEEN HERE1VER SlNCETHt CREATION. AND MADETHEMDoH5 BlDPIfW. MAN DlDNV INVENT, HE SOUGHT AND FOUND WHAT GOD HAD INVENTED. MAN NEVER. INDENTED ANYTHING BUT CREEDS ANDThEY WERE ALLRIGHT IN TtipRTmZ ForTHOSE Who needed aEEWBUTLLTHATr HAVE SEEN TEACHK TO RUSTlHECiRtAloREo. WHAT I HAVt NOT,!EfP EWERSO ANDEACHDAYI5HALL PRAISE- HIM FOR GIVING ME SOUL To SEE" C flt,L IHC OCHU I T Of rwJWtKS AND 3K1ES AND LOVED ONES FdCEVS, AND EVES To help Pl Y SOULTo SE" GOOD NIGHT

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

HERALD Saturday, February 12, 1910. 27 . V OR 6 These and Other Unsparing Criticisms of Their Own Pro fession Are Made By Eminent Physicians Los Angeles Doctor Tells Why Drugs Don't Cure. Electricity the Rem edy of Todav SHALL "WE THROW PHYSICS TO THE DOGS? Has medical science made no progress, and are all drugs poisons? "The science of medicine is founded upon conjecture and improved b3' murder." declares one of the greatest physicians in the world. Sir Astley Cooper, M. D., physi cian to the queen of England. "Drug medicines -do but cure one disease by produc ing another," asserts Dr. Martin Payne, professor in the New York University Medical- College. "A mild mercurial course and mildly cutting a man's throat are synonymous terms." says Professor Gilman. of the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons. More and more eminent physicians are declaring each year that medical science has made little progress since the beginning of man. Dr. M. O. Terry, formerly surgeon-general of N...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 28 Saturday, February 12, 1910. Oval Frames g For Sepia Photos, and Moulding j suitable for most any picture. All9 From the Great Play of the Same Name by Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford Copyright, 1909, by Joseph Medill Patter son and Harriet Ford NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R. TOOMBS. The Fourth Estate i . TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO. We never neglect our patrons on this occasion. We have made ample preparations in advance, and offer tne most complete line of Lenten goods ever displayed in El Paso New 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 Nansan Smoked Sardines 15c Imported Boneless Sardines 40c Boneless Herring in jars 15c Ferndeil Crab Meat,' cans 50c Ferndell Lobsters, cans 40c MANY OTHER APPETIZING FOODS ON DISPLAY IN OUR DELICATESSEN DEPARTMENT. EXTRA FINS Asp...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

ALD ET Ei Paso, Texas, Monday Evening, February 14, 1910-12 Pages AH the News Herald Prints It first While It's Fresh. IL IN C. JUAREZ It Is Eight Here Says Clar ence Mackey Takes tlie Monied Men to Task. BUSINESS NEVER BETTEE, HE SAYS u New York, N. Y., Feb. 14. "If the egraph business is a barometer," said Clarence H. Mackey. president of the Postal Telegraph and Commercial Cable companies, who returned yesterday from his regular inspection tour through the south, "the south has lost none of the impetus that began before and con tinued in a modified degree through the panic The people down there have "become philosophical as well as pros perous and do not easily get excited. ""We began to make plans for ex tensions, enlargements and general ex pansion of facilities through the south more than a year ago and the net out come of my visit is that we shall go ahead as demands require in all di rections. ' "Properties are not geing to be con fiscated and the country is not going to sma...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

. . . - , MMMMMI r ! Authorized Capital $200,000.00 Proposed Surplus, 200,000.00 HOME OFFICE, EL PASO, TEXAS. (ORGANIZING) 1 ROOMS 1-2-3 TURNER BUILDING EL PASO,' TEXAS ' . . PHONE 1795 Imm Easy Explanation of Two of the Tricks of the Per former. C. M. Sawyer, self-styled spiritualist, entertained a packed house at the El Paso theater last night- He did some things that the layman cannot explain; his cabinet tricks, are indeed clever but some of his work can De duplicated by the most ordinary sieignt of a&nd performer In the business- The Herald does not say that his performance was ordinary sleight of hand; It does say that many of his tricks have bean pro duced time and again by people who do not claim any spirit power. This man Sawyer, with the apparent assistance of a solitary jcvorker, per formed some truly wonderful manipu lations in a cabinet, finally delivering a real, live ghost to the view of the audi ence. He did all this under the close in . tj SPIRITS" CAVORT STAGE ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

ET i Monday, February 14, 1910t - f (IP PURS are tblBflllRF TRADE WiTH US AND WE WILL CERTAi&LY SAVE YOU !20&EY 3 c Strictly Fresh Eggs, per dozen Strictly Fresh Standard Creamery Butter, O K per pound oJOi American Lad;- Flour (best QP for bread) 24 ib. sacks OOC American Lcdv Flour (best for bread) 48 lb. sacks for Silver Coin Flour (best for biscuit and pastry) 24 5r lb. sacks for .'.OOC Silver Coin Flour (best for biscuit and pastr) 48 d-3 lb. sacks for P vtl 8 3-4 lb. bags old fashioned Meal for Pink Beans (frijoles) 4 lbs. for 25c jyj C iDC 12 lbs. fancy California Potatoes for 100 lbs. fancy Cali-. fornia Potatoes for 3 lbs. Silver Leaf Lard for 5 lbs- Silver Leaf Lard for 10 lbs. Silver Leaf Lard for Fancy Oranges, per dozen Large extra fancy Oranges Oi ? per dozen &iOC 2 cans Petit's Pois Peas for 6 big bars Velvet Soap for $1.75 50c 80c 1.50 20c 25c 8 bars White Star Soap for 3 cans Pioneer Milk, large size, for 6 cans small size St. Charles Milk, for 25c quali...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD t 4 Monday, February 14, 1910. TUESDAY'S SPECIALS fm bB m B .jH MR C9 jflkk. IBflB tffl, BEIkk PSfe IH i $3.50 and $4-00 Queen Quality Shoes $2.50 and $3.00 Queen Quality Shoes 35 and 50e White Madras 10c Cotton Flannel .... 7 l-2e Other goods Selling from 25 to 50c on the DoSIa Remember This is Are Gone CREDITOR'S SAL F. J. BRAY, Mgr. The Fourth Estate ' I i From the Great Play of the Same Name by vTfc Copyright, 1909, by Joseph Medill Patter Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford V son and Harriet Ford i - I I J NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R. TOOMBS. - l3fc n W 1 i Milium ii , "Ah ha ha!" The jurist leaned back and laughed. "You're a clever lad, Brand. "Well, well; youth -will be served J" He pushed the pad away. Brand glanced at the clock fixed in the wall opposite him. "It's getting late, judge," he warned. Bartelmy reached into the inside pocket of his evening dress coat and extracted an oblong package. -Slipping off a rubber band that encircled it, he unwrapped the...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday, February 14, 1910. ' ' - - ... I ! I IF I ! ' I I. 111! Illl-llll Today's News of the Great Southwest liaBBHiBBEBaBBBnMnaBiMBaHBaaMvi AETESIATOEAVE NEW STATION Giant Oil Company to De velop Oil Field Near That Place. t asnrn nnrnsTinin in fiRnnrni nnn MUiirn rn Den Nnii ARE fiGTI; IN! MEI ST WORK Starkweather, J. Briaker and Kern, head officials of the Pecos valley division of the Santa Fe railway system, were in Artesia recently in compliance with a request from the Commercial club, backed by a general petition from the business men of the town, to put in a switch to the new ice plant now being built by C. M. Meade. The officials could not say definitely whether the switch would be put in or i not, but assured the agent here, as well as Harry Hamilton, that the road con templated the erection of a $12,000 sta tion here this year. The Giant Oil company, of which H. J. Hagerman, of Roswell, is president, and i vinaS Mills May Be Built at Nueva Casas Grandes and...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

6 EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Monday, February 14, 1910. EL PASO HERALD established April, 1881. The El Paso Herald includes also, by absorption &ni succession. The Dally News, The Telegraph, The Telegram, The Tribune. The Graphic The Sun, The Advertiser, Ths Independent, The Journal, The Republican. The Bulletin. - i ,,i KEHBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC, Entered at the EI Paso Postofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rates. 2e&ic&ted to the service of the people, that no good cause shall lack a cham pion, and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. EelL Auto. C Business Office 115 1114 HERALD I Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 TELEPHONES. Society Reporter 1019 L Advertising department 116 ' TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. a.ny Eerald, 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 Cludad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

Monday, February 14, 191GL A Brain and Muscle Foo SWEETWATER MEN j GET TOGETHER BIG- ACREAGE OF FIGS AT DEL EIO REFUSES USE OF SURPLUS WATER L PASO HERALD - ' ""' " ' ' - Today's News of the Great Southwest s LGjxAIfil The valuable tissue-building elements in this food make it an impor tant brain and muscle food, (for the want of such norishment, many invalids are slowly passing out of life.) It will xestore and keep man kind in good health and vigor; delicious, healthful and life-giving. You get all the nutritive properties "of combined cereals, WHEAT, RICE, OATS and BARLEY. Ask your Grocer. - Jfi I AMUSEMENTS ELLEN 3EACH YAW TONIGHT. This gifted artist, the world's great zest high soprano, and her excellent company of operatic stars, -will appear at the El Paso theater tonight, under the auspices of the "Woman's club of El Paso. This is a rare opportunity for the music loving people of El Paso to see and hear this great artist and the indications are that a packed house will greet...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Monday, February 14, 1910. B IN THE CHURCHES. VETERANS APPEAL TO REMEMBER THE HI Tuesday Is Twelfth, Aiim- Tersary of Sinking of Snip Memorial Service. Sad but impressive were the mem orial services held Sunday night in the First Baptist church in memory of the gallant soldiers who lost their lives luring the Spanish-encan war and who have died since that time. Before Imith rTvieVS patriotically the events Sfh Ted up to e terrible disaster the slnKing of the Maine and the war that followed. Se compared the great leaders of modern times to those of biblical days; Svtwed the distress of Cuba under despotic rule and declared that the ImKican republic answered the call of God, when it responded in freeing a down-trodden people- Appeal to Raise Ship. During the program, H. L. Walkw, post commander of the Hamilton Fish lamp, department of Texas, read -a rtrons appeal that patriotic organiza tion, citizens and school drenmeet at their respective assemblies Tuesday srtd hold ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

9. J 'Monday, February 14, 1910. Bsvrc ri iVi ft Prize Fights and Golf, I "D n r. ; . (Herald's Sporting News By N. M. Walker). j JIMR Thursday to be Souvenir Bay -Long Shots Win Sunday Eaees. Only 16 racing: days remain of the first midwinter meeting; of the Juarez Jockey club. At a meeting: of the stewards following Col. Matt Winn's trip to Chihuahua, it was decided to close the meeting: on March 1, as orig inally planned. ' It was at first pro posed to continue the meeting: for one week after the closing: dates because of the one week that was lost during: the snow storm before Christmas. But the probability of there being: wind storms following: the first of the month causea the men at the head of the jockey club to decide upon the original date as the time for closing the track across the river. Gov. Creel Coming. Two more feature days remain of the present meeting. On Thursday souve nir day will be celebrated at the track. This is an annual event at the big race courses and is...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 14 February 1910

to Monday, February 14, 1910. disouise-d to. P. ZfiS Vsg-g. to keep (X )($ Ote.VHU 1 Jfe, XKyScf felt! ll iSPj tsffnSBgtrsxext -as Clangs Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices Ct at Wari. No Ad. Lcs TIuui 25c LOST White Angora cat from 1117 Button street. Reward. IF YOU FIND ANYTHING bring it to The Herald. Get a claim check. Have it advertised. Reclaim it if the owner does not. $19.00 REWARD. Recovery new saddle, bridle, blanket stolen off my horse. Saddle made Dod con Saddlery Co., Dallas. Tex., tan col ored, iron stirrups, yellow lined. Dr. Cameron, over Guarantee Shoe store. Tncnr -nroi -rnft -crith locket, between ,a. e. -n rittr Tnrll "Reward. P. ! SU.OTTUi.Uti. su au "J O. box 751. Hr YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise it here. It will be returned to yoU if an honest person finds it. Remarkable re coveries are brought about every day through this column- For other acvertisements ses "Too Late to Classify" columns. Help and Situations In and Around El Paso a. Cet Ward. Ne Ad. ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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