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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 February 1910

EL PASO RfcJftALD Tuesday February 15 1910 SJJP f! 3 r-GL . r" I - fl MP??! TJ. li ronored by Women When a woman speaks o her silent secret suffering she trusts you. Millions have be- stowed this mark of confi- dence on Dr. R. V. Pierce of Buffalo N. Y. Every- where there are womnn who bear witness to the -wonderworking curing-power of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex a jrom pain ana successfully grapples with woman's weak nesses auu ituuuurn jus. IT MAKES WEAK WOriEN STRONG IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her eoa fidence misplaced when she wrote for advice t the World's Dispbnsary Medical Association Dr. R. V. Pierce President Buffalo N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bowel movement once a day. NPfVY KajMHHfl BELIEVES BOOSTING- MAKES ANY OITY JUS ' II 15 M COTTON SIT! UBITl Out of Town Investors in the City and Anxious to Buy. Xioomis Bros. have sold the property at 1316 Texas street to an out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Tuesday February 15 1910. EL PASO HERALD established April. 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption an succession. The Dally News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun. The- Advertiser The Independent. The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. 1TEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. XEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Untered 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. I Business Office ......... Editorial Rooms ....... Society Reporter Advertising: department BER.1LD TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Dcflr 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 SlUc and Townc Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please state !b his communication bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 February 1910

Tuesday February 15 1910 Mining News of the Great Southwest ffllfiSttr Ff$ Ym ih& '$ 'rnFi EL PASOAX SUrEIUXTEA'DS GOLI 3IKVE IX CALIFORNIA Capt. Thomas A. Kelly of this city is superintending the gold mines in Ne- vada City California recently taken over by the Champion Gold Mines com- pany of Chicago. Manager George E. Fitzgerald also an old El Pasoan. an- nounces that the Champion shaft wi. be unwatered from the 1800 to the 2400 levels and vigorous developments com- menced from the lower workings as soon as the water is out. The com- pany will develop the five feet of rich A. Health-Guarantee to be Found in No Other Water Because: 1 The ONLY Water put up in STERILIZED" battles; 2 The ONLY Water Domestic or Foreign which is NEVER put in a bottle that has been used before. "The World's Best JACKSOF GROCERY GO. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS THE FRED J. FELDMAN CO. Announces an exhibition of Kodak Work to be held at the store corner Texas and Mesa Streets February 18th 19th 21st and 22n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 February 1910

l paso hekal: 8 Tuesday February 15 1910. rT lf llLPA-55 TH15 I f LU GIVE VOU Y g Tllffl BAD HA1.F OFF VOUR CHANGE gSfife !PL g B OM someone: moments-sr3 7X ml pfl WHO i5hof " "1 llLJr I L y 1 feP1' HE! aFT'nOFF" rvsEvENVv I f HURRY UP-I'M j ifi Wf THE1 DE!POT" GOODPAV-51R J I GET THAT tbh J iPtS IU- GIVE HIM ITHS I CONDUCTOR- jfr f fPt ALJN ABUHCH- A7TTCK:YdR THAT El iT5 A LONG BOGVIUUE JVE' HALF IS SSBgfSMff W-K HOME-. pMLV Two BAD- SIR lSP1! ANC THAT IM1NUTES LEFT J I B'H &AD HALP"! 4&k" Mmam w l fA?r wir r i COPYRIGHT 1S09; BY THE NEVTYORK VEHIWL TELEGRAM (NEW YORK -HERALD CO.). All Kflhts" Reserved Cli'mgs Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices 1 Lt a Word. So Ad. Lcsa Than 'S- LOST -FOUND. LOST White Angora cat from 1117 Hutton street. Reward. 510 REWARD for return of 3 months' iji Amofi.o'r iiiiiirmn lest last Thurs day." White and light brindle ears and J tall trimmed. Phone i4o. IF YOU FIND ANYTHING bring it to j mi. rrw.ifl riot o claim check. Have it adverti...

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

t PASO HERALD Tuesday February 15 19100 Too Late To Classify' A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this moraine These replies should be called for not iater than one week after beinc bulle- tined: B. 380 X. B. CLE P. 399 C. M- S 23 G. T. 128 H. V. 5167 I. 112 .leno L 13S 1254 L. 238 5157 L. 4 M. L. 125 M. 155 PROFIT FOR YOU. On car line 5 room frame home bath electric lights modern nickel piumbing 4 large lots beautiful shade trees good fences chicken yard and iVs to"UrWance; only' per outhouses; only ?o00 cash requirea o interest; Immediate possession. Get busy; this bargain won't last long. You can own this property for less than paying rent. Frauk R. Tobin El Paso and Franklin Sts. Phone 2271. WANTED-Positlon by bookkeeper with 15 years' experience; half days work. Address P. O. box 1142. VALLEY LAXD FOR SALE BY OWN- er Surveys-9 6 104 E. of 103. Island tract all or in part; just opposite Fa- bens; right of new brid...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 15 February 1910

IE PASO HERALD l?'f-.v Tuesday February 15 1910. ' I f ' " Odds & Ends Sale Soon Fish ier to-Eat FOR LENT "Finnan Haddie per lb. 25c Smoked Wliite Fish per lb. 40c ' -Smoked Sturgeon per lb. 60c Boneless Cod Fish per lb. 20c Smoked Salmon per lb. 40c Bloaters 3 for 25c Dry Herring each 5c Spiced Herring 3 for 25c Salt Herring 6 for 25c Salmon Bellies per lb. 25e Pickled Salmon 25e Extra Select Oysters per can 40c ISTorwav Mackerel each 10c 15c 40c FANCY EIPE AND In Bulk 35c '111 TULABOSA EGGS FRESH EVERY DAY USE MERRITT BRAND BUTTER The Only Kind That Gives Satisfaction ill . ' mi & b 9fek9 filt R8k tKoi bi a J fl i fSm'j& .a'cBK III Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. ! lll Hli CHASE & SANBORN'S J THE FINEST IS SOLD IS EL 2i Jackson Grocery C We do not supply this famous brand of ours to any other dealer. You can only be sure of receiving ''SEAL BRAND" genuine and fresh by buying it at their store. Feb. 1 1910. CHASE NU-KOTE and JAP-A-LAC Easy Beautifiers NU-KOT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

ALD EI Paso Texas Wednesday Evening February 18 1910-16 Pages AH the News Herald Prints It nrst While It's Fresh. Lin awson e I Snow Blocks D I Only Tuesday Herald Men Placed Two Bets at Apex Bar on Races Over River. OTHER SALOONS HAVE SOLD ODDS Practice Stopped at Lobby Last Saturday -After The Herald's Gambling Story. Race track gambling in El Paso! It is not just a belief. It is a fact and The Herald has the proof. Race track gambling is against the laws of nearly every state. But es pecially is it against the laws of Texas i strong plainly worded laws. It was said that the Juarez race track would not affect El Paso; that it was none of El Paso's business anyway. But apparently it is El Paso's business ; when a youth can place a bet in an El Paso saioon on a horse at that -moment running in Juarez. Two HeraQd reporters violated the Texas law and placed two separate bets at the Apex Bar5 218 St. Louis street. on two separate horses on the Juarez track. The money was taken by the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

S fT Ml Garment Fast Filling Up Almost every express brings us fceautiful spring garments. Jin suits skirts coats capes silk linen and lingerie dresses we now offer a selection that is tineqealed an El Paso and -would do credit to some big Eastern house. Waists In the Waist Section is dis- played every new idea in tail- ored and lingerie waists. We direct special attention to the Foresight style tailored waists. One Price Perfect Fit IEBWI11 Ww&uhJS$$ N Train Bulletin. All afternoon trains are reported on Ume. Ohc Iking Certain. You can always rely on Chase & San- born's coffee. There is never any guess work about what Its flavor is go- Ins to be like it is always rich mel- low delicious and satisfying it never varies. Sold only in air tight tins which protect its Inimitable goodness. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery Phone 353. For Sate Four double sets and one single set of officers' quarters with out buildings at Ft. Bayard N. Isl. Sealed bids for hese buildings will be received...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. 3 Eyster's C O. D. Grocery Corner Boulevard and Kansas BeU Phones 823 and 844. Ind. Phone 1691. 1 'LEADERS IN" LOWER PRICES" ET JLs I Blue Ribbon Butter per lb 35c I Blue Eibbon Butter 3 lbs. for $1.00 Strictly Fresh Texas Eggs per doz 30c C $1.75 oc ...25c 25c ...25c c Fancy Colorado Potatoes 12 lbs. for Fancy Colorado Pota- toes per 100 lbs Fancy Dry Onions 7 lbs. for Best Full Head Kace 3 lb$. for Yellow Pearl Meal 6 lbs. for White Pearl 3Ieal 6 lbs. for Sack Meal 8 3-4 lbs. for 48 lbs. Cream of Wheat Flour for 24 lbs. Cream of Wheat Flour for 48 lbs. Globe Flour for 24 lbs. Globe Flour fox y 12 lb. sack Witfole Wheat Flour for 5 lb. "sack Whole WSiear Flour for 12 lb. sack Graham Flour for 6 lbs. Pearl Grits for P. V. Maple Syrup gallon cans P. V. Maple Syrup 1-2 gallon cans P. V. Manle Svnm. quart cans uOC Standard California Fruits Peaches Pears Apricots Cherries Blackber- ries Plums Grapes PA 3 cans for OUC c $1.75 ...90c 60c c c ....25c $1.25 ...65c 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

- EL PASO HERALD Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. " " g - jj ... ui CTjaBmgtqi- n ji xxa-iw i igMjEcagi i '"' hmbii m minima 1 s: Thursday's pecials Entire stock of Ladies' Tailor Suits are put on two racks and will be sold First Rack 23 suits values up to 20.00; . choice- - Second Back IS suits values up to $40.00; choice Balance stock of Muslin Underwear AT" 1-2 PRICE Balance stock of Silk and Outing Kimonos AT 1-2 PRICE. One table of Dress Skirts values to 5.00; d Qg choice ' 4 JL.270 19.95 Towering Crash worth 15c; Thursday special 7c Don't miss Thursday's bargains and remember only a few more days of the Creditor r Sale F. J BRAY jWgr Vogue Dry Goods Oo.'s Old Stand '- - r - ' " TACXS ON COUNTY ROAD; AUTO TIRES PCXCTDRED Automobile owners are complaining' that small boys have been throwing tacks- along the county road and the streets leading thereto causing tire punctures. City sewer commissioner J. W. Hadlock pUnctnred one of the rear tires on his machine this morning- when he ran over...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

L PASO Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. " i - . ' m child plays with i puniiinii I n Rii o 1 1 iTPi 1 1 p iiuniniiTrp 1 v j BHbNUWrALL I MUUnMRS RUyiES f s jarrell.ballardco.1 l 'SSJKS' 7 II 311 Wmm Mr 1111 fmmhm We Want You to come and examine the Iates! models in Regal Shoes because we want to make you a regular customer and we know tills is the surest way of doing k. They are the smartest ready-to-wear shoes designed this season- and Regal quarter- sizes give you an exact fit ff 7 SQ5Q 7V J A Jr H0Q &rnr ndD LERNER SHOE CO. 215 S. El Paso St CUSTOMS MAS KIXDS RDIA3T cnnosiTY XEAR XACO Canaaca Man Is Working; on an. Airship Demand Around Xaco for Sor- jrhum and Wild Kay. Xaco. Ariz. Feb. 15. Capt. Donald- son a United States customs guard mounted when out ou duty a day or so ago west of Xaco found a curiosity in the shape of an Indian slungshot made of stone -which in his opinion is at least a thousand years old. Mrs. C. E. Donaldson departed for El Gentro Imperial county Cal. to -visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 "Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. EL PASO HERALD st.bl!shed April 1SEL. The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption &n succession. The Daily News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic The Sun. The Advertiser The Independent. The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. SnClIBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Kates. Dedicated to the eervice of the people that no good cause shall lack & cham plon and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. BelL Auto. f Business Office . HE- 211& HERALD I Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 fKLEPIIONES. 1 Society Reporter 1019 I Advertising department 116 TER3IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dfcflr Eerald per month 60c; per year. 57. Weekly Herald per year $2. The Dally 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...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday Feb. 16 191(X e Save You Money On Your Grocery Bill F fineFicli5 m Pffl or plain toed X IsSiiiiiSiSi equally valuaMeH Indispensable liiSii 1 For Home Baking ffiffilaSj . . - 3 i - . MANY CHINESE AEE SSEUGLED IN STATES (Continued from Page One.-) Istence of a syndicate for those nefar- ious purposes but there is among those -who conduct the business a cer- tain esprit de corps and there are in several cities clubs and headquarters where Ihey congregate." N Linked With Politics. In some cities it is declared the traffic is connected -with local political conditions and some of the municipal althorlties are implicated or otherwise helpless to assist in eradicating the eviL The federal government's pow- ers. It is stated are so limited as to make it essential if any marked pro- gress is to be expected that the states and cities shall awake to the serious- ness of the situation and exercise their undoubted authority to put down the eviL during the year there was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

EL PAS 8 Wednesday 'Feb 16 1910. JSfumerous Weddings and Engagements Many Pleasant i Ire i In dub Circles aARMSTRONBSiSS. Ladies' Smart Footwear FOR treetwear New models of Spring Styles of Oxfords are c here ready for your in- spection. They include all the snap "wear and fit that Guarantee footwear al- ways insures. All the leathers pat- ent gun "metals and black suedes- both turn and welt soles. The lasts are entirely new showing that short effect with a high arch are the correct fitters this we can assure you. A try on will convince you. The prices are $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 The Herald has arranged to take want ads by phone. Call Bell 115 Auto 1115 up to 2 oclock daily. Your ad will be received inserted promptly and collected for next day. W' ' i.1 && 'vvi : VSw4 I I I I r .- ") GREATER EL PASO'S rfce- GREATEST SHOE STORE .lT.Ai-F?ii ox. 3B; sKBiafySrE Mb iiilF vdmsm HIS &r'JMSsJMF frf2Zmrf&FSj l&U es rry vs- r ' u ifanv "J' A i- i '.XflftA 2tfc & ' . ms...

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

Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. 9. rTTfVWSlHM aa2 1 Mil iilll Wafohsng a Stomas!. Digest Food Was Ihe Means Whereby Science Made I Possible the Cure of Dyspepsia. 32.L PASO HERALD 1 c&Taflafcvv'! (Continued From Page One) tuat for each of the Americans who died j duced his famous $50000000 appropria- ting night an hundred more would tion hill to he expended in preparation march from the north to avenge their for war. The bill passed without a cns- daths. And that 10 aye 20 30 Span- senting vote. War was inevitable. Good .... i- i- " 1... ! Tn-n T.o fha "YTTT rkfforAfl to inter- iaras wouiu pay wie yeiiu.iLy. Event followed event With a slow- ness that was exasperating to an in- telligent people. A few of the bodies i. ere recovered to be buried in the government cemetery. From every part of the country the appeal of the grief stricken relatives must necessarily be refused. There could be no Christian burial for those 260 sailors. Their t mb was the sea and their bier the battleship upon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. M AMMOTH CROWDS continue to get greatest Furniture Rug and Crockery bargains at d A -d There bare been many furniture sales in El Paso and many of theni have proved satisfactory to the stores as well as tbe public but no sale ever given in El Paso met with more success than the administrator's sale which began here Monday. The success of this sale has already proved far greater than we anticipated. People who visited the sale the first day were so satisfied with their purchases that they have returned and bought other articles. Anyone that desires to get the best furniture rugs crockery and other useful articles at a great dis- count cannot afford to miss attending this Bale.' Every day there are new bargains. Eemember that cash does wonders at this sale "and you are invited to call and inspect the values whether you desire to purchase or not. UPTON COUNTY TO BE ORGANIZED SOON r I 8 ses- I 3 i assessed I Dressers $11-50 Golden Oak Dresser $ ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. 11. ew HAIR REMOVER an L PASO -HERAI Southwestern Mining News Nifty jiilM II iJ si" lifi 1 1 A LI b iiilLnlL LhiiJ i & DAomoi) Natty VERY Pe Oxf or ds and P YOUNG ME rcw s Shoes11 The Classy Sort V J FINANCIAL FINANCIAL FIRST NATIONA UNITED STATES DEPOSITOEY Capital and Surplus 600000.00 y OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: TV. W. TURNEY Chairman. ' ' f. "' -. JOSHUA RAYXOLDS. President. James G.iMcXary Yice-Presidentr Walter IM. Butler Asst. Cashier Jno. M-'Kayolds Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher Asst. Cashier EDGAR W. KAYSER Cashier. Assets $4500000.00 WE SOLICIT YOUE BANKING BUSINESS J IC. R. MOREHEAD President. GEO. D. FLORY Cashier- JOSEPH MAGOFFIN. V. Pres-. C. N. BASSETT Vice Pres. JL. J. GILCHRIST Ass't. Cash. ESTABLISHED APRIL 1831. CAPITAL SURPLUS AND PROFITS $175000. A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY. RIO 0RIH3E GRANDE VALLEY BISK & TfiBST 00. I W. V7. Turney Prest A W. E. Arnold C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

Wednesday Feb. - ' Khy WHEhfYOU GET YOUR g Jfm Jf mgm 3 A iM Pa J4l flvA WORK DONE. COME fiBfi gl SUP i m IT H V3&I llNsfc - jos for you ! t JgJ&jr km j lvSY! YOiTaFTN (7 pAKE IF You KNEvA tNOT GOING OUT? V WHAT TROUBLE YOU 1 ik fv jAKEN'T YOU GOhMG sf 1. AVE PUT ME 'TO. YOU IhW b ' ft? VTQ PLT WHISi ?J UJ .XU WOULD HAVf: LET ME fH ll W - -fFTKV yKNOW THIS COAL HAQ .BA. flk -N TOT T S0 OUT ip ) I C0ME AUD x sH0UL(KH 1H iJL-B THOSE IDIOTS DUMPi X I 8 HAVE HAD THEM (HB y?S nj -ED THAT COAL IN V IdRIVE IN WITH lT'JSnV PM S-Ji-i of the house in- V r x 3S&s.mB 7 1 r. r.T-u' -;" ym in im ririi nii rnr--irmnm f un wild ii.-uiy IV UfStfati2rfKK S 1 . - r Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices WorsL Xe Ai. Lew Tka S&c. 1 Cost a LOST FOUND. S3.00 REWARD oo question-. us-k.-". for b-jnch of key lost fro.n .ap.s -uild.ng i tave u. Silver King sa-looi- aud get rewaro. IF YOU FIND AXYTHIXG bring it to The Herald. Get a claim check. Have It advertised. Reclaim it if th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. Too Late To Classify "One Cent a Word. A LETTER FOR YOU. RepHee sent in caro of The HeralS office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should b6 called for not later than one week after belnjr bulle- tined: B. 380 P. 399 C. L. H. S. 23 G V. 5167 G. X. O. V. ISO H. V. 219 I. 112 4S0 J. E.R. 125 L. 238 4 L. 51B7 M- L. 565 M. 155 22 - FOR RENT Desk room cheap; an ele- gant office suite to party who will occupy during- business hours. Brown care Herald. AMED A little capital to push min- Itg proposition in Sonora Mexico. Write C. C. Herald. FOR BBS'!7. 316 Missouri St. 4 rooms $23. 5 room iiat In the 3razos. S05 Myrtle Ave.. 6 rooms $30. 702 Cotton Ave.. 4 rooms $20. 913 Missouri 4 rooms $20. Turner & Davis 106 Texas St. AM'OXB employed by the Southwest- ern Portland Cement Co. can learn srafthing to their advantage by ad- dressing P. O. Box 4S6 El Paso Texas. V aA r L v - 3"A-1Vl i u Of ability. Must be aole to...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 16 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 14 Wednesday Feb. 16 1910. . i " i Mnrmrwrrr-innnTiM in inmaIIImIlnrmn--' i 111 HERE'S 55 OF THE BEST FARM BUYS I Hkl UNITED STATES TODAY Smrifi large others smaU. some improved some not improved but not a-one in the list that will not net you handsome returns during the present year. THE PRESENT YEAR is one that is going to make more monev for those who invest in land in the Southwest than any year in the history of bus marvelous country. People have just begun to Tleafze and learn whv the Rio Grande or Mesilla Valley is the most ideal place in the United States today and as a result they are coming to the Southwest. More interest has been taken m El Paso thRio Grande and Mesilla Valley during the past si? months than in any two years. Every day many tourists visit the city return home and tell of the ideal climate the progressive methods of the citifen of this part of the country what is being done in the Rio Grande and Mesflla Valley. It .sounds kke fiction to them...

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