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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

EL PA .SO HERALD 1 ' mB - --.J.IJ, , niimni-T-Tmiii The Piper Children In "Babes Of Toyland Days More e 3t&W;. M-B irc3 &. a ?ww aras au-c hopes b ' i sismr- ssstj - - j a Eh09H j nsSi Ste-'$ur'K' x sxi" hRSftop ""&e y$ 8 l mHGR - a "BABES IX TOYLAXD." "Babes in Toyland" -will visit El Paso on Monday night, appearing: at the El Paso theater. This is one of ihe sterling; events of the dramatic season. Hamlin and Mitchell outran all of their brother producers in presenting; original ideas In the production of this beautiful play founded on the fairy story of "The Babes In the Woods," it is said. The most talented scenic artists the tvorld knows made the scenic production, -while one of the greatest living composers, "Victor Herbert, wrote tuneful airs for the beautiful lyrics from the pen of the Glen MacDonough. And it is to the cred it of Julian Mitchell, that he cleverly staged the little army of entertame'rs who make up the story. Seals are on A Who Would Enjoy good hea...

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. — 8 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 4 Y On Purchase ou an oave fit ) $100 B I It Is POSSIBLE Here Through This Sale. The Second .Week of the New Year is to be One of Remarkable Offerings In Furniture . Three carloads of high-class Dressers, Dressing Tables, Chiffoniers and Living Room Furniture purchased for the holiday trade was delayed in transit. This entire line combined with a display excelled "by no house in the Southwest, will be offered at 25 per cent ieSS than regularly sold. Every piece guaranteed to be of the highest quality. IBB IB H y m .China closets in all the popular finishes, Golden Oak, Early English, and Ma hogany. The best of quali ties, and newest designs, regular$35 value; sale price $22 50 .) Dresser Elegant solid oak '" dresser, large Erench plate glass7well made regular $22.50 value, sale price, m 1 hi A h . il B9 lr a m ?c -tt.. "ge, is ""i Parlor Suite This elegant 3-pieee Mahogany Parloi Suite, upholstered in a fine grade of velour, well made and beaiitifulry finished. Eegular...

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. — 8 January 1910

i L PASO HERALD k- , 3 if I o jL f lj You Can SEE The I J JFJIL Jftr Real Oak Leather In J , 4 regal JpMwf SHOES I PR s! ill -Through the "Window 11 IIAJif of SoIe" vTl W IW There's a little circular slip of paper II 2m " Jf! P&ted on &G so"e f every Reg3! Shoe. !y ft, II By lifting up this "Window of the Sole " If jtllii yu can see the white, Uve-Oak-tanned II tEJ leather underneath the finest sole leather IjhTb 'V ucm in tht wrvAA. TTi rVan. red- Hemlock- aM&o SH&MI tanned leather in other shoes is blackened Ipmi, TBT over to hideits tell-tale color. Hemlock J?j! 'IIm mIB leather L brittle and stiff, but Regal r( ; llay live-Oak-tanned leather is flexible Jyj Il and wears like iron. j s X II If you want honest sole leather if ilWo: 11 II you want shoes that will last get Regal &7f&: 1 . II Shoes at our exclusive. Regal agency. gvijj Jk $350 $4-00 and $500 Khl fK& ' LERNER SHOE fyf I 215 El Paso St. fi jr x.rf , 2 RAILROAD NEWS. ANTA FE RATES REDUCED TO ...

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. — 8 January 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1S81. 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. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3ZER. NEWSP. 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 thrivennopposed. k - Bell. Auto. f Business Office 115 lllo HERALD J Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 TELEPHONES. Society Reporter 1019 L Advertising 'department 116 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. "Daily Herald, per month, 60c; per year, 7. Weekly Herald, per year, i$2. The Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso, East EI Paso, Fort Bliss and Towne. Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, at60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -will ple...

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. — 8 January 1910

V EL PASO HERALD 7. Sharp deductions On Desirable Merchandise 1JTE HAVE selected from our Shirt Depart- ' ment alarge number of seasonable shirts, made in negligees, pleats and stiff bosoms. Cuffs attached and coat style. These are regular 1.50 and $2.00 shirts. We offer them while they last LOO ANOTHER selection consisting of E. & W., Star and Wilson Bros. Shirts, all new, in pleats and plain soft bosoms. Shirts that sold for $2.50 and $3.00. All sizes. $1.50 ODDS & ENDS from our. Underwear, Night Sobe and Pajama and Neckwear Departments at sharp reductions. HAfflffWIN HATTERS WHIRTMAKEr I07SA&AWQNIO St. TWO COWBOYS KILL THREE BEAR IN SIERRA COUNTY, N. M. Animals Attack Them While They Are Hunting for Lost Cattle and Are Killed Afteri an Ugly Fieht Uillsfccro, X. M.. Jan. S. Grant R. "iflreor, a "well known Sierra county hr v. oarm in from the Black ramre early this morninsr in company with another J snan with three very Jarjre iat DiacK "be-;'- stTa-ppc! behind their s...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

L PASO HERALD 8 111, Marmorcan 112, Gresham 114, Rey del Munda 114, Cardinal Sarto 114, "Vin centlo 117, George Young 117, Deuce 117. The Second Week LEAGUE BALL FOR EL PASO IN 1910 2 F jH vj( ? f Mammot ffemovai We sold much merchandise last week we're going to sell much more next week. Stocks have been rearranged to make selection easier. Come next week and, at Removal Sale prices, buy any thing in our still immense stock. Nothing is .reserved. Men's Clothing, .Men's Furnishings, Women's Hose, Women s Underwear. Shoes for everybody, Piece Goods, Household A SuDDlies all must he sold before' March 1st. -3 Three Suit Values $12.50 Suits at Suits made of caslimei'es. and worsteds in an endless variety of patterns. Some are single, some double breasted; all are worth $12.00; Kemov- al Sale price is eboiee for $12.50 to $!5 Suits at $7.50 Every style of tie season is in this lot. These suits are made of all favored suit materials, including cash meres and worsteds. Reg ular 12.50 to $1...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 9 "" - " ' - . J - ., " - . - - 1 i '' 1 TTi El Paso Southwestern Svstem Announces IM Service to KA CITY, C HICAGO, ST. LOU PROVEEK Tfain IS And All Points East Th e Golden tate Limite The Most Luxurious of Trains, Pullman Stand ard and Compartment Sleepers Only, Observation-Library-Club Cars, Dining Cars. - Daily at 1:15 p. m. 4' u ours oave d- H F & h Fast Express r . Carryin; Car and Pullman 'Sleeper, Chair Daily at The California A Train Equipped With Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Obser- vation and Library Cars, Dining Car and Chair Car, Daily at 6:30 p. m. W arren General Agent Phones, Bell 594; Auto 1694 For Rates, Reservations, Tickets, Etc., Call On CITY TICKET OFFICE, SHELDON HOTEL, EL PASO H. DMcGregor City Ticket Agent Phones. Bell 594; Auto' 1694 in J Ifllfiif lie i HP lsifill I III illjf III WJ J!iu0 Worm Knowing About The real meat sale where you gev the choicest meats for the least money is at Stetter & Schneider's tonight . Jackson's d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

PASO HERALD FOR RENT HOUSEST J SPECIAL HOTICE. j MEDICAL. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE- 10. fc bused mjrn? t. WHAT din- THHsf Gl if! THE TEA - K!TLE SOIL 0YER- ' Wx? ?i ' UwfSiWmKjHow Tn Y JWl S "N I 1 VV6T i?.7w- WWlPO .S -vi -JJ V7 m' g i -uJiimj . ML9 s j ' , I 3 ! I dttgzk WHAT tSTHATcRfcV BRMfO IDIUJ OP 'A BILKING UPTo Now sure ae MUST fiF IN HIS SECOND COPYRlGKTr-1909. 6Y THE Chiiigs Lost and Fonnd; Persoiials and ' Public Notices 1 Cmt a. Ward. Se Ai. Less Tkxs 25c IF TOD IOSB AJTiTHIXG 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 " LOST FOUND. IjOST A bay mare colt, 2 year; cut mark left hind ankle. Notify J. Cassen, Coney Island saloon. LOST Dark mare, rope around neck, out beyond smelter. Phone 3310 for reward. XOST Between Griffin's store on Boul evard and 1110 Montana, a lady's ini tial seal; reward if returned to 1110 Montana, LOST A bay mare" colt, 2 year; cut mark left hind...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

EXi 11 PASO FOR SALE RAL ESTATE. VALLEY LAND BUYER. Here is positively the biggest bar gain in the upper valley without ex ception. .. come in and let us give you further particulars. It lies 18 milesaoove jsi Paso, 2 miles off the big new macad- ' where in the city, or you select the om highway. It consists of 100"acres, all lots and we will buy them and build under fence with ditch rights in the the house according to your own plans big new ditch. The soil is white allu- and give you long time EASY MONTH vial that holds moisture and produces IF payments. We own some of the the big crops. The adjoining land is best south front building sites in the held at $100 an acre. "We sell you city and if you desire a home, one built thlt with c-ilt edsre warrantee title for just as you would have it, come in a'nd tlculars apply to Hattcm Realty Co., 224 Mesa Ave. "SECURE A HOME." The important factor in providing for the future is toMnake sure that you are getting value received before payin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 White Linens? Laces eries At Prices Heretofore Unheard of at Calisher fs or Elsewhere . i - a 1 m 1 Undermuslins. Goods. Tr8 w w tLtnoroia i White Sale was a collection of remarkable values. But, this 1910 White Sale will be the biggest bargain event Everything -in white even white blankets is included in the present sale. Come Monday, come Tuesday, -each time you come you will find something new an odd lot, an extra special, or some striking display. ever offered come every Calisher's 1909 El Paso people, day next week- The White Sale windows are worth coming to see. Yet tRey are only an index to the wonderful White Sale values within the store. White Sale of Embroideries On account of the immense quantity and the many special lots, we have arranged to sell Embroider ies, both on the main floor and in the basement? lot v. Edgings' and. Bands in -beautiful sheer dainty effects, as -well as the durable -woven Hamburg. 1900 yards in the lot, and some pieces worth 1.0...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

T?T PASO HERALD SUB-DIVISION OF n " ' ' uLumiw.111 miiiiiiiiwiiiiiwiiiiiMiiiwiTTin ! ii immm a n a Ma H IhbS Hs b hHK nfipi B EmISSE ffEv KEv EE4EE? EeLJ EEE wtfflvf& EEEEw SB JEwEE bk bre Eh EEE BKBs fls jHE wjslJES sSK KE vHHw IHH H wSBv vSbY Bl sTn UCE Is as Close to the Y. M. C. A. Building In El Street of Las Cruces as the Is to San Antonio Street It's in Grand View Sub-Divis $45 to $65 a Lot; Ion of Las Cruces That the Prettiest Building Lots in the MesilSa Valley Can Be Had For own, $4 a Hosith. . No Mortgage. No Taxes. No Interest. $90 D There will soon be an excursion to Las Cruces to show these lots. We want everybody to go on that excursion, as we are not ashamed to show this property it is IN LAS CRUCES, not away out in the foothills and on the mountain side, as are some other lots now being offered for sale around Las Cruces. On the day of that excursion we will offer for sale only a part of this Sub-Division, as the owners have reserved a part for building purposes...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

fvrggyr TO ALL THOSE WHO HAYS BEEN DISAPPOINTED BY UNSKILLED SPECIALISTS AND INCOMPETENT DOCTOES, TO ALL WHO HAVE SPENT MONEY WITH THOSE WHO TEEAT BUT SELDOM CUEE, TO ALL INTELLIGENT SICK PEOPLE, THE FAIRNESS OF THE ABOVE OFFER WILL APPEAL. HAVING- LONG SINCE PASSED THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE IN OUE CAEEEE AND KNOWING TO A MATHEMATICAL AC CURACY THE EESULTS OF OUE EXCLUSIVE METHODS IN THE TEEATMENT .OF CERTAIN DISEASES, WE CLAIM, AND WITHOUT FEAE OF SUCCESSFUL CONTRADICTION, THAT OUE SPEGLAL SYSTEM TEEATMENT WILL CURE WHERE ALL OTHEES FAIL. AVE MAKE t THOROLGH. PAINSTAKING, SCIEN TIFIC EXAMINATION AND ANALYSIS OF EVERY CASE AND AVE CHARGE NOTHING TO DEMON STRATE TO YOU WHAT OUR SPECIAL. TREAT MENT IS AND PROVE TO YOI BEYOND ALL REA SONABLE DOITBT ITS ACCURACY, EFFICIENCY AND SUPERIORITY. WHY SIIOl'LD ANY AFFLICTED MAN OR WO MAN HESITATE TO CONSULT SPECIALISTS OF RECOGNIZED ABILITY AND RESPONSIBILITY, WHO ASSUME ALL THE RISK? WHO ARE WILL ING TO PLACE THEIR SERVICES AT YOUR DIS POSAL ON ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

a H H g S AXi b, " ----- Y DON'T KEEP V --Kl CHISTA5EC0ND "- ' '-" ! ' COUSIN OTTO; jcj. rjp& JUND ALL WILL BE-- : '- L" A AYTlz?f JPti& tefc : (MAKE IT A GOOD I - ;'J 1 - 1 - .. It Was a Meara Tfficfe to P!a oa 0&tnNt Because He C&me Ase I5ea.s fisst Mow, asadi otto Had Doiae Notlbissug to TJ&essa,, oys Got ieb. ts.e g,z&ca Fsroves iLjfoat . Copyrishted. 1910. by the American Examiner- G-cat Britain Bleats Resrred. Stat tl&e OcKiiacC tl&e . Bust Because IDsCs of a Fetie Carattaes No Moss! &- .NOW 6075 TAKE IT UP) gN MM WBUrV S3 YET ! SIUM6ER , M NWV SIN - L V' NICE TOR HI5 MORN-7 (J AM IN MISSOURI ' .. iSLEEPlNG -TO-DAY jftAAP V-FZA LAV lllS1111' Sri JrF-W ViC L.V; - HEYff OH ) Y-NT F T13 Ntlwi ,gBfi &StejTOSKDoc iss locked shut 3 : : IfHvSTI MZ-Mv VDi&s 155 E&Gsy Uasted -n. fine s ( aK FfeSk (f:k smmmW$ N I j - D0f5 i)ER "STUFF) - VOJNG-BUST MY " -n E6&5 IS& EG65 Buf --- ? 1 (OTTO. WE SHOW 2. P "CL r If 2S k0o flT0?-LI6HTS LO...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

16 Ell 12 B I I $J$ II 1 iiIlsl-ly S ! L L 1 a & Ih ilil fell !! 1 1 !i nil k bt! ill s Ss sir y I If3!3 1 lr In line 5j fa s 1 O ililll i i Bri I I SiSii ii I S B III 1 ilfii 1 I is ii g Ufi!-J I lliSS Ite g 1 &$ 33 BsP Isal I Bar Jf I Gsn 1 M I I tsm I I W I 1 i . . I AGED MAN IN EL PASO SAYS HE KNEW DIAZ WHEN HE WAS CAPTAIN. Is Now Living in EI Paso in Poverty and Thinks President of Mexico Becognized Him When He Was on His Visit Here to Meet Mr. Taft Was One of the Four Who Fired the Shots That Killed Maximilian. "Men should be judged, not by their tint of skin, The gods they serve, the vintage that they drink; Nor by the way they love, or fight, or sin But by the quality of thought they think." "When the great Diaz came to El Paso, on that recent and brilliant oc casion wien two presidents met in the sister cities of the border, an incident occurred which was not recorded, per haps unnoticed except by two "very old men. An old Mexican, a very old man In shabby workman's...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 17 Science Of Dry Farming; How To Do It Successfully Nnii psryinn i si Tnr i rsn with stp . Ew ImLaIGO In THE LEAD WITH IIS Site Is Acquired in Quay County and Active Work Is Started Under the Campbell Svsteni. NEW 3EEXICO leads all the older commonwealths in the matter of advanced Ideas In agricultural education in one important respect. In addition to a -well equipped agri cultural college and experiment sta tion, maintained jointly by the federal and territorial governments, like those found in the older states, New Mexico has gone one step farther and is now establishing the first demonstration farm in the country under control of any state or territory. Oklahoma has something of the same kind, but less comprehensive in its scope. . QHick. Action on Bill. At the session of the New Mexico legislature last winter a bill was in troduced and supported by Hon. M. C. Mechem, now judge of the seventh dis trict of New Mexico, providing for a demonstration farm on each of ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

L PASO HERALD IS Jomenf Clubs A fjord Much Social G a ie fy Many Social, Events In Card Circle My Choice In a Girl Ia Tonche Hancocfc. n i 1 Raus Mit Em Shoe Sale Ml Our Eaus Mit 'Era. Sale gives you the rare opportunity to buy standard make shoes of the possible best quality at a really low price. It will pay you to supply the whole family with shoes during this sale and buy enough to last until the next sale, as you will not have this chance again for six months to come. Raus Mit ?Em argams in f u ; Karoams in Ladies' Shoes $4.45 95 ALL S6.00 GRADES; Ifcms Mit 'Em Price ALL $5.00 GRADES; Raus Mit 'Em Price ALL $4.00 GRADES; Raus Mit 'Esn Price ALL $3.b0 GRADES; Raus Mat 'Em Price ALL $3.00 GRADES; Raus Mit 'Em Price ALL $2.50 GRADES; df Qg Raus Mit 'Em Price P ! D Pte7D Lad Shoes $4.95 Laird, Schober $8.00 Bronze Button Shoes; extra special... Laird, Schober $6.00, $5.50 and $5.00 Bronze and Suede High and Low (ft n a Shoes ;xtra special $wTi $4.00 Bronze and Suede High and Low Sh...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

19 Express prepaid on all mail orders of 5.00 or more except staples and heavy merchan dise. No order too small for our best at tention. Muslin Un derwear, Lace and Embroidery Sale will start Monday. You will have no one but yourself to blame if you don't get your share of our Red Letter Sale bargains. Muslin Underwear, Lace and Embroidery Sale starts Monday. T T TORE 1 ii MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, LACES and EMBROIDERIES Monday Begins fhs Second Week fhs GREATEST VALU r i IL PASO pnr.-R.AT.ri m The throngs of people that visited our store the past week is proof that this has been the greatest value-giving event ever held in El Paso. Even our enor?2Pg c to its fullest extent in supplying the demands of the thousands of enthusiastic buyers. Every day next week we will offer special bargain inducements m WHIiii, GOODS, MUbiiiiM ujmuj-ic-WEAR, LACES AND EMBROIDERIES that will surpass anything we have yet offered. Many small lots of merchandise, because of their limited quantity, are not adverti...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

EL PASO HERALD 20 Compulsory Education Also Moral and Religious Training in Public Schools Is Discussed By Mrs. Flora McA. Jones. Let us ask, first, for what is educa tion? And why do the states expend large sums of money on the education of children? Public educatoln is a people's de liberate effort to make a higher and a nobler race. Then why do we not have special moral and religious train ing in our schools? Some may sas' that these things should be. taught in the home. It is true that the home should be the most sacred, durable and potent of human institutions, but what are the homes of many of our children? Go through the crowded districts of many of our cities. They areeenters of disease, vice and crime. All the conditions which surround childhood, youth and woman hood in crowded tenement quarters make for unrighteousness. The most terrible of all is the indiscriminate herding together of all kinds of people in close contact the fact that mingled with the drunken, the dissolu...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

21 T. H. Andrews Talks f Chicago White Sox to S In EI Paso the tighten EL PASO HERALD PfiMiQlfnf'c iiihpt cny to t-. , T-r -r j i v eteran Has Promised to Accompany the Team This Year Where the Other League Men Will Train. Comslkey is to be here again with the field flowers. Charles the first will arrive some time in the wee months o fthe springtime with nia. band of husky whiteshins on their an nual tour of the alkali flats. Comiskey is -a shrewd business man, and he recognizes the value from a training standpoint of having his team a money making proposition while it is getting in shape for the summer siege of baseball. Last, year Commie's bunch blew into town on All Fools' ay and came near helng' fooled in the ag gregation of pill rollers that wore the uniform of the amateur team here in the preseason days before the coming of the professionals and the big stick baseball league. Coniiskey Here Himself. This year Comiskey is coming to El Paso In parson. He has given his word that ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 8 January 1910

JfcJ Cd.i $-5ps 'tmsmt - yyJ YyyZZfl CopjTlsJited. 1910, sj the American-Examiner. Great BriUla RUM Eesarred. XZFT irH-i ijtia - Catch it IK1 YOU MUFFED IT, Tl CE. . JttJBLJ ' wrtruiwr? -rv-i CaY mV DVU1!'" -rrf-v 1 !U6-HTeR, NOTHJNC T fl LL To AY ffl- W H . . , ' r ! moneyvilu Buyout ;l iTirVfcNT BUY i-ovr t J iii i iffi 111 - 1 1 ' -f lj jjfjl will if Iff IIP ipS' I H rf ra I'1 ! ri J 1 ifejf-- &S -J f 1 " J5 - yr " " dool Y npY jane) V MAY MEET AGAJN - , I. - I " w t x rri' Mzgs "--",ji"-i4fl&eKfe?53 ,- -cJivfyrs- C-. )1 'K. s igsg fc2- "-" ;: Mg$mt it hi E' --- rv" "kJtvv !ititt ii,. "1 ' ill' i'lll! rS a 'dm I 3T IS2& Jf Z tfisSSk,: JzMzik j, ww m i-Jgl JSK Mgf O -? jr- " '--C ,: i 127MtlSSloNYVHEFvC RAF 5J Ml! FS O lAtinViur -S. 16-5V v- ,nu!w.v J r r R.H:S'oLED that aia foflgave: nEBECAU-SeE lOVEf MET. ANY OLD TnG aw l4Am a (j RUD BUT Pb&SlVENKS s A DiYINET j INSTINCT WHICH VHOUUJLLOFUS c jv.yi vatp. IT "Jakes Bravemen to Foiuj v - - - - - .:e- y MOST Or IHE I...

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