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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 15 and 16. Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 15 and 16. EL HERAXD PASO r Take a Fort Bliss Car If you want a good investment you cannot possibly duplicate the advantages offered in Grandview Addition. Don't depend on what we say though we can back it up by facts. Go out and see Grandview for yourself. Present terms will soon be a thing: of the past so take advantage of them while you may. Grandview is Growing ail the Time The Country Club House is one of Grandview's assets. Again we remind you that this one item alone is worth considering in connection with investing in Grandview. A great many people have realized this and have shown their good judgment by buying v '.Grandview lots. The present good terms cannot hold much longer so take advantage of them nowand invest in what is destined to be El Paso's high class residence suburb. Grandview Lots Now Selling: $10 DOWN $5 A MONTH No Intere...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

FOR CAT MfmK $5.00 TO $10.00 IS ALL WE CHAKGE TO CURE SOME CASES CATAERH is one of the most prevalent and least understood of all ordinary diseases and produces more serious complications. The nasal mucous membrane has so much to contend with in the way of dust iiTitating gasses and particles in the atmosphere and the sudden changes in temperature it being a sentinel as it were placed at the beginning of the air passages must arrest all foreign bodies and germs in the inhaled air wami and moisten the air and otherwise prepare it for the delicate membranes of the lungs'. Hence its physiological action and liability to inflammation is imperative. Inflannnation produces a thickening of the membrane and the breathing space being naturally small easily closes this space and MOUTH BREATHING- with all its attendant serious eonseqneuces results. The mem- brane of the mouth not being intended by nature to compensate for the nasal membrane the air necessarily reaches the lungs in an impure st...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

F PA O .J. m w ' A L D Hey Dum Diddle Sfc JRS Copyrighted. 1910. tT tb American Examiner. Great BriUla lUshts Referred. and the Fiddle! O )Thmks wtt. (-- - h i i & I I 1 U WRITE MUH X T lfe - r L-v lHTTER VHEMJ J$f?L ' ' JUs i JWELL.JoRPAM TS qUlETJ W? i ( i SfSr Sfir (wetuu-leave You) S mm & Pfy-- 5LS SSgr-fepUPLE OF HOURS) a fliW x-"-fc fiP ) " j v . . . I 1 I 1 I " ' i "T r " ' I J ZLJY WILLIE would 1 7 URE! i CAf HATttTYolT! ySr fAT rPOW'T R4(M fpk ' fam&H PLAYJK6) WILLIE. 4 . I nU- M NOW. HOLJ) "THIS IT ' j (WELL ILL BeL . -m Vour mouth Rover.) ? 5wi:z-zlej; Smki MKAK TRICK UTJ iw. sw jy?rep w)

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

20 Saturday February 19 1910 JL J&jg0 HEHALD . If ' . ' ' i pi r ' ' ' . I "I Riding the CURTIS 8 Cylin First Speed Prizes At LANE Which Captured s Angeles and Phoenix H3X HpHHK jB B B k ELP . 9H tHHe vHShB V& Jv ONLY jK v B H r ace 10 Mile 5 5 Mr. Hamilton will af glide shutting off en etween Hi-plane and Automobile u kk ik i Motor Cycle will make his world famous and decending to the earth kk ry for height record and e i.OOQ feet in mid-air at each performance T t ven Paso WF Railroads ADMISSION-AduEts $1.00 Children 50c Box Seats $1.00 Each GRAND STAND FREE IX 1 1

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday February 192 1910 21 V i ...ifvl "n At. AAAnnminAlltr n cs 1 WALTHAM WATCHES The Autkentic American Watch ih 'j 9 v sjl - It is a matter of liistory that the Waltham Watch Company was the first in the world to make watches with interchangeable parts by machinery. Jt is a matter of knowledge to all scientific watchmakers that ever7- device and mechanical improvement of importance in the making of watches has originated in the factory of the Waltham Watch Company at Waltham Massachusetts. It is a matter of fact that the Waltham Watch Company- makes more watches than any other watch company in the world. It is a matter of general opinion that the Waltham Watch Company makes better watches than any other company in the world. It is a matter of wisdom to buy a Waltham Watch adjusted to temperature and position and to buy only of a reliable retail jeweler. - WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY WALTHAM MASS. Send for the "Perfected American Watch" our book about watches. r bor is...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 22 Saturday February 19 1910 Many "Pleasant Events In Club Circles Luncheons Afford Much Social fhe iety Of ceived for every cent you Black.suede or patent buttortfj ff Oxfords turn soles t$"fiUlI- Patent or Eld plain toe welt oxfords HOE- iIh&M S z Luncheons Prominent Among Social Features Of the Week Mrs. F- E. Hunter entertained re- cently at a charming luncheon. The table -was effectively decorated wiin fr rns and the place cards -were in hand painted design. Those -who enjoyed the affair -were: Mesdames W. W. Tur- ner. Winchester Cooley. U. S. Stewart H.S- Potter Walter Howe W. H. Bur- gs. J.C. Lackland Fred Feldman R. V Surges Edward Kneezell. Miss Nannie Lackland entertained today at 1 oclock at a luncheon in honor of .Miss Laura Townsend. One of the charming social happen- ings of the week was the luncheon given Thursday by Miss June Essinger in honor of Miss Lucy Fisher whose marriage to Eugene Russell Cooper will occur nest month. Lavender was the prevai...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

V- EL PASO HERALD Saturday February 19. 1910 23 nd Yards of This Season's Most Effective DER nil . iini I (il& TenThousa ITALIAN Jail EMBRO 1111b II i JMw IES One-Third of the Inhabitants of America's Italics' Are Destined to Die of Tuberculosis New York Is Meeting This Situation. (By R. L. Breed). N1 'EW YORK jk the home of more Italians than any other city in the -world with the exceptions o" Naples .and Rome. "Little Italies they call those colonies of strangers In America and no logbook can tell the distances these wanderers -have come; for they have not alone left behind them 6000 miles of the earth's circumference but they have moved from under Italy's southern skies to New York's conges- tion from work on the land with plenty of fresh. air they are now by the thousands laboring beneath the land. In tunnels or subways or mines i nthe pressure of two or three atmospheres. "Victims of THbercnlosi. These -facts make clear one - of the too often overlooked phases of Italian im...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 24 Saturday February 19 1910 " " "" . mimMM i MIM qy - . . l H K W I 1 E I B I T 111 ARE GIVEN S0UTHWES1 Chamber of Commerce Gets Concession on Mining Ma- chinery From Santa Fe Into Silver City District. El Paso Line Makes Reductions in Switching Charges. A sweeping reduction of freight rates from El Paso to points In tnis vicinity. on all roads entering the city trill soon be made allowing El Paso to secure Its quota of trade in the southwest- The change has been brought about through the efforts of the chamber of commerce acd A. TV. Heees Its traffic manager. For the purpose of promoting the giowth of the wholesale bunncss to Ihe Silver City district a general reductia In freight rates will soon be effective on the Santa Fe. The new rates on Iron and steel articles and mining ma- chinery to points on the Santa Fe Pres- cott & Phoenix and leased lines will place "machinery houses ana foundries in a position to compete successfully for the trade of that section In...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

25 ithoyf False eLI riSO r m YOU CAXNOT afford to jeopardize health or risk .your life by employing incompetent medical aid you should go of experience give assurance of honest skillful and scientific treatment and a cure if possible. We successfully men. Why neglect finding out what disease is tearing down your system when we offer you the most careful and knowledge of disease and br the aid of modern medical equipment we tell you your trouble and we do not obligate you at once to one whose reputation skill and ability backed by success and long years treat and cure all forms of IsTeryous Chronic and Special Diseases of men and wo- best possible examination to be had without money and without price? With our or expect you to take treatment unless 3-011 honestly believe we can help you get m Cli. ervaos LMsoraers Saturday. February 19. 1910 Ei&ti&Vttrr&tf&nUto&i&2&NtmPSiiji&mLB' iTiBSStSlB I A Reputation Unlit in on Honor W VV -A. - We Treat and Cure ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

I . M UXt : i 1 . har r W mS &M DYING To FMisq) 1 L i WONDER. WHAT j $ jjf BIthAT GHQ5T i ITorT" (this OWL THINKS 15J -A.w .' (S)!! (going to happen y w-"- mWr jgvwijjjw - dCT" ljy (jTYOU HEAR '' MJllill) Viaiir J f j ITT .kJi00Hoo) 3Hg I I IZI " IdST lOWl.'SSFF I hronr 1 1 !- gfta vsa tVJV r UUHr322Z.UM -XH3S( -A? . - - M MIIijVllL I mrHSSSm WjM r-z "Ttr-WiT JST ?1- TBfc. . SK I w.. : SIKpiI l-sseJLV Jir I: : ; "y ' "' Dodoes gfOC p- (Jheovi.?. 3pf - Mt'S; ' FAITH '-w -Km mmwmsim yyimmi wnLvrD That fear comes from lc?NORANce. s HOW A H0RSE5CAES ATl STEAM EHGmE. luuiHixrwunicn M DtflK OT PUTTING UP N UMBRELLA QUiCKLY AND HE'LL BEAT IT FOR The WilM. The more You KNOW the: LESS YOU TEAK.. YOU WOULD HAVEBElN BURNED AT THE STAKE FOR INVNTING$AY A PHONOGRAPH )00 YEARS AfiA RFraiKFTucv WOULP HAVE BEEN AFRAID OF YOU. PONTBE DRY UP ALLTHEAIOISTUKEW Your BODY AND CONTRACTC YOUR MUCLESCAWINCYouTo LOSE -APPETJTE & DlGEToN ANDCTET SKK People wavebefm VKiGUTEmryTnTirnTu J?LMyTH m HEART F...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

Saturday February 19 1910 27 w" Schedule Of the National League! Gossip About Ball and Other Sport A EL PASO HERALD f " n lm wL Promises to Be One of the Biggest Ever Pulled Off in Calif ornia. Richmond Cal. Feb. 19. From a for lorn hope to the biggest batale held In California for the past four years Is the almost magical history or the pres- ent Battling Nelson-Ad Wolgast contest scheduled for "Washington's birthday in this city. For weeks the match hung in the air both Nelson and Wolgast working every string possible to increase the ?Ize of the purse. This settled the pro- moters for days hunted for a battle- ground. The newspapers anc fight fans began to regard the proposed match as a Joke. But it is different now. The arena in which the men will meet Is now in process of construction and w.H be finished the day before the bat- tle. It will hold 20000 spectators. Both Nelson and "Wolgast are practically down to weight. Nelson is at 134 and will stay that way until two days be- f...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 19 February 1910

ERALD 2S Saturday February 19 1910 The Fourth Estate We are getting quite a reputation on our pure PUTTY. We as you are aware have a fine putty mill and always have it freshly made. 5c PER LB. Fish and Other Good Things to Eat FOR LENT Firmari Haddie per lb. 25c Smoked "White Fish per lb. 40c Smoked Sturgeon per lb. 60c Boneless Cod Fish per lb. 20c Smoked Salmon per lb. 40c Bloaters 3 for 25e Dry Herring each 5c Spiced Herring 3 for 25c Salt Herring 6 for 25e Salmon Bellies per lb. 25c Pickled Salmon 25e Extra Select Oysters per can 40c Norway Mackerel each 10c 15c 40c FANCY RIPE AND In Bulk 35c TULAROSA EGGS USE MERRITT BRAND BUTTER The Only Kind That Gives Satisfaction Phone 151. 210-212 CHASE & THE FEWEST IS SOLD IN EL The Jackson We do not supply this famous dealer. You can only be sure genuine and fresh by buying it Feb. 1 1910. CHASE Excelsior Auto Cycles IMITATED BY KAKY EQUALLED BY HDNE The Only Motorcycle With SIGHT Feed Mechanical Oiler Call and We Will Cheerfully Dem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

ALD EI Paso Texas Monday Evening february 21191012 Pages AH the News Herald Prints It First While It's Freah. TO ALLOW TO OWN LAND World's Fastest Aeroplane JAPAN REFUSES AMERICANS an Will Fly In El Paso unarles K. Hamilton Is Brought to El Paso on a Guarantee by The Herald CHALLENGES ALL OTHER AVIATORS Will Fly Against Any Man in the World for Purse of Ten Thousand Dollars. The Bird Man is here. Charles K. Hamilton arrived this afternoon from Tucson hringing his big Curtiss eight- cylinder hiplane in a baggage car and all in readiness for his El Paso flights Tues- day and Wednesday afternoons at Washington park. The biplane was at once taken from the union station by the expert mechanicians who accompany the Bird Man and it is being set up this afternoon at the park for the first flights Tuesday. Having remained in the air 12 min- utes at Tucson Saturday against a 40 mile gale Mr. Hamilton has established the fact that be can fly against the wind; he will make his ascents in El Pas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

Save 25c; Get The Herlci Coupon to See the Bird Man's Flights V Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery Corner Boulevard and Kansas Bell Phones 823 and 844. Ind. Phone 1691. "LEADERS IN LOWER P&ECES" Blue Ribbon Butter per lb Blue Ribbon Butter 3 lbs. Strictly Fresh Texas Eggs Fancy Colorado Potatoes OP- 19! Ths. fnr Wv Fancy Colorado Pota- &1 J ofts. T)pr 100 lb3 Vi i 1.75 Fancy Dry Onions 7 lbs. for .& Best Full Head Race O g? n 3 lbs- for 3 Yellow Pearl Meal ORs 6 lbs. for Ov White Pearl Meal OP C lbs. for wC Sack Meal 8 3-4 lbs. Og for OC 48 lbs. Cream of Wheat d 7 Flour for ...t...' P 1 O 24 lbs. Cream of Wheat Qrt Flour for fJ 48 lbs. Globe Flour for $1.75 ...90c 24 lbs. Globe Flour for '. 19 1h. ciirlr Wihnte Whftafc Flour for I3UC 5 lb. sack Whole Wiheaft QjfV Flour for 0)C 12 lb. sack Graham Flour for . 6 lbs. Pearl Grits for P. V. Maple Syrup (ft gallon cans P P. V. Maple Syrup 1-2 gallon cans .. P. V. Maple Syrup quart cans 60c 25c 65c 35c Standard California Fruits Peaches...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD s . i . jar "z - -ar " ! - - v ''mv n rfMa "w vn t i Aviation $7eek Three Lots of Lingerie and Tub SKE NELSON READY TO JEFF STILL KEEPS'DJSPUTE SCORE 0 F fifing it nsinr nrrrpin titi r 11 thf innint insiT nKPirTTi8! i nuRiir 1 . WE QUOTE THE LOW- EST PIAKO PRICES A Statement Easily Proven It is not a difficult matter to find out JUST WHICH HOUSE quotes the LOWEST PRICES on Pianos. Spend a few hours in the various stores of the ciiv paving strict attention to PRICES and QUALITY. Hhen come here go through our stock and Make Comparisons. We aTe the largest buyers and sellers of Pianos in the Southwest that's why we m undersell all competition. We move an our new store cor. Stan- ton and Texas March 1st- We offer 15 percent extra discounC on all Pianos sold this week rwifch an extra. 5 percent discount for all cash sales. JENKINS PIANO CO. THE BIG PIANO HOUSE. 611 San Antonio St. Phone 2958 Ring 1. AMUSEMENTS. AT THE CRAWFORD. Grace Lockwood was hissed yester day for tjie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 4 f 9HSBSnK9BBS SS&n-SKS93 filBEBnESClB . . itfb tKtk nfc fe mB0i fcp fe w B- B0 P - - i -" B- K " i HBiHiH0cXHHHKMEliHBVt BaHHIEHBHKH19PVBilBiHHBHiBBBiBB9BHBiBHBHHHBaBHiBB"nHKaiKMKHHsHH ' -k egins Wednesday Mornings February 23rd 1 0 A. M. The VOGUE Sale Continue COL. WILL H. JONES Auctioneer For Creditors of Vogue Dry Goods Co. Stock (Continued From Page One) a. long time. It will be the first airshijp exhibition in this section of the country and not only will it attract the El Paso people but tie trains are going to bring people from out of town on all railroads. Everybody wants to see'the Man Bird in hie sights and they are gbing to see frjT- Tuesday and Wednesday. POLICEMEN TO GUARD PARK. A large force of policemen will be sta- tioned in the outer field to keep it clear and keep off "the Tail birds." It will be absolutely necessary to enter the park to see the most interesting part of the exhibition the starting the stopping the races with the automobiles an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

5 e Bird Man's Flights Save 25c; Get The Herald Coupon to EL PASO HERALD eMBBB Today's News of the Great Southwest 1 Visit tke Exhibition of Kodak Enlargements At Austin & Marr's Old Stand Texas and Mesa Peb'y- i8 19 21 22 PECOS VALLEY TO FQRMTAXLEAGUE J m 250 Prints I a From I M Prize 1 I m Winning Jf I m Negatives & .ENTERTAINING AND INSTRUCTIVE DEMONSTRATIONS IN DEVELOPING- PRINTING AND ENLARGING "We cordially invite all interested in amateur photography to call at our store for program and invitations W. G. WALZ COMPANY Agents Eastman Kodak Company HEAVY COURT DOCKET FOR SILVER CITY County Prisdners Worked to Make Good Road for Motorists. Silver City N. II. Feb. 21. The spring term of the third judicial district court will open in SilveS City with judge Frank TV. Parker presiding on March 7. The Grant county jail has an unusually large number of imnates awaiting trial fend one or two Important murderTcases are on the docket for trial. From all Indications the term -will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE T. PASO HERALD CrtaLlisheC April. 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption an succession. The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune. Tke Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. 1CE5TBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOC Entered at the SI Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Bates. Zilc&ted. to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. KKRAX.D TKLEPEOSES. f Business Office Editorial Rooms ....... Society Reporter Advertising department BelL ' Auto. X15 1XX5 ..............a... 115 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION". Dny Herald per month. 60c; per year ?7. Weekly Herald per year SS. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers In El Paso East El Paso. Fort Silas and Towne Texas and CiuSad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed -will please stato la hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

EL PASO HERAL S th ee ODAK WALTMAM WATCHES Bird Man Tuesday and Wednesday ' !- -I ' ' .! -! '-- II I I. I ! MM m II ... I 4 . . I " I iimmnrnn rnm nun mnimnrri ibi I""" " "" " wiiiRrrtna run iwu wuunutu in 'iBr finBinna mum nrmmnr nniniTii wot) fe DUnutfA riluilD biibn at bUUHIT Pmz Tlie "There was a time when the term "American Watch" was one of contempt at home and abroad. To-day Waltham Watches are the standard pocket time piece from Christiania to Cape Town from Melbourne to New York. Peary used them in discovering the North Pole and the whole world pays respect and good will to their accuracy and honesty. Beginning with the exposition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association held in Boston in 1856 and up to the present time Waltham Watches wherever exhibited have taken the first prize and highest award at all the national and international expositions including that at Seattle in 1909. - WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY t WALTHAM MASS Send' for the "Perfected Annerican Watch' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8. 5c; Get The Herald Coupon to See the Bird Man's Flights Save CAT Aft all private diseases and weaknesses and their complications. CALL FOR CONSULLTATION EXAMINATION AND ADVICE WHICH IS ALWAYS FREE AND NOTE THE DIFFERENCE IN THE WAY AN EX- PERTSSRECIALIST WILL TREAT. YOU AND HOW SOON YOU CAN BE BENEFITED AND CURED BY THE RIGHT KIND OF TREATMENT. RPE BfiQ Describing our treatment SENT to any address In a ill EC QtoikiW plain scaled envelope together with symptom blank. IF YOU CAN NOT CALL WRITE FOR INFORMATION. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.; Sundays: 9 to 1. Rooms 9-12 C. & L. BHs. 106 X. Oregon Street. ATTENTION! Poultry Raisers! WelMvejostxeceived r consignment of PUfUNA. POULTRY FEEDS. CS mt( rrgaiaetbem. PURINA POULTRY FEBS re & siisiare of orer & dosen yarietiec of grains and seeds. They contafi absolutely no grit which make weight. They contain absolutely no bnmtpor smutty wheat. Yourchaac"' ess will thrive upon this feed it's lie experiment but ...

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