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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD " V ! I FEBRUARY 22 1 I FEBRUARY . . 23 IV?MlBBIIaaaS!a!atia!IB!"IBE!e3SBBBB M h'T-"L?:s I Rides a I'll wim mi " .i---::ci:-v;;fed?apKi?y I LUrf I 13 B This IS i! 'v ' ; ' -v- -Tl ' "' -:t ::. ;.:. ;?&&:: $ H'-: -: --v" - -.--f . Tl.-- ---"i?ss This is B I - This real American Aviator I B B I Holds the Voridfs Record for the FASTEST mile ever made in a heavier than air I I machine haying made the miie in 111 at Fresno Cal. Will try to break this I I record Tuesday at E! Paso. Wiii also try to break ali records for height. I I 10-Mile Race between Bi-PIane ami Autotnohiie I I 5-ile Race between Bi-PIane and Automobile I I 5-Mile Race between Bi-Piane and Motor Cycle I I Mry Hamilton will also make his world famous glide; shutting off engine 1000 I I feet in mid-air and descending to the earth AT EACH PERFORMANCE. v I J" lUltlieSlllilB ADULTS $100; CHSLDREN 50c; BOX I HUlIi!iiiI!li SEATS $100 Each. Grand Stand Free I JHifllHBitHlHHlBHMHHOHflHHHIHHIHZflMBMRSHHflH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

PASO HERALD 10 Trrs a BfGj -GER JOS MAW" IT 1SNT' JUST TE1L ME WHERE TOU KJD HOW YOU AND ILL WORK! 0H0SE j-U YOU WE WILL COMMENCE HERE NO NO- W HAD Dbi ILK. DtalN OVEP THEREVELL. IT MAKES NO Ulh- -FERENCE mow. dear. welln fasten a centre (PIECE UP HERE AN IF TO U D0NT LIKE li-r jctcP it'c mi . ji rvi uin nw rtuu UP. WHY WE'LL ITAKE IT ALL DOW' AGAIN AND PUT IT UP THE WAY THAT SUITS YOU THE BEST. MY DEARi mV ' " ' -"" THAN TO" LA IIHINK X V ft Xs'Z -5 ' r1 AiVC . J Hk J X lW V "X I If" tfiStSy l wpvay j?2i?JtS2k.iz J S Jl-Jg? SaJUS fls IILtJ IT 1SNT I IT IS CROOKED! ISN'T IT.J HANGING JWELL.-WE WILL STRAIGHT 'DOWN AND HANG IT Dft YOU MAGAIN i KYMn L T-rtfiiii a?7 iivr VOtI MAD RETTcK ' ; l iniriiv-jv wniv;-i ". -ijaVcsi lO 1UUIV LimiM - t0?TBiaiT7l9O9 BT TIE Ciiirigs Lost and Found; Personals and Public ioticfes 1 Ceat at Worl Ne Ad. Less Tkxx Sc LOST FOUND. LOST Gtt?ld locket. Monogram A. 3L 1. Return to Loomis Bros and receive rewards. - here. It wiil be returned to you If an j hon...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

L PASO HERALD 11. K Too Late To Classify A LETTEE FOR YOU. Replies sent In care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. These repllea should be called for not iater than one week after beinf bulls- tined: . B. SSO P. 399 B. 50 V. 180 A. G. B. Nemo C. Cepher G. X. O. Business J E. R. 4 L. 221 M. L. 191 M. 155 WANTED Situation as governess in or out of city. Write Governess Her- ald. WANTED A-n Al bookkeeper. Must speak Spanish must be single and fur- nish good references. Apply A. Cour- chesne El Paso Ice and Refrigerator Co between 9 and 10 a. m. FOR SALE A team Beil phone 99 or 2048. of good mules. WANTED Good cook goffin. Apply 917 Ma- TAKEN UP 1 stray Jersey cow. Call at 316 Tomlllo St. city. NICE CLEAN GROCERY STOCK and fixtures for sale by owner; leaving town. Apply S19 Boulevard. BANKRUPTCY SALE The stjock of hardware and fixtures of the firm of Fassett & Kelly. El Basso Tex. will be sold Feb. 2Sth 1910. at 2 p. m. at the premises 206 S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 21 February 1910

EL PASO HERAL 15 In Our Delicatessen Department Kew York Cream Cheese per lb 25c Roquefort Cheese imported 65c Swiss Cheese imported 40c Brick Cheese 25c. Camanbert Cheese each 40c Sap Sago Cheese each 15c Parniessen Cheese bottles .25c and 35c McLaren's-Imperial Cream. .15e and 35c McLaren's Roquefort jars 25c Stilton Cheese jars . .' : 60c STeufehatel Cheese : 10c Blue Label Cream Cheese. ...:..-... .15c and 25c Pineapple Cheese . .... .60c and 75c Edam Cheese imported ..".' ' $1.25 We keep our Cheese in ice cold refrigerators free from dust and flies always 'fresh and of highest quality. Home Made Cakes and Home Made Bread Phone 151. 210-212 CHASE & SANBORN'S Egg jJHSkgar! SSi 'jS KWBaftiiM HBP m THE FINEST IS SOLD IN EL Jackson Grocery Co. We do not supply this famous brand of ours to any other dealer. You can only he sure of receiving "SEAL BRAND" genuine and fresh by buying it at their store. Feb. 2 1910. CHASE REPORTED THAT MISSING NAVAL TUG IS SAFE Newport News Va. Feb. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

All the Xctts Herald Prints ft First Wklle It's Fresh. President of Central Labor Union Is Jailed and Labor- ites Are Aroused. IS INCOMMUNICADO IN THE CITY JAIL Friends Not Permitted to See Him The Street Car Strike Situation the Same. Philadelphia. Pa.. Feb. 22 Incensed at :he action of the po- lice In arresting' president Pratt of the Carmen's union 'ast night and keep- ins him In jail In spite of a court or- der the Central La- bor TJnion today de clared a sympathet ic strike of all or- ganized labor in the city affiliated with th"J central body. The Central Labor union claims a membership of 100.000 but as today is a holiday it cannot be told until to- morrow how generally the strike order will be obeyed. Radical labor leaders say there will be a general walkout. The leaders are holding conferences today to determine when the strike order will go Into ef fect- Rumor is current that a warrant Is also out for the arrest of president John J. Murphy of the Central Labor union. Effor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

. MM1MMWMMMMMWMWMWwMWMMMMBiMMiMMBBMMBMEMaMII till ttl 1 Ml II J" RAILROAD SEWS. DEFENDANTS II DAMAGE SUITS Widow of Man Killed on Grossing Asks $30000; Daughter $15000. Following a collision between a busffy Mid a GH. special train m East El Paso February 8 comes two damage suits one of which is filed in the 41st and the other in the 34th district court. Mrs. Agnes Stevens widow of Isaac Webster Stevens who was killed in th accident sues for $30000 damages representing herself her children. Mary and Edna and Almond a grand- child. Henry Stevens father of the deceased Is also a plaintiff in the suit being represented by his daughterin- law. Ee is 92 years old. This suit is filed in the 34th district court elma Barrett through her husband -sues the G. H. Railroad company for 515.000 damages. She occupied the -buggy with her father I. W. Stevens and when the train struck It she was thrown out sustaining injuries. She alleges in the petition that these in- juries leave her a cripple for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

IJ1-4 a. rsaAt jfp3 W ft"'fc" PS K Jlvt NEWS Grand Opera j I gSX'- AVIATION WEEK j j Selections from "Lohengrin3 "Madame Butterfly3 "Mignon3' and e'Traviata3 by the following artists: Gadski Farrar Melba Van Rooy DeLussan Scotti Plancon and Joumet. THURSDAY EVENING 7:30 QCLOCK VICTROLA CONCERT NOTE Bring: Your Request IVumlicr.s. W. G. Walz Company Music Room .- - - - - i j r"-.n ... Hard to Beat I Wit Hi j i ti 7 AND FRESH FIELD. GARDEN AM) FLOWER SEEDS CALL ON OR if SEETON & SOU THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS DEALERS IN HAY GRAIN FLOUR AND FEED W& W SB IBB .Kk. &1 W D AFtlO ND II Paso Trunk Factory S W1P0IXU $33SJH4Sa0ES BOYS S2.0B THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IH THE WORLD. "SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES." "I have worn W. L- Douglas shoes for the TJart six. yecrs and always find they are far superior to all other hlsn srrade shoes instyle comfort and durability." W. G. JCNE3. H9 Hcivard Ave.. Udca. N. Y. If I could take yea into my Issrgc fac- tories at Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

JLj JlIcL t 10 A. k giag?5MrfMMKggsjraEMini--j .-wa-j-j : m s i 1 TFb M r 1 w Ihe Deu6 VsOITEl COL. One Concern Closes Out Its Business and Declares the Tariff -Taxed Merchandise Can't Compete With the Smuggling. "Zona libre zona libre!" Again the infant industry of custom and x cursed. Juarez is crying for it "sia libre" free zone. But will they get it. Most everybody admits that the chances are very slender. It Is the closing out of one of the Mexican city's largest business con- cerns 'which has caused the new lire of the old cry. Now the doors r the Tnion Mercantile company are closed and the only wholesale grocery busi- ness in the city is extinct. Only one retail grocery -worthy of the name remains. It is pointed out witii evident logic that when the sale of necessities be- comes lax. the city is in a bad way 'indeed. When curio merchants can thrive at vending silver trinkets and a grocer .cannot sell ordinary food it Is Ugh time to half halt and ask "Oh whither are we driftin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD : 1 . . . otB n B B ' " ' " " "t r "Vfnn'c ftnlft'nro ?nr In T.arflfln TPTnS. I nm . n it a -m w a ypi MB f PIL which . to be ;Sili M II I UU's Shi- I W nf h S .H N tobdciffevye. ffri h ri hn l 1 1 o aJ r 2 1 i$2 V9 11 feS rango. Mr. nesse has also been appoint- SiiiViiiliLlliiiSiSiir Itla Onl 116551142 81 M So S 1 .liSiBBClll 2 31 11! ? i I 3 I i 2 3 3 i J i 3 3 3 . mmH llii I I fliB?S ed by the railroad company to make con- IfLHtiLiHfi Li fl 3 ILL B II 1 LFlUU 111 L.UiflL llfHSfiL UU!sUJLl6I . .. IILUUWLU J3S3t nfy II fli 111 1 1 H 1 ST!! 1 Q ntTTeDfedathat an effort wm be 5n0si 6 ! m u I 1 m Rl II H 1 1-8 1 H S f- HIi Hi H III" 1 1 1 u t VTT . t n r r 1 n I r H SIS 11 I r liS ft made to secure some 3000 laborers for 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 I I ! I 3 8 il I ! H S V IMIS H 3 I 0 S f H Press Bureau To Be Openea at Prescott 1 ll I L L M ! I I I III! Construction Camps For Railroad Extension Are Established. ' Tooreon. Feb. 22. The Business Men's league has solickcd fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE EL PASO HERALD Established April 1881. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption an4 uceeBsion The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Trlbuna. The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. KEOER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMEH. NEWSP. PUBIJSHERS' ASOQ Hstexed &t the 21 Pasu Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Hates. Dedicate t the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a chain plon and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Auto. f Business Office 115 111& Editorial Booms 2020 2020 ) Society Reporter 1019 L Advertising department 116 XSRAI.D TKLEPHOKSX. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DcSlT Herald per month 60c; per year 57. Weekly Herald per year 32. The Dally Herald Is delivered by carriers In El Paso East El Paso. Port 116 and Tokdc Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please slate 2x IsfjB communicati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

mmr The great Baking Powder raj Eji of the country Ira fjjjl used in millions of 111 Jl 1 homes never ! ll failed 111 f CRKAM V Baking Powder V I Received the highest award I 1 at Chicago World's Fair m BE. SCEUSTER TO BUILD NEW HOME Upson Avenue Eesidence of Spanish Design to Cost $12000. Spanish in general style Tvith -white walls and red tile roof is the residence vrhlch is being: planned by Trost & Trost for Dr. and ilrs. M. P. Schuster to be built on the corner of Upson avenue and Santa Fe street opposite the Providpnce hospital and the site for the new Scot- tish Rite cathedral. The house -which will be occupied by Dr. and Mrs. Schuster as a residence will have 10 rooms with Tvide porches in keeping with the general Spanish style. ATTENTION! Poultry Raisers weuKTcjnsLreceiTea. scons C WRSiA POULTRY FEEDS. Ca IfcXi I I i III Ml Hi ITtLJL PURINA POULTRY FEEDS m mam ea& aeois. Tey cental ycigiit. TJMceJfc(feh: ss fceratiiEttTTwieat Year !S willtkrive ansa tBs fee J -iiart...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

RHs 15 H A s r-t i:-; i3 jc -JJLd' JL Jr&.U CATTLE. HOCS. SIC. rOR SAIrB-IiCUSSS. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. HEM YOdGET TCUR WORK DONE COME HERE I HAVE A JOS FOR YOU ! WHY donT you SIT OWN AND REST'OU ffcEcP WANTING TO DO SOMETHING YOU MUSJ 1 NES&&US! J m mevep rTfNTEO WHEN rM IDLE! I SUP . POSE HL NEV -ER STOP WORK HN&T-ILL I JSfiV nate? mrsmr K-fi I -i i m tr Po-- - PKAC TKEM A VER HEJE.THEN' ; S'X . OVER THER.E. WILL HAV A FINE PATH! TM GLAD WE DID THIS TOD AX FOR. WE SH ONLY HAVE TO r H0-M1 v rt 1 C ff ts'MZfc t y fzL ' W oo rr ToMofucH VANYWA- 1 coPYfirt 19 Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices 1 Csit a Warl K Ad. Leas TiH 2&e LOSTFOUND. TAIvEX UP 1 stray Jersey cow. Call at 316 Tornlllo St. city. LOST French bull female -weighing about 16 pounds dark gray. Reward ?5 if returned to this office. IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It wiii be returned to you If an honest person finds it. Remarkable re- coveries ure brought about every day through ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

L PASO HERALD Too Late To A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies seat In care of The Herald office were awaiting: the following ad- vertisers this mornins. These replies should be called for not xater than one week after being bulle- tined: ' A. B. G. R 17 B. 50 V. ISO O N. O. Salesman G. 3200 3057 J E. A. 480 M. 156 3057 M. L. 77 O. S- 221 31EN WANTED QUICKLY by big Chi- cago Madl Order House to distribute catalogs advertise y$21 weekly; $50 ex- pense allowance. Manager 1224 State St Chicago. HOMES ON EASY PAY'MENTS. Why pay rent when you can buy homes for less than it will cost to build ind the lots given to you? 8 room house $150 cash balance $25 per month. Price $2600. 3 room modern and bath $100 cash balance $15 a month. $1G50. 5 room modern. $200 cash balance $25 per month. Price 2800. f room adobe house $100 cash bal- ance $15. Price is only $800. Yc have several more modern homes we will be pleased to show you and give you terms. Pence Bros. 217 Texas St. WILL TRADE FOR V. L. NOTES. One ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 22 February 1910

L PASO HERuAXD' 10 iTini nrr Cheese In Our Delicatessen Department ISTew York Cream Cheese per lb 25c Roquefort Cheese imported 65c Swiss Cheese imported 40c Brick Cheese 25c Camanbert Cheese each -" 40c Sap Sago Cheese each - 15c Parmessen Cheese bottles 25c and 35c McLaren's Imperial Cream I5c and 35c McLaren's Boquefort jars 25c Stilton Cheese jars 60c Neufehatel Cheese 10c Blue Label Cream Cheese 15c and 25c Pineapple Cheese 60c and 75c Edam Cheese imported . . . . $1.25 We keep our Cheese in ice cold refrigerators free from dust and flies always fresh and of highest quality. Home Made Cakes and Home Made Bread I Phone 15L 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. . CHASE & SANBORN'S r Vnl THE FINEST IS SOLD IN EL Jackson Grocery Co 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. I 1910. CHASE .111 TO H m s Laughs at the El Paso Theater Gome Tco Fast for Safety of Buttons P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 February 1910

EI Paso Texas Wednesday Evening February 23 1910-16 Pages For Children at Aviation Ex- hibit Thursday 3 sfit 2 B B 1 m& SB IH Ev Li : . i . . $ I I k 8 $ la f i H 5iii 11 I I I i IIil81lll!I Kb x 8 H Q u B " fj Xj C lbs I I 1 I J all LX I Vt n 9 1 1 iiLL liLny iliIU i nuuunsiy PHILADELPHIA IS SCENE OF LABOR STRIFE p Philadelphia. Pa. Feb. 23. Three dead and more than a thousand person injured Is the toll exacted by the reign of lawlessness In this city In the latt three days as a result of the strike of conductors and motormen of the Rapid Transit company. John Hough IS years old who was shot by a pollcema nwhile he was sto iiing a street ear died In a hospital this morning. HocrIi in an antemortcni statement said he was one of the organized gang of lf0 carpet mill employes who had agreed to attack the cars. Dynamite was used last night in the car l-arn In. the northeast section where 15 policemen were sleeping. Fortunately bo one was injured. ' - "SOLDIERS" HAVE GUNS TAKEN". Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 February 1910

f 5 (riBL & Jp See Special Window Displays titwmnimitmvMitUiivimwwmjaiitwm iBmmmmmmmBmW'Tr 1 y? b BATTLING- DANE GIVES UP CHAMPIONSHIP TO AD WOLGAST. Nelson Fights to a Finish However and Eefuses.to Sur- render Until Beaten Almo st to a Pulp Unable to Speak or See Is Gtefine to the Last and Betains His Friend's Though a Defeated Down- andout P ugilist. San Francisco CaL Feb. 23. "Begging to stay In the Ting after he had been whipped and beaten to a pulp Battling: Kelson proved his title as the gamest little fighting- man In the world Tues- day afternoon. It was the old old story. It was a good young man against a good old man and as It has always been since time began youth was the con- queror. Outfought outgeneraled his eyes and ears swollen 'until fee could neither see nor hear and could scarcely feel the shower of blows raining on his head and body. Kelson was game to the very last. "When Eddie Graney In whose hands the battler's fate rested WE QUOTE THE LOW- EST PIANO PRICES...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Tuesday February 22 1910 1 Prices on Jewelry Were Never More Reasonable Than they are today if you come here and consider the quality of the goods you buy. If yon wish high grade artis- tic jewelry hi charming new designs we shall be pleased to show you our large assortment. iSTo better values in watches diamonds and precious stones can be obtained than we are offering. All novelties in spring jewelry now be- ing shown at attractive prices. W. T. HIXSON CO. "The Girt House of the Southwest" SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOG r BATTLING NELSON IS WHIPPED BY WOLGftST RACING RESULTS. (Continued from Page Two.) that he was quickly dragged to his corner. GaA Challenges "Wolsast. BaItimorp. lid. Feb. 23. Joe Gans the former lightweight champion is- sued a challenge to Ad "Wolgast for a 20 round contest to be fought anywhere the champion wishes and under- any conditions he may suggest. Gans said he would go to New Torlc next week and post $1000 to bind the agreement if accepted an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 February 1910

EL HEBAIJJ . - " " - - " - Wednesday Feb. 23 1910. IP. ... 4s ill n trw issumia Company Stock Of Voe i Started Th Crowd is Morning With Bsg Stock is being sold at Public Auction. Select what you want and it will be sold to the highest bidder. S&IE A6AIN TOIIOHT kT 7 And Eaeh Day & lghf 10 a. m. 2 $ 7:30 p. m Uiitii Stock is SckS DON'T Rfliss It Upmmm WW llfflls? Auctioneer For t he distance as on the two previous flights I veered to the south of west dipped toward the earth started to rise again and then wheeled to the right went to- ward the ground and struck with con- i siderable force on the left side of the biplane. The force of the contact witn the ground smashed the left bicycle wheel on which the car runs before leaving the earth the tire was torn from the other one and. the machine quiered and then settled down on its left wing a helpless wreck. Hamilton said: Gust of Air Caucht Him. "A gust of air got me jist as I was ready to start up the second time after lowering...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD TTednesdavFeb. 23 1910. Count For Everything It's tlie wear you get for tlie price you pay tkat counts. f -00' I fe SHOES are tlie best footwear for you. So drop into our store for a pair loday. $350 Y&t ysS'i Her. TS.if M $500 ry i Rf gal Model J Quarter sizes enables us to fit you just ; little better. i! fi epilcei sane 'tallLM n - a .u. 11 215 El Paso St Agts. Regal Shoes Sleeplessness 3 kL v t s mskm VXI11P7 -Br results in debility lack of energy makes vou desoondent and nervous. No won- ! der ivhen you think how your ncrye ! force has been taxed beyond its limit you have worried until your digestion is I ruined and your whole system has bc- ! come deranged. These are times when ' the overwrought system needs assist- J ance. Saffy's Pare Matt Whiskey will bring you re- 1 freshing sleep and J 5'ou will become full ; 5ty It cures nerv-x ' ousness and mdiges- 1 tion gives power to I the brain strength j and elasticity to mus- cles and richness to the blood. If y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 23 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Wednesday Feb. 23 1910.. H PASO HERALD NCLE WALT'S ir g J New Ideas In Education b7 - Frederic' T. Ha3kin Strong Superintendency Urged; Scientific Agriculture Taught ZZZZZT J Denatured Poem Crta.bllshe6 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. tm ' XKMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AXD A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSGCX Entered &t the SI Pas Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicate to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. BelL Auto. f Business Office 115 111& I Editorial Rooms ....... 2020 2020 "I Society Reporter .......1019 Advertising department ....... 116 KEKALD TELEPHONES. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IHnr Herald per month 60c; per year 57. Weekly Herald per year ?2. The Bally Herald is de...

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