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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

MAKERS OF El PA50 1 5. J n. Junior mrratx-t of IV firm of Ktoekar.1 & f hurrh. prop i?ffiTIIlllHr!- mT.ity rrW i l"trftioBil Anto companr at 418 Tnu atrt. Kl Pa no la a I 1 IliiliiUJ 1 1 fTfits. . . .U Hft&fllL t JmW lw. hartac tm l.ort at Council Blrf. At a trndra Iw J&!MlSiiHMtBMIiS2&' mSfiRlUmLX. Jfc V Mum JJITU? ."'J71 Ion wi.xifb to arulrr tbr "ahow nw" habit. flBr VAWi inMb' .1 ?L f!? k oaa-.arrt wilt Mr dtottart l.la prnwat bnalnm. a.aoci:t. In AW tlfOvi UZt?' 4? A MrVnHl I JIB tmfiqmhl-.. d tu oi-r.ted on. la kl. life h. baa prarrd B HI F li y li ir r -SeSCSTCSfci M yg-ys .JiliTC- hta "' ' row.ii. Mr norch oin iB U!-s9v wPfw Ir jMwHSfflf 5arxri;n'- cborch u d h" lrrgfy-

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

I. " BRBIf K V I s I u rs "V f 1 JPago Jttorningtf irat WOMEN'S CLUBS POINTS OF INTEREST POLITICAL IISCELLANEOUS SECTION Q Paes 1 H EL PASO TEXAS 34TH YEAR. EL PASO WOMEN LEND MUCH HELP IN CITY BUILDING Their Organizations Are in First Rank of Boosters READY TO ENTERTAIN CONVENTION VISITORS AND PROMOTE FORWARD MOVEMENTS Woman's Club Formed Nineteen Years Ago Has the Lively Slogan "Keep Step the World is Moving" Young Women's Christian Association Owns Its Boarding t: Home and Lunch Rooms Besides Summer Cottage at Cloudcroft. far GRACE VIRGINIA LOGAN. II Paso's organisation of women no smoll part In the general up- t and advancement of the city. rt from the purely social clubs perhaps a hundred aaso- atlnns that have specific work out- ad for them and they attend to It There is no other city in the West Where the wives mother daughters and sweethearts of the men who ace In the midst of things are more ready to lend a hearty "boost" to public af- fairs than those who make their homes ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

V PACE 2 FX PA8Q MORNING TIMES. THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION - -in ' " " saw . Hogs Are a Sure Crop In the Healthy Rio (irande Valley n Cholera In IM Rsgldn films Brecrtera Pf if Ittcni Mtd ElMfTi State A If lfa Um Thine to nl-h Th-t hn0 csn ha mad to pay In tH valley ia hHni demonstrated he- yond doubt thl rnr by such men a Howard Fogg W B laitt m B. OOtetl B K. Boylnglnn Sack lt GHm and others who have gone In for hog ralalng nn fairly big scale Ml who are pursuing wh( mnv bo rtl"1 scientific methods Hog cholera la unknown In th Bin (Irand valley abova or balow CI Fliin and Ihla la onf big Item In th valley ho ralaara favor giving them an advantage nvar thoaa of lha corn halt of Iowa llllnola. Missouri or In dlana. whara hog cholera la a ecourg. Alfalfa la an Idaal food for hoc par tlcularly during lha growing period and alfalfa growa almost all lha yaar 'round In Ihla sectio. Pad with mllo malt. It make a fattening and fin- ishing ration that rannot ba surpassed ijr any of th...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

IVERSARY EDITION. Largest Cement Plant in the Southwest It pays to patronize home industry par- ticularly 'when home- made material is the best. The Cement turned out by our big Million Dollar Plant has been pronounced by Cement Experts to be of the Highest Quality. Sales Office Phone HALF OF THE (Continued from page 1 B.) Special warfare is made on fllee and their hiding place. Fly traps are placed at various places about the cimp and In thl way millions of Hies have been caught. ' Corrals are sprayed at regular in- tervals with a 10 per cent solution of carbolic aold a are other mal- odorous places. Stagnant water i float d over with orude oil. All pub- lic places are thoroughly screened. A commodious and well-equipped hospital take care of all sick and in- jured employes. Bach employs pays one dollar per month Into the hospital fund for which he la entitled to all hospital benefits. In this way. the hoepltal is practically self-supporting. There Is no doubt that the expense neces...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

TION. EI Paso Chamber of Commerce . Keeping Pace With Development Officials of El Paso County Trd nr-. dmlnletraiion If no nrsr irrtali-l ThoManmV of ynteansUc Publico Work CoimKiiwi of the hawibcr Ha Ivono Ills IDInga for A drawr r if ill of lhM II I It I aald with no Intent to dis- credit those who hav been active in It management In years gone by that til mB al th head of th rhimblf at rrnnimnt thla r her ba more artlva In amusing public rater- eat hi (hat bualneaa building Institu- tion than were their pradeteaaaor fur man iraara paM and thcv are suc- ceeding particularly In th matter nf Increaatng the membership of th or- ganlxatlon and In ratting money with which to word. Tn quote from a recently published blatorj of the organisation. Ihe El I'aan hainbr of commerce of today la the result of a meeting of twenty -three i.nwineaa men held In Emron kail February 1. M3. an organlta- tlon being form ad aa tha Kl I'aa board of trada which operated undar charter dated April 17. I Hal...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

("HAS. I.KAVK1.U T. N. DAVIS Las Cruces Water Users Are Going After Practical Farmers At the August Meeting Plans Were I -a Id for Kwurtnjt Option on Valley Lands In Thro- ItuiiicUs So T hut the Srwomn May Be Assured of a Square Deal. By R. E. BA8SKTT. 1 -Secretary of Immigration. A meeting of the board of director of th.' Water Users' Assoi latlon waa held Monday. Auguat II. to puah the plan for the publicity and immlgra- linn work to he carried on by this association thla fall and winter. Plan were completed for obtaining options on lands and locating agent or alea agent were selected. The landa under the project in New Mex- Ico were divided Into threa dlatrlrt and agent aalected to work each dis- trict The Hatch Kealty company located at Hatch N. M . composed of Dr. J. E Bonar arid J. H. Jone. were appointed agenta lor the north- ern dlatrlct M. B. Steven. Hugh Clary. Wm. Palmer Jr . and Kred 8. Hesa with office In lax Orucea. were appointed agenta for the central dla- trlrt. and...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. Ct PA OF R El Paso's Waterworks and Fire Department Assets of Great Worth The lnj of Impnr W.irr For Hnnsettoid 1rr ami Lack f QimniMi for Fire lighting Hut lionf. cver to KWft and Lower Ilfatrance Run Follow Bl run ha a waterworks plant wnnil to nnm In Tessa or In ths Honthwut. either aa lo quantity or iuat1t of wi r furnished and a Ore department that ranks with tha boat In any city of lla atae In the country both aa to equipment and efficiency. Aa la usually tha ease average ettl- aens taka little tngnlaance of those or any other departments of rlty govern- mant that play ihelr parts wall. Were they open to criticism notice would ha taken In md measure. Time waa whan water had to ha taken fsom tha old Watta wall and hrn there ware hundreds or at leaat worn nf stagnant "daad anda" In lha water main aervlce. Then there wrra epidemics nf typhoid whleh rauaad water uaera to alt up and take nntlre. Mow there I no old Watta well I...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

BL PASO MORNING TTM LIVE WIRES FOR GREATER EL PASO naaaananwa 1 1 a-- . . 1 . jrnMBMWMWBHWWBWMBMMWWWBHWMWMBr- . i jj " . Moore Iron & Wire Works Ornamental Iron and Wire Bank flxtiires (WIN. Iron and Wire Window Guards Iron and Wire Fences Elevator Caes and Enclosures. Work of Every Discription PHONE 5615 Spiral Stairs Fire Es- capes Flat Wire Work Structural Steel and Cast Iron of every description. FOP A I ITOVtriFUl PC We Make the Best Portable Fire Proof i vry vJ 1 UITIUDILCO steel Oarages at the LOWEST PRICES Office and Works: 511-513 West San Antonio Street ELECTRIC MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES i i When jrnn ire In the mrVt tor alertrtr machinery ak ui fur eel Imalee. V are ent for the laraeat manufacturer and ean make prompt deliveries from our PII Paao Mock upon ihnri Both. ELECTRIC STORAGE BATTERY PLANTS Rewinding and Repairing Wa era prepa red to furnlah you eomplata atorar battery llRhtlna plant for vnur eunurhan homo your dairy or factory. ahopa are equipped to do your wor...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

PAGE R EL PASO M NIVF.RSARY ' ' ' I PRETTY PENNANTS FOR EVERYBODY Given Away Each Week By The Morning Times UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS COMES THIS WEEK r 36 Itches 15 Inches Design W Wide Last Week Yale Clip the Coupon in This Ad Week Beford Texas THE most fascinating fad of collecting Pennants encourages adornment of the home and The Times offers an opportunity to make a fine collection. Thousands of people can beautify the bedroom sitting room or "den" with a variety of pretty Pennants Representing the States and the Big Colleges of the Country. "NEARLY EVERYBODY'S DOIN' IT" THE Pennants distributed by the Times are not to be confused with "seconds" or imperfect banners that are sometimes given out by irresponsible concerns. The Times Pennants are the Real Article usually retailed for 75c in Novelty stores. Every Wejtk a Different Pennant Will Be Given. Did you see the Yale Pennant last week? These Pennants Can Be Secured Only With a Coupon From The El Paso Morning Times onTo I PENNANT CO...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

mm mm 1 ill V If MAKER5 QFtFfflSQ an a - - FRANK R. TOBIN Bora in M Uth 1972 Kraut a ToMa. areil known font ml nvtaf. iler. peut hta.. boy hood day. la tar Miaannri aaetronolta After conanlattaf mm mb ib am kf- llwil r' hU edacatlon he earned ta the teal eatate arraper ta thai city that ta uwaed bj an lndiridaal. It stractnre known aa the "Tubla Building Caaatea; ta El Paaa ta nam. he a salte of off ha. been one of tee ItTe aire." of the rity lie la a an.gT.aafn h.i.t- aeaa Man and ha dose aoy-h to adTaaee the Utereata af the Paaa Ctty Mr Tabiu W. dteptayed atork ciyle prMe la layrai ..at the rarloaa addition! wbick baa been largely ivopoaalbb- for the aaany beaattfol iiaad.nilal aeettoaa. Mr Tobin opened Tobta'a Waahinrta Park addition. Tobia'a 4eriad Wui tartoa Park addition. Tubia a Orrkard Park addition and Toblaa Fourth ad- dition. T'jeae properties are all near Waaklasloa Park. Be a loo laid ait the town of Tnhln ua the aoothweetera railroad. Clawme Park audlTialon. ... laleta...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

l'MAKERS OF EPSS JAMES W. STOCKARD J""" mjriard. aeakv af the nnn of St.- krl Church p...rKrt.H tW totyiljliMl At rwauaay. M fc T afreet. Kl I'mo! .V" to lord.. Ijter the lure of the South Irinnlnl hln t a il nmo-d la the earth; bnlm Purnln th ao Tkw.ifc.llWJ id tateraat with tbA-.ttie tr.de he retired kid u other line. II for 7fn ru t hotel to hieh J. t.. im . at.nte .ad .. an. Wbr. it he .me apparent that the ahort Hoe froa B l.ae or rhicm u3 .ad KaZaaa Str .SajS aad whar Para. Vill a4t t tar or wj of T..rTwToo the Fl 117 j.'1.?"".' n.!TrhyhuJed .a.STS B -Lienor ered the l.tefTeula 110 .Ike het.ee. Roawell aad TorrSc In fronTfoar to boara. Whoa the Saat i T halU the Belea eat-off V.oahn w rn.de the Haetla. W the H..L PV aad the fUU-e.ter. .a " To" a a4e the raOarar tonataaa of the KaaeU .ato at.ee tlx The dlat.are .ad ra.aio Maw ara. Uthtl lea. thao the 9 road to TorrloV. 3

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

MAKER5 01 ..i.i. .h.. CI I'iinn mnHH. UnkalnaT HUMT l IN (WW r.i upon Ue icrmsinic of the Rio Urande "Her and ha made bia mart He la a he atartcd in Immediately with tit Kl Pans Piano nmU. accepting the modwrt atlpeud of 39 per month. HU rtee In the hanlnaaa hM i haa JfMj. la 10(14 he became partner and in WW the tale owner In Sit hs pvrcnneed k .i..n n.rt -rf the t.n.ln.n. of the W (1. Wnia company (ad l the uat rear erected hit awn building on ha lote at the comer ot . Myrtle andCainp hell atreetn. SUirui for "Principle wto. ibe "on price kJ "j"?" aaa lwny been occraafaL Us aurted the new Tear bj tncorporatiag the iTrl'- under the lawa .f Taa with a capital Thin a to carry out two Idea a. On for e.paunloa and the other ti permit employes to hat opportunity of owning atock la the company. A feature of the bnalaaaa la the aperfalty la orckwatrns of the automata type as are found in moat of our photoplay bonaea aad places of amaiisarar. Mr. Scbota in a "Ht ana." .1 r.-t-n.-.! AW ' ;S...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

MMER5 OF El-R&gQ f FELIX MARTINEZ ?SW U7 U vm a ivmbF oT.iT i L mnmm at Miguel eoontj VI l77li ' ( k.o 00 t0 h NHil Democratic cobtmHo. m Nil. jfi

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

1 INDUSTRIAL JOBBING SECTION E-Pagcs 1-8. THE CHIEF MANUFACTURING El Paso Always Will Lead as a Place for Factories ALREADY SHIPPING ITS PRODUCTS INTO THE OLDER STATES OF THE WEST A Hundred Articles of Daily Consumption Are Made Here by as Many Plants Job- bers of City Command Immense T cade A Small Army of Salesmen Carry El Paso's Message Out Into Neighboring Territory. By GEORGE H. CldSMKNTH. Thnt El Paso In destined to be a (Trent manufacturing a wall as Job- bing i enter must be patent to any one who will study the map of the Southwest and take Into considera- tion Its location from a geographical Iolnt of view. Denver Is 900 miles to (ho northward; Dallas. Fort Worth ami Hsn Antonio are more than 609 miles to the eastward; Chihuahua is nearly 100 miles to the southward and sa a Jobbing and manufacturing rival Is a negligible quantity any way; Los Angeles Is 800 miles to the westward. This leaves El Paso the chief city of a territory tributary to It greater than that tributary t...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

PACE t Bt PASO MORNING tIME8. THIRT Y-THTRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION n pssxv. rrto WTAar. sjtattox. wrfwi ptowi i it i i in rijtxk in MiiiM nintniKo wow bttanr. El Paso's Gigantic Smelter Is Ore Market of the Southwest Km a Capacity of 45000 Tons Per M onth and la Kept Hirndiir Running r omening the Miners' shipments Into fJoM Silver and Copper Roi- Uoa for Eastern Halo. By Lk H. DAVIS. Th El Paan smelting work la the largest custom smeltery In the South- west and the hit-feet Industrial plant In the state of Texas. Established about the year ISM when El Peso was a mere vlllace. as far as populn- tlon and manufacturing; were con- cerned It has grown almost unher- alded to Its present iri proportions. It at once established El Paao as the Southwestern mining canter and market of the entire Southwest for the lead and allver ores not only of Arizona and New Mexico but also of northern Mexico. Millions and mm tona of dollars worth of ore has been marketed at this plant and many million dolla...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. El Paso Has An Investment oF Two Million Dollars In Autos Licensed Cars Number 1300 Besides 300 MotorcyclesDealers Have $350000 Worth of 1914 Models Standing on the Floor for the Inspection of Purchasers Roads in the Southwest Are Ideal. BT B. B. CAOni.K. With the 1.J00 automobile licensed In Kl Paso local autolsts have 12.000- nftn Invested The total amount spent for the upkeep and now mnrhln.-s during the pest year sacked $1000- unn For tire alone Kl Paso auto ""'" expended nearly $J800. Io- a ! rs who have now received their 1 1 4 model ran have !R.000 Invested in the machines thai are standing In their (tarragon and sales- rooms. Indlrailon for the coming season nre very encouraging and local deal- ' rs say that nil previous Kalen records will be shattered. Tha IS 1 4 season han started off with ft whirl and a Meat many machinal have already been dlapoaed of. Every known make of car adaptad for western use machine that can...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

E PAGE 4 Links of Steel Connect El Paso With All Centers of Commerce ox. I Wrvfil hx l:lght HaHron.!-. SI rf panto. Upend .MM.0M Hirr Every Year tailor Mvertlalng Mappo! Out t.onaina hark In I ha El Paso of thlrtv five yewre ago one flnda a little hamlet along lha hanka of tha wind- ing Bin tlrande with wagon trails leading from Kansas I'lty on the east. was hf(ir Mi. railroada alerted to stretch ant Ilk ft spider's wrh to the Pacific through the Hnulhweet. Pony unr'n furnlahed tha mall eervloe from Kanaaa City and tha Mnnt.i Pa nn lha north and from lha aaat In Ihoaa daya. The a peed with Pacific onset rltlaa on tha weal Thai which lha rtdara nt tha Indian pony Ailing People! Where Thousands Have Been Cured Is the Best Place For You to Go. A rea-nrd of over alvty-flvr hundred patient- without the lore! In dealt) of a sinulo dm viitli raw falliu-re and llttla If any dlunnilarx'iloii la Mimcthlng In ho prrmil of. II rnrnnii that n at lewat deal fairly with Ihoaa who pi a -r i-onf Iri...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

ASO MORNING TIMES. THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY KDTTTON. Use Globe Mills Flour and Help the Grow Globe Flour Mills of the El Paso Grain and Milling Co. El Paso In What Other Section Are You A FAB ILiJi o 3& NCE upon a Time because of its fine Location in a Fertile Valley a Settle- ment sprang up. Water was plentiful and as Years went by the Valley blos- somed like the Rose. The Fame of its Vineyards crossed the Deserts Set- tlers came; Everyone was prosperous; Life was pleasant. No Community enjoyed greater prosperity. Finally the great Railroads looking for the best Crossing over the Mountains in their Western March of Progress chose the little Village for their Terminals. A resting Plaoe as it were on the long Trans-Continental Jour- ney. Abundance of Mineral was discovered in the Mountains of the new Country and the Railroads built Branches to the great mining Centers. On account of the heavy Drains on the River made by the People of the Country North of the Valley the Vineyards ...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

E PAGE El Paso Best Paved City Not Only in the State of Texas But in the Southwest The Above Statement Is Based Not Only Upon What Trav- elers Say But Upon Mileage in Proportion to Population First I "mln In 1904. The first pavement' was put down In M Paso In 1(0 and totaled it. BOO square yards. That was seven years ago. Today there are 140636 square yards of paved streets In the city equivalent to JO. 7 milts of 30-foot roadway and. so far as Texas cities are concerned has only been exceeded by Fort Worth with 17.1 miles and by Dalles with 3S.1 miles. The pavement laid In Kl Paso by years. Is as follows: 190S 21600 square yards i;'"7 11313 square yards KOI Is. 71 square yards 10 1(1701 square yards 110 71167 square yards Itll 41737 square yards 1(11 40.(01 square yards 1(11 to data ((.(33 square yards Total since paving began 440.626 or as stated above 30.7 miles of 0-foot roadway. What Bltullthlc Company Has Done. ' This refers only to pavement put down by the Texas Bltultthlo co...

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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. Soldier-Priest Who Died That Mexicans Might Have Peace ' 7 of Us Padre ogDotarea Oesrtleet of Mm With HI. rW Hat Full MUHaat nr.- in Aram Against Um Oprt uti of HI t'onatry. "pposit the government palace in the city or Chihuahua Mexloo. there i "Ul "unnr "' known th llldslgo. A monument In th middle of th plan. brons ttue of baldheaded man put mid- dle age. standing on top of a brons Pillar high up where th rly light of dan strikes It weathered brown urfare It la a pleascnt llttl plar. th rinxa Hidalgo a green breathing pm In th heart of th cltjr and It 1 has a history atuchd to It. For It was here that th priest Hidalgo father of Mexican liberty was taken out aarly one July morning mor than a hundred year ago and shot to death by soldiers who wer In th Py of Spain. On the other aid of th atreet rrom the same government palace a formal building of European aspect there atanda an old brown towr of Mob Hidalgo's towr. A eturdy u...

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