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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

FX PASO MORNING TIMES THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION The Muncie Oil Engine on "Rid Hadlock's arm AGE 8 by 1 1 1 w n. davir. WISH that every farmer in ihe Rio Grafide valley every hnme- I steader in the great inter-mountain valleys of the high plateau region east and west of this valley Mich as thoee of the Animas the Playa. the Mimhre and the San Simon under which are vast bodies of subterranean water at shallow depths could go down as I did last week to K. j!lial lock's beautiful farm just below Washing- ton Park only four miles below the city of l-'.l Paso and sec what his wonderful pumping plant consisting of a Muncie Oil Engine and a vertical water-balance centrifugal pump. ha done for the past month and is now doing. I am sure it would be a revelation to each and every one of them for they would see a scries of tracts or small larms aggregating about fioo acres of cultivated land covered lux- uriantly with all manner of vegetable and cereal growth absolutely saved from utter ...

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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

AGRICULTURAL RECLAMATION SECTION F Pages 1-8. SLEEPING LAND WILL WAKE AT WATER'S Gigantic Elephant Butte Project Is Soon to Be a Reality EL PASO'S PERSISTENT PROMOTERS OF GREAT RECLAMATION WORK REAP THEIR REWARD Successful Construction of Greatest Dam and Reservoir on the Continent Shows the In- telligence and Energy of the Men of the Government Service Who Change Earth's Face That Thousands May Live in Plenty. By GEORGE H. CLEMENTS. When the great valleys tributary to the Rio Grande lying In Colorado and northern New Mexico began to be cultivated the water In the lower river began to fail and the greater the acreage Irrigated to the north- ward the greater the failure tn those cultivated sections between Las Cru- ces. N. M. and Fort Hancock. Texas. This happened 30 to 25 years ago. At that time the greater part of the valley lying between El Paso and the "Island" waa under cultivation. There were flour mills at Tsleta and San Ellsarlo to grind the wheat grown; there were a number o...

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

EL PASO MOR.MO TIMES THIRT V-THIRP ANNIVERSARY EDITION. r The Proposed El Paso Uniosi Stock Yards """"""" HHHBHHMBHIHBiHHIBHHHBM iBBHTflBB 'HHBBHiHIHIHiHIB iHV fliHHnHBHHIHHHIHHV imHiHiHi THE EL PASO BELT RAILWAY THE EL PASO PACKING COMPANY OHflH " 'irHii ' 'gaBx--BT?' aaaffiC-' ' THE CAMERON CATTLE COMPANY PHONE 2647 310-11-12 TRUST BLDG. EL PASO TEXAS LARGEST IMPORTERS OF MEXICAN CATTLE IN THE WORLD Only Mexican Cattle Handled Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded No Cattle Handled on Commission Cattle Sold to Reliable People on Credit JOHN T. CAMERON President end Generel Manager A. S. HOWREN Vice-President L. S. DAVIS Secretery-Treesui e f ALSO OPERATES: Southwestern Stock Yards AND Southern Stock Yards AT EL PASO TEXAS El Paso Needs Modern Facilities For Handling Livestock Business Local Cattlemen Assisted by Eastern Capitalists Plan Erection of Immense Union Stock Yards and Killing Plant At a Point in Southern Part of the City Will Reform Old Style of Marketing and Feeding...

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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

MORNING TIMES. THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION People of El Paso and Valley Realize Importance of Good Roads W.J.COX&CO. Dealer ia Cattle and Ranches We are the largest handlers of cattle in the Southwest Write us what cattle you have for sale. Write us if you wish to buy cattle. We can supply you with any class cattle desired. Write us if you wish to buy a ranch. 106 TEXAS ST. Phone 118 EI Pao Tena P. O. Box 208 Why He Haled the Ptegana. There Is a reason for everything. But It Is sometimes hard to guess. Louis E. Van Norman associate editor of the Review of Reviews has lust returned from his vacation In the Glacier National park In Mon- tana. Out there he discovered an old-timer who was particularly bit- ter toward the Plegan Indians. "I like the Sioux and the Apaches and the Crows" said this old man. beating violently on the table. "Them Indians are gentlemen. When they went on the warpath they always took their blnnkets off and all you had to do was run and hide. But the Pi...

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

3E 4 FX PASO M0KNT1 :rsary How the Question of the "Bancos" in the Rio Grande Has Been Decided Looking Downstream Those on the Right Side of the Deepest Channel Belong to Mex- ico and Those on the Left Are in the United States Papers by Max Weber and Mrs. Burleson. Kl Pun la rapeda ih Inlereetea In the hnuniary between the United Mate -l Mexico Aiconllni to popular rnnrepllnn the l.oiinrtarr la lh mlddla of th channel of the river hut the middle ot the river haa nevar hern deflnod to a point where the average layman could poa- aihly know where he "waa at " If la Important Net now when tha Blaphant Hntt dean la approaching completion that ownera of landa ahut- tlna upon the river from Kl Paaq aoulh know whetbar or not their landa are In the United Ntatea or whether they are under the Jurladlr- Hon of the refnx.lta of Mexico. The International houndarr com- mlaalon la doing the heat It ran to settle thla Important fuetlj. hut la handle ppnl M the migratory nature of the Rio Orande bet...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

RD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. How the Question of "Banco" In Rio Grande Was Decided ( ontlnuad Frem Fege roar.) lasting benefit to the people of the t two nations Mm. RurtaioM' t'ontrlhtatloa. In this Mine connection and along practically the Rem lino Mrs Albert S. Burleson wife of the present post- master general of the United Rtatee. In a recent laaua of the National Oeo- graphln Magazine writes under the caption. 'Wandering islands of the Rio Grande" which Is of interest to owners of lands along that migratory stream between HI Peso and Horns. Tea. up to which point Jurisdiction as between the 1'nlted Rtatee and Mexico has been settled by the boun- dsry commission. Mrs Burleson says: "t 'ntnftiV or "Banooa." "The migratory habits of certain small bodies of land Inhabiting the Rio Orande and known as "ciuoffs." or "bancoa" hare baan the occasion of protracted diplomatic correspend- ance and discussion between the l.'nlted states and Mem. o. "Their refusal to remain perma- nently attache...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

DO IT ELECTRICALLY In every home and at every place of business you will find some use is made of electricity. The convenience and ease of operation of electrical devices make them essential to the comfort of the home while the saving of time and labor is the economical feature of electrically driven apparatus for commercial use. That the cost of electricity is steadily decreasing is shown by the following facts. What a Cent's Worth of Electricity Will Do It will operate a 12-inch fan for 2 hours. It will operate a sewing-machine motor for 2 hours. It will keep a 6-pound flatiron hot for 15 minutes. It will make four cups of coffee in an electric coffee percolator. It will keep an 8-inch disk stove hot for 8 minutes. It will operate a luminous radiator for 8 minutes. It will operate the nursery milk warmer twice. It will bake a Welsh rarebit in an electric chafing dish. It will keep a heating pad hot for 2 hours. It will operate an electric griddle for 8 minutes. It will run the ele...

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

ES THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. Alfalfa and Cantaloupes Bring Riches to the Great Pecos Valley . i Beatdea Important Dltati Mm the Shallow PmvilC Well. Am Furnishing Life (II rin. Maid In Abnwtanr Tyfc BiMl rema Are Crater Jr frussjsscas IUMN Thto hunn. Ity I! It. MARK KV Mom in-ir nan ago Irrigation wu started in the Pecos and Toyah rel- ly hy stockmen who at that time had practically th whole country at their command and With tha Mail- can fa mill who at that time war doing the work for the tookmen. they began Irrigating on a vary amall oal and soma of those same mon ran hardly believe what they aaa with their own even at thla time. Mnnv million of dollar are being spent each rear by the United Jtate Reclamation Service rcclelmlns; thousand of acrea of land that waa at one time coneldered worthleaa and the United fltate government through Ita renowned civil engineer and noted horticulturist. I devoting time and money to thla work and It should be a great stimulant to the litt...

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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES. THIRTY THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. B ' aT mS Lkfl j tM - - Bs9eHisBBBLBflH3 IflMfB jVJBp HH is?! m sH e3aS " ff"BM5l LfivHVrs -. IHHHHHIHHBilHH THE HOME OF SQUARE DEAL BREAD THE above picture shows an excellent view of the Famous Champion Bread Making Machinery with which our bakery is equipped the only machinery of its kind in the Southwest the use of which makes possible the high quality of our products. In our big sanitary bakery the mixing moulding and -handling of the dough is all performed by these automatic machines. This insures absolute cleanliness and each loaf comes from the ovens crisp brown and nutritious uniform both as to size and quality and is delivered to you sealed in waxed paper the very highest product of the baker's art. For almost thirty years the Belgian Bakery has been famous for the quality and goodness of its products and today we are better equipped than ever before to "keep the quality up." Dealers in the the territory adjacent to E...

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Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

THIRTY THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION f 1 f a$0 tt0rning Qiimtg REAL ESTATE CITY DEVELOPMENT HISTORICAL SOCIAL LIFE Pages 1-8. EL PASO. T 34TH YKAR. DREAMS OF EL PASO'S FOUNDERS HAVE COME TRUE From a Hamlet to a Modern City in Space of Thirty Years REMARKABLE UPSPRINGING OF THE CENTER OF THINGS ON THE MEXICAN FRONTIER Since the Advent of the Railroads in the Eighties the -Growth of the Pass City Has Been Marvelous Buildings at the Rate of Above $3000000 a Year Assessed Val- uation in City and County Totals $46000000. From a pony express station with 190 population where mall dis- tributed to the pioneers of iti.it vast area stretching on the west to the winding Colorado.'on the eaat to Fort Worth and Ban Antonto on the north to Hants F and Kansas City and on the south to the Interior of Mex- ico. El Paso has. within n 'period of thirty-five years developed to a eHjr Of more than 60000. Where adobe huts anil small shacks stood In the early days modern skyscraper bank- ing; Institution apa...

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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

AGE 2 EL PASO MORNING TIMES. THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION Island Will Attract Its Share When Settlers Flow This Way Ar ivnofl .cre of rahlr on.! Dnynr. Will he Monghi by (Mtrftr lew era! " GEORGE H ri.EMKNTI. Yatr ago tfore the completion of the paved county road hrtwwn Bl Pawn n.! Port Hancock that section af Texas lying south of ih Rio Grand oppoalte Kabena known aa tha 'Island.' i- a i m: ui "tTltlm Thole"- -the "end nf the earth." It wa an unknown land except to tho fa who lived upon It and to anoth- er few who. in season. Journeyed to It ' to kill quail or duck Today thank to the road which have been laid. It l regsrded aa nnt of tha mom favored spots In the Itlo Grsnde Vallay l.ctween the Klephant Butta darn and Fort Hancock which I the southernmost limit of the Klephant Butte project. Tha "Island" has about 15.000 acres of arable and Irritable land While It lie upon I he aouth bank nf the Rio Grande It la (till In the Veiled Htatee belnt one of the "Banrna" which the Inte...

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Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

C PAC BACK TO AN EMPIRE? I M FT ICO TO M A KKPHKW OF MAXIMILIAN. IT IB HAHft. An Ktimy on ISM War rW4ama. Where Oaitine. Widow nf the 111 - Eatnd iriinn. Urea. aL PASO MORNING TIM IS. THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION 'From tM Oalsr.1 Inquirer) That the empire at the lll-fateel Mexlmllleo win he restored In Mai- ler within the next Jwo year a the only solution nf the difficulties Into whth revolution have thrown the southern republic wu the statement nf lienor Ftltpe Mmdim. exllew M fir king of the Isthmus of T'haitnte- V' at the Hotel Oakland recently. Mf ndoaa Say ha la leaving- for Bat- grade where the widow of Maximil- ian. Curlotts la confined In one of th royal palar.ee of her brother sur- rounded by the little court of ladle In waiting and chamberlains who have remained true to her elnre the e.terntltin of her husband nd tha overthrow of the first empire. NccWs a Royal Heir. The former Mexican sugar king aald he la a commissioned representa- tive gathering nf Imelneea and prof...

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Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

r PACK 4 FX PASO MOPNTNO TTMW THIRTY-THIRD AMNIVER8ARY EPITIOW. - - 1 1 1 -1 11 1 . jlL L- . . 1 1 1 " ft w . V J y.i I a I 7 . ! X -' ir PROSPERITY-OPPORTUNITY Prosperity Presents Opportunity m a m It is the consensus of opinion that this country will experience during the new few years the most prosperous era in its history. DO YOU REALIZE WHAT THAT MEANS IN THE WAY OF OPPORTUNITY IN THE FIELD OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT? It means that a few hundred dollars carefully invested in real estate now will to say the least insure any man a comfortable old age; a good steady income in his declining years. Now is the time to lay your fortune's cornerstone while realty values are low. Your opportunity is here in GOVERNMENT HILL It will grow and expand all through your lifetime. THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER LAND CROP. We advise you to get your slice of the earth In Government Hill Addition where values are very low today. Government Hill has all the natural advantages. Located in the direct lin...

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Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

EL PASO MOFNTMG TIMES. THIRTY THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION C PAGE 5 City Schools of El Paso Rank Among the Best in the Nation An Investment of $682000 Is the Grand Total of the Thirteen Buildings Equipped Scholars Attending Schools Are 8000 Year's Education Cost $30 Per Pupil- Proposed New High School Will Cost $840000. Whll ths Mat of Txas rsnks far lewn In the lint fmm an educational standpoint El Pao '-omagra favor- ahly with all la1lng cltlas nf th sniintry In this rsspprt and ta rat- tn advance of ths majority having a Imli-.i population. Ths High school ranks third In tha niimhtr of credits rrlvd from the nnlvrlt and the students graduating; are prepared to entor prartloallv all the universities and colleges of the Pnlted Stntes The Pa City haa twelve puhlto school building and a High srhool. The arhool property haa a total value mm follow: Real eatate 9Xm.41t.4S; building. 374.7fi2.3 equipment tit II. making a grand total of till. 10. 02 Invested In tha vartoua departmenta. Near...

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Page 76 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

C PAGE RL PASO MORNING TIMES THIRTY THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. 1 ' u n Pioneer Marble & Granite Works We Make a Specialty of Fine Marble and Granite Work Monuments and Tomb Stones of All Descriptions Prompt Service All Work Guaranteed JOS. B. WALLER PROPRIETOR Shops Concordia Cemetery The First Settlers Came to El Paso Valley 375 Years All BIH hy In Talea of Rich Cimmim FtoatKtod Thin VHw IN Y l.fltMtlnn Itegan Vim the Town Was Ni Ago W1on and Mild lHwlr MfMnWh M Mn4m Qrawtk and ml DO IEAP TIMES WANT ADS BY B . CADDL.K R..rin tol'1 bjr Ik Indian al- fmrird the first explorer and set- tler to ihf Kin O'and miII-v ITt '-r H;n XorlW about a Immitlfnl. mild innd. with groat minor I r ouro verdsnt prairies and valley and plrturesqiis mountain Ihmnili whlrh ilrrami o( oold clear water flowed There hava Heen many rhantrr ln Alvar Nana Cafewaa da Vara and hi flpanlah explorer In 1114 msrrhed through Ran Ausjiistln paa to py oat ttea Indian' para dlse. But there la muoh that oan navar ha...

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Page 77 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

CITY PROPERTY "The City of Churches" Has a Million Dollars Invested Forty Organisation. Representing All Creed and IacnoniiruitlQns. Supply- ing the Spiritual Want of the Growing ' Metrnpoll Increased Attendance- at Service Shows That CltUena Have Time for Worship. With forty church of all creeds and denomination representing a totl Investment of nearly 11.000.000. Bl Paso I M.-n termed the "CUr" of Churchee." It I the most pronil- nt religious .enter In the entire Southwest. Co-operation of the pas. tor of the different denomination ha accomplished a great good for the spiritual welfre of the Paae City. Statistics furnished by the local church show that a large percent- age of the eltlaena of the city are churchgoer and attend service reg- ularly. The over-increasing attend- ance denote a contrast from the wild ' 1 Paso of frontier day. Accord- ing to the population of thi city the ehun h attendance and church build- ings compare favorably with any city In the at. where civilisatio...

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Page 78 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

EL PASO MORNING TIMES THIRT Y THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. Property That Is Near to the Business District Will Never Decrease in Value Ar.F. a COTTON ADDITION IS IN THE CENTER El Paso It Built Aruad Cotton Addition Now Is the Time to Buy While Choice Lots Remain From Which to Select Many Home Sites That Are Most Desirable and Lots That Can be Had Suitable for Manufacturing Plants It Pays to Investigate This Property COTTON ADDITION IS IN THE CENTER 1 El Pmm Is Built Around Cotton Addition of Your Money Could Not be Better Taken Care Than Invested In COTTON ADDITION LOTS This Addition Has ILvery Inducement and Every Assurance TKat Goes to Make the Investment Safe No location in the Southwest can equal Cotton Addition factory site or manufacturing location. Many of these lots are directly on the railroads and afford excellent facilities for shipping for warehouses or wholesale business. Many of the larger plants of the city have already moved to Cotton Addition. Less than ten minutes wa...

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Page 79 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

THIRTY THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION f 1 ? ag0 JHornine (fhnt'sf MINING ARIZONA TEXAS NEW MEXICO MEXICO SECTION IV-Pages 1-8. EL PASO TEXAS n4TII YE R. SPENDING MILLIONS OPENING MINES OF SOUTHWEST Good Prices for Copper Gold and Silver Stimulate Big Operators GIGANTIC UNDERTAKINGS ARE UNDERWA V FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ORE RESERVES Reduction Mills and Smelters Are Going Up in All Directions From El Paso to Treat the Mineral That Has Been Overlooked in Former Years In Arizona Alone $18000000 Has Been Spent During the Year. By I. H. DAVIS. There nave been big strides In min- ing development. Improvements and production In the Southwest the past year In nearly every direction from Rl Paso excepting In the northeastern states of Mexico. Great smelting plants and concentrating mills and cyanide mills and power plants and hoisting works have been and are be- in constructed In the wonderful min- ing camps of Arlaona and also In New Mexico and West Texas as well aa In Honors Mexico. In Arlxona alone ...

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Page 80 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

D PAGE 2 EL PASO MORNINO TIMES THreTY-THIRD ANNIVER8ARY EDITION Spending Millions (CnntlnuM rmwi Pace One! I KM - m. .... ... 1 1 i p sprinkled with fin Bold. (Jampl r from tht bottom af ft five foot hnl I ran XI. I ounce tr. .1.1 and ( ounrM ml n1 another ran H mmm sold and right v cent copper par ton. It Is Mid that ih old Hlllshnrn Can. olldatM Mining company la plannlnf to start operating: attain after year of Idleness Ther. I fifty -ton mill an. I t omplats pumping and hn latin eutp mnt on lh mlnr Th main shaft It fast deep and several thousand fart of nrtlni In th mine. f)tia sl.o.it of or thraa ft wide on th 100-foot level r-ma Its r' ld par ton. and th rr large dump containing thouaanda of tons r said to SS g ld par ton and running from II It Ion. It Is plannad " imarous alltnaa 11 and It par put tn a ryanlda Plant to traat that lot gradt Tho 111 I. IKnatr Kl.trl.t Near Salt .. a. ftr miles watt of Palomaa Springs In lha Black rang nnrthwert of Elephant Butt dam tha discover...

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Page 81 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Morning Times — 24 August 1913

D PA El Paso Capital and Vim Evident in Jarilla District Shoota of t.old-t onper-lmti On Am Mif rnmnrnt Bead IImLi I I at the raying Flfim Redaction Ptant In w Cftanp Win InaMlkMr OmtMl Rl( Traiwp. ELASO MORNING TIMES THIRTY-THIRD ANNIVERSARY EDITION. Among all the mlniiur districts la the southwest In the territory trthu- ory to El Paao none has come with- in the paet year quite en unexpectedly and prominently Into the limelight as a field of renewed activity and productiveness of (old and copper aa the Jarilla mountain fifty mlTea over the El Paso Southwestern railroad north of th it of El Paao. The.- mountain rlee like an Inland .from the platna and are In Otero monty. K. M. The village of Oro- grnnde la the neirest railroad atatlnn. three mllea dlatant. Alraady thara are four or five mlnea shipping fold and copper ora to the El Paao smel- ter and another la shipping Iron ora to the Pueblo. Colo- at eel works to he rollowed ahortly by another. Ten rr.ontha ;. only one rain waa sh...

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