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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...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 PI...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 acc...

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. — 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 af...

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. — 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...

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. — 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 B...

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. — 23 February 1910

Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. Afosiui&iy M HE5 ACTi V kinsman gi EL PASO HERALD i Mining News of the Great Southwest E 1 M UN PLANNED FIR HIE LSBQRQ U . PU5HESWDRK MPS DISTRICT: MANY MINES ARE ACTIVE ST C1RTL1I ' Tennessee Mine Is Being Unwatered Many Im provements Made. Kingman, Ariz., Feb. 23. Up to the present time but little progress has been made in draining- the Tennessee mine, which has been the center of in terest in the county since its purchase by the Needles .Mining and Smelting company six weeks ago. Both a pump and a skip have been worked almost continuously since that time, but be cause of surface waters getting into the old stopes, some of which had been worked nearly to the surface, and also considerable caving in the shaft, only about 100 feet of the entire 600 feet o shaft are clear. The Tennessee ores, sulphides of lead, zinc and iron, are desirable as fluxing ores because of the last named metal, and it will furnish the bulk of iron for the company's enlarged sme...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

&ASO HERAL 8 Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. Many IPieajanf E,nJents In Club Circles Luncheons r Much O ih facial Gai HB BH t lBPlft PwMHkii Affi . . 1 MEN'S OXFORDS 1 " We are showing all the new styles of Men's Oxfords and Pumps in all leathers. There are some new and nobby lasts in low cut effects and button Oxfords. Ask the salesman to show them to you. Edwin Glapp Oxfords in calf and vici, dj ff black or tan $. x pOUU Edwin Olapp .Oxfords, patent leather, $7 Afl going at p i UU Our own Bench Made Special in all & K Afl leathers, going at pOUU The best Ooodyear'Welt Oxfords in any style or leather; as good as others sell. for. $5.00; d A ff our price PrUU .....$3.00 and $3.50 GREATER ! fTiiJr J GREATEST SHnr gtidc m 'GREATEST SHOE STORE, SHOE- ntiMPANY ss FITHfiR INVESTIGATES CLAIM OF SirRDERED SOX Roswell, X. M., Fet. 22. J. M. Ed wards, whose postoffice box is No. 4, R F. P., Stafford, Mo., has arrived here to investigate theclaim held by his son Bert O. Edwards, who he says...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

EL YTednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. 9 People 'Visiting El Paso and Ei Pasoans Out Of Town Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Coleman and fam ily left Saturday evening for Como, Miss., where they will spend the sum raei. Later they will go to California to reside several years, and perhaps permanently. Miss Ruth Coleman will be the guest of her cousin,, Miss Flor en -e Lehoer, at Little Rock, Ark., for a short time before going to Mississippi. Miss Lois Humirchuser, of Plymouth, Ind., will soon arrive in El Paso to spend the remainders of the winter as. the guest of Miss Pjearl Berkey. Miss Berkey will also have as her guest Miss Low rices on Children's r FH You 4 k Save .Money on Children's School Lute Foster, of Las CruS, for a short visit. Miss Emily Foster has as her guest Mrs. H. W. Galbraith, of Amarillo, Texas. Mrs. Galbraith formerly lived in El Paso, and .has here many friends. , Mrs. Frank L. Wlckham, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. T. H. Logan, left yesterday, accompanied by her...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 "Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. Fourthjllr ill I la m m m vk Hn H , Ej&lcilC LOOK r Mr. Ho Mr. I Mr. Capitalist B The Best Investment en Earth ES THE EARTH ITSELF Tht Bis! In visfmin! In the Best Earth in Ttxas Today is in - - - Christy Tract AND IN Christy Tract You Haws a Future It has the Location, the Soil, the Climate, the Water, Only 9 Miles East of Ei Paso on the Paved County Road, with Perpetual Water Rights from theSIephantBuiteBarn $50 An Acre Up EASY TERMS out an Hour of Your Time in Our flufometsHa Will Show You Austin Caples Bidg. n Offices In New Building S3 The floor plans of the modern fireproof building of the Amer ica:: National Bank arc now ready and offices may now be re served by making application at the bank. Tjhe American National Bank OF EL PASO iapital and Surplus $240,000.00. DIAMON Xovelized Iiy Frederick R. Toomlis. (Continued from Yesterday).. The juu;-v isMiuies showed but lit tle of the storm into which his emo tions had been plunged....

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. 11. IS THE STANDARD. OF MEASUREMENT IN THE 4 West Texas Undertaking That Has Shown Marvelous Results in a Year and Promises Even Greater Re sults in Near Future Electric Lights and Au tomobiles Where the Gattle Roamed 12 Months Ago and Less. (Continued from Page One. PASO HERALD If!! "w fmt. ffiSfilSfl For Your Choosing is the result of twenty years of real estate ex perience all bargains, and money makers. But the best results will not be gained by delay. See ns now today and let us explain more in de tail. Five business corners all close in, and prices are right from $6000 to $125,000. One corner priced for $40 per foot less than an offer refus ed one year ago niuch less than adjoining val ues. BUILDING- SITES Corner of Wyoming and Austin Sts ; paved on Wyoming, easy terms. 2300.00. Corner of Lee and Montana, 3 choiccflots; an ideal location; easy terms: for only $1700.00. On Xort& Kansas St., four full sized lots, 104x120 feet; terms to suit. $3800.0...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

IALD 12 Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. w a OSTEOPATHS. WANTED REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. E -ttt- -Ar -zr ; (T VISH I HAD SOME ICE CREM DOCTOR. YES. J k SEEM TO CRAVfi y"N J IS Cliings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices LOSTFOimD. I.OST Ae El Paso theater Saturday night, coral .spray shawl or veil pin, gold mounted Reward for return to G. A M-, Herald. IF YOU LOSE ANYTHINGJ advertise It fcera. It will be returned to you If an Siont person finds It. Remarkable re coveries are brought about every day through this columa. Help and Situations In and Around El Paso HELP WAlfTED MALE. WANTEDMEN TO LEARN BARBER grRDE Few weeks required. Splen did trade ror poor mssu Be your own boee. Can sfcart shop with small ca.pl isJor work $12 to ?20 weekly. Good demand for barber. Further lnfor mttoa free. Moler Barter College, Fit. "Worth, Tex. SALESMEN WANTED. We -want a number of good real es-atp- aalmen -who could be satisfied rtiii an Income of ?200 to 5500 a month. We nave a proposit...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

ERAIJ) "Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. 13 T8 lassiry One Cent a Word. Ad. Less Than 25c. Word, i nr ii r nn ri ! To Classify N'o Ad. Less Than 25c. r i oo iate to iiassiry i OO ,Lctt One Cent A ' FOR SALE 1 team of fine big- mares wc.ghing between 1300 and 1400. Ad dress E. L34. care Herald. rOK SALE CHEAP BY OWNER Beau t 'j! new 6 rooms pressed brick home. turning up to the minute, on 2 "south f - nt lots. $2000; easy terms. 1131 Arizona Phnno SSI'S - .a mru jmuii, uiHiuuiuI Jllii.ili.ci-. ev- - ..v..v .r.V. FOR SALE HiSAL ESTATE. BROADDUS & LEAVELL. 2IG 'JFexss St. Phone 153S. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. SPECIAL BARGAINS. HOCSES AND LOTS. 5 roam brick. 1100 block. Boulevard. south front, 750 cash, balance 1 and 4 years. 4-30. Terms. 5 room brick. Prospect Ave., 3 blocks from Carnegie library. $4200. Terms. Npw S room, 2 story, red pressed ii-ick. on 2 southeast corner lots; Ari zona St. S7K50. Terms. Elegant S room red pressed brick, 2 story; 2 blocks from library In the 500 block, Prosp...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

L PASO HERALD 14 Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. Many New Homes You don't expect to stay in El Paso any length of time just a year or two anc? then "move on'1 it doesn't make much difference where you live. But, if you are planning a permanent home where you expect to live out your life and your children after vou SlSO randview Being Built In UsSMMtf Xo , If East I i 'pWfftFTj UNUSUALLY yrpy j a np o A PTI VF IT ' ' KiTCKEri -jl ill JL & A m JL .& W A A W Ja 1 I j y BATH SaassJ LIVIM ROOM 1 JrnrdLLI eL ?? V 7 etm A V " T V 7 S IB Jia I fi m I E w fl. &' ' B a m. J? vv F M rf 8 ' DIMINS ROOM I 1 g BED aOOMt -m f J e-w 1 I "2owr:a J ' f' ffi ' TlgW W For o S $ S FLOOR. PLAH ' ' I Unusual Building Activity On These Desirable Lots. During the past few weeks work has begun on the erection of many homes and the remarkable feature about it is that a large percent of the homes are being built by people who are going to occupy them. This means what we have always said, that East El Pas...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD "Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. 15 THE FRED J.TELDMAN CO Announces an exhibition of Kodak Work to he held at the store corner Texas and Mesa Streets, February 18th, 19th, 21st and 22nd, and extends to you a cordial invitation to be present In the exhibit are several hundred enlarged prints of high pictorial quality, and there will be interest ing demonstrations by qualified representatives of the Eastman Kodak Company every afternoon and evening. I M liwerse ioufa Rates I i MEmk via flAl fin c nuur. mi . ym UlUDUjiivnu I" I lS f TO NSW YCBK WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA BALTIMORE GOING VIA HEW ORLEANS AND RETURNING VIA CHICAGO NEW YORK rates apply via New Orleans ana Steamer one way or both ways or all Rail going and returning. Remember the Sunset Route Operates the SUNSET EXPRESS From EL PASO With: Dining ana Library Observation Cars (Secona to None), First ana Second Clasc Sleeping Cars, Free Reclining Chair Cars, Oil Burning Locomotives; the only line using them. Tickets 'on ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 23 February 1910

IL PA SO HERALD 16 Wednesday, Feb. 23, 1910. Cheese List zzzzmzzz In Our Delicatessen Department RAILROAD NEWS. J j ' ' " I j COOK IS SAID TOi The Main Floor Special 0 1 Oil HP II Si I - fr"M'"f fl 8 I ll fi ft! ll HirkSlI !$TCSs4iJlKUi , ,. ! iiniiiiii in I " 7 " i lltsill r i " 1 TTL7 rl 3 f 'New York Cream Cheese, per b 25c Eoquef ort 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 15c and 35c McLaren's Eoquef ort, jars 25c Stilton Cheese, jars 69c ISTeuf ehatel 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 w'igm rLrnoroitieries vyofcii ra Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. CHASE & SANBORN'S Imeriean Railroad Man Ar riving Her...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 24 February 1910

El Paso, Texas, Tiiursdey Evening, February 24, 1910-12 Pages All the Xctts isrsid Prints St fir si Texan Is Wounded Commanding A Niearaguan Insurgent Band l an m . a- -Ik " J m While It's FrcKh. irrrJHL dttk M n"" JE mgL ii Irs tart i . . .. - . . RssaniFRiB s ?fc El Pasoans Pay Tribute to Charles K Hamilton as an Aviator Who Snows His Business Public Offi cials, Educators. Business Men, Professional Men and All Declare They Cannot Speak Too Highly o f His Flights. "You certainly adjourned court in a hurry to see the flying: machine," said ran Jackson to judge Harper Wednes day afternoon: -Well," replied the judge, "how could you hold court when a flying machine was flying about the city. I wanted to see it and I knew the jurymen did." Twice during the trial of Jesus Pe rez court adourned and the attorneys, court attendants and jurors went to the balconies to see the bird man pass. Men and women employed in the var ious offices left their desks to watch the graceful soaring of the ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 24 February 1910

DO YOU BET UP WITH k LAME BAGKP w ? Aft p p . : ...- $g Have You Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver or r Bladder Trouble? To Prove What Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Bemedy, Will Do For YQTT, All Our ' Readers May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free By Mail. Pain or dull ache in the hack is evi dence of kidney trouble. It is nature's timely warning- to show you that the track of health Is not clear. Danger Signals. If these danger signals are unheeded more serious results follow: Bright' s disease, -which is the -worst form of kid ney trouble, may steal upon you. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy is soon realized. It stands the highest for Its remarkable curative effect in the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine, .you should have the best. Lame Back. Lame back is only one of many symp toms of kidney trouble. Other symp toms showing that you need Swamp Root are, being obliged to pass water often during the day and t...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 24 February 1910

EL PASO HERAUQ ThursdayrFebruary 24, 1910 I I I On and after Monday, i I February 28th we wi! 1 be located in rooms I I 1 and 2, City Mat ionai 1 I Bank Building j: s : : 1 y ( I B I y !9HB9HHBIHi!HIHHHHHH '' p I I Hafton Realty Go. f PAYS FIXE IX COURT 1 AND IS RELEASED Christ Martin, convicted in the Juarez, Mexico, courts of malpractice at the Juarez track, has been released from the citl jail on -the payment of 100. Martin was convicted on the charge of influencing a ockey. Jay Cook, to use a goad in the end of his whip. The jockey1 1 was barred from the track. ALFALFA ASFD FSESH FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS CALL ON OR O. G. SEETON & SON. THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS DEALERS IN HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED need a tonic to make them strong. Do you? Food alone does not always bring strength. It re quires a medicine that will help the food, and that will itself act on the nerves and on the weakened fibres of the body and build up a proper feeling of health. What a marvelous feel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 24 February 1910

E"L PASO HERALD Thursday, February 24, 1910 Il " "H I Fn MFRlTORSInr , while at play nnilhl BS PI AriR Til i rK i Have You Attended The : MARflm mn P r Rl 0 i I P oscar-GroffordofTucumcari prr UAHT( 1 F-itf f IIH tf M M HI irWh il Misses Pole of Trapese. !! i g : 10Ai I m IliiMl,! A 112 m i m if! iirisiiLU I USB UL31UUU mm-oo ULL Hnmi L 8 Uli rWiW Mill B lis 111 11 IL ! I s xNotes. I friifeSrHNl II 1 1 Li 1 3 If 15 A H Il IS I Appointments Are Made for Dlmh f ir-, Feb "r,e Douglas Inventor Will Also pj$Ml - - Li' -, 1-.,- !-. i,l x, -- l-,- 3K '."HaM K - -& .LU.WWU. Of Vague Dry Goods Company St The only chance of a lifetime to select the goods you wish and pay your own price. This 8s How They Sold Yesterdays $7.50 Lapses' "Fine Bags Cfc1! soldfoT. . . . .;.: Jp JL JL & $3.1)0 AHoYer -Lace v ftp sold for ;,. ., 5r U $3.50 and $4.00 Queen , g -IP Quality Shoes sold for 3 JL m & $25.00 Ladies' Ea Dresses tit CI ft ft sold for ., 7 W $25.00 Men's Eine Suits flifi TFC sold f...

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