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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday February 24 1910 11. 1 oo Late 1 A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care of The Herald office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this morning. These replies should bo called for not later than one -week after beiny bulls- ticed: G. N. O. Owner 115 H. Governess H. C Salesman J. E. R. 99 J. E. R. 3010 M. L 353 31. 155 3057 V. ISO 221 W. B. 50 X. 272 C. L H. Cepho 37 FEET TV. MISSOURI ST. On high terrace nearly opposite Ca- ples residence just next to Masonic corner. Can sell at very reasonable price if taken at once. Remember this is block from library park. Fisk Trust Building. $T00 C3.SH BUYS BUSINESS "Which nets. 550 profit a mo. No rent. No canvassing. Requires about 1 hours t-me daily. R. L B. Herald. FOR RENT A dandy new 4 room brick block from car line In High- land Park. $15 if taken quick. HAWKINS BROS. SNAP! SNAP! SNAP! Here is a sure enough bargain; new C room bungalow large front room mission finish old style stone fireplace French windows bro...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 24 February 1910

12. Thursday February 24 1910 ortm 022 r FES SALE Cheese List In Our Delicatessen Department ISFew York Creani Cheese per lb. 25c Roquefort Cheese imported '. 65c Swiss Cheese imported 40c Brick Cheese 25c Caniaiibert Cheese each . . .- 40c Sap Sago Cheese each 15c Parmessen Cheese bottles -. . . . .25c and 35c McLaren's Imperial Cream. ..:..".. .15c and 35c McLaren's Roquefort jars ? 25c Stilton Cheese jars ' ...... .60c Xeuf chatel Cheese 10c Blue Label Cream Cheese : 15c and 25c Pineapple Cheese .v -.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. i! Home Made Cakes and Home Made Bread Phone 151. 210-212 CHASE & SANBORN'S 9p!l&is5feJYliitlw SI THE FINEST IS SOLD IN EL Jackson Grocery Co. We do not supply this famous brand of ours to am' other dealer. You can only be' sure of receiving "SEAL BRAND" genuine and fresh by buying it at their store. Feb. 1 1910. CHASE Ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

U Paso Texas friday Evening February 25710-12 Pages AH the Xews He raid Prints It first While It's Fresh. . . . . . FNyTIONIli 1THE HAMILTON BIPLANE U L II U fi I I U ill fiL fe :r.$:M 1 1 in n b it f Vi Nervy Little Aviator Circles the Track Twice Dips Glides and Sails. EXHIBITION A SIAHVELOTJS Bemonstrates His Perfect Control of the Heavier Than Air Machine. Dipping gliding darting at the grandstand like a wild duck that had wandered into town and was bewil- dered by its strange surroundings yet in full control of its wing power. Charles K. Hamilton won his right to the title of man bird again Thursday afternoon at Washington Park. More sensational even than the thrill- ing exhibition given Wednesday Haro- kon had the crowd cheering each time he shot across the sky the wind whip- ping hs baggy suit about his frail frame the giant machine of silk and soruce under the perfect control of the master mind at the wheel. Before a fair sized crowd the avia- tor made two sensational flight...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

11 s &3 c mil n fj M7v-W k I Jill Sa "We have decided that each Saturday we will offer customers something entirely out of the ordinary as regards values. Par tomorrow we have selected HOSE. $1.50 SILK HOSE $1-00 PER PATH (Limit 3 pair to a customer) A new shipment of 25 dozen Pure Silk Hoae in black tan and fnrvy is featured for tomorrow. They (have lisle soles and 7-inch garter tops and are a- regular $1.50 quality. Extra. & -fl AA Special for Saturday per pair $ A JJ WOMEN'S "WUNDERHOSE" I "R0CKW00D" HOSE (1 box to a customer) "Rockrwood" Hose are guaranteed for 6 -months. Gome in black and tan 6 5air to a box. Regular price is $1.50; on sale to- dj f morrow per box P I. JL O CHILDREN'S "WUNDERHOSE" We are closing out the children's line of "Wunderhose" so make no limit. Children's Wunderhose in black and tan 4 pair to uhe box sell regularly at $1.00- OA On sale tomorrow OvC mw&m See the Windows Eli PASO'S" OXLY EXCLUSIVE IVRECKED AUTOMOBILE IS BROUGHT TO CITY Occupan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

L BO HERAJLD Friday February 2o 1910. n. Dly Lull lid! fi iitli vaCIiv dllU Retail Grocery Store for I Paso and the Great Southwest THE FRATvTKTrft- BEOS. GROCERY GO. AJSTD THE STA2SDAKD GROCERY CO. HAVE COMBINED ' AM) SECURED THE LARGE BUILDING AT 208 210 AND 212 ST. LOUIS -ST. FOR THEIR NEWBIG-TTH0LES4LE AND RETAIL GROCERY STORE. H. W. BROWDER DIES AT SAN ANTONIO Managed the Angehis Hotel in El Paso for Two Years. San Antonio Tex. Feb. 25. H. TV. Browder until recently manager of the Hot Wells hotel in this city and known all over the state died at the Physi- cians' & Surgeons hospital after a brief illness from typhoid fever and other complications. He was 51 years of age- and is survived by his widow and his mother the latter liying in Aus- tin. Eleven year? ago he was manager of the Menger hotel in thib city and since then he was manager of the Brazos hotel in Houston and also of the Logan. In 1903 and 1904 he was manager of the Angelus hotel of El Paso ana rrom 1304 to 190...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

Friday February 25 1910. Can You Afford to Viiss flie COMPANY STOCK 8 IOU ausia Select What Want and Buy at r- o" iseii Selected and Sold Fa 3-Saies Dai 10 a. m. 2 and 7:30 p. m. IS Col. Will H. Jones Auctioneer For the Orsdifors TRAVELING El f&SOAHS May find the El Paso Herald on sale at any of the following places: NETW XORK Imperial Hotel News stand; Arthur Hotallns No. 1 Park How; Broadway and 33d street; Broad-"" way and 42d slreet. 1409 Broadway. TTASHINGTOr. . C. The Raleigh and the Ebbltt; Columbia News Agency and Nahl News Agency. CHICAGO Auditorium Great North- ern News stands. Queen City News stands and Empire News stands. PHHJLDEKPHIA The Bellevueu Penn News Co. 833 Pearce St. PITTSBURG PA. The Lincoln aci the Schenley Parle. BUFFALO. N. Y. The Iroquois. ST. LOUIS Planters Southern a3 Jefferson Hotel News stands. KANSAS CITY MO. The Yama News Co. Hotel Baltimore News stand Coates House News stand. ST. PAUL MINN. The Hotel Ryan. 2ENNEAPOLIS MINN. The West hoteL DENVER...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD Fridav. Fcbruarr 23. 1910. - -- Today's News of the Great Southwest sf HijfVlA Money Best Meat Too SPECIAL SALE FOR SATURDAY ONLY Saturday we will give another special sale and every housewife should take advantage of the special prices on this day. The quality will be up to our standard which insures you of the freshest choicest and most tender meats. You will not appreciate these prices until you see the meat. If you cannot visit the store telephone your orders. Chuck Roast an extra special Saturday for only Q ner lb OC Chuck Steak it's extra nice and will be on sale for ey per lb V..s OC Corned Beef nothing as nice ever sold in the city 1 A per lb 1UC Mutton Stew the kind the whole family will eatj rj per lb - C Rump Roast on special sale Saturday r only per lb " JLwC Stetter & Schneider (WITH JACKSON Phones: Bell 14: Auto 1014. M FIR THE MISSIONARY Will Open Saturday Night and Continue Through Sunday Evening. The program for the Laymen's Mis- sionary gathering...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 6 Friday February 25 1910. EL PASO HERALD Btttbllabed April 1SSL The EI Paso Herald. Includes also by absorption aa succession. The Dally News The Telegraph. The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser The Independent The Journal The Republican The Bulletin. kS3(BER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AHER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOQ atered at the SI Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. 2elc.te4 to the service of the people that no pood cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. i .Business unioe Business Offloa KKRAX'O TKLBFHOJCKS. i x.a.iz.oriB.1 xioouia . 1 Society Reiorter Advertising' department 114 - TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. lny Herald per month 60c; per year 57. Weekly Herald per year ?. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers In El Paso East El Paso Fort Wilms and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring: the address on his paper changed -will please stata kt fejc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

0 HERALD Friday February 25 1910. -.ty -(f-.''- JLJjJf'm Noah Was the Foon He Forsrot.to Leave Indi O.JLI3 JL gestion A 1! isrs soore People in consequence have ever since been victims of lard-cooked food and indigestion. Lard-soaked food is not fit for human stomachs because lard is made from greasy indigestible hog fat and is bound sooner or later to make trouble for your inner machinery. Cottolene is the only rational national shortening. It is a pure vegetable product ind its source (the cotton fields of the Sunny South) is in striking contrast to the source of lard and there is just as much difference in the healthfulness of the two products as in their sources. Cottolene makes food that any stomach can digest palatable nutritious and healthful. If American housewives but knew the superiority of Cottolene over lard both from a practical and health standpoint lard would never again enter any well-regulated kitchen. (Continued from Page One.) to delay his second flight until 4:29...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 8 Friday February 25 1910. Ardoin's Sales ATURDAY SPECIALS A'doin's Sales Our sales are always hummers. WHY'? Because Ardoin's Meats are recognized as the FIST FED BEEF offered for sale in the Southwest. Because on these SPECIAL SALES you can buy this choice leat at prices that you pay for the common ordinary Meats which vou find at " any old market." LEABEES SATURDAY Ardoin's Celebrated Rolled Roast only Legs of Mutton 'alfalfa fed" Corned Beef. only 12'2C c EXTRA SPECIAL Yard Eggs per ?K dozen m e-J O Sunny Side Special Butter per lb 3$ C Trime Rib Roast bones out and rolled from corn fed 5 !"& beef '. feUC Shoulder Steaks corn fi fed beef only 1UC Our special Smoked " A f Tongues each TT C FRUITS .AJtfD VEGETABLES Qui- Vegetables and Fruits have attracted more attention the 'last few months than any other store in the city. WHY? Because we have such a demand our stock is continually arriving thus giving to the people fresh supplies daily. Endive 5c "bunch 3 for...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

L PASO HERALD Fridav. February 25. 1910. Details For Constructing Candle Shades Any one who can do fancy work will find this pretty candle shade with its Inlet motifs of transparent embroidery by no means diffipult to make and it will repay any trouble that may be ex- pended upon it The materials required for each shade are eight pieces of Bristol board cut to the shape of diagram No. 1 and two pieces of shape of diagram No. 2 with about a quarter of a yard of white or pale colored chiffon and two yards of j satin bebe ribbon. The correct measure- J ment of each side piece is six inches at the bottom three inches across the top i v ?! t i zT " """"" """ . j and part of lot 17. block 21 Mills map; csrimated cost 36000. BirthK. i To Mr. and Mrs. Hermion Hernandez 1111 South Santa Fe street girl. Feb. J 22 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Geronimo Ramirez Stevens street. Concordia boy. Feb. 22 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Reyes 916 7th street boy. Feb. 20. 1910. Licensed to "Wed. J. Henry Withold...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

;rald 10 Fridav Februarv 25. 1910 'ASO WELL1L I Mmw I JMM TONT BOTHER I OSS M BUSINESS IS I -V l wiVrl J THE RfllSEl ' SO YOUL HAVE TO Vw 5 V YOU PROMISED WAIT a UTTLE WHIL8 j sKJk f"". I HE UfiST V ---FOR YOUR fjjtigk (JS : WEU I'LL WAIT ft ) j CS!WOTl9ifc-tfmEWY-mEYEH6TaE ChiiLgs Lost and Found; Personals and" Public Notices l CKt Wori Se Ad. Lewi TSfaa -5c LOST FOUND. T 0T Brindle bulldog with white face. Return to 1015 2? Stanton and receive reward. LOST Blue wiS toJwe Sfpindlr Mesa restaurant on Stanton st- Finaer phone Bell 966. LOST Between Angelus hotel and keno at Juarez about the last of January KOld chain bracelet large square clasp wl letter M. on IL $20 SJr" uable to owner as keepsake. Mrs. .vloor- mku Baldwin Sanitarium. Phone lolb. LOST 6 pointed star pin. Kappa Delta j PL J. Q- snarpe engni Reward. . P. O. Box S26. El Paso. IK YOU LOSE ANYTHING adverxlse it here. It wiii be returned to you If an honest person finds It. Remarkable re- coveries re brought about every d...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

L PASO HERALD Fridav Februarv 25 1910. 11. Too Late To Classify Onp Cent a Word Too Late to Classify No Ad. Less Than 25c. A SPRING POB3I. "S new houses" not this time. One lucky cuss saw a rhyme; 7 new houses wihy not also be blessed $500 cash and we will do the rest. 7 new houses and building more. Large rooms and windows closets ga- lore; 7 new houses where main streets lead $500 cash and you get your deed. The Great Texas Realty Co. i Trust Building. AN HONEST PROPOSITION. 5250 capital will establish a lady or gentleman in a )roiined and paying business. $325 stock and furnishings on hand; ofOce newly furnished in a modern building; fully equipped for business. Must sell by Saturday. Call mornings. 116 E. Franklin St. room 1. FOR RENT 3 nice large unfurnished rooms and hall private toilet and bath water furnished for $15 per month. Inquire 1116 San Antonio St. NEW BUNGALOW ON CORNER $5750. Only 2 blocks from high school walking distance of business section; 5 large rooms and bas...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 25 February 1910

12 Friday February 25 1910 Cheese List In Our Delicatessen Department New York Creain Cheese per lb .25c Eoquefort Cheese imported 65c Swiss Cheese imported 40e Brick Cheese .' 25c Canumbert Cheese each 40c Sap Sago Cheese each : 15c Parmessen Cheese bottles 25c and 35c McLaren's Imperial Cream 15c and 35c McLaren's Eoquefort jars 25c Stilton Cheese jars 69c Neufchatel Cheese : 10c Blue Label Cream Cheese .'. . -15c and 25c Pineapple Cheese. . .- .6Gc 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 RsaVflfinlQ j Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. jjil . $ .- .... . . . . . . X AMUSEMENT BOMTA'S BUNCH; it ehouid. De can en uuBiiaoui- lesquere" for it is a burlesque company and rather a clever one in certain par- ticulars. But the name it sails under Is not an attractive one for drawing ah audience; the people -were afraid there would be a scorpion som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

El Paso Texas Saturday Evening February 281910--26Pages AH the News HerafdPrintsItFirst While It' Fresa. RAILROADS ELEANOR ROBSON MARRIES BELMONT HWESTERN FLuUDS GIVE PREVENTED FROM MOVING . Seattle Wnh. Feb. 2C Eighteen inchei of damp snow fell In the Cascade mountains lat night. The Northern Pacific It. keeping it tracks open with difficulty by sending a rotary ahesd of each train. The Great Northern may he out of business for a week as the track is buried for miles and that road is using tfcc Celmnbia river route. The aiiUvaukee road has given up the fight until the storm ceases. A light rain Is falling In the Puget Wound country but there Is not much danger from floods. UnlluL. Hi uILll IiI LL JmLLU II ARREST STRIKE i COURT Wife Plays Wedding March After Husband's Death; Grand Jury Indicts Her. DOCTOR UNDER ARREST ALSO Kirksville- Mo. Feb. 26. Mrs. Alma Proctor Vaughn was- arrested this morning on a warrant charging her with the murder of her husband Prof. John T. Vausrhn. Later...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

HESAIiO ON SALE EC IAS C5UJCES JT. M. Fnufc A. Eirrrley Ageaf opposite yeotoftlce. Dally Herald 01 sale T7 ! Cracee Draff Ct Camozie'i Jie?va Stax4 IJsJL Spring 11 V Only Four Weeks Away ILLA VALLEY if n Jqsa The earliness of Easter this year le.ads lis to forcibly remind you that your Easter needs should be supplied at once and here. The coming week we make an advance display of garments and accessories especially suit- able for Easter. This will be by far the most complete showing of ready-to-wear garments and dress accessories to be seen in El Paso. It is impossible to describe in detajl what comprises the showing but we believe the follow- ing brief outline will give you a fair idea. In tailored Suits the white serges and white striped effects will find favor and these will be shown next week in an unusually large range of styles. Suits of panamas wide wales and Erench serges will be found iu the advance Easter display in black and all the spring colors in plain and shadow strip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

3 Toilet Articles Hair Goods To match all colors of hair and reasonably priced. Coronet Braids $1.50 to $3.00 Switches $2.00 to $5.98 "Janes" $3.50 Small Turbans 25c Hair Bolls 40c and 50c Braid Pins A variety of styles in imitation shell and amber plain gold and silver inlaid and jeweled 25c "to $3.50. BARRETTES Plain and fancy styles 65c to $6.00. HAT PINS Fancy jeweled 25c to $3.00. hk a "little less" you can supply yourself with toilet necessities of high quality. 25c Tooth Brushes 10c 35c Xail Brushes 12c Sheffield's Dentifrice 17c Yiolette Nail Bleach 16c Eleto Toilet Water 27c Colgate's Shaving Soap 4c Colgate's Palm ToHet Soap 4c Good Hair Brush . 10c Woodbury's Face Powder 17c Lambert's Listerine 17c Judge Lea Has a Bunch of Fine Specimens in Po- lice Court. EL PASO HERALD o m TORUN SD LAZARUS COT HIS LIBERTY A m i : 1 ' - i I I N K2 I t r S Out StOfC k Dress Trimmings THE correctness of the trimjmnfl is essential to the satisfaction you'll have in the Easter gown. The newe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

ASO HERALD I If You Are Interested in the Future of EI Paso RF.AD THIS AND ACT NO n aa t mbbssi cb - . - - 18 i F Is 56 " ' ' K jg Bp' e urv uooas " M II V OKU Company Stock . Continues Monday and Next Week The good merchandise is being selected and sold fast at your own price. DON'T DELAY DON'T WAI T. Gome today before the good goods are all sold. Clothing Specials at Tonight's Three Sales Daily 10 a. m 2 and 7:30 p. m. Until Stock Is Sold CIH Col. Will H. Jones ' Auctioneer for the Creditors mi I Chihuahua Mex. - Western Union Code I L . Krakauer Lork at M I Cristaleria s 9 . an ' ' i 1 H I ( 9 I ' i ' ' El Paso Tex. Hardware Ranch and Mining Supplies EL PASO TEXAS February 15 1910 T0 WHOM IT MAY COEFGEENf . "We tlie undersigned liaVe had under investigation forborne time the proposed organization at El Paso Texas or a company purpose of writing life and Accident Insurance. . Erom our investigation we have reached the conclusion that there is a splendid opportunity for the profita...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

X EL- PASO gEBALD In nl'n am iiBS TDAuri ro nice - Tfa V99U vvMW fui oi I HILLL iJlLy - Style Don't Count For Everything It's the wear you get for the price you pay that counts. REGAL SHOES are the beat footwear for you. So drop into our store for a pair tedcy. $350 $400 $500 Here is -a Smart Heg&I Model Quarter sizes enables us to fit you just a little better. LERNER SHOE CO. 215 EI Paso St. Agts. Regal Shoes f MR. C W. GLENN Discuss Grazing in Forest Reserve New -Buildings For Magdalena. 3asdalena X- 3L Feb. 26. Stockmen of this section met at the Becker-Mae-tavish hall recently 'with supervisor of forests VT- H. Goddard and held a meet- ing in regard to the grazing permits in th tiational forests for the ensuinc Tear. Over 200 catfcje and sheep men attended J this caucus and. all ousmess pertaining to the grazing was looked into by the fore?t department. One of the most im- portant changes that has come up this vear is an addition of more than 1000- 000 acres to the Datill fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

i EJL PASO HERALD tablihed April. 1381. The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption aa4 seB8lon Tie Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribuna. Tke Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser The Independent Tha Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. KJBXBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. NEWJ5P. PUBLISHERS ASHOO Kmterod at the Si Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Hates. X41ct4 t the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a ch&m icn and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Business Ofl?lo ... Editorial Booms .. Society Reporter . KKXAZ.D ITKLXPHOXKS. Advertising department TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. BfcSljr Herald per month 60c; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year 52. The Daily Herald Is delivered by carriers in El Paso East El Paao Port 1Q Ice and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will please sfAte Jk hSs communication both the old and the new address. COMPIiAINTS. Bsbsoribers fail...

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