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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

V - EL PASO HERALD i7 ni m -!- in ipiiMMWH if i fin BHiiiiiii lHHfirywiy3BHBff c iOO La assiry One Cent a Word. No Ad. Less Than 25 c. I Our Complete Stock of Builder's & Shelf Hardware 1 chambermaid WANTED Position by young man -well acquainted in city competent for store office shipping clerk and traveling best of references: salary no object a. start. Write 24 Herald. "WANTED L.oan on valley land well improved fine stand alfalfa perfect t'tle- Address Loan care Herald. WANTED Horse and buggy for its feed or -will buy if a bargain. H. J. Collins. THE GOTJETS S4tli DISTRICT. J. R. Ilarpcr. Presiding. John Henry Watson negro burglary sentenced to serve two years in peni- tentiary. R. W. Johnson attempting to pass a forged Instrument found guilty and sentenced to serve two years in peni- tentiary. 41st DISTRICT. E. S. Newman vs. Frank Spence; suit to try title: on trial. Held Bros. vs. tx. E. Martinez et als suit on debt and foreclosure; filed. LIQUOR DEALERS FINED FOR SELLING TO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

8 ' vsiiairri 0 t- -i V7 ie iLna or uur ureatest -:-.- 0 MMt O. & L. Specials . ' ffi'-JeJ si'SMX If? r2'JmA'''' 3 B The Only "Authentic Display of 1910 Spring Millinery lii saying "auiihentic" tv mean just vrhat the word conveys. It may be possible for you to find in El Paso a few hats that are '-authentic." but when it comes to a multitude of "authentic' 1910 spring millinery it is only here that you can find it. Our display next week embraces selections from the largest and most beautiful collection of tailored semi-dress and dress ihats you can find in El Paso. In addition you will see for the first time in El Paso a showing of Parisian .pattern hats- Selecied By An Expert 3fiss Garske who has been in the East for the past six weeks and. has just returned selected our spring stock of millinery. Gifted with a naturally artistic taste combined -with experience she places at the selection of our patrons millinery that cannot be duplicated. i Beautiful Materials In addition to m...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

t X IK Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pcges 13 14 and 15. Donations Enable Y. W. C. A. to Add Another Story to Proposed Home. CONTRACT TO BE LET S003ST Through the generosity of Miss M I B. Barrow of New York and the El Paso friends of the institution the Y. TT. C A. has found it possible to add another floor to the boarding home for the girls and business women of the city a campaign for which has been in progress during the past month. Miss Barrow has .written to the Young Women's association unsolicited to the effect that she has $1200 which she has set aside for this worthy cause This amount together with the sub- scriptions which have been received during the past week has increased the amount of the boarding home fund t6 $12700 and Insures sufficient funds for adding another floor to the plan of the home. This will make the "building three Ktories above the ground 'with an Eng- lish dining room with the servants' qaurters laundry etc in the basement. T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

KL PASO HERALD 10 . I The Heart of the Land 1 I of Plenty is 1 I A 11 PI I ft Tr if l! K BHMI H 3 Miles East of EI Pas on the Pawed County Boa YOU WILL FIND AT CHRISTY TRACT many superior qualities of soil and advantages that are taken into serious consideration by the expert and experienced irrigation farmers. YOU WILL FIND AT CHRISTY TRACT farmers of this class rho have selected farms for these very reasons. YOU WILL FIND AT CHRISTY TRACT a soil and climate that by intelligent labor will net the farmer $200 to $800 per acre each year. YOU WILL FIND AT CHRISTY TRACT that you can earn more money on 10 acres of land with correspondingly less physical labor than you can earn on 100 acres of the dry fanning land of the northern and middle western states. . J YOU WILL FIND AT CHRISTY TRACT a never ending and bounteous supply of the silt-laden Kio Grande water for your farm from the Elephant Butte dam. ; "CHRISTY TRACT PROVES. IT ".every day in the year to people who wil linvestigate for...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

11 You Will Find Us Located In Our New Home ity National Bank Bldg. Instead of 224 Mesa avenue where we have been located-for many months. Our new location is more desirable very convenient and we know that our patrons and friends will find us better prepared to serve them. The new location i the most centrally located building in the city has every modern convenience and we trust that you will call on us soon. L PASO HERALD Hi . Rooms 1 and 2 C Policy of This Company It is with pride and pleasure we again tell you of the policr of this company and we are confident that there are hundreds of our patrons who will testify that "Hatton never attempts to sell a piece of prop- erty that he would not buy himself ; that when Hatton represents a farm to have such andnsuch good features and such and such bad ones that you will invariably find it just as Hatton says; that Hatton al- ways gives the other fellow a chance to make a dollar as well as for himself.5' Misrepresenting property is som...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 3IIX1KTG " ' XEWS. MIN'IX GXEWS. t ere 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 bo gained by delay. See us now todajjj-and let us explain more in de- tail. Five business corners J all close in and prices are light from $6000 to $125000. One comer priced for $40 per foot less than an offer refus- ed one year ago inueh 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 choice lots; an ideal location; easy terms: for only 1700.00. On North Kansas St. four full sized lots 104x120 eet; terms to suit 3800.00. A true snap East El Paso lots in block 60 each 225.00. East El Paso lots' in block 77 225-00 any terms. On Texas street four lots make your own terms 2800.00. On Texas street. Cotton addition 3 full dots 2200.0d--aboufc 200 less- than similar property; terms to suit. IMPEOVEB PR...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

HERALD 13 Too Late Tq Classify Too Late t 1 o Classify One Cent a Word. Less Than 25c. ord. No Ado Less Than 25c. EL PAi o Classify UUP LiCllv One Cent A' W WE CAN GET YOU QUICK Results if the price Is right List your property at once- McKenncy Realty Co. Room 3. Buckler Block. LIST YOUR PROPERTY with McKcnncj1 Realty Co. Room 9. Buckler Block. $ FOR SALE. Mundy Ave. an elegant 6 room red pressed brick (house well arranged and tnoroughly modern and all improve- ments already made; street paved etc. ttc. Price is right Let us show you. "Wyoming St. 5 rooms south front. on terrace; paving: in and all paid. ?2750 $1250 cash balance easy. Boulevard 5 rooms south front de- sirable location; paving; in and paid. A bargain. - East El Paso East front 4 .room r-ouse; small cash patyment and easy terms. Grand View 2 corner south front lts. 5 room lhouse: good place to raise chickens. Price low and easy terms. Altura Park Substantial 4 room red brick house on 2 full lots fenced sheds and all f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

14 BmiBmT ftn Molt Stm a Jjf CowmX I NoU T&KrlTHini&LPTt- lysuhuX F(Sh) (yAY) ( (ylHfJ30Arr ) Snow9 - -second ;j IWNAJJj dVfe LDDKj J8& CfyjWfT 1309. r THE NEW T8HC Chings Lost and Pound; Personals and Public Notices 1 Ct a Wert K A. JJowe Tfeaaafec. LOST FOTTND. LOST Between Angelus hotel and keno at Juarez about the last of January sold chain bracelet large square clasp with letter M. on it $20 reward. Val- uable to owner as keepsake. Mrs. Moor- man Baldwin Sanitarium. Phone 1616. LOST-Open faced silver watch Colum- bia Tuesday Washington Park. Be- ward. C. E. M Herald. LOST 6 pointed star pin Kappa TeUa PL J. Q. Sharpe engraved on bacK. Reward. P. O. Box: S2fi. El Paso. IF YOU XOSE ANYTHING advertise It kere. It wOI be returned to you an iBftt person finds it. Remarkable re- Xveriea are brought about every .day tkreugh this column- Help and Situations1 In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED HALE. WANTED Firstclass quarryman; nd oer. Phone 2137 after 6 oclock. J. C. Huff. ....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

L PASO HERALD 15 OSTEOPATHS. DR. A. T. STJXiL Osteopatmo innrm- try. Of KIrksville Mo. Dr. Ira W. Collins. Physician in Chief. Able taff of Specialists. 201 W. Missouri St. Phone ISO 6. DRESSMAKOTG. DRESSMAKING reception and P"" gowns a specialty by graduate of Mc- Dowell's Cutting school. New York. Parlors 713 Upson Ave. Auto phone 1714. Mrs. J. H. Jones. DRESSMAKING rieasonable prices at 501 E. Boulevard. Bell phone S313. WANTED Dressmaking. plain sewing and shirtwaists a specialty. 404 Texas St. WANTED Sewing of any kind. Dress- making at reasonable prices. Phone 3021. TYPEWRITERS. EL PASO' TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE. All makes bought sold rented and exchanged. Best .grade supplies at reas- onable prices. Expert repairing a spec- ialty; all work guaranteed. Auto phone 2367. 345 Myrtle Ave. WANTED. Every typewriter user to get my PROPOSITION. The best visible typewriter made on easy payments. Get my prices on Ribbons and Carbon Papers. THE FOX AGENCY. 207 Mesa Ave. Phone 7S3. P. O. Box 2...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

L PASO HERALD 16 For Fruits Ve tuffs and Garden r- it EI Paso the metropolis of the Southwest will soon have a population of 100000 People from every part of the U. S. now locating in El Paso and the El Paso Valley IT'S A POOR INVESTMENT THAT DOES NOT PAY 12 PER CENT NET IN EL PASO TEXAS Specialization in a community the same as an indus- try is the real key to success. The northwest specializes in grain growing' the mountainous regions confine them- selves to logging and lumbering the south stands by its staple corn and cotton. This is not the result of accident nor does it happen by chance. It is the outcome of long years of constant study and experiment on the part of the intellectual land owners of the particular section. As the northwest applies itself to grain growing the south to corn and cotton so does the J31 Paso valley of the Rio Grande adapt itself to the rasiing of fruits vegetables and garden stuffs. It is true at present that the lands of this valley are devoted more ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads. on Pages 13 14 and 15. AX Real Estate Classified and Too-Late-to-Classify Ads on Pages 13 14 and 15. FX PASO HE R D BENE BACHE'S GOVERNMENT SCIENTISTS HELPING OUR NA- TIVE LIVESOCK. Wliat the Bureau of Animal Industry Is Doing Wiping Out Livestock Diseases Zoology in the Barnyard. Improving American Horses and Sheep Sci ence Versus A5HINGTON D. C.f Feb. 26. i JkJ However things may stand in " regard to mankind's physical ailments it is a certainty that diseases' of domestic animals in the United States are being rapidly extirpated. Tuber- culosis in cattle is being wiped out by the drastic process of killing all in- fected beasts. "Within the last four years 80000 square miles in the south have been freed from the curse of "tick fever" that deadly scourge of the bovine race j Sheep scab and cattle mange "will soon have entirely disappeared; hog cholera long a most serious menace to the pork growing industry will be extin- guished ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

r Accuracy Efficiency em Methods ift and Syoerioritv of Our Mod . t By A CORRECT DIAGNOSIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP IN THE TREATMENT OF ANY DISEASE WITHOUT A PERFECT KNOWLEDGE- OF AND A REMOVAL OF THE CAUSE A CURE IS IMPOSSIBLE. WE HAVE SPARED NEITHER PAINS NOR MONEY IN EQUIPPING OURSELVES WITH ALL MODERN INSTRUMENTS OF PRE- CISION IN DIAGNOSIS. WE MAKE A THOROUGH PAINSTAKING SCIENTIFIC EX- AMINATION AND ANALYSIS OF EVERY CASE AND WE CHARGE NOTHING TO DEM- ONSTRATE WHAT OUR SPECIAL TREATMENT IS. HOW WE GET RESULTS AND PROVE TO YpU BEYOND ALL REASONABLE DOUBT ITS ACCURACY EFFICIENCY AND SUPERIORITY. OUR TREATMENT WILL NOT INJURE THE MOST DELICATE SYSTEM. DOES NOT TEMPORARILY STIMULATE BUT PERMANENTLY TONES AND BUILDS UP THE WEAK DISEASED TISSUES. WHY BE SKEPTICAL? WHY NEGLECT THAT MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL YOUR POSSESSIONS YOUR HEALTH? WHY GIVE UP ALL HOPE OF A CURE BECAUSE PERHAPS YOU HAVE TRIED THE WEONG MEANS ESPECIALLY WHEN THERE ARE REMEDIES WHICH HAVE CURED THOUSANDS AFFLICTED AS...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

J TO Jt3l. o hH H - JE !Ph . Ira A .4 Copyrighted. 1910. by the American-Examiner. Great Britain Rights Reserved. ..-. . TiMirra-mn " JEI( J'fl! GET'WA--;O?!KG'CF0URU-Elj 1 "' )"F5?pr TJ3P5LEIOH J ofeW XR Jv "iuti:JTTffr"lw f i ih'V ' I gfrTflT7" nPPir.R. WAMTTHISMAN ll'npcirpp gcgri I'WELLYEZ VN AuL EXPLAIN. - l tijj " . XU . XTiW 'ITS ALU YOUR. fH"wHY TOQMY XZ 5Wt UED TrX BOVS WU.GoJl axjv? iPJffiSfffi'SV"6 ' VO- ; c W 1 PAULT. SR " ) V SLOW UPjy!! - i-A W AA-L. - ALONG Ab WITNESS ES." j VJ '.rV TH BUNCH AV Y7I feTtfflH S I )ill IMOW LTOALL I TO-DAY X I qImI ED'Nt-RDNTj . CTT jj toUnSNKlM&i?& 1 JJR -"''

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

EX. PASO HERALD 20 Many P feasant Extents" In Social Circles Luncheon Help ong octal Gaiety ft . IT" m Women s Low Oxfords This season's "Low Effects" necessitates proper fit- ting qualities to give the foot that neat and trim ap- pearance. Our low cuts are made along these lines thereforp will fit right and look right. All widths and lengths to fit all feet all leathers and styles to please all particular shoe buyers. - Pumps With Instep and Ankle Straps Button Hx fords in Broad and Medium Toes The Prices $3.00 to $5.00 ) GREATER EL PASO7 5 'GREATEST SHOE STORE ' The Woman Vho Understands By J. Appleton. fr-fr"- 4 PERSONALS. Mrs- J. C. ILackland ana family are temporarily located at the residence of S. P. Weislger 905 Mesa avenue while j the Iackland home at 816 Mesa under- goes a renovating1 and remodeling'. CoL and Mrs. E. W. S. JSeff Mr. and Mrs. Fernando C. Searle and Mrs. Frederick Symons have returned from the Newman ranch in New Mexico where they were entertained at a house ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

!L PASO HERALD 21 The Woman At Work and Our Obligation To Her J Paper by Mrs- Flora McA. Jones Read Before Missionary Union I r-m . hi ' IIIIBIIMM Ill ! I lllll IIIM 1 IX AMERICA with startling truth this has been characterized as a "'woman's age" for more -women are In educational work either as teachers or students than ever before. More women are in the professions of medi- cine; dentistry law etc and more wo- men are clerks in offices shops and de- partment stores than in any other time of our history. "Women are factors in the financial and wage earning world. Thousands at Work. Hundreds of thousands of women and girls at 7 oclock each week day morn- ing are at their looms and machines in the vast factories and mills of the United States. Nearly everything worn or used either as ornament or as ne- cessity is produced by the faithful regular and oftimes. monotonous toil of girls. All dress trimmings gimp but- tons jewelry gloves hair ornaments etc.. as -well as cotton woolen and...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

EL PASO HERALD 22 i25 Second COLONIST Bate To San Francisco Los Angeles San Diego Ogden Salt Lake and numerous other points in California and Utah. On tickets to points in California stopover will be permitted at Williams for passengers wishing to visit the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Fare Williams to Grand Canyon and Return $6.50 Also oiiher liberal stopover privileges. Tickets on sale March 1st to April 15th inclusive. For further information as to stopovers etc. call on or write J. S. MORRISON C. P. A. A. T. & S. F. Ry. MILLS BLDG. EL PASO TEXAS. OiOTV ACCOUNT Inauguration of on March 1st. Tickets on sale Feb. limit March 3rd. J. S. MORRISON C. P. MILLS BLDG. ti locomotives i S" RENO AND HAZEN NEVADA $25.00 On Sale March 1st to April 15th. NUMEROUS STOP-OVERS ALLOWED. Three Daily Trains on which tickets are honored. CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL. w. c. Mccormick p. a.; j. e. monroe c. t. a. Diverse 12 1 CHLBU.THWa 114 I l LOCS3STVES r UNSET TO NEW YORK WASHINGTON PHILADELPH...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

L "PASO HERALD 23 SOME ODD FEATURES OF ISLAND OF SNAKES AND TIGERS. The Cobra and the Python The Dainty Meal of a Man- Eater A Story With a Moral or the Missionary Versus Tiger How John Bull Manages a Colony American Trade Fortunes in Rubber and How a Sultan Makes Over $6000 an Acre Social Singapore. (Copyrighted 1910 by INGAPORE China Feb. 16. This Malay peninsula offers some live opportunities for Theodore Roose velt and his son Kercnlt. Its jungles ere infested with tigers and the Singa- pore government Is now offering re- wards of $50 each for every full grown tiger killed and $15 apiece for tiger cats. Just outside the city are tracte of dense vegetation in which such beasts axe sometimes shot. They swim the old channel north of the Island coming out of the Jahore jungles and now and then pick up a Malay baby for breakfast. Just the other day the young sultan of Jahore who is a great sportsman killed a- big tiger. It is the 19th he has shot since reaching man- hood. As he showe...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 26 February 1910

25 JLJ Races Close At Juarez Track. Gossip About Ball and Other Sport Ml LIST OS? Andrews's Sportini 'Gossip PASO HERALD In the Springtime uentle I raining nr D X H 1 13 P T (By T. S. Milwaukee Wis. Feb. 26. Young j Griff o the Australian feather weight and probably the cleverest man who ever put up his hands in a ring has not returned to Australia as a gmat many people imagined nor has he been sent to an asylum as was reported some time ago. The writer was in Chicago yesterday and happened to bump into the Australian feather weight by acci- dent. He was but a shadow of his tu- rner self and could not remember the interviewer until he had been reminded of bygone days when he was showing as one of the statues in Chicago Griffo is not a shadow when it comes to size but he Is certainly a very lifferent look- ing person from the one who used to delight big crowds at the old arm- ory hi Chicago and also In the various titles of the United States. He has taken to his old haunts on the sou...

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

PASO HERALD 26 00 66 f 9 Cheese List f In Our Delicatessen Department As you know is the source of our Linseed Oil raised principally in Minnesota and the Dakotas. Our Linseed Oil is the best and is pure. $1.05 Per G-al. Cans Extra. " ohe Itfew York Cream Cheese per lb 25c Roquefort Clieese 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 Roquefort jars 25c Stilton Cheese jars 60c jSTeufchatel 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 ADS BY PHONE. Call Bell 115 Auto 1115 tell what you -wish to buy sell or rent and The Herald "will do the rest. --- AMUSEMENTS EL PASO THEATER SAT. & SUN. FEB. 26 and 27 Matinees Both ...

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