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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 March 1910

Jliii Wednesday March. 9 1910. 13 ) FOE SALE K2AL ESTATE. Bt ILDING SITES AND VACAXT LOTS. II. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD' BUILDING. BIILDI2VG SITE SUNSET HEIGHTS. Fine corner 40x130 1 block from car line east front 1 block from Mundy Pa-k. This Is a splendid residence dls- ir ct is surrounded by magnificent ar- tistic homes and i3 worth 500 more than the asked -price which Is $1850. Very easy terms. K. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. 1 LOTS ROOSEVELT AVE SUN- SET HEIGHTS. Thas is walking distance the only lots this clo;e to town at the price and Is easily worth $1300. 'Will sell the lot and half for $1250 cash or terms. If. L. HOWELL 2X3 HERALD BLDG. TWO LOTS OX WY03IING. The second two from the viaduct nice low terrace level in fine residence dis- trict. Would make a splendid apart- ment house location. Will sell for $1S50 casji or terms. II. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. TWO LOTS UPSON AVE. Ope block from car line and Mundy Park. Ea&t fronts finest residence dis- trict level. These are amo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 March 1910

EL PASO HERAL 14 Wednesday March 9 1910. 'a Buy Your Groceries From the Standard Grocery Company and Save Money Now x is the time to plant FloTver and Garden Seed. Fresh shipment just received. 25e CANS FBTJTT with heavy syrup for 15c Pure Creamery Butter O r Ih . 3 f l'resli Ranch Eggs per dozen 100 lbs. Fancy Irish Po tatoes for 25c 1.60 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 20c 4 2-lb. cans Tomatoes for 5 3-lb. cans Tomatoes I for 3 2-lb. cans Banquet Corn for 3 2-lb. cans Kadncy Bean3 for 3 cans Pink Salmon for 5 lbs. Broken Head Bice for 4 lbs- .la pan Head Rice for 3 lbs. Fancy Head Rice for 4 lbs. Pink Beans (frijoles) special for 3 bs. Lima Beans for 3 lbs. Fancy Brown Sugar .for Fancy Juicy Lemons "per dozen We now have the largest and El Paso carrying at all assorted stock visit ns and De convinced. Standard Grocery Co. THE CASH STORE. 208-210-212 St. Louis St. BELL PHONES 348 367 901. AUTO PHONE 1901 WHOLESALE v. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' 3IEETIXG. Notice i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 March 1910

PASO HERALD Wednesdav March 9 1910. 15 ' Six. years ago I had a severe attack of Rheumatism. I was confined to my bed for six months and the doctors seemed unable to help me. I tried many liniments plasters home remedies etc. but none of them gave me any permanent relief; the symptoms always returned when such treatment was left oft My knees and elbows were " terrribly swollen so bad in fact that for a while I could not move hand or foot I certainly had one of the severest cases of Rheumatism I ever heard of. I was getting discouraged when I heard of S. S. S. but as it was recommended to me as a fine treatment for Rheumatism I began its use. This medicine soon helped me and I continued taking it until I was cured sound and well. S. S. S. relieved the swelling purified my blood stopped all pain and cured me entirely. This was six years ago and I have not had Rheumatism since." 1355 ML Vernon Ave. Columbus O. R. H. CHAPMAN. Toe severity of Mr. Chapman's cse of Rheumatism proves the va...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 9 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 16 Wednesday March 9 1910. Specials for This Week 1 Q Pounds Best Granulated d f f( lO Sugar .- . ffl.UU J Eight Bars Two Cans J White Star Tomatoes jj III " Soap For Pr 15c OEf ' Packed from Select Eipe Le3lL Fruit. II III mam t Guaranteed. & Merritt's Brand Butter the QG I && best made pound 3DC Fresh Texas Eggs per dozen 25c Toasted Corn Flakes 3 for 25c llll First class standard Peaches 3 lb. cans 3 for. .50c Empsons' Asparagus Tips 30c cans for 25c II Send Us Your Mail Orders. Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St Autoll5L bids for these buildings -will be received until 2 p. m. March 13. 1910 and then opened. Information furnished on ap nlieatlon. Successful 'bidder must re- j move buildings from the reservation within 30 days from acceptance of bid If required. Envelopes will be marked "Proposal to Purchase old Officers' Quarters" and addressed to Capt. S. P. Vestal U. S. A.. Constructing- Quarter- master Fort Bayard X. M. Going: to Paris. A. F. Gressler a mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

El Paso Texas Thursday Evening March 10 1910-I2Pages II the News flerald Prints It first While It' Fresh. HERALD ninn m or tut fldU IU UL lilt ! jt J Southwestern Company to Be Transferred to Another Company and This City to Be Headquarters Toll - Lines to Denver Douglas Bisbee Globe and Eventually to Los Angeles Cal. El Paso 4s to be the center of a net- work of telephone toll lines connecting this city with those of the south-west as far north as Denver east to Dallas and west to Bisbee. Douglas Globe and eventually -with Los Angeles and the Pacific coast cities If plans now for- mulated are carried out. At the council meeting this morning & formal petition signed by the South- western Telegraph and Telephone corn- pan v was presented asking that the company's franchise be transferred to the Tristate Telephone and Telegraph company a corporation which will have its headquarters and administrative of- fices In El' Paso. With an authorized capital stock or 51000000. the Tristate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

s RAILROAD XETVS. and Annual Spring Fashion Show ts scneamea ror week beginning Monday L LAS CRUC ME illlUTE T Double Header Ball Game 2sext Saturday Bishop Kendrick at Mesilla. Agricultural College N. 1L March 10. The college baseball team has a double header scheduled with the El Paso Military institute for next Saturday. The first game is to be called at 11 oclock and the last one at 2:30. It is expected that the double header will draw a larger crowd and enable the management to come much nearer meeting the expenses of the games. Though third baseman Floyd is sick in bed today it is expected that he w.U be in his usual good form by ths date of the game. Th college com- munity is looking forward to two fast snappy games on next Saturday. Bishop J. M. Kendrick will conduct the 11 and 7:30 oclock services at the Mesilla Park church on Sunday next- At the 11 oclock sen-ice the bishop will administer the rite of confirma- tion to any desiring to join the church. For several years pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday March 10 1910. PILES J ') .1 The instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often a great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women shrink from the personal questions of the local physician which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is ab- horrent to them and so thev endure in silence a condition of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse. It has been Dr. Pierce's privilege to enre a rcat many women who have found a refuse tor modesty in his offer of FREE consulta tion by letter. Till correspondence is held as sacredly confidential address Dr. R. Y Pierce Buffalo N. Y. Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores and regulates the womanly functions abolishes pain and builds up and puts the finishing touch of health on every weak woman who gives it a fair trial. It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well. You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non-alcoholic medicine of known composition. SUESTiGAT (Continu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

ET. PARO HERALD Thursday March 10 1910. Pictures As Port fayed by Masters of the Camera Good photography is an art within itself and a careful study of good photographs should give as much pleasure as a similar study of the product of the painter's brush. The advance in photography in the past few years has been phenomenal and it is with the purpose of illustrating this in all its phases and further instructing the public generally in the work of the camera that Mr. Feldman has col- lected this exhibit from among his friends of the art world. The characteristics individualities and ec- centricities are as marked in the work of good photographers as in that of painters. Mr. Feld- man takes pride in offering El Pasoans this unusual opportunity to see the work of masters of the camera shown side by side. Exlribition hours ten to five daily March 10th to 25th. Exhibition Hours 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Daily NO ADMISSION FEE FRED J. FELDMAN 308 San Antonio Street FINANCIAL. First National Uni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday March. 10 1910. o of th n I An e Great Southwest lodays news Don't Fail to See the Regal Buzz Saw Cut up ISO ! SUPREME COURT nprr en OF ARIZONA MEETS IVUI1UL UU Ml 1 v -a " ; Regal Shoes In Our Window Friday March 1.1 2 to 3 p. nx. LERNER Shoe Company NACO PERSONALS. Xaco Ariz. March 10. Mrs. Newell and children are visiting "Mrs. John Hughes of Bisbee. Justice J. M. Hall officiated at the wedding of AlepanCtro Torres and Guadalupe Romor of Naco Sonora. James Finch a mining man whose headquarters are at Iouglas returned from Cananea. ! - Globe Mills Graham Flour also Whole "Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls. Nuff Sed. Try a sack. At all grocers. The greatest tenor the world has l W ever heard.. Every one knows that. Critics say so; music- lovers say so; the public says so; his salary says so he is today the highest- paid artist on the grand- opera stage. Every one who has a Vjctor knows how true-to-life are Caruso's Victor Records. You also. can know for any ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

5 EDITORIAL -AND MAGAZINE PAGE Thursday March 10 1910. EL PASO HERALD Ccts-bltshed April. 1S8L The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption &a succession The Dally News. The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribana. The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent. The Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. Member associated press ajtd amer. kewsp. publishers' askoq Batered at tha SI Paso 'Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rate. Wicae4 t the sorvice of the people that no good cause shall lack a chain 2?ion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. AHERA&D faiLapHQras. BelL Auto. Business Office ........................ 115 1115 Editorial Booms c.. ....... .2020 2020 Society Reporter ....... .......1019 Adverlloinff department 116 T3R2IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. JDfcfir Herald per month. 60c; per year $7. "Weekly Herald per year $2. The Bally Herald is deli-.ered by carriers In EI Pase. East El Paso. Fort Slixs and Towne. Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

EL PASO HE.RAL Thursday March 10 1910. UNITED STATES PAYS TEilBLE TOLL p "A Head of Them AIT (Continued from Pago Six.) nal" -we think -we have given an il- luminating answer. As a matter of fact there is not one man in 1000 yes we can apply this to the police who could "spot" the average burglar if he met j each year by him on the street without his "jimmy." I Can you The Man Who Wrote the Declaration of Independence was just the kind of a man to declare in favor of the rich fragrant tobacco grown in the famous Piedmont district f CIGARETTES our criminal population outside the walls of our prisons is 250000 which Is certainly well within the limits of accuracy we are confronted with the staggering sum of 400000.000 "earned" r our thieves and thugs! crrasn the Immensitv of it nil? Gentlemen of the nolice. what l x was discussing a yegg case witn a policeman not long ago a "yegg" Is a have you to say? tramp burglar if you don t know. A But wo are not done We have esti- safe had been ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

8 EL PASO HERAUD Thursday March 10 1910. Will be given on May 10 1910 to the winning contestants in the I ! i B K. Bv B Jiur tBB H Bb BB Bfew BB Bk KB B S Bl b cM vBt SS BB BiB IoB Ih luBEZ IB5h es BB BH rBr EF h JF HBIB k. ! i i : ! I - - - .. M ' i j I Ml Herald's Popular Contest The competition for these prizes is open to any subscriber of The Herald who lives outside of the city of El Paso and the Grand Prizes will undoubtedly be won by contestants who enter the con- test early and work consistently to accumulate votes. The contest opens March 10. Fill out nomination blank below and send it in today. . First Grand Prize-$ 1250 Overland Automobile Jhis car has been selected for its power comfort and elegance and for the simplicity of its mechanism. It is one of the best cars made in the United States today and compares favorably with cars selling at a much higher price. 2 crrv jf A The Overland has power speed and neverfailing abil- ity; it is big enough to give plenty of room ye...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

Bj James Forbes Copyright 1908 by . VT. Dillingham Company. "Ho jus. pick on a g-il what's done 'onc by yer." nuahied the Puke. "She douo honest "rnuse why? rai?e I raised a hov.'l yer could hear from here :o de Bow'ry. elo she'd 'a Tin jrirlu me ir.ohis?es talk an' fake promises fer a month of Sundays. She ain't the foist oil I've kaowed wid a strangle hold on her conscience." When the hovs -.vent into tea Nora was not there to w?It on them as usu- J al but the Duke returned with a light heart to finish up his work in the sta-: ble. He was happy in that satisfaction which the consciousness of having done an unusually virtuous action always brings which is the reward often- times the only reward of heavy sacri- fice made gladly in a good cause. He was elated at tlr very idea that he had been able to render a service to his Idol and save her from the conse- quences of her own rashness but it was a tender elation which caused a funny feeling at his heart and led him to sing "Black Eye...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

10 Thursday March I MADE HIM AKE" IT BACK M-L R1GHT- c " Nj IBk JLiv - 1 I iJW"tiDA " V "iuklo e Jl ) (O-VElS -IUL. r rfc- & .IS WHO KNOWS LOOK LIKEITHE1Y f f SZ f $ HOW F V ACC1DEHT J $k ( nothin- 1 m i 'j? v WSl h rtfl rn jyf r7 v VYRlfiHTi 1909 BY THENQV things .bost and Fopnd; Personals and Public Notice? Ct a Word- Xe A&. Lew Tka LOST F0UND.t STRAYED Black horse branded C. E. Finder please return to El Paso Coun- try club and receive reward. T nT ?aturdav garnet bar pin be- fwee rlhSSn 'and city halL Phone 1623. . t OST White Angora cat. name King. $5 reward if returned to 312 Leon. LOST last week young fox terrier dog. brown head black spot on side named Ben. Return to 1418 Boulevard. IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise it here. It will be returned to you If an hontat peSon finds it. Remarkable re- coveries are brought about every day through this column- THE UNWRITTarc rAVf vertlej tfve tbe lo.ertke.aiBe publicity yoa TroHia expcci - bees yours. Help and Sitantions In and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

Thursday March 10 1910. 11. FOR SALE RKAL ESTATE. BUILDING SITES AXD VACANT IiOTS. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BUILDING. BUILDING SITE SUNSET HEIGHTS. Fine corner 40x130. 1 block from car line east front. 1 block from Mundy Park. This is a splendid residence dis- trict is surrounded by magnificent ar- tistic homes and Is worth $500 more than the asked price which Is $1850. Very easy terms. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. 1 LOTS ROOSEVELT AVE SUN- SET HEIGHTS. This is walking- distance the only lets this close to town at the price and Is easily worth $1500. Will sell the lot and half for $1250 cash or terms. IL L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. TWO LOTS ON WYOMING. The second two from the viaduct nice low terrace level in fine residence dis- trict. Would make a splendid apart- ment house location. Will sell for ?1S50 cash or terms. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. TWO LOTS UPSON AVE. One block from car line and Mundy Park. East fronts finest residence dis- trict level. These are among- the fin- est ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 10 March 1910

ERALD .Thursday March 10 1910. H t Specials for This Week u ! ri 10 Pounds Best Granulated Cf AA H ...... O Sugar P II Eight Bars Two Cans 1 mill White Star Tomatoes 1 Snan For 1 For 15c ! (Ill t-' II I'llll 0-s Packed frojn Select Eipe lillil mw . Guaranteed. 111 & errit's Brand Butter the S "1 1 1 ?R3? jest made pound OOC J llll !Fresh Texas Eggs per dozen 25c II Toasted Com Flakes 3 for ' 25c Krst class standardJPeaches 3 lb. cans 3 for. .50c Empsons' Asparagus Tips 30c cans for 25c i Send Us Tour Mail Orders. ill M"""M"MiaMBaiB!iiBaBii'B'iMiMBBiiiM8BiiiBMiHiBBnMMBMi IIIJII ' i " F ft li' i1 m 4m ml I f h t i II ml " ill lillil II i JMWI'B'aBM I I lillil HUflBHHHHMHBBHHHHBHHHSHHBIHHinHHHfHHHHHnBHBUBiBBHlS llllli Fhonel51. 210-212 Texas St Autoll5L HOTEL ABBIVALS. Grand Central C. R. Bliss. St. Louis SCo.; K. A- Johnson ag-ent Sanford Dodge ST. X.; Charles Ii. Bond Douglas Ariz.; J. J- Johnson Douglas Ariz.; E- J. Soler and family Kent City Mich.; J. Shreider San Francisco. Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 March 1910

E! Paso Texas f riday Evening March 11 1910-10 Pages While It's Fresh. aaKnai bHobsKS . aHakaa erfr ay -sb a" - - . j l W. L. Peahody Says There Was No Understanding with T. H. Rogers Co. His Firm Often Delivers Direct to Schools But Rogers Gets the Money and Pays for Goods at Wholesale Prices. School board business affairs con- tinue to be a leading topic of discus- sion among business men and others of tho city. It was even the subject of re- marks at a get-together dinner of St. Clement's parish 'last night. The matter of purchases by the board Is the general topic the conversation hinging on certain transactions in which it is stated that members of the board have been closely connected with sales of goods to the schools. Friends of Kenry Welsch asserted that in the old days lines were not closely drawn and that all he ever did was justified by precedent. For example It was pointed out that goods from the E. B. Welch company in which W. L. Pea- body chairman of the Internal comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 March 1910

tf and The announcement of our Fashion Show tomorrow afternoon will The original cuts of which we use duplicates cost $500.00. This advertisement should be noted with interest. Fashion Show Week March 14-19 TRANSPORTATION OF COMMERCE Will Be Segregated From the General Work of the Chamber and Put Upon a Self -Sustaining Basis. The traffic bureau of ihe chamber of commerce is to be made selfsupport- ing. The bureau although only a little more than a year eld has grown so rapidly that it is to be made an inde- pendent department of the chamber of commence activities. It has been sup- ported by the chamber of commerce a sufficient length of time to prove Its Importance to the shippers of the city and to show the direct benefits to be obtained from such a bureau. Broadealag: Its Scope. For the purpose of widening the scope of the bureau the new board of directors has increased the transporta- tion committee from four to 20 and including in its membership representa In a disease so painf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 March 1910

Friday March 11 1910. i AUDOIN'S SATURDAY SPECIALS EL PASO HERALD I f !! I ' IMMJMIIJ-!!!!! - rpy rnn rini i Surprised! No ratlier expect it! ''Attention" think it over come and see the quality and be your own judge. We advertise only what we do. Note the f ollow- ing prices for Saturday: Prime Rib Roast per lb 15c Top Shoulder Steak per lb 10c Prime Rib Boast Polled per lb 17c Chuck Roast and Rib Stew 3 lbs. for 25c Legs of ilutton per lb 16c Mince Meat 3 lbs. for 25c Pickled White Onions regular 25c; tomorrow per pint '. 15c Crab Meat "for connoisseurs only" tomorrow per can 50c See our Plymouth Rock live chicken window display. Fine for yard purposes as well. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Anything and everything to meet every taste and desire. New Potatoes. 2 lbs. for 25c Fresh Green Peas per lb 20c - - Asparagus per lb - 30c Siring Beans 2 lbs. lor c Strictly Fresh Yard Eggs per doz 25c Fresh Cranberries Belle Peppers Radishes Onions. Sunny Side Special Butter per lb 35c THERE seems to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 11 March 1910

L PASO HERALD Friday March 11 1910. By James Forbes Copyright 1908 by v. W. Dillingham Com- pany. Novelized From Forbes's Play of the Same Name by John W. Harding ;iillllhli gM "" . . i vB ImwMlmk 1 " 1 Mr. J". C. Strauss of St. Louis known as America's greatest master of the art of portrait photography has lent his aid to the suc- cess of the Feldman Pho- tographic Exhibition by sending six portraits. I wish space permitted my telling you more of that man Strauss. Medals and honors he has won by the score both abroad and at home but he never talks about it. We will tell you more about him when you "visit our studio. Exhibi- tion hours 10 to 5 dailv March 10th to 25th! ITo admission fee. h vckA I f Feldmah 308 San Antonio St. Whatever may be the effect else where of such orders as "Silence" and "Positively Xo Smoking" printed in bold type and conspicuously displayed the v remain dead letters and objects of jest In the dressing rooms of the chorus -ladies of that vell known temple of...

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