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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

I EL PA SO HERALD El Paso Texas Thursday Evening March 171910-10 Pages AH the Xew Herald Prints It first UTh11 H' hrSB II I M I ll .Mjteai HH UHta. mMM IV M i U -H S MMH nMOH -V- MM S -0 jra f n a& jen n g nt m rj jqc jm l GTT 131 I II I I ffli f" K H 9B HI H IS lB A L B. JH B B ll fi I N i Many State Positively That They Will Not Consider the Closing Movement. SOME ASE IN FAVOR OF IT Missionary Union Has Re- solved to Fight Again This Summer for Closing. "What do you think of the Saturday afternoon closing proposition?" That question now faces El Paso merchants. The "Women's Missionary union originators of the Saturday clos- ing movement last year has taken it up again has resolved that Saturday closing must come this year. Last year it all -went on the rocks of mercantile disapproval. Some hint that it v.'Ill be the same this year; oth- ers that the time has come for a metro- politan system of week end closing. For the Proposition. "I am for it" said Myrtil Coblentz who as hea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

QnSv The Verv -r'- ' 'I' 7JViVHt r&CS jML V. ' JMl 2X fe& -IV& H r"w 4" Mr VW vV?. iJMhurf wMYBra&iali '- i U. Y.FavklVSLLv 9 4i . KS3--8 vySSs- 23H'. ffF rs i. feys HBk lK?.r'J fact that when you order by phone or send the children you get just as good and choice meat as if you come yourself. Give this market a trial order and you will always be our customer. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Prime Rib Boast -1 OrL Fine loin Steak T ll per lb. only lVC per lb. only . X 72C Shoulder Roast - f T-twne Steak .per lb. ( per lb. only 1UC Saturday only fed vl C Good Boiling Meat C g? Bulk or Link Sausage 1 A 4 lb? only... muC per lb. Saturday IUC Opifz Market Phone Bell 136 ' 213 W. Stanton St. !ET DF OFFICE A Step Toward Increasing the Post for a Regiment.- Col. Ralph Hoyt Is Made a Brigadier The plan to make Fort Bliss a real regimental post promised the El P&soans several years ago when Gen. Adna R. Chaffee -was chief of staff Is being carried out. The first of the new building...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

Thursdav March IT 1910. tside of the City of E8 Paso BE MAY 10 1910 QlllT March 10 1010 iyrorea3Ki EL PASO HERALD . iMBBiBWMBCHWHMv Bal MARCH 10 1910 is the opening date of THE HERALD'S GRAND POPULAR VOTING CONTEST and two months from that date The Herald will present to its most popular subscribers outside of the city of El Pao $5000 WORTH OF M AGNIFICEN T PRIZES. There will be Four Grand Prizes Twelve District Prizes and numerous Special Prizes The Grand Prizes 1st Grand Priz 2nd Grand Priz 3rd Grand Priz 4th Grand Priz L. $1250 Overland Touring Car $800 Apollo Player Piano f Two Trips to New York via all Water Route All Expenses Paid $400 Hobart M. Cable Piano Contest District Ko. 1 Includes all of west Texas (outside of El Paso) and -the territory adjacent to the Na- tional Lines of Mexico in Mexico. Contestants in this district are competing for the following prizes: 1ST GRAND PRIZE $1250 OVERLAND TOURING CAR 2ND GRAND PRIZE $800 APOLLO PIANO PLAYER 3RD GRAND PRIZE TWO TRIPS TO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

4 Thursday March 17 1910. B. J. Falk of Xew Yopk has lent his aid to the Feldman Photographic Exhibition by sending three large portraits which were shown at the International Pho- tographic Exhibition-at Dresden last rear for which he was awarded a silver medal. Elias Goldensky of Philadelphia shows. 3 wonderful portraits printed by the gum bi- chromate process. Mr. Goldensky has an inter- national reputation and is very much in demand as a lecturer on art sub- jects. Exhibition hours 10 to 5 daily. 308 San Antonio St BISHOP NELSON APPROVES TUBERCULOSIS SUNDAY. All Charckes Arc Called Upon to Preach Goftpel of Health On April 24 Throughout the Country. Je-tv "Fork X. T. March 17. Approv- al of the movement for a national tuber- culosis Sunday on April 24 'recently inaugurated by the National Associa- tion for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis is given in a statement by Rt. Rev. Richard JEL Nelson bishop coadjutor of Albany N. T for the Pro- testant Episcopal church issued to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

L PASO HERALD Thursday March IT 1910. 5 Grand Concert Old Time Songs PROGRAM: "Old Folks at Home." "A Warrior Bold." "Ben Bolt." "Kathleen Mavourneen." "Last Rose of Summer." "Danny Deever." . "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming." "Heart Bow'd Down." "Old Log Cabin in the Dell." "When You and I Were Young Maggie." "Silver Threads Among the Gold." "Home Sweet Home." VIGTROLA CONCERT Note Bring your request numbers. This Eve. 7:30 O'clock Music Room. 103 EI Paso Street. CHIHUAHUA CLUBS FAVOR REELECTION' OF DIAZ. DelejjHtcs Xamctl to Attend. Bie Po- litical DemonstratloH In Mex- ico City April U. Chihuahua Mex. March 17. The Cen- tral Reelectionist club of this city ant clubs in other parts of the state are naming delegates to go to Mexico C?ty to participate In the great political demonstration programed to take place there on April 2 in favor of Diaz and Corral for reelection to the presidency and vice presidency respectively- Considerable enthusiasm is be'ing manifested here by the Di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

Thursday March L PASO Set&bllshed April 18BL The El Paso Herald Includes also by absorption an4 aucceaaion. The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser The Independent. The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. XE3CBER. ASSOCIATED PRESS AHD AMER. NEWSF. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Statered at ths El Paso Po3tofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rate. Xtolc&te t the service of the people that no pood cause shall lack a eham- plos. and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. BelL Auto. f Business Offloa lj llli J Editorial Rooms 2020 2020 i Society Reporter 1019 I Advertising department H " CSLSPHGXSS. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DfeGy Herald per months 60c; per year. 57. Weekly Herald per year J2. Tho Dally Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East EI Paso. Fort MliBf and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed will plaase stata fe) his communication both the old a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday March 17 1910. The common flavoring extracts in the market bear no comparison for fine flavor to XawmjjQi A FUNNY SOPuT OF PROPOSITION JllSt What Happened OH tllC I ri i - t - . T "VT-f- 1 Street Car Line Is Not Quite Clear. If three men quitting makes a street j car strike 1 JJaso naa one insi isi- Tfrcse three .men quit their tubs last I t tt- Trip-lyf- f0v Gover- ht.. hn. txro of them axe back at work -begins Ilia J? IgUL- 1U1 VTU ex These tn-ree men quit xj ;- K11 mrn nf them nxe rV v w-if . again. It is stated ttnat vne men jiu had been discharged attempted to form an organization among tie men at work with a view to striking but failed. Several men it is stated signed a petition the exact -wording of which no one seems to know- It was supposed to contain a list of the demands the men were making but when it arrived at the office of general manager Harry Potter it contained the simple state- ment. "We are nenfectly satisfied with our present positions." ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

JEL PASO HERALD 8 Thursday March 17 1910. FOR RENT BOUSES. CATTLE. RuCD. ETC. FOR SALE KJ5AL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. eiAE ! this) vLV rQ r 1 (supply l . THmGi1' s Jll ' SH LOOK Ai TKM vSr - 2 KM frw i. j COPYRIGHT 1910 ST things Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices I Ct a. WshL Xs A. Leu Tkaa 2fi. ! LOST FOTTNI. LOST Gold watch fob. Either on Mesa between St. Louis Ave. and 609 Mesa or from Mesa to Stanton on St. Louis. Reward if returned to E E. Warren at Tuttle's. THE ONWRXTTKir 1AW Averiie glxe the loser the suae HfellcIty yes YreHia expect ka the le feeea years. LOST OR STOLEN Bjuc National bi- cycle No. 49495. Reward for return to 1014 Nevada St. Help and Sitautions In and Around El Paso HELP WANTED STALE. WANTED -Men for actual contract work; no expense to learn electricity plumbing Isricklaylng automobiles In lew months. 200 students last year. Write for free catalog. U. T. School On- Co. 234 Aliso St. Los Angeles. "WANTED Gardener understanding tfee growing of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Thursday March 17 1910. 9 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. DAILY BULLETIN REAL. ESTATE BARGAINS. H. L. HOWELL 213 HERALD BLDG. COTTAGE BARGAINS. 4 room modern brick cottage on paved street sidewalks down front and back all fenced lawn wood house etc all complete. Has bath room pantry mantel in parlor and is located in good neighborhood. This' genuine bargain will -be sold for $2800 on very easy terms. $250 cash balance month- ly payments. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. FOUR ROOM HOUSE BARG 4.LV. Walking distance from the business center. Artistically fcuilt of red pressed .1 Unn 1 nnmc fint IrtTl nail. rear hall china closet pantry several lUllll'S UUSCU JUlbllEU x.w- . front and back porches bathroom equipped with the best iron enamel bath tub and in fact a model cottage throughout. Price only $3500. $a00 cash balance quarterly. H. L. HOWELL 213 Herald Building. SUNSET HEIGHTS. Modern 6 room red pressed brick on paved street 1 block from car line lo- cated in the finest resi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 17 March 1910

EL PASO HEftAL 10 Thursday March 17 1910. The Freshest and Best Delicatessen Goods in the City. Home Cooked Premium Ham ; Fresh Roast Pork Ham Beef and Veal Roast Chicken and Potato Salad Yeal Loaf and Jelly Tongue Smoked Salmon Smoked White Pish Boneless Codfish- Extra Pine Salt Mackerel Pickled Corn Beef Brisket EJnaekwurst Sausage Liverwurst Sausage Cream Che'ese . JSTeufchatel Cheese Smoked Tongues Sliced Chip Beef Pipe and Green Olives in Bulk Fresh Texas Eggs Per Dozen . . . 25c 18 Pounds Granulated Sugar for $1. 00 Send Us Your Phone 151. 210-212 ews- wities Train Bulletin. Santa F-e train No. S09 "The Mexico .Express" due at 9:40 a. m. did not ar- rive today until 2:15 p. m. All afternoon and night trains are reported on time. Dr. Mattle I. H1R i:as removed her of- fice from the Mills building to rooms 45 and 46 City National Bank Bldg. Dr. PreatisR specially diseases of stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg. Explosion Kill8 Two. BarUesville. Okla- March 17. Two men "were kille...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

PASO HERALD El Paso Texas Friday Evening March 3 8 1910-1 2 Pages All the News Herald Prints It First While It' Freak EL ms alderete sold keio El- Paso Spends MoreThan Twice as Much Per Pupil in a Year Than Any Other Texas City With One Ex- ception and Nearly Twice as Much as That City. People Wonder Why Is It Extravagance of El Paso School Trustees? THE COST OF EDUCATING ONE PUPIL I EACH YEAR IN TEXAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS El Paso 52.68 Waco '... 31.14 Dallas :- 21.10 Houston .19.44 t EI Paso seems to be paying: a great deal more to educate her pupils in the public schools than any other city in Texas. It is costing- El Paso this year more than twice what it cost for each pupil in Houston last year. On the basis of the attendance in the schools at present the cost per pupil per year in the El Paso schools is $52.6S. On a basis of the I highest number of pupils in attendance at any time this year El Paso is paying $42.59 per pupil per year. Last year it cost Houston $19.44 per- pupil to gi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

(( mBmiy- If X " ! ' I fit? "A IS 'A i Mi tr TJMn zn Saturday Sale of rsets Closing out odds and ends values up to $7.50 on sale at cents Co Gur Saturday Specials areprov- ig big successes. Each Satur day we offer something differ- entthe special for tomorrow is most unusual. It comprises 300 corsets. We have assembled all odd and broken lots of corsets about six different makes. These come in white gray and black. In the lot are many really handsome corsets but they are models or makes which we have dis continued so nronose to close them out. Values range to $ 7. SO; choice tomorrow 50c Saturday Sale of Hose fhar Ehree lines of Guaranteed Hose -will he on sale tomorrow at cut prices. 23iese Hose axe sold by tike box only. "R0CKW00D" HOSE 6 pair to a "BILTMORE" HOSE 4 pair in a $1 OS box; Saturday OA h&iQ Eoeoial 5UC box; Saturday special ''WTrNDERHOSE" 3 pair in a box; Saturday special .... . . !c m MM SAYS GUI I THE JUAREZ K -l Asked this afteraooR if he had disposed of his in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Friday March 18 1910. n Hotels Restaurants Boarding i Houses and Private Families Can Save Considerable Money by Buying Their Gro- ceries from Us at Wholesale Prices 50 lbs. Select Colorado Irish Potatoes for. 100 lbs. Select Colorado Irish Potatoes for. 2 dozen Jresh Texas Eggs for Pure Creamery Butter for ' 4 lb3. Pink Beans for . 3 lbs. Lima Beans for r 5 lbs. Broken Head Rice for ." 3 pkgs. City Soda Crackers for .A 3 pkg3. Graham Crackers for 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 1 full quart can pure Imported Olive Oil for. Large Queen Olives (in &cDC 25c 25c 15c IjOc 25c 25c bulk) per pint Bartavia Jams in pint jars all flavors for Pure Jellies all rflavors 2 glasses for Evaporated Blackberries per Jb Evaporated Peac&es per lb . 3 lbs. Prunes f .-... 3 pkgs. Macaroni for t 2 pkgs. Ralston Grits for ...25c Easter Eggs and tfew Location 208 - Come and see the largest Grocery Store -with the larg- est and freshest stock of groceries in El Paso. Standard Grocery Co THE CASH ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

L PA Friday March 18 1910. 9 i iir - 1 F Mr. Dudley Hoyt ot IsTew York lias lent his aid to the Feldman Photographic Exhibi- tion by showing two splendid portraits of women. Mr. Hoyt is noted for the. wonderful delicacy of tone and graceful drapery effects he obtains in his work. Mrs. Gertrude Kase- bier of lNTew York sliows a most beautiful study 23rinted in platinum on Japanese vellum. Mrs. Kasebier is one of the leaders of the Photo Seceession and her work has won recogni- tion throughout the world. Exhibition hours 10 to 5 daily. ' Fred J. Feldman 308 San Antonio St Directory Herald Buildins BASEMEXT Palace Cafe H. B. Thompson Prop. FIRST JFXOOIt. 151 Paso Herald Offices. A. E. .Richards Jeweler. International Book Co. TVm. Moeller Heal Estat. Lobby Cigar Stand. SECOND FiOOR. H. It Howell Heal Istate. agent Herald BIdg. T. W. C. A. Lunch and Rest Booms. John Brunner Tailor. J. F. miner! C. E. E. M representing- hc White Sands Co. Miss Paulise Hilpert Dress casting Parlors. Stand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Friday March 18 191G. yaFew - i .I I 5 j i! t o nil si s e El ti r Ri in ! i SiiBiiiiii i c ffriT'-ii'tLti.v hi wiri n Mih-i. !:;. i!! mmm ti"i.j i. ? s &?::! ?3Ws li The Rea'al Buzz-Saw A shoe is only as good as its worst part and we are proving to a good many people by the use of the Regal Buzz-Saw in our store windows that the worst part of a shoe is pretty sure to be where the eye cannot detect it and it is likely to be one of those hidden parts which should stand for long wear and shape-retention. - Some of the weak spots of shoes which are merely good-looking weak spots which cannot easily be detected before purchase are poor innersoles which no consumer investigates; poor outersoles which are concealed beneath paint and finish; poor lasting which does not take the stretch out of leather ; poor stitching -which cuts partially through both welt and insole. Such shoes are made to sell not to wear. Direct responsibility of tanner and manufacturer to the wearer ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE Friday March IS 1910. EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1E8L The El Paso Herald Includes also. b7 absorption &n aucceBsIon. The Dally News. The Telegraph The Telegram The Trlbunt. The Graphic. The Sun The Advertiser. The Independent. The Journal. The Republican. The Bulletin. KE3I3ER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND AMER. KBWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSOO Haterod at tne SI Paso Pogtoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rate. Zlozte t the service of the people that no good cause shall laclc a chant yion and th&t evil ah&Il not thrive unopposed. YMUOPHOanU. BelL Auto. Business Office ........... 215 111 Editorial Room ; e 2020 2020 :iety Reporter ...... 1019 Advertising department ................... 118 f Basin J Editor "1 Societ I Adverl u atst r? Tin r Tn IVimi VYAL.1 S Denatured Poem O TSRjdS OP SUBSCRJPTIOX. Daily Herald per month 60o; per year $7- Weekly Herald per year 52. The Bally Herald is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East El Paso. Fort Ells and Town...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

Friday larcli 18 1910. Lump In i mmm u a rusfiuiii n?j l i nuunii sinu eats ioniacii in dammi For the Su Meals in i mm Stuart's Dyspep- sia Tablets will dissolve it at once. Parriu Witte Tells of Re cent Concert Trip to the Isthnius. Only Beef From FED CATTLE Sold at This Market EL P AM the u nday IwW the Si&nd&rd 1 Baking PowderJ I Made from Grapes gggi I Makes the food of 1 superior healthfulness lplS I and finest quality fB-B AMUSEMENTS. CRAWFORD VAUDEVILLE. The original bill with which the Crawford vaudeville season opened was augmented last night by the ad- dition of the L-eRoy sisters and Keith arid Cummings. LaMont brothers ope- the bill with a new skit including sinsring and eccentric dancing and tne i Malcommis duo are second with some I splendid juggling. The LeRby sisters j In songs that are uptodate and enter- taming come tnira on me piuSiui and Keith and Cummings are next. They do a musical ana comeaj act uhli. made ar tremendous nit witn tne auai- ence. One of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

EL PASO HERAXJ3 Friday March 18 1910. "TTiTnrrrmillH IIIIIIMIWl n m nm HIM ii mii ii 111 i i mill 1 1 iniBUll !! 1 1 llll I Hill II II I ' ilium Seecia! Meat Values .SrmtliWMfofn Mnincr Nawe For Saturday uly i poRTUN ES BEING- MADE II TIE MJMI SHIP ORE HERE SlJ In making your purchases for Saturday Sunday and the fore part of next week remember to visit our market and you can make a considerable saving. For Saturday only we will offer the best meats at. very inducing prices. A Few of the Specials Veal Stew on special sale Saturday i r per lb . 1UC Mutton Stew a Saturday special at onlv q per lb ". 5C Corned Beef will sell Saturday for i f ' ' per lb IUC Chuck Boast or Steak 3 lbs. for e only 3C Stetter & Schneider (WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.) Phones: Bell 14: Auto 1014. 107 El Paso St 13 FARRAX 3IEXICO MILI IS RUXXJXG TO CAPACITY The American Zinc Extraction com- pany operating' EI Tajo mine and the large mill on tlie hill near Parral Mex ico has changed Its name to the. Art-! yon...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

.. iSPk. ?. ii k . '"J: r.i-'i -l r fe r S k 8 ? ft 5 . 5 :l;:rlvi J . . a - 6 r- B g ? IB .:: hX'4:-1 &? & k Mi' C t P& . P. P E C R 3 l-i:i:f f .R " F 5' ! -1 hill:!:;.? 'fc p .;a B e c J " ' v 5fe -P -i ! . yc j? i k'Ktr?! - it 4 -fc - . f B :K :B . Guaranteed II " CHICAGO. vf Z ;.. PILL . -JhLj pth . - - ." -...r "-. .' - " --- . . . . . . . . . .... . .. "'joP i a- i- ....-"'-' '- i ..v Clsr!AI.2 ' ff 1 'I S P '2 -" -- ' v '"B r "r "t B ."2 4; w i u -1; - k n m t . u . f . -jiSvI-CT-r-'!1! p.' ji .n f Virt. Clothes for Men of Action Dashing in Style Graceful in Drape All Wool Tailored by Experts in Ser vice VERY man particularly every young man ought to give special thought and attention to his wearing apparel his personal appearance. Only the millionaire and the genius can afford not to. Clothes are the expression without by which men and women judge the character within pareful attention to this matter of appearance and tie "first impression no longer means luxury...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 18 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Friday March 18 1910. CATTXE. HuCS. ETC. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE- FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. 1 im 7 DOL.BYf MEW NEIGHBOR LIVES 1HTHEI I'LL P05E. DOLBV AND BORROW SOME SlUVERVAREl- THEM VOU GO IN AND SELL rr "TO - DOLBV -r v n y" i - -1. "t L h. X "V . -g mow- HOW THIS SILVER TO DOLBV- TELL HIM VOU'RE HIS NEIGHBOR 1 AND SEE wiw i fltjCAN GET for IT-' N BEG PARDON-5IR-BUT 1M DOLBV. LIVE NEXT DOOR WE EXPECT A LOT OrcOMPjsV TOMIGHT-" COULD 1 BORROW some: SILVER WARE 9 - JKk J mi :J xSrsS' Jr gmsv v smn MISTER DOLRY- MV WIFE KNTS TO KNOW IF VOU'RE THROUGH WITH THE SLVER WARE WE LOANED VOU LAST WEEK KioxiNirrv MFl whv ( -l' 1 "zr . . FIVE DOLLARS FOR THE SET aHDVOU KISO 1T im pw. s iV f I B 1 jt 'Sw I pBii i T7) lAVlim. I r" ViKLHLI T BEING NEIGHBORS MV WMFE THOUGHT VOU NIGHT BLJV'EN VEVE Two C-T-C fvES-SO 1 1 JF whV-VS LL G 1VE VOU 1VEL DOLLftRb FOR thEN- rtmt . r ' ( im JK$t!t 4a HOW- 1 I JlillKllR what IBi &r w$k do vou Sf M WW V r THINK & dffeli K OK THAT? SHfe O T? ...

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