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EL PASO HERAXD
The Finest Hotel
Beyond the Law
The great English prize novel, en
dorsed by W. J. Locke, Aj C Ben
son and A. . W. Mason. We have
much pleasure in announcing that
after careiully reading" and com
paring the merits of the MSS.
submitted to us in Mr. Andrew
Melrose's Prise Novel Competition,
we have individually and unani
mously given first place to the.
And -we therefore declare the au
thor the -winner of the prize of
Currant Book Store
Real Estate Very Active
North Eastern EI
Use Herald Want Ads.
Improvements in That Section of the City Are Now
Leading and There Is Much Buying and Building '
Going On East El Paso Town Company Sells
Last of Lots in That Addition New
Street Car Line and Street Paving.
Activity in the northeastern section
of El Paso is .strong at present.
Alta Vista, the new Manhattan
Heights addition, Government Hill, Al
tar Park, Grand view and Highland
Park appear to be attracting much at
tention judging by recent activities in
those particular auditions.
There is considerable' activity in
Golden Hill and in the northern part of
Catton and Bassett addition, where new
homes are being built and property is
being acquired rapidly for home sites.
Tevraslte Addition Sold Out.
Sales of lots in the Alta Vista, region
have been so rapid of late that the East
1 Paso Townsite company has sold all
its original holdings and is not pre
paring to liquidate. All the lots in that
addition are now in private hands, the
last sales having been concluded this
The announcement this, week that the
street car line would be bui't north on
Piedras and Division streets from the
Fort Bliss line at the corner of Tula-
If "you want a fine valley turkey
place your order with us now.
Prime Rib Roast, f r?
per lb -.IOC
Shoulder Boast, 1 ft '
per lb ,....1UC
Sirloin Steak, if wi.
per lb 1112.0
T-Bone Steak, OA
per lb UC
3 N.Stanton St.
Borne Made Sausage,
Home Dressed Hens,
fresh Pig Hams and Shoulders.
Oysters Freeh Daily.
Kraut, Pickles and Cranberries.
Bell Phone 136:
rosa and Piedras to the Highland Park
line at the corner of Division and Al
turs. streets has caused corstde-abie
activity, as it means better transpor
tation for a section of the city tbat has
been rather remote from the car lines
In the past.
The grading on Manhattan Heights
has been followed by grading in the
northeaster! section of Government
Hill, increasing the interest i-i both
tnose additions and in the whole sec
tion. The paving of Arizona street is lerd
ing additional interest and attractive
ness to Golden Hill and the recently
completed paving of Montana rtrce.
east to Piedras has drawn partlc.ar
attention to that portion ; Montana
street and some of the nearby cross
and parallel streets in Cotton and Bas
sett additions. Preparations are now
under way to pav- Piel'is atr t up to
Golden Hill from Montana street a. id
some of the curbing has alread been
laid. This work is being done b- the
owners of the Manhattan Heights tract.
The Alta Vista District.
Alta Vista is.attracting much atten
tion just now because of the fact that
it is to have considerable street paling
in a short time. Bliss, Tularosa and
Cloudcroft streets having been ordered
paved east from Piedras to Ste t ns
street, the city limits. The completion
of the new Alta Vista school has add 1
much to the attractiveness of the dis
trict and the rapidity with which resi
dences are being built is drawing n
tention to the section. The Phoenix t,l
Paso Building company is erecting so
eral new houses on lamc-E-r3o street
Perry and Klrkpatrick are erecting oi;e
on Bliss and one on the oine of Tuln
rosa and Piedras, Austin & Marr ire
erecting three on Tularosa, James
"White, himself a real estate man, is
erecting a handsome bungalow for his
own residence at 2915 Bliss street, Ma
fleld Bros, are erecting two new bun
galows on Bliss, Dr C B Calnan is
just completing a handsome bungaUw,
and other homes are in progress in the
Alta Vista district, moij tnera nine
houses completed within the last few
months by the Mavff-Id Realty com
pany in the 2800 block on Rio Grande.
Thos. Pax ton has just sold his hand
some two story residence at the cor
ner of Estrella and Bins streets 'o
Crawford Harvie and is going to bui-'l
a. bungalow on the pps,te side of
I Bliss street, adjoining a nandsome bun-
I galow that Perry &. Klriepatrlck are
I now finishing
'XO JJHHU X lVe JJUBSHIOITII.
The Perrj -Klrkpatrick company has
purchased lots 5 to 12, in block 91, 3 ist
El Paso in the Alia Vista section, and
will build five bungalows thereon. The
cost of the lots was $400 The block is
on the corner of Tularosa and Luna
Acvr Restricted District.
Still another niece of work that tvili
further attract to northeastern El Paso
is a plan that Austin & Marr haye in
view of grading ana putting on the
market as a restricted district the land
on the west side of the Bliss road, west
of Government Hill. This work, it is
said, will bgin soon and will include
The grading and paving of Manhat
tan Heights is calculated to curb storm
water from the lower land in Alta Vista
and is adding still more to the at
tractiveness of that section.
In Altura there has been much ac
tivity of late along Fort boulevard.
Doth in the Matter of building new
bungalows and in the sale of teal es
tate. In Manhattan Heights, a number of
the choicest lots have been bought by
wall known El Pasoans for homes that
will be erected as soon as the gradms
and paving work Is OTipletoi.
LAEGE TEACT GEAZ-ING-
Boyd s!nd Booker have purchased 130.
000 acres of land in El Paso county for
grazing Mexican cattle The deal was
cioseu aaiuruj ior me inunier ui .
100.000 acres near Port Hancock from '
Robert S. Ross to Boyd & Booker for
$20,000 The other tract adjoining it
and owned by S. S. and A. H. Carpenter
and A. I. Sharpe, containing 30,000
acres, was sold for $10,000.
Boyd & Booker have suffered much
at the hands of Mexican rebels "id
will bring their cattle to Texas from
USUALLY DULL; THE
SEASON NOW GOOD
EI Paso is prospering. There are no
vacant houses for rent ard the hotels
are nearly all full. One notel propri
etor reports that the business this year
is 30 percent better than it was a
year ago and so good is it that, al
though this is usually the worst season
of the year, it Is now the best.
It'n gelag Met. Just think of buy
ing an electric iron for $4 00, and guar
anteed forever. That's the way we do
business. "Heuse of Quality,'' 119 X.
Stantea St., Texas Electrical Supply Co.
Men's salts cleaned, pressed. Wright.
R. B. Thomason. who attended the fu
neral of J. A. Watkins, a prominent
stockman of Deming, X M., who died
Monday as the result of injuries sus
tained by a horse falling on him. re
turned to El Paso Friday.
Dr. Hartman Describes
the Phrase, Systemic Catarrh
I received a
letter from a
wife of this
state She had
be e n reading
my last article
on chronic ca
tarrh. Her let
ter reads in
v. as very much
interested i n
jour article on
tutarrh I see
b our expla
nation that ca
tarrh is liable
to affect any
organ of the
DR. S. B. IURTMU'. body, that it
can assume the
symptoms of a great many different
kinds of disease. There was one form
of catarrh, however, that you did not
mention I would like your opinion
on it. I have heard it somewhere that
there is a disease known as systemic
catarrh. What do you know about it,
and what would you advise'"
My dear Madam. I think I was
the originator of the term systemic
catarrh. At least I had never seen
it in print until I began to use it
Systemic catarrh describes a condi
tion of the system closely resembling
auto intoxication, or self poisoning.
The catarrhal organs happen to be so
located that the discharge of mucus
cannot occur freely. It may be the
stomach, or kidneys, or pelvic organs.
Now if this vitiated, poisonous mucus
cannot escape freely it will be ab
sorbed by the blood vessels and car
ried into all parts of the system It is
Natur j attempt to get it out of the
s stem throufrh the Kidnevs Hut in I
the effort to nd the organ of the pois- i
EW POSTMASTER IS
APPOINTED AT DAIiHART
Washington, D. C. Nov. M. Basil F.
Warnock has been appointed postmas
ter at Dalhart, Texas. Frank M. Beem
has been commissioned at Cuba, and
ignacio Lopez at Las Vegas, N. M.
There's a reason for our selling 70
percent of the electric fixtures sold in
El Paso price and quality. Quality
House, 119 X. Stanton St., Texas Klee
trieal Supply Co.
Ladles' garments cleaned, pressed.
onous mucus Nature is unintentionally
poisoning the whole sys'em. Tbat is
what I call systemic catarrh.
We hear often to-day the term auto
intoxication, which refers to a condi
tion of the bowels. The bowels being
clogged up, they ferment and become
poisoned. The system attempts to rec
tify the troubles by absorbing the
poison and carrying it out through the
kidneys. The result is sickness, called
auto intoxication. It is exactly this
kind of thing that happens in systemic
catarrh. The catarrhal secretions that
do not escape by the internal organs
are absorbed by the blood vessels and
carried through the system, and the
result is sjstemic catarrh.
The remedy I believe to be Peruna.
I believe there is no remedy in the
world that has relieved so many peo
ple as Peruna. The disease is not al
ways known as systemic catarrh.
Sometimes it is called dyspepsia, some
times nervous prostration. Sometimes
it assumes the form of anemia, and
then again chronic malaria, also walk
ing typhoid fever.
All these conditions are fully de
scribed by the term systemic catarrh.
It is especially prevalent during the
typhoid season, September and October.
I would not consider any other remedy
than Peruna in such cases as these.
Peruna is absolutely a perfect remedy
for systemic catarrh.
All letters of inquiry answered
Pe-ru-na, Man-a-lin and La-cu-pla
manufactured by the Pe-ru-na Com
pany, Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all
Sl'ECIAI, OTICK: Many persons
inquire for The Old-Time Peruna.
Thej want the Peruna that their
Tathers and Mothers used to take.
The old Peruna is now called Ka-tar-no
If our dealer does not keep it for
ale write the Ka-tar-no Compan,
olur.ibus Ohio, and thej will tell ou
ill ttout it (Ad ) I
Phone LengivelPx for hacks, automo
bile, livery, salddle horses, baggage
wagons, moving vans, trucks and heavy
transfer. The quickest service and most
complete equipment In the southwest.
Don't be talke into buying fixtures
and not know what you are getting,
and particularly the price you are pay
ing. Ilewe of Qaallty. 119 N. Stanton
St., Texas Xleetrteal Supply Co.
JUAREZ HAS A CONCERT AND
ATTENDS GEN. AUBBR.T'S PARTY
The open air concert of the Mexican
military band combined with other m j
steal organizations of El Paso ar .
Juarez Mexicans, was well attended n
Constitution plaza last night despite
a chilly evening. The program wa
received enthusiastically. This afte
noon Juarez society is being entertaine '
at the Juarez racetrack by Gen. True
Aubert at a "tardeada," & form of picnic.
Men's suits cleaned, pressed. Wright
Aute For Hire.
Phone No. 1 for LongwelTs big auto,
cheap, safe and fast
for automobile carry you anywhere n
the city fast safe car cost is verv
Phone Lengweira for hacks, automo
bile, livery, salddle horses, baggae
wagons, moving vans, trucks and hea-
transfer. Ths quickest service and mot
complete equipment in the southwes
Fboae 34 for good cleaning
EAST EL PASO
LOTS FOR SALE
TWO LOTS OX WHITE OAKS, ' 7nft fft
NEAR PIEDRAS ST 3 UU.UU
THREE LOTS ON ALAMOGORDO, (fcQAfl flft
NEAR LUNA ST Pi7UU.UU
EIGHT SOUTH FRONT LOTS, rf dfC Aft
DOUGLAS ST 3id jOUU.UU
TWO SOUTH FRONT LOTS, 7 Aft ftft
FORTY FEET, TULAROSA ST, ...., - f(
TWO LOTS CORNER STEVENS AND jCAA AA
Splendid Building Sites in the
Washington Park Loop;
Lots Range in Price From
$350 to $500 Per Lot
Lafta & Happer
Real Estate and Insurance.
Xo. 207 Mesa Ave.