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?r eek-End Edition, September 16-17, 1916.
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WE GIVE "S. & H." GREEN TRADING STAMPS.
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"Wnite-Paden Eealty Company Has Record "Week; H. M.
Andreas Sells Pecos County School Land to Norwood
Hall Consisting of 11,00 0 Acres; F. N. Faulkner
Buys Texas Tavern; Starts New Cathedral.
SALES totaling- to J1S7.700 were
made this week by the White
Paden Realty company. This Is
eaid to be the record for one company
lor several weeks past. The Items In
tl.e Whlte-Paden sales are as fol
li M Adams sold to Norwood Hall
11.000 acres of school land located in
T'ecos county, for a consideration of
Z. Pontius has sold to L C Booker
property at the corner of San Antonio
and riorence streets, being the east 5
fct of lots 1 to 10 inclusive, of block
-'". Campbell's addition for a consid
eration of $15,000.
Julius Krakauer has sold to F. X.
T aulkner property known as the
T. as Tavern and located on TVest
I'ssouri street, for a consideration of
The Marr Investment company has
-nid to Dr. F. B. Romero, a tenement
-1 the corner of Sixth and Park streets.
en lots IS to 20. in block SO of Magof
f'n'e addition, for a consideration of
J A. Blancas has sold to Vincent
Cordelia property located on tbe corner
of Ninth and San Jacinto streets, for a
consideration of $7000.
J F. Mullin has sold to L. E. Booker
?i six room bungalow located at 2701
'.-ant avenue, at a consideration of
J F. Mullin has sold to E. P. Hughes
a five room bungalow located at J430
Tularosa street, for a consideration of
Ralp Hunt has sold to the City Na
t onal bank lots 4 to 7 inclusive in
block 9. French addition, for $1100.
Ralph Hunt has sold to the City Na
tion i hank a two story building and
ptort located at Arizona and Cotton
aenue. being lots IS to 21 in block
76. of Franklin Heishts addition, the
r..nsidpration beine1 Sfiot'0. i
Ralph Hunt has also eold to the
On National bank, lots 2 and 21.
block 50, Highland Park addition, lots
: " to 32, block 29, Government Hill ad
dition, and lots 12 and 1 in block 93 of
Bassett addition, at a total considera
tion of IS000.
The Anderson-Filler Investment
Companv reports the following sales:
C V Nafe to C. S. Pickrefl. 8 fee:
on Burango street, between San An
ton -o and San Francisco streets, for
C S Pickrell to C V Nafe, lots 5.
G and part of 4. in block 72. East El
Paso, together with two bnngalows
built thereon: lots 21 and 22 in block
'., East El Paeo; lots 9 and 10 in
block IS. Government Hill: and a house
an . lot in Cloudcroft, N. St.. for 187SO.
TV. A McKee to Ida Hoffman, a six
room bungalow at 1100 California
street, for JS000.
Phoenix-El Paso Building company
to J. B. Garner, a four room bungalow
on Idalia street, between Byron and
Russell, for $2750.
Bnngaloir for J. VC. Vance.
The. Phoenlx-El Paeo company is
building a five room bungalow with
basement on lots 2E and 29 In block 4.
flovemment hill, for J. W. Vance, at a
cost of $3150. and a six room bun
galow in the 3000 block on Bliss street,
with basement, heating plant, and
other modern improvements, for the
sale price of $5500.
Trost and Trost. architects, report
among recent plans drawn by them a
$30,000 echoolhouse at Santa Rosa, N.
M., and the $20,000 school house at
Magdalena. N. M. Contractors' bids
are being secured on the former, whils
work will start on the latter next
Ramey Bros, have started two
bouses for Tom Newman on Missouri
and Poplar streets, lots 17 to 19,
block 7S, Bassett's addition, for $200t
Leavell and Sherman Sales.
Leavell and Sherman report the fol
Alamo Heights company to P. H.
Marcum, lots 1 and 2, block C. Alamo
Heights addition, for $1300.
Manhattan Heights company to J. K.
Robertson, lots 20 and 21, block 35,
Manhattan heights. $1400.
Manhattan Heights company to TV.
C. Roberts, two lots in block 20. Man
hattan heights, $1100.
The same firm reports that ground
has been broken for the home of J.
It. Segall. at Elm and San Diego
streets, which will cost JS000; and that
V. H. Hull will soon start the erection
of his $5000 home on Federal street,
between Raynor and San MarciaL
Work Starts on Cathedral.
Construction work has started on the
beautiful new Catholic cathedral which
i to be erected at the Intersection of
Arizona and Mesa avenue The foot
ings are now beine- noured. the steel
for the concrete reinforcing has ar- I
rived and is unloaded on the job. the i
excavation has been completed some
time and the building will be rushed
to completion as soon as possible. The
cornerstone will be laid within the next
month bv Rt. Rev. A. J. Schuler, bishop
of El Paso.
The Perry-Kirlapatrick Realty com
pany reports the following sales:
To Roy Pickens, a four room bunga
low on lots 9 and 10. in block 3. Altura
To Lieut- Tolbert F. Hardin. Edgar
TVilliam and TV. B. Lewis, three four
room bungalows, with sleeping porches,
on Dyer street, near the old Country
club, for $3750 each.
To J. TV. Phillips, eight lots in block
95, east El Paso addition, for $5000.
To Geo. D. Kendall, five room bunga
low on Montana street, in the 3500
block, for $5500.
To Ralph Dimmitt, a five room bunga
low, with sleeping porch, on Tularosa
street. East El Paso addition, for $4060.
To J. F. Mullin. seven lots In block
73. Grandvlew addition, for $1700.
Trost and Trost are working on plans
for the new $125,006 hotel in Flagstaff.
Construction Director Here
and Buildings Being Con- j
structed for Fair.
TVith work started on the big build
ings for the International Soil Products
exposition, SO percent of the available
space already has been taken, accord
ing to B. K. Hanafourde. tbe evposi
lion's manager. Construction of the
buildings, which will cover 500,000
square feet of floor space, has been
started at San Francisco and Chibua- '
hua streets. They will extend to a '
point near Durango and San Antonio
Mnin Gateway. 1
The work Is being done under the
direction of F. C. Dye. chief of the de
partment of works for the exposition. (
The main gateway to the grounds will i
be at San Francisco and Chihuahua 1
streets. Chihuahua street, between
San Francisco and Leon streets, has
been closed to traffic and Is being .
The International building, which
will be 520 feet long, will be on Leon
street, which also will be closed to
traffic. The government building,
where its $20,000 display will be shown.
Is to be on San Antonio street and will
be 300 feet long.
The block bounded by San Francisco.
San Antonio. Chihuahua and Leon
streets will be the site or the amuse
ment and concession sections, the
largest of the exposition.
TVork was started Friday afternoon
on the grading of the vacant lots be
tween Chihuahua and Leon streets and
for the counties building and grand
The architectural plan will include
eight buildings which will occupv .more
than 300.000 square feet of space in
the exposition group, of which the
chamber of commerce Is the center
The counties building is to be one
of tbe most pretentious of the buildings
which are to be erected. The buildnig
Is to be 200 bv 50 feet.
To J. E. Neff. to bclld a brick bunga
low In Manhattan Heights : estimated cost
To It- E. McKee. to bnild a comfort ata
tlon In San Jacinto plaza; estimated cost
To Ramey Bros , to bnlld two brick bun
galows on Poplar and Missouri streets, esti
mated cost I200G
To E. Baum. to build a brick storeroom
In East El Paso: estimated cost $5.
Caantlllo townslte El Canntlllo Town
site and Land company to R W. Wllmere.
lets ST. SS. . It. SI. 32. block A. El Canu
tlllo townslte. EI Paso county: considera
tion M: Sept. l. me.
Summit Place B. E. Cranfil to Mn. 3 A.
Cnrley. lots . IB. 11. l. block 14. Summit
place, consideration Ji: Sept. 11 ISIS
Orchard park John Relies and wife to J
Revelle, lots 15. 2. 31, 12. block 1. Orch
ard park: consideration JIM: Sept. 15 ISIS.
Kern place addition P E. Kern to S. P.
"WeJsleer. lots X. 4. block 6 Kern plac?.
consideration $1: Sept. II. 1M6.
Mesa Heights S. S. Franklin and wife to
the Mesa Realty company, lots 13. 14. block
24. and lots IS. 1. block to. Mesa heights:
consideration $. Sept. 15. 191s.
Alexander's addition J. M Proctor to P.
E Kern, lots . 7. 8. . 17. IS. IS. . block
323. Alexander's addition: consideration $10;
Sept. 14. 131C
To Mrs. T. Says, city. Sept. S
To Mrs. D. Flerro, S12 South Virginia.
Iiirth. Boys. .
To Mrs. R. Saldlbar. Clt North Kansas. I
To Mrs T. T. Blanco. 1411 East Boulevard.
Licenced to Marry.
Manuel Moreno and B". Faldana.
Ralph Sackett and Emma K. Murdoch.
Hudson Maxim, the noted Inventor, oper
ates his automobile with one hand.
7HE Standard Grocery Company
takes special pains to cater to the
United Stales troops. We have four
solicitors covering the military field as
thoroughly as possible, taking orders
direct, and saving you the trouble of
coming to town to order your goods. We
are also mailing quick automobile de
liveries. We endeavor to oversee every detail of
our business with the military, and give
personal Attention to see that orders and
deliveries are facilitated.
Prices Consistent with Present Market Values.
Centrally Located and Convenient.
HP HE great advantage of trading with the Standard Grocery Com-
pany for the different troops, batteries and companies is that we are
able to supply all kinds of groceries for the different messes Grocer
ies, Meats, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Butter and Eggs all may be
had here under one roof, and billed together on one statement, making
bookkeeping by the mess-sergeants much easier than where they must
trade with several different concerns.
206 MILLS STREET
Autumn Makes Many Demands That Are Easily Met Here
Of The Hour
FLORAL TAFFETA 36 inches wide.
Yhite ground with large and me
dium stripes interspersed with flora!
patterns. Fine quality, J0 Cf
heavy Height. Per yd. . . P5 OU
PUSSY WILLOW TAFFETA 40
inches wide. Colors are OH Kosc,
ay, Salmon Pink, American Ileau
ty. Turquoise, Mai;, Plum, Ceil Blue,
Pink, Black and White. tQ Pf
Per yard J.OU
BENGALINE SILK A fine fabric
for coats and trimmings. 36 inches
wide. Comes in black ami white only.
HeaTy weight. (T (J f
Per yard J)lsOU
SILK AND WOOL POPLINS 12
liu-hes wide. In oer twenty uew
and staple shades. ( 1 Q C
Per yard )J...0
CHIFFON CLOTH 42 inches wide.
Fine quality. Heavy weight. Thirty
S'ne new and staple colors and black
and white. d -1 ff
Per yard J)i.UU
PRIESTLVS FRENCH SERGE 52
inches wide. Comes in Xavy Blue
and Black. CloseJy wot en. Medium
Per yard PsUU
COSTUME CORDED VELVET 32
inches wide. In the new fall shades
such as rubber grey, baUani green,
Burgundy, Belgian blue, garnet, rese
da green, Havana brown, Xavy blue
and white. -1 op
Per yard tpj.a3
NEW TOGO SUITINGS Ih twenty
five new and staple shades and black.
A splendid quality in a very desir
able weight. 40 inches tf ff
wide. Per yard ijl.UU
SATIN PLAID GEORGETTE CREPE
One of the most handsome mate
rials shown this Fall. The satin
plaid are faintly grounded with
dainty flowers and buds, (t O Cf
Per yard -. OU
SHEPHERD CHECK SUITINGS 45
inches wide. In five different sized
checks of Hack and white. A regu
lar 75c value. Special, pq
per yard OJC
CHINCHILLA CLOAKING In plaids,
large checks, plain colors and self
plaids. Double faced, so lining is
unnecessary (t a Cf
Per yard 4T'oOU
The Home of Smart
Apparel is Open to You
68 INCH HEAVY MERCERIZED
DAMASK Floral and conventional
designs. A very serviceable qual
ity, at, a P f
SUITS Of Chiffon
and Poplins, made and
trimmed in many differ
ent styles, some of them
with larjje convertible
collars. Special modes
tor medium and stout
$20 ITALIAN SILK $1.75
Genuine Kayser quality. Comes
in Old Rose, Copenhagen and
Ceil Blue. Regular J2.50 qual
ity. Special, per (J - J "
yard J 1 . O
SUITS That would he
great values for $32.50
and $35.00 are shown
here in Yelours, Broad
cloth, Poplins and Poi
ret Twills. Velvet and
fur trimmed. Exclusive
modes, made with con
vertible collars. Special
Mondarat J9Q 7C
at $27.50 and $Vl J
SILK FIBRE SWEAT
ERS TTe will put on
sale Monday over 250
Silk Fibre Sweaters.
"We are showing these in
plain colors, also fancy
stripe, in combination
colors. With and with
out sash belts. Prices
PLUSH COATS Mon
day we will place on sale
a splendid line of smart
plush coats the value of
which will not be dupli
cated again in El Paso
at the price
72 INCH HEAVY MERCERIZED
AND UNION DAMASK A good
heavy serviceable qual
ity, at, a yard .-
TABLE DAMASK 70 in. All pure
linen damask in dainty floral pat
terns. A very special
value at, a yard
DOUBLE SATIN DAMASK 72
inch heavy satin damask, 10 beau
tiful patterns to select from. An
at, a yard . . . ,
FANCY LINENS Dresser Scarfs.
Table Covers, Centerpieces, etc
Neatly made up,
NAPKINS 20 inch heavy mer
cerized napkins, floral and conven
at, a doz. . . . . .
NASHUA WOOL NAP BLANKETS
So constructed that you get the
warmth and service of an all wool
blanket. Plain gray with (J - y r?
4J X f J
Departments Can Please Yon.
Xo doubt many of your best dressed
friends are having "their work done
here. We have, ready for your in
spection, a number of sample suits
partly made up so that you may see
just what class of materials are be
ing ued therein. A visit does not
T a T 1
nxira v aiues in ooys
Serviceable School Clothes
BOYS" ALL 'WOOL, SUITS. A few suits in broken siaes left from our We
ST. SO suit sale. Serge lined coats, full lined pants. Some have two pairs
knickers. Heavy Fall weights in splendid colors. Jc (f
Regular $7.58 values. Special Monday V'WU
BOYS' CAPS. Made in the newest shapes. Come tn shepherd checks and
blue serge. Sizes 6 3-S to 7- OQ
59o values. Special Monday JVC
BOYS" CORDUROY SUITS. Made of an extra weight, dark brown English
corduroy. Coats are serge lined. These suits Ar nn
win stand the hardest wear. Sizes 6 to IS years. pJ.UU
BOYS' FELT HATS. Made of first quality felt in Fedora and Telescope
shapes in tan. blue and erray with bands to match. a i rr
Sizes 63-S to 7 7 sl.jU
striped border. A pair.
NASHUA WOOL NAP BLANKETS
Plain white, gray or fancy plaid
quality, at, a pair
A SUPERIOR QUALITY NASHUA
WOOL NAP BLANKET Tan or
white, with dainty colored stripe
border and with self d? Q OC
border effect, at, a pair. . J)5 oO
COMFORTS Light, fluffy soft cot
ton comforts with dainty floral siika
line covering. A very - ? Q
special value, each tp X 07
LARGE SIZE COTTON COMFORTS
Medium and heavy weights, silka
line and sateen covered. An excep
tional value at, CjO A Q
COMFORTS A superior quality cot
ton comfort, new carded cotton,
dainty floral silkaline coverings, neat
Iv tacked and Ct"0 C
knotted. Fach POf J
an . ., , i
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tunity to explain clearly why yoor savings should earn 4 percent,
and why your money will be absolutely safe if sent by mall to
this Institution. You may have occasion to thank us Tor this
Write to-day, and ask for oar New Booklet.
El Paso Bank and Trust Company
A Guaranty Finit Rule
El Paso, Tex.
THE VALUE OF PAINT.
Show a man the true value or Paint and he will profit by it. This char
acteristic is what builds up the paint business.
TELL. US TOUR PAIST TRO HOLES.
TUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO.
21 'i -i: No. Stanton. Phone 20S-:OS
WATER PROOF ELK SOLES
They Wear Looser.
Enterprise Shoe and Leather
31G Mesa Are.
lion of sales announce
ments in The Herald will
give your dollars en un
usual buying power.
City 29 hrs. 15 min.
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CITY TICKET OFFICE, Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Phones 594 or 5851.
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