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all rl:oth. In migtty natty
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groundwork Ii uLsuiply per
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tern r tdlItan ,anythlin
you'll see at this. price by
.wo muunths, thie notiCe
:I't to Interest 3o0u.
December 15th, and
until Christmas we
are going to GIVE
AWAY with each
purchase a Souvenir
that will be of inter
est to all Children.
Boots and Shoes,
311 Morgan Street,
6 ,- YEAR ,
TA r amas
oatln. ~O eatens
oan b t ra rmat ,
ef Deale eiý
-" Wmai Polm,
PELICAN AVE.. C. Vwrrr t St.
S -DIAIWRS IN
IMPORTED WINES, LIQUORS,
CIGARS, TOSACCO, ETC.
tlikevlle at. £ Oplusem Ave
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MARTIN S. MAHONEY,
fofe: 121 Cenmslt Stret,
m8 Pollon Ave
When in Need of
CUT FLOWERS t
'WEDDING BOUQUETSr AND
Teaspbs. wee or wire
838 Canal St.
eaeMe in Sr a nm tmm
CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAME OF
Thos. J. Larkin, Parish Priest.
Sunday (October 1 till June 1)
Masses: 6:15, 7:00; High Mass, 10:00,
Sermon; 8:15, Children's Mus, Sun
cay School; 4:30 p. m., Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament.
Sunday (June 1 till October 1)
Masses: 5:15, 7:00 and 9:00; Chil
dren's Mass at 8:30. Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament after the last
Weekdays-Masses, 6:00, 6:30, 7:00.
Wednesday, Children's Mass at 8:16.
Baptisms-October 1 till June 1,
from 2 to 4 p. m.; June 1 till October
1, 4 to p. m.
I Confessions every day from 6 to 7
a. mn. Saturdays and eves of Feasts,
from 4 p. m. till b:30 p. m.
Sick calls at any hour, day or night.
It is, however, requested that notice
of such calls be given in the fore
Altur Soc.ety the first Tuesday, In
the Rsctury, at 7.b0 p. m.
Confurence St. Vincent de Paul,
Ievery Monday night, in the Rectory.
at 7:30 p. m.
Holy Angels Sodality, on the first
Wednesday, in the Convent, at 3:30.
Young Ladies' Sodality on the
fourth Monday, in the parlors of the
Rectory, at 7:30 p. m.
Children of Mary, on the third Sun
Altar Boys, St. John Berchman's So
dality, on the third Tuesday in rec
tory at 7 p. m.
Apostleship of Prayer-Gentlemen
promoters on Friday following the
third Sunday, in Rectory, at 7 p. m.
Lady promoters on the fourth Sun
day, in Rectory, at 6 p. m.
Holy Name Society, every third Sun
day in the Church at 7:30 p. m. The
Omcers and Board of Councillors, on
the Friday following the third Sunday
in the Presbytery at 7:30 p. m.
MOUNT OLIVET CHURCH.
Rev. W. S. Slack, Rector, 235 Olivier
St. Telephone, Algiers 235.
Sundays-Holy Communion, 7:30
a. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.;
Morning Prayer or Litany and ad
dress, 11 a. m.; Confirmation Class
(children). 4 p. m.; Evening Prayer
and sermon, 7:30 p. m.
Holy Days, Holy Communion, 7:30
a. m. unless otherwise announced.
Vestry meets first Thursday of each
month at the Rectory, 7:30 p. m.
Ladles' Guild meets Tuesday after
the third Sunday at the Rectory, 7:30
Senior Chapter Brotherhood of St.
Andrew, second and fourth Tuesdays
at the Rectory, 8:00 p. m.
Choir Guild first Tqesday after prac
Girls' Friendly Society, second
Thursday at 7:00 p. m., homes of mem
Missionary Society, second Friday.
4 p. m
Teachers' Meeting, Saturday, 7 p. m.
TRINITY EV.-LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Cor. Olivier and Eliza Streets.
Rev. Fred Wambsganss, Pastor,
Residence: 438 Olivier Street.
Sunday Services, 10:30 a. m.
German-Every first, third and flfth
English-Every second and fourth
Sunday School-9:00 a. m.
Weekday Services-Conducted in
the English language, every Thursday
Snight 7:30, from October to June.
Communion serviees are previously
Church festivals observed by special
A parochial day school, conducted
Eby a special teacher, in connection
with the church.
t every first Meaday, 7:30 p. m.; Get
man raenverern, every first Wed
nesday, 3 p. m.; Helping Band Cirle,
every first Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.;
t Young People's Soclety, every soeond
Tuesday, 7:30 p. a.
John Ioster, Pastor, 14 IDelaronde St.
MornYatng arvice, 10:415 a.; eve.
stang srvie, 1:451 p. a.; 8unday
School. :SO a. i.; Junior Epworth
Lasgue, 4:00 p. a.; Seaior Upworth
I :Lague, 7:60 p. m.
Junorr Epwlrth League Soal and
Buslm meting at the church on
the mseod rIday. 7:3 p. a.
ealor pworth League Lterary,
Social and Bsiness meetins at the
crch on the ourt lh Priday, I:30 p.
Woman's Home Mission Sooelety at
the church on the first Tueday of
each month and on third Tuesday of
ach month at the ho mes of It moenm
hus at 1:30 p m.
Choir prtne every Saturday at
the church at 1:30 p. m.
Suaday school is held ever Sundaq
evening at 3 o'clock and preach t ev
ery second Sunday at Pythia Hall by
the Rev. J. C. Barr.
Where and When They Meet and Ad
dressee of Their Omaeers.
8T". JOHN LODGE NO. 158.
Sts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and LA.
M.. mets every Tuesday evening In A
Masoe Hall, coruer Olivier St. ad
Poellca Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. t
W. M., Shbade G. Smith, 625 Belle
vl t.; 8. W., edH Gait; J. W,
Adolph Spltzfaden, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo.
Herbert, Jr.; Secretary, L J. Peterson,
518 Verret St.; Tyler, W. Senat; Stew
ards. W. Lucas, J. M. Couget; S. D.,
A. W. Lucas; J. D., E. Dosher.
CRESCENT LODGE NO. 3.
Crescent Lodge No. 3, K. of P..
meets every Friday night in Pythian
Hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Theo. Olsen, C. C.; Roger Chestnut,
V. C.; Jules B. Babin, M. W.; E. E.
I- Babin, 307 Delaronde St., K. of R. and
erson. M. E.; C. Barthaut, M. A.; C.
Miller. I. G.; Louis Martin, O. G.; Pe
ter Clement, representative; Jules Ba
bin, alternate: Louis Peterson, Dr. C.
SV. Kraft and F. C. Wagner, trus
Stee-s; C. Miller, janitor; Dr. Jno. A.
r Rupp and Dr. W. Ii. Weaver, physic
ians; E. J. Mothe, undertaker: E. E.
L HALCYON LODGE NO. OS.
e Meets second and fourth Thursday
of each month; quarterly meetings,
first Thursday in January, April, July
and October, in Pythian Hall, at 7:30
(;ustave Peterson, 339 Elmira Ave.,
chancellor commander; August C.
Bt 1rill, vice chancellor; Geo. W. Stewart,
prelate: J. 1'. Lewis, master of work;
SWin. A. Scholl, 132 Lavergne street,
e keeper of records and seal; John
I'orzler, master of finance; Frank
H- eiinning, master of exchequer; James
O. Stewart, master-at-arms: J. T.
Sllughes, inner guard; J. T. Stuherland,
.outer guard: .los. Hughes, Sr., grand
lodge representative; James O. Stew
p art, alternate; Dr. J. E. Pollock for
e Algiers. Dr. C. F. Gelbke for Gretna
and Dr. W. B. Clark for New Orleans,
lphysicians. Jno. A. Barrett, under
VIRGINIA LODGE NO. 136.
I Virginia Lodge No. 136, K. of P.,
meets on the second and fourth Mon
days of each month in Pytlhian Hall at
7:30 p. m.
Chancellor commander, W. B. Ow
r ens, 440 Elmira Ave.; vice chancellor.
B. Voegtlin; prelate, J. Pendas; keep
0 er of record and seals, L. F. Gisch, 538
Elmira avenue; master of exchequer.
I- H. Acker; master of finance, S. G.
B Smith; master-at-arms, A. J. Besson;
r inner guard, W. Goodwin; outer guard,
G. X. Fresch; grand lodge representa
D tive, S. G. Smith; alternate, A. F.
Kaufmann; physician for Algiers. Dr.
I .Jno. A. Rupp; for McDonoghville and
Gretna, Dr. W. H. Weaver.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.
ST8. JOHN CHAPTER NO. 35.
8ts. John Chapter No. 35-Meets on
the second and fourth Mondays of
each month in Masonic Hall, at 7:30
Worthy matron, Mrs. Eleanor Nel
son, 323 Bermuda St.; worthy patron,
Mr. Arthur Lucas; associate matron,
Mrs. Amelia Smith; secretary, Mrs.
Augusta Burgis, 528 Bouny street;
treasurer, Miss Selina Sutherland;
conductress, Mrs. Jennie Reyn.
olds; associate conductress, Mrs. Ele
lyn Corbett; warder, Mrs. Lily Good
lett; sentinel, Mr. John Cougett; Ada,
Miss Olga Nelson; Ruth, Mrs. Flor
ence Amuedo; Esther, Mrs. Erminie
Riehl; Martha, Mrs. May Pollock; El
eota, Miss Ruby Vanderlinden; chap
lain, Mrs. Lizzie Borden; marshal, Mrs.
SJosephine Weaver; organist, Mrs. Vi
ORANGE GROVE NO. 9.
SOrange Grove No. --Meets on the
first and third Thursday of each month
I in Pythian Hall, 7:30 p. m.
Amelia Smith, guardian, 625 Belle
SLizzie Borden, clerk, 549 Vallette
Street; Via Demath, amritant clerk.
Anna Vanderlinden, puast guardian;
Mary Jacobs, advisor; Hattle Tufts,
-banker; Shade G. Smith, attendant;
Louise B. Casanova, chaplati; Dr. J.
Ernest Pollock, physician; Marguerite
I Capdevielle, inner sentinel; Josephine
Mock, outer sentinel; Orace Praitt,
Emma Short and Ida Hymel, nmanaers;
Agnes Hayes, organist; Jno. A. Bar
OERMAN BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA.
I Meets on the frst Wednesday of ev
ery month at Reeeky's Hall at 1:30
p. m. Hemry Dieblman, president; Ju
lius Hambacher, vlce-president; Geo.
Brunsann, treasurer; Frank Kreemer,
435 Bouany 8L, recording secretary;
Philip malaser, iniacial secretary;
John Klainger, ehairman sick con.
mittee; John Tesberl, ehatirm- at
widow and orphans' committee; Wil.
l1am Odenwald, marshal; Dr. M. J.
Maeat physici ; George Brme
sana, udertaker. Addres all letters
and communlcatlos to Prsank Kra
mer. 655 Beellevllo street.
WORKINOMEN'S UNION Ate 3E.
Meets every thirdt Weseday at
ech month at Pythia all
John Schroder, Jr., President, Ope
lousas Ave. and Ndnes Bt. or Court 1
Ias P. Wma Vises Predenut, 615
C. . Hlldbsrad, Treasurerm , 4
3. A. Mel usb ee n ser
G. G. Bruassaa U. M., 243 Morgan
P. Ganthreauz, Sergeant at Arms.
808 Belleville St.
Ed. Lawton, chairman of Relief Com
mittee, 437 Opelousas.
Dr. J. R. Adams, physician.
G. G. Brunasana, undertaker, 243
ORIENT COUNCIL, TEMPERANCE
Meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of
each month in Pythian HalL
H. J. O'Keefe, Commander.
H. A. Pujol, Vice Commander.
J. E. Huckins, Secretary and Bank
er, 324 Alix St
J. O. Stewart, Financial Secretary.
Geo. W. Stewart, Chaplain.
Dave Lewis, Inner Guard.
Arthur Davis, Outer Guard.
Ed. Grimes, Sentinel.
Knights of Honor
ALGIERS LODGE No. 2549.
Algiers Lodge No. 2549, K. of H.,
meets every third Tuesday of each
month in Renecky Hall, corner Val
lette and Patterson streets.
Chas. F. Fetherling, dictator; Chas.
W. Brodtmann,. vice-dictator; Patrick
Hardtnett, assistant dictator; Chas. H.
Brownlee, reporter; J. D. Richard, fin
ancial reporter; Thos. A. Rhodes,
treasurer; Albert Bourgeois, guide;
Camile Berthaut, chaplain; W. A. Nel
son, guardian; L. C. Murphy, sentinel.
Yes, death Is at the bottom of the cup,
And every one that lives must drink it up.
And yet between the sparkle at the top
And ehe black lees where lurks that bitter
There swims enough good liquor. heaven
To ease sour ;earlts of all our other woos
The bubbles rise in sunshine at the brim.
That drop below Is very far and dim.
The quick fumes spread and shape us
such bright dreams
That In the glad delirium it seems
As though by some deft slight, if so we
That drop untasted might be somehow
--V. D. Howells.
The Villain Still Pursued Her.
Channing Pollock cites a certain
melodrama produted a few years ago
on Fourteenth street. New York, as
containing t Ihe
busiest and most
lain ever created.
In the first act
be tied the beau
tiful heroine to a
Just as the limit
ed was due. In
the second he
lured her into an
old house, then
locked her in an
upper room and STARTED TO MARK
set the place on LOVE.
fire. In the third he strapped her un
der a buzzsaw and set the machinery
in motion. In the fourth he tore the
planking out of the Brooklyn bridge,
so that her automobile plunged through
to the raging flood below.
In the fifth act he started to make
love to her. She shrank from him.
"Why do you fear me. Nellie?' he
--- The -
A Mutual Surprise.
A Springfield woman grew suspicious
of her husband and believed him to be
Ia the habit of kissing a pretty servant
girl in her em
ploy, so she de
cided to watch
him and catch him
; In the act. She
heard him enter
the kitchen quiet
ly one evening
when the pretty
servant girl was
out. She imme
Jbh.41~ dLately placed a
shawl over her
aaucx A xATca, head, slipped down
the back stoop and, with matches in
hand, entered the dark kitchen by the
back door and was almost immediate
ly seized and kissed in the most ardent
Bent on administering a terrible re
buke, the enraged wife tore loose from
his embrace and struck a match.
There, with his knees knocking to
gether, stood the servant girl's beasu.
He beas misery best who hidte U
OF THE NEW ORLEANS-NETHERLANDS$
STATE OF LOUIRIANA. PARISH OF OR I
LEANS. CITY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Be it known, That on this the first day I
of December in the year one thousand ninaeI
hundre and ten, before me, Alexis Brian, I
a Notary Puble in and for the Parish of
Orleans, State of Iulsioala, duly commis
sioned and qualified, ad in the preseace
of the witneses hereinafter named and I
undersigned, personally came and appeared
the persons whose names are hereto sub- I
scrlbed, all above the fall age of majority,
who severally declared that, availing them
selves of Act 5 of 188, uas well uas the I
general laws of the State of Louisiana rela. I
tire to the organastlon ot eorporatios, I
they hereby form thesmleves into and con- I
stitate a eorporatiM for the objects aud
ierposes and uder the stipulations here- I
isfOtr set forth.
Thm ame sad title of the ermtalon a
LAJ.N3THrLANq$ (IANT. ItsI
aumle shall be the City t New Or- a
Nsas. 8tste e feilIlamssaad it dshal have
ase sQ ee~ -eie cee ste () r
ties shal ave pekar d autheelM toy em
tract, sue, and be sued in its corporate
name: to make and use a corporate s-.al:
to hold. receive, hire and pur-hias- rta.l anti
personal property and to sell. mort -i ;. or
pledge the same, and to borrow money and
issue bonds. nlotes and other o'lig; in;.
All citations or other legal process shall
be served upon the president. andt in the
event of his absence or inability to act fromt
any cause, the same shall l.' served op,-,n
the vice-president or any other olfti.r in
New Orleans. louisiana.
The objects and purposes for which this
corporation is orgalnized, and the naturr.
of the business to te carried on by it are
lre,.by declared ito bI:
To purchase. or otherwise acquire, erect,
construct, equip, improve, extgotd. work. de
velop, operate. maintain own, repair, con
trol, sell leaste or otherwise dispose of
water rights, reservoirs. dams, canals, tun
nels. ditches., fluies. drainage systetms, con
trolling works, power plant; and irriga
tion works or plants, of whatsoever kind
or nature, for tihe purpose of irrigating
lands, reclaiming submerged lands, or star
ing waters, and the drainage and conveying
of waters from one place or places to
another pla-ce- or places.
To purcham,., lease or otherwise aniquire,
erect. equip, improve, extend, work, d.evelop,
op. rate, maintain, own, repair control sell.
lease or otherwise dispose of water rights,
reservoirs, dams, canals, tunnels, ditches,
flumes, drainage systems, controlling works
power plants, or plants of whatsoever kind
or nature, for thet purpose of purchasing,
leasing or otherwise acquiring, and selling,
leasing, or otherwise disposing of power,
light, heat, or energy in whatsoever form
or nature, and the exercise of the customary
and necessary powers incident thereto.
To acquire by purchase or otherwise own,
hold, buy, sell, convey, lease, mortgage or
encumlber re.al estate or other property. per
sonal or mixed, and to survey, subdivide,
plat, improve and develop irrigated, sub
merged and other lands for pirposes of sale
or otherwise, and to do and perform all
things needful andi lawful or the develop
ment and improvement of the same for agri
cultural, planting, cattle raising, residence,
trade and business.
To purchase, or otherwise acquire, and to
hold. own or control, receive. store, convey,
deliver, sell, lease or otherwise dispose of
water. ice or moisture in any form, or rights
of any nature in and to water, or the usage
igenerally to carry on or undertake any
otiher business of the same general nature
which from time to time seems to the di
rectors of this corporation capable of being
conveniently carried on in connection with
the above objects. or calculated directly or
indirectly to r-ender valuable or enhance the
value of any of the company's privileges or
rights, and which is lawful in Louisiana.
for a corporation so organized.
The capital stock of this corporation is
herebly fixed at the sum of seventy-tie thou
sand dollars ($75.000), divided into and
represented by seven hundred and fifty
75o0) shares of the par value of one hun
dred dollars (1090.)
Said stock shall be paid for In install
ments of such amounts and at such times
as the Board of Directors may determine.
but any part or parcel of said stock may
be istsued by said Board of Directors at not
less than par. in payment of labor done or
property actually received by said corpora
This corporation shall commence business
and he a going concern as soon as one
hundred (1001 shares of its capital stock
shall have l,en subscribed for, and this
Charter signed and executed by the incor
All the corporate powers of this corpor
ation shall be vested in and exercised by a
board of five (5) directors, to be composed
of stockholders, three (3, of whom shall
constitute a quorum for transacting all bus
iness. The Board of Directors shall be vest
ed with full power and authority to make
all contracts, purchases and sales, and adopt
all by-laws, rules and regulations for the
government of the business and affairs of
the company, and alter, amend and change
the same at pleasure; appoint, hire and dis
charge all omcers, agents and employees, fix
all salaries, and genetally do and perform
all things necessary in the transaction of
the business and afairs of the company. Any
vacancy occurring in said board shall be
filled by the remaining directors in the man
ner provided for in the by-laws.
The first Board of Directors of this cor
poration shall consist of Cornelius J. Ton,
William Brusse. Dirk W. Jellema. Chas.
Kleinhulzen and J. Arthur Dixon. with the
said ('ornellus J. Ton as president, William
Brusse as vice-president, Dirk W. Jellema
as secretary, and ('has. Kleinhuizen, treas
utrer who shall hold their offices until the
third Tuesday in February. 1911. or until
their successors are duly elected and quail
On the third Tuesday in February, 1911.
and annually thereafter, an election for di
rectors shall be held at the office of the com
pany, under the supervision of three com
missioners to be appointed by the presi
dent, and the directors then elected shall
take their seats immediately and shall hold
office until their successors are duly elected
and qualified. Each board shall elect its
own officers, which shall consist of a presi
dent, a vice-president, a secretary and a
treasurer; two of said offices may be held
by the same person.
All corporate elections shall be by ballot,
and a majority of the votes cast shall elect,
and at all stockholders' meetings held for
any purpose, each share of stock shall be
entitled to one vote either in person or by
proxy, by the person in whose name same
is registered on the books of the company,
and the Board of Directors may close the
stock transfer books for a period not ex
ceeding thirty days before any meeting.
Written notice of stockholders meetings
shall be given to each stockholder by the
secretary at least ten (10) days prior to
elections, by mailing same, postage prepaid,
to his last known postomce address.
The Board of Directors shall have power
to establish stock transfer agencies under
reasonable rules and regulations, In the
Cities of New Orleans, Loulsiana, Chicago.
Illinois, and at such other places as they
may deem necessary and the business of the
corporation shall require.
This act of incorporation may be changed.
altered or modified, or this corporation dis
solved, with the assent of three-fourths
(3-41) of the stock present or represented
at any general meeting of the stockholders
convened for that purpose after thirty (30)
days' prior notice of such meeting shall have
been given by publication in one of the
daily newspapers published in the City of
New Orleans, by fivre (5) publicatlons during
said period. and such changes as may be
made in reference to the capital stock shall
be made in accordance with the then exist
lng laws on the ttabject.
Whenever tbhis corporation Isa dissolved,
either by limitation of its charter or from
any cause, its affairs shall be liquidated by
three (3) commissioners to be appointed
from among the stockholders at a meeting
of the stockholders convened for that pur
pose after thirty (30) days' prior notice
shall have been given by the secretary to
each stockholder. Bald eommissloners shall
remain in ofce until the affairs of said cor
poration shall have been fully liquidated.
In case of the death of either commissioner,
the survivors shall continue to act.
No stockholder of this corporation shall
ever be held liable or responsible for the
contracts or faults thereof In any further
sum than the unpaid bhalance due to the cor
poration on the shares owned by him, nor
shall any mere informality in organlization
havo the ffeet of renderling this charter
null, nor of exposing a staoekholder to any
liability beyond the amount of his stock.
The subscribers hereto have each written
opposite their names the number of shares
subscribed for, so that this eact may also
serve as the original subscrlption Ilit.
Thus done and passed In my notarial of
fIee, in the City of New Orleans, Louisiana,
in the presence of Edward Wisner and Geo.
W. Schweltser, competent witnesses of law.
ful age, and residing in this city, who
hereunto subscribe their names, together
with said partles and me, notary, on the day
and date set forth in the caption hereof.
Original signed: Cornellaus J. Teaon, sixty
bnares; Win. Brsse, ten shares; Chas.
Kleinhuisen, ten shares: Dlrk W. Jellema,
ten shares;: J. Arthur Dixon, ten shares.
Witaesses: Edward Wiaer, Geo. W.
ALEXIS BRIAN, Notary Public.
I, the undersigned, Recorder of Mortgages
in and for the Parish of Orleans, State of
Loussana, do hereby eertify that the above
and foregoingl act of incorporatldh of the
New Orletans-Notheralde Compeay was thIs
day duly recorded in my oee ain beSk 1018,
folio -. New Orleans, Dee. , 1910.
(Signed) EMILE ~AONARD,
I hereby certtiy the foregola a th
to be a true and creat eot oftha orIlaal
act of itpentIe thbe New Orls
Netherta Coma, e with the cer
tate of the oetisr of M s a e
and of reord tn s idee.
In thtt r s I have hereunto set my
hea a d moat tL ird day at Deemher,
191 0. A BRIAN,
De8. 15 2223 and ec. 1 ItI
(Mat) Netry EUe.
George G. Brunssann,
Funeral Director and Embalmer,
243 MORGAN STREET. PHONE. ALGIEP.
GOOD Union Saloon.
201" MOROAN STREET -
JOE. TALLON. - - ro,,.,,:
COLD "" '"""- - - - - *
B E E R Fine Wines, Liquors. Cigars.
and Tobacco. UNION BEF E
Thee. J. Lala,
Dealer in High Class Food Produt;,,s
Cooking Utensils, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of
Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran. Grain. Etc.
TECHE A SLIDELL AVE PHONE, ALGIERS 60.
GEORGE J. PETERSON
Pittsburg Coal and Coke
LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD
Yard and Offee: 8268 seola street. Rieeldenees 421 Plleen Av
PHONE. ALGIERS 454-W.
It you spend One Hundred
Thousand Dollars you can't get
a Sewing Machine equal to the
s91 Canal St., New Orleans, La.
Beer Brewed in New Orleans is
brewed to suit the climate.
A That is why
S Is Best BOTTLED
American Brewing Co.
BREWERY PBONE MAIN IN
BOTTLING DEPT. - . . MAIN 14l
Beef, Veal, Pork and Mutton,
St. John's Market.
J. SPRADA'S CAFE
FIRST-CLASS GERMAN SALOON
Just at Ferry Landing ALGIERS, LA.
DIXIE BEER, Always Fresh. All Other Bottic Beers. Fine Wines,
Liquors, Cigars, Etc. HOT MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Furaished Rooenms at Popular Prices First-Class Services
ride and eahibitl
lW e m everyher
alotCN DAYS' PRE TRAL during wich time you mauy ride the hry~ rle an4
W t et w a ish If o a re ., : not pectly satialied or di' not s. b tO
AErTaI UeT c e thi~ thear W theet grad bic lea its poribles matn
,ha oer . I Wt wIrh M p roove ctaol factory uv
ao a middcm. aa' - I bgseir et ofu and havre the manuaturer'l guam
a nee behind yor bicycle. DO ino 3t bicycle acor p.itro s bic l
p a rics r be nSS owr a ues adlarn r unard of /r
Putsto rde:,a.gents. . ,
1FIE Ultsdo suRperb models at the E.fa/
h i jrwerret amakeyo this year. We rll the shihetrade bicyrls tor les ni,,
orthan n other facoy. We me sid w i.oo prott above lactor
eCl DEALERS yucan selrOl owcyles undud yu own name pate a
isue ourDicerdes old the day received.
t SEOl hD DIroLES, We do not reguLr andle sond hand bieryles.
u ly hven naumber t hand te ion trade byo_ Cbic retail stores. "lhee vr cles0
mprthy at priae raging 5al to 05 or 61. D ,n barain Ilsts n:valed tree.
nncuemasomers ealg th whelrl pstrsa reoIeseeapln e and eda, prs. repsars
. r eu.. e ab. m ir al aat harfi ml ,,f cast.
r e T rej 'alar BArda.lp I hw Ir o& oi
aleua·cr aoneirla mitorM.f0(c e areerd f S).
NAUS ?aks egOi will a ! moO 3. Ohs
beal. e Ief s3 bour d pair sold last yres,.
ar tw~ tsdr, houead pai rm aow In ure
nc~~-g -5ladeiusll retae ItislIvely
kner thait ye of rabbe, wheeer bttotla
Wemu wtd whetich el as p treal1 puresrat wieace, tacthost remarkable tire oher
allow- . 1Isk the thfit* rubber tiMac
inihesirtoesape. Wes, h oa s h a letteersf rommt *a,, ud puncturee sntrosoy.
Le o •a •nrar.ttn t theirtfrealhave.onl ben pumped 'D," also rim strip 1i
upone.ortwscelnawboleaeaaon. Theynwele I.3 p mmwrev-nt rim rutting. Thld
anordiaryttire. thiepuncturer. eistingqualtiresbelnggivesL grll outlast any othej
lbrthderoeonlx~4 o per pair. ALordersahipped·a ed IdayletterIs reived. We ship O P
-- Yu do mot lpeyi rent until y have mretined ata fonad them strictly a, reprie'T(.-i
5WewI~mL ow aL OM& i f ct(tereby Pakioi the price 54.511 p ppati \i'
-na us- lastl r ormr OI, D od thldet-imr eat.o nan no run 0 _',
LISI all 6rd" am e f O ~ retsraed at OUr expense if for any rea0 they ar
net rt yen ezaminiation. e atre perfectly relable nd money sent to uj s as sale a4 inq
UI you order S iSl of tee tire5. 7 Will ad that they will ride easer. run ,flat
mar better, liat iongerd laoLo dlnertha ay tirs yh ave wer used a sen at any p" Ic_ -'
know that yeu willbose we.ll _plesd that wie y want a bicycle you will give 0 your ord..i
We 1a ye to sadei a trial ouder art eoue, heate!?s renaitable tire Drer. .
don't buy aykind at any plrceuntil you en.d for P'a
__ Irl)QI I ledgetboe1 ]tlre-oroof tUrrte approval aud tri -.
tbeaeal trdseiyPrhs cuuoe daberwe s wrte fse, Mge au . sun d ry Catalogue w ,C
desai amue saq uI eslfl n d sa d ell ritl Isb~ altlhe usual . -Jc
Glow warnq e. W 51tI ftimb'y u noUtilyeannorwthe new and w i
inlynna postol to hersa eemTdryt Writeit OW.
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