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.egpst several days.
C. V. Kraft entertained the
Afternoon Euchre Club.
players were Mrs. H.
Iai" for Mrs. F. Goebel).
A.Oatsad. and Mrs. J. W.
S, . 3. A. Tansey received
The next meeting
Mtbs home of Mrs. U. J.
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S rgara returned to Gal
spending a few days
He sailed from there
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Mr Edwln C. Kohn was a visitor
to Pointe-a-La-Hache last week.
Mrs. M. Dickey and sister, Mrs.
Claiborne of Washington, D. C., are
spending the winter here the guests
of the former's son and daughter-in
law, Mr. and Mrs C. U. Dickey.
A number of Algerines were seen
horse-back riding Sunday morning in
the City Park. A delightful morning
was enjoyed by the Misses Claire
Gertrude and Margaret Finley. Mabel
Comeaun. Martha McNeeley, Christine
Giblin, and Claire Cassidy, Master
Finley and several others.
Mrs. R. J. Borne of Bowie. La., is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hy Autin of
The many friends of Mr. F. Lecourt
will be glad to see him out again.
Mrs. Kinberger and baby of New
York arrived here Tuesday to make
their home. Mr. Kinberger will join
SERVICE IS BOOMING!
No. 801 is the first of 100 new ears
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!0 BARONNE tMET
The many friends of Mrs. L. Fourt
net will regret to learn of her illness.
Mrs. L. M. Tufts announces the en
gagement of her daughter Irma Eliza
beth, to Mr. Thomas Dupuis, the wed
ding to take place on December the
eighteenth at Mt. Olivet Episcopal
Church. Their friends are invited
through this medium to the church.
Miss Elouilse LeCourt returned after
spending several months in Detroit,
Mich., and New York City. En route
home Miss LeCourt was the guest for
ten days of Mrs. Frank Skelly of Chi
cago, IlL, (formerly Sadie (arland
of our town.)
Bobby Burns' Snuff Box.
Robert Burns was never happier
than when he could "pass a winter
evening under some venerable roof
and smoke a pipe of tobacco or drink
water grueL" He also took tobacco
In the form of nuff. Mr. Bacon, who
kept a celebrated posting-house north
of Dumfries, was his almost inlep.
arable companion. Many a merry
night they spent together over their
cope of foaming ale or bowls of whis
ky toddy, and on some of these occa
seios Scotland's great bard composed
several of his best-loved convivial
songs. The bard and innkeeper be
came so attached to each other that,
as a token of regard, Burns gave Ba
con his snuff box, which for many
years had been his pocket comoanlos.
If you are interested in Fall Clothing and what it will cost
you, read this announcement If you want to buy,
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
FOR A CHARGE ACCOUNT
Silk Seal Plush Coats, Shawl Collar, Full
SU IT S ined, Belted or Loose back Models. Special
V Velour and Bolivia Cloth, with fur or Plain
Velour, Tricotine, Broadcloth, Polret Twill Collars, Bell Sleeves and Embroidery. Ex
and Tweed. Handsomely Lined Models. Em" ceptioially low priced at $19.75
broidered, Braided, Plain and Fur trimmed. The new Sport Models in Tweed Mixtures
Large wide sleeves. If you contemplate buy- are very attractively priced rom S19.75 P
ing a suit, dont fail to see our display. go W e have cots in Broadcloth, Bolivia, Nor
models to select from in all the popular colors. mandy, etc., with Fur or plain Collars up
Priced from u - SA3 .7p. - S39.75
A large and select Uie of Coat Suits, Costs,
ad Dresses, designed and made up espe0elly
for smi-stots and ooets. All modermats
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You will find a wonderfult Garments
assortment of Trimmed Hats
for every oecaion, with the A Skirt and Sweater or Waist
individuality and smartness makes an attractive street gar
that every woman wants. Priced meat. You will find them here
om---5.00 to $10.00 ia a variety of models and
Your wardrobe is not complete material,
witkhut a Fur. We have them
from the small choker to the
large Scarf Cape and Fur Coat.
The price will be as pleasing as
tea rent. All the newest novelties in Silk
SUnderwear, Petticoats, Kimonas
Suits and Overcoats
DRESSES o ,%= Overco "t
DRESSES For men and Young Men. Cheviots.
" In Poir Twill, Tricotine, Velour, Worsted, Tweeds, Serges, and Pencil
Crepe-back Satin and Lace. In all the Stripes in all the different shades. Durable,
Mew draped and plain models. Some have long wearing Wool Fabrics, in Belted
panel effects and the new irregular hem. Sport and Conservative Models Priced
Embroidery, beading, bralding. sad the hom 21 00 to $39.50
large buckles all help to make our dresses
>sl :stand out as being first with the latest. SHIRTS
T c r 7 In Madna Broadcloth. Silk and Crepe
de Chine. Priced-S2, to 50
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.I k TYee as Omasment
aIndla braves deeerated themselvus
with neeklaces made et claws taken
trom the most feroeleos maimal In
Ameri c the grimly bear. Only the
lquaws wore elk teeth as decorations,
and they used only those from the
anlmals killed for food and clothlang.
Now the white men are following the
fashion of the squaws, but are pay
ing a price that tempts the lowest
characters to slaughter and waste the
elk for these really worthless trinkets.
A fuller understanding of the history
and signlficance of the custom of
wearing elk teeth should have an in
fuence In depreciating the market for
them and thus removing the Incen
tive for this wanton destruction of
our noblest and most valuable game
CROWN & TULANE
Crown Bicycles $29.75 up
(Full Size) $30.00 up
Juvenile Rover Bicycles
Gas Betat & Son
610416 N. Claiborne Avenue
Phone Hemlock 870
Largest, Oldest and Most Re
liable Bicycle House South
"Death Valllf on Island of Java.
California is nat aloe In the dlb
Unetion of haing a "Death valley."
On the island of Java Is an oval
shaped hollow, near the summit of a
mountain, about 86 feet In depth and
half a mile wide, which, from the
deadly nature of Its atmosphere, Is
known as the "Valley of Death," or
the "Poison valley." The atmosphere
is loaded with earbonie acid gas, and
though not at eane fatal to human
beings, proves so to dogs or fewla.
The valley has seldom been e.
plored much beyond the borders, as
from there It is seen that the surface
of the ground Is strewn with the
bones of tigers, pigs, deer and all
kinds of birds, and also human beings
SEE US AT OUR
518 VERRET STREET
FOR REAL ESTATE
R. A. TANSEY
N. J. NOLAN, Manager
Phone Algiers 765-J
SCHLUTER'S JEWELRY STORE
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
4318 Magazine St. Near Napoleon Ave.
We have a number of automobiles seized by a certain bank in this
city which we are offering at remarkably low prices. Satisfactory terms
can be arranged. Pilot. Hup-Mobile, Allen, Winston Six, Chalmers, Reo.
Stevens, Fords, Studebaker, Veils, Havnes. Chandler, Baby Grand Cbevro
let. Stuts and many others to pick from.
W AmISO NAMN 1*Ams A SD MAT. TWUOCES F0 E
BONIFIDE SALES CO.
1000 CAOlWDUDI3 AT ZOWARD ATV. Phone *G-Ie0
This is to notify the public that the partnership of John F. Sullivan
and Raleigh J. Williams, former owners of the SUBURBAN DRUG
STORE has been dissolved, the business having been taken over
by the undersigned and will be conducted as the SUBURBAN DRUG
Phone Algiers 9156 JOHN F. SULLIVAN.
New Orleans Leading Tailors
CHEHARDY & MILKIE
DEALERS IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WOOLEIS
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR STOCK
71i Cemmes St. St. Charles Hetel Bldg. rheas MlMa M6
YOUR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
With us are as good collateral as your bonds with your bank.
We also specialize in loans on endorsements and other securities.
Investigate our several plans when in financial need.
REMEDIAL LOAN SOCIETY
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