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Intal, %; 0 i o ithe ' ortm ,
R.ess, which wan inf \ cal:sion in c.w Ocr
leans during the Water'ays (onven
tion, concludeh d its meeting with ienthu
siastif: arrange'Ienrrts lor goeid work
along the ltne ef preserving the timrnhr
of th south.
An ýorinr'n, was ofre'tl in the tNew
Orla '.' , ." ( 'it . v uc il , ist W'" 1 to in- 1
Public Works force. To an onlooker
it w .ucld sem [3 though insted of iit -
creasing th.e wages o(m ,f th e present
force, the wage should remain the same
and the force increased, in order toren
der the appearance of the C'rescent
City a itattle more agre'able, anparently
no retelnce b ;ng rad(f to !clan ,r
water the uptown streets.
Parisan police officials are proposing
some sort of regulation concerning the
wearing of hatpins in omnibuses, rail
way cars and other public places, th e t
number of accidents caused recently by
the enormous hatpins used to hold the
head gear of the (;ay Pari~ir'nne in
place rendering orne such action ne
Elertion n': i:: warik e pireathitt
county, hewtucky, rshuldteid in the death
of 'hut orne irnu." C'onsiderale trou
ble had then anticia tEd anti the state
troops had ,beei callded out.
It is intimated that the Ship Subsidy
bill supporlters will oppose the -eep
Wateriways Ihtlns in Congriesr.
Fifty persoand reeived the Carnegie
hero dl:ui.'dc in Pittsburg on Nov. 2.
anong them beping ulrs. i. E. Stewart
of Hammond, La., who was rewardcd
for saving a child's life.
The proposed tamendmnt of the
Marltiand constitution, by which it was
Imtended to distranchise the negro
voters, was defeated by a very nar
The Newcomb Aluonnn Association
has asked the ,oa;-J ot Administrators
of the Tulanc Educational Fund to ap
point an alumni of Newcomb. College
to fill the next vacancy occurring in the
Board., Every other department of
the great Tulane University is repre
sented on the Board except the Wo
men's College ar.d the Necwcomb Alum
nae Association is now tryingto rem- I
edy that injustice.
The N. K. Fairbanks Co. will enlarge
its present plant in Gretna, installing
a canning factory.
The plan inaugurated last December
to erectf a million and a half dollar
Southern Building in Washington, D.
C., is being worked out by John M.
Parker, president of the Southern Com
mercial Congrcss arnd others interestedi
in the move.
Baron Yasuya Uchlide has been ap
pointed by the Emperor of Japan to
succeed Baron Kugoro Takahira as
ambassador to the United States.
The State instituted suit at Rayville,
La.. in the Parish of Richland, on No
vember 6, to recover the Tensas lands.
The suit was instituted by the State of
Lcuisiana versus the Tensas Delta
Land Company, Ltd., to recover on be
half of the state large tracts of land.
The petition filed in Rayville charges
fraud and bribery in the deal, which
involves about a million acres of land,
now valued at six millions of dollars.
The Parish of St. Tammany, besides
being a haven of health for those
troubled with lung 'iisease is also mak-;
ing a good agricuiltural showing. The
recent reports of the assnessor show
that of rice in the parish there are
7,500 acres, 3,500 acres in corn, 15,000
in hay, 16,000o in potatoes, 200 in to
bacco and 40,000 devoted to pasturage.
St. Tammany produced 1,C009 barrels of
molasses last year, 300 barrels of asugar.
2800 bales of cotton, 87,500 bushels of
corn, 2,000 bu:,hcj. of oats, 13,000 bales
of hay, 120,00 bushle of potatoes.
St. Tammanny hast o advatage over
tb' other parisres of the statec, a
there, 1o to speak, both soil and air
Senator N. W. Aldrich spoke before
the Chicalgo Conurercial Club and bt -
Shis bcampaign iw favor of reform of
the rpurrene t of the United States.
The consi.tor of the University of
Copenhagen, Denmark, has declined to
picedb the prorosri of rJpa ~tioir.l
G..grapic Soeiet:, wvi.ich was to the cc
,ifl, 't that the Americaln . ,ciety shuuld w
1 v a comrnmittee lrestri t i .ierrn:'::,. ar
i.v n the North Ple records of D)r.
(Uc,(k art( e.xamined by the l)nN i
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',' . "ir'nI yeast, wVl..r' ; '' nt'-tny
; T i,-., .. . tr'"; . ., .r ., .f r.c't
S t.c,. iý ,'tt' :, T"r ,(,' haý lt
L fi: . (lc: t :.t i t ' eH',)rt to te- h
"r,";. t-,i, r,· turv yi and has finally ot- a
o taintd the (pr.,mise that it will he ,t!.o .
T,.1 , iat:t rnit-' ',ire made tI.i. < week
I t, ", ",'. ti'ne L i' ile and N'aslt ville a
tr,.,s r .r 'MobieIi, AN't., cross ties
1,1g 04i on tic track. T
I. ' aitd to. he, prcpartinto for a
war w:ith Austria, which is dated to at
,l'' tWO) yVarsi lhe .lce Stl
, A ,ir paper mtli to manufacture
d r)ir n r:i, and wrappi:ng pal er frottI
tht ,,a .teo th:tr iof e big iBugalusa t}
sa',v mill vwilS .,,on be (rected. The
• ,milwl v;i have a capacity of fifty tons
:tr tw,!"ty for h'oe'- and the building i
n and grur.ds will occupy twenty-five hi
The National Chrvsanthemnrn Show .
in contvention in Chicago, November 2, f
.1i, 4, ,, 6 and 7, awarded first prize
So',ver all exiibits to the "Elsie Pap
, worth," a new seedling, propagated in
a Nw Orleans.
A disappointing report was made by
the Audubon Park Commission to the
, e:iet that the commission may not re
baild the famoust Horticultural
IHail a:, it was. The hall has l,'ein a
landmark of New Orleans since the
('o ton Ctntennial Exposition of 18S4
and has proven one of the greatest at
k tractions of the Park and that it should
r in any way be reduced in size is quite a
disappointment. The Commission
aclims that the insurance money se
cured is :t result of the storm d4mage
to the hail is not sulliient to restore
The price of oysters has been raised
t by the Bayou Cook oyster fishermen,
e due to the short crop caused by the
, September storm.
t After a short lull in shortages, the
ly storm now seems to be breaking out
r again and the most recent delinquent
reported is Henry T. Hart, assistant
collector of the Illinois Central Rail
g road, who is reported short many thous
Sands of dollars in his collections.
e; The National Geographical Society
)Y has officially recognized the fact that
le Commander Peary reached the north
n pole and he was voted a gold medal by
the Society. This does not mean that
the Society discredits Dr. Cook's
tt cl.ims, which have not been suhrritted
h to the society yet, but simply that
.Commander Peary's claims have been
Le submitted and found satisfactory.
At the State Fair held in Shreveport,
ly La., the parish of Avoyellcs was a
p warded first prize for the best general
Boy's Corn Club exhibit, Avoyelles
iparish having seventy-one different ex
2. hibits in that line.
rt The State Board of Agriculture puts
d Louisiana's cotton crop for 1909 at 27?
e The National Association for the
s Study and prevention of Pellagra was
ro organized in Columbia, S. C. Nov. 4.
The New Orleans Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Childred pro
n poses taking up the matter of the man
s noer in which nurses neglect their small
)- charges in the public parks, some such
e actions being branded as "absolute
e cruelty" by the Society.
S Andrew Carnegie and Mrs. Russell
. Sage are each reported to have given
a million dollars for the suppression of
n disease, arnegie's to be used to fight
-pellagra and Mrs. Sage's tuberculosis.
e A false rumor was circulated last i
g week that Col. Roosevelt had been kill
ed in Africa.
er The National Waterways Commis
ar sion arrived in St. Paul. Minnesota,
). Nov. 5, and on the 6th started on its
4. iannual trip down the Mississippi River
-I to New Orleans, and is due to arrive
-d November 18.
U. S. Secretary of Agriculture, Hon.
p.. James Wilson, in an address before the
to National Farmers' Congress, said:
as "The place for the farmer now is in
the south, where the soil is friendly to
nearly every product of the country."
- The centrifugal workers of the
Is. American Sugar Refining Co.'s refinery
of at Chalmette went on a strike last:
ta week, but matters were quickly ad
d. Bortuna, the murderer of the baker,
e Knecht, has been denied a new trial
ch and must hang.
, A serious accident is reported tohave
Soccurred on board the battleship North
se the boilers blowing out and injuring
k- four men. The North Dakota w.s
he completing her four hour test of en
w durance off the New England coast at
re the time of the accident.
In an address at Augusta, Georgia,
President Taft advocated the creation
of a National Board of Health, using
Cuba and Panama as examples to illus
ir. trate the benefits of national control.
of A national board of health might be in
conflict with the state's rights theory.
'er In a battle in Nicaragua on Nov. 8,
- Zetaya's troop were ambushed and one,
hun kndred men were lost.
i The Southern Medical Association
ire jmet in annual session in New Orleans
I. lnst Tuesday.
oX The Southern Pacific Steamship An
jtilles, which was drived on the Florida
of ,ees by the storn in October,. will., ber
to, in ccmmr- on' again on'Nov. 24, aiter
-:l having had the effects E. ,he storm
comph't !vy removed and in addition to St
I which the boat has been recarpeted
and r,-novated thoroughly. Tx
The Uatieship .LMiisri3ippi made the
runti eJtwcten S(outi Pass :ad the Dela
-ware, ('als in f',';r payv and sixteen u,,
h,,u~. m:l.agi:g a record breaking trip. T'r
A \,Waa ; 's ~ufftirage (t'ub has been No
f,,rmed in Shreveport. La., with ten ast
charter nmemin)rs. Some eighty ~hreve- at
i;, t womeln ave proumisedi t, join. The
clb .as uy:.i)tl v Msiss J Jean an d r,
SKaK' ;, Grldo' of \New Orleans, who are
at:') :,rgan:izinar like clubs in Homer, as
:',I,(roV and Ruston. f
BIaton Rouglc has been experiencing an'
a drought sineo September 21. f
State Sup5,rintitndent of Education, uP
T. H. Harris, has ruled that a woman to
t : in, ligibl. to :hec po,.ition of parish'a
º uptrintendient of education, but has by
submittel the matter to the attorney to:
g ,tral for his decision. At present el'
Louisiana has one woman officiating in nl
the calacity of parish superintendent, lob,
HMiss Lizzie Mc(all of Cameron parish, sUn
and should Superintendent Harris' Ju
ruiing hold good, Miss McCall will loose it
her position. Ph
You may glean knowledge by read
ing, but you must seperate the chaff
from the wheat by thinking.
We Cannot Quite Forget.
The blue, blue morning glory
That twined 'neath mother's door,
Some old, old childish story
We fondly pondered o'er;
A handclasp warm and strong,
A look our eyes have met, ti.
Just a snatch of favorite song
We cannot quite forget.
Some trifle that once made
Our hearts wondrous glad,
A bid of friendly aid,
Dear foolish dream we had;
A kindly word of cheer
That soothed our wayward fret,
n And stilled a nameless fear- PI
We cannot quite forget,
e The sting of backbite keen,
i Thrust beyond defend;
The slight, low, cruel, mean.'
From one we thought a friend,
The hurt of trust betrayed, c
The yearning wild regret
e O'er some fair hope decayed
We cannot quite forget. l\
A little timely praise,
That proved the corner-stone Ir
In after darksome days,
t When self respect most flown,
,t And energy's pale star
About to calmly set r.
Beyond despair's dark bar- P:
We cannot quite forget. tr
The sorrow that we felt, i
v The blinding, burning tear it
t When we first turned and knelt in
Beside a loved one's bier
The day we could not speak,
y But !coked with lashes wet, i
Wt With whitened lip and cheek
We cannot quite forget.
d Our mothers love and care,
it Her love for you and me;
n The simple, trustful prayer
She taught us at her knee- t
As some faint breeze ablow,
In memory linger yet,
t, Those few words soft and low
- We cannot quite forget.
The peace and gentle rest o
s That came one summer night,
- When close unto our breast
We held our first-born tight, ti
Our own, our very own
s All mcthers owe a debt
- For that sweet joy alone
We cannot quite forget.
S SHERIFF'S SALES.
-State of Louisiana Parish of
h Succession of Valery 0. Schayot, Twenty-Ninth
c Judicial District Court. No. 741.
By virtue of and in obedience to an order of sale t
to me directed by the Honorable, the Twenty
:11 I Ninth Judicial District Cnurt in and for the Par
a ish of Plnquemines, dated the 12th day of Novem
Sber, 1909, in the above entitled suit, I have
advertised and will proceed to sell at public
t iauction on the premises at Pointe-a-la-Hache. La.
, on Saturday the 27th day of the month of Noven
ber, 1909, at 11 o'clock a. m., the following de- h
t scritnled property, to-wit: a
- i 1 Lot of Drugs
1"" Bottles and Corks
1"" Medical Instruments
S1 ". Books
1 ... Books 2
' 1 Book Case
S i1 Looking Glass
r 2 Vases
I Folding Lounge
5 Cane Chairs
2 Small Wooden Chairs
e 1 Bed
i: 2 Mattresses I
in 1 Armoir
o 1 Dresser
, 1 Wash Stand
I Towel Rack
1 Wash Bowl and Pitcher
1 Night Glass.
y 1 Bed Plate t
st 1 Lamp t
d-i 1 Small Looking Glass
1 Clock t
1 Single Iron Bed
r, 1 Wash Stand
al 1 Bowl alnd Pitcher
1 Lot of Silver Spoons r
1 Lot of Knives and Forks I
e 1 Fokling Table I
1 Wooden Safe
S1 Lot of Glasses
f 1 Lot of Crockery i
g 1 Side Board
1 Match Box
1- I Stove
at 1 Lot of Pots
1 Roll Wire
I Lot of Wooden Boxes
a, 1, Oil Burner
n, 1Iron Scale
I Bath Tub
l" 1 Axe
in I 1. Sprinkler
2 Pitch Forks
8 1 Step Ladder
IMMOVABLES BY DESTINATION.
1 Mare., named Daisy
0I Mare. named Nora
S1 Horse, named Meses
I Set of Harness
" Bills Collectable
da Stock in Lower Coast Gazette
er I Tems of Sake;-Cash.
I FRANK C. MEVERS,
erl Sberiff of the Parish o~ lau~ewines.
State of Louisiana, Parish of
Twenty-Ninth Judicial .)itrict Court No. 7C2..
Mrs. DIrestine Reggio. wife of .:imeon Is,;hael
Mathe. vs. Simr,. IlRauha.l Mathe, her hushar:d.
By virtue of aid inl obcdie:.ce to an order of .ic;z
ulie and sale to le dire ted by the Ilolnorabtl,, t,
'rwe ty-Nit th .udi!i;! Dihicr I cli ,ut in and f,: I)
the Pari nh of 'l i:unllellini. dated the t ii , f
Nov. 1909. it: the t~oive entitled successini lI have
adt ertis,+d a .i I i!l r'?( -"i t,, it !i at pubb!r a ctionii.
at the Courthou'e. at ',iite-a-t-tla-alche. La.. on .
S.tiedi:. thei i-tl. vf ti, of 1.,, i i t:1 f r i 'ecni r.
1 .t . at ?l o'c I, l: a. In.. :te f.llhwinr decrl}te i
property, to-' it;
A crttain ptortion or tract of land e tabioheld a:;
a sugar platUstion. situatcl on }.e left bantik f
the M:.-i.::ipii i'ice:, at sabut t.c:. to, mileh: (C
fruit the city of New t)l'i,:. ."surin twenty
and a half arilerts front on sai:l Mis.issippi River,
by the ordinary depth of forty ar pints less twenty
feet fror.t en said river by three hundred feet
upon whic h is erect.:d a brick buildin,: t'lorail.t.
to the Uniteid States, bounded ion the uplper line
by the ljiartatit: of Alc.xalier Rese, fur:nerly
M-tiana I:itaa., and or. the lover .c ide arid limit.
by the plantation of Louise Olivier and Colipany.
together with Itvelhing hou'.let, outihoue:, cabins.,
engineis, stables and other imlprovements the-etf
and all the appr,.tenances. the cattl.e, hlrsi.. oxe.n
mules rand avrincit:iral thereunto bt
longing or in anywise apnert:tinicg, being the
samet property acquired by Simeon R. Mathefrom
Jules I)elcry, on the 20 day of August, 186;8. by act 1
iassed before lRoblert J. Ker. Notary Public in the
city of New Orleanll rec'irded in the Parish of
Plaquemines on the:? 7th day of S-eptember. 1.G,
in Book 17 of Converyance-, 1'. 1.
Sei::ed in the above suit:
Terms of sale. Cash. . ME
FRANK C. MEVERS.
Sheli off f the Parish of Plaquemines.
I am applying for a pardon.
tsic:n:edl JIM fOODIRON.
Hiintinlg and t:es.aspU sing on the Urnion planita
tion. :ld ward, is not allowed and legal ipr'osecution
will follow v'iolatiori hi:erd. Na ot'- is ;er'iitiij
to pass through, or upon the outlet canal iI said
.IULE'S B. SAVOlE
Matnaoer ilJio:t Plahtatiot.
No hunting or trapping it allowed on Harlem
IHA.SI'E:L & DAVIS.
Arthur A. Lee of Daisy P. 0.. La. caught the
skiff describel below during the storm. Made of
cypress, 20 It. long, 7 ft. beam. 6 ft. across stern,
2 pair of oars. skiff painted black.
Notice is Hereby Given to All 1
- Whom it May Concern.
In accoirdance with Section of Act 277 of 18318.
that the 'undersigned are the owners of the
following d.scribed property:
That .said prenises have been posted by signs
conspicuously warning agairl:t hunting on said
premises. e.nd hunting and shooting as well as
trespassing on said premises is hereby prohibited,
notice of this fact being given by publication in
the Official Journal in the Parish of Plaquemines.
in which said lands are situated. Said lands are
located in Cubitts Gap on the East Bank of the
Mississippi Ri er. South of Main Pass and North
of Pass a Loutre and are more fully described as
The N. W. 1-4 of the N. W. 1-4: the S. F. 1-4;
the S. 1-2 of the N. E. 1-1 and the N. W. 1-4 of the
N. E. 1-4 of Sec. 13, T. 21 S.. I. 19 E. All of Sec.
S except the S. 1-2 of the S. E. i-1. S. W. 1-4 and
S. 1-2 of the N. W. 1-1 of See. 4. The W. i-2 a!d
the S. E. 1-4 and the S. . I- E N. t 1-4 of Sec.
9. The W. 1-2 of Sec. 10 All in T. 21 S. Ii. 20 IE.
in the S. E. Di.strict of Lociiana E. of the Mis.sis
All hunters and trappers are very respectfully
requested to refrain from hunting or trespas;ing
on said property and notice is further given that i
.said premises are in charge of comnrirent wardens:
who art in.tr:'cted to report I.11 viciatior.s of
J. C. WENiIK,
DELTA DiUCK CLUB.
WM. B. GRANT,
STo The Public.
Special notice is hereby given that no hunting i
will be allowed upon the property of this Company
- by order of the President.
STELLA I'LANTING & MFG. CO.,
A. BnA NT.
Dalcour. La.. Sept. 1. 19t9.
The public is hereby notified that I have bought
the bedding grounds. luggers, camps, etc.. of
SBaldo Biskup, and that neither I or the above
property, will be responsible for his debts.
MATEO S. MALETTA.
The undersigned hereby gives notice that no
, hunting or trapping is allowed on my premises
at Greenwood nor on the property leased by me
to Mr. Joseph Meyer, under penalty of law.
DR. E. J. RODREQUEZ.
2.th Judicial District Court. Parish of Plaque
mines-Mrs. Dorestine Regio;i. wife of Simeon
Raphael Mathe vs. Simeon Ralphaeli Mathe. her
This case came on regularly fixed for trial. Pres
ent-Oliver S. Livaudais. Attorney for Plaintiff;
Mrs. Doreatine Reggio, wife of Simeon Raphael
Mathe. Defendant Simeon Raphael Mathe,
absent and not represented.
When after hearing, the law and the evidence
being in favor of Plaintiff and against Defendant,
It is ordered, adjudged and decreed that there
be judgment in favor of Plaintiff Mrs. Doreatine
Reggio, wife of Simoo'n Raphael Mathe, and
against defendant simeon Raphael Mathe. her
husband, decreeing a dissolution of the commun
ity of aequets and gains heretofore existing be
tween them. and a separation of property be
tween the said Plaintiff and Defendent, and
It is further ordered, adjudged and decreed that
there be judgment in favor of Plaintiff Mrs
Dorestine Reggio. wife of Simeon Raphael Mathe,
in the full sum of Ten Thousand Dallars ($10,0.)
with legal interest from judicial demand. with
recognition of Plaintiff's lien and privilege on all
the property belonging to said Defendent by
priorty and preference over all other claims in
accordance with her Marrige Contract. and more
particularly, on the following described property.
A certain portion or tractof land estab
lished as a sugar plantation, situated on
the Left Bank of the Mississippi River, at
about twenty-two miles from the city of
New Orleans, measuring twenty and a
half arpents front on said Mississippi
River by the ordinary depth of forty ar
prlents less twenty feet front on said river
by three hundred feet uion which is
erected a brick huilding to the United
States. boudded on the upper line by the
planr*ltion of Alexander Rose formerly
Mariana Ribas and on the lower side by
the plantation Louise Olivier & Company,
together with dwelling Souse. out houses.
cabins, engines, stables and other im
provement thereof, and all the appurten
ances. the cattle. horses, oxen, mules, and
agricultural implements thereunto belong
ing or in anywise appertaining.
Being the same property acquired by
Sineon Mathe from Jules Delery on the
20thday of August. 1868, by Act passed
before Robert J. Ker. notary public, in
the city of New Orleans. recorded in the
Parish of Plaquemines on the 7th day of
September. 1868, in Book 17 of Convey
ances P 1.
And it is further ordered that Defendant pay
all cost of these proceedings.
Judgment read, rendered and signed in open
Courty this 8th day of October, 1909.
R. EMMET HINGLE,
A true copy,. [Seal]
, EO. V. GROLEAU.
e. Depo: ty Clert: of Cou:rt.
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N. H. NUNEZ,
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District Atto'!ny for th' par es:;l; u
Ofi1e, liu ' l 1i to 12am. PI 'n. M.
JUSTI'E OtF THEn: PEACE
St. C:1ir Pantanti , E 'g i ' 1t r ' . (.
(tlk'cl io'n a:'d Other t,. ai Hu:-l t.eý s
prom!ptly attFqnud-, to).
JOHN. DYMONI), Jr. I
339 Car ndelt Str,,.t. Ntw O()rlan s
('VI I.i L . .'x 1
Practice in Sta.e and Federal Courts.
137 C(arudelet St. Fourth Floor
NE\W ORI.EANS, L.. .
CHARLEY'S SHAVING PARLOR -
104 ROYAL STREET
Between C'anal and Customnhou-u,
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
CHARLES H. WICHTERICH, Proprietor.
Marx Well & Son
108-10 Magazine St. NEW ORLEANS
At a Sacrifice!
Fourth ward lroperty, 2 acres
front, usual depth, oyster
grounds in rear. Inclosed by
II levees. Large new dwelling,
out houses, etc. Owner abroad.
For further information, terms,
1e etc., apply to JOHN BICK, JR.,
Fort St. Philip, La. S-4-11-18
STAUFFER, ESHLEMAN & CO.
Fine Cutlery, Guns, Ammunition,
Iron, Nails, Metals, Agricultural
Implements. 511 to 513 Canal
Street, 115 to 129 Dorsiere Street,
'" 510 to 520 Customhouse Street,
d NEW - ORLEANS,- LA.
" In these columns will be read by
' 10.000 peolple. If you have an
article of merit and any one of
these 10,000 people need such an
article a sale is the natural re
Ssult of tell them where the same
may be pusehased.
FOR $1. O0
Per year you receive not
only a newspaper that
:ht gives all the new but a
of journal ever devoted to
S the advancement of this
parish and the develop
ment of her natural re
sources :-: :-: :-: :-:
nTHE LOWER COAST GAZETTE
ier The Launch Standard
will leave foot of Ursuline street New
i Orleans, every Tuesday and Friday at
6 o'clock p. m. Will receive freight on
Mondays and Thursdays from 7 a.lmn. to
h,' 5.30 p. m., for all way landing(s between
SNew Orleans and Port Eads, all orders
e promptly attended to. Ice delivered at
nre reasonable rates per hundred or more.
DEARMAS & BURAS,
Murray HilI i
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JOHN A. BARRETT,
CORNER VALLET & PELICAN AVE.
CITY AND COUNTRY ORDERS ALGIERS, LA.
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If its Paints or W indow Glass You Want write
for prices. The Largest Paint house in the Entire
South. Phone Maine 624. 323 Camp Street. We
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H. F. LOCHTE, Pres.; VAL.A. FABIAN, Vice-Pres.; E.W. LocIcrE. Soc:.& Treas.
The HENRY LOCHTE & CO., Ltd.
Wholesale Grocers and Importers
WINFS and LIQUORS.
319, 321, 323 and 325 Tchodpitolias Street and No. 421 Natchez Street.
New Orleans, Louisiana.
Special Attention Will be Given to Mail Orders
When You Need
Plows or Cultivators, Buggies or
Surries, Wagons or Carts or
An Automobile, see us or
The John Deere Plow Company
NEW ORLEANS, LA., 819-825 LAfAYETTE. Largest Implement and Vehicle House
In The Southwest.
jJacob Funeral Directors
Schoen Country Business Soliited
And Promptly Attended to.
EII 519-527-529 Elysian Fields Avenue.
New Orleans, Louisiana
Phone, Hemlock 1O01.
HEADQUARTERS FOR LOUISIANA OR)ANE(=S
(Formerly, of W\einberg:er & Co.)
Fruit and Produce and General Commlission
110 Poydras Street. New Orleans, La
SEED POTATOES A SPECIALTY.
Special attention given to produce shipments of all kinds.
Correspondence solicited, any reference furnished oni application.
The First Consideration in Life Insurance is
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Special Agent ieneral Agent, New Orleans, La.
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Goel Freight & Passenger Agent.
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