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Deved to the Upbulldlg ofM the Wa ide of the River. A very live and creditable weekly newmpaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD.
XXIII. NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915. No. 24.
GREATEST STORE SOUTH
isplay of Ladies' Suits
Shows Quality As Fine As Its Economies
Slits of rich t -.tint:rion. as fine as America or Paris afford. are
doded. Except;r:i models. Only a few of a kind and special at
has bee'n g:'.in to the needs of women who require unusual
The display o, models for small wonren and of extra sizes
_' ped especially o:r large women is extraordinarily complete.
TAILORED SUITS TAILORED SUITS
12.50 25.00
Tailored Suits; materials of
Ladies' and Miss" Tailored fine broadcloth, gabardine,
uts; materials of poplin; poplin and whipcord; nobby
E made with plain notch models of shape retaining and
aE; trimmed with bone but- box coats; high and open neck
a in back; satin lined; skirt style; fur and braid trimmings;
Me with side pl'.ats: colors full and side pleated skirts;
lyy, brown, green, black; an colors navy, brown, green.
-g. ptional value. plum, field mouse; a very large
variety.
IgNARKABLE SUITS SMART SUITS
19.75 29.75
Tailored Suits; material of Ladies' Tailored Suits; mate
gs Broadcloth; high neck rials of broadcloth, gabardine.
4al; belted style: plain and poplin, whipcord and velveteen;
tacy silk lining, trimmed with made in the new flare coat mod
)sver, skunk and oppossum; els, fitted and box styles;
gis pleated skirts; colors, trimmed with oppossum, beaver
yes. brown, Copenhagen and and velvet; fine Peau de ('ygne
i"*; this is the best value we lining;: skirts full flare and
s evser offered at the price, pleated; colors navy, brown,
ýt are remarkable. plumb, green, black.
ERSONALS j
. I OTHERWISE
Tuesday Afternoon Five Hun
Club met this week at the home
a Cs. E. Dickey. The success
-jsyers were Mrs. E. J. Mothe,
A.L Graf and Mrs. A. Burke. Mrs.
a r received the booby. The
 stliag of the club will be held
Sboe of Mrs. H. T. Malone, in
Itreet.
W. Alkman, the popular en
at Steam Fire Company No. 1i,
again at 428 Powder street,
improving from injuries sus
by falling from an electrically
pole.
=L Goebel left Tuesday for M
kl., on a business trip.
P. Nelson, of Birmingham, Ala..
Miss Julia Ayer, of our town,
ýsgst of her mother. Mrs. Jas.
it a Delaronde street.
a/M Mrs. Lynne Walters, of
yghlle, have the sympathy of
s3y friends in the loss of their
, which occurred on Tuesday.
 efo Tatter has been Ill in bed
- IF ih September. He will be
Ssee his old friends.
Yni ]rs. Louis Camus, of Le
4SSue, have the sympathy of
aad friends in the loss sus
the death of their 3-year
was buried Thursday.
erieman has appointed the
delegates from our district
the eleventh annual conven
ýS Interstate Land Waterway
at Lotsilana, which will be
suston, Tex., Nov. 5 and 6:
.Mrrett, Frank C. Duvic, Ju
Joe. W. Lennox, E. W.
m Paper Stands With Public School
or Betterment of Our American Life
hs been well said that the great PUBLIC SCHOOL SY S
'TEM is the BACKBONE of the AMERICAN NATION.
Something else can be said just as truly. It is this: The
NE of the PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM is the
CAN WOMAN.
that backbone has often been strained to the BREAK
POINT.
woman teachers here and all over the land are spending
Iet years of their lives for the young. They are spending
best years very often under TRYING CONDITIONS-
,, overcrowded classrooms, insanitary quarters, curtailed
small thanks.
Ihe backbone must be strong, but not strained.
PAPER LABORS EARNESTLY TO IMPROVE OUR LOCAL
ONAL CONDITIONS. IT RECOGNIZES THAT OUR
SYSTEM 18 GOOD, BUT IT ENDEAVORS TO BRING
STILL FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE SAKE OF
ILDREN, FOR THE SAKE OF THE TEACHERS AND FOR
SAKE OF THE TAXPAYERS. WE WANT OUR EDUCATION
CIENCY TO BE OF THE HIGHEST. GOOD SCHOOLS
A TOWN. THEY ARE THE FIRST THING THE MOTHER
ASOUT WHEN THE NEW FAMILY MOVES IN.
paper not only works for the betterment of school condi
but it chronicles all the SCHOOL NEWS. If you are
in your home schools and in local educational news you
the constant companionship of this paper of especial
YOUR OWN INFORMATION AND FOR THE BENEFIT OF
NI|LDREN KEEP IN TOUCH WITH OUR LOCAL SCHOOL
AND WITH EDUCATIONAL MATTERS THROUGHOUT
TY. THIS HOME NEWSPAPER 1S PRACTICALLY THE i
WHICH SUPPULIS THISINFORMATION.
: -I I milm m ni m ma
Burgis, John P. \ezicn and WVm. 11
Ward.
Mlayor lkehrman expects to leave to
day for St. Louis. where he will make
a speech before the National .\ssocia
tion of iteal Estate Exchanges conven
tion. The Mayor will urge the asso
ciation to consider New Orleans as a
meeting place for its next convention.
While attempting to get off the
ferry :.oat Josie. a wagon belonging
to the Diamond Transfer Company, of
:I12 Gravier street, capsized and threw
the contents out. Damage to the ex
tent of $10 was done the contents.
while the driver and wagon escaped
injury.
Fourteen Inmates of the John M.
Bonner Memorial Home for old men
are working with Superintendent J.
V. Melancon and several carpenters
repairing the damage of the storm.
The loss to the home is figured at
$400.
Jack Courtney, of the steamship Or
leanian, who left for New York sev
eral weeks ago, has sailed on that ves
sel for Bordeaux, France.
Senator Christy spent a few days
in town last week, returning to Hous
ton Thursday.
At a recent meeting of the School
Board. O. J. Davieson was appointed
principal of Evening School No. 5. vice
A. McPerrin, resigned.
? hos. Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. P. F.
O'Donnell and' daughter, Agnes, and
.Master Percy Gorman, of Morgan City.
were here last week to attend the fu
neral of the late J. J. Gorman.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of Mt. Olivet
Branch will entertain the auxiliaries
of east Louisiana on Oct. 30th. At
10 o'clock there will be holy commu
nion; at 11 o'clock, a business meet
irg: at 1 o'clock, luncheon, and at
7:30 o'clock, a service with a mission
sermon.
Mrs. Barbara Fetherling returned
SPECIAL NOTICE!
THE ,NEW OIILEA.NS SOUTH
ERN & GIRAND ISLE RAIIWAY
('OMPANY IS NOW OPERATING A
MIXED PASSENGEIR, MAIL. AND
FREIGHT TRAIN, DAILY. BE
TWEEN AIA;IERS .N I) IUILLUT
'ANAL, OMME:N'ING TH RS
DAY, O'TOBER 1-I.
THIS SERIYlc'E WILL BE EX.
TE:NDED TO POINTS BEYONID
IMNI.I,'T FIROlM DAY TO DAY, AS
('ONIITIONS WILL P E R M I T.
TRAIN LEAVES .lIA;IERS AT 8:03
.. M. FREIGHT RE('EIVEI) AND
II-LIIEI.:IRE: AT .IA;.IERS DEPOT,
:3 SQ'.IES FRO1M I'.NAL STREET
FElRtRlY L.NDINi;, AND ALSO AT
.ANN I-'REIGHT IEPOT, ST.
ANN ANI) DEI'ATUR STREETS.
E. W. BURGIS,
General Superintendent.
STREETS AND SIDEWALS TO BE
IMPROVED.
Extensive improvements to nlany
streets in the city were authorized
with the adoption by the City ('ouncil
Tuesday of a report by Commissioner
of I'ublic Property Lafaye. The bids
for the work have already been ar
cepted in a majority of cases and most
of the repairs will be made during the
year 1916.
Those in our district to be improved
-ire: Patterson street. from General
M. rril avenue to, Stanton plantation:
sidewalks will he made on LenBonuf
avenue, from l'atterson to Olelousas.
and on \\'a nnr. from Patterson to
Newton street.
T::e contract for Patterson was
awarded to Hampton Reynolds. whil'
Frank Lawson got the contract for th
sidewalks.
AUTO STOLEN.
e \V. A. Dizell, of 2.:2 Vallette street.
g was another victim of the automobile
if thieves whose operations were very
successful Monday night. Mr. Dizell
c- was attending the prize fight at the
Orleans Athletic Club, and he left his
d car standing on Bienville street. Hei
returned about 10 o'clock, but his ma
I. chine was gone.
n
, last night from Houston, Tex.
Srs.. L. . arbour and daughter,
t Lanraine, expect to leave shortly to
spend a while at Seashore ('amp
(;rounds.
The social Senior Euchre Club held
their first meeting of the season at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. (;eo. Her
bert. .Ir. The successful players were
Mrs. F. J. Borne and Mrs. T. I. Buch
holz and Messrs. \V. A. Nelson and
P. J. Borne. The next meeting
will be held at the home of Mr. and
d Mrs. .T. P. Nolan.
e Tht many fritnds of little Rilma
M''Nair will be glad to learn that she
d has recovered after a spell of diph
theria.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nolan left last
week for New York to attend the wed
ding of their son. Thomas, to Miss
Marie Pigot, the wedding having
taken place on the 19th inst. in Brook
lyn.
Mrs. J. M. Barlow, who has been vis
iting her daughters. Mrs. F. Albion
Daniels and Mrs. F. C. Duffy, for the
past two weeks, has returned to her
home in Bellerose. La.
The C'atholic Ladies' Benevolent
Association will hold its monthly
meeting tonight iThursday) at 7:30)
at the residence of Mrs. Brown, cor
ner Seguin and Pelican avenue.
Mrs. H. Lecourt, of Pelican avenue,
accompanied by her daughter. Alber
tine. returned from Detroit, Mich.,
Sunday night, after a stay of three
months. They stopped over a few
days at other principal cities sight
seeing.
Miss Olga McNeely came over from
Covington, La., and is the guest of
Mliss Alva Salathe for a week.
A. G. Walter and family have re
turned from Mobile, Ala.
Mrs. E. Ditch and daughter, Irma,
of Morgan City, have been guests of
Mrs. T. Rooney.
Owing to the conditions resulting
from the hurricane, the entertain
ments arranged by Santa Maria Coun
cil, Knights of Columbus, to take
place at St. Mary's Hall on Tuesday
and Wednesday, October 19 and 20,
have been postponed without date. M.
E. Donner, chalrman of the commit
tee, announces that the public will be
notified when a new date is chosen
and that tickets for the original dates
will hold good.
There will be an important meeting
tonight of the Woodmen Circle. All
members are urged to attend.
The Woodmen Booth at Chit turned
over to the chairman over $1300.
Mr. Wallace Christy, who was oper
ated on by Dra. King sad Weaver at
Hotel Dieu last week, was broght
home yestsrday. Mr. Christy will be
walking about in a few days.
Halcton Lode No. a, Knights of
Pythisa, will hold a regular meeting
on Tueday nlght at Castle Hall.
The tu W. A. Blase is udargela
repair taI N Orlsa Dry Desk
Nm. L
Personal
Efficiency
Eugene Christian. the world's
greatest authority on food, said:
"You can't do good work unless
you feel full of 'pep' and ginger.
yet it is impossible to feel tit un
less your food is properly chosen."
Solari's
Handle but one kind-- THE BEST
This year the Pecan crop
turned out to be the largest in
many years. If you are going to
send your friends a present of
Pecans, remember every Pecan we
have has been carefully selected
and is the finest ill meat quality
produced this year-from 253 to
4)oc a pound.
BIG ELECTRICAL BUSINESS.
l r. George II. Stra.-,er. of 1:'.. Ilel
aronde street. is making hig strides in
the development of the electrical busi
ness in our district, and the new firm
has secured a good luany contracts,
but they are still looking out for
some of the big jobs that are soon to
be lot on this side of the river.
Mr. George C. Kraft. another one of
our local boys. is also associated with
Mr. Strasser, he having charge of the
sales department. Mr. Kraft is now
making his home here. having taken
up his residence in Bermuda street,
and he and Mr. Strasser are known
as "The two hustling G;eorges." who
are out after the electrical work. Their
slogan is: "Remember you don't have
to buy, but give us a chance to give
you a bid."
Either one of the men can be found
at 16:1 Delaronde street, where they
will be pleased to give you a figure.
-Adv.
FREE UNTIL 1916.
llave you subscribed yet for The
Youth's Companion for 1916? Now is
the time to do it, i, vou are not al
ready a subscriber, .; .'ou whi; get all
the Issues for the remaining weeks of
1915 free fromn the time your subscrip
tion with $2.00 is received.
The fifty-two issues of 1916 will be
crowded with good reading for young
and old. Reading that is entertain
ing, but not "wishy-washy." Reading
that leaves you, when you lay the pa
per down. uetter informed, with keen
er aspirations, with a broader outlook
on life. The Companion is a good pa
per to tie to if you have a growing
family-and for general reading, as
Justice Brewer once said, no other is
necessary.
If you wish to know more of the
brilliant list of contributors, from our
ex-Presidents down, who will write for
the new volume in 1916, and if you
wish to know something of the new
stories for 1916, let us send you free
the Forecast for 1916.
Every new subscriber who sends
$2.00 for 1916 will receive, in addition
to this year's free issues, The Com
panion Home Calendar for 1916.
THlE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
Boston, Mass.
UNCLAIMED LIST.
List of unclaimed letters remaining
at Station A, New Orleans Postoffice,
for the week ending Oct. 21, 1915:
Ladies-Emery. Mrs. C('. O.; James,
Mrs. Nellie; Murray, Mrs. Sarah:
Richard, Mrs. Jessie; Sulth, Mrs. E.
A.: Simmons, Mrs. John; Williams,
.liss Margaret.
Gentlemen - Broussara. M.: Bau
man, Chas.; Collins, Van; Eshman,
Wiliam; Keelar, Chas.; McQuire, Rob
ert; Murray, J.
JOSEPHI VOEGTLE. Postmaster.
JOS. W. DANIELS, Supt.
LET THIS CHRISTMAS BE YOUR
ELECTRICAL CHRISTMAS. BUY AN
ELECTROLIER, ELECTRIC IRON,
OR HAVE THE HOUSE WIRED FOR
THE WIFE OR MOTHER.
GEORGE H. STRASSER,
163 Delaronde St.
MR. YOUNG MARRIED MAN:
Safety buat. u thes baernl yam
ma artIve hm usmu I a 3he
WItlIllEI'3 IIISI li IEEIEnLEIT
ASMIATIfI
A*k ayr ma~ui album
'. O. ADRYl, Re. ks,
* 3, e Aveums Aw l335s
Otto J. Lauterbech
Engravere and Manafasturer
Belt Buckles, PrlIadlhip Ika,r
8tick Pina, High-Class Nram Mem
grams and Automobile Mmogramh.
130 Eahaugs Plas
Rar Oftae GOreal Mor
9-l-l
H1HALO ATHLETIC FETE
TH.\ti.NKS(GIVSING 5Y1 TO liE IEt'
OR.tli.i: I)A I-O' AIA.IElER%'
YOU NG\ .ýTHI.II:TI:.
Threet (.;ll Medals .lIread) To lie
Plresented.
.liMarathon fromlll G;retna I'ourt Houtse
to .llgier. t 'ourt Hon.e.l i
.llgierl Ik.,* Eligible.
(iht 'ha!iikiving hlay T e I letra.ld
aill iniau urate . local athlictit Itt,.
n hich is altady lhe-ilnnilg to o to !
with great' ret-pons.t fronl the .rteat
titube"r of o'nllll n"-n aho are intlier
estedl in athletics.
It was iproposedl some tilllte ago that
an athletic fete iof this kind he he11d
in our district to he open olut tio
tienm!hters of sotlie athiletic or ani;i/a
tion. but like all good sports iti AI
riers., theiy aant the tihel to hie open
to all, and in order to start out this
,bit celebration to inaiugurate aind enl
•ourasce athletic.s in our di.trict. The'i
lterald oflers as first prize a cohld mted
al for the lmarathon open to all amnia
teur athletics on Ithe west side of tilt
river, the marathon t1( li, run froml
the ('ourthouse at Gretna to the
('ourthouse in Algiers.
To assist The lierali in this under
takin, and to encourage the io)) ii.
other contests, .Mr. William II. Ward.
of the Algiers Sawmill, and Mr.
George J. I'eterson both have offered
a gold medal to be contested for iil
other athletic features. w hichi will he I
anlnounttid in our issue of next waieek.
During the pretsent week arrange
ments will be made to obtain a aork
ing cuomlnittle and to get read) thet
lists of the contestants in the diff'er
ent races so that the entries might
be made and published each week in
The Herald. The t omnuittee will an
nounce all of the rules governing the
different races, such as the hundred
yard dash, the thousand yard race and
other athletic feats of interest.
It is desired that all young men in
terested in this tournament will be
ready to hand in their names to The
Herald, which in turn will hand them
over to the chairman of the committee
who will have charge of the day's pro
gram.
There will be other prizes offered.
and The Herald appeals to our good
merchants in order to make the day a
big success to offer second and third
prizes in the way of silver medals or
such other articles as may be accept
able for these occasions.
ENJOYABLE EVENING.
On last Friday evening Miss F'reder
ica Stansbury entertained a number
of her friends at a dance at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. J.
Stansbury, in Pelican avenue. The
evening was a most enjoyable one.
Miss Frederica proving herself a most
-harming hostess. Delicious refresh
ments were served. Those present
were: Misses Alice Dilzell, Ger
trude Finley, Verna Amuedo, lihler
Sadler, Dorothy Kraft. Margaret Gar
land, Emelda Niklaus, Eula Judlin.
Sydney Olroyd, Helen Graham, Elma
Vallette. Antoinette Reynolds, Doris
Graham. Anna May Gould. Marie Mor
rison, Mary Collins. Bessie Pyle.
Sadie Garland, Albertine Lecourt.
Myra Kelly, Rosabel Garland, Rosie
Kelly, Mary Traub, Mrs. ii. Stansbury
and Messrs. Edward Burns. Albert Ho
tard, Joseph Iamana. Elmer Gravois.
Albert Ryan. Raymond Curren, Aiden
Olroyd. Eugene Eagen. Eda in Stacy,
\William Barker. Robert Curry, Ed
ward Finley, Royal Amuedo. Charles
Gravois and Lionel Gravois.
BELLEVILLE SCHOOL.
T'his fine building, standing as it
does high above the neighboring
houses, caught the full strength of the
Wednesday storm. When the glasses
of the attic window broke, the wind
lifted the roof, which, loosened, was
then blown entirely from the building.
In the rttie was kept many valuable
and necessary things not in daily use.
These went with the roof. The Annex
faired better; some slates and tiling
were taken off,. but the damage was
r-omparatively slight. The total to
bolth buildings has been estimated at
$.7500O. The loss by the rains which
followed the storm is in furniture pit
tures, casts, etc., much of which has
been paid for by the patrons directly
contributing through lawn parties. etc.
Many trees were uprooted, but the
Iveoaks and hackberries still stand.
irepair to the Annex has begun, and
it is expected that the Kindergarten
and third and fourth grades will' be
at work In their proper quarters next
week, Monday, 31st.
The strong, fine walls and rooms of
the main building will be attended to
next The date is not at present an
nounced. That the restoration will
make the school "as good as new" Is
confidently predicted.
Meanwhile Belleville pupils are hold
ls 3 1/2 hour sessions from 1 p. m.
to 4:30 p. m. in MeDonogh No. I build
tlu, worklla busily as bees mad prov
tag the trath oa Mr. Owaina's words,
"ea cas't wdosa lleYlU."
Model of the Moment in
Women's Fall Footwear
T iter.' hr- 1i, %.'I " - i' I 't i 't. ' ' , ; ,tlr'', \ I
ti-'l oi I llairt' illi|qp'1 lll'' to iht' - it .t t r l t , ' I,' ~ -1 a,,Llrlt .. I! i
.'iiphasii.l by thi. lal v ..i ,.V -li,,, rt kitp l a IirLt I' I I ll,
ilh t styli rhn d-. I. 0i iinit! that lii i 'r i p , t, !a.iris
hal i.'e alople!d I' ti h, ,r ;'.i" ,i tIt. l r ,I ,  rt r l. ubt' h - ,l adtll lt , ,
yet tidepit al l th ' tln. ilri,,' 'btutt are ,',,rr ,; 1. -- . ,"u'."'rltltlt ', h le.
iln iy b." w o li , intll ihi t ,I .i. .tlhi:lh' l i It' a t l t'!',,1,."'. lill, 1ill h"' ill
-trit · 'l g l t;i-i anir1d . I.'
Ther r. .tt a jtlajority  ain a r i, '' r I.:,.'"l t.-',. :T ar wearig jila:l
IiIallk .-f" . 't. , or tlal l -' , hii,, ta ,' -. , r It a ." tt br ln. , .tt.t,' t t lll
hla.lk ThI e lllli.'' 'tI '1 ." -' :... I,. ll 1.I1 .l i -t '.ehn .ti it t . make !or
gra;lt'.i I I nl 'S.
-''or '.xamlplh. \i t l'tah -itli h !ult,.tto tit.,'I '.t pat.tit aith wlh ,'t
ptartl ttltlll l ll s n ii1 ip.r itill- i',Ilit' l l.' th :im t ,t ·h.il' i tr
forat.e d nliatt i ll. ti ip. 1.1 aIli i r r I ,Lo !' ;' I gl. -'ii. a .hl ,"i
artists know\ how. Or ali, ther ixaIphi' . I;l.' tl. t in patent. a1th11
ji.t a ;aint stlggC stii t oil f ll hit, ' arrllll l lthe l lalmp anl aL tinlly i''li
ilig of whitl alrot'' t iii tip it'kit orF a -t e h.I t \ di-t in-ti' t 've al.1I
lihot daring It greater I.1.- -reo. .I liu e i ,tl 'ri Cii t' Iit ;lt 'e. lli
li.e Wor appropriatehy
.in equally tasty h:I t'. li>h .shoe' ptarli'ularit fiv .r- lhis sea
oºn for thliis[ i th l di i .ire more tuolir, is a .tyi' wait it tirilm s of bluel
kid. uippers if o.ystr gray kid with a tiny .'trip .: lie rulnnil. upi
the' froti gray pearl ut ul i Ias
Or still another style is it a ibronze liiuttin aitli t .lIti ltp antid
hut tonlls to iat'h, very light l t ltd suit'l ; 1t;-S Fret.nith heelt .
These style,. with Inanl others of equal g rate ani atltra'tivet' ss,
are on display ill our ~lhot.e I).'partniltit. antii hat. tau1r unreserved
san~tilo Mll r their au ithe titvi ty all.! iorre'l'tnles
D. H Holmes Co.
Per., Ne.w Frk, LIMIT ED
Berdim, Lendln and Firnc. April 2, d2.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT
With I. WEINER. The Algiers Furniture
Man. He gives you plenty of time
to pay for it.
AT CASH PRICES
I.WEINER
137-141 Delaronde St. Phone AIg. 378
Oct. 21
Charles E. Erath
Manufacturer Of
JAMES GINART'S CELEBRATED MUSTARD,
Red Hot Creole Pepper Sauce, Redanapper Sauce
CREOLE KETCHUP, AMMONIA AND VINEGAR
All Labels Redeemed for United Mileage at Main Office 607 Whitney
Central Building
1410 KERLEREC STREET HEMLOCK 9413
The Parcel Transfer Co., Ltd.
We deliver EAGGAGE to and from
Algiers to any Railroad or Steam
ship in New Orleans for
One Piece of Baggage and 25 Cents Each Additional Pleas
WE PAY THE FERRIAGE
734 Union Street Phones, Main 20 and et52
Light Freight Transferred at the Samn Rates
THE SOLO CAROLA INNER-PLAYER MARES AN EPOCH IN
PLAYER-PIANO HISTORY
The 5 1.) [ ('ARtiLA i- thie Ist player--lh ni, ly pla)er-on which ot.h solo and
accompa-n imnllt Iltes canl Ie struck lith.r indh'pen , hr tly ,r (inultl otliuly through
iout tI. ntllre elghy- llght llt i e. I the k bolarl.
The Solo Carols Appeals to People Who Know Music
il im~ll0~l![CANAL
Successors to Cable Piano Co. STREET -
Your Life
When you are ill, the most important factor in
getting well after your doctor is the relibaility of
the Medicine he prescribes.
THE PRESCRIPTION as sent in to our store
is filed with the highest quality of chemicals
obtainable. We never think of the price we pay
so long as we are satisfied that we have the best.
THE CONFIDENCE you have in your doctor
must also be shared with us, as we consider the
filling of prescriptions as directed by your doctor
a SACRED TRUST.
We have always served you faithfully and it is
our policy to sello our merchandise on the same
basis.
Until we fail let us be your Druggist.
B I- E l UPR Druettis7
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