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PLAN IN ROUGH CAST AND SHINGLES.
-n I:L':. : r ct i 1. r a'tcn. Ar, h!tect. Minneapolls. Minn. IVI I !T!E \ IA 1 ; 6 -, DINING X M A;H ,HAME t-- I t, HAL_ I I CLHA I1- X 12=i. JV-NGL **lM lr-o9x10 FIRST FLOOR PLAN. SE('4)ND FLOU)R PLAN. The entrance is from the portico, through a vestibule. into the living room. Dining room and sun parlor connected by French' dosors. Stairway from the living room is open to the second landing with a large panel effect and built-in seat in the living room. In the second story there is a door, cutting off the stairway from the first story. Three chambers, Iath antm sleteping porch on the second floor. Size. 24, by :i1 feet over the main part. Full basement under en tire honse. First story, it feet; second story. S feet. .1' ing room and dining room finshed in red oak, with red oak floors: kitchen, sun parlor and sec end story finlshed in birch, natural or stained, with birch tlexrs. Cost to build. exclusive of heating and plumbing. $3.8IJ. Upon receipt of $1 the publisher of this paper will furnish a copy of Sax ton's book of plans, "American i'wellings." It contatins over 304) designs of cot tages, bungalows, etc.; also a book of interiors. $1 per copy. PLAN FOR SIDING AND SHINGLES. Design 1006. by Glenn L. Saxton. Architect. Minneapolis. Minn. 'S-ft t ... FIRST FLOOR PLAN. M:A 0M FLOOR PLAN. Living room is connecterd with hall by pedestale archway.: same between li. the main pa't. Ita-'nent. 7 feet. First st.ry. , feet s.--wn st rv. 5 feet in the ---ear. o.t to btld. e.us.ie of beating and plumling, $. tages P hungalw. etc. IE also k of interiors, 1A Ptr copy. A. FIRST FLO )A.S~LOI LO '-iA. This ~ ~ ' hous Is·~ll sutdt wd o.Te ag izzrmn r L h rm -->und totesd.myl sdI n eter rr lfa~e|trlhf ttLItlle |lf cl'a al nn sni su f rz alb .rze ,-s ,Jvng room is conce wt ml yIlstlta'wy:saeIewnl ;rig*L romadlbay .bayhs ag rkle L,& 'e. C',Lhmti,, .....e mom sc~n~t~~lh hl yl sll u nh:\~ an 1·~*, i Hardly. Mnrs. Kawler-"Do you consider Aice very good looking?" Mrs. Illun drby-"Oh. Alice is pretty enough; but I wouldn't call her an Adonis." Boston Transcript. M. AUGUSTIN ---Importer and Lealer In-- PAINTS, OILS AND WINDOW GLASS. ORNAMENTAL BEVELED AND POLISHED PLATE GLASS I2 Baromne Pt.. near Union. Phbome. Main 403. -!t-16. 242. I. Robrtson St. Misdirected Effort. Some men honestly try to make home happy and merely tinker around the house till they put the furnace and the electric wiring out of busi ness. When You Think of Good Clothes Think of 7141-71( Canal St. T. A. POLLOCK, Jr. Couaranteed Absolur andly Pure ~ .ur nal or n~es not handle "GRAPIC) l we will supply you direct. P'hone Main .301 T. A. POLLOCK, Jr. Contractor and Builder 440 VALLETTE STREET JOHN J. WAGNER, PRACICAL HOUSE S rAISER AND MOVEM I nose .I lK )N 1-" Office and Yard 2034 to 2038 Roulseau St. 4-- I; IMember Contractors & Dealers Exchange Box 30 SAMUEL BIRD Contractor in Plastering and Cementing Estimates Promptly Furnished 3615 Laurel Street Phone Uptown 1976 7-27-10 E. STEIN American levnligl & Silvering Works Beveling and Ground Polished Edges, Drilling Holes and Resilvering a Specialty. Contracts taken for Glazing. S36 UNION ST. 7.7-16 Phae Main 3272 OUNBAR-DUKATE 61, New Orlesas La. Largest Packers is the world of High-Grade Canned Goods. Oysters Shrimp. Okra and Fits. Mer Seeds Seld by Wolesle macers the Wold hner. Gulf Coast Lines (FRISCO) $1.00 EXCURSION BATON ROUGE EVERY SUNDAY Leaves 7:45 A.M. NO STOP TRAIN 100 Sg. English Slates. 150,000 Building Bricks 25,000 Ft. Ceiling 25,000 Ft. T & G Flooring 25,000 Ft. Weatherboards All Kinds of New andSecond Hand Bailding Material We Bay Old Building and Building Material APPLY People's House Wrecking Co. Phone Main 5148 834 JULIA STREET Make, Repair and Paint Anything on Your Automobile O'CONNOR & CO., Ltd. 826 JULIA STREET Hope Sanitary Excavating Co. CESSPOOLS AND VAULTS CLEANED For Work Prices. Call or Pho.e Office 808 UNION STREET, Phone Maim 4050 M, Abascal & Bros., Ltd. Dealer. In GROCERIES And WESTERN PRODUCE. Imrorted Spanish Sherry Wine, In bottles and in bulk; 75c a quart in bulk. PELICAN AVE., Cor. Verret St. ALGIERS, LA. ESTABLISHED 1860 HAVE YOUR HOUSE RAISED BY ABRY BROS., HOUSE RAISERS, MOVERS AND SHORERS Office: 604 Hennen Building, Phone Main 499 NEW ORLEANS, LA. A BEST SELLER " 1 I- I t , " '' 4, i .- : + .. . . 4 'l S. t 1 . . . i her. It. la .N% : i , .. ,t i t "L . a . i : '" ' i4 1 '44 +1e':4 I 44 it' m. 11 44 t n .hat' he \\:Is a .t f, i r , I . r , tt I -, cist eiI.ou: ito ep l, hi alive. I It th:ipl"t "I 1 thlY at hle struc ,a veit that s l:itwas iu4ral4 to him, a1d a go.lI 1one 1'440. l I , I i,'1 't a 1 or- led r , i ii ' work h anr, tL as gittl to ie al:bs red. he cause it a4l1e 1u41 f.c 4- .t . tis iIroubles t li it. I ~ ill) I I tlv en,' n h wr, itin. g l 1 r'tdo aci1 day 4it fr up'y three or' four Iha rs. 1il sitlt the rest of his 4time panning ahelad. lit w- l. lay out 1in [ i4"l" sit a1,h114s jlht to keepil h iimself busy sb4l4 i hit ti4. As fori his gitneral plj . i that was so intricate that 11o (is would ever ttsuppose it ,posilble to ex trln.at his hero from the entan1le'n4tl into whi 1h4 al adverse flate had lastl him. "Otte day while he was at work ont his story be was astonished to see two, IolicemeUt enter his den. Without a word of explaniation1 he was iordered t,4 follow theit andi . bring with him lii malnuscript. it lccurred to him that something he had written in his nove. about the gtovernment might ha e caulsed his Iarrest, but this could nott be, for on his arrival he was not onl) pernuitted to keep what he had writ ten. but was commnanded to fini.sh his Swork. That he might be well situated to do so. he was given pleasant quar ters aid plenty to eat andI drink. At first he was so frightened that he could not write, whereupon a member of ithe goverlnmet sent hinm word that he was int n1o datger. This gave him courage, and he pursued his task. *"If he was anxious to kill time be fore his arrest he was now doubly so lie invented new complicatlols and unira1ve'tld them. The situation grew more itnvolved the nearer he alpproach ed the end. Just as a stone revolved about a stick moves more rlapidly a the string is shortened. lit devoted every miniiute of his time and ever) filer of his braini to his work and at the end of a few weeks after his 1m ter. t"Wuhen his story was finishedl hie dreiald the wl4og hthLrs of n'clnitnleg ith . (hirilig whlih he would he free to brool4d ulon his situation. lie had not1 -ret'civd the slightest iliformation as *to his offtense. But he had not long to fret As soon 4 as his work was tin lhlid hi. prison doors were thrown olp"'4n alld hle was lerlmlitted to go out a free114 man, besides beitig given a large bag of gold. 'As o4<)14 as he was released he made inquiries of oflicals high In the serv i4'e of the go'erlmient as to why he had been arrested and thrown into prisoni 44n4d1 whetce came the money. "And what do you suppose was the re4asn givelln? The sultan had one day picked up a copy (of the newspaper in which his story was runniiig and be clme Interested in it Too impatient to walt for it to come out from day to lday in simall quanttitles. he had taken a course to hasten the denouement "Comstock was just ticklel to deatih le sent inl a request through one of the sultan's household asking if the sultan would give him a puff to print with the publication of his novel hin SAmerica. lie was told that the sultan t onln't comne down to that, but Conm Sstock hit on the expedient of writing Sout a brief account of the matter for Sthe newspiapers. This he translated into English and got It started in American journals. "Well. he pullished his novel, of course, just as these notices about his isilig illgrlnisonle because the sultan of Tulrkey couldtl't wait to see how it was .'omgll out were being copled from pa per to Ialer. aind everybody was crazy to read the book. One edition after another was rlni out l'y the presses so nfast that the prlnters got dizzy, bilut couldn't supply the demand. Comstok mnade twenty or thirty thousand dol lars out of the story. and publlhers are w:iitinr for himn when he gets up In the mnrtling to secure a contract for his next." "What was the name of this Turkish story" "I dn,4't remember the name, but it stood first In a lot of six best sellers." SUBSCRIBE TO THE HERALD Railroad Schedules. S!. A . . .\. V II i., Pf : - , .t . _= , r e t I '..... ,t: : _ " -, :" . , :, " ' ". , 1.t . v., : , ,- ! .-. 1 m ,'.,1 J . : I 4. \ V, " . -. -.r .. .. : . r . i.. 1 , .II:I\ A c14 Il \It ,,11AIII N ,1A t114) I ' , , , ' I..-r . I n'.. " a h . , .. " . .s , T , . ' :i t' e . 3 a ! it., i. r : 4. : . ~ 4' . a f.: t he .", 4ur. , 4.' I ', I t .4if' t n..: It a r l. 1 '.av,' Gre ., r 1mminrato. fl: :n1:I t:" arl 440 ::.Il ,'s after t te ho, :. Mt.tl.a n t1 :a4 a. m. laýt car 1a/v".s ;retna for Car aBarn via Newton and Teche Sts. 12 :30 a. m. IMMIG;tATION STATION TO GRETNA. From Immigration Station. 10 minute, 0 minutes and o, lminulte.T after ti:e bou. Elmiflra and Newtouu, n the hour, and 290 and 411 wiln.tea after the hour. C'a HBarn l'aitic Avreue. 3 minutes. 23 ml iteS aindl 43 minutellr- after tie hollr. S'anal St. Ferry, 1 minultes, 30 m inutes rand 5,0 milnutes after the hour. Newton and Teche Std., 13 nin:ites. 33 nllteslI and .3 minutues after the ho tr. First car leaves Immigration Station 5:30 a. m. Last car leae:s Immigratloa Statoa 11 :50 P. m. lai t car l-avr.s for Ca . Barn via Newton and le~the Stu.. 12:10 a. m. 'ACIFIC_ AVE. BELT CAR. From ('anas Street Ferry, on the hour. 20 minutes and 40 minutes after the hoar. Newton and Teche Sts., 3 minutes. 23 linutes and 43 minutes after the ho'ar. Elmira and Newton Sta., 5 minutes, 25 minutes and 45 minutes after the hour. F.'om Car Barn, 9 minutes, 29 minutes and 49: minutes after the hour. ELECTRIC CAR SERVI'CE BETWEE2N SCHEDUIC : LEAVE GRETNA-5 :50, 6:30, 7:10. 7 In0. 8:30, 9:10, 9:50, 10:30, 11:1(. 11 :50 am. ; 12 :30, 1 :10, 1 :50, 2 :30. 3:10, 3 :50, 4 :30, 5:1(i, 5:50, 6 :3. 7 :10, 7 :50. 8 :30. 9 :10, 9:50. 10:30 11 :10, 11:50 p. m. Pass Harvey's Canal 7 minutes after leav lag Gretna Reach Amesvlle 15 minutes after leavni c Gretna. LEAVi AME VILLE--4 :05, 6 :45, :45, 7:25 8:05, 8:45, 9:25. 10:05. 10:45. s 11:25 a. m.; 12:05, 12:45. 1 :2 2:05, 2:45, 3:253, 4:os, 4:45, 5:,5 - S:445. 6 :45. 7 :25. 8 :05, 8:45, 9 :.2' 10:05, 10:45, 11:25 p. m.; 12:05 a. m. Paas Harvey's Canal 7 minutes after lear .g Amesville. lteach Gretna 14 minutes after leaving Amesville. Iat Car leaves Gretna for Amesville 11:50 p. m. Imst C"ar leaves Amesvllle for Gretna 12:05 a. m. SOUTHERN PACIFIC. Depart. Arrive 5:5 a. m...TEXAS LOCAL for Hous ton and all stations inter mediate ................ .. 5:25p.m. Il:00 a. m... 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