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THE HERALD, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
SCHUMERT-WARFIELD-WATSON, 417 to 423 CAMP STREET Printing Lithographing Bookbinding Stationery Sone Main 2627 Office Furniture and Supplies Phone Main 2628 ·l lhn Mi III I I PETER RUPP. When Peter Rupp reached the age I twenty-one years lie had com his course in Tulane Univer as a graduate pharmacist and it sm at this age of his majority that b opened his now large drug busi located at the corner of Ber sida end Eliza Streets. The growth peter Rupp's drug business was magic.' It grew to such pro that from time to time he coppelled to put on additional ji to take care of his increasing -Hs business was built up upon 1I prlaciple that every customer into his store had to be sat He worked along these lines tly and it is his slogan to t-at wherever his customers from or whoever they are, they have perfect satisfaction be w(1 accept their money. He a special effort to* ap cater to the wants of the When a customer called for in his store end he did $e it on hand, the customer men notified that they would a e served with this article. He .ily has the coatideneo of the public who trades with him Mb also has the confidenace of lsans who'haow of his a as a phasacst. pp was.aio a. member of loard o;f.Pharmacy having - tetd to this position by t few years ago and vitlag on this board he was be Ome of the examiners in pharmacy and during ~the he held this position he many applications for cer tI. this branch of the pro-' after the United iI entered into the world Rapp madeapplication for - a the (avy. but was re en seeount of insufficient bet later oashe was success is effort tp reach the re welght and was fially ae A( the United States Naval a Pirst Cla Hospital Ap Mr. Rup. was born Aa eighteen hudred and eigh *iesdes attending our lo be was ps a graduate .llege whel r he took a *e?.r. Mr. Rap has al 4 patrietlec Aerlcan and ette pride has prompted among the first .a do anythig 'for the good of whe e the :ecr piiMs i s0 oaur ad in the first column Herakld twenty-five years ,still giving you a and a shoe that will s why we are still serving you. iNECKY e Store,. and Patterson Sts. i AreYou Loo king or Offices, a conservative. Bank, one that you can go into and feel that your interest is thie bank's interest? A Bank that is always ready to welcome you and .SS rOldest help you in our business ? Just such a Bank is the Commercial Trust - t , & Savings ank, eleven convenient offices, where every client is B ""k welcomed. .Ote pf our Branch Banks is in your neighborhood--No. 501 Patterson St. 8`h * . YIN SBANK TWENTY-FIVE YEA S CONTINUOUS PUBLICATION WI HOUT MISSIN A SINGLE ISSU V"t ..!E ALIES W )EDA MA 1.183 N, j }', '° º Ilb.: ýOI · J"-- DCK"~ e - :--l - K.. i- T . ;ý "Jhs g Y " a b roRw- p,.a '4 HNt -Iyad L . Iax 2· ,td Ni ; b·?wa d h so ish oa ri WENSDY 17. 183 wasnmw~uuvug crowded wits a Zfe goo4Irowe Wnodswn _ ~. + d~v~ig )&yt fo C.1 battey Qor Biebad Doser A lac fam *, e eaulk d. p jiour rofintne iedtm ens.aTe uruýbstl ssm o -~~ , u toa.T ea~b ssý.sad s1s11. `"come to g6aly anli has for ltNa ýýaiY Oe h bi ;swoi Ro" (3.1r. 7 ttsýaZ the ,geneta #unusement of it's f -` 49tite bt-J .Mohm't46&' Haer*~d.llet Srat A rn. ~ r~ ls siding Of almU~al cl ,l $D , ` 'm'~~J g·.u we.~L; -_ so- . . r~ l~JM . . r a ýlru-r~orbu ate, teýbna i wlct 1'!ý a re elllb; : uba' ovdib Iawº Do'tii tpLr·hr _ t = W 1 ~~I- M ~u Mbti 'th*d Na. Mnd Iu Dni ~o~yr mid!i Ilk, 'aiý rsreti~arr· rr*:- 0ta·· :f~icrt~durio&o 06~ . t aitf. · . \i i .'. .f .aid )i , liter Jc ; s 'AlýT q i.F i t and tad · P~S P Crt s -:a M J SI SAO*W ·;* -' ·- " -s Y Ffrs Page and ExactSiz ofc~ the FCirtisseo h erl.Pbihe a 719 AUGUST SCHABEL Then and Now TWIENT'.-I.LvE YEARS AGO "W watt .you to look on this page at the first issue of TlE HIElR \l,lt and! look at the bottom of the <w r . la: ,;t crtlumnin. We told you t:;, 'n a! ,w hail thhe best goods in t , . 1irkt,t that is one of the rea -,,nA, a. are kill in business." "Yir". '. ef xp'rienve in buying 1hia ; '."in c'jual bh.neiit to our cus t, ," ,.-s, that is awhy we still retain th!11. Ira, we. had years ago." 'The IIabovte 'qotations are some of the slogans of progressive August S~hahel the na;. who put the first, big. lnp-to-dlate genuine sanitary grocery in Algiers. A good many months before Mr. Si-hab.,l put in this new sanitary grocery hIe' tok a trip throughout the \We\'eterrn iountry and spent per haps four or live hundred dollars making investigations regarding what an ulp-to-date sanitary grocery should he and what he has given the Algiers people now is a result of these investigations. lie was the first groceryman In the city of New Orleans to put in a complete refrigerating ant: cold storage plant and it is to-day the largest one in the city of New Or leans. Mr. Schabel went into business about twenty-seven years ago, in fact it was on Friday, March 13, 1889 and it is very evident that Mr. Schabel had no fear of that super stitious Friday the 13th, as he has made a continued and signal success ever since that time and, as he says, his success principally is due to the good treatment and the fine goods he always handles for the benefit of his customers. When THE HERALD was started twenty-five years ago, August Scha bel was one of the first advertisers and he has consistently kept his business affairs before the public since that time. Mr. Schabel was highly compl! mented a few years ago by the health department of the city and state for the manner in which he reconstructed his grocery along the sanitary plans now so much in vogue. One of the new features in sani tary groceries which Mr. Schabel was the originator, was the moving away from the walls the shelving, leaving a space behind large enough for a person to go and olesan p. We do not know of another store In the city that has this sanitary feature. lis refrigerating plant places him In the best position to serve the public throughout the day, choiee cuts of meat in the best condition. Mr. Schabel is also doing eaten tire work in manufacturing, each as making all kinds of sausage, sold at his place. Hams and bacon are all home smoked and he also makes his )wn leaf lard. etc. ALGIERS SAW 'MILL = I WM. H. WARD PROPRIETOR Phone Algiers 30