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Myrtle Grove Plantation; Albert P. Cantrelle. Planter; Julhu, W. Gilbert, Mgr. D)ibert. Stark & Brown Lumr. Co.; Peter P. Gluck, Shepard & Gluck. Cotton; Allen B. llundle). Capitalist; Charles A. Smith, Merchant and Planter; Samuel P. Sahwing Lumber Co.; James it. Tharp. President; Robert Werk. Manufacturer. T. W. White, President, WVhite Bros. Jewelry Co. OFFICERS-James II. Tharp. President; Peter P. (;luck, Vice President, Sterling Armstrong, Cashier; Joseph T. Villio. Assis tant Cashier. Liberty Bank & Trust Co. se 2 aareOae street SPRADA'S CAFE .oO-R, B.RT The Best Beers, Wines, Liquors, Sandwiches, Etca-Phone All. 9115. NOON DAY LUNCOB A CONSULTATION with any e of er Offers will reveal many ways ln which we may be of service to you, and lnvite you to avail yourself our faItlities. Our buslness Im eoadueted ate lineso that assure strength and sn eurity and a desire to serve our depetlers with eareful regard for their special mods. We Invite your business. Whitney-Central National Bank .W.L.DouglasShoes [Ueisa Nadel SOLD ONLY BY Schumacher Shoe Store' 22 Royal Street JohN P. VeZENa, Pme. Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers Spoeell Attentla to RaIreId Orders. Preempt ellvery. 314-316 M1ORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALgIERS 211. May. spra. Oat.. 3rsa Hardware. Gsaeiees, Etc. Wise., Liuaor. M. BLANCK BAEE NlID CONFECONKERY 1ge l~ace ses re leadgt for. S s iall Mu nds oel Pauy Cals. Spa.~al Atsittlim fur Pemad a Weddnl g Gass. / e cah't ahll ar It, rItg Alglrs 168 and we will ddeliver. DO rnr move YouR ep.D FURNruTaR S See the OriglIsa M. REGENOGENl IA WERTISE IN THE HERALD. New Pleurisy Treatment. L Doctor Auld tells in the British Medical Journal of a chilf and fever resembling malaria which he brought on by administering a platinum com pound. and which upon subsiding left the patient in a markedly improved condition. He tlied th, treatment in cases of pleurisy with good, result. It is especially adapted to sluggish cases of localized infection with low fever. ti Some Have That Gift. ti "Oratory," said Uncle Eben. "is a si fine thing. Some men is such great H persuaders dat dey don't have to do no work ner give up no money deirse'fs." Turtle Eggs. h The eggs of the turtle vary in num- B her from 60 to 100. and at first they 1 resemble damp parchment in their tex ture. FARMERS Take Notice! We are packing sweet pota toes and want great quanti ties of yams. Want your spin ach also. Write or phone Barataria Canning Co. Mazant and Chartres Sts. New Orleans. 1 ou'rmo TRIBSOU-t E LI C'RIC *Se CVMUt4A9 * AWWamf4A.I'W Wt/ 11 BREAD We have tho beat bread be easoe we pay the hlgheet prices for the best sour. No order tee l large or too small. H. Martinez, 417 BlulRA AVENUE Pbwmo AliIrs n. STHE BOTTLE ina im! SLIKE A MESS AGIE FROM THE GRAVE Lieutenant Receives Letter From Sister Long Thought to ob Be Dead. Trenton, N. J.--Ike a note from to the grave was a letter received a short time ago by Lieut. George Dinges, sta tioned at Tullytown, Penn., from his " sister, Mrs. A. A. Haywood of Long as Hill, Conn., who was kidnaped 34 years ago when she was a baby, and who was long since given up as dead. The story of Lieutenant Dinges and his sister being reunited reads like fiction. George Dinges and his sister, to Ida May, were the only children of Mr. p and Mrs. William Dinges of Mount Kls ba E' I I I S he Was Kidnaped. eo, Westchester county, N. Y. When Ida was two years old while she was playing about the house she suddenly dlsapppared, It was later learned that she had been kidnaped. The parents spent conalderable money and effort for - many years in a searcj for her. A description of her was sent broadcast, but s could never be located. The girl had been picked up smom where and adopted by a Mr. and Mrs. Hebberd and taken with the family to New York, where she lived for five years. The family afterward moved to Long Hill, about eight miles from Bridgeport, Cona., where the Hebberds recently died. In their will they re quested that all their legal and other papers be buriaed with them. Mesawhlle the miming child bad grown to womanhood and bad ma rled A. A. Haywood. One child re salted from the union. Following the deaths of the HebD bards it leaked out that Mrs. Hay wood had been adopted when a child aad that her real name was Dinges. This news surprised the woman and she at once began looking up all the famiies named Dinges throughout the country. She learned that a lieuten ant named George Dinges was n the United States army and she communi Gated with the adjutant general, being Informed later that the man she sought was stationed at Tullytowm. Mrs. Haywood went to Mount Kisco and from older residents learned more about the case, until she established the fact that Lieuteasant Dingds was he brother. She then wrote to the lietenant and he hurried to Long Hill to visit her. Mrs. Haywood aIherited both money sad property trn the Bebbards. TOO HUNGRY restaurant Keeps-I want yee t pailnt me the pICtmue o a alMe sab o met bee Poor Artia-TeOu'll bave to tfurniash the model rye aggte what maa bet leash Sha _ .-, - A hoe used each day keeps the rutk weeds away. If there must be a scarcity of any thing, let it be confetti. The idea is to give the conscientiols: objectors something to object to. Another real fault of the Liberty mo-I tor is that there are not more of them.' There is no use in Hooverizing the sunshine. Now is the time to soak it Up. With so many women working men may as well get used to rocking the cradle. Some of the best news in the war turns out so often never to have hap pened. It is pretty hot to think about fuel, but now is the time to get your coal' for next winter. The summer girl continues to wear' furs about her neck to keep her siik :overed ankles warm. It is not enough that prices be fixed for chickens. There ought to be a limit on their appetites, too. After all, work or fight is simply an other way of expressing the old-time sentiment of "fish or cut bait." In spite of the U-boat, transoceanie, travel continues to be enormous and the passenger lists most distinguished. Slacker laws, being enacted by many states, are forcing loafers to go to war, go to work or go to jail. Effective Jus tice. If France keeps on naming streets md woods after Americans, after-the war tourists will feel very much at home. Sometimes it is possible to get too much of a good thing, but not when the good thing is War Savings stamps. - 'p I A patch on the pantaloons was once not far removed from disgrace, in pub 4 lie estimation. Now it is one tb it minor decorations of war. A If Germany could Invent or discover t, a single thing that anybody else wants she would be more cheerful about the in trade outlook after the war. War gardeners are also becoming more efclent. ither they grow more d vegetables this year than last or thul SImagination is better trained. In addition to the customary "R. . V. P.," dinner invitations may Sooa bear the inscription "B . . O. ." meaning bring your own sugar. The thought that one's crops will - feed our soldiers ought to make eva such a prosaic work as knocking off b potato bugs patriotle anG pleasing 7.I ---- ----- UI -- -. HOPE TO CATCH FEMALE RAFFLES BY PERFUME Berkeley, Cal-Berkeley po d liee are literally on the scent of a female Barnes who is believed tit to have robbed several homes lately. The female thief smokes Co cigarettes while she works and re leaves the stubs scattered about. Sd On each occasion a strong odor u of perfume was left in the he h.mes, and the polie are saUf l 1ng all suspidiu-looking fe e males in an efort to detect a BUSY DAY FOR MR. ALLISON oes Te Ja Sentenoms and One Fine All Within Few Min. r e, Cal.-C. C. Allison walked ato a restaumant with a loaf of bread mGader hisa arm, ordered a meal, cuat the breed into slices and began to e toy the feast. Other patrons started a rumpous. The polee were caled sad arrtedrsd Allison when he Indlgnantt l told them that he bould eat as much bead as he could pay for. He was charged with dis turbing the pece. The court no sooner sentenced tSe man to 00 days before Allison vas erved with papers inh a divorce ection. e swore Ln the presenee e the court Smerher ad gd ot t dsys mor. Oeers were about to lead him away Swhen he was arrestud fr stealinag wa SaIfrom a nslghber. He said he aused a water to spnlk his war areden. bh I e jdge assuedse him P alnd cmali Every man in Algiers should have a bank account te draw from when sick or out of wirk. No man is truly independent or safe from want unless he has something laid by, and the way to "feather your nest"-the only way-is to save SYSTEMATICALLY. 3% and SAFETY Total Resources over $35,000,000 What Is Nuxated Iron? nFudm Espmbs..-S . Rb Ofis t To Kmew:Whih Are Ta i'c-PNadial MAvice an What To D Ti Bdi Up Yew Streoa.h Power mad Edsun ffl b~,c,.e the Red Blood Corp cl 'The fact that NHuated Ir 'is today being sel( used by over three millio people annually u-a and that so meIa lians are prescrribing wh it as a tonic,. withL rand bood builder in do weak. nervous. wn.dewn cemditions has led Mar to an ivestiga o meits by desit. tior oated physacias and others wheos reports tioe should be t great hmportance to the public km generally. Amaug these is the statement for made by Dr. Jame Francis Sllivan form. the erly physician of Bellevue Heepital (utdoor r Dept.), New York. and Westchester County o Hospital. who says: "When one patient aftee n, another began asking my opinion of Nuaatce4 Iron, I resolved to go thoroughly into tbhe e subject and Lad out for myself whether or til met it possessed the real value claimed by its manufacturers and attested to by so many prominent people. This is exactly what I believe every honest. conscientious physician on. should do before prescribing or lending his or, endorsement to any product whatsoever. If Ir an article is worthless we practitioners ought to be the irat to know of it and if it is re. iW acious we are in duty bound to reoemmend ha it for the welfare of our patients A study ml of the composita of the Nated Iron for. fo mul s mpressed'me with the t e s ,eacy of the product thlua I immeiel to Mated it i a amber of obstinate cases. S an nuickly did a increasa the streogth, energy to ad enduranee of the satients to whom it h er admnlislered that I beame armly con. as lseed of its rehalbrI value as a toeic th1 id bMuid beiMr. Maveial maken .sb . p! Learn to Do Without. One of the arts of life is to lean how to do without. Few of us have everythlng we consider desirable and itf d we grumble at every little deprivation we make ourselves mlserable and our associates uncomfortable. To learn to do without and yet be cheery and happy, goes far toward making life a success. Crisp Criticism of Goslp. Gossip is a sort of smoke that comes from the dirty tobacco-pipes of those who diffuse It; It proves nothing but the bad taste of the smoker.-George Eliot. Must Win Victories. Victories that are cheap, are cheap. Those only are worth having which come as the result of hard fighting. Beecher. Danger to Ojibway Finger. An Ojlbway Indian would not point his finger at the moon, as fair Luna would consider it a great insult and Instantly bite off the offending memr ber. Just a Business Deal. Dorothy said to her mother: "I went three errands yesterday, and you promised me two cents, but if you haven't any change today well settle It for one cent" European Bee Suprstiton. A prevalent superstition in parts of I Europe Is that bees will either fly away or die on the occasion of a death In the family unless someone knocks at their hive find tells them about It. Favors Absolute Abstention. A recent report of British experts favors absolute abstention from strong drink, but supports the use of light wines and liquors. To Complete the IIlusion. She-"No, you are too poor. If I washed dishes for a man it might make him look upon me as a servant." He-"Oh, no; you'd have to break them to do that." Intelligent Ineecta The arts of weaving and rope and netmaking are practiced by some of I the lower forms of life, notably among caterpillars and spiders. The weaver Wpds of Africa and India, which are a species of finch, constru~t wonder SIi01 nest eout of leaves by assl them Stogether Net Tetetal. 4 Although lobsters generally drink I water, they will take a nip If you give them the chanae.-BosteS Traaript self with excellent ftsilti.y"ihTgl sands of delicate. nervous, ure d m. ah who need just such a pruepratiLs a do not know what to take h'IrefeIe I st ursently suggested the wideream I tiona of the sworn statemeno(t h .s t tion of its formula so that the know what they are aiking. 1h formula is now to be fmund i skLue throughout the country. h its seL principally of organic arso is the fern f Iron peptonate of a special spuItMs mll and glycerophsophates which is Oal do moat costly tonic ingredients bhas. Tee credit of the manufacturers it erp Mail that they use the most espemsise mn 1 Eron peptonate, whereas hy r I I e makes they could have put the m -gs tity of actual iron In the tablets at his l one-fourth the cost pad by a siln f Iron they could have reduced ih mts is less than one.twelfth. but Iyr Ithk begn. ing the product they wokld .mdsrus have impaired itso tkeralpetic in.' my opinion a careful eamslss d if formula by any physicias or oSemi should convince him that k mmat d Isna i to ha placed among the very hiIs dm aad moa strictly ethical prepares mss to medical science. It excels aphigq I have ever used for building up ise em and nlcreasinq the rdblhad epalsi thereby enriching and fortinhe ig Easy to Learn o Do Ik Whosoever really uld el/l chooses to do right ul pIlh I doing It shall learn lhow-4 Drink "E LCO" A Iow Rel 7ri eIdW r A am k a gishls Mnad e r he celast bo Tawn is o gleoo a"ih n Pla Iht Ia It o NiS l Ili, es-I3takiatln and Cll With An lladial, l and C0 I ~l Ioe a, a lee Isg s. See that yes sget as 0s t 1 "ELCO" KanadUac taOi i= SOdeLUMBERs U iasepedsia . Lunmd SLUMBER n r~OUSE-ILLes A r- HARVEY LA ma(Opp**it*tW5 LCyUMB IptplPHONts Noew 0 pt"