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THE PURPOSE OF THIS DEPARTMENT is to put the reader in touch immeaiately with the newest needfuls 13
for the home, office, farm or person; to offer, or seek, an unusual business opportunity, or to suggest a service that may be performed
l satisfactorily through correspondence. It will pay a housewife or business man equally well to Lead these advertisements carefully.
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MISSI'%EI5ELED WORD.
The word "mattress" was mis
spelled "imattres," in the ad of J. 'L.
Wallace. mattress maker. Those to
receive the Jacobs' Candies are Alvin
Hoffman, ,::0 Belleville Street, J.
Rosen, 7,21 Magnolia Street, and
James killeen, 5ul Belleville Street.
A great many answers were sent in
last week. Try to win a box of candy.
RULES TO GOVERN CONTEST.
ALl. ANSs EI5 MtA ST IE SENT IN NO
ANS\%ER Mlt l liE ON A CARD OK
PIECE OF I'Al'ER NOT LARGER TIIHAN
AN URIrNARY OI'i 10 ALRD AND YOU
SIIOULL \ KITEr .. .HE CARD AS
FIRs Ytt K NAM1E AND ADDRESS.
NECtINI), TlEl MISS'EI.LED WORD.
TIIIRD. TIlE NAME OF TIlE ADVER
TISEMENT 1I WIII(.lc IT APPEARED.
TtlE MISSl'E I.I.I- O ICORD CONTEST
API'I.IES tNI.'l TI OIUR CLASSIFIED
COLUMNS Al I'RE.EENT ON I'PAGE 7.
THE PRIZES WVILL. IE AWARDEI) EACH
WEEK TO TIIHREE SUCCESSFUL CON
TESTANTS.
m eciall n o ce
NOTICE.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given tof the disS.clution
of the Corporation. Orleans Cotton CompaiTy,
New Orleans, Loumsiana. All persons or
firms having claims corporation
kindly present them to the liquidator, at 517
Varieties Place.
I sNALI) A. MACI NNIS, Liquidator.
ISAAC S. 1GELLER, Attorney.
The members of Sunset Lolge. No. 108, L.
A. to R. R. T. will take out their receipts
from Cnallaghan' Drug Store. Olivier and
Pelican Ave. ly order of
MRS. LIZZIE ItEALEY. Treasurer.
TO AC(XOMMODATE MY ALGIERS
CLIENTS. I WILL HAVE OFFICE HOURS
AT 157 DELARONDE ST., FROM 8:30 TO
9:30 A. M. PIIONE. ALGIERS 9126.ia
ROBERT O'OONN(R.
ACCIDENTS, divorces, bad claims. 'etc.,
promptly attended to. 402 Interstate Bank
Building. Phone Main 2399.
' -interest on sa ingsý US sits
I UNITED STATES TR &IIt
SAVINGS BANK, 27 CAMP.
Ritt and IF'ound
LOST.
Green Parrot. from 435 Bermuda St., from
residence of Mr. Thos. Kearney. Reward
if returned.
LOST.
Gentleman's ruby set ring-flat stone. Lost
from Y. M. G. C. Club to Cosmopolitat
Hotel, then to Canal St., Ferry. Reward
if returned to 210 Pelican Ave.
LOST.
On Tuesday evening about 6:30 o'clock. in
Pacific Ave., car, a pocket-book, containing
a considerable amount of money. Reward if
returned to 232 Vallette St.
Two wardrobes. Apply 323 Delaonde St.
ltf.
Attention Ship and House
Carpenters
We carry a complete arortrenat of tools.
Prices reasonable. For your convenience
more open until 8:30 p. m. on Saturdays.
G. PITARD'S SONS,
131 CANAL ST. PHONE MAIN 1200
FTOIl fWoT
TO WHEOM IT MAY CONCIERNI AT
NAVAL STATION.
Have a large front rom for rent for of
ier. Will fix it up for your convenience.
Apply 3i6 Pelican Ave. It.
WHY TIRE YOURSELF
La Mting desirable rooms or board? We have I
taw, any part of town, listed at our office.
Sice absolutely free to you.
N ORLEANS SUaIIRENTAL AGENCY.
Maim 412. 611 Common St.
GIRiLS, wanted, for
We pay whIl1m
IVORY CARTER
CO.
427 Camp Street.
WANT TO NUT
Lais. Aliers 161 afor ishaest prices on
Swatr filters, copper, brass, lead, zinc,
rabet garsm nta iron.
W ' "WORK AT HOME
homs. Slanit sampl to
CONWA'S INFANT WKA.
COMPA, ..
-'
CONTRACTING.
General Contractor,
Repairs, alterations, painting, paving
decorating; best materials, labor; no
war prices.
PETERSON
717 Nashville. Uptown 2610.
IIAVE your repairs of all kinds done by
me; work guaranteed. Marcel L. Bernard,
335 ('arondrlet. Main 22n.
DRESSMAKERS.
ZERNOTT. MISS KATIIERINE. 36117
Magazine St. Also tailor-made suits.
Uptown 4549 J.
ELECTRIC WIRING.
i/ Interest on savings deposits
3 2 UNITED STATES TRUST &
SAVINGS BANK, 207 CAMP.
GROCERIE
WM. P. SALATHE, DEALER IN FAMILY
and Fancy Groceries, Fine Wines and Li
quors. Corner Bouny and Evelina Sts.,
Algiers. La.
HARDWARE.
FELIX BORNE, JR., Mill. Plantation and
Engineer's Supplies. Paints and Oils. 611
5I3 Patterson Street Phone Alg.ers S.
Attention Machinists and
Mechanics
We carry a complete assortment of tools.
Prices reasonable. For your convenience
store open until 8:30 p. m. on Saturdays.
G. PITARD'S SONS,
1031 CANAL ST. PHONE MAIN 2800
JEWELERB.
F. A. BRUNET
Established 1178
j EWELR
313 RoIal St.
Expert Repairlag Dose
REPAIREIO.
ALL kinds of repairinng, Bicycles Watches,
Clocks,. Umbrellas, Guns, Locks and Keys.
Anything else that is brokea. Algiers Prit
ins House, 813 Tech. St f
MISCELLJANOUS.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
MISS EDNA WATERSON,
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER-MULTIGRAPH
LETTERS AND GENERAL CIRCULAR
WORK
203 MASONIC TEMPLE.
$22.5 Ip $22.51 Up
reks DBroe
@.mple Uao Whopol aed
C. F. SAU1ELR L CO.
IMal 115$ 3S ST MCARLEIS T.
CISTERNS
FRED C. MIEROFIP
CISTERNS
Square & round talks; new & aeoand-hand
SCREENS
Hardwar--Palat
t11I Dapha 8t PhS. ls lemsek 158I
M ACKIIIE'S
NATURES REMEDY POR
CUTS, SORES, BURNS
KING OF HEALING OILS
25c
J L WALLACE, Mattress Maker, lhol.
strer, old miners resilvered respmonsible itsr
nsO pucker and meyer as, o hir . m3
PROlITABLE INVSTMRETS.
PERSONS eekinlg profitable invest
ments. hould address the dLtin Amer
,ee Unodewrtiin. Coopasy Irorpratod,
316 Macheca Builditn or phone P. E.
Howsrd, Main 4475, for sifornstion con
sed.l* profile to isweors uder the
Latin Amernm nlavesatment Plan for
PATENTS, TEIADEB .1l
PATEN, TIAIADP gs Cpy(
WHITNEY BAM ULDO.
..*
u-I
3 % Interest on savings deposits
UNITED STATES TRUST &
SAVINGS BANK, 307 CAMP.
MEDICAL
MRS. M. JOHNSON, graduate midwife, 1131
Carondelet. Main 2199. Rooms for con
finement.
IMRS E. BERTONIERE. graduate midwife,
Fonrmerly at 1537 Canal, now at 118 North
Derbigny. Galvez 9139.
MRS. LAURA ANDERSON. GRADUATE
MII)WIFE. 117 N. GALVEZ. IIEM.
2530- W.
MRS. PENNINGTON. MIDWIFE. ORA,
I'ATED TRAINED NURSE, 143 PRY
TANIA STREET.
MRS. KATE LAMOI
Graduate Midwife
402 Monroe St Phone Alg. 459-W
Rooms for Comalemeat
CUNDIFF, MRS. EDMOND P., 723 Ely.
sian Fields. Rooms for confinement
Ilemlock 1073.
MRS. F. BARRIER. graduate midwife, 1934
Canal. Phone Galvez 9122. Rooms for con
finement.
Mrs. R. J. Wall.
916 N. Villere. graduate nurse in obstetric
nursing. Rooms for confinement. Hemlock
606-W.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ON rent notes. undivided interest in real
estate or successions, unlisted stocks, in
voices, pronussory and mortgage notes.
ASSET REALIZATION COMPANY, INC.
803 Canal Bank Bldg. Telephone Main 4367.
Citizens Iank &
Trust Comipany
: o®f Louisiana ::
62 Gravier Street
OLDEST BANK SOUTH
Thrift Stamps and War Savings
Stamps for Sale
Savings Deposits Bear 3%% In
terest.
Compounded Semi-Annually.
I n terest on Mortgages
$50.00 payments on prinesi
pal reduces interest.
No bonus.
Liberty Homestead
73" COMMON
MULES AND HORSES.
MULES, MARES AND HORSES
M GLASIR'S
HORSE AND MULE EXCHANGE
921 to 929 Perdido E.S. Cobb. Auctioneer
Phoe Male s0e PL.e Maie 495s
FOR SALE AND FOR HIRE
We at all times carry a good supply of stock
to select from. Private Sales Every Day.
Auction Sales Every Wednesday and Satur
day. If you have and stock to dispose of let
us handle them for you; or if you want to
buy, see us before purchasing elsewhere.
A fresh Car load of Holsteins
and Guernseys just arrived. Get
cows that will make you money.
Wertz & Douglass
Crescent City Stock Yards
PRIVATE MARRETS.
PRrIT VBORTAIBLI.
Veletables, Pruit, Fish, Game, Greerkes,
PETER TALLUTO
Ct. Alia ad Sermada St. Pbos AlIless 4
FIREH ]LAT
lAeal Mahe, Phs a, .,
Pork., Veal and Mutton. Fresh meat ay tim
of day. . CATANES,
FrsN.
Wanted To Purchase
SHIP YOUR B30ES ROPE, METAL AND i
IRON
TOM. GLASE :
2733 TCHOUPITOULA STEET.
PLATINUyM  GOLD AND SILVE. I
APPLY TRAVERSE, MANUFACTURING
__ E. U1 ST. CHARLES ST. UP.
ZrINaST PanlCM PAID IO
OLD GOLD, SILVER,
PLATINUM AND FALSE
TEETH
OSwIE Dseues Ut. Ue anS
HIlGOsT PRICES PAID FOR
OLD GOLD, PLATINUM, FALSE
AUDUBON DENTAL SUPPLY,
59r AUDUBON BLD.
SECON HNDAIL UQrmnTURE WAr
--. . .EAus, N sr. PETER ST.
sM ANb La ap. a_
m orr mt.
rou w nwi Iu em rl- ,
IMSble sin ug, g., -
agais ma mi ammnce Tra
Rs R.B. DENTON SONS
& Junk, Empty BIottles, I)emijohns of all
P. such bought and sold.
Phone Main 2200
220222 S. Liberty St. NEW ORLEANS. LA.
SHighest Prices Paid for Second Hand Furniture
and Household Goods.
Weinberg's Furniture Store
1058 CAMP STREET.
Between Poeyfarre and Calliope.
Phone Main 3559 Prompt Service
Sherman Bros., Inc.
501 N. Scott St. Galvez 1311
We pay highest prices for all scrap iron
tha.t can he sheared by machine. also s-etl
I., m1achinery and pipes. Ilank references.
RAGS - BONES - BOTTLES
Best prices for scrap metals, scrap iron,
old cotton, moss, rubber, rope and all kinds
of junk. We send wagons all ovr- the city.
Country orders solicited. Give us a trial.
LIBERTY JUNK AND BOTTLE CO.
3418 Washington Ave. Phone Jac. 1737.W.
"BOTTLES AND CORKS"
We are in a position to fill any orders fr
all kinds of bottles, flasks and corks. No
order too small or large for us. Prompt
delivery. Out-of-town orders solicited.
AMERICAN BOTTLE CO.
719 Magnolia St.
Main 4940. New Orleans, La.
S3 Interest on savings deposits
UNITED STATES TRUST &
SAVINGS BANK. 207 CAMP.
PURCHASED AND EXCHANGED.
LOCKSMITH
KEY CHECK AND IACK WORK
Any cylinder key duplicated.
Novelty and mechanical repair
work.
R. J. BROU
324 Bourbon St. Main 5300
SKIP CHANDLEL.
J. Alsina Co., Ltd., Ship Chandler and
Fancy Groceries. Wines and Liquors. Tele
phone Hemlock 1045. 101 to 1017 Decatur St.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
GREGG shorthand, typewriting school.
Miss A. Cassanova teacher in charge. 351
Carondelet.
PITMAN-HOWARD Shorthand taught by
an expert. GREGG. by a member of Order
of Gregg Artists. Low rates; positions se
cured.
REASER SCHOOL
613 Canal Street
Southern College of
music
1461-1465 MAGAZINE.
All instrrments taught, also Eloea.
Expression, Harmony, Lanluages,
solfeggio, Vocal Instructions and la
sical dances.
SButrN College of Muic Slea Club
S10 G0 1 Per Month $1,00 o
Ukulele. Mandolin, Guitar, Ukulele
Banjo and Hawaiian Taropatch.
Send for Catalot.
GREGG SHORTHAND
Typewriting, Correspondence, Filing,
Mimeographing, Dictaphone, English,
Arithntetic, Penmanship, Civil Service
Coaching (whites), Bookkeeping taught
individually in day and night sessions
at
AUGISTlll BSllESS COLLEGE
(s be pm rumed) 848 Oeaselet St.
VIOLIN STUDIO
Mrs. L J. Hackemaller, 3316 Camp
"JAZZ ORCHESTRA"
Memi ir WA eauimse Phobe Up. 2409-W
Dancing School
FancyTo end Popular Dancing
Every Friday 5 P. n.
PYTHIAN HALL
L. G. Deaudelia, 1307 Pleusamt St.
Ph..e Uptown 608-W
TAILORBS.
NEW YORK LADIIES TALOR AND
I wish to announce that I am making one
of the latest models in uniforms at reason
able prices and will aguarantee that no one i
in this city can duplicate fit and price of
real tailor-mnde work. Can furnish refer
ences of society people. M. Fox, 634 S. Car I
rolmilton Ave. Phone Walnut 2352. Near
St. Charles Ave.
JOIN OUR "MAIL IT DO" PLAN
MODERN CLMANiR8,
441 Opelouea Ave. Phone AIg. 3T 1
As oar Government needs wool we have
resolved to help you save, and you eman do
it by Joininag our elub plan.
Our price Is within the reach of all.
Installation of latest type of machinery
within next thirty days.
Phone aus ad our repreleatatlve will
ll and explain elub plan thoroughly.
B. 1. TREADAWAY, Pop.
Mino Stove Works
Gas stoves, Instantaneous and auto
matic water heaters repyaired.
Main 1942. 7513 DARONNE. I
Ias
Wheas~F~~bji~ 1 ML
CARD Of THANKS
We wish to express our heartfelt thank ,
t our friend. and nei ighlli.rs for kindnes . iso
sympllathy shiiwri during the iilness in
drats of ,uir hel.vrei h:sband .and fther
('harles F. Iloffatetter; special thank. t,
.Mrs. E Il ttard and Mrs. II. '.,llins for thei
kitnd nurii ng :during hi - illne. I. tha :nk
to Rev. Wier and Rev Ilane: r fir their t.r
vices at the hIu-e and grave Thinks t.
)rs. J. F. P'oll,.ck and A. " King for theii
kind and promtpt attention. Speciai thanks t
our neighi irs and friends for the irbauitltu
fl-ral offering, and letters of co,i:s.ilatio
All have the everlasting gratitude .,f ha
WIFE AND )At 'iITER.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish ti express our sincere and lheart
felt thanks to relatives and friend. , for thi
kindness and sympathy sh.,wn u, dulring tine
line .and dle ath of our dear hu-i.ind .in
father. RoHbert T,iti.ot, who died on Mi n:l..y,
August 21. at 4:111 u'clcwk p. n. We wal l
to thank Rev. Father II,.we. for .ervices ren
dered, and also Father larkin and Ur. I',l
lick fur their faithful attentiotln; the en:
ployees if the Naval Statin. and tihe Knights
of ('olumnhus, fr their beautiful floral ,offer
ings. All have our everlasting gr titude.
WIFE ANI) ('IllI.).
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our thanks t the ft.
,ate t.r kiiti:ii s t.,wn durintg "icknt -
and death of Mrs. II. C. Ituschi. and for th,.
eaiit:tul floral ,.ffering,: Reiecca I.,dge
N. 2., Eiitil,.%er, of Mlieite & ('o. Itln;err
maker, a:.l- M it nis if Tug Monitgah. We
also extend thanks to our relatives. neigh.
I ors and friends of the family. al 'Pastor
IIainer for services a: the house ani, grave.
IIHUSANI) AND FA.MILV.
CARD OF THANKS.
We desire t evtend siur heartfelt thaniks
to our friends and neighh ira. wh. were s,
kind to us during the illness and at the
death of riur beloved husband. father andi
son, the late Charles Tackaherry. Spec al
thanks are extended to J.,hnsin Iron Works:
employees of Johnsoin rosn ,Works. en-i
lilyers ..f New ()rleans Dry I),cks. em
ployees of U. S. Naval Station. Father HI.,we.
IU- A C. King. and Miss M'lhred Coyne.
All have the everlasting gratitude of
IIIS WIFE. MOTHER AND CIILDREN.
CARD OF THANKS.
Thanks to St. Rita.
MRS. E. BROWN.
MR. BIRKUNGTON WAS LATE
Mra, B. Had Been at the Jewelers on a
Similar Mission Some Few
Months Before.
Mr. Birklington drove up In a "talt"
and entered a Jeweler's shop accom
panied by his valet, who carried an ob
long box of steel. Mr. Blrkllngton ask
ed for a private Interview, and, on be
Ing shown into the omce, he opened
the box, exposing a splendid array of
diamond and pearl necklaces, earrings,
tiaras and rings. "Mrs. B.," he said,
"Is now abroad. Before she returns I
want you to extract these stones and
replace them with good imitations,
selling the real Jewels and giving me
the money. This of course is to be a
confidential transaction." "I should be
glad to do as you ask," said the jewel
er, "but two years ago Mrs. B. called
here on a similar errand to that which
now brings you and the errand in
her case was successful. The paste
Jewels that you offer me are worth lit
tIe more than the hire of the 'taxi'
awaiting you outside!"
WOULD AMEND LORD'S PRAYER
Seemingly Nothing Was Sacred From
Revising Mind of This United
Statae Senator.
A well-known senator annoys his
colleagues sometimes because in his
desire to make legislation thoroughly
good he insists on many amendments.
During discussion in committee re
cently, this senator, whose name is not
Brown, insisted on amending and
amending, practically without end.
Finally, somewhat exasperated, a
colleague said to him, "Brown. I be
lieve if the Lords prayer were being
discussed here, you would want to
amend it."
Brown replied:
"Yes, I would. I would change the
clause 'Lead us not into temptation'
to read 'Give s strength to resist
temptatlon?.'"
Daws One Seremd Ca Fires.
Coal and its producta were not al
ways so popular uas they are today,
Alexander Findtay, a Welsh hemist,
reminds us in his book, "The Trees
ares of Coal Tar,"
"The Introduction of coal, espeelally
as a domeastle fuel, was for a long
time regarded with disfavror," be
writes, "Even In the setenteenth cen
tury It met with anu active boycott on
the part of 'the niae dames of London,'
whbo 'would not come into any house or
rooms where sea-coales were bmrned,
nor willlingly eat of meat that was el
ther sod or roasted with sea-coal fire'
-doubtless by reason o the pollution
of the atmosphere by smoke and of the
stench produced by the brning coal."
Coal was more popular tIn Englisand
-In lU, when mave dye appeared uas
eue of the coal tar products sad be
came so much the rage that Pch re
tfrred to the fashion epidemic as the
Mauve Measles.
Mule Meat.
"I the Germans capture any Amers
an males," says the Birmingham Age
Herald, "they may be tempted to try
mule stak," Perhaps so, but we trust
none ot our blends over there will
ever be called apon to mresort to any
such expedient. We are prod of our
mnales, the great work they have dome
and are doing over here a over tmhere
for victory. So apprelative are we et
the mule's services that we are ready
to stand hats o when he attempts to
bray the "Star-Spagle Banner;" but
we can never, no never recommend his
steak eve to the despsed Boche as
anything approaching a gastronomic
dlntyr--NashrllU e Banner.
than a pouad of guessing.
Who are you gon to blame mnt
ainter for not having coal?
Inreassed mwaes tfor radlread m
ad patched pants ifor paragraphers.
Parmerettes are givian ti tiao
in tmhe eld, field mice notwIthstadIn.
he - has ia hbout become
the dede bird t houas thi em
CM..
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IUn'er this heading will be foundl a \'vri.ty of busines, r
ed for ready reference. If you desire to ýImake a pur, 
any kind of goods, look at this li-t lwhich is arranged
cally for your convenience. The alvcrti,,,r, below are
and firms of substantial reliability.
"THE PAIAMS"
625 St. Charles St. Main 5002
Autoa Repuirs
LITTLE GRAND AUTO REPAIR WKS.
1548-1550 Canil St. Main 5675
GULF AUTO PAINTING CO.
708 Julia St., Phone Main 5353.
SODA FOUNTAIN-POOL ROOM
520 Opelousas Algiers 529
Chicken IFeed
BRUCE POULTRY & SEED CO.
732 Poydras (Algiers Delivery) M3885
Gu iters
J. BODENGER
157 Delaronde St.
Hat Reeno-vatevd
THE FRISCO HATTERS
Phone M 4540. 361 S. Rampart
Where To Stop llg ew Oreaja
NAME Adess Raa
IeEnme House 411 Bienville, ir% .Ca R~ ..g. -
Lrr0que House or. N. Peters tl-e n
AUITOOMBILE DIJRECTORy
Call up The Herald, Algiers 503, mad demeatratlo ef ay * uthmM
will be arranged to suit your emaveiiahe.
Name of Car Distributor Adders
Chanmlelr5 W. P. Parkhouse
Auto Co. 752 St. Charles
Fia nkli W. P. Parkhouse
Auto Co. 752 St. Chals 8t
wnick Bernstein-Glenny
Motors Co. 822 Howard Au
StearnS Bernstein-enny
Motors Co. 822 Howard Ave
E In$ n I Southern Motor L
and Truck Co., Inc St. Charles & Cad
IN l OTHER C11ES
Chester. Pa.. M negro VW
daily pay days.
Loraln, O. to building M$ amnw b s
for shipbuilders.
Baltimtore Md., is to have
for blinded soldiers
C hiago saloons are fobidmde b -
liquer bZ the bottle
Philadelphia is taking steps to ;hey
tuberculosis among neporas.
Kewanee, IL, sounds a whistle ev!ey
soon as a all to victory prayers.
Washington is to al ts pollee fetes
with limited service army men.
Milwaukee will ring church bells
when American victories are reported.
Washington wants its historle spots
marked by tablets for the benefit of
visitors.
Inventl. -
A craze for Invention Is sweeping
the country. Many a man who has
never been able to Invent an excuse to
hand the wife for getting home late
Is now accomplishing wonderful
things. Already 2,000.000 appliances
for the destruction of U-boats have
reached the patent odcs. One man
has evolved a brick boat, built entire
ly of brick from the keel to the crow's
nest. The chief value of this con
structlon is that the brick boat will
fool the wisest U-boats. It sinks as
soon asI is launched and the U-boats
are never able to fnd it.-New York
Mall
Prmet the *m*blebee.
Expert agriculturists in Australia
and the Philippine Islands realied the
Importance of the bumblebee to the
dover crop, sad Imported Immense
numbers of them to help along the
crops of their ountries. The bumble
bee is a tireless worker and keeps
steadily to the business of protecting
aur Interests. If he went on strike
or were driven away, as might have
happened not so long ago, when every
body considered all Insects a pest, the
parasites would soon get the upper
band and destroy our dover crops
Wifely Saremm.
"Where shall we gso taonightt asked
Mrs. Twobble.
"I would rather stay at home and
rest, answered Mr. Twobble, with a
groan. "Tm tired ot, my dear. You
have no idea of the wear and tear Im
subjected to in business."
"Oh, yes, I have. lve never visited
your eace yet that I didn't catch you
ther listening to somebody else tell
lag a yarn or telling one yourself. The
strain n yo must be terric."-Bir
m Age-Herald.
Their Calra O
Swemiar what ite kaiser tlm
K the ahsine Yankees
' peis he ema th's see
inert Os ' _
It. A. TANSEY
1-7 DI)elaronde St
IXI! ,4'ld.p MATERCI
729 5,t M irv St. j I AL O0
J. IIODENGER
-157 Delaronde St.
LOUl'IShAA PRINTING
t24 ('arondelet 8t
McKEI: IIEFRLIGERATOR 0o
Main 1717. 230 Barore
J. BODENGER
157 Delaronde St
PEERLESS DECORATING 00.
8422 Oak Street
Apie L iaSKA CO._
MOTORCYCLES AIM 5l
BOUGHT AeND mI
IVRUIt. N LaW MEII 8 m
TBXACO GASOLIE AJIUlSTA
L. S. SOULMAY. Mfr.
MAIN 4 e 20 IUN RAMPARI
IDEAL AUTO CO.
811 ST. CHARLES ST. n. 4
Expert Motor and Machine WaL
Reboring of cylinders and filtig dl d
pistons and rings.
Acetylene Welding.
Automobiles and trucks ofd ail i
paired by skilled mechanics.
All work positively uansr
Louis F. Martin,Jr.
Expert Automboli
519-521 Bprguady ,S
Phone xiat1467
USED CAR A UIII
1 Ford Dellvery Tru*
1 Ford toartg ear; A-1
1 1918 ll.ek; bend aw "....
1 1917 StndebsarU IpaSt
1 1917 Ovebrla; -1.ps i
1 1916 OldsmebilWe Spisa w
1 1117 Dzen; 6 qL 5 e -L
1 1917 Lsialgtse 6; tight "o
MANY OTISOl·
Open Sandays 9. t. i 3 0
Estopilal AMll ,EI
ust Camu l eSt. I
FARMERS'
Truck Bodies aid TtdIs
Al.so Lumber Tndl
Built to SPEdm
O'CONNOR & cG'
,ag. N,.." sd 3
General ala S Ma I _1.+
518-534 Julia St. Ptus "La i
Owens Tire
Expert VukIsl
4816 Prytania Up$.
USED CA S=·
THREE - -OURITH
TRUCK, A BAGAIN -
1916 FORD 'I a
GAIN.
117 SAXWNLL
1916 18SD r0D 3110
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