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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 September 1911

THE HERALD. OMS to he. Upbildlng of the West Side of the River. "A very ive and creditable weekly newmpaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. XIX. . NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1911. N.. 17. - ONALS D OTHERWISE of the Riverside Pleas lit Saturday evening for ,here they had a two-day which they entertained Inspector of Steam Ves w-o has been enjoying a , has resumed his du of Miss Irma Marie Mr. Royal Cochran was on Wednesday eve at 7:30. at the residence aunt. Mrs. Rosalba Gon --rth Rampart street. -. 5elcher and little daugh ot Galveston. but formerly are the guests of their * y will be given this ;l3eguin street, by Miss al 1. Zatarain. 'at 7:30 o'clock at the the Holy Name of Mary be a meeting and reception habetrs of the Holy Name swing which a business be held. All Catholic men are invited to attend and l-sty. spent Wednesday at in Ocean Springs. He home by Miss Lillie Shas been the guest of k. Garrard for the past Riehards, Messrs. E. J. iUebert and B. Bama -Sik4ed g...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 September 1911

$25 Reward! It has come to our notice that some irrespontible person or persons have been tampering with the meters, seals and wires in some of the plaeces we are furnishing light and power to in Algiers, McDonoghville and Gretna. Notice is hereby given that this is strictly against the law and all sueach persons that may be found guilty of doing or allowing same to be done with a view of defrauding the company will be vigorously prosecuted. No one has any right to tamper with your wires or meter installed in your premieee unless they show a badge of the company. We are now making a careful investigatlon of all meters and wires and hereby offer a reward of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for evidence leading to the conviction of the guilty party or parties. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co., 222 Elmira Avenue. ALGIERS SAZERAC APP. ST. JHN'S MARKET SA LOO N JAO SCHERE, PrP. Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches Sandwiches of All Kinds Day and Night E. J. MOTHE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Phone, Alg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 September 1911

U' 1' I -ritnres your-stý 1o t Customers I -d that our Laundr7 , Cats and Shirts is a / dry, .ta/sn - ORTH, - - Alent. ";oplar an annual is known today the overastle corrs"of TER "$ I DELTA FARlMS COY PAN T. u~ soIAN, PARISH OF OR Or NEW ORLEANSB. . that on this fourteenth day ,; year of our Lord one ard and eleven, before a notary public In and S tate of Iousl and qualiird, and in the witnesses hereinafter personally came e ades whose names are all above the full age - e severslly declared that, of Act 78 of 1904, as laws of the State of to the organisation of bereby form themselves a corporation for the and under the stip et forth. E Inc . title of the corporation delared to be ,ixr D- b be in the city of New it have and enjoy sue te name for a period ) ers from and after the hll have power and sue, and be gsed in M to make and use a eor rel rcelve. hlre and Wr ggreemal arpert, and to t to sme, and to tbonds, notes and ether legal proess shall iprledent and Itn the or Inabilitr t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 September 1911

THE HERALD PUBLIUHW D LBIRY THURSDAY. fstered at the Postolce at New Orlesa as Second-Class Mail Matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIFTION. One Copy, One Month, in Advance .. 10 One Copy. One Year. n advance......$1.00 DR. C. V. . RAIPT...Editor and Proprietor Address all commualcations to Dr. c. Y. Kraft, No. 500 Verret Street. 1ew Orleans. La. Phone, Algiers 503. NEW ORLEANS, SEPT. ', 1911. THE HERALD may be found at the fol iewaug placse: TItI HERALD (Algtier OMce). 500 Ver ret itreet TIll[ HAJRALD (City OSce), 823 Perdido Street. CHROEDER'S BOOK STORE, Opeloouss Avenue. UDO. 1L BATYES. Sldell Avenue. Subseribers failing to get THS HUR ALD regularly, will lease notify the basl mee Manager, N u. 500 Vearet Street. Please send communications for publlea tiose as early as possible, sad not later thea Tuesday night. All communications, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn t parties, dances and personal mentions will be inserted is THE IRERkIJ free eo charge. No communic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 September 1911

iMAt The Play Houses. _ TLI~J1JJIJWU SmlOR DAY PICNIC. Y -. marred to someu extent by 1 rain about 3 o'clock, the plc- t( T Trades Federation at the d Park at Mc(Donoghville on c proved a marked success. s after dark was large and g b oor was thronged. on was begun with a t which formed at Renecky's n iroeeded to the grounds at v Several hundred mem- a - several unions comprising c were in line and made 1 b Pmpression. Brookhoven's a to parade, followed by Com- 1 SUllaiform Rank, Woodmen of t nader the command of Sec- a D. E. Camus, who took - the absence of Capt. L F. t p present out of town. This atterwards gave a creditable i rlampetition for a prize, which by S. C. Smith. Quarter alesu McCloskey was the t event. Sixteen men were am their execution of orders ýos were held as scheduled t was by the following: Boys' Jar a slik tie. John Braii; 4 race, for a fan, Veronica ssyur pig race, for the pig, ; men's foot race, for a M. Glancey. It was an o popularity contest would at 8 o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 September 1911

George G. Brunssann, Funeral Director and Embalmer, 143 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 686. GOOD Union Saloon, S101 - MOROAN STIIBT* 01 CO LD JO. TA'LLONA, -- -  E R Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco. UNION BEER Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer in High Class Food Products Cooking Utensils, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc. TECHE " SLIDELL AVE. PHONE, ALGIERS 60. GEORGE J. PETERSON Pittsburg Coal and Coke LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD Yard and Offl*e: 26 sesgln Street. Reeldenees 41 Pellenm As PHONE, ALGIERS 454-W. When in Need of CUT FLOWERS WEDDING BOUQUETS AND FUNERAL DESIGNS Virgin Can Supply You Promptly Telephone, Write or Wire 838 Canal St. Phone Main 567 New Orleans Societies. Where and When T'Ihey Meet and Ad dresses of Their Offioers. Masonic. STS. JOHN LODGE NO. 153. 8ts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A. M., meets every Tuesday evening in Masonic Hall, corner Olivier St. and Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. W. M., Shade G. S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 September 1911

-. ANALYSIS Pitmnan-Spencerian Chartier By J. M. REASER, Prin. Com'l Department N: 0 the 'oremost novelists of the orld saud time was Charles ,.m ckens. a parliamentary shorthand reporter. He studied and ised a s stem to which I am going to devote reverential atten tion. Jke Robert Fulton's steamboat it was the first system-at least ' English spqeaking race. only difference is that Fulton's achievement is unquestionably tor of our mighty ocean greyhounds, our battleships, our as. Fulton's craft grew. The parent Pitman did not. It re as approa h to the subject entirely different from that for the of which Sir Isaac was knighted, to attain a result whose smpli e.e, legibility and reading power destines it to rule the world-the g-RIAN ci \IRTI ER System o Shorthand. Remember those words $ APPROAt'i TO THE SUBJECT ENTIRELY DIFFERENT." .prid Copllrteiid (which is, most of the time, simply a character - y pickenls tr his own autobiography) thus describes the trials and s of th. weary a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 7 September 1911

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Samuel Sidney McNeely vs. Harvey Parker McNeely et als.; partition.-P. P. Hennessey. BUILDING PERMITS. Morgan's La. & Texas R. R. & S. S. Co., owners and builders, open frame shed and wharf, composition roof, Pat terson and River Front, $39.000. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGE. Francisco Criposi to F. D. Charbon net, Jr., $400, 1 note, 1 year. 7 per cent., lot on right bank of Mississippi river.--Charbonnet. Eureka Homestead to Walter A. ('IIHARTER OF '"SO'NIA ItEAtI.TY (tOMPASY." ItNITI'I') S-rATE OF AMERI('A, STATE OF IA)I'WISIANA. IARISII OF OR LEANS, C(ITY Ul' NEW OREANS. Be it known. that on this seventeenth day of the month of August. In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and eleven, before me, fEouard F. Itenrlques, a notary public, duly commissioned and quall fied, in and for the parish of Orleans, state of Louislana, therein residing, and in the presence of the witnesses hereinafter named and undersigned, personally came and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1911

THE HERALD. S the Upbuilding of the West ide of the River. "A very Ive and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURER' REICORD. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1911. N.. 18. . .... .. .. . . i i aea 1 E H am ERSONALS ND OTHERWISE apvag of Diana street from avenue to Teche street has Fsted and accepted by the so inspection by City Engl Commissioner Smith and Jr., for the city, and Cornwell, representing the Bitulithic Company, the con S e% pavement is for a dins Sse block. Imhrman has appointed the delegates to the Interstate  rptways League convention, in Morgan City, Oct. 5-7: P. 8. Lawton, M. 8. Ma jg, W. Lennox, B. A. Hints and Connor left Wednesday - se in Algeirs after a few -ay at "Bayou Home" as the of Miss Joseph B. Garrard. She home by her mother, Conners. j.el of the Fire Department Drivers Jules Mender Company No. 16 to En y No. 18; L W. Brous Engine Company No. 18 to S any No. 16. Bach, the accomplishes r of Capt. and Mrs. L. jeesived her diploma ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1911

$25 Reward! It has come to our notice that some irresponsible person or persons have been tampering with the meters, seals and wires in some of the places we are furnishing light and power to in Algiers, McDonoghville and Gretna. Notice is hereby given that this is strictly against the law and all such persons that may be found guilty of doing or allowing same to be dons with a view of defrauding the company will be vigoroausly prosecuted. No one has any right to tamper with your wires or meter installed in your premises unless they show a badge of the company. We are now making a careful investigation of all meters and wires and hereby offer a reward of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for evidence leading to the conviction of the gauilty party or parties. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co., 222 Elmira Avenue. ALGIERS SAZERAC .. o. JIaN' MARKETr SA LOO N J UERER, Pmr. Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches Sandwiches of All Kinds Day and Night E. J. MOTHE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Phone, Algiers 2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1911

I I m I t I I Customers - ad that our Laundry Saereached a degree d a that few ever attaln. ; L .luander Cass and Shirts to a Custcan : n ith pure sweet breatho fourteenth day tha of it our Lord on sadee and eleven, before Lafander Cu and SqhalsledI and t e u yits nter personall came T, l above the ll age 'U Act 7A of 1904. R ( OFF NEW ORLEANS. aws of the ourate of o ther our anisatonrd one drsetS fnd ort ua4tant±d to be DaXIM a notary public tn and Slain the city of New have and eo and In t me for aona c years from and a r the il abovke the a eaorg receive, hde lard thpar. loAsal 8 roperty, as to Taw. on the frtent d 1 the same, anlod to aend uandler the di set for wh h -i and the w ntyre oft ere enaxted, ame t, i*-In, owntr i aotherwae dtspohe fl eof whatsoever that rows of the Satotf ld lae dsn or stn or meldraintxi and cove uby place or ptnes to arn unter the sti-e extend, work, fo it do spose of ra Mts or plants of what for the tp oNewo W otherwie aeperi yogi ftherwise ndafeth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1911

THE HERALD PUBLIIIND EVERY THURSDAY. otored at the Postolleo at New Orleas as Second-Class Mal Matter. TERMS OF sUBSCB&IPION. One Copy, One Month, Is Advance .. 10 One Copy, One Year, In advance ...... 1.00 DR. C. V. KRAIFT...Editor and Proprietor Address all communlcations to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret Street, New Orleans L. Phone, Algers 503. NEW ORLEANS, SEPT. 14, 1911. THE HERALD may be found at the fol HERALDT (Algiers Oice), 500 Ver em Street THE IUIRALD (City Once), 823 Perdido Street. SCROEDER'S BOOK STOBE, Opelou5ss Avenue. 0. E. BAYES., Slidell Avenue. Sbscrbeers failling to get THE HR A reularly will plas notify the bu s Manager, No. 500 Verret Street. Please send communicatlon for publics liess as early as possible, and not later tua Tuesday sight. All commnlcatlons, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn pete, dances and personal met ons wll he luerted In THU i,3I3P free om charge. No communlcation will be re selved ales sllgned by the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1911

At he Play Houses.i i,. a s letAIlal.ggg re g 11L T1L T E T IT Y 1 7 " aLANE. IN THE TRAIN." d anusa ,1 importance AslIae for the week of Sben Charles Dilling ,i ction. "The Girl in S be presented. Much in this engage tre-goers as the me opera recently played at the Globe The and is heralded as a offering. C. William German character ec -- seen in the leading gi a splendid company N, ONE OF THE PRIMA DONNAS IN "THE GIRL ID '-TULANE THEAT RE, SUNDAY, SEPT. 17. with a big chorus girls will render Ten musictans the company to en . @eeetra. "The Girl recognised as one of last sea Berlin and Lon played in Ger Fran." The a, who prvided cerry Widow," and all, who com k.w Dollar Prin alaptation is by 1i the three scenes with its pictur The first for divorce In Mbl is the outcome .egkag car between a court secretary, Loo, a celebrated the principals sap attendants or as in smart at Mr. Kolb has ea Tromp, before The Judge and given to o* ed the women Ib -with both tar aivorce, and s eecond ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1911

George G. Brunssann, Funeral Director and Embalmer, t24 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 666 GOOD Union Saloon. 201. MOESOAN STEBET - 3e COLD _______"". E E R Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco. UNION BEER Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer In High Class Food Products Cooking Utensils, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, OGrain, Etc. TECHE A SLIDELL AVL PHONE, ALGIERS S. GEORGE J. PETERSON Pittsburg Coal and Coke LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD Yard and Offlse: 2 s SReel a rte. Rwldews 4l 1 Pbs.. l A PHONE, ALGIERS 454-W. When in Need of CUT FLOWERS WEDDING BOUQUETS AND FUNERAL DESIGNS Virgin Can Supply You Promptly Telephone, Write or Wire 838 Canal St. Phone Main 67 New Orleans Societies. Where and When TIey Meet and Ad dresses of Their Ofcers. Masonic. ST8. JOHN LODGE NO. 153. Sts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A. M.,.meets every Tuesday evening in Masonic Hall, corner Olivier St. and Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. .W. M., Shade G. Smith, 625 Belle vi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1911

-ANALYSIS Pitman-Spencerian Chartier By J. M. REASER, Prin. Com'1 Department Pitmn-Spnceran Carie ý_ The foremost novelists of the world and time was Charles ns, a parliamentary shorthand reporter. He studied and a system to which I sm going to devote reverential atten Robert Fulton's steamboat it was the frst system-st least lish speaking race. difference is that Fulton's achievement is unquestionably of our mighty ocean greyhounds, our battleship. our SFulton's craft grew. The parent Pitman did not. It re approach to the subject entirely diferent from that for the which Sir Isaac was knighted, to attain a result whose slmplt legibility and reading power destines It to rule the world-the CHARTIER System o Shorthand. Remember those words ROACH TO THE SUBJECT ENTIRELY DIFFERENT." Copperfleld (which Is, most of the time, simply a obamrter ens for his own autobiography) thus describes the trials and of the weary and heart-rending time he had in learning Pit- l himself to report Parliam...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 14 September 1911

Algerines at Law. GIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Authorization of Mrs. Matilda Schild to mortgage.-- M. S. Mahoney. Succession of Mary A. Ratigan; pe titlon to homologate inventory. Succession of Archibald B. Wilcox, tutorship.-P. F. Hennessey. U. S. DISTRICT COURT. Ada Dunning vs. The N. Y. & Porto Rico Steamship Co.; suit filed to re cover $30,000 damages for the death of petitioner's husband.-Armand Ro main, attorney for plaintiff. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Mrs. J. Tapie to J. Kask, lease of property and privilege to purchase same, No. 723 Teche street, for one year at $12 per month.-Private. Land Development Co. of La., Ltd., to Wid. Geo. Allen, portion, Newton, Brooklyn, Homer and River, $28.68 cash.-Cotoedo. Mrs. Lillie Lauman to Delmar Real ty Co., lease of property corner Alix and Bouny for one year at $40 per month.-Private. Frank W. Lahusen to same, lease of property corner Newton and Webster Albreoht Dures'. Tankard. One of the quaintest of drinking ves euls is to be seen at the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1911

THE HERALD. D 1 0 te k Upuldlhg N the West lde s the River. "A very give and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURER8' R.'CORD. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1911. No. 19. SNALS p OTHERWISE vowers of Slidell, La., is " her mother, Mrs. Jno. Renecky spent 8un la, La. of ,Empire, La., spent b town. Ed. McCormack and rturned Saturday from y presented her hues * kby boy last week. Circle will hold its tonight at Pythian Rabin and two children Kinkaid left yester gpme time at Midland. SSept. 17th, the infan4 ,lTaddeus Cronin and Was baptized in the Holy Name of Mary. were John Euper and lice. The name bestow lile one was Gertrude Salathe had his toe Satnrday by being a vehicle at the corner of and Opelousas avenue. Ms. Sam Oswald and chil tinday at Bay St. Louis. there, Mr. Oswald had to run a fish-hook in `H was attended by Dr. who left a few Turis to accept a posl tetarned again to our 1 Begins Monday 25--Oh, What Joy It Is ,. ` * nabout them, and lookin for s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1911

$25 Reward! It has come to our notice that some erresponsfile person or persons have been tampering with the meters, seals and wires in some of the places we are furnishing light and power to in Algiers, McDonoghvW le and Gretna. Notice is hereby given that this is strictly against the law and all such persons that may be found guilty of doing or allowing same to be done with a view of defrauding the company will be vigorously prosecuted. No one has any right to tamper with your wires or meter installed in your premises unless they show a badge of the company. We are now making a careful investigation of all meters and wires and hereby offer a reward of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) for evidence leading to the conviction of the guilty party or parties. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co., 222 Elmira Avenue. ALGIERS SAZERAC PP. ST. JI'S MARKET SA LO O N JACK sCHERER,r P i Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches Sandwiches of All Kinds Day and Night E. J. MOTlHE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Phone, Algi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1911

j el I a I * " a tl " I b Yd that our oLadry raustom er C$ ths and Shirts un ; that fsures eour atteain. ertcansoe J that our Landry - an ry , mr , thaORTH, fe - At . * lod and the tn e Ihat bInuresa your satla 1UZI CHARTER DsIXI DELTA FANMS COY PAN.T. S UISIAndryN, PARIS OF OR CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. , tht on this fourtenth day Is the year of our Lord one  se hundred and eleen, before a. Eustis, a notary public in and of Orleans. State of  Olrsl aes•lsshoned and qualled, and Into of the witnesses herelnafter tdrsntpned, personally came the rsons whose names are all above the full ag who severally declared that, vas of Act 78 of 1904, as .8 l. tlaws of the State of tie to the organisation of thy hereby form themNalve to a corporation for the and under the stl set forth. i , title o the orporateet i declared to be ,Dasr Da iln be to the y te oo o dne ' uhll heave and on. o esorate name for a pers () years from and ,the Sshall have nor fu d e-st Ac~ sue, 7n o 1a , a lme; to make and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1911

THE HERALD PUBLIBRWD BERT THURSDAY. ateoed at tt Postocee at New Orleas as SecoudClsts Mall Matter. TERMS 01 BUBSCRIPTION. One Copy, One Month, inAdvaaCe .. 10 One Copy, O Ysr, t aadvance......SLOE DR. C. V. ERAIP...Editor and Proprietol Address all communlcatlons to Dr. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret Street New Orleans, La. Phone, Algiers 50 NEW ORLEANS, SEPT. 21, 1911. Till HERALD may be found at the ol Hw i RADe, (Alkgies Oeo), 500 Ver tst Streeti Till IERALD (City Once), 823 Perl4de cHOEIDER'S BOK WTO1 Opgeloueas Avenue. (10. . BAYES Slidell Avenue. Subseribdes falling to get .THE fbu JLW) rregularly, will pleame notify the hy - m Manager, No. 00 Verret treet Pleas. send commucatlos for publics tloes as early as possible, sad not later than Tuesday night. All communlctlons, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawe se Lrted is THE pe ERI tl Itfree ebarge. No communlcation will be rt eelved unles signed by the sender. We do not publish your name in connection w...

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