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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1911

EEH1At The Play Houses.EEDI II - ***-** pu pu pl op I pgpI opup WWpl M Mi pg ge ggage p papopual po pm p a m a pu pu m: +u ++ m m I: TULANE. $fcement sure to please the jo of our city is the coming Aphie James, co-star with the James. in "Judy O'Hara," -lasne, Sunday, Sept. 24. jAes has surrounded herself "l ýceptional cast, including oang, Andrew Robson and rMacDowell, names 'well and known to the theatre-going JAMES, THE LEADER OF THE FOUR-STAR COTERIE TO AT THE TULANE NEXT WEEK, IN "JUDY O'HARA." O'Har" is the work of Mrs. Bodugon burnett and Freder Stanley. Mrs. Burnett will rmembered for her "Little roy," "The Dawn, of To .,s "The Little Sister of James is considered one temperamental women of and her rapid advancement NT-"THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR." eelat arrangement with the Schiler Amuse will present the great $aaners comedy, "The Door," at th9 Crescent Ir an engagement of one the usual matinees com y, September 24. The the particulars is the SJewv and a Chrtia prhbo odr to each o...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1911

George G. Brunseann, Funeral Director and Embalmer, 143 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS oL. GOOD Union Saloon. L01 - MOESAW STKRET * *OS COLD '"_" __ BEE Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco. UNION BEER Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer in High Class Food Products LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD Yard and Offles: 2i SstuIn StrLeet. AI.isldns. 4M 1 Pki llnd Aof PHONE, CALGIERS 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 667 New Orleane Societies. Where and When They Meet and Ad. dresses of Their Officers. Masonic. 8T8. JOHN LODGE NO. 153. Sts. John Lodge No. 15 PF. and A. M., meets every Tuesday evening in Masonle Hall, corner Olivier St. and Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. W. M., Shade . Smith, 625 Belle vile St.; . W., Fred H. Galt; J. W. Adolph Spitstaden, Jr.; Treasurer, Geo. Htrbert, Jr.; Secretary, L. J. Peterson, 518 Verret St.; Chaplain, C. A. Suth erland; Tyler, W. Semat;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1911

ANALYSIS Pitman-Spencerian Chartier By J. M. REASER, Prin. Com'I Department 4.ONG the 'cremoet novelists of the vorld sad time was Charles Dickens. a parliamentary sorthand reporter. He studied and used a system to which I am going to devote reverential atten tion. eke Robert Ftlton's steamboat it was the first ystem--at least the English speaking race. Te. only diff'rence is that Fulton's achievement is unquestionably progenitor of our mighty ocean greyhounds, our battleships. our lss. Fulton's craft grew. The parent Pitman did not. It re sa approach to the subject entirely different from that for the of which Sir Isaac was knillhted, to attain a result whose simpli gRIAN CIIARTIER System o Shorthand. Remember those words .AN APPROACH TO THE SUBJECT ENTIRELY DIFFERENT." David Copperfield (which is, most of the time, simply a character Sb Dickeus for his own autobiography) thus describes the trials and s of the weary and heart-rending time he held in learning Pit -to prepare himself...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 21 September 1911

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. * '.I1 s Succession of John I. Hulse; tutor ship.-Robt. O'Connor. Succession of Jeremiah B. Collins; tutorship.-A. J. Cahill. Emancipation of Peter and Agnes Collins; Judgments of emancipation. M. S. Mahoney. Succession of Lou'sa Bourgeois, wife of Louis Williams, et al.; possession. -M. S. Mahoney. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES. Mrs. Hagar Connor to Enterprise Merchandise Co., $24, I note, 1 year, 8 per cent., all rights, title, etc., in lot, Jackson, Vallette, Verret and Homer. -Mahoney. Mrs. Matilda Schild, wife of Winm. Barker, to Interstate T. & B. Co., $800, 1 note, 1 year, 8 per cent., lot, Brook lyn avenue, Teche, Homer and New ton.-Mahoney. Mrs. Mary C. Marclante, wife of Au gust Babin, to E. B. Ellis, $800, 1 note, 1 year, 8 per cent., 8 lots, Seguin, Bouny, Eliza and Alix.-Manion. Spoiled It All. A farmer went to bear John Wesley preach. Wesley said be would take up three topics of thought. He was talk. ing chiefly about money. His fir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 September 1911

THE HERALD. EDev ted tthe Uphulding of the West Side of the River. TA very Ive and creditable weekly newpapar."-MANUFACTURERS' RI!CORD. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1911. N.. 20. ERSONALS AND OTHERWISE A. Goebel is spending some Montgomery, Ala. Borne was a week-end M Bay Adams last week. Miss Maud Lennox spent a with Dorothy and Carlotta Bay Adam last week. Holdeman of Empire spent ýs with friends here, return Sunday evening. Bease was the guest of his p w, Dr. C. V. Kraft, sev last week at Bay Adams. C. Graft spent Sunday at L Kinkaid left Monday for 1sag*. Babin and children and Kinkaid returned Sater Midland. E Ousset expects to leave or Pennsacola, Florida. 1. Munstermann and children ed from Abita Springs, spent the summer. f Baker and children are spending the summer at N. E. Tackaberry accompanied Mary and Emma Collins, Friday from Houston, Texas, 'Te spent a month with her James W. Collins. They also Mrs. Felix J. McGivney, for Nettle Macpherson, of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 September 1911

$25 Reward! It aes come to out notice that some lireponelbe person or person. have been tempering with the metere, soals and wire. In some of the piece. we are furnlhinig light and power to in Algiers, McDonoghvi.le and Gretna. Neotice . hereby given that tis Ie strictly egainst the law and all oach persea that may be found illty of doing or allowing onme to be done with a view of defrauding the compasy will be vigorou* prosecuted. No one he. any right to tamper with your wire or meter ibstll.d in your premues munlee they show a hedge of the company. We are now making a careful nvatlation of all meters and wires and hereby offer a reward of twenty-five dollar. ($25.00) for evidence leading to the conviction of the guilty party or parties. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co., 222 Elmira Avenue.. ALGIERS SAZERAC P. IT. J.,NE ' SALOON tIE keR . Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches Sandwiches of All Kinds Day and Night E. J. MOTHE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Phone, Algiers 29. No. 222 Morgan Street...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 September 1911

J-; n that our L~mdrm e I I 'I I SLsamnder haCures acd adree ed ' • that insures your atlla e aud delithL merican f J. NORTHI, - -Aget this coffeeyw¶t find this printed .I UARANTC ad thvis caams , I~ Ifed IneUe - ERAnT OI JANRICl tAT - -IANA, PARISH O" OR drlY or Isu OlVw LUo N. that oa thin s·iteenth da, of lopteshr. ia the year 004 hunbln and eleve, and oi of the Unlite Stat. oi one handred ad thlrty-slxth l ~alh of Orlean. rstte oc *Beeln redin, duly sworn, cor qullled, and in the premenci hereinafter named and on Ially e and appeared thb whbe namares ae hereunt. who severally declared thai lws of the lawn of the stati in me eu mad and pro have contracted and amged, au In cnmt ract, agree and blul an well a all other person. wi auocinted with them, to torn for the objects and PUrpo: lbs artiles and stlpunltlou sn 61 the corpratlen shall 1. id crpoatli shall have sad of alnsty-nine yers frean a. heeof, unless soor dimol'd ._ law. Its deMlcile shall be _s Dew Orlnas, state of L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 September 1911

THE HERALD PL BLIBLFWD EVERY THURSDAY. sotered at the Postomee at New Orleans as BeeoudClaN Mail Matter. TERMS OI SUBSCRIPTION. Oee Copy, One Month, in Advance .. 10 One C.opy, One Year. In advance......81.00 DR. C. V. RAPT ...Editor and Proprietor Address all communications to Ir. C. VV.Kraft, No. 500 Verret street. New Orleans, . PhoLa, Algiers 503. NEW ORLEANS, SEPT. 28, 1911. TIllK HERALD may be found at the fol T pL HERALD) (,Algies Odce), 600 Ver STilE 1ERAID (City Olce), 823 Perdids SCHROEDER'S BOOK BTOa Opeloumas GD. E. SAY S, Blidell Avenue. lubscrlibem fallig to gt TE zE, cL regularly, will please notifyt the bas sss Manager, Na 500 Verret Street Please s oen m comuaCato   r p lacr' tios a early an P mle. andot Ltr than Tuesdayl nigh t. f All ommunmlctlonn, such na let fro the peope and news notes of balls, lawn mrtlee, dances and personal mention will be Inserted I THEI i Bomo l free eharge No comnmuleacaton will be re' celved unls signed by the sender. We Snlot pb...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 September 1911

Et he Play Houses. I O +-+ -++ +-+'U++ ROSE" AT THE TULANE - a the day' of "Florodora" been a musical comedy with popular as that of "The Red phch comes to the Tulane Sest week, beginnmng Sunday r 1st. There are twenty in it and every one ap "r appeal to the individual taste portion oft he audience. The Robert ]lood Bowers,, has I-tune in royalties from his oI seems to have grasped the g writng musically and at the ma mM UAN THE ATR, WEEK SUNDAY, .OCT. 1 t·. · ~ tj ýý fFy f~~· *ý rDI#B"-RILIN IIIILCOYD ? FULAE THbTRE WEI( SFNDLY, OT ' eopular airs. Mr. Bowers for the proper Inaterpr work and for that reason will hear many In Sarely seen In the orchestra 'Tslane.  ag Ma Cherle" is Just the a young, innocent school like to sing. The theme a 4 verse' is as delicate and as the breath of the south a bank of violets. It ap THE CRESCENT. e St. Elmo. ew," Is a phrase which sum up the Vaughn tion of "St. lamo," at beginning Sunday night. represents an nnovation nts a departure frqpn line...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 September 1911

IGeorge G. Brunseann, Funeral Director and Embalmer, 143 MORGAN STREET. PHONEL ALGIERS IS. GOOD Union Saloon. COLD " STR B EE R Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, B E and Tobacco. UNION BEER Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer in High Class Food Products Cooking Utenslls, Llquers Alo kind All kind.s of Feed Stuff. Hay, Corn, Oata, Bran, Grain, Etc. TECHE a SLIDELL AVL PHONE, ALGIERS N. GEORGE J. PETERSON Pittsburg Coal and Coke LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD ard amd loIo:8 eel SerNI St Reomo.dsos 4d 1 PeieMn MP. PHION. AWIeRS 454-W. When in Need of CUT FLOWERS WEDDING BOUQUETS AND FUNERAL DESIGNS Virgin Can Supply You Promptly Telkphens Write or Wire 838 Canal St. Petse Main NP New Orleans Societies. Where and When They Meet and Ad dresses of Their OSeers. Masonic. STS. JOHN LODGE NO. 113. Ste. John Lodge No. 153 F. sad A K,. met every Tuesday evening i Masano Hall, corner Olivier 8t, and Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. W. K., Shade 0. Smith. 635 Belle vtie Si.: 8. W., Fred H. Galt; J. W. AIp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 September 1911

'ANALYSIS Pitrnan-Sier By J. MC. REASER, Pin. Com'I Depar ,r .-' '~ the foremost novelists of the yorld and time was Charles hihkens. a parliamentary shorthand reporter. He studied and esd a system to which I am going to devote reverential atten deas. Ugb Robert Fulton's steamboat it was the fist system--t least g English speaking race. only dilerence is that Phltoa's achievement is unquestionably tor of our mighty ocean greyhounds our battleships. our Fulton's craft grew. The parent Pitman did not. It re approach to the subject entirely different from that for the which Sir Isaac was knighted, to attain a result whoso simpli legibility and reading power destines it to rule the world-the N CHARTIER System o Shorthand. Remember those words APPROACH TO THE SUBJECT ENTIRELY DIIFERENT." pds Copperfeld (which Is, most of the time, simply a ehbrater by Plckens for his own autoblography) thus descrlbes the trials and of the weary sad heartr dlng timei he had la learning Pit prepare himself...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 28 September 1911

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Emancipation of Miss Agnes Maher -Robt. O'Connor. Succession of John I. Hulse amounts to $2,545. James I)emonrelle vs. Mark A. Morse et als.. judgment for defendants dismissing suit at plaintiff's cost. A. Tufts vs. C. Weinberger, motion for subpoena duces tecum. Successionf of Mrs. Mary Ann Lin den, widow of Owen Conly her hus hand; possessign.--N. E. Humphrey. Successioh of J. B. Collins amounts to $3,413.01. Tutorship. Mrs. Widow J. B. Collins at natural tutrix of her minor children. $568.83. TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE. Land Development ('o. of La., Ltd., to Lewis Ashbey, lot, River, Brooklyn, When Parasols Began. Parasols wheu they tirat came Into use must have wleel cumbersome. Henri Estiene. writing into 15Th. speaks of a pIaraol as capable gener ally of sheltering four persons from the sun. And when they diminished In circumfereuce the material still re mined of the beaviesL Red velvet parasols. with beavy gold fringes. were carried by ...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 October 1911

THE HERALD. Devetd to the Upbuilding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. -L.. XIX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1911. N.. 21. ?)ERSONALS 1 AN D OTHERWISE Alma ; ,lds will entertain friend, :, xt Saturday even bonor of te ,ifth anniversary of A. Goet. I returned Friday gontgome: , Ala., where he his vacatio0. Ssteamship :!!tufields left Algiers miiay mornin, .,fter being laid up time. gteamshii, Mount Vernon has - at the .leffersun iron Works to Jexlcan sreimship Oaxaca has a oe of the New Orleans dry' ,adergoiug general repairs. gola Abbott is taking up a in music at the Southern Col music. ';et but pretty wedding was sol on Wednesday, September 27, n, Tex., in which Miss Flor Talen, an amiable and lovable lady of Algiers, and Mr. Louis ge of Houston were the prin The ceremony was performed Catholic Church. The bride away by he brother George of Galveston. The couple are a honeymoon tour in Califor-, Ad...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 October 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, f cDonoghville 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-fie 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. JHN'S MARKET'SA LO O N JA CHEREUR,. Prp Oyster Loaves and Sandwiches Sandwiches of All Kinds Day and Night E. J. MOTHE UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Phone, Algie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 October 1911

1I S01 I 0o it U i r r I u f' We Our C'ustomers fain ad uhat our Laundry gt has r ,ched a degree of don ,, few ever attain. , We I Launder :oars, Cuffs and Shirts in a VW that insures your satisfao {ea sad delight. `American ,' Laundry, MJlf'" I ___ ,______ _I. - , ORTH, - - Agent. m -LUZ------ a Tis often said to makea sale it Just as good as Let no such vad,to wean you from four time -tried riend, COFeFEE CHARTER OF DIXIE TRADING COMPANY. STATES OF AMFRICA, STATE OF ILOUISIANA. I'ARISH OF OR LEANS, CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. It known, that on this sixteenth day moath of September, in the year one nine hundred nod eleven, and of idependence of the United States of the one hnudred and thirty-sixth, me, Scott E. Beer, a notary public for the parish of Orleans, state of therein residing, duly sworn, com and qualified, and in the presence witnesses hereinafter named and un personally came and appeared the -artles whose names are hereunto who severally declared that mselves of the laws of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 October 1911

THE IERALD PUBL51L1D EVERY THURSDAY. latred at the Postoleio at New Orleas as S.-ond4-'as Mall Matter. TERMS OF UiitStRIIPTION. . Copy, One Mn. b, la Advance .. 10 One copy. One Yarr in advance...... 1.00 DR. C. T. KILABT.'...Editor and Proprlet': Addre's a!! oramuslltatlons to Ir. C. V. Kraft, No. 500 Verret Street. New Orleans, IA. Phone, Algiers 503. Titl II:RAb-IA asay be found at the for Tils pII.1A jID ýille:rý Olrce). 50 Ver 7TlE iIREALD (ilty .J)fice), 023 Perdldo at rect. S, IrTIE; .:: 1S BOO11K S10t ,. Opelousas Far H ) . t  tS .. r iil'!wi Ave I be r tuL.,.r rber fillilg ' "u Rt THEl 11F I, A,) egntear!y. si:' Inea'u uotity the bule sees Manager. N" 500 Ve-ret Street. l'leate aend . l.hur ati na for pubtllia (loas asi early a' ;,,," be. and sot later lbaa Tueaday nIl .I. All cotmmunlctaton', such as Ietters fomat hla people ant news noloe of .al!t . lawn parties. dOrer as I pe iiatn maentiins wril Te Inserted II ti ' II.:RAlll, ' fre oif eharg. No cornmmunlcaflhn will be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 October 1911

+,+ ++++++++++÷+ I t Il++ + + + + l IIAt The Play . Houses. f +++++ +++n ·j RsON Dr NGELIS IN '. HE LADIES' LION" r.. jleonn ) .\:;- !is and his splen idlc o' ':upany, in "The Lion., . ' t ne Tulane The ger the w. , : October 15. De has ,,;! . ..,d himself with pwerful c,,,, i. ,f singers, danc 0 1 corne' an:d "The Ladies' i is a con , !ra of merriment iltodY. F.;. & Lederer, who lgecting the I,. .\i;gelis tour, have ed one of : largest and most ful scenic pr, hl, tions ever sent the road. i! of the costumes, ry and propeIt: were purchat" g e leadlng s:,dies of Europe and patel color s ,,wrtes are wonder 6agmples of the .artistic. IM book of "'T!,e Ladies' Lion" was by Mr. lie Angelis and Wil r-T. Franc- is iesponsible for the Remember e Make e Best Ice Creams! Why We Make The Best? Because it is cooked and has no artificial ingre dients. It is maed of the pure fresh creem te eole ggsp, highest grade sugar 4a the pure vailla beau. DOCTORSRECOMMEND IT. stiktics has proven that y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 October 1911

George G. Brunssanq, Funeral Director and Embalmer,. 34$ MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 166. GOOD U nion Saloon, 201- MORGAN STREET - 21 IJ TA LOJ), P rLLO, o" - BE E R Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco. UNION BEER Theo. J. Lala, The Grocer, Dealer in High Class Food Products Cooking Utenlsls, Liquors of All kinds. All kinds of Food Stuffs. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Grain, Etc. TECHE a SLIDELL AVE. PHONE, ALGIERS .0. GEORGE J. PETERSON Pittsburg Coal and Coke LUMBER, SAND AND FIRE WOOD Yard and Offleo: U23 S tguait RIsldenhms 4s1 Peas. ALm 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 687 New Orleans Societies. Where and When 'Tly Meet and Ad dreses of Their Ofoers. Masonic. STS. JOHN LODGE NO. 153. Sts. John Lodge No. 153 F. and A. M., meets every Tuesday evening in Masonle Hall, corner Olivier St. and Pelican Avenue at 7:30 o'clock. W. M., Shade G. Smith, 62...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 October 1911

S1ANALYS IS Pitman-Spencerian Chartier By J. M. REASER, Prin. Com' Department KONG toh ',emost novelists of the world and time was Charles DIcý, :- a parliamentary shorthand reporter. He studied and used a .stem to which I am going to devote reverential atten tion. Like t,'t. rt Fulton's steamboat it was the first system-at least the ~:=n'in"g speaking race. The only 'itrence is that Fulton's achievement is unquestionably 0 progenito: o, our mighty ocean greyhounds, our battleships. our titaulas P .:ton's craft grew. The parent Pitman did not. It re d ann ip; aih to the subject entirely different from that for the j g of w , i tir Isaac was knighted, to attain a result whose simpli i ease, leg Itty and reading power destines it to rule the world-the pNCERIAN I ARTIER System o Shorthand. Remember those words *r.AN APPRO .CII TO THE SUBJECT ENTIRELY DIFFERENT." David CUpporfield (which is, most of the time, simply a character psi by Dickeh ri for his own autobiography) thus describes...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 October 1911

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. 98,22S Succession of Miss Irma Phls.an; possession--\. II. Seym,;ur. R8240- St:.(.cssion of Jean lat le Tapi--F'. J. I)reyfous and A. 1. lutn ziger. Suc(cession of A. B. \V~1iox. plti'ion to hormologate family meetix;g Su:'seaifon of A. It. \Itic(ox amounts to , l, . S 'cces, ion cf A. 1s. W'ilcox; lwtitioni to homologate inventory. Su cession of L. Baptiste; judgment putting widow and heir in possession. Inru riii(tion of Frank Mct;inty .l ;. Mahoney. TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE. IAouis Robinson et al. to Joseph Sigh, interest, 4tC.. in lo; fronting on a public road kntown as Saux or ('a nsna lane; $-,10 cash M aholney. Lorenz E. Konrad to 1Irs. Aue. Mar tin ,port ion, Odeion. Laamarque. Or leant and I)eArnlas: $75 ash I'ri vate. AMENDMENT TO CHARTER I'll.11RTEI: NI.:\ * itl.I: .NS C IIAIR O T - I'.\N . l'NITVII STATr:S OF A .llIltt'A, STATE OF LOU)ISIANA. litRISHll OF OR ItANS, ('ITY OF NEW (OItL.EANS. lie it known and rememnlwred. that on ...

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