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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1911

THE HERALD. Sevetedw to the Upbullding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RiCORD. XVIII. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1911. No. 39. PERSONALS ND OTHERWISE -lartin Konri'g e as a visitor Sunday. spa. Stalcu;) 'f loutnville spent aYs herm J. Steiner wasv a visitos to last Ne it . tendent I:dn i'. Kuhn of Hache su'lt a few days in this weck. Henry Clarik 'eft S,uday for City, Co(',. : , spend some her dau~hter. Mrs. Weaver Vnited P thi.n:, will visl: Lodge N,. i;. Knights of to-night. A. 'A Brown will an addre "ricers of ~t~e Twentieth Cen ng Club were installed last night a;. the home of Miss bards, N'. .'927 Le Page where a nl.a ti!:! was spent d b is coln pts.d of popular ladies and genltlemen of the Third and Fifth Districts, who for their entertaining uali They have several outings on dar before the L .nten sea.-on. t meeting will ne ield at the gt Miss Edna Karr. No. 118 Vil t. The officers of the cl...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1911

$25 Rewardl It ha. come to oar notice that some irresponcible person or personc have been tamperiug with the meter., weale and wire In soeme of the placec we are furnishing light and power to in Algiers, AMcDonolihvlle and Gretna. Notice is hereby liven that thie ie strictly against the law and all each 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 yeaour wire or meter installed in your premises anles. 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-flve dotear ($25.00) for evidence leading to the conviction of the guilaty party or parties. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co., 222 Elmira Avenue. CHOOSE WISELY... when you buy a SEWING MACHINE. You'll find all sorts and kinds at corrponding prices. But if you want a reputable serviceable Machine, then take 6 . WHITE. 33 ye...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1911

RIS' ICE CREAM AND BEIT IN rit c TY. 102 DRYAIES STREET.  ACKION 1 l)-108 . E. Bays, Jr. i ass, Newspapers, e, ls, School Books Srti Goods, Tobacco, and Cigarettes. hugs IN Seasesable PriMss. Prempt Attentios. 441 Slidell Avenue. ---......... SI t at I S tI roCustomers Sad that our Laundry has reached a degree : that few ever attain We " Launder K; Rcal French Snless the oof uitself is pr a n roasted at nording to the ..... .... ....... -list be made. r itself isprt tordingo o the - unous French method. Use COFFEE fam sly . oht o t Burathd iear of our lord one tboh - the United States of Amer and thlrty-Ifth, he lacharle Mpearing, a Notary iS the Parish of Orleansn duly commissioned an in th presence of the wit named and undersigned. and appbared the parties d hereunto subserlbed, who that, availiag themselves of the laws of this state s tito of corporations t~ No. 78 of the eslel General Assembhly o for the year ieteen approved July 4, 1904, laws of this state rela and the organl...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1911

THE HERALD PUBLISHND EVERr THURSDAY. -s-,tre ai tue Postofce at New Orleans as Second-clasl Mall Matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ose Copy. Cue Month, in advance.... 10 Oas Copy., one Year, In advance... 51 04 DR. CB.B. KRArT.. Editor and Proprietor Address all ommunicatlons to ;a. C. V. IRAmT'. No. 500 Verret Street, New Orleans. La, P'hone. Algiers 503 W. NEW OHLEANS, FEI'JuARY : 1ll. THB FIERALD may be found at the fol T p IRALD (Algiers OBfc) 500 Ver ret Street. TLlM HERALD (City Omce) 823 Perdi ds Street. SCHROADER,8 BOOK STORZ, Patter son mStreet. 0GFa. I. BEYS. Opeloussa and Nun tubecrlber fallilng to get THE HER ALD regularly, will please notit the bu l-mn Manager, No. 600 Verret Stt Please send communlcatios, for publica. dons as early as posslble. nd not later than Touesday ight All communlcatlona, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, laws aitela. dances and personal mentions will e inserted In THE HERAID free of eharge. No communications will be re sal...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1911

At The Play-Houses. o Tulof warm:, r, ana|. s, rol .' hn:g ajirth, I good , o i, r, with to evl 11 n t: ', sllght .thrten en, ~al inidiges gn be Georgt' M. ('ohan's ay,' "Th, 1Ian Who way," .t;t ltaymlond . the 111m T, t hit h is w" ar for a: :,,,le week glnday ni' at ar the Tu -terest will ,:''eIr about t. Hiw,- oCk ,1II ap of all aI ',r s,"'king a of a I:t ad\dyav mu throughoK:t 'he pitce. -,: e to be "'.' funlniest yet, Hi-,':, wk. than 11 nDO 1 lot legitinmate the Ameri an Sltage,, will ' artunlity to display his iamaker. 1: is the de delicate xwaN the story that is no\ tl, especially ND HITCHCOCK. AND FLORA ZABELLE. IMan Who Owns Broadway,'" Tulane Thearter next week. Dollar Princess. "The Dollar Princess," iLo Pall, is almost in grand opera. The ly graceful and me Dollar Princess" is sgnlzed as the suc haous Merry Widow is the score of su the orchestration has worked out as a "The Dollar Prin ted at the Tulane Frohman follow cock. s" is full of fun of its characters finniest...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1911

ftaz a rd's We'll Get You Yet Not through "ads" or cut prices. Not through any. thing on earth but QUAL ITT and VALUES. You can't deny them--you can't dodge them-you can't beat them. We offer extremely smary fabrics, stripes, serges an all cloths, to mighty natty weaves and dextrous In stylilang. The Inside or groundwork I. simply per. fect. When we say these pat. terns outdistance anything you'll wse at this price by im eonths. this notice -agbt to interest you. 1 0 YEARN EXPERIENCE TaoeC Mais D"o mm - Anyome NInee a sktek and w eerptls my orcl *sme a oplonee whSIb nes ientio: n MW1 7 Nok  al. No o.Inle. lesmtt re-t Pesnee frrfuso mt. P. Abuts eam l & Bro., eLtd. -mr ý ý'.ý. New Y Dealers In Groceries ad Wastem Prlm, PELICAN AVE.. Ceo. Verret St. ALGIERS. LA. rwwwvwvvvww wyvvwwwwwvwvvv wwrvvyvwy Sierra Bros., -DEAslSa _ IN- GROCERIES, IMPORTED WINES. LIQUORS. CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. Slleville St. Opal Ave. A UielS, LA. MARTIN S. MIANONEY, AFTTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC, Oses...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1911

, IslndRailll ad pany STER ROUTE iN Between the k Deep Sea. zgsrsions Week End Sve r y Mississippian Advantage of This part, GULFPORT. ay Excursion Orleans, Jackson rand Isle 11 road Algiers at 6:05 arels 7:35 p. an. iggd trip 50 cents, S LANDRY, supt. WEST VIA e rn WAY .ioftives thouwrhm Lateit Serie Best We e NS, at many polnts those of haa followed the country pays does not. baa 1d over $2P the war. the eterminaton 4 bt. The Jap* betrween the ware. Thla atred larger Sr ago Japanese ue at 8t Tahey e edvwbem alliance was ago, that Jap points above had the Japan has 95 t redemptico, ering its rev proved too try. Taxa any elvilhd in calth, except and naval cx mto on the abandoned. will have its position of Sre cannot go ye European the same re at yer hat. yell take at prepa UNEXAGGERATED ANALYSIS PITMAN-SPENCERIAN CHARTIER, By J. M. Reaser, Principal. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. In the United States there are more than 500 Business Colleges teaching Spen cerian Charter Shorthand. In the ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 9 February 1911

Algerirtes at Law. m m mm m Civil District Court. st ('C'ESSIO OF EI.EANOktE E. TIIURNIt, WVIDOW OF J(>SEPH WV. TURNER. U'IVIL DISTRICT C'OURT 4or me Parish of Orleans, Division ".A"-No. , .t+I5!,. Notice is given to thi+ cred itors of this esta'e, and to all other pers,,n-. herei:t interested, to. show cause within ten days from the pres ent- notitfiation (if any they Ilave or can) why the final account presented by the (Conmercia,4erermania ''Prust & Savings BiatLk, testamentary tX-edtor herein of thi ... -tate, should not he approved and honmologated mld tht funds distributed in accordanc(i there with. Bly order of the Court. THOMAS ('ONNELL , (clerk. Mrs. Frederick F. Ebel vs. Her Hlus hand, divorce.-N. E. Humphrey, at torney. Stcc t ssien of Mrs. J. Grundmeyer p.tlitkn to honiologate inventory. Succession of Mrs. John Grund mne)vr amounts to $600. Succession of Thos. Magruder. ex ceptions of Mrs. B. W. .ack.on and Mrs. O. W. Watkins.--W. L. Hughc., and IH. L. Sarpy, att...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1911

THE HERALD. Devoted to the Up ldn of the Wet Side of the River. "A very ive and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RICORD. NR ENXVIlEAII , U - Y -- -FEBRUARY 16, 1911. <+-TIn" , NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1911 - - --- - _ ........ " No 40 EN WlO APPRECIATE QUALIT 1 .25FTLE,\  UAI T 4:. SULL QUARTS$5.* ,OoRo~ s A BOTTLE SHOULD BE; ' IN EVERY HOME \'ii' . - £ . ..£ .. . . . . " SONALS )D OTHERWISE schools will be closed a Friday, Feb. 24th, in order the school children to wit of the Elks' burlesque Daly is visiting her sis 8. Anderson, of Houston, Murphy of New York is sister, Mrs. Hy. Vallette. 'iggilns of Natchi be the Carnival pest of , Mrs. W. E. iggins. of Natchitoches spent his brother-in-law, Mr. aieeds of Miss Clarlsse ,e glad to learn that she recovered from her re to return to schooL Sevening last the Miss Henrietta Burgan to Nick&ius took place. II Mollie Kinkaid left I Iad sohie time in Ber Souse of Greatest Values Vs a Visit and Be ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1911

$25 Reward! It has come to oar notice that come irrepomnde peroon or persons have been tampering with the meters, sealt and wires in some of the places we are furnishing light and power to in Alliers, McDonoghvlWe and Gretna. Notice is hereby given that this is strictly against the law and all each peroons that may be found guilty of doing or allewing same to be done with a view of defraading the company will be vigorouely 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 doelar. ($25.00) for evidence leading to the conviction of the aguilty party or parties. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co., 222 ElmIra Avenue. CHOOSE WISELY. . when you buy a SEWING MACHINE. You'll find all sorts and kinds at c prpdng pries. But if you want a reputable serviceabl Machine, thea take 6 . WHITE . 33 years' ezpe...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1911

"f- SRIS ICE CREAM '.1 TANP BEST IN THE CITY. s t00-102 DItYAI EA S STREET. SIONB8--JACKSON 10los0-1081. Geo. E. Bays, Jr. agtazines, Newspapers, Novels, School Books, Sporting Goods. Tobacco, Cigars and Cigarettes. , g e ak t SIAN R d s S r I Pe. Prompt Attestine. 4 441 Slidell Avenue. IOarCustomers! Sad that our Lraaft ha nra;od a der" d a We Launder -mtericau --..n dry, ;.. I is Laund U L aSits tia I er Itmers c mmm tm muLm m tmmm - -To G Oa - I - d e .L. o .dt R 9,l Or*la**, iate o ees the wt, a hare eemnnt- , latd withtema or their thaiOlt L8t tes of m a ndhi rM teet t . ns it shall have elul nd pe:e o after the date and cwsrleas ae of a or Sse..la. P' tor wlheh the i* Oad ths at. of iaractor for whch this san th nat ur knssof deali SARTICIL IV. - This corporation may sue and be sned i its corporate name; bold. whave, receive, puIr chase, convey, sell, mortgage, hypothecate, pledge, lease and sub-lease, and enjoy real, personal and mixed property; as borrow money makle and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1911

THE HERALD I ,B1.1,11I-'8 I 'EIIY Till ' Si A1Y. Ent at the 1I juttivt at N\.w "4-l ans a t ectmdl4- la- ý l:til Matter. "TERM:S ')F 'I tS'ltil lsN. line ('q , in, Ml nth. il Advance' .- 11 (ire ('4hp y. One Year. IIl advance .. .. l.c ijt 4 C. KIl T.AFT~ I..EUitr an ... ro,'ie,,r f A d d re-": a ll *'llnm u n : a thi ' n a to -lr. '. V. Kraft, N,. .4,,6 Vi'rret S ,t'reet N- w (irl,',ti . I.e. I h ne, A glelra :,46: NEW O)RLEANS-, FBRUARY 16i. T1ill Iii1 IAI.1 w ty tlw ftound at the fulf , lowiut f pl)ilai,' IlFo I IF IR A L DI I l -b  I e r ' ( Id lf e º , , 1( , V .t L "T ill: II '.! ,i lcr y i 0tl 'e , 5(: 4 'erdid t Streit. .6ut aa+ ! ,t' lit ,l h ic.lIt' itt' tK STOl RE. t 1 to,,I I A*ir . ". B.AYE. Slid,' Avenue. i41. rc.gtaorly. will pie.e r' notify Itel hbt ly.a . agenr. Nio ; o Verret n reet. t l'le.ai send (.Olllltlllltlt on' for pt lbllit' lions a,. early a- I' ,.'.,i4e, and nut lt tI.r tlhanl 1i'lu.ds} night. All the ommtnicatnlltn. slh i lit tera ftromt ut e mutr...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1911

At The Play-Houses. mmm mm TULANE. at the fashionalle Tu beginning Sunday night, af s big .nusical pro - a'ui Dollar Princess," will gagement at that play Stheatrego'rs of New Or kave an opportunity of see frst time :his wonderful paess which ran for over at the Knickerbocker The - t city, last season. mar Princess" differs from musical comedy in the 2 possesses a clearIconsist gg not the usual musical e.podge excuse for intro oMOhneous vaudeville with Or reason. The story writ Willner and Grunbaum al Intelligible and their gg4l with amusing situations dialogue. Leo Fall, the -iposer, has furnished a SsaMid to be as tuneful as i" years. In fact, his coun him as the peer of all ?ARNUM AND DAPHNE GLENNE, IN "THE DOLLAR PRIN SC88"- TULANE. Spredetion of "The Ar ,rohman has spared anr pains in making Scomplete in ev the esult is a most gor S spleadMly mounted that appeals to the eye and score please the he seses ale charmed -3d refinement are the 1 *s piece and a great ty may be attrl t...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1911

Lazard's We'll Get You Yet Not through "ads" or cut prices. Not through any thing on earth but QUAL ITY and VAIUES. You can't deny there-you can't dodge them-you can't beat thnem. We over extremely smart fabrics, stripes, serges and all cloths. In mighty natty weaves and dextrous in styling. The inside or roundwork is silmply per Wbes we say these pat terns outdlstance anything you'll see at this price by sa months, this notice -ogbt to Interest you. GO YEAR! EXPERIENCE CoTsors s. ayeae a sketed Yd me mS My qelse? m onin nio 0 .e w ber -as iN a vlas ` om M. Aami & Bro., Ltd. IDel.rt la Groceries PELICAN AVL, Co.. Vorret at. AL.IERS, LA. Sierra Bros., GROCERIES, IMPORTED WINEl, LiQUO, ILARS, TOBACCOi ETC. IelevInO St. & Opaleaes Ave. AasIMM I.A. MARTIN S. MAINE, A£'TINET-AT-LAW. NOTAIY PUBLIC, Oe.e.: 1s1 Camede.l Street, SPill.ea Ave. When in Need of CUT FLOWERS WE@IU10 BOUQUETS AND IUNERAL DESINS Virgin TIlepheir Wrts o Wism 838 Canal St. P- hoeeUI Wa New Orlme. _ " 81S AND ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1911

lslandRailroad ;cpaony WATER ROUTE asi Between the i the Deep Sea. Ezcursions i eek End ver y Misisssipplsa Take Advantage of This toVisit Mississippi's Port, OULFPORT. S dilay Excursion Orleans, Jackson Grand Isle allroa d goes Algiers at 8:06 arrives 7:35 p. m. t n r d trip 50 cents, $.00. a LANDIIDY, Spt. WEST VIA hern ific RILE ANl SAFE WAY a0et Ir V , p." 1 L.teet nd Electric aih r Aent for F.R AM.r &rwie .I PARSONS, .URPHY, m t. Chares St ' SALT CUP. .1 Art Designed by Celiani. 1e u that the casdinal ahes cot n asios tos mne to mabse a * but desired It taate from the * I degnaeld an of a cubit in ale, as the se- appea warth I made two as hih in a siting pee et ase wotth thoes Is nter sthe l And i ale aWe, zpr s I pat a ship, deig In which war de et aiit. Uh :9our sea oer, head or te mem I t setth I agethM ars, tbhe mo in I calteu f an temp. Thi S In the other id ornt with I oasiS tdeak at. the remasnder ao the ~ewal grand and nabs D.avenute Cdas Was on one ocesiem the U...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1911

IAlgerines at Law. Civil District Court. Sue ession of Adolph P. I:audier and wife, administration. E. M. Cahn, at torney. Succession of J. B. Hildebrand. Sr., and wife, answers of Mrs. Annie Gra ham and Louise Goff. Succession of Mrs. J. W. Turner. judgment homologating account. Succession of J. B. Hildebrand, etc.. vs. Mrs. L. Goff et als, judgment of partition. Succession of A. P. Baudier and wife, Jos. R. Gonzales has applied for letters of administration. Authorization of Mrs. Barbara Fish er, wife of Henry W. Hauffe, to mort gage. N. E. Humphrey, attorney. Succession of Mrs. Jos. W. Turner, rule to fix inheritance tax. Inventories. The inventory in the Succession of Mrs. Cecella E. Hanratty. widow of Christopher Thompson, was filed and shows her estate to be worth $10,31. 98. The real estate amounts to $9.7t04): stocks, $519.80; cash, $80.18, and fur niture. $83. Building Permits. Edward Cafero, owner, removing and repairs, 315-17 Homer, $335. L. Willis, owner, single boxed ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 February 1911

THE HERALD I'IIIlJSILE) I I: 'E:ItY TIII'RSI)AY. Entered at the iu'otolfi.- at New (Srl-ans as Second4 "la . Mail Mitter. TgiRS OF F 'I;st'IITliIfTIN. One Copy. One Month,. in Advance .. 10 One 4opy, One Y'ear. In advan'. $..1..1. $.(W DIt. C' V. KAFT'...Fditor ant l'ropr..',,r Aldreo e .II eorri Iulatitul(n to Iº-. t. V. Krift, No. )i0 %, .rret Street. New Orleaons., Ia. 'hbone. Algiers .. NE-,V ORIEANS.l FEBRURARY .2, 1911 S'ii--i-ElliKtUl- may be found at the fol, low in,: places: 1'lo J IIElEAIA) (Algiers Oflre). 500 Ver ret Strnit TILE liE.tALiD (City OfIt:e!, 823 Perdlldo Stt re--. .t'II ROGI)lR1 BOOK STORE:,l. Opeloi'sa4 A 'n'le:IP . t f. R. BAYIS. . S idell Avenie .S l - r!oe i fis!n a i g ,o p m' , 1' tIF ItI t - AL) reguIlarly. wili pl)t-, notifyl the b-,d t.-- M10nag.'r. No. 300 Verret S:treet. I'treae m Comntlr.unlationl for pUbllct $,oni as early as pjos irl, and not later tialt m untdon inst. nh as letrtrs from the people and rw o Iote,4 of halls, lawn patl'.., dt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 February 1911

At The Play-Houses. TULANE. tbe most pl, aslng features of plar Princf " Which is now a week of h' t,? to w eks' en at the fas!&!i,':able Tulane -I the tuneful ad lmusicianly lAo Fall. tho noted Viennese SLike "1'T. Merry Widow" tre is an ; re: isuble charm la Fall mrlolivti. Not that lg oskicianly ,k :l. for at times pgar Princ".+"' :cor-. soars in heights. Still, no matter the mu -le mad become, it tI delightful mzlody, and it is l rt, at the nud of a perform a hIer the gallery boys whist dmllaDty little Tlmelodies, as they sI theatre, while the more se ikss of the orchestra chairs, PARNUM AND DAPHNE OLENNE, IN "THE DOLLAR PRIN CE8"- TULANE. accompany them. Leo tesm declared the real mss composers. story of "The Dollsr _ lb at a multi-mllionaire, Stly titled foreigners in his mploy as servants, bellv -'ry man should work, not station, and he pays his *thblou prices in order to His brother and nephew S wmans lion tamer to the a the Countess Olga of :·1·. `r - - 4 uCrrmiu RO ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 February 1911

Lazard's We'll Get You Yet Not through "ads" or cut prices. Not through anyl thing on earth but QUAl ITY and VALUES. You can't de-y them-you can't dodge them-you can't beat them. We offer extremely smart fabrics, stripes, serges and all cloths, in mighty natty weaves and dextrous In styling. The inside or roundwork is simply per Whea we say these pat terns outdistance anything yo'll see at this price by -al months, this notice .--gt to Interest you. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Copm MOwOT St otalof opinion tree ether a. z p sbsb tabems.g WCommun,0. es roceresn PELICAN AVE., C o . Verret t. M MUAAiAAU MIAAAAAAMMAAU AAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AUA M. Sierra Bros.,td. --Dealnr In CIleARS, TOBACCO, ETC, Groceries Ai Watern Prurce, PELICANOT AVRY Ce Verret St. ALGIERS, LA. -DM PEAL IN GROC RIES. IMPORTED WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. ellevillke St. a Opeusas Ave. AL DES LA. MARTIN S. rMAONEY, 'NOTARY PUBLIC. Wiss: 131 Cavniset Steet, SPau . Avet When in Need of CUT Fiaoial.WERS u hpult Ye Pre...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 23 February 1911

ipIslandRailroad ' Company WATER ROUTE - lt Un Btween th auI the Deep Sea. Excursions Week End Sve r y Mississippian Take Advantage of This ty toVisiMisssippli' Water Port, GULFPORT. Sunday Excursion vw Orleans, Jackson Orand Isle ailroa d hews Algiers at 6:05 -- d arrives 7:35 p. m. gr raund trip 50 cents, sad 1.00. j. . LANDRY, Sept. UFORNIA VIA uthern Pacific ONE-WAY NEW ORLEANS , $32.00 Sale March 10th to April 10lth, 1911 RAIM DAILY TO Francisco Without a PRESS EXPRESS EXPRESS -" l E.laerk ieek Silmb * Sbd Sn d hich I Sead hstb b W Lord CoL , Cto qestn him u to * l Wsr. , sae thhat a the prod ebble About Whicht end he aled wito he. h noted one eLord Cock. Sto question himad as to of the existoence b of the Whole tworship co-s. He rWlly pursngware, saomve that up the produe of hist him to surmisely every hat end that hile tho see lo noted one eta pre hi wives hanind a kl~k eand from his ceondjgal r leats violence by on the tlhlnleg this was on-er ase of a naggingbje waife. heir ...

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