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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 5 December 1912

In Four Years THE Southern Pacific Handled 157,000,000 pae sengers, and not a single passenger foot his life through a collision or de railment of its train. The Secret is Electric Block Signal Protection When You Travel Be Sure You Select The Safe Way Ask the Agent of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC MARTIN S. MAHONEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. OU.ee: 121 Caerndelet Street, 323 Pelican Ave. _ wwwwwww -wwI Move Into a Wired House When looking for a house with all modern improvements, see that it's wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb A House Wired for Electric Service affords conveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise electric light, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric fans and other things electrical. All useful, labor saving and economical. If the house you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have it wired-he will do it without fuss or bother to you, and at moderate cost to him. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co. C. E. A. CARR, General Manage...

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 December 1912

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. ( .onluotit \c' aitrl Iluildiniz & Loan A. sociation v;. Mrs. Mary E. Pollo k. $4. "uo e.\. ltotr Y 1lo #"ss: --1. Marinol' i. t Jr. !formats !iester, Illui.; l.nd,. \IV . \lolltlikalup. liqluidatinl tcotm ission ers F'ir.,tm'as flilditi n .\ssto-iation vs. 1r.. ( ' rOl tl, la Iordolh et al., $1, .'., (lX Ui(tltOty process.- l1art, K'lrnian & I )art .ohn W Itartl an t a. ]Ihas. It. (or ,ett. .$1. - I. 1L. t;ar:and. \Alair-. Mfg. ('o. \s. A .\rthutr i-1 ;uirk. judtt l ,gm .it for plati:tifT -\1 .o. '(;Geo ..a'iob to I ri r'li' ur t i' ,. sill`re aold sa:. of tot. Itous-t.lin. Laharpie, La l,:'ou.'a and I )or-,snots, and lot, Agricul Ir-,. Londtl l a\iet:nue, NeI- Or lants. an,1 Industry3. $7,,:1 :. BUILDING PERMITS. I. 1. I .oontis, owner and builde.r, ad ,litions 1 I )ularonde -treet, $lit. .\lll:\t " "I',. i II li;. 1 A I01 Plllt l.IIIr l'.\l'l:l " .T'l'lN'l ~li , e 1 tl.I .L- , l..I t N'- 'l t u ' . i l\ , :1 I \ l' '' r : t.l'....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

-+ H R 1 S T M A S E D I T I O N --Z- H ERALD _ _ _ ___ __= -4. O --e-_-- -_V -4 t)Upbuidingof the West Side-of theRiver. "A vety ktve ~ Cred4tatt weeklty newspaper." MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. W- ;.- =- NEW _ ORLE LEANSº LOUIIANAT-b $AY. DECRBER 12, 1912. No, ..., ,ii 40 r' w -. 'i ..5 I1 ,* .4 I'I *°1H

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

Seguin Street to be improved. SUJ SURFACE DRAINAGE. - , . . , .f ;11, 1 ' I, ,,, I Li '. i, ' 1' ,1 . . 1 , f . I , , . '" , _ " I ,i tii d l i t t a bcit i:i' o I e', ii it at II i I · ' tip - 1!1:1111 1' .1 ,1 N . + 1 ,11 , , ;t . l ' ýI , , sate tlii relsidetsi ill- \1ii , ' ii jI iit , r Ther t w l tl s iti lb . it" 11i 1t" In our last issue; ' ll ,,ter .11;,, i.rtl alt article whi, h Rtate1" hat oll y bto tlilt - lresenta t er froll oi1 r I l ist rit a tl llt l-t ed the convention of the Nationall li l ton, i. C . Thisll a a rro, as prominent bar pilots a lso lattitilll tln cnvtheir few weekscm n with an y eor artile which stated that. . only to repa. resentatives froml our district attl.t' A MOMENT LONGER ed the convention of the National Ri vers and Harbors Congress at Wash ktgton, D. C. This was an error, as Captain Charles .1. .lott, one of our prominent bar pilots, also attended the convention in company with Mayor Behrman and Theo. J. Lala. DON'T DELAY YOUR CHRISTMAS SH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

"THE . HUB" The store that saves you money on everything you buy. The right goods at the lowest prices. So Why Not Buy at Home! UR SANTA CLAUS is large enough to supply all the children of Algiers with toys. Come out to THE HUB and see the show window display and see what nice things Santa has brought for you. Don't fail to bring the children to see him. He has all kinds of toys, such as dressed and undressed dolls, kidolins, baby bumps, doll beds, go-carts, iron stoves, pianos, drums, tool chests, all kinbs of mechanical toys and other toys to numerous to mention. Gent's Furnishings Ladies' Furnishings TO Y S ý,- :,re :tralts for' the Arrow Brand Ex4clusive agents for tie guaranteed AR- EXCEPTIONALLY BIG BARGAINS IN SH;RTS ;Iwl COLLARS. Our stock is coni- ROW HEAD HOSE, a pure Isil, Linein Toe DOLLS. T and Feet. in black, wlite and tan only .25c SHIRTS FROM 50C to $1.50 -_ S T .\ lot of pretty DRESSED DOLLS, all col .. ;I well selected line of NECK- LADIES' SWEATERS, in blue, grey...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

People's Furniture House 907 909 Poydras Street Our Record: Low Prices and Honest Dealings. GUNS That Last! GUNS: A. H. FOX A Grade $37.50; B Grade $50; C Grade $70 L.C.SMITH $25 to $60 Sterlingworth 12 Gauge $25 CUTLERY and BARBER SUPPLIES Complete Line of Hunt ing Clothing and Athletic Goods. A, Vittur & C,, LtId, uiseIes to EIIT . IMATl NO. 11-1555. 307 St, Charldes Street FAMOUS andrk (r trrr 3.50mh Arsas Ostric C., Ltd., Sr. hmu and Purdik frens. F. c. DUVIC'S WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM -WARE The ~rest Itm Utsase s thr WLLL. NEW GUM FACTORY IS A SUCCESS. National Chicle Co. Making First-Class Product From Finest Materials. Among the many new manufactur ing enterprises that have come into existence in New Orleans within the past two years is one that Will doubt less become known soon to a large per centage of the feminine world and to a great many men as well. This is a chewing gum factory, located on Char tres street. Despite the lack of faith sometimes shown by New Orleans peo ple...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

ALGIERS IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. At ti :: the Association, held Mo:: . : " in the Pythian hall, me inm.. " ::.,s were taken up besiders :c " ;,': tsi,."ss. In the ab ewn" of ' I ', ,,:y liantz. Mr. Wm. H. , DUMASSONS £PAY SNORENT DUMWE PAY TO PAY. T. _ EG FREIGHT. 926-36 Common St. Opposite Crescent Theatre This Great Furniture Store is a Christmas Store A peep into the front door of our big new store will make the eyes of Santa Claus twinkle with delight at all the great array of practical, sensible and pretty Xmas gifts. A trip through all the six big display floors in the various departments for Bed Room, Dining Room and Parlor Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, Stoves, Go-Carts and Toys would be all the shopping necessary to complete his purchases for the gift-giving season. There isn't a housekeeper in town who can afford to over look the great values we have secured for them on the grandest assortment of Furniture and Home Furnishings ever dis played in New Orleans. By s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

THE HERALD PI'BLISHIED EVERY THIURSDAY. lontered at the I'ostocee at New Orleans as Second-Class Mall Matter. TERMS OF SLUBSCRIPTION. One Copy, One Month. in Advance... .10 One Copy, One Year, in Advance..... 1.00 DR. C. V. KI.AFPr...Editor and Proprietor Addir."s all communications to DR. C. V. KI.lA.-r, No. 500 Verret Street, New Or leans, la. Phone, Algiers 503. NEW ORLEANS, LA., I)EC. 12, 1912. TIHE IIEILIAP may be found at the fol lowing plces : Till; IlEItALD (Algiers )fflce), 500 Ver rrt Streetr. TIlE IHERiALD (City Opce), 623 Perdido Street. S'IIROEDER'S BOOK STORE, Opelousas Avenue. GEO. E. RAYES, Slidell Avenue. Snbscribers falling to get TIlE IIERALD regularly, will please notify the business manager, No. 500 Verret street. Please send communicatlons for plblilca tion as early as possible, and not later than 'rI',,day night. All communlcations, such as letters from the people and news notes of balls, lawn parties, dances and persoral mention will be inserted in TilE IIERA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

Wear. Ever ilchen Utensils ! See our assortment. WER EVER" above cut 29~ NO RUST-NO CORROSION Now for Christmas BICYCLES For the BOY and GIRL; for the LADIES and MEN from $15.00 up, but you must order early. F. C. DUVIC. WORLD BOTTLING CO., Ltd. Phone Hemlock 291 C.rnr Royal and Montjegt Street. MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE MALTED BEVERAGES C0STS YOU NOTHINC SAVES YOU MUCH We can refer you to some of your neighbors for whom we have saved as much as one-fourth. others one-third, others one-half of their Insurance bills. By this is set meant "Cheap" Insurance, but the same A. No. 1 high grade protection you have been getting, only at reaeukle ratee. We are seeing as many as we can In person each day, and should we not reach yen nla time for your epr pl policy, we will be glad to respond to a Phone call at ay time. and more than likely auote a better rate. This offer is open to YOU. GEOBT WIdE. PETER S. LAWTON & SON PHONE MAIN 4845. 511 HENNEN BUILDING. EBAL ESTATE AND O@II3WWAL UM...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

A SANTA CLAUS FROM THE SEA AN and Jack and little black Topsy rubbed their eyes and stared about them. A big wave had landed them high and dry on a sandy island. "All shipwrecks are horrid," said Jack. "But I think I can find some thing to eat, and if you are cold. why, you and Top sy can lie down and let me cover you with warm sand, and then I'll go and look about. "Now, goodby." said Jack. "l'm going to look for food." And he marched off like a man, with his hands In his pock ets. ý'A.su. "Topsy," said Nan after he had AWULT GLAD gone, "do you rYO cAlxr." know It is the day before Christmas and we won't get a alngle present tomorrow?" But Topsy was not despondent. "What's de mattah wid Marse Santa Claus?" she demanded. "Ain' he com in' to dis islan'? Dat's whut I ask." "Why. Topsy," explained little Nan patiently, "how could he? His rein deer couldn't cross the water." "Let him come In a boat, den. Dat's whut I say. Let him come in a boat." said Topsy fiercely. "Oh," said Nan, "bu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

JONN P. VEImEN, Ps Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers ISI Attention to Railroad Ordrs. Pr ep OD 6 81441 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS nl. ,y. Cars. otes. 3nl. aEvwe , enmue.. so. im..n Uuun. John Klenkemper, eroceries, Wines and Liquors, Wood, Coal, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. ( "e.e."T* Fvse d c.". C.rs.. ALi. d Verret sw.. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Latest Sanitary Improvemeat New es nsen Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Oaths 0s Cents PLAIN BATHS as Costsa Neeer asd Cliropodist in Attendace L. Day Every Day DR .J . CASATUBIEILH, CAGISOPODIS CHAS. HANTEL. Proprietor $DE Conti Street - - - - n - s Nw Orleans Home Cleaning and Prassuli Club Ph.. Mal. 2812 VEAL Quality and Honest Weight PORK Theodore DUBRET EEB Foto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS PHONE ALGIERS 304-L J.Sprada's Cafe B EER, LIQUORS and Just at Frry Landing DELICTESSE I Our Customers ona find that our Laundry work has reached a degree oa perfection that few over attain. S We Launder Collars, Cufs a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

That's what you albvay.r get when you do your Christmas shopping early. By sho early, too, you are merciful to the shopgirls, expressmen, postmen and other Claus helpers. w w a ýo BUYING FURNITURE AT THE Burglass Stores Will help to curtail your living ex penses to the lowest minimum. Our PRICES and TERMS are within reach of any one's purse. We have in stock at either our Uptown or Downtown Store Furni ture for every room in a house. Suppose you stop in the next time you come over and examine our goods and see how much cheap. per our prices are. TERMS: Cash or Open Account. A. Burglass IOIWITOWI STSORE-12-7230-32-34 IORTH SLAINRNE AVENIE, IORIER ST. All PTIOWI TORE--3224-2-21-30 NASA ZINE STREET, COIIINER PLEASAIT Floor Finish will hold its surface even if you best it with a steel hammer as hard as you can WIN hit. You will dent the board underneath, but KYANIZE surface will be there same as ever-tough. durable, bril liant, endurlng KYANIZE ~ Anish. Ask your dealer.. bINSi lbst. bue...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

:: :i The Christmas.Shop WEINFURTER'S Of all the Gifts for CHRIST MA GIVING there's none so * dearlngly pleaslag as a piece from the hands of a Jeweler--thbe G;old -z asmith, the BSIlversmith. Our crea tions are substantial values with out the usual elaborate charges. -DIAMOND GIFTS- -GOLD GIFTS- -SILVER GIFTS Bar Pins ...... 7.50 up Lavallieres .... 3.75 up Umbrella h'ndl's 5.00 up Links ......... 3.75 up Stick Pins ..... 90c. up Manicure sets.. 3.00 up Earrings ....... 8.50up Bar Pins ...... 1.50up Vanity cases... 6.00up Tie Clasps..... 2.25up Links ......... 1.25 up Vanity boxes... 1.25 up Lavallieres .... 5.00up Belt Pins ..... 5.00up Belt Pins...... 90c. up Tie Pins ...... 3.25 up Coat Chains ... 3.50 up Bracelets ..... 38c. up Brooches ...... 5.00up Rings, men..... 3.85up Picture frames. 25c. up Watches ......15.00 up Rings, ladies' .. 3.50 up Hat Pins ...... 25c. up Rings ......... 8.50up Fobs .......... 2.85up Coin Cases..... 1.50up Fobs .......... 7.50 up Tie Clasps ..... ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

Church Calender. CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAME OF MARY. Thos. J. Larkin, Parish Priest. Sunday (October 1 till June 1) Masses: 5:15. 7:00; High Mass, 10:00, Sermon; 8:15, Children's Mass, Sun day School; 4:30 p. m., Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Sunday (June 1 till October 1) Masses: 5:15, 7:00 and 9:00; Chil dren's Mass at 8:30. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament after the last Mas". Weekdays-Masses, 6:00, 6:30, 7:00. Wednesday, Children's Mass at 8:15. Baptisms-October 1 till June 1, from 2 to 4 p. m.; June 1 till October 1,4 to 6p.m. Confessions every day from 6 to 7 a. m. Saturdays and eves of Feasts, from 4 p. m. till b:30 p. m. Sick calls at any hour, day or night. It is, however, requested that notice of such calls be given in the fore noon. Altar Socety the first Tuesday, in the Rectory, at 7.30 p. m. Conference St. Vincent de Paul, every Monday night, in the Rectory. at 7:30 p. m. Holy Angels Sodality, on the first Wednesday, in the Convent. at 3:30. Young Ladies' Sodal...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

In Four Years THE Southern Pacific Handled 157,000,000 pae senlero, and not a ebagle passenger lost hie Ifl through a collision or de railment of its train. The Secret is Electric Block Signal Protection When You Travel Be S.re You Select The Safe Way Ask the Agent of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC SMARTIN S. MAHONEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC, Ofse: 121 Carondelet Street, 325 Pelloan Ave. ..m-wwWWWWW Move into a Wired House When looking for a house with all modern improvements, see that it's wired for electric light-it is as essential as the plumb ing. A House Wired for Electric Service affords conveniences and comforts not obtainable otherwise electric light, electric heating and cooking, the use of electric fans and other things electrical. All useful, labor saving and economical. If the house you like is not wired, ask the landlord to have it wired-he will do it without futs or bother to you, and at moderate cost to him. Algiers Railway & Lighting Co. SC. E. A. CARR, General Mana...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

M ~M+-L L " "" ""'~~~~~UIV--~ ~ 'III~'-- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- --- --U~LRWY Do Your Christmas Shopping Early Give The Working Girls A Chance. lIDIS T S Ii Ii Hj OIEMADE candies are so wh&e some that whenever possible it is advisable to manufacture the youngster's sweetmeats yourself; then you know exactly what are the ingredients, and there is no danger of their little stomachs being endangered by too rich confections These recipes will afford a wide range of choice for the mother who desires simple candies for the little ones Christmas stockings or to fill the bon bon boxes that make such charming souvenirs for the Christmas party The illustration shows one of these bonbon boxes, which is made to repre sent a snowball with a doll seated on top. Both box and doll are incased in cotton, which is meant to represent snow. A tiny branch of pine is grasp ed in the doll's hand. Miniature Santa Clauses arrayed in white make favorite decorations for boxes, which may be sh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

A......Jt The Play =Houses. ~6··:l·~:Q·9+ 9999+ '~*:* *+* * ~.-~·:**M*+*:->:-:4A.*..: . m,:-,, + -* *;:: i -:- ~,,,,*- - '*:-.-.:.:. -:*.,, :-:-- -:...: /*.91*****'*9++**:*^* -_--- . . ETHE FROLICS OF 1912." What is said tuo h one of the biggest asd most arti-til laughing successes is the entire thcatrical field this sea son is a musi:al re ne 'The Frolics of 1912," which ",ili bie the attraction at the Crescent week starting next Sun sy, Decembt'r 1 th. Featured with he "-Frolics" ;ar bthe big co-stars, Rube Welch and Kitty Francis. remembered for their spi ntid .work in the big Lew Field's productliton of "The Midnight Souns. T+, "l'rolib s" abound in catchy musicu and real comedy. From the moment ti, tcurtain rises until it falls upon the last act, there is not a dull moment. The pilay. in three acts, opens at the home of Harry Jellyman who has plenty of money but won't spend it. Hloweer, he is induced to take a trip aita the boys to a recep ton at Miss ()OMa!ey's. Mrs. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

Jewelry and Fancy Goods Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets, ,;  * -i'\ hc b.tk-.. jlai ,r lube lCded c - . coI .ra 1o, fl, ral ,r the famnt us ,a. t", I -i :n-: ali in a nice 'b ,x. $4.50 Sterling Silver Comb and Brush . I Sets. !atgc-iie. the nc~x thin mn',lel: .." • ! ' ll -.l"lc , e - i.nI- $3.50 Sterling Silver Manicure Sets, 8 I rt- : r ', .:;rtc fitni-h: neatly '. . $2.98 - Eleven-Piece Manicure Sets, sterling silver: I Ircnch z:ay i,., i. r $3.98 Toilet and Manicure Combination Sets, .', piece-. cr\ r tl;iic . t I . : i ire ilk chc-t $22.00 Sterling Silver Sets. 2 11 ::i art br-l'he.. I cl 1,bru-lh. 1 ha', l, ! . .. .1 l ,. \c . , r $7.98 Puff Jars and Hair Receivers,:a ;'-vc - la-- ,\ I-. ':l S, .. .,. :C l r ianc i i uri - $1.50 Solid Gold Bracelets, lrihi: ,, r l n fi -i-, c.,,IIci - . r $3.50 W atches, 2, c.. .:-.',a.. ' l ',ll-illc, ca-c..<x \i-- I. t, c - :'1'i '. ', - -tic- $4.98 Solid Gold Lavallieres and Chains, t,.i,az. ruby,. amethlst . . ,, , .$2.50 Solid Gold Kni...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

FREE! FREE! The Green Labels from Garmo's Sweet Mag nolia Chewing Gum are valuable and are taken in ex change for valuable Premiums. The Merchants of our District now carry a full supply of fresh Garmo's Sweet Mag nolia Chewing Gum. See our premiums list at the following stores. MRS. LUCILLE RODD, CENTRAL DRUG STORE, 301 Seguin St. Pelican and Olivier. H. C. BROWN, MRS. R. DONNER, Pelican Ave. and Seguin St. 818 Pelican. P541 ETBERRUPP, St. SUBURBAN DRUG STORE, Elmira and Evelina. S. M. CAFIERO, Teche and Homer 8ts. MRS. HUHN, 626 Elmira. WORKINGMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE DRUG STORE, E. SCHRODER, 520 Opelousas. Opelousas and Vallette. MRS. P. A. COMEAUX, JNO. LAFITTE, LTD., 546 Elmira. Pelican and Seguin. W. P. SALATHE, 8AM WHITE, Bouny and Evelina. Homer and Brooklyn. AUG. SCHABEL, MRS. T. J. HARVEY, Patterson and Olivier. Opelousas and Belleville. V. SCALAFANO, PETER CASTAING, Pelican and Elmira. 925 Teche St. CHARTER. OP R. A. RAINOI,). INCORPORATED. m(IIYD) TATFAE OF AMERICA, STATE OF L...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 12 December 1912

Algerines at Law. CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES. .In ,;. . A. . (;.t to Paul II. Tes sier. .'. . I note. I y-ar, 7 per cent. 4 lot.. !' tct$rson. \WagtnerI, Pelican ave nile; ,l V.,ster. Mahoney. JUDICIAL MORTGAGES. i' ,. Ilaurie and II. A. Lito in -ol t  ( ;'aroidtelet Investme' nt Co.! \ (. (' i,, aud. lproprietor: $17', inter eat ;..i itr REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. I It :'.:: .. Tali," to .\mll ric'atln H lme ste.ad C'ImuiIpan>, lot. up tlousas. Atlan tic. tt . ., and I'\'F na. $1.nn cash - ( 'U :,:.0 ii hardwt.Il#' pop ry IT N'ILL BE TOO LATE oaftN: c':r'it:nii: to Join the DUGAN CO-OPERATIVE PIANO CLUB. DO IT NOW. l'ay $: and tour piano will he de.livered any time. You get a :. lio guaranteed. for $277, on terms of $1.) a week and no interest, or at PI,ilayr-pliano for $4-- on ternms of $2.50 a week and no interest. 1 o not lor, this chanc . \W\, positively will not repea:t this offer for t I<< mnonths. Successor to C /ble iano912-914 S e r C eSTREET Successors to Caable P...

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