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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1913

Sunset Limited TRAIN DE LUXE New Orleans Los Angeles San Francisco Weekly - Commencing January 2, 1913 WFIT BOUND-Leave New Orleans 12 :30 p. m., Thursday.; arrive Los An geles 8:45 p. mn., Saturday.; arrive Ban Francisco 11:00 a. m., Sundays. EAST BOUND--Leave San Francisco 6:00 p. m., Tuesdays; leave Los Angeles R:15 . mi., Wednesdays; arrive New Or leans 7:20 p. m., Frldays. Solid all-teel train of latest modern construction. Standard Pullman sleep ers, with sections compartments and drawing rooms. Dining and observation cars. Electric lights and tans through out. Stenographer, barber shop, shower bath, ladles' maid, manicurist and hair dresser, clothes pressing ottfit and va cuum cleaner. Finest and most up-to-date train In the United States. Fxtra fares will be charged for addl tlonal luxuries and comforts aforded. Other first-class trains between New Orleans and Pacific Coast: Seat Epess (DAILY) Seaet Mail CITY TICKT OPFPIC, 227 St. Charl Strut, Own Odrle IHONS MAIN 4027 THEO...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 20 February 1913

Algerines at Law. C VIL DISTRICT COURT. S:,ucipation of Sarah Lyle.-A. A ,-, eri. Smancipatlon of Daniel Lyle-A. A ISanseri. Jos. Rumore vs. John Bergeron judgment for plaintliff, $218. Buburban Drug Store, Lt. vs. Mrs hi. Snow, widow, $14.70 merchandise. BUILDING PERMIT. Joseph Loyacano, owner and build er, two frame sheds, galvanized iror roof, Patterson, Merril and Iline, Lane, $130. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Winm. Laumann to Security Buildint and Loan Association, 2 lots, Suni;per CHARTER. oF ItA-li*:TT tl.;A. & oil. il .i'ANY I N IT I: " SNT A T E . Fi . l' l c: l 1 .. T' ,'h al (IIO IA l IsiAN.. I '.\ltl'll 11 " ,I:aEI.\N1 ITI'Y 111'' NIEW\ oIItE11 . l e It k , lnv l th I l . I .,l" II ii l ' I ' l -'e b r u a rt in t h, :I , 'li- "" " . ,o i .n . , , , . " h , t Iand int " i huu lr d :Iti l 'irLa-'| ar . It ' . i,' Gutla-ttllir . t'1111 , l .ir, :a i nt i it, i .ri 11, d u ly 'oln. in i l , l' , a di rpi t itII , h ", I, i t utIIII tI thie t, r-h of (it :ht Inr . a. it1 IL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1913

THE HERALD. Devoted to the Upbullding of the West Sdo of the River. "A very IIve and creditable weekly newspaper"-MAN UFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XX. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913. No. 42. `i PERSONALS . I AND OTHERWISE who has been ill for some time, is able to be out again. M rs Hugh Collette has returned af tir spending a month in Bults, La. M1rs. Olivier of Opelousas avenue Las been confined to her bed for the ;, 'st vw .ek. Mrs. Edw. Cross and little daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Cros~ of, Chalmette for the week-end. Misses Mayme and Alice Nelson vis ited friends in Algiers last week. Mrs. Numa Bergeron and sister, Miss Aycock, visited relatives here this aweek. Mrs. Susslin has returned after a wee-k's stay at Gulfport, Miss. Mrs. Evelyn Gisch Schaffer assisted i, the entertainment given for the benefit of the Methodist Church in M( )onoghville. Miss Mollie Kinkaid spent Saturday and Sunday in Baton Rouge, La. Miss Beulah Borne returned Sunday ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1913

Railroad Schedules. .~W OItLEANS. SOUTHERN AND GRANID ISLE RAILWAY CO. L ea ves Arrives Ai:ers Algiers 4 :up. m..Daily ex. Sat. & 8un..9:45. a. :oe.. m..Mlixed, daily x. Bun..7 :2p. m. S:3O p. m....Sat. & Bun. only...9:45a.m. SPORTSMJN'S 8PECIAL 5:00 p. m.....Saturday only ....11:15 p. m. 2:00 p. m..... Sunday only .... 9:0 p.m. SUNDAY EXCURSION 8:05 a.m. 7 :25 p. m. ELECTRIC CAR SERVICE Between Algers and Gretna. Leaves Gretns, (Jackson Ave. Ferry land nI) passing through McDouoghvile. to Ai lers, meets Canal St. Ferry..,asses Third District Ferry, Southern Pacfic Terminals and viaduct, croeslg over the Newton St. Viaduct, the Southern l'acfle It. I1. Tard, along the rear of the U. S. Naval Station. to the U. 8. Immigration Station. Returning over same route, meeting the N. O. and Western Railway cars and Jark sonAve. Ferry at Gretna. GRETNA TO IMMIGRATION STATION From Gretna, 8 minutes. 28 wirln'es and 48 minutes after the hour. Newton and Teche, 3 nln'es. 2.t c:r. utes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1913

JOHN P. VIuIEN. Pros. Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers Special Attentlon to Railroad Ord*er. Prompt Delvery. 814416 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 811. Bay. Coars. Sets Srea, Bardwa, S sarls., Ege. isas. Liqsers. John Kleinkemper, Groceries, Wines and Liquors, Wood, Coal. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran. Etc. ,MGa Demered fve d Char. Carser A"l sd Verret StrUets. THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Latest Sanitary Improvement. New Management Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents PLAIN EATHS 25 Conts Mosseur and Chiropodiet in Attendance Lediee' Day Every Day DR.J. L CASAUBIEILH, CHISOPODIS? CHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor 828 Conti Street - - - - - New Orleans Hmom Cleaning and Pressalng Club Phone Main 2812 -- - -- - -- ...--- --  z---- c VEAL Quality and Honest Weight PORK Theodore DUBRET BEE Foto Market GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENL I'IIONE ALGIERS 304-. J. Sprada's Cafe B EER, LIQUORS and Just at Ferry Landing DELICATESSEN , 1 Our Customers soon and that our l rudlr e work h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1913

THE HERALD 1 PU BLISEUD 3Y5V T TUWRUAD . Mntered at the Postoace at New Orleans as second-Class Mail Matter. TErMS OF SUBSCRLPTION. One Copy, One Month, in Advance... .10 One Copy, One Tear, in Advance.....$1.00 DR. C. V. KRAPT...Udltor and Proprietor Address all communalatlins to DB. C. V. KRABT, No. 600 Verret Street, New Or leans, La. Phone, Algiters 0. sit ME NEW ORLEANS. FEBRUARY 27, 1913 Th R'IE HERALD my be found at the fol lowing place: va low HiALD) (Algiers OBce), 500 Ver- ta ret Streett TME aHERA (City Opee), 828 Perdido Al Street. SCIOaDmOB BOOK STORE, Opeloosas se Avenue. s O03. 3. DATES. Slidell Avenrue. Subscribers faling to get THE HBRALD Ti regularly will plese notify the business anger, No. 500 Verret tretl.o Plm send communcations tfor pub lica tion as early uas possible, and not later thin Tuesdy slgbh, tr o All commanications. such as letters from A the people and news notes of balls, lawn ta' partes, dances and ronal mention will be Ierted in Tif l HERALD free ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1913

U ...., I ****e*#. s**e** *X *hI-#I*e**h*:*O*:***+++*** .._.p.____________ At The Play =Houses. ~:uiii o sos~ssoo99o999-99+9--**>-·**:+-*+*M*+*M*+~ UMM~C~L~LUMUMI~ *j+. ~ ·~:***M***M** .~~·l~- - M***+M* ***LL~~+~ILM~a *XM++:*+*M**·!*+* * *X*:·++:--+*>··: CRESCENT THEATRE. There are many kinds of hoodoos. but Billy B. Van says that he has found the best kind in his "A Lucky Hoo doo." in which he will appear with the Beaumont Sisters in his big company at the Crescent Theatre all next week, commencing Sunday night. "A Lucky I loodoo," it is declared, is not only the very latest word in hoodoos, but in musical comedy as well. It is said to te bubbling with new ideas and orig inal touches of humor. There is a captivating beauty chorus and a score of jingling musical numbers. "A Lucky Hoodoo' tells the story of a property man of a vaudeville theatre, Steve Gall, an original character by Mr. Van, who is discharged after a series of mishaps on the stage, and then gets a new job as of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1913

A DOUBLE * UNION By SADIE ALCOTT ft aI Miss c'or; I l'irall was a twentieth is sentury g:irl. iHer father and mother ha belonged to the nineteenth. When their ti daughter was born they expected that of she would grow up to sit round andI look pretty. waiting for a husband as she. the n ,mother, had done herself. But when Cora had received her edun:ltion A she disappolnted her parents by Ib sisting on following a career in journal ism. Much to their chagrin, she nccept- t ed a position on the editorial stiff ,of g an evening newspaper. IFromi thath time forward a1ll h,,e of her living o the life of a sedate imarritdI tii.an ari was abandoned. But not long after her Initi:tlit Into the newslap:Ier business her fathi'er made a loss thallt c(rippled himl. :cJ1. within another year Ie was tilatlanilly $i wrecked. I. wals t ,, old t,o It i: anewi. aind lthe fortunes of lithe f:iiil I appeared to ibe, despleraite. t',r:l Ste' lied to tIhe front and took the I iuaid. Selling ofT what remnin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1913

One Way Colonist Fares TO CaliforniA VIA SOUTHERN PACIFIC, March 15th, to April 15th, 1913 $37.,00 From New Orleans Two Through Trains Daily See Agent Southern Paolfl for full particulars. OVER e6 YEARS" EXPERIENCE CovaRn'sm AC. Anyone edingl a sketeh and dsnlptonb may aaletly aoeertaln our opanlon whethner an Inventon Ia probably moltm es ttlone rtetby eoll adealt m Patents S e n t t r e. O ld e s t ai r e be y f o r ie  t ,. Paeal *U talto tbrtmsa gullIn te - Scitatific Alerican. A handsomely flhtmestd wekly. Laesmt cl. culatlon of any sctnt omnL ron Terlms. $3 a ear: foeurmoskths. i6o. br l newa·daws. U es r ldes* ý New TO "THE KIND THAT GROW" Fifty years of Southern Seed sellting Is our record. Quality Seeds are the only sort to buy. Steckler Seeds are sure to grow and produce results. Steckler Qual. Ity Is famous. Planters, Truckers, and Florrists, wrlte to-day for our Illustrated Seed Catalog. Beet wrork of its kind ever Issued South. Turn Seed In all the leadlng varieties;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 27 February 1913

Algerines at Law. CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. Algiers Mfg. Co., Ltd. vs. A. H. MIoise. judgment for plaintiff, $225.78. 1 BUILDING PERMIT. I r, A. Smith, owner and builder, frame shed, galvanized iron roof. 138 .Mor gan, near Seguin; $25. REAL ESTT TE TRANSFERS. B. H. Kearns to Jno. Finley, lease of building No. 738 Brooklyn, between Slidell and Opelousas, for two years a at $30 per month.-Private. F,. wrlary "'A. 1913.. .tt It :NIl 1i "1!. II titTel it ilit T ill INT-I i.lTATnt1: I:1l.iFt' llu t M'ttiI ' ntI'PI - :Is . r1.ti' a. l t-1 . Ii 11; 'A. TA1i Ti rlI:t i' NITtd T'titft A, .-rlpOr\1ti o1 by , I O 1 ," I, n '1 1 I7I. \N1 . I 'I T Y H F \I.') W o) l t it:ANi ,. i '.Altlt it OF Itli.EANs. |He It known. that on this . twentieth i,)t ,of th- t''lrmonth of feruary in the vn;- lltr ," ulr I,ort l on- thou .ls nt oni hundred nll rlltl thlllrh ,'en :ati of lthe indep lndetnI e of 0l 0, 1 'illntt' I t eInl of An rriat 'r Ih ll e hui drie I a 'nd thirlty l. -'ntll h. itwfor' m e. .lArth r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 March 1913

THE H ERALD. Deveted toh UphUlldin of the best Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. VOL. XX. :NEW ORL.ANS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1913. No. 43. Special Announcement Being one of the oldest established dyeing and cleaning houses in New Orleans, and the fact that our works were lo cated in Algiers for many years, we need little introduction to the "big family" across the river. We want to give you the best there is in dyeing and clean ing and at the same time render you a service at the right price to warrant your patronage. Our representative will be in Algiers three days a week, and we thank our patrons in anticipation of the courtesies which may be extended to him. Remember, our prices are no higher than others for better work. . : PHONE MAIN 3897 I NEW YORK DYEING AND CLEANING CO. 329 St. Charles Street. CONFIDENCE IN THE DUGAN PLAN Its our biggest business suet. We have acquired it by constantly do ing right-Belling piano...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 March 1913

Railroad Schedules. Ar. -- ~ Ar.D W N ORL3A BS. SOUTrHERN AND GRAND Poln ISLE BAILWAY CO. Ar Arrives Ar Alie m. .DaLly e a. Bat. 8an..9 :4 a.L Ar. b0a. m.. Mixed daily es. Sun..7 :25 p. m. 6 Op.m....Sat. R Sun. only...9:45a.m. I.v. BPORTSMAN'S SPECIAL Ar. Lv. 6:00 p. m..... aturday only ....11:15 p. m. Ar. 2:00 p. m.....Sunday only .... 9:00 p. m. LOt SUNDAY EXCURSION 8.05 a.m. 7:26 pm. ELCTRIC CAR 8ERVICIE Between AlIerms and Gretna. " aves Oretna, (Jaboko Ave. Ferry al.d Nag) pasat through McDonoghvllle. to Al- 6:4( ers, meets Canal St. Ferry, pates Third District Ferrl, Southern P'aclfic Terminals and viaduct., e'r-nag over the Newton .t. Viadurt e Souten Pacfc. Nt. R T ards along the rar o te U.. Nav Ution. to the U. 8. Immigration Station. RteturntI over same rc te, meeting at the I. N. 0. and Western Railwa.y cars and Jackt- 12: pnAve. Ferry at Gretna. G3I7FNA TO IMMIGRATION STfATION. u it From Gretna. 8 minutes 283 minutes aad 48 minutes after the hour Newton and Teche. 3 mn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 March 1913

JOHN P. VEIEN, Pres. Carstens & Vezien Co., Ltd. Ship Chandlers and Grocers special Attention to Railroad Orders. Prompt Dlivwy. 314416 MORGAN STREET. PHONE, ALGIERS 311. lay., Cai.n 3rea. Kaised ,ueslrisg. tis. Wime, Lqnes John Kleinkemper, Groceries, Wines and Liquors, Wood, Coal. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Etc. ad D.e.no..rd FOm. d Cane C..r. As .. v... SU~ s . THE OLD FAMOUS BATH HOUSE Latest Snitary Improvemente Now Management Turkish, Russian and Sulphur Baths 50 Cents PLAIN BATHS 25 Cents Maaeser and Chirepedit in Attendance Ladle.' Day Every Day DR.J. . CASAUBIEILH., CHnOPODlST CHAS. HANTEL, Proprietor 828 Conti Street - - - - - - New Orleans t.em Cleaming and Presslng Club Pnea Maina 2812 VEAL Quality and Honest Weight PORK Theodore DUBRET lEEB Foto Market B E E F GROUND BONES FOR CHICKENS. PHONE ALGIERS 304-L J. Sprada's Cafe EER, LIQUORS and Just at Ferry Landing DELICATESSEN / it * it * It Sd * gI : Our Customers I * g soon and that our Laundry t S work has reached a deg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 March 1913

THIE HERALD 1 ,-B-0g D EV THRY THUROBS . iered at the Poetoe.' at New Orleans as second-Class Mall Matter. tBfuM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Copy, One Moath, In Advance... .10 One Copy, One Year, in Advane.....$ 1.00 1-- C. V. KE&i. . . E4tor and Proprietor Address all commuecatiton to DR. C. V. KNRAT, No. 600 Verret Street, New Or leans, La. Phone, Algiers 08. m NEW ORLEANS, LA., MARCH 6, 1913 all da NEf KALD may be found at the fol- n T B Ra iD (Algiers OSce), 500 Ver- **". THE *HERRALD (City Opee), 823 Perdldo to Street. SCtROmODrBB'S BOOK STORE, Opelousas in Avenue. m OEO. b. BATES Slidell Avenue. Subscriber Efalling to get THE " lHR.LD n regularly, will please notify the businces manager, No. 500 Verret street. lease Iand communicaton for pbllca- of tion uas early as possible, and not later than All communications. such as letters from the people andn news notes of halls, lawn II parties~ dances and personal mention will be inserted In THE IIIIRA free olf charge. signed by t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 March 1913

At The Play= Houses _____ .----- ------* JUVENILE BASEBALL. The Algiers Stars. Henry Page, c.; Edwin Stacy, p.; A\Iin Chico, 1 b.; Stanley McMahon, " I,.; William Hildebrand, 3 b.; Joseph (.end'Isa, s. s.; Charles Stacy, r. f., .lules Judlin, 1. f.; Joseph Carubba, c. f. The Algiers Stars will play any t-tam under fourteen years old. Elmira Stars vs. Pelicans. The Elmira Stars defeated the Pell cans by a score of 29 to 6. The feat ure of the game was the batting of Y. Lafarre, N. Parmatel, M. Baron, B. Glanvey and Bruce Barrett and the pitching and catching of Gerretts and Lafavre. The line-up is as follows: Y. Lafavre, c.; G. Gerretts, p.; B. Bar rett, I b.; S. N. Parmatel, 2 b.; M. L. Baron, 3 b.; B. Glancey, s. s.; N. Braem. r. f.; G. Wardrop, c. f.; R. Donner, I. f. Senior Talbot of the Pelicans struck out .seven times, as many times up. The Young Eagles. The Young Eagles won their third game Sunday by a score of 14 to 2. The line-up of the Young Eagles: M. Marcour, p.; C. Watti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 March 1913

AN EGYPTIAN RECIPE By M. QUAD Copyright. 1912. by Associated Lit erary Press. If Farmer John Stone hadn't been a I Widower, if he hadn't been a bald- *f headed, whiskerless man, if be hadn't Of been in love with the Widow Davis. w. things might have been difflerent c 1 When be told her that he loved her he- i ng reply was: i "John. yob are a good man, but"- a1 "But what is it, Mary?" in "You are baldheaded and have I whiskers." "But I love you." "That can't make IupI for it I repl,,",: t that you are a goiod t:n, but when. I a think that I would have to hit hIrt. to evening after evetlli.g itl sta.re ait your shiny poll it Is to mtucl'h " tO I"1-1 tlhutlt if a ln:ii loved'" "But there are the. whiskers or ' ,r1 lack of thetn No man c'air look di~tt fled without 'tem. You,r chara'cter I. 1.s that It wionanl 'couild ak ioo. lut wh'11'. ins the halt r? Wihe're the whiskt'r;: Jolhnl 51 lE, t Iurnedil away in cha: 'rit of and despair. and there was noI sh"t Pr for him for the next tir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 March 1913

One Way Colonist Fares TO. CaliforniA VIA SOUTHERN PACIFIC, March 15th, to April 15th, 1913 $37,00 From New Orleans Two Through Trains Daily See Agent Southern Paolfti for full partleules. OVER sv YEARS' EXPERIENCE Antra rme s au abteet.ada I r .atOa gatedat*at U o or an i r aotc. wmttub s aINU & CO ""' rl~NWLd Model Steam Dye Works, Corner Verret and Evelina Streets. Phone Algiers 162. MARTIN KONING, Proprietor. Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing and Repairing of Ladies' and Gents' Garments at reasonable prices. Glove Cleaning and Dyeing our spe celty. Satisfaction guaranteed. All work called for and delivered. Suits Pressed while you wait. STABLISHED 18I John C. Meyer & Son JEWELERS WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE 1233 Decatur Street, Near U. S. Mint, New Orlesas, Leuslmans 60400104gg gg gg gg gil0 lli --- ALWAYS A GOOD COLD GLASS OF BEER Union Saloon Fie Wines, Uqukrs, Cigars sad 201 MORGAN STREET Tebecce. Cousumers Beer. Je. Talloee, * Proprieter WORLD BOTT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 6 March 1913

Algerines at Law. ~A1~erine • - ra - --  -a-, -i ] - i .. . -U i -- -  CIVIL DISTRICT COURT. M Don Succession of Mrs. Mary J. Glasser, grot judgment favor of John N. Glasser, on sending him in possesion. $9., The National Brewing Company vs. Stephen DiBartolo, $24.50 merchandise. (et BUILDING PERMITS. Hot Joseph Hourcade, owner and build er, alterations and repairs, Farragut,. i" near Lamarque, $100. Miss C. Anseman, owner and build er, additions and repairs 21:: Ielarondr near Seguin, $400. I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. lot Mrs. E. S. Whitaker to J.no. Fin'., , lease of premises No. 406 Vallette, i, . tween Alix and Eliza. for two c' s at $25 per month.--Private. Firemen's a uilding A.sso, iat:; . liquidation) to Frank it. Moor.. I,. Opelousas., Verret, Slidull ,,d Vall,"tte, $I56.r;0 cash.--Zengel. Peter S Lawton (bankrupti to li-I tel-rtate Trust & Hanki '.ll o.. portion; i li Hendere, lamarque, l ), \ :nas .!1 SSum- .1i nor. $u"-, cash --MOlahoney. t 1r~. .tc, L. . agncr to J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 March 1913

THE HERALD. Devted to the Upumllding o the U ln t Side of the River. A very live and creditable weekly nwmpaper."-MANUFACTURERS' RECORD. ., ,V NTI FW lPIA1 ANS. LOUISIANA. THURSDAY. MARCH 13, 1913. No. . Special Announcement Being one of the oldest established dyeing and cleaning houses in New Orleans, and the fact that our works were lo cated in Algiers for many years, we need little introduction to the "big family" across the river. We want to give you the best there is in dyeing and clean ing and at the same time render you a service at the right price to warrant your patronage. Our representative will be in Algiers three days a week, and we thank our patrons in anticipation of the courtesies which may be extended to him. Remember, our prices are no higher than others for better work. PHONE MAIN 3897 I NEW YORK DYEING AND CLEANING CO. I 329 St. Charles Street. CABLE PIANOS are designed to provide a wide range of instruments and of fered at the lowest price for which a good instru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 13 March 1913

Railroad Schedules. LEW OILt.!:ANS. SOLTIIEIRN AND GRAND 'olt Lv. IS.:E LAILWAY CO. Arrive A 1., Algiers Lv. S.t,u p. m.. Dally ex. Sat. & Sun..9:45 a. m. Ar. .u. m..Mlied, daily ex. Sun..7 :'25 p. M. .JIp. m... Sat. & Sun. only...9:45 am. I.v. SSPIORTS&AN'S SPECIAL Ar. Lv. S:00 p. m.....Saturday only ....11:15 p. m Ar. 2 :0 p. .....Sunday only .... 9:00 p. m. SUNDAY EXCURSION I 8:05 a. m. 7:25 p. m. ELECTRIC CAR SERVICE (ti Between Algiers and Gretna. Leaves Gretna, (Jackson Ave. Ferry .La i Rg) passing througil MG eAognhvlle, to Al- 6 4. er, merets lnal 8t FerrS,. pases ThIrd mlitrlct Ferry, Southern Pacifc Termna!r and viaduct, crosing over the Newtnl 3t. Vkiaduct, the Southern I'aclte It. H. .ard.I. along the rear of the U. . Naval Station." GRImTNA TO IMI GRATIONF, 28 mnTs an 48 mlnutIe after the hour. Newtun and Tecne. t niotls. 3. mnt I utes and 4 minutes after the hour. mn , . 'anaI Street Ferry, 10 mnlnut.'+, 30 wnla-7" 1e and Wo0 ntilnrtes aftI.r the liur. Car...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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