by Nikita Weymann on November 6th, 2017


WANTED: GHOST HUNTERS for the 1917 Spectral Activity Survey of New Toulouse Parish. Rewards offered. Survey begins November 7. Beacon Spiritualist Institute, 23 Nightingale St., New Toulouse.

OLD GOLD AND SILVER wanted. Highest cash prices paid. Money loaned on diamonds, watches, pistols, shot guns, musical instruments and all kinds of personal property. AMERICAN LOAN OFFICE, No. 5 Pirate Alley, I. INAKA, Prop. Tel. NT-780.


LAND FOR SALE. See our list of properties on page 7.

STEREOTYPE matrices make the best and cheapest lining for poultry houses. They are 17×23 inches, stronger and more durable than tarred felt, and practically fireproof. L$1 a hundred at the Tattler office.


PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK—I wish to inform the public in general and my friends in particular that I am devoting my time to Photographic Work and will be pleased to take pictures of individuals and buildings, any where in the parish. Orders can be left at 23 Nightingale Street where samples of my work can be seen, albeit of a more unusual nature (i.e., spirit photography). A. FUSILIER.


ALL PERSONS having bills against the parish are hereby respectfully requested to present same to the Police Jury on Wednesday preceding the regular monthly meeting, otherwise these bills will not be paid until the following meeting of the Police Jury. H. Bodin, Secretary.

UNCLAIMED LETTERS remaining at Station A, New Toulouse, La., Post Office, Monday, November 6: MEN—G. Adam, August Bernard, Master Edward Butler, S. J. Johnson, Gonzales Lae, Jose Lampry, T. Morris, C. M. McCauley, John O’Connor, Lucius Coleman, Master John George, Jr. WOMEN—Mrs. Lizzie Buras, Miss Iceola Castle, Mrs. Gracy Charles, Mrs. Cornelia B. Fredericks (2), Mrs. Eveline Jackson, Miss Alice Ordogne, Mrs. Rosana Pier, Mrs. P. Riskie, Mrs. Philomena Roman, Mme. Marie Moliere. (Signed) CHARLES JANVIER, Postmaster. JOSEPH W. DANIELS, Superintendent Station A.


NOTICE—First class dressmaking, tailoring and remodeling. Party dresses a specialty. Mesdames Wood and Mouse, NT-855.

YOUR CROP IN STORAGE is like money in the bank. We’re loaning at 3% using your harvested crop as collateral. Planter’s Bank of New Toulouse.

WHEN DEMOCRACY GOES TO WAR democracy fights that war and pays for it. That’s what the Liberty bonds are for. Will you buy your bond today?

Classified ads are posted every Monday and are L$1 per word; fee waived for sufficiently amusing advertisements. Contact NT-668 to place an ad.

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